Jackson County Floridan

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

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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A Time To Dance will be offering classes
in a variety of dance styles for both
children and adults.


Atime



to dance
From staff reports
In just two weeks, a former Chipo-
la College theater student has put
together a business she's dreamed of
most of her life, taking advantage of
an unforeseen opportunity.'
Madison Smith's whirlwind start-
ed when she got a call from her
old boss at Milsap's Dance Studio,
where Smith had been a student as
a teenager before landing a job there
teaching tap, ballet and jazz to other
young people. Knowing that Smith
harbored a longtime desire to own
a related business of her own, the
owner/mentor told Smith that she
was closing operations and that the
See'DANCE, Page IOA



Alfordtrio


arrested


on drug


charges
SFrom staff reports
Three Alford men were arrested
late Thursday afternoon on. drug
charges stemming from a Jackson
County Drug Task Force investiga-
tion into a tip about drug activity at
the home that one of the men rents
inAlford.
Albert Newton Brincefield, 32; Ted
Brincefield, 29; and Paul William
Collins Jr. are charged in thq case
with the manufacture of a controlled
substance (methamphetamine),
possession of methamphetamine,
possession of marijuana and pos-
session of drug paraphernalia.
See DRUGS, Page 11A


Traffic stop


ends with

drug arrest

From staff reports
A traffic stop led to the arrest of a
Cottondale man on drug charges
Thursday just before 6 p.m. Authori-
ties say a deputy pulled Juan-Luis
Cervantes over because he drove
across the outside line of the traffic
lane on U.S. 231 several times as he
travelled south in a 1993 Ford truck.
The deputy noted in his complaint
that Cervantes "appeared to be ex-
tremely nervous" when he
See ARREST, Page 11A


)CLASSIFIEDS...7B


.... MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
The University of South Florida's Dr. Christian Wells updates the media on the ongoing excavation of grave sites at and around the Arthur
G. Dozier School for Boys Boot Hill cemetery,

Human remains found outside



known boundary at Boot Hil

Material, pins consistent with burial shrouds from 1920s


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MAOKSKINNERFLORipAM
Pastor Johnny Gaddy talks .about
his time at Dozier during a:M emoridl
service in honor of the children who
died at the facility.
Memorial honors
those who died
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhaltenrgjcfloridan corn
On Saturday, the Rev. Ron Mizer
stood in the pulpit of the church
he pastors and talked 'about the.
power of testimony. He wasn't
giving a sermon that day, but
See MEMORIAL. Page 11A


SBY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
,, dbuckhalter@jefloridan.com
.Researchers have uncovered human
remains in one of three study quad-
rants set up outside the known border
of the 'Dozier School for Boys cemetery.
'" The announcement was made at a brief
news conference held outside the Doz-
ier gates early Saturday afternoon as
Sthe first day of. exhumation efforts there
continued in an effort to identify how
manyyoung
VIDEO' men are
))Video available online at b u r i e d
www.jcfloridan.com. there, who
they are,
and potentially, how they died.
Christian Wells, an assistant profes-
sor of anthropology at the University of
South Florida, said a skull had not been
located as of 2 p.m. that day, but that
some large bone fragments confirmed
as human had been found, along with
cloth remnants and brass pins consis-
tent with the type of burial shroud com-
monly used in the 1920s. Objects con-
sistent with casket hardware were also
found. The pine boxes' that might have
been used as caskets. would not have
survived over time, Wells said.


University of South Florida Ph.D. student
Ashley Maxwell, 27, takes measurements
in the Boot Hill cemetery at the Arthur G.
Dozier School for Boys while preparing to
exhume bodies from the site.
The team working on the quadrant
where the remains were found spent the
rest of Saturday carefully documenting
their finds and preparing them for ex-
humation and further study.
So far, the researchers have found four
to six possible burial shafts outside the
known boundary of "Boot Hill," as the
known cemetery is commonly called.
This phase of the exhumation effort
will continue through Monday after-
noon. Wells said this first visit is meant
in part to test the methods being used
See REMAINS, Page 11A


Event to help lung transplant candidate


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
Lucretia McCoy Simmons is
44 years old, and that's some-
thing of a miracle; she wasn't
expected to live past the age of
16 or 17. She faces a huge chal-
lenge now--she needs adou-
ble lung transplant. And she
needs a huge chunk of money
to even get on the list to receive
that surgery..,
Her native community is
coming together to help her
raise it Saturday. The basic goal
is $5,000, but organizers are
hoping to raise much more to
help with expenses in addition
to the front money that Sim-
mons must prove she has avail-
able resources for housing near
the hospital in the weeks that
would follow her surgery.
Diagnosed with cystic fibro-
sis as a small, child, Simmons


) ENTERTAINMENT.,.5B


) JC LIFE...3A


Lou McCoy Simmons cleans the
treatments Wednesday night.
has been beating the odds for
rnany years, thanks in part
to her faith and to a fiercely
protective mother and father,
JoAnne and John W McCoy.
))OBITUARIES...11A


I ; I IIfP F fL''iILwiAI
equipment she uses for breathing

.They made sure she stayed
away from environments that
could aggravate her condition
and kept her on a regular medi-
cal regimen throughout her


OPINION...4A


SSPORTS..


childhood. Residents of Chat-
tahoochee, they continue to
play an important role in her
life.
Born in Chattahoochee, she
spent part of her childhood in
Grand Ridge and now lives in
the Altha area.
Saturday's fundraiser will
be held at the Johnny John-
son Pavilion oh the grounds of
Florida State Hospital in Chat-
tahoochee. It begins at 4 p.m.
EDT, 3 p.m. CDT. It will include
a lineup of entertainment and
several activities for children.
Grilled chicken or 'hot-dog
dinner plates with sides and a
drink will go for $6 each. Other
assorted foods will be available
for various prices. Tickets will
be available at a $1 each for the
children's activities, including
See LUNGS, Page 11A
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FLORIDAN
Publisher Valeria Roberts
vroberts@jcfloridan.com

lCirculation Manager Depa Oberski
doberski@jcfloridan.com

CONTACT US
Telephone: 850-526-3614
FAX: 850-482-4478 .
SEmail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
S Marianna. FL32446! .'
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out of errors and advertisements beyond
the amount paid for the space actually
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such error is due to the negligence of the
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newspaper will not knowingly accept or ,
publish illegal material of-any kind. Advertis-
ing which expresses preference based on
legally protected personal characteristics is
not acceptable. '

HOWTOGETYOUR
NEWS PUBLISHED
The Jackson County Floridan will publish
news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your news'or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement,
anniversary and birth annOuncements.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good quality and
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the
right to edit all submissions.
GETTING IT RIGHT
The Jackson County Floridan's policy
is to correct mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call'526-3614
Monday-Friday.


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SUNDAY, SEPT. 1
L Saint Paul High School lIeunion Reunion
group will attend church at New Easter Missionary
Baptist Church, 977 Hope Ave., Graceville..Reunion
(Aug. 30 Sept. 1) cost: $60i Call 526-0342 or
263-6695.

MONDAY, SEPT.2
) Blood Drive 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. the OneBlood
bloodmobile will be at Walmart, 2255 U.S. 71S.,
Marianna. Call 526-7817.'
) Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting
5:30-7:30 p~m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
3975 U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings
are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects,
lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
,)i Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p,m. in the AA room 6f First United M4ethodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
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TUESDAY, SEPT. 3
) St. Anne Thrift Store Hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4285 Second Ave. in
Marianna. Starting Sept. 3: $5 Browo Bag sale on
clothing.
,0 Orientation Noon to 3 p.m. at Goodwill Career.
Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn
About and register for free services. Call 526-0139.
# Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting
- Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St.,
Marianna.
) Sewing Circle -1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-
5028.
) Senior Fellowship Association Monthly Board
Meeting 1:30 p.m. in the Emerald Coast Hospice
conference room, 4374 Lafayette St., Marianna.
Jackson County Public Library Writing Center
Opens 6-8.p.m. at the Jackson County Public
Library, 2929 Green St. in Marianna. Starting today,
the Writing Center will be open'the first Tuesday
evening of each month, New, experienced writers
Welcome to learn about the writing process, ideas
and styles in writing, more. Register at the JCPL
Circulation desk or by contacting Ann Bryan at 482-
9631 or abryan@jacksoncountyfl.com.
City of Jacob Budget, Council Meeting- 6:01
p.m. in Jacob City Hall. The monthly council meet-
ing follows the budget meeting.
) Alcoholics Anonymous'Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4
) Tools to Quit: Free Tobacco Cessation Class
11 a.m. tol1 p.m. in the Jackson County Public
Library conference room 2929 Green St., Marianna.
Free nicotine patches, lozenges and/or gum for
program participants. Call 482-6500. ,
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- Noon
to 1 .m. in the AA room of First United Methodist


community Calendar
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. sh
96


are, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482- <
631.


THURSDAY, SEPT. 5 Celebrate Recovery-7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
International Chat'n' Sip 8:30-10 a.m. at the Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult,
It aAn mChaitcr fn, .'rr,a,-n hi rt- hbi+ct snd


Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in
Marianna. Learning Center staff and their inter-
national English learners invite the public for the
exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed
environment. Light refreshments served. No charge.
Call 482-9124.
)) St. Anne Thrift Store Hours -'9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays at 4285 Second Ave. in
Marianna. Starting Sept. 3: $5 Brown Bag sale on
clothing.
United Way of Northwest Florida 2013 Com-
munity Campaign Kickoff 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at the Jackson County Agricultural Conference
Center, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna. Meet 30
United Way agencies impacting lives in Jackson
County. Kickoff lunch starts the 2013 United Way
Campaign, which runs until November. UWNWF
raises money for local programs benefiting local
people. R.S.V.P. by Sept. 3 to 850-215-6753 or hhan-
sen.@unitedwaynwfl.6rg.
) Caregiver Support Group Meeting 10:30-
11:30 a.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 2898
Jefferson St, Mariann'a. Guest speaker: Dr. Joe Gay.
Sponsor: Alzheimer's Project Inc. All caregivers
welcome. No cost.
Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks
Restaurant, U.S. 90, Marianna. Call 526-3142.
) MariannaKiwanis Club Meeting Noon at
Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna.
Call 482-2290.
Job Club Noon to 3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career
Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn job
seeking/retention skills; get job search assistance.
Call 526-0139.
D 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.
Call 482-6500.
VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting- 6 p.m. at
2830 Wynn St., Marianna. Covered-dish supper fol-
lowed by.a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call 372-2500:
BCF Honors Recital 7 p.m. in The Baptist Col-
lege of Florida R.G. Lee Chapel,,Graceville. Evening
features vocal and instrumental performances by
upper-level BCF music students. Free admission.
Call 800-328-2660, ext. 427 or visit www.baptist-
college.edu. ..
Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion,
8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale-'
donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking;
papers will not be signed.
"".."'FRIDAY, SEPT. 6'
Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at the Jackson
'County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and
experienced hand crafters welcome to create,


LCCII (I I1--': LIlI IfiO IU. UVt-1I'fVJ I1 lIr I1 I-UI IJ I ,luII,,,, (,1 l-
hang-ups.,' Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856,573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. inMarianna.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 7
Blacksmith Class -8 a.m. at the Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement in Blountstown. Enjoy the art of
shaping of shaping heated iron and steel (forging)
with hand tools such as hammers, tongs and chisels
on an anvil. This is an all-day event so pack your.
lunch. Required items: Gloves, safety glasses. Cost:
$50. Seats are-limite'dand a $20.deposit is'required
for the reservation, Which goes toward the cost of
class. Call 674-2777 : .
' Lucretia McCoy Simmons Benefit 4 p.m.
EDT/3 p.m. CDT at Johnny JoQhnson Pavilion near
the main entrance of Florida State Hospital, Chatta-
hoochee. Food, fun and entertainment for the entire
Family. Grilled chicken plates, hot dog plates for
sale, $6 each. For the kids: 18' waterslide, bouncy
house, train rides. Music from Maisonr Fulton, Amy
Scipper-Allen, Elvis iripersonator Dale Locke, Jen-
nie Liffick & Sarah, Unchained, Heritage Harmony,
Victoria &Tiffany Harrell, and Billy Lipford. Fund-
raiser proceeds assist-Simmons, who is in need of a
double lung transplant. '
) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30-
5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.

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

MONDAY, SEPT. 9 !
) Marianna Lions Club Meeting- Noon at Jim's
Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call
482-2005.
S)),Golson PTO Meeting 5:30 p.m. at Golson
Elementary School, Marianna. Call 482-9607.
Jackson County Quilters 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.
) ChipolaBeekeepers Meeting 6-8 p.m.at the
Jackson County Extension Office, 2741 Pennsylvania
,Ave., Marianna. Bring a dish for the potluck supper.
Call 482-9620.


The submission deadline for this'calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL32447,
l. e-maill editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.

Police Roundup
.7 1a


MARIANNA POLICE
DEPARTMENT
The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the following
incidents for Aug. 29, the latest
available report: One hit and
run vehicle, two dead people,
four reports of mental illness,
two physical disturbances, one
burglar alarms, eight traffic
stops, one civil dispute, one
trespass complaint, three ani-
mal complaints, one threat/
harassment complaint and
two home security
checks.

Jackson County
Sheriff's Office
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office and county fire/rescue
reported the following inci-
dents for Aug. 29, the latest
available report: One missing
adult, two abandoned vehicles,


one reckless driver, three.
suspicious vehicles, four
's spicious
g; people,, three
-'-- highway
/ i ME obstructions,
U- three burglar-
ies, two physi-
cal disturbances, two verbal
disturbances, four fire calls
(one with police response),
one complaint related to
burning, two drug offenses,
27 medical calls, three burglar
alarms, two panic alarms, one
fire alarm, 11 traffic stops, one
larceny complaint, one criminal
mischief complaint, two civil
disputes,
four trespass complaints,
three follow-up investigations,
three animal complaints, 38
property checks, two assists of
motorists or pedestrians, four
assists of other agencies, four
transports and one threat/
harassment complaint..


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following people were
booked into the county jail dur-
' ing the latest reporting periods:
)) Amy Sanford, 46, 2031 Finley
Ave., Grand Ridge, violation of
state probation.
)) Ted Brincefield, 29, 1176
Blackmond Rd., Alford, manu-
facture and possession of a
controlled substance (meth-
amphetamine), possession of a
controlled substance (marijua-
na-less than 20 grams), posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
)) Albert Brincefleld, 32, 1176
Blackmond Rd., Alford, manu-
facture and possession of a
controlled substance (meth-
amphetamine), possession of a
controlled substance (marijua-
na-less than 20 grams), posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
)) Paul Collins, 34, 2391 3rd
Ave., Alford, manufacture and


possession of a controlled sub-
stance (methamphetamine),
possession of a controlled
substance (marijuana-less than
20 grams), possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Davida Brannon, 22, 5385
Sonic Dr., Marianna, violation
of parole. .
)) William Brewer, 22, 2500
Railroad St., Cottondale, viola-
tion of conditional release.
)) Juan Cervantes, 41,4247
Woodrest Rd., Alford, posses-
sion of controlled substance
(methamphetamine), posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia,
tampering with evidence.
)) Betty Peacock, 42,2269
Brown St., Graceville, battery.

Jail Population: 205

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Dr. Richard G. Brunner and
Charlotte Brunner of Marian-
na, Florida are proud to an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Lauren Eliza-
beth Brunner, to Edmund Dan-
iel Griffin, son of Edmund and
Susan Griffin of Natick, Mas-
sachusetts. Lauren is the
granddaughter of Diane
Brunner and the late Dr. Wil-.
liam F. Brunner, Sybil
McCartha and the late Hubert
McCartha. Edmund is the
grandson of Dorothea Griffin,
and the late Paul Griffin and
the late Edward and Pauline
Sliney., "
The future bride graduated
from Florida State University
with a Bachelor of Arts degree,
in Fashion Merchandising and


a Master's degree' in Global
Product Development. She is
employed as President of
Sales/Donna, Morgan Brides-
maids with the fashion design.
firm, Donna Morgan in New
York, New York.
The future 'groom received a
Bachelor of Arts degree in Fi-
nance and Insurance, from
Northeastern University in
Boston, Massachusetts. He is
employed as ani Associate in...
Credit Sales with Bank of
America in New York, New
York.
The wedding is planned for
April 12, 2014 in Harwich
Port, Massachusetts on Cape
Cod. The couple currently re-
sides in New York, New York.


Pets on Parade


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Taz is a male four-month-old Pekinese/Terrier mix. If you are
interested in adopting him, the Partners for Pets shelter is at
4011 Maintenance Dr. in Marianna. Its hours are 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
The shelter's phone number is 482-4570; the website is www.
partnersforpets.petfinder.com.


This beautiful and flashy Arabian mare is looking for a home.
She is a green, broken horse that has been started lightly
under saddle and will be a good trail horse for the right person.
She. stands approximately 14.2 hands high, and would be' a
good-sized horse for a woman. If you would like to adopt her,
please call Hidden Springs Horse Rescue at(850) 526-2231 to
schedule a visit. Its website is www.FloridaHorseRescue.com.


Even with our problems, America is blessed


SAW e, the citizens
li of America, are
Among the most
spoiled in our world. The
many discoveries and
inventions, especially in
the field of technology,
have made our lives much
easier.
.When you are consid-
ered by most of the world
as the most powerful.
country in the world, it
can give us Americans
feelings of pride. Our
country is known for be-,'
ing a place where a person
who doesn't have much.
but has ambition and
desire can become suc-
cessful, rich or wealthy.
We have alot to be thank-
ful for, but many of our
People take life in our
country for granted.
Every day, the media


reports wars and devas-
tation in other parts of






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shouldn't 'we look out for
those less fortuate than
we are, beginning within?
Lately, there has been an
uneasiness felt byinany of


our citizens. The economy
is at the forefront of the
problems we are facing,
but it's important that we
acknowledge the fact that
some of our people are
living in conditions that
could rival the sad, un-
pleasant conditions some
of those in other parts of
this world are living in,
when it comes to poverty.
Not everyone living in'
an impoverished situa-
tion is uneducated or lazy.
Tragic situations can
change anyone's life im-
mediately, and a person
could end up in a nega-
tive situationthey never
thought they would be
in. Sometimes a man
or woman can have the
education and intel-
ligence that is needed to
be successful, but need a


helping hand to get back
on the right track. Others
have the desire to move
forward, but don't have-
the boost or the means it
would take to do so.
It this is the greatest
country in the world'
as many perceive us,
shouldn't we be the lead-
ers in showing the rest of
the world how the blessed
citizens of our country
.reach out to help those
in need that are a part of
our system of life in this
country?
It's great to help others
in need across the world,
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Chipola College ranks 14th best in nation

Special to the Floridan t .-


W&shington Monthly re-
cenitly ranked Chipota Col-
lege number 14 among na-'
tional community colleges
in its ninth annual, college
rankings survey. Four oth-
er Florida College System
institutions made the list:
North' Florida Commu-
nity College, Miami Dade
College, Valeincia College
and South Florida State
College.
"On behalf of the faculty
and staff of Chipola Col-
lege, we are pleased to be
recognized for offering
quality instruction," said
ChipolaPresident Dr. Gene
Prough. "I am yery proud
of our faculty and support
personnel who. provide a
quality learning environ-
ment for our students."
"This honor recognizes
the Florida College Sys-
tem's commitment to both
access and high-qual-
ity education," said FCS
Chancellor Randy Hanna.
"I commend our colleges
for, their ongoing efforts
to serve the needs of our
state." ,
Using, data from the
Community College Sur-
vey 'of Student Engage-
ment and U.S. Department
of Education, Washington
Monthly rates community
colleges in a number of
areas, including collab-'
orative learning, student
effort, academic rigor, stu-
dent-faculty interaction
and support for learning.
Retentipri, graduation and
completion rates are also
, factored into the rankings.
Chipbloa.ad a first-year
retention'ratp0f,65.9 which
was fifth among the top
50 colleges. Chipola was
eleventh in the Three-year


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graduation/transfer rate at Hanna.
57.9 percent. This number' proud ol
indicates the percentage of for helpi
students who graduate or ians for
transfer to another college
within three years of first
enrolling.
Chipola offers the Bach- .I
elor of Science Degree, the Mon
Associate in Arts. Degree, Mon
the Associate in Science Tue
Degree and Workfoice De- Tue
development programs. Wed'
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designed the Washington Thur
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to embody the American Fo.
higher education compact Fri
at the institutional level. Sat '
Instead of lauding colleges Sat
for closing their doors to Sun.
all but an elite few, we give Sun'.
high marks to institutions
that enroll low-income stu-
dents, help them ,graduate
and don't charge them an:
arm and a leg to attend." Saturday
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ng prepare Florid-
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Births
Amber Lynn Sanders _
was borri at 8:37 a.m. on '
Aug. 23,2013, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
She weighed 6 pounds,
9 ounces and was 192
inches long at birth. Her
parents are Jessica Cook
and Shawn Sanders.
Grandparents are Gary.
Sanders and Rebecca
Sanders of Sunny Hills.



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Emma Claire Kelley
was born at 9:52 p.m..on "
Aug. 25,2013, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.e:,
She weighed 6 pounds, -
13 ounces and was 21 '
inches long at birth. -
Her parents are Morgan
Fowler and Christopher
Kelley. Grandparents
are Chanse Johnson and -'
Shyron Johnson of Chi-.t
pley, and Ken-andTerri ':-.,,. ,
Athey of Compass Lake. ..', ,
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Phillip Andrew Patter- j
son Jr.,was born at, 5:01
p.m. on Aug. 26,2013,
at Jackson Hospital in
Marianna. He weighed
8 pounds, 3 ounces and
was 201 inches long at
birth. His parents-are
Britney Turner and Phil-
lip Patterson Sr. Grand-
parents are Cherryl and
Dean Turner of Foun-
tain, Kim Patterson of
Chipley, and Rex and BJ.,

Patterson of Chipley.
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Aug. 27, 2013, at Jackson A "'' l
Hospital in Marianna.
She weighed 7 pounds,
15.1 ounces andwas
20/ inches long at birth..
Her parents are Cyn-
thia and James Brown.
Grandparents are Jimmy
and Ann Kirkland from
Cottonwood, Ala., and
LeRoy and Gwen Phillips
ofVirginia Beach, Va.
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pn Aug. 27, 2013, ati
Jackson Hospital in
Marianna. She weighed.
7 pounds, 5 ounces and
was 193/4 inches long at
birth. Her parents are.
Breanna Bundy and
Chris Cook. Grandpar-
ents are Sherry Brady
and Bradly Jones of
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Food for thought
ne hundred and 30 years ago, Americans en-
joyed the first Labor Day observance, a "work-
ingman's holiday" created by the labor.industry
to celebrate the worker.
Today, it's a holiday for most everyone, although some
hold jobs that require their presence on a national
holiday.
SStill, it's important to consider what this bookend
holiday of summfier was meant to mark, and take time
between the hot dog grilling and late summer swims to
consider our nation's worth ethic and the advances it
has made.
In a broader sense, the issue of jobs remains a con-
cern. Last week marked the 50th anniversary of the Rev.
Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech from the
Lincoln Memorial on the national mall in Washington,
D.C. Jobs were a cornerstone to Dr. King's platform,
more specifically, equal pay and other components of
economic equality.
And then there's the state of jobs today. Jackson
County's outlook is relatively bright; at 6.1 percent, our
unemployment rate is significantly lower than Florida's
7.4 percent. Nationally, unemployment is dropping,
registering 7.4 percent at the end of July.
We anticipate ,continued improvement, not just
for Jackson County but for the entire region. Here in
Marianna, officials work diligently to court industry and
tourism opportunities. And in November, Dothan will
be the site of an international U.S.-China manufactur-
ing symposium, with more than 400 Chinese industrial-
ists attending to discover how the labor force climate of
our regipn'suits their needs.
Such efforts arexvital to continued growth in this
Global economy.
1: As we consider these aspects of labor this holiday,
remember those for whom it's an ordinary workday
- law enforcement and emergency.workers in Jackson
County, nurses, physicianris, technicians and staff at
Jackson Hospital, corrections workers and others whose
services is vital at all times.
Have a safe and happy Labor Day."

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State Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 5
District Office:
Administration Building, Room 186
Chipola College
3094 Indian Circle
Marianna, FL 32446-1701
850-718-0047
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.., State Sen. Don Gaetz, R-District 1
I- District Office:
,.-4300 Legendary Drive"
SSuite 230
Destin, FL 32541
'850-897-5747
.. 866-450-4366 (toll free)
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.... ,U.S. Rep. Steve Southerland II, R-2
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H ,Washington, DC 20515
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Water issue cannot wait 20 years


BY JON STEVERSON

I was proud to be stand-
ing with Gov. Rick
Scott when he recently
announced that Florida
would take historic
legal action to protect the
environment, economy
and people of Apalachic-
ola Bay and Northwest
Florida.
This effort to ensurethal
Florida is treated fairly
as demands continue to
increase upstream is not
the slightest bit "frivo-
lous." It exemplifies Gov.
Scott's commitment to
fighting for the future of
Florida families that de-'
pend on fresh water from
the Apalachicola River
to not only put food on
their tables, but also the
tables of people across the
nation who desire seafood
from Apalachicola Bay.
For 20 years, Florida has
attempted to relieve the
economic and environ-,
mental harm caused by
reduced water flows and
increased consumption
by Georgia in the Apala-
chicola-Chattahoochee-
Flint (ACF) River Basins,


both through legal chal-
lenges to the Army Corps
of Engineers' water man-
agement practices and,
through negotiations with
Georgia and Alabama. : '
In that time, Georgia's
demands on the ACF
system have continued
to grow so much so, that
Georgia now uses more
than 90 percent of the
t water withdrawn from
the system. Florida uses a
mere 2.5 percent.
The metro Atlanta area
alone withdraws 360 mil-
lion gallons per day from
the Chattahoochee River
three times the amount
of water for public sup-
ply than all 16 counties
and municipalities of
the Florida Panhandle
combined. This' use is
Expected to nearly double
to 705 million gallons per
day by 2035 if it continues
to grow unchecked;
However, it's not just
Atlanta. We see this domi-
natinguse even when -
comparing agricultural
Withdrawals among the
states. In 2005, Georgia
had nearly 7,200 center
pivot irrigation systems in


Back to school


I t's back-to-school time, so natu-
Srally that means food fights.
The school cafeteria has been
an unlikely political battleground
since the Reagan administration *-
tried to classify ketchup and pickle-
relish as vegetables more than
three decades ago. The ridiculous.
proposal was withdrawn but not
forgotten. ,
SToday, the federal government..
is pushing for healthier lunches'in
the fight against childhood obe--
sity. Congress passed the Healthy,
Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, .
championed by First Lady Michelle
Obama. Congress aind Obama
deserve praise for standing up for,
kids'health.
Starting last fall, the nation's
,lunch trays have been filled'With
leaner, less salty fare, but, as nutri-
, tionists say, 'It's not nutrition:until
it'seaten.'" "
SSome students have given the
new and improved lunches an E
They're tossing veggies into the
trash, choWing down for lunch at
nearby fast food restaurants and
Sbrown-b'agging. As a result, some
schools are dropping out of the
National School Lunch Program
altogether.
"So many students turned up
their noses at meals packed with
whole grains, fruits and vegetables
that the cafeterias were losing
money," the Associated Press
reported. ,
Well, not "so many" The federal
government says the number of
students eating cafeteria lunches
nationwide dropped nearly 3
percent in 2012-13 from the year
before.The decline is mostly
among kids who can afford to buy
their own lunch. Most can't; about
71 percent of students received free
or reduced-price lunches ,last May.
Complaints about cafeteria
"mystery meat" are as old as steam


the ACF basin, pumping
hundreds of millions of' .
gallons per day. -The num-
berof center pivots in
Southwest Georgia has in-
creased dramatically to an
estimated 9,200 today-38
times the number of such
systems in the Florida
portion of the basin.
We can talk about
conservation, but you
can't ignore sheer massive
consumption.
Apalachicola River flows
have been lower and low
flows have occurred more
frequently and for longer
durations than any other.
time in recorded history.
Some people like to point
at drought. 2012 set a re-
Scord for the least amount
of water delivered to the
bay since record-keeping
began in 1923. How- ,
ever, this was not the year
withthe least amount of
rainfall.
Georgia's demands
on the ACF system has
placed this extraordinarily
productive estuarine sys-
tem, which has sustained
oyster harvesting, shrimp-
ing, crabbing and fishing
for generations, in peril.


One economy should
not deprive another of the
very lifeblood needed to
ensure .survival. -",
; This historically vibrant
and economically impor-
tant ecosystem cannot
be replaced. Negotiations'
have been unproductive.
Customary litigation has
been fruitless. Florida has
nochoice but to address
the problem by filing an
"original action" with the
U.S. Supreme Court. ThiS
suit differs greatly from-
previous legal actions :"
inthatitis an equitable.
proceeding reserved for
disputes-beiween states:
and should supply us with
an answer sooner rather
thanlater.
Gov. Scott knows the..
Ajalachicola Bay and its ,
people can't wait another
'.20years :
Jon Steverson is the Executive
Director of the Northwest Florida
Water Management District, one
of five water management districts
in Florida. The Northwest District
is responsible for managingand
protectiQg groundwater and si-face
water resources for both the citi-
zens and natural resources of this
region including the Apalachicola
River and Bay


S:and food .fi ts


MarshaMercer

tables, so it's hardly a surprise that
whole wheat might not win fans
after one year. Several news stories
picked up a quote by a school ,
board member in Harlan, Ky.You
might not want to read what she
had to say if you're having your'
corn flakes. Fair warning. "-,
"They say it tastes like vomit,"
said Myra Mosley.
The Daily Caller suggested that
the quote was a condemnation
of the first lady's efforts to make
school lunches healthier. The Call-
er's headline read, "Kentucky stu-
dents to first lady Michelle Obamna:
Your food'tastes like vomit"'
But the students did not say
that. The Harlan Daily Enterprise
reported that Mosley twice said,
the kids were complaining about
the 1 percent fat milk they now are
served. A school official explained.
they're using the same brand of
milk, but the kids are used to the
taste of 2 percent and whole milk.
The Department of Agriculture
has a sensible, new "Offer versus
Serve" policy. At lunch, instead of
serving everybody the same five
required foods meat or meat
alternative, grains, fruit, vegetable
andmilk schools offer the five
and allow each student to choose
three and decline two. It's hoped
that will reduce waste, bring kids
back to the lunch line and stop
school districts from heading for
the exits of the lunch program.
A School Nutrition Association
survey this summer found 1 per-


cent of school officials planned for
at least one of their schools to drop
out of the national lunch program
S:in 2013-14. About 3 percent are
,considering removing a school, .
said the association, which con-
cluded, "there is no national trend"
of schools abandoning the national
lunch program .
You might think the problem.,
with school lunches is too much
ofa good, or healthy, thing. Not
so, say Republican Reps. Steve
King of Iowa and Tim Huelskamp
of Kansas. They:say the "nutrition
nannies" have unfairly put the all
nation's students on a diet.
Elementary pupils' lunches now
may contain 650 calories, middle,
school 700 calories'and high school
850 calories. Some high school
football players complain their
lunches weren't filling enough to
keep hunger pangs at bay during
hours of after-school practice.
King and Huelskamp's'"No
Hungry Kids Act" would roll back
the new rules and prohibit calorie
caps.
Instead of giving up on the new
lunch guidelines, smart schools
are experimenting with salad bars
and attractive fruit baskets. School
lunches in Madison, Ala., now
include roasted Alabama sweet
potato wedges and locally grown
cherrytomatoes and watermelon.
More nutrition battles surely lie
ahead, though. In 2014, the federal
government will require schools
to stock healthy foods in school
vending machines, snack bars and
stores.
I can't wait to see where the.
politicians line up in the face-off
between gummy bears and granola
bars. .'

Marsha Mercer writes from Washington. You
may contact her at marsha.mercer@yahoo.
com. 2013 Marsha Mercer. All rights reserved.


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Were living longer, sicker and poorer in the U.S.


"Somebody get me a
chieeseburger!"
"Livin' in the U.S.A." by The Steve Miller Band
A ith healthcare premi-
ums skyrocketing, the
Health of Americans is
a vital economic issue. "Disease
and Death in America: A Poor
Bill of Health", a July article in
T'rhe Economist, states that our
national health habits and our
costly health care system are
interrelated. Apparently, we still
eat too many burgers and not
enough plant-based foods like
vegetables, grains, fruits and
nuts. We sit too much and exer-
cise too little.
The news is not all bad. Mexico
has overtaken the U.S. as the
most obese country in the world.


And a significant drop in child-
hood obesity occurred recently
H for the first time
in majiy years.
Floridians are
comparatively.
healthy. The 2012.
Center for Dis-
Margaret ease Controlre-
McDoweUll port ranks Florida
___ as only the 10th'
most obese state:
in the U.S., with 25.2 percent
obese residents. Coloradans are
the most fit, with just over 1 in 5
obese residents. And Louisiana,
with a 34.7. percent obesity rate,
supplanted Mississippi for the:
first time in eight years as the .
most obese state in the U.S.
Some regions of the U.S. are
negatively influencing our over-


all national health care statistics
, and simultaneously driving up
health care costs. "Parts ofWest
Virginia and Mississippi fare
worse than Bangladesh and Al-
geria (in life expectancy rates),"
says The Economist. Meanwhile,
women in Marin Count, Calif.,
and men in Fairfax County, Va.,
have life expectancies that "rival
those of Switzerland and lapan."
A University' of Washington
study notes that heart and
pulmonary disease are the fast-
est growing illnesses in the U.S.
The top driver of.disease is a
"bad diet." says The EconomisL :
"Americans (gobble) sodium,
processed meats, trans fats and
sweet drinks.' ..
The Washington study reveals
that life expectancies in the


U.S. have increased from 75.2.
years in 1990 to 78.2 years in
2010, which doesn't sound that
impressive. But add 3 years of
longevity to our collective popu-
lation every 20 years, and by,
2100 our average life expectancy
will be over 90. The downside is
that we're growing sicker in old
age, and this is .straining Medi-
care and health care costs.
investors with a respectable
retirement nest egg are worried
about the escalating premiums
of a long term care policy and
'the possibility that a serious
illness in the retirementyears'
'could increase the odds of out-
living one's portfolio. ,
Investing in select dividend
payers can sometimes offset
these increasing health care


costs. Companies who have
consistently increased their
dividend payout to sharehold-
ers, and who actively seek global
market opportunities, are often-
times valid investment choices
that enable investors to fight
inflation. As dividend paying
companies slowvly increase their
payouts, these increases serve
as the investor's personal cost of
living adjustment. -

Margaret R. McDowell, ChFC, AIFl a syndi-
cated economic columnist, Chartered Finan-
cial Consultantand Accredited Investment '
Fiduciary, is the founder of Arbor Wealth .
Management, LLC, (850-608-6121-www.'
'-arborwealth.net), a"Fee-Only"Registered
" InvestmentAdvisory Fir lp6ated near
Destin. Arbor Wealth specializes in portfolio
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-Owens completes
basic training
Ary Pvti. Kenneth
L. Owens has, gradu-
Sated from basic combat
training at FortJackson,i
SCdlumbia,.S.C. C
During the nine weeks
of training, the soldier
, studied the Army mission,
history, tradition, and core
values, physical fitness,
and received instruction
and practice in basic com-
bat skills, military weap-
ons, chemical warfare anc
'bayonet trailing, drill
and ceremony, march- :
ing, rifle marksmanship,
armed and unarmed
combat, map reading,
field tactics, military
courtesy, military justice
system, basic first aid; foo
marches, and field train-
ing exercises.
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Belinda Smith of Silvia at that facility.
Drive, Marianna. Corpsman Biggs gradu- ,
Heis a 2012 graduateof ated with high honors,
Marianna High School. became the leader of
his unit, Division 157,
.: o .s and received the Sharp-
Biggs Completes shooter pin as part of his
basic training achievements., *
c :,- "".* His parents are the'Rev.
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Gov. Scott hits Crist,


The Associated Press

TALLAHASSEE Flori-
da Gov. Rick Scott, heading
into what could be a tough
re-election fight, is using
his appearance before a
conservative group to bash
a potential rival while also
calling for large tax cuts in
the coming year.
Scott is speaking Friday
to Americans for Prosper-
ity in Orlando. A transcript
of his prepared remarks
given to The Associated
Press before his speech
shows that he will advo-
cate cutting $500 million
in taxes and fees next year.
The' Republican gover-
nor will maintain that if
Florida has a budget sur-
plus in 2014,' it should use
some of the extra revenue
to cut taxes.
"It's your money, not
the government's," Scott's
transcript says. "Working
with the' Florida Legisla-
ture, we have cut taxes
year after year, even while
forcing government to live
within its means. Thisyear,
we are committed to re-
turning even more money
to the hard-working Flori-
da families who earn it."
Scott will also use the
speech to directly criticize
former Gov. Charlie Grist.
Crist, who became a Dem-
ocrat last year, is expected
to challenge Scott in the
governor's race.


Gov. Rick Scott talks with a group of teachers at a school
re-election, Scott Is promising large tax cuts for 2014.


The governor, echoing
the same type of criticism
leveled at Grist by U.S. Sen.
Marco Rubio, will lash into
Crist for backing the fed-
eral stimulus signed into
law by President Barack
Obama. Scott even plans to'
invoke the now-infamous
hug that Grist gave Obama
during a Florida stop to
promote the stimulus.
"My predecessor had
made a name for him-
self by hugging president
Obama's non-stop spend-
ing and even hugging
the President," Scott's


transcript says. "W
asked about taking
the stimulus, he said
needed the money. A
result, spending and
increased at an alarm
rate. ... Florida was i
hole and for about
years the state just k
digging."
Scott, during his
marks, does not note
he signed into law b
gets that also relied
money tied to the fed
stimulus.
Grist, in an emailed
sponse, continuedto st


promises large tax culI
lature. Shortly after he was sion to endorse expanding
inaugurated in 2011, Scott Medicaid, a key part of
sought tax and fee cuts of President Barack Obama's
$4 billion over a two-year health care overhaul.
period. But those deep tax Scott will argue that his
cuts were rejected by state "conservative, pro-growth
legislators struggling with policies" e -- which include
a budget deficit. modest tax cuts and cuts
Now Florida is expected in state spending during
to have as much as $2 bil- his first two years have
lionextraonhandnextyear contributed to. a drop in
if the economy continues the unemployment rate
to recover as projected. and helped boost the eco-
Rep. Seth McKeel, ,R- nomic recovery.
Lakeland and the House But Scott's "proposal
budget chief, has already could also help in a poten-
publicly said he wants to tial Crist matchUp. Crist
use part ofany surplus for was a Republican in 2009









m Sot assogt axc tas cunet t h oiss. eisauedtemnsi
o tax cuts.a bord when he signed into law
"I'm totally on board, a package of tax rand fle
and I'm on the team with hikes that the Legislature
the tax cuts," McKeel said passed in order to balance
Friday. the budget.
Sen. Joe Negron, R-Stu- Scott does not plan in his
ASS6CIATEDPRESS'FILE'PHOTO art and tle Senate budget speech to specify which
In Fort Walton Beach In 2012. Facing chairman, took a more taxes and fees he wants to
cautious approach. Ne- cut.
1hen by his decision to support gron said the Legislature But one possible target
all the stimulus, saying it was would give Scott's propos- is to roll back automobile
he money that was used to al "careful consideration,"' fees that were part of that
Ns a help teachers, firefighters but he stressed he wants $2.2 billion package. Ne-
debt and police officers. to keep the state's budget gronandtheFloridaSenate
ning "I thought it was right reserves flush in case the unsuccessfully pushed to
in a and smart to invest in our recovery falters. cut the fees this past year,
four fellow Floridians," Grist "We. don't know how the but the House scuttled the
kept stated. "...It just made economy is going to per- move because it relied on
sense to want to help us form," Negron said. ending existing tax breaks
re- get through the very tough Scott's speech can be to cover the costs.
that economy." seen as an attempt to re- Negron said that if the
Jud- Scott has sought tax cuts connect to the coftserva- Legislature determines it
on every year he has been in tive base that helped pro- has enough money to cut
leral office, but his initial ef- pel him to victory three taxes and fees, then rolling
forts encountered stiff -years ago..Scott angered back automobile registra-
re- resistance from his fellow some conservatives ear- tion fees would "be at the
tand Republicans in the Legis- lier this year with his deci- top of my list."


Sarota band uses in ,...strunie.. .,ts made from refuse
Sarasota band uses instruents made fromrefilse


BY MARTYCLEAR
Bradenton Herald

SARASOTA From the
beginning, Jack Berry said,
the criterion for joining his
band has been simple.
"You didn't have to be
able to play an instrument
toQ:be in my band," Berry
s "You just had to build

That was four years ago,
when Berry was 13. He
had just built a one-string
electric guitar out of a ce-
real box, a yardstick and
electronics that he sal-
vaged from a guitar that
had melted in a fire.
Before'long he had four
friends who had made in-
struments. There was Evan
Tucker's one-string bass,
Similar, to Berry's guitar.
Ollie Gray played a drum
kit made from plastic tubs
and garbage can lids. Aus-
tin Siegel played a marim-
ba of glass bottles filled
with water to make differ-
ent pitches. Harrison Pa-
paratto made a saxophone
out of PVC pipe and one of
those pull-toys that makes
balls pop and bounce in-
side a dome.
Together, the five of them
formed a band called the
Garbage-Men.
They're still together,
all now 17 years old, and
all still living in the Sara-
sota area. The band with
instruments made out of
stuff they pulled out of
trash bins has become one
of the most popular acts in
west central Florida.-,
"We played at Tropical
Heatwave," said Berry,
referring to the massive
two-day music festival in
Tampa. "We just -played
at the State Theatre in St.
Petersburg ip a 'Rolling
Stones tribute concert."
-The gig they most look
forward to every year,
though, is Snooty's birth-
day party at the South
Florida Museum.
"Snooty's. birthday is
our favorite," Berry said,
"We've been doing that ev-
ery year since we started."
The Garbage-Men are
strictly instrumental, he
said, but there's a message
to their music.
"We want to show peo-
ple that there's more to
recycling than just throw-
ing stuff in a bin," Berry
said. "You can be creative
and find new ways to use
things."
The band's environmen-
tal message is what first
brought the Garbage-Men
to the attention of the
South Florida Museum,
which likes to promote
Environmental awareness


during Snooty's birthday
celebrations.
"Weloveworkingwiththe
Garbage-Men every year,"
said Jessica Schubick, the
communications managers
for the museum. ",They're
great examples for the
young people, as far as
raising awareness of recy-
cling and reusing. They've
always been a lot of fun,'
and I, think they've devel-
oped into really incredible
musicians."
Berry also plays bass in
a band called The Tracks
that plays regularly around
town, but most of the other
Garbage-Men were musi-
cal novices when the band
started.
"We've gotten a lot bet-
ter," Berry said. "I think's
it's not so much that we've
improved individually, but
we play better together
and our instruments have
gotten better."
The music and the envi-
ronmental message work
together, he said. Some-
times the band is asked to
play at schools and muse-
urns whefe the whole point
is to talk about recycling
and sustainability. Other
times they're hired to play
music, and when people
come up and ask about
those weird instruments,
the boys in the band get to
talk about the importance
of recycling.,
When he talks about the
band's music, Berry cites a
lot of influences from the
'60s and '70s: Zoot.Horn
Rollo, the guitarist from
Captain Beefheart and His
Magic Band; The Shaggs;
Portsmouth Sinfonia.
He discovers the bands
by buying inexpensive
old albums from garage
sales, which also feeds his
passion for reusing, and
recycling,
When they first started
out, he said, they played
songs like the Rolling
Stones' "Satisfaction" that

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people could recognize
from the rhythms, even if
the notes weren't exactly
on target.
"Lately, we've been do-
ing more original, jam
songs," he said. "Like Neil
Young and Crazy Horse
kind stuff."
The Garbage-Men have
two albums, one from
their very early days that's,
no longer available.
The newer one, simply
titled "The Garbage-Men,"
is still for sale at the band's
shows. It was mostly re-
corded in Berry's bedroom.


He's continuously burning
more copies, replacing old
songs with new ones.
The band sells the CDs
at shows, and 100 per-
cent of the profits go to a
non-profit called Heifer
International.
That organization- do-
nates farm animals -
goats, sheep chickens and
the like to poor people
in underdeveloped coun-:
tries. The recipients get
to the benefit of the milk
and eggs the animals pro-
duce. for themselves, and
then they have a source


of income, and can help 500 copies of the CD," Ber-
feed other people in their ry said. "So far we've given
communities. Heifer International about
"We've sold more than $5,000."


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oncology treatment facility at the Small Animal Hospital at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Fla.


Dog blood donors happy to help


KRISTINE CRANE
The Gainesville Sun


GAINESVILLE MostP "
dogs probably don't like go-
ing to the doctor any more
than most people do.
But Louie Clark, a 6-
year-old mixed breed, was ,
lapping it up recently at ,.- '" '
the University of Florida's '
small animal hospital. He
got belly rubs, treats and
playtime like he was at the 7BS'.1..
, dog, park instead of the .-1'
hospital. '
In exchange, all Louie had
to do was sit patiently for .t ',: ,
about five minutes while -'i
tedinician ..Kim Koelbel B .,.' .
drew blood from the jugu-, e
Jar vein in his-neck,'.ather-Veterinarian care manager gim I
;.S.g'S.t mrdogLouieregular donor.
ing nearly a, pint of.bloo. d o, a rgl donor.
which is what a person her hand she pricked
typically donates. his paw 'to take his PCV,
Louie's' donation could or packed cell volume, to
be used in a. transfusion make sure his, red ..blood
say for a dog hit by a car 'cell count was adequate to
-or one who had under- donate. wa a a
gone surgery or developed- Louie didn't fidget then,
a condition leading to ane- :.,nor did he: fidget when
mia, explained Dr. Kirsten she Jlaid him on his side,
Cooke, a clinical assistant shaved and cleaned his
Professor of small animal neck and stuck the needle
medicine at UF and direc- in to extract his. blood.
tor of the school's blood Louie has been donating
bank. The program also for four years, so'he's used
includes an in-house cat to theroutine.
blood donation program Not all dogs are fit to do-
that has-10 cats, although nate blood, ahdthey must'
catblood .is less in demand undergo rigorous screen-
than dogs', Cooke said. ing process to determine if.
Currently, 58 dogs donate 'they are. The. first criterion
to the blood.bank six times is temperament. '
ayear,---most of them they "Ninety-five percent are
dogs of- -faCculty, staff and just like this," Koelbel said,
students. A few dogs, such, looking at Louie, delight-
as Louie, come from other' ing in the can of wet dog
owners. food he devoured' after
After the blood is drawn, donating. -.
Ait's separated into packed "Everything is supposed
red blood cells and plasma, to make him super excited
which .is frozen. The shelf- to be here," Cooke added.
life of the red blood cells is Since the hospital won't
two months and about one sedate the dogs, the dogs
year for the plasma,. Cooke have. to come in relatively
said. relaxed, so plenty of dogs
The. hospital performs have come in who didn't
about 15 transfusions per pass the test, Cooke said.
month, and it rarely runs Dogs have to be at least a
out of blood, she added.,, year old, and they can't do-
When Louie stuck .his nate past age 8 or 9.. They
paw.out to Koelbel like also have to weigh at least
he was going, to shake 50 pounds, she added.


Koelbel and blood bank assistant Tina Estes draw blood from a


Before the blood bank ex-,.
isted, UF adopted grey-
hounds from the racetrack
and kept them as in-house
donors for a few years be-
fore adopting them -but
again. .
Greyhounds have. the
Type A-negative blood
type, which is the univer-
sal blood type all dogs can
receive, Cooke explained.
However, "If .we know
that a 'dog is A-positive,
then we try to give them
that," Cooke said, add-
ing that about 50 percent
of mixed breeds are also
A-negative.
In exchange for their do-
nation, the dogs receive,
a year's supply of heart-
worm and flea prevention
and food tailored to their
needs.
SFor Ruby, a 4-year-old
chocolate lab who has
been donating for three
years,' that means joint
management dog food.
Ruby started donating
after her trainer recom-
mended her because of
her good personality, ex-
plained Ruby's owner,
Cheryl .Niedermaier, of
Melrose.
S"She absolutely loves it.
I would never think that a
dog would be so happy to
get poked,. prodded and


stabbed with a needle,".
Niedermaier said.
"When she sees Kim
come out of those double
doors, she is the happiest
dog on earth.
"I think Ruby sees it as
a job, and she enjoys'her
job."
Niedermaier added that
she likes knowing Ruby
is helping other animals.
Niedermaier has two other
dogs an Italian grey-
hound named Polo and a
Rhodesian ridgeback mix
named Ginger.
SPolo is too skinny-to do-
nate, and Ginger is brand
new to the household,. so
neither can donate their
blood.
"Ruby is the only dog in
our house that pulls her
own weight," Niedermaier
said:.
Cooke and her team ad-
vise that 'dogs not do 'any.
strenuous activity for 24-
48 hours after donating.
Only on rare occasion has
a dog .needed fluids after
donating. "
"We usually relax for the
test of the day," Niederma-
ier said.
"We stop for a burger on
the way home. Her prefer-
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Coast Guard urges


safety during long

Labor Day weekend


The Associated Press

MIAMI The U.S.
Coast Guard is urging
boaters across the state to
use caution as they enjoy
Labor Day weekend.
Coast Guard law en-
forcement crews will pa-
trol the waterways over
the long holiday weekend,
conducting safety checks
and watching for boaters
who are intoxicated...
Officials also warn boat-
ers: to monitor weather
broadcasts. The National
Weather Service broad-
casts marine weather
forecasts regularly. The
forecasts can be heard on
Channels 1 through 5 on
a VHF marine radio, or
by. checking the weather
service's website athttp://
www.nws.noaa.gov..
The Coast. Guard of-
fers safety tips for any-
one spending time on the
Water.
*Boaters should always
wear a life jacket, in 2012,
71 percent of all fatal
.boating ,accident victims
drowned. Of those, the
Coast Guard says almost
85 percent were report-
ed as 'not wearing a life
jacket:! ." .
Officials also' advise
boaters. to have aVHF-FM
marine radio on board
because cell phones often
lose signal and their bat-
teries run out.


: .. State
Panther, capybara
die at Zoo
WEST.PALM BEACH
-Staff members at a'
South Florida zoo were
saddened when two of
their animals died just .
hours apart ,
Palm Beach Zoo of-
ficials said Missy,, an 11-
year-old capybara, and,
Osceola, a nearly-2-year-
old Florida panther, died '
Thursday in unrelated
incidents.
The Palm Beach Post,
reports that Missy was'"a
crowd favorite since ar-
riving at the zoo in 2003.


Before leaving the dock,
boaters should also do
several things:
:File a. float plan. When
an emergency happens,
there are so many things
to remember. And with-
out a float plan, boaters
are counting on someone
else a friend, spouse,
neighbor or friend -- to.
remember the detailed '
information that .rescue
crews will need to find the"
boat:."
And have"a safety.in-
spection done on the ves-
sel to learn about p6ssibfb
-violations of state or fed-
eral laws. ,
Officials say it's a good
'idea to take a boating
safety course to learn the
basics of the vessel and
the "rules of the. road".,
in the American's Boat-
ing Course. That's a new
electronic boating course
produced through a part-
nership between the U.S.
Coast Guard Auxiliary and
the United States. Power
: Squadrons. ,Information
can be found at. www.
americasboatingcourse. ,
com.
Coast Guaid officials
say it's never wise to op-
erate a boat while under .
the influence. Intoxicated
boaters .:.can face both
state and federal charges
with penalties of up to
one year in prison and up
to $100,000 in fines. .


Brief : -
The large South Ameri-
can rodent had gone
nearly blind from cata-
racts in recent years, but
her latest medical exams
showed she wasghealthy.
. She was found deadby
keepers Thursday,.
More of a surprisewas
Osceola's death. The
young cat had undergone
,a surgery.on a lump and
was recovering when
he'suddenly stopped
breathing. Veterinarians
were unable to revive
himn. Keepers are gix'ing
Osceola's brother, Nlicco,
extra attentionon. .
S Frrrn wvirE, reports '.


Sheriff defends spying on minorities


The Associated Press


LAKELAND The Po]
'County Sheriff's Office sai
it sent undercover depth
ties.: to a minority right
group's meeting because
had received information
that the group 'was plan
ning unlawful activities
a rally outside of a local
jail.
Sheriffs spokesman
Scott Wilder said Frida
that deputies also ha
heard that hundreds(
people were planning
to attend the' 2012 ja
demonstration.,
"It would have been i
responsible for us not t
have attended, a public
meeting where the plar
ning was going'to be oc
curingg" Wilder said. "As
Sturtis out, it was perfect]
benign."
Polk County Sheri
Grady Judd sent the depth
ties to a July 2012 meeting
of the Poor and Minoril
Justice Association, which
was held at a local church
and open to the public
News of the spying was re
vealed this week when th
group's leader gave an ur


dercover deputy's email to
the news media.
lk Members of the group
.d say they weren't .plan-
a- ning any illegal activities
ts or violence. Pastor Clay-
it ton Cowart, who heads
n the justice group and the
a- church where the- meet-
it ing Was held, said he feels
al his group's "constitutional
rights were violated. He's
n met with lawyers and is
qy considering taking legal
d action.
of. Wilder said that under-
ig cover deputies had not at-
il tended any of the group's
meetings before July 2012
r- and haven't attended any
to since.
ic "They have a perfect
i- right to peacefully meet,"
C- he said, adding that on
it the day of the uneventful
ly rally at the jail, sheriff's of-
ficials invited some of the
ff group in to tour part of the
A- facility.
ig The incident involving
ty the Poor and Minority Jus-
h tice Association is one of a
h string of events that Polk
c. County civil rights leaders
e- say is troubling to mem-
ie bers of the community.
i- "We just had the March


on Washington and we're
dealing with some of the
same issues that we were
50 years ago," said Faye
Bellamy, a member of the
NAACP and local con-
cerned citizens groups. "I
am concerned about black
kids and black adults be-
ing treated fairly by law
enforcement."
In May 2012, the South-
ern Poverty Law Center
sued Judd's agency on
behalf .of the parents of
seven teens who claimed
they suffered as a result of
being subject to an "adult
correctional model" in the
Polk County Jail. The teens
were housed in the same
building as the adult jail
rather than being housed
in a separate juvenile facil-
ity staffed by professionals
.who are experts in work-
ing with troubled children,
the law center said in court
filings..
Judd has defended his
treatment of juveniles in
court records. The lawsuit
is still pending in federal
court.
It was that lawsuit, and
teens' conditions at the
jail, that sparked the Poor


and Minority Justice Asso-
ciation to hold a meeting
on July 27, 2012, at Cow-
art's church.'


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Nearly 400,000 policyholders might move from insurer


The Associated Press
TALLAHASSEE Hun-
dreds of thousands of Flo-
ridians who rely on Citizens
Property Insurance could
soon find themselves with
a new insurance company.
.State regulators last week
quietly signed off on a plan
to let 10 different insurance
companies absorb nearly
400,000 Citizens policy-


holders this November.
If the shift goes through
as planned, it will be a dra-
matic downsizing of the
company nearly a third
of all existing Citizens cus-
tomers. The state-created
Citizens is the largest resi-
dential property insurer in
the' state with 1.2 million
policyholders.
Customers are automati-
cally shifted to a new insur-


er unless they object.
As many as a third of
Citizens customers tradi-
tionally balk at moving,
especially since some of
the companies that have
absorbed Citizens poli-
cies are smaller, Several
companies that previously
absorbed Citizens policies
went insolvent, although
Citizens officials point out
that hasn't happened in


the past three years.
Richarl Koon, deputy
insurance commissioner,
said the decision by the
10 companies to pursue
Citizens customers is "in-
dicative of a stronger ho-
meowner's insurance mar-
ketplace in our state."
Gov. Scott and other poli-
ticians have been pressur-
ing Citizens to scale back
its size due to fears a ma-


jor storm could wipe out
its reserves. Citizens has
the ability to place a sur-
charge, or what some call
a "hurricane tax," on most
insurance bills, including
auto insurance policies,, if
it can't cover its claims., But
Citizens has been able to
build a sizable surplus in
the past few years due to
an absence of hurricanes.
Citizens did not have a


geographic breakout of the
policyholders who have
been chosen by the' 10
companies although some
of the customers chosen
live close to the coast.
The nearly 400,000 poli-
cyholders that have been
selected will receive no-
tices at least 30 days in ad-
vance that provide instruc-
tionfs on how they can elect
to remain with Citizens.


Teen guilty of murdering Georgia baby inM stroller
The Associated Prdss hiS client and that' they would Elkins' .sister also was charged

likely appeal. '"'' withevidence tampering.
MARIETTA An 18-year-old Sherry West testified that she Lang,- who was a key prosecu-
man was convicted of murder in was walking home from the post tion witness in Elkins',trial, is set
the shooting of a baby who Was office with her son the morn- to0go6to trial at a later date.
riding in a stroller alongside. his ing.of the killing. Agunrtiande- "' West told The Associated Press
mom in a town in coastal Geor- manding her purse, shot her. in thar she didn't want to say too
gia despite the defense's attempt' the leg and shot her baby in the inuch following the verdict be-
.-'to cast guilt upon several others, ''' face after she told him she had' cause there; are still other trials
including the child's parentss' no money, she said. pending in the case and she will
Jurors deliberated about Prosecutors, who, declined be a witness and will testify at
two hours before finding comment after the verdict, said Elkins' sentencing:.
De'Marquise Elkins guilty of 11 during the two-week trial that "I knew why. I was there and I
counts, including two counts of De'Marquise Elkins and an ac- knew that I didn't have my baby
felony murder and one count of complice, 15-year-old Domi- anymore," she said. "In the be-
malice, murder in the March 21 nique Iang, are the ones who ginning I was in shock. Now
killing of 13-month-old Anto- stopped West. Prosecutors say things are kind of really setting
nio Santiago in Brunswick. The the older teen pointed a small in. But I'm hanging in there."
man's *mother, Karimah Elkins, .22-caliber revolver. at West and West spent hours on the stand
was on trial alongside him and demanded money. When West during the trial and,was grilled
was found guilty of tampering refused several times to turn by the defense on her personal'
with evidence but acquitted of over the money, Elkins fired a and'medical history.
lying to police, warning shot, shot the woman 'I was a little nervous up on
De'Marquise Elkins faces life in-the leg and the .baby between the stand and just being asked
inmprison when-he is sentenced the eyes, prosecutors said. sIo many personal questions by
at a later date. At the time of the The killing in the port city of the defense attorney," she said
shooting hewas 17, too young ..Brunswick drew national attehi- in a telephone interview. "It was
to face the death penalty under T.A :,,:H i:,E' "ion, and the trial was moved embarrassing."
Georgia law. "De'Marquise Elkins was convicted of fatally shooting a baby in a stroller: 'to the Atlanta suburb of Ma-.' The defense tried throughout
His lead defense attorney, during a robbery attempt in coastal Georgia. Elkins was found guilty of ,1-etta ..owing to extensive publicity .the trial to prove that the in-
pubiic,defender'Kevin Gough, counts including two counts of felony murder. locally 'vestigation was flawed and that
vowed to appeal the verdict. A "Marky Elkins and his family fense," Gough said. "Mr. Elkins 'Prosecutors have. said infor- police refused to consider other
. ,maton romElld s' m othei&-and leads .or hvestigate fdtrth ero c
judge denied his request for the are confident that he will receive will eventually be exonerated.", matiori from Els'mother and leads or investigate further once
' teen to be out on bond during another trial in which he will Karimah Elkins' attorney,Wrix sister led investigators to a pond 'they had ,Elkins in custody the
the appeal. be able to present fully his de- Mcllvaine, said he would'talk to where they found the revolver.. day after the killing.



Gay marnage push looking to nionsim
,.7 '. O '; : al_ I___.__. .


The Associated Press .
CHICAGO -- After their
efforts to-legalize gay mar-.
riage fizzled in :Illinois
this year, advocates gave
their campaign a serious
makeover: They called on
unions, focused longer-
term and recalibratedtheir
message by using personal
stories instead, of civil
rights comparisons.
'It's a formula picked up
from their fellow activists
who made Chicago an in-
fluential player in the push
for iinnigrant rights. ,
Proponents will try again
this fall to push gay mar-
'riage legislation through
the. Illinois Legislature,
where they fell a few votes
short ina Democrat-domi-
nated state that's been
surprisinglyresistant. But
this time, 'they're focusing
'less on lobbying lawmak-
ers and more on priming
the environment to make
it easier, for skittish leg-
islators to cast favorable
Votes -. taking cues from'
,a movement that brought
nearly 500,000 protesters
to Chicago streets a few
years ago and helped ad-
vance "Dream Act" goals
This year.'-. ,
"The immigration ad-
vocates, -they really know


how to get it done," said nationwide., Kohlhepp's
Jim Bennett, a director for cellphone rings constantly
Lambda Legal, 'a gay rights with contacts through the
group that's part of the 11- American Federation, of
linois Unites for Marriage. State, County and Munici-
campaign. "We have a lot' pal Employees. Council 31,
to learn from them." from which he has taken.a
While social justice leave. A seasoned lobbyist,
movements often borrow he marks time by count-
tactics from one another, ing the days to Oct. 22,
experts' agree the over- when legislators return to
lap in Illinois stands out Springfield.
among the. 13 states that : His involvement shows
have embraced gay mar- the strongest link yet be-
riage -'particularly in the 'tween unions and the gay
union' connections and .marriage campaign, ac-
emphasizing the develop- cording to Mary Bernstein,
ment of young, long-term a University of Connecti-
leaders. cut sociology professor
At, the heart of the re- who tracks social move-
newed push is John Kohi- ments. That. relationship
hepp, a lobbyist for Illinois' 'resonates in labor-friendly
biggest. state -employee Illinois, where immigrant-
union. He was hired to rights activists and unions
lead a coalition that since made early links that are
June has grown from three now hard to separate.
organizations to roughly Unions, for example,
50, including other unions, ..helped Illinois become the
and raised roughly one- first state to challenge the
quarter of the campaign's federal e-Verify immigrant
$2 million. .worker identification sys-.
On the campaign trail, tern, and workers' groups'
Kohlhepp's energy rip- have pushed for fairimmi-
ple's Out to the nearly 20 grant wages.
'field organizers who have 'Bernstein said the Illi-
been distributing leaflets nois collaborations'appear
at events this summer, to be an '"innovation."
including 'the State Fair' Nationally, the two
and Chicago's Bud Bil- movements have picked
liken Parade, the largest up ideas from one another
African-American' parade before. Students without'


legal immigration status renowned organizer. marriage bill before legis-
have "come out" in public The push for gay mar- lators adjourned in May...
ceremonies-,Chicago was 'riage in Illinois started in : Proponents believed
amongthefirsttbholdsuch earnest after lawmakers they were just a few votes
events and some immi- approved civil unions in shy, and intense lobbying
grant activists saytheylook 2011. But after it passed efforts to find,support for
up to the late Harvey Milk, the Senate,' House spbn- the bill'were focused on
California's first openly gay sors ultimately declined to moderate Republicansanid
elected politician and a call a vote on the same-sex black Democrats.
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PROGRESSIVE 12 CLUB

AWARDS BOOK SCHOLARSHIPS


. SUBMITTED PHOTO
The Progressive 12 Club of greater Jackson County presented
Book Scholarship Awards to (from left) Porsha Barkley, Al-'
liyah Baker and Edward Arroyo. The trio were awarded book
scholarships for a semester at Chipola College based on need'and
other criteria. The club presents the award annually to deserving'
students in the county. Club members pictured are (from left) Elton
Batson, President Shepherd Myrick, Eddie Prather, Travis Russ,.
Donnie Roulhac andVice President Tommie Speights. Not pictured:.
Lester Tensley, Leon Kelly, Nicky Lovett, Jimmy Barnes, Maurice
Speights and Charles Davis.


COUNTRY GOSPEL SINGERS,

ENTERTAIN AT SENIOR CENTER
pf ,".... < ..a .


MAPt '-ilMEj R lHOH ,AN
G gospel; country and bluegrass music were o0 the menu at
the Jackson County Senior Citizens Center on Friday as the
Country Gospel Singers returned for their monthly concert.
The group, which started playing its shows at the center in October
of 2009, was originally made up of members of the Country Gospel
Community Church. However, as time went by, andmembers came
and went, the, group's roster began to include members of other
churches and now the band plays with whoever shows up, according
Country Gospel Community Church Pastor Jerry Blanchette, Friday's`
roster was (from left) Charlie Basford, Jerry Blanchette, Pee Wee Jones,
Joy Blanchette, Faye Williams, Howard Williams and Michelle Jackson.


Not pictured is Ruth Haggy.',


F.


Dance
From Page 1A .

space would be
available.
Smith snapped up the
chance to take over at
4458 Jackson St. in Marik-
anna. She got on the
phone with some former
classmates from Chipola
and hired them' quickly
to join her in helping es-
tablish A Time To Dance.
It will be the communi-
ty's first performing :arts
studio for all ages.,
On weekdays, she and
her crew will be teach-
ing tap, ballet, jazz and
hip-hop for ages '3 and
up. The other instruc-
torswill be Dianna Glaze
(teaching hip-hop) and
Courtney Hale Bass, who
Swill lead..an adult dance
fitness exercise program.
Bass developed the pro-
gram herself. It 'features


MARK SKINNERLK/I'LUORIDAN
Madison Smith was hard at work Friday getting her new
studio, A Time to Dance, ready for its grand opening
Thursday.
high-infteisity workouts the studio. For instance,
that incorporate hip- they can learn ballroom
hop, Latin and jazz styles dancing at monthly
of dance. workshops on the week-
Adults will have many end, with guest instruc-
other 'opportunities at tors coming in to aug-


ment the regular' staff. can explore the perfor-
Or"they might want:to mance fine arts. I, think a
check out the e acting lot of people want that."
Classes, the improvisa- Smith. completed cos-
tion workshops, the mu- metology school a week
sical theater sessions or before she learned of the
the comedy school., Vi- space opening up for a
sual arts classes may also dance studio, and will
be offered, be offering customers
Smith is excited, about special event make-tiup
the new'venture. and hairdos for pag-
"My mission state- eants and other such
ment, really, is to have occasions. She and her
a positive and. uplifting team can also help per-
environment where peo- former with theatrical
ple of all ages can learn, make-up.jobsbecause of
grow and thrive. Forchil- what they learned.. at
dren, I want this to be a Chipola.
place where "they ',can. Smith and.her team are
develop life-long con- repainting and getting
fidence and learn life the studio outfitted with
lessons, like the value a new look ovei the next
of determination and a' few days. A grand open-
strong work ethic. We ing ceremony for the
really don't have a ven- new studio will. be held
ue quite like this any- next Thursday, Sept. 5, at
where else in the coun- 6 p.m. Classes will start
ty for adults and I fell the following Monday.
like this is something Smith can be 'reached
our community needs, .at 209-8052 for more
someplace where they information.


Burglary


suspect


arrested
From staff reports

AGreenwood-areamanhasbeen
charged with armed burglary, ac-
cused of stealing a gun and an air -
conditioner from a neighbor, on
Flat Road.
Authorities say Arthur Lee Hayes
Jr., 19, was' identified shortly af-
ter the burglary as a suspect in
the incident, which occurred on
Tuesday.
On Wednesday, a warrant was
issued forhis arrest and on Thurs-
day he was picked up at his resi-
dence, 3579B Flat Road. Investi-.
gators say they found the stolen'
gun in his home and that during
the investigation the location of
. the air conditioner was revealed
and that it was recovered. .


Major quake recorded in Aask"


TheAssociated Press ,

ANCHORAGE, '' Alaska
-A magnitude 7.;0 earth- ...
quake rockedAlaska'sAleu- ..
tian Islands with a jet-like
rumble Friday that shook
homes and seoit residents
scrambling for cover.
"I'heard it coming," said
'Kathleen Nevzoroff, who
* was sitting at her computer
in the tinyAleutians village
of Adak when the major
temblor struck at 8:25 a.m.
localtime, getting stronger'
and stronger. "I ran to my,
doors and opened them.
and my 'chimes were all
ringing." "
There, are no immedi-
ate reports Of damage or
injuries from the earth- Officials say a magnitude 7.(
quake, which occurred in Aleutian Islands at 8:25 a.m. Fr
a seismically active region, by multiple aftershocks, incluc
"' It was strongly felt in Atka, 4.5.
an Aleut community of 64 most famous fault line, the
people, and the largerAleu- SanAndreas, is a strike-slip
tian town of Adak, where fault. Quakes along strike-
320 people live. The quake slip faults tend to move
was followed by multiple- horizontally. -
aftershocks, including one 'In Adak, city clerk Debra
measuring magnitude 4.9.. Sharrah was upstairs in her
The earthquake didn't. two-story townhome get-
trigger a tsunamii warning, ting ready for work when
but Michael Burgy with she heard a noise..
the West Coast and Alaska : "I thought it was my dog
Tsunami Warning Center running up.the stairs," she
in Palmer, Alaska, said the said. "It kept making noise
center is monitoring for and then it got louder. So
potentialtsunamis caused then all of a sudden the
by landslides, either on rumbling started."
land or under water. The four-plex of town-
The Alaska Earthquake homes was shaking and
Information Center said swaying as Sharrah and
the primary earthquake her dog, Pico, dashed out
was centered 67 miles the door. It seemed like the
southwest of Adak, about building moved for a long
1,200. miles southwest of time, but the only thing
Anchorage. Shaking lasted disturbed in her home was.
up to one minute., a stepstool that fell over.
The quake occurred off- "Nothingfell offmywalls,
shore in the subduction and the wine glasses didn't
zone where plates of the go out of the hutch or any-
Earth's crust grind and dive. thing," said Sharrah, who
jBy contrast, California's moved to the island com-


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
) earthquake rocked Alaska's
iday, local time. It was followed
ling one measuring magnitude

munity from Montana's
Glacier National Park area
almost two'years ago.
In Atka, Nevzoroff man-
ages the village store and
expected to find goods had
flown off the shelves. But
nothing was amiss..
"Everything seems 'to be
okay' she said.
The communities are lo-
cated in a sparselypopulat-
ed region and both played
roles in World War II.
Atka residents were dis-
placed during .the war,
relocating to Southeast
Alaska so the U.S. govern-
ment could demolish the
village to prevent the Japa-
nese from seizing it as they
had other Aleutiani com-
munities. After the war,'
the U.S. Navy rebuilt the
community and residents
returned. Today, the com-
munity is a cluster of sol-
idly built utilitarian build-
ings scattered over rolling
hills that turned emerald


r


re islands

green in warmer months.
Adak, 110 miles to the
west, had been home to
U.S. military installations
that allowed 'forces *to
wage a. successful offense
against the Japanese after
they- seized the Aleutian
Islands of Kiska and Attu.
After the war. Adak was'
transformed into a Naval
-air station that served as '
a submarine surveillance
,center during the Cold
War. Later, the facilities
were acquired by the Aleut
Corp. a regional native
corporation.-'in federal
land-transfer agreement. It
became a city in 2001 and
tocdky retains its military
appearance.'


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James'& Sikes
Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette Street
Marianna, F1 32446
850.482.2332

Hazel Fay
Conroy


Memorial service will be at
7 p.m. Sunday, September
1, 2013 at James & Sikes Fu-
neral Home Maddox Chap-
el.
The family will receive
friends from 6:30 p.m. until
service time.
Expressions of sympathy
may be made online at
www.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com
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Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
4;78 Lafayette Street
:Marianna, Fl 32446
850.482.2332
Sw-w.jamesandsikesfimeralhonles.com

Robert Dalton

Robert Dalton, 92, of Fris-
co, Texas died in Frisco
Texas.
SArranagementswillbean-
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Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
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Marianna, F1 32446
850:482.2332

Randall
McKinley
Peacock, Sr.

Funeral services will be 3
p.m. Sunday, Septeminber 1,
2013 at.Campbellton First
Baptsi Church. Burial will
follow in the church ceme-
tery. The family will receive
friends one hour prior to
services at'the church.
Expressions of sympathy
maybe made online at
'iAt'.iimcrand ,'ik-fun~rhrinome. corn
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home..
S3960 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Florida 32446
Phone 850-526-5059

Jimmy
ChestonSims
.Jimrmy Cheston Sims 'age
62 of Compass Lake in the
Hills passed away on
Thursday, August 29, 2013
in Jackson. Hospital. He
was born in BayCounty, Fl
con .Septemnber 28, 1950 to
": the late JC Sims and V'era
Anderson. Jimmy has lived
in Jackson County 'for the
past eleven years 'moving
here from Panama City, FL.
He retired from AmeriGas
after 20 years of service.
Jimmy is survived by his
loving wife of 42 years Vicki
Sims of. Compass Lake in
jhe Hills, three sons Jasofi,
Sims of Compass Lake jn
The' Hills, Brent Sims and
wife" Jessica of Panama
City, Fl arid Michael Sims
and wife Brittany of Pana-
ma City, FL, four
gianddaughters Amber,
Kori, lade and Joycelyn,
father-in-law Bert A Hard-
en of Blountstown, 'sister-
in-laws Helen Harden of
Lynn' Haven and Meg
."MatL\ and husband Walter
Sof Birmingham, AL, three.
sisters Marjorie Boyette,.;
ardd husband Bobby,
Elouise Case and husband '
Robeth. Arneal Sandusky
and Euline Hall. ,.
A celebration of life serv-
ice for Jimmy will be held
on Saturday, September 7,
S2013 from 2 PM tO6 4 PM at',
-421 Arches Circle, Alford,

Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
: .. rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.maniannachapelfh.com.

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Courftland D.
Whitaker, Jr.

Courtland D. Whitaker,
Jr. (Buddy) passed away on
August 26, 2013 at his
home in Holly Springs,.GA.
He is survived by: his
two sons David C. Whitaker
who lives in Ball Ground,
GA and Courtland D. Whi-
taker, III (Dan) who lives in
Albany, NY; his four sis-
ters: Rose Mary Whitaker
Grimes of Social Circle, GA,
Joanna Whitaker Hadaway
of McClenny, FL,' Bette,
Whitaker of Norcross, GA.
'and Pamela Whitaker Cuff
of Bloomington, MN and"
his former, wife Martha
.Whitaker Parrish of Ball
Ground, GA."., Buddy was
born. to Thelmia Susan
(Steve) and Dr. Courtland
D.'Whitaker (Cody) on Au-
gust 8th, 1936 in Jackson-
ville, FL.
He grew up in Marianna,
FL and attended Marianna
First Methodist Church.
He attended Marion Mili-
tary Institute in Marion; AL
and Florida Southern in
Lakeland, FL. He served
his country in the U.S. Na-
vy and briefly returned to
work in Marianna. In
1965 he moved to Atlanta,
GA and worked for a cigar
company:. He married
Martha Farr and had two
sons David and Dan., He
worked for Flowers Baking
Company for 24 years. Af-
ter he retired from Flowers
1Baking Comipany, -he'
worked as a security guard
for Murray Security and 'fi-
nally at Providence at At-
lanta National for CH Se-
curity until his death. His"
funeral will be held on Sep-
tember 1, 2013 at 1:00 pm
at Green Lawn. Cemetery,
950 Mansell Rd, Roswell,
GA 30076. Family and
friends are, to' gather at
12:30 pm in ,the parlor at'
the Roswell Funeral Home.




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Drugs
From Page 1A
According to, tti
plaint filed by t


he
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[i son Counotv',
SSheriff's, Of;
:fice, mem-,
bers of the,
task force
Sent to
J 2391 Third
Collins Ave. around
3:45 p.m. on
AMMO_ :Thursday,
and spoke
MEW w Iith, the
"three me n
'there. Col-
lins, said he
'.T. Brincefielld was a tenant
of the. resi-
dence ,and
gave'consent'
sfor1h officers
'to search the.
residence,,
dass c crol61d p
,ing to. the
A.'Brincefield '.mg o. plante
comp ain't.
During m'the,
search, officersfound.: ia
shake. bottle. containing.
remnants of a. finished
methrcook, acid, pa rtially
disassembled cold packs,'
lye, coffee'filters, a plastic.
containers with suspect-
ed methamphetamine,
marijuana,' 'hypodermic
needles containing liquid
'meth, and a water bong
consistent with the use Of
marijfiana, the report stat-
ed. The, evidence of meth-
amphetamine production
was found in the common
areas of the residence and
all three men gave state-
ments admitting to their
roles in the manufacture
and use of methamphet-
amine, according to the
complaint.,
The complaint lists the
Brincefields as residents of
1723 Virginia St. in Alford.'


Obituaries


Memorial
From PagelA

delivering the eulogy at
the close'of a memorial
service held in honor of
the boys, black and white,
who died at Dozier School
over the many decades of
its existence.
He and other speak-
ers that day praised the
men and families who
told their stories to the ar-
chaeological researchers
now engaged in the exhu-
mation of remains buried
at Dozier. They started
their work on Saturday
morning; by early that
afternoon, they'd found
one set of remains lying
'outside the known border
of the cemetery,
If notfor the testimonny
of those'who lived to tell
of. their experiences at
:Dozier, that discovery may
never have been made,
Mizer "indicated. It was
"the stories those men told
- tales of abuse, death
under suspicious circum-
stances, life-threatening
beatings, that they either
saw or'endured .- that
helped piroipt Attorney
General Pam Bondi to
suppoft-the University of
South Florida's bid to go
forward with the recovery
process, Mizer said.
, The feam's goal is to.
find and identify as many
remains as possible and
repatriate the known with
their families for private
burial, and to make the
unlkown' available for
a more 'proper burial.
The so-called Boot Hill'
cemetery at Dozier was
believed for many years


Health Dept. lifts


no.-swim advisory


.." Frrn staff reports'.

A no-swim advisory
for part of the Chipola
River in Marianna has
beenlifted.
The Florida Depart-
'ment of Health in
Jackson County an-
nounced. Friday that
the no-swim.' advisory
for part of the Chipola
south oftfhe Greenway
'Trail on Noland Street
was no longer in ef-
feet. The advisory was
*issued bythe agency on
,Aug 20...
As a precautionary
measure,. 'swimmers
were warned to avoid


that area after heavy,
,rains -caused,- a. dis-
charge of diluted, but
untreated wastewater
intc the Kelson Avenue
ditch- that leads to' the
Chipola.
,The Department now
says recent samples
indicate the river wa-
ter meets "'surface, wa-*
ter ".:quality standards,
clearing the way to
lift the no-swim
advisory.
For information re-
garding public, health
issues, visit the Depart-
ment of Health.in Jack-':
son County online at
www.jacksonchd.org.


Arrest
From Page llA .: ,
ap proached to 'speak with
.'the driver. After another
deputy arrived to assist
with the traffic stop. Cer-
vantes, 41, was asked -to
get out of the truck and
was then patted down: The
officer conducting that
search felt a large object
in a cargo pocket of :the
pants Cervantes was wear-
ing, and inquired about it.
When that happened, Ceir-
xantes removed the object
and threw it into the back
of the truck. Officers re-
trieved it and found that it
contained a white powdery
substance that field-tested
'ositive for methamphet-"
. amine, according to the
complaint. .Officers said'
they also found a red-straw


to have 31 people bur- dren and show his love in
ied there; the researchers a more open way.
say there is evidence that Mizer said that Rev. Gad-
more are in the ground- dy and the other men who
perhaps as many as 50. have told their difficult
At Saturday's memorial stories, in spite of perhaps
ceremony, several men feeling shame or having
who had lived at Dozier painful flashback, should
spoke of their gratitude consider themselves he-
over having survived their roes to their fallen fellow
experiences there. One residents of Dozier. And
man, the 'Rev. Johnny that brought Mizer to .the.
Gaddy, spoke of having other subject of his talk-'
seen human body parts the value of a memorial.
in a Dozier garbage bin The 'stories they told the
when he went there to researchers will become
dump trash as a child part of the new, expanded
residing and laboring'at public record concerning
Dozier because of tru- Dozier School. The past
ancy, and in the food that now newly in record will
was give to the hogs 'on inform and warn future
the farm that was operate generations, he said, and
ed on the Dozier grounds' ensure that society will
for several years. .. not' tolerate an atmo-
His daughter Catina" sphere where the kind of
Gaddy andhis' wife Jose- maltreatment they .de-
..phine Gaddy took part in scribe could ever occur
the memorial, ceremony, againn. '
each, reading a .passage Several men attend'
from the Bible. His da"igh- ing Saturday's memorial
ter also sang a song which took part in ceremonial
spoke of going on in the .............. ...............
face of adversity with the "
help of God. Mrs. Gaddy
hd ~d aaRemams.
said the song could be R m i
applied to the life of her\ From Page 1A ,
husband. He's had night-
mares all his' adult life, and determine 'whether
she said, episodes she, :any adjustments need' to
and he attributee to his, be made. The dig team
experiences at Dozier. He used picks and shovels
at one time had trouble to get through the less
showing affection to the pliant top layer of clay-
daughters he so: clearly dominant soil, idemify-
loved and had very low :ing artifacts as ihey went.
self-esteem, among other deeper. As .the ground
problems, she believes gave way to softer, loamy
were brought on by life in liayers-: of' sand and silt,'
the institution. She said it they switched to trowels-
took persistence, prayer and small hand tools.
and divine deliverance for The team expects to
him to come the distance leave here Tuesday morn-.
he has. He is now a pas-. ing, but will return, pe-
tor and learned along the riodically over the next
way to embrace his chil- year to continue it's


during the search that con-
. tained suspected residue.
--' .Officials
also found,'
-an. ufila-
beled 'p"ll'
bottle in the
track .that
contained

.,m-ethamr-.,

the complaint.
Cervantes was charged
with possession of a con-
trolled substance, pos-
'session of'drug parapher-
nalia and tampering with
evidence.
Authorities Iwrote in the
complaint that they asked
Cervantes why he threw
the container of metham-
phetamine. He replied, of-
ficers wrote, saying "there
wasn't enough for the three
of us." ',


with a digestive problem it less. I think that helped others then that has great
L111g that is also related to her me try to live my life as meaning to me. 1',know
S ., cystic fibrosis. fully as possible and be that Other people were
From Page 1A Despite a lifetime of ill appreciative of: it. I have doing,. the same thing
b oc hs, health, the critical surgery been thankful for every during my childhood and
a bounce house, toy trainahead and the more re- daylI have had, everyday I all along, and:were prob-
rides, a water slide and cent personal heartache get. If it's God's will for me ably responsible for some
more. she is dealing with, Sim-r to see 70 or 80, then I will. of the medical advances
Organizer Janice Cloud m6nrs maintains a posi- If not, I still know He's go- that came along to help
has lined up several sing- five outlook and a level ingto take care of me." me. They've learned a lot
ers to entertain the crowd, of optimism that lifts her Simmons has partici- since I was a little girl.
They include Maison Ful- above her.circumstances. pated in countless med- .,If I can help them learn
ton, Ary Scipper-Allen, She said it all comes down cal trials in hopes that something more to help
Elvis miipersonator Dale tofaith. doctors can learn some- some other little girl, then -
'Lock, Jennie Liffick and '"I do not fear death, be- thing from her participa- that's a fantastic feeling."
Sarah, Unchained, Heri- cause I was :brought up tion that will help mriany Simmons said she is
tage Harmpny, Victoria in church to know that other people in the fu- going tou be at the funrid-
and Tiffany Harrell and. there was a heaven and a ture. Being able to have raiser if her health allows
Billy Lipford. hell, and a long time ago I. a hand in that, she said,' -that's a day-to-day un-
Depending on how asked Jesus to come into packs even more mean- known and to stay as
much 'money 'is raised, my heart and save me. I ing into her life. It's one long possible. It will run
the fundraiser could help know there's an eternity of the things that makes about three hours.
SSimmons in a variety ,of that I will go.to, to God," her glad, and gladness is She said the event' is of
ways as she struggles to Simmons said:' "That's '.a major objective .in 'her vitol importance to her,
meet the financial d6- what I believe in' ny life: '' "" nopf"'just because of the .
tnands of her life; her heart, so I do not dwell "I do everything I can to money,. but because it's
health issues don't allo on the idea of death very mak4 every day a happy a show .of support that
' her to work, arid recently much."', day," she said. "Now that i .strengthens her soul.'
her insurance and the i- Simmons said she's .not I know, I'm dealing with "The fundraiseris very
ture of her major house- without her bad days. "I the possibility of a lung important to me because
hold income. has come .do have difficult days, transplant, it helps me it's people caring enough
into in doubt due to an some days where all I appreciate every day even to 'take their time and
unforeseen life change. want to do, is cry, but I more. Every day I 'have is money and do this when
As she awaited informa- can usually listen to mu- very precious to me, arid they don't have to. I'm so
tion about her transplant sic and pray, andthen my If I can leave this world thankful to everyone who
list status,'she found out day's better. None of us knowing that I've lived has been trying to help me
on Thursday that there's a are promised tomorrow. in a way that people can'. do what needs to be done.
new health dilemma that I've had friends who died see God through me, that Without the community's
could delay her" getting in ways that were difficult they can see that life can help, some of this would
in line for the transplant, for me, people who died go on and be produc- not happen. I don't really
Doctors have discovered unexpectedly. I think that. tive and happy no mat- know sometimes, where
'that she needs, more tests in my situation, when ter what, that's important my next money is coming
to determine if she first you have to prepare for to me. If through all the from, and I can't express
needs surgery to deal it, I think it helps you fear medical trials I can help what this means to me."


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activities honoring the
dead. A bell was rung sev-
eral times to represent the
sorrow over the deaths at
Dozier, bits of flowers
were torn in pieces placed
ceremonially in a bowl of
water to represent the
end of the negative and
the beginning of closure
and rebirth, and candles
were lit, in honor of those '
who died and of the living
who brought their stories
to light after years of si-
lence ot being ignored.,.
The memorial, con-
cluded with a short slide
show presented by event
organizer Antoinette Hat-
tell. It included some of
the names of those who
died at Dozier, a picture
of a funeral at Dozier that
.is available in the state
archive, and pictures" of
Dr. Erin Kimmerle and
her research team 'as they
performed -preliminary,
activities at Dozier earlier,
thisyear.'

work. Wells said those
return visits will- ., be
announced.
Wells said the research-
ers still believe, that there
are about 50 bodiesburied
in and around the known
cemetery, an estimate
they had given after ear-
lier, preliminary searches
around the cemetery this
year, while someofficial'
records associated with
the school had indicated
only 31. ,' *
.The 'press conference
drew media as well as
representatives of several
organizations, including
the White. House Boys,
the Black Boys at Dozier
Reform, School and the
NAACP


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Sports Bslef
High school football
Friday Northview at Mar-
ianna, 7 p.m.; Wewahitchika
at Cottondale, 7 p.m.; Baker
at Sneads, 7 p.m.; Graceville
at Bozeman, 7 p.m.

.,Middle school football
Tuesday Graceville at
Roulhac, 6 p.m.
Thursday Vernon at
Grand Ridge, 6 p.m.

High school volleyball
Tuesday Graceville at
Vernon, 5 and 6 p.m.; Sneads
-at Munroe,.5.and 6 p.m.;
Marianna at Rutherford, 5
p.m. and 6 p.m.
Wednesday Cottondale.
at Liberty CountPty, 1 p.m. and
3p.m.
Thursday Vernon at Cot-
tondale, 5 and 6 p.m.; Altha
at Graceille, 5 and 6 p.m.;
Mariarmnna at Walton, 5 and
6 p.m.; Sneads atWewahi-
tchka, 5 and 6 p.m.

Sneads football
booster meeting
Citizens' Field Football Inc.
announces a meeting set for
Saturday at 6 p.m. at WFEC
on.U.S. 90,in Sneads. This
will ie'ah open meeting
for current and potential
members. '
For more information
about-this or other concerns,
you can reach us at citfield.
inc@gmail.com and like us
on Facebool at Citizens'
Field Football Inc.

Optimist Club
golf tournament
The third annual NE
Jackson County Optimist
Club6gojltourfnanent will be
)*h Spt. 13at the 18-hole
l gp .fcpco~ise, at
dGo6 in .
^ ananna.,'.. ,
egistration begins, at 11 .
a.m. with a 12:30 p.m. shot-
,g Tipt..The, cost or tbe
event.Is $55, which Ikiclude8
.8'holes ofgolf, green fee,
'cart' fee, meal, and various
.prizes. : ', "". :
T.d.efpre-registir for the
0eytnt, call Liz Jackson'at.
850-557-0637'or James
iller at 850-209-1621, or
fax your information to
850-526.-:505.."

Graceville cheerleader
c amp sign-up
"Graceville High School.
.cheerleaders would like to
.welco, npany child ages 5-12
to attend' the 2013, mini cheer
carp Sept. 14.,
*-The co.'is$30per cild
and it wiillbe'held at the high
School gymnasium. If your '
-child Atteds -'and pre-reg- '
,jsters by Sept. 9, they will
Sreceiv'e a T-shirt.
I. 'CaI Samantha Seigle at
.8506-263-4402, ext..240 if
*you'd lik to sign Up... :

hipola baseball "
showcase
:, Chipola College's annuati
',Select Baseball.ShoWcase is,
'set~for'Sept. 21 at the Chipola
field." ,, .. .
I The event is open to
all high school juniors or
seniors who are current
merembers ofa varsity base-

.^,.^^..,_4toch Jeff, ;,
t jblinson .is expecting from 50'-
tdi0o 1 ro and college scouts
toartend *, '" : "
: The showcase willJbe in a."
pro-style setupwith two dif-
ferent.time slots players can
chobse.t0 aftend., '
The showcase is by invita-
tion, only.by high school
coaches, summer league
coaches, Chipola .coaches,
other college coaches and/or
professional scouts.

See BRIEFS, Page.2B


Cottondale Football



Hornets too fast for Freeport


BY DUSTIN KENT
cll. e il'il l aid corn

The Conrtondale Hornets got the
2013 season started with a bang
Friday night in Freeport, racing
past the Bulldogs in the second
half for a 52-26 road 'ictory.
Freeport led 13-12 at halftime,
but the Hornets stormed back
in the third quarter with a pair
of touchdowns by laVontai Hall
and Shaundre NMcAo to go up


"AnIytime you can gel a win
ovzr Freeport. ilt' big."
Mike Melvin.
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more rushing touchdowns for
Cornondale in the fourth period,
and MNlcAroy picked off a Freeport
pass and returned it 58 yards
for a game-sealing touchdown
with just under three minutes to


28-13. play.
DeMNlichael Faulk added two For a Cottondale team that


came into the season low on
both experience and depth, a26-
point road win over Freeport was
about as emphatic away to start
the year as Hornets coach Mike
MeMn could've imagined.
"That was a big win," the coach
said after the game. "Anytime
you can get a win over Freeport,
it's big. (Bulldogs) coach (Jim)
Anderson does a terrific job with
those guys and hasthem ready
to play eery week. But we came
out and played hard, the of-
fensive line did a great job, the


running backs ran hard, and
(quarterback) Justin Klotz did,'a
good job of managing the game.
I'm just super proud of the guys.
It was a great win."
Freeport got the first score of
the game to go'up 6-0, but Cot-
tondale responded with a 2-yard
TD run by Norris Calhoun and a
1 -yard TD sneak by Klotz to take
a 12-6 lead.
The Bulldogs got a score and
extra point to grab the halftime
See HORNETS, Page 2B


tMmC :nlj[|EP ftufrICIANl
Sneads' Javarris Goodson dodged the Panther defenders and scored a touchdown before a series of
weather delays stopped the game Friday night.


GATORS TOP TIGERS


IMIAF -HlriL. FLrW'l!
Preston Nichols takes the ball for Graceville during a game
against Holmes County last week. The Tigers fell to the Baker
Gators 42-27 in the season opener Friday night in Baker.


Weather spoils

season opener

forSneads .
BY DUSTIN KENT
dkeritd-lllclrlirid) n :om
SNEADS BillThomas' first
official game as head coach of
the Sneads Pirates was going
pretty well Friday night, with his
team holding a 7-0 lead on the
visiting John Paul II Panthers late.
in the first quarter.
. And then the., night ended
abruptly. .'" .'-
A weather delay due to light-
ning in the area eventually
turned to a postponement, with
no scheduled date to resume
play as of yet. -
Both sides waited for approxi-
mately 90 minutes to see if the
weather would pass in time for
the teams to finish the game,
but there was no such luck, and
Thomas will have to wait another
week to get his first official result
as the Sneads coach.
The Pirates appeared to have
early control of the game after
the defense forced a three-and-
out on John Paul's first offensive
series, with a sack of Panthers
quarterback by Lee Bunting
on a third-down play forcing a
punt.
Sneads followed by attacking
deep down the field on the first
offensive play of the season with
a 50-yard pass completion from
Josh Taylor to Alphonso Brown
to get down to the Panthers' 11-
yard line :
But the drive stalledfrom there,
and a fourth-and-4 conversion
came up short to give it back to
the Panthers.
See PIRATES, Page 2B


S aziannum Football


Turnovers':


doom 'Dawgs


in loss to Bay

BY DUSTIN KENT
Sdkent@jcfloridan.com ,;.1

The Bay High Tornadoes took advantage of
five Mariainna turnovers to take a 24-7season-
opening victory over the Bulldogs at Tommy
SOliver Stadium on Friday night.
j i,1f. Bay High jumped out to an 8-0
.r lead in the first quarter, but the
Bulldogs struck back with a 60-
yard punt return touchdown by
Jamel Johnson to cut the margin to 8-7.
But the Tornadoes added two more scores
in the second quarter to take a 22-7 half-
time lead, then scored once more in the
See'DAWGS, Page 28


COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Miami opens season with
win over FAU. See more
on Page 4B.


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Sneads completes



a perfect week


BY DUSTIN KENT
S dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Sneads Lady Pirates
capped off a successful first
week of the regular season
with another three-set vic-
tory over thp Vernon Lady
Yellowjackets on Thursday
night at home.
It was the third straight-
set win of the week for
the Lady Pirates, who
also knocked off Jackson
County foes Marianna
and Graceville to startthe
week.
On Thursday," Sneads
took the match victory


by scores of 25-10, 25-12,
and 25-17 to move to 3-0
on the year, with the win
over the Lady Yellowjack-
ets the second in district
competition.
Sophomore setter Logan
McCord had a big night
leading the Lady Pirates of-
Sfense with 35 of the team's
36 assists, while fellow 10th-
grader Emily Glover led the
team in kills with 10.
Logan Neel added nine
kills, with Krissi Satterfield
contributing seven, and
Shelbi Byler five for a team
total of 36 kills.
Glover and Neel were


the top servers for Sneads,
with each registering 14
service points, while Glov-
er had eight ace serves and
Neel five.
Mallory Beauchamp had
13 points and three aces,
and Byler had nine points
and four aces:
The Lady Pirates will re-
turn to action this week
with a pair of road games
against Munroe on Tues-
day and district oppo-
nent- Wewahitchka on
Thursday. 1
Sneads returns home for
a Sept. 10 game against
Cottondale.


LADY BULLDOGS WIN AT HOME

I: iyie~


S ... . r MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
-A A riana Domen returns the ball for Marianna during a game
A against Sneads earlier in the week.The Lady Bulldogs took
S a victory over the Graceville Lady Tigers at home Thursday
by scores0f 25-16,25-13 and 25-12. MHS will next play Tuesday at
Rutherford, while Graceville goes to Vernon on Tuesday for a district


,contest.


Hornets
S From Page 1B
edge, but a 6-yard TD ru
by Hall followed by a two
point conversion by Faul
made it 20-13 Hornet!
with a .5-yard TD run b
McAroy and a two-poir
playbyHallputtingCHSuU
28-13. :'.
SFreeport '. answer
with a score to start th
fourth to make it 28-2(
but touchdown runs0'pft2
and 4 yards by Faulk wit
two-point conversions b
SHallput Cottondale u
44-26. .
-McAroy's pick-6 was th
final 'nail in the coffin fc
the Bulldogs, with Calhou
converting the two for th
finalmargin.
The senior McAroy had
great night on both sides c
the ball, adding'a sack, si
tackles, and a fumble re'


Briefs
From Page 1B ,
SRegistration deadline is


covery to his interception,
while also rushing for 94
yards on nine carries and
aTD .
n' Hall led Cottondale with
- 129 yards on nine carries,
k with Faulk going for 94
s, yards on "nine, attempts,
y and Calhoun 55 yards on
it eight tries.
P, Faulk topped' the de-
- fense with seven tackles,
d 'with Calhoun and Wesley
e Spooner each tallying six.
), tackles, arid Brian SlesSer'
2 adding a sack.
h, ,'"We shot ourselves in
y the foot (in the first half),"
p, Melvin said. "But the of-
fensive line started open-
ie ing up holes and Shaundre
)r and (Calhoun) and (Hall)
n andFaulk just ran hard and
e had some unbelievable
runs. I told them before we
a got there that we were go-
Af ing to make some mistakes
x early, but we've just got to
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I told them we can't make
those mistakes again, and
we came- out second half
and didn't."
Cottondale will get right
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next week with a home
game against the Wewahi-
tchka Gators, who suffered
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,on Friday.
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contest.
"I told the guys after the
game, that I was proud
of them, but this one is
over," Melvin said. "We
'haye to forget about it and
get ready for a big district
game. We need to have a
good practice Monday and
set the tone for the rest of
the week."


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NFL


T' E ASSOCIATED PRESS
New England quarterbackTim Tebow (5) looks for a receiver as New York Giants defensive end
Justin Trattou (69) closes in during a preseason game Thursday in Foxborough, Mass.


AP source: Tebow':


fails to make Patriots


.. TheAssociated-Press ,
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. A person
familiar with the situation says Tim
Tebow has been cut by the New England
Patriots.
After being let go by his third team in
18 months and with the regular sea-
son just five days'away the quarter-
back's chances of immediately catching
on with another team s-em slim. It was
first reported by ESPN.,' ,
Tebow's stay with the Patriots last-
ed just under' 12 weeks and could be
th end of his NFL career. The former
Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback
played in just three of New England's
four preseason games and was sacked
four times in the finale, a 28-20 win over
the NewYork Giants on Thursday night.
.The Patriots have carried just two
quarterbacks in 'three of the past four
seasons, and with Ryan Mallett en-
trenched as the backup to Tom Brady,
Tebow's challenge was a difficult one,
even before .the' preseason started.
Then, he went out and posted a" quar-
terback rating of just 47.2 and threw two
touchdown passes to go along with two
interceptions and seven sacks.
When 'New England signed him June
11, it appeared'that coach Bill Belichick
might find other positions for the versa-


Pirates
From Page IB :
The Pirates got it back on their own 25
on their next series and got runs of 6 and
19 yards from AntwanDurn to set up a
50-point touchdown burst by Javarris
Goodson for the first and only score of
the game.
Brian Moran's extra point made it 7-0,
and the Pirates got it back after stop-
ping John Paul on a fourth-and-6 at the
Sneads 46-yard line.


'Dawgs
From Page 1B
second half when the Bay defense
earned a safety with four minutes to
play to account for the final marginn,
It was a tough night for the Marianna
offense, which did gain 170 yards on:the
ground, but lost two fumbles ,and had
three interceptions, one of which was
returned for a touchdown and another
that was returned to the 5-yard line to:,
set up another score. ..
: TheBulldogs also had a score'taken off:
Sthe board when a 50-yard touchdown
run by TommyWhite was called'back on
penalty. '


tile, mobile Tebow to play, but he never
worked out with any unit other than the
quarterbacks with the Patriots.
After sitting out the third preseason
game, a 40-9 loss at Detroit, Tebow com-
pleted 6 of 11 passes for 91 yards with
two touchdowns and one interception
against the Giants. ,
"It's not just one game (that matters),"
,Belichick said Friday about the player
evaluation process, "although .every
game is important. But the body of work,.
the camp, the rate .of improvement,
the ability to do the things that play-
ers are going to be asked to do at their
respective positions (also matters)."
Tebow has played for the Denver
Broncos and New York lets as well, af-
ter a memorable career at Florida, in -
which he was a part of two national-
championship teams. :
Signing Tebow brought little financial
risk to the Patriots.' Two people with
knowledge of the deal told The Associat-
ed Press that Tebow was signed-for two.
years but no guaranteed'i money. One
person said he wouldmake the veteran's
minimum salary, $630,006 in 2013,,with
incentives. ': :-
Tebow'sJast playwith the Patriots, and
perhaps in the NFL, was a 9-yard touch-
down to rookie free agent Quehtin Sims
with six seconds left against the Giants. -


But beforethey could run another of-
fensive play, the officials witnessed a
lightning flash *and sent both' tamins to
the locker room.. '
As of press time, the teams had not de-
cided on a makeup date or if there .will
be ohe.
Since it wasn't a district game,
by rule it doesn't have to be
finished. .. .,
Sneads is scheduled to play at home
again Friday against the Baker Gators,
who defeated Graceville 42-27 in -their
opening game.


"We played great defensively, but we .
just didn't do our job on offense, and I
accept responsibility for that," Mari-;
anna coach Mark Beach said after the
game. "The defense played great. They,
held (Bay) to less than 100 (yards)
rushing and 100 passing. Offensively,
we have a lot of stuff to wo6k out.We
were moving the ball very well in the
first quarter, but we just kept turn-
ing it over.We kept shooting ourselves
in the, foot. It was just one little thing
after another, and it was mostly on
us. ,' .
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-'Friday when the defending 1A state
champion Northview Chiefs come to
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Florida running back Mark Herdon runs against Toledo during the game Sat
Florida won 24-6.



No. 0 Florida be
To.l to e e
Toledo to open se;


The Associated Press much dominated from the
start, wearing. down the
GAINESVILLE Mack 'Rockets in 90-degree heat
Brown had a. career day, Jeff and sweltering humidity.
Driskel was efficient and Theyhad two 80-yard-plus
No. 10 Florida opened the touchdown drives in the
season with a 24-6 victory first half, including one
over Toledo on Saturday.. on their initial possession,
Brown ran 25 times for It was the first time in the
12 yards and ,two touch- post-Tim Tebow era (since
downs. Diriskel completed 2009) that Florida scored a
17 of 22 passes for 153 TD on its opening drive of
yards and a score, And the season.
Florida's defense, which Brown capped the 84-
ranked fifth in the country yard drive by' going un-
in 2012, looked every bit as, touched from a yard out.
good as last year's version He was even better on his
despite losing eight start- second score, breaking
ers and its coordinator. tackles., and turning heads
The Gators controlled with a 14-yard scamper
both lines-of scrimmage, that putFlorida up 17-3.
opening holes for Brown It was' the first start of
and keeping steady pres-. Brown's four-year career.
sure on Toledo's experi- He was in the lineup in'
* enced spread offense. It place of Matt Jones, a
was exactlythe style of play powerful sophomore who
Florida has become known missed the opener while
for under third-year coach recovering from a viral
Will Muschamp. No flashi- infection.
ness. Few highlight-reel -Jones is expected, to re-
.'plays. But a win in the end. turn next week at Miami.
It was Florida's 24th con- But Brown's big game
secutive season-opeing- proved he can be a capable
victory, the second-longest 'backup and might even
active streak in the coun- get a chance to split carries
'try.Only Nebraska (27) has; with Jones the rest of the
a longer current run. season. .
SSome thought Florida Driskel, meanwhile, is
. would struggle against'the the- unquestioned starter.
Rockers, who are-pickedto. And .he looked consider-
finish second in the Mid- ably more comfortable in
American Conference's, his second season under-
West Dhision. Toledo re- center.
turned nine starters on Driskel completed" 10 of
offense, four on defense,. his first 11 passes, includ-.
played in :three consecu- ing the first seven, for 101
tive bowl games and even yards.
beat a ranked, team, last The Gators, as usual,
season. didn't ask Driskel to do too
But the Gators pretty much. Instead, they rolled


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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER1,2013 3BF-


College Football


!Christion Jones leads


No.1 Bama past VaTech

the Associated Press in disgust.
S" "* Alabama finally put together an im-
ATLANTA Christion Jones became' pressive offensive series late in the third
the first Alabama player since at least quarter, capped by McCarron's scoring
the 1940s to have two returns for touch-.. pass to Jones. Still, the Tide managed
downs, Vinnie Sunseri brought back an just 206 yards on offense, far shy of its
interception for anotherTD, and the 445.5-yard average last season..
top-tanked'Crimson Tide overcame a McCarronwas photographed arriving
sluggish offensive performance to beat in Atlanta wearing a boot on his; right
VirginiaTech 35-10 on Saturday. 'foot, reportedly because of an ingrown
Jones scored on a 72-yard punt re- toenail, and he looked a bit off after be-
turn less than 2 minutes into the game, ing the nation's top-rated passer last'
then scooted loose on a kickoff for a 94- season. There was an Interception he
yard touchdown that led the Crimson had only three all of last season and
Tide (1-0) to a Win, that could've been also a penalty for intentional ground-
much tougher to start its quest for an ing. He finished 10-of-23 for 1lOyards.
-unprecedented third straight national" T.J. Yeldon rushed for 75 yards on 17
Title. carries, but the Tide finished'with just
For good measure, the junior receiver 96 yards on the ground.
"- ' also hauled in a 38-yard touchdown While the Tide has no shortage of of-
THEASSOCIATED PRESS pass late in the third quarter to blow fensiv'e skill players, the line lost three
turday in Gainesville. it open against' the Hokies (0-1), who starters from last year's championship
largely shut down AJ McCarron. and' team. Apparently, there's still some
Alabama's highly touted offense. work to do in the trenches, Which'coach
The Tide had just 97 yards total of- Nick Sabanri will surely focus on over
lT ?'1- fense at halftime but were up 28-10. the next two weeks before Alabama
McCarron & Co. contributed' only one heads to College Station to face the new
of those TDs, arid that came when they Southeastern Conference rival that pro-
worked with a short field after a wobbly vided its lone loss of 2012- Texas A&M
a o n Virginia Tech punt. and Heisman Trophy Winner Johnny
Sunseri stymied a brief bit of momen- Manziel.
Abso M tum Virginia Tech had after Trey Ed-. Jones' perforfiance masked the lack-
Smunds broke off a 77-yard touchdown luster showing at the Georgia Dome, as
:et often and had run, cutting Alabama's early lead to 14- he became the first Crimson Tide player
ing rid of the ball. 7. The Hokies held obn defense, but Lo- since at least 1944 -'that's as far' back
e found fullback gan Thomas telegraphed a pass over the as the Alabama record book goes- .to
kjagbe all alone in middle,. Sunseri stepped in to make the score two touchdowns in a gameon re-
for a 4-yard score pick and, without .breaking stride, took turns. And, for the first time since 1995,
ird quarter, giving it all the :ay to the end zone for a 38- Alabama scored three non-offensive
24-6 lead. yard touchdown. TDsina game. .
's day wasn't per- Virginia Tech's- last glimmer 'of hope VirginiaTech, lookingtorebound-from
igh. : faded after CodyJournell booted a 39- a 7-6 season that was its worst since
sacked twice and yard field goal late in the first half. On 1992, also struggled on offense under:
both times.. He the ensuing kickoff, Jones appeared to new coordinator Scot L66ffler,- Fifth-
and a teammate' be stopped short of his own 30. Then, :year senior quarterback Logan Thomas
d the other. suddenly, he burst out from a pack' of, looked like a raw freshman, completing
se went wrong for w6uld-be tacklers and was gone. The' only 5-f-26 ,for 59 yards, thought'his
rs. return left Virginia Tech. coach Frank numbers would've been a bit better if
Showers, a safety' Beamer whose program was long not for several dropped passes, .
red to offense, ran 'known for its stellar special. teams Take away Edmunds' long run and-the
yards aid caught waving his cap and shaking his head Hokies managed just 135 yards.


tour passes or 23 more.
Freshman Kelvin Taylor,
tlie son of retired NFL
standout Fred Taylor, got.
on the field in the fourth
quarter and ignited the re-
maining crowd with con-
secutiveruns of 27 and 10
yards.
Florida had five players
suspended for opener.,
Linebacker Antonio
Morrison, who was ar-
rested twice in a five-week
span this summer, and
cornerback Loucheiz Pu-
rifoy were suspended. So
were defensive tackle Dar-
ious Cummings, receiver
Latroy Pittman and of-
fensive lineman Quinteze
Williams. .
Toledo was 1 of 13 on
third down, a big problem
for the offense.
Terrance Owens com-
pleted 17 of 38 passes for
135 yards, with an inter-
ception. David Fluellen
ran nine for' 46 yards. And
Bernard Reedy caught sev-
en passes for 50 yards.


Manziel throws 3 TDs to


lead Texas A&M over Rice
The Associ ted Press


COLLEGE STATION, Tex-'
as -After serving his first-
half suspension, Heisman
Trophy winner- Johnny
Manziel threw., three TD
'passes and scrambled for
19 yards ran his mouth
a bit, too as, No, 7 Texas
A&M posted a lopsided 52-
31 win over Rice.
'Manziel was sitting
out because of what the
-school said was an "inad-
Svertent" violation of NCAA
rules involving signing
autographs.
His: first touchdown
came on a 23-yard pass to
Mike Evans on A&M's sec-
ond drive of the half.
Shortly before that, he
got into it with a Rice de-
fender, appearing to mimic
,signing an autograph while
getting up from a tackle.
He ended his day by get-
ting yanked following an
unsportsmanlike conduct
penalty fdr6Nhting at the
scoreboard after a TD pass
in the fourth quarter.
He was replaced by Matt
Joeckel on A&M's last
*drive.


,M .,

STHE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel, (2) looks to throw against Rice
during the game Saturday in College Station,Texas.


Joeckel started at quar-
terback for A&M and threw
for 190 yards and a touch-
down to help the Aggies to
a 28-21 lead at halftime.
Manziel came in on
Texas A&M's first offensive
play of the second half and
the Aggies capped his first
drive with a 44-yard field
goal.
He had been investi-
gated for allegedly accept-
ing money for autographs
from memorabilia brokers,
a violation of NCAA rules
that could have led to a
much longer suspension.


Instead, the first fresh-
man to win the Heisman
only had to sit' put the
first two quarters to start
the season after which he
set numerous school and
Southeastern Conference
records while leading Tex-
as A&M to an 11-2 mark
and a victory over No. 1
Alabama.
Manziel's first 'play of the
season was a 12 yard run
and he also scrambled on
the second one, going sev-
en yards. He was sacked on
third down and the Aggies
settled for the field goal.


S" THEASSOCIATED PRESS
Alabama running back T.J. Yeldon (4) jumps over the tackle of Virginia Tech linebacker Josh.
Trimble (32) during the game Saturday in Atlanta.







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Johnson leads Hurricanes past FAU


The Associated Press

MIAMI GARDENS Be-
fore the season was 90 sec-
onds old, Miami dropped
an interception that would
have been a surefire
touchdown, committed a
penalty on special teams
and was flagged for delay
of game prior to their first
play from scrimmage.
So there was some rust.
None of it was on Duke
Johnson.
Johnspn had career-
highs of 186 yards and 19
carries before departing in
the third quarter, receiver
'Herb Waters took a pitch
on an end-around for a
63-yard rushing score, and
Miami beat Florida Atlan-
tic 34-6 on Friday night in
the season opener for both
teams.
"What did he total, about
240, 230, something like
that," Hurricanes coach Al
Golden said of Johnson,
who finished with 224 all-
purpose yards on 20 touch-
es when adding in his one
catch for 38 yards. "That's
kind of what we need him
to be, somewhere around
there. I thought he did a
good.job with that. He's
healthy. He cut two guys
down on that play where
Swe scored, so again he's a
very unselfish player."
Stephen ,Morris threw
for 160 yards and another
score [for the Hurricanes,
who play host to No. 10
,Florida in a rivalry game
next weekend. Dallas
Cravford added a touch-
down run for Miami, which
;racked up 303 yards on the


S>. THEASSOCIATED PRESS
Miami running back Duke Johnson (8) attempts to avoid Florida Atlantic defensive back D'Joun Smith during the game Friday
in Miami Gardens. ';
ground but failed to con- seem to need any treat- there being it was already berger coached that team,
vert 10 of 14 third-down meant and evenwithmtch fourth down. and started the Florida
chances. of the second half off, his Miami out-gained FAU Atlantic program 15 years
"'I'm happy about to- was the highest rushing 503-250. later, so the night- had
night," Morrissaid. "There's total by any Miami player "I thought we battled," .plenty of meaning for both
obviously a lot of things. since Tyroiie Moss ran for said FAU coach Carl Pelini, sides.
that we've got to, improve 195 against North Carolina who' suspended five play- "There is a great prob-
on; third-down efficiency on Oct. 29,2005. ers two starters late ability that Florida At-
and things like that." "I'm fine," Jbhns6n said. this week because of vio- lantic University will not
Johnson left in the-third Mitch Anderson kicked lations of team rules. "We win, I'm advised by my
quarter after getting shak- two, field goals for FAU, will learn from this game." friends in Reno and Las
en up while throwing a which is now 4-24 in, its. Dozens of members of :Vegas," Schnellenberger
block on the play where last 28 games. The Owls the 1983 Miami national said before the game, a
Waters scored and was got into Miami territory championship team were nod to oddsmakers list-
checked out on the Miami on their final drive, then at the game, as part of the ing Miami as a 32-point
sideline to rule out a con- spiked the ball with 6 sec- Hurricanes' 30th anniver- favorite. "But if they play
cussion; which is standard onds left to stop the clock saiy celebration of that their best, fight the battle,
team protocol. He did not with the slight problem title. Howard Schnellen- measure up man-on-man,


come out at the end of the
game behind, they are not
defeated.'
Miami got only three
points out of its first three
drives highly touted
freshman receiver Stacy
Coley dropped two pass-
es that, would have been
touchdowns before
Johnson'got things, really
going for the Hurricanes
with 13:03 left in the first
half with a 53-yard touch-
down run that gave his '
team a 10-0 lead.
It was 20-3 by halftime,
after Morris found tight
end Clive Walford for a
score with 2 minutes left,
but the Hurricanes turned
the ball over on the first
possession of the second
half. Morris' pass was 'in-
tercepted by FAU's Andrae
Kirk, setting the Owls up at
the'Hurricanes' 20.. '
That's when Miami's de-
fdnse, maligned just-about
every week' lastI season
when the Hurricanes gave
up more points than any
team in school history,
made a stand and held
FAU to just a field goal.
And that was just about
the last chance FAU had.
Waters' long run down the "
left sideline made it 27-6,
and after Wisconsin trans-
fer David Gilbert recovered
a fumble deep in FAU ter-
ritory for the Hurricanes, '
Crawford plowed in to ex-
tend Miami's lead to four
touchdowns.
"I thought we played re-
ally hard," Golden said.
"I -thought, Florida At-
lantic played incredibly
tough."


College Football Roundup


No. 13 Oklahoma State beats Miss. St


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HOUSTON J.W; Walsh
threw for 135 yards and
ran for another 125 and a
touchdownri to lead the No.
13 Oklahoma State Cow-
boys to a 21-3 win over
the, Mississippi State Bull-
dogs in the Texas Kickoff
Saturday. '
Walsh finished 18 of
27 'after relieving starter
Clint Chelf on the Cow-
boys' third series. Jeremy
Smith rushed for 102yards
and two ', touchdowns on
15 carries for Oklahoma
State (1-0), which piled up
432 yards on offense after
struggling for most of the
first half.
Tyler Russell 10 of 16 for
133 yards before being
helped off the field and
taken to the locker room
i the third quarter' after
being brought down, on*
a scramble. Dak Prescott
replaced Russell, throwing
for 89 yards on seven of 17
passing. / '
LaDarius Perkins rushed
for 50 yards on .16 carries
and caught three passes
for 52 yards for the Bull-
dogs (0-1), which had
only 333 yards of offense
and had trouble keep-
ing drives going, finishing
two of 16 on third down
.conversions.
Oklahoma State's defense
also 'had three sacks and
intercepted two Mississip-
',pi-State passes. Oklahoma
State's offense gained only
67 yards with less than four
minutes remaining in, the
first 'half before Walsh got
going.
.Walsh worked the quar-
terback keeper three times
for gains of 46 yards down
the left sideline, 12 yards
down the left sideline to
the MSU 3 and capping
: it off with a 3-yard touch-
down run to give the Cow-
boys a, 7-3 lead with 2:16
left in the half.
OSU continued the of-
fensive momentum in the
second half, driving 75
yards in 11 plays to take
a 14-3 lead on a Smith 1-
yard run with 10:41 left in
the third.
Smith tacked on a 20-
yard touchdown run to
begin the fourth quarter to
]up the lead to 21-3.


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as he scores touchdown against Mississippi State during the
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respond before the half as
Jameon Lewis weaved the
kickoff return 66 yards to
the OSU 34, but a hold-
ing penalty and a sack by'
Tyler Johnson stopped the
drive.
Mississippi State
marched down thefield in
57 yards on 13 plays, tak-
ing over six minutes off
the clock, but the Bulldogs
were only able to get Dev-
on Bell's 40-yard field goal
to take a 3-0 lead. Russell
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Dear Annie: Last year, my best friend of
20 years married someone who comes
from a very wealthy background. The
wedding was beautiful.jI spent hundreds
of dollars on travel to get an expensive
bridesmaid dress, attend the bachelor-
ette party and, go to the wedding. I toler-
ated the typical "let's talk my wedding to
death," while my relationship with my
boyfriend was ending.
At the wedding, I discovered thatthe
groom told his friends and family that
I had slept around at the bachelorette
party. This was a total lie, and the bride
knew it. The bride's pastis, let's say,'
seedy. But she allowed her husband to
tag me as part of that wild partying past
-a lifestyle about which I had fought
with her many, times .
SAfter her honeymoon, she sent me a
lengthy e-mail detailing the end of our .,
friendship. She said she could no longer,
handle my "drama" and claimed I was
forcing her to chQose between her mar-.
riage and our friendship. ".
Welhad 20 years of friendship through
thick and thin., She wasn't available for
me when I needed her, buti,! wasn't jeal-
ous of what she had. I was truly happy
for her. .' : .
Mind you, her husband is a pot-smok,.
ingfast-food employee. Their lifestyle is
entirely subsidized by his parents., But I,,
never once said I thought her husband '
was a loser, even though he treated me
terribly at the wedding. Whywould my'
friend do this to me?
S '- HURTING IN MIAMI
Dear Hurting: We think your friend is
intimidated by her boyfriend and his
family, and the request to cutyou off
came from him. This could simply be,
a gesture of shedding her old life and
starting over, and your feelings toward
her groom maybe more apparent than
you realize. But it could also be more
insidious- he could be`a controlling
husband who wants to isolate her. .Please
see.if you can meet with'herin person.'
S Otherwise, send her an email saying you
are sorry she feels the friendship must
efid,' you will miss her, and you are


Mark Twain said, "Necessity is the ,
mother of taking chances." .
At the bridge table, the more chances s
you have to makeyour contract, the. .
better.. ..',. . ...
In today's deal, South ended in five
cl ubs. West led the heart two. East won
.with the queen and, with nothing better
,to do, continued with the heat ace. After
ruffing, what should South have done?
J I north suffered greatly on the second
.round of the auction. After opening
-one diamond, hearing East overcall one
. heart, and having partner respond two
clubs, what could he do? Nothing was
: perfect. Eventually, he'chose.three'clubs
as the least evil. Then South cue-bid
S three hearts, asking his partner to bid
three no-trump withaheart stopper.
When North could not, South settled into
S five clubs.' . ..
'$ou.th started with 10 top tricks: two
spades, one diamond and seven clubs.
He needed 'either a third spade or second
diamond.- Declarer irditiall]v wondered if
either finesse would work, but then he
S saw Iv had a better lineof play.
South drew trumps, then maximized
his chance for three spade tricks by
playing a spade to dummy's ace and
leading a spade to his king. When the
queen appeared, he was playing for an,


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SENrTEIRTAIINMENT


available if she ever needs you.

Dear Annie: My husband told his cous-
in that she and her husband are always
welcome tp stay at our house. That was
two years ago. I now have learned.that
they want to stay with us for five nights
beginning next month.
My husband is retired and doesn't
have the stressful job that I do. He also
is not willing to help around the house.
Not only will I be working the days these
relatives will be staying with us, but I am:.
getting older and have health issues and.
cannot handle the extra work that comes
with having houseguests.
How do I tell these cousins that I am
not up to having them stay at our house
without causing hard feelings?
.. '. .- SUGGESTIONS, PLEASE
.Dear Suggestions:,Your husband
should handle this, but we suspect he
won't,So it falls on you toicall thesib
cousins and say, as sweetly as possible,
that you are so sorry, but.you simply:
are no.Jlonriger up to having houseguests.
Give them the contact information for
local hotels, and tell them you are look-
ing forward to seeing them when they
arrive and taking them outfor dinner.
If your husband objects, tell him the
Sonly way the cousinscan stay is if he.
takes charge of the housekeeping...
duties .

Dear Annie: Thanks for more hilarious
Setters on the subject of white-haired la-
dies. I giggle now whenever I see another
grandma with a boyish haircut, jeans
and a polo shirt. And they wonder why
people think they're lesbians?.
SFashion flash for the ladies who just
want to be left alone: Wear that white
hair a-little'bit longer, aid put on a more
feminine top. If they ditch the tomboy
look,, the lesbians will leave them alone.
,-. -AGING GRACEFULLY

.' Annie's Mailboq is written by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy
Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann Landers column.
Please.email your questions-to anniesmailbox@
comcast.net, or write to:"Annie's Mailbox, co Creators.
Syndicate, 737 ,3rd Street, Hermosa Bieach, CA 9025 '.


Horoscopes
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.
22) -Your sincerity
encourages favors to be
offered. With the help
you drum up and the
common sense you offer,
success will follow.:
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct.
'23) -You'll face a diif-
:ference of opinion that
could be a turning point
in an important relation-
ship. Carefully weigh the
'alternatives.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
.22) -Try new ways to
improve your financial
situation. The changes
you make will motivate
you to pursue creative
goals.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov.
'23-Dec. 21) Someone'
will be making unusual
Demands ot interfering
in your personal affairs.
SThe less information you
share, the better.
.CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-
Jan. 19) -- Spend some,
time with someone spe-
cial. Share the thoughts
that have been weighing
you and you'll receive
some unexpected help.
SAQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) Don't allow anyone
to ruin your chance to,
':; achieve success and hap-
piness. Lay down ground
,.rules and take action.
PISCES (Feb.;20-March.
'20)-You'll have to pur-i
sue your quest diligently
if you want to avoid a
confusing situation that's
riddled with problems.
ARIES (March 21-April
19) Indecisiveness can
be a blessing. The longer
you wait, the more you
will ultimately receive. A
physical challenge will
'.boost your confidence. ,
TAURUS (April 20-May
20)--Getting out and
doing things will open
your mind'to options
that you have failed to
consider.
GEMINI (May 21-June
20) Spend tine with
someone who has caught
your interest. Getting out
of your rut will lead to
'new beginnings.
CANCER (June 21-July
22) -You're in a good
cycle to explore your ,
creative skills and to ap-
ply them to ahobby or
remunerativelproject.
LEO (July 23-Aug.
22)-You canr make .
change that will brighten
yourday, but don't.go :
into hock for a short fix
to a bigger problem. Save
your cash and address
the realissues.


World
ilmanlac
Todayis the 244th day
of 2013 and the 73rd day 2
of summer..'- .-
TODAY'S HISTORY '.
In 1897, the first section
of Boston's subway system
the first underground..
public transportation in
the U.S.- opened.
In 1902,.' ATrip to the :
Moon," widely considered
the first science fiction
film, was released in .
France..
''.In 1939, Germany [
invaded Poland, marking
the beginning of World
War, II.
,n 1985, American
and French researchers
discovered the wreckage
of the luxury Uner Titanic
on the ocean floor near
Newfoundland.
In 2904, Chechen
militants took more than.,
1,100 people hostage at a
school in Beslan, Russia.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS .
E, ngelbert Humperdinck.
'(1854-1921), composer;,
Edgar Rice Burroughs
(1875-1950), author/jour-,
nalist; Richard Farn-
sWorth (1920-2000), actors
Rocky Mareiano (1923-
1969), boxer. 9
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queen-fouith of spades, South would
have still had the diamond finesse on the
backbumner. .
The bidding does affect the odds here,
but that is hard to quantify. A priori, one.
of two finesses will work 76 percent of
the time. The recommended play comes
in at 88.5 percent.


CELEBRITY CIPHER
by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present..
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arrested with gum
atTexas airport
DALLAS- The wife c
rock musician Ted Nu-
gent has been.arrested
after a handgun was
found in her carry-on
luggage at an airport
security checkpoint.
Police .confirmed.
Friday that 51-year-old
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was taken into custody
at Dallas/FortWorth
International'AirpOrt.:
An incident report .
of said Nugent told police,
she forgot the weapon
was n her bag while .
trying to 'catch a flight,.'
Thursday to Fort Lau-
derdale, Fla. She told
police she began carry-
*ing the handgun after
I receiving death threats.
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Outdoors


Bad locales to avoid while outdoors


*X Tears ago I took a
Y wrong exit offi-85 in,
l Atlanta and wound
up in an inner-city area
that was quite unwelcom-
ing and inhospitable. I ,
quickly realized it was no
place for a naive boy from
Early County, Ga., with
no street smarts and no
loaded firearm in his pos-
session. It took a full half-
hour to findmy way back
to the expressway, where,
with relief, I resumed my'
journey and chalked yet.
another faux pas up to
experience.
I was reminded of that
incident one morning this
past week when I walked
out into my backyard.
A great blue heron, for
reasons unknown, had
decided to alight in the
dry upland environs of a
pine lot on the back side
of my property. Strange
behavior. There's a per-
fectly good pond less than
a half-mile away. Hmm.


Do birds sometimes take
wrong exits, too?
At any rate, the great
blue's raucous cackling got
my attention, and I moved
closer to witness his being
chased'through the trees
by a pair of belligerent
crows.
SNow, those of you
familiar with great blue
herons are aware that
these skinny, long-necked,
stilt-legged waders are.
not built for aerial pursuit
through a pine forest...
Though excellent fliers,
they are, by nature, rather
unskilled at maneuvering
in tight places. The crows
had no such shortcom-
ings. They were beating
the heron senseless with
their wings and tearing at
him relentlessly with their
beaks. To the big shore-
bird's credit, he narrowly
avoided disasterfor a full
10 minutes and finally
realized he was much. bet-
ter off at the pond, toward


BobKomnegay
SOutdoors Columnist

which he at last directed
himself, leaving the crows
to' caw and screech and
generallywake up every
living creature within
hearing distance: .,'.
. Naturally, it would
have beeneasyfor me
to wonder and shake my
head over the great blue's
seeming stupidity. But I
couldn't. Instead, I un-.:
derstood. Like him, I have.
had my own experiences
with bad neighborhoods,
not all ofwhich'involve,
getting lost in big-city
slums. As a public ser-
vice, I offer the following
list of specific locales to


avoid during your outdoor
meanderings.
L Tree hollows Baby
flying squirrels are cute
as buttons, but they are
decidedly ugly on the
end of your index finger
with their front teeth
sunkthrough your nail.
Likewise, honeybees don't
take kindly to trespass-
ing hands and forearms,
either.
2..Pit blinds-These
dug-out holes in the
ground are just the thing
for shooting waterfowl in
a Maryland goose field,
but do not enter one in'
pre-dawn darkness in a
south Georgia or north
Florida cypress swamp.
The water moccasin that'
has spent the night in your
pit can be very crankyI.
when rudely awakened at.,
5a.m. I '
&' Boats operated by fish-
Ing guides who think they
are meteorologists As
in: "That old black cloud's


gonna pass to the north
of us, Hoss. Don't worry
about it.""
4. Boats operated by fish-
ing guides who think they
are Lewis and Clark As
in,. "We'll just turn up this
little slough here. I figure
it'll take us out to the main
channel and cut our time
back to the landing in
half."
5. Cow pastures Brah-
ma bulls look clumsy and
slow. They're not.
6. Farmyards harbor-
ing any dog larger than a
Chihuahua And don't
argue if the farmer will not
allow you access through
hisproperty. Sic 'em!"
remains a much-used
canine command in most
rural areas.
7. Hunting lodges that
serve a concoction called
"Old Stumpblowerr as
a pre-dinner cocktail
- There's not enough
black coffee in the West-
ern Hemisphere to cure


the hangover.
8& Deer stands con-
structed by proprietors of
the above hunting lodges
- Particularly if they're
more than 15 feet above
the ground and are to be
occupied "the morning
after." A trained monkey
couldn't negotiate the
climb.
9. Small bodies of water
containing extremely
large alligators Hmm.n
Maybe now understand
that blue heron's initial
reluctance to wade in that
pond.
10. Yourown home.- On
occasions wheh one stays
' too long on the river, in
the woods or at the hunt-.
ing lodge drinking Old *
Stumpblower, spouses can
be much more fearsome
than Water moccasins in
apit blind. Their divorce
attorneys are pretty
scary, too. Comparatively
speaking, even inner-city
Atlanta hasits plus side.


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S The Associated Press nalized Friday at Atlanta
Motor Speedway, where
HAMPTON, Ga.-When 21-year-old Kyle Larson
the music stops, everyone was announced as the next
hopes to have a seat. driver of the No. 42 car at
A seat behind the wheel Earnhardt Ganassi Racing.
of a stock car, that is. Those moves left Ryan
NASCAR is going through Newman and Juan Pablo
its own version of musical Montoya on the outside
chairs at the moment, with looking in, at least for the
several big-name drivers moment.
moving to new rides or "I find it interesting,: just
scrambling to land a spot like everybody else does,"
in the 2014 .Sprint Cup said Dale Earnhardt Jr.,
field. who doesn't have to worry
This week, former Cup about his status at Hen-
champion Kurt' Busch, drick Motdrsports. "I'm
completed his move to anxious to find out where
Stewart-Haas; Racing for certain drivers end up,
. next season. Another big what kind of competition
piece of the puzzle was 1- there's going to be next


ly complex for Newman,
Who is trying to get New-
man-Haas' No. 39 car in
the 10-race playoff at the
end ,of the season,awhile
I also weighing his e tions
for next year..
"I would say-it's more of
a challenge because you
have to compartmentalize,
stay, focused at different
times on different -sub-.
jects,! said 'Newman, who
is.15th in the points going
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS -into Sunday nighfs race at
Juan .Pablo Montoya takes his helmet off after practice for 'Atlanta the next-to-last
Sunday's race at Atlanta Motor Speedway In Hampton, Ga., on event before the Chase.
Friday. "it takes away from the re-
tryngtokep, .adngm9 in 'umind,
year. It definitely changes you're trying to keep an Iaxing timein
theplayfigfieldwhen guys 'eyie on the competition."' which is just as important
start moving around and The situation is especial- as being focused' on what.


you need to at any given
time, be it 2013.or 2014."
ChipGanassiraisedplen-
ty of eyebrows when he de-
cided to put Larson in the
Target-Sponsored car next
season, even though he's
a rookie in the second-tier
Nationwide series and has
never competed in a Cup
race.
Montoya will finish out
his eighth year in the car,
a tenure that has produced
only two wins in 241 races
.and finally prompted Ga-
inassi' to make a change.
The car owner is convinced
that Larson is the right man
for the job, despite his lack
of experience. J


Fishing Report


LakeSuminohuie
Bass fishing has gone
from fair to poor over the
course of the week. Activ- *
ity is very slow. Frog-type
baits and other topwater
offerings fished in the
grass early in the morning
may pay off sporadically.
Deep-diving crankbaits
fished along deep river
ledges in the main lake are
another possibility, as are
Carolina rigs with 6-inch
'worms;
Hybrids are still fair early
and late on the flats. Use
Stopwater plugs or crank-
baits when they surface.


Crappies are slow. Look
for them on channel
ledges at 10 to 15 feet and
fish minnows.
SBreami are biting from
time to time on shallow-
water sandbars early and
late ., ,
Catfish are slow, but
some channel cats have
been taken on stinkbaits
along the river channels.
Lake Eufaula
Bass fishing is fair, and
the fish are still adhering
to last week's patterns.
Fish structures such as
points and humps or any


.similar current-break-
ing cover.The presence
ofbaitfishand wood
structure in these areas is
a plus. Best baits-are deep-
Srunning crankbaits and
Carolina- or Texas-rigged
worms. Fish worm rigs
directly in any brushy .or
Swoody structure you can
find and fish them slowly.
Hybrids continue to
school early and late over
the ledges. There is a lot of
surface activity from mul-
tiple fish schools. Catch
these fish with a shad-imi-
tating crankbait. :
Crappies are fair. Ledges


in 15 to 20"feet of water
have been giving up some
pretty good fish in moder-
ate numbers.
Bream are good, but
individual fish are small as
aiule. -
Lake Andrewsl
Chattahoochee River
Catfish are still pretty.,
good. Good catches
continue to be reported by'
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 from the tail-
waters. Use shad, cut bait,
worms,. or frozen shrimp..
IBass 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 Devils Horse.


Bream are fair on crick-
ets andworms. Drop-fish
deep water along steep:
banks for the best results.
Bluegills will make up
most of the catch.
.Generation schedules, pool levels,
. and other such'information for
area waterways may be obtained
by calling toll-free ].888-771-4601.
Follow the recorded instructions
and access the touch-tone for the
SApalachicola River.Systpm.


TEAM STANENGS
.AUIG.27
W6L
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1) Downhome Dental 8-0 '
2) Family Dentistry 6-2
3) Island Hoppers 6-2
4) KIndel Awards 5.5-2.5
5) James & Slkes 4.5-3.5
6)#1 ..4-4
7) Pacers 3S. '.
8) Jim's Buffet & Grill 2-6
9) Marianna Animal Hospital 1-7
High Game: LuAnn 213. Lynn 268
High Series: LuAnn 544, Lynn 679
High Team Game: Downhome Dental 948
High Team Series: Downhome Dental 2712


TEAMSTANDINGS
AUG.27
W-L
1) Jason's Crew 3-i
2) James Gang 3-1
3) Backwoods Bowlers 2-2
4) Brantley's Bunch 2-2
5) X-Men '2-2
6) Oak Creek Honey Bees 2-2 :
7)Rlschars+l 1-7
8) We're Back 1-7 ,
9) DeadWood 0-8
10) El-Rio 0-8
High Team Hdcp. Game: Brantley's Bunch 948
High Team Hdcp. Series Jason's Crew 2679
High Game: LuAnn 183 Jason 279
High Series: LuAnn 512 Jason 750


Wtv
TEAM STANDINGS


W-L
1) XXX 40-20
2) Bend Em! Pin Em! 35-25
3) Porkchop & Grits 35-25
4) 3 Guys 28-32.
5) El Rio 27-33
6) Three Amigos 27-33
7) Big Lots 26.34
8) SDD 22-38
High Team Hdcp. Game: 3'Guys 714
High Team Hdcp. El Rio 1908
High Game: Jack Townsell 257
High Series: Jack Townsell 634
Congratulations XXX Winners of WTBA 2013
Mike Curry, Justin Thomas, Bobby Bowers


' Jackson County School District

S2013,2014"

'SCHOOL SCHEDULE

08-19-13 .................... First Day of School

09-02-13 .................. Labor Day Holiday
10-21 tO 10-22-43................ .,Fall Break
10-25-13 ........................... Report Cards

11 I1-13 ..............Veterans Day Holiday
I 11-25 to
S11-29-13 .............Thanksgiving Holiday

12-23-13 to 1-06-14.:........Winter Holiday
= 01-17-14.............................. Report Cards


0S 1 o-20; 1'4 ...... Marti Luthr Xng Holdoa y
I 02-17-14 ............ Presidents'Day Holiday
T 1 03-21-14 Report Cards I

r, 03-24 to 03-28-14....... Spring Break .
5-26-14 ............. Memorial Day Holiday

06-04-14 ....... ............. Last Day of School

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2 $600 each Call.86-436731

Cr 2 Grave spaces avail. (not side by side) |
at Pinecrest Memoral Gardens Marianna
$600, each s Call: 865-436-7314
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I Pay CASH for Diabetic test
strips. Up to $10 per box!.
Most brands considered.
All boxes must be unopened
and unexpired.
Call Matt 334-392-0260


Professional Piano & Organ Teacher
I teach private piano and organ lessons in my
home in the Highlands. 30 years experience
teaching private lessons and in schools.
Great Gift For All Ages!
334-4464226





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LARGE SALE: 4271 Lafayette StC Marianna
FrI. 30tlh- Sept. Sunday 8th. &-2
AntIques, collectibles & lots of treasured Junk


[ BUS INE SOII


Be your own. boss and partner withthe
world's largest commercial
cleaning franchise. $20K!
equipment, supplies, training and $5,000.'
in monthly customer included.
1-888-273-5264
www.janikingcom







SJanitorial Business for sale
Equipment, training and 60K
annual gross'$19,500
S 504-915-1474


TRUSS SHOP: Sheds Houses Barns
Southern Lumber Supply 334-792-1131
www.southernlumbersupply.com '. ,


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DIABETIC TEST STRIPS
NEEDED I BUY SEALED/!
UNEXPIRED BOXES
CALL BOB (334) 2194697
OR (850) 710 0189
... Home Health
Equipment
2 adult commodes. $40 ba.'
SCommodes have all the
necessary parts. Shower/ bath bench. $40.
Very sturdy. Folding walker $30.24v Merits
Power Chair $1,600. Power chair has new bat- .
teries and charger. All prices are negotiable.
All equipment in excellent condition and comes
with all the necessary parts. All equipment Is
clean and sanitary. Call Mike Tatum. 334-464-
2333 .

'TSPlexuq Slim the all-natural
Wn1kJ way to lose weight and inches
by burning fat, not muscle., "
Simply add to water, shake, &
Jg drink. It's that easy! Nocaf-.
feine,. No stimulants, No meal
replacements, No shakes.
www.pinkslimtrain.myplexusproducts.com/

Wanted: Old Coins, Gold, '
Diamonds, Guns, And Tools .
West Maih Jewelry & Loan 334-671-1440.

-* .' ^Compost Tea ,''' '.;
Why Compost Tea?Compost tea makes the
nutrients in the soil more readily available to
the plants therefore increasing nutrient uptake
and providing protection for your plants from
pest and disease., My compost tea has a broad
array of minerals that soils today usually lack.
You willnotice the benefits of this product im-
mediately. My compost tea will benefit any
.grower in every type of growing 6onditlon
whether it be for your lawn, flower garden,
vegetable garden or a much larger scale like
a farm contact me for your compost tea.
GardenTeaBySamMcGee@yahoo.com
334-618-2986


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trumpet Flute, Clarinet, Trombone,
Drums, Bells Iax, Violin, Guitar
from $27.50 MoInh or $269. CASH4
With Warranty!! In Dothan'
FREE M ulc Stand 334-79-5555


Flatbed Trailer: 10,000 Ib, haul weight; 6"
channel tongue & frame; 2 5200# brake axles
& breakaway box; 15" 8-ply radial tires; heavy
duty treadplate fenders; 2"x8" pressure treat-
ed wood floor; 5' chain up ramps; 7000# drop-
leg jack; 3" channel crossmembers @ 18" on
center; 2-5/16" coupler. $2,200. Call Paul at
334-397-4684. .


Free Kittens (4),to a good home, 7, weeks old,
litter trained, male & female. 850-272-4908.
SLarge gray bob-tailed cat
^HH^^J hasgone missing in Layer
ills. He is approximately 14
bs..He answe.| the name
.,Brutus and is extremely'aft-:.
fectionate.aand friendly. He
i:;- .;; did have a break-away collar
on when he disappeared on 12 July 13. If any-
one has seen him or knows where he is please
call 334-449-1422 or 334-446-1005. A RE-
WARD WILL BE GIVEN FOR HIS SAFE RETURN '


AKC Germwi'n Shephe puppies black &tan
Males & Femiales-parents on ste..
$35K.e 334-393-4612 11M
CKC Shih Tu'Males -born June 26, one
brown/white with black mask, one
black/white. $300: CKC Maltese Male -born .
June 21, white with cream ears $400; CKC Mini
Schnauzer Female -born April 6, $250 shots,
wormed and dew claws removed.
Text for pictures: 850-849-2637
Dobermans: AKC, 5 males 3 females..
1 have black, blue, and blondes left. $450..
Call 334-621-0352 334-775-1700


* Full Blooded English Mastiff female, 2 yr 1/2,
old, fawn color, great disposltion, spayed, vet
checked $500.334-671-0467 or 334-718-3650


Day Bed, nice wood complete set $300. OBO
850-593-6919.
Double Mattress set $150. Sofa Beige $175.
850-849-6777
Fiberglass Cap for Toyota Truck $150.
850-272-5793


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Lost Dog: 8/25 Yorkie, Sheffield Dr., 14 yrs old,
blind, deaf, pancreatitis, diabetic, needs insulin
2x day, special diet. Offering large reward. Call
850-482-2868
Pure Breed Boston Terrier Puppies 6-M,3-F
shots, 3 wks old, Ready Sept. 14th, great mark-
ings, parents on site $250. Call 334-461-9332 or
334-243-5916
S.E. ALABAMA KENNEL CLUB
'* Good Manners Obedience,
Confirmation classes,
$50. for 6 weeks
Rally/Agility Intro. S75.
Shots required '4
SStarting September 10th
SCall 334-790-6226 or 334-299-3315 ,
or 850-547-2370

Found Sm Dog: red, long hair, sweet, East of
Hwy 90 8/22. Call to identify 850-557-3070






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Fresh Florida Olives: Green Gate Olive Grove is
now open for U-Pick Season!
Ascolana "Lg"$4. Lbs Mission "Med" -2. Lbs
Free complete recipes for curing with 101bs or-
more. 2 miles West of Hwy 167 on NortekRd. .
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nowope fo' Peanuts
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Fre shelled peanuts
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Large Bowl hand painted (Rensburg) $35.
Sugar & Creamer golden crown german china
$45. Sugar & Creamer (Knowles) $45.
Chair $30. 850-263-1039
Thermostat Woodall's $70. Toshiba DVD/Video
player & remote $75. 850-526-4264


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Only full service door shop In Wiregrass.
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All Farm Fresh!
220 W. Hwy 52 Malvern |
334-793-6690


U pick Muscadines |
11 Maria's Vineyard 3940 Fortner St
in Dothan * Call 702-0679 '4


Campbelton Farm Service 5221 Hwy. 231 South
4850-263-6324 4m
New Crop Bulk Oats
(Good for Cover Crop or Grazing) $4.00 bushel
50# cleaned & bagged Oates
(horse feed) S8.00 baa
Horse Quality Hay, barn kept 719 S. Ball St
Slocomb, AL 334-886-7034 or 706-741-0856
Sqaure and Round Bales Will Deliver


TREES TREES
--4 ;R TREES'
o jo 12ft.tall30 gal
,::*^ ,-' containers
S $69S95 buy 2
. -^p. get one FREE
Live Oaks, Crape Myrtle,
Cherry Laurel & Magqolias
By appointment
4334-692-3695
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Applications. for CNA's position will be
accepted until position filled.
Mature adult capable of following written
and oral instructions, reliable transportation,
proper car insurance and valid Florida
drivers license. Must have CNA certificate.
Applicant must also pass Level II background
screening and drug test before being hired.
Working hours will be Monday through
SFriday from 8am-Spm, paid holidays, no
nights or weekends. Health, dental; and
vision Insurance available.
Jackson County Senior Citizens
2931 Optimist Drive
Marianna, FL, 32448


WANTEDD^

Paper Carrier

m Mature
* Reliable
* Business Minded
* Proof of Insurance
* Dependable Transportation

EARN$$$
$500-$800
Per month AFTER expenses

Bid for Contract at the
Jackson County Floridan,.
L4403 Constitution Lane,
Marianna, FL


ClakssaA & rivers
O.vrThe Road -
Excellent Pay! Benefits,
Extensive Back Grounid Check
Good MVR, Clean CrimIal
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SALESMAN WANTED
We are looking for an aggressive person
seeking a career in Automobile Sales.
Needs to be motivate with a desire to earn
money. Great Earning Potential, Guaranteed
Weekly Salary, Earnings Unlimited to the
right individual, while you train,
Benefits Package. Apply In person
ASK FOR Rick Barnes
CHIPOLA FORD Hwy 90, Marianna

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Northwest Florida Community Hospital,
SChipley, FL is seeking qualified
candidates for the following position:

COOK
FT, full menu, healthcare experience
,.preferred ,
*Baker
FT, healthcare experience preferred

Applications available online at
www.NFCH.org and/or application to:
Emaildblount@nfch.org
(850) 415-8106,or Fax (850) 638-0622
Smoke and Drug Free Campus, EOE


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SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR
We are looking for a counselor who wants to
make a difference in the lives of our clients.
'Counselor duties include -providing
substance abuse treatment including
psychosocial evaluation, treatment planning.
individual, and group counseling. CARE is
one of Florida's leading substance abuse
agencies, and we have been providing
services to our community for over 35 years
and we have an opening at our Jackson
County office. Potential counselors must
have strong counseling skills, and the ability
to communicate and document substance
Abuse treatment modalities.
Bachelors Degree required, Masters Degree
preferred. Salary range $26,893 $34.406
D.O.E. + FULL BENEFITS PACKAGE
(including 15 days vacation, 15 day sick
leave, 10 paid holidays, health & dental
insurance, retirement program with
401K option and more).
Send resume and cover letter to CARE,
Attn: Delbert Horton, 4000 E. 3rd St., Panama
City, Fla. 32404 EEO/DFWP/Drug Screening.


VACATION HOMES ON LAKE EUFAULA
3BR/2BA- Fully furnished with guest house
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Forestry Solutions, LLC,.
Braxton, MS, is now hiring 175 temporary
Forest Workers to work in various counties
in MS, LA, AL, AR, OK,TX, TN, FL, & GA from
10/14/2013 to 5/15/2014: Manual itinerant
work hand tree seedling planting, pre-
commercial thinning, herbicide application,
seedling pulling, pruning, and boundary
line maintenance to reforest and maintain
timberlands. Requires physical stamina.
Extensive walking over rough terrain. Work
is in adverse weather. Must .lift and carry
50 lbs. Drug testing may be conducted
throughout the employnient period at no
cost to the worker. No education or
experience required. Overnight travel re-
quired. Workers must arrive at first job site
at 6wn expense. Worker pays own room
and board. Non-local employees are
Reimbursed the reasonable costs incurred
for inbound transportation to the first
worksite in the first work week. An optional
direct deposit to a debit card is available at
a cost of $4.50 fora onetime set up fee and
a Weekly PayCard Maintfenance fee;f ,
$2.00. Debit card fees, if elected, will be
payroll deducted. Transportation provided
to daily worksites from a central location
at no cost. Employer provides. transporta-
tion between worksites. Employer provides .
all tools and safetygear at no cost. Over-
time maybe offered and, if worked, will be
paid at time and one half the regular hourly
rate. Production standard of 2000 trees cor-
rectly planted per 8 hour day after one
week of training. Employer may pay piece
rates of $25 $35.00 per 1000 trees planted
correctly, but not less than the. prevailing
wage in the area of intended employment.
Hourly wages range from $10.50to $12.96,
depending on location. 8 hrs M-F (8:00AM
to 4:30 PM); 40hrs/wk. Severe weather "
may affect the number of available hours
during a work week. Weekend work may'*
be required. Workers who hold or obtain a
MSPA certificate with driving authorization
may transport workers and may be offered
additional work hours. '
Fax, email, or mail resumes to
(601) 824-3592, misfor@aol.com, 327
Conerly Road, Braxton, MS 39044.


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Dispatcher contract position
located in our Graceville office.
Working days. nights and some
weekends and holidays, 40 hours a week.
Good clerical and computer skills necessary

send Resume to:
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ATTN: Personnel Department,
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door, loaded with leather interior, sunroof, un-
der 10k miles, bought new in April 2013, 40
MPG, mint condition $17,000. Call 334-347-1072
fFord 1996 Taurus GL Wag-
on. loaded, cold air, good
tires, extra clean, only
S 30,000 miles, $3695. Call
334-790-7959.
Ford 1998 Explorer XLT, 4WD, SOHC V-6 Engine,
Low mileage engine and tires, new front end,
new rotors and'pads all around. Weathertec
mats and cargo tray. Luggage rack and cargo
roller cover. 2 volume set of dealer shop man-
uals, wellmaintained, garage kept. Much more.
Priced below KBB. $3,500. Call 334-886-2163
Ford 2008 Mustang GT
i Grabber Orange. Premium
Edition. Garage kept, one
owner & only71,800 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' .... -. w---. GMC 2001 Yukon XL Denali
yBurgundy w/beige leather
i ~interior and heated seats.
Front and rear AC controls,
equipped with Bose 6 CR changersystem.
Comes with tinted windows and'reardefogger
also has third row seats and is fully loaded.
Has keyless entry and security system in place.
It has 284,306 miles mostly highway and it is a
good family vehicle. $4,500. 850-526-1819
Infinite 2004 Q45
SPremium model. 38,000
=- original miles. Harvest
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interior. Unbelievably nice. Brand new Michelin
tires. Non-smoker and garage kept. By ;owner.,
$16,900. Call or text 334-806-6004.
/- Lexus 2000 GS 300
Gold w/tan leather interi-
or. Air, sunroof, all power,
AM/FM/CD, 100k'miles.
Excellent condition. $10,000 firm. Call 671-8178


Harley Davidson 2007 Dyna Wide & Glide, black
w/ silver trim $14,000 low miles, garage kept
96 cubic inch engine, 6-sp. trans, flew tires,
boss saddle bags many, mustang.seat
and extras 850-557-0313. '
Harley Davidson 2009 Soft-Tail Custom with
S new RC component, wheels, rotors, belt pully,
brakes & tires. exc, cond. 13K miles, garage
kept, like new $12,000. FIRM 334-596-8581. ,


-t 4 Honda 2006 VTX 1300RS:
^ ^ black, like new, water
cooled, shaft drive, only
7200 original miles $5,000.
Call 334-648-6166


Yamaha2006' V-Star 1100 custom, red in color,
lots .of chrome, windshield $4900.. 334-618-2068.


'i ~GMC 2007 YukonSLT 2WD .
pLocated at Lemon Lot on
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B j owner. Brown/tan leather
V-'- seats. Loaded. 95,300 mi.
4 brand new tires. Priced
below blue book. Excellent
condition. $19,800. Call Todd 334-596-2925.
Hyundai 2006 Santa Fe V-6,72,300 miles, good
condition, silver in color, $10,000 334-464-7552.


BOX TRUCK 2004 Frieghtliner M-2 26 ft with
attic, air brakes, cat engine, 6 sp. trahs. ,
26,000 gvwr,' 195K miles, exc.cond. $14,500.
Call: 334-798-1221.
Ford 2000 F150 extra cab, 4-doors loaded,
automatic. 178,000 miles, new tires, runs great
$5,500. FIRM 334-596-9966 1
S Ford 2006 F-250, Fx4 Turbo
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Tractor Yanmar Diesel 1986 with bush hog &
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Call Dean 334-983-3164.


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LF160221


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 32-2010-CA-000630
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.
Plaintiff,

v. '

TERESA SMITH A/K/A TERESA HANVEY; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF TERESA SMITH; UNKNOWN
TENANT 1; UNKNOWN TENANT 2; AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UN-
DER OR AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS, WHO (IS/ARE) NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIM AS HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES, SPOUSES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure en-
tered on August 12,2013, in this cause, in the
Circuit Court of Jackson County, Flbrida, the
clerk shall sell the' property situated in Jackson
County, Florida, described as:

THAT PART OF LOT 1, BLOCK 5, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT AND SURVEY OF W.A'. JERKINS IN
THE TOWN OF COMPASS LAKE, FLORIDA, LY-
ING WITHIN 260 FEET OF THE CENTER LINE OF
STATE ROAD N. 231, FORMERLY STATE ROAD
75, AND BEFORE'THAT STATEROAD 20,.BEING
IN THE SW 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4, SECTION 1,
TOWNSHIP 2,NORTH, RANGE 12 WEST, IN JACK-
SON COUNTY, FLORIDA, LESS AND EXCEPT THE
WEST 210 FEET THEREOF.

a/k/a 2513 KELSEY LN., ALFORD, FL 32420-7135

at public sale, to the highest and jest bidder, L
for cash, at the North door of thePJackson
County Courthouse, 4445 Lafayette Street, Ma-
rianna, FL 32446, on September 12, 2013 at
11:00 AM.

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

Douglas C. Zahm, P.A. .
Email Address: efiling@dczahm.com -
12425 28th Street North, Suite 200
St. Petersburg, FL 33716 -
Telephone No. (727) 536-4911
Attorney for the Plaintiff ,


/s/ By: Tammy Bailey
Clerk of Circuit Court


IF-YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO
NEEDS ANYACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO
PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED,:AT NO EXTRA COST TO YOU, TO, THE
PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE
CONTACT JANE CHAFIN, COURT MANAGER, ;
P.O.'BOX51q, MARIANNA, FL32447, 850-482-
9552, WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RE-
CEIPT OF THIS SUMMONS. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL TDD 1-800-955-
8771 OR 1-800-955-8770 (V) VIA FLORIDA RELAY
SERVICE. "
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, ."
S NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Partition dated August 12, 2013,
arid entered in Case No. 2010-208CA, of the Cir-
cuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit in
and for Jackson County, Florida, whereinJERRY
UPSHAW, is the Plaintiff and JAMES
MCCREARY, VELOCITY INVESTMENTS, LLC,
JOHN EDWARD RYLES,.who is not known to be
either dead or 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 herein described are
the Defendants., DALE RABONGUTHRIE as the
Clerk of thie 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: .

Parcel 1:
SE 1/4 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 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4 LOCATED IN
SECTION 11, TOWNSHIP 6 NORTH, RANGE 9
WEST, JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDA.

Any person claiming an interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any, other than the property
owner as of the date of the lis pendens must
file a claim within 60 days afterthe~sale.
Dated this 16th day of August, 2013.

Dale Rabon GUTHRIE
As, Clerk of the Court .

By: Tammy Bailey
As Deputy Clerk




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bedroom It ededlGeat Spacio 1 are MLS #248281 ,
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GRACEVILLE ON
A CORNER. Cozy
a 3 Bedroom 2 Bath
'homl e with approx
1300 sq ft under air!
Vinyl Siding with
no Maintenan~ce
Sneedeid! Home has
-a metal roof, a 21x6
Back Porch and a 27x10 Frout porch to relax on! Wood Floors inside
home! This won't lat song so call today! SOLD AS. IS.

WHISTLESt This '4
'edroom 3 Bath horne
has everything you want
and smtel Over 2800 sq t
Upder0 Air, with a Gorgeous
osuroom withb ib e
S Ceilings with Windows
from Floor s ceiatingo
b ieirl overlooking the bckygrar
The Family Room Boasts
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touch the main kitchen and do all yourecookinr in tho 2nd Full private kitchen. There is a
2 car attached garage white a bonus room which hasoocentr air and the detached garage
is large enough to store your tose IThere is another bedroom over the detached garage.
The GORGEOUS back patio is perfect for'entertaininr ypur onestsI
JGOMPILETELY
REM.ODELLED
2 BEDROOM 1
BATH HOME! The
Kitchen is open
to the living area
and has stainless
steel appliances,
flat top stove, new' handmade countertops and, cabinets.
Original hardwood FloorH throughout with No carpeting!
Remodeled Bathroom! Large,3H acre*lot has a'huge
backyard! Central Heat and air'with all new! duict work
MLS #248385 -
WATERFRONTh Home

1 bath home with'
1000 sq overlookingg
*Rlake! Lorge Decward
with deck perfect for
relasiagl Kitchen and
baths have had some
pdatest Living room
and Master bedroom overlook thes watertFtreplace in living tooth Lrivate
driveway In home! Call today forpoetHpesonaldohowingfl r otS 247509,
hMXUsEen ATTRCIE HOMn E eo
tINSIDE ADOR Tttt4
Bedgargse LSta-lBatswith,
almost 20000iteqfCarder airt
Relax 'on the wrapaound
~ ~ ~porch or docke'In the
hactyard,, Thelivingr r,, oomI
teas vatlted ceilings with gee
fiterplace and Franchs 9ars
leading to the Lorge tenced
backyard, 16v35 granite post,
Hardwood ftiorseon the fieee
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iaiioned iusadmmorsanthedmorl and hoel hoth over The detached gamage. ML0 #014 tO3t.
,/LOCATED, H IN zNDAN
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R 7a3L-,,,)r4 Gedrom, 3
Ei., ,:,e teas htalmost
'W". :I fte nuder air!
Tie H,,-qe living room
iet'.I IThere are
2 'Cl,u Jer bedrooms.
Z ,,,- JPorch and
Heart'au. Roem. Sitting
on 5 city lots and has a
beliutiful backyard wmth a 24x24 Outbuilding/Shop! The home needs some TLC
but has hod Updated wirin8- & L--mbin- Sild AS- I". MLS 248168.
GREAT PLACE FOR YOUR
HOMEOR OFFICE Great
3 Bedroom 1 1/2 Baths
with just on-den 1400 sq
I'i Located right across
from Golson Elementary
and eext door to the Cancer Center in Mariana. Brick house needs some updates'but
canobe the perfect place for youl1! MLS #248115. Asking $71,000.
Ill IEllNI II PERFECT COUNTRY
". HOME ON 2 ACRES
,Large 3 Bedroom
2 bath home with
over' 1800 sq.: ft?
Relax, on the L~arge
Front porch with
a private setting
Large Kitchen with
& a t Huge pantryl Newer
central a/d & beating unit! Some windows have been replaced
with double bane windows!.SOLD AS IS. MLS #247550
S. ... LOCATED 082.024ACRES
-IN GREEN WOOD ON FORT
ROAB. Large 4 Bedroom 3
Bath Brick home and a 3
-car garage. Over 2900 sq
itwit a large living room,
Updated kitchen cabinets,
dishwasher. Hardwood
Iloors thru got lising areas god hedrooms. Sankfn Living moom hose O eaatilul wood
hstning Brick Fiteplace. 10a12 tcck Storage Building. SOLO ASIS.


Beautiful five dcre building lot, Paved road frontag. Beautiful big homes
in area. Previous owner conveyed restrictions, 2,000 s.f. homes.h/cooled
aBeo'min. Level land with few small trees.Ready for dream home. -
MLS# 248693 $30,000 :


Solid well built home 3bedroom/1 .SbDathS W.lots ot updates: Une ca
garagemeta! storage shed and utility shed. On one acre and close to
town. Hardwood floorsdouble pane windows,screened front porch.
MLS# 248756 $76,90.0.
Century 21 Easter Seals fund
raising party and drawing
for complete set of.Christmas
I ornaments.
SWinner, Sue Dilmorel


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SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES
4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL.32446
(850) 526.2891
Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated
SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER


Ed MICo, Rralor'
Cell1.(850) 573-6198
.. www.emccoyrealty.com
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850.526.2891,
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COTRCT OH, HERE'S TWO
FOR ONE PRICES "
7 Live in6one house and use second
for guest or mental house. Some
repairs needed.
MLS 248664 $79,900.
OH, WHAT A
HOUSE Ceder 4
bedroom, 3 both located
on 3.5 acres. Many, Many
Custom Features.

MLS 248635- e,$224,900
*OH, WHAT A BIG
REDUCTION Greet
buy on this 3 bedroom home
16cated'on shaded lot ,in town
close to'local amenities.


MIS 248263- $47,900.
OH, NEED MORE
SPACE?.- Spacious home
with 4 bedrooms, detached
c6rport and located on ex*tro
large lot that goes from soteet
to street.
MLS 248622 *$61,900.
ICIa H, WHAT A
GREAT LOCATION I
w Lovely home located in nice
golfing community. Large
rooms, garage with storage area
and shaded back yard.
MLS 248594 $134,90o.


THROUGH is this costem built
home where no ispense was spared.
Features include Coian counters in
kitchen and baths, stainless steel
appliances and plenty of cabinets tin
kitchen, washer nnd dryer, great room
with lighted tray ceiling noid plontetion
blinds, Jacuzzi tub and home is handicap accessible. Sprayed insulation in walls,
ceiling and energy glass window makes home energy efficent. All this and more
on lovely landscaped yard. Cull Bevely today for your personal viewing of thin
oulstanding home.
MLS 248415 *$159,900.


Debbie Roney Smith,
Realtor
850-209-8039
debbieroneysmith@


embarqmail.com

I FOR SALE OR LEASE.
CALL' DEBBIE i DIRECT
850.209.8039 FOR LEASE
INFO. 3BR/2BA Updated
home in the city limits oF
Marianna. Close to hospital,
schools, college and shopping.
9* $150,000
I ThrlIe Bedroaoms One fell bathl
& One half bath in Master Bdrm.
Brick ranch in town move in ready
condition. Recent ineror paint
and finished addition gooad use
as 4a h bedroom or use as family
room omte.
9,000 Or BEST OFFER
|Upraded newer manuflaured
'home 2310 SF.R/C Built in 2006
win 4BtB/2BA on 28.3 acres close
to Grand Ridge and 1-10. Spring
fed 'stocked pond. Properly' is
Fenced & Cross Fenced for Horses
& Caftle. Comer Locoation;
$189,900
Custom Buill 3BR/2BA newer
home willth over'2508 SFnliving
space on over .1 acre. Split
bedroom floor plan. Great room
with wood burning fireplace,high
ceilings & recess ighting, custom
Idtchen. Dream master bathroom.
$250,000


Bapqpnrf1Fl. 3W 3 'y *"
marybeth@Ireattyflo iarim t *63
g Awou- dsa~tni

Ret tme A :%.
*ELEGANT CUSTOM BUILT
HOME ON MAGNOLIA
OAKS GOLF COURSE,'
MARIANNA. This home
has, 5 bedrooms, 4 full
baths & all the extra
amenities.*Gorgeous oak
cabinets in commercial
kitchen with center island, a breakfast bar, large pantry, a dining area
.and large screened porch'overlooking the 121 tee of the golf course.
The master suite has a Jacuzzi tub, large separate shower, dream
closet & dressing acea. All within an hour drive to the beautiful white
sand beaches on the Gulf of Mexico. MLS 248062 $449,900
A UNIQUE MUST SEE
HOME iN COMPASS LAKE.
'rhrj contemporary -style
home offers 4 bedrooms,
3 tull baths, two kitchens,
lots of living space, large,
and oveirsized, closets
in all the bedrooms. A
wood. burning '+fireplace,
S .; screened in porches, & large'
dining recreation area along with a separate living suite for company,
grandparents or even that college student. There is a handicap accessible
master bath as well as a ramp accessing the main living area. Azaleas and
plenty of trees give this home takes on a whole new life In spring. Fenced
for privacy or that play area for your children. MLS 248340 $259,000
A GARDENERS DELIGHT
IN MARIANNA. beautiful
landscaping plus this 3
bedroom 2 bath home
is close to Marianne
High School all In a quiet
J. established neighborhood.
This' peaceful home has
plenty of space to play
or retreat. It Is EXTREMELY well maintained with large rooms, plenty of
storage, wide hallway & an open floor plan to make this home easily
handicap accessible. Garage IJas a workbench and a 12x28 workshop has
plenty of room for tools, lawn equipment or storage. MLS,246686 $165,000
COITONDALE HOME
.REDUCED $10,000.
The seller will also pay
,up to $5,000 toward
buyers closing costs.
Bring all offers. Looking
~for serenity and a quiet
._, .... place in the country?
Enjoy the wildlife, deer,
owls, fox and even some endangered species abound on this
property. This 3 bedroom 2 bath home sits on a hill in the
middle of this 4.55 acres. Enjoy nature or your morning coffee
on the screened back porch. Includes Washer, dryer and stove,
carport, plus 2 car detached garage. MLS 248473 $111,000
PERFECT FOR FIRST
TIME HOME BUYER OR
RETIREMENT HOME.
t Watch the sunsets across
the pond from your front
porch. What a viewl
This cute 2 bedroom 1
bath home would' make
a great first home, or
retirement home in
the country: It has a metal roof, new wenl, and some updates.
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
a pear tree, fig tree and a large loquet tree. Comes complete
with stove, refrigerator, washer and dryer. MLS 248492 $85,000
JW r is -T, ELLNMAmirrAINED HOME
-~IN GRAND RIDGE ON Sa./-
eI ii.. aC ES.',1 on the front porch
I-m ad ...tch the beautful
"" ".t', or the screened In
I po,' h and watch the wild
a.,, her~y, deer etc. Them
iia Pna on his propertyand
if you am looking for serenity this is Itl The open foor plan is great for family
get together in this 3/2 split floor plan home. Plenty of room for those horses,
that garden, or for children and grandchildren to enjoy the country life, Easy
access to 1-10 for a drive to Marianna, Tallahassee, or the beautiful white sand
beaches of Panama City and MeXicO Beach. MIS 248745 $315,000
ATTENTION
GOLFERS B'lIld
your dream home
close to Magnolia
Oaks.Golf Course
I n,I Marianna.
HeavilY/ wooded
residential i.O9 acre lot across from golf course.'
SDeed r-strictions apply. 1800 minimum sq. ft. Lot
shares 1/9 interest in 10.20 acres of common area
with access to Mill pond. MLS 240962 $56,000
COUNTRY LIVING
AT ITS BESTI 20
Sc a Acres in Greenwood
e s I to enjoy your
p riveacy, b ut
property Is just a
short distance off
of paved road, and
has well, septic, and 'power pole on property. A
beautiful setting for Mobile Home, or to build your
dream home.. Property Is half cleared pasture and
half wooded with mostly oak and some pine. Lots
of.wildlife here as well. MLS 247803 $89,000
r TURNKEY BUSINESSII
MOBILE HOME
PARK IN QUIET
NEIGHBORHOOD
Greenwood property
has 12 lots and is,
currently at 90% plus
occupancy. Most Tenants have been at the park for many
years. Current income potential Return On Investment is
10-12 percent less minirmal expenses. Justpurchase and
start collecting income MLS 247807 ,$13S,000
ACERAGE NEAR
CHIPOLA RIVER.
This .9 acre parcel in
Marianna is close to
a boat landing, and
has a 'view, of the
Chipola River.'It is in
Conservation, graridfathered in, and can support
one home, or could possibly be purchased for a
bait shop. the seller will pay for a site evaluation.
Make an offer today. MLS 242233 $10,900
.REDUCEDII OWNER
WILL PAY CLOSING
COST UP TO.$3,000.
FOR BUYERI This
mobile home is In a
.qUiet retirement area
in Milton, Floridal
Come for the season
or to stayl Enjoy the
seclusion-picnic in
your own yard- yet Just a short drive to Navarre, Santa
Rosa and beautiful beaches. Close to Pensacola 'for
Hospitals, Universities, Eglin Air Force Base, and Pensacola
Regional Airport. 2 bedroom 2 bath, large covered porch,
12 x 20' storage building closet. MLS 247879 $74,000
ONE AND OfIE.HALF
ACRE PARCEL. This
wooded property
Is, an ideal place to
build or put that
mobile home. On
ready, access to
Marianna or Panama City Beach. A perfect' location
to work, live and play in Northwest Florida. From
PanamaCity & Fountain area drive North on Hwy 231
to Hwy 167. Right on HW9 167 and property will be
just 2 milles north. See.signs. MLS 246853 $16,000
ONE AND ONE HALF
ACRE PARCEL. This
wooded property
is an ideal place to
build or put that
mobile houmne,' On
a paved road with
ready access to
Marianna or Panama City Beach. A perfect location
to work, live and play in Northwest Florida. From
Panama City &HFountain area drive North on Hwy 231
,to Hwy/ 167. Right on Hwy 167 and property will be
Just 2 miles north. See signs. ML5!246855 $;10,00
~AN OLDER HOME.
Beautiful farm land
: plus build your dream
,,.., home and bring your
horses or cattle.
There is a gorgeous
setting for a home
surrounded with 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 Marianne, The industrial park, and the new
Jackson County Health Center. MLS 247525 $324,500


Nice' 3BR/2BA home ib
Marianna.- Beautiful
simulated hardwood floors,
PRICED FOR QUICK SAL. 15 acres has unfinished, old 2 newer interior point, doors,
iii n;s d( i~e lii~ s~idl pdated cabinet'hardware
BR house and born on property. Born has attached 20x40 a appate d es Hast*har dwgr
'W and appliances. Has Ig
shed and two 12x12 horse stalls. Approx. 10 acre hayfield. family rm, kit/dr combo & sm storage building. Home qualifies for FHA,
Some fencing. Underground storm shelter,, well and septic. VA and RD. Seller willing to pay closing costs of 1st time homebuyer! Why
tank. Being sold "AS IS."$75,000 MLS .#248497 rent when you can have your own home, Priced at $77,500'MLS# 248418
......................__I__................................................


2 BR/2 BA Mobile home. on 2 fenced acres. Paved roads,
3 metal storage buildings, one converted into living
quarters.' Generator for Mobile home. Animals welcome.
Possible owner financing 20% down, 6% interest for 5
years w/credit report. $S49,900 MLS #248500 ,
... . . . . . . .. . . . . . . ..


Madionna On a quiel deadend street is this 3 BR/2BA home, plus an
unheated bonus room. (en H&A 7 months old. Oak floors, some covered
with carpet. One car garage. 2 metal storage buildings. Large shady lot is
fenced in beak. Greal for children or pets. $75,000 MIS #248790


Marianna Approximately % acre lot with 149' on
north Jefferson zoned mixed used. Could be residential,
apqrtments/duplex or' business.'Cily utilities. 2 BR, old
house being sold "AS IS". MLS #247182
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3BR/1.5BA, hardwood, tile, and carpet floor, fireplace, LR & dJen, new vinyl
siding, big fenced back yard, Ige storage bldg, 4 Igefig trees, all on 1.14 acres:
,Motivated Seller!, Bring all offers. Priced at just $105,900! MLSp 248387

This o 3D /2h A 'ha)bWelen




Home has an enclosed above ground pool wldeck. Lots of parking and ouatdoor
storage. This is a must seeand only $87,000! MLS# 247837


thbis ciesa' 3/2 brick
home is meve-in ready!
All, new paint, clean.
carpets, split MBR
J ^ ^* l madesign, carpet in bdrims
beautiful hardwood floors in LR, DR- and great room. Lge kitchen
plenty of cabinets. Landscaped .w/palms and azaleas. Outside
'storage shed. This is a great buy only $149,500. MLS# 248308 ,


noisnlMBeautiful executive
home in Spring
Chase! 3tsR/BA with
13000' of living~space.
Ito maryi extras to list! Nicelyn lpdscaped.with, az private
btjrackard. Thiisisa great buy atonly $199,000. 1KLS# 248082


2330 sq. ft. that mneetl
.p new roof. Fenced and
at which 2 aee solar
Well meinirened 2 BR/2 powered. Approx. 30 acres in clear pasture and the'balance in pine
BA mohiln home in a trees w/ pasture. Borders Wright's Creek in Holmes County. Make
eIryIIB hing 11e u -.B- an appointment today. Bring all offers! $359,000 MLS# 248117
bedroom has a walk-iaC
closet. All appliances included. Most of properly is chain-link fenced, .7 Wow! Come see this
ac lot is cross fenced with large garden space. Open shed 18x15, storage 3BR/2BA brick home W/l
bldg. 12x8. Front and back porch Reduced to $25,900 iBring Offers! city water & septic,'all
MS #247915 pew tile flooring, newer
M windows, newer roof,
........................."................................... ... newer hot water heater,'fireplace w/gas fire Jogs or use natural
wood. Lge groat room for entertaining. Two car garage. The seller
has applied for short sale. Offers will bane to have final approval
fo te seller's lender. Bring all offers. $99,900 MLS# 248097


Three buildings Marianna Old store building,; house and
garage apartment on Y2 acre MOL Roads on 3 sides (2 are
paved) zoned commercial. Would be good for apartments, auto
repair, H/A conditioning business, ect. lots ofroom for parking
or expansion. Selling "as is". $95,000 MLS #248793


Gr'at i lncllmenti
property' CurrntlV
bringjiig m $13001
mu Has a 4-vr lease
remaining eIllort ,n.iOirng tiusirie), a. lenaril Luocation is eaSy
*accessible from Hwy 90 and directly behind Winn Dixie Shopping


Affordable 2BR home in Marianna has appliances, n t'nrercH, 7l L alun
.:, HWf 11 urn Biue
central H/A and som e insulated windows. One car SIt,,;8 1 r,, ;
lot 3 c 0uilmrceial
garage, screened front porch, deck and storage ii .tyo 31.t000 ay,:e p
building. Selling "as is" $40,000 MLS #248792 parts counter, warehouse space, .all on 8.19 acres. Ihils not only
3 Thas location but for so many business opportunities. Make an
Appointment today! All this for only $725,000 MLS# 247093


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MSSR............................534975.
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT.......................S1,480 CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT.....
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH......................$2,500 RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH.......
FORD RETAIL BONUS CASH.......................S500
TRADE IN ASST...........................................S1,000

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NAVIGATION
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POLA FORD DISCOUNT......................$2,490
'Al CUSTOMER CASH.......................$4,250
D CREDIT BONUS CASH....................$750
2E IN ASSISTANCE............................. $500
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20" WHEELS,
TAILGATE STEP I


MSRP ... ... .... .....................................5$43,285
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT .....................$3,290
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH........................S2,500
* FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH....................S1,000
TRADE-IN ASSISTANCE.......................1......1,500


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MSRP ....... ........................................... $4 9,585
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT.......................S3,590
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH........................S2.500
FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH....................$1,000
.TRADE-IN ASSISTANCE............................S1,500


#13253


DRW, DIESEL,
LOADED!

MS........... .............M62,365
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT....................4,370
FMCC BONUS CASH.......................... 2,500
S FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH........S1,500
..TRADE IN ASSISTANCE....................5$500
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*** Pre-Owned Clearance Event ***


12 NISSAN
ALTIMA S2.5
POWER PKG., CRUISE,
CD PLAYER, 31K MI.
#P3427
WAS $19,995
NOW $16,995

10 FORD EDGE
LIMITED
LEATHER, 1 OWNER,
96K MILES
#13343A
WAS $19,995
NOW $17,995

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

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


09SUBARU
FORESTER
LEATHER, MOONROOF,
LOADED,
#13342A
WAS $24,995
NOW $21,995

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


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


06 CHRYSLER
SEBRING CONVERTIBLE
ONLY 56K MILES,
#R3425A
WAS $8,995
NOW $5,995


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

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

11 TOYOTA
AVALON SPORT
LTHR., MOONROOF,
RSB WHEELS, 33K MILES,
#13314A
WAS $25,995
NOW $26,995

12 FORD F-150
LWB
4X2, 5.0, V8,
11K MILES, #P3436

WAS $22,995
NOW $18,995


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SAll prices plus 299.5 P&I, tax, tag & title. All Incentives applied. Incentives good thn 9/9/2013.
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10 FORD
EXPEDITION LMT.
4X4, LEATHER,
CHROME WHEELS,
44K MILES, #13211A
CERTIFIED!
WAS $34,995
NOW $33,995

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

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

11 CHEVROLET
HHR LT
MOONROOF, LEATHER,
47K MILES,
#13367B
WAS $17,995
NOW $14;995


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11 FORD
MUSTANG
34K MILES, MANUAL
TRANS., #13305B
CERTIFIED!
WAS $2.1,995
NOW $19,995

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

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


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


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