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Cottondale


Man arrested, charged in shooting


,From staff reports
A Cottondale man has been
arrested in connection with a
shooting earlier this month in
Washington County.
David Ellis Mabry Jr., 23, is
charged with aggravated battery


with a firearm andwith shooting of Holmes County, was struck
a firearm from a vehicle, accord- in the foot but refused trans-
ing to the Washington County port for medical treatment at a
Sheriff's Office. facility.
Officials say Mabry used an Authorities say the incident
SKS assault rifle to fire about occurred Aug. 17 near a resi-
seven rounds into a car, and that dence on Gilbert's Mill Road.
the driver, Cody Alan Corbin Mabrv dro\e to the location of a


party at the house after a phone
call from his brother, who was
there, deputies say. Mabry fired
several shots into the air when
he arrived and saw two men ap-
proaching his vehicle, officials
say.
SOfficers say Mabry then left,


but stopped a short distance
down the road after he report-
edly was followed from the par-
ty. He got out of his vehicle and
fired about seven shots from the
SKS rifle, authorities reported.
One shot struck the driver's
foot.


FOOTBALL SA.SON STARTS


A BOVE: While here was
an occasional sprinkle,
JL it did not dampen the
spirits of the crowd who came
out Friday night to watch the
Graceville Tigers play the
Holmes County Blue Devils.
To find out more about this
game as well as the other
jamborees in the area see
Page IB.
IGHT: Nicholas Hall
peers from behind
small plastic
football as he roots for the
Graceville Tigers during their
game against Bonifay. While
he is usually a Poplar Springs
booster, he decided to make
an exception Friday night.
The Tigers will travel to Baker
for next week's game against
the Gators.


Animal Cruelty Case


MARY DAVIDSON / POTOMAC LOCAL NEWS
V. irginia resident Lori O'Pry, a Jackson County native,
pets a cat at the Stafford SPCA, where sheserves
as a cruelty and abuse investigator and director of
operations. :

Former Jackson


Countian played

role in capture

of suspect
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbu, r j 3 -r, 'p| l r ,:-r o:rn:' '
; A Virginia woman who grew up in Jackson
County was a key player in the successful effort
to locate the female suspect in a 42-count animal
cruelty case that developed in her home county
several days ago. Suspect Heidi Akmanda West-
man was located in Wausau, Wisc., on Thursday,
thanks in part to Lori O'Pry.
O'Pr. was born and raised here, but left Jack-
son Countyin 1998 aroundthe age of 25, and for
several years lived in various other states as a
military dependent.
Her life experiences in those years gave her
the tools she needed to play a part in finding
Westman.
O'Pry currently serves as director of opera-
tions for the Stafford Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals and is the organization's
, investigator for animal cruelty and abuse. O'Pry
has also been a -registered private investigator
for the past two years.
O'Prylearned of the search forWestman online
and. the Marianna connection got her attention.
She decided to try to help trackWestman down.
SUsing her investigative skills that evening, she
determined that Westman might be heading to
Wisconsin because that was the only state other
than Florida that she'd ever lived in, according to
the data O'Pry searched.
See ANIMALS, Page 11A


PHUIUO DB MARK SKiuNNE- t rLUtRILA
A caterpillar (bottom left) makes its way toward a trio
of cocoons.


A neighborhood butterfly haven
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
Sandy Hascher has been fascinated by butterflies
since she was a child. As a youngster, she used to catch
and pin them to a board, creating a collection through
the years. But as she grew into her teenage years, she
ceased that practice as her ethical sense evolved with
a dawning realization that the btitterflies were much,
much prettier on the wing and it was only right to let
them fly free as they were intended.
So she contented herself with watching them, and.d
in early adulthood always included some butterfly-
friendly plants in her garden.
Things went on like that for many years to come.
But about a decade ago, Hascher started help-
ing the butterflies along a bit more than that. She.... .
A black swallowtail butterfly rests on Sandy Hascher's hand for a
See BUTTERFLY, Page 11A moment before taking flight last week.


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FLORIDAN
Publisher- Valeria Roberts
vroberts@jcfloridan.com
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CONTACT US
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FAX: 850-482-4478
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com
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Street Address:
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HOWTOGETYOUR
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news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
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anniversary and birth announcements.
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GETTING IT RIGHT
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is to correct mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call 526-3614
JMonday-Friday.


SUNDAY,AUG.25:
F Kimbrel Family Reunion -10 a.m. atth-
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, Sam Adkins
BlounLstown. Covered dish meal at noon. A
and'friends welcome.
Spring into Summer Concert: Roman
shikawa Duo 2 p m. in the Chipola Colle
for the Arts Experimental Theatre. Manriann
features Russian-born cellist Ale'ei Roman
Canadian pianist Christine oshikawa perfc
works by Part Scarlatti. Bloch. Beethoven.


Comma mity Ca-e'd
-, *.,'" Marianna. Tuesday: Family & Friends Night: 5-7 p.m.
ie i) St. Anne Thrift Store Hours-.9 a.m. to 1p.m.
s Park, Tuesdays andThursdaysat 4285 Second Ave,.
II family Marianna. Summer clothing and household goods in
S stock Call 482-3734. '
enko-Yo- i ))prientation- Noon 3 p.m. at Goodwill Career
ge Center Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90. Marianna. Learn about
a. Concert. and register for free services. Call 526-0139..
enko and ) Sewing Circle -1 p.m. at Jackson Cournty Senior,,
>rmirg Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. CallL482-
Reger, .5028.


Schnintke and Faure. Admission is by donation. Call .
718-2277. Free Employability Workshop: Job Search
Al. hi A o.s Cs.. . ... Etiquette 2:30 p.m. at the One Stop Career Center
SAlcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion ., ,n Marianna.Visit EmployFlorida.com to register.
-6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
(in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette.St).: ) Golsoni School Advisory Council Meeting
Attendance limited to people with a desire to stop 5:30 p.m. at Golson Elementary School, Marianna.
drinking. Prerint Nightand Book Fair starts at 6 p.m. Call 482-.
"']" ': r "9 6 0 7 .. .: "-
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in the 9607
board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital. 5429 ') Red Cross Shelter Class 6.9 p.m. in the St. ;
.College Drive, Graceville. . ..James A.M.E. Church Fellowship Hall. 2891 Orange St.
.. . :".' ... .... .' -in M arianna.' .


MONDAY,AUG. 26 -
) Scholastic Book Fair 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily
Aug. 26-30 at Frank M. Golson -lementary School in
Marianna.
) Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's
Buffet & Grill. Call 482-2005.'
) Parkinson's Support Group Meeting Noon'
in the Education Classroom on the ground floor of ''
Jacksen Hospital. Lunch will, be provided courtesy Of
Jackson Hospital.Those diagnosed with P.rkinson's
and their caregivers are invited to attend. No'cost. Call
718-2661.
" Free Employability Workshop: Career Explora-
tion with O*NET 2:30 p.m. at the One Stop Career
Center in Marianna. Visit EmployFlorida.com to
register.
))Jackson County Quilter's Guild Meeting 5:30-
7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, 3975 U.S. 90
W., Marianna. Business meetings are fourth Mondays;
other Mondays are'for projects, lessons, help. All
quilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
City of Jacob Call Meeting/Budget Workshop
- 6 p.m. at Jacob City Hall. Public welcome:
) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 p.m.
in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna.

TUESDAY, AUG. 27
) Marianna City Farmers Market 7 a.m. to noon
at Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits
and vegetables grown by local farmers.
)) Scholastic Book Fair 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily
Aug. 26-30 at Frank M. Golson Elementary School in


) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church,
S2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. '

S :WEDNESDAY, AUG. 28 .
Scholastic Book Fair 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily
Aug. 26-30 at Frank M. Golson Elementary School in
Marianna. Wednesday: ExtendedDay, starting at 3
p.m ,
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon
to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
) Jackson Hospital Board, Finance Commit-
tee Meetings 4 pjmi. in the community room of
Jackson Hospital's Hudnall Building in Marianna. Call
718-2629.

'THURSDAY, AUG. 29
) Marianna City Farmers Market 7a.m. to noon
at Madison.St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits
and vegetables grown by local farmers.
A Scholastic Book Fair 8:30 a.m.tQ3 p.m. daily
Aug. 26-30 at Frank M. Golson Elementary School in
Marianna.
) 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.
)) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks
Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus is
the local community, "Community, Children & Char-
acter". Call 526-3142.
Job Club Noon to 3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career


Training Center, 4742 U.S.90, Marianna. Learn job
seeking/retention skills; get job search assistance.
Call 526-0139.
Free Employability Workshop: Coping with
Unemployment 2:30 p.m. at the One Stop Career
Center in Marianna. Visit EmployFlorida.comrn to
register.'
) Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group
- 5:30 p.m.at Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board
Room. Free to attend. Curriculum developed by ex-
smokers for those who want to become ex-smokers
themselves. Call 482-6500.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8-9
p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited to
persons with a desire to stop drinking; papers will not
be signed. .

FRIDAY, AUG. 30. .
Scholastic Book Fair 8:30 a.m. to 3p.m. daily
Aug. 26-30 at Frank M. Golson Elementary School in
Marianna. ...
Hooks and'Needles (PKA Knitters Nook) -10
a.m.,at the Jackson County Public Library, Marianna
Branch.New and experienced hand crafters welcome
to create, share, learn or teach favorite hand craft
.projects. Call 482-9631.
) "Senior Singles" Meeting 6-8 p.m. at Marianna
First United Methodist Church Wesley Center (behind
the post'office, facing Lafayette St.). Single seniors
age .50 and older are invited for games, food, prizes
and speakers. No charge. Donations accepted; pro-
ceeds fund charitable endeavors of Marianna's Gath-
Sering Place Foundation. Call 526-4561 or 272-6611.
)) Saint Paul High School Reunion 6 p.m. at the
Graceville Civic Center. Theme: "As We Were.":' Prizes
for best '50s, '60s or '70s attire. Reunion (Aug. 30
- Sept. 1) cost: $60. Call 526-0342 or 263-6695.
Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult, teen
meetings to "'overcome hurts, habits and hang-ups."
Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call 209-7856,
573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in theAA room of First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

SATURDAY, AUG. 31
Marianna City Farmers Market 7 a.m. to noon
at Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits
and vegetables grown by local farmers.
)) Saint Paul High School Reunion -10 a.m. to 2
p.m. and 7 p.m. until at the Graceville Civic Center.
Reunion (Aug. 30- Sept. 1) cost: $60. Call 526-0342
or 263a-695.


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

Police Roundup


MARIANNA POLICE
DEPARTMENT
The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the following
incidents for Aug. 22, the latest
available report: Two accidents
with no injury, one dead person
(natural causes), three aban-
doned vehicles, two suspicious
people, one report of mental
illness, one physical distur-
bance, one verbal disturbance,
one vehicle fire, three burglar
alarms, nine traffic stops, two
criminal mischief complaints,
three animal complaints, three
public service calls, one 911
hang-up and eight home secu-
rity checks.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFFS OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office and county fire/rescue


reported the following in-
cidents for Aug. 22, the lat-
-_ est available
-fi'" report: Eight
"J .r abandoned
VRIM vehicle reports,
'.g ME r five suspicious
vehicles, two
suspicious incidents, two
suspicious people, one high-
way obstruction, one report of
mental illness with violence,
three verbal disturbances, one
physical disturbance, one ve-
hicle fire, 13 medical calls, one
traffic crash with entrapment,
three burglar alarms, one fire
alarm, one request for officer
assistance, five traffic stops, one
trespass complaint, one follow-
up investigation, one juvenile
complaint, two assaults, one
noise disturbance, four assists
of other agencies, one public.
service call, two K-9 deploy-
ments, one welfare check, one


transport, one patrol request,
one threat/harassment com-
plaint, and one forgery/worth-
less check complaint.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following people were
booked into the county jail dur-
ing the latest reporting periods:
Misty Croft, 31,2451 Felix
St., Alford, possession of drug
paraphernalia.
R Anthony Edwards, 18, 3893
Pete's Road, Greenwood, hold
for Bay County
D Janes Harp, 43,444 McK-
inney Lane, trafficking in
methamphetamine, posses-
sion of marijuana with intent
to distribute, possession of
drug paraphernalia, failure to
appear (driving while license
suspended/revoked).
) Dennis Gokey, 66,803 Mad-


dox Road, Marianna, sentenced
to 120 days.
)) Armir McPherson, 15827 NE-
Looking Trimble St., 33, Altha,
non-child support.,
.) Travis Myrick, 27, 2934 Har-
ley Drive, non-child support..
)) Darryl Gainer, 33, 113 North
Ridge Lane, Troy, Ala., non-
child support..
)) Delroy Williams, 25, 2407 6th
St. NE (Apt. 4), providing false
name to law enforcement of-
ficer, hold for Polk Co.
)) Amber Windham, 19, 3711
West Shamrock St., Tallahassee,
battery-domestic violence.
)) Billy Colon, 20,2360 Frank-
lin Loop, 20, battery-domestic
violence.

Jail Population: 209
To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
agency. To report a wildlife violation, call
1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


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Engagement

Burch, Baxley


Miss Jordanr 'Elise Burch
daughter of Mr. Bruce: and.
Mrs. Gay Burch of Grand.
Ridge is engaged to Mr. Alex
Lawson Baxley, son of Mr.
Billy and Jennifer Grantham
of Sneads, and Mr. Dewayne
Baxley of Tallahassee.
SJordana is, a .2019 graduate
of Sneads High school, and is
employed A Florida State Hos-
pital as a Unit Treatment and


Rehabilitation Specialist.
Mr. Baxley is a. 2009 gradu-
ate of Sneads High school, and
is employed at Sunland as Hu-
mafi Service Worker 2.
Jordana and:Alex will mar-
ry on September 7, 2013 at
Shady Grove Pentecostal Holi-
ness Church in Grand Ridge at
5:00. Invitations are being


Williams, Watson


Mr. and Mrs. Stephen and The groom-to-be is the
Wendy VWilliams of Aliha. grandson of JoLn nd Wandis
Florida, proudly announce the Scont of MNarianna. Florida.;
engagement and forthcoming and Jimm% and Yvonne *Vt-
S marriage of their daughter. El- son. of Bnstol, Florida. -Jere-
Slen Jean Wiliams, to Jeremy my is a 2009 graduate of
Scott Watso#, sonr of Mr. and Biounisto, n High School -ad1
Mrs. Craigad SanridraWatson 'is currently emplidied. with.'
'ofBlduntstown, FL. Green Circle Bio Energy, Inc.
S .The bride-to-be is the grand- .in Cottondale, Florida.-
Sdaughter of Imogene and the The couple m1i] be joined in
late -Gary. Warterson.: ,of marriage before God,' famin],
Blountstown, FL,. Floyd W'il- and friends on the evening of
liams, of Clarksville,' FL, October 5, 2013 at .6:00 pmrat.
Lagada Weigel, of Stratford, the First Baptist Church,
WI, and Jake H. Weigel, of Blountstown, FL. A recep-
Lexington, OK. Ellen Jean is tion will follow at the 'W.T.
a.2.Q.9 graduate f B ,lou t- NealCivicCenter. No local in-
stokn High School and is cur- nationsns will be mailed, but all
rend.N a student at' Flonda family and friends, are invited
State Universirty majoring in el-. to antend. ..
ementarv education '

Pets on Parade
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?A iP.'. I[|llI R fLn'H cA I
Brody is a four-month-old male lab mix who was abandoned
on State Corrections Road in Sneads. If you are interested
in adopting him, the Partners for Pets shelter is at 4011
Maintenance Drive in Marianna. Its hours are 10 a.m. to 3
p.m.Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m; on Saturday.
The shelter's phone number is 482-4570; the website is
www.partnersforpets.petfinder.com.


Golson Elementary


hosting book fair
Special tothe Floridan bestsellers, and other
great reads from more
Frank M. Golson El- than 100 publishers. -
ementary School in Manri- Book Fair custom-
anna will host a Scholas- ers can help the school
tic Book Fair Aug. 26-30; build classroom librar-
from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. ies by purchasing books
Funds raised will help through the Classroom
purchase books for the Wish List program. In ad-
media center and teacher dition, the Book' Fair will
wish lists for classroom feature the All for Books'


libraries. Families, faculty
and the community are
invited to attend this fun
reading event that aims
to inspire children to be-
come lifelong readers.
The Book Fair will fea-
ture a special family and
friends night on Tuesday
from 5-7 p.m.
The Book Fair will be
open for extended day
shoppers on Wednesday
beginning at 3 p.m..
The Book Fair offers
specially priced books
and' educational prod-'
ucts, including popular
series, award-winning
Stiles, new releases, adult


program, where kids can
share the thrill of reading
by donating loose change
to purchase books from
the. Book Fair for the
school library. Scholastic
matches monetary dona-
tions with a donation of
up to one million books,
which go to national non-
profit organizations dedi-
cated to helping fami-
lies in need, such as the
Kids in Distressed Situ-
ations and Kids in Need
Foundation.
The Book Fair accepts
cash, checks and cred-
it cards, and does not
charge sales tax.


Birth


Elizabeth Clare Fears Grandparents are David
was bom Aug. 2,2013, in Crawford of Chattahooch-
Jacksonville. She weighed ee, Elwin Fears and the
7 pounds, 11 ounces. late Mary Fears of Marl-
. Her parents are Dr. anna, and Sonia McCoy,
Holli Crawford Fears and also of Marianna.
Seabron Chad Fears, Esq. Great-grandparents are
of Jacksonville. She has. Adell Robinson of Malone,
one sister: Adeley Maryn and Johnnie Ruth Barren-
Fears, 3. tine of Marianna.

Birthdays


Anaria Janae Jennings
celebrated her first birth,.
day with a bash at Citizen's
Lodge. The theme was
Luau Bash. She celebrated
her birthday with a special
guest, her grandfather
Wendell Jennings from
South Carolina. Activities
included giant water slide,
kiddie pools, bubbles, wa-
ter balloons and good old
faghiofined barbecue. She
is the.daughter of Sharissa
Harveyland Charles Jen-1
niigs. Grandparents and
great-grandparents are
Carolyn Harvey, Belinda
Wynn, Leeshanta and
.... ... ...... ." .... .

'Samantha Benton of
'theMalone/Grand Ridge
area recentlydv celebrated
her 5th birthday. She was
treated to an "Artist'*partv
on Aug. 16, at herhome
Sin Malone. Family and
friends were able to draw,
color and paint, complete
with edible crayons and
paint brushes. Samantha
is in kindergarten at Grand
'Ridge Elementary. She" .,i
is the daughter of Steve i
"Raindy" Benton Jr. and:.,.
Tiffany Benton.


WardisCh
Specal to tite Floridan :

Evelyni Ward; Chipola
College's director of fine
and performing arts, has
been named the college's
Career Employee of the
Year'for 2013. '
Ward served for 17 years
as publications coordina-
tor for the college prior
to her move to fine arts in
'July ..... .
Ward'has been very ac-
-ive in the Association of
Florida Colleges serving
as state president in 2011.'
She was' given the Hon-
orary Life Membership
Award, the highest honor
ithe Association bestows.
The award recognizes sig-
nificant, long-term con-
tribution -to AFC and the
state college system. Ward
also wasg acknowledged
by the Chipola Chapter as
their Unsung Hero for her
service behind the scenes.:
-Ward was a member of
the first class earning the
new AFC Certified College


Kerr completes

basic training
Special to the Floridan

Army Pvt. Ricky D. Kerr
Jr. of Graceville recently
completed Basic Combat
Training at Fort Leonard
Wood, Mo.
He is
attending
Advance
Individual
Training
for Mili-
tary Police
Kerr School,v with
a scheduled
completion date of Oct
24.
Rick and Susan Kerr of
Graceville are his parents.
His grandparents are the
late Jackie Register and
Linda Register of Grace-
ville, and Chris and Hazel
Smith of Bonifay.
Pvt. Kerr is a Graceville
High School graduate,
Class of 2013.


Granville Harvey, Mary
and Wendell Jennings,
Lula Kelly, George and
Sharod Dudley, Aggie
Wynn and Josephine
Barnes.


Professional certification.
The leadership program.
which began in February
2012, provides AFC mem-
bers the opportunity. to
earn'a designation related
to their work as- a college
professional, and exposes.
them to content and lead-
ership experiences they
may not be able to obtain
elsewhere.
-For her publication de-
sign work, Ward has won
numerous Exemplary
Practice ,Awards, from
AFC's Communications


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It's time to head


back to school


Tt's that time of the year the parents.
when our children are lines of corn
starting a new school t
year. Some children are n&l
excited to be around
their peers and to move
forward with their educa-
tion; while others regret
returning to what they Thomas
consider the grind of -M"ent
school life, and being on a MurpI_
schedule. i Jpy
A child's home life can Even thou
affect his or her school life with our cjhi
in abig way. When a child they are our
comes from an organized,. ity. Ask ques
happy, disciplined life- will assist in
style at home, the transi- edge ofwha
tion from vacation to in the child's
school is much smoother, atmosphere
Lack of support and can change
encouragement at home during their
can cause a child to falter years that lo
in'a structured system. parents front
Thank God that's not a child's sch
always the case because and situation
some children are special costly.
and are determined to Whether a
succeed no matter what pre-school0
roadblocks they may .face. high, one of
:For some parents the : valuable thi
school year is the time' can do is to
they get relieved of their responsible
summer duties and can instructions
become comfortable in Thisis an in
knowing their children .world; and
will be in an organized in an occu]
system fora large part of teachers are
the year., ously dedict
For 6ther parents, espe- ourchildrer
cially those with younger peoplesucc
children, their daily rou- are in increa
tine will change, because paychecks.
' of the responsibilities Manyqua
. involved in preparing a ers actually
child for school each day. to meet thei
It's important that parents and
parents understand thai 'a-. student; w
once their children are make their j
enrolled in a'school, and Ihope'this
those children and young great school
people are Under the children, pa
jurisdiction of that school ers and'all o
during school time, the al administer
personal overall respon-
sibility of our children Thomas Vince
and youth remain with rei,:nedal iv.


Keeping the
munication
with our
children and
young people
"open" is
invaluable.
Our children
should be
our most
valuable
assets!
gh we can't be
ldren24/7,
Sresponsibil-
stions that
Sthe knowl-
t takes place
s school.
. Children
so quickly
r developing
ong delays by
checking on
ool activities
ns can be

Child is in
or in senior
the most
ngs a parent
meet those
for giving
to that child.
perfect
is can happen
pation, all
n't'as seri-
ited topseeing
n and young
eed, asthey
sing their

lity teach-
wouldlikev
r students'
get input on
vhich would'
ob smoother:
iswillbea
Year for the
refits, teach-
ureducation-
rators.

nt Murphy can be
m3rnl,'jyah'o corn


_MIe i 111 N-I F L ir. ,
and Marketing Commis-
sion. This year, she won a
First Place Award for Spe-


cialty Advertising/Promo-
tion Items for the Center
for the Arts Grand Open-
ing bookmark souvenir
and Best Bang for the Buck
Award for the 2011 Chipola
Yearbook. She also won a
Second Place aiaward: for
the redesign of the Chipola
Workforce Development
brochure.

See WARD, Page 5A


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The Tampa Tribune


Protect Floridas


natural treasures
or more than 20 years, the Florida Legislature
viewed funding the state's model environmental
lands protection program as every bit as impor-
tanrit as providing sufficient money for public educa-
tion, roads and other programs that HFloridians rely
upon daily.
There were no second thoughts. It had become part
of Florida's heritage, thanks to Govs. Bob Martinez,
Lawton Chiles and Jeb Bush, who knew Florida's
natural beauty and treasurers were the reason new
residents and businesses flocked to the state. And they
knew it would be self-defeating not to.preserve sensi
rive land thaqprotected drinking water supplies and _
enabled residents and visitors to enjoy the outdoors. '
But then the Grealt Recession hit, younger lawmakers
who didn't properly value Florida's environment took
Office after others were term-limited, and Gov. Rick
Scott, a relative newcomer to the stale, was elected.
Environmental protection was put on the chopping.
block. Growth management laws weregutted....
This is why voters need to enthusiastically back.
' Florida's Water and Land Legacy Campaign a drive
to place a proposed amendment to Florida's consti-
tution on the November 2014 ballot. If adopted, the
amendment would, for the first time, guarantee a state :
Source of funding for land preservation and other envi-
ronmental programs in Florida.
The effort is spearheaded by some of the most distin-.
guished environmental groups in Florida including
the Trust for Public Land, Audubon Florida, the Nature '
Conservancy, Florida Wildlife Federation and 1000
Friends of Florida.
This is not some land grab or an attempt to dilute ,
private property rights. Indeed, it protects landown-
ers' rights, allowing the state to buy lands outright that,
should be protected....
But first things first: The Florida Supreme Court has
to approved the ballot language which shouldn't be a
problem, in our view. The review is scheduled for Sept.
19.
Obtaining the number of required registered vot-
S ers' signatures is the bigger hurdle, and that's where ,
citizens can help. The campaign (florida waterlandle-.
. gacy.org) needs 683,149 verified signatures to make the
ballot as of lasrfweek, the count stood at 119,305.
The statutory deadline is Feb. 1, 2014, in order to
make the general election ballot that November, but
S the campaign isn't taking chances, shooting for Nov. 30
to be safe.... .
The Legislature in recent years hasn't shown the ap-
preciation for Florida's environment that past Legisla-
Stures Republican and Democrat did. Voters have
the chance to6 take matters into their own hands.
Signing the petition to gain a spot on the ballot
-and pushing the proposed amendment to victory
with at least 60 percent of the vote in November 2014
would indeed leave a legacy for our children, grand-'
children and future generations.


SNews-Journal,.

Daytona Beach '
Sen. Rubio and




Obamacare

Urlorida's junior senator, Marco Rubio, was in the
S -,. state-last week promising to stop the Affordable.
L Care Act President Obama's signature health care
law passed in 2010.. '
But citizens, even Rvbio's fellow Republicans, should,
be wary of Rubio'svow.
Rubio and some members of Congress would accom-
plish their goal of defunding "Obamacare" by courting
a shutdown of the federal government. It's time for both
Democrats and Republicans in Washington -includ-
ing Obama and Rubio to stop playing these high-
stakes budget games. Such games could mean disaster,
for the economy. .
There have been about 40 votes to repeal Obamacare.
since the Democrats control the White House 'and the
U.S. Senate, the bills never go far. Now, Republicans,
who control the U.S. Hpuse of Representatives, see a
strategy in pulling the funding for the health care pro-
gram from an upcoming federal budget.
This'strategy is bad politics and bad policy....
To be fair, Rubio, a Republican from Coral Gables,
says he does not mention a government shutdown.
Rubio notes Obama is the one threatening to do that
with his veto pen. ..
But Rubio knows the consequences of defunding
Obamacare, the president's signature law, in the budget
process. Rubio is using this opportunity to score politi-
cal points aftr seeing the GOP lose the 2012 election,
which was some vindication for Obamacare. The
Republican loss in 2012, of course, does not mean.there
won't or shouldn't be future opportunities to tweak or"
reform Obamacare, or repeal it entirely.
But if a government shutdown happens, there will be
no political points to gamer. There will be three losers:
the Republicans, the Democrats and the economic


recovery.


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How many more American killing fields?


BY MARSHA MERCER :

;r1his time, itwas Duncan, Okla.
S He was a college aseba
L player from Australia, out for
arun on a summer afternoon. They
were three bored teenagers, driv-
ing around town with a 22-caliber
revolver.
Their worlds collided in an instant
on Aug. 16, when Christopher Lane,
22, jogged past, and the teens fol-
lowed. The 16-year-old, sitting In
the back sear, allegedly shot Lane
in the back. The 17-year-old driver
stomped on the accelerator and the
1993 black Ford Focus sped off, tires
squealing. Lane fell to his knees
on Country Club Road, mortally
wounded'
"It c.uld have been anybody- it
was such a random.acr," Capt. lay
Evans of the Duncan Police told Sky


News, an Australian TV-network
There ere 30 homicides with
handguns everyday inAmerica.
The cold-blooded murder of Chris
Lane was particularly shocking be-
cause the boys said they killed "for
the fun of it."
SNo one would have thought that
Duncan, population 24,000, would,
be America's latest killing field.'
"This is not Duncan, Okla.," said
district attorney Jason Hicks. And
he's right, in a wav.
The people of Duncan responded
as kind-hearted Americans always
do in such tragedies. A passerby
called 911; another woman per-
formed CPR on Lane. Local restau-
rants and the Unfited Way raised
funds for Lane's family in Mel-
bourne, Australia, and that of his
girlfriend Sarah Harper in Duncan.
But make no mistake, Duncan


Sis America. Terrifying, gun-related
events are all too common. Four
days after Chris Lane was killed, a
20-year-oldgunman toting anAK-
S47 slipped into a crowded elemen-
tary school in Atlanta and fired a
few shots' at the floor in the office.
A school clerk miraculously talked
Michael Hill, who was described as
mentally unstable, into giving him-
self up. That time, no one was hurt.
This latest case of gun violence
should be a wake-up call for Ameri-
cans to think about the forces in so-
ciety that are leading young people
to disregard human life.
This time, it was Duncan. No one
knows where the next American
killing field will be. But we do know
there will be one.
Marsh. Mercer writes from Washington. You
may contact her at marsha.merceriyahioo
corn 2013 Marsha Mercer All rights reserved.


Look out for the breast-feeding controversy
BY GENE LYONS ing breast-feeding altogether, which securing the infant's affections, the
A e the outset of a hew school the Grinnell College sociologist practice needed to be'renounced
Syeai, the news media offer confesses made her feel like a cow. in the interest of gender equity.
helpful tips for college stu- Perhaps not coincidentally Erick- Baby'gets a.boo-boo, baby runs to
dents: "Choosing the right major," son too teaches classes on "Gender Mommy. And that would never do.
"6 tips for surviving dorm life," "5' and Society" at the Iowa college. "It's one thing our bodies do that
things you should never say to your Her bottle-feeding manifesto ap- reinforces the social differences
professor," stuff like that. Rarely peared in the Iowa City Press-Cid- between men and women ... Some-
do they offer practical advice for zen, where it attracted hundreds of times'we have to do a runaround
students who find themselves en- incredulous responses. our bodies to ensure equity. Some-
rolled in a course taught by a faculty After the birth of her first child, times we have to do some social
member who's a total crackpot. she explains, Erickson's life as a engineering to help dislodge our
Or to put it more succinctly: mrhammal struck her as terribly un- social aspirations from the dictates
another year, another collegiate fair. Notonly did nursing her infant of our glands and gonads." -.'.' .
breast-feeding controversy. Possibly son impose restraints on her own No ,biological conditions, please,
you remember the brief sensation "spatial mobility and time," but the 'we're gender specialists existing in
about this time last year, when Prof. "part no one ever talks about is that 'a realm of pure theory. What with
Adrienne Pine suckled her infant breast-feeding also consolidates entire academic disciplines these
daughter in front of a classroom pre-existing biological tendencies'". days devoted to such quasi-Marxian
filled with students attending her that privilege the breast-feeding .. humbug- a curious combina-
"Sex, Gender and Culture" class at parent." tion of the perfectly obvious and
American University. The an- Yes, you read that right. Nursing the utterly absurd the odds of
thropologist explained that she'd her child was a joyous experience to a student's encountering a Froot
brought the feverish baby to work Erickson. "Every time I got to breast Loop with an attitude and aPh.D.
with her rather than cancel the first feed him I was holding my son, .approach certainty.
class of the semester. When the singing, whispering, touching, and The thing to do is to consider it a
child began crying, Pine put her loving on my sweet little boy... I had learning experience.
toherbreast andwent onwith her::' never knownwhat it was like to be '
lecture. that close t another human." .: Arkansas Times Golumrrit Gene Lyons is a
Now comes Prof. aria A. Erick-. Butas" it as gv he national Magazine Award winner and co-author
gNow comes Prof. KarAoave lea an unE .-: of"The Hunting of the President' You can email
son's path-breaking article renpmunc- advantage.over her husband in ;'.. Lyons.ateugenelyqns2@yahoo.com.

:L : Letters to the Editor .'

Dad faces c d'sfist dayof school
I hadbeenaslkedto, 'tene6d quietly, and then* him the experience I had the sturgeon farm is near
teach fifth-grade students, ledf the father to his son's as my sons each had their Bascom so how-would
how to fold the American room. Dad peeked in. first day of school. My that affect the residents
flag at a local school. Hav- There was his boy enjoy- wife and I captured, our 17. miles south of town?
ing arrived early, I met a inghis hew first-grade, boys'first day on Super 8 -The old ripple effect
Young man, a father who comrades in the wonder- movies and we relive this comes to mind. Anything
had come to check on his ment of learning. nostalgic moment from that happens to'the aqui-
son's first day at school. .The father was relieved,, time to time. fer happens to the water
It was the father's lunch comforted by what he So, to those many dads supply for us all.
hour, during which he saw yet still experienc-.. and moms who are hav- The water level here
darted out to the school ing the "separation" pain 'ing their "first day" mo- has dropped nearly 18
to see how his son was of his first-born'ow ments, congratulations feet in the last 15 years.
getting along. I have 'enrolled in the first day for loving your children. Our docks are out of the
known the father several 'of many, many days in They will make it and so water and unusable for
years, as he attended high elementary school, fol- will you. Feel freeto go recreational purposes.
school with my sons, who lowed by middle school, and peek at your child in Five home owners have
are now in their late 30s high school and college, their new environment, needed to drill new wells.
and early 40s. as his son would course Cherish the moment, and Could it be possible the
I was moved that the down life's road. thank God for this won- lake would drop even fur-
father was nervous about I listened' and encour- derful blessing who calls their with so much water
his son's first day of aged the father as he you Mom and Dad. Love pulled from the aquifer?
-school, having gotten the experienced this separa- them, guide them, teach The request for tremen-
first-grader up, carefully tion anxiety. Then I gave them, and pray for them; dous amounts of water
: dressed hihm, prepared the father a huge bear then gradually let them usage by Sturgeon Aqua-
his lunch box and then hug and promised him. go to grow into the person Farms is worrisome. Con-
driven him to.school. He that everything would be they are to become. Love sidering that meetings are
watched as his son exited all right, that both he and is having to let go. packed in opposition, it is
vehicle, walked up the his son would endure this MIKE MAJORS worrisome for people in
stpns and into'thpe schnnl first dav. Marianna all arts of the county.


with other first-graders.
Throughout the
morning the father was
concerned about his son
making the transition,
from home life to his first
day's encounter of going
to real school. Now, as
he arrived at the school,
he checked with the duty
teacher and shared his
concern.
The duty teacher lis-


I know there were many
other parents experienc-
ing similar anxiety as
their sons and daughters
had their first day of
'school. Amazingly, we
Small make it through this
"first" day.
I was especially proud
and moved by the
concerns of this young
father. In a way, he was
my son too. I related to


Consider the
ripple effect
How many million
gallons of water does
sturgeon aqua farm r
need? As a longtime r
dent of Silver Lake so
of Marianna, I think i
becomes an important
question to be consid
ered.
Some may reason tI


Good decisions about
our water supply must'
be made by officials at
the state and local level
a Looking at the broad
really picture, I think the best
resi- thing to do is protect
uth what Mother Nature
it has provided and deny
nt 'the authorization ofthe
d- requested permit.
MARYDUNGAN
hat Marianna/Silver Lake






JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com


LOCHL/STHTE


SUNDAY. AUGUST25,2013 5AF


The coast is clear for locals and investors


"They're closin'down the
hangout...
The air is turning' cool...
They're shuttin'douwn the
Super-Slide...
The kids are back in-schooL"
"When the Coast is Clear" by
Jimmy Buffett /
hat collective sigh you
hear from Orlando to
Panama City is emanating
from locals who are reclaim-
ing their communities. We are
all grateful for the economic
impact provided by our annual
visitors. Tourism is Florida's
largest industry, providing
some $67 billion annually. But
this time of year reminds us
that we are permanent Florida
residents, and that our state
and towns are much more.than;


destinations where folks vaca-
tion annually. As the Bible says
*a and as The Byrds
sang on "Tren,
Turn, Turn", "To
everything, there
is atseason."
So whathis the
Mvargaret time of the sea-
McDowel son for investors?
Current market
conditions are
dominated by five words: a
rising interest rate environ-
ment. Investors would be well
served to look for securities
that weather well in this type of
investment season.
On'the fixed income side,
short duration bonds, senior
bank loans, convertible bonds
and floating rate bonds have
..historically held their ground in


periods of rising interest rates.
In equities, utilities and compa-
nies that depend on borrowing
cheap money for expansion
traditionally show short term
declines when interest rates
rise. These type of companies
need capital, and if they can't
borrow cheaply, and don't raise
their prices; their earnings can
sometimes fall. It's usually not a
permanent dip, though, which
is the good -news. If one invests
in a utility that pays a dividend,
the investor enjoys the dividend
payout while the stock is expe-
riencing a temporary downturn.
And utilities aretraditionally'
stable investments;who is likely
to stop paying their power bill in
August? '
Conventional wisdom,
though, trends toward shifting


more toward industrials and
financial during this type of
investment environment. The
fact that interest rates have
risen is indicative of an improv-
ing economy, even though the
growth is slower than we would
all prefer. That assumption is
based on increased manufactur-
ing orders, upticks in commer-
cial and residential buying and
building, and the need for heavy
machinery and office equip-
ment to supply job sites and
new businesses, respectively.
Financials, like banks, enjoy a
better spread for loaning money
as rates rise, and the bank-
ing business generally is more
profitable.
SChoppy, volatile markets
could potentially return later in
autumn, when the debt ceiling'


debate resumes. The last time
Congress fought this battle the
equity markets experienced a
temporary downturn. So when
the political rhetoric regarding
the lebt ceiling heats back up
later this year, possibly around
Halloween, markets may feel
the heat.
But like last time, hopefully it
will be a temporary downturn
and provide a nice entry point
or a buying opportunity.
Margaret R. McDowell, ChFC, AIFI. a
syndicated economic columnist, Chartered
.Financial Consultant and Accredited
Investment Fiduciary, is the founder of
Arbor Wealth Management. LLC, (850-608-
6121~www.arborwealth.net), a "Fee-Only"
Registered Investment Advisory Firm
located near Destin, FL. Arbor Wealth
specializes in portfolio management for
clients with $250,000 or more of investable
assets.


JACKSON COUNTY YOUTH COUNCIL HOSTS BACK-TO-SCHOOL RALLY


L~u r~uIV A I EI r1nL, I I,
T buthi President Al Johnson of the Jackson County Youth Coun-
y cil presents a laptop to Angela Jackson, during this year's JCYC
.L Back-to-School Rally. Jackson was the winner of a laptop do-

nated by LaDray Gilbert of the Gilbert Firm.


F following the recent Back-to-School Rally, members of the Jack-
son CountyYouth Council pose for a photo with Community
Liaison T'keyah Jones of the Gilbert Firm.


State Briefs


Police: Teacher
Sought student sex
SBOCARATON--A
South Florida high school
teacher faces a criminal
charge after allegedly us-
ing Facebook to solicit sex
From students. '
Deputies with the Palm
' BeachSheriff's:Office
arrested Ste'ie Glasspool
Thursday. She has been
charged with solicit-,
inga childfor unlawful
sexual conduct using a


computer;' :
Police launched an'
investigation after a'17-
year-old student told his
parents about the sexu-
-ally-suggestive messages
and they reported it to
authorities.
Police:Man beat
9-year-old girl
JACKSONVILLE-A -
Northeast Florida man
faces an attempted mur-
Sder charge after allegedly
beating a 9-year-old girl


SON THE MENU'.
SCHOOL MENUS: Lunch- SIoppy Joe on aBun,
FORAUG. 26-30 P:. eluxe Mac & Cheese; Choice
.'.of up tb 4: Steamed Broccoli,
MONDAY Steamed Carrots, Fresh.As-
MN DAY :- sorted Fruit, Chilled Mixed Fruit:
Breakfast Choice of One: -'. 100% FruitJuice
Breakfast Pizza Bagel; Assorted; :- R. .
Cereal & Toast, Choice of Fruit:,- .." .r,: F" RIDAY
Assorted Fresh Fruit, Baked i .: '- .I.
Apple Slices; 100% Fruit Juice'. BreakIfast Choice of One:
-Lunch Popcorn Chicken Pancake on a Stick. Assorted
Bowl, Ham & Cheese Melt; :. Cereal & Toast: Choice of Fruit:
Choice of up tO 4: Sweet Potato Assorted Fresh Fruit, Chilled
Wedges, Baked Beans, Fresh As- Mixed Fruit; 100% Fruit Juice.
sorted Fruit, Pineapple Tidbits; Lunch Fresh Baked Pizza, .
100% Fruit Jiiice. Bean & Cheese Burrito, Turkey,
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TUESDAY
SBreakfast -Choice of One:
Cinnamon Roll, Assorted
Cereal & Toast; Choice of Fruit:
Assorted FreshFruit, Chilled
Applesauce; 100% Fruit Juice.
Lunch'- Soft Tacos, Cheese
Quesadilla; Choice of up to 4:
Refried Beans, Steamed Corn,
Fresh Assorted Fruit, Chilled
Peaches; 100% Fruit Juice.

WEDNESDAY
Breakfast -- Choice of One:
Chicken Biscuit, Assorted
Cereal & Toast; Choice of Fruit:
Assorted Fresh Fruit, Chilled
Pineapple Tidbits; 100% Fruit
Juice.
Lunch Chicken Patty on
Bun; French Toast & Sausage,
Egg Frittata; Choice of up to 4:
Steamed Green Beans, Sweet
Potato Wedges Fresh Assorted
Fruit, Chilled Pears; 100% Fruit
Juice.

THURSDAY
Breakfast Choice of One:
Sausage Biscuit, Assorted
Cereal & Toast; Choice of Fruit:
Assorted Fresh Fruit, Chilled
Pears; 100% Fruit Juice.


in a Best Buy restroom.
Jacksonville area TV
station First Coast News.',
reports that police have '
arrested 29-year-old ,
James Patrick Tadros in
the assault.
Authorities say Tadros t
lured.the girl into the
women's bathroom of
a Jacksonville Best Buy "
Friday night. Police say he


then punched and kicked
her and put a plastic bag -
over her head while hold-
ing her down in the toilet.
A customer heard the
girl's screams, entered the
restroomand helped stop
the attack...-
'The girl is being treated
at University of Florida
Health hospital.
.'From wire reports .


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Carrot Sticks,-Fresh Assorted :... .- .-PB23 -
Fruit, Chilled Mixed Fruit- 100% .
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Jackson County Schools Food Weld neg4y:i- &4 ,
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to change. .

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE CITY OF MARTANNA
PLANNING & ZONING BOARD OF ITS INTENT TO CONDUCT
A PUBLIC MEETING TO REVIEW THE;FOLLOWING
APPLICATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS:
Big Bend Community Based Care, Incorporated A variance request from Marianna
City Code, Land Development Code, Section 4-3.4(1), which regulates parking
setbacks and a major development order request for property located on the west side
of Jireh Court within the City of Marianna;
Ordinance 1020 amending the City of Marianna Comprehensive Plan and Future Land
S Use Map;
Ordinance 1021 amending the City of Marianna Land lDevelopment Code and Zoning
Map;
Ordinance 1022 Adult Businesses Ordinance; and
Other Business
The public meeting will be held in the City Commission Chambers
of Marianna City Hall located at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida
on Monday the 26th of August 2013 at 4:00 p.m.
Comments are encouraged. Anyone desiring information may
contact the City of Marianna Municipal Development Department at 2897 Jefferson Street,
Marianna, Florida or contact by phone at (850) 482-2786 during regular business hours.


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Her former supervisor
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tor' of Public Relations,
said, "Eveln is one of the
most valuable employees
on campus. She does an
incredible amount of work
to support all college pro-
grams and organizations.
She has earned the respect
ofher colleagues and those
- at other colleges through-
out'the state."
- Ward and her husband'
Randy graduated from'
Chipo0ja. Their, children,
Andy and Kendyl, 'also are
alufini.The family is active
Sin the First Baptist Church-
of Marianna.Ward also di-
rects the handbell choir at
the First United Methodist
Church in Sneads. '
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career service employees.
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by fellow employees for ex-
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Fred Provost (right) hovers his quad copter near the crowd while making a demonstration
flight.
T he skies at the Marianna Airport were filled with the buzzing
and growling of engines Saturday as the 15 pilots who attended
the Chipola R/C Aviators Fly-In put their planes though their
acrobatic paces for the crowd. Visitors could see everything from
global-positioning-assisted quadcopters to planes made of foam and
scale models of real aircraft.


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yed for the flight was
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has ever had to fly.
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Nursery has 100-plus plant varieties


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckha.ier@'icnioridjn ::,cm

With two full careers
already behind him, Cy-
press-area resident Gene
Ryals wasn't content to
simply retire for good.
To find fulfillment in his
later years, he turned to
the lifestyle that had meant
his survival as a child. He
now owns Ryals Hill Nurs-
ery, where he grows a wide
variety of bedding plants,
flowers, trees and a few
vegetables. He sells these
at the Marianna Farmers
Market on Saturdays, and
what he produces is always
in high demand.
Altogether, he hag about
100 varieties of plants. He
claims to want to cut back
to 20 or so, but there's no
sign, really, that he's fol-
lowing through on that
idea.
'His short list of offer-
ings includes blueberries,
camellias, roses, night-
blooming jasmine, an-
gel trumpets, lime trees,
Satsuma trees, sweet and
sour kumquats, grape-
fruit trees, lemon trees,
dogwood trees, stevia, as-
sorted herbs, like Mexican
and Cuban oregano, a va-
riety of pepper plants, as-
sorted lilies and hibiscus.
He's also has tomatoes and
is nurturing an heirloom
'cranberry tomato that he
hopes to have on the mar-
. ket soon. '
Ryals claims to grow in
limited amounts. "I try to
grow enough 'for myself
and my family and to share
with friends. If I have some
I can sell, that's frosting
on the cake," he says. Yet
he grows enough to have
donated dozens of young
dogwood trees to give
away at the market's recent
Customer Appreciation
Day .
In addition to his 25-
year career in the'Army Air
Forces/Air Force and his
many years as an agricul-
ture teacher in the Calhoun
County School system, Ry-
als and his son manyye.ars
ago had a landscaping
business inTallahassee. He
says all his children have
a green thumb, and that
he learned a lot of what
he knows as a child grow-
ing up on a truck farm in
hard times. When Ryals


PHOTOS BY MARKSKINI
Gene Ryals (right) tells Mary Ann and Fern Scott how a Cuban oregano plant is used.


was 3 years old, his father 12 cents a gallon. We could
died: Ryals said his mother get a pound of lard with
moved the family back to the next load, a bag of flour
her home community of with the next, some sugar
Webster after that, and that with the next, andwe sur-
she and his grandmother vived. It was a day-to-day
instilled in him "whatever thing to achieve."
knowledge and ethics I The family also grew
have." strawberries in Webster,
They did what they once considered the straw-
could to put food on the berry capital of the world,
table; for instance, his he said. "I picked many a
mother hoed vegetables quart," he recalled.
for 75 cents a day. She built When he was very young,
crates, filled boxes and he remembers, he was
sectionized grapefruit for once given a drawing knife
farmers, finding work as and the job of peeling the
best she could at a time bark off the cypress trees
when very few jobs for thatwouldbeusedtobuild
women existed. She did an the first shed for a, new
admirable job, he son says, farmers market in Webster
"earning enough money to in the late 1930s or early
get us a little something to 1940s. The shed stayed in
eat." service for the next 50 to 60
When he was old enough, years. It has only recently
Ryals started helping feed been retired and replaced
the family too. "One of the by a steel structure.
things we did to. survive, The day before his 18th
was to hunt frogs," he said. birthday in 1943,he enlist-
"We could sell: the frog ediin the Army Air Forces,
legs." which would later morph
He also remembers an-' into the Air Force. He took


other regular chore. "We
pulled Spanish moss from
the trees. We had an old
Model A Ford that we'd
cut down to take a flatbed,
and we used it to haul the
moss. We laid it on the
clothesline to dry and let
the vegetation decay. The
strong fiber that was left
was used in horse col-
lars and other things, like
car upholstery.. A load of
moss would bring enough
money to put nwo to three
gallons of gas in the car,
when it was going for 11 or


some time off after his first
tour of duty and earned a
masters degree in agricul-
ture education and another
degree in supervision and
administration.. He went
back into the. Air Force,
became a pilot, and retired
as a major after serving in
the Air Force's Continental
WX W- T'1-17


Air Command, patrolling
the coasts of the United
States.
His second career was
as a vocational agricul-
ture teacher .at Altha High
School. He and his stu-
, dents built two greenhous-
es at the school, a boiler
house where they raised
chickens, and at one point
were raising 12,000-15,000
birds a year. The school
operation, under his lead-
ership, also operated a
state-of-the-art farrowing
house for swine.
After he retired from his
Altha school career, he was
asked to establish a horti-
cuture/agriculture pro-
gram for the Leon County
School system. He still gets
phone calls from .people
seeking advice from all
over the communities he's
touched with his knowl-
edge of agriculture.-
He's proud to say that he
has vrwo former students
who wound up manag-
ing farmers cooperatives
and others who went on to
successful careers in other
fields.
He' may be cutting back
on his operation; that's
what he says. But timnie and
the, greenhouse will tell
whether his actions con-
tiniue to contradict those
words.
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people in our area to
make bad decisions.
Let's be clear:


Ryals
describes
this
grapefruit
tree
variety as
he holds
a piece
of fruit
growing
on its
branches.


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Jackson County TDC Executive Director Pam Fuqua (left)
distributes Day Trip rack cards at the Bay County Convention
and Visitor Bureau.

Jackson County


TDC leader visits


Panama City Beach
Frm rn rt ,p,:,r.: on one side of the tall rack
cards. Both counties are
Promoting Jackson saturating the market with
Count. at tourist-drawing the cards at resorts and
locations in the region is other areas in Bay County
a priority as the pre-Labor as well as the Florida \Wel-
Day weekend approaches, come Center on Interstate
and lackson County Tour- 10 near Pensacola and' the
ist Development Council one near Dothan at the
Executive Director Pam Aldabama/Florida line on
Fuqua isn't letting the op- U.S. 231.
pormunity pass. The intent is to attract -.
She was in Panama Citry visitors to the counties as
Beach on Friday. distribut- an alternative active for
ing some freshly-reprinted beach-goers looking for
Day Trip rack cards at the something else to do while
Bay County Convention they're in the area.
and Visitor Bureau and Fuqua is also talking to
other locations, individuals while she's
The rack cards include a there, focusing on a phrase
list of ecotourism and his- she coined this summer:
toric attractions in lackson "Burned at the beach? Cool
and Washington counties, off at the Caverns," she's
Each county is featured telling folks. -


Picture Grandma and Grandpa thumbing through their morning paper to
find a Grandparents' Day greeting from their loving grandkids...
you'll make their day! Simply send your favorite family photo, entry form
and $20 to the Jackson County Floridan by September 4, 2013.
Submission Guidelines:
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Jackson County Floridan
4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna, FL 32448.
2. All submissions must be received by 5PM on September 4, 2013.
S. 3. Potos can be picked up from the Jackson County Floridan office.
S. ., 4. 4;AJI greetings will.be published in the Jackson County Floridan on
-tNational -Grandparents' Day, September 8, 2013.
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. . " ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
In this 2011 artist rendering; Hafiz MuhammedSher All Khan, 76 (right), and one of his sons, 24-year-old Izhar Khan (left),
are shown in federal court in Miami. Hafiz Khan, an elderly Muslim cleric in South florida was sentenced Friday to 25 years in
federal prisonmfor his conviction on charges of funneling tens ofthousands of dollars to the Pakistani Taliban."

Imam gets 25 years for Taliban support


S The Associated Press calls and Khan's fac&e-'. During trial, Khan testi-
.' ", face conversations with an fiedinhisown defense that
MIAMI -:An elderly undercover informant. In although, he sometimes
Muslim cleric was -sen- the calls, Khan discusses made, strongly worded
tenced Friday to 25 years details of numerous *w-e political statements, the
in prison following his transfers to Pakistan over moneyhe sent to Paldstan
convictions on terrorism a three-year period that was for family, friends and
support charges for setid- 'totaled about $50,000. 'C harity. In particular, Khan
ing: tens of thousands Khan also was overheard: said he sent money to a re-
of dollars overseas to 'fi- praising deadly attacks by ligious school,, or madras-
nance the Pakistani Tal- the Taliban in both Pakid sa, that he'd founded in
iban, which has launched stan and Afghanistan, in- Paldstan'sSwatValley. That
numerous violent attacks cluding a 2009 bombing .school was closed for a
against both Paldkistan's -at a CIA base in Khost, time by the Pakistani gov-
government and U.S. Afghanistan, In another' 'ernment, which claimed it-
targets. call, -Khan. was heard was aTaliban hideout and
Haflz Khan, 78,hadfaced wishing for the deaths training ground.,
up to 60 years behind bars of 50,00.0' U.S. "troops in 'Khan also claimed in
on four terrorism support- Afghanistan. his testimony that he only
Related changes. But U.S. "May Allah untterly'-,de- pretended to, support
'District Judge Robert Sco- stroy them. The destruc- extremist Taliban views
la opted for less than the;' tion if they do not repent -, including toppling
maximum term, although and do not revert to the Pakistan's government in
it is ,10 years morethan the right path," Khan said on favor of one that would
sentence recommended the FBI recording.' : impose strict Islamic law
by federal prosecutors. Scola said several times in order to obtain $1
The case against Khan, Friday that the evidence million promised him by
who was imam at a MNi- against Khan was strong, the man who turned out
ami mosque prior to his "I can't think of a case to be the FBI informant.
2011 arrest, was-built 'on where the evidence would Prosecutors said that was
hundreds of FBI record- be more overwhelmingly a complete fabrication.
ings of both telephone clear," the judge said. "Terrorists need money.


What he did was put lives
at risk," saidAssistant U.S.
Attorney John Shipley. "It
put Pakistani lives at risk
and it put American lives
at risk." '
In a statement to the
judge in Pashto through
an interpreter, Khan again
. insisted he was not a ter-
rorism financier and that
his intent was to help the
poor in, his native Swat
-Valley. ..
- "I did not send .one dol-
lar to -the terrorists or the
fighting Thliban," Khan
said. "I. am absolutely
against the terrorists and
the violence." '
Khan's wife, Fatima, ap-
pealed to Scola from her
wheelchair, also in Pash-
-.to, to allow him to come
home. She said .his giants
against Pakistan and the
U.S. on the FBI tapes did
not mean he was a propo-
nent of violence.
He gets angry a lot. He
is o6t speaking from his
heart," she said.


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Allied Veterans

commander

pleads no contest


The Associated Press
i
SANFORD The leader
of a veterans' charity that
prosecutors say was a $300
million gambling opera-
.tion entered a no-contest
plea to running an illegally
lottery on Friday, a deci-
sion that will allow him to
skip prison time but likely
will make him a'star wit-
ness at the trials of dozens
of defendants still facing
criminal .charges. .
Jerry Bass, the national
commander of Allied Vet-
erans of the World, en-
tered a no-contest plea to
two counts, 'of operating
an illegal lottery. Bass may
testify as a witness for the
prosecution and defense
during the trial of other
defendants, which is set to
start next month, said his
Attorney, Charles Hobbs.
Bass had faced more
than 200 charges including
running an illegal lottery,
money laundering and
possessing slot machines.
"This allows him the op-
portunity to move forward
with his life," Hobbs said.
"It's important for him to
move forward and nothave
to deal with the specter of
aneight-week trial."
Another defendant,;John
Hess6rig, was given the op-
portunir, to enterapretrial
diversion program.
* Bass and Hessong were
the latest of the 57 Allied
Veterans defendants to
reach some kind of agree-
ment with prosecutors.
Allied \Veterans' former
commander, Johnny Dun-
can, last week pleaded
no contest to one. count
of money laundering and
four counts of maintaining
an illegal lotter. He will be
sentenced t6 probation at
a later date.


The fact that prosecutors
have reached deals with
defendants is evidence
that they're retreating from
their case, said Mitchell
Stone, an attorney for Kelly
Mathis, a Jacksonville at-
torney whom prosecutors
describe as Allied Veterans'.
mastermind.
Stone asked a judge on
Friday to drop the charg-
es against Mathis, saying
Mathis was only doing
his job as a lawyer by giv-
ing legal advice to Allied
Veterans' affiliates. Stone
also attacked as a "fraud"
a prosecution witness who
helped- investigators put
together their case.
"The government is in-
vested here. Their focus
now is on Kelly Mathis
because he gave legal ad-
vice," Stone said. Prosecu-
tors have been unable to
prove that Mathis "made
a dime outside his legal
bills," he said.
But prosecutor James
SSchheider told Circuit
Judge Kenneth Lester-that
Mathis was paid much
higher than the usual
hourly fee given attorneys.
Mathis also was involved
in selecting who would op-..
erate affiliates and where
they would .be located.
"He was heavily in-
volved," Schneider said.
The judge didn't imme-
diately make a decision.
The investigation into Al-
liedVeterans led to the res-
ignation of former Lt. Gov.
Jennifer'Carroll after she
was interviewed during
the probe. She has denied
wrongdoing' and wasn't
charged.
The Florida Legislature
banned the operations'.
knowii as.Internet cafes af-.
ter the arrests of.the 57 Al-
liedVeterans defendants.


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Hospital won't hire smokers after Jan. 1
TheAssociated Press to remain tobacco-free business, andweshouldbe plovees use tobacco. Evol- Hosnital officials say the es to imrnrove the health nf


NEW SMYRNA BEACH
- If you smoke, don't
bother applying for a job
at Bert Fish Medical Cen-
ter in New Smyirna Beach.
Starting Jan. 1, the hos-
pital will no longer hire
tobacco users.
The Daytona Beach
News-Journal reports ap-
plicants will be tested
for a nicotine byproduct
and sign an agreement


throughout their employ-
ment. The policy doesn't
apply to volunteers, medi-
cal staff or some 700 em-
ployees who are already
working at the hospital.
In 2009 the hospital be-
came a smoke-free cam-
pus. In January 2012, it
started charging $25 per
paycheck for smokers
who elect to take health
insurance. .
."We are in the health care


a role model," said Nancy
Evolga, executive director
of human resources for the
hospital. "There is 50 years
of data that says tobacco
use is bad."
Ifan employee hired after
Jan. 1 tests positive for the
nicotine byproduct will be
subject to disciplinary ac-
tion up to termination.
A health-risk survey
found that about 22 per-:
cent of the hospital's em-


ga said the hospital offers
free tobacco-cessation
counseling to employees
and their families.
The newspaper reports
that money collected from
tobacco users is pooled to
fund a wellness initiative
Called Fit for Life. Employ-
ees are offered yoga class-
es at the hospital, or they
can take healthy meals
home, or join walking
clubs.


decision was made in part
because of the high health
care costs and lost pro-
ductivity associated with
smoking.
"Our mission is to im-
prove the overall health
of our southeast Volusia
community, not just treat
illness," the hospital's chief
executive officer told the
News-Journal. "Bert Fish
Medical Center sets an ex-
ample for other ,business-


their workforce by not hir-
ing tobacco users."
Other area hospitals
have taken similar ac-
tions, including Florida
Hospital Flagler in Palm
Coast and Florida Hospital
Fish Memorial in Orange
City. Neither facilities hire
smokers.
The newspaper reports
that all hospital campus-
es in Volusia and Flagler
counties are smoke-free.


TURTLE RELEASED OFF KEYS


Court throws out light

prison terms for guards


Thle Atociated Press

MIAMI A federal ap-
peals court has thrown
out lenient sentences
imposed on two Florida
prison guards convicted
of abuse against inmates.
A three-judge panel
of the 11ith U.S. Circuit
Court of Appeals ordered
new sentencing hear-
ings for guards Alexander
McQueen and Stephen
Dawkins. Both were con-
victed of obstruction of
justice and McQueen of
conspiracy for beating in-
mates with their fists and


broomsticks in 2009 at the
South Florida Reception
Center.
A third guard pleaded
guilty to a misdemeanor
and got a one-year sen-
tence. To avoid dispar-
ity, U.S. District Judge
Cecilia Altonaga imposed
terms of one year for Mc-
Queen and one month for
Dawkins.
The appeals court found
those sentences light, for
felonies. The sentenc-
ing guidelines minimum
for MNIcQueen was 12
years and 15 months for
Dawkins.


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I n this photo provided by the Florida Keys Neiws Bureau, a crowd gathers on the beach at
; :Cheeca Lodge to see "Taco," just prior to the sub-adult, loggerhead sea turtle's release '-
aFriday off the Florida Keys. The 75-pound endangered reptile was discovered floating in *
"a nearby channel May 5, rescued by, the U.S. Coast Guard Au:dxiliary and takento the Florida
Keys-based Turtle Hospital for treatment that included administerimg antibiotics and Beano,,
a human dietary supplement used to reduce digestive tract gas.
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Scott christens roller 'Tampa Bay'area man has
pnthmr, rnn' r 'l, been sentenced to death
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.DAYTONA BEACH
.-Gov. Rick Scott stopp(
by the Daytona Beach!
i Boardwalk'tochristen'
a a new roller coasterbut
, :declined to take a ride.
SScottattended the of-
. ficial opening of the San
Blaster on Friday. When
asked if he wanted to try
out, Scott saidmaybe ne
time. .
SThe Daytona &Beach
SNews-lournal reports
that the roller coaster
Actually started carrying
, riders Aug. 2, after get-
tring approval from state
inspectors.
The coaster's owners
bought the 40-year-old,
85-foot-tall ride from a
closed amusement park
in Delaware. Co-owner
SEd Kennedy says the
ride will run year-round
and should:be sturdy
enough to withstand an)
hurricanes.

Man sentenced to
death in fatal robbe
ST. PETERSBURG-A


After pleading guilty to
Stwo murders.
ed Pinellas County Judge
Philip Federico ordered
29-year-old Khadafy Mul-
lens to be sentenced to
death Friday, saying the
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the store in August 2008.
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mother were transported
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Separate trialsin
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with killing a Brevard '
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tried separately.
A judge ruled Thursday
that 19-year-old Andria.
Michelle.Kerchner and22-
year-old Brandon Bradley
will be charged separately
on first-degreemurder
charges.
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Afghan villagers speaks during a news conference after a sentencing hearing for Staff Sgt. Robert Bales at Joint Base Lewis-
McChord, Wash., on Friday. Bales, who massacred 16 Afghan civilians in 2012 in one of the worst atrocities of the Iraq a.d
Afghanistan wars,was sentenced Friday to life in prison with no chance of parole. .


Vlllagers unsaisfiedby sentence


I The -As-ocited Pre4

JOINT BASE LEWIS-
MCCHORD, Wash. -The
U.S. soldier who. massa-
,cred 16 Afghan civilians
last year in ,one of the
worst atrocities of the Iraq
.. and Afghanistan wars was
Sentenced Friday to lite in
prison with no chance of
parole the most severe
.sentence possible, but one
thai left surviving victims
and relatives of the dead
, deeply unsatisfied.
"We vwailted this mur-
derer to be executed," said
SHajji Mohammad ?tazir,
who lost 11 fan.mily mem-
b: ers in the attack by Staff
Sgt. .Robert Bales. "We
were brought all the way
from Afghanistan to see if
justice would be served.
'Not our way justice was
served the American way."
Bales,, 40, pleaded guilty
S in lune in a deal to avoid
the death penalty for his
March 11, 2012, raids
Near his remote-outpost


Sadiquallah (left) who was shot in the 2012 attack by Staff
Sgt. Robert Bales, holds the shoulders of a younger boy named
Khan as other Afghan villagers speak through an interpreter
with reporters. :
The villagers, who tirav- Jay Morse told the jury in
eled nearly 7,000 miles to his closing argument. "Sgt.
testify' against Bales, spoke Bales dares to,ask you for


S in Kandahar province, with reporters through an mercy when he has shown
.when he stalked through interpreter and asked what none."
mud-walled compounds it would be like for some- A commanding gen-
and shot 22 people 17 one to break intoAmerican era] overseeing the court-
of them.womenr-and chil'- homes and slaughter their- martial has the option of
dren. Some screamed for families. A boy of about reducing the sentence to
mercy, while others didn't 13 displayed a scar from a, life with the possibility of
even have a chance to get bullet wound to his leg. parole.
South of bed. T, hey also criticized Defense attorney Ermma
The only possible sen- American involvement in Scanlan argued for the
:tences were life in prison Afghanistan, saying the lighter sentence, begging
without parole, orlife with. soldiers came t0 build their jurors to consider her cli-
the possibility of release country but have done no ent's prior life and years of
after 20oye.ars..Thesoldier such thing. good military service and
showed no emotion as the Bales never offered an suggested he snapped un-
six jurors' chose the forrner ex-planation for why he der the weight of his fourth
after deliberating for less armed himself with a 9 combat deployment. She
than two hours. *,. mm.pistdl and an'M-4 read from a letter Bales
His mother, sitting in't, rifle and left his post on sent to his two children
the front row of the'court, the killing mission, but he 10 weeks before, the kill-
,bowed her head, rockedin apologized on the witness ing: "The children here are
her seat, andwept; stand Thursday and de- a lot like. you. They like to
An interpreter flashed a scribed the slaughter as an eat candy and play soccer.
thumbs-up sign to a row "act of cowardice, behind a They all know me because'
of Afghan villagers who mask of fear, bulls--- aid I juggle rocks for them."
were either wounded or bravado." "These aren't the words
Lost family members in the The villagers saidthey: of a cold-blooded murder-
March 11,2012, attacks, hadn't read or listened to er," Scanlan said.
"I saw his mother trying the apology. One,.,Mulah She also read from a let-
to cry, but at least she can Baran, called it a "fraud."' ter sent by a fellow soldier,
go visit him," HajjiMoham- Prosecutors described a captain who said that
mad'Naim, who was shot Bales as a "man of no mor- Bales seemed to have trou-
in the neck, said after the al compass." 'ble handling a decade of
sentencing. "What about "In just a few short war and death: "The dark-
us? Our family 'members hours, Sgt. Bales wiped ness that had been tugging
are actually 6 feet under." out generations," Lt. Col; .at him for the last 10 years


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swallowed him whole."
Prosecutors laying out
the case for a: life term,
argued -that .Bales' own
"sto ach-churning"
words demonstrated that
he knew exactly what he
wasdoing.. :, .
My count is 20," Bales
told another soldier when
he returned to the base.
'"Morse displayed a pho-
tograph of a girl's bloodied
corpse and described how
Bales executed her where
she should have felt safest
beside her father, who
was also slain.
NMorse also played a sur-
veillance video of Bales,
returning to the base after
the killings, marching with
"the methodical, confident
gait of a man who's accom-
plished his mission."
* Bales, an Ohio native
who lived in Lake Tapps,
Wash.. was under personal,
'financial and professional
,'stress at the time. He had
stopped paving the mort-
gage on one of his houses,
was concerned about his'
wife's spending and hadn't
received a promotion he
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DkA: Race not a factor
in Aussie's slaying
OKLAHOMA CITY-An
Australian baseball player
who was allegedly shot
and killed at random
while he was jogging
wasn't targeted because of
his race or nationality, the
prosecutor in charge of
the case said Friday
Christopher Lane, a 22-
year-old student at East
Central University, was
shot in the back and killed
last week while jogging
in Duncan, an Oklahoma
community where the'
three teenagers accused
in his killing live.
"At this point, the evi-
dence does not support
the theory that Christo-
pher Lane was targeted
based upon hisrace or
nationality," District At-.
tomrney Jason Hicks said.
Hicks acknowledged
that social media posts al-
legedly nrade by some of
the,defendants are racial
in nature, but he said "the
evidence is insufficient
to establish that race was
the primary motive" in
Lane's slaying.

San Diego mayor
Agrees to resign
SAN DIEGO-Mayor
Bob Filner agreed Friday
to resign in return for the


city's help defending him
against claims he groped,
kissed and made lewd
comments to women,
allegations that shook
and embarrassed the city
and turned the former 10-
term congressman into a
national punch line.
Filner was regretful
and defiant during a
City Council meeting
as he explained the"the
toughest decision of my
life." He apologized to his
accusers but insisted he
was innocent of sexual
harassment, -
"The city should not
have to go through this,
and my own personal
failures were responsible
and I apologize to the
city," Eilner said.

Calif. wildfire spreads
intoYosemite
FRESNO, Calif.-A
giant wildfire raging out
of control spread into'
Yosemite National Park
on Friday as authorities -
urged more evacuations;
in nearby communities
where thousands have al-
ready been forced out by
flames marching through
,the timbered slopes of the
western Sierra Nevada. ,
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Obituaries

James and Sikes
Funeral Home
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4278 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Fl 32446
850.482.2332
www.jamesandsikes
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Ruth Marshall
Smith

Ruth Marshall Smith
died in Jackson Hospital
August 22, 2013.
She was born in Midland
CityAl, September 10, 1910
to Mary Elizabeth and Ma-
jor Marshall.
She moved from Pensaco-
la to Marianna in 2004. She
was a member of Olive
Baptist Church in Pensaco-
la. In Marianna she attend-
ed Eastside Baptist Church
and was a member of the
Faithful Sunday School
Class.
She and husband T.J.
Smith were married for 62
years.-
Ruth is pre-deceased by
herparents; husband, T.J.,
a sister Irene M. Williams
of Marianna; three broth-
ers, Ralph, Coy, and Doyle
Marshall.
She is survived by two sis-
ters, "Lee Hewett and Mar-
gie Hartzog of Jacksonville,
Fl. Locally, she is survived
by a niece, Jean Harris and
husband, James E. "Ebby"
Harris; nephews, Don Wil-
liams and wife, Margie,
Dan Hewett and wife, Re-
ba; two great nieces,
Marsha Wise and Renea
Hilton; also survived by
several nieces, nephews,
and a special aunt,'Mollie
Ruth Marshall Cain of
Dothan, Al.
Funeral services will be
at 3 p.m. Sunday, August
25, 2013 at James & Sikes
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel with Rev. John
Rollyson officiating. Burial
will be ih Bayview Memori-
al Park Cemetery in Pensa-
cola. James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel will
'direct.
The family will receive
friends one hour prior to
funeral services at James &
Sikes Maddox Chapel. "
The family request that
flowers be omitted: Memo-
rial contributions may be
made to Eastside Baptist
Church or First United
. Methodist Church in Ma-
rianna.
Expressions of sympathy
may be made online at
www.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com
James & Sikes
Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Fl 32446
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Harold Smith

Harold Smith, 71, of Ma-
rianna, died Tuesday, Au-
gust 20, 2013 at Jackson
Hospital. He was born in
Bellview, FL, to Richard
and Lee Smith. Harold has
been a resident of Jackson
County since 1988.
Survived locally by his sis-
ter, Deborah Odom and
husband, Mac, of Marian-
na; nephew, Russell
. Moffatt, and wife, Shari, of.
Greenwood. ,
Graveside service will be
held at 10 a.m., Tuesday,
August 27, 2013 at Moffatt-
Locke Cemetery with Glen
Whiddon officiating. James
& Sikes Funeral Maddox
Ghapel directing.
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Thousands march for King's dream


The Associated Press

WASHINGTON Tens of' thousands of
People marched to the Martin Luther King Jr.
Memorial and down the National Mall on Sat-
urday, commemorating the 50th anniversary
of King's famous speech and pledging that his
dream includes equality for gays, Latinos, the
poor and the disabled.
The eventwas an homage to a generation of
activists that endured fire hoses, police abuse
and indignities to demand equality for Afri-
can Americans. But there was a strong theme
of unfinished business.
"This is not the time for nostalgic commem-
oration," said Martin Luther King III, the old-
est son of the slain civil rights leader. "Nor is
this the time for self-congratulatory celebra-
tion. The task is not done. The journey is not
complete. We can and we must do more."
Eric Holder, the nation's first black attorney
general, said he would not be in office, nor
would Barack Obama be president, without
those who marched.
"They marched in spite of animosity, op-
pression and brutality because they be-
lieved in the greatness of what this nation
could become and despaired of the founding
promises not kept," Holder said.
Holder mentioned gays and Latinos, wom-
en and the disabled as those who had yet to
fully realize the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s
dream. Others in the crowd advocated or-
ganized labor, voting rights, revamping im-
migration policies and access to local post
offices.
Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga.; the only surviving
speaker from the 1963 March on Washing-
ton, railed against a recent Supreme Court
decision that effectively erased a key anti-
discrimination provision of the Voting Rights
Act. Lewis was a leader of a 1965 march,
where police beat and gassed marchers who
demanded access to voting booths.
"I gave a little blood on that bridge in Selma,
Ala., for the, right to vote," he said. "I am not
going to stand by and let the Supreme Court
take th6 right to vote away from us. You can-.
ncot stand by. You cannot sit down. You've got
to stand up. Speak up, speak out and get in
theway." .
SOrganizers expected about 100,000 people
to participate in the event, the precursor to
the actual anniversary of the Aug. 28, 1963,
march that drew some 250,000 to the Nation-
al Mall and ushered inthe idea'of massive,


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Martin Luther King III; his wife, Amdrea King; and daughter Yolanda wave from the steps of the Lincoln
Memorial in Washington on Saturday to the crowd gathered for the 50th anniversary commemoration
of the Aug. 28,1963, March on Washington.


nonviolent demonstrations.
Marchers began arriving early Saturday,
many staking out their spots as the sun
rose in a clear sky over the Capitol. By mid-
day, tens of thousands had gathered on the
National Mall.
Lynda Chambers, 58, gave up a day's pay to
attend because her retail job does not pro-
vide paid vacation. Even as a 7-year-dold at the
time of the original march, she felt alienated
and deprived of her rights. Remembering
those feelings, she said, she was compelled to
make the trip Saturday.
"I wanted to have some sort of connection
to what I have always known, as far as being a
black personr" she said.
'Longtime activist Al Sharpton, now an
MSNBC hq*t, implored young black men
to respect women and reminded them that
two of the leading figures in the civil rights
mo vement of the 1960s were women.
"Rosa Parks v.a-asn't no ho," he said. 'And
Fannie LouHamer wasn't nobitch."
Speakers frequendtv mentioned persistent
high unemployment among blacks, which
is about twice that of white Americans, and


the acquittal of George Zimmerman for the
shooting death of unarmed black teenager
Trayvon Martin in Florida. Along the Mall,
Martin's picture was nearly as ubiquitous as
King's.
Nancy Norman, of Seattle, said she was
disappointed more people who look like her
had not attended. She is white. But the 58-
year-61old she said she was glad to hear climate
change discussed alongside voting rights.
"I'm the kind of person who thinks all of.
thosg things are interconnected. Climate
change is at the tpp of my list," Norman said.
"I don't think it's one we can set aside for any
other discussion."
Those in attendance arrived in a post-9/11
Washington that was very different from the
one civil rights leaders visited in 1963.
STheir, people crowded the steps of the Lin-
coln Memorial and could get close to King to
hear his "I Have a Dream" speech. Saturday's
speakers were also-on the memorial's, steps,
but metal barriers kept people away from
the reflecting pool, and only a small group
of attendees was allowed near the memorial
Saturday.


Butterfly&.-_
From Page IA


started watching closely to find and.keep an
eye on'the eggs that turn into caterpillars, do-
ing what she could to safeguard them from
predators like spiders, snails and lizards,
and to make sure the resulting caterpillars
had plenty to eat. She paid more attention
to what she grew, consistently planting more
things like fennel, dill, parsley, cilantro and
carrot tops, where black swallowtails lay their
eggs, Where the caterpillars spin themselves
into chrysalises, and where those transform
into the folded-up butterflies that stretch out
their wings to fly. She uses organic methods
to discourage predators, using soaps and oils
to make it more -difficult for them to latch
onto the plants that would give them access
to the eggs and chrysalises.
She has all kinds of butterflies and other
wildlife in the garden of her home in the
Indian Springs subdivision, and her green
space has been certified as a NationalWild-
life Refuge area. She specifically tends to
the swallowtails. She collects the caterpil-
lars, puts them into fish tanks with plants
for them to eat, and puts the tanks on her
porch, where they will be safe from their
enemies as they turn themselves into silken
chrysalises.,
She releases the butterflies when they de-
velop and unfold their wings. She tries to do
this for every potential swallowtail she sees.
SHer old'average success rate was the release
of about 20 butterflies a year. But she's had
a recent spike, thanks to the thoughtfulness


Animals
From Page 1A
Once she realized this and narrowed her
search to theWausau community in that state,
O'Pry contacted law enforcement authorities
there and also contacted Jackson County's
lead investigator in the animal cruelty case.
The two officials started communicating and
worked together to locate Westman. Her im-
age and information about the animal cru-


Caterpillars feast on parsley while getting ready to spin their cocoons.


of a neighbor, Jack Williams. He built her a
screened box that she can slip over her fennel
plants to keep out the lizards that like .to eat
the eggs that turn into caterpillars. This year
so far, she's raised and. released 45 butterflies
from egg stage forward.
Hascher said the pastime is a stress reliever,
and she's happy to share her techniques. She's
taught a class for adults through the Jackson
County Master Gardener program, has been
to area schools and churches to make "show-
and-tell" presentations, and continues to


elty case were distributed throughout the
Wausau community, and authorities there
were contacted by someone who was able
to lead them to her probable whereabouts.
She was picked up on a traffic stop near the
home.
O'Pry said she felt good about being able
to help her native community track down a
suspect, and was particularly gratified that it
resulted in the capture of someone wanted
on an animal cruelty charge.
"It meant a lot to me," O'Pry said. "I have


expand her butterfly refuge. She's mothering
about 50 more chrysalises that are getting
readyto hatch into butterflies.
Hascher said she does all this not just for
the pleasure of watching the process along.
"Extinction is forever," she said in explain-
ing that she wants to do her part to perpetu"
ate the butterfly population. She encourages
everyone to do the same. Her advocacy and
protection of the winged creatures might just
make up for those early days of pinning them
to a board.


the utmost respect for the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and especially Sgt. (Jeff) Snell.
He was so cooperative and appreciative of
my help. They took this charge very seriously,
and that's something I admire."
Westman and Leland Emery Kluth were
named as suspects in the case several days
ago after roughly 40 dogs in various states of
ill health were found in the dwelling they al-
legedly at one time shared on Frances Drive.
Kluth turned himself in a few days ago to face
the charges.


Churches changing bylaws after gay marriage ruling


The Associated Press

NASHVILLE, Tenn.
- Worried they could be
sued by gay couples, some
churches are changing
their bylaws to reflect their
view that the Bible allows
only marriage between
one man and one woman.


Although there have are unnecessary, but some
been lawsuits against wed- churches fear that it's only
ding industry businesses a matter of time before one
that refuse to serve gay of them is sued.
couples, attorneys pro- "I thought marriage was
moting the bylaw chang- always between one man
es say they don't know and one woman, but the
of any lawsuits against Supreme Court in a 5-4
churches, decision said no," said
Critics say the changes Gregory S. Erwin, an at-


tomrney for the Louisiana
Baptist Convention, an
association of Southern
Baptist churches and one
several groups advising
churches to change their
.bylaws. "I think it's better
to be prepared because the
law is changing. America is
changing."


In a June decision, the
U.S. Supreme Court struck
down a provision of the
federal Defense of Mar-
riage Act that defined mar-
riage as between a man
and a woman for purposes
of federal law. A second
decision was more techni-
cal but essentially ushered


in legal gay marriage in
California.
Dean Inserra, head pas-
tor of the 1,000-member
City Church of Tallahas-
see, based in Florida, said
he does not want to be
alarmist, but his church is
looking into how best to
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Bulldogs impress in Wakulla jamboree


BY DUSTIN KENT
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The Marianna Bulldogs trav-
eled to Crawfordville for a com-
bined varsity/junior varsity jam-
boree ,against the Wakulla War
Eagles and came away with a
24-13 loss.
However, the final tally doesn't
quite capture the significance
of the performance for the Bull-
dogs, whose starters played the
5A War Eagles coming off of
an 11-1 season in 2012 to a
near standstill in the first half


before the JV and varsity reserves


finished it
half.


out in the second


S Wakulla struck
first with a score in
the first quarter on
a 10-yard touch-
down pass from
Feleipe Franks to Keith Gavin,
but the Bulldogs came back with
a 60-yard touchdown run by
Teon Long in the second period
to tie it at 7-7.
The War Eagles ended the half
with a short field goal by Franks
to take a 10-7 edge into the half-


time break, but after the game,
Marianna coach Mark Beach
said he couldn't have been more
pleased by his team's first half
effort.
"We played very well. We
competed," the coach said. "I
was very happy with what the
team did as a whole. Everyone
came to play. We came togeth-
.er as a team tonight; we really
did."
Aaron Williams added two
field goals for MHS in the sec-
ond half and briefly put the Bull-
dogs ahead at 13-10, butWakulla


regained the lead with a rush-
ing touchdown late in the third
period and tacked on another
score in the fourth for the final
margin.
The defense drewplaudits from
the coach, with Quay Brigham
leading the team with two sacks
and Christian Chaney adding an
interception, but there was plen-
ty of praise to go around for the
Bulldogs.
"Everyone played great," Beach
said. "Defensively we had a pick,
three sacks and a lot of pressure;
Kyle Tanner had a great night.


Anton Williams played great
on IV and Tommy White had a
great night running the ball. I'm
just very happy with our perfor-
mance. You go into a place like
Wakulla and come out like that,
it's great. But now we've got to
play a'tough Bay High team next
week, so we've got to be ready for
another tough one."
The Bulldogs open the regular
season against the Tornadoes
on Friday at 7 p.m. before mak-
ing their home debut the follow-
ing week against, the Northview
Chiefs.


'Sports Briefs
High School football
SFilday- John Paul
Q.hioliuc at Sneads, 6:30
pA1.; Marianna at Bay
1,Hijgh, 7 p.m.; Cottondaleat
-'1.,%Fe'*port, 7 p.m.; Graceville
SatBaker,,7 p.m.

Junior Varsity football
Thursday Sneads at
.Liberty County, 6 p.m.

Middle School
football
'Tuesday Grand Ridge at"
Bl6untstoWn (jamboree)
Thursday Marianna at
TaylorCounty, 6 p.m.

High School volleyball
,.,': Mondayy Marianna
bfSneads, 5 and 6 p.m.;
Bethlehem at Graceville, 5
anl 6 p.m.
Tuesday Sneads at'.
qraceville, 5 and 6 p.m.;
.Gottondale at Holmes.
County, 5 and 6 p.m.; Nfari-
anna at Escambia County,
5 and 6 p.m.
Thursday Graceville
at larianna, 5 p. -,;ad ..
6.m.; Vernon at Sneads,
5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Optimist Club
golf tournament
,The third annual NE
SJackson County Optimist
SClub Golf Tournament
will be held Sept. 13 at the
'.18-hole championship golf
S course at Indian Springs
(%olf 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,
geen fee, cart fee, meal,
uid 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
1"Club
SThe ChipolaApprecia-
.on Club has kicked off its
annuall membership drive.
',the standard $250 mem-
'bership provides Appre-
ciation Club seating and
Hospitality Room for four
guests at all home basket-
ball games and admission
to all Chipola baseball and
softball games.
The $1,000 Gold Mem-
bership provides reserved
.seating for four guests and
general seating for two
more guests. A portion of
membership dues is tax-
deductible. For informa-
tion, call 850-718-2451.

SportsItem
Send all sports items to editonal@
icflonidan corn, or fax them tr
850-482.4478 The mailing address
for the paper is Jacklson County
Floridan P.O Box 520 Mananna. FL
32447


GRACEVEiLE FOOTBALL



Tigers close out 'Devils


Padgett's big

night lifts GHS

by nine over

Holmes County

BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.comr

GRACEVILLE Jared Padgett
rushed for 132 yards and -two
touchdowns and added an in-
terception late in the second
half to pace the Graceville Tigers
in a 15-6 preseason victory over
the visitingHolmes County Blue
Devils on Friday night.
It was a wet and muddy. field
for the teams, though Padgett
seemed to find his footing just.
fine throughout the night, get-
ring the Tigers on the board first
with back-to-back runs of 45 and
31 yards, finding the end zone on
the latter with 9:50 to play in the
second period.
The two-point conversion by
Jarrett Brogdon made it 8-0, and
the score remained. there until
the Blue Devils struck backmid-
way through the fourth quarter
with a 5-yard TD run by Chad
-. Leavins.
But the two-ppint try failed,
leaving the Blue Devils behind
8-6, and the Tigers put the game
away on their ensuing drive after
taking over at midfield on a nice
kick return by Brogdon.
A 29-yard run by Padgett set
Graceville up at, the Holmes
County 13-yard line, and Padgett
finished it off three players later
with a5-yard scoring run off the
right side, with the extra point by
Brvce Jowers making it 15-6 with
MARK SKINNtR/FLORIDAN
Graceville's Jared Padgett tries to shake off a Blue Devils player Friday night. See TIGERS, Page 2B


Sneads Football

Pirates split

quarters in

Quincy jamboree

BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Sneads Pirates split a pair of quarters
in a preseason jamboree in Quincy on Fri-
day night, knocking off the West Gadsden
Panthers 7-0 in one quarter and falling to
the Munroe Bobcats 7-6 in another.
The winning score against West Gadsden
came courtesy of a 5-yard touchdown pass .
from Josh Taylor to Alphonso Brown on the
third Sneads series of the period.
Against Munroe, it was the Bobcats who
struck first with a late touchdown pass
with under a minute to play to take a 7-0
advantage.
Sneads answered back with a 75-yard'
touchdown on a screen pass from Taylor-
See PIRATES, Page 2B


Cottondale Vo..eyball

Bethlehem rallies past Cottondale
BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
The Gottondale Lady Hornets
dropped their first and only.pre-
season match Thursday night in
Chipley, falling to Bethlehem in
three sets.
The Lady Wildcats won the
second and third sets by scores
of 25-22 and 15-11iafter the Lady
.. .Hornets took the opening set
25-22.
Cottondale was scheduled to
take on Vernon on Tuesday in
the first night of the preseason
classic at Chipley High School,
but the. match was canceled,
leaving Thursday's meeting with
Bethlehem as the only live ac-
tion for the Lady Hornets before
opening the regular season Tues-
day against Holmes County in
MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN Bonifay.
Cottondale's Connor Melvin gets under the ball during a
preseason classic game Thursday in Chipley. See HORNETS, Page 2B


BOB KORNEGAY
Mentoring young
sportsmen vital for
hunting's future. See
more on Page 4B.


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College Football


Florida rules Jones, Halapio out


The Associated Press

GAINESVILLE No.
10 Florida won't have its
top running back and
best blocker in the season
opener.
Coach Will Muschamp
ruled out running back
Matt Jones and right guard
Jon Halapio on Friday, say-
ing neither will be ready
to play next week against
Toledo.
Muschamp called them
hugee absences",- for the
offense, but added that
he has confidence in their
backups.
"Would I say that we're
going to miss those guys?"
he said, "I think we'll play
well in their- absence, but
certainly they are good
football players and we
Want them back playing."
Jones has missed all of
fall practice following an
undisclosed viral infec-
tion. ,Muschamp said the.
sophomore will have more
blood work done: Monday"
to determine if his .im-
mune system is healthy
enough to start practicing.
Still, there's no. timetable.
for his return. .
"He will be out for'Tole-
do," Muschamp said. "He's
questionable from there
on out, but he's doing very
well. Hes really progress-
ing well. They're putting,
more on'him each day as
far as physical activity and
lifting and different things.
* I've been very pleased with
how he's progressed.",
The 6-foot-2, 226-pound
back was diagnosed with
the infection last month,
isolated from teammates
and hospitalized. Jones


S. THEASSOCIATEO PRESS FILE
Florida running back Matt Jones (24) runs past Florida Statedefensive back Nick Waisome (6)
for a touchdown during the game in Tallahassee, Fla., on Nov. 24, 2012.


lost about 10 pounds, also are
but is nearing his original ing tim(
playing weight. "I woi
"He could -have some a little
kind of relapse if you tax Muscha
him too much early is basi- a lot of i
'callywhatthey've toldme," and V
Muschamp said. "They We hac
want to make sure his im- (Thursc
mune system is up and he Matt Jo
can handle those things, team w
Anytime you have a seri- ence be
ous viral infection, which is Week 81
what he had, his immune cause y
system is down a little bit. player. I
'So that's what they're han- and saii
dling right now." night. I
SJones had been expected better i
to be the centerpiece of prepare
the team's run-oriented practice
offense. Without him, the ter and
,Gators will use fourth-year confide
junior Mack Brown, for- capable
mer walk-on Mark Hemrn- being a
don and converted safety ber,' an
Valdez Showers in the line.
backfield. Freshmen Kel- "It's e
vin Taylor and Adam Lane players


Stoops: Knight to start at

TheAssociated Press Sooniers' offense.


NORMAN, Okla. Trev-
or Knight has never taken
a college football snap.
Still, Oklahoma coach Bob
Stoops is entrusting the
redshirt freshman with the


Tigers
From Page 1B
3:40 remaining.
Padgett sealed it by in-
-tercepting Hunter Carroll's
pass on, the Blue Dev-
ils'. first play of their nexi
drive to give the ball back
to the Tigers at' their own
47.
Graceville ran out the
clock with two more first
downs, including one on a
21-yard burst by Padgett.
After the game, Tigers
coach Ty Wise said he was


Stoops tabbed Knight as
the starting quarterback
Thursday for the No. 16
Sooners' opener against
Louisiana-Monroe on Aug.
31. The university reported
the news on its athletic


pleased with the way his,
team -.cl6sed the game
out in 'the fourth quar-
ter, buit much of what he
Ssaw through the course
of the game showed that
s his club is still',a work in
progress.
t "For us right now, we're
Sa team with a lot of work
i still to do. We're obviously'
not where we need to be
Syet," he said. "We made
t some mistakes in the first
i. half, had some careless
penalties, and some guys'
s took some poor angles on
s defense. I told the guys at


in the mix for play- that, but that's part of the-
ie. process being attentive,
iuld say it would be 'be able to take it from the


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a team meeting to put you in the game.
y), and I asked Because if you've never
es in front of the. done it before in our sta-.
at was the differ- dium, then I have a hard,
veen.,Week 1 and 'time having confidence in '
r you last year be-,:- you because I never know
i were a different how you're going ,tore-
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I went to bed at stadium.", -
prepared myself Halapio.has spent plen-
the meetings. I ty of time in ihe. stadium
myself better for and is ,widely regarded as
I practiced bet- Florida's moist consistent
gave the coaches lineman. ; '` '
ce that I was. The senior has started 27
of going in and consecutive games at right
productive mem- guard, the cornerstone of
that's the bottom the team's rushing attack.'
But he's been limited in
ier for our older camp because of a partial-
to understand ly torn pectoral muscle.


Q in Oklahoma opener

website. would be. As recently as
Knight beat out the pre- Tuesday, Stoops said he
sumed favorite for the start- hadn't made a decision.
ing job,junior Blake Bell. "Both, Trevor and Blake,
Stoops has been pressed-, have competed .hard and'%
repeatedly 'by media dur-' both will be ready to play'
'ing preseason practice against Louisiana-Mon-
about who the starter' roe," Stoops said.'


halftime that I wanted us of-13 for 96 yards, but had-
to come out in .the second atleastthreedroppedpass-.
half and finish the game es on the night, including
better, and that's what we- deep ball in the first half
did. We'll start Monday on that looked like it would be
working on what we have an easy touchdown.
to do to get better forwhen., Carroll completed 3-of-7.
'we play Baker next Friday."' 'passes for 42 yards and .an,
Brogdon finished with, interception "for Holmes
21 rushing yards on seven "County, with Leavins rush-
carries and caught a pass -ing eight timesfor 19yards
for 24 yards, with Padgettk and a score.
adding three receptions The BlueDevils will open
for 57 yards, and Anthony' the regular season Friday
Severson two catches for at home' against Arnold,
15 yards. while the Tigers take on
Sophomore quarterback the Baker Gators in Baker
Preston Nichols finished 6- at 7 n.m.


Georgia's Bennett,


Mitchell reunited


as starting WRs


The Associated Press

ATHENS, Ga. Add
this to the long list of
reasons Georgia's Aaron
Murray returned for his
senior season: He can
look forward to a full
season of having two of
his favorite receivers, Mi-
chael Bennett and Mal-
colm Mitchell, playing
together again.
It's an opportunity Mur-
ray enjoyed for only one
game in 2012.
'Mitchell opened last
season at cornerback be-
fore finally returning to
offense iri the fifth game.
Bennett was Georgia's
leading receiver through
five games before tearing
up his right knee in prac-
tice, endinghis season.
Bennett is expected to
join Mitchell as the start-
ing receivers when No. 5
Georgia opens at No. 8
Clemson next Saturday.
Bennett says: he 'has
made a full recovery from
reconstructive knee sur-
gery. He isn't even wear-
ing a rubber sleeve on his
knee in practice.
Mitchell is Georgia's
leading returning re-
ceiver. A healthy Bennett
should help make up
for the losses of Tavarres
King, a fifth-round pick
by Denver, and Marion
Brown, who is in the Ra-
vens' camp.
"It's exciting," said MNur-
ray of Bennett's return.
"He was one of my favor-,
ite targets last year. He's
a big target and ,very re-
Sliable. You know Mike isI
going to run his route the,
way he was taught and I


can trust he's going to be
there."
Bennett (6-3, 205) had
24 catches for 345 yards
and four touchdowns,
leading the team in each
category; through five
games. He had two touch-
down catches against
Tennessee and had at
least 70 yards receiving in
four of his five games.
More importantly, Ben-
nett was establishing
himself as Murray's go-to
receiver before tearing
the anterior cruciate liga-
ment in his right knee.
Have the two re-estab-
lished that chemisty?
"I think you've got to
play games 'before you
can really know, but as far
as practice is concerned
it looks like they're doing
just fine together," coach
Mark Richt said Friday.
Mitchell finished with
40 catches for 572 yards
and four touchdowns
last season. The junior
was a third-team pick on
the coaches' All-SEC pre-
season team released this
week.
Georgia also has tight
end Arthur Lynch, re-
ceiver Chris Conley and
running backs Todd Gur-
ley and Keith Marshall re-
turning as top targets for,
Murray.
Bennett said lit'. not
important that he re-
claim bragging rights ..
as the Bulldogs' ..leading
receiver. .
"You know, it was nice
.being the leading receiver
but again, I kind of stress
that it -doesn't really mat-
ter to me," Bennett said
Friday, .


I HL A... A".t1 Ve t .Ur ,
Georgia split end Michael Bennett makes a catch during
practice Friday in Athens, Ga.


Pirates
From Page 1B
to .Darius Williams, who
raced to the end zone with
15 seconds to play.-
The Pirates went for
the win with a two-point
conversion attempt, but a
quarterback run by Taylor
was stopped at the 1-yard
line to give the Bobcats the
win.
It was a somewhat slop-
py affair for Sneads that


included four fumbles
- three of which were lost
-and a costly penalty in
the quarter against West
Gadsden that negated a
long run by Antwan Durnm.
But. Pirates coach Bill
Thomas said that apart.
from the turnovers, he was
pretty happy with. much
of what he saw from his
team.
"There were some re--
ally good things. You'takeq
away one drive and I think
our defense played really


well," he said. "Offensively,
we've got to hold on to the
ball better and cut out the
turnovers, but we hustled
and played hard. We just
beat ourselves a bunch.
There was alotto take away
that was good and a lot to
take away that was bad,
which is perfect because
I got to see what we need
to work'on, and it's mostly
little things that can be
fixed."
Taylor led the Pirates'
passinfig attack by com-


pleting 8-of-14 attempts
for 140 yards and two
touchdowns, while Sneads
also rushed for 85 yards
over the two quarters
combined.
Sneads will open the
regular season Friday at
home against John Paul
Catholic. :


Hornets
From Page 1B
It was a nice start to the
match for the Lady Hor-
nets, who led early on in
the second of three sets,
but they were unable to
close it out, much to their
coach's chagrin.
"We showed that we can
play, we just don't know
how to finish," first-year
coach Tara Jurgonski said.
"We were ahead for most of
the match, 'but we played
so-so in the second set
and then tried to catch up,
and that didn't work out so-
well. We have to learn how
to play hard from the be-
ginning to the end."
S Despite the loss, the
coach said there were
Several positives to take


from the night, includ-
ing the confidence of
the players that they can
execute against quality
competition.
"It was a very competi-
tive match. It was very
close," Jurgonski said. "We
lost the lead (in the second
set) and in the third we just
made a lot of errors. Obvi-
ously, we see a lot that we
can work on like getting
rid of the errors. I think a
lot of that had to do with
first-game jitters, so I was
glad we could get that out
of our system so the girls
can calm down and realize
that they can actually play.
We can win; we just need
to learn how to finish."
The coach said she was
disappointed that her
club didn't get the chance
to face district foe Vernon


on Tuesday, but despite
the abbreviated preseason
schedule, she said Thurs-
day's action was important
for her players before start-
ing the real matches.
"It was a very good ex-
perience for the girls. We
just got those first-game
jitters out so we can get
used to it again and just
play hard," Jurgonski said.
"We were looking forward
to playing Vernon, but we
weren't able to do that It
would've been nice to see
them so we could get an
idea of who we're going
to be playing against later
on."
Cottondale takes on Hol-
mes County on Tuesday
at 6 p.m. in Bonifay and
makes its home and dis-
trict debut against Vernon
on Sept. 5.


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Ryan Braun finally admits drug use


...an Braun finally admits drug use


The Associated Press
Ryaf Braun finally said
it: He took performance-
enhancing drugs.
SA month after suddenly
abandoning his claims of
innocence and accepting a
65-game suspension from
Major League Baseball,
the Milwaukee Brewers
slugger admitted he took a
cream and a lozenge con-
taining banned substances
while rehabilitating an in-
jury during his 2011 NL
MVP season.
In a statement released
by the Brewers on Thurs-
day night, Braun took.V
responsibility for his ac-
tions. He also apologized '
to many people,, including
the sample collector -he
castigated after an arbi-
trator overturned the o.ut-
fielder's suspension from
2011 positive test. I,6
"I have no one to blame
but myself. I know that
over the last year and a half
I made some serious mis-
takes, both in the informa-
tion I failed to share dur- '
ing my arbitration hearing Milwaukee Brewers'Ryan Braun flips his bat after striking out d
and the comments I made Braun has finally admitted taking performance-enhancing drug
to the press afterwards," lay down the penalties' and what happened," the
Braun said. "I have disap- move on," San Francisco statement says.
pointed the people closest Giants manager. Bruce Still tied to Milwaukee [or
tome." Bochysaid. at least seven more years
,Still, his lengthy-act of. On July 22, Braun agreed and $117, million, Braun
self-reproach was missing to a suspension resulting also sent a separate letter
several key details. Among from Major League Base- of apologyto Brewers fans.
them: The five-time AUll- bill's investigation of the Braun Was the first of 14
Star doesn't-say who gave now-closed Biogenesis of players. disciplined this
him the PEDs, or where America anti-aging clinic, year as a result of the' Bio-
theycame from, he doesn't which was accused of pro- genesis probe. 'Welve ac-
reveal the banned sub- viding banned substances cepted50-game penalties,
stance in the products, and toplayers. including trio of All-Stars:
She doesn't say if he knew At that time he acknowl-,: Texas outfielder Nelson
the cream and lozenge edged only that he made Cruz, Detroit shortstop
weretaintedatthe timehe "mistakes," leavingpeople, Jhonny Peralta and San
tookthem. : : including Brewers owner Diego shortstop Everth
For now, the apology w-ill Mark Attanasio, wanting Cabrera.
.haveto do. ,.more. Yankees third baseman
; "To me, it doesn't really He,' laid out his sto- Alex Rodriguez is appeal-
matter what they say. Let's y .ThUrsday: "Here is', ing his 211-game penalty,


S.. THEASS8CIAIEDPRESS FILE-
luring a game against the Miami Marlins in Milwaukee on July20.
gs during his NL MVP season of 2011.
assessed for violations, me,'butI didn't need tobe,
of the drug program and ,because Iknewwhat;Ihad
:labor contract. :.me done." .
In 'his initial' meeting Braun's utrine t-ested
with MLB investigatorss to- positive for elevated tes-
discuss Biogenesis, Braun tosterone from a sample
,declined to. answer ques-. collected on Saturday, Oct.
tions. But in the statement, 1, 2011, after Milwaukee's
he said he initiated a sec- NL division series opener
Sound session with MNLB dur- against Arizona. The drug
ing which he admitted his collector, Dino Laurenzi
guilt and began discussing J-r., stored thesamples from
penalty. Braun and two other play-
"After my interview with% ers at home and dropped
NMLB in late June of this them off at a Federal Ex-
iyear, I came to the real- press office on Monday,
izadon that it was tine' rather than send them im-
to come to grips with the mediately, as specified in
truth," Braun said. "I was baseball's drug collection
never presented with rules. .
baseball's evidence against The players',association


argued that the specimen
was handled improperly,
and arbitrator Shyam
Das overturned the dis-
cipline on Feb. 23 last
year.
During a news confer-
ence the following day on
the field at Milwaukee's
spring training stadium in
Phoenix, Braunproclaimed
he had been vindicated
and questioned Laurenzi's
methods. A week later,
Braun's lawyer criticized
Laurenzi when thb collec-
tor defended himself.'
After he accepted his
suspension 50 games
for the drug infraction and
15- games for his conduct
at the time of the grievance
- Braun was heavily criti-
cized by players around
the major leagues.
"I thought this whole
thing has been despicable
on his part," Detroit pitch-
er Max Scherzer said then.
"When he did get caught,
he never came clean: He
tried to question the abil-
ity of the collector when he
was caught red-handed.
So that's why the whole
Braun situation, there is
so much player outrage
toward him."
Braun hopes this is a step
in the right direction.
"I also understand that I
will nowhave to work very,
Very hard to begin to earn
back people's trust, and
support. I,. am dedicated
to making amends and to
earning back the trust of
my teammates, the fans,
the entire Brewers' organi-
zation, my sponsors, advi-
sors and from'MLB," Braun
said. "I am hopeful that
I can earn back the trust
from those who I have dis-
appointed'and those who
are willing to give me the
opportunity. :


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Washington Nationals' David DeJesus talks after he was traded by the Chicago Cubs to the
Nationals before a game at Wrigley Field on Aug.19 in Chicago. :. '
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Braves purchase

nRHP Garcia


from Orioles


The Associated Press
ATLANTA The Braves
purchased right-hander
FreddyGarcia from the Bal-
timore Orioles on Friday, a
move that could ultimately
provide depth for a team
that holds a commanding
lead in the NL East.
The 36-year-old Garcia
was 3-5 with a 5.77 ERA in
11 appearances for the Ori-
oles before being assigned
to Triple-A Norfolk in late
June. He made 13 starts for
the Tides, going 8-3 with a
2.84 ERA.
The Braves placed Garcia
with their Triple-A team at
Gwinnett, though he could
be recalled when the ros-
ters expand, for the final
month of the season.
Garcia probably wasn't
going to be recalled by the
Orioles in September, so
they sent him to a place
where he had a shot at
playing in the majors.


"Itwas an ethical thing
as mueh as it was an
evaluationn
Buck Showatte,
Orioles manager

"It was an ethical thing as
much as it was an evalua-
tion," Baltimore 'manager
Buck Showalter said before
the Orioles faced Oakland
at Camden Yards. "Fred-
dy's going to be in the big
leagues for them, and we
weren't sure if that's where
we were going to go in Sep-
tember for sure. I think he
deserved that opportunity.
"Now, if we're playing the
Braves in the World Series
and he's sticking it to us,
we'll probably regret it.
But in the long run, this is
what's best for Freddy and
his career."
Garcia has pitched for
seven big-league teams
over a 15-year career.


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*ST. PETERSBURG.- The
Tampa Bay Rays have ac-
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Dejesus from Washington
just tour days. after the Na-
tionals picked him up from
the Chicago Cubs.
Washington Will receive
a player or cash consider-
ations in the deal.
Dejesus is expected to
join the Rays before they
host the NewYork Yankees
on Friday night. 1ie was
acquired by the Nation-


alspn Monday and played
-in three road games with
Washington this week.-,
In 87 games overall this
season, Dejesus is batting
S.247 with six home runs
and 27 RBIs.


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Hunting


Mentoring young sportsmen vital for future


ATidlife biologist
Charles Sharp
VT not long ago
shared some intriguing
thoughts to which all
hunters should pay atten-
tion as they prepare for
the upcoming seasons.
He brought to mind
the many changes that
have occurred since the
days when our fathers
and grandfathers were
first learning to hunt. The
hunting tradition has been
altered drastically. .
We have gone from be-
ing allowed to hunt on al-
most any piece of property
just by asking permission
to paying exorbitant per-
acre prices to purchase a
seasonal hunting lease on
the same tract of land. We
once stepped out the back
door to hunt, and now
that has evolved into driv-
ing many miles and hours


just to get to a hunting
lease or hunting preserve.
We have gone from almost
everyone we know being
a hunter to being one
of the few people in our
neighborhoods who claim
hunting as an important
recreational activity. These
changes have had major
impact on the sport of
hunting and on those who
participate as well.
According to Sharp, the
greatest threat to hunting
today is not the price of
hunting lease's, nor is it
the cost of hunting licens-
es, gins, or ammunition.
The main.reason we.have
we have seen a dramatic
decline in the, number of
those who call themselves
hunters is not due to any-
outside influences. As was
the decline and fall of the
Roman Empire largely.
caused by inside circum-


BobKornegay
SOutdoors Columnist

stances, so is the decline
of hunting.
Most veteran Georgia
hunters can usually iden-
tify one or two individuals
who were responsible for
instilling in them a love-for
the outdoors, the wonders
that abound there, and
the privilege of fair-chase
harvest of the land's game
species. It might have
.been a father, grandfa-
ther, uncle, ormaybe
a close friend of the .
family. Whoever that
, person was matters a great.


deal to the individual. To
that ever-shrinking frater-
nity of hunters, however,
it is much more important
that someone took the
time and selflessly made
the effort to take a young
person with little or no
understanding of wildlife,
-sportsmanship, marks-
manship, or outdoor stew-
ardship and invested that
time and effort in mentor-
ing a young neophyte.
"Our world has changed
greatly over the past
couple of decades," Sharp
said. "Gasoline prices have
skyrocketed, housing costs
have risen, and the cost of
feeding a family has also
increased. Yet, most of us
are better off financially
than were our parents.
The one thing that has
remained constant is time,
something each genera-
tion has only a finite bit


of. Our mentors invested
some of their precious
time instilling in us the
love of the outdoors and,
in return for their invest-
ment, we owejit to the
next generation to pass
that heritage on to them."
Hunting is more than an
on-the-surface rewarding
pastime. It is a legacy.
"It might be true that
some people will become
outdoor enthusiasts with-
out the benefit of a men-
tor," said Sharp, "but this
method deprives'both the
teacher and the student of
a great relationship as well-
as wonderful memories:
The willingness of each
generation to invest some
of their time imparting
the love and knowledge
of their hunting activities
ensures that the sport will
be carried on by future
generations. Today's adult


hunters now enjoy the
pleasures of hunting and
with that are obligated to
pass their own passion for
the outdoors along to their
young charges. If only
one generation of hunters
were to fail to pass its love
of hunting along, the sport
of hunting as we know it
would be lost. It is up to
each of us to do our part."
Need any more be said?
Can any hunter out there
disagree? I recall years ago
a certain manufacturer
of firearms and ammuni-
tion printing a particular
motto on every box of
shotgun shells and rifle
cartridges: "Take your boy
hunting and you won't be
, hunting your boy." Cliche?
Yes. Sappy? Perhaps.
Chauvinistic? Indeed.
ITrue? Absolutely!
Think on it, if you will, as
fall rapidly approaches.


S....SEC. Football

Feisty McCarron has brought rmgs aplenty to Bama
~~~~Tmg '''"e""" n"'ty'" :", ': : ama -.


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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. Al
McCarrion started out as a
feisty freshman seething
over his lowly spot on the
depth chart for his first
scrimmage. Third team?
Seriously? '
Now, the Alabama quar-
terback is -an impeccably
Sufficient 'passer who has
as'-many titles (two) as
defeats since becoming
Sthe Crimson Tide's starter.
He's even got a celebrity
girlfriend who unwittingly
stole some of his thunder
during the national cham-
pionship game. :.
Much has changed, but
McCarron still doesn't back
down:
Not on Twitter, where he
told his 169,000 followers


,, : .. .. THE .V `'; I:i:f, TED N EP f ;.ll
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron looks for a receiver during
the game against Texas A&M at Bryant-Denny Stadium in
Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Nov.10,2012.
he was happy to be'home ESPYs. Not on the game
"working to get another" manager label, or on pal
titlde and not attending the Johnny Manziel.


ur nearing .me ena oI a
blowout win over Notre
Dame, when his eruption.,
over a' delay-of-game pen-
al ty thatmerelydelayedthe
celebration drew a shove
fronim normally peaceful
center Barrett Jones.
Those are just subplots
in the story of a quar-
terback who's been de-
[ivering to 'Bama fans'
what they covet :most:
Championship rings.. ,-
With a 25-2' record, Mc-,-
Carron's pecking order is
now pretty well established
for coach Nick Saban's
top-ranked Crimson Tide.
Many think he'll -lead the
Tide to a third consecutive
national tide, something
Sno team has managed go-
'ing back to the first Associ-
ated Press poll in 1936.


"He went from a guy that kicking and cussing up to
was kind of ,bucking the my office after the scrim-
system early on andSaban 'mage because he was dis-
had to kind of get him in appointed he didn't play
line and, he realized, 'If I with .the second team," Sa-
just play within the system, ban said. 'And he didn't do
we can win a lot of games avery good job of leading
iand wi championships,'"' the players that he didplay
said former Alabama quar-. -with, which was the third
terback lay Barker. who led team. And he Was kind of
the Tide to the 1992 na- fussing and : cussing and
tional tide. "And he's defi- frustrated. ;
nitely done that." "He said, 'Why 'didn't
Saban recalls that .first I play with the second
scrimmage, which he team?'And said,'Well,.we
turned into a memorable 'were only evaluating on
lesson on leadership. He one thing today, and that
said McCarron thought he was leadership. And you
should have led the sec-. failed dramatically.'" '
ond team, 'not the. third, McCarron hasn't failed
and didn't handle it well. many such lessons since
i"He came, fussing and then.


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TEAM STANDINGS
AUGUST20
W-L
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2) Dbwnhome Dental 4-0
S3) Kindel Awards 2-2
4)#1 . 2-2. '
5) Pacers 2-2
#, 6)3 :"2-2
7) Family Dentisry 2-2
8) Marianna Animal Hospital 2-2 ,
9) Jim's Btffet&.Grill 0-4
High Game: Cheryl Gaffaney. 189, Lynn 255
High Series: Cheryl Gaffaney 505, lynn 683


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TEAM STANDINGS
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W-L
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2)YXMen ; 32.5-23.5:
3) Waffle House 30-26
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8) 3 Men & A Lady 19-37
High Team Hdcp. Game: Jay's Group 1015
High Team Hdcp. SeriesWaffle House 2869
High Game Hdcp: Tim Rischar 284
High Series Hacp: Chester Perdue 755 .
'Congratulations to Jay's Group: Al Pumphrey, Ric
Robarge,,


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3)Porkchop &. Grits .'
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7) El Rio ; '
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High Team Hdcp. Game:,3 Guys 719
SHigh Team Hdcp. 3 Guys 2073
High Game: Jason Kindelspire 235
SHigh Series: Jason Kindelspire 643


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S: ;Fishing Report ' P "


Lake Seminole
Bass fishing is fair and.,
quite improved over last
week. Swimbaits are
working reasonably well
.on poinhts,and fish on
the shallower main-lake
points are being caught .
on Texas- and Carolina-,
rigged lizards at'depths
between 5 and 8 feet. .
Fish jigs in:similar areas
during the heat of the day
and look for a fair all-day
bite on buzzbaits in open
pockets in'grass just off
the river channel.
Hybrids are good early
and late on the flats. Use
topwater plugs or crank-
baits when they surface.
Crappies are slow. Look
for them on channel
ledges at 10 to 15 feet and
fish minnows.
Bream are very good on
shallow-water sandbars.
Catfish are slow, but
some channel cats have
been taken on stinkbaits
along the river channels.

Lake Eufaula
Bass fishing is fair with
fish moving deeper.,
Fish structure such as
points and humps or any
similar current-breaking
cover.
The presence of baitfish
and wood structure in
these areas is a plus. Best
baits are deep-running
crankbaits and'Carolina-
or Texas-rigged worms.
Fish worm rigs directly
in any brushy or woody
structure you can find and
fish them slowly.
Hybrids are good and
]schooling early and late


over the ledges. There is
.aLlot of surface activity
from multiple fishschools.
Catch these fish with a'"
shad-imitating crankbait.
SCrappies are fair. Ledges
in 15 to 20 feet of water
have been giving uip some
pretty good fish in moder-
ate numbers.,
Bream are good. Even
a few hefty shell crackers
have been taken. Use red
wigglers.

Lake Andrews/
Chattahoochee River


night fishermen, primarily
anglers' fishing the banks
near the tailwaters of both
dams. Good numbers of
pan-size fish are reported.
Larger individual cats may
be caught while anchored
downstream. Use shad,
: cutbait, wQrms, or frozen
shrimp.
Bass are slow. The best
largemouth bite comes on
topwater baits very early
in the morning. Work the
banks and slow'water -
areas with something very
noisy, such as a Torpedo or
SDevil's Horse. ,


SCatfish have been Bream are fair on crick-
good on the river of late. ets and worms. Drop-fish
Though it is too hot for deep water along steep
many anglers to brave banks for the best results.
the daytime tempera- Bluegills will make up
tures, several good catfish most of the catch.
catches are reported by Generation schedules, pool levels


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area waterways may be obtained
, by calling toll-free 1-888-7714601.
Follow the recorded instructions;
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Dear Annie:. I live with my 55-year-old
sister. "Toni" has always been a heavy
drinker, but she's recently moved on to
pot andVicodin. She has started hanging
around with people half her age and is
obsessed with being young.
Toni will not acknowledge that she has
issues. She's too busy telling everyone
else what is wrong with them. I used to
drink, too, but sobered up seven years
ago. Toni resents this, referring to me as
a "whack job." To make thingsworse, her
28-year-old son moved in with us, and he
is a drinker and is also.addicted to video
games. .
Toni and I own this house jointly. I amin
in a. tough financial bind right now and
cannot move out. How should I handle
this? : .' ., -
- SISTER IN CALIFORNIA
Dear Sister. First, please make sure
Toni understands that she cannot bring,
illegal substances into your home. You
could allbe held responsible. Beyond
thai, we urge you to ignore as much of,
Toni's irresponsible behavior as you can
manage, You cannot change her if she is
unwilling, so it's important that you look
out for yourself.
Would Toni be interested in purchas-
ing your halfof the house? Could you
work out an arrangement to purchase
Usher half? Does it make fiscal sense to sell
the house altogether? Consider ways to
escape living with Toni, but Otherwise,
try not to let her behavioral issues be-
Scome your problem. She is irritating and
reckless, but you are not responsible for
her choices.
Dear Annie: My wife and I have been
married for 51 years. She was always
on the voluptuous side, but now she is
enormously fat. She absolutely refuses tc
discuss her weight.
Our adult children live in fear of end-
ing up as heavy as their mother. I am
83 years old and keep my weight at
180. Her weight is the best kept secret
Sin the country. Once a month, my wife
has lunch with a group ofequally large
ladies, which probably doesn't help. I


SA nne Frank wTote, "How wonder-
? ** ful it is that nobody need wait a
L: single moment before starting to
improve the world.
How wonderful it is when a single card.
improves the fit and results in a low- '
point-count slam.
SLook at the North hand in today's dia-i.
gram. You open one spade and partner.
responds ntwo clubs. What would you
rebid?
After a two-over-one response in
SStandard American, a new-suit rebid
by opener is forcing for one round. So a
jump rebid can be used as a splinter bid,
showing good support for partners suit,
extravalues and a singleton (or void) in
the named suit. (I think that this is much
more useful than describing a good 5-5
two-suiter.)
Here, South, now knowing that his
three heart losers can be ruffed on the
board, should control-bid (cue-bid) four
hearts to suggest a slam. Then North can
use some-form of Blackwood. At that
point, the problem will be to avoid seven
clubs.
Against six clubs, West leads the spade
king. How should South.plan the play? '
The deal is perfect for a crossruff.
But before commencing one of those,
declarer should cash all of his side-suit


have my own physical problems, and
I'm tired. I worry about my wife's health.
Please help.
; MARRIED TO THE BLOB
Dear Married: For some people, work-
ing on their weight is so overwhelming
that they give up before they start. It.also
doesn't help that your wife tends to hang
around others who are equally large.
Studies have indicated that overweight
people who socialize primarily with
other overweight people tend to see
e themselves as "normal" sized, which can
lead to overeating and denying that there
is anything wrong.'
We know your wife's weight affects you,
but you cannot force her to address it.
You could suggest a walk after dinner
Sand some other mild physical activity on
theweekends. And if you do any cooking
or grocery shopping, see that thefoods
in your home are nutritious. Beyond
mat, you can only accept her as she is.
After 51 years, we hope she has other
qualities that make up for her size. ,

Dear Annie: I read the letter from
"Devastated," who intends to marry an:.
African-American man, but her fam-
ilyrefuses to accept him. She sounds ;
like me 32 years ago. My mother never
accepted my better half because he is
black. But I chose him. This is for her:
Don't kid yourself. It will be hard in the'
beginning. You may not get the wedding
you want, but keep on pushing. If you
aren't invited to a family get-together,
make a special day of it for the two of
you. It will get easier. Always remember
when you are planning something to
invite your family. Let them keep making
the decision of whether or not to come.
In time, that will change. Unfortunately,
Smy mother never accepted my husband
or my biracial children. That broke my
Heart, but the rest of my family lifted me
up. Keep strong.
BEEN THERE IN MENIMPHIS
Annie's Mailbo. is written by Karthy Mitchell and Marcy
Sugar. longtime editors ol the Ann Landers Column
Email questions to anriesrnailb,?corrncasl net, or
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Annie's Mailbox


World
Almanac
Today is the 237th day of
2013 and the 66th day of
summer.
TODAY'S HISTORY:
In 1916, Congress cre-
ated the National Park
Service.
In 1944, Allied ffoops
liberated Paris after
four years of German
occupation.
In 1950, President Harry
Truman ordered the Army
to seize control of U.S.
railroads to avert strikes:.
In 1967, American Nazi
Party leader George
Lincoin Rockwell was shot.
dead by.a former aide in
Arlington, Va-: :'
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS:'
Allan Pinkerton (18i9-
1884), detective; Walt Kelly
(1913-1973), cartoonist;
Van Johnson (1916-2008),
actor; Leonard Bernstein :
(1918-1990), conduc-
Stor/composer; Monty Hall.
(1921-), TVpersonality; ,
Althea Gibson (1927-
2003), tennis player; Sean
Connery (1930-), actor;
Regis Philbin (1931-),
TV personality; Tom
Skerritt (1933-), actor;
Elvis Costello (1954,-),
musician.


Horoscopes
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept
22) Express your feel-
ings and you will find out
what it will take to secure
a.bright future.
ULIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)
- Update yourlook and
take measures to improve
your health and physi-
cal appearance through
exercise aid diet
SCORPIO (Oct 24-Nov.
22) -' Discipline will
pay off in the workplace.
lump into opportuni-
ties that will allow you
to meet new people and
learn new skills.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov.
23-Dec. 21) Expect
opposition or problems
while traveling today.
SStick close to home and
make the changes you've
been contemplatingthat
Swill lead to a happier
domestic situation.
CAPRICORN (Dec.
22-Jan. 19) -You've got
Lady Luck in your corner.
Money will come to you
unexpectedly. Project ,
you-want to pursue will
bepossible.
' AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) Relationships look
promising, and the fruits
of some will help you
reach goals that may not
,have been attainable on
your own. .
PISCES (Feb. 20-March
20) Socialize with
people who can bring
ideas and solutions to the
table. Big plans can be
made and high returns
expected. Your hard work
will be recognized.
ARIES (March 21-April
19) Re-evaluate your
current position in a work
or family situation. Look
at any opportunity even
if it takes you from one
location to another.
TAURUS (April 20-May
20) An emotional'
event will bring out the
best in you. Appreciate
time spent with people
who bring you joy.
GEMINI (May 21 -June
20) Do your best to
bring about reform in
your immediate en-
vironment or larger
community.
CANCER June 21-July
22) Change is likely
to.alter your plans. Be
mindful of others, but
don't forgo something
you want to do.
SLEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
-Whether you make
physical, emotional or
financial changes, you
will end up satisfied and
happy with the results.


ACROSS
1 Rain hard.
5 Emrnesto
SGuevara
8 Falco of
"Nurse
Jackie"
12 What is
more
13 Colossal
14Alan or
Cheryl
15 Onion's
cousin
16 Injured an
anRle
18 Prospec-
tors' finds
20 Dress
*- bottom
21' Sardine
Scan opener
22 Manicotti
filler
25Steelers
org.
28 Rushes
past
29 Furtive
.sound.
33 Worn away
35 Blues
street in
Memphis
36 Exposed
37 Squirm
38 Archeolo-
gist's find


39 Pelt
41 Fruity drink
42 Spend like
crazy
45 Fire residue
48 Pledge
49 More weird
53 Grill need
56 Horror flick
staple
57Abrupt
58 Diner
dessert
59Jane .
Austen
novel"
60 Lunar phe-
nomenon
61 RR terminal
62 Stitched
line
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cook Paula Deen, who
was dropped by the
Food Network and other
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many uses
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athlete
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55 Allen and
Conway
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SHR progresses in pursuit of Busch, Childers


The Associated Press
BRISTOL, Tenn. -While
team co-owner Tony Stew-
art is sidelined at home
nursing a broken right leg,
Stewart-Haas Racing is
charging full steam ahead
with aggressive plans tfor
2014.
SHR competition direc-
tor Greg. Zipadelli said
Friday the team is moving
forward in its pursuit of
2004 NASCAR champion
Kurt Busch, who has been
offered a seat in a new ride
that would expand the or-
ganization to four cars next
season. The push for Busch
is being made by team co-
owner Gene Haas, who
Zipadelli said only wants
Busch for the seat that ap-
parently would be funded
and sponsored by Haas'
CNC machine company
Haas Automation Inc.
"As far as Kurt's deal, that
is moving forward," Zi-
padellisaid. "We spenttime
this weeJk talking about
Buildings and expanding.
So as far as that part goes,
we're pretty much com-
mitted. If we can get it all
worked out, we're going to
add that link."
Meanwhile, Rodney
Childers informed his Mi-
chael Waltrip Racing team
he wouldn't be returning
in 2014 to crew chief Brian
Vickers. Although he has,
nothing officially lined
up, it appears to be a mere


formality until he finalizes
a deal to move to SHR next
season to crew chief Kevin
Harvick."
"It's actually not 100
percent done, but I think
everybody has a good
idea what it is," Childers
Said.
The flurry of activity for
SHR comes as Mark Mar-
tin prepares to drive the
No. 14 Chevrolet on Satur-
day night at Bristol Motor
Speedway as the latest re-
placement for Stewart. The
three-time NASCAR cham-
pion is out for the rest of
the season after breaking
his leg in two places in an
Aug. 5 sprint car crash in
Iowa.
S Zipadelli has spent the
last three weeks lining
up driver replacements
-+- first was Max Papis at
Watkins Glen, then iAustin
Dillon last week at Michi-
gan and a deal was
worked out to get Martin
freed from his commit-
ments with MWR; where
he shared a seat with Vick-
ers, to replace Stewart ev-
erywhere except Talladega
going forward.
That allows Zipadelli
to concentrate on what
has obviously become a
very aggressive plan to
turn SHR into a NASCAR
powerhouse.
"We are looking to do
Whatever we can to make
Stewart-Haas abetterplace
to race, give our drivers


better resources, crew
chiefs," Zipadelli said. "Our
goal is to give our teams a
better product to race ev-
ery week going into Day-
tona. With four good driv-
ers next year, I think that it
gives us that opportunity.
"Our owners are aggres-
sive. It's kind of exciting.
It's fun in a time where
everybody is kind of going
the other way, we've got
owners that are committed
to stepping up and hope-
fully making Stewart-Haas
a bigger and better place in
the future."
The team committed last
November to bring Kevin
Harvick aboard in 2014,
but Stewart said in July in
releasing Ryan Newman
they didn't have the cur-
-rent capability to keep
Newnman and add Harvick.
SHR had already expand-
ed this season to three
cars with the addition of
Danica Patrick, and early
season, struggles across
the board had led many
to believe the team was
suffering growing pains.
Now comes this chase
of Busch, who has resir-
repted his career following
his 2011 firing from Penske
Racing. Driving for single-
car team Furniture Row
Racing, Busch is currently
ninth in the standings and
in line for a berth in the
Chase for the Sprint Cup
championship.
"Obviously, something's


Rodney Childers, crew chief for Michael Waltrip Racing watches during practice for the Irwin
Tools Night Race on Friday in Bristol, Tenn. Childers announced to his crew he will not be
returning to the team next season.


changed," Zipadelli said.
"Gene Haas is our part-
ner and started this many
years ago. He's always liked
Kurt. We talked about Kurt
last year, putting him in the
39 (driven by Newman).


Things just didn't work
out. It's nothing Ryan did
wrong. He's done a great
job. He's a great guy, a heck
of a driver.
"This kind of got sprung
on us 14 days ago. Gene


just showed some inter-
est in having the ability to
put something together.
That's really all it is. It's
something we're working
on. I don't know if it all will
come together."


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4214 Lafayette Street Marianna, Florida 32446
(850) 482-4601 (800) 483-1440 .
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with Dump Trailer Experience
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Bid for Contract at the
Jackson County Floridan,
.4403 Constitution Lane,
-^i\ ~Marianna, FL


*I 1BR Apt -*Marianna
new floorping/dt .
$525/mo. $400/dep. 1 yr. lease -No Pets
;. Call:Joanne 850-693-0570


3BR/1BA 1712 Mission Rd. Furn house CH&A,
with carport $650. Mo. + $650 Dep. No smoking
or Pets. Credit Report & lyr lease required.
Call 850-638-6405 for appointment.

1 & 2BR Apartmients in Marianna
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own
Lot rent included. Fordetails
850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4m
1BR/1BA Completely Remodeled, 5 minutes
from Wal-mart, engery efficient, tankless
water heater, all apple No Smoking or Pets!
$475 Mo. + $475 Dep. Call 850-573-6198
I 3/2 Dbl. Wd. Mobile Home (by itself)
:on quiet lot in Sneads. 850-209-8595 fl
3BR/1.SBA Brick Home 2589 McClain St.
Cottondale $750. Mo + Dep 334-714-8343
or 334-714-9553 ,. .. I .
,3BR/2BA single family home w/garage and big
back yard. Located in great neighborhood.
$700/month .and $500 dep. CR & A required.
Call 954-445-2451 for appointment.
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Quality Homes & Apartments
;' 850-526-3355 or austintvlerco.com
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business"
,Cozy 1 bedroom, 1 bath, eat-in-kitchen,
living rm, quiet area $475 mo. plus utilities.
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FuslTime professional position to provide
assessment and intensive in-home services
to families in crises. Position covers the four
county areas (Jackson, Calhoun, Washington,
and Hofmes Counties). Quialifiations include
.a minimum of bachelor's degree in human
services fields; preference given to
candidates with at least two years related
experience. The job will be in Marianna.,
Position descriptions and Applications
availabl-e at Habilitative Services, ,
4440 Putnarri St., Marianna. Sponsored
by'Habilitative Services of North Florida',
Big Bend Community Based Care. and
Department- of Childrern &, Families.


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seeking a career in Automobile Sales.
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1BR 1HA Furnished Apt. in Cypress, $400/mo
+ dep. ind. water/garb./lawn/pest control
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Lancer 16' Stick Steering Boat, 60hp Mercury 4
stroke motor w/stainless steel 3-blade prop;
on board charger; Motor-Guide trolling motor
w/46 lb. thrust and foot control; 2 Minn Kota
electric anchors;Lawrence depth/fish finder; 2
nice cushioned seats; Aerated live well; Drive,
on trailer W/greasable hubs and spare tire;
[very few hours]. Asking price: $13,000 OBO
(Home: 229-732-6421) (Cell: 229-310-9795)
Quantum 1989 17ft., Fish-N-Ski, w/85hp' Force
Motor, AM/FM, CB, depth finder, trolling motor,
power-tilt, trailer, live wells, low hours, good
condition, $3,500 334-355-1373
Stratos Bass Boat, 201 Pro XL w/Trailer, 2003
Evinrude 225 h.p. (low hours), Trolling motor,
GPS, 2 Depth finders, extra. SS Prop., Built in
Battery Charger. Lots of Extras, Excellent con-
dition, garage kept. Must see! $8,495 229-334-
0224



AUTS FOR SAL

2004 Nissan Titan LE
crew cab (full four door)
cold A/C Rockford Fosgate
premium sound system, 6
,disc CD changer & auxilary
input, tow mode power
locks &windows. Leather, 2nd row separate
audio, new battery, 121k mi. $10,900. 618-2507
Chevrolet 2012 Sonic LTZ Turbo: Victory red, 4
door, loaded.with leather interior, sunroof, un-
der 10k miles, bought new in April 2013, 40
MPG, mint.condition $17,600. Call 334-347-1072
Ford 1998 Explorer XLT, 4WD,-SOHC V-6 Engine,
LoWmileage 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 'ii' ': Ford 2008 Mustang GT
i ^Grabber Orange. Premium
Edition. Garage kept, one
owner & only 71,800 miles.
Clear title. Never been in an accident nor had
any mechanical issues. Excellent condition.
KBB rates the car worth $16,800 and I am only
asking $15,500 OBO. Car is located in Enter-
prise. AL. 334-360-0045 for more information.
S.. GMC 2001 Yukon XL Denali
-'as Burgundy w/beige leather
,. -M interior and heated seats.
p i- Front and rear AC controls,
equipped with Bose 6 CD changer system. ;,
Comeswith 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. $4.50b. 850-526-1819
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ron: 1!fREEGA I AWAY
Cou Stqve Pope 334U03-9550 .
'* Lexus 2000 GS 300
H Gold w/tan leather interi-
or. Air, sunroof, all power,
EIAM/FM/CD, 100k miles.
Excellent condition. $10,000 firm. Call 671-8178
Mercedes-Benz 2006 C-350, Capri Blue, 4-Door,
Sun-Roof & Many More' Extras-Like New Mint
Condition 1.9,226 miles $14,995 334-687-6502,
334-479-6490
Mercury Grand Marquis 2004 113K miles, runs
good, cold air, light brown in color. $5000,
850-638-1947 :' l .
V Volkswagen 2006 Beetle
Convertible. Car is in great
condition. 77k miles.
$8,500. Call 334-792-1580


S2002 Harley Davidson Ultra
i. ~Classic Electra Glide.
l Loaded. Custom purple/
.. R -, black paint. Chromed out.
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 extrias.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.
-* Honda 2006 VTX 1300RS:
black, like new, water
cooled, shaft drive, only
7200 original miles $5,000.
Call 334-648-6166
'.,m J Suzukid2005 Burgman

400 automatic motorcycle,
blue, water cool engine &
~fuel injected. exc. cond.
t4,000 miles, adult owned,
i$2,500. 50 mPg city.1
334-797-4070.
Yamaha 2006 V-Star 11(10 custom, red in color,
lots of chrome, windshield $4900. 334-618-2068.


BFord 2003 Expedition,
Eddie Bauer Edition,
$5999.99. Call 334-984-
2015.


^Toyota 1996 4 Runner,
100,000 miles on motor &
transmission, new tires,
A/C & heat, nice vehicle,
$2599.99. Call 334-984-
2015.
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BOX TRUCK 2004 Frieghtliner M-2 26 ft with
attic, air brakes, cat engine, 6sp. trans.
26,000 gvwr, 195K miles, exc. cond. $14,500.
Call: 334-798-1221.
Chevy 1994 C1SOO0 Pick-up silver in color,
147,700 miles, For more information
Call: 850-579-4303.
HFord 2006 F-250, Fx4 Turbo
Diesel, Leather, many ex-
tras, only 74,000 miles.
$22,995. DEAL MAX AUTO,
Call 334-479-8402..
Tractor Yanmar Diesel 1986 with bush hog &
rebuilt engine, runs great! $3200.,
Call Dean 334-983-3164.


Ford 2005 Freestar SE Van: Handicap, beige
with cloth interior, 85k miles, equipped with
VMI system, very clean, new fuel pump, new
tires, rebuilt trans, garage kept, cold AC, tie
down system. $18,995 NEG., Call 334-301-6064
Ior 334-301-0988 or 334-301-1204


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LF160215

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Division: Civil
Case No. 2010-208CA

JERRY UPSHAW,
Plaintiff, "
vs,. * * ** . *
FELTIS POLLOCK; et. al.,'
Defendants,
"" : NOTICE OF SALE .

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final :
Judgment of Partition dated August 12, 2013,
and entered in Case No. 2010-208CA, of the Cir-
cult Court of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit in
and for Jackson County, Florida. wherein JERRY
UPSHAW, is the Plaintiff and JAMES
MCCREARY, VELOCITY INVESTMENTS, LLC,
JOHN EDWARD RYLES, who is not known to be
either.dead 0r alive, JENNIE POLLOCK ',
MARGERATE I HENRY a/k/a INEZ HENRY and
FELTIS POLLOCK,-who are believed to be de-
ceased, and if deceased, the unknown spouse,
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other,;.:
parties claiming interests by, through, under or,
against the said JOHN EDWARD RYLES, JENNIE
POLLOCK, MARGERATE I HENRY a/k/a INEZ-
HENRY and FELTIS POLLOCK, and all other par-
ties having or claiming to have any right, title
or interest in the property hereip described are
the Defendants. DALE RABON GUTHRIE asthe
Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the Jackson County
Courthouse,'4445 Lafayette Street, Marianna,
'FL, on September 26, 2013, at 11:00 a.m. CST;"
:the following described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to wit: I

Parcel 1:
SE '/4 of the NW 1/4 LESS 10 ACRES ON WEST
SIDE LOCATED IN SECTION 11, TOWNSHIP 6
NORTH, RANGE 9 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY
FLORIDA.

Parcel 2: .
W OFTHE NW'/4OFTHESE/4 LOCATED IN
SECTION 11, TOWNSHIP 6 NORTH, RANGE 9.
WEST, JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDA.

Any person claiming an interest in the surplus
from the sal1, 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.,
Dated this 16th day of August, 2013.. -

Dale Rabon GUTHRIE '
As Clerk of the Court

By: Tammy Bailey '
As Deputy Clerk : '


LF160192 .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
S JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
INAND FOR JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 13-001DP

IN THE INTEREST OF:

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

NOTICE OF ACTION AND OF ADVISORY
HEARING FOR TERMINATIONOF PARENTAL
RIGHTS AND GUARDIANSHIP

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 L Wright,
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 toparticipate in this pro-
ceeding, you are entitled, at no 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 yourscheduled 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 court at Ma-
rianna, Jackson County, Florida on, July 24,
2013.


CLERK OF COURT
BY: Tabitha Pumphrey
DEPUTY CLERK


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to close Marianna High School and in an established neighborhood.
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secondary bedrooms rdand other master bedroom with an 8x8 office area, There Is
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Below ground pool area has a nice Pool House complete wi Showers! MLS #24670.,
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2 M Lbed,6qXaL,
Screened Porch and
Laundry Room: Sitting
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it! Located right across,
from G0lson Elemepntary
nand 1161 tdoor to the Cance r*Center in Mariana. Brick house needs somfe updates but
can be the perfect place for you!!! MIS #248115. Asking $71,000."


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Mary Beth Kamnsk
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(850) 569-2608 (850) 693-0907
4856 Laudcerdaie Lane
BascomR, FL 32423
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ELEGANT CUSTOM BUILT
HOME ON MAGNOUA


kithenwit ceterislnda bea hast a, lar bedrooms. 4 fullg re
OAKS GOLF COURSE,



and large screened porch overlookingthe 12 -tee of the golf course.
MARIANNThThe master suite has a Jacuiis hometu, large separateshower, dream


"closet & dressing area. All within as hour drive to the beautiful white
sand beaches on the Gulf of Mexico. MIS 248062 $449,900
has, s bedrooms, 4 full
baths all the extra
amenitiese. Gorgeous oak




screeabinets in ches, & largerial
kitchen With center Wsand, a breakfast bar, lar-)epatyadnngae




and large screeneatiod ara along with a separate uing ste for lfcompaurse.




grandparents or even that college student. There is a handicap accessible
Themaster bath as well as a rJmp acuzzcessing thub, lare seplivinarateshowea. Azaldreas and
plenty of trees give this home als on awhour drive to the beautiful whitened
fsandr pribeaches or that play area fr your childrenxico. MLS 24834062 $44259,00
A UNIQUE MUST SEE
HOMERIANAO.MPASS LAKEa
Iais ontemgprary style
home offers 4i bedrooms
full baths, two kitchens





Ioplenty of inspace -to large
Ind oversized cdosets





or retreat is EXTREM well maintained with large bedrooms, plenty of
storage, wide hallway & an open floor plan to maburn this home easilyace
screned in porches, & large
dining rec~reation area along with a separate living suite for company;





hgrandinap aressible Garage hs a workbdent. The is a handicap accessiblehas




plenty of room for tools, lame equipment or storage. MIS 245686 $1650 010
master bath as Well as a ramp acsngemainWing area. Azaleas and
plenty of ties give this home takes on olee life in sp ing. Fenced
for privacy or that play a for your children MLS 24or340 Mr.in000 o
~A GARDENERS DEUd HT
fN MARIANNA. Beautiful








eon the screened back porch Includswasher, dryer and stoveod.
rr i: p=aceful", home has
" .plenty of space -to play
or reteat. It is EXTREMELY Well maintained with large rooms. plenty of
handicap accessible:" Garage has a workbench and a i2 x28 workshop has




carport, plus 2 cardeta pmhed garage. MILS 248473 $11,65000




^,,r-:- ..-____PERFECT FOR FIRST.
TIME HOME BUYER OR
RETREDUCMENT HOME.$10000.




^gg^^^-H^^sg^^JWatch the sunsets across
,the pond from your frontpay
~up to $5,000 toward
.buyers closing costs.
"ring all offers. Looking



f porch. What a viewt
pl This cute in2 bedroom 1utr?
*='== ESBnjoy bath home wouldlif maker,
owls, fox and even some ei a great first homeund on this



-" retirement hon.i ir.
the ountry. It has a metal room new well, sitsand some uphillin the



Kitchen has. plenty of cabinet space, and a large pantry. There
is pddlenty of rhisom for4.5 a garden in the oback youard which even ha
na pear tscree, fig tree and a large loquat tree. Comes complete
carpwith stovert, pusrefri 2 ceratoret washe and drye MLS 24849273 $111 ,000 .'
'- ( J J^'1 TIME HOME BUYER OR
RETIREMENT HOME.
Watch the sunsets across
,the pond from' you r front
poNh R chat a view)
This cute 2 bedroom I1
bath' home would make



a ..great first home, or
Sp. retirement ho. i, r.
the country. It ha a metal rioof, new Well, and some upn.e:
Kitchen has plenty of cabinet space and a large pantry. There
is plenty of room for a garden in the back yard which even has
.1 pear.tree,- fig tree and a large loquat tree. Comes complete



with stove, refrirator, wasler and dryer. MLS 248492 $85,000'

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drearn ~ ~ ~ ou don rpn i afc ream haomuen
ACRES l ,n,. .rI .r




closed to Magn~ ur.n,.,n
ia.n adi with Aoa m r, na.
Ieed.rc tions-pl.iQ miiumsAq ." ftM .

1h re 1/9,, i n tek,. re.'..str i.,I v r, :1 r in'1.20acrs co1 + '. o a,6. r ealn+' ..









Sfwith accesh s toeMll pn. MLS 247096 $56,000 .
l p 'nn" It ".'BII1, Il1" rT~CoU,,.RN.Y SINESS,
1BAT TENTI ON
GOLFERS BuIld
your dream home
close to Magnolia
O nks Golf Course












^^^^H H^B ^^^H Grenwodpropertyis uta
short d itanc of
He Mav ly ro eand
reasudental 1 09 Cnre lot acrob H frome.o olf course.









u10-1 om Prpereytles i ni al ex iens res.s purctase and
aDeed restrictioths apply a a. 1800 minimum sq. fl Lot
shares 1/9 interest, in 10.20'acres-of cominon ar'ea




With access to M llpond. MLS 2409623 $56,0000
COUNTRY LIVING
AT ITS BEST 20
Acres in Gree rwood
tos 1 enloDy your





pr perett 9i just a
ocuancy M sh aeb short distant e offr
Of ved road, ancl
rus well, yeptJc,sand over Dole on property A
beautidful berrng for roble Horne. or to. I oulIclyour
are 3M hIorne Property ,: nalf cir areD pasture and
'l6alfWiooded. with mostly oak and some pine. Lots
of wildlife'there as-well. MILS 247803 $89,OOO00,






years. Current income potential Return On Investrnent Is
1p0-1i2 percentsless Tninimale expenses. JUst purchase and
start collecting, incomeloet M LS. 247807 $135,000 0,
ACERAKEY UNEAR1




CHIPOLA ,RIVER.
SThis 9 acre parcel in
Mar lanna isct loaseto
a boat landing, and
has a view of 'the
o ChW poiv e a Rita i th ver. It frmin
Conserve C oni grancfathei red in, and can support
one home, or coulnHd possibly be purchased fo a



ORs t BUcERe Th aris
mobile haome a is in at
quiet retirement arna
In Milton; Floridal
Come-for tie season
or toustayl Enjoy the
i secluson-picnic v in
lor 'own yard- y et Iust a a s rhort ad to N...e w Santo
Rosa and beautiful be ches. Close to.'Per sacola for
Hospitals, Universities, Eglin Air Force Ease, and Pensafola
Regional Airport. 2 bedroom,l bath, largeIcovered porch;
12M 20 storage building closet. MI. 247879 $ 74,000
SONE AND ONE HALF
ACRE PARCEL ,This
wooded property
is an ideal place to
build or put that
mobile home. On
a paved road with
ready access to
Mariantia or Panama City Beach. A perfect location
to work, live and ploy in Northwest, Florida. 'From
Panama City & Fountain area drive North on Hwy 231
to Hwy 167. RIght on Hwy 167 and-property will be
just 2 miles north. See signs. MIS 246853 $16,000
OI0E AND ONE HALF"
ACRE PARCEL This
~wooded property
~is an ideal place to
build or put that
~mobile home. On

Marianna or Pa'nama Ci~ty Beach. A perfect location
to work, live and play in' Northwest Florida. From
Panama City & Fountain area drive North on Hwy 231
to Hwy 167. Right on Hwy 167 and property Will be
just 2 miles north. See signs. MIS 246853 $16,000
40 5 ACRES PLUS
(' '" -" AN OLDER HOME.
~Beautiful farm land
plus build your dream
~home and bring your
horses or cattle.
There is a gorgeous
surune '. setting for a home
suruddwith-'mature trees including Oak. Cedar,
and some Pecans that sit back from the highway. Watch
the sunrise and sunsets and enjoy the countryside, yet
close to iarianna, The Industrial park, and the new
Jackson County Health Center. MIS 247525 $324,500


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SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES 85-29-59
4630 Hwy. 9b Marianna, FL 32446 4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446 Call Us For All Your
(850) 526.2891 (850) 526-2891
Eaoh,11,11epi Owsd ,,ed OPNW, ace.Ios..". ~ oa ..v FO M Real Estate Needs
SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER435BLfyteS. GIrorAscie
Excellent location
comeriothis older home sits
Onida Morris Ed McCoy, Realtor 85. 48 -77 8aSrins enfro dance
TOW noe e e573-6198 House appears to have a good SPrins entractnce,

Co'-5maif lckcnstutaie honew
www.emcioymantydcopewwwrdrachipaincom fenced n back yard sits back off the hwy with small
Broker/O wner0 eMS2873 ,0 .' .." "J storage bldg out back. Priced at $59,500 MLS# 248666
I&LINN- -This 3453 brick home
JL M has 3BR12BA & could
IN PI NiOH, ONLY Nbe a 4BR/5BA" Has
MINUTES TO Three bedroom brick home a 23ax35. reatimom!
TOWNI Countiy home Private eanrMB!oWell
irtni. stled on lovely 1.5 acme ma ntainet dhomeow


I n riataadiniteoct-n.hardware wthchi
ladsc d il cang. ode porch. Metal roof, dbl ens.windows, bik top dway
Ru ch tle 3 edrooms, 2 anaaehyaoutbtlgs wlele1,ct c Ig polebam, half openthalf encl. mom hr
ant2489, an0,30ed gaage M 79link fencing on paved road. -RV Alson c space fn mh wsge cutank Ealiies to0
MIS 248732 s $65,000 M.S 24871328 $69,900.A rnt y ceanAPrM 2ced at $200 MI S248468
OIE L _T IN O, IISMOE-PRICED UNDER
APPR*ED AWEINice 3BR/28Ak home in
BricE im feturesMarianna.. Beautiful
maintained home-locatedn ifa3=m.siulatedhardwoodfloor

4b gs/wQ 7Personalitypcl foos, ti
lawn. Spacious mooms and large:brig tpn screened hive&z PRICED FOR. QUICK SALE. 15 acres has unfinished,-old 2 newer interior paint, doors,
bouso kuyar. ousr. ttahdA. BR house and brn on property. Brns attached 20cain e h e
irepLeee., .eflh eporoeenhn,. : hand appliances. Has nd
S0 MS 24871 $11,00 shed and"t122horsestalls.Approx.acrehayfield tamilyrotdromb & sm storage building. Hnme qualifies for FHA,
MLSO2486 9,00. : Some fencing. Underground storm shelter, well and septic' VA and M Seller willing to pay closing costs of time homebyerkWhy
SO H EEN'S T SEN Or be m tank. Being sold "AS IS." $75,000 MIS248497 rent when you can hare your own home. Priced at $77,500 MLS# 248418


bedrom, boh~lo~ed,+ ot.,r, ;J+,l ,+,,+, b ....... + .ho e] Tis s a USTSEE t ony....9......24..)
FOR ONE PRICEV- O,,home u s .. completely
Loe in one home end use second, renovatd NAsofeatures 0u Personality plus, this
for guest or rental house. ne l tcham A-frame home
side with separate entrance. has 2Bgu-1/2BA and
repairs needed. is in o einra
M2MLS 2486918 $13000. condition. Kitchen, DR
M. S 248664 $79,9000..V BEDM S Nmasterhi have cork
IOH,WHAT:'ABG'Gh. EN.C1ORE .. flors.eFull.heathrhas a marble floor! With the landscaping, this home
REDU Oi-Gr,, i,,,-r,, ,,,,,, 3 metafeels tucked awa and private! Owners are motivated to sell and are
HOUSE,,Ceder',4 .4begiv t ,,t in ,i,,, qn ri eapply5nBAfor shot-sate. Make an arointmfnt today to se e this lovely
bedroom, n3ebath- loc,.ted a ,, ,,,,,, ,," y4hornt s ise a! rMUST SEE at only $ 900 MLS# 2 48399
ono 3.5 acres. Many, Many t ui..
Custom Feateres. n Qr, Nice country bhome on
MLS 2486874 S245,000. to edge ot.Greenwned,
MLS 240635 *$224,900 1ENCOER TE. -...-- R9B Mbl oe a ce. Ft, approx. 7 min.frmm
E 2 B H2IAA IGbile home.,ont2 INE fencedTcsPveoads, Mariatna and 25 ibn.
RD TIN-. b". IT ..Wwilt. r,,r3ametalnstorageebuildings,,o ne toniveriftiptoliving ta Out ept
la- horea u- to yr. quarters.GeneratoErfr.Mobiledhome. AnirfimAlwblOme. 38R(O5BA, hardwoori, tile, and carpet floour.fireplace, L, &den, new vinyl
b, onth is 3 bedrooms homched In etdoba .kyar drre ing -bldg.-4.tgafig trees,cattone .cres.
bo ntdo n sh bedloot. inlawn. o .. u .1Possible ownerIlifin ncing-.20% down,6% i s sigb enced ba yabor od, org e .


loae on sade lr -i ton "floin~'SIE, L NES T- sMtivated.ThSele!,Bi ng a llmust es.e rie d antnly $875,000 MLS# 24783 7
clo- 0sset oacol amenities. tuderils Opr-ki N il, e ll. .-.-.....-years w/iredil report. S40,000 MIS #249500d
MIS 248643 ; $799,000. ."
MLS j48263 t, $47,900.-w o p 1.This lanR/2A has beer
OH ED.OEM A-IN'TA IN-E D completely moovoted! Kit.



FORDETAI splt
HOME t l Medanno On busdn e tsBBhes d~igranite careonterms,
SPACE? Specious home o pedftoyr design. tmusb lldiuoor ay-ai. es&al p
with 4 bedrooms, detached leadltohunk -patio for relaxing aychnt l pt
carport and locked on 'extra, SispiEN RA Y -lclc/beatiur a wrap-around fomors-I gre baon. masey uniue
street. mlatr ,and onrached carport.t -prrb: gescreenmndo&.wusber/dryrrsstay.
to8 street0. -,1"-MIS248591 o $94,900. ,H -eome bain c acosed above Laund puintt /dock. Lotp and utde
HAS A Adh edi e ciroo Lrage.,7Thin"is a must see a eotnly $87,000 M LS # 247837
ELS 248622 e $61,900. -- --YR!80 aoies-sWihwell
GREATD LOC111ATIO! Apdt dworlishop. .Owner his. clean 3/2 brick
iwill sellhouse* and 40 acres, home is move-in ready!
l C6new paint, clean
golfing community, Large -A .CO 850-573-198 6 Beaufsl Mxte
i., garage with storage aree, p MLS 248627 S!09,90an-Qds t B '.Abue piusanr
cod shaded bock yard;.aranaOnaMOVE-INedstee i hi READY ompls design, caraet in htrats,
-MLS -248594$134588,o00. rnt-e re oD Rad.e.... h300efR odm. kitchen sp
.. .. .W7m.. ..lenTyo mt cainyedts. Landscaped w/palms 4add azaleas. Outside
4, rrlrv New,-AC, with carpet. One (or garage. 2 metal storage buildings. Large shady nitis p tirie n ty of aintuiseat b.in~$4'ai L#280
REDUCEDOHTHIS'wood hin w, I lichen, large fenced in ldiGreatfohildrenar pels S75 00MS248790
HA AElaiityw,tnr u..itd a detached -___________________________________
V E I (-nrl -yemeta loduble -:apud Very nice -Batfl eeitv
"" haloving a pb -wall.avie.MLS.248524T$109,9001 111B/home*.2,5in
of Cmpuutal 05-,idCliase! 3BR/3 ,Awith
ga.Mef4o5ck i 0b.a F ,a i ,_ .000 ofrolvint space.
2485,4 ,8-,0. ,Realto Too many extras to list' ,uicety landscaped, wittl private
B,,,]'ivThormas.85.2Th11isd. Thi brap itrb9nloy159(100. MLS# 248082


.inLR ii4r ,3/ -.,$3.000~ Morann -Appod.tey ieoe Il weh149io
.,ri. .r.i....- .
to ..a. c . J Siouthiern plantation
.........ii-------------------------------------------------litisi2 BR,,odsstylehhomeiinpprest......
1! 4 P~jtIdian:, Springs Sub.

a. .. r
Loin.- %..., i' ,,-n ,,-' .,.is 4BR/2,5BA home
S67,500 AK .Ih s waterfront on Lake
UU I id fv orce.ihns i, nrurid utPorw/inew,-lner and many
a ,Seter wo alt-ir, up in $ld.looiv) urard new rent and

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MLS#A241314 S 230.000 Marianna Approximately'p acre lot wrlh 149' on 'pg dp Mabevyouraprpoirrniriirrat bau' 225.000 MLS# 248.285
f .-----'l.-144" Lne --3 north Jefferson zoned mixed used. Could be residential, 7CUTYETT
a llt 1", ..ll r l N ll lU .: lll&
'-. 9 -- ..,.,.,...,._,,., ,.apartments/duplex.Or.business..City.ulililies 2 BR, old 1--7 , 7 ... ".. .....
- ~..,,,. ,,,,, "~~ .,;T house being sald "AS IS". MIS #247182-------------------------ri...c

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.d4 Catle Farm oldh 145
acip,. 2 n-rir~et aan I
i,.asm eerrea bilrding (if
QUALITY SHINES 56 kR .. ,,- ,.2330 sq. o i.bl auneedn
THROUGH ni ,su cstrlm bl l' a new 'o-Fenced and
huton1 where pu etLue va pud. nitMLS1248153 0 549,900 cruan enced 4wu
Features include ?orian acunters an Aiitt 3e. I C000n in.of/which 2 re,!40wells
ki-itchen end-.hotl- stainless steel quiet steno.TbI m O % H ew hrAoaWell maintained 2 BR!0,powered Anti.) - rI:W in leard trere wed lb ice in rie
appp vv/ences-e inroold o C lin
ap ln .plenyof.cabinetsoinm ril er l*oi Wi n W t inor, BA mobile home inaa f lee.: joal, b r in l':- 1349 r, om d yML ,,.8 .
with ihtd try ceiling nd plntion i e w r, d a cuniryseing The mailer. .
blinds, Jl crizitub ohd home ishundicopuccessleIa. Spayed insolation in walls, rrt l "y i ni. c1 n1 ,ot bedreem bus, a r,,l[.in
celing-ad energy glasswindows makes home energy e0ffcien. All this and more ,o rwm ,r l closet. All appli'nie included. Mosi of property is chain-link fenced, .7 'iWowt "Come see this
on loely landscaped yard.. Call Bevely toddy for your personal viewing of this ML48451 1 $145,000 aclot is cross fencediwith oprge garden space. Openshedl18xl5, storage 3BR/2BA brick home w/
outstanonng home.:. .. "-" :+ 1" -. .bldg. 12x8. Front and back porch. Redcetl'o$25,900. Bring Offersl !ity water & septic, all
MLS 24"84115 *$1 59,90PI.bldg.ew tile flooring, newer
' ,. Na rkloaM 7. windows, newer roof,
REALTOR-ASSOCIATE ................. ......... ......................... newer hot water heater, fireplace w/gas fire togs or use natural
Debbie Roney Smith, 850.526.2891 wood. Lge great room for entertaining. Two car garage. The seller
Realor anlinne~hotnsal~co - --has applied for short sale. Offers will have to have float approval
850r209.8039 fromfi the seller's lender. Bring all offers.. $99,900 MLS# 248097
debbieroneysm2ith@ .80 9. c ai e
embrqmi0.omhospiltal +& .medical
,.' "* "tfcilitiest Thin complex has
(AL BI E 0031 DiRECT innovated & is in like-new
85.0983 c t.s ne / vm-ras oh-at condition, w/new metal metf.
INrFO. 383/23A Updyted ________________________________Currently'leased on amonth-lo-ihonth basis. Excellent income advantage or use
beone -in- the city limits of tor yuur own business! $147,500 MLS#I 248189
Marianna. Ctose'e hospitalt Thrce-buildings Madanna .01d store building, house and
ucihools, college and eiopping "Beautiful frae to~ buildaig lot, Paved read frontage. Beautiful big mes on ar n ( r ""- ~ ~ Get ivsmn
ThukremO fl reiu onrcovyd etctos 200s~~oesh~ofd-garage itartment ont cr M0L+ Roads on3 sides (2aarrtrea Currstentl
n'MIS 210709 $150,000 to area. mb onrcnee ehcin,200sflmshcoe paved) zoned commercial. Would be goad for apartments, autopre Cuenl
& One hell set in y~oiir taln. are ri. Lvllnwihafwslltes.Royorder om. -. repair, H/A conditioning business, oct. Lots of room for parking bipa n$30
Brick rendh in mmii mevein reedy MLS# 248693 i3000. MI #2479 reannbuiesa my. Has a 4;-yr.. lease
uson 45ni hedreddfon 9or use ] or ... ........... .......y ............... .. accessible fromn Hwy 90 and directly behind Wino Dixie Shopping
Omom oh. Center. Mahe an appointment today Only $149,5090 MLS# 248339
MIS 246566 $89,000 Or BEST OFFER -
.' +oc. Commercial Location
Ulgraded cmwoirnnanweadwith 548 of tWO 90
l kohe. 2310 SF H/C Bouit is 2006 front uage Prpry meta
Feecd Pblr/2/1obn2s.w3iisofeudats. Oew/ofnes Ptrugert cmesa
wills 0r /8o 28, ecres cln e -O.pb btdgs, and Igo chain linked
o1redPdg n 1 -10. P~,xi ISt o ig elbitoe3eIom1Sohwllo dts n ~ fenced amea. Ha 572' ot
led iocier poel.Pineit is oli wel bilthom '-carraitroad frontage. Comes w/city-water & city sewer, 4 well w 2 bp pump.
Ceebe Coowi tix gomge, metol storage shed and utility shed. On. one acre' and close to current businesses don't conw,,y...0nily Reat Estate. $399,000 MLSt! 245402

ad i warn 2500 SU Men9 Centry. 21 E inter Seds hn -Aoral-28hmeiMranaasplace, -Commrca L71atindBu
sxeor oenr .1 earn. stplit rsonlcm nrra twSprings Rd. comer
Ir .~ G ~ ru pety ud draentra H/A and som insulated widos Onea lo,3 commercial
wno boin fiplce~igr st f metal buildings
Gns~nc s s igre~ ling, ceran' u hii~ gaae cenafotpocdc n trg totaling approx. 31,000', nmarny efficus, large display salus floor,
,. .oramus, building. Selling "as is" $40,000 MIS #248192 Bpr counter, warebouse space~all ono 8.1]9acres. Tis nut only H r.Li U 0r0~ orcouiiiurra ,oo ,


I MIS 248516 $250,000 WHer. ore appointment today! All this for only $725,00 MLS24093


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