Jackson County Floridan


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Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Marianna Fla
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United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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University of Florida
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Traffic stop leads to discovery of marijuana

STAFF REPORT Police Department, 28-year- reason for the stop, the of- towing purposes," according to the release.
old Eugene Jermairie Travis ficer suspected on niakidng to the release. The officers Travis was then additionFailure to dim lis head- was pulled over around 3:50 contact that Travis was un- reported that they found ally charged. with posseslights for oricoming traffic a.m. that morning onU.S.90 der the influence of al(ohol a yellow plastic bag con- sion of more, than 20 grams led to the arrest of a Quin- after he.crossed paths with a and began an investigation, tamining "a large amount of of cannabis, possession of cy man on drug charges police car and failed to dim the release stated. marijuana which was pack- drug paraphernalia and
in Marianna. early Sunday his high-beam lights., Travis was charged with .aged for individual sale." possession of a controlled
morning. When the officer who driving urder the influence They also found parapher- substance with intent to
According to a press re- pulled Travis over ap- of alcohol and officers then nalia associated with the sell within 1,000 feet of a lease from' the Marianna proached him to explain the inventoried the vehicle. for, sale 6f narcotics, according physical place of worship. Travis

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A Jackson County Road Department grader works on Penny Road
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HOTOS Y MARKSKINNER/FLORIDA Florida Gov. Rick Scott talks withKaren Fader during a Sunday social event at the Circle Gi ii raceville, which was organized by Jackson Cou C lb Chairman Clint Pate.,g
Three l4,w1 epubc1an legislators jon him there a rI bOiV
..,,.o,.air deluge w.
A stormy weekend didn't stop
Gov. Rick Scott and a handful of legislators from making
their scheduled appearance at af
largely Republican gathering in
Graceville on Sunday. BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
Scott and the lawmakers -dbuckhalter@jcfloridai.com L
were surrounded, by. a' large DUE TO RISING WATER
and enthusiastic group of fel- Jackson County Road The Jackson County
low Republicans and others and Bridge Superinten- launch at Spring Creek
who braved the weather to- dentAl Green was feeling Park was closed early Sunattend the invitation-only event. fortunate and grateful day and will remain closed
Scott, House Speaker Pro Temn. for the cloudless, sunny .until the Chipola River crests
Marti Coley, Florida Senate Pres- shak hands with Mary Ann Fountain Monday that dawn after and begins to subside to
1dont Don Gaetz and h Florida Senate President Don Gaetz shakes hands with Mary Ann Fountain l' s nights
int Don Gaetz andhis legisla- as he arrives at Signature Healthcare of North Florida Sunday. He toured several days and nightAs 13 feet. to son, Matt Gaetz all partici- the facility with his son and fellow legislator, Matt Gaetz, before attending a of frequent rain. It850-plus mile As of early Monday, the pated in the session, described social event featuring Gov. Rick Scott at the Circle Grill. that his 850-plus river was at 6.80 feet and
as a "meet-and-greet in honor of dirt roads had a gooda
of dirt expected had pea goot
of Gov. Scott" by Jackson County Most of the visit was styled as pictures taken by admirers. chance to dry out. With i16.70 ft. in the nextay or so.
Republican Club Chairman Clint a social hour,.with Scott and the Scott, Coley arid both of Ae skies still clear. early Caution is urged for those
Pate, who had arranged for that legislators mingling, with the Gaetz men spoke briefly to the that afternoon, his relief who live along th~ river as
late-afternoon meeting at the crowd, chatting individually or continued to grow. norewater may enter it
Circle Grill. in small groups, and having their See VISIT, Page 6A Even with reports of from upstream .
as much as 12 inches of The river is flowing into
rain in some spots, and the creek, backing into it
10 and eight inches in and creating a situation that

Jackson Blue: A cool spite roadways closednduring ''teniy i an oer:he
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deluge, which began late 'in an idled current
storieson local natural springs. Over the nxtWednesday and didn't re The river is expected to
few weeks, the Dothan Eagle Will visit other ally let up until Sunday crest around Thursday
public parks and private swimming areas evening. His crews spent afternoon and then eventusurrounding these cool refreshing pools their sunny Monday put- aly begin to subside. County
of water in the Wiregrass. ting that one a section officials anticipate that the
BE SEof Penny Road back in launch will be openedby the
BY PEGGY USSERY order as best they could weekend. As the river reaches
JACKSON BLUE SPRINGS- for the moment. They I13,5 feet, the creek stops
Trevor Jordan and Blais Willis took added some rock to thek flowing, accordingtoJackson
turns'doing their best cannon balls washed outareas, andwill I County Parks and Recreation
off the diving platform. cover that with additional : Director Chuck Hatcher.
The 11-year-olds seemed im- dirt surface after the road -The rivers now considered
mune to the 68-degree water tem- dries out enough. A to be in "action stage,"a timne
perature as they splashed in the Although the road de- when precautions are to be
clear deep water near the mouth of partment had put out taken in advance of potential,
a natural spring known as Jackson an advisory to use ex- flood stage of19 feet. The
Blue Springs. treme caution on Dan- Chipola is not expected
"One day, I want to be able to ford Road, it and all oth- to reach that level, but is
dive in there," Blais said-of the JAY HARE/DOTHAN EAGLE ers except the section of moving swiftly and should be
The crystal clear and cool water at Jackson'Blue Springs in Marianna provides monitored carefully.
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HighL 920 High 90 IPITATI N
Low -72 Low -72 0.22" Year to date 39.82
Month to date 8.48" Normal YTD 31,91
We esday Thday Normal MTD 1.76" -Normal for year 59.26"
Isolated PM Storms. Scattered Showers & Storms.
Panama City Low 8:38 PM High 10:09 AM
Apalachicola Low 11:23 AM High 6:51 AM 0-2 Low, 3-5Moderate, 6-7 Hih, 8-.10 Very Highl 1i+ Extreme
Port St. Joe Low 8:43 PM High 10:42 AM
SHigh-890. H h -880 Destin Low- 9:54PM High 11:15AM0 1
L i -7h Pnsacola Low 10:28 PMi High 11:48 AM
Low' 71 Low 710
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage Sunrise 5:45 AM
Friday Saturday Woodruff 55.84 ft. 66.0 ft. Smse :4 M
Fridy Situdy Blountstown 17.3 ft. 15.0 ft. MoSunset 7:01 AM Aug July June June
Woodrurs & Storms 66. Mo.oSise 7:01 AM. Augne .Jn
Showers & Storms Showers& Storms Marianna 16.66 ft. 19.0 ft. Monset 8:35 PM 6 16 23 30
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d A TESDAY, JULY9 9-WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. Parks and Recreationand Main StreetMarianna
-Pbrh Jackson County Growers Association/ "))Diginto Reading" with the Jackson County Alcoholics Anonymous Coed d S4iscussion,
Publisfier -Valeria Roberts Marianna City Farmer's Market -7 a:.m.-noon at Public Library's Summer Reading Program 8-9,p.m.,FirstUnited MethodistChurch; 2901 Calevroberts@jcfloridan.cm pl .Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits Gracev'ille Civic.Center. Preschool age from 10-11 donia St., Marianna, in the AA roomnAttendance
irc Mnage Dena b :."and vegetables grown.by local farmers., im and school age 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. For . mt6d to persons with a desire to stop drifiking;
relatnManager-Dena Obeski spring/Summer Clothing Sae am- reservations, call482-9631. papers will not be signed.
behi@jefloridan.com ping/ummer Clothing Sale .-p.n
atSt. Anne Thrift Store,St. Anne Catholic Church in Alcohdics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon- FRIDAY JULY 1
CONTACT US, Marianna. Call 482-3734. 1p.m. intheAA room of First United Methodist
O one: 850U 526-361 ))Dig Into Reading" with the Jackson C Church, 2901Caledonia St.in Marianna. ) Knitters Nook -10 a.m. atthe Jackson County
SPublic Library's Summer ReadinProra Basic Computer Class Part' -Noon-3 p.m. at Public Librar, Marianna Branch. New and experiS 0 .4824478 V Sneads First Baptist Church. Preschool age from the Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 Highwa
Email editoridi@ ifloridan corn 10-11a.m. antischooiage 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. For 90, Mariarna Free class teaches basic compone t HotDb Fundrailser/School Supplies Drive ,10:11 ~ illa.m.,and!school, age 11:15 a.m.-:1 parm;n Fror clas eahe
Mailing Address: reservations, call 482-9631. and use of a computer. Call 526-0139. l1 a.mn-130 pm. at Madison Street Park, downtown
Marianna. TWo hot dogs, chips and dessert fora $5
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL32447 Republican Club of West Florida Meeting "Dig intoReading" with theMo C t datioa Proceeds help buy schoo supplies for chil
FL32~4g th J a Cony donation,. Proceeds help buy school supplies for chil-'
StreetAddress:- Noon atJirn's Buffet & Grill inMarianna. Guest PubilcLibrary's SummnerReading Perogram .D
4403 Constitution Lane s peaker wil be State Representative for District 4, Campbellton atThe Gallery. Preschool age from 2-3 idesi the dopedncy yutemrDnate SPrhosudMariapa FL32446 Mi~atf Gaetz.i Itis not necessaryto be a club member p.m. and school age 3:15-4:15 p.m. For reserVations plies canbe droppedoff during the evint. Presented
OfflqcHolurs: ..or aRepublican to attend, all are welcome.:Call 352- call 482-9681. by lit atn Cueatvg -l 2-9 m.nhe
Weasamt5p.4984:.. .' :-.:. Better BClub Metg -23pm.inthe
SWeekdy 8.mto p.m THURSDAY, JULY 11 Hudnall Building Community Room, Jackson Hospital.
Optimist Club of Jackson County Board Campus4230 Hospital Drive in Marianna.Karmen
MISS YOUR PAPER? Meeting Noon at 4476 Broad St. Marianna. a) Jackson County Growers Association/Mart Sellers, SN of Jackson Hospital Emergency Serlt Orientation Noon-3 p.m.at Goodwill Career a City Farmer's Market- a.m.-noonat es No n oior Emergency Room
You should receive yourhewspaper no later TraiingCenter, 4742 Highway 90, Mariana. Learn dison St,Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits Brvices wgfriend 'or caregiver.No Cost to attend light. thah6a.m. fit'does not arrivecall cirula, about and register-for free services. Call 526-0139. and vegetables grown by local farmers. refreshments will be served. Call718-2849.
abou an reg.Cll refreshments Will be served. Call*718-2849.
tion between 6 a.m. and nroonTuesdayt a Sewing Circle.--' p.m. at Jackson County Senior Distribution of Jackson County.Farmes a Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
Friday, ind 7 a.m. to 11 am. on Sunday. The Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call Market Coupons- 9-10 a.m. at MaloneCiy Hall, Cent 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult, Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) 482-5028. .Sneads City Hall and Graceville Senior Citizens. teenmeetings t"vercme hurts, haits and
is p eblished ,.e"daythi"ugasFridaurdnd'"o tuttesJacylon2County7Individuals applying must be atfleast 60 years of teenmeingst6 'vercme hur, abis a
is published Tuesday through Friday and "Dig into Reading" with the Jackson Countyanduarppidespyoof of hang-ups." Dinner:-6 p.m. Child care available. Call
Sunday mornings. Peridical.postagepaid Public Library's Summer Reading Program income, Social SeCurity card and Florida pictureID. 2097856,573-1131. at Marianna, FL .. GrandoRidge City Hall. Preschool age from 2-3 p.m. Call 263-4650 or 263-2774.. Aloholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
and school age 3:15-4:15 p.m. For reservations, call p m. inthe AA room of First United Methodist
314-3Spring/SummerlClothing.Saler-99aCmoiS.pMm.np.m.sinlthe-AAmroomeofnFirst UnitedfMethodist 482-9631. Church,2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
SUBSCRIPTION EmloyablityWorkshop"EffectiveNetwork- atSt. Anne Thrift Store, St.Anne Catholic Church in .
StilS~itI 01IMIS; i Employability Workso "'Effectivei Network- Mran.Cl 8-74
RATES i ,Mrina Call 482-3734.
Homedel :$23 per onth 3283 ing"- 2:30 p.m. at theMarianna.One Stop Creer SATURDAY, JULY13
o Iv $. I 'Center, 4636 Highway 90 in Marianna. Visit ChipolaCivic Club Meeting Noon at The s u r Association/Mari
for three.oitso $2:05for lsi months; .EmployFlorida.com to register or call 718,0326. Oaks RestaurantHighway 90 in Marianna. The an ci Facrmner' rkt 7 a.m.iatinon aton h $123fri ns E -. CCC's focus isthe local community "Community, aat re ak-7 "and $12345for rie year.prices include Dr. Magical Balloons 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Cf i ;'h .te' al r2 C mui Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits
applicable stateand local'taxs. Mail Marianna Branchof the Jackson CountyPuiblic Li- i -' and vegetables grown by local farmers.
subscriptions must bepaid in advance. Mail brary, 2929 Green St Dr. Magical Balloohs Dewayne Job Cub Noon-3 p.m. at the Goowill Career.. ~ sgee Creek Tribe History Seminar 9:30 Traii n Cehte 4 42 Hih a 96, M arianna. Lti n'. S? : ~ ~ ~ e k lt r~ i :r '
subscriptions 'are: $46.12forthree months; Reynoildswillpresentfintastically phantas*mogori- Training er, 474 Highway 90, Marianna. Larn a.m.2 p.at the Blue Lake Community enler, $9.24i six months and $18447 for one al balloon creations and super silly stories. Call jobseeking/retention skills get job search 1865 Highway 77 in Chipley. Cost is $20 per person. year. .. 482-9631: assistance.Call 526-0139. Hh 7 Cl 2 -3
year. Call 229-762319
ya. American Legion Post 100 Dinner and Meeting ))mployability Workshop' "Mock Interview- Aford Community Health Clinic Hours 10
ADVE[RTISING 15p.m.at thie American Legion Hall, Postl 100, High- ing" 230 p.n. at'the Marianna One StCareer a la p nt eat Cin S.
way 90 West in Marianna (next to the Ag Center and Center, 4636 Highway90 in Marianna. Visit a.m..until last patients seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in The advertiser Agrees that the publisher Nayol 90 r We to register or call 718-0326. Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients
The adertisegrees that the publisher National Guard Armory):Veterans are invited. Bring EmployFlorida.comto register or call 7180326. wifhout-medical insurance treatshort-term shall not be liable for damages arisig a side dish or dessert; meat will be furnished by the ) Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments out of errors andadvertisements beyond. Legion. Guest speaker will be Jerry D6rchuck, relatig 5:30 p.m. at Jlackson Hospital Cafeteria Board availablee (call 263-7106Ior209-5501); walk-ins the'amountpaid for the spaceactually the'shortsaga ofSgt. Stubby'in WW1. Call 482-3744. Room. Free to attend. Curriculum developed by ex- welcome. Sign inl before noon. occupied by that portion of the advertise- D Autism Support Group Meeting 6-7:30 p.m. smokers for those who want to become ex-smokers a Miss Pink Heals Beauty Pageant 4 p.m. at ments in which the error occurredwhether in the First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, themselves..Call 482-6500. Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble HillRoad,
such error isdue'to the riegligenceof the Marianna (Clinton Street entrance). Family mem- )) Town of Grand Ridge Regular Monthly Council Marianna. Doors open at 3:30 p.m., admission fee publishers employees'or hbers, caregivers and service providers Welcome Meeting 6 p.m. at the Grand Ridge Town Hall. is $5per person. Divisions include: Baby Miss, Tiny
herse lyoro se Cal 557-7146573-4666 or 272-6099. The public isinvited to attend. Call 592-4621. Miss, Little Miss, Junior Miss, Teen Miss ahd Miss.
there shall bertisbilit bfOr nor-rser- th Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 n 6th Annual Summer Concert Series featuring. Proceeds will benefit women and children in the tion of any advertisement beyond the p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Twenty on Red"-7-9p.m. at Citizens Lodge in Marl- Jackson County area who are battling cancer. Call amount paid for such advertisement.This Church; 2901 Caledonia St. inMarianna. anna.This free event is presented b~Jackson County 209-3068 or 693-0953. newspaper will not knowingly accept or '
newsh ill matknialy a 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,.
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- n 'ail editorial@jcfloridabi.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Cohstitution Lane in Marianna.
ing which expresses preference based on
legally protected 'ersonal characteristics is
not acceptable. Police Roundup

HOWTO GETYOUR Marianna Police Department area, 65 traf stops, twoilarcen corn- Cottondale, violation of county probation.
NEWS PUBLISHED plaints, four civil disputes, three trespass n Amanda Taylor, 31, 1251 Justice Road,
The JacksonfCounty Eloridan will publish The Mariaima Police Departnent listed complaints, one follow-up investigation, one Cotondale, retail theft.
'news of general interest free'of charge. the following incidents for July 7, the latest )garbage complaint, one ju- Faith Bell, 20, 15615 SE County Road 69,
Submit your news'dr Community Calendar available report: One suspicious vehicle, venile complaint, one noise Blountstown, retail theft.
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. one highway obstruction, one report of disturbance, three animal w Zachary Henderson, 26,2661 Rowell
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, physical illness, one report of mental illness, complaints, twb assists of Road, Cottondale, sale of marijuana.
anniversary and birth announcements. one burglary, one fire with police response, other agencies, three public n Linda Harrson, 48, 4699 Smokey Road,
Forms are available at the Floridan offices, four burglar alarms, seven traffic stops, service calls, one welfare Graceville, aggravated battery-two counts.
PIotographs must be of good quality and one criminal mischief complaint, one dVil, Check, one Baker Act transport and one B Debra Williams, 40, 4379 Loblolly Road,
suitable for print.The Floridan reserves the dispute and two public service calls. threat/harassment complaint. arianna, expired driver's license.
public p'~Lna Beck, 62, 6951 Providence Church
right to edit all submissions. Jackson County Jackson County Road, Grand Ridge, trespassing after
GETTING IT RIGHT Sheriff's Office Correctional Facility wan Bryan, 19,2601Freeman Road,
The ;Jackson County Floridan's policy
is to correct mistakes promptly. To The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and The following persons were booked into. Aford, failure to register motor vehicle.
report an error, please call 526-3614 county fire/rescue reported the following in- the county jail during the latest reporting H reon Blount, 20, 12 Dogw od Circle,.
Monday-Friday. cidents for July 7, the latest available report: periods: Hortense, Ga., driving while icense susOne accident, three abandoned vehicle B Joe Carnley, 26, 4355 Kelson Ave., pended or revoked.
reports, one reckless driver, five suspicious Marianna, retail theft. B Eugene Tavis, 28, 1121 Laura St., Quincy,
vehicles, two suspicious incidents, one )) Otto Jones, 36, 3109 Tanner Road, Mari- possession of a controlled substance within
suspicious person, one highway obstruction, anna, driving while license suspended or intent to distribute, possession of man* one report of mental illness, two burglar- revoked. juana-over 20 grams, possession of drug
ies, one physical disturbance, one verbal Jeffery Hlxson, 22, 1973 Dove Rest Drive, paraphernalia, driving under the influence.
disturbance, one pedestrian complaint, two Marianna, violation of state probation. fire complaints, 18 medical calls, two traffic n Valen Joseph, 25,. 4604 28th St., Lehigh Jail Population: 225
crasheshone with entrapment, five burglar Acres, driving while license suspended or To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
alarms, one report of a firearm discharged, revoked. local law enforcement agency. To report a wildlife violation,
J C FL RI DAN.C M two fire alarms, two reports of shooting in B Vanessa Grimes, 35, 3187 Willow St., call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).

JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com LOC & STATE"'-.. TUESDAY, JULY 9,2013 3A


Possum Fun

Day is uge'3

,Special to the Floridan Trot-5K run-walk
)) 7 a.m. 44th annual
The Wausau Volunteer Possum Trot-5K fun-walk
Fire Department will be ) 9 a.m. Invocation
Fun Day and Possum Fes- ) 9:30 a.m. Billy liptivalwith events scheduled ford will perform country
to begin Saturday, July 27. music
Several events are planned )) 10 a.m. 44th annual
for this year's festival. Fun Day Parade
)) Saturday, July 27. ) 10:30 a.m. -The SheiV Beauty Pageant Gates la Smith Trio will perform
,, > > open at 5 p.m. with an ad- gospel music
..~',mission fee of $3. Pageant U a.m. -Corn pone
entry age is 18 years and baking contest
under. Hamburgers, hot } 11:20 a.m. High
SUBMITTED PHOTO dogs, chips, nachos and Cotton Bluegrass will
Phillip Byrd recently returned home from a tour of duty with the U.S. Army to Afghanistan and was greeted by his wife April, son cheese, pickles and drinks perform Tyke and daughter Taylin. will be available for pur- ) Noon Flag raising
chase. Bring lawn chairs. and National Anthem
B Friday, Aug. 2: King and )) 12:10 p.m.- Big PosB y d Queen Contest Gates sum auction and quilt
open at 6 p.m. with an auction
SpecialtotheFloridan Company 3-69AR 3rd I. The home- Remember these lucky soldiers admission fee of $3. En- ) 12:45 p.m. Special coming ceremony at Fort Stewart who are reunited with their fami- try age is 16 years, and up speakers Phillip Byrd returned home from consisted of approximately 300 sol- lies, fis this may be one of the hap- and no entry fee to sign )) 1:15 p.m. High Cothis second tour to Afghanistan on diers returning home from Afghani- piest moments in their lives yet the up. First prize will be $75, ton Bluegrass performs Sunday, June 30, to Fort Stewart, Ga. stan to their families, adjustment period for these fami- second prize of $50 and and the greasy pole climb Byrd is, a graduate of the Marianna The ceremony was full of many lies can be very difficult. Remem- third prize of $25. Bring } 2 p.m. Hog callin, High School Class of 2006. faces, many smiles and many tears. ber the hundreds of other soldiers lawn chairs. rooster crowning and cow
In August 2007, after marring his Some soldiers were coming home who have left their families behind )) Saturday, Aug. 3: Fun lowing contests high school sweetheart, the former to meet their son or daughter for and are still serving for this coun- Day and Dance Activi- )) 3 p.m. Billy Lipford April Charles, Byrd enlisted in the the very first time. One soldier was try. Remember the families whose ties throughout the day performs and sack races U.S. Army. He left for his second even lucky enough to make it home soldiers were lost while serving, will include food and craft ) 3:45 p.m. The Sheila tour to Afghanistan on Nov. 7. After just minutes after his pregnant wife These soldiers, along with their vendors, a dunking booth Smith Trio and cross cut eight long months, he was reunited experienced her first contraction, families, are making the ultimate and water slides, inflata- saw contest with his wife, 2-year-old son Tyke The Byrd family appreciates the sacrifices every moment of every bles, music groups, vari- )) 7-10 p.m. Dance feaChance Byrd and 10-month-old love, thoughts and prayers shown day. ous contests and much turing Straight Shooters,
daughter Taylin Jaci Byrd. by Jackson County residents to For the Byrd family, this tour is over more. The schedule for '$5 admission fee
Byrd was part of the Alpha their family and other soldiers. and their soldier is finally home. the Fun Day is: For more information
__ 6 a.m. Pancake about this year's Possum
breakfast Fun Day and Festival
COW TS PRESENTED MEMBERSHIP 6:15 a.m. Regis- events visit www.wausauCox I I JL ED MEMBERSHIP tration for the Possum possumfestival.com.

S ons of Confederate Veterans Calhoun County
Camp 2212 and Order of Confederate Rose Chap- hotel hootng
ter 23 presented southern writer and historian
Dale Cox the prestigious Membership Certificate and The Associated Press maroon Dodge Charger.
Authorities spotted the
Pin into the Bonnie Blue Society. This is sponsored by PANAMA CITY A vehicle on Interstate 10
the Sons of ConfederateVeterans for persons who have man suspected of killing and, during a traffic stop,
perpetuated the memory of the confederate soldier in his wife and another man police said, Glenn Briggs
literary form. The Battle of Marianna, written by author at the Courtyard Marriott began shooting at law enin Panama City was killed forcement officers, who
and southern historical research writer Dale Cox is now during a shootout with returned fire
part of the Major General William D. McCain Library at law enforcement several
the Sons of Confederate Veterans International Head- hours later on Interstate
quarters. Membership in the Bonnie Blue Society was 10 near Tallahassee. Philip
organized to encourage persons to research and publish took place about 1045
results in books and articles on the Confederacy. p m. Sunday outside the
hotel in Panama City. The
suspect, Glenn Llewellyn
Briggs, 51, was pulled over
Jackson Coxmty about 2 a.m. Monday.
Vildtha Marcel Briggs,
4,.and Johnny Floyd
Free hunter safety Internet-completion course 44,and JohnnyeFlot
Graham, 57, were shot
multiple times in what IN STORE:
Special to the Floridan and bring a copy of the final re- (unsupervised). The FWC course appeared to be a targeted Ring Sizing, Watch port from the online portion of the satisfies hunter-safety training re- shooting, according to Repair, Custom Design, The Florida Fish and Wildlife Con- course. The final report form does quirements for all other states and 'Panama City police. Gra- Pearl Re-stringing, servation Commission is offering a not have to be notarized. An adult Canadian provinces. ham died at the scene and Restoration
free hunter safety Internet-comple- must accompany children under 'People interested in attending this Vikitha Briggs died a short Free Jewelry Cleaning tion course in Jackson County. The the age of 16 at all times. Students course can register online and ob- time later at the hospital. Layaway course will be at the Chipola College should bring a pencil and paper with tain information about future hunter The News Herald of Pan- Est. 1971 Firing Range, 3052 Calhoun Road, them to take notes. safety classes at MyFWC.com/H-unt- amaCityreportswitnesses r
Marianna. Instruction is from 8a.m.- Anyone born on or after June erSafety or by calling Hunter Safety called police after hearing at o
3 p.m. Saturday, July 27. 1, 1975, must pass an approved Coordinator George Warthen at the shots ring out. Officers reStudents must complete the In- hunter safety course and have FWC's regional office in Panama City ported that Glenn Briggs om
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State Briefs Singer Randy Travis in critical condition
Woman survives S a d
three-story fall The Associated Press condition caused by a virus, and given a 180-day suspended
The illness is a continuation of jail sentence. He was required to
are investigating after a NASHVILLE, Tenn. Coun- a tough run for the 54-year-old spend at least 30 days at an alcowoman fell three stories try music star Randy Travis was "Three Wooden Crosses" singer hol treatment facility and comfroma walkway connecting in critical condition Monday after a handful of recent high- plete 100 hours of community a parking garage to a buld- in a Texas hospital, a day after profile appearances, including a service.
ing in downtown Orlando. he was hospitalized with viral performance during the Coun- The Mayo Clinic website deTelevision station cardiomyopathy try Music Association Festival's scribes cardiomyopathy as a disWESH reports the woman A news release from the singer's nightly concert series. ease that weakens and enlarges
landed on a car when she publicist says Travis was admitted Travis pleaded guilty to driving the heart muscle, making it hardfell on Sunday morning, to the hospital Sunday in Dallas while intoxicated in January fol- er for the heart to pump blood aaken and is in critical'condition. Kirt lowing his arrest last year when and carry it to the rest of the body.
Police say'she was ta Webster, Travis' publicist, said no he was found naked after crash- It can lead to heart failure. Treat- THEASS0CIATEDPRESSFILE t hOrlando hospital other details about Travis' condi- ing his Pontiac Trans Am. ments range from medications Randy Travis performs at the 2013
bufet heinie wtion were available Monday. Travis was sentenced to two and surgically implanted devices CMA Music Festival at LP Field in
lfe-threatenng. Viral cardiomyopathy is a heart years of probation, fined $2000 to heart transplants. Nashville, Tenn., on June 7.

Woman dies
in accident on river Nation Briefs
woman has died in a boat- Parts of plane found vative social activism
ing-related accident on a in seawall, water long before the tea party
southwest Florida river. was born. He oversaw
Authorities say 23-year- SAN FRANCISCO the "Texas Miracle"
old Maleah Nowak of Cape The Asiana jet that job-creation boom and
Coral died Sunday on the crashed at San Francisco became the state's most
Caloosahatchee River. A International Airport left powerful governor since
tvbe on the boat she was lower sections of its tail Reconstruction.
riding in flew out, and the on a rocky seawall and But nationally, Perry
line attached to it wrapped in the bay, then scattered is better known for his
around her neck, pulling debris several hundred 'oops' presidential debate
Nowak into the water. feet down the runway, the brain freeze or for not opNTSB reported Monday posing forcefully enough
Man dies while diving in describing the plane's the notion that Texas
n ddeadly path. could secede from the
In Cayman Islands National Transportation union. For many outside
MIAMI -A U.S. tourist Safety Board chairwoman the Lone Star State, he's
who died while scuba div- Deborah Hersman said a political punchline on
ing in the Cayman Islands the lower portion of the par with Dan Quayle if
has been identified as an plane's tail cone was he's known at all.
80-year-old Florida man. TEASS0CIATD PRESS found in rocks inside the Now, the longest-servGayman Islands police Tracy Martin, the father of Trayvon Martin, pauses while testifying in George Zimmerman's seawall. A"significant ing governor in Texas hisspokeswoman Janet Dou- trial at the Seminole Circuit Court in Sanford on Monday. piece" of the tail of the tory is quitting his day job.
gall says the tourist was aircraft was in the water, Perry announced Monday
William Lemuel Lawson D ad 1 and other plane parts he won't seek a fourth full
Jr. of Temple Terrace, a city were visible at low tide, term in-office next year,
day that there appeared Hersman said at a news whether another run for
to be nothing suspicious conference that inves- the White House in 2016
about the circumstances tigators have reviewed could be next.
surrounding his death. 143 vice airport surveillance video "The time has come
Lawson was found to determine whether an to pass on the mantle
floating Sunday afternoon Judge rules jurors May lear teen an animated depiction emergency vehicle ran of leadership. Today I'm
while with a group of div- of the fatal fight between over one of two teenage announcing I will not seek
ers at a site known as the had pot in body at time of death Martin and Zimmerman. girls killed in Saturday's re-election as governor of
Double Wall off Cayman Prosecutors' motion re- crash but have not Texas," Perry said MonBrac. He was evacuated to The Associated Press Trayvon Martin had small quests that the animation been able to reach any day. "I will spend the next
a local hospital, where he amounts of marijuana in commissioned by the de- conclusions. 18 months working to
was declared dead. SANFORD Trayvon his system. fense not be mentioned She called the possibil- create more jobs, opporMartin's father testified Prosecutors argued the or played at Zimmerman's ity a "very serious issue." unity and innovation. Body of hiker found Monday that he never de- information would be trial, claiming it would I will actively lead this
nied it was his son's voice prejudicial. But defense only confuse jurors. The Texas governor won't great state. And I'll also In caveo in Puerto Rico screamingforhelpona911 attorneys said-it was rel- judge hadn't made a rul- seek fourth full term pray and reflect and work SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico call, contradicting police evant since Zimmerman ing Monday afternoon, to determine my own
Puerto Rico officials say officers' earlier testimony believed Martin was un- Most of the day was SAN ANTONIO Gov. future." a 23-year-old Florida native at George Zimmerman's der the influence at the taken up by a series of Rick Perry was a chain'was swept away by a fast- second-degree murder time he spotted him in Zimmerman's friends pion of fiercely conser- From wire reports
flowingriver and her body trial, his neighborhood. Nelson called to testify that the
has been found in a cave. Tracy Martin was the lat- had ruled before the trial screams on the recording I can show any listing... not just mine!
The U.S. island's emer- est in a series of witnesses that mention of marijua- were his, and the 911 call M
gency management called by lawyers on both na wouldn't be allowed in was played multiple times ED f IUOn
agency is identifying the sides who are seeking to opening statements. in the courtroom. A gym dead woman as Cristine convince jurors ofwho was Next, the judge. consid- owner who trained Zim- 850-573-6198 cell
Cousqui. They say she was the aggressor in the con- ered a prosecution mo- merman also described emccoyO2@yahoo.com
Florida frontation that left Trayvon tion to stop defense at- him as physically soft and Ontui' Century 21 sunny
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with 11 companions in the jury that Trayvon Martin eastern town of Naguabo had marijuana in his sys- Mon (E) 7/8 11-7 7-454 Not available when she was swept away tern when he died. Mon. (M). 9-7-1 2-4-0-0
by the swollen river. The teen's father testi- Tue. (E) 7/2 8-4-8 7-64-0 5-L-27-30-34
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James and Sikes to Partners for Pets in Folsom of Alford, Tyler Riverside Cemetery with officiating. Burial will fol- s4n. We've got ome
Funeral Home memory of Mrs. Harrison. Ham of Dothan,' AL, James & Sikes Funeral low in Riverside Cemetery
Maddox Chapel Marianna Chapel Funer- Jennilynn, Jolie & Jacob Home Maddox Chapel di- with James & Sikes Funeral road that arebeing
4278 Lafayette Street al Home is in charge of ar- Hall of Petal, MS, Jimmy recting. Home Maddox Chapel di- graded today, in area
Marianna, Florida 32446 rangements. Ray Allen Folsom, Jake, The) family will receive recting. where the waterperks
850.482.2332 Expressions of sympathy Anna & J.C. Branch of friends from 10 am till The family will receive P
may be submitted online at Grand Ridge; Abby John- funeral time at Maddox friends one hour prior to pttgoodandtwiI1 www.mariannachapelfh.com.. son of Decatur, AL Great Chapel. services at James & Sikes holdup to it because
William Lee Great Grandchildren: Maddox Chapel. they've drained some."
James and Slkes Sidna & Mikalin Branch of James and Sikes Flowers will be accepted
Gay FuneralHome Marianna & Anslee Grace Funeral Home or donations may be made AlGren,
Maddox Chapel Kelly of Cottondale; also a Maddox Chapel to your faVorite charity. Jackson County Road and Bridge
Funeral services will be 2 4Z78 LafayetteStreet host of nieces and nephews 4278 Lafayette Street Expressions of sympathy superintendent
p.m. Tuesday, July 9, 2013, Marianna, Florida 32446 arid many many friends. Marianna, Florida 2446 maywbemade online at at James & Sikes Funeral '850.482:2332 Special mention goes to 850.482.2332 andsikesfunerahomesco
Home Maddox Chapel. William, Debbie, Craig
Burial will follow in urnell McCroah "and Naomi From Page&lA
Salem Free Will Baptist Branch McKinnie who held a spe- Le
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Church Cemetery. B cial place, in. Big Mama's Mercer 3960 Lafayette Street Penny which lies west
4ohn on. Heart. 3"6 Laaytt Streetad27wr
wohnon., Funeral services will be Marianna, Florida 32446 of County road 273 were
James & Sikes Gn B .... held Wednesday, July 10, Phone 850-526-5059 passable with caution,
Funeral Home n 013 at 10:00 AM CST at Green said.
M o a91 eofra Grand Ridge (affec- Shady Grove MethodiSt P tca.. Imeasured-eightinchMaddox Chapel 9.ioatel knwna BiP g Ma"hd Grv et i Patrlcla'Ann.
4278 Lafayette Street g Church with Rev. Jack Ho-' es of rain at my house
Marianna, Floirda 32446 by her grandchildren well and Rev. Raymond W orkman on Blue Springs Road
and friends) went home 'to Owens officiating. Burialand 850.482.2332 Owenee officatiny Buria
be with her Lord on July 7, will follow in the Shady Patricia Ann Workman Sunday, and I think it
2abrean Tobis 013 at 1:35 p.m.C.S.T, af- Grove Cemetery with age 66 of Marianna passed was worse in some placSter an extended illness. J ames & Sikes Funeral away on Saturday, July 6, es. But we were lucky;
iwas born on Januay Home Maddox Chapel di- 2013 in the Chipola NursGodwin 2, 1922 to parents, Mary & reacting. ing Pavilion. I think, because it was
Jabrean" Tobis Godwin, im Robbirds. She was a The family will receive Patricia was born on spread over a long pe(fan Tied M odwi lifelong resident of Grand friends from 6 8 pm CST L aAyers Mercer, 93 M h31, 1947 in Tusca- od of te. I thinkIea(Infant) died Monday, July Ridge, a member o:f the Leola oarch, r ad dn 93a sdorieTh urs1,2013, on Tuesday Night, July'9, Methodist
Jabrean is survived by his hady Grove Methodist 2013 at James & Sikes Mad- of Marianna died Sunday, resident of Marianna for day through Friday, and parents, Arnie Calvert and Church and retired from dox Chapel, Marianna, FL. July 7, 2013 at Jackson Hos- the past fifteen years. She another four Saturday Torre Godwin; brother, fore her illness, s e- Friends and family are be- pitala was -a member of the. Mt. through Sunday.
,Nicholas; sister,. Julianna; foye seeing, tie e- ing received at the home of Mrs. Mercer was a native Olive Baptist Church where "We have fared very maternal grandparent, he f i frie fih g Nancy Branch, Shady and life long resident of she loved to sing in the well. Most everything is Lloyd Frankdin and Brenda and working i e wrs Jackson County. She re- choir. Patricia was a die
Calverpaternal grandpa h famGrove Rd., Grand Ridge, tired from Pender Peanut hard "Roll Tide" Alabama passable,, and even in the
Calvert; paternal grandpar- She was a member of theCorporation after 43 years an if yoy watching
ents, Denit .and Toretha Disabled American Veter- Aspecial thank you to. Coprto fe3ya fan and enjoyed watching worstk. i eyo slo dow
Godwin, Crystal Dawson and the as a bookkeeper. She was a horse shows. She also and take it easy at 5 or 10
A funeral service was ans Auxiliary. staff of Southern Care Hos- life long member of First loved babysitting her miles an hour,you can
She was preceded in Bapis Chrough Th rean
held at 11 p.m., Saturday, death by her parents, Mary pice of Dothan, AL. Also, a ap Cn an- daughter's dogs. get through. There are
July 6, 2013, at Friendship & Jim Robbirds; Husbands: special thank you to the ha She was preceded in some washed areas, and
Baptist Church. Interment EJ. Branch & Charles John- oher parents ames some area little sloppy
precious staff on the 6th d by her husband of al and Evelyn Marlowe. but I've been able to get Baptist Cemetery with son; P.Ellis Hospital and Clint, Patricia is survived by through every road 've
James & Sikes Funeral Branch; Grandson, Ri- Rasheem; & Scout from the three sisters, Louise Ayers her son Michael Workman tried today, and I've been Home Maddox Chapel ra hi ER staff of Flowers Hosp Medlock, ances Ayers of Harrington, Delaware', out alot,"Greensaid.
hardieith ranch; Sahisers: EsaoMalloy, and Edna Ayers her daughter Leigh Work- As a as paed ads
recting.'BrieGeg&Eey a Cone. As far as paved roads
xreion s ofsmah Bernice Gregg & Evelyn Memorial contributions Cn.man of Salisbury, 'MaryExpressions of sympathy Robbirds; Brothers: Char- She is survived by one land, sister Barbara Miers go, Green said none were
may be made online at lie, Ed, W.W. (Tunk), J.D. & may be made to Southern brother, James William of Northport, AL, nephews underwater but that, for Cyrus Robbirds. Caresose, yotha, A Ayers of Denver, CO; two Chris Smith and wife Don- a time, A-inch sheen
She is survived by her Expressions of sympathy sisters, Jimmie Ayers Irwin, na of Northport, AL and of water was sheeting Marinna hapl 'Dughtrs: Nelle ~ may be made online at
Marianna Chapel Daughters: Nellie Ann http://www.jamesandsikes Mamie Ayers Green and Jeff Smit of Virginia across "newly-paved
Funeral Home Branch of Dothan, AL., Lin- funeralhomes.com/husband Doyle all of Ma- Beach, Virginia. Compass Lake Drive.
3960 Lafayette Street da Folsom and husband, rianna; eight nieces and The family has requested A clogged pipe was reMarianna, Florida 32446 Jimmy and Daughter-in- nephews, George Cone and in lieu of flowers that dona- responsible for that, he
Phone 850-526-5059 law, Nancy Branch of wife, Jamelia of Marianna, tions be made to the Amer- said, and the problem
Grand Ridge; Step-son, James and Sikes Dale Malloy and wife, Mar- ican Cancer Societyat4001 was solved when the'
Charles Johnson and Wife, Funeral Home ie of Jacksonville,. David West 23rd Street Suite C,1 was led.
Margaret Debbie of- Decatur, AL MaddoxChapel Malloy and Wife, Ginger of Panama City, FL'32405.cleared.
Lucille' Grandchildren: Mike 4278 Lafayette Street Marianna, Susan Tatum Marianna Chapel Funer- He said his road crew
Branch and fianc6, Terri Marianna, Florida 32446 and husbd, Austi al Home is in charge of ar- members were out on
Harrison' Taylor, Jason Branch of 850.482.2332 Tallahassee' Sandra. Hofer.
Grand Ridge, .Ken Folsom and. husband, Bob of Pen-. ressins holiday thd and
Services fqr Margaret Lu- of Grand Ridge, Kim Redd sacola, Mike Ayers and a Expressions of sympathy that many of them took
cille Harrison will be held and fianc6, Jeff Shouppe of Margaret Ivey wife, Lynette, of Olatha, KS, maybe submitted online at Friday off as well, either
today at 2:00 P.M. in the Dothan, AL, Kristie Jo Hall MaVann Green of Benton Har- www.mariannachapelfh.com. pre-planning that extra
Marianna Chapel Funeral and husband, Jody of Petal, Mbor, Michigan, Kevin Green day or adding it since
Home with Dr. Randy Peel MS; Kyle & Katie Johnson of Marianna, and a host of they couldn't do their
officiating, interment will of Decatur, AL Great Funeral services will be great nieces and nephews. normal road maintefollow in the Lipford Ceme- Grandchildren, Darren at 11 am Tuesday, July 9, Funeral services will -be nance routines in the
tery. A time of visitation Branch and fiance, Julie 2013 at James & Sikes 11 a.m. Wednesday, July downpour.
will be held one hour prior Edenfield of Marianna, Funeral Home Maddox 10, 2013 at James & Sikes Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc.. Those who were on to the funeral service. Ashlee Kelly and husband, Chapel. Funeral Home Maddox 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna duty spend their day
Donations may be made Clint of Cottondale, Joshua Intement will follow at Chapel with Dr. Mark Long 850-372-4456 putting up barricades to
steer drivers around bad
places in roads and/or
In 2006, the county government Adventurers to issue the permits clearing downed limbs 'JACKSON BWESPRINGS. created the Parks and Recycling and check divers' credentials. off the roadways. His
rmDepartment and attendance in- Whle the divers come for the mechanics took advanFrom Page41A S creased-from an average of 17,000 caves, Merritt's Mill Pond is also stage of the time to work
underwater cave system. Road Mariaina Fla. to 19,000 guests a year to 23,000 known for its fishing. The pond on some of the idle heavy
ItwasawarmdayatJacksonBlue Phone 850-482-2114 or 850-718- and then 27,000. While the Gulf is home to shellcracker as well as equipment, he said.
Springs-'Recreational Area near 0 437 Coast beach communities lost vis- large-mouth bass. The eelgrass He said some of his
Marianna. Even on a Wednesday, Website wwwjacksoncountyfl. itors in the aftermath of the BP oil that grows from the sandy bottom road crew members visitors came for a refreshing 'dip spill, Jackson Blue Springs saw its provides an ideal fish habitat, but would be working late
Families grilledtand satunder pic- Springs attendance jump to an average of fishing in the clear water can be a Monday to take care of
nic shelters, swimmers took turns Times: Open seven days aweek 38,000 visitors that year. Now, the challenge for those accustomed to some of the work they going down an pld slide salvaged' until Aug 18andthen weekends prk averages about 30,000 visi- murkier waters. had to leave undone
from a school yard, and others until Labor Day Park gates open tors during the summer months. "The water is crystal dlear, so because of the rain and waded in the shallow area some at 9:30 a m, water opens at1 A normal weekend attendance you've got to have all the local to repair any raid-comeven perchedbeach chairs, shad- am Water dosesat530 p.m.;, ranges from 550 to 800 visitors, knowledge of how to fish it with promised roads that had ,edbyumbrellas, in the anle-deep And that doesn't include the small line, small hooks and no drained enough by then
Water. Ad,'f course, kids jumped Fetues Rntlsfo tbe a- cave divers who come to explore weight," Hatcher said. to work on.
off the diving board.,osad~de ot swl asiA; the park's cave systems. The park Other wildlife species include "It's great to see the
It was reminiscent of how Jack- volyaladb~eb ors,' allows cave diving all year and gets otter, grass-eating carp that can sun.. We've got some
son.County Parks and .Recycling A hlrnspag ~di oaed', about 2,000 divers a year. Und~er- get up to 30 pounds, and plenty roads that are being Director Chuck Hatcher remem-patetMde Paiin water cave divers have come from of species of birds. And, yes, there graded today, in areas
bers ,his childhood summers b,:,,pc~i~r~sas all over the U.S. and 28 different are alligators in the mill pond but where the water perks
spent at the'same swimming hole ,vIaIe countries to visit the cave systems Hatcher said there has never been pretty good and will hold.he now manages. Pal dts: )i2a a pr in the park. .a sighting in the swimming area. up to it because they've
"we've really got it back to the ,pri or$0fr esna as There are actually four cave sys- A recent hot summer day at drained some. We just
wayit used tobe when Iwas grow- "'te oaohoanas', tems and springs in the boundaries Jackson Blue. Springs saw a mix have to pick and choose
ing up, and that was our goal," ete hniri~aias '~ of the park. Jackson Blue Springs is of locals, guests from other areas, what we do, when we
Hatchaer said. 'aoedithprk the largest. It produces 120 million and a'church group on a day trip.' do it, based on the conJackson Blue Springs Recre- Dvn ies uFhc in gallons of water per day and is' one Alyssa Stephens, 14, was teach- dition of the roads. The
atioral Area is open for swimming whCv detue'~t51 of 34 first magnitude springs in ing her 6-year-old cousin, Hanna sun helps a lot tremenfrom Memorial Day to Labor Day LmsoeLn n~ran.Cv Florida. (A first magnitude spring Dean, how to dive from one of the dously; it dries things
Thes pakencles p gic~lni h i diigct 2a aypu 1 produces at least 65 million gal- floating docks. The girls came to out pretty quickly."
tub, adllbot ndcaoe en :lnalpas mary spring that feeds Merritt's grandmother. Alyssa can't remem- recent drainage imals. T1wO floating docks enclose the !iMill Pond,.which feeds into Spring. ber a summer they haven't come proveinents also helped
swimming area while leaving an privately owned by a utilities coin- Creek and eventually the Chipola to the springs., prevent damage.
opening to the main water used .pany and the site where world-re- and Apalachicola rivers. The Jack- "'ve been coming here all may "We've upgraded a lot for boating and fishing. People cord shellcracker fish have been .son Blue Springs cave system 'was life," Alyssa said. "Not only do I of our drainage to ellipsnorkel, swim and dive under the caught on two'different occasions. known to go back 7,000 feet until like the water, I like that ... you tical pipes in areas that watchful eyes of lifeguards. There was even a period when local diver and Cave Adventurers don't just have a little space you .have been problems for 'All for $2 a day- a little more if the recreation area was closed to owner Edd Sorenson discovered a can swim in and then you have years. That's basically you want to rent a tube at $2 for the public., passage that goes back to "15,000 the slide and the diving board, so a variation on a round
theday or aboat for $10'an hour. In the late 1990s, the State of feet. you have many options of what pipe. It looks like it has
Not to be confused with other Florida purchased the 202-acre Along with Jackson Blue Springs you can do." been squashed into a
Blue Springs (there are several reservoir that makes up the Jack- are Shangri-La Springs (a second Ralph Alvarez had driven from flatter shape and has a around Florida and even a Blue son Blue Springs Recreational Area magnitude spring), Indian Wash- Tallahassee to visit the springs for wider mouth-this allows Springs State Park in Barbour and Merritt's Mill Pond along with tub and Twin Caves eahwith the first time, Standing on a float- more area for the water County), Jack~on Blue Springs nearby Spring Creek Park, located their own cave systems., ing dock, Alvarez had not worked to flow through, helps and the Merritt's Mill Pond that it south of Highway 90 across from To venture into the cave systems, up the courage to dip into the cold prevent clogging, and feeds were once home to a Florida Merritt's Mill Pond. Management a diver must be a ertified cave water., that helped keep some
governor in the mid-1800s and of the properties went to Jackson diver and purchase a permit to "'i trying to get up the nerve of the rain off the roads. used as an officers' retreat in the County under a lease agreement dive in the park's boundaries. The to get in that water," he said. "It's It's amazing to see how 1950s by GrahamAir Base. It's been with the state., countyworkswith Sorenson's Cave going to be a few more minutes." well they're doing."

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residents to quickly prepare for the approach of
Tropical Storm Chantal
as it raced toward the
PHOTOS BYMARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN small islands of the LessHouse Speaker Pro Tern Marti Coley (left), Jackson County'Republican Club Chairman Clint Pate (center)'and state'Rep. Matt Gaetz. er Antilles after forming in the Atlantic.
V isi the.first 2.5 years of his first term, lining, he said, made it possible to threats in the future. Thefast-movingstorm's
M isit describing the period as a time in put more money into education The,men were also asked to maximum sustained
Fo Which the governor's polices led Jo and better-compensate teachers as look into the matter of how much winds were near 45 mph From Page 1A significant economic recovery in well as most other state workers., money each resident is allowed to late Monday afternoon
crowd as a whole as the roughly the state in part achieved through In closing, he urged the crowd keep when they enter a facility for with some strengthentwo-hour gathering wound down. spending and regulatory cuts, he to spread the Republican message long-term. care. According to one ing expected over the All four had a general message said. Those, Gaetz asserted, led to among acquaintances, family and participant, they give up all but next two days. Chantal for the crowd- vote Republican, more jobs and savings that made friends. $35 of their income toward their was centered about 390
talk to friends and family about it possible to give state workers Matt and Don Gaetz had joined care each month because of gov- miles east-southeast of the party's message and values and their first raises in seven years. the gathering about an hour into ernment regulations that guide Barbados and was mov-. re-elect Scott to a second term. Scott in turn acknowledged the it, having spent the first hour vis- the financial rules. ing west-northwest near Coley specifically spoke of the three legislator for their work in iting with residents, staff and cor- Galin asked the legislators about 26 mph.
party's pro-life stance and its com- supporting those policies. He said porate representatives at Signa- the state's Certificate of Need pro- The center of the tropimitment to protecting the 2nd the state, under his administra- ture Healthcare of North Florida a gram, which currently controls cal storm was expected Amendment right'to bear arms, tion, has been able to pay down $3 few blocks away.. the number of nursing homes that to chum over the Atlanand praised the elder Gaetz for his billion of its debt and operate on a Signature's corporate Director can be established in a given loca- tic and reach the small efforts in pushing for ethics reform budget that is half the size of New of Legislative Affairs, Kathy Gallin, tion. Don Gaetz said he felt that, islands on the eastern within the legislative branch. Yorks. arranged for the'visit. As the two with a managed care model on the rim of the Caribbean
Matt Gaetz spoke of the eco- Doing things to ease tax and reg- toured the business and spoke horizon, the Certificate of Need early Tuesday and then: nomic gains the state has seen ulatory burdens on businesses, he with residents there, and in a brief process will become a thing of the move into the Caribbean under Scott's leadership arid, ex- indicated, was part of the reason question and answer period'after- past, anyway, and that the forces of Sea. At this point, forehorted the crowd to do their part that the state has, according to his ward in the facility dining room, private enterprise will take over as casters with the U.S. Nain seeing that he is re-elected. figures, seen 330,000 newjobs cre- 4-tuch focus was on the need to the measure of whether a nursing tonal Huriicane Center DonGaetz also saidhewasproud atedover the course of his time in protect nursing homes from Med- home Would be built in a specific expect that wind shear of what Scott has accomplished in office. Spending cuts and stream- icaid reductions and/or other location, and interaction with the
mountains of Hispaniola and Cuba will cause
Word Bftef Chantal to start weakening in about three days
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rider will wear it when the race The Associated Press be arbitrated under terms resumes Tuesday with Stage 10 of the collective bargaining"'
following Monday's rest day. PHILADELPHIA -- The NFL ~agreement. That FIome had 'to ode- and former players must try Brody asked for a progress
fend the jersey alone in the to negotiate a dispute over report by Sept. 3, while placninth stage because all his whether complaints about ing a gag order on the lawyers. Sky teammates had been left concussion-related injuries Both sides agreed to comply. behind offers hope to' r1- belong in court, or in' arbi- Many former players say vis like two-time champion tration, a federal judge said they suffer from dementia, Alberto Contador and Andy Monday . Alzheimer's disease and other Schleck. If they can again iso- U.S. District Judge Anita B. neurological conditions, which late Froome later in the race, Brody of Philadelphia had they believe stem from onperhaps' he will be too tired to planned to rule July 22 in a field concussions. The league respond. legal fight that involves about isists that safety has always
"We've learnt some lessons, 4,200 former players and could been a top priority.' MAKSsNNEm/oRIoAN
valuable lessons, to take into be worth billions of dollars. 'Both sides have something to ottondale's Sue Elle Mosier gets under the ball the rest of the race," Sky man- But instead she ordered the fear from a court ruling. Brody drn umrvlebl ac odya
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Dixon wins in IndyCar

Series return to Pocono

The Associated Press Kanaan and Dixon still
eligible for the prize.
LONG POND, Pa. Kanaan had no idea he
Scott Dixon felt like his hit Dixon and spent most
losing streak stretched as of the rest of the race a lap
long as IndyCar's absence down. He finished 13th.
from Pocono. "I made a mistake and it
After 24 years, the series cost us big," Kanaan said.
returned .to the triangle "I had a run on Dixon but
track. didn't really think that I
And it was a: big wel- was closing that fast on.
come back to Victory him. We had a car that
Lane for Dix6n, Dixon en- was capable of winning
joyed it so'much, he even this race."
had two of his teammates Andretti Autosport
tag along on the podium. had three of them after
Dixon led a monster day it qualified three drivfor Chip Ganassi Racing, ers on the front row. But
leading a podium sweep James Hinchcliffe and
for the team with a win Ryan Hunter-Reay were
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunday at the IndyCar involved in accidents and
Andy Murray of Britain poses with his trophy after defeating Novak Djokovic of Serbia during the singles final match at Wimble- Series event at Pocono Marco Andretti battled don in London on Sunday. Raceway. He was fol- fuel woes over the final
lowed by Ganassi team- laps.
mates Charlie Kimball Will Power was fourth
BM,"" a and Dario Franchitti in and Josef Newgarden
StwC IndyCar's first race at Po- fifth.. Points leader Helio
cono since 1989. Castroneves was eighth.
The Associated Press serves one more," Cameron said. ray, a kid from Scotland with a game Ganassi was waiting Dixon's win helped Murray, however, quickly down- to be reckoned with. With his mother when Dixon hopped out push him to fourth in the LONDON Britain awoke to a played the possibility. in his box and his face often gripped of the No. 9 Honda. points standings. He also
new era on Monday,,into a world in "It's a nice thing to have or be of- in growls and grimaces, Murray be- "I said to him, 'This moved into 10th on Indywhich the tennis-loving public final- fered," the 2013 Wimbledon chain- came the next big British hope. morning, I didn't think Car's career wins list. ly has its own Wimbledon champion pion said. "I think just because ev- He made the semifinals three years we'd be sitting here,"' "Considering the crazy once again" eryone's waited for such a long time in a row before reaching the 2012 Dixon said. "To say the and poor results we've
'After 77 years, the wait is over," for this, that's probably why.it will be final, but then lost to seven-time least, it was a little bit of had throughout the headlined the Daily Telegraph, a: suggested but I don't knowif Iit merits champion Federer. A loss that may a shock." year, it's still astonishing
day after Andy Murray beat Novak that." have changed him for the better, Dixon struggled this that we are fourth in the
Djokovic in straight sets to win the Perhaps unsurprisingly, the nation- forever, season to make a seri- championship," he said.
men's title at the All England'Club. al papers all of them featured He followed that disappointing ous run at wins and had This was the first time With the victory, Murray'became Murray on their frontpages. defeat with the Olympic gold medal, led only one lap, at the Ganassi swept a podium
the first British man to win the Wi'n- "History in his hands," headlined beating Federer on the same Wim- Indianapolis 500. He led in any form of racing: bledontitle since Fred Perry in 1936, the Daily Mirror. Across the top of, bledon court, on the same Wunble- the final 27 at Pocono for IndyCar, CART, NASCAR a victory that has already sparked the Daily Express were the words don grass, a few weeks later. his 30th career IndyCar or Grand-Am. It was the talk of a knighthood. "Magical Murray." Then he beat Djokovic in the U.S. victory. He snapped a 13- 100th win for Ganassi's
'Arise Sir Andrew, knight of the The Guardian had the simplest Open final, winning his first major race winless streak that Target-sponsored cars in holy grail," The Times of London front page a huge photo of Murray title and the first Grand Slam singles dated to the Aug. 12, 2012 all forms of motor sports wrote in its lead story. "Impossi- kissing the trophy with 'Champion" title for a British man since Perrywon race at Mid-Ohio. and the 200th in IndyCar bly, dreamily, unbelievably and yet written across the bottom. the U.S. championships in 1936, the "It has been a tough competition for engine
somehowalmost easily, somehoW According to the BBC, apeakof17.3 same year he won the third of his year," Dixon said. "We've manufacturer Honda. '
almost inevitably, Andy Murray won million people in Britain watched the. three straight Wimbledon titles. had some great races and "I had no idea we'd go 1'the Men's Singles final at Wimbledon match on television. Last year's-final, With last year's wins and losses be- we've had a lot of bad 2-3," Ganassi said. ."I was yesterday." in which Murray lost to Roger Feder- hindhim, Muriay didn't let his sec- ones. That's motor racing, just hoping for a decent
Murray beat Djokovic 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 er, reached a peak of 17 million. ond chance at his home Grand Slam man." finish today."
on a warm day under the sun at Cen- Britain has been waiting genera- slip away this time. He caught a big 'break Kimball matched his
treCotirt, playing his usual defensive tons for a men's champion (the last "In the end, inside a giddy, sun- when Tony Kanaan career-best finish and style almost perfectly against an op- women's champion was Virginia bleached and adoring Centre Court, clipped Dixon's car on Franchitti had his first ponent who also plays often-spec- Wade in 1977). But the expectations it felt like it was all worth the wait," a pass for the lead and podium finish of the' tacular defensive tennis. have been increasing almost expo- The Guardian wrote in its top story, was forced .to pit road. season.
Prime Minister David! Cameron,- nentially over the last 15 years or so. then continued. "It is a genuinely Dixon dominated down. When Franchitti walked who watched the match" from the That's when Tim Henman made the gold-standard achievement for the the stretch of the 400- into the media center, he
Royal Box, seemed to be on board first of his four semifinals, sending man from Dunblane, given weight mile race and became mused, "Who saw that with Murray getting knighted and the public into a frenzy of hope from not just by the burden of history and IndyCar's eighth different one coming?" joining the ranks of other sporting 1998 to 2002. e the folkish annual summer romance winner in, 11 races this Certainly not the guys
greats such as Roger Bannister, Nick But each' time, Henman failed to of Wimbledon itself, but by the fact season. at Andretti.
Faldo and Kelly Holmes. reach the final, he is competing in one of the great Kanaan lost his bid at Andretti Autosport's
"I can't think of anyone who de A few years later, along came Mur- periods of elite men's tennis." the Triple Crown when he banner qualifying effort clipped his front wing on that saw three cars start
Dixon's car. Kanaan con- on the front row was
Brody in April, NFL lawyer of former NFL players and man Greg Aiello said in a nected with Dixon on a wasted before the secN Paul Clement said teams other concussed athletes statement. The Plaintiffs' pass for -the lead'on the ond lap. Hinchcliffe's bid
bear the chief fesponsibil- have been diagnosed after Executive Committee for 107th lap. Kanaan had to for his series-high fourth From Page lB ity for health and safety their deaths with chronic the former NFL players pit three laps later and. win was derailed when he
under the contract, along traumatic encephalopa- also pledged to "follow the faded to the back. tagged the wall heading and open up internal NFL with the players' union thy, or CTE, including court's directive." He lost the lead and a into the first turn of the
files to plaintiffs' lawyers and the players them- popular Pro Bowler Junior Phillips, 61, had a mete- chance for $1 million. first lap. looking for a smoking gun. selves. Players' lawyer Da- Seau and lead plaintiff Ray oric law career before leave With Pocono back on Hinchcliffe, who started Still, sports law professor vid' Frederick accused the Easterling. Both commit- ing the federal bench in the schedule, IndyCar third, limped as he walked Marc Edelman, who teach- league of concealing stud- ted suicide last year. Oklahoma and moving to resurrected the "Triple out of his car. He said he es at Fordham University ies linking concussions to About one-third of the private practice before age Crown" challenge, a three- just banged up one of his and Baruch College, called neurological problems for league's 12,000 former 40. He was a tennis stand- race competition for $1 knees. it "highly unlikely" that decades. W players have 'joined the out at the University of million to the driver that Hinchcliffe was cleared
either side would budge "The plaintiffs got in a lot litigation since 2011. Some Tulsa, where he also played wins the Indianapolis 500, at the infield care center during mediation. of their case, that the NFL legal experts feel the NFL flag football, according to Pocono and the season fi-" and worked the rest of the
"The sentimental impact glorified violence all these maybe most vulnerable on an online biography. He nale at Fontana. A driver race in ABC's broadcast of this type of case is one years. I would think in me" claims from a few hundred is now based in Newport who wins two of the three booth. that would make it strong- diation that Judge Phillips "gap" players, who played. Beach, Calif. can win a $250,000 bonus ""The car just snapped
ly advantageous for the would let it go further, if during years when there "Juidge Phillips is pleased from promotion sponsor loose on me," he plaintiffs to get to' a jury," that's ,what they want to was no contract in place. to have been appointed Fuzzy's Vodka, leaving said: Edeiman said. "The posi- talk about," said Andrew "We respect and will ... in this challenging and tion the NFL has taken is Brandt, who directs a comply with the court's complex matter. He looks they are not liable for any- sports law center at Villa- order regarding mediation forward to working with thing that's happene'to nova University School of and will be available to the parties to achieve reso-~ the players." Law. meet with Jjidge Phillips at lution," his office said in a
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FomaeBcome. home without a With six of the team's 12 our first, year in Darlings S
that," he Said. "Winning trophy, but we've got half players set to return next and we didn't make it past district was a huge ac- the girls from this team year, Sneads should have district, so for these girls
complishment for them. coming ,back next year, a great chance to make it to get that opportunity to ,.....
I told them before we left so we'll use that year of back down to state and travel out there and go tO .u .,S
that ifwe went down there experience and hopefully take another run, at the state and getting used to Mfer Exhaust
andwonagameandcom- go back down there and title., not waking up and sleeppeted that we would be do it again." Howell said that he be- ing in your own bed and
happy. I felt like we could One thing'the All Stars lieved the experience of playing games in the
compete with anybody in learned from their first playing in this year's state middle of the day is big. ,that tournament." experience at state was tournament will prove Doing'~.it a second time
That proved to be the their ability to fight big dividends for his girls will be much easier." case, with the two losses throw ugh adversity and.
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A in DTRA, W N Director of IT
**Apin ,4 Shelton Trucking Service Inc.
Farm s Part-time News Clerk The Director of IT Information Technology will
T0m00 ,) be responsible for managing the
company's IT Infrastructure and
The Jackson County Floridan newspapercopn'ITnfatuurad
sweet cor The Jackson County Floridan newspaper Applications ensuring the stable operation of
cucumbers, has an immediate opening for a part-time the firm's IT Operation. This includes
news clerk to handle various community developing, maintaining, supporting, and Sqaush, okra, peppers, listings columns, assist people in the optimizing key functional areas, particularly
newsroom and answer telephone calls and ERP applications and reporting, network
cabbage, & Zucchini questions from the public. The successful infrastructure,data communications, and
Open Mon-Sat (7-6) applicant should possess excellent written telecommunications systems. This role will
and verbal communication skills and be also be responsible for development of strong S334-792-6362.' knowledgeable with computer. Must type vendor partnerships and the
accurately and quickly and able to juggle implementation of best practices to ensure HOME GROWN, FRESH different tasks at once. that performance (availability, scalability,
Drug scee &. agr check.., r reliability) and security requirements are met
Drug screen & background check required.
S a EOE/M/F/D/V Required Experience:
Bw Computer science degree or comparable
Send resume to: workexperience
Other Fresh Vegetables!! vroberts@jcfloridan.com IBM AS/400 experience a plus.
Hendrix All Farm Fresh! or mail to: Skillsets:
Sr220 W. Hwy 52 Malvern 4403 Constitution Lane 0 OS: IBM AS/400 (Primary), MS Windows
M~arianne, FL 3244 (Scnay
Produce 334-793-6690 Marianna, 32 Basic network knowledge of networks and
network systems
__NEE_ a Ds* General knowledge of Active Directory,
Now Open Hwy. 52 Slocomb 0~NDDNS, DHCP, etc.
NowOpenHwy.52 Slocomb Maintain PCs, printers, thin clients, and
U-Pick or We-Pick Tomatoes SNELL FARMS SKIPPERVILLE AL Administers and supports Anti-virus
Shelled Pea's Butter Beans Okra L E A solutions for desktops
Call Toda 334-726-7646 Wns PL E AN Excellent problem solving and
C l Today 3347267646 Tomtoes waermelons troubleshooting skills
Green Peanuts 0 Experience in troubleshooting current
Hewett Farms a Retail or Wholesale 4 9 ourC 0 Microsoft operating systems and Office
Call 334-733-6489 or 334-733-6490 ndlT applications
Peas, Corn, Squash, ntt Please contact 850-762-3201(Local) or
cucumbers, pickles, ed representatives 8008773201(Long Distance)for info on
c mokra & snap beans C. lTREES TREES application or e-mail resume to
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Off hT 90 between Cypress TREES be ad 0 ss Must pass drug screen.
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Bobby Hewett containers*
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SSG Ambrocio Bias M1I'One bedroom apartment forrent"
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or33~72-585 [P a RverTiifrer 850294734 $490 month 1 yr. lease $400 dep.
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m 2BR 1BA House for rent,
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850-482-8196 OR 850-209-1301
2BR/2BA Duplex 2152 Lovers Ln. $450. mo.
$450. dep. Grand Ridge Call 850-592-5571
S3BR/1.5BA Brick Home in Malone Storage
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$600 Mo. + $600 Dep. Call 850-569-2697
S3BR/1BA, 2643 Faney St. Cottondale.
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(850) 352-4222 or 850-557-4513
3BR/1BA House on 1 ac. lot, AC/H 2855 Owens
St. Marianna. No Pets $650 Mo. + $350 Dep.

Affordable Lawn Care HAPPY i
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NELW USED TIRES L Q Electrical quiet, well maintained Park, Water/sewer/
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M W E8 ....W RETA. PRICE81 Residential Electrical __tt_....._ Powe.... 3/2 DW $625. & 3/2 $575. & 3/2 $500.
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850.526.1700 COVMER Owner/oDerator HOmes earns, Sidewalks, etC. 2BR/1.SBATownhomeon Merritt's Mill Pond.
Hours: Mon-Fri-5 Sat 7-1 CLEANING Marianna, FL32446 fue viater!! $15,900 all 85
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1985 Gambler 17ft Bass Boat with a year 2002 2010 Chevrolet Camaro 2 Honda 1100 Shadow 26,000 miles. windshield,
Evinrude 115HP Motor- Ificludes Depth Finder SS Coupe V8, RS package saddle bags, floor boards lots of extras, nice LG NTICES
and Trolling Motor. Equipped with CD Dual exhaust polished bike $3500. 334-406-2306
player/Radio, 2 live wells, and life-vests. Re- stainless steel tips, rear
gently had new carpet installed and professio- spoiler, high intensity halo- -T LF160168 INVITATION TO BID
nally painted. Storage Cover Included. Trailer is gen headlamps, running lamps, ultrasonic rear Suzuki 2006 Grand Vitara 125K miles, good Bids will be received by the City of Marianna, In great condition! $3400 OBO. Contact 334- parking assist, am/fm stereo, satellite radio, 372-1019 or 334-482-1172 for more info. Boston premium acoustic sound system, leath- condo. great little compact SUV $6500. Florida, until 1:00 p.m. CT, Thursday, July 18, 334-791-8977. 2013, Marianna City Hall in the City Hall Coin1986 Bayllner Contessa er sport bucket seats, elite alum. wheels. Only mission Room, 2898 Green Street, Marianna,
2850 with Volvo 260hp I/O 13,000 mi. Exc. condition. $28,900. 334-797-0987 EMS = am -Is e II =.' Florida at which, time and place all bids reengine. Excellent condition Chevrolet 2012 Impala LT, factory warranty, ceived will be publicly opened and read aloud
with low engine hours. like new, $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron Ford 2004 F150 long bed 108K miles, nice truck, for furnishing all labor and materials for the
There have only been two Ellis 334-714-0028. well taken care of. with tool box. $7500. construction of:
owners. No trailer but have a friend with one CHEVY 1995 CAPRICE-Clean, runs great, cold 334-406-2306.
who illnegtiat trnsprt spartel if CHEV 195 CPRIC7C~anrunsgret, oldPHASE III ALTERATIONS / RENOVATIONS who will negotiate transport separately if air, fully loaded $3,300 OBO 334-740-0229 WANTE* AU T
needed. "U" shaped dinette, stand up head, MANFACTURING FACILITY
hanging lockers & plenty of storage, private DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE? HOME SOURCE INTERNATIONAL, INC
cabin w/queen size bed, Bomar hatches & lots GOT BAD CREDIT? 1ST PLACE TO 'CALL FOR ALL OF CITY OF MARIANNA, FLORIDA
of beautiful teak wood. $9,000. 334-687-8507 Pass Repo pass bankruptcy YOUR TOWING NEEDS!
2003 Triton V 176,Magnum: alum hull, with slow credit ok Ram 'a All work shall be done according to plansand
115H Mercury motor, trolling motor, excellent $0 Down/Ist Payment, "" ---it-- specifications prepared by Paul A. Donofro and
condition, $9,500. Call 254-394-6703 Tax, Tag & Title AUTO BODY & RECYCLING Associates, Architects, 2910 Caledonia Street,
Blue Fin Bass'1998 Elimator All Aluminun Bass = Ask about $75. monthly FREE GAS PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR AJNK CARS Marianna, Florida 32446. Plans are on file and
Boat,. 50 HP force engine, galvanized trailer- GIVE AWAY Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 open to inspection in the office of the Archinew tires, all In very gbod condition, 2 live well Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 tect, 2910 Caledonia Street, Marianna, Florida.
boxes, 4 new seats, new Humminbird fish find- Drawings and specifications may be obtained
er $3,995 080 828-837-1314 or 828-421-0998 Inflniti 20,12 G37: 23k miles, fully loaded, blue CALL FOR TOP PRICE frawing an specifi ct a botaie
from the office of the Architect at Post Office
Cobra 1996, 16ft, 55HP Johnson, power trim, with beige leather interior, navigation system, Box 861, 2910 Caledonia Street, Marianna,
anchQr, trolling motor, depth finder on a Cobra XM radio, heated seats, alloy wheels, sunroof, FOR JUNK VEHICLES Florida 32446. General Contractors,
trailer, $4,t00r 334-232-4610 one owner, regular maintenance and serviced. subcontractors, suppliers, or others may purG3 20ft. 2006 pontoon Boat 90 Evinrude E-Tec. $32,000 Call 334-355-1426 I ALSO SELL USED PARTS chase a full set of documents for $100.00 per
110 hrs. fish finder, new batteries, trailer, cov- Jeep 2010 Wrangler Unlimited right hand drive 24 HOUR TOWING ,, 334-792-8664 set. (upon request, a cd with specifications and er, bimini top, changing area w/ porter potty, vehicle, 4 door, 4 wheel drive, automatic, hard- drawings in .pdf format will be furnished with
very good cond. $12,500. 850-258-3148. top, alloy wheels..Green pearl color. 45,000 CASH Guaranteed purchase of bidding documents)
Javelin 1994 17ft., Fish/Ski, 150 Fast Strike miles. $22,795. 229-308-9778 Highest prices paid for Junk, old Farming Partial sets will notbe sold to major
Johnson, 12/24 Trolling Motor w/on Board Nissan 2010 Frontier, X cab, low miles, must Equipment, Tractors, Semis, Junk Cars subcontractors, (mechanical, plumbing and Charger, Humminbird Depth/Fish Finder, sell! $200 down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis Nothing to big, nothing to small electrical). Suppliers and other subcontractors, OD/Radio, Garage Kept, $6,200 OBO 334-695- 334-714-0028. temay purchase drawings and specifications at
3609 Nissan 2012 Sentra, still under factory Warran- 1 3345967791 the rte of $2.00sheet of drawings and
Stratos 1996 Bass Boat, 201 Pro XL w/Trailer, ty. Great gas mileage, real nice car. $300 down, p 25C/page of specifications.
2003 Evinrude 225 h.p. (low hours), Trolling mo- $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791- ____ Each bid must be accompanied by a bid bond,
tor, GPS, 2 Depth finders, extra. SS Prop., Built 8243. or a cashier's check, made payable to the City
in Battery Charger. Lots of Extras, Excellent Toyota 2012 Corolla, Save Fuel!'Great fuel mile- .... of Marianna, Florida in the sum of 5% of the
condition, garage kept. Must see. $10,500 229- age, under factory warranty, all power, AC, base bid as a guarantee and with an agree334-0224 PW, PDL, AT, CD. $300 down, $300 per rionth. We b r d i ment that the bidder will not revoke or cancel
West Wight Potter Cuddy Cabin Sail Boat Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. Running o his bid or withdraw from the competition fora
15ft. With 3.3 mariner out board, trailer with p period of thirty (30) days after the opening of
new tires, custom boat cover. Motor needs M 33-794957 o 344-M- 'T bids, and that in the event the contract is
carb repair $2500. 334-441-5090. awarded to the bidder, he will within ten
r2002 aey Davidson M ku P n (10)consecutive days after it is submitted, enMOO HOM o V Ultra Classic Electra Glide. ter into written contract with the City of Ma:' Custom purple/black rianna, Florida in accordance with the accept1999 35ft Pace Arrow: Ford V1O, new front-in paint, Loaded. Bike is M ak Your Point! ed bid. The cost of the bond will be included as
with michilin tires, very clean, lots of storage, Chromed out. Garaged. part of the bidders base- bid proposal.
private bedroom, dual AC with generator, mi- 14,750 miles. In excellent A isI
crowave. $13,900. Call 334-793-3494 or 334-333- condition. Call 334-792-8701 or 714-4548. Advertising the best way to make points NOTE: There will be a Mandatory Pre-Bid Con1291 2008 Sportster483 ference Tuesday, July 9, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. CT. at
Lots of upgrades &gear! with prime prospects who are ready, the Marianna City Hall Commission Room loL o g a cated at 2898 Green Street, Marianna, Florida
Black/chrome, 3k miles, all 32446 and attendance will be mandatory for all
ladie' men'Ig ackets w ng-and able to buy General Contractors who plan to submit a bid
ladies' med/Ig jackets, for this project, see Section B, "Instructions to
chaps, helmets, rain suits, Bidders", Paragraph B-16.
Ford 1968 Mustang: emerald green, only 131k HD upgrades (aux lights,*saddle bags, comfort Let us show you the most miles, 289 4 barrel automatic, rebuilt motor seat, chrome engine guard, passenger back- The Owner reserves the right to waive
and transmission, good condition. Asking rest $5,100. Great bike, greatly loved, great effective way to advertise informalities in any bid, and to reject any, or all
$6,000 OBO Call 334-733-0106 DEAL! Call Sam 334-790-3307 bids, or to accept any bid and any combination
of alternates or separate bid prices that, in
1O0 O SALE Harley Davidson.2003, in the newspaper that reaches. their judgement, will be to the best interest of
100 Anniversary Edition, the City of Marianna Florida.
Dodge Ram. 1S00 2007 SLT quad cab 4x2 HEMI. Heritage Softail Classict
5.7 V8 engine, anti theft, tilt steering, low black w/lots of chrome, the rght people, CITY OF MARIAN NA, FLORIDA BY:
,miles, very clean, power drivers seat, rear slid- straight pipes, many /s/ Jim Dean, City Manager
ing window, bed liner, towing pack. Loaded. X-tr, 57K miles, $8,500 right they 2898 Green Street
$18,500. 334-475-6309. Firm 229-321-9625 Marianna, Florida 32446



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