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bottle


used as


weapon
From staff reports
A Marianna apartment
was the scene of a violent
dust-up Thursday night.
The fight
landed two
In jail and'
left a neigh-
bor's t Chevy
r with one less'
window.
On Thurs-
Clemmons day, Sept. 5,
Sat a pproxi-
mately 8:30
pnm e. -oeffi-
cers with the
M arlr-iannaa
,Police De-
i art m e n t
Eisner were .dis-
. patchedd to
2831 Booker Sticeet in refer-
.ence to a-verbal dispute..
IAccording to court pa-
pers filed byMnPD, a second
patrolman arrived at.the
scene to find another offi-
cer in the process of hand-
c uffinga white male., The
officer said that the white
male, identified by his driv-
ers license as Justin Robert
Eisner, hiad gotten into a
physical altercation with a
black female, identified by
her drivers license as Pau-
lette ernmmons.
The investigating officer's
affidavit indicates that
scratch marks and blood
could be seen along the
facial area and chest of Eis-s
ner. When Eisner was asked
how he got the marks, he
said-thht he and Clemmons
had gotten into a fight and
that Clemmons had hit him
in the head with a whiskey
bottle and scratched him
on the chest.
Eisner then said that as
Clemmons' was walking
outside from the residence,
he grabbed a" bottle and
threw it'at her, but'missed.
Instead, the bottle hit a
See BRAWL, Page 9A


Woman-

arrested in

card theft
Frornm staff reports
Sheriff's deputies, arrest-,
ed a former nursing home
employee after she alleg-
edly used the bank card of a
,- residerntwho
was in her
care when
she worked
for a, local
facility. -The
victim's card
I ..... 'U was used to.


.Leuildiu
Sl go on 4 mid-
. night shopping spree.
According to court docu-
ments filed by the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office,
on Aug. 13, it was discov-
ered that an electronic
bank transfer card belong-
ing to an elderly, disabled
See THEFT, Page 9A
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Informing more than 17,000 readers daily in print and online


....I... _i... Vol. 90 1o. 189



Chamber tips hat to politicians


Coley, Nichols

headline

annual event
BYANGIE COOKr
acook@jcfloridan.com


MARIANNA The Jack-
son County Chamber of
Commerce Friday mom-
ing took time to recognize
local elected officials and
thank them for their ser-
vice to the citizens of our
area.
The well-attended First
Friday event brought the
early birds out for a 7 a.m.
breakfast at the Jackson
Cduntv Agricultural Com-
plex; some networking
time and an impressive Rep. Marti
double-bill Iof speakers: education
Florida House of Repre- eucaon
sentatives Speaker pro ber exec--
tempore Marti Coley, R- ognized
Mariarnna, and Depart- officials
meant of Management tendance
Services Secretary Craig J. about tt
Nichols. moving t
As the morning meal and intro
was wrapping up,' Chain- speakers.


HAN, l4Plhllf l.,'iHflOAr
SColey answers a question about Common Core
standards during the First Friday Power Breakfast.


Jeff Massey rec-
those elected
who were in at-
and then set
ie business of
ie program along
during the day's


SFirst up was Nichols,
whq was appointed in
2012 to the DMS top spot.
The agency secretary
spoke briefly about. the
years of business experi-
ence he gained in the pri-
vate sector, working for


Shelter kicks off sponsorship

drive, plans adoption events


Support, board
members needed
From staff reports
Partners for Pets
is gearing up for a
sponsorship drive
and the no-kill ani-
mal shelter is looking
to the local business
community for help.
For a monthly do-
nation of $10, busi-
nesses will receive
a "Proud Sponsor
of Partners for Pets"
window decal to dis-
play in their store or
office.
Sponsors will also
receive shelter flyers
to hand out and have
the name of their
Business posted on a
sponsorship board to
be displayed at every
Partners for Pets ben-,
efit and on the board:
at the shelter site.
Sponsors receive the.
organization's news-
letters and are always
welcome to attend


shelter benefits.
If your business is
interested in help-
ing to support an
organization that
helps find homes for
abandoned and stray
animals in lackson
and surrounding
counties, contact


the Partners for Pets
Phil' Rotolo Memo-
rial Animal Shelter at
482-4570.
For those with a
passion for helping
animals who'd like
to be more involved
See ANIMALS, Page 9A


both global and domestic
companies, before joining
DMS.
On his introduction to
Florida politics, Nichols
relayed an experience he
had `-while:
working for
a Florida
company
that 'had
plans 'to*
acquire an-
Nichls Iother firm,
Nichols .1,8 1 ,_ *
lose 15,(
jobs and move corporate,
headquarters out of state.
Nichols, a Midwestern
native who's lived in the
Sunshine State over 20'
years, says there was a
contingency at the: com-
pany that wanted to halt
the HQ move and looked
to the State Capital for
help doing so. But, ac-
cording to him, there
was no help to be found.
Nichols says he was told,
"Don't bother. Nobody in
Tallahassee cares."
SNow) he says, things
have changed. '
Nichols touts the efforts


ofthe Scott administration
as creating a business-
friendly environment in
Florida, a message the
governor is often repeat-
ing. The secretary noted
several high-profile com-
panies that are bringing
jobs to the state -- Ama-
zon, TimeWarner, Verizon,
Northrop Grumman and
more -- and highlighted
expansion work being
done to the state's ports.
' "Long-term," he said,
"you're going to see Florida
become not just a place to
retire and get a suntan."
Nichols acknowledged
that he may have sounded
like he was "bragging," but
admitted where he picked
up that skill.
"I-did live in Texas for
a little while and that's
where I learned how to do
it."
People in Florida, he
said, have a lot to brag
about.
Massey thanked Nichols
for. addressing the First
See CHAMBER. Page 8A


September is National


Preparedness Month


JCEM DIRECTOR RODNEY E.
ANDREASEN
Special to the Flonridan

The month of September has
been designated National Pre-
paredness Month and the Jack-
son County Emergency Manage-
ment Office is asking all residents
to take a moment to review their
plans for such actions.
Although the month has been
set aside to complete this, pre-
fparedness should
be a year-round,
activity. The over-
all goal of this
imonthis to engage
the public to make
preparedness-' -a
Arese part of their daily
Andreasen
A a lives and just not
for one single month. National
Preparedness Month is geared
towards building awareness and
encouraging Americans to take
steps to prepare for emergencies
in their homes, schools, organi-
zations, businesses and places
of worship. This entails develop-
ing the idea of community re-
silience to ensure a continuum


across all lines involved in the
community.
Building community resilience
requires close coordination with
government, emergency man-
agers, public and private and
sectors, as well as individuals to
plan for the needs of the whole
community.
Community resilience is one:
of the nation's most important
ideas to organize programs to
improve resilience against all-
hazards throughourthe country.
It involves individuals engaged
in preparedness and those who
want to be engaged in prepared-
ness at all levels of the com-
munity. By engaging the whole
community, individuals from
families to businesses ,can take
actions that will strengthen
their own personal, family and
community preparedness capa-
bilities. These actions bridge the
gap between all levels of govern-
ment and the public, through
emergency preparedness edu-
cation there by expanding the:'
emergency management team
See PREPAREDNESS, Page 9A


KNIT AND PURL


Leona Peacock (left), and Janet Revell laugh during Friday's meeting of the Hooks and
Needles club in Marianna,


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Lynn Lowenthal demonstrates some crocheting during Friday's
meeting.
ome came to learn and others came to
teach Friday during the weekly meeting
of the Hooks and Needles club at the
Jackson County Public Library in Marianna.
The group meets Fridays at 10 a.m.


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Commudity Calendar


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 8p.m. in
the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
5429 College Drive, Graceville.

MONDAY, SEPT. 9
i Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's
SBuffet & (rill, 4329 Lafayette St<, Marianna. Call
482-2005. . "
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.
Cottondale Commission Meeting 6 p.m. City
Hall, 2659 Front St., Cpt'tondale. Call 352-4361.
Chipola Beekeepers 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. '
* Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First UriitedMethodist
SChUrch, 2901 Caledonia St., Mariahna.

S. TUESDAY, SEPT. 10
Jackson County School Board Special -Meet- ,
ing -7 a.m. at 2903 Jefferson St., Marianna. Board
meets to approve 20-12-2013 Annual Financial : '
Report.Agenda onlineat JCSB.org. Public welcome.
Call 482.1200. .'
St. Anne Thrift Store Hours -9'a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays at 4285 Second Ave. in
Marianna. New line of fall attire in. Call 482-3734.
Optimist Club of Jackson County Board Meet-


Syou are in the right place). Meat furnished; bring,, FRIDAY, SEPT. 13 ....,.
sides and desserts. Dinner is followed by a 7 p m. C Country Bumpkins 4-H Yardsale Fundraiser
business meetingwith guestspeaker Dr. Joe Gay 7a.m. to 5pm.in CypressPark, U.S. 90,Cypress..
.discussing chest pain. Call 482-3744. Proceeds will-help send kids to camp.
SGenealogy 101- 6-7:30 p.m. Sept..10,17 and Call 272-3728. '
24, at the Jackson County Public Library, 2929 FleaAcrsslorida/Chatthchee Main
Green-St. in Marianna.This three-session course c FleaAcrossF!orida/Chattahoochee Main
'Green-St. n Marianna..This 'thrpee-session course Street Artisan ieair, -8 am. to 5 pm h.EDT (7 a m.,
for budding genealogists has tips and strategies on AtsnT r- m to 5m./ E (
how to construct your family tree, Materials fee: ,$2. f vt o'CT)o Se 14 at't Jn
Register today to hold your place..Pavllion,corner of.U.S. 90 and Main Street, Chatta
gst hoochee; The Flea Across Florida Yard Sale and CMS
Ca 4 8 Artisan Fair is a two-day event with deals and unique
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 items. Chattaburger Revisited FoodCart will sell .
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist .. 'hamburgers, cheesesteaks, pulled pork sandwiches-
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.. 'and drinks. Call 623-249-0076..'. : ",
Hooks and Needles-'10 a.m. at the Jackson :
S WEDNESDAY; SEPT.11 County Public Library. Marianina Branch.New and
PPLCS Directors Meeting 9 a.m. at Panhan- experienced hand crafters welcome to create, snare.
dio Puhli L ihrarv Conrnoratiweo Sfon noffi.o R28 .2 learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631.


Madison St. Marianna. Call 482-9296.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting loon
to 1 p.m. in theAA room of First United Methodist .
SChurch. 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
)) Marianna City Commission Public Hearing'
Sand Special Meeting 5:01 p.m. in Marianna City
Hall Hearing agenda: Adopt tentative millage rate,
budget A special rrmeeting follows the hearing. Call
718-1001.
SIn Honor and Remembrance Ceremony -6
p.m. at Friendship Baptist Church. 5507 Friendship"
Church Road, Malone. Presented by the church and
, Woodmen of the World Lodge 65. Guest speaker:
Charles Parker Captain CHC. USN-Ret and Presi-.
dent for Development of The Baptisl College of
Florida. Call 272-0815. .' .

S THURSDAY, SEPT. .12
) St. Anne Thrift Store Hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m:
Tuesday and Thursdays at 4285 Second Ave. in
Marianna. New line of fall attire in. Call 482-3734.
" Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at.The Oaks
,Restaurant, U.S. 90, Marianna: Call 526-3142.
)) Job Club Noon to 3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career


))Third Annual. NE Jackson County Optimist .. '
Club Golf Tournament--11 am..(registration,..
meal) at Indian Springs GolI Club in Marianna. Play
kicks off with a 12:30 p.m. shotgun start. Cost: $55
(golf; greens fee. cart fee. meal. chance at prizes).
Proceeds.benefit the children of Jackson County
education programs. Chrisrmas for the needy, and ..
scholarships. Call 557-86.7 or 2.09-1621.
P Better Breathers Club Meeting -'2-3 pm. in
the Hudnall Building Community Room, Jackson
Hospital campus, 4230 Hospital Drive, Mariannia;
Matthew Dallefeld, MS, RD, will present: "Gluten Free
Diet and Nutrition for COPD." Get help meeting the
challenges of chronic lung disease. Bring friend :
.or caregiver. No cost-to attend; light refreshments
served. Call 718-2849..
' Celebrate Recovery.- 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult,
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups:' Dinner; 6. p.m. Child care available. Call
: 209-7856,573-1131.
x Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.


ing Noon at 4476 Broad St., Marianna. .Training Center; 4742 U.S.90,;Marianna. Learn job SATURDAY, SEPT. 14
) Republican Club of West Florida Meeting seeking/retention skills; get job search assistance. )) Country Bumpkins 4-H Yardsale Fundraiser
-Noon at Jim's Buffet &Grill, 4329 Lafayette St.,. Call 526-0139! 7a.m. to 5p.m. in Cypress Park, U.S. 90, Cypress.
Marianna. Guest speakers: Homer Hirt and Pam Town of Grand Ridge Budget Workshop/Meet- Proceeds wilt help send kids to camp. Call 272-3728.
Fuqua. Call 352-4984. ing 5:30 p.m. at Grand Ridge.Town Hall. The ) Flea Across Florida/Chattahoochee Main .'
)) Orientation Noon to 3 p.m. at Goodwill Career regular monthly council meeting for September will., Street Artisan Fair 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EDT (7 a.m.
Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna.': Learnr immediately follow the close of the workshop. Call to 4 p.m. CDT) Sept. 13-14 at the Johnny Johnson
about and register for free services. Call 526-0139. 592-4621. : "- Pavilion, corner of U.S. 90land Main Street, Chat-
Sewing Circle -1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior )) Town of Grand Ridge Budget Workshop 5:30 tahoochee. The Flea Across Florida Yard Sale and
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482- p.m. in Grand Ridge Town Hall. Regular monthly 'CMS Artisan Fair is a two-day event with deals and
5028. council meeting will follow. Call 592-4621. unique items..Chattaburger Revisited Food Cart'
will sell hamburgers, cheesesteaks, pulled pork
) Autism Support Group Meeting 6-7:30 p.m.. Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group sandwiches and drinks. Live music on Saturday. Call
in the First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 5:30 p.m. at Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board 623-249-0076.
Marianna (Clinton Street entrance) This month's Room, Free to attend. Curriculum developed by ex- ,,,. .... ,.,.. .u,..
topic: "What is ABA (applied behavioral analysis) smokers for those who want to become ex-smokers. Grice/Barrentine Family Reunion at Hickory.
and how will it help my child withautism?" Faili Call 482-650 Pavilion, Florida Caverns State Park, Marianna.,
members, caregivers and service.providers wel- ."..)) Alc"holics Anonymous -Closed discussion, Please bring a covered dish.
come, Call 557-7146,573-4666., 8.9 p.m .First United Methodist Church. 290 1 Pet Appreciation Day Adoption Event -10
' American Legion Post 100 Dinner/Meetin 'g Caledonia St.. Marianna, in the AA room.Atteridance a.m. to 2 p.m. at Tractor Supply Company, 2800
- 6p.m. atthe Legion hall on U.S. 90 West, ne.:t to limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking: :Florida 71, Marianna. Adopt a pet from Partners for.,
the Armory, Marianna' (If you see a military tank, -. papers will not be signed. Pets. Call 482-4570 or 526-4022.
S. The submission deadline for this calendar is two d fys beforepublication. Submit to: Cohnmuniti Calendar,'Jacksoh County Floridan, P.O 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, -
'- "~era eailditorial,'icfli)r,dari ,-om fa.' 850-182-4478 or bring items'to 4403 Constitution-Lane in Marianna. .


MARIANNA POLICE
DEPARTMENT
The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the following
incidents for Sept. 5, thelatest
available report: One accident
(unknown injury), one aban-
doned vehicle, one reckless
driver, one suspicious vehicle,
one suspicious person, two
verbal disturbances, five traffic
stops, one larceny call, two
trespassing calls, three follow-
up investigations, one suicide
attempt or threat, one call to
assist another agency, one
finger-printing and four home
security checks.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's
11


Police Rouidup
two o aup s,on
S;Office and'county fire/rescue two trespass complaints, one
,I, reported the following incidents follow-up investigation, one -
-. for Sept. 5, the juvenile complaintone suicide
,l= latestt available attempt or threat, one animal
J_- C.i report: One ac- complaint (cow), one fraud
'CF RIME cident (no in- complaint, 28 property/build-
S --"------ F jury), 'one dead ing checks, one call to assist .
person, one motorist/pedestrian, three calls
Hospice death, four abandoned to assist another agency, two
vehicles, three suspicious ve- K-9 deployments, one welfare,
hidcles, two suspicious incidents, check, one transport, two Baker
one suspicious person, four Act/transport calls, one patrol
information calls, one funeral request, one threat/harassment
escort, one report of a mentally complaint and one VIN verifica-
ill/violent subject, one burglary, tion call.
one verbal disturbance, one fire
with police response, one resi- JACKSON COUNTY
denial fire, one vehicle fire, 21 CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
medical calls, one traffic crash,
three burglar alarms, one PD/ The following persons were
FD request for assistance, 23 booked into the county jail dur-
traffic stops, one larceny com- ing the latest reporting periods:
plaint, one criminal mischief )) Lasha Leonard, 23, 2925 Al-
complaint, one civil dispute, bert St., Marianna; exploitation


of the elderly, fraudulent use of
a credit card.
)) Christie Silver, 39, 940 W
Gordon School Road, Thom-
aston, GA; violation of state
probation. '
)) Allen Tumrnpugh, 54, 5417
Brown St., Graceville; obscene
or harassing phcne calls.
)) Bobby Lindsey, 42,2318
Rogers Lane, Cottondale; tag
attached not assigned.
S))Justin Eisner, 2831 Booker
St., Apt. A., Marianna; aggravat-
ed battery, criminal mischief.
S)) Paullette Clemmons, 41,
2831 Booker St., Apt. A, Marl-
anna; aggravated battery.
Jail Population: 213
To-report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
agency.
To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
404-FWCC (3922).


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-12A SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,2013


WflKE-Up CALL












Try to have something to look forward to


One of the best things
that can happen for us as
human beings is to have
something exciting or
positive to look forward
to in our futures. When
there's nothing special for
someone to look forward
to, life can be boring and
depressing.
As children, one of the
greatest things to look
forward to would be
an upcoming birthday.
Maybe, if you weren't a
twin, triplet or a child born
in a multiple situation, it
was because you felt that
your birthday belonged
exclusively to you and
you alone. Who could
ever forget the excite-
ment that comes to a child


when Christmas is on the
horizon?
MW.1l' As adults,
N g we 'usu-
allywill
get excited
about things
or situations
'1 that will
Thonmas make us feel
ViMnc t some joyor
lMIuilhY happiness.
Enjoyment .
for some of us may not be
enjoyable to someone else
with a different outlook on
life; that's why it's impor-
tant to find things in your
life that are pleasing to
you that can bring you
pleasure.
When there is.something
to look forward to, and we


know a special event is on
the horizon, it will make
our tougher jobs seem
much more bearable. Life
is fleeting, so the earlier
in life that you can find an
entertaining or recreation-
al outlet to put on your
schedule no matter how
busy you are the better.
Some people are so stuck
in their daily routines that
they don't take the time to
relax and appreciate some
of the great things about
life. It's amazing how a
planned trip away from
the everyday atmosphere,
can be very rejuvenating,
and can give a new jolt of
energy to an individual.
Even a short trip to a place
of interest can


be revitalizing.
Take the time to find
out through a media
outlet the entertainment,
recreational; sporting or
church events that will be
taking place in your area,
and plan ahead of time to
attend the event of your
choice. When a person
makes the decision to plan
ahead and have something
special to look forward to,
outside of the holidays,.
his or her life will be much
more interesting.
If you haven't been doing
so in the past, why not'
make the wise decision to
start living a fuller more
enjoyable lifestyle?
Thomas Vincent Murphy can be
reached at tvamj@yahoo.com.


Pets on Parade


. . PHOTOS BY MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Roxie (left).is a 7-year-old female Pekinese mix who was given up by an owner who had to move. Riley is a 12-week-old male Great
Pyrenees/ Border Collie mix who wasfound on U.S. 71. If you are interested in adopting these dogs, the Partners for Pets shelter
is at 401 Maintenance Dr. in Marianna. Its hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. MondaythroughFriday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday.
The shelter's phone number is 482-4570; the website is www.partnersforpets.petfinder.com.


GARDEN CLUB HAS PLANS FOR: CHIPOLA


Birth
MI'Sun Amir Jones was .. --
born at 8:46 a.m. on
Aug. 27, 2013, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
She weighed 6 pounds,
8.3 ounces and was 18
inches long at birth. Her
parents are Yasheena .
Jones and Shavaughn
Washington. Grandpar-
ents are Dianna Jones
and the late Paul Jones
from Marianna, and
step-granddaddy Bill.
Liciaga.

SBirthday


Sarah Lynne Weeks
will turn 7 years old on
Sept. 12, 2013. She is the
daughter of Danny and
LorettaWeeks'of Sneads
and Melissa and Eric
Booth of Marianna. Her
paternal grandparents
are Pam Weeks and Carl
and Carla Weeks. Her
maternal grandparents
are Donna and Teresa
Johnson.
Sarah is the great-
granddaughter of the late
Lloyd and ShirleyWil-
liams and Luvirn and the
late Pastor Beryl Mihlfeld.
Sarah has three sisters:
Haylee, Kayla and Des-
tiny, and three brothers:


Dustin, Dylan and Bray-
;'dono She will celebrate
herbirthday with family
and friends. ,


Hirt, Fuqua to speak

at Republican Club .


Special to the Floridan /

Homer Hirt and Pam
Fuqua will speak to the
Republican Club of West
Florida at the Sept. 10
meeting.
*Hirt, president of River-
Way South Apalachicola/
ChoctowhatcheeInc., WVill
explain how the group is
organized and funded,
and how it is working to


promote and develop
tourism in the eight coun-
Sties from the Apalachicola
to the Choctawhatchee
rivers.
Fuqua, as director of the.
Jackson County Tourism
Development Council; is
working to develop tour-
ism in Jackson County,
which has the potential

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SUBMITTED PHOTO
L *' *'

arianna Garden Club members meet with ChipolaCollege FacilitiestSupervisor.
Louy Harris to discuss plans the club has to landscape the entrance to the school
at the corner of Indian Circle and College Avenue. From left, are: Jan Poller, Sue
Barnes, Joann Anderson, JoyHinton, Joyce Dennis, MaryAnn Gibbs, Jimmie Irwin, Nancy
McMullan, Muriel Turner, Louy Harris and JuanitaSanson.

r. S ,. .-cout pro gram teaches ''l'
Girl Scout program teaches liesldlls


SSpecial to the Floridan

Learning by earning is at
the heart of the 2013 Girl
Scout Fall Product Pro-
gram which begins'Moni-
Sday in communities across
the Florida Panhandle. Girl
Scouts are taking orders for
delicious nuts and candies,
as well as magazines and'
donations for great causes,
through Oct, 14. Inspired
by the theme, "FollowYour
Dreams," girls can dream
of new experiences in Girl
Scouting while taking ac-
tion to make those dreams
a reality.
"The Girl Scout Fall
Product Program helps
. girls develop five valuable
life skills goal setting,
decision making, money
management, people
skills and business, eth-
ics," stated Raslean M.
SAllen, Girl Scout Council
of the Florida Panhandle,
Inc. chief executive officer.
"Girls who participate 'in
the 2013 Fall Product Pro-
gram gain the confidence
and courage to set goals
and take action."
The Girl Scouts prod-
uct, lineup includes items
such as whole cashews,
pistachios, fruit slices,
spicy Cajun mix, sweet-n-
crunchy trail mix and the
ever popular Mint Trefoils.
For those avid readers,
hundreds of magazines are
available through Ameri-
can Publisher for new sub-


scribers or those wishing
to renew an existing sub-
scription with proceeds
benefiting your local Girl
Scouts. Products may be,
ordered from Girl Scouts
throughout the council
service area or by con-
tacting your area council
service center toll free at
1-800-876-9704.
These products make
excellent holiday gifts for
businesses and individu-
als as they can be shipped
to the address noted in the
order.
The Girl .Scouts of the
Florida P.nhandie is con-


tinuing the partnership
begun last year with Cath-
olic Charities-Northwest
Florida's Care to Share
program to support their
Food Banks located across
thi Florida Panhandle.
Back by popular demand
is the Gift of Readingwhich
gives customers the op-
portunity to support the..,
Military with the purchase
of magazine vouchers..
MThe Yellow Ribbon Ser-
vice Center will send the
vouchers to service mem-
bers worldwide.
"The FollowYour Dreams
theme encourages Girl


Scouts-,to set goals and
,develop a plan to .make
it happen," stated E. 'Mi-
chelle Kyser, Girl Scouts
of the Florida Panhandle
chief business' services
director.
The purchase of a prod-
uct directly provides funds
to individual Girl Scout.


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Syria, market downturns


and debt ceiling debate


yria is in the midst
of civil war. One
side, led by elected
President Bashar al-Assad,
has reportedly unleashed
Schemical.weapons on
their rebel opponents. The
U.N. and the U.S. reject
the use of such weapons,
At this writing, President
Obama is lobbying Con-
gress for support on'stag-
ing a military response to
Assad's actions.
The markets initially re-
acted to the possibility :6f
strikes against Syria with a
large one-day downturn,
as the Dowlost 132 points.
Then, two positive days
followed, and the con-
secutive upticks gained
back most of that one-day
drop.
This is not an uinisual.
market reaction. One of
the tenets of behavioral
'economics is that markets
tend to overreact to bad
news and underreact to
good news. Frequently,
though, the eventual
rebound from a negative
market response reaches
a level higher than the
previous mark of the
Dow before its one-day
fall. .
Why does the Dow
frequentlyplummet after
singular events like these?
Iran is a major Syrian ally.
While Iran is not likely to
seal off the Strait of Hor-
muz and Syria is not a ma-
jor oil producer, the pos-


sibility that supply could
be potentiallylimited
can impact
markets.'-
Thankfully,
the U.S. is
consuming
less'and
Margaret producing
McDowell more oil, so
we are not
as vulner-
able to this threat as in
years past,.
But industry ;and busi-
nesses throughout the
world that depend on
oil from the Persian Gulf
could suddenly find
themselves squeezed by
Higher oil prices. Indus-
trial Production, transpor-
tation and manufacturing
among energy dependent
countries could fall. Tem-
Sporary layoffs could result.
Economics are negatively
impacted. Domestically,
the Fed's Quantitative
Easing timeline might
be adjusted. Interest
rates may remain lower
for longer than the Fed
had anticipated, as bond
buying continues. Thus,
the values of equities and
fixed income instruments
are impacted.I
Nothing happens in
a vacuum, especially in
the volatile Middle East,
where conflicts often
cause neighboring coun-.
tries to quickly choose
sides. Israel worries that
ifAssad is'removed from


power, it might face more
conflict from an unstable
and war-torn neighbor.
Shock waves would re-
verberate throughout the
region.
Meanwhile, the debt
ceiling debate'is about to
resume here on the do-
mestic front. Most econo-
mists feel that markets
will again be negatively
impacted by another Con-
gressional stalemate on
this issue, though markets
are becoming somewhat
numb to the apparent
inability of our leaders to
solve this ongoing finan-
cial dilemma.
Overall, this has been a
solid year for U.S. equi-
ties. Giving back these
gains due to unrest in the
Middle East and Congres-,
sional logjams is frustrat-.
ing, Employing a 'defen-
sive, downside strategy
might be a good idea for
investors heading into this
fall season. It is especially
important for those folks
who are eithlernearing or
in retirenient.

Margaret R. McDowell, ChFC Al,
a syndicated economic columnist,
Chartered Financial Consultant and
Accredited Investment Fiduciary,
Sisthefounder of Arbor Wealth
Manriagement, LLC, (850-608-
6121-www.arborwealth.net),.a.'
"Fee-Only" Registered Investment
#Advisory Firm located near Destin, .
FL. Arbor Wealth specializes in
portfolio management for clients i
with $25Q,000 or more of invesf-
able assets.


( 4 recruit and train adult vol- leadership program activi-
SC.Outs unteers, provide financial ties for girls."
assistance to ensure Girl More information, in-
From-Page 3A Scouting is available to all 'cluding a listing of tliespe-
girls, improve and main- -cific .products, available,,
troops and. the council. tain camp. properties, and can be viewed by visiting
Council funds. are used to develop and delverunique www.gscfp.org.


.~ \- -springs, wildlife and for- tural features the area can
*lub ests. The' rivers flow into attract many visitors and
V.LU ,u the Gulf creating some of vacationers.
From Page 3A the finest fishing in North The meeting will be held
America. Boaters, kay- at noon on Tuesday, in
to create many businesses akers, divers, hikers ahd Jim's Buffet & Grill. It is not
and jobs to the area. sportsmen are already dis- necessary to be a Repub-
This is a biologically di- covering how much there lican or a member to at-
verse area blessed with is 'for them. here. Along tend.' For information call
many natural features, with its historical and cul- 352,4984.


NOTICE OF LAND USE & ZONING CHANGE
The'fiMarianna Planning & Zoning Board will conduct a public hearing on September
23,2013 at 4:00 p.m., in the City Commission Chambers located at 2897 Jefferson Street,
Marianna, Florida to consider the adoption of the following Ordinances:
-
1. Ordinance 1023: An Ordinance Amending Ordinance 812, which adopted the City
of Marianna Comprehensive Plan, and 1021, which amended the City of Marianna r
Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Map, to provide for the adoption of ascertain
Small Scale Future Land Use Map Amendment (SSA 13-01) t6-the City of Marianna/
Comprehensive Plan '" .
For the following described properties:
Beth Hinson Quick: The parcel is approximately 1.12 acres i"nsize and is located at the
northwestcorner of the Guyton Street/Lafayette Street intersection, within the City of.
Marianna.The'current land use designation is Mixed Use within the Mixed Use Special
Treatment Area and the proposed land use designation is Commercial.


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Joe Carnley: The parcel is approximately 0.39 acres in size and is located at 4264 Lafayette
Street within the City of Marianna. The current land use designation is Mixed Use within the
Mixed Use Special Treatment Area:andthe proposed land use designation is Commercial:
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Nakeya and Janet'Colbert Lovett:The parcel is approximately 0.93 acres in size and is
located at 3511, Old US Road within the'City of Marianna. The current land use designation is
Rural Tranisition and the proposed land use designations Residential.. /




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'2.' Ordinance 1024: An Ordinance Amending Ordinance 815, which adopted the City
of Marianna Land Development Regulations, and Ordinance 1021, which amended the
City of Marianna Lend Development regulations to provide for zoning district changes to
the adopted Zoning Map of the City of Marianna, Florida; Providing for Severability and
for repealer; Providing for an effective date.
For the following described properties: ,

Beth Hinson Quick: The parcel is approximately 1.12 acres in size and is located at the
northwest corner of the Guyton Street/Lafayette Street intersection within the City of
Marianna. The currentzoning designation is Mixed Use within the Mixed Use Special
S Treatment Area and the proposed zoning designation is Commercial.
--.fearndthefolwndecid proposes:d' ,"


Joe Carnley: The parcel is approximately 0.39 acres in size and is located at 4264Lafayette
Street within.the City of Marianna. The current zoning designation is Mixed Use within the.
Mixed Use Special Treatment Area and the proposed zoning designation' is Commercial..
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, Nakeya and Janet ColIbert.Lovett: The parcel is approximately 0.93 acres in size and is-
located at 3511 Old USRoad within-the ity of Marianna.The ariapiaecurrent zoning designation
Rural Transition and the proposed zoning designation is Residential-2 (R-2).
RuralTranition-and the.2R2


3. Ordinance 1025,: An Ordinance Amending Ordinance 812, which adopted the City'
of Marianna Comprehensive Plan, and Ordinances',1020 and 1023, which amended
the Comprehensive Plan, to provide for the consideration of adoption of a certain
'Amendment to the City of Marianna Comprehensive Plan-to.revise and update the
existing capital improvements element in accordance with Chapter 163, Florida Statutes;
Providing a severability, clause and for repealer; and Providing for an effective date.

S4. Such other matters as may come before the Planning & Zoning Board

At this.hearino, the Marianna Planning and Zoning Board will accept public testimony and will
consider the recommendations of the Amendments to the Zoning, Map, Comprehensive Plan
Future Land Use Map and Capital Improvements Element,
All interested parties are invited t0.attend the public hearing and comment upon the
Amendments or submit their comments in writing to the Marianna City.Commission. Further
information concerning the proposed amendments can be obtained from the Municipal
Development Director at City Hall, at 2898 Green Street, Marianna,"Florida, 32446, or by
calling (850)482-2786, between the hours of 8:00 A.M and 4:30 RM.; Monday through Friday,
excluding holidays.
Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal any. decision made by the Marianna
City Commission with respect to any matter considered at this hearing, such person will
need. a record of the proceedings, and for this purpose such person may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is based. The City of Marianna does not provide or prepare
such record pursuant to FS. 2860105.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons with disabilities needing'a
special accommodation to participate in this proceeding should contact the' City Clerk at City
Hall, at 2898 Green Street, Marianna, Florida, 32446, or by calling (850)482-4353, no later
than three (3) days prior to the proceedings. ,


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Dozier search has


nothing to do with

city and its people

T he unfolding episode at Dozier has brought at- ,
tention toMarinnaain recent months. Regretta-
bly, it's not the sort of attention tourism officials
and economic developers would hope for.'
Those of us who call Jackson Cotityhome know that
the inferences drawn from the search for remains in an
unmarked graveyard associated with the now-closed
state-run boys home have little to do with the city and
its people. ,, .
We received a refreshing letter this week-from some-
one.who identifies himself as one ofThe White House
Boys, a group of men whofount themselves of survi-
vors of the facility's infamous White House. The letter,
published on this page today,' echoes.our own protesta-
tions; Whatever may have happened at Dozier School,
and whatever secrets may be discovered in the excava-'
tions there, have nothing at all to do with Marianna and
its residents.
RogerDean Kiser of Brunswick, Ga.,'writes:
"On Saturday I. drove around for hours looking at all
the beautiful things Marianna has to offer., Clear blue :
water, waterfalls, beautiful lakes (that I would one day
love to fish) and residents who were respectful and
ery courteous to me and the other White HoUse Boys. ,
Today, there is no doubt in my mind whatsoever that ,
the Marianna of today is nothing like the Marianna
ofyesterday. I met many good, hardworking, honest
people just wanting'ro live, share and have a good time
,with their families on the beautiful waterways of.that
S section of Florida."' .
We could not agree more, Mr. Kiser. Come on back
anytime; you won't have trouble finding someone tq ,
help aggravate the fish.
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State Rep. MartU ColeY,R-Dlstict 5
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Obama, Co ngress and


President Theodore Roosevelt's
I 20th century admonition that
in foreign affairs it's best to
"speaksoftly but carry a big stick"
is getting a 21st century makeover.
President Barack Obama speaks
softly but he wants Congress to
help wield the stick.
On the verge of authorizing limit-
Sed military strikes against Syria, the
president pivoted when expected
support disappeared..The United
Nations is "paralyzed," he said, and
even ally Great Britain declined to
get involved after a negative vote in
Parliament. More than 200 mem-
bers of Congress had signried letters
urging 'Obama to seek congressio-
nal approval-before taking action,
And so he paused the march
to war, or missile strikes, and
launched a campaign to win
congressional and international
approval to punish Syrian President
Bashar al-Assad's use ofchemical
weapons against his people.
"Our democracy is stronger when
the president and the people's
representatives stand together,"
Obama said.
For the president, the move is as
risky as it was surprising. Congress
Sand the president rarely stand or
even sit together, and approval is
far from assured. So while the Sen-
ate convened hearings, Obama and
,-his team tried to marshal the power
of persuasion on TV and in clbsed-
door meetings.
U.S officials say conclusive .
evidence shows that about 2:30.
in the morning of Aug. 21, rockets
carrying sarin nerve gas blasted
the sleeping suburbs of Damascus.
Among the more than 1,400 people
killed were'426 children.
Obama conceded that Americans
are war weary,' .but he asked: "What


MarshdMercer

message will we send if a dicta-
tor can gas hundreds of children
to death in plain sight and pay no
price? .
'What's the purpose of the inter-
national system that we've built if a
jprohibiton on the use 'f chemical
weapons that has been agreed to
by the governments of 98 percent
of the world's people and approved
overwhelmingly by the Congress of
the United States is not enforced?"
he said Aug.31 in the Rose Garden.
What, indeed? Once again, ,
though, the age-old debate be-
tween intervention and isolation is
playing out on Capitol Hill.
Since President George Wash-
ingtonwarned against permanent
-alliances with foreign'countries,
Americans have been leery of tak-
ing a role in foreign conflicts.-
World War I was supposed to be
an exception. President Woodrow
VWilson argued that it was in our
national interest to maintain a
peaceful world order. After the war
to end all wars, memories of hor-
rific casualties sent us back to the
antinfitervention corner.
SIn the 1940s; it took the surprise
Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor to
galvanize Americans behind the
wiar.-And only after 9/11 didlwe take
the plunge inIraq and Afghanistan. '
This time? Questions abound .
about the goals and consequences


;he big stick

of air strikes and an exit strategy,
but Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich.,
chairman of the House Intelli-
gence Committee, says he believes
Congress ultimately will rise to,-the
occasion.
S"This isn't about Barack Obama
vs. the Congress," Rogers told CNN.
"This isn't about Republicans vs.
Democrats. This has a very im- :
portant worldwide reach in this
decision."
But Sen. Rand Pauli, R-Ky., and :
Others say military action in Syria
would be a mistake. Paul predicted
the Senate will back Obama but.
on NBC's "Meet the Press" gave the.
odds of "t least 50-50 whether the
House will vpte down involvement
in the Syrian war." .
Obama needs Congress' bless-
ing nowin the event future crises
require military intervention. He's
caught between the rock and haid
place of his own words. His asser-
tion that the use of chemical weap-
ons was a "red line" that demanded
retaliation had forced his hand
while his remarks as a, presidential
candidate held him back:.
"The president does not have
power under the Constitfuition to
unilaterally authorize a military
attack in a situation that does not,
involve stopping an actual or immi-,
nent threat to the nation,'" he told
the Boston Globe in 2007.
Obama surely has learned
through experience how much eas-
ierit is to campaign, than to govern.
Governing requires hard choices
and speaking softly. It's time for
Congress to back'the president on
use of the big stick.

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


,"Letters to the Editor

Visito rfiAds Marianna beautiful, its people positive
SHaving full day to respect to admitting that a weekend that they would though this percentage of
visit thetown ofMarianna few bad things mighthave never allow such terrible citizens sayno?
before going to the church happened which might things to ever happen Has anyone- the
service, visiting with the tarnish their reputation, again in their community. president or members of
media and watching the There was a time (in the If I were a resident of Congress.- considered
exhfiumations ofthe-boys 1950s) when familyvalues Marianna, I wouldn't be how many citizens, even
at the former Dozier were clean, honest and worried in the least. The children, could be killed
School, I had time to respectful. It was a time area is beautiful and has by even a"limited attack?"
actually look around the in America's history when so much to offer. Anyone The Syrian leader is mov-
area, eat in a few of the.* morals and good inten- traveling Interstate 10 and ing troops and military
restaurants and visitwith tions were held with the, not stopping for a few equipment into civilian
many of the people now .highest of esteem. A time, days to visit that section areas. Could he not also
living in Jackson County. even in later years,when of Florida (especially the move these gas stocks into
I guess I have been a little no one wanted to admit caves) will have not expe- these areas as well?
hard onrthe town as I have that bad things could hap- rienced one of the greatest It is sad that so many
always had this picture of pen that would interfere moments they could have citizens of that country
what the town looked like with the cool Southern had on their familyvaca- have died as a result of
in 1959. breezes and the smiles tion. this civil war. How many
On Saturday I drove on their children's faces One last point; I am of these did the civilian
around for hours looking as they sat every evening upset about one'thing. I (anti-Syrian, I call them)
at all the beautiful things drinking iced tea on the am not happy that their attackers kill?
Mariarnna has to offer. porch? Walmart Super Center is It is not the business of
Clear blue water, water- Aswe have learned much larger than mine the world to put its per-
falls, beautiful lakes (that from the past, there are, is in my town. However, I sonal nose into the issue
I would one day love to many things our friends should get over that in a of an independent nation.
fish) and residentswho and neighbors have done few weeks or so. These nations have been
were respectful and very that totally shocked us. ROGER DEAN KISER killing each other for cen-
courteous to me and the Even after learning the AUTHOR/ turies. This is sad to say,
otherWhite House Boys. truth, we still find it hard CHILD ADVOCATE but it is the truth.
Today, there is no doubt in to believe that those *e Brunswick, Ga Lastly, why is our
my mind whatsoever that ,thought to be wonderful president so strongly
the Marianna of today is people could possibly do oa i l- supporting the Muslim
nothing like the Marianna such horrible'things, O arehiing Brotherhood,sa group that
of yesterday. I met many There is very littledoubt to lIStOHi to AiMliCa is trying to take over as
good, hardworking, hon- that we cannot change the Why is the president.not many nations as it can?
est people just wanting past, but we can change heeding the will of the citi- I pray that Congress will
to live, share and have the future. We have all' zens of this country with vote no in both the Senate
a good time with their made serious mistakes regard to.the "limited at- and the House. I pray that
families on the beautiful in our past. Times have tack" on Syria? According the residents of Jackson
waterways of that section changed just as things to a poll on the internet, County who oppose this
of Florida. ,have changed. I know 82 percent say that the at- will call their senators and
I suppose there are from all the wonderful, tack should not be taken, congressional representa-
always a few elderly caring young people that Why are so many mem- tives.
people in every town, I met in Walmart and at bers of Congress, both Re- THE REV. DR. BILLY
mine included, that will several of the local res- publican and Democrat, BRUNER
not.let go of the past with taurants in Marianna last so willing to vote yes even Cottondale


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'In Honor and Remembrance' event set for Sept. 11


Special to the Floridan


On Wednesday, Sept. 11,
Woodmen of the World
Lodge 65 in cooperation
with the Friendship Bap-
tist Church will partici-


pate in an In Honor and
Remembrance ceremony.
The event will take place
at 6 p.m. at the Friend-
ship Baptist Church, 5507
Friendship Church Road,
Malone. .


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members and associ-
ates nationwide organize
In Honor and Remem-
brance ceremonies each
year. These ceremonies
give members, family and


friends a chance to grieve
over the lives lost that trag-
ic day and to pay respect to
the heroes who responded.
Charles Parker Captain
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dent for development of


The Baptist College of
Florida, Graceville, will be
guest speaker. Everyone
is invited to attend. Hand-
held flags will be given to
all in attendance.
Woodmen of the World,


along with the United
States ofAmerica, is one of
the leading purchasers of
flags each year. Members
celebrate and honor' the
American flag throughout
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The Associated Press
TALLAHASSEE Presi-'
dent3arack Obama's push
for a limited military strike
against Syria is being met
with skepticism and op-
position from many in
Florida's congressional
delegation.
The president has argued
that a military.response is
warranted after chemical
weapons attacks that the
administration says killed
more than 1,400 ,civilians,'
including at least 400 chil-,
dren. The Syrian govern-
ment denies responsibil-
ity, contending that rebels
were to blame.
But more than half of the
state's delegation members
said this week they will
vote against authorizing
the strike because there is
no compelling national in-
terest to act.
"I feel what we're doing is
not in the best interests of
America, nor do I think it
is in the best interest of our
allies," said U.S. Rep. Steve
Southerland, R-Panama
City in an interview.
The rationale from those
who oppose action in Syria
ranges from concerns that
military action would lead
to a wider conflict involv-
ing U.S. troops to concerns,
it could destabilize the
Middle East.
S"If we do this, we are at-
tacking a sovereign na-
tion that has not attacked
SAmerica," said U.S. Rep.
TedYoho, R-Gainesville.
U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor,


D-Tampa, wrote to.Obama
saying that "without a di-
rect threat to the national
security" she' would op-
pose a.military strike.
'As- I have visited with
my neighbors across my
district this month, I have
heard frommany of them
who are extremely wary of
military action that could
lead to greater entangle-
ment in a region where
fighting factions are not
aligned with the United
States and our allies or our
national interests," Castor
wrote.
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Earlier thisweek, U.S. Sen.
Marco Rubio voted against
a resolution authorizing an
attack. Rubio argued that
what's happening in Syria
is a "vital national security
concern" but during the
committee hearing he said
he was "unconvinced that
the use of force proposed
here will work."
Nelson, by contrast,
has stated that the U.S.
should strike Syria as soon
as possible. He called the
use of chemical" weap-
ons "inhumane" and- that
"those responsible should
be forced to suffer the
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Chamber
From Page 1A

Friday crowd and told the
secretary the Chamber
would like to use him. as a
resource as the group be-
gins to focus on "what we
have to do to create jobs in
this community."
From there is was a quick
word from the Chamber
of Commerce's Communi-
cations Committee Chair
Valeria Roberts, publisher
of the Jackson County
Floridan. Roberts spoke to
the audience about efforts
being made to improve
member services.
Updates have been made
to the organization's web-
site -- JacksonCounty.com
- -including the addition
of an online membership
application, a business
directory, new' promo-
tional tools and an events
calendar.
Roberts concluded my


encouraging members to,
express their ideas about
communications to the
committee.
Sneads Town Manager
and Chamber Govern-
mental Affairs Committee
Chair Connie Butts intro-
duced the morning's fea-
tured speaker, Rep. Marti
Coley, -whose tenure in
the Florida House may be
coming to a close, but will
end her legislative career
on a high note, after being
named House speaker pro
tempore.
A receptive Chamber
crowd listened as Coley ex-
pressed what she thought
were highlights of the re-
cent legislative session
and made note of upcom-
ing challengesshe and her
House colleagues will face
in the next session,
While the representative
and educator lamented'
not being able to carry
legislation while serving
as speaker pro tempore,
she said she was pleaded


with the Legislature's work
passing certain education
measures. An education
bill that "created multiple
pathways to a standard
diploma," Coley said, was
,work she was especially
proud of.
Taking questions from
the crowd, Coley was asked
about a variety of topics in
the field of education and
economic development. .
Asked about help pro-
moting. tourism, Coley
advised that any plan that
could be shown to encour-
age job growth would be
supported by the governor.
On .revamping the edu-
cation system to meet de-
mands of industry, Coley
said she looks to the busi-
ness community arid says,
"you need to tell us what
you need."
On Common Core stan-
dards, Coley stressed that
they were a set of stan-
dards being adopted by
several statesthat originat-
ed at the Federal level, not


Zimmerman's wife seeks policy


The Associated Press has filed against NBC..
The couple, who have
SANFORD George been married 'since No-
Zimmermain's wife is ask- vember 2007, separated'a
ing that he pay for a per- month after Zimmerman
manent life insurance was acquitted in July, of
policy with her named as any crime for fatally shoot-
the beneficiary, according ing 17-year-old Trayvon
to a divorce..petition made
public Friday. 'WtCOMERn
Shellie Zimmerman said ,iVIdI J
in the petition that her MEM ORIA
husband should pay the
premiums on the policy Let us help you
since he "has the financial with a memorial
ability to obtain such life of BEAUTY and .
insurance at reasonable DURABILITY :
, rates:" She. also asked for ._a ,l
custody of the couple's 2- ..
yeaf-old Rottweiler, Oso,. All Wo
and 8-year-old Leroy, a/
mixed-breed dog. 'They Buria
'have no.children.
Shellie Zimmerman, .26, '
is seeking an equal distri- and ]
bution of their- checking -- -
accounts, trusts, partner-


ships and any unknown
assets-, and asked that a
judge prevent him from
selling Off any property.
Among the unknown' as-
sets is any money George
Zimmerman may get from
a defamation lawsuit he


Pete Comerford (
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Martin in February 2012.
The Zimmermans aren't
living together as hus-
band and wife, sait the
petition, which suggested
-Shellie may seek legalfees
from her 'husband for the
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a mandated curricula. She copy of the standards from
also said she was still in the the Department of Edu-
process of learning about cation so she could "read
Common Core and had re- them and report back."
cently requested a bound And from the warnings


about the heft of those vol-
umes she received from
her legislative staff, it looks
like the representative is in
for quite a read.


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Obituaries


Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Florida 32446
Phone 850-526-5059

Kenneth F.
Jones

Kenneth F. Jones age 60,
of Cottondale passed away
suddenly on Saturday, Sep-
tember 7,. 2013 at Jackson
Hospital. He was a lifelong
resident of this area and
was a member of the Trini-
ty. Baptist Church. Ken-
neth was 'an electrician
with Florida State Hospital
and a part time cattle
rancher. He enjoyed camp-
ing and fishing and loved
his cows and his furry
friend Teddy.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, Wil-
liam and Mary' Shouppe
Jones. ; .. "
Sunivors include his lov-
ing wife Cathie Jones of
Cortondale, a daughter
Chandler Braxton; two
brothers. William H. Jones
and wife, Patricia of Ma-
rianna and-Michael J. Jones
and wife, Rita of
Cottondale; nieces and
Nephews, Philip Jones and
wife, Jamie of Cottiondale,
Ryan Jones, of Marianna,
Elizabeth Smith -and hus-
band, Raymond of
SCottondale and Jessica
Bishop and husband, Chris
of Cincinnati, Ohio.
'Funeral service will be
held on Monday, Septem-
S ber 9, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. in
the Trinity' Baptist Church
With Rev. Roland Rabon of-
fiiating. Interment will fol-
S low,.in Pilgrim Rest Ceme-
tery. .
The family will receive
friends on Sunday from 5
to 7 P.M. in the Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapeili.com.
Obert Funeral Home
1556 Brickyard Road
SChipley, Florida 32428
850-638-2122
www.obertfuneralhomne.com

SBertha Mae
Justice

Bertha Mae Justice. 90 of
Cortondale. Fl., went home
to be with the Lord on Sep-
tember 5, 2013 at Jackson
Hospital.
Bertha was born Decem-
ber 4, 1922 in Jackson
County to Thamer and Lil-
lie Ann Toole (Yon). A life-
Slong resident ..of the .pan-
-handle, she was a self em-
ployed beautician for over
sixty years. and was a
member of Loewood Free
Will Baptist Church in
Conrtondale.
She was preceded in
death by her parents; hus-
band: NMartnie Justice; three
brothers: Leroy Toole,
Thamer "Bug" Toole Jr.,
Earl Toole; great grand-
daughter: Victoria Shores.
She is survived by her
two daughters: Shirleen
Justice Wliams (Bobby) of
Cottondale, Fl., Cathleen
Shores (Sidney) of
Cottondale, FL.; two broth-


ers: Travis Toole of
Graceville, FL, Robert
Toole of Chipley, Fl.; six
grandchildren; eight great
grandchildren.
Service will be held 3p.m.
Sunday, September 8, 2013
Sat Lovewood Free Will Bap-
tist Church with Rev. Hen-
ry Matthews officiating. In-
terment will follow in
Lovewood Cemetery. Obert
Funeral Home. of Chipley
Directing.
SFamily will receive
friends one hour prior, to
the service at Lovewood
Free Will Baptist Church in
Cottondale, Florida.
S Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette Street
MIarianna, Florida 32446
Phone 850-526-5059

'John Richard
Mulder

-. Mr.: John Richard
Mulder, age 91, passed
awaV peacefully in his
home in MNarianna Florida
on' Thursday, September 5,
2013. .
John Richard was borm
f December 10, 1921, in
Grand Rapids, Michigan,
number six of 'nine chil-
dren. Parents were the late
John and Elizabeth Mulder.
Family moved to Imlay
City, Michigan, in 1932,
where he met his wife, the
late Effie Vlieg Mulder. In
1939, he graduated from
Imlay City High School. He
was drafted into WWII Au-
gust 1942. He married Ef-
fie, his high school sweet-
heart,, while on leave 'on
December-'11, '1944. ,He
was discharged February 6,
J1946, and worked 8 years in
banking while living ,in
Imlay City, MIL Three chil-
dren were born to' he and
Effie while in Imlay City,
Judy, John,. and Richard. In
1954 he moved 'his family
to Illinois and was the first
"Director of Public Rela-
tions and Finance for Elim'
Christian School for handi-
capped children. In 1958
he became the Founder
and Director of the Rest,
Haven Christian Services.
In February, 1960, his
Daughter June was born.
SHe retired from Rest Haven
Christian Services around
1994.
S He was'a pioneer in the
development of non profit
nursing homes. Rest Ha-
ven was the first non profit
nursing home in Illinois
and it's development re-
'quired changes in state
statute. Under his leader-
ship Rest Haven developed
hmto a continuum of serv-
ices, including retirement
homes and nursing homes.
It continues to develop arind
is'now known as Provi-
dence Life Services.' He
has often framed his life as
an example of Jeremiah
29:,11 "I have a -plan for
you..." and Isaiah 65:24
"Before you call I will an-
swer." In later years, he
said he now knew why he
took typing, which led to
him being on the staff of an
Adjutant General during
the war, where he learned
about large organizational
structure. His job at the
'bank prepared him for
Elim which prepared him
for Rest Haven.


In 2005, Effie and Jofin Ri-
chard moved to Marianna,
Fl to live close to his son
Rich ,and family. While in
Marianna he attended the
First Baptist Church and
more recently Trinity Bap-
tist Church. He was a
member of Fred Peter's
Sunday school class., He
Was a member of the Ma-
riannaVFW. ',
MNlostly, what he will be re-
membered for is his love
and devotion to his family
and friends.
John Richard was preced-
ed in death by his Effie, his
wife of 67 years, his pa-'
rents, and 8 of his 9
siblings. .He is sunived by
his children, Judy .(Paul)
Daraghy, John. (Sherri)
Mulder, daughter-in-law
Susan Mulder, Richard
(Lynne) Mulder, and June
(Glenn) Meekma, sister-in-
law.Leola Vlieg, brother Al-
bert Mulder, 17 grand-
children- David Daraghy,
Marie Daraghy, Nicole
(Karl) Moore, Richard
Daraghy, Susan Daraghy,
Jeffrey Mulder, Jean (Steve
Hancock), John Mulder,
Jaime : Mulder, Joanne
Mulder, MNlichael Mulder,
Ternri (Grant) Glass, Christy
(Wesley) Hatcher,- Tami
(David) Huston, Pamela
Meekma, Renee (Micah)
Adams and Erica (Levi)
Seymour, 40 great grand- ,
children, and one great
great child. -
Visitation for Mr. Mulder
will. be Tuesday, 9/10/13
From 5-7 PM'at the Marian-
na Chapel: Funeral serv-
ices will be 9/11/131f 10:00
A.M. at Marianna Chapel
with Rev. Roland Rabon of-
ficiating. Atime of remem-
brance will be held at 9:30
prior to the funeral service.
Interment will be at Ft.
Baranncas Cemetery. In
lieu of flowers donations
may be made to. Provi-
dence Life Services, 18601
North Creek Drive, Tinley
Park, Il 60477 or Covenant
Hospice of Marianna at
4215 Kelson Avenue, Suite
E, Marianna, Fl 32446.
SMarianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of
'arrangements.Expressions
of sympathy may be sub-
mitted online at www.mari
annachapelfh.com

'Marianna Chapel
S Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Florida 32446
Phone 850-526-5059

Gilbert J.
Roberts, Jr.

Gilbert I. Roberts, Jr. age ':
68, passed away on Friday.
September 6, 2013.
A private" interment is
planned.
.Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements. Expressions of
,sympathy may be submit-
ted onfine at .
www.mariannachapelfli.com




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From staff reports

The Northwest Florida
Water, Management Dis-
trict has launched a grant
program to .help local
governments' and utilities'
across the Panhandle ad-
dress what it calls impor-
tant local water supply
challenges and meet. re-
gional water supply pro-
tection and management
needs.
SThe' district's tentative
fiscal year 2013-14 budget
includes $10 million to
provide assistance for wa-
ter supply development
projects.
"Ensuring a clean and
sustainable supply of
water for the citizens
and natural resources of
.Northwest Florida is one
of the district's top pri-
orities," district Executive
Director Jon' Steverson
said last week. "We look
forward to working with
our local communities to
help them address local
and regional water supply


Animals
From Page 1A .
with the shelter, Partners
for Pets is also looking for
new board Miemibers. Re-
tirees or others with the
time and desire to help
promote the shelter, or-
ganize benefits and vol-
unfiteer a few hours, are
asked to drop by the Mar-
ianna facility and pick up
an application.
Pet Appreciation Day
We will be hosting two
off-site adoption events.
On Sept. 14, we represen-
tatives from the shelter
will be at Tractor Supply
Company in Marianna,
taking part in the retail-
er's Pet Appreciation Day
festivities.
And on Oct. 5, Partners
for Pets staff will be on
hand for a Pet Apprecia-
tion Day sponsored by
Purina, at theWalmakt Su-
percenter in MNIarianna.


Theft
Fromrr Page iA
woman residing at Signa-
ture HealthCARE at The
Courtyard, a Marianna
nursing home facility, was'
missing.
Further investigation
revealed that the missing
EBT card had fraudulent-
ly been used numerous
times.
One of those fraudu-
lent uses, the affidavit
attests, occurred around
midnight on Aug. 7. at the
Walmart store in Mari-
anna. Security video foot-
age that indicated a black
male and a black female


needs through this grant
program."
On Wednesday, about
30 representatives of local
governments and utili-
ties attended an informa-
tional workshop to learn
more about the grant ap-
plication process and the
type of projects eligible to
receive funding.,
"We encourage local
governments and 'utili-
ties across our 16-county
area to learn more about
the program and' submit
the water supply projects
- both large and small -
that will achieve the goals
of their region and the
district," said Paul Thor-
pe; the district's, resource
planning director.
Grant applications are
due by Oct. 31. Eligible
projects include both tra-
ditional and alternative
water supply develop-
ment projects, as well as
water reuse projects and
conservation projects
that result in quantifiable
water savings. Projects


Thie shelter promises to
have lots of cute puppies
up for adoption, so make
plans to stop by and visit
with staff members and
their furry friends both
days.
Holiday collections
Sat Three Rivers
Three Rivers State
Park will host its annual
Christmas Light Show
during the first and sec-
ond weekends in De-
cember, from Friday to
Sunday, 6 to 8 p.m., with
an added element to help
put Partners for Pets.
This year the park.will
,,have a collection 'drop-
off point for 'donations
to -the animal, shelter.
They are requesting item
donations be ones from
the shelter's "wish list,"
which includes supplies
needed at the facility.
Anyone wishing to do-
nate can drop off items
.at the ranger station lo-
cated at the park's front


purchasing a large num-
ber of items using the.
stolen card was recovered
from the retailer. On Aug.
8, at approximately 12:17
a.m., the two used the
card to purchase over $500
worth of merchandise.Ac-
cording to the investigat-
ing officer's report, Lasha
Leonard was identified by
the complainant as the
female in the video. Leon-
ard, at the time, was a Cer-
tified Nursing Assistant
employed by the nursing
home where the victim
resides. There, the affida-
vit states, she was respon-
sible for the victim's care
and access to the victim's
belongings.


that demonstrate new or
innovative techniques are
encouraged, as well.
District staff will evalu-
ate grant applications
based on criteria that in-
clude support of the dis-
trict's core missions and
statutory water ,Supply
priorities, environmen-
tal benefits, readiness for
implementation, finan-
cial need, and the ..ability
to operate and maintain
funded facilities, among
others. Staff will present
their 'recommendations
to 'the district's govern-
ing board, who will vote
on the final project selec-
tions in late 2013.
The information pre -
sented at the workshop,
along with application
materials and guidelines,
are on the district's web-
site at http://www.nw-
fwmd.state.fl.us/pubs/
WSDCAI/WSDCAI.html.
Interested applicants can
contact the district at 850-
539-5999 or Paul.Thorpe@
nwfvmd.state.fl.us.


gate. The park is located.
at 7908 Three Rivers Park
Road inSneads.
Park employees are
very familiar with' the
work done at Partners
for Pets. Shelter organiz-
ers say park manager
Ronnie Hudson, Melissa
Hobbs and other mem-
bers of the park's staff
are not only agreeing to
collect items to benefit
the shelter duirig one of
the park's busiest holiday
events, they have helped
rescue a number of great
animals themselves, .by
taking animals that have
Been abandoned at the
,'park and'bringing them
to the no-kill shelter in
Marianna.
Partners forPets, a non-
profit, no-kill animal
shelter, is located at 4011
Maintenance- Drive in
Marianna. For more in- "
formation about adopt-
ing a pet, volunteering
your time or making a
donation, call 482-4570.


When interviewed by a
deputy. Leonard denied
any knowledge of thd
stolen card. She also de-
nied being the woman in
the video and she denied
knowing the male in the
video.
On Sept. 3, law enforce-
ment says four employees
of the facility viewed still
images from the secu-.
rity video and identified
Leonard as the female
involved in using the sto-
len EBT card to make the
lite-night purchase.
Leonard, 23, of 2925 Al-
bert St. in Marianna was
charged with exploitation
of the elderly and fraudu-
lent use of a credit card.


Brawl
From Page 1A. .
neighbor's parked vehicle
and shattered the right, rear
glass. That damage was es-
timated at about $350. .
After making his state-
ment to police, Eisner said


that Clemmons was stand-
ing a few feet away from
the investigating officer.
The patrolman detained
a woman who identified
herself as Paulette Clem-
mons and asked her what
happened.
Recoids indicate Clem-
mons said she and Eisner


got into a fight and Eisner
punched her in the face,
so she punched Eisner
back, and then found an
empty whiskey bottle on
the ground. She said she
threw it at Eisner as he was
standing in his living room.
Clemmons said that as she
was walking away from the


residence, Eisner grabbed
another empty liquor bot-
tie. He threw it at her, but
Clemmons ducked. The
bottle shattered the right,
rear window of a Chevy
Impala. '
The officer placed Eisner
under arrest for aggravated
battery. Police called for


EMS to look at the parties', County Correctional Facil-


injuries. ;.
Upon EMS's arrival, Eis-
der stated that he wanted
o10 go'to the hospital. He was
taken to the Jackson Coun-
ty hospital for treatment
of his injuries. After being
released from the hospital
he was taken to the Jackson


icy to await his first appear-
ance in court.
Eisner, 25, of Marianna,
was charged with aggra-
vated battery and criminal
mischief.
Clemmons, 42, of Mari-
anna, was charged with ag-
gravated battery.


Preparedness
From Page A

to include entire commu-
nities. These actions im-
prove national prepared-
4ness and resilience as well
as strengthen the overall
capability of emergency
operations providing, a
more focused approach to
recovery.
It is somewhat fortuitous
that September has been
chosen as National Pre-
paredness Month because
of the significance it has to
those of us living in Jack-


son County. On one hand,
it provides us the oppor-
tunity, to remember the
day the nation came under
the worst terrorist attack
to ever be perpetrated on
American soil. This act 'of
terrorism started the .na-
tion on the road to pre-
paredness that continues
'this day. Much like the
days when civil defense
drills were the norm for ev-
erydayAmericans, we need
to remember and prepare
for the possibility that at-
tacks will again occur, this
is because they have,
A second reason for re-


membering this month
is one that hits closer to
home for each and every
member of the Jackson
County community.
This month is the ninth
anniversary of one of the
worst storm systems to ever
hit Jackson County. During
the week of Sept. 15, 2004,
Hurricane Ivan, and the as-
sociated tornadoes, raked
Jackson County destroying
housing subdivisions and
numerous trailer parks.
Jackson County was. fortu-
nate in many respects in
that citizens had prepared
:and others heeded warn-


ings about the hurricane.
The result of these ac-
tions was that Jackson
County had no lives lost
although'property damage
was extensive.
These two incidents are
stark reminders that pre-
paredness is the key to re-
silience and resilience is
not limited to emergency
management. Resiliency
development involves
everybody, from the in-
dividual citizen to the lo-
cal business owner' and
beyond.
By all of us working to-
gether, the opportunity.for


resiliency is increased and
recovery easier.
There are many organi-
zations that can' assist in
helping your organization
prepare for a disaster and
to assist you in building in
that resilience factor.
The first of these is your
local emergency manage-
ment. The Jackson County
Emergency Management
Office can be reached at
718-0007 or the website at:
www.emergencymanager.
org.
The State of Florida web-
site can be accessed at:
www.floridadisaster.org


and provides additional
information on threats lo-
cated in, ahd that affect,
Florida.
Finally, the National Pre-
paredness Coalition can
provide addition informa-
tion to guide you in your
emergency plan and can
be located at: http://com-
munity.fema.gov/connect.
ti/readynpm/groupHome.
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and should be addressed
as such. Don't wait until
the unthinkable happens
- take. the steps now to
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Beach.

Good Samaritan lost leg,


job aiding accident victim


ANA M. VALDES
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BOYNTON BEACH -
Angel Soto Ir. knows how
good it feels to be a hero.
On Oct. 29, as he was
helping a man who had just
been in a car crash on Old
Boynton Road, another ve-
hicle slammed into Soto's
right leg so hard doctors
were forced to amputate.
Despite his injury, Soto
managed to spare the man
from more serious injuries,
or even death. It was an act
many called heroic.
Almost 11 months later,
this father and husband
concedes his heroism
came with a price.
With one amputated leg
and the other healing from
a fracture. Solo had to quit
his job as a security guard.
He, his wife, Eileen, and
their four children had to
break their lease and move
in with his parents in Boyn-
ton Beach.
There the family of six is
crammed into a small liv-
ing room, surrounded by
boxes and keepsakes Soto's


father refuses to toss. The
summer has been particu-
larly brutal, Soto said. since
his parents have no air
conditioner in the house.
A faulty well watersystem
means their water supply
is hit or miss. While Soto's
wife and kids often shower
at a neighbor's house, Soto
has a difficult time getting
into her bathtub because
of his prosthetic leg. In-
stead, he said, he showers
at a nearby YMCA.
At the time of the acci-
dent, Soto said, he was liv-
ing paycheck to paycheck
and just had a couple hun-
dred dollars in savings. He
used some of that money
to pay for a storage unit
that housed personal be-
longings and his beloved
keyboard and disc-jockey
equipment.
Soto was eventually
forced to pawn his musical
equipment.
Just weeks ago, his truck
was repossessed, meaning
be lost the only vehicle he
and his wife had to take
their 8- and 12-year-old


sons to school.
His two older children
have run into some trou-
ble, Solo said, including
a recent fistfight at home.
Soto tried to intervene,
he said, but he's just not
strong enough to stand
between two teenagers an-
gry because their family is
struggling.
"I lost my job, I lost my
home, I lost my leg," Soto
said. "I have a lot more
losses than a lot more
wins."
AUll Soto wants right now
is a roof over his head, a
place where his kids can
sleep in the air condition-
ing and where he can start
piecing together his new
life.
Soto and his wife filed
a lawsuit against David
Plotkin, the driver of the
Porsche that hit him that
day as he helped Alexan-
der Proscurshim out of his
crashed pickup. Records,
however, show Sotp's wife
filed to dismiss the case
in December. No charges
were filed in the accident.


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Sports Briefs

High school football
Friday Franklin County
at Sneads, 7 p.m.; Wakulla at
Marianna, 7 p.m.; Blount-
stown at Graceville, 7 p.m.;
Cottondale at West Gadsden,
6:30p.m.

Junior Varsity football
Tuesday Cottondale at
Walton Middle School, 6 p.m.

Middle school football
Tuesday -Vemon at,.
Graceville, 6 p.m.; Roulhac vs.
Grand Ridge in Sneads, 6 p.m.
Thursday Marianna at
FAMU,5 p.m. ..




and ip.m.; pdi
Tuesday- Cottondale at
Sneads; 5 p.m. and 6.p.m.;
SMarianna at Pensacola,
Cathblic, 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.;
'Graceville at Bethlehem, 5
p.m. and 6p.m..
,Thursay Sineads at Ar-
finold, 4:30 p.mh. and 5:30 p.m.;
.Graceville atWewahitchka, 5
pinp and 6.p.m.;.,Cottondale
a ..Blbuntstqwn, 5 p.m.and
s pnlt.; ]arianria at.Liberty
'County, 5 p.m. and '6 p.m.

Marianna golf team
-1Mariapna Will compete
-aiiday,.againstChiley at
Caverns Golf Course at 3
p.m., tad again Thursday
-against .Chipley at Sunnyhills
'GblfCoore -at 3 p.m.

Sneads football,

:i Sield Football
in i~~.ler Saturdato.''
~ 1j~n~a4~r Saturday" I


Bulldogs knock offlA champs


BY DUSTIN KENT
dklenti'cIlloridarx.orn

The Marianna Bulldogs re-
bounded from their season-
opening loss to Bay High in fine
fashion Friday night, knocking
off defending I A state champion
Northview 28-6 in their home
debut.
The Bulldogs jumped out to a
13-0 halftime lead and tacked on
vtwo more scores in the second
half on touchdown runs by Her-
man Williams and Teon Long.
Long had a big night on the
ground for Marianna. rush-
ing for 123 yards and two TDs
on 19 attempts, while Tommy
White added 95 yards on eight
attfipts, and Williams 53 yards
on six carries to give the Bull-
dogs 282 yards as a team on the
ground.
Williams also completed 4-of-


As Marianna's linemen clear a path through the Chiefs, Herman Williams
run the ball into the end zone.


8 passes for 38 yards, with Brian
Pender and lamel Johnson grab-
bing two receptions each.
It was a nice response for the
Bulldogs after a turnover-rid-
died, 24-7 loss to the Tornadoes
last week, and one that drew
raves from first-year MNIHS coach


Mark Beach.
"We played tough. We were
talking about the attitude of
a champion, and those guys
(Northview) all had rings and
a lot of pride, so we had to take
it to them. They're a very tough
team, but our defense played


stellar. We played with a lot of
heart and did all the little things.
We played with emotion and had
some fun."
Marianna still had issues hang-
ing on to the football and corn-
minted three more turnovers, but
the Bulldogs will certainly take a
win that was much needed with
the powerful Wakulla War Eagles
coming to town next week.
"We've got a hard job next
week with Wakulla," Beach said,
"but this is a great win for our
program and our kids. It's huge
for us. I always try to tell these
guys that winning is not easy. so
enjoy it when you do. There's a
great Bill Walsh quote about how
w6 as coaches think we get nega-
tive points for losses and zero
points for victories, but I told the
guys to really enjoy this. It's still
a game, and we don't celebrate
that enough."


MAN C iri ight.'ntumOAlJ
Cottondale's Norris Calhoun fights his way forward through the Wewahitchka defenders Friday night.


Calhoun powers

Cottondale past

Gators to give

team 2-0 record

BY DUSTIN KENT
dent,.'_l lloridan corn
COTTONDALE Junior run-
ning back Norris Calhoun rushed
for 175 yardsand twotouchdowns
and scored the game-clinching
TD and two-point conversion in -
overtime to lift the Cottondale
Hornets to a dramatic, 22-14 win
over the Wewahitchka Gators on
Friday night.
The victorymoved the Hornets
't 2-0 onthe young seasn and
gave them the first win in a Dis-
trict 2-i1A game this season.
It didn't come easy, as the Hor-
'nets needed a kickoff return-.
touchdbwn by Shaundre McAioy-
and a fourth-and-i1 defensive
stand at the 5-yard line in the'fi-
nal minute of regulation just to
See HORNETS, Page 5B


Registratkbi., begins at
1'1 a,m.,,With 'a:3;.0' p.m.
;shotguristart.Tiie!".." for the
event is $55, which uqModes .
18 holesotgoplf,, green e'. cart
fee,'meal and various prizes.
,Tp preiegister for the event,
- call.Liz'Jacksonat 850-557- :
8637 or James .Millef at 850-
'209-1621, or fax information
to 850-526-1505.,

.Graceville cheerleader
sign-ups
Graceville High School
cheerleaders would like to
welcome anychild ages-5-12
ito attend the 2013 mini cheer
,camp 'n Saturday.
SThe cost is $30"per child
-and it will be held at the high
school gymnasium. If your
-child attends and pre-reg-
isters by Monday, they will
receive a T-shirt.
' Call Samantha Seigle at 850-
263-4402, ext. 240 ifyou'd like
to sign up.'

Golf tournament
The Men's Ministry with
Christian Covenant Church
will host a golf tournariiment:,
Saturday starting at 8 a.nM'-at
the Dogwood Lakes Golf C.ljub
in Bonifay.. "
The format will be a four-
person scramble at $60 per

See BRIEFS, Page 2B


Sneads Football


Baker proves too



much for Pirates


BY DUSTIN KENT
dlent,.iclioridan cm

The Baker Gators made it 2-
for-2 against Jackson County
opponents this season, knock-
ing off the Sneads Pirates 35-21
in Sneads on Friday night after
opening with a 42-27 win over
Graceville last week.
For the Pirates, it was a delayed
debut after having their open-
ing game against John Paul II


Catholic last week canceled due
to weather.
Sneads coach Bill Thomas said
that came back to haunt his team
Friday night in a second half that
saw the Gators get most every-
thing they wanted against a tired'
SHS defense.
"Unfortunately, due to the
weather last week we didn't get
to play four quarters, and we got

See PIRATES, Page 2B


Tigers Batter Bucks


MAP i. ItINER. FlU.RID41)
Graceville's Jarrett Brogdon tries to find'an opening during a game
against Holmes County. The Tigers picked up their first win of the season
Friday night in Panama City by beating the Bozeman Bucks 55-20.


Short-handed Sneads eases past Wewa in 3 sets


BYDUSTIN KENT
dlent',icllordan corn

Despite missing three starters,
the Sneads Lady Pirates contin-
ued their perfect run of play to
start the season with another
dominant, three-set victory
Thursday night, topping Wewa-
hitchka by scores of 25-8, 25-19
and 25-8.
It was the fifth straight-set vic-
tonrv in five matches for the Lady


Pirates, who were without start-
ers Ashlyn Roberts, Shelbi Byler,
and Krissi Santterfield all this
after projected starter Madison
Pickens suffered a season-end-
ing injury before the start of the
season.
Lady Pirates coach Sheila Rob-
erns said she hopes to have the
three missing from Thursday's
action back by the end of the
week, but her remaining play-
ers had little trouble taking care


of business against the Lady
Gators.
Emily Glover stepped up for
Sneads with 15 kills, while senior
Mallory MNcDaniel chipped in
with seven kills and drew praise
from her coach afterward.
"Mallory has really stepped up
and taken a leadership role, es-
pecially with those injuries we
had," Roberts said. "She had a
great game and I'm very proud
of her. Her leadership has kind


of held the ream together with
these injuries."
Logan McCord led in ace
serves with six and assists with
29, and Logan Neel led the team
in blocks.
SHS also got key contributions
from a pair of junior varsity play-
ers in sophomores Keely Johnson
and Ashlyn Edwards, who were
called up to help fill the void left


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-12B* SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,2013


Pirates
From Page 1B
tired," he said. "We got where we
couldn't play against the run and
They wore us out. We stopped
them a couple of times in the
first half, but we couldn't really
stop them in the second half.
"The game getting canceled
last week hurt us, but it is what it
Jis. I told the kids that it's on me.
I didn't have them ready to play
for four quarters. But we'll fix it
this week and get the next one."
Baker got on the board first on
a fumble recovery touchdown
to go up 6-0, but the Pirates an-
swered with a long touchdown
run byAntwan Durn and got the
extra point'to make it 7-6 late in
the first period.
.. The Gators came back with a
touchdown and two-point con-
version to go up 14-7, and the
Pirates missed, out on a chance
to get even before the half, turn-
ing it over on downs inside the
Baker 30-yard,line with 26 sec-
onds on the clock.
SAfter Baker tacked on another
score midway through the third.
to make it 21-7, the Pirates an-
swered with a 19-yard touch-
down pass from Josh Taylor to
Alphonso Brown to cut the mar-
gin back to seven with 5:14 left
in the quarter.
But the Gators scored again in
the final, minutes of the period
to push it back to 28-14, with
Taylor scoring on aTD run to get
it back toone possession, and
Baker again answering with" an-
other score to make it 35-21;.


SPORTS


Antwan Dirn takes the ball for Sneads last week.


Sneads threatened again on its
final possession of the gamebut
Baker picked off a Taylor pass
at the Gators' 10-yard line with
1:30 to play to ice the game.
Taylor finished with 60 yards
on the ground and had touch-
downs passing.and rushing.
Javarris Goodson led the Pi-
rates' ground game with 132
yards on 10 attempts, with Durn
gaining 92 yards on 10 rushes. ,
The Pirates were playing with-
,out starting free safety and run-
ning back/receiver DariusWil-
liams, with Durn having to pull
double duty at running back
and free safety to replace him..


Despite the loss, Thomas cred-
ited his players' performance
against a Baker team that is
widely considered to be among
the favorites if riot the favor-
ite to win the 1A state title this
season.
"Everyone thinks it's'going to
be Baker and Northview, and
(the Gators) are pretty good. I've
got to giveit to them," the coach
said. "Our kids gave great effort.
They did a lot of little things
wrong, but they gave great effort
and I was proud of them:"
Sneads will next play host to':
Franklin County on Friday at 7
p.m. .. .


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player. This includes the cart,
green fees, prizes, and lunch.
For more information, call
Bud Edwards at 592-5011 or
Richard Gable at 592-6160.

Chipola baseball
showcase
Chipola College's annual
Select Baseball Showcase is set
for Sept. 21 at the Chipola field.
The eirent is open to all high
school juniors or seniors who
.are current members ofl a var-
sity baseball team. ,
Chipola head coach Jeff
Johnson is expecting from 50
to 100 pro and college scouts
to attend.
The showcase will be in a
pro-style setup with two dif-
ferent time slots players can,
choose to attend.
The showcase is by.invitation
only from high school coaches,
summer league coaches,
Chipola coaches, other college
coaches and/or professional.
scouts.
Registration deadline is
Wednesday. Participants must
provide proof of insurance and
sign a Waiver of liability. Cost
is $125.
Check-in opens at 8a.m.
Sept. 21. The event will con-
tinue rain or shine with indoor
facilities available. Players
should wear baseball pants
and bring their own ats, .,
spikes, gloves, hats and protec-


tive cups.
For information, call coach
Jeff Johnson at 850-718-2332,
or visit www.chipola.edu.

5K run/walk and 10K run
The Building Strong Families
5K run/walk and 10K run will
be held Sept. 28 at Citizens
Lodge Park in Marianna at 8
a.m. Early registration for the
5K'is $25 and for the 10K is $30.
Forkids 12 years old and un-
der, there will be a free 1-mile
fun run.
All proceeds from this event
go toward providing a safe,,
healthy and positive environ-
ment for children and families
in our communities. -
For registration information,
callTammy Dean at 850-
209-0397 or Kathy Donofro,
850-557-8139. You can print a.
registration form by going to
Facebook and searching for
Building Strong Families Event.
You can also find the details
of this event at www.Activd..
coin

Correction ,
In Friday's edition of the :
Floridan, Grand Ridge football
player Jay Hayeswas imcora
recfly identified in the "Grand
Ridge Wins" photo.

Sports Items.
' Send all sports items to editorial@.
Sjcfloridan.comrn, or fax them.to 850-482-
* 4478. The mailing address f6r thepaper
is Jackson County Floridan P.O. Box 520
Marianna, FL 32447. :


Lady Tiglerslose match to h3 sets


BY DUSTIN KENT
S dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Graceville Lady Ti-
Sgers dropped their second
match this week Thursday
night at home, falling to-
the Altha'Lady Wildcats in
three sets by scores of 25-
S16,25-10and25-20.


SGraceville also was de-
feated Tuesday in Vernon
in a- five-set match that
saw the LadyYeqowjackets
rally from a 2-0 set deficit
to win3-2.
GHSawas playing with-
out a key starter Thursday
in litter Sara So, and the'
Lady' Tigers :-had trouble,


adjusting to her absence, we were able to play a close
though ,-coach Rochelle set in the third set. We just
Summerwell said she was had a few' communication
pleased with her players' breakdowns with different
efforts. rotations. But we're grow-
"Sara was sick, so my li- ing and getting better."
bero (Bethany Layton),had The Lady Tigers actually
to play all the way around," led 20-18 late in ,the third
she said. "Once the girls ,set before .'Altha' rallied
got used to the rotation, with seven straight points


to close,the garne.
Brooke Boggs led Altha
with five ace serves, while
Hannah Raegister added
four straight in the final
set; ':,:, .: ,- . ..*
Dominique Robin-
son- topped the Gracev-
Mile attack with' six kills
and -three blocks, with


Caroline Nicholsk notch-
ing four blocks and two
assists.
Graceville ,will next play .
host to Rockl Bayou Chris-
tian on Monday at 6 p.m.
before playing road games
againstBethlehem onTues-
day and Wewahitchka on
Thursday. ;


Kenner's late : touchdownn prop dns n


BYDUSTIN KENT
Sdkent@jcfloridan.com

SNEADS ,,.. Jalen Ken-
ner's 1-yard touchdown
run with 53.3 seconds to
play lifted the Grand Ridge.
SIndians to a dramatic 6-0
victory over: the visiting
Vernon Middle School Yel-
lowjackets in' the regular
season openerfor GRMS.
SIt was the firpt win of the
Year for Grand'Ridge, and
, one.more than the Indi-
ans picked' "up all of last
season.


,Much,'of the game was
marred by a torrent of turn-.
overs"- four f6r Vernon
.and six.for Grand Ridge
with the teams combining
for 10 giveaways, including
eight lost fumbles. *
Seven of those turnovers
came.in a wild second half,
though neither team was
able td"o take advantage un-
,til the Indians' went on a
- 10-play, 62-yard drive that
consumed nearly all of the
fourth period.
I' Kefiner was,, the work-
horse on the series as he


was for most of the game,;
getting the ball seven
times and, bre'alking' off
,runs of 9 and,23 yards.to
get Grand, Ridge -into Ver-
ii6n territory. J : L 1 '
The Indians caught a
break on a fourth-and-I
from the Vernon 21-yard
line when the Yellow-
jackets jumped off-side
to give GRMS the first
down.
Grand Ridge faced a
third-and-12 from the 18


a pitch on a reverse play 16
yards for, a first-and-goal
*from theVernon 2..
iTWo plays later, Kenner
found the end-zone to put
the Indians up for good.
SVernon got the ball
back with 46.8 seconds
left from its own 33-yard
line, but.' quarterback
Kody Hagan was stripped
of, the" ball and Jonathan
Velasquez recovered for
Grand.-Ridge to seal the
win. -


moments later but con- ,Kenner led the Indians
vested when Joe Lollie took offense with 95 rushing


Lady Bullpups basketball splits games


BY-SHELIA MADE
Floridan Correspondent '" '

The. Marianna Middle
School Lady Bullpups bas-
S ketball teams .opened the
regular season Thursday at.-
Walton Middle School with
a split, as the 'A'ream dom-
Sinatedin a 51-15.winwhi6e
Sthe 'B' team struggled to:.
an 18-9 loss.
In 'B' team action, tle
: first quarter was all de-"
;fense with Walton posting
3 points arid Marianna 2,
but Marianna took a 3-
point lead in the second
quarterand' took a 5-3
S edge into halftime.
Marianna came out of
the locker room flat and
Walton took full advan-
tage,, posting 8 points,
while holding Marianna
scoreless.
The' Lady Braves, were
holding an 11-5 lead go-
ing into the final quarter.
Marianna put up 4 points,
but it was too little too late
with the Lady Braves coun-
tering with 7 points to take
the win.
The Lady-Bullpups were
led in scoring by Ashley
Jackson with 4 points, .fol-
16wed. by Shante Holland.
with 3 andGeo.brgie Screen
with.
In A' team action, it was all,
Mariarnna from the opening,
tip, as Majic McNealy put
up 5 first-quarter points
and Shemeriaih. Spears and
JAlexis Jackson both added


4 to give MMIS a 15-6 first".' After three quarters of Miller both adding 8, and
quarter lead. :play, 'the Lady Bullpups Tradejsa Speights 4.
MNIMS sread the offense,, had a commanding 43-9 Contributing with 2
around in the second quar- lead. points each were TyTianna
ter with five girls scoring to MMS coach D'Leisha, Peace and Abagail Soles.
give the Lady Bullpups a Ephriam took advantage The Lady Bullpups will
25-9 halftime lead. McNe-, and eniptied her bench in be the road Thursday at
aly hit the court running the final quarter of play. Bonifay before- return-
following i the halftime Leading Marianna on the, ing to Marianna for their
break, posting :8 points night was McNeal with 17 home opener against
with Miller and Spears points, followed by Spears county rival Cottondale' on
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14B SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,2013


SPORTS


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Outdoors



Sorry, Buck, I went against my raising


My grandfather
dearly loved
panfishing. He
looked upon largemouth
bass, which he referred to
as "trout," with disdain. I
don't think he ever caught
a largemouth on purpose
in his lifetime, though he'd
never hesitate to slip one
into his ice chest should
it be foolish enough to
engulf his bait.
Daddy Buck was a cane-
poler, never owning a
reel-and-rod combo until
late in life, a Christmas gift
from Aunt Doris, I believe.
-That old Zebco 33'was
passed along to me.long
after he woreit out.
His favorite fish was the
redear sunfish (shellcrack-
er), a stocky, pugnacious
light-tackle battler Buck
viewed as freshwater roy-
.-alty. To my grandfather's
way of thinking, God put
every other fish species on
Earth as an afterthought.
I If Buck thought the.
shellcracker was king, he
was equally convinced
north Florida was its king-
dom. Lake Talquin, River
Sryx. Merritt's MUl Pond;
Here and only hLe were
the places one went to pay



Sneads
',. From Page IB
by the rash of injuries.
Both got kudos from
the coach after the
match.
"1 was worried coming in,
but I pulled Keely Johnson
and Ashlyn Edwards up
I


TUESDAY MORNING COFFEE LEAGUE
TEAM STANDINGS
SEPT. 3
W-L
1) Downhome Dental 9-3
2) Kmindel Awards 8.5-3.5
3) Team #1 8-4
4) James & Sikes 7.5-4.5
5) Family Dentistry 7-5
6) Island Hoppers 7-5 '
7) Pacers 6-6
S8) Jim's Buffet & Grill 6-6 "
9) Maranna Animal Hospital 1-7
' High Game: Annette Land 200. Lynn 204
High Series: Annette Land 517. Lynn 538
High Team Game: No. 1921
High Team Series: No. 12614


BobKornegay
Outdoors Columnist
homage to the red-eared
nobility. Other waters
were but places to go
when there was no time
for early rising and all-day
pilgrimages.
I remember one day,
long ago, Buck':s loading
the old fishing car with
tackle and ordering his
eldest grandchild onto the
seat beside him. I dutifully
and willingly obeyed. We
had only half a day, just
time for a short trip. We
were going, Buck said, to
the "new backwaters."
These new backwaters,
I later learned, were the
recently impounded acres
of Lake Eufaula, correctly
known as Walter E George
Reservoir. A byproduct of
the U.S. Army Corps of.
*Engineers' dam-building
craze of the 1950s and
'60s, the waterway was
destined to become one


from the JV and they did a
super job for me," Roberts
said. "Keely played in one
game and got three kills. I
was very pleased with her
performance, but both girls
did real well. It was a big
win for us. I was very thank-
ful that we were able to win
prerrt' dominantly in at least
twvo of those sets without my


of the South's premier
bass lakes. In later years,
I would spend count-
less hours casting gaudy,
weird-looking contrap-
tions into its largemouth
hideaways.
No bass were sought
this day, however. Bearing
offerings of wigglers and
pond worms, my grand-
father and I probed the
depths*of the 47,000-acre
"pond" for. shellcrackers.
Throughout the hot after-
noon, we checked out the
areas Buck instinctively
recognized as potential
redear feeding grounds.
Perhaps a dozen came
to hand by early eve-
ning, along with a few fat
channel catfish.
To a 1O-year-old who
would have killed for the
opportunityjust to spend
an afternoon with his
granddad, our mixed bag
was a sign of great fishing
success. Buck, however,
was unimpressed. A man
accustomed to the gargan-
tuan shellcrackers of north
Florida had little regard
for redears that ran from
hand-size down. The cat-
fish didn't even dignify a re-
sponse. To my knowledge,


starters, and I was pleased
with how the young girls
played."
The coach said she antic-
ipated her daughterAshlyn
being back for Tuesday's
district matchup" against
Cottondale, and expected
to be back at full strength
by Thursday's road con-
test against long-time rival


TUESDAY NIGHT.MIXD
_, TEAM STANDINGS
SSEPT. 3
W-L
1) El-RIO --3
2) Backwoods Bowlers 5-3,
3) Brantl'ey's Bunch 5-3
4) Jason's Crew 5-3
5) Ba-Zin-Ga 4-4
6) X-Men 4-4
7) Oak Creek Honey Bees 4-4.
8) JamesGang 3-5
9) We're Back 3-5.
10).Deadwood 2-6
High Team Hdcp. Game: Jason's Crew 994
High Team Hdcp. Series Brantle's Bunch 2724
High Game: LuAnn 183 Jason 279
High Series: LuAnn 512 Jason 750


Buck never fished Lake
Walter E George again.
That attitude proved
contagious. When I grew
up, I parroted Buck's low
opinion of the panfish in
the southwest Georgia
impoundment. I fell in
love with its largemouth
bass and scoffed at its
"tiny" shellcrackers. In
short, I was a Lake Eufaula
shellciacker snob.
SThen one day, not long
ago, the unthinkable hap-
pened. For some reason, I
decided to spend an after-
noon on the lakewithout
my bait casting gear and
bass lures. Instead, I took
along an old spinning outfit
(I no longer own a
Zebco 33) and a container
of wigglers. I anchored over
, a sandy bottom, impaled
a worm onto a No.8 hook,;
cast my line, and waited.
As the afternoon
stretched into:early
evening, the shellcrack-
ers moved onto thesand
flat for their daily feeding
Srun. A fewfound my bait
offering and subsequently
joined me in the boat. I'd
quite forgotten what a
vicious fighter the redear
is, particularly on light


Arnold.
"I'm still looking forward
to having my whole lineup
here so we can start to
build that chenmistry with
all of them together," Rob-
erts said.
Sneads finish the
week Saturday with .a
tournament at Mosley
High. ,


WEDNESDAY NIGHTr MIXED
TEAM STANDINGS
, SEPT.4 '
W-L
) EJ Sound Machine 3-1
2) Kinael Awards 3-1
3) Jason's Crew 3-1
4) Whiskey Throttle 3-1
5) 2 Pair of Nutz 2-2
6) Smith's Supermarket 2-2
7) Big Lots 2-2
8) Harley's Hawgs 2-2
9) Team #1l 1-3
10) Marinanna Metal 1-3
11) James Gang 1-3
12) Shades of Grey 1-3
High Team Hdcp. Game: Kindel Awards 969
High Team Hdcp. Series: Kindel Awards 2747
High Game: LuAnn 201. Robert Booth 279
High Series: Nichole Townsell 525, Jay Roberts 742


..... ... Fishing Report


Lake Seminole
Bass fishing is on the
slow side as the lake
stabilizes. .
If conditions hold,
expect improvement
soon. For now, frog-type
baits and other topwater
offerings fished in the
grass early in the morning
rtay 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
Svworms.,
Hybrids are still fair earl
and late on the flats. Use.
topwater plugs or crank-
baits when they surface.
Crappies are slow. Look
for them on channel
ledges at 10-15 feet and
Fish minnows.
Bream 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
* expected to improve over
the next several days.
Continue to fish struc-
tures such as points and.
humps or any similar cur-
rent-breaking cover. The
presence of bairfish and
Swood structures in these
areas is a plus. Best baits
are deep-running crank-
baits and'Carolina- or
e Texas-rigged worms. Fish
worm rigs directly in any
brushy or woody structure
Syou can find and fish them
y slowly.
SHybrids continue to
school early and late over
the ledges. There is a lot of
surface activity from mul-
tiple fish schools. Catch
These fish witha'shad-imi-
tating crankbait...'
Crappies are fair. Ledges
in 15-20 feet of water
have been giving up some
pretty good fish in moder-
ate numbers.
Bream are good, but -
indixidual fish are small as
a rule. ..


Lake Andrews/
Chattahoochee River
If the creeks aren't too
muddy, venture upstream
and tempt the bass with
small, lightly weighted
Texas-rig worms in
pumpkinseed, motor oil
or similar partern. Fish
around visible cover very
slowly. Also try jerkbaits
and shallow crankbaits for
possible success.
Bottom fishing with
earthworms in these same
creeks can produce some
i fair, mixed-bag bream
and catfish catches. Most
of the bream are feisty,
hand-size shellcrackers
that are quite enjoyable to
catch.
The drift-fishing for
bream in the main river
has slowed down.
Tailwater catfish have
been fair and the bluff-
wall catfishing is good at
times, but sporr. Wigglers
are the preferred catfish


offering at present.
Crappies are slow.
Generation schedules, pool levels;
and other such information for
area waterways may be obtained
by calling toll-tree 1-888771.4601
Follow the recorded instructions
and access the touch-tone tlor the
Apaiachicola Piver System


tackle. I'd also forgotten
how wonderful he tastes
coated with cornmeal and
fried in hot peanut oil.
True to form, the fish,
comparatively speaking,
were rather small. I found,
though, this didn't bother
me as it once did. I could
almost hear my grandfa-
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anymore. ,I'm even think-
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soon. It may take awhile,
but Ithink Buck, looking
down on me fromheaven,
will eventually forgive me.
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Hornets
From Page 1B
make it to OT.
An interception by DeMi,-
chael Faulk sealed the vic-
tory in the extra session
and ensured a 2-0 start
to the year that not many
people were predicting for
Cottondale heading into
the season.
"The guys fought
through and kept battling
all game;" Hornets coach
Mike Melvin said after-
ward. "We had a couple of
guys banged up and some
fighting through cramps,
but they stepped up and
made plays. We made a
couple of big' defensive
Stands that were key."
The game got off to an
inauspicious start for Cot-
tondale to say the least,t
as the Gators marched 70
yards, on seven plays ,n
their opening drive and
Scored on a 15-yard run by
Jarvar Hill to go up 7-0.
CHS had a special teams
miscue on its first series,


as'a high snap on a punt
attempt resulted in Wewa-
hitchka getting the ball on
the Hornets' 33-yard line.
But as proved to be a
theme through much of
the garfie, the Cottondale
defense came up with a big
hold to keep close contact,
and the score remained
7-0 through the halftime
break.
The second half opened
with a bang, as McCroy
took the kickoff back 77
yards for a score to get
the Hornets on the board,
though the two-point play
.failed and Wewa main-
tained a 7-6 edge,.'- .
The Gators struck back.
quickly when Hill took a
handoff from Ranie and
charged 46 yards for aTD
to put his team back on
,top 14-6 with 9:41 in the
third period.
Cottondale was able
to tie the game up when
Calhoun ran for a 38-yard
'TD on the first play of the
fourth quarter and then
converted the two-point
play to make it 14-14.


,;
Wewa put together a long
drive on the ensuing series
and appeared to have tak-
en the lead on a 7-yard TD
run by Ranie, but a holding
penalty brought it back,
and the Gators ended up
settling f6r a 32-yard field
goal attempt by Peter Set-
terich, which was 'missed
wide right with 6:35 to
play.
Cottondale drove the ball
from its 20 to the 47-yard
line and faced a fourth-
and-11' and nearly con-
verted a huge play, but a'
long pass down the middle
,of the field was just past
the outstretched arms of
a very' open Faulk to fall
incomplete.
The Gators took over in
CHS territory with 3:26 re-
maining and then had an-
'other big play negated by
penalty, as a 45-yard run
by Ranie that moved the
ball inside the 5-yard line
was called, back by another
holding penalty.
But Ranie connected on
another big play moments
later when he hit Isaac Ma-


drid on a 33-yard comple-
tion on a third-and-9 play
to get the ball to the 14-
yard line.
Three plays later, the Ga-
tors faced a fourth-and-1
from the CHS 5-yard line,
but an attempted QB keep-
er off the left side by Ranie
was blown up by Faulk,
who charged, through the
line and dropped him for
a2-yard loss with 46.7 sec-
onds to play. '
The Hornets very nearly
had a .disaster at the end
of regulation when quar-
terback Justin Klotz was
dropped at the 1-yard line,
narrowly avoiding a safety
that would've given Wewa
the lead and likely the
game.
However, that was soon
forgotten when Calhoun
took the first snap of OT
and -ran off the left side
from 10 yards out to find
the end zone and give the
Hornets their first lead of
the night.
'The senior running back
then powered over the left
side (again to :c6nvert the


Miami upsets Florida


The Associated Press


MIAMI GARDENS Ste-
phen. Morris threw two
first-quarter- touchdown
passes, and Miami took
advantage of Florida giv-
ing the ball away on four
red-zone opportunities on
the way to knocking off the
12th-ranked Gators 21,-16
on Saturday.
Duke Johnson added a 2-
yard touchdown run with
3:29 left to make. it 21-9
Miami (2-0), which has
won four straight games
for the first time since 2008


and will almost certainly
Return to the AP Top 25 on
Sunday for the first time
since 2010;,
Jeff Driskel threw for a
career-best 291 yards and
had a 21-yard touchdown
pass to Solqmqn Patton,
with 2:08 left for the Gators
( l-1). who lost three fum-
bles, had two passes inter-
cepted and were stopped
once on downs. Driskel
also ran for a touchdown.
-But Driskel also turned
the ball over twice in the
fourth quarter, getting in-
tercepted one of Flor-


idea's many red-zone mis-
cues by Miami's Tracy'
Howard with 6:41 left, then
getting hit deep in Florida
territory and' fumbling
it away about 2 minutes
later to set up the score by
Johnson.
The Driskel-to-Parton
touchdown capped a four-
play, 60-yard drive that
lasted only 81 seconds.
Florida's ensuing onside
kick was recovered by Mi-
ami, and the Hurricanes
ran the clock down t'o 28
seconds before punting.
the ball away.


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two, meaning that Wewa
need a touchdown and
two-point play of its ovwn
to force another overtime.
WeWa had just two plays
on its OTseries and both
were disasters.
Brett ,Satterfield was
dropped for a 5-yard loss
on the first play before a
rollout left by Ranie on the
second turned into an in-
terception when McAroy
dame in from his outside
linebacker position and hit
the QB on the throw and
forcing the ball' to wobble
in the air for Faulk to pull


in for the game-clinching
pick.
But it was all made pos-
sible by the power running
6f Calhoun,"who had 175
of the team's 242. yards on
the ground.
"(Calhout) stepped up
and did a fantastic job all
night," Melvin said. "But.
all my seniors stepped up. I.
was proud of all of them."
Cottondale will next
travel to Greensboro to
take on the West Gads-
den Panthers, who "de-
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Carpentry/Painting Ingtallations
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Now with Two Locations in Dothan 479-0491 or
479-8277 Mon thru Fri 8 to 6 Sat 8 to 2
Car Stereo Sales/Installation
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Window Tint $89 front two windows
Trucks, SUVs $189,
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OR (850) 710-0189
Home Health
adult Equipment
2 adult commodes. $40 ea.
Commodes 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-
terles and charger. All prices.are negotiable.
All equipment in excellent condition and comes
with all the necessary parts. Allequipment is,
clean and sanitary. Call Mike Tatum. 334-464- '
2333 '
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6x10 Enclosed Black Utility Trailer:. 2012, built
by Trailer Works Ozark, like new, never used
for construction, flo6r carpeted and top insu-
lated. $1,600 334-441-7884 or 334-585-0180

Wanted: Old Coins, Gold,
Diamonds, Guns, And To6ls
West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-671-1440.

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nutrients in the soil'more readily available to';
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Slocomb, AL 334-886-7034 or 706-741-0856
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40 hrs/wk F/T position with benefits.
Must have valid driver's license & ability
to pass pesticide applicator's licensure
test. 5-10 years of proven experience and
personnel management or a BS in related
field is needed. This employee has
responsibility for overall operation of the
Agronomic Unit at the Nbrth. Florida
Research and Education Center in Marianna.

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Agricultural Assistant (O PS)


40 hrs/wk. University of Florida. Must
have valid driver's license & ability to pass
pesticide applicator's licensure test. Part
of the Farm team will operate tractors
for planting, tillage, mowing; supervise
inmates; other duties.' ,


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

1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own
Lot rentincluded. For details
850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4
I* 3/2 Dbl. Wd. Mobile Home (by itself)
.1 on quiet lot In Sneads. 850-209-8595
3BR /2BA single family home w/garage and big
back yard. Located in great neighborhood.
$700/month and $500 dep. CR & A required.
Call 954-445-2451 for appointment.


Sunday, September 8, 2013- 7 B


Austin Tyler & Co *
Quality Homes & Apartments
*1 850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business"
Lovely 3BR/iBA House on Wilton St. Clean, in
town, near schools, nice yard, quiet neighbor-
hood, outdoor pets ok. $625/mo plus deposit.
850-482-6211/209-0188 4m


2/2 MH South of Cottondale Central Heat/Air,
$500. + dep. & 2/1 MH H/A $450. + dep. water&
lawn care is furnished. 850-352-4393/ 209-4516
2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale.
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included.
http:// www.charloscountryliving.com.
S850-209-8847_,
2- & 2 &3BR Mobile Homes i
in Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 i

Mobile Homes for Rent 2/1 Located beweeht
Grand Ridge & Sneads.
Includes water, garbage & pest maint.
$360. Mo 4 850-573-0308 "
Quiet, well maintained Park, Water/sewer/
garbage/lawn included. 3/2 $625., 3/2 $550.
& 2/1 Brick Duplex $600 w/ carport
S Joyce Riley RE 850-209-7825 .
Small Quiet Family Oriented Park 1.2 & 3BR
MH's for Rent includes water, garbage,
lawn care, No Pets 850-592-1639




Beautiful Waterfront Hbme For Sale
See Pictures on:
For Sale By Owner Listing 23321125

: !MMIA. WA

ii .- ATV FOR SALE!!
X 2013 Polaris RZR 800.
l Seats 2, low hours and
comes with four year
--- extended warranty. In
great condition. $13,300.
347-1302 or 494-0724 for questions or to gee!

1968 Chaparral 15ft Walk Thru Windshield Boat
with 80HP Mercury, needs water pump, good
trailer $1,200. Call 334-790-5370
*Basstracker 1988,
Mercury 60 HP,
depth finder, trailer,
excellent condition,
$2,300 334-632-0018
Lancer 16' Stick Steering Boat, 60hp Mercury 4
stroke motor w/stainless steel 3-blade prop:
on board charger; Motor-Guide trolling motor
w/46 lb. thrust and foot control; 2 Minn Kota
electric anchors;Lawrence depth/fish finder: 2
.nice cushioned seats; Aerated live well; Drive-
on trailer w/greasable hubs and spare tire;
[very few hours]. Asking price: $13,000 OBO
(Home: 229-732-6421) (Cell:229-310-9795)

Allegro Motor Home 2001 Ford V10,33ft .
with 2 slides, 41K miles, Very Clean,'
$35,000.334-797-4777. Stored inside building



Buick 2002 LaSabre. 1 Owner. Garaged. All
Options. 19,800 original miles. $7,400.
334-797-2446.
Chevrolet 2008 Impala red, 4-door, 58,175
miles, one owner, exc. cond. $8,795.
334-712-0251. __L_
...........Ford 1996 Taurus GL Wag-
on. loaded, cold air, good
tires, extra clean, only
.i. 30,000 miles, $3695. Call
S' 334-790-7959.
&40 Ford 2008 Mustang GT
Grabber Orange. Premium
i Edition. Garage kept, one
lMHM owner & only 71,800 miles.
Clear title. Never been in an accident nor had
any mechanical issues. Excellent condition.
KBB rates the car worth $16,800 and I am only
asking $15,500 OBO. Car is located in Enter,-
prise, AL 334-360-0045 for more information.
Infiniti 2004 Q45
Premium model. 38,000
original miles. Harvest
I*^^ silver with tan leather
interior. Unbelievably nice. Brand new Michelin
tires. Non-smoker and garage kept By owner.
$16,900. Call or text 334-806-6004.
Mercury 2003
Mountaineer: Very well
maintained SUV. All wheel
drive. Fully equipped with
all options. $6,500. Call 334-790-1233


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CLASSIC


UTOS FOR SALE AI LEGAL NOTICES


SVolvo 2008 C30 T5 (turbo)
61,000 mi. Leather seats,
power seats & windows,
heated seats, Sunroof.
Bluetooth, navigation,
AM/FM radio, CD player, keyless entry. Great
condo. $17,500, 334-477-6831 or 334-477-6839


K2002 Harley-Davidson
.' Sportster XL1200C Cus-
tom. Excellent condition.
Screamin' Eagle II exhaust.
Saddlebags & cover includ-
ed. Beautiful bike. $5,000.
Contact 440-213-7702 for more information.
Harley Davidson 2007 Dyna Wide & Glide, black
w/ silver trim $14,000 low miles, garage kept
96 cubic inch engine, 6-sp. trans, new tires,
boss saddle bags many, mustang seat
and extras 850-557-0313.
Harley Davidson 2009 Soft-Tail Custom with
new RC component; wheels, rotors, belt pully,
brakes '& tires. exc. cond. 13K miles, garage
kept. like new $12.000. FIRM 334-596-8581.


7 Honda 2006 VTX 1300RS:
Slack, like new, water
cooled, shaft drive, only
7200'original miles $5,000.
Call 334-648-6166

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GMC 2007 Yukon SLT 2WD
Located at Lemon Lot on
H Westgate Pkwy. Original-
|owner. Brown/tan leather
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.
JEEP 2000 Grand Cherokee 4x4, blown engine,
rest in excellent condition $1,000 334-232-4751


Artic Cat 2006 side by side 4x4 140 miles,
green, perfect condition, LIKE NEW $6000,
334-886-3327 or 334-464-1136. -
Ford 2000 F1SOextra cab, 4-doors.loaded,
automatic, 178,000 miles, new tires, runs great
$5,500. FIRM 334-596-9966 ,


Call 334-479-8402.


Ford 2006 F-250, Fx4 Turbo
Diesel, Leather, many ex-
tras, only 74,000 miles.
$22,995. DEAL MAX AUTO,


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YOUR TOWING NEEDS!

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FOR JUNK VEHICLES

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,GOT BAD CREDIT?
' $0 Down/lst Payment,
STax, Tag & Title Pass
ii- ~Repo pass bankruptcy
SLOW CREDIT OK
Ask About $1000. off at time of purchase.
4 Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550
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LF160221

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JACKSON
t 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-AGAINSTTHEABOVE 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, Florida, 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.M. 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 OFTHE SE 1/4, SECTION 1,,
TOWNSHIP 2 NOtTH, RANGE 12 WEST, IN JACK-
SON COUNTY, FLORIDA, LESS AND EXCEPT THE
WEST 210 FEET THEREOF.


30 Ft. Liner Pool- Plusall equip. & Polaris, You
Take Apart and Pickup. $150. 850-526-2854
Canoe Radison, very light stable, foam lined.
$500.850-718-8084.
Chest Freezer: GE, 8.8CU, good condition $125.
Call 850-482-3253
Couch/Loveseat $45; Queen Bed: Complete $40
.Call 850-592-2881


for cash, at the North door of the Jackson
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: eflling@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 ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO
PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED, AT NO EXTRA COST TO' YOU, TO THE
PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PL-EASE
CONTACT JANE CHAFIN, COURT MANAGER,
P.O. BOX 510, MARIANNA, FL 32447, 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: CMIvil
Case No. 2010-208CA

JERRY UPSHAW,
Plaintiff,
vs.
FELTIS POLLOCK; et. al.;
Defendants,

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Partition dated August 12, 2013,
and entered in Case No. 2010-208CA, of the Cir-
cuit Courtof the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit in
and for Jackson County, Florida, wherein JERRY
UPSHAW, is the Plaintiff and JAMES'
MCCREARY, VELOCITY INVESTMENTS, LLC,
JOHN EDWARD RYLES, who is not known to be
either dead fr 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 RABON GUTHRIE as the
Clerk of the Circuit Court will, sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the Jackson County
Courthouse, 4445 Lafayette Street, Marianna,
FL, on September 26, 2013, at 11:00 a.m. CST,
the following described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to wit:.

Parcell: 1 :
SE1/4 of the NW'/j LESS 10IACRES ON WEST
SIDE LOCATED IN SECTION 11, TOWNSHIP 6
NORTH, RANGE 9 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY
FLORIDA.

Parcel 2:
W OF THE NW 1A 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 after the sale.
Dated this 16th day-of August, 2013.

Dale Rabon,GUTHRIE.
As Clerk of the Court

By: Tammy Bailey
As Deputy Clerk '


LF160229-

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE JACKSON
COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION OF ITS IN-
TENT TO CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING FOR RE-
VIEW AND RECOMMENDATION TO THE BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF A PROPOSED
AMENDMENT TO THE JACKSON COUNTY COM-
PREHENSIVE PLAN:

A proposed Land Use Change from Agriculture
2 (AG2) to Industrial on a 0.64-acre site located
at 5263 Dove Nest Lane in unincorporated Jack-
son County, Florida (Section 29, Township 6N,
Range 9W). '

The public meeting will be.held in the County
Commission Meeting Room of the Jackson ,
County Administration Building, 2864 Madison
Street, Marianna, Florida on the 16th of Sep-
tember, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.

More information may be obtained and the
proposed amendment may be inspected at the ,
Jackson County Community Developlment De-
partment lbocated'at 4487 Lafayette Street, Ma-
rianna, Florida or contact by telephone at (850)
482-9637 during regular business hours.


GIVE US A RING.m.


Call today to place

Sour item in the

classified.


S(850) 526-3614

S(800) 779-2557


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Day Bed, nice wood complete set $300. OBO
850-593-6919.
Fiberglass Cap for Toyota Truck $150.
850-272-5793 '
Jazzy power chair $500. 50th Golden Anniver-
sary" teapot $25. Screened, room for motor
home $400. Cal 850-209-4588
Pressure Washer Troy built gas $175.
Rocker Recliner $100. 850-718-8084.


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SL J ELEGANT CUSTOM BUILT
HOME ON MAGNOLIA
OAKS GOLF COURSE,
MARIANNA:. This -home
ha '. oidrooms, 4 full
batIr. A cii the extra
art.,r.ot: Gorgeous oak
r 3mnet: in commercial
kitchen with center island, a breakfast bar, large pantry, a dining area
and large screened'porch overlooking the 12 tee of the golf course.
The master suite has a Jacuzzi tub, large separate shower, dream
closet & dressing area. All within an hour drive to the beautiful white
sand beaches on the Gulf of Mexico. MLS 248062 $449,900
A ,UNdIQUE MUST SEE
HOME IN COMPASS LAKE.
SThis contemporary style
home -offers 4 bedrooms.
3 full baths.two kitchens,
lots oflvng space, large
and oversized closets
Is atilShe bedrooms. A
wood burning fireplace,
screened In porches, & large
dining recreation area along withha separate living suite for company,
grandparents or even that colege student. Them is a handicap accessible
master bath as well as a ramp accessing the male Uing 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' ipdren. MLS 248640 $259,000
A GARDENERS. DEUGHT
IN MARIANNA. aeautihl
"lar.a:caplng, plus this 3
c.Vowm 2 batsh home
k close to Marianna
H,,n School all In a quiet
vnrablished neighborhood.
p .hi-s3 mbat...h- ho, peaceful home has
idl o plenty of space to play,
or retreat. It Is EXTREMELY well maintained with large mors, plenty of
store, ,wide hallway & an open floor plan to'make this home easily
handicap accessible. Garage has a workbench and a 12 x28 workshop has
plentyof room for tools lawn equipment orstoage. MLS 246684 $165,000
cOTIONMALE HOME
v' REDUCED. $10,000.
The seller will also pay
up to $5,000. toward
--buers ue losing costs.
Bring all g offers. Looking
for serenityy and a quiet
acie in .the country?
joy the wildlife, daeer
owls, foxn and even some endsanre species abound orn this
proplety. fThi s3eroom 2 bat home sts on a hillt n thea
S idpea this 4.5 acres. Enjoy nature or your morning coffee
on the screened back porch. Includes washer, dryer and stove,
carport, plus 2 car detached garage. MIS 248473 $111,000
-PERFECT FOR FIRST
TIME HOME BUYER OR
RETIREMENT HOME-
watcr. r.e'u acu,: 5rc,:5
the pond from your front
porch. What a view!
r This cute 2 bedroom-1
bath home would make
6 Aa great first home, or
retirement home in
the country. it has a metal roof, new well and some updates.
Kitchen has plenty of cabinet space and a large pantry. There

SWELL MANTA INED HOME
IN GRAND RIDGE ON 53U/-
S p en f r o mACRES. Si t on the r on p
Kp and watch L he beau
en In suns^ets-9 oG r he sren ed a
treeada lae has, k2pourh and v sath he wl
wtstver wse andi als turkey deer e9 Ther
AC pEa on n the pro perty and
if you arem looking for serenity thls is i The open floor plan Is great for family
get t1gethers In this 3/2 split dor plan home. Plenty of room for those horses,
that garden, or for childrn and grandchlndren to enjoy the country life. Easy
access to1-10 foray drive sto Marianna, Taflahass'ee, or the beautfuI white sand
beaches of Panama City and Mexico Beach. MLS 248745 $315,000
ATTENTION
GOLFERS I BuTild
your dream home
close -to Magnolia
Oaks Golf Course
in Marianna.
Heavily wooded
residential 1.09 acre lot across from golf course.
Deed restrictions 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 '
B COUNTRY LIVING
AT ITS BEST 20
Acres lh Greenwood
to enjoy your
property is just a
short distance off
of paved road, and
has well, septic, 'and power pole.on property. A
beautifulsetting for Mobile Home; or to build your
dream home. PropertyI is half cleared pasture and
half wooded with mostly oak and some pine. Lots'
of wildlife here as well. MLS 247803 $89,000
TURNKEY BUSiNESSI I
MOBILE' HOME
PARK IN QUIET
NEIGHBORHOOD
Greenwood' property
has 2, 2 lots and is
currently at 90% plus
occupancy. Most Tenants have been atthe park for i many
years. Current income potential Return On Investment Is
1 0-12 percent less minimal expenses. Justpurchase and
start collecting income MLS 24 7807 '$135,000
ACERAGE NEAR
CHIPOLA RIVER.
This .9 acreparcel in
Marianna'fs'close to
a boat landing, and
has a view of the
Chipola River. It Is In
Conservation, grandfathered 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
v-' COST UP TO $3,000
FOR BUYERI This
'mobile home. is in a
qulet retirement area
In Milton, Floridat
Come for the season
or to stayl Enjoy the
seclusion-picnic in
p our own yard- yet just a short drive to Navarre, Saota
osa and beau ful beaches: Close to Pensacola for
'Hosp tals, Universities, Eglin Air Force Base, and Pensacola
Reional Airport. 2 bedroom 2 bath, large covered porch,
12F! 209 storage building closet. MIS 247879 $74,000
I BUILD YOUR
DREAM HOME. This
7 1/2 acre wooded
property is the ideal
place to build, if you
S- are looking for land
in the country on a
-""paved road. An easy
drive to Marianna 'to the north, and not far from
the Panama City area, and the beautiful white sand
beaches. Enjoy the bountiful natural resources and
-beauty of the area. A patrfect: location to work, lIve
and play in Northgwest Florida. MLS 246852 $59,000




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surrounde ~ paedrod with mtr re nldn aCdr
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toe wonrksle and playet in eNjorthwes Flonryida. From
coeto Hwy167a. RTht ondHwyt167ald prprty will bene
Just2cilsonornyHath. Seensign. MLS 246853 $16,000O


,- -F--, LOTS IN DOGWOOD
/ HEIGHTS! 'Several"
.--.. -- ------- lots to choose from.
i ,/ ,:___ Located on Donna
-' / ,'Drive are 2,. 1.20
L___ ,. -; Acre lots for $17,000
SEACH. Located on
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with a center Island and
lots of ..[; ,i > ,i
in th e ".,,.,.,. -'- .
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archway: '") .1 i" ji- .
and beautiful hardwood
Floors. 26x15 Family room
has a built in bookshelf and
fireplace. 44M11 Pato and
Pool area. 2 bedrooms on the first floor, one Master bedroom. The 2nd floor'tias 2
secondary bedrooms and another master bedroom wOt an 8x8 office area. There is
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YOUR LARGE FAMILY!
Great 4 B -.]|,..T, f
H H ^H Bath home Alr, tr.i',
1700 sq ft. under Air!
.Large Living room
-has beautifu, :.,,,
-hardwood f':.:",' r,
Master bedroom also has
hardwood floors; and the
S. other 3 bedrooms have
hardwood under the carpet.family room that can be easily converted to another
bedroom it needed Great Spacious 1.80 acres MLS #248281.

GRACEVILLE ON
A CORNER. Cozy.
3. Bedroom 2 Bath
home with approx
1300 sq ft under air!
Vinyl Siding with
no Maintenance
;.dhil d' H,.T. h3o
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Back Porch and a 27x10 Front porch to relax on! Wood Floors inside
home! This won't last long so call today! SOLD AS IS. .
iALL THE BELLS AND
WHISTLES! This 4
Bedrom 3 Bath ahom


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REMODELLED
2 BEDROOM 1
BATH HOME! The
Kitchen is open
to the living area
apnd has stainless
S steel appliances,
flat top stove; new handmade countertops and cabinets.
Original hardwood Fjoors throughout with No carpeting!
Remodeled Bathroom! Large 'Y acre lot has a huge
backyard IGentral Heat and air with all-new duct work!
MILS #248385 -
I WATERFRONT hume
I located on Merrits Mill
If i ui I Pondl! Cozy 2 Bedroom
BH 1 bath home with
lO 1080 sq overlooking
I late! Large Backyard.
'I with deck perfect for
B relaxing! Kitchen and
I I baths have had some
S.. ^ . updates!. Living room
'and Master bedroom overlook the water! Fireplace i n living room! Private
driveway to home Call today for your personal showing! MLS #247509.
I .. m m i ,WERY ATTRACTIVE H OME
SSINSIDE 'AND OUTI.I'4
Bedrooms 31/2 Baths with

Sporch or de I..-.i

I ii.'ir'',,J-nrC0 iimm t ,j, li no0

". r- .. .... I. r ,,i11te mster bedroomoveorks backdekThereis an ialr
consione gamerpon fearoom ani ed hab bath o ver he detached gmtage. LS HILeRSO
LOCATED IN IBNDIAN
SPRING$ISUBDJIMSIOHI S
bedroom 2 bath home with
almom 1710 sql ndil'de
Enjoy fel tot spma r droays
In. orelh Sne porchl Thetivang
mom bsandry dceilnoo gsg
and h an s aen h1pla n!
The kitcen ht a bmeWdas
bar with lut ofstragel The feOced backyard boasts largo de ac pedrct for enernteeifli
there Is a s storage buildingoibshop with ac and ecilt Sold -AS-I Call today foepfici




Lag 32 Maoter bedrooms
I fScreenoed Porchm and
Laundry Room. Sitting
on 5 city tote and has a
beautiful t ckyard with a 24x24Otthuildinohapl The home needs some TLC
Sbut has hod Upedted widne & tumbl n LS 5old AS-ISI MLS #248160.
GREAT PLACE FOR YOUR
-a HOME OR OFFICE]IGreat
3 Bedrorom1 112 Baths
With just un-der 1400 sq
^ ^hI 'Located right across
from Golson Elementary
and next door to the Cancer Centerin Maidana Bric house needs someupdates but
can be the perfect place for youl! MLS 248115. .Asldng $7t,000.
PERFECT COUNTRY
HOME ON 2 AtRESI
Large 3 Bedroom
2 bath home with
over e 18 00 sq ftl
Relax on the Large
Front porch with
a, private" setting!
Large' Kitchen with
Huge panstryl Newer
central a/c & heating un itl Some windows have been replaced
with double pane windows SOLD AS IS. MLS #247550
LOCATED ON 2.24 ACRES
IN GREENWOOD ON FORT
ROAD. Large 4 Bedroom 3
Bath Brick home and a 3
car garage. Over 2900 sq
Ct with a large living room,
updated kitchen cabinets.
dishwasher. Hardiwood
floor thin oat living areas and bedrooms. Sunken Uving moom has a BeaUtiful wsod
buoming Brick Fireptace. 10x12 Ordck Storage Bailding. SOLD AV IS.







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VACATION HOMES ON LAKE EUFAULA
3BR/2BA Fully furnished with
guest house & 3 storage buildings
in Abbeville Call3343618-8296


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4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526.2891L
.Each Office Is Inepedepen try Owned a Operated
SMARTER. BOLDER.. FASTER


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Ouida Morris
REALTOR
Broker/Owner
850-209-4705
I OH, ONLY
MINUTES TO
TOWN! m,!.i,.iy l."pT)
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end alotud h goruog
2 $65,000 "
OH; IT'S MOVE-
IN :READYI .-:" ,Well
ihiritaine' home lcated'..in
town. Spacious roonis and large
back yard:
$90,300.
IOHK HERE'S TWO
FOR ONE PRICE -
Le in one house and muse second
for guest or rental homise. Some
repairs needed.


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Feia ures include insul ton' in
kitchen and bas, stainless steel
'~~ iuppinces-o nd pl en ty of cabinets in
TIIcen, washerond.dfGer, geatlroomi
Swith lighted roy celing nd plantation
Blinds, Jacuzzi tuband home is handicap accessible. Sprayed insulatiounin walls,
ceiling and energy glass windows makes home energy efficient. All this and more
on lovely landscaped yard. Call Bevely today for your personal viewing of this
outstanding home.
MI.S 248415 $159,900.

Debbie Roney Smith,
Realtor
850.209-8039
debbieroneysmithit@
embarqmail.com

MS210709 FOR SALE OR LEASE.
I-CALLDIEBIE DIRECT
i850.209.8039 FOR LEASE

IE~ ,INFO0. 31nr/21iiA Updoated
' ILk B 'home in the ity limits of
I ASB Marianna. Close to hospital,
SI S sschools, college and shopping.
aS S S Three Bedrooms Oneull th
IH I-& One hoalboeth in Master drm.
l BTrick roach in tr move in ready
condition. 'Rece interior paint
and finished addition agod use
las aA 4th bedroom or use as family
Si. room police.
MLS 246566 $89,000 Or BEST OFFER
-, Upgraded newer munufactered
home 2310 SF H/C Built in 2006
With 4wR/2BA on 28.3 acres close
to Grand Ridge and 1-10. Spring
fad stock. ped. Property is
Fenced & Cross Fenced far Horses
& Cattle. Comer Location.
MLS 247071 0 $189,900
Custom Built 3BR/21A newer
heme with ever 2500 IF l~an
space on 'over I acre. Split
bedroom floor plan. Great room
with wood buying fireplacehigh
ceilings & recess fighting, custom
kitchen. Dream master bathroom.
MLS 248516 *0$250,0000


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SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES iBL'
.,4630 Hwy. 90 Marlanna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2891
,Each OMfle. i Indes"nd nry O0usd and Operated
SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER faetS. 8)29

9.'dMcCoy0Realtor 5048 -7 8
Cell.o(850) 573.6198wh
www.omccoymalty. com
jmccoy02@yahoo!com

L GRAND RIDGE -
Three bedroom brick home
neslled on lovely 15 acre
landscaped yard with chain' --
link fencid on paved rood.
MLS 248713 $69,900.
PRICED UNDER
APPRAISED VALUEI
'- BMk k home f iaures
t A. 'i#.11" g,-1 u ,,.
r ;.,,..1,,.. '..ti rt,,I,. PRICED FOR QUICK SALE: 15 acres has unfinished, old 2
L, i-0 MIAu MI.... ii lA BR house n ban orn property. Born has Lttched 20x40
SMLS248712 $118,900 shedand two 1 2x1 2 hoestalls. Approx. 10 acre hay field.
SSCE N '! apaNSome fencing. Underground storm shelter well and septic
ENtW Four bedoa m tank. Being sold "AS IS."$75,000 MLS#248497
home has been .completely .... ........................ 7"......................................
renovated. Also features Q
gest house attached to the 4
side wi h'separate entrace.
MLS 248691 $130,000.
NEW LS FIVE BEDROOMS
BIGl Lowelycum lhorne
iwith, n egm esl, L~i emW With
sot1 olted/ ed A Men0,wgitcwh
wodciOfmyne ro, W bonus nom,
41my n7d mom, lmo enm y m elaI
toein yor a t polo 6o8r of
MLS 248687 *m$245,000.
12I FI INVESTMENT
ENCORE. -- ,,,, *2 BR/2 BA Mobile!home. on 2 fenced acres. Paved roads,
.14,', lrd .3 ,B,-,0o...h .ti" 3 metal storageji'ulldings, one converted into living



















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loid i. i, topid. .t.. o. rmn, quarters. Generator for Mobile home. Animals welcome.
M ,,, ,,w 3pin1,D.11 OAi, r. Possible owner financing 20% down, 6% interest for 5
,l wS, 0,-, .., 1xyears w/credit report. S49R00 MLS #248500
: L :: .. M ,S'2 864. m $79 ,0 0.E.W 'L.... ":............... ........"....... ..................... :......





















I ALS'4864 $799,000.' .' LS2491
MAINTAINED!
1 ~HOME incty limits With
i P oopen floor design.Fhdooas
led tohack pawo e~rreksn
lead ~to h ortoknin
t $ water and atnached cmrped,
ILS 248591 9 $94,900.
NEW LISIGTHE' LONGEST.1
YARDI 80 oaces with waell
om built home, including garage,
rai partp and workshop. Owner
wil sell house and 40 ores.
CALL ED MCCOY 850-573-6198
FOR DETAILS..
SopVE-INt READY. Madonnas- On a quiet deadeend street is this 3 BR/2BA home, plus an
Very ,,CL ti.r,,k home in unheated hbnosroom. Can H&A 7 months old: Oak floors, some cave 'rd
,,oI Aliti r,,,i New, AC ; with carpet Dee car garage. 2 metal storage buildings. Large shady lot is
w end uob .im. ,-lichen, large ..
ram e u dt buck.cd Great for children oar pets. $S75000 L #248790
___i____i_____Winnerm., 3 oudethe ................. ..........
meobl dubit import Very nice
kiandscrap;,,t
MLS 248524 $ 5109,900.
Pat Furr
Realtor
il ~~850.209.8071 .:'
furrlg@nnsn.com


$.S67500


MS# 247314 5 230' 000 Marianna Approximately t, acre lot with 149' on
-. north Jefferson zoned mixed used. Could be residential,
ap.artments/duplex or business. City utilities. 2 BR, old
' house*being sold "AS IS.". MLS#247182
L / .. -, "r ..... .
M. ,248193 "51,i'10



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nim,quilela. "..,t'.m.... -ct." Well maintained 2 01R/i
,ore ,oM awr .-.. ,:,~ 5...p BA mabile home inin a n fes,,, rL,< .#
tiled otts, twa 'oem ,.. ., .. coannry senlng The meo~ter.
'rar"g. lay main I I-, ,
"aw an i nYrld I. Call ,r o r hIIIedraon has
eunowanhnrlluael cloaset. Al appliances includerk.Most uf property is chain-link fenced, .7
".MI$#248451 $745,000 oc letis cressfenced with largeogarden space. Open shed18~xiS, strange
6 dldg. 128. Front and hack porch. Reduced to $25,900. Briag Offers!
S Nan Hars4 road MLSj#247915

REALTOR-ASSOCIATEm .. :.. ...... ........ ..
850.526.2891 1, .]
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ihree buildings Mrrianno Old stare building, house and

Beautiful five are building lot, Paved road frontege. Beautiful hig homs garBge apartment on acre MOL Roads on 3 sides (2 are
in area. Previous owoer conveyed restrictions, 2,000 s.f. homes h/cooled paved) zoned commercial. Would be good for apartments, auto
area rain. Level land with afew smal Trees. Ready for dream home. repair, H/A conditioning business, ect. 5ots of rom for parking
MIS# 248693 .$30,000 or expansion. Selling "as is". $95,000 MIS #4f793






Solid wellsoilt home 3hedroom/1r.5haths wInts of updates. One cur
garage,Ametal storage shad and utility shed. O a one cre and close to
town. HardwoOd floors, double pane windows,screened front porch.
-MLS# 248756 $76',900 Afral-2Rhm nMran a placs
Century 21 Easter Seals fund Afodle-2Rhm inM iaahaaplncs
~raising party andI drawing central, H/A and some insulated, windows. One car
bldg.e12x8. front adebl ck porch Reueto 2,90 ring fer













far complete set of Christmas garage, scendfotporch, dc n trg
on agents, building. Selling "as is" $40,000 MIS 248792
Winner, Sue Dllmarel


Excellent ';.location,
this, older, home sits
across from .Indian
.gSprigs .entrance.
House appear to nade a oooo,'IO[, block construction;"
lriced-in back yara. sils back oHl the hty with small

Tr.s 3453 brick home
has 3BR/2BA & Iould
be a 4BR/5BA. Has
a 23,w35' real room!
Pruale enhl MB! Well
maintained no0e w/
Ig sloe puicrl Meia rcol obl ,in windo., bll tao away 2
oulbdlgs w/elechtc, Ig poiebarn r. all upen'hall en: loom for
RV Also inc space ,lor ih w,'eplic lank Easy acces s to 1-10,
mm to Dutirip AL Prced 3a $2t99 OOU MLSe 2248168 '


I This 3BR/2BA has been
I -- completely renovated! Kit.
II has granite countertops,
II | ~many cabinets & all appl.
1 .. Home has many' unique
features andia wrap-around porch. A gleo screen TV & washer/dryer stay.
Home has an enclosed above ground pool w/deck. Lots of parking arid outdoor
storage.,This isa must see and only $87,000! MLS# 247837


.Cotmaercial Location,
or. HWY 71 and Blue
Sprm n R rd., corner
'1l 3 commercial
metal buildings
lalirig ipprui 31rJrju 'rir.r uices large display sales floor,
parts counter, warehouse space, all on 8.19 acres. This not only
has location but for so many business opportunities. Make an
appointment today! All this for only $725,000 MLS#247093


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MSRP ................ i .................... 34,975
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT......................S1,480
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH........................S2,500
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:.^TRADE IN ASST.......................................51,000
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CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT...................-.$1,08s
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH........I...........$...2,000


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CHIPOLA FORD DIS(QOUNT..$...................2,490
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F -, AV r FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH....................$750
m TRADE IN ASSISTANCE..........................- 500

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


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


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


12 FORD 10 FORD
FUSION SEL ESCAPE LIMITED
LEATHER, LOADED, LOE,
APPEARANCE PKG. LEATHERLOADED,
#R3453 .. #R3452
WAS $22,995 WAS $23,995
NOW $20,995 NOW $21,995
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11 LINCOLN TOWNCAR 11 TOYOTA
SIGNATURE LMT. AVALON SPORT
LOADED, 34K MILES, LTHR., MOONROOF,
#P3413 RSB WHEELS, 33K MILES,
#13314A
WAS $28,995 WAS $25,995
NOW $24,995 NOW $26,995


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


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

09 FORD F1l50
SUPER CREW LARIAT
LEATHER, 4X4,
MOONROOF, COVER ON
BED, 40K MILES
#13280B
WAS $33,995
NOW $31,995


12 NISSAN
ALTIMA S 2.5
POWER PKG., CRUISE,
CD PLAYER, 31K MI.
#P3427
WAS $19,995
NOW $16,995
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05 FORD EXCURSION
EDDIE BAUER 4X4
LEATHER, DIESEL,
118K MILES, ,#13300A
WAS $21,995
NOW $19,995

10 FORD EDGE SEL
CERTIFIED!
V6, POWER PKG.,
ALLOYS, 22K MILES,
R344Q
WAS 24,995
NOW $22,995

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


S 4 CYL., CERTIFIED,
33K MILES,
#R3441
WAS $19,995
NOW $17,995
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11 FORD
S MUSTANG
S'34K MILES, MANUAL
TRANS., #13305B
W CERTIFIED!
| WAS $21,995
NOW $19,995

11 FORD F-150
SUPER CAB
3,5 ECOBOOST,
CHROME PKG., 31K MI.,
#P3451'
WAS $26,995
NOW $24,995

12 FORD F250
CREW 4X4 XLT
DIESEL, GOOSENECK
HITCH, 19K MILES,
#13387A
WAS $43,995
NOW $41,995


HWY. 90 MARIANA, FL
(850) 482.4043 1 (866) 587.3673
uww.ChipolaFord.com
NICK E""Nair Uamm .
'All prices plus $299.50 P&H, tax, tag & title. All Incentives applied. Incentives good thru 9/12/2013.
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#12126A
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