Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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30.776389 x -85.238056

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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Pair wanted on 42 counts of animal cruelty


Dozens of dogs left
in putrid conditions
From staff reports
Officials in Jackson County say
they've identified the owners of
dozens of abandoned animals
that were recently discovered in


deplorable condi-
tion at a Marianna
mobile home. The
agency is asking
for the public's
S help in determin-
ing the where-
Westman about of Heidi
Amanda Westman
and Leland Emery Kluth:


On, Aug. 8, offi-
cers from Jackson
County Animal
Control, members
of the 14th Judicial
Circuit of the Of-
fice of the State's
Attorney and
deputies from the


Jackson County Sheriff's Office


responded to 4381 Francis Drive
in Marianna, in reference to a
report of abandoned animals.
Responding officers -deter-
mined that the owner of the
residence had abandoned about
40 dogs.
The dogs were transported to
Animal Control of West Florida
Inc., vwhere they were housed


and assessed.
The subsequent investigation
revealed the dogs had been liv-
ing in putrid conditions for an
extended amount of time, with-
out adequate nourishment and
health care. As a result of those
conditions, some of the dogs
See DOGS, Page 9A


Sweet Potato Pie will be performing its mix of acoustic
bluegrass, country, gospel and blues-touched tunes to kick off
the Chipola Artist Series.

Sweet Potato Pie:

on the stage and


on the side'


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
Sdt'uclhalier,'lliorid3r, corn
SSweet Potato Pie will
open this season's Chipola
Artist Series with an Aug.
29 performance, it's the
longest-run.ng all-Femniale
band in ithe nation, and the
music is an amalgam of
bluegrass, country, gospel
and blues. The members
coined a term from their
style: "Sweetgrass," they
call it.
. Founding member So-
nya Stead says 'it's meant
in part to reflect the band's
feminine-side presenta-
tion of bluegrass and other
styles of music.'
The story of the band's
founding provides a lesson
in what can happen when
women embrace their
long-neglected dreams.
Stead is the guitarist and
the only remaining origi-


Chipola Ar

season tick
From staff reports
Chipola Artist Series sea-
son tickets are on sale on-
line at www.chipola.edu
and at the Chipola College
Center for the Arts box of-
fice through Aug. 28. The
box office is. open Mon-
day-Wednesday from 2-5


nal ,member of dithe four-
woman band. She remem-
bers the modest way it .all
got started. Sl)e was well
into, adulthood wVhen 'she
borrowed her father's old
. ;:" r and t m 'g!:: he,- ,,' l .._
to play in a very basiq, ru-
dimentary style. She was
pregnant with her young-
est child when her friend
and co-qworker Penny
boughtabanjo andshowed
it to Stead. The 56-year-old
friend was determined to
learn to play even though
she'd never touched a
stringed instrument be-
fore. When Stead laid eyes
on the shiny round-faced
banjo, it re-quickened a
musical spark inside her.
She and her friend 'decided
to practice together.
Another co-worker at

See PIE, Page 9A


list Series

lets on sale
p.m.
Online tickets can be
printed at home orwith an
order confirmation. Will-
call tickets will be avail-
able at the box office the
night of the show.,
This year's lineup opens
See TICKETS, Page 9A


Unemployment

rate holding steady


From :Tafft reports

Florida's seasonally
adjusted unemployment
rate was 7.1 percent in
July, holding steady over
the month, but 'down 1.6
percentage points from 8.7
percent a year ago.
The state's May, June and


July rates were the low-
est since ,September' 2008,
when it was 7 percent
There were 665,000 jobless
Floridians out of a labor
force of 9,404,000.
Florida's seasonally
adjusted total

See JOBS, Page 9A


.. MARK SNNER/FLORIDAN
From left. Lindsey Blaylock, Lechael Blaylock, DeeDee Kirk and Brian Sesser gather around for a look at DeeDee's class
schedule during Friday's open house at Cottondale High School.


High school FCAT scores in
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into oeratll s ondale Elementan' re- and are in line with their
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grades for schools
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dIN ,,.hiall,' ri"' l,' r-i-ir, conim
;The state Department
' of Education -released
overall grades for Jack-
'son County's elementary
schools several days ago,
but won't have the grades
for blended and high
schools until December.
That's because more fac-
tors go into the grades
those schools receive, and
all that data that will not
be known until later in the
year.
Only FCAT scores are
used to grade the ele-
mentary schools. Sneads
Elementary retained its


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Ridge, Graceville and Riv-
erside elementary schools
dropped from A to B, as.
did Marianna Middle
School. Riverside's B was
also assigned to its feeder
school, Golson Elemen-'
tary, because Golson's
younger K-2 students are
not tested on FCAT.
Although the high
schools' overall grades are
not ready, the state did
release their FCAT scores
recently
SAccording to Student
.Services Director Shirl
Williams, the raw FCAT
scores for each of the
county's five blended and
high schools were very
similar to those earned


years.
For high schools, a per,
feet FCAT grade includes
1,600 .poims, and for
blended schools includes
1,700 points. '
Among the high schools,
Graceville had the high-
est FCAT score, at 567;.
Sneads came in second
at 517; Malone School,
the only blended campus.
scored 506, and Conrion-
dale scored 449. Marianna
High School had the low-
est raw FCAT score at 437
this year.
Evenr though the high-
est-scoring school's FCAT
score was well below the
perfect 1,600, other fac-
tors will account for 50


GRAND OLD FLAG
Tennifer Para-
/ dise, with
J the Cherokee .
Trailblazers pre-
cision drill team,
guidesher horse '
through one of
the big puddles',
left inthe Circle
D Arena by
Friday night's
torrential rains.
She was carry-
ing the Ameri-
can flag as part
of the opening MARKSKINERORID
ceremony for the
Jackson County Cattleman Association's Rodeo. The two-night
event was raising money for the association's sponsorships of
area 4-H and FFA groups as well as its scholarship program.


pe-rcent of the overall.
grade each high school re-
ceives, and for 70 percent
of the grade the blended
school receives. Williams
believes all or mostwill re-
tain the B grade they each
earned last year. Because
of a last-hour statewide
safety net put in place by
the state for the just-end-.
ed academic year, none.of
the schools can fall more
than one letter grade, so
that the lowest grade pos-
sible for any of the schools.
would be a C this year.,.
Williams is'optimistic that
none of them will drop to
that level.
'She, said all are strong
Iin the other factors that
weigh into the final grade.
See FCAT, Page 9A


Lane closures

on U.S. 231
Special to the Floridan
Construction begins
Wednesday Aug. 21, on a
new Virtual Weigh in Mo-
tion station on U.S. 231
(State Road 75) in Jackson
County, according to the
Florida Department of
Transportation.
Drivers traveling south
on U.S. 231 will encoun-
ter delays about one mile
south of the U.S. 231 Wel-
come Center as workers
install mast arm poles, traf-
fic sensors and monitors.
Work is scheduled to be
completed in December.
Lane closures will remain
in effect from 8 am. until 4
p.m. daily.
FDOT says the VWIM sta-
tion will provide real-time
See CLOSURES, Page 9A


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P f publisherr Valeria Roberts
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S Circulation Manager DenaOberski
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,.,: CONTACT US
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Email: edftorial@lcllondan.com
SMailing Address:
P.O. Box 520. Marianna. FL 32447 ,
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Manrianna. FL 32446
Office Hours:
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HOWTOGETYOUR
NEWS PUBLISHED
.The Jackson County Floridan will publish
news of general interest free of charge. :
Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, faxW.mail, or.land delivery..
Fees may apply forwedding, engagementi '
anniversary and birth announcements.
Forms are available at the Floddan offices'.
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right to edit all submissions.
GEfTTINGIT RIGHT
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report an'error, please call 526-3614
Monday-Friday.


Community Calendar


SUNDAY. AUG. 18
Red Cross Presentation During the 11 a.m.
service at St. James AME Church, 2891 Orange St.
in Marianna. A guest speaker and Central Panhandle
Chapter representatives will discuss upcoming
endeavors of Red Cross and St James AME Public
welcome.
44th Annual Richmond Milton Family Reunion
Aug. 17 and 18. Sunday reunion activities include:
-Sunday school. 9:30 a.m. and church service. 11 a.m.
at Pope Chapel AME Church; and a 4 p.m. family
reunion meeting at the Milton Family Pavilion: Wear
lamily colors: Red and white. Call 482-7001.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
(in one-story building behind 4351 W. Lafayette St.).
Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in the
board room of Campbellton-Graceville HospitaF5429
College Drive. Graceville.
S MONDAY,AUG. 19,
First Day of School -Jackson County public
school students return to class today. Drivers are
*asked to use caution and watch for children near
schools and bus stops. Call 482-1200.
Chipola College Fall classes begin Late
registration continues through noon on Aug. 20. The


at Madison St. Park in Manrianna Purchase fresh fruits
and vegetables grown by local farmers.
)) Late registration for Fall classes at Chipola
College -.Continues through noon. The schedule
of classes is available online at www chipola.edu. For
information, call 718-2211.
)) St.Anne Thrift Store Hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays at 4285 Second Ave..
Marianna. Summer clothing and household goods in
stock. Call 482-3734.
)) Rubio Staff Mobile Office Hours Calhoun.
Jackson 130-3 p.m. at Altha Town Hall (.25586 N.
Main St.) and 10 a.m. to noon at Grand Ridge Towr
Hall (2086 Porter Ave.). Members from U.S. Sen.
Marco Rubio's staff will be available to meet with the
public at the posted times and locations to assist with


anna. Call 20-4310
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St. in Mananna.

WEDNESDAY. AUG. 21
)) USDA Food Distribution 8 a.m. at 2979 Daniels
St.. Manrianna ElderCare Services, an equal opportu.
nity provider, wilt give out USDA and Brown Bag food.
)) Jackson County Tourist Deivelopment Council
Meeting 10 a.m. at the Puss House. 4318 Lafayette
St. in, Marianna. Call 482-8060.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon
to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St in Manrianna.


federal issues. Hours also scheduled in Greensboro. )) Free Class: Basic Internet/Email (Part 1)
Call 850-599-9100. Noon to 3 p.m it the Goodwill Career Training
) Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting Center. 4742 U.S. 90 Marianna. Learn basic use of
Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna. the Internet. how to send/receive email. and howto
Oe o -protect your computer Part 2 is set for Wednesday.
SOrientation Noon to 3 p m. at Goodwill Career Aug.28. Call 526-0139
Training Center. 4742 U S.90, Marianna. Learn about .. .
Sand registerforfree services. Call526-0139. i T .A "'AG2
SSewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior. THUPSDA'.. AUG.22 .
, Citizens. 2931 Optimist Drive in Manrianna. Call 482.- )) Marianna City Farmers Market-7 a.m. to noon
S5028. : -' :-:.'. at Madison St. P30r'in Marianna. Purchasefresh fruits'
J:, .', ,,,'=ih ;=h,, ^ .",,, and vegetables grown bjy local farmers. "
Free Employability Workshop: Job Search Es- r e
sentials- 2:30,p.m. at the One Stop Career Center )) PPLCS Directors Meeting -8:45am. at the
in Marianna. Visit EmployFlorida comr to register. ha'andle Publi Library Cooperative System offices.
28'62. Madirsonn S t .r.anriana.- Call 4 2.Q5Q6 r,r lvsit,'


schedule of classes is available online at www.chipola. Jackson County School Board Program, Meet- "... i.. . .
edu. For information, call 718-2211. ing -4 p.m. in the Manrianna High School Media www.pplcs.lib.l.u,,
Free Employability Workshop: Developing Soft Center, Caverns Road, Manrianna. Superintendent LSt. Arnqe Thrift Store Hours'- 9 a.m. to 1 p.im.
Skills 2:30 p.m. at the One Stop Career Center in Benton will present certificates to students with per- Tuesdays arnd Thursdays at 4285 Second Ave..
Manrianna. Visit EmployFlorida.com to register. fect FCAT scores. The regular monthly JCSB meeting Marianna. Summer clothing and household goods in
follows at 5 p.m. in the media center. Public welcome. sl1cl Calla482s3734.
Jackson County Quilter's Guild Meeting Call 482-1200. M. sMarianna Blood Center Blood Drive -11.30
5:30-7:30 p.m.at Ascension Lutheran Church.3975 30 p at t- J son outy Courtho
U.S. 90 W., Mananna. Business meetings are fourth PPLCS Board Meeting 4 p.m. at the Panhandle a.m.-5:30 p.m. at the Jac, on County Cour house in
U.S 90 W .. Mariann. Business metig arei'nprt~tulfm-n' fourth? downtown Mariannri.1 Call 526-4403. .*
Monday: other Mondays are for projects. lessons. Public Library Cooperative System oflices.2862 downtown Maranr.Cal5264403.
help. All quuiters welcome Cal[209-7638.: Madison St., Manrianna. Call 482-9296 or visit www. V Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon atThe Oaks
. : pplcs.lib.tl.us. Restaurant. U.S. 90 in Marianna.The SCCO's focus is
Concerned American Patriots Meeting-6b p.m. .. "-...- .-^-... th iol commurity."Community; Children & Char-
at the Jackson County AgCenter. U.S. 90 West (ne't ; Water nagement district Community Open
to the National Guard Armory) in Marlanna.Guest House 58 p.m. at the Jackson County Agricultural' dcter. Call -526-3142 .
speaker Carl Smith will present."Enlighten. Educate, Conference Center. 2741 Pennsylvania Ave. Suite 3. J))ob Club,- Noon to 3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career .
Empower. and Equip." Smith isa veteran, author. Marianna.,NW Fla. Water Management District staff Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna: Learn job
speaker (DC March for Jobs. CPAC) and founder/ will ,answer-questions about the district, its water seeking/retention skills; get jobsearch assistance.,,
leader of Fredrick Douglass Republicans movement, use permitting process. and other water supply and C. all 526-0139. ,
He also participated in the "Runaway Slave" docu- protection issues. Informal session: stop by at your nChipola Healthy Start Board of Directors'Meet-
mentary. Public welcome. Free admission. convenience to talk with district experts, view maps. ing- 2p.m. in the Heritage Room at the Blountstown
)Alifrd mm i OrganizationMeetig "- 6M -K diagrams and other.materials. Call 539-2663. -* Public Libtrary. Call 482-1236.
p.m. in the Alfordommunit )) Burgeoning artists/crafters group organiza- Free Employability Workshbp: Mock Interview
Po.mun mity nte Ne tionalmeeting- 5:30.p.m:.t Jackson County Ex-. ing -2:30 p.m. at the One Stop Career Center in'
flroArd, surr4uni ng849 cor5917.mitensiqn Service, room "B' 2741 Penn Ave., Maiiariria. Marianna. Visit EmployFlorida.com to register.
Call 579--482,638-4900 or 579-5173.. ... To be discussed:.Group name, organizational guide- jacks6nCount Tobacco Free Partnershin
SCapt. Luke Lott's Calhoun Guard, Camp 2212 lines, e.hibition/everit dates.All areaartists/crafters ,, M %0 ,
Sons of Confederate Veterans Meeting -6p.m. are welcome Call 592-4342 or 482-9620. i-g -4:30 .m. in the.Jackson County Health
at the Altha Community Center. Anyone interested inKidne Smart Class-5Departmentmultipurpose room, 4979 Healthy Way,
.-Southern and Confederate Heritage men. women and J)in.t'Kidney Smart'2 Class'- 5:30-7 p.m. at Marianna. Call 526-2612, ext. 157
Shild i wecome. .avita Dialysis.. 293 .Optimist Drive, Marianna. lass QutSmoking Now Class/SupportGroup-5:30
c..e.. .. designed for those with early- and late-stage chronic p.m. at Jacksbn Hospital Cafeteria BoardRoom. Free
SFree Badto-Sool Concert B-SHO- 693 kidney diseasewho are not on dialysis. Learn about to attend. Curriculum developed by ex-smokers for
p.m. at SoutlhernCommunity Fellowship, 4300 US. kidney function, disease treatments, more. Light those who want to become ex-smokers themselves.
231 North, six miles from Cottondale, featuring.. refreshments: No cost. Family members, caregivers all4 0
Christian rapper B-SHOC. All ages show. Call 352-4117 welcome. Call 482-5328. C .l 4 -65 .
or 693-0439. Panhandle Seminole Club Kickoff Scholar-"
JacsonCountyHabitatforHumanityt)rienta- sipAwards Dinner-6:30 pm. in the First United
SAlcoholics AnonymousOpen Meeting 8-9 tion -6 p.m. at the Habitat office conference room, Methodist Church Wesley Center, Marianna. Guest
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 4736 U.S,90 in Madianna. Families interested in . speaker: FSU Head Baseball Coach Mike Martin.
2901 Caledonia St.. Marianna. patnering with JCHH to build a home-must attend an Barbecue'meal: $5 per person (free to current FSU
:. "o ":.:*-'. orientation to receive an application. Alumni Association members). This year's scholar-
TUESDAY, AUG. 20 / Disabled American Veterans Meeting -.7 p.m. ship winners will be introduced. Call GeorgeSweeney
SMarianna CityFarmersMarket-7a.m. to noon at the DAV Chapter 22 house, 3083 DAV Lane, Mati-. at482-5526., ..
The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submitted: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridart, P.O 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
:. i email editonal@jcflondan.corn, tax-850-482-4478 or bring items t6 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
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MARIANNA POUCE
DEPARTMENT
The Marianna PoliceDe-
partment listed the following
incidents for Aug. 15, the latest
available report: Three ac-
cidents, one suspicious vehicle,
one suspicious person, one
escort, one report of illness, one
burglary, one verbal distur-
bance, four burglar alarms,
one panic alarm, one report of
' shooting in the area, two traffic
stops, one civil dispute, one
-trespass complaint, four animal
complaints, one assist of an-
,pther agency, two public service
calls, one welfare check and
eight home security checks.


. Police Roundup


Jackson County
Sheriffs Office
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office and county fire/rescue
--- reported the
following inci-
Sdents for Aug.
> MEE' 15, thelatest
Ax- available report:
One drunk
pedestrian, one accident, one
dead person, one stolen tag,
four abandoned vehicles, five
suspicious vehicles, one suspi-
cious incident, three suspicious
people, three highway obstruc-
tions, one structure burglary,
one burglary of a vehicle, four
physical disturbances, three


verbal disturbances, one pedes-
trian complaint, two woodland
fires, 23 medical calls, five traf-
fic crash reports, three burglar
alarms, two fire alarms, one
report of shooting in the area,
seven traffic stops, one larceny
complaint, one criminal mis-
chief complaint, one civil dis-
pute, two trespass complaints,
two follow-up investigations,
two animal complaints, 12
property checks, two assists of
motoristseor pedestrians, one
assist of another agency, one
public service call, one K-9
deployment, one welfare check,
one patrol request, two threat/
harassment complaints, and
three 911 hang-ups.


Jackson County
Correctional Facility
The following people were
booked into the county jail dur-
ing the latest reporting periods:
Raymond Beggs, 32,1035 8th
Ave., Graceville, possession of
controlled substance, posses-
sion of listed chemicals, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
) Bobby Anderson, 45,700 1st
Ave., Ashford, Ala., fugitive from
justice (Alabama).
S)) Steven Jenkins, 25,5272 Cliff
St, Gracevillebattery.
)) Paul Bamberg, 55,7018
Bamberg Lane, Grand Ridge,
misuse of 911.
Jail Population: 218


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He weighed 7 pounds,
101/2 ounces and was 20'/z
inches long at birth. His
parents are Tracey and
Kevin Harvey Grandpar-
ents are Emmit and Gay
Gaines from Greenwood,
and Sylvia Jackson from
Marianna. He joins two
brothers: Tre'Kevion and
Treyson Harvey.


Births
Kailyn Genail Johnson
Swas born at 8:41 am. on
:Aug. 13,2013, at Jackson
SHospital in Marianna.
SShe weighed 7 pounds,
S15.3 ounces and was 20
Inches long at birth. Her
:parents are JalindaWig-
r gins and LyndellJohnson.
SGrandparents are Josie
Lee Johnson and the late
Chance Johnson from
: Marianna, and Belinda
: Wiggins and the Late Jim-
Smie Reed from Bristol.


Antonio Javier Martinez
was born at 12:49 p.m. on
Aug. 14,2013, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
He weighed 7 pounds,
3 ounces and was 18
inches long at birth. His
parents are Candace-Lay-
field and Casco Martinez.
Grandparents are Gordon
Layfield and Charlene
Ammons.


Birthday
Brydon Boggini turned
7 onAug. 17,2013. He
celebrated his birthday
with a party at the Play
Station, which included
lots of bouncing, cake
andice cream, Brydon
is the grandson of Jerry
and Felecia Dorchuck of
Marianna.


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We need to trust now, more than ever


T A Thile living or
/ spendingtime in
V the fast-paced ar-
eas of our country, doubts
and lack of trust are appar-
ent in the daily activities.
Being aware of the
activities and observing
Those around becomes a '
natural thing to do. Signs
Sof trust for our fellow man
seem to be disappearing
at a rapidrate in our big
cities; and even in our
small towns because of
the times we live in the
trust factor doesn't seem
to be quite the same. Has.
the handshake, which ,
was considered as solid
as a contract in the past,
especially in the Southern
panrt of dur country, disap-
peared from our business
transactions?
In a world filled with so


much uncertainty, the one
place we should be able to
find the trust
and under-
standing we
might need,
other than in
God Himself,
Thoma is within
ipngmt the struc-
o co ture of our
MI r~hy[! farii"es. If
we can't feel comfortable
with our own family, who
can we feel comfortable
with? One of the saddest
things to witness is seeing
a dysfunctionhal family.
self destruct; and that's
happening far too much in
our country.
It's-hard to understand
how our blessed country
that is full of educated,
intelligent, knowledgeable
people, have allowed our


morals and some of the take time to visit our
most important standards schools, so we'll know who
our country was built on is teaching our young peo-
to slowly erode. We all ple. We who are Christians
need someone we can should make sure that
trust and count on! A per- what we are hearing from
son in this world who says the pulpit in our churches
they.don't need anyone coincides with what is
in order to survive in.this written.inour holy Bibles.
world is not only unhappy, We shouldn't become so
but delusional. Giving comfortable that we ac-
initial respect to those we cept everything; and don't
meet or encounter each- question anything.
day shows good character; With the condition of
but it's very important to our world today, finding
learn as much as possible those we can trust and
about new acquaintances, confide inwill take dis-
before they are allowed cernment, or keen insight;
into our inner circle oir' but there-are still good
personal space and to be. people with high stan-
around those closest t6o us. dards around within our
While living in an families, on our jobs and
unpredictable, troubled-,, in our environment.
world, we must be careful 'Of course, when all else
who weallow around-our fails, we can always trust
children, and We should in God!


Preparing for the new schoo l year


BY SHARON KENNEDY WYNNE
STampa Bay Timrnes '
lB efore youl know it,
you'll be back in the
thick of it: carpools,.
homework, permission
slips, dress codes, pass-
words. You know the .
scene. Be ready this year
by starting off with some
good habits.Andyou can:
start right now.
Get to sleep
Now is the time to start
getting your kids into
sleep shape for school.
Studies have shown that
children who get eight :


SUPER SALUTE
S uperintendentI ,- .
SofSchools Steve .
S Benton, left, gets a '
Su rse fi i ~aS^^^^f^^HR '^^^^^^^
surprise visit from one
of his former students,
Jacob Herring, a 2009 ',
graduate 'of Cottondale .
High School. PFC Her-
ring recently dropped
by the Jackson County
School Board offices in
Marianna to see and con-
' gratulate Benton, and to share his success. Herring, of the Mountain
10th Division stationed at Fort Jackson, S.C., has just return from AlT
as a humanresource specialist. He will be in the area recruiting for
two weeks, then stationed in Fort Drum, N.Y. before being deployed
to Afghanistan inFebruary 2014. PFC Herring is the son of John her-
ring of Cottonrdale, and Carmen Herring of North Carolina.


to 11 hours of sleep, are
more likely to earn higher.,
grades. The best method is
to do it gradually, especial-
. ly if you've been on an up-
all-night, loll-around-all-
day pattern this summer.':
You can start by gradu-
, ally moving bedtimes '
Sand wakeup times earlier
S(about 15 minutes every
Other day) until you are to
the point where kidswill
:be able to wake up in time,,,
Plan your routine now
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homework whie the kids
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ing spelling words, I go
Through backpacks and
sign what needs signing,
send in money for.field
trips or note meetings in
my calendar.


It's also a good time to
log onto the school's web-
si~e and see if there are
any announcements and
to check grades.

S' see SCHOOL, Page 4A


Forehand promoted to master sergeant
Special to the Floridan High School, Gracevie,- Community College of The


Garrett D. Forehand has
been promotedto the rank
of master sergeant in the
U.S. Air Force.
Forehand is an enlisted
accessions recruiter as-
signed to the Air Force Re--
cruiting Command at Val-
dosta, Ga. The new master
sergeant has served in the
military for 16 years.
He is the son of Pauline
W Ward of Graceville. .
Forehand graduated in
1993 from Poplar Springs

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U.S. pension crisis not limited to Motor City


Last in a series


lease name the city that
New York Times authors
Monica Davey and Mary
Walsh are profiling here: "The
pension fund for.. .teach-
ers stands at risk of collapse.
The city's four funds for other
retired city workers are short by
$19.5 billion. At least one of the
funds is in peril of running out
of money in less than a decade.
And starting in 2015, the city
will be required by the state to
make far larger contributions to
the funds, which could leave it
hundreds of millions of dollars
in the red..."
The paragraph describes
Detroit, right? No, instead, it's
my hometown of. Chicago, the
nation's third-largest city, home


to countless quality museums,
classic brownstones and other
Mworld-renowned
architecture,
structed after
the Great Fire of
1871. Frank Lloyd
Margaret Wright designed
MCDOW0e private residenc-
es there. Daniel
Burnham pro-
duced the Chicago City Plan in
1909 and led a fight to prevent
development along the Lake
Michigan shorefront, ensuring
that miles of unobstructed
view would be enjoyed by cur-
rent and future generations.
Even Chicago cemeteries mix
form with function: Graceland
Cemetery may be one of the
world's most beautiful and -


famous final resting places.
But Chicago's pension system,
like many others in the U.S., is
in financial peril. "The finan-
cial woes of Detroit, which last
month became the nation's
largest city to file for bank-
ruptcy protection, dwarf the
financial issues here (in Chi-
cago)," says the Times. "But as
Detroit makes it way through
the federal court system, other
cities, including Chicago, are
wrestling with overwhelming
pension liabilities that threaten
to undermine their capacity to
provide municipal services and
secure their futures." The article
also cities pending pension is-
sues in Philadelphia,
Charleston, WV and San Jose,
Calif.
Chicago's pension problems


are exacerbated by the fact that
the Illinois state legislature
controls the city's pension fund,
and the state itself is in dire
financial trouble. According
to a study by the Pew Chari-
table Trusts, Chicago's pension
obligations "were funded at 36
percent bythe end of 2012. Fed-
eral regulators would step in if
a corporate pension fund sank
to that level, but they have no
authority over public pensions."
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn threat-
ened to withhold the paychecks
of state legislators until the
crisis was effectively addressed.
And Chicago Mayor Rahm
Emanuel is on record asking for
reductions in pension promises,
but unions like the Fraternal
Order of Police are fighting any
such cutbacks.


Investors have approached
Illinois paper (bonds) with great
caution for several years now,
and probably with good reason.
Caution might also be a watch-
word when considering muni's
issued by any of the other
aforementioned cities. Bond
values will eventually rebound,
but meanwhile investors should
carefully screen muni offerings
for their portfolios.

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Pets on Parade


FHjTb.' Ma1P 1AR P |lf? F LOR l', 'A
Oopsy (above) is an eight-week-old mate cat. Oopsy was
found when he wandered into a stranger's yard. Piglet
(below) is a five-week-old male kitten. He was part of a
litter of abandoned kittens and was bottle fed until he was
old enough to go the Partners for Pets shelter If you are
interested in adopting either of these boys, the Partners
for Pets shelter is at 4011 Maintenance Dr. in Marianna. Its
hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Friday and 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. Saturday. The shelter's phone number is 482-4570; the
website is www.partnersforpets.petfinder.com.


School
From Page 3A, :
Resolve not to put per-
mission slips and other
pieces of paper into a "to
do" pile that invariably
doesn't get done. Do it
right'then and get it out
of the way before you
forget.
Have a launch pad'
Pick a chair or a place
by the door where
backpacks, lunchboxes
and sports gear will go.
This isn't a bad habit for
summer camps, either, so
consider it practice.
The night before
Pledge to spend just 15
minutes a night devoted
to getting organized for
the next day laying out


clothes, getting lunch
ready and loading up bags
for work, day care and
school.


Rahal-Miller donates cars to Chipola College
Special to the Floridan

Rahal-Miller recently do-
nated three vehicles to the
Chipola College automo-
tive technology program.
The vehicles include a
2002 Nissan Maxima, a
2006 Infinity M45 and a
2007 "
Nissan Quest.
Nissan North America
and Rahal-Miller made the
donation possible. In addi-
tion to the donation, Ricky
Miller and Jimmy Parrisof -"
Rahal-Miller, coordinated
and paid for towing the
vehicles from Miramar.
Automotive instructor
John Gardner said, "These
vehicles will benefit our
program and students in.
their training. They are "
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and strategies to aid in
the process of construct-


for each child. Or an ex-
panding file folder
can help keep things
sorted.


Homework buddies Backup books


Help your child create
a list with the names and
phone numbers of class-
mates to be each other's
backup when homework
is forgotten or your child
didn't get the,
assignment written down
or just wants to
collaborate with
classmate on a tough
assignment.
Get yourself
a notebook
Start off the school year
with a binder of your own
for all the school papers,
fliers, website passwords
and carpool information.
You could have one large
one or create a notebook


Consider buying copies
of your child's heavier
textbooks to keep at home
so they don't have to be
lugged back and forth, or
buying a frequently used
workbook that often gets
forgotten.
Pledge to do less
Yes, you read that right.
Do less. Teach the kids
how to make their own
lunch, sell their own fund-
raisers, check their own
computer portal'to make
sure the teacher recorded
their grade correctly. The
outfit they want to wear is
wrinkled? Learn to iron,
kiddo or use a bottle of
wrinkle-release spray.


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USF student walks from Tallahassee to California


BY KEITH MORELLI
The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA Long before
he stumbled onto Laguna
Beach, Calif., before he was
nearly mugged by a street
gang in Albuquerque, N.M.
and way before he was
rousted by the cops in Am-
'arillo, Texas, Harrison Mi-
lanian thought to himself:
"What the heck am I doing?
I could die out here."
But he didn't. He braved
desert hailstorms that
ripped up his tent, endured
quirky looks from passers-
by and withstood a myriad
of other obstacles- on his
walk from Tallahassee to
the sparkling Pacific Ocean,
emerging victorious in his
pilgrimage, a better person
for the effort. .
The 22-year-old Universi-
ty of South Florida student
and out-of-work ch6f be-
gan his journey on May 7. It
turned into a social project
that offered a glimpse of
not dnly the scenery of this
country, but the people
who live here.
It didn't start out so
grandiose.
"I wanted to do some-
Sthing challenging," Mila-
nian said from his apart-
ment in New Tampa last
week. So he threw a leash
onto his 2-year-old frisky
golden retriever, Captain,
and started walking. Soon,
they were doing 20-mile
walks.
He wanted more,.arid in
the back of his mind, a cra-
zy idea emerged. What if he
walked actually walked
-across the United States
of America? His friends
thought he was impulsive.
His family pleaded with
him not to go.
Undeterred, he' began,
training.
The personal challenge,
he said, grew into a bigger
thing. The benefits of phys-
ical exercise were measur-
able,.even as he trained, he
said.
"I started feeling better,
myh'moods improved, I was
doing better in school,"
he said. He Wanted to tout
those benefits, so his trek
to California took on a pur-
pose: to draw attention to a
more involved life, physi-
cally and socially..
' "This country has such
a sedentary lifestyle," he
said. "We are indoors, we
are docile in front of our
computers.", :
All that's well and good,
he said, "but there needs to
be moderation. Go out and
get some sunshine."
That was his message.
though at first, he and al-
most no one else knew it.
He drove to Tallahassee
and on May 7 began walk-
ing west with a sign on his
back: "America on Foot."
He took no cash, no lap-
top. He had a smartphone
on which he posted pic-
tures and a running com-
mentary. His audience grew
and attention amassed on
the site.
He pushed a gutted baby
.stroller that carried his
stuff: some snacks; a tent,
five pairs of socks, five
pairs of underwear, four
shirts, some shorts and 50
pounds not gallons of
water.
"Gallons are a worthless
measurement," he said.
"You'd be surprised how
much water weighs." (A
gallon is 8.35 pounds.)
There was unnecessary
stuff at first: a hatchet, a
bulky first-aid kit and rope.
It wasn't long before he
found out what he needed
and what he didn't and so
he gave away his extrane-
ous belongings to home-
less people, campers and
other travelers.
At first, he took back


roads, but they oftenveered
out of the way, adding more
steps to his journey. So he
stuck to major highways,
occasionally interstates.
There, more.-people would
see him and the sign on his
back advertising his web-
site, www.facebook.com/
americaonfoot. "The more
eyes on me," he said, "the
better."
Laguna Beach was his last
step on terra. firma, and on
July 28, Milanian dashed
into the water after 3,000


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Harrison Milanian shows the sign he carried on his walk across
America.


Milanian walks with his dog Captain in Tampa. He says walks
with his dog helped inspire him to walk across the county to
promote fitness and well-being.


miles pushing the stroller.
Three months of beard be-
came his friend and the re-
freshing Pacific Ocean his
reward.:
"I did it faster than any-
one and I'm the youngest,
as far as I know," he said. "I
did 30 or 40 miles ... about
14 hours a day, without
breaks. I drank three to four
gallons of water a day."
For most of the first leg
of his journey: he took in
the sights by himself. Face-
book was hiis only link. to
the outside world. "I would
be by myself for a week
at a time," he said. "I had
no one to talk to. Dealing
with the loneliness was the
.hardest part."
Getting into Texas, police
stopped him ,constantly,
he said, sometimes three
or four times a day. Some-
times the interactions were
good, sometimes not.
He walked into Giddings,


Texas, and was greeted by,
a police officer who said
he couldn't walk through
town, that he would have
to go around the town. Mi-
lanian, worried' that a de-
tour would put him behind
schedule, explained he was
walking across'the naaon
as part of a social project
and the officer got on the
radi6.
Soon, a couple more
cruisers showed up. Mila-
nian thought there would
be trouble.
"They formed a 'V with
their cars and escorted me
right through town," the
young walker said. "It was
the neatest thing. I felt like
a superstar."
In Amarillo, Texas, Mila-
nian came upon a phalanx
of police cars blocking the
road. He was 1,000 feet
from the house of strang-
ers who had offered. him
shelter for the night, the


first night he would not
spend in a tent. Between
him and that house were
three cruisers and two of-
ficers on motorcycles.
"It was for me," Milanian
said. "They thought I was
some sketchy, vagabond
character. I walked up and
gave them a peace sign and
they got aggressive, like re-
ally aggressive."
Officers put Milanian in
handcuffs, piled him into
the back of a patrol car,
shouting questions at him
as they checked his back-
ground. He smiled and
one cop asked what was so
funny.
"This is the first air con-
ditioning I've been in in a
week," he told the officer.
Soon, he was unshackled
and released to continue
his journeywest.
In Albuquerque, N.M., he
was approached by a half-
dozen members of a street
gang, who began yelling
at him to get off their side-
walk. They got belligerent,
refusing to let him pass.
"They just exploded in
anger," he said. He was re-
luctant to say what exactly
happened next.
"I have a concealed
-weapons permit," was all
he would say, "'And I took
care of the situation. I, let
them in on a little secret. I
.was carrying."
Mostly though, people
were much less threaten-
ing, he said, much more.
helpful.
Relying on the kindness
of strangers, Milanian
found they were willing to
give. His Facebook views
and) likes began to take
off, and all along the way,
he was offered lodging by
strangers. People would
stop and give him water
and treat him to dinners.
"I took no moneywith me
at all," he said. "It was a test
for myself. This was like a
rite of passage for me. It
was a challenge for me and
it was a challenge, for my
countrymen. I was walking
across America and I didn't
bring anything with me."
And his countrymen an-
swered the call, he said.


4As an example, he said he
wore through five pairs of
shoes that were given to
him along the way.
"Even though I had no
money," he said, "it wasthe
happiest time of my life. It
was liberating to have so
little."
The trip changed from
a personal challenge, he
said, to something larger. It
ended up being about get-


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ting to know people who
were previously strang-
ers, but now were counted
among his friends.
"It's about making con-
nections," he said, and
about giving. The stroller
he used for the trip? He
gave it to a young mom
in St. Petersburg after he
returned home in the air-
conditioned comfort of a
rental car.


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Insurance projections

misleading; here's why

rThe Florida Office of Insurance Regulation re-
| cently estimated the costs for uninsured residents
.L seeking coverage under the Affordable Care Act
Unfortunately, the agency's delivery reflected the state
government's general hostility toward the health care
reform, also known as Obamacare.
The FOIR report details for the first time the prices
of health plans thatprivate insurers propose for sale to
small businesses and -uninsured individuals.
The exchange, required under the law, is scheduletl to
launch Oct. 1. Policies will take effect Jan. 1.
"The state report said.thatthe price of individual health
plans sold.in 2014 would rise 30 percent to 40 percent
above the cost of similar plans sold today, and that'
small-business premiums would rise by 5 percent to 20
percent.
But those projections are misleading, for several rea-
sons....
-Competition may'also affect prices. Some of the
nation's largest health insurers are among 11 companies
participating in the exchange fr individual plans. Five .,
companies are providingplans for small businesses.
Overall, 308 plans will be offered.
If insurance rates rise in Florida, it wil be an exception
to the rule.... ..
-Maryland insurance regulators, by cotitrast, say
They negotiated lower prices for plans offered on their
exchange... . .
The biggest problem in Florida's health care future
maynot be the price of policies but the fact that people
S earning incomes below the poverty line aren't eligible to:
buy insurance on the exchange, because the Legislature
refused to allow it. As a result, about 1 million Floridians
Swill be unable to obtain affordable insurance.
That deficit, which will continue to put a multimillion-
Sdollar burden on hospitals and doctors to provide costly
and uncompensated care, needs to be addressed by the
SLegislature as soon as possible.


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March o hr

SA t the rally on Aug. 28 com-
.memorating the 1963 March
L.iLon Washington for Jobs and
,Freedom, President Barack Obama
will do something President John
FE Kennedy declined to do 50 years
.agb'o.He will speak from the steps of-
Sthe Lincoln Memorial.
For the first black president to
, speak from the spot where the Rev.
Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his
'"I Have a Dream" speech illustrates
how much society has changed for


mew the dream of equality


MarshaMercer

mass gathering of black protesters.
Kennedy tried to persuade orga-
n izers to cancel it because he was


The rally would end by 4 p.m, so
protesters could leave town by
dusk.
O:on the Sunday before the 1963
march, NBC's "Meet the Press"
featured RoyvWillkins, executive
Secretary ofthe NAACP, and King,
president of the Southern Chris-,
tian Leadership Conference. Many
questions centered on whether the
march would be peaceful. Yes, said
Wilkins and King, yes.
During the Cold War, the threat


the better in half century. But it's afraid it would turn violent and of Communism loormed large, and
not the end of the journey. Obama's that would provoke a backlash in the journalists asked about Bayard
Remarks likely will point to how far Congress, doominghis civil rights Rustin die march's chief organizer,
we still need to go, especially to bill. i ho had been a member of the
achieve economic equality. Television news that spring and Young Co0munist League. He has
The march galvanized the nation summer had shown Americans a changed, the'leaders insisted. '
behind the Civil Rights Act of 1964 horrifying picture of their country. The radical Rustin, who was also
'and Voting Rights Act of 1965, but Fire hoses, night sticks and attack' a gay activist, isfinally being recog-
despite the spectacular success of dogs were turned against nonvio-, :nizedfor his role in'orchestrating
some individuals, overall ecor lent citizens protesting discrimina-, the peaceful march. Obama will
nomic progress for blacks ha, been tion. On June 11, National Guard give Rustin the Presidential N ledl''
slower. troops were required to escort:two',. : of Freedom posthumouslylater '.
The poverty rate for blacks is 'black students to the Unr iv'erisi ' this year. It's the country's highest
three times that of whites, the ofAlabamawhere a defiant Gdv. honor given to civilians.
black unemployment rate is nearly GeorgeWallace reluctantly stepped Kennedy reportedly declined
twice that of whites, and, nearly 60 aside. That same afternoon, King ,, to speak at the march because he:
years after the Supreme Court's de-' sent a telegram to Kennedy urging thought it impossible to write'
cision in Brown v. Board of Educa- him to do something about police speech that would please both the
(tion, most schools remain racially brutality against protesters in marchers and thenatiqonwideTV
segregated, reports the Economic Danville, Va. audience. The president metwith ,
Policy Institute, a think tank that That night, Kennedy made atele- march leaders ar the White House ..
focuses on the economic condi- vised address from the Oval Office. immediately afterward. He praised'
.tfionoflow- and middle-income He called civil rights a moral issue. their deepfervr and quiet dignity,
Americans. '- A few hours later, ciyilrights'i and he promised to work toward'
The anniversary of the march activist Medgar Evers was shot and civil rights, full employment and
gives us a window on a sad and tur- killedoutside his home in Jackson, "to eliminate discrimination in em-
bulent time that many Americans Miss. : '- plonent, education and housing.
don't recall. Obama was only 2 in Leading up to the march, At-: As Kennedy and then President
1963. Time has dimmed the memo- torney General Robert Kennedy Lyndon B. Johnson took the.lead
yies of many who are old enough sought to minimize potential on'civil rights, it's:now Obama's
to remember the benighted South problems by negotiating how it, turn to take the lead on moving
of segregated movie theaters and would be conducted. To reduce the country closer to economic
waiting rooms and "whites-only" crowds, the march would be on a equality..
lunch countersiand motels. Wednesday. Bars and liquor stores '
.'Huge demonstrations on the Na-'. were closed, the Washington Sena- MercerwritroWasingtonYu
tional Mall are routine these days, ::torsbaseball game canceled and '- Ma.rsha. c ..er.at.rarshA.m..erce.yaho:.
but Washington had, never seen a federal workers could stay home: corn. 2013 Marsha Mercer'. All rights reserved.


Letters to the Editor,

A few suggestions for upkeep of Riverside Cememtery

This letter is in response to There are areas in the ceme- city. Please keep it dean so that form and statements are made build andrepair one's reputa-
BettyHussey's letter to theeditor, tery that people use for garbage we will all enjoy visiting, and let which make the situation even, tion.;
regarding the condition ofRiver-'. ,areas. When the old flowers, etc." it be a beautiful landmark to be worse. If such is true, do they ROGER DEAN KISER (OFTHE
side Cemetery .. are moved from the grave sites, proud of. ... : expect their older.iendsto ITE HOUSE BOYS)
I have also given much p eopleare disposing bf them Tharikyou, admit to them that such thing' Brunswick, Ga.
thought to addressing this issue under treesinside the cei- -JUDYTIPTON actuallyhappened? Of course ;:' ,.
to the newspaper, the city man- etery, making the cemetery look Marianna not However, many of the oider OUMeuling
eager and the city commission o,. neglected.. : folks know the'truth as it was .:btter to do?
Marianna. The cemetery is a place for This is wOt e "M ,discussed, talkedaboutand Do those digging in Dozier not
I also have a parent, my moth- people to go and pay respect Maanna of yesterday laughed about at the local coffee have anything better to do?
.MlflIII o lughda~utattheoca cfJe,.have anything better to do?
er, my father-in iaw,.brother- -.",,to their loved'ones;'it is not a ..... ""f "-In "' D: ..
er, my father-aw, brother- totheirloved ones;'itsnota In reference to your editorial -:shop for many years. In many Does the University of South
in-law and extended family, garbage dumnp. of Sunday, Aug.11, you are cor-. 'cases bets were placed on who. Florida nothave anything better
Members who have been buried "would like to suggest to theQ rect when you state "This is. not could draw first bloodatthe .. todo?
in the Riverside Cemetery.. '.. city that it would be-a good idea our Marianna." I and many oth-- WhiteHouse. : A they want to do is unearth
frequently visit the graves of Ty to place dumpsters in areas ers agree with you completely. When the residents of Marian- the remains to properly dispose.
loved ones. that could be used for this type However, there are some who na do not at least-have an open -:,ofthen. That's cold-hearted;
I agree with Mrs. Hussey that of disposal. There is a sign on do not. mind and appear to6want to 6 t sounds like all they want to do
the conditions at the Riverside one ofthe fences that says "No The Germany of today is not at the truth, they appeal to be-:,isthrow them away. Maybe the
Cemetery are deplorable. Agree- dumping," but people.are not the Germany of yesterday just as the Marianna of yesterday and unaccounted bodies are buried
ing with her that it has been a respecting that. Maybe if there Marianna today is not the Marl- not the Marlanna of today and in the state cemetery in Chat-
lot of rain, but also we have had were dumpsters, it would give anna of yesterday. There are. that is the problem here. tahoochee.
some beautiful sunny days and them places to dispose of their many good, upstanding citizens Marianna, as well as the state Do Pam Bondi and Bill Nelson
still the grass is knee-high in refuse. in Marianna who would never of HFlorida, is out to save their hothave anything better to do?
Most areas, making it impos- Also, I would suggest that the allow such things to happen reputations. Can they not find a better way
sibleto enjoy a walk through the city place two of their employ- to children if they were aware When mistakes are made, a to.spend $190,000? Do they
cemetery., ees at the cemeteryona daily of such horrors. Times have reputation is saved by telling 'not know that over time we all
There are ant beds in and basis to keep it clean at all times. changed and people have also and admitting the truth and db return to dust?
around some of the grave sites. This would be an opportunity changed,. ing whatever one can to expose If I had a piece of property
My husband was doing some fqr someone to obtain employ- What is upsetting to many is the truth When criminal '.with some unwanted graves on
wotk there a few days ago and meant that is without a job. there are a few (older folks) who goes up for parole he or she is -it for sale, do you think the state
was bitten numerous times on I would like to ask how often will not admit that such hor- expected to admitwhat they Would let me remove them and
his lower legs and ankles by the city manager and thecity rors might have occurred in the have done in order toshow that sell my property? I don't think
ants. With the grass being so 'commission drive through the past. When one is not open to at they have changed and that they so.
high, it makes it impossible to cemetery to see if it is being least considering the possibility accept responsibility f6r what MARK CLARK
see the ant beds until the ants taken care of properly. that such atrocities occurred, theyhave done in the past. That Grand Ridge
beginto bite. This cemetery represents the then hard feelings begin to again is when onebeghis to





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S .".... THEASSOCIATED PRESS
Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin participates in a spacewalk outside the International
Space Station.on Friday. Yurchikhin and Aleksandr Misurkin are to install cabling for a new lab
due to arrive at the station in a few months.

Russians turn cable guys


during record spacewalk


,The Associated Press

CAPE CANAVERAL- In
a record-long spacewalk,
Russian cosmonauts
rigged cable outside the
International Space Sta-
tion on Friday for a new
lab that's due to arrive in a
few months..
Fyodor Yurchikhin and
Aleksandr Misurkin, spent
almost the entire seven-
h6ur-plus spacewalks rout-
ing 120 feet of power and
Ethernet cable, The, cable
had to be unreeled, then
meticulously .secured, to
handrailsandhooks.,
"Today W.e are the cable
people," one of the space-
walkers commented: in
Russian as the work drew
to closee\
The' 'spacewalk lasted
seven. hours and 29 min-
utes, a, full hour longer
,than, originally planned
in order for the two, to get
'a jump on' work awaiting
them in yet another outing
next Thursday.


It was 'the longest space-
walk ever by a pair of Rus-
sians, surpassing the for-
mer record of seven hours
and 16 minutes set at the
old Mir space station in
1990.
Americans hold the over-
all record: a nearly nine-
hour spacewalk in 2001.
Friday's spacewalk oc-
curred exactly one month
after an Italian astronaut
almost drowned when
leaking water flooded;
his helmet ''during a
spacewalk.
SLuca Parmitano's space-
suit was' .provided by
NASA.' Friday's spacewalk-
ers wore Russian-made
suits. that 'differ from the
U.S. version.
NASA is still investigat-
ing last month's close call.
The problem appears to be
in the life-supponrt back-
pack., The spacesuit will be
sent back for analysis early
next year. Until the trouble
is identified, and resolved,
U.S. spacewalks' 'are on


hold.
To reach the cable work
site on Friday, Yurchikhin
hitched a ride on the end
of a 46-foot boom oper-
ated by Misurkin. '
When Yurchikhin asked
if he was positioned-prop-
Serly on the boom, Misur-
kin assured him, "You loolk.
great. Youlook perfect."
"Thank you," Yurchikhin'
replied. "I don't want to
blush." .
,"Itjust looks likeyou're in
space," Misurkin said. "Ev-
erything is black around
you.," '
The 'Russian Space
Agency plans to launch a
new science lab by year's
end.. It's the last major
piece due at the orbiting
outpost, active since 1998,,
and will replace a 12-year-.
old Russian docking com-,
partment that doubles as'
anair lock.
Friday's excursion was
the third of six Russian,
spacewalks planned for
this year.


One-time teen felon now lawyer
'BY JESSIE VAN BERKE University College of Law, thing," he said.,'
Sarasota Herald-Tribuqe in NewYork and was hon-' But afterwatching all the)
ored as a newly-minted other teens move through
SARASOTA ,,- Eleven member of the Florida Bar 'the system, it clicked he,
years have passed since, earlier this month. He is and they, needed a better
Stefan Campagna was coordinating for the 'Na- reason than 'I dunno" to
charged with his27th fel- donal Association of Youth justify their actions.
ony in Sarasota but he still Courts. He told himself hewould
wakes up in a cold sweat, "He's gotten every award likely end 'up in court
dreaming, he is :back, we've given out," said Ka- again, and he had better
booked in jail once again. 'tie Self, who has coordi- ; be'on the right side ofthe
The clean-cut 27-year- nated the teen court since bench. So he wenton to
old,, who was dressed six months after it was cre- study law.
in a suit and lavender atedin1988.' A 'couple of the.high
tie 'Wednesday evening, It was the first courtof its schoolers who volunteered
said he will not disssoci- kind in Florida. It' places as teen attorneys in the
ate himself from his past. youths who plead guilty' courtroom said they are
7- from the 16-year-old to an offensein a unique also interested in becomn-
who busted into cars with setting, where people ing lawyers. Others said
a group of friends and had their age act as -the bailiff, the experience honed their
an "I dunno" mentality defense, prosecution and public speaking skills, and
whenhe was asked why he jury. Volunteers from local countedfor extra credit.
did it. high schools determine : Then there' were stu-
That past will help him the punishment for their dents like Patrick White-
connect with people in his peers. If the defendant Thompson, a. Sarasota
future. completes -their require- High graduate. who was
"People listen more to ments, the charges are caught roughhousing .at
someone they can relate dismissed.. a bus stop and after one
to," Campagna said at a 'For Campagna, the re-" round of obligatory teen
celebration of Sarasota quiremnent was 18 rounds court jury duty, decided
County's youth court. of jury duty at the teen to get involved in the pro-
Campagna is the poster court and 150 hours of gram. White-Thompson
child for the court. The community service. 'was one of nine students
Sarasota native gradu- "Initially' I wasn't very who received scholarships
ated in May from Hofstra receptive to much of any- totaling $9,000.


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Political debate erupts


over Florida's economy


The Associated Press

TALLAHASSEE Flor-
ida's unemployment rate
remained flat for a third
straight month, but that
didn't stop Gov. Rick Scott
and Republicans from
using ,the latest round of
economic news as a way
to criticize potential oppo-
nent Charlie Crist
The back-and-forth over
the routine release of jobs
numbers Friday was yet
another signal that the
GOP wants next year's
election to focus squarely
on the economy and how
it has fared since Scott
succeeded Crist
State officials announced
that the state's jobless rate
was at 7.1 percent and that
some 665,000 people in
the state were out of work.
The rate remains lower
than the national average
of 7.4.percent and it is at
its lowest rate since Sep-
tember 2008.
Scott didn't focus on the
unemployment rate re-
maining relatively steady.
Instead, during ,a stop at
a Jacksonville manufac-
turing plant, he touted a
separate set of numbers
that showed \hat the state
added thousands of jobs
last month.
"I am proud to say that
Florida families are get-
ting back to work and that
Florida has the'best cli-
mate for business," Scott
'said in statement.
He proclaimed that with
the latest job creation
numbers he was now


more than halfway to his
2010 campaign promise
of creating 700,000 jobs in
seven years.
Scott's 7-7-7 plan called
for deep cuts in spending
and large tax cuts as part of
a strategy to stimulate the
economy. While spend-
ing did drop initially, the
size of the state budget in-
creased this year. GOP leg-
islators have also rejected
some of the larger tax cuts
sought by Scott.
Scott on Friday didn't
mention Crist by name,
but noted that the state's
unemployment, rate went
up in "the four years be-
fore I took office." The Re-
publican Party of Florida,
however, did hit Crist, who
switched to the Demo-
cratic Party last year anW
is considered a likely chal-
lenger in 2014.
The party released a vid-
eo highlighting the rising
unemployment rate dur-
ing Crist's time in office
and included a clip of the
former governor saying in
2011. that Scott was "laser
focused" on jobs.
'Democrats responded
forcefully, maintaining
that the gradual recov-
ery in the state should be
seen .as vindication .of the
job that President Barack
Obama is doing.
"Rick Scott's claim that
he' is responsible for Flor-
ida's slowly growing econ-
omy is a cheap re-election
gimmick," said : Florida
Democratic Party Chair
Allison Tanfit. "The truth is
thatf-Florida's slow recov-


ery is part of a national
economic turnaround un-
der President Obama."
During his -State of the
State speech in March
Scott contended he didn't
care who got credit
"Maybe I am not a poli-
tician but I think this is a
great debate to have," he
said at the time. "It cel-
ebrates the fact that our
economy, is once again
creating jobs."
He took credit on Friday
for the creation of 369,100
"private sector" jobs since
December 2010. But dur-
ing that same time period
there has been a loss of
government jobs due to
state and local budget cuts
bringing the overall growth
to just under 337,000 jobs.


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NOTICE LAND USE CHANGE
The Marianria City Commission will conduct a public hearing:
on September 3,: 2013 at 6:00 p.m., in the City Commission
.Chambers located at 2897 Jefferson Street, Mariannia, Florida
to consider the; adoption of the following Ordinances:

1. Ordinance' 1020: An, CITY OF MARIANNA "
Ordinance amending the FUTURE LAND USE J
Comprehensive Plan of thfie '
City of Marianna, specifically
City of Marianna initiated ; ... I.
(1) text amendments to ,.,
the Future Land Use and O i m
Infrastructure Elements of ? E2 | --.
the Comprehensive Plan and I ....
(2) updates to the Futurel .i--
Land Use Map; providing "for
severability and for repealer; "-/' --
providing for an effective date.- ,

2. Ordinance 1021:An '
Ordinance amending ,
the Ordinance 815, i
which adoptedd the'
City -f.Marianna Land CITY OF MARIANNA "'
Development Regulations ZONING MAP
and Ordinance.952,
which amended the
City of Marianna Land
Development Regulations "
to providelfor (1) text ,
changes to Part 111 of trie
City'ofMariannaCode "="
U",
(Land Development Code); SI
and (2) updates to the ..L......,-..
Zoning Map; providing = ",. --
for severability and for
repealer; providing for an -
effective date.

3. Such other matters as
may come before the Marianna City Commission

At this hearing, the Marianna City Commission will accept public
testimony and will consider the adoption of the Comprehensive Plan
Amendment and the Amendment to the Land Development Code.
All interested parties are invited to attend the public hearing and
comment upon the Amendmentsor submit their- comments in writing to the
Marianna City Commission. Further information concerning the proposed
amendments can be obtained from the Municipal Development Director
at City Hall, at 2898 Green Street, Marianna, Florida, 32446, or by calling
(850) 482-2786, between the hours of 8:00 A.M and 4:30 P.M., Monday
through Friday, excluding holidays.
Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made
by the Marianna City Commission with respect to any matter considered
at this hearing, such person will need a record of the proceedings, and for
this purpose such person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record,includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is based. The City of Marianna does riot provide or
prepare such record pursuant to F.S. 286.0105.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons
with disabilities needing a special accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the City Clerk at City Hall, at 2898 GreenStreet,
Marianna, Florida, 32446, or by calling (850)482-4353, no later than three
(3) days prior to the proceedings.
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FIELD DAY MUST GOON


T A h'e rain didn't stop the 35th annual Peanut Field Day
Thursday in Greenwood it did force a relocation. Instead
V of the 150 participants travelling around the North Florida

Research and Education Center's fields to hear presentation by
researchers, as they have traditionally done in years past, the event
was moved to a research building normally used to process center's
crops. The researchers, who came from Gainesville, Milton" and
Quincy as well as the North Florida Research and Education Center,
addressed a wide variety of topics such as herbicides, fungicides and
peanut diseases as well as peanut varieties, irrigation and harvest
schedules. Barry Tillman, a professorof agronomy at the center$ said
this year's early dry spell followed by a late wet spell could have a big
impact on the harvest. He said the rain affects the crop in several
ways. Cloudy days will reduce the peanuts growth rate while crops
in low areas can be drowned by pooled up water. The mixture of hot
and humid weather could also encourage plant diseases, he added.


CONCERT IN THE PARK


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN

ig Papa and the Shuffle Brothers Band brought the annual
Concert in the Park summer music series to a close Thursday
night, with a blues show featuring classic tunes as well as their
own creations.


Nelson laments D.C. partisanship


The Associated Press
ORLANDO U.S. Sen.
,Bill Nelson on Friday urged
the leaders of Florida's 410
municipalities to pressure
-their federal lawmakers
into ending the partisan-
,ship that has kept legisla-


tion on immigration, the
budget and transportation
from passing in Washing-
ton in recent months.
The Democrat made his
plea at the League of Cities
conference in Orlando.
"It seems like Con-
gress can't get along these


days," Nelson said. "It's
terribly frustrating and
disappointing."
He said Florida's mayors
and city council leaders
can play a role by demand-
ing that their lawmak-
ers end the gridlock in
Washington.


Beyonce, Jay-Z
surprise Miami fans,
'MIAMI Beyonce and.
Jay-Z surprised fans gath-:
ered outside a beachfront
. mansion in Miami where
SBeyonce was shooting a
.video.
Police blocked off part
of Golden Beach while
Beyoncewas filming
Thursday night' Residents
Were told if they didn't film
or take pictures during .
the shoot that the couple
would come out after .they
wrapped and mingle.
Jay-Zwas in South
Florida performing the
final leg of his Legends of
Summer tour with Justin
Timberlake.
The Miami Herald
reports that witnesses said
the couple was very kind,
and playful' with the young
kids and teens waiting
outside."

Decomposing body
found in woods
KISSIMMEE -Authori-
ties are investigating after
a partially decompos-
ing body was found in a
wooded area in central
Florida.
Osceola County Sheriff's
detectives were called to
the scene Saturday after
the caretaker .of a property
in Kissimmee complained
of a foul smell while he
was mowing the lawn. The
caretaker went searching
Sfor the source of the odor
and stumbled upon the
body.
Authorities are working
with the medical exam-
iner to help identify the
individual and the cause
of death.
Anyone with informa-
tion is asked to call Crime-


line at-800-423-TIPS
(8477).

Two charged in fatal
drive-by shooting
WINTER HAVEN-- Two
men have been charged
with second-degree
murder after authorities"
say they shot a man in a
drive-by shoot ng in Win-
ter Haven.
Authborities say 25-
year-old Carl Booker got
into a fight outside of a
Winter Haven bar.earlier
this mbnth.He was later
seen in another argument
with the same group at a
nearby store. ,
Polk County Sheriff's
deputies saya driver in.
white SUV approached
Booker while he was
standing outside, yelled "I
told you I was gonna get,
you" and then fired several
shots, killing Booker.
Deputies charged
24-year-old Alexander
Rodriguez and 23-year-
old Alfred Ervin on Friday.
Rodriguez was already in
jail on unrelated charges.

13-year-old charged
with shooting teen.
ST. PETERSBURG,,- A
13-year-old St. Petersburg
teen was charged with
attempted murder Friday
after authorities said
he fired several shots at
another teen who was
taunting him. '
The teen turned himself
in at a police station and
was booked into a juvenile
detention center follow-
ingWednesday's shoot-
ing. The Associated Press
is not identifying him
because he's'a minor.
According to St. Peters-
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sidewalk of a residen-
tial neighborhood with
a group of teens when
15-year-old Dinarick Ford
rode by on a bike. The
teens exchanged heated
words and the suspect
allegedly pulled out a
small-caliber gun and ,
'fired'several times, hitting
Ford three times in the up-
Sper body,' police said.
Ford fell from, his bike
and stumbled onto a
neighbor's lawn. He .
remains hospitalized
with serious but non-life-
threatening injuries.

Man gets 40 years
in girl's death
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
A Jacksonville man
has been sentenced to "
40 years in prison for the
2009 death of a 16'-month-
old girl he was babysitting.
Prosecutors. say 37-year-
old Torey Leonard Jenkins
was watching Destiny
Patterson when she was
seriously injured while
the child's mother was at
nursing school. The girl
was taken to a nearby
hospital and died the next
day. The FloridaTimes-
Union (http:/./www.
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ports an autopsy showed
the girl had multiple blunt
force impacts to her head,
which caused severe brain
injuries.
Authorities say Jenkins
fled the area but was
eventually arrested on an
unrelated charge in Knox-
ville, Tenn.

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thorities say they crashed
nearly head-on into each
other.
The Florida Highway'.
Patrol reports that 40-
year-old TracyArnold
was riding aYamahaYZ85
dirt bike, and 36-year-old
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were riding in opposite
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they ran into each other.
The man and woman
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Their vehicles and died at
the scene. '
YHP says neither rider
was wearing a helmet.
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Rester Eugene
Douthit
Rester Eugene "Rex"
Douthit age 88 of Sneads
passed away on Friday,
August 16, 2013 in Jackson
Hospital after a brief ill-
ness. He was born in Roar-
ing River, North Carolina
on May 7, 1925. Mr.
Douthit resided at 7633 Old
Spanish Trail, Sneads, Flor-
ida since 1950. He retired
from Gulf Power Compainy
as Maintenance Superin-
tendent after 37 years of
service. In addition, he was
a farmer and cattleman. He
was also an avid quail
hunter.'
Mr. Douthit was preced-
ed in death by his wife of 55
years, Jessie Mae Smith
Douthit and a daughter
Linda D. Barrentine. He is
survived by a sister, Mary
Ethel Stuart. Additionally
he is survived .. by sons,
Jesse Francis Douthit (Car-
ol) and family, Stephanie
Dduthit, James Douthit
' -and Jordan Douthit: Robert
A. Douthit (Tarol) and fam-
ily Destinee Douthit, Orion
Douthit and Faith Douthit;
SRandall Douthit (Shirley)
and a daughter BonnieD.
Wright (Nick) and family
'Stephen. Wright (Amber)
and Gary Wright; and
grandson. Jason Barrentine
(Karla). He has, 9 great-
-grandchildren. Mr.
;Douthit is also survived by
a.. special brother-in-law
Jerrym Smith (Kristen); and
his faithful companion
: "Spud".
SThe family will be staying
at Mr. Douthit's home. In
lieu of flowers please make
donations to the Covenant
Hospice, 4215- Kelson Ave
Ste E, Marianna, FL 32446
or the- charity of your
choice. .
Funeral'services will be
held on Monday, August
19, 2013 at 2 P.M. in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Hdme with Rev. Steve
'Benefield officiating. Inter-
ment 'will' follow in
Pinecrest Memorial Gar-
Sdens.
A time of visitation will
be held on Sunday, August
18, 2013 from 3 to'5 P.M. at
Marianna Chapel Funeral
.Home.
Marianna Chapel Fu-
neral Home of MNarianna,
FL, (850) 526-5059, is in
charge of arrangements.
Express condolences at
'www.mariannachapelfh.com

John G: Parks
John. G. Parks age 96 of
Deatsville, AL. formally of
Marianna, FL passed away
Thursday, August 15/2013
after an extended illness.
He was preceded in
death by his wife Ruth
*Neely Parks.
Mr; Parks is survived by
one son John Parks and
wife Frances, two grandson
John Parks and wife Jane,
and David. Parks and wife
Linda, one 'great grand-


daughter Lauren Parks.
Services for Mr. Park will
be held from the graveside
at 11:00A.M., Monday, Au-
gust 19, 2013 in Pincrest
Memorial Gardens with
Pastor Olivia Poole officiat-
ing. A time of remem-
brance will be held prior to
the service at 10:00 AM. in
the Marianna Chapel Fu-
neral Home.
In lieu of flowers, dona-
tions may be made to the
Marbury Senior Center
C/0 Autauga County Aging
Programs Office, 165 W.
5th Street, Prattville, Alaba-
mina 36067.
The family wishes to
thank the staff of Merry
Wood Lodge for the care
given to Mr. Parks.
SMarianna Chapel Funer-
al Home of Marianna, FL,
(850) 526-5059, is in
charge of arrangements.
Express condolences at
www.mariannachapelfh.com

Ella Vaudine
Tharpe Scott
Ella Vaudine Tharpe'
Scott, 81 of Chipley, passed
away Friday, August 9; 2013
at her residence.
Ella was born January 3, 4
1932 in Jackson County to
George and Thelma .(Bush)
Tharpe. She had lived in
the panhandle for fifteen
years since coming from
SAtlanta, Georgia where she
Worked in administration
for USF&G insurance com-
pany.
She was preceded in
death by her parents
George and Thelma
Tharpe; husband: W.M.
.Scott; daughter: Donrifia
Scott; two brothers: Buford
Tharpe, Herman Tharpe;
two sisters: Mildred Role,
Ruth Griffin. *'
She is survived by her
daughter: 'Theressa Rogers
of Jacksonvile, FL;. two
brothers: Loyd Tharpe of
Cottondale, 'Fl., Lenwood
Tharpe of Bonifay, Fl.; 4
:grandchildren; 3 great
grandchildren. '
Services will :be held
l1lanm. Saturday, August
24, 2013 at Piney Grove
Baptist 'Church in
Cottondale, Florida with
Rev. David .,Taylor officiait-
ing. Interment will follow
in :Piney Grove Baptist
Church cemetery in
Cottondale. Obert Funeral
Home of Chipley directing.
SFamily will ,receive,
friends at Piney Grove Bap-
tist Church in Cottondale,
following the service.
Obert Funeral Home
(850)-638-2122 is in
charge of arrangements.
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Dogs
From Page 1A
had died and were being
cannibalized as the sole
source of food.
A medical examination
of the remaining animals
revealed numerous health
issues, some of which
were determined to be life
threatening.
Investigators were able
to identify the owners of
the dogs as Westman and


Kluth. .On Friday, investi-
gators secured arrest war-
rants for the pair for -42
counts of animal cruelty.
Investigators have been
unable to locate Westman
and Kluth and have reason
to believe that they may
have left the area.
SSheriff Lou Roberts is
asking anyone with infor-
mation as to the where-
abouts of Westman and
Kluth to call the Sheriff's
Office at 482-9648 or
Jackson County Crime
Stoppers at 526-5000.


Walton County

Second arrest made in 2011 Coach store burglary


From staff reports


The Walton County
Sheriff's Office reports
that a second arrest has
been made in connection
with the 2011 burglary of
a designer goods store.
On Sept. 22, 2011, the
Coach store at the Silver
Sands Outlet in Walton
County was burglar-
ized and about $300,000
worth of purses were.
stolen. An improvised
jamming device was


Tickets
From Page 1A
Aug. 29 with Sweet Po-
tato Pie, sharing a blend
of Americana, blue-
grass, country, gospel
and blues-laced music.
The group has created a
new musical style called
"sweetgrass," which
includes elements of
country, classical, blues
and bluegrass.
Voices of Lee, a 16-
Smember a cappella vo-
cal ensemble from Lee
University in Cleveland,
Tenn., will perform on
Oct. 4. .
On Jan. 16, 2014, con-
certharpist Anna Maria
Medietawill present the
passionate and sensu-
ous music of the Argen-
tine Tango and Spanish
Flemenco complete
with Latin instruments
and flamenco dancers.


FCAT
From Page 1A

Some of the other factors
include points awarded
based on things like the
number'of students who
are participating in ac-
celerated courses,' dual-
enrolled in college, tak-
ing, advanced placement
course or programs that
will lead toward industry
certification' in a trade
Sor other' job skill. The
schools also get points
based on the number of
students who graduate
qOn time from the four
grades of high school, or
within five years. Schools
are also awarded points
based on the number of
at-risk students who grad-
uate, and for the num-
ber of students who are
working .toward college


Pie
From Page 1A
American. Airlines hearc
them talking about their
sessions, '.and wanted tc
come listen. Warning hei
that .'they weren't ver3
good, Stead invited her tc
listen in.
That friend, who was 6;
at th'e time, made a com.
ment somewhere alonj
the way that evening.
"You know what yot
guys need?;, "she asked.
"No, what?,"" Steac
replied.
"You need a bass guitar,'
the friend answered.
"Really? Do you plain
bass?," Stead inquired.
"No, but I've alway,
wanted to learn," he:
friend answered.
And so the trio begai
working together. It was
struggle at first, to say thf
least For the sole purposE
of helping themselves
keep time, they started(
singing together, too. I
worked, eventually..
The first thing I re
member us playing, tha
we could actually recog
nize as a song was "Yoi
Are My Sunshine," Stea(
said. Every now and their
as time progressed, Stea(
would dust off some o
the songs she'd written ii
secret over the years, an(
she added more originals


used by the suspects to to conclude that four the Walton County Jail on


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systems.



DuFarias-Fadraga Sheringff's
the course
of the- in-
vestigation,
the Walton
County
Faras-FadragaSheriff's
Office
developed a suspect
named Fabian Fabian.
Investigators interviewed
Fabian -and gained in-
formation that led them


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readiness in their high
school coursework.
As students prepare for
the start .of a new school
Year on Monday, they
and their teachers will be'
'woddng on. a challenge;
further immersing them-
selves in the state's evolv-
ing educational system
and eventually, adjust-
ing to the new way their
school scores will be' cal-
culated. At the same time,
they're still bound to the
old FCAT system of test-
ing teacher effectiveness
and student gains.
Florida educators and
students are 'transition-
ing into the Common
Core' Curriculum. Jt has
been fully implemented
in grades pre-K-2, and is
coming on line gradu-
ally for.the upper grades.
It requires: them to. delve
deeper into their subject
matter with the goal of,


Sso far, she's written 20.
Although .learning to
play 'their instruments
was sometimes a difficult
I task for each, their vo-
r cal harmonies had more
Quickly meshed. "Wheni
r we started, we could sing
Better that we could play,"
Sshe said.
Pretty soon, their prac-
Stifce paid off in a way that
- surprised them all; they
g had something that other
people wanted to hear.
i From the start, they'd put
their own signature 'on
i some old bluegrass favor-
ites. Stead said she wasn't
Necessarily a .big fan of
bluegrass at first because
y- she didn't enjoy the pre-
dominant style employed
s by male-dominated
r bands. When asked by a'
friend .what in the world
i she was doing playing
i. bluegrass, she had to an-
e swer, "Because Penny had
e a banjo." Stead said that,
s since the main purpose
i in the beginning was fel-
t lowship with a friend, the
style of music mattered
- little. Bluegrass was the
t only choice, though when
- her friend broke open
u that banjo case. "What
d other style of music uses a
i banjo? It was that simple,"
d Stead commented. "We
f took what we liked and
i put our stamp on it we
d saywe 'Pie-fled' it"
3; When a friend who had


suspects were involved
with the burglary. Fa-
bian was arrested and
admitted to creating the
jamming device used
in the burglary. Several
purses from the Coach
store were recovered
from his residence in
Miami.
On Aug. 6, police arrest-
ed 29-year-old David Far-
ias-Fadraga from Miami
in connection to the bur-
glary. He was booked into


Closures
From Page 1A
information to assist reg-
ulatory agencies enforc-
ing commercial vehicle
compliance..
Construction activities
are weather dependent


Jobs
From Page 1A

nonagricultural employ-
ment was 7,549,660 in July
2013, an increase of 27,600
jobs over the month.


various charges related
to the Silver Sands Out-
let Cbach store burglary
- burglary of a structure,
grand theft first degree,
impairment of a commu-
nication system to further
a burglary and criminal
mischief with damage
exceeding $1,000.
Farias-Fadraga is cur-
rently being held at the
Walton County Depart-
ment of Corrections on a
$1 million bond.


and may be delayed or re-
scheduled in the event of
inclement weather. Motor-
ists, pedestrian and bicy-
clists are reminded to trav-
el with care through .the
work zone and to watch for
construction equipment
and workers entering and
exiting the roadway.


The unemployment
rate for. the Chipola.
Workforce Board Region,
which includes Calhoun,
Holmes, Jackson, Liberty
and Washington .coun-
ties, was 6.7 percent in
July, holding steady from
June.


Calhoun 7.1
Holmes 6.5
Jackson 6.1
Liberty 6.7
Washington 8.3.
Chipola Region 6.7


graduating students with
better critical thinldking
skills and a broader scope
of understanding and
application of what they
learn. Instead of simply
memorizing the elements
on the periodic table, they
will be learning more
about combinations of el-
ements and the reactions
those cause, for instance.
Instead of simply study-
ing text from Shakespeare,
they might scour current
newspaper reports to find
real-world, modern-day
comparisons to some of
the scenarios presented in
his plays,, and explore the
parallels and implications
they consider in compar-
ing the two.
Jennifer See, Director of
Middle and High School
Curriculum, said one of
the biggest challenges in
that transition will be the
planning !process. It will


heard them, practice in-
vited' the women to per-
form at a big street festival
as wandering musicians
one year, they were ex-
cited about the oppor-
tunity, but, weren't very
confident; they wanted to.
know if they had to pay to
play.
SThey didn't. And these.
days, people have to pay
to hear Sweet Potato Pie
play and sing. The band
has grown to four mem-
bers, with the other three
current members joining
Stead as the banjo player
retired from the stage at
age 73, and the bass play-
er at age 63 or so. They'll
be sharing the stage with
some bluegrass luminar-
ies later this year, sched-
uled to appear with Rhon-
da Vincent and the Rage
and with Dailey and Vin-
cent at an October event.
They're also working on
a project with Tom T. Hall
and his wife, Dixie.
No matter how big. they
may someday get, the
band maintains a tradi-
tion it started in their very
earliest days of public
performing in the early
2000s. They sell sweet po-
tato pies at every venue
possible. It's less about
making money than it is
about advancing another
signature for the band. It's
one they hope will please
the folks 'in their Chipola


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require teachers-to work
more closely together,
within their grade levels,
as well as up and down
the range and across, sub-
ject matter. That increased
group planning could
present a time manage-
ment challenge because
the teachers will still have
to find time to do their
own individual classroom
planning, with no addi-
tional time in the school
day to block it in. But See
says she believes dedica-
tion is strong in the facul-
ty and-she suspects that, if
need be, they'll carve 'out
some 'personal time to
plan for the classroom.
She said the teachers
have already received ex-
tensive training individu-
ally and in groups in the
intensification of the team
approach to teaching and
that they're ready to take
it to thenext level.'


College audience who
have a sweet tooth for the
southern staple; they'll
sell tart-sized sweet po-
tato pies in'the lobby, at
$2.50 each. That's a bar-
gain price compared to
what the treats go for
the band's home state
of North Carolina, "the
sweet potato capital of
the world," Stead claims.
The band is sponsored by
the North Carolina Sweet
Potato Growers, to top off
that connection.
Another thing that sets
the band apart is the will-
Singness to teach'others;
with 11 children between
them at one point, all
have a soft spot for kids
and a special way with
them. They can be booked
for teaching sessions, and
Stead commented that,
if a local teacher wanted
them too, they could
probably hastily arrange
a session at a local school
for a nominal fee while
they're in the area. For
more information about
the group, the band has a
website easily searched by
* name.
Foundingmemberswere
Stead, banjo player Penny
Oman, and bass player
Angela Murphy. Current
members are Stead/,banjo
player Crystal Richardson,
bass player SandyWhitley
and fiddle-player Carrie
Webster.


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'" 'BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcflonidan.corn
A
For the Sneads Pirates, this off-season has
.. .+ o .: been about transition: transitioning to a
"-''i. -"...'-' -,.. .. new coaching staff, a new summer workout
*' j:" .~:program, and new offensive and defensive
~systems.
Among the most glaring of the changes in
2013 might be the makeup of the Pirates' of-
fensive attack, with new coach Bill Thomas
hoping to eschew the run-dominant Sneads
attack of last season for a more balanced,
pass-oriented'approach.
In 2012, the Pirates were all about the
ground game, with the rushing attack ac-
counting for 85 percent of the team's 3,004
totdl yards of offense.
b.-.,.- Of the, team's 482 offensive plays
from scrimmage, 433 (90 percent) were
That ratio appears set to change dramati-
....:': cally under~the stewardship of Thomas, who
: '- :' .,said he has always believed that a balanced
attack is the best way to move the football at
r_ IL L any level of competition.
Head Coach Bill Thomas is surrounded by a sea of Pirates as the team prepares to return to the field during a recent.practice. See SNEADS, Page 2B


MARIANNASET TO START


D during a drill Thursday, Marianna's Ansley
Carter tries to ring a nearby net with a
volleyball. The Lady Bulldogs open the season
with a jamboree Tuesday in Blountstown.


JV Football

Hornets hoping for


big improvement

BY DUSTIN KENT position, turningg to the team
dkent@jcfloridan.com after not playing -as an eighth
grader, while receiver/cor-
The Cottondale Hornets' ju- nerback Dominique Pitt man
niorvarsity time had a rough comes back as the squad's ordnly
go of it in 2012, finishing with- starter on either side of the
out a win after opening upwith bal.
a preseason victory over Port The rest of the Hornets' roster
St. Joe. is composed of playersshort on
The Hornets will try to turn experience, which leaves the
things around this season team with a lot more questions
with. a new quarterback and than answers heading into the
only one returning starter, season.
but second-year coach De- "This year we're relying on
meetrius Beachum. said, he some guys that have never
believes his team is poised to played football before," Bea-
improve. chum said. "They showed they
"There's no way to go but up might have some potential
when you're at the bottom, over .the spring, but we didn't
but we have the potential to play a Spring game, so I didn't
be a little bit better, T think," see what theywould do in the
the coach said. "We have more heat of battle, so I don't know
pieces to the puzzle and more what to expect."
options on offense. I think our Though the Hornets won't
quarterback position will be have a lot of experienced play-
stronger this year andf maybe ers, they will have a deeper ros-
our passing game l bealittle ter, with the coach saying he
bit better." expects to have around seven'
Freshman Michael, Black
takes over at the quarterback See HORNETS, Page 28


Report: A-Rod camp leaked docs implicating Braun


The Associated Press
NEWYORK- Members ofAlex
Rodriguez's inner circle obtained
and leaked documents that im-
plicated Ryan Braun and other
players in using performance-
enhancing drugs, "60 Minutes"
reported Friday.
Citing unidentified sources,
the CBS news show said the leak
occurred in February, days after
the Miami New Times published
documents implicating the
Yankees star in the Biogenesis
investigation.
In the Miami New Times docu-
ments, the names of Braun and
one of Rodriguez's teammates,
catcher Francisco Cervelli, are
redacted. "60 Minutes" reports
that members of Rodriguez's
camp obtained unredacted
versions and leaked them to


BOB KORNEGAY
Otters in the woods?
Who knew? See more
on Page 4B.


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Sports Briefs
High School Football
Jamborees
Friday Holmes County at
Graceville, 7 p.m.; Marianna
at Wakulla, 6:30 p.m'Sneads
vs.-West Gadsden/Munroe in
Quincy, 6:30 p.m.

High School volleyball
Graceuile and Cottondale
,ilcompete in a preseason
classic at'Chipley High School
on Tuesday and Thursday, with
Graceville playing Bethlehem
at4 p.m. and Cottondale vs.
Vernon at 7 p.m. on Monday.
On Tuesday, GHS will play
Holmes County at 4 p.m. and
Cottondale will play Bethle-
hem at 6 p.m.
Sneads will travel to Leon
High School for a preseason
classic Friday and Saturday
with matches against John Paul
Catholic and Maclay.
Marianna will also compete
in a preseason classic Tuesday
in Blountstown.

Marianna Recreation
Soccer
Marianna Recreation Depart-
ment will offer five soccer
leagues to give boys and girls
the opportunity to play soccer.
Registradtion for youth ages
5-18 will be held through the
Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at The Marianna Educational
and Recreational Expo (MERE)
located at 3625 Caverns Road
in Marianna.
The registration fee for soc-
cer is $30 for participants who
live inside the city limits of
Marianna and $45 for partici-
pants who live outside the city
limits. The fee must be paid
with a check or money order.
No cash will be accepted.
All participants must bring a
copy of their birth certificate.
The age of all participants
on Aug. 1 of the current year
will be the player's age for the
entire season.
The number of leagues and
corresponding ages could
vary depending on tbe total
number of participants that
register. Anyone that may be
interested in coaching a team
or officiating youth soccer

See BRIEFS. Page 2B


to respect the appeal process,
the drumbeat of false allegations
continues."
Rodriguez has been suspended
for 211 games through the 2014
season. He is allowed to play
until a decision is issued by ar-
bitrator Fredric Horowitz, which
is not expected until at least No-
vember. Braun, the Milwaukee
Brewers slugger, accepted a 65-
game suspension last month.,
All-Stars Nelson Cruz, Jhonny
SPeralta and Everth Cabrera were
banned 50 games -apiece Aug.
5 when Major League Baseball
, disciplined 13 players, including
Cervelli, for their relationship to
Biogenesis of America, a Florida
anti-aging clinic accused of dis-
tributing banned performance-
enhancing drugs.


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the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday in New York.
Yahoo! Sports. Alex this time by driving a
Rodriguez's lawyer, David. wedge between Alex and other
Comwell, denied the allegations players in the game," he said in
to"60 Minutes." a statement to the show. "While
"The allegations are untrue Alex focuses on baseball and re-
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Sn a ds intricacies of his system and
S e ad ~ mastering all of the'little de-
From Page B tails that go into playing QB,
but big play potential is very
"Football is football, and ifs evident
very important to be 50-50," "He's one of those kids that
he said. "One dimension is when everything else breaks
only going to take you so far. down he can still make a play
Now, if we get in the game and out of it," Thomas said. "He
we're running the football and has the foot speed to make
they can't stop us running, you pay for blitzing. He's one
we're going to run the ball to of those guys that as a defen-
put the game away. We're not sive coordinator you hate re-
going to pass just to pass. But ally sending too much pres-
if you're doing things to force sure at him because if you
us to beat you throwing the don't catch him quick, he's
football, that's what we're go- gone. But he throws the ball
ing to do." well too. He throws it really
SThe Pirates passed for 447 well. He's catching on fast
yards on 49 attempts all of He's a good kid, very coach-
last season, all of that coming able. I trust him.'I '
from Darius Williains,.who re- Taylor will "have some ath-
turns for his final season but letic weapons on the outside
will be taking on a different to throw to in' the 6-foot-
role this year. 6 Brown, Williams, Durn,.,
The athletic 6-foot-3 senior Devonte Green, and Devante
is slotted to be the team's full Pettis, and the coach said
time 'free safety on defense,. that the group has improved
and will perform a sort of' a great deal since spring in
'slash' role on offense, with developing as-all around pass
the Pirates using him in a va- -catchers. ,
riety of ways., "Our base routes are getting
"We're going to put the: ball really good and our timing
in Darius' hands at receiver, with base routes is good," he
half-back, and quarterback; said. "When we first started in
He's going to touch theball of- spring, it was so bad that just
ten," Thomas said. "We'll have kind of beat my head against
plays set up just for him, but the 'wall; but that part is 'get-
.it's hard for him because he's ting- really good. Our route
had to learn every position. ; running has gotten much bet-
But he's pretty tough." ter. Coach Rob Hubbsis doing:
-The players who appears to a goof job stressingthe routes
Shave the inside track on the for them.
Starting quarterback job is "The. biggest thing they've
senior Josh Taylor, who trans'- got to learn is that the things
'ferred back in this year from that you do when the ball is
'Blountstown, after leaving notinyour hands are what will
Sneads following his sopho- win ballgames, like run block-
more season when he started ing and route running when
at QB for the Pirates' junior the ball is not going to them.
varsity team. Everyone works hard when
Thomas said hathtTaylor will the ball is in their hands, but
start in the team's jamboree they've got to focus on doing
Friday ,against West Gadsden everything wide open."
and. Munroe, but Williams, There havebeen somerough
Antwan Durn, and "possibly patches through the process"
Alphonso Brown will all get, of changing the offensive sys-
reps at QB. tern and approach, but Thorn-.
S But it's Taylor whoo wi'l get as said'it takes dedication and'
the-first opportunity to im- persisten6e to get this group
press against live competition fully acclimated to playing his
after impressing the coach- way effectively and efficiently.
ing staff through the first two "If you want to be balanced,
weeks of fall practice, you've got to practice being
."Jshhas gotten a lot better, balanced, and weive really'
He's throwing 'the ball well," done that," he said. "We've put
Thonas -said. "The whole the time in 50-50 in practicing
system we've put together as' each-part of the game (run and
Sfar as checks and stuff, he's pass). There are parts of the
Behind, but the physical stuff run game that we are ahead of
as far as throwing the football. the passing game in, and parns
and running the football7 he's of the passing game that are
as good -as anybody we'll see ahead of the run game in. But
thisyear .' I think in a couple of weeks'.'
The coach said that Taylor we'll be really close. All the
is still, playing catch-up when. tools are there; we just haven't
it comes to grasping all the broken it all in vet."
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Brady sharp in win over Bucs

The Associated Press


FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Tom
Brady's knee passed its first big
test, his arm was as good as ever
and his brain impressed his new
top wide receiver.
"Tom's like a coach out there on
the field," DannyAmendola said.
"He knows every intricacy of thd
offense."
Brady completed his first 11
passes, six of them to Amendo-
la, then missed on his last one
in the New England Patriots'
25-21 exhibition win -over the
Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Friday
night...
Just two days earlier, it seemed
as if Brady might iot play in the'-
game or in several of them -_
when'hedeparted practice.with a
left knee.injury. But an MRI was
negative and it turned out to be
just a sprain. -
"We're so far past that,"'Patriots
coach Bill Belichick said. of the
injury. "We're waybeyond that."
Here are five things we learned
from thePatriots'victory over the
Buccaneers:
Brady still has it
The, two-time: league MVP
completed 11.of 12 .passes for
197 yards just 13 days after his
36th birthday. He connected ons
all eight of his passes in his iLrst
series against Tampa Bay's first-.
String defense, capped by a 26-
yard -touchdown to Amendola.
Then he tossed a 2-point. con-'-
version to rookie tight end Zach
Sudfeld.
Tebow still doesn't have it
Patriots -third-string' quar-
terback' Tim 'Tebow had a bad,
Throwing night, completing just


New England quarterback Tom Brady looks to pass against the rush of
Tampa Bay defensiveend Da'Quan Bowers (91) in the preseason game Friday
in Foxborough, Mass.
one of seven passes. He .would half. But their pass protection
have gained more yards passing should improve once guards Carl
if they were aH incomplete since Nicks and Davin Joseph return.
the one that was caught resulted Nicks missed the last nine games
in a 1-yard loss.: last year and two exhibition
And he overthrew a ball that games thisyear with a toe jury.
was intercepted. But he did run Joseph missed all last season fol-
six times for 30 yards, second- lowing knee surgery and remains
most fbr the Patriots. In his other sidelined,.
game, he completed 4 of 12'pass-, But both.are expected back for
es for 55 yards. the season opener.


The Bucs can run
Tampa Bay had a strong ground
game even though leading rush-
er Doug Martin left.early with an
apparent minor injury.,
Martin ran just once for 4 yards,
Sbut Mike James added 81 yards
on 15 carries and Peyton Hillls
picked up 73 on 18.
Tampa Bay's pass
protection needs work
The Bucs allowed' four sacks
against the Patriots, all in the first


Patriots have tight end help
SRob Gronkowski is sidelined
following back surgery. Aaron ,
Hernandez is in jail after plead-
ing not guilty to murder. But Sud-
feld is giving Patriots fans hope
that the tight end problem may
not be so serious.
The undrafted free agent from
Nevada built on his 'outstand-
ing camp by catching a 22-yard
touchdown pass from Ryan Mal-
J.lett and a 2-point conversion
pass from Brady.


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... what he has seen from his new ,than passing, but we ,just want
lULI I QB Blackthus far, particularly his to do some more deceptive stiuf
Pag:, ,* ,practice habits.. and see if we can move'the ball
From ,,Pge 1B : "He has a great work ethic. He 0-yardsatatime.",
more: players this season than works harder than anybody at Cottohdale will open the sea-
last. practice," Beachum said. "He's son with Walton Middle School
"We have some numbers. We the first one there, the first one to on Sept. 10 on the road.
have some depth and some size," finish running sprints, he takes It.will be. the first of four tries
Beachum said. I "We can rest snaps after practice with the cen- for the Hornets to .get the win"
-' kids now and let some guys take -ter: he's that kind of kid. He al- that eluded them lastyear, with-
breathers in between plays and ways works hard and has a great 'Beachum saying that his return-
keep theri rested. In the spring attitude." ing players are determined not
we had 30 kids and we've been Cottondale -will call on Black to suffer through another winless
trying to cross train some guys to to do a bit more passing than season; . ::.i ,.
play different positions. That's a the Hornets did last year. with "A lot of kids wvho. experienced
luxury we didn't have last year. the coach saying he wants to 'the losing season are not there,
"Butwe'veneverseentheseguys find more offensive balance this' but the ones thatiare back know
in the heat of the game siwatidn. 'season, 'what it feels like to lose and they
LW 't"i'' tv"r' muc ," he.said
so we don't really know what we, "We're trying to even it up this didn't like it very much" he said.
have yet. The only thing we can year to 70-30 (run-to-pass ratio' "Maybe that will motivate them
go off of is game situations." and maybe 60-40," Beachum to workthatmuch harder to have
The coach said he ,has liked ,.said. "We'll stU be running more a better season thisyear." ,


A-Rod
From Page1B
Rodriguez admitted four
years. ago that he used
PEDs while withTexas from
2001-03 but has repeatedly
denied using them since.
LHis penaltywas more than
double" the previous high'
for a PED suspension.
SA-Rod's drug penalty was
for "his use and posses-
sion of numerous forms of
prohibited performance-


enhancingsubstances, in-
cluding testosterone and
human growth hormone
over the course of multiple
years," MLB said.,
His punishment under
'the labor contract was for
"attempting to cover up his
violations of the program
by engaging in a course of
conduct intended to ob-
struct and frustrate the of-
fice of thecommissioner's
-investigation.",
SCommissioner Bud Selig
.said Thursday he thought


the punimshmentwas "eni- -The 'inquiry 'escalated-. union along'with its' in.-, ing the final roind iof
nendt fali." in January when the Mi- '"tended penalties, start-':, negotiations.
"I have a job to do, and ami New Times published '
that's protectingthe integ- documents obtained from M,_
rity of the gameiand en-' former' Biogenesis' asso-
forcing it, and that's what ciatel Porter. Fisher that '
I'm going to do, he said "linked several. players to ""- -
MLB's investigation be-; ihe clinic.
gan last 'year after'"San'..-In'June, baseball sftruck
Francisco outfielder. and ,a .'deal for Biogenesis
All-Star game MVP Melky founder Anthony'Bosch to
Cabrera tested positive for cooperate.HB
elevated testOsterone, as After -holding investiga-,
did. Oakland pitcher Bar- tory, interviews' with the.
.tolo Colon and San Diego-players, MLB presented NI
catcherYasmani Grandal. evidence to the.fplayers'


Briefs
From Page IB ,
call the Marianna Recre-
ationDepartment at 482-
6228 or come by during
Registration.

Seminole Club schol-
arship dinner
The Panhandle Semi-
nole Club Kickoff Scholar-
ship Awards Dinner will.
be held Thursday at 6:30
pn.'in the First United
Methodist Church Wesley
.Center inMarianna.
The guest speaker will
be Florida State Seminoles
head baseball coach Mike
Martin, and this year's
four scholarship winners
will be introduced.
Call George Sweeney
ht 482-5526 for more
information.

Pirates Baseball golf
'tournament
The Sneads Pirates base-
ball team will be hosting
their third amnual Pirates
SBaseball golf tournament
on Saturday at-Indian
Springs Golf Course.
This willbe a three-
man scramble and a
SCalcutta will take place at


Beef'O'Brady's on Aug. 23
at 6p.m. Tee-bffwill be a
shotgun style that Starts
at 8:30 a.m. The cost will
be $60 a player or $180 a
team.
Lunch and prizes will be
provided at the tourna-
ment. Come out and enjoy
around of golf on one of
the last weekends before
college football kicks off.
Call Patrick Jones at
'850-557-2913 to regis-
terfteam or for more
information.

Optimist Club golf
tournament
The third annual NE
Jackson County'Optimist
Club Golf Tournament will
be held Sept. 13'at the 18-
hole championship golf
'course'at Indian Springs
Golf Club in Marianna.
Registration begins at
11 a.m. with a 12:30 p.m.
shotgun start.
The cost for the event
is $55, which includes '18
Holes of golf, green fee,
cart fee, meal and various
prizes.
To pre-register for the
event, call Liz Jackson at
850-557-8637 or James
Miller at 850-209-1621, or
fax your information to
850-526-1505:


Chipola Appreciation
Club
The ChipolaApprecia-
tion Club has kicked off its
annual membership drive.
The standard $250 mem-
bership provides Appre-
ciation Club seating and
Hospitality Room for four
guests at all home basket-
ball gamesand admission,
to all Chipola baseball and
softball games.


SThe Gold'$1,000 Mem-
bership provides reserved
seating for four guests and
general seating for two
more guests. A portion of
the dues is tax-deductible.
Call 850-718-2451.

.Spord items
Send all sports items to editorial@
jcfloridan.com, orfax them to
850-482-4478.The mailing address
for the paper is Jackson County
Floridan P.O. Box 520 Marianna, FL
32447.


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Dear Annie: My husband of 28 years has
been having long, intimate text conversa-
Itions with his father's hospice nurse for
several months while they both are caring
for my dying father-in-law. My husband
does this for hours every day.
I have told them that I would like one
of them to stop working with my father-
in-law. Neither has been willing. His
whole family is standing behind this
relationship and feels the two of them are
wonderful for each other and a new start
would be greatbecause both are in "love-
less" marriages. -
It is clear to me that they want to be
together..They have expressed deep love
for each other and have been intimate.
I am brokenhearted and want out. My
marriage has always been stressful and
occasionally abusive. We were hanging in
there, but by a string. This seals the deal.
Today, one sister is goihgto ask the
nurse to step down, I no longer care and
plan to move on. Should I be.honest-and
tell them to just keep her there, since I
no longer wish to continue in this mar-
riage? I actually feel-it would bp best for
Everyone.
BROKEN BEYOND REPAIR
Dear Broken: Then go right ahead. Your
marriage is not healthy, and it sounds like
S it hasn'tbeenfor along time.We never
recommend that people stay with abus-
ers. If you would be happier without this
man in your life, then lethim go. '.
We can assure you, however, that rela-
tionships that occuduridung an emotion-
Sally trying time often don't lastwhen.
the situation resolves itself. When your
Sfather-in-law no longer needs this type of
care, your husband may discover that his
passion for the nurse has dissipated. And
we won't get into the ethics of a hospice
nurse carrying on with a married family
member. Shame on both of them.

Dear Annie: My husband and I got a
newpuppy a week ago. She's very smart
and already mostly housetrained. She is a
little toy breed, tiny, fuzzy and cute with a
funny personality.
SThe problem is, everyone who sees her


wants to pet her and pick her up without
asking us whether that's OK. We love her
and understand her appeal, but we are
still in the process of training her. Having
all of these strangers come by is distract-
ing and could cause her to regress. After
someone picks her up, it takes a very long
-time for her to calm down and be able to
poop.
S How do I tell these people, "Yes, she
-is very cute and sweet, but she needs to
do her business right now, so could you
leave her alone?" I don't want to offend
anybody, but this time is crucial to her
training.
-WORKINGONIT
Dear Working You could reword that
just a bit and get your point across nicely.
Put a friendly smile oitybur face and tell
them, "Please don't pick her up. We're .
in the process of training her. She may
become overly excited and could have,
an accident in your arms. If you can wait
until she's finished, she'll be delighted-by
your attentions."

Dear Annie: "Wondering in.Clinton
STownship" thought it strange that her
S..sister Objects to mail addressed to "Aunt
Frances."TFrom the time I knew how to
send letters (of thanks and of conversa-
tion), I addressed those letters.to "Grand-
ma and Grand pa," 'Aunt Carolyn"andr
"Uncle Bill."
I'm in my 30snow;, and I still address '
letters and packages home to "Monm
and Dad," and correspondence to my
brothers is sent to "The Future Doctor!'"
and to "Josh's Dad." Letters and cards.are
personal things, and there's no reason
that the address cannot be as personal
a s the sender and recipient would be in a
face-to-face conversation.
S -LONGVIEW,WASH.
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Horoscopes

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
-Ajouirney will help you
choose a direction better
suited to your talents.
Don't let anyone make
you feel guilty for want-
ing to fulfill your dreams.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.
22) Spend some time
with people who share
your concerns. An event
for a cause you believe in
will result in an unusual
opportunity.
UBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)
- Don't worry so much
about what others think
You have your own style,
ideas and opinions, and
you deserve to be heard.
Beyour own person.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
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tions on what you can ac-
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innovative and strive to
bring a unique approach
to all your endeavors.
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information that will help
you join with someone
looking to venture down
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either at home or with
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that needs changing.
Take action based on
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your means.


World
Almanac

Today is the 230th day
of 2013 and the 59th day .
of summer. '
TODAY'S HISTORY:
In 1587, Virginia Dare
became the first English
child born in America.
In 1590, Roanoke Island
governor John White
returned from supply.
trip to England to find the
colony deserted.,! ; ;
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constitution was ratified,
extending the right to
vote to women. ;
In 2008, Pakista_'s Pres--
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resigned under threat of
impeachment.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS:
+ Meriwether Lewis (1774-
1809), explorer; Hal Foster
,(1892-1982), illustrator,...
Shelley Winters (1922-
2006), actress; Rosalynn
Carter-(1927- ), first-lady;
RobertGOlemente (1934-
1972), baseball player;
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now Fergie Duhamel.
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confirmed the name

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"Fergalicious" and "Big
Girls Don't Cry."
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to actor Josh Duhamel,
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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com


Otters in the woods? Who knew?


imagine enjoying an
afternoon at your
favorite fishing hole
when you catch a glimpse
of an unidentified animal
swimming near the bank
on the other side.
Trying to determine the
beast'sidenfty, most of us
in this part of the country
would probably guess
alligator, beaver, or maybe
an offer. These possibili-
ties make perfect sense to
us because these are the
animals we are most used
to observing in aquatic
environments.
However, if we observe
an unidentified creature
traveling overland through
the woods, we might be
inclined to believe it is one
of a host of other animals
totally unassociated with
a wetlands environment.
Consider an encounter I
had this week.
Squirrel season, opening
day.
I was sitting with my
back against a tree in a
hardwood forest wait-
ing for the bushytails to
become active. As usual,
my mind and eyes began
to wander, and I began to
observe different animal
species as they made their
morning rounds. There
were deer, of course, crit-
ters I always seem to see
plenty of when I'm hot
deer hunting. In addi-


BobKorInegay
Outdoors Columnist
tion, I watched a raccoon,
numerous birds and even
a solitary bobcat slinking
through the underbrush.
Suddenly, something dif-
ferent drew my attention.
A short distance away,
moving sinuously with an
undulating up-and-down
lope, was a sleek-furred
animal making its way lei-
surely across the clearing
I was watching. Built long
and low to the ground,
this was no critter these
tired old eyes had ever
seen in the middle of a dry
woodlot.
When my initial shock
wore off, I was able to
identify the animal as an
otter. Believe me, before I
determined my identifica-
tion as positive, I pinched
myself and looked two
or three times upon the
"intruder" with surprise
and disbelief. ,
Later, wildlife biologist
Bennett Moseley informed
me that several aquatic
animals, including river
otters, regularly utilize
land routes between ,


bodies of water and are
often mistaken for species
more commonly observed
on land.
"Otters often create
frequently traveled trails
across land between
aquatic feeding areas,"
Moseley said. "They can
sometimes be seen mak-
ing overland treks during
early morning or late
afternoon. They move
on land with a loping or
bounding motion, using
their long toes for gripping
the ground. They travel on
land surprisingly fast."
River otters have brown
to gray fur. Their bodies
are long and slender, with
small heads and wide
snouts. They have black
noses and white whiskers.
Adult males may measure
3 feet from head to rump,
with tails up to 18 inches
in length. Males weigh
up to 30 pounds, while
females are noticeably
smaller.
"Fish are the otter's
primary food," Moseley
said. "They commonly eat
sunfish, shad and carp,
but will feed on whatever
species is most abundant
and easiest to catch.
Crayfish and frogs are also
eaten if available. Otters
are powerful swimmers
and catch their food by
chasing it into shallow
water, where they catch


it with their strong front
feet"
According to Moseley,
river otters live alone
most of the year, generally
breeding from January to
April. The average litter
consists of two to four
pups that are cared for by
the female. Otters tend
to raise their young in
abandoned beaver dens
because they are unable
to dig their own burrows.
Wetlands created b bea-
ver dams make excellent
otter habitat.
"Although river otters
are aquatic carnivores
and are most often
observed swimming in
bodies of water ranging
from pools to rivers,"
said Moseley, "they will
indeed cut across land
if it's more convenient.
More than one person
has been surprised to see
them in places they don't
think they're supposed
to be."
So, next time you
observe a short, "weird,"
unidentified animal
bounding through the
forest; don't be so quick to
deduce that it is probably
a dog, a "long-tailed cait"
or some other land-dwell-
ing creature. It could very
well be an otter.
There really are otters '
in the woods. Believe it or
not.


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Source: Appealsfinmal hurdle'to HGH stin NFL


/ THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III (left) and head
coach Mike Shanahan talk during practice at the team's
training facility in Richmond, Va., on Thursday.


Redsldns GM:

no controversy

between RG3, coach


The Associated Press

RICHMOND, Va. -
Bruce Alien knows well
the history of Washing-
ton Redskins quarterback
controversies. Sonny Jur-
gensen vs. Billy Kilmer in
the '70s. Doug Williams
vs. Jay Schroeder in the
'80s. Heath Shuler vs. Gus
Frerotte in the '90s.
In 2013, the popular
take-sides issue isn't QB
vs. QB. It's QB vs. coach.
Robert Griffin.III vs. Mike
Shanahan. And Allen
doesn't see this one going
anywhere. ':
"I don't see a contro-
versy at all," Allen said
Friday.
Training camp came to


an end for the Redskins
on Friday, and from be-
ginning to end it was
dominated by Griffin's
return from major knee
surgery. The enormously
popular quarterback and
reigning NFL offensive
rookie of the year moved
well despite the brace on
his right knee, whether
he was rolling right on a
bootleg or sprinting 100-
plus yards along the rope
barriers to slap hands
with fans after practice.
It was a remarkable
sight, considering that
his surgery was seven
month ago for an injury
that often takes more
than a year to completely
heal.


The Associated Press

The "final hurdle" to test-
ing players for HGH this
season apparently involves
the NFL and union agree-
ing on whether Commis-
sioner Roger Goodell will
hear appeals for violations
other than a positive test,
according to a person who
works for the league.
The person sent an email
Thursday to The Associ-
Sated Press to update the
status of negotiations be-
tween the league and the
NFL Players Association.
The information was pro-
vided on condition of ano-
nymity because the sides'


talks about the drug policy
are supposed to remain
confidential.

rson said that
while -sev-
eral issues.
standing, in
the way0of
Goodell HGH testing
have been
resolved, "the final hurdle
appears to be" the union's
desire to have someone
other than Goodell rule
on appeals that involve
violations of the law Or
"demonstrated use" of a
performance-enh4nc-
ing substance without a
positive test.


The email adds that the
NFL does not "believe it
is appropriate further to
limit the commissioner's
disciplinary authority."
It also says: "We have
made clear to the NFLPA
.,that we are not prepared
to resolve issues relating to
HGH on a piecemeal basis.
Two years after agreeing
to HGH testing in the first
place, we think the goal
should be to reach a com-
prehensive agreement on
all aspects of HGH testing
so that the program can be
fully implemented for the
current season."
The league- and union
originally paved the way for


HGH testing in the 10-year
collectivebargainingagree-
ment they signed in August
2011, pending discussions
to resolve various details.
But two Super Bowls have
come and gone without a
single blood test for human
growth hormone having
been administered.,
Since the current CBA
went into effect, the sides
have haggled over several
aspects 'of the program,
including the appeals pro-
cess and the union's in-
sistence on a population
study to determine what
constitutes a naturally oc-
curring amount of HGH in
NFL players.


Fishing Report


Lake Seminole
Bass fishing is very slow.
There has been no consis-
tent bite to speak of. The
early-morning topwater
activity has dropped dras-
tically, and deep-water
ledge fishing with crank-
baits is probably the best
bet right now. Flipping the
thick main-lake hydrilla
patches has paid off for
some anglers.
Bream fishing has been
good. Crickets are tak-
ing good numbers of
bluegills with reasonable
consistency.
Crappies remain sum-
mertime slow, but a few are
being taken with minnows
by some diehard anglers
willing to brave the heat.
Catfish are quite con-
sistent and readily taking
worms and stinkbaits.
Lake Eufaula
Bass fishing is fair and
fish are active shallow
and deep. The best shal-
low-water action is on
the northern end of the
lake. Fish grass lines with
topwater baits for fair
results. Flipping is a good
technique in grass patches
leading back into shallow
coves and pockets. Also try
working the ledges with
deep-running crankbaits.
Bream are active both
early and late in the day.
However, the fish, though
appearing in large num-
bers, are very small as a
rule, with most anglers ig-
jnoring them. They may be


caught readily on crickets.
Catfishing is slow over-
all, but some good catches
have been reported late
in the afternoons and
at night. Try the flats at
prime feeding times, be-
tween dusk and nightfall.
Crappies may be taken
during the day on deep,
brushy flats near the
river channel. Fishjigging
spoons for the best results.'
Hybrids may be taken
in spots using live bait or
frozen shrimp. Look for
deep humps and sand-
harc wAithl sham lrnn-nffQ


being the most productive
bait atpresent.
Look for catfish to pos-
sibly bite in the tailraces of
both dams during the day
on cut baits and frozen
shad or shrimp. Also try
live baits or prepared baits
in slower currents near
bluff walls and sandbars,
especially near bends;
Generation schedules, pool levels:
and other such information for
area waterways may be obtained
by calling toll-free 1-888-771-4601.
Follow the recorded instructions
and access the touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River System.


dam on the southern end
Prime spots are near the ^... :, .'- ";: -.': ".';* ;-.'. * _. iy

of the lake.
Lake Andrews/
Chattahoochee River ,
Bass fishermen should 0 .

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right now. Also try a frog-
'colored Bang-O-Lure
during topwater time.
Near creek mouths and a
short distance up some of
the deeper creeks, a little
bass action is reported on
Texas-rig worms and shal-
low to medium crankbaits.
Bream are active in spots
early and late in the day
as well. Larger concentra-
tions of fish can best be
located by drifting along
steep bluff walls and slow-
ly presenting crickets and
earthworms, with worms


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Florida certified Correctional Officer or road near Blue Springs water & yard maint. fur-
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certification. Must be at least 19 years of $575. mo + dep. 850-638-7822
age, be a U.S. citizen and have no record Quiet, well maintained Park. Water/sewer/
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drug free and able to pass vigorous back- ( .TII +.
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FO RTI$ for a new career in tires, all in very
SI Medical Assisting, good condition. 2
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Pharmacy Technology, new seats, new Humminbird fish finder $3,995
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AA MN FURNISHD* Evinrude 225 h.p. (low hours), Trolling motor,
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Igreat front.and rea-,
AM/FM/tape/CD, towing pkg, roof rack, front
cloth bucket seats 2 rows bench seats. Runs
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gas mileage. $2,200.334-696-4767
Ford 1998 Explorer XLT, 4WD, SOHC V-6 Engine,
Low mileage engine and tires, new front end,
new rotors and pads all around. Weathertec
mats and cargo tray. Luggage rack and cargo '
roller cover. 2 volume set of dealer shop man-
uals, well maintained, garage kept. Much more.
Priced below KBB. $3,500. Call 334-886-2163
i GMC 2001 Yukon XL Denali
Burgundy w/beige leather
interior and heated seats.
Front and rear AC controls.
equrpped-with Bose 6 CD changer system.
Comes with tinted windows and rear defogger
also has third row seats and is fully loaded.
Has keyless entry and security system in place.
It has 284,306 miles mostly highway and it is a'-
good family vehicle. $4,500. 850-526-1819
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Lexus 2000 GS 300
Gold w/tan leather interi-
or. Air, sunroof, all power,
AM/FM/CD, I00k miles.
Excellent condition. $10,000 firm. Call 671-8178
Mercury Grand Marquis 2004 113K miles, runs
good, cold air, light brown in color. $5000.
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I Volkswagen 2006 Beetle
Convertible. Car is in great
condition. 77k miles.
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.Loaded. Custom purple/
ii. t r ~black paint. Chromed out.
aw* Garaged. 14,750 miles.
In excellent condition.
$13,500. Call 334-792-8701 or 714-4548.
Harley Davidson 2007 Dyna Wide & Glide, black
w/ silver trim $14,000 low miles, garage kept
96 cubic inch engine, 6-sp. trans, new tires.
boss saddle bags many, mustang seat
and extras 850-557-0313.
Harley Davidson 2009 Soft-Tail Custom with
new RC component, wheels, rotors, belt pully,
brakes & tires, exc. cond. 13K miles, garage
kept, like new $12,000. FIRM 334-596-8581.
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black, like new, water
cooled, shaft drive, only
7200 original miles $5,000.
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A Suzuki 2005 Burgman
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blue, water cool engine &
fuel injected. exc. cond.
4,000 miles, adult owned.
$2.500. 50 mpg city.
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Yamaha 2006 V-Star 1100 custom, red in color,
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WFord 2003 Expedition,
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Suzuki 2006 Grand Vitara 125K miles, good
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100,000 miles on motor &
transmission, hew tires,
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convertible, new computer, new tires, clean,
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passenger, 2 rows bench
seat, fantastic Cloth
interior, 900 mile on
NEW transmission
April 2013, 151,000.miles, power driver seat,
power windows, lock, Dual A/C AM/FM/CD,
Roof Rack, Hatchback, great gas mileage
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LF160194

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
Case #: 2011-CA-000869

Regions Bank d/b/a Regions Mortgage
Plaintiff,
-vs.-

Derek Whaley and Autumn Whaley, Husband
and Wife
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order
dated July 29,2013 entered in Civil Case No.
2011-CA-000869 of the Circuit Court of the 14th
Judicial Circuit in and for Jackson-County, Flori-
da, wherein Regions Bank d/b/a Regions Mort-
gage, Plaintiff and Derek Whaley and Autumn
Whaley, Husband and Wife are defendantss, I,
Clerk of Court, Dale Rabon Guthrie, will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash AT THE
FRONT DOOR OF THE JACKSON COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, AT 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL STAND-
ARD TIME on September 5,2013 the following
described property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to-wit
BEGINNING AT A STAKE ON THE EAST SIDE OF
THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF HIGHWAY NO. 6AT A
POINT APPROXIMATELY 368.00 FEET NORTH-
WEST OF THE NORTHEAST INTERSECTION OF
THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID HIGHWAY NO. 6
AND THE SINK CREEK AND ALLIANCEROAD,
WHICH IS THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF A LOT
SOLD TO I. HAGAN;7THENCE RUN EAST ALONG
LINE OF SAID I, HAGAN'S LOT, A DISTANCE OF.
440.00 FEET TO A STAKE; THENCE AT AN ANGLE
OF ABOUT 64, RUN IN A NORTHWESTERLY DI-
RECTION PARALLEL TO HIGHWAYNO. 6, A DIS--
TANCE OF 110.00 FEET TO A STAKE; THENCE -
RUN WEST, A DISTANCE OF 440.00 FEET TO
RIGHT-OF-WAY OF HIGHWAY NO. 6; THENCE
RUN SOUTHEASTERLY ALONG SAID HIGHWAY,
A DISTANCE OF 110 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING, BEING IN SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 9 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY,
FLORIDA.

AND

BEGIN ATTHE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE
LEWIS LOT SITUATED IN THE NORTHEAST.COR-
NER OF THE INTERSECTION OF STATE ROAD
NO. 6 AND THE SINK CREEK AND ALLIANCE .
ROAD; RUN THENCE NORTH, A DISTANCE OF
144.00 FEET; THENCE RUN WEST TO THE RIGHT-
OF-WAY OF STATE ROAD NO. 6; THENCE IN A
SOUTHERLY DIRECTION, RUN ALONG THE
EASTERN BOUNDARY OF SAID STATE ROAD NO.
6 TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE SAID
LEWIS LOT; THENCE RUN EAST, A DISTANCE OF
285.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.

LESS ANDEXCEPTTHEFOLLOWING:

BEGIN AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE
LEWIS LOT SITUATED IN THE NORTHEAST COR-
NER OF THE INTERSECTION OF STATE ROAD
NO. 6 AND THE SINK CREEK AND ALLIANCE
ROAD; THENCE RUN NORTH, A DISTANCE OF
.100.00 FEET TO AN IRON STAKE, THENCE RUN
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 314.05 FEET TO RIGHT-
OF-WAY OF STATE ROAD NO. 6; THENCE RUN
SOUTH ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY, A DIS-
TANCE OF 100.00 FEET TO AN IRON STAKE;
THENCE RUN EAST, A DISTANCE OF 263.05 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.

ALL OF THE ABOVE PROPERTY BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:

COMMENCE AT A SPIKE NAIL MARKING THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SECTION 29, TOWN-
SHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 9 WEST, JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE RUN NORTH
8811'11" WEST, A DISTANCE OF 1250.14 FEET
TOA5/8" IRON ROD AND CAP (PSM 4952)
MARKING THE INTERSECTION OF THE NORTH-
ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF ALLIANCE ROAD
AND THE EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
STATE ROAD NO. 71; THENCE RUN NORTH
2632'06" WEST, ALONG SAID EASTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF STATE ROAD NO. 71, A
DISTANCE OF 309.91 FEET TO A 1/2" IRON ROD
(NO ID), SAID IRON ROD BEING THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE RUN NORTH 2739'25"
WEST, ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE, A DISTANCE OF 58.45 FEET TO A 1/2"
IRON ROD AND CAP (PSM 2142): THENCE RUN
NORTH 2626'57" WEST, ALONG SAID EASTER-
LY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, A DISTANCE OF,110.00
FEET TO A 1/2" IRON ROD AND CAP (PSM
2142); THENCE LEAVING SAID EASTERLY;
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, RUN THENCE SOUTH
8926t4111 EAST, A DISTANCE OF 434.36 FEET TO
A 1/2" IRON ROD AND CAP (PSM 2142); THENCE
RUN SOUTH 26037'501 EAST, A DISTANCE OF
110.00 FEET TO A 1/2" IRON-ROD AND CAP
(PSM 6525); THENCE RUN NORTH 89048'52"'
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 93.40 FEET TO A 1/2"
IRON ROD AND CAP (LB 1355);THENCE RUN
- SOUTH 00022.08. WEST, A DISTANCE OF 44.24 '-
* FEET TO A 1/2" IRON ROD (NO ID); THENCE ,
RUN SOUTH 8918'35" WEST, A DISTANCE OF
313.85 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE
SURPLUS-FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER
THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE
OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.

If you are a person with a disability who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding,,yo0 are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at
P.O. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 at (850)
747-5338, at least seven (7) days before your
scheduled court appearance, or immediately
upon receiving this notification if the time be-
fore-the scheduled appearance is less than sev-
en (7) days. If you are hearing impaired, call
711.
/s/Dale Rabon Guthrie
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Jackson County, Florida
/s/ Tammy Bailey
DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT-


ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & GACHI, LLP
2424 North Federal Highway, Suite 360
Boca Raton, Florida 33431
(561) 998-6700
(561) 998-6707
11-228948 FC01 UPN

LF160192

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 13-OO1DP

IN THE INTEREST OF:

A.C.W. (dob 05/14/2011)
DJM.W. (dob 08/06/2012)
CHILDREN

NOTICE OF ACTION AND OFADVISORY
HEARING FOR TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS AND GUARDIANSHIP


LGLNOTICES

STATE OF FLORIDA

TO: Amanda Carlina Williams

A Petition for Termination of Parental Rights
under oath has been filed in this court regard-
ing the above referenced children. You are to
appear before the Honorable William LWright,
Circuit Judge at 9:00 a.m. (CT) on November 7,
*2013 in Chambers on the 2nd Floor of the Jack-
son County Courthouse at 4445 Lafayette
Street, Marianna, Florida 32446, for a TERMINA-
TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS ADVISORY HEAR-
ING. You must appear on the date and at the
time specified.

FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THE AD-
VISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO
THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO
THESE CHILDREN. If-YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON
THE DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY LOSE
ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILDREN WHOSE
INITIALS APPEAR ABOVE.

If you are a person with a disability who needs
any accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding, you are entitled, at nq cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance. Please
contact the Office of the Court Administrator,
Jackson County Courthouse, 4445 Lafayette
Street, Marianna, Florida 32446 at 850-718-0026
at least 7 days before youl scheduled court ap-
pearance, or immediately upon receiving this
notification if the time before the scheduled
appearance is less than 7 days. If you are
hearing or voice impaired, call 711.

Witness my hand and seal of this courtiat Ma-
rianna, Jackson County, Florida on, July 24,
2013.

CLERK'OFCOURT
BY: Tabitha Pumphrey
DEPUTY CLERK
LF160196

There will be a Public Hearing on the PPLCS
Budget for the FY20i3:-2014 August 20th atV
4pm.


LF160193

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION -
CASE NO. 32-2012-CA-000585
BANK OF AMERICA. N.A. -
Plaintiff,

vs .,. : .

DANA BRANNON A/K/A DANA H. BRANNON
F/K/A DANA H. COULLIETTE; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF DANA BRANNON A/K/A DANA H.
BRANNON F/K/A DANA H. COULLIETTE; WEST
FLORIDA ELECTRIC A/K/A WEST FLORIDA
ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, INC.:
EQUABLE ASCENT FINANCIAL LLC: UNKNOWN
PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT "
PROPERTY;
Defendants.


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated July 17th, 2013


Jackson County Floridan e


and entered in Case No. 3Z-2012-CA-000585, of
the Circuit Court of the 14th Judicial Circuit in
and for JACKSON County, Florida. BANK OF
AMERICA, N.A. is Plaintiff and DANA BRANNON
A/K/A DANA H. BRANNON F/K/A DANA H.
COULLIETTE; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DANA
BRANNON A/K/A DANA H. BRANNON F/K/A DA-
NA H. COULLIETTE; UNKNOWN PERSONS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY;
WEST FLORIDA ELECTRIC A/K/A WEST FLORI-
DA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION,
INC.; EQUABLE ASCENT FINANCIAL LLC; are
defendants. I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash AT THE NORTH DOOR, at 4445
LAFAYETTE STREET, MARIANNA in JACKSON
County, FLORIDA 32446, at 11:00 A.M., on the
22nd day of August, 2013, the following descri-
bed property as set forth in said. Final Judg-
ment, to wit.

LOTS 8,15 AND 16 OF BLOCK B OF AN UNRE-
CORDED PLAT OF PROPERTY OWNED BY HAR-
OLD T. SALE AND BEATRICE P. SALE, AND MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:

LOT 8, BLOCK B
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
THE NORTHWEST ONE QUARTER OF THE
NORTHEAST ONE QUARTER OF SECTION 28,
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 7 WEST, JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA, THENCE NORTH 89 DE-
GREES 12 MINUTES WEST 2581.3 FEET TO AN
EXISTING CONCRETE MARKER, THENCE NORTH
00 DEGREES 06 MINUTES WEST 869.3 FEET TO
AN iRON PIPE, THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 23
MINUTES EAST 395.27 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE
AND CALL THIS THE POINT OF BEGINNING,
THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 37 MINUTES EAST
150.0 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE ON THE SOUTH
RIGHT OF WAY OF A GRADED STREET, THENCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES.23 MINUTES EAST ALONG
SAID.RIGHT OF WAY 100.0 FEET TO AN IRON
PIPE, THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 37 MINUTES
WEST 150.0 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE, THENCE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 23 MINUTES WEST 100.0
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. CONTAINS
034 ACRES MORE OR LESS

LESS A RIGHT OF WAY EASEMENT TO GULF
POWER COMPANY INDICATING NO WIDTH BUT
THE RIGHT TO MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE.

ALSO: -
LOT 15,'BLOCKB
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT
MARKING THESOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE
NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST "
'QUARTER OF SECTION 28, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
RANGE 7 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
AND RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 07 MINUTES 30
SECONDS WEST. ALONG THE WEST BOUNDARY
OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTH-
WEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 28,671.42
FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT ON THE
NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SUELLEN
STREET, THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 23 MI-
NUTES 00 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE, 346.07 FEET TO AN IRON ROD
FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE FROM
SAID POINT OF BEGINNING RUN NORTH 00 DE-
GREES 37 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST 197.58 .
FEET TO AN IRON ROD, THENCE SOUTH 89 DE-i
GREES 23 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST 173.29
FEET TO AN IRON ROD. THENCE SOUTH 00 DE-
GREES 37 MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST 197.58
FEET TO AN IRON ROD ON THE SOUTH RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE OF SAID SUELLEN STREET,
THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 23 MINUTES 00
SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE, 173.29 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING. CONTAINING 0.79 ACRESMORE OR LESS.


Sunday, August 18,2013 7 B


SUBJECT TO A POWERLINE EASEMENT OVER
AND ACROSS THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPER-
TY.

ALSO:
LOT 16 BLOCK B
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT
MARKING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE
NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF SECTION 28, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
RANGE 7 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
AND RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 07 MINUTES 30
SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE WEST BOUNDARY
OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTH-
WEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 28,671.42
FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT ON THE
NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SUELLEN
STREET, THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 23 MI-
NUTES 00 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE, 51936 FEET TO AN IRON ROD
FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE FROM
SAID POINT OF BEGINNING RUN NORTH 00 DE-
GREES 37 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST 197.58
FEET TO AN IRON ROD, THENCE SOUTH 89 DE-
GREES 23 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST 173.39
FEET TO AN IRON ROD, THENCE SOUTH 00 DE-
GREES 43 MINUTES 49 SECONDS WEST 197.58
FEET TO AN IRON ROD ON THE SOUTH RIGHT-
OF WAY LINE OF SAID SUELLEN STREET,
THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 23 MINUTES 00
SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE, 173.0 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
CONTAINING 0.79 ACRES, MORE OR LESS

SUBJECT TO A POWERLINE EASEMENT OVER
AND ACROSS THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPER-
TY.

TOGETHER WITH A 2000 MERIT PERMANENTLY
AFFIXED MOBILE HOME
VIN#FLHMBC148044862A AND
FLHMBC148044862B

A person claiming.an interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any, other than the property
owner as of the date of the Is pendens must
file a claim within 60 days after the sale.

Dated this 17th day of July, 2013.


/s DALERABON GUTHRIE
' As Clerk of said Court

/s/By Tammy Baily
As Deputy Clerk, '

This Notice is provided pursuant to Administra-
tive Order No. 2.065. In accordance with the
Americans with the Disabilities Act, If you are a
-person with a disability who needs any accom-
modation in order to participate in this pro- .
ceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance. Please
contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at P.O.
Box 1089, Panama City, Florida 32402 or by
phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days
before your scheduled court appearance, or
immediately upon receiving this notification if
the time before the scheduled appearance is'
less than seven (7) days. If you are hearing im-
paired, please call 71-1.

Submitted by:
Kahane & Associates, P.A.
8201 Peters Road, Ste.3000 '
Plantation, FL 33324
Telephone: (954) 382-3486 ,
Telefacsimile: (954) 382-5380


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attached 20x40 shed and two, 12x12 horse
stalls. Appro. 10 acre' hay -field. Some fencing.
Underground storm 'shelter, well and septic tank.
Being sold "AS IS." $75,000 MILS #248497
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2 BR/2 BA Mobile home, on 2 fenced acres.
Paved roads, 3 metal storage buildings, one
converted, into living quarters. Generator for
Mobile home. Animals welcome. Possible owner
financing 20% down, 6% interest for :5 years
w/credit report. $49,900 MLS #248500


Marionna On a quiet deadend street is this 3 BR/2BA
home, plus qn unheated bonus room. Cen H&A 7
months old. Oak floors, some covered with carpet. One
car garage. 2 metal storage buildings. Large shady lot
is fenced in back. Great for children or pets. S75,000


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home in a country -
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closet. All appliances included. Most of property
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large garden space. Open shed I 8x1 5, storage
bldg. 12x8. front and back porch. Reduced to
$25,900. Bring Offers! MLS #247915


Marianna Approximately acre lot with
149' on north Jefferson zoned mixed used.
Could be residential, 'apartments/duplex or
business. City utilities. 2 BR; old house being
sold "AS IS". MLS #247182

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Blountstown Business opportunity on
Highway 20, road to the beach. Metal building
has approx. 3,100 sq ft. H/C and 7,500 sq
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three Y2 baths, 8 hold rooms, and workshop/
mechanics room. Fenced back lot on corner of
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* $69,900.
IMARIANNA-3 Bedroom
home in excellent shape, new
AC unit, lots of cabinets, metal
roof, detachedcaiport, metal
yard building and very nice
landscaping. Movein ready.
* $109,900.
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MIS 248259. q$239,000.
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MLS 248617 a $185,000.
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IS 247073 l" Ace. W 0 lr e,r,.: '.:-..., %:.,' w..Jei j
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-homen, locanted in
Meadneeniew Subdivision.
Ceramic tile throughout
home except for carpet
in bedrooms. Hasa large
den,'"living(dining combo. Kitchen has new countertops, beautiful
cabinets, and is a chefs delight. Large laundry room, workshop, newer
pole barn, Ig. fenced backyard. Seller will allow. op to $7000 for a new
roof: Thisis aMUSTSEE at only $149,900 MLS# 248503


This beautiful custom built, 5BR/4.5BA, stone home on 50 acres is a rare find!!!
Exceptional craftsmanship is displayed everywhere! It has a' library w/walls of
bookshelves, DR w/Gromwn moldings, Ige greatroom wlrecessed lighting, stone raised
hearth fireplace, sets of French doors to,a stone patio, all withibeautiful hardwood
fiors. The eat-in kitchen is a gourmet's dream with a walk-in panky. Includes
a Ige master suite w/sitting area. The master bath incl. a' sauna, Jacuzzi tub,
oversized 'shower, vanities, along with 2 closets. There are 4 other Ige bedrooms!
One on the 1st floor.is a guest/in-law suite with full bath, and 3 bdrms on the
2od floor, along with 2 awesome storage rooms! Home features a 3-car garage w/
workshop, irrigation system, fruit trees,'& a.mrsegarden. Too much to listl!! Make
an annnintment for a nrivate showin tndriay. Priod at $6q9 qn0i MiS # 24857


CIaree Botal. in 'Spring Chase!
RI. d tOrF 3BR/3BA with
Cell te5.-57.3-1572 3000' ol living space. Too many extras to list!
tmy grat cavary Rule Beautifully landscaped and has a private backyard.
I -..i ,It A y' ni. -,.,,I' This is a great buy at only $199,000. MLS4 248082
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I" e .. MS 2 24792876 5120 $2 ,90 $0 t od usail c water in-ground lap pool,
ML$ ?47928.... '2 4 a I r pole barn extradstorag
Beau..tifupdae hm, kOaal-s st.
linn"l'. J ,' ,ie"", '" i ansea n p dr mundedbyood pits Conve intly ocated near Lake Sminole,
S I 5 ,,,,,9e0l0 Foa-., blerF,,,,, i AppalacheeWildife Management, appmox.t milesfrm l-10ochaonge, 45 mintoTallahassee,
ir S r 'nev'., '''''.i'', J55mintuPanama Cty, 45 nin t DothanAL Listed a t only$239,00 MLS# 248061
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NEor i re..- y < Located on a quiet dead-
-- ,,: E,. T i..,1 ,L7 .,,,t I i 6 I end street. This is a 4
MLS 247494 S S130,000. BR/1.Be home on 1-acre
INVSTINVA(NTLAD rin PDogwood Heights.
INVEST IN VACANT LAND Homecomewithnewer
|l lr,' ..i ". 1 II :1 "". ' .n:- .rA -. r C i e' "'.'''." BBHro naof, a newer cou ertops,
r ,r.,,-,-. oMIS 24713a S2'0.000. i
Lot:- livng a,. Lx.ol aingarush, smowyr sroioioNew,
Lrin wonvernient location Ih at is deoed and redy For building Yo durdm a nd living ron, family room,
home. Very/nimce orununily. MIS 247754 S37,e00. pacious aundry, nicely painted, cleao anattractive, with a big deckfor
Wodnd lot ht borders Dogwood oLe is o beaoutuloaren ioobuild your new entertaining. Lge yard w/ditside bldg and concrete driveway. Sellerwill allow
home. MI 24 7,776 $37,500.. i$2000 toward buyers closing costs, or upgrades. Comes with an assumable
Ca~llewvotlr. Termite Bond. Makeyoura apintmnenttoday!! $114,100 MLS# 248128
for y our nell i nore eulsestate needs.e
cenleubot hi lt aboAt 1 rure i Peceu & t0y 0t c2outty
'v,:,'l Iriv,,,- .,0, ,il' in .setting. 3BRIIBA brick
home is mostly updated
all 6. .. 11 '.',. .and modern. Nice great
,folar, I. ,e i.6 a o1r l u ,or ,,0 i room addition beautiful
Lered~pJ srIJ ,C]1 o, $v-"rr'i woodwork and gas fireplace. Lge 30x50 pole barn w/concrete floor and
,Iu I %,r0, t=..,,, enclosed workshop with 110v & 220v., Huge oaks in the front yard with
MLS 248415 $159,900. beautiful azaleas. Home about 5 minutes of Cottonwood, AL but still in
Jackson Cty, approx. 20 into Dothan, AL Pricedat$129,000 MLS#248047
Pat Furr,_______________
Realtor Ccustm 4BRnBA home buit4avid
850.209.8071 Oiaes t oeoi vibe
850.29.8071Dulanl~ey fstng on 33 acrs. 05has
built-in book shetm l;Ie kitwcustom
furr19@ msgn.com cabinet. Mast rbdrm has Ige walk in
'closetle lacuasitub, nwm molding.
L ' securin ys built in yauldt/un safe,
honiiegenerateor system, oreened-in
f ur1e9@nnsu ina d" flno taed poah,293'dwelfitoUhngrDane poery,2ddeer, d otretc.ahun tenparadise
REDUCED =/ h=', am m frlos oses & litestock. iPgroo uirl irral teon 'tm2xDby detached largesteel barn, walking or
Z nrding trails. "Co enieot to PC, R, sto A.MD onan 1 o 0 minutes to 1-10 exclum ge. Peaceful

6nowoo.-. ene ,,wn/dot 40 .acres just,
~o o.minutes out of
MIS 241314 $239,900. M.ina O~ial
[o+ am.,-,'e.rwd purchased to become a
-MariannaMa.0rnainally
'6, 'i nhat6.&-., M subdivision named ridden Village Estates. This is secluded and
,,,., gergeousl Citty water has been extended dawn Bumpnose Road
S ,, .. a- to theeasement andeis available to the property. Thes940 acres
lmt .r..en..va.&$-&

n1ireBeLecation, vacation,
Locution! Busy highway
-- 2ca 4731c4ie lY, O9k frontager Oia ce has all now
ow0oe /2 o owni Th;, walls, windows, shreetrock
i,. io ey purnowwo e- chaeilings, cometinuatin


nem,,,eoe it nod m a road id .n i a e E stwiring, stucco siding.i New
a nr kkr ane ddre now paved circle drve way with side aned roar parking. Ve appealing and attractive,
low i..,,d= n .kii 1 ri, Roeg en cune tly being used vs a mnedicat office with many uses: attorneys office, dental
ow~e. oee~ nsite dorrfarmA..dn


ton p~ d~-T ~ oficaea prtpil office, insrunce uffie, etc. Only $239000 MLS# 247207
M15248434$17 9,500.oain

33rdrv e eno23eoh Shadowed by Great Oaks this
Hoeaonone, quleIng. li,0. sounthe!rnhomebhas manynice
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,1 14,000.ditplays manyld-style Sthe'Oak trees that are btis.us includes 3 parcels
bp.7h248451d-$145000tofficetal offin acre in tows All this ff r only $95,000 MIS# 248524


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.. 3.7 V6, TRAILER TOW, U ECO IN,
ECOBOOST ENGINE,
20" WHEELS,
TAILGATE STEP
M................................... $43,285
MSRP. ............................ .......... S31,025CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT ...................... $3,290
CHMCHIPOLA FORD COUNT .S, I RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH ........................ $2,500
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH.............. $3, 000 FORD CREDT BONUS CASH ................... $1,000
1SAV E FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH ................... $1,000 V TRADE-IN ASSISTANCE .............................1,250
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- MSRPR.............. .......$49,585 '
9 CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT...............$3,590
I > .- RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH..................$2,500
.V I FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH....................$1,000
S AlV /B .TRADE-IN ASSISTANCE .............................$1,250,
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MSRP ........................................................ $62,365 1
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT.......................$4,370
FMCC BONUS CASH .................................. S2:500
STRADE-IN ASSISTANCE ............................ $1,500

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MSRP.... ... .................................S43,815!-.
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT.....................S2820!.
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH........................3,000
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MSRP. ........................................................ $63,810
" CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT...................... S3,'&15 ji
B T -r r RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH ......................$S2,500
sjy, SFORD CREDIT BONUS CASH ...................$S1,50011I

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12 NISSAN
ALTIMA S 2.5
POWER PKG., CRUISE,
CD PLAYER, 31K Ml.
#P3427
WAS $19,995.
NOW $16,995

10GMC
TERRAIN
POWER PKG., CRUISE,
ALLOYS, 87K Ml.
#13371 A
WAS $16,995
NOW $14,995

09 MERCURY
GRAND MARQUIS
LEATHER, V8, LOADED,
713K MILES
#12354A
WAS $16,995
NOW $13,995

11 FORD
FUSION SE
4 CYL., CERTIFIED,
33K MILES,
#R3441
WAS $19,995
NOW $17,995


06 FORD F-150
SUPER CREW LARIAT 4X4
TWO TONE PAINT,
84K MILES,
#B280AA
WAS $21,995
NOW $19,995

11 LINCOLN TOWNCAR
SIGNATURE LMT.
LOADED, 34K MILES,
#P3413
WAS $28,995
NOW $24,995

09 FORD
ESCAPE XLT
95K MILES, 4 CYL.,
GREAT MILEAGE!
#P3447
WAS $18,995
NOW $15,995

10 FORD
FOCUS SE
4 DR., POWER PKG., -
CRUISE, CD, 30K MILES,
-#R3344
CERTIFIED!
WAS $15,995
NOW $13,995


10 HONDA
ACCORD EX-L
LEATHER, LOADED,
30K MILES,
#R3423B
WAS $21,995
NOW $19,995

11 LINCOLN
MKX
LEATHER, LOADED,
40K MILES, #R3448
WAS $34,995
NOW $32,995

11 TOYOTA
AVALON SPORT
LTHR., MOONROOF,
RSB WHEELS, 33K MILES,
#13314A
WAS $295,995
NOW $26,995

12FORD F-150
LWB
4X2,5.0, V8,
11K MILES, #P3436
* WAS $22,995
NOW $18,995


10 FORD
EXPEDITION LMT.
4X4, LEATHER,
CHROME WHEELS,
44K MILES, #13211A
CERTIFIED!
WAS $34,995
NOW $33,995

12 NISSAN
ALTIMA
4 CYL., ONLY 16K MILES,
#13340B
WAS $20,995
NOW $17,995

11 FORD F-150
SUPER CREW
3.5 ECOBOOST,
CHROME PKG., 31K Mi,
#P3451.
WAS $26,995
NOW $24,995

10 FORD F-150
SUPER CREW XLT
.5.4, V8,
56K MILES,
#13266A
WAS $24,995
NOW $21,995


11 FORD
MUSTANG
34K MILES, MANUAL
TRANS., #13305B
CERTIFIED!
WAS $21,995
NOW $19,995

05 FORD EXCURSION
EDDIE BAUER 4X4
LEATHER, DIESEL,
118K MILES, #13300A
WAS $21,995
NOW $19,995

12 DODGE
QUAD CAB
POWER PKG., V8,
16K Mi.,
#13379
WAS $25,995
NOW $21,995

10 FORD EDGE SEL
CERTIFIED!
V6, POWER PKG.,
ALLOYS, 22K MILES,
R3440
WAS $24,995
NOW $22,995


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