Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
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English
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Jackson County Floridan
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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University of Florida
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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
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The Jackson County School
Board formally approved its pro-
posed 2013-14 budget Thursday,
with the final vote taken after, a
public hearing on the plan.
' Tentatively approved in late
July, it includes a total ad valor-
em tax rate of 6.36 mils, a slight
decrease from last year's tax rate
of 6.40. It is expected to gener-
ate $9,692,303 of the roughly
$77,224,651 that it will take to
fund the school system in the
present academic year. The
bulk bf the $77 million comes
from state and federal
resources.
The millage, or ad valorem
tax rate assessed upon property
owners, is separated into six el-
ements. However, the school
board elected not to assess any
millage in three of those half-


dozen subsections. The num-
bers that make up this year's
rate of 6.36 include a .37-mil
assessment that will be devoted
to capital outlay projects. That
segment will account for an es-
tiniated $563,863 of the total
expected local tax income of
$9,692,303. .
SCapital outlay generally refers
to funding for maintenance or
acquisition', of physical assets.
One bf the potential big-ticket
outlay projects for this year in-
eludes a re-roofing project at
Riverside Elementary School. At
an estimated- cost of $300,000,
it will be considered for fund-
ing on Tuesday when the board
meets for its regular monthly
session. The roof project was
included for discussion in the
school board's Thursday night
workshop, which was held just
after the public hearing on the


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The Jackson County School Boardis considering a new roof for Riverside Elementary School.


budget. In its monthly workshop
sessions, the board does not take
formal actions.
Another facilities-related ex-
pense the school board will con-
sider Tuesday concerns Golson
Elementary School. The board
must embark on a long-term
remediadtion program to remove
diesel fuel contamination from
an area where underground stor-


age tanks once rested. The tanks
once held diesel fuel that was, in
the past, used in powering the
school's heading system boilers.
The board is expected to vote
next week on the plan of action.
Terra-Corn Environmental Con-
sulting has prepared a remedia-
tion plan that involves bailing
and wicking procedures at mon-
itor wells on the site in order to


remove the contaminant. If the
plan is adopted, the absorbing
wicks would be replaced quar-
terly with fresh ones, or sooner
as needed. Measurable con-
taminants would be bailed out
of the area and stored in drums
for disposal. A skimming sys-
tem would also be installed at a
See BUDGET, Page 9A


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Drew Nicholson with S & S Electric looks over the renovation work at the Home Source International facility located
near the Marianna airport.

City opts out of competitive bids


for remaining Home Source work


Missed deadlines could
put Marianna on the
hook for millions
BYANGIECOOK
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MARIANNA With time no
longer on their side, city offi-
cials have made a push to final-
ize the economic development
project that promised hundreds
Sof jobs at a furniture and tex-
tile manufacturing company in
the Marianna Industrial Park.
Conimissioners onWednesday
approved a measure to adopt
"emergency procurement" pro-
cedures for the remainder of
renovation and repair work the.


City of Marianna is obligated to
completion the facility occupied
by Home Source
International.
The move aims
to keep the city off
the hook for proj-
ect-related grant
dollars, and help
Dean HSI meet contrac-
S tual obligations to
vendors and-ramp up hiring at
the site. '
SShortly after Home Source
moved into part of the facility,
the company took on a handful
of employees and began a small
furniture-making operation,
with plans to expand. The aging,
structure (sometimes known as


the old Alliance Laundry/Uni-
Mac building), however, showed
signs it needed extensive re-
pair- roof leaks proved to be
a persistent issue before that
expansion could be realized.
A year into the ren$ration and
repair project, the city is under
pressure to corrplete work on
the building to accommodate
the needs of its-new tenant, and
there's still more to be done.
With contracts in place and
inventory on its way, Home
Source is poised to finally add
textile manufacturing, as well
as move forward on plans to re-
locate its,business offices and
See DEVELOPMENT, Page 9A


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ecky Dunaway was
shopping for clothes
Saturday atTeresa
Luke's yard sale in Marian-
na. Luke said she already
had planned her yard sale
and didn't know about Flea
Across Florida. She added
that while the event was on-
Friday and Saturday, she
would be extending her
yard sale though Sunday.
See more photos on 1OA.


Landing clean up


set for Saturday
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@Icllorndan.com


Last year, volunteers col-
lected more than 500 pounds
of trash at Chattahoochee's
River Landing Park when
they gathered to do their part
in the International Coastal
Clean up program. The team
picked up everything from
plastic bottles to fishhooks on
the banks of the Apalachicola
River and from the water itself
near shore.
SThey're anticipating an
even bigger haul this year,
with floodwaters suspected of
having brought in and depos-
ited much.more debris from
upstream, and having lifted
more from the upland areas in
the park that normally would
have been on'dry ground.
The clean up starts at 9 a.m.
and runs until noon Eastern
time, and Jackson County
friends of the community are
being invited to take part.
Leigh Brooks, a coordinator
for the local effort, said several
people from across the river
participated last year and that
many are expected this year as
well.


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A discarded plastic bottle lies
on the shore of the Apalachicola
River on Friday in Chattahoochee.
Litter like this will be among the
targets.of a river clean up day,
Saturday, from 9 a.m. to noon CDT
in the city's.River Landing Park.

You don't have to preregister,
and you can work from land
or bring a boat and work near
water's edge.-
The clean up area will ex-,
tend across the entire landing,
which is at the end of the road
that runs alongside the Hard-
ee's restaurant in town.
Volunteers are advised to
wear close toed shoes, a hat,
long pants :and a long-sleeved
shirt. Bring work.' gloves, a
water bottle, a bucket for
See LANDINGS, Page 9A


Semi sideswipes school bus


, From staff reports


An Alabama truck driver has
been cited with a traffic viola-
tion after his vehicle's cargo
sideswiped a Jackson County
school bus that was carrying
several students. No injuries
resulted from the incident.
SThe Florida Highway Patrol
reports that at about 3:50 p.m.
on Thursday, a 2012 Peterbilt
truck tractor and flatbed trail-
er driven by Earl W Harper
of Oneonta, Ala., was travel-
ing west on McTavish Road
in southwest Jackson County.
Harper's semi was hauling an
oversized load consisting of
a crane. Meanwhile, a school
bus driven by Marion C. Brown
was traveling east on that same
road, making its afternoon
rounds south. of Alford, with


14 students on board.
As Harper attempted to pass,
according to theFHP, the pay-
load extending from his truck
sideswiped the left side of
the bus, near the rear of the
vehicle. The minor crash re-
sulted in no injuries, but the
patrolman's report estimated
the damage to the bus at
$2,500.
'Randy Ward, director of
transportation for the school
district, couldn't confirm that
FHP dollar amount when
reached by phone Friday,
though he did characterize the
damage as "minimal."
Ward said the bus's bumper,
rear stop-arm lights and other
small issues were repaired in
house.
Both the bus and driver were
back on the road Friday.


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JACKSON COUNTY
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HOWTOGETYOUR
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Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail; fax,mail, or hand delivery.
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anniversary and birth announcements.
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GETTING IT RIGHT
The Jackson County Floridan's policy
is to correct mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call 526-3614
Monday-Friday.


: SUNDAY, SEPT. 15
) 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 people who want to stop
drinking.
) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting'- 8 p.m. in th
board room of Campbbllton-Graceville Hospital,
5429 College Drive, Graceville. '

'* *"+ 'MONDAY, SEPT. 16 ;
)) Senior Fellowship Association Meeting Noo
in the First United Methpdist Church Youth'Center,
Marianna. Lunch is potluck, meat furnished. Guest
speaker: William Long, administrator of Jackson
County Health Department: Business of the month
Watson's. All seniors welcome.
Sneads Elementary School Advisory Council
4 p.m. School library. Public invited. Call 482-9003
)Jackson CountyQuilters 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,'Ile
sons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
) Alford Community Organization Meeting 6
p.m. in the Alford Community Center. New member
from Alford, surrounding communities invited to
join. Call 579-4482,638-4900 or 579-5173. ,,
)) Free Beginner Sign Language Classes 6-7
p.m. Sunday, Sept. 15-Oct. 13, Shiloh Baptist
Church, 1976 Shiloh Lane, Chipley. Class: Free. '
Books: $10. Call: 850-326-0244 or 850-596-623.2.
Concerned American Patriots of Jackson
County Meeting -6 p.m.at Jackson County
Agricultural Center, U. S. 90W., Marianna. Guest'
speakers, educator Velinda Root and retired USAF
Lt. Col. Debbie Gunnoe will discuss Common Core
Standards. :
) Capt. Luke Lott's Calhoun Guard, Camp 2212,
Sons of Confederate Veterans Meeting- 6 p.m
at theAltha Community Center. Any men, women
orchildren interested in Southern and Confederate
heritage are welcome. Call 592-3293.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 17-
) 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.
) Constitution Day Program -10 a.m. in Jacksor
SHall, Literature/Language building, Chipola College
Marianna. Guest speaker: Honorable Judge Wade
* Mercer. Call 718-2314. ..
, Chipola RegionalArts Association Meeting
- 11:30 a.m. at Jim's Buffett, Marianna. Dutch-treal
Luncheon at noon. For information, contact Anita
, Price at 718-2277 or pricea@chipola.edu.
. Orientation Noon to 3 p.m..at Goodwill Career
Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn aboL
and register for free services. Call 526-0139.
Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting
Noon at Jim's Buffet &.Grill., 4329 Lafayette St.,
Marianna.,
) Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-
* 5028.
) Jackson County School Board Meeting 4
p.m. in the JCSB meeting room, 2903 Jefferson St.,


Community Calend
Marianna. Public welcome. Agenda online at JCSE
org. Call 482-1200.
) PPLCS Board Meeting 4p.m. at Panharndle
Public Library Cooperative System office, 2862
p Madison St., Marianna. Call 482-9296. '
CHS Improvement and Advisory Council Me
e ing -5p.m. in the CottondaleHigh School Media
Center. All stakeholders welcome. C1l 482-9821.
S Genealogy 101 6-7:30 p.m. Sept. 10. 17 and;
S. at the Jackson County Public Library. 2929 Greer
. in Marianna. Thi's three-session course for buddir
n genealogists has tips and strategies on how to co
struct your family tree. Materials fee: $2 Register
today to hold your place. Call 482-9631.
) Disabled American Veterans.Meeting 7
Sp.m. at the DAV Chapter 22 house, 3083 DAV Lan
Marianna. Call 209-4310.
)Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m: in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
'. /
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18
s- $) USDA and Brown Bag Give Away -8 a.m.
Eldekare Services, 2979 Daniels St., Marianna. W
be giving out bags of food. Call 482-3220.
rs ) PPLCS Koha Workgroup 9 am. at the Pan-
handle Public Library Cooperative System Office,
2862 Madison St., Marianna. Call 482-9296.,
Jackson County Tourist Development Coumn
Meeting -10 a.m. at The Russ House, 4318 Lafa'
Settle St., Marianna. Call 482-8060,
A Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noc
to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 19
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 is in. Call 482-3734
International Chat'n' Sip 8:30-10 a.m. at thl
Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in
Marianna. Learning Center staff and their inter-
national .English learners invite the public for the
exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed
.environment. Light refreshments served. No chart
Cell 482-9124.
> Caregiver Support Group Meeting -11 a.m. t
noon in the First Presbyterian Church Social Hall,
S4437 Clinton St., Marianna. Open to all family care
givers providing care to loved ones or friends. Con
fidential group facilitated by a professional group
i counselor. Coffee, water, light snacks provided.
Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Qa
Restaurant, U.S. 90, Marianna. Call 526-3142.
> Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at
Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna.
t Call 482-2290".
) Job Club Noon to 3 p.m. at the Goodwill Care
Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn job
seeking/retention skills; get job search assistance
Jt Call 526-0139.'. ,
/ Jackson County Friends of the Library Annul
Meeting 4:30 p.m. at Jackson County Public
Library, 2929 Green St., Marianna. Members aid.
Those interested in joining are invited. Call 482-963
r ) Chipola Civic Club/Pilot Club Backpack BBE
Fundraiser 4:30-7 p.m. in the St. Luke's Episcol
Church Parish Hall, 4362 Lafayette St.i'Marianna.
Menu: Pulled pork barbecue, baked beans, colesla'
roll and dessert. Eat in or drive through: Proceeds


3. benefit the JCSB Weekend Backpack program for
needy kids. Tickets, $6 each, availablefrom any Pilot
member. Call 209-4658.
> Family Law Seminar- 5 p.m. at St. James A.M.E.
Church, 2884 Orange St., Marianna. Presented by
aet- the Jackson CouQty branch of the NAACP. Hosted
a by LaDray Gilbert, branch counsel. Seminar features
attorney Carter Young. Call482-2223.
24 Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group
'" 5:30 p.m. at Jaclkson Hospital Cafeteria Board
ig Rqom. Free to attend. Curriculum developed by e',-
n- r mokers for those who want to become ex-smokers.
r :rCall.482-6500. ,
Jackson County NAACP Meeting 5:30 p.m: in
the St. James A.M.E. Church basement, 2891 Orange
e, St., Marianna. Call 569-1294. .
)).VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting 6 p.m. at
2830 Wynn St.. Marianna, with a covered-dish sup-.
per.
>>Alcoholic . ,-"' +: . . .. r* ;
AlcoholicsAnonymous- Cosed discussion.8-9
p.m., First United MethodistChurch, 2901 Caledonia
SSt., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited to
.'persons with a desire to stop drinking; papers will'
Snot designed. '

.. . FRIDAY, SEPT.20 ,
1 Small Business Seminar: "Social Media Be7
yond Facebook" 9:30-11:30 a.m., in Room M-108,
Chipola College Business and Technology building,
il Marianna. Provides an overview of new, emerging,
Y' and audience-specific social.media channels. Learn,
Which are right for which busiriesses.-Cost:$15.
)n Register online at www.northfloridabiz.com, call 718-
2441 or email seversone@chipola.edu.
) Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at the Jackson
County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New'and
experienced hand crafters welcome to create, share,
learn Por-teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631..
) Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
4. Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult,
le teen meetings to"overcome hurts, habits and .
hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
S209-7856.573-1131.
)), Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting-8-9
3d. p.m. in'the AA room of First United Methodist
g;e. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

0to SATURDAY, SEPT: 21
SInternational Coastal Cleanup 9 a.m. to noon
S EDT at Chattahoochee River Landing Park. Call
- 850-663-4361.
> Annual Constitution Week Luncheon -11a.m.
in MacKinnon Hall, St..Luke's Episcopal Church, .
ks 4362 Lafayette St., Marianna. Hosted by Chipola
Chapter, NSDAR, Blue Springs.Society, N.S.C.A.R.,
and William Dunaway Chapter, SAR. Keynote, speak-
er: Judge William L.'Wright. Dutch-treat luncheon:
$12. For reservations call 209-4066 by Sept.15.
er ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30-
5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
S Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.

al . SUNDAY, SEPT.22
) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion -
31 -6:30 p.m. at 4349W. Lafayette St. in'Marianna
(in one-story building behind 4351 W. Lafayette
S St.). Attendance limited to people who wanttostop
pal drinking. '
) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. i hthe
boardroom of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
5429 College Drive, Graceville.


The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to:-Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.R 0. Box520, Mariarina, FL32447,
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Marianna Police
Department
The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the following
incidents for Sept. 12, the latest
available report: Three acci-
dents, one abandoned vehicle
report, one suspicious incident,
three burglar alarms, two
traffic stops, two criminal
mischief complaints, two civil
disputes, one trespass com-
plaint, one assist of a motorist
or pedestrian, one child abuse
complaint and 12 home secu-
rity checks.


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Sheril
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Sept. 12, the lai
report: One de
ral causes), on
three abandon
suspicious vel
cious incident
one highway c


Police Rountmdup
on CountyV burglary; one physical distur-'
fS Office bance, one verbal disturbance,
two pedestrian complaints, one
County Sheriff's fire call with police response,
Office and one drug offense, 19 medical
county calls, one traffic crash with en-
Sfire/rescue trapment, one fire department
reported the assist, three burglar alarms, one
following report of shooting in the area,
incidents for five traffic stops, four larceny
.test available complaints, three civil disputes,
ead person (natu- one trespass complaint, 23
le stolen vehicle, property checks, one assist of a
ied vehicles, five motorist or pedestrian, one re-
licles, two suspi- tail theft, one assist of another
:s, two escorts, agency, four public service calls,
obstruction one three welfare checks and one


threat/harassment complaint.

Jackson County
Correctional Facility
The following person were
booked into 4he county jail dur-
ing the latest reporting periods:
)) Brittany Keys, 23, 2919
Albert St. (Apt. A), Marianna,
criminal mischief, battery
(domestic).

Jail Population: 223
To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
agency: To report a wildlife violation, call


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ent nationalities, religions,
beliefs and languages that
exist to mention. Despite
all the differences, we
who are Christians should
believe that we are all.
human beings' and God's
children. -
When a baby.cries,
language; nationality,'
location or belief is not a
factor in how that baby
sounds. A smile, tears, joy,


anger and other human

reality we are
all the same.
p We, the
United
States of
America, are
considered
Thomas by most of
Vincent the world as
Murphy the loaders
and most
positive examples of how
to exist, but are we still
good role models for the
rest of the world? At this
time in ouwr history, maybe
we can be humble enough
to learn a few things from
some of theso called
poorer countries of our'
world, like how to'
possibly exist on much
less.
As many of our. citizens
go through tough times,


it might be a good idea to
think seriously about the
"old days" when owning
a small piece of land and
growing vegetables and
fruits helped in a large
way to take care of our
needs. In fact, that might
even be a great idea,
The reason'I mention
this idea is not to put folks
in a "panic mode," but to
put folks in a "wise mode."
Like it or not, We live in
an unpredictable world,
and the more stability we
can bring to our'indi-
vidual families, the better.
Learning how to be more
disciplined in life now,
could make a major dif-
ference in our lives in the
future. The uncertainty
that is a part of life today
could affect some of our
more successful citizens
even more than those that


have become accustomed
to living a modest lifestyle,
because a drop from the
top would be a much big-
ger one.
In today's world, it's
important to keep in close
touch with reality and the
constant changes taking
place around us. Even-
though we are considered
by many to be the greatest
Country in the world, we
must not stray from the
values that have led us to
greatness, if we want to
continue being the lead-
ers of our world. As was
acknowledged in the be-
ginning of our existence,
in The United States of
America, God and prayer
should continue to be our
most vital ingredients.

* Thomas Vincent Murphy can be
reached attvami@yahoo.com.


*Pets on Parade '

7W


' SUBMITTED PHOTO
This tame little pony has beautiful blue eyes and is gentle and
easy to handle. He would be a good pony for children or as a
companion for another horse. He is healthy and ready for a
new home. Contact Hidden Springs Horse Rescue to learn how
you can adopt him. If you would like to adopt him, please call'
Hidden Springs Horse Rescue at (850) 526-2231 to schedule a
visit. Their website is www.FloridaHorseRescue.com.


SMARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
Fred is a male, schnauzer mix who was found behind the
Compass Lake in the Hills Volunteer Fire Department. He is 1-
2 years old and has been trained to sit, shake and roll over. If
you are his owner, call the shelter at 482-4570. The: Partners
for Pets shelter is at 4011 Maintenance Drive in Marianna. Its
hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Friday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday.Its website is www.partnersforpets.petfinder.com.


FPU sponsors Sunday Afternoon With the Arts


Special to the Floridan

Lynnwood Tanner of
FPU presented the Artists.
Guild of Northwest Florida
president Larry Conley,
with a $5,000 check in .
support of SundayAfter-
noon with the Arts 2013.
This will be the third year
FPU has provided finan-
Scial support for the in-
creasingly popular annual
art show and reception.
The event will take place
at the Chipola College *
Cultural Arts Center on
L Sunday, Nov. 3,1-4 p.m.
Everyone is invited to
come out and enjoy an
afternoon of art;
entertainment, food and
fun.


Jackson Count
Andrew H. William of
Marianna is among 16,000
semifinalists in the 59th
annual National Merit
Scholarship Program.
The high school seniors
will be considered for
about 8,000 national Merit
Scholarships totaling
about $35 million, to be
awarded in the spring.
Approximately 1.5 mil-


-ON THE MENU
SCHOOL MENUS"
.rFOR SEPT.,9-13

MONDAY
preakfast-Choicp of one:.
ABreakfast Pizza Bagel,As-
,,sorted .Crel.Toast Choice
'f-Frufl'Assortked'fresh Fruit,
(hilled, Mixed Fruit, -106% Fruit
Juice, ' '
Lunc--Choice of 6one .hishl
Nuggets & Hush Pup pjes.
Ham & CHie68e'SandWlch.
Choose op't, Crigpy Tater
T6ts, Ste'med'Green Beans,
Fresh Assorted fruit Chilled
Peaches, 100% Fruit Juice.

:TUESDAY
-Breakfast-Choice of one:'
Sausage Biscuit, Assorted
Cereal & Toast. Choice of Fruit:.
.Assorted Fresh Fruit. Craisins,
100% Fruit Juice.


Ii- I 'E Lb'FH ID
Lynnwood Tanner of FPU presents the Artist Guild of Northwest
Florida President LarryConley with check.


Other sponsors of this
year's event include the
Jackson Cdounty Floridan,
First Commerce Credit
Union, The UPS Store,


Marianna, John Brewer's
Studio, Tabor Art Studio,
Overstreet LLC, and it
is funded in part by the
- Jackson County Tourist


Development Council.
TheArtists Guild of
Northwest Florida, Inc. is a
Florida 501(c) (3) not-for-
profit charitable orga-
nization and donations
are tax deductible under
IRS rules. Donations are'
needed, encouraged and
welcomed. Please'address
donations to The Artist
Guild of Northwest Flor-
ida, Inc., P 0. Box 1605,
Marianna, FL 32447. Your
financial support will help
ensure the future of the
annual SundayAfternoon
with the Arts Exhibit and
Reception.
For information, visit
The Artists Guild of North-
west Florida, Inc., web-
page at tagnwfl.org.


ty student named National Merit semifinalist


lion high school juniors
across the country take

naryry SAT,
the Prelimi-

which is
4. the initial,
screen for
the Na-
tional Merit
Williams Scholarship
Program.
Semifinalists make up'

Lunch-Choice of.Qne:
Nachos Supreme, Assorted
Wraps..Choose.up to 3: Black'
Bean & Corn Salad, Seasoned
Refried Beans.'Fresh Assorted
' Fruit. Chilled Pineapple Tidbits.
: 100 % Fruit Juice.

WEDNESDAY
Breakfast-Choice of
One-ScOrambled eggs & Grits,
Assorted Cereal & Toast.
Choice of Fruit: Assorted Freshi
Fruit, CNilled Peaches, 100%
Fruit Juice.
Lunch-Choice of One: Spa-
ghetti & meat Sauce, Hotdog
on a Bun. Choose Up to3:
Steanmed Broccoli. Stearned
Carrots. Fresh Assorted Fruit.
Chilled Peaches. 100% Fruit
Juice.

THURSDAY
Breakfast-Cnoice of One,
Chicken Biscuit, Assorted


about 1 percent of high
school seniors in the
United States. This group
includes the highest scor-
ers in each state.
The number of semi-
finalist is proportional
to the states percentage
of their total number of
graduating seniors.
Scholarship applications
can be submitted now by

Cereal & Toast. Choice of Fruit:'
- Assorted Fresh Fruit, Baked -
Apple Slices, 100% Fruit Juice.
Lunch-Choice of One.
Chicken Nuggets, Cold Cut on
a Bun. Choose Upto 3: Sweet
potato Wedges, Steamed
Green Boans, Fresh Assorted
Fruit, Chilled Pears, 100% Frul.:
Juice.. '

FRIDAY
Breakfast-Choice of One: As-'
sorted M uffin ILaves. Assorted.
Cereal & Toast. Choice of Fruit:'
AssQrted Fresh Fruit, Raisins,
100qo Fruit Juice.
Lunch-Choice of One: Cheese.
Pizza, Taco Quesadilla. Choose',
Up to 3: Fresh Carrot Sticks,.,
Steamed Peas. Fresh Assortedi
Fruit, Chilled Mixed Fruit, 10004/p'
Fruit Juice.
Information provided by the
Jackson County Schools Food '
Service Department Menu subject
to change.


semifinalists to the Na-
tional Merit Scholarship'
Program.
National Merit Schol-
arship winners will.be
announced between April
and July.


Birth
Mason Blaine Farkash ---\\
was born at 3:37 p.m. :'
on Aug. 30, at Jackson .
Hospital, Marianna.
He weighed 7 pounds
7 ounces and was 203
inches long at birth.
His parents are Lacy
and Johnathan Farkash.
Grandparents are Larry a A
Dean, Nancy Dean,
John Farkash and Jane
Farkash of Marianna.



Birth
Zamauri Montae Law-
rence was born at 8:46 "
p.m. on Aug. 31, at Jack-
son Hospital, Marianna.
He weighed 6 pounds *ig
15.7 ounces and was
20 inches long at birth.
His parents are Rebecca
Murphy and Michael
Lawrence.




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Birth'
ikeyton Dakota Bums
was born at 11:20 p.m.
on Aug. 3 1. at Jackson
Hospital, Marianna.
He weighed 7 pounds
6 ounces and was 21
inches long at birth. His
mother is Ashley Burns.
Grandparents are Lisa
and Wallace'Godwin, Ef-
fie Putnal, Evan Guilford
and Shirley Guilford, all
from Calhoun County.

.. . ......, ,, ,,...... ... ,,. ..... '..... ........... ........
Birth
Avlanna Grace Chafin was
born on July 23, at Flowers
Hospital in Dothan, Ala.
She weighed*6 pounds
and 11 ounces and was 20
inches long at birth.
Her parents are Chad
and Catherine Chafin
of Marianna. Her father
is currently serving in
the Army stationed in-El
Pasco, Texas.
Grandparents are Eddie
Lane, Mark and Donna
Atkins, and John and "
Michele Chafin, all of.
Marianna.
Great-grandparents are Curtis and Reva Lane of
Panama City, Mack and Betty Lipford of Marianna,
Louise Wade of St. Claire County, Ala., Terry Daniels
and the late Elaine Shores Daniels of Marianna, and
Howard and Annette Chafin also of Marianna.
Great-great-grandparent is Marie Chafin of
Marianna.
.'. .... .; .... .......... ............... g............. .\.
,.Birthday*

Sarah Lynn Weeks
turned 7-yeaTs-old on'
Sept. 12, 2013. Sheis the
daughter of Danny and
Loretta Weeks of Sneads
and Melissa and Eric
Booth of Mariahna. Her


paternal grandparents
are Pam Weeks and Carl
and Carla Weeks. Her ma-
ternal grandparents are
Don and Teresa Johnson.
She is the great grand-
daughter of the late Lloyd
and Shirley Williams and
Luvirn and the Later Pas-
tor Beryl Mihifeld.
Sarah has three sisters,
Haylee, Kayla and Des-
tiny, and three broth-


ers, Dustin, Dylan and
Braydon. She celebrated
her birthday with family
and friends.












Publisher "
VALERIA ROBERTS

Our Opinion


Mundane



improvements

T he work of government is sometimes sensational,
as evidenced by. Florida Attorney General Pam ,
Bondi's request to postpone last week's sched-
uled execution of condemned murderer Marshall Lee
Gore because it conflicted with a planned fundraiser to
kick Offher re-election campaign. ,
Most of what government does, however, is far more
mundane and beneficial. '
For instance, Jackson County, with funds allocated.
by the State of Florida. has big plans to resurface roads
throughout the county in the coming year.
Among the projects county commissioners hope
to fund are improvements to Fairview Road. a major .
evacuation route that has suffered chronic flooding
.duringthis summer's heavy rains. The commission
has marked the evacuation route as a top priority, and
rightly so..
Othlier improvements. include major work for State ",
Road 71; fixing an intersection at U.S. 90; resurfacing
along 71 South; and realignment and turn lanes at 71.
SNorth and Blue Springs Road.
Fifteen miles of State Road 69 South will be resur-' ".
faced this year from U.S. 90 in Grand Ridge all the way
to Calhoun County; State Road 73 and State Road 1661 ,
from County Road 167 to the Chipola Riverwillbe
resurfaced, as will State Road 77 from the Washington
County line' t6 just south of Brown Street in Gracev-
ille. Look for improvements along U.S. 231 in the next
couple 6f years as well. .'
Such work isn't titillating or provocative, but will
quietly make daily life in our communitybetter as the
w Weeks and months unfold..

Contact your representatives

Florida Legislature

SState Rep. Marti Coley, R-District5
District Office:
Administration Building, Iloom 186
.Chipola College
'3094Indian Circle i.
Marianna, FL 32446-1701 ,.
Cley 850-718-0047 '
.w' www.MyFloridaHouse.gov :. ,:'

I State Sen. Don Gaetz, R-Dlstritct 1
,District Office:
S4300 Legendary Drive
.Suite.2307
Destin,'FL 32541 ..
850-897-5747
Gaetz 866-450-4366 (toll free)'
www.FLSenate.gov .

U.S.Congrtess"


US. Rep. Steve Southeiand iI, 11.-2
1229 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
202-225-5235
@RepSoutherland
www.Southerland.House.gov

U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla.
716 Hart Sehate Office Building
.Washingion. DC 20510
202-224-5274 ..
:@SenBillNelson ;. '
S .wwwBiliNelson.Senate.go6v':

RU.S.Sen.MarcoRubio,R-Fla. .
317 Han Senate Office Building
"Washington, DC 20510
202-224-3041
"@MarcoRubio
wwvw.Rubio.Senate.gov


2013 Jeff Stahler/Dist. by Universal UClick for UFS


Camp Hoov

before the ranger started a
tour of Camp Hoover in
SShenandoah National Park
the other day, she askedivisitors:..
What do you think of when you
hear the name Hoover?
For a moment, all you heard was
bird song. Then a woman venturede,
"FBI?" -
That would'be I. Edgar Hoover.'
Ranger Danielle Yoder gently ,
explained that Camp Hoover was
President Herbert Hoover's sum-,
mer White House.
Today, manry'people might find
ithard to placethe31st president.
Hoover won the 1928 election in a
landslide, only to see his popular-
ity and prestige evaporate as the.
economy collapsed in the Great
Depression. His name became
synonymous with misery.
2 Hoovervilles were the shanty.
towns that sprang up when .the
homeless sought refuge in card-.
board and scrap metal shacks.
Hoover blankets were newspapers
stuffed inside coats to keep out the
cold; Hoover Pullmans were the rfl'
boxcars that desperate people rode
to start life anew.
Hoover blamed congressib :
nal foes for refusing to enact his ,.,
programs to deal with the crisis,
although he arguably worsened the
Depression by signing the Smoot-
Hawley Tariff bill in 1930. Aimed at
Protecting American farmers and
businesses, the law raised the ayer,.
age import tax to. about 40 percent
In 1932, Franklin D.,Roosevelt
easily defeated Hoover. 'Historians
mark Hoover as a brilliant, com-
passionate humanitarian -- and a- i
failure as president.
Avisitto the presidential retreat


tells a pre,


MarshaMercer
,provides-asympathetic, personal,.
portrait of a beleaguered president
and his independent wife. Byrd
Visitors Center has a first-ratelex-
hibit about the history of the park
and the Hoovers' getaway. There
I'met Bill Jones, a newly retired
" teacher who, inhis first summer as
a seasonal naturalist park ranger,
became intrigued by the Hoovers
and started reading everything he
could find on them.'
Hoover's life is a classic American,
success story, says Jones,'whose en-
thusiasm is infectious. Hoover, the
son of a Quaker blacksmith in Iowa,
was orphaned by age 10 and was
sent to live with relatives in Oregon.
He was graduated in the first class '.
Sat Stanford, where he met his future
wife, Lou Henry, the university's
first female geology graduate. ._
:'Hoover made a fortune as a min-
ing engineer and became known
as a humanitarian during.,and after
World War I, leading 'U.S. food relief
efforts in Europe that fed more.
than 300 million people. .
EVen before his 1929 inaugura-
tion, then in March, Hooverreal,
Sized he'd need to escape the "pneu-
matic hammer" ofthe niatioi's
capital. He wanted a rustic place,
Within 100 miles of Washington, at'
an elevation above 2,500 feet to be
free of:disease-carrying mosqui- ..


Letters to
Proud of SneadsHigh

As a parent of teenag- 'President BasharAssad
ers and, more specifi- and his government have
call, a parent of athletes, I allowed these Christians
wanted to let our com- to live in this Christian
munityknow how proud community for years
I was of the Sneads High andhave never attacked
Schoolvolleyball teamon .... them. I understand, from
Thursday night, .. .. internet reports, that the
Obviously as visitors, Christians support Assad.
a team will never be These Syrian' rebels thatf
received warmly, but one spent the last several days
should not have to enter taking over this Christian
a hostile situation at any community have done so
time.And when a student. with the help of weapons
.body behaves in the man- funded by the U.S. and
ner these kids behaved, other countries.
it shouldbe considered The question I am ask-
an embarrassment to the "ing the citizens of Jackson
school as a'whole County and our nations
I applaud our coaches is: Are we opposed to
arid athletes for acting Christians?
maturely and not reacting I think President Obama
to their actions in anyway and many of his ad-
Thankyou, Sneads volley- ministration leaders are
bail, team, for makingyour' anti-God, anti-Bible and
families proud during this anti-Christian. I pray that
.match. we, the American citizens,
One last encourage- are not anti-God and anti-
ment: This school will be Christian. Those rebels
visiting us in the weeks to that we are supportingare
come. I hope our student some of the same rebels
body wilrnot lower itself, that have been killing. our
to their standards, but troops all over the world
instead behave just as Lastly, remember 9/11?
maturely and responsibly .REV.DR.BILLY BRUNER
as vT1r toam did I wlold Cottondale


like to be able to
proud I am of ou
student body an
that time also.
JENNIFER


say how Thanks for support
ir entire
d staff at of Missy McCroan
Owens
BASFORD In this day and time of
'Sneads hearing a lot of negative
things going on in our


Are we opposed to wona, it is so rerrersnmg
Chdst-ans?`-W-" to know that we live in
Chnstians? a community of caring
What shocks me is that people whose compassion
we are funding the rebels for others is so evident.
in Syria and they are using Many people in out area
thisfunding and weapons .powMissy IcCroan
to take over the Christian Owens, who has lived in
community in Syria. Yet Jackson County all of her


idential tale

toes and the capital's sweltering
heat and humidity in those pre-air
conditioning days, and a good trout
stream to satisfy his passion for
fishing. He found it at the head-
waters of the Rapidan River in the
Blue Ridge Mountains.: ..-',"
Hoover, who refused a salary as
president, paid for. the 164 acres
and thejfurishings himself, and
the Marines built the 13 buildings
as a training assignment. The presi-
dential hideaway had a mess hall
to serve 20, horse stables, a trout
hatchery, a town hall and guest
cabins. Building Camp Rapidan, as.
the Hoovers called it, meant more
toads, electricity and telephone.:
lines into the remote mountains.
They entertained frequently,
and their guest listrwas a,"who's
who" of American-business'and
government.
SAfter using the camp0from 1929 to
1933, the Ho6vers gave it to the fed-
eral government, with the idea that
it would be used by future presi-
dents. FDR visited once and found
the terrain too challenging. He built
his presidential retreat, Shangri-la,
in Maryland's Catoctin MNountains.
President Dwight Eisenhower .
renamed it Camp David.' .
Visitors today can go inside two
of the three buildings slM stand.
ing at Camp Hoover, including the
Hoovers' simple cottage,.which'
ihey had painted brown to contrast
with the ornite White House and its
political noise, worries and cares.
The camp remains as secluded in
'the mountains as Hoover's life is in
the public memory.,
'Marsha Mercer writes from Washington; You
ray contact her at marsha.mercer@yahoo.
comrn. 2013 Marsha Mercer. All rights reserved.


the Editorrol .team

School volleyball team


life. Missyis facing seri-
ous medical issues and
continued hospitalization,
which may be followed
by an extensive stay in a
rehabilitation facility. Cur-
rently, she has had several
tests run and doctors at
Emory University Hospital
continue to be baffled by
her case.
The tremendous
amount of love and con-
cern shown for Missy and
her family i characteristic
of many people who live
in our community. The ,
prayers'that have been
said on her behalf have. ':
been extensive and extend
to far corners of the world
including South Africa
and Singapore.
SWe have had many
businesses, individuals
and churches contribute
their time and efforts to
raise money for Missy's
escalating and formidable
n edical expenses. We
would like to publicly
thank every person wvho
contributed to the success
Of our recent fundraiser
and/or gave personal
contributions. When we
count our blessings, we
should count our sense of
community and devotion
to each other as a huge
one,
CAROLYN PILCHER (ON
.BEHALFOFFRIENDS AND
FAMILY OF MISSY
MCCROAN OWENS)
Inwood


After 32 years of service,
I retired from the Navy
base, Panama City Beach,
Fla. It was an honor to
serve my country as a civil


servant. I startediout as a
clerk, advanced to-a:secre-
tary and eventually, after
manyyears, was advanced
to a program analyst. I
retired in 2004.
I Everyone has been af-
fected by the state of our
economy and our money
just doesn't go as far as it
did in the past. There is a
proposed initiative in the
Washiington budgettalks
that wouldchange the,.
way the'annual cost-of-
livifig (COLA) adjustments
would be calculated,,,Te
proposed CPI caueation
does not include the rising
costs of health care.
"This reduction in COLA
would affect Floridians
who receive federal civil-
'an iand military retire-
ment annuities, as well
as Social Security ben-
efits, veterans' benefits
arid disability benefits.
This change is called
the Chained Consumer
Price Index (CPI). The
CPI supporters are trying
to pass this initiative off
as a "better measure of
inflation," when in fact, it
would drastically reduce
the COLA amountto a
fraction of the actual infla-
tion rate-. '
S.lurge Florida lawmak-
ers to reject the Chained
CPIrfnd provide America's
seniors,,retired veterans,
public servants, and
individuals with disabili-
ties the income protection
they need to be able to af-
ford the necessities of life
. during their retirement


Years.


CAROLYN SWENSON
Panama City


Southerland





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efficacy of investing in
foreign companies. Com-
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and transparency often
fall far short of acceptable
standards. Arid corruption
can be disconcerting.
U.S. investors who invest
in Chinese-owned com-
panies, for instance, may
do so at significant risk, as
regulatory bodies there are
weak and often corrupted.
'A crackdown on corrup-
tion in China has inten-
sified in recent weeks,"
according to an article in
TheNew YorkTimes. "Last
week, four senior man-
agers of C.N.P.C. -(China
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discipline," according to a
statement on the web-
site of the party's Central.


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discern which Indonesian-
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end. There they participated in the.Chapter's President Conference. Students met officers
from other chapters as well as the state officers. They worked together in group projects.
and discussions. Meanwhile teachers were able to attend workshops that counted towards
their continuing education credit., From-left are, from Cottonridale, Colby Hargrove and Miran-
:da Sapp; from Sneads High School, Geri Hardin and Cole Hamilton; and from Grand Ridge
'School, Johnny Stone and Garrett McbDaiiel.


Wiregrass Model Railroad show Sept. 21-22


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S22. The show will be at thi
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The 'shoW hours are 9
- am. to 5 p.m. on Sat. and
iv 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sun-
- day. Admission is $5 for
- adults and free for children
Sun'der theageof 12,
d Vendors from through-
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more than 100 tables of
train-related merchandise
and the will also feature
door prizes and conces-
sions. An outdoor train
ride for children will be of-
- fered-for a small additional
charge both days, weather
permitting.


Healthy homes seminar Sept. 24
Special to the Floridan I. Local IMP agent John Thompson will be
giving tips on household pest and pest
State specialist Randy Cantrell, Gaines--' -management.
ville, will be at the Jackson County Ag- -RSVP no later than one week prior to
ricultural Complex, 2741- Pennsylvania the program to ensure adequate materi-
Ave., Suite 3, Marianna, on Sept. 24 from als will be available for attendees. Light
6-8 p.m. conducting a seminar on healthy snacks will be served.
homes. Hewill be giving tips on how to Forinformation call MNandy Griffin, fam-
make your home safe, clean, healthy and. ifly and consumer sciences agent at 482-
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vic Club beans, cole slaw, roll, and
of Mari- dessert,. :
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through will be available.
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sends food home on week-
end for needy children.


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KRISHNA SPEAKS TO

OPTIMISTS CLUB


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D r. Murali Krishna of Chipola Surgical and Medical Specialties
was welcomed recently by the Marianna Optimist Club as its
guest speaker. Dr. Krishna, who is a board-certified internist,
spoke to the gathering of men about the many benefits of maintain-
ing proper weight and about a growing part of his practice that helps
people not only lose weight but also maintain a healthy weight. Dr.
"Krishna is seen here with Optimist Program Chairman Ken Stouta-
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This forum was open to
the public. He discussed
risk factors for falls and
ways to deter them, in


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the elderly population.
Gentiva Home Health offers a comprehensive balance program called
Safe Strides. For moreinformation regarding this program, please call
,Gentiva Home Health at 526-1932. To contact Chipola Medical Asso-
ciates,.please call 526-3434.


40-year sentence given out


m tourist murder case


The Associated Press.;
SMONTICELLO A sen-
sational murder case that
drew national and inter-
national ,attention two
decades ago was revisited
Friday inside a small Flori-
da Panhandle courtroom.
-One of the teenagers
convicted of killing a Brit-
ish tourist at a highway
rest stop was back before
a judge to be resentenced
,for his role-in the crime.
Circuit Judge Karen Giev-
ers wound up giving a new
40-year sentence to Aun-
draAkins for the attempted
murder of Margaret Jagger.
He could wind up getting
out in 12 years based on
time already served arid
good behavior.
Akins was just 14 years
old when he, and three
otherjuveniles took part in
an early morning shooting
and robbery in September
1993 that wounded Jagger
and left her fiance Gary
Colley dead.
The crime which fol-
lowed the deaths of other


,tourists in a single year
- jolted a state that re-
lies, so heavily on tourists
and prompted the state
to wind up hiring armed
guards to provide security
at Florida's highway rest
stops.
Akins received a 27-year
sentence 'for second-de-
gree murder in a plea deal
but life for attempted mur-
der after a trial.'But an ap-
peals court- citing a U.S.
Supreme Court decision
that juveniles cannot be
sentenced to life without
parole for non-homicide
.crimes last ,Nvem-
ber overturned the life
sentence. :
SJagger returned to Flori-
da forthe resentencing.
Tallahassee television
station WCTV showed
video of her testifying dur-
ing the hearing saying that
"my sentence will never
come to an end." The tele-
vision station also showed
Akins telling her that he
was not the "kid" that he
was before and that he
hoped she could forgive


NAACP hosts family

law seminar Thursday


Special to the Floridan


The Jackson County
branch of the NAACP will
be hosting a family law
seminar. The program will
be held on Sept. 19, St.
James AME Church, 2884
Orange St., Marianna, at 5
p.m.


Judge: 'Hiccup Girl'
can give interviews
LARGO -ATampa Bay
area judge has ruled that
"Hiccup Girl" Jennifer Mee
can tell her story to the
media before her upcom-
ing murder trial.


The program will be
hosted by Branch Counsel
LaDray Gilbert, esquire.
The seminar will focus
on issues in regards to di-
vorce, child support, child
custody, and other various
family law scenarios.
For more information,
call 482-2223.


Judge Nancy Moate Ley
made the ruling Friday. Pi-
nellas County prosecutors
had asked the judge ear-
lier this week to prevent
any interviews Mee had
planned to give before her
trial, which starts Tuesday.
From wire reports


him some day.
Jagger told the Talla-
hassee Democrat that she
hopes Aldkins can stay out
of trouble and have anoth-
er life when he eventually
gets out of prison.


Authorities search
for stolen Olympic
medal
BRADENTON -Au-
thorities are searching for
a 2012 London Olympics
gold medal after a Baha-
mian sprinter living in the
Tampa Bay area.reportedc
it stolen this week.
Bradenton police
say 24-year-old Deme-
trius Pinder reported the


medal stolen Wednesday.
He left it in Its case in
the center console of his
truck, which was parked
outside his apartment.
He explains that he usu-
ally keeps the medal with
him but forgot to bring it
inside Tuesday night.
During the London
games, Pinder was a
member of 4X400 relay
team for the Bahamas,
where he grew up. Pinder


ran track at Texas A&M
and currently trains
at IMG Academy in
Bradenton.
Police say fingerprints
were lifted from Pinder's
truck, and detectives are
searching local pawn
shops.
Anyone with informa-
,tion should call Crime
Stoppers at 866-634-8477.
From wire reports


CITY OF MARIANNA

BUDGET SUMMARY
,FISCAL YEAR 20-0132014


DESCRIPTION
ESTIMATED REVENUES:
Taxes (Less Ad Valorem),
Ad Valorem Taxes' (2:8164 Mills)
Licenses & Permits
Intergovernirental
Charges for Services
Fines & Forfeitures
Miscellaneous
TOTAL REVENUES


Transfers In


TOTAL REVENUES, TRANSFERS
AND BALANCES

EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES:
General Government
Public Safety
Human Services
Culture & Recreation
Physical Environment
Economic Environment
Transportation
Debt Service
TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
Transfers Out
Reserves
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
TRANSFERS AND BALANCES


GENERAL'
FUND

$ 2,772,823
663,104
70,300
1,021,756
783,667
34,700
55,360
.&,401,710
1,186,383

6,588,093


1,541,856
2,217,246

902,832
55,000
255,000
1,203,151
333,095-
6,508,180

79,913

$ 6,588,093


ENTERPRISE
FUNDS




7,200,000
19,427,571

12,000
26,639,571


TOTAL
BUDGET

2,772,823
663,104
70,300
8,221,756
20,211,238
34,700
67,360
32,041,281

S1,186,383

33,227,664


26,639,571


12,609,531 ,
12,029,098


1,541,856
2,217,246
12,609,531
902,832
12,084,098
255,00.0
1,203,151
1,147,834


814,739


25,453,368

1,186,383


26,639,751


31,961,548

1,186,383
79,913

33,227,844


* TENTATIVE MILLAGE FOR AD VALOREM-2.8164 MILLS PER $1,000.
* THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE
OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS PUBLIC RECORD. "1
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NOTICE OF PROPOSED

TAX INCREASE

The City of Marianna has tentatively adopted
a measure to increase itsproperty tax levy.


Last year's property tax levy:


A. Initially proposed tax levy
........................*.................. $653,650

B. Less tax reductions due to
Value Adjustment Board and
other assessment change
....... ...... .. (2 091)
'ab k& r'I 'mp e iat Vf
C. Actual property tax levy
................ ...5 .,


This year's proposed tax levy
______ __..E... .Eu .E $698,004



All concerned citizens are invited to attend
a public hearing on the tax increase,
and other matters to come before the
commission, to be held on


Wednesday, September 18, 2013
5:01 .RM.
: .a t
SCity Commission Room
2898 Green Street
Marianna, Florida 32446
- ', *- "

A FINAL DECISION on the proposed
tax increase and the budget will be
made at this hearing.


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,2013 7AF


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Pre-teen was bullied for months before suicide


The Associated Press

TAMPA For nearly a
year, as many as 15 girls
ganged up on 12-year-old
Rebecca Ann Sedwick and
picked on her, authorities
say, bombarding her with
online messages such as
"You should die" and "Why
don't you go kill yourself?"
Rebecca couldn't take it
anymore.
She changed' one of
her online screen names
to "That Dead Girl." She
messaged a boy in North
Carolina: '"I'm jumping."
And then, on Monday,
the Lakeland girl went to
an abandoned concrete:
plant, climbed a tower
and hurled herself to her
death.
Authorities have seized
computers and cellphones
from. some of the girls as
they decide whether to
bringcharges in what ap-
'pears to be '-the nation's
latest. deadly cyberbully-
ing case.
S The bullying started
over a "boyfriend issue"
last year at Crystal Lake
Middle School, Sheriff
Grady Judd said. Buit he
gave no details. Police said
Rebecca was suspended at.
one point for fighting with
a girl who used to be her
friend..
: Rebecca had been, "ab-
.solutely terrorized" by
.the other girls,-Judd said.
He said detectives, fo.uid
some' of her diaries at her
home, and she talked of
how depressed she was
about'the situation.
"Her writings would
break your heart," he said.
The case has illustrated,
once -more, the ways 'in


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visiting


Florida
The Associated Press


which youngsters are us-
ing the Internet to torment
others.
"There is a lot of digital
drama. Middle-school kids
are horrible to each other,
especially girls," said Perry
Aftab, a New Jersey-based
lawyer and expert on
cyberbullying.
Last December, Rebecca
was hospitalized for three
days after cutting her
wrists because of what she
said was bullying, accord-
ing to the' sheriff. Later,
after Rebecca complained
that she had been pushed
in the hallway and that an-
other girl wanted to fight
her, Rebecca's mother be-
gan home-schooling her
in Lakeland, a city of about
100,000 midway between
Tampa and Orlando, Judd
said.
This fall,.Rebecca started
at a new school, Lawton
Chiles Middle Academy,
and loved it, Judd said. But
the bullying, continued
online.
"She put on a perfect,
happy face. She never told
me," Rebecca's 'mother,
Tricia Norman, told the


Lakeland Ledger. "I never
had a clue. I mean, she
told me last year when she
was being bullied, but not
this year; and I have no
'.idea why."
After Rebecca's suicide,
police looked at her com-
puter and found search
queries such as "what is
overweight for a 13-year-
old girl," "howto get blades
out of razors," and "'how
many bover-the-counter
drugs do you take to die."
One of her screensavers
also showed Rebecca with
her head resting on a rail-
road track.
Police said that she had
met the North Carolina
boy at an airport and that
they had remained friends
online. The. 12-year-old
boy' didn't tell anyone
about the "I'm jumping,
I can't take it anymore"
message he received from
her on Monday, morning,
shortly before her suicide,
authorities said.
Detectives said the other
girls' parents have been
cooperative.
.Florida, has a bullying
law, but it leaves punish-


STHEASSOCUUIAITED PRESS
Summer Howard, 19 and AIecia Wilkins, 18, make a poster for
'Summer's sister, Rebecca Sedwick. .


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MIAMI The Obama
administration is dispatch-
ing its top health official to
Florida three times in the
coming days to promote
the Affordable Care Act in'.
.a Republican-led state that
has been increasingly re-,
sistant to carrying out the
new federal'health law.
Health and Human Ser-
' vices Secretary Kathleen
Sebelius" visit to Orlando -
on Friday comes days af-
Ster Florida health officials
ordered' county health de-'
partments across the state.
S to ban counselors trained
to help sign people up for
health insurance from
.conducting outreach on
their property. The move
brought harsh, swift criti-
cism from Democrats who
are already angry at Gov.
Rick Scott and House Re-
publican leaders for not
expanding Medicaid.
"Instead of supporting
families and helping them
sign up for coverage, the
state is doing everything it
can to make it harder for,
Floridians to access the
coverage they desperately
need," 'HHS spokesman
Fabienri Levy said.
SFlorida has been among
the most -resistant of the
red states to implement the
Affordable Care Act. Scott
entered politics in 2009
running national cable TV
commercials criticizing
President Barack Obama's
health care plan. The state
filed a lawsuit challenging
.the provisions of the health
care plan just minutes af-,
ter Obama signed the bill
into law in 2010. Earlier
this year, the Republican-
led legislature also voted
to temporarily cede its au-
thority to negotiate rates
with insurers to the federal
government, potentially
making it more difficult
for the state to bargain for
cheaper rates.
Federal health officials
said the new online state '
exchange where families
and small businesses can
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lice. Legal experts said it In a review of news ar- in Missouri after she was
is difficult to bring charges tidcles, .'The Associated dumped online by a ficti-
against someone accused Press found about a dozen tious teenage boy created
of driving a person to suicides in the U.S. since in part by an adult neigh-
suicide. October 2010 that were at-, bor, Lori Drew, authorities
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cides that are related to cyberbullying. Aftab said guilty of three federal mis-
digital harassment. But she believes the real num- demeanors, but a judge
we also have free-speech ber is at least twice that. threw out the verdicts and
laws in this country," in 2006,13-year-old Me- acquitted her.


NOTICE OF PROPOSED

TAX INCREASE

The Jackson County Board of Commissioners
has tentatively adopted a measure
S to increase its property tax levy.


Last year's property tax levy:


A. Initially proposed tax levy
.................I9............................... $ 9,966,541
'i **

B. Less tax reductions due to'
Value Adjustment Board and


other assessment changes
.............. ........... ...................... $


:rC., Actual property tax levy


(10,948)


S....................... ... $ 9,977,489


,This year's proposed tax levy
,,*.*....... ...,.....S' .; .*..,.*.*.... ,*...,.W $ 10,401,783

All concerned citizens are invited to
S attend a public hearing on the tax
increase to be held on:


Thursday, September 19, 2013
5:01 P.M.
:, : at: ,

The Jackson County Board of Commissioners
Meeting Room Administration Building
2864 Madison Street ,
Marianna, Florida


A FINALDECISION on the proposed
tax increase and the budget will be
made at this hearing.


BUDGET SUMMARY
.COUNTY OF JACKSON -FISCAL YEAR 2013-14

* THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF. THE JACKSON COUNTY BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS ARE 10.3% LESS THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.


SPECIAL
GENERAL REVENUE ENTERPRISE
FUND FUND FUND


CASH BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD


ESTIMATED REVENUES:
Taxes: Millage Per $1,000
Ad Valorem Taxes 7.3200.
Sales and Use Taxes
Franchise Fees
Utility Services Fees, '
Licenses, Fees, and Permits.
Intergovernmental Revenue .
Charges for Services
.Fines and Forfeitures
Interest and Other Financing Sources

TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER FINANCING SOURCES


EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES:
General Governmental Services
Public Safety
Physical Environmental
Transportation
Economic Environment


Human Services
Culture and Recreation
Debt Services
Court-Related Expenditures

TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES

Reserves

TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES AND RESERVES


$ 2,067,777 $ 4,955,869 $


3,2,73,942 6,607,752
5,942,846


1,000,000
,774,151
242,500


2,067,135


5,029,704 2,760,333
2,610,000 832,500
23,300 103,700
145,416 1,206,709


DEBT
SERVICE
FUND


TOTAL
BUDGET


376,245 .$ 101,100 $ 7,500,991

/ ''.

9,881,694
5,942,846
1,000.000
'2,841,286
S242,500
13,428 7,803,465


917,750

157,780


4,360,250
127,000
250 1,510,155


-
$ 15,166,790 $ 24,476,844 $ 1,465,203 $ 101,350 $ 41,210,187



$ 7,259,567 $ 1,344,524 $ 8,604,091
4,437,446 8,117,086 12,654,532
410,322 90,909 777,911 1,279,142
191,904 8,377,298 8,569,202
449,854 1,887,500 2,337,354
1,183,928 40,000 1,223,928
455,101 388,925 "402,635 1,246,661
54,793 1,200,333 284,657 1,539,783
540,833 2,200,878 2,741,711

$ 14,983,748 $ 23,647,453 $ 1,465,203 $ $ 40,096,404

183,042 829,391 101,350 1,113,783

$ 15,166,790 $ 24,476,844 $ 1,465,203 $ 101,350 $ 41,210,187


THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS
A PUBLIC RECORD. _ _ _. __ _


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FROM THE FRONT


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,2013 9AF


Obert Funeral Home
1556 Brickyard load
Chipley, Florida 32428
850-638-2122
www.obertfuneralhome.com

Paul Douglas
Woodham

Paul Douglas Woodham,
76 of Chipley, went home
to be with the Lord on Fri-
day, September 13, 2013 at
his. residence surrounded
by loved ones.
Paul was born March 30,
1937 in Bonifay, Florida to
Esker and Nellie (Donald-
son) Woodham. A lifelong
resident of the panhandle,
he served in the United
States Navy and was a
member of the Masonic
lodge. He retired from the
Highway Patrol Auxiliary;
and also worked locally in
the funeral service industry
for over twenty-five years.
He enjoyed spending his
free time on Holmes creek
fishing, and was a member
of Blue Lake Baptist
Church in Chipley, Florida.
He was preceded in death
by his parents: Esker and
Nellie Woodham; two
brothers: Thomas
Woodham, Judson Felder;
four sisters: Joann
Woodham Swartz, LaRue
Wpodham, Kay Woodham
Hicks, Norma Jean Felder.
He is survived by his lov-
ing, wife Betty
(McCullough) Woodham of
Chipley,FL.; son: Tony
Woodham (Kathy) of Gene-
va, Al.; daughter:' Cindi
Granberry i (Ricky) of
SChipley,Fl.; step, children:
Jason Blount (Leslie) of
Dothan, AL, Tami Darley
(Ben) of Ozark, Al.; brother:
Hamp Felder (Carmelita)
tbf Chipley,Fl.; sister: Mary
Dorholt (Denny) of Grand
Rapids, Mn.; sixteen grand-
children; numerous great
grandchildren.
Services will be. held
10a.m. Tuesday, Septem-
ber 17, 2013 at Blue Lake
Baptist Church in Chipley
with Rev. Troy Lee
Walsingham and Rev. Jbhn
Grebeta officiating. Visita-
tion will .be held 6-8p.m.
Monday, September 16,
2013 at Blue Lake Baptist
Church. Interment will fol-
low in Blue Lake cemetery.
Obert Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.


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

Robert E.
Whittington

Robert E. Whittington,
82, of Sneads died Friday,
September 13, 2013 at Tal-
lahassee Memorial Hospi-
tal.
Mr. Robert was a native
and lifelong resident of
Sneads, where, he farmed
most of his life. He enjoyed
.and loved hunting and
fishing. He retired from
Florida State Hospital as a
telecommunications engi-
neer. Mr. Robert was a
member of The Sneads As-
sembly of God Church.
Preceded in death by his
wife, Wilma L. Whittington;
one grandson, Bo
McClamrha; qne grand-
daughter, Jamie Lynn
Messer; his mother, Cleo
Hunter; and his brother,
Harold Whittington.
Survivors include one
daughter, Jan McClamma
and husband, Wade "BpO";
two sons, Ricky Kim
Whittington and wife, Sue;
Michael Ervin Whittington-
all of Sneads; Ten grand-
children, Eleven great-
grandchildren; very close
special friend, Debbie
Goodwirn.
Funeral services will be
at 11 a.m. (CST) Monday,
September 16,. 2013 at
Sneads Assembly of God
Church with Revs. Juno.
Douglas, Jack Howell arid
Johnny Fortenot officiat-
ing. Burial will follow in
Pope Cemetery with James
& Sikes .Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel of Marian-
na directing.
The family will receive
friends from 5-7 p.m., Sun-
day, September 15, at
Sneads Assembly of God
Church.
Expressions of sympathy
may be made online at
www.jamesandsikesfunmeralhomes.com

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1 dead, 15 i
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ESTERO-A
liminary inves
shows that a ti
out caused a c
van to roll over
County, killing
senger and sen
others to area
A Florida Hig
Patrol report s,
the left rear tir
separated front
causing the va
onto the emerge
lane on Interst
in Estero-on Sa
The van's drive
to steer back in
inside lane wh
spun clockwise
overturned.
Seven passer
were taken to 1
hospital with s
or critical injury
Eight others hi
injuries. t
FHP identified
victim as 20-ye
Nostra Damas.
Lt. Gregory S
said the 15-pas
van was travel
Broward Coun
for an event.


Obiltaries


lty iwlmpa


Landings
From Page 1A
collecting trash, and a
supply of sunscreen and
bug repellent.' Brooks
said people sometimes
also make their, own "stab
sticks" to spear paper .,off
the ground with a nail.
Light refreshments will
be provided to the volun-
teers courtesy of The Gro-,
cery Store and the Hard-
ees restaurant in town.
Taking a work break for
snacks will also give vol-
unteers: a chance to see
the tabletop watershed
model that Brooks will
have on site to show how
materials flow through
and affect water bodies
and their 'surroundings.
Brooks said it provides a
very clear picture of how
pollutants can damage


From wire reports


State Briefs
injured Officials test for
in crash dengue fever
, pre- STUART Public
tigation health officials contin-
re blow- ued to knock on doors
hurch Saturday along Florida's
r in Lee Treasure Coast, alert-
one pas- ing residents about a
hiding 15 mosquito-borne illness
hospitals. that has already been
iway confirmed in more
gay than a dozen cases in
e tread the area.
n the tire, Rachel Heid was one
n to drive of the 18 residents who
agency caught dengue fever. At
tate 75 the very beginning,, she
saturday. thought she just had
er tried the flu. Her symptoms
nito the were much worse than
en ft she had expected.
e and "I got sick at the very
beginning before we
ngers knew what it was. I had
the 105 fever, headache,
serious slightly nauseous and
ries. extremely, extremely
id minor tired was the biggest
thing," she toldWPTV
ed the Since Friday, blood
ar-old samples were being
collected from Rio and
Bueno Jensen Beach neigh-
ssenger borhoods where the
ing from outbreak appears to be
,.m._ concentrated.


the environment. The, a difference."
model is on loan from the The clean up area is di-
Northwest 'Florida Water vided into general sectors
Management District, for organizational pur-
Brooks expects a good poses, and someone will
turnout Saturday. be on hand to direct vol-
"The people who .do unteers to specific work
this know that any kind of areas, Brooks said. They'll
trash in the river is going collect trash in small stur-
to wash doWnstream, and dy containers, like the
what you leave onshore buckets they bring, then
can eventually get into deposit their gatherings
that flow when the water into trash bags that will
rises and gets in the flood -'be stationed along each


plain. Eventually, it's go-
ing to the Apalachicola
Bay and the Gulf of Mex-
ico. When it carries trash,
that's not good. I think al-
most everybody can ap-
preciate that, and if you
want to help prevent it,
this is a good morning to
do something meaning-
ful about it. Every piece
,of, trash matters, and
every person wvho picks
something up. makes


work area. '
Jackson County vol-
unteers are. more than
welcome at the site in
Chattahoochee, and if
enough of them show up
and want to work on the
other side of the bank, a
work site will be setup on
.the. Jackson County side
of the river.
The trash collected will
be generally cataloged, so
that organizers can get


Development
From Page 1A

distribution center to
Marianna and fill the
jobs that come with all of
that. But a fully functional
facility that can meet its
needs is essential.
This late in the game,
though, the city of Mari-
anna sees the usual com-
petitive-bid process (rules
governing procurement
of goods and services in
municipal projects such
as' this) as a hindrance on
its' efforts to meet loom-
ing deadlines. Allowing an
already complicated proj-
ect to be delayed further
by the standard operating
procedures of the munici-
pal government, thereby
jeopardizing HSI's 'ability
to meet its contractual ob-
ligations, is not an option,
according to City Manager
Jim Dean. '
"This failure would result
in the City having to be fi-
nancially responsible for
the $2.4 million Commu-
nity Development Block
Grant," Dean said in a let-
ter to commissioners dat-
ed Wednesday.
During a special meeting


a reading on the major
kinds of trash found. That
data, Brooks said, can
help river protectors ad-
dress anything that looks
to be a trend. From lhst
year's haul, for instance,
they learned that ciga-
rette butts were a per-
sistent problem. To help
address it, metal coffee
'cans were set up in vari-
ous places at the landing
so smokers would have a
convenient place to stash
them.
The city of Chatta-
hoochee has trash re-
ceptacles at the landing
to discourage littering,
and Brooks said the town
might have added more
or might be elhptying
them more often to help
reduce the amount of
the fast-food litter found:
at the landing. another
problem noted last year.


I ,CHIPOLA COLLEGE HOSTS STEM EVENT


Jerrett Kandzer from Holmes County High School carries his team's solag collector to Jackson
Hall for their data presentation.


Sm r h PHOTOS BY MARK SKINNER/sLORIDAN
Students from four high schools work in teams to build solar collectors.


Seventy students from Calhoun, Liberty, Washington and Holmnies counties came to Chipola College in Marianna for a STEM (science,
technology, engineering and math) event Friday.i Participants were challenged to build a solar collectorin a limited amount of time with
a limited amount of materials. Really limited. They had cardboard, tape, clear plastic and tin foil to work with. When they finished, they
put their creations to the test by taking them outside and seeing which one was best at'heating a bottle of water that was placed in the solar
collector. They also had to document their results. -


Budget
From Page 1A'
monitoring well for con-
tinuous product removal.
Groundwater monitor-
ing at the site will be con-
ducted twice a year, with
samples collected from
monitoring wells. The
samples will be analyzed
for several substances, in-
cluding benzene, tolulene
and a half-dozen others.
The costof the project for
the purchase and installa-
tion of equipment and one
year of operation, mainte-
nance and monitoring is
an estimated $27,182.


The reroofing project at
Riverside and the diesel
tank remediation at Gol-
son will each impact the
upcoming budget year.
The bulk majority of the
total local millage fund-
ing the local share of that
budget is made up of an
element referred to as the
"required local effort."
The minimum rate in that
category set by tlte state
and could not have been
adjusted downward by
Sthe local board without
the district paying heavy
penalties by way of the
state's power to withhold
funds as a consequence.
It's at 5.24 mills this year,


and is expected to gen-'
erate $7,988,531 of the
total millage.
,, The other element of the
village that the school
board used is the basic
discretionary 'category.
The board set it at .748.
The segment is expected
to generate $1,139,912 of
the total projected ad va-
lorem revenue.
Earlier in the budget-
setting process, the board
rejected the budget as of-
fered by Jackson County
School Superintendent
Steve Benton, whose pro-
posal had included a sig-
nificant increase in 'one
element of the six-part


ad valorem tax rate. The
board instead shifted
money from a reserve fund
to give him some of what
he asked for, and arrived at
the final budget it voted on
Thursday.
Benton had proposed a
millage rate of 7.49. Benton
had wanted to increase the
element of the millage rate
that is dedicated to capi-
tal outlay projects such as
building improvements
and the purchase of assets
like buses. Needing to buy
five buses to replace some
aging models, Benton pro-
posed that the capital out-
lay element of the millage
be set at 1.50 mils. In de-


fending-his proposal, Ben-
ton had said he was trying
to overcome the fact that
public school no longer
get capital.outlay money
from the state. Two years
ago, all state capital outlay
funding was shifted to pri-
vately-run charter schools,'
school officials say.
'Benton also wanted to
set the required local ef-
Sfort element of the millage
at 5.99, but the board set-
tled on 5.24, also a slight
decrease from last year's
total of 5.40 in that ele-
menrt. Benton had wanted
the increase to fund facil-
ity maintenance in the
district's 17 schools, most


of which are .older. Only
Marianna High School has
been recently built,, and
maintenance is overdue or
becoming a critical issue
in many facilities, he said..
Instead of that tax in-
crease, 'the board decided
to fund maintenance costs
by drawing money out of a
special reserve fund. That
pot of money has built up
from years of set-asides re-
alized from half-cent sales
tax revenue.
Board members, in dis-
cussing the budget, said
they understood Benton's
need to fund these proj-
ects but that they didn't
want a t.x increase.


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of the Marianna City Com-
mission on Sept. 11, Dean
described the situation:
. "We thoughtwe were get-
ting close to the end (of the
building renovation), and
we are, but' the process is
just taking so long because
of the condition of that ,
building and the extent of
the work we're having to do
on the limited number of
dollars that we have...."
The current condition,
Dean writes in his letter to
the board; "creates a threat
to the financial welfare of
the city," which satisfies
rules in the City Purchasing
Manualregardingthe use of
emergency procurement.
Those procedures' will al-
low the city to not ,have
to go through the public
notice process associated
with soliciting competitive
bids on goods and servic-
es. Instead, vendors famil-
iar with the facility and/or
project will be utilized for
remaining work at the
building.
Dean, reached by phone
Friday, said he's confident
this move by the city will
allow Home Source to
meet its contract obliga-
tions and -'move forward
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FLEA ACROSS FLORIDA


sH:T(Ih', A;I; V .I lrIFP l'L';l1lL- ]
Y Tard sales were springing up everywhere Friday and Saturday
for this year's Flea Across Florida. The event stretches 270 miles
Tfrom Pensacola to Live Oak along U.S. 90. While some of the
yard sales and flea markets actually were participants in the formal
Flea Across Florida program, many were just people having their
regular yard sales. Formal participants pay a fee to have their sale
promoted and listed on a map on the Flea Across Florida website.
ABOVE LEFT: Missy Tye flips through a box of records as she shops
at the Country Bumpkins 4-H yard sale Saturday. ABOVE RIGHT: Sue
Green wanted a second opinion on this cat pillow she spotted at the
Chattahoochee Main Street Artisan Fair on Saturday. AT RIGHT: Allen
Donaldson eyes the connection between toy train cars as he tries to
unhook them at the Country Bumpkins 4-H Club's yard sale.


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LAKE MARY Whether
,. they think that he got away
with murdering 17-year-
old Trayvon Martin or that
he was just a brave neigh-
borhood watch volunteer
"standing his ground,"
many Americans can't
,seem to get enough of
George Zimmerman. And
he can't seem to stop giv-
ing it to them.
So it's hardly surpris-
ing that everything Zim-
merman does produces
a Twitterverse explosion
and spins out into heavy
news coverage. Comedian
Deon Cole nailed it during
an appearance on "Late
Night with'Conan O'Brien"
a couple of days after the
July 13 verdict. MNerely
, being found not guilty,
he said of Zimmerman,
"doesn't mean that you're a
free man."
He certainly hasn't been
free from the spotlight.
)) Two 'stops for
speeding.
A cellphone photo of
a smiling Zimmerman


touring the Florida factory
where the 9 mm semi-au-
tomatic pistol used in the
February 2012 shooting
was made.
And, this week, po-
lice dash-cam footage of
Zimmerman kneeling in
the street to be cuffed af-
ter an alleged scuffle with
his estranged wife and
father-in-law.
Like 'gangster Al Capone
going to Alcatraz for tax
evasion and O.J. Simpson
serving time for robbing
some sports memorabilia
dealers, some interpret
this series of unfortunate
.events as part of some cos-
mic comeuppance for a
wannabe cop.
But is he a kind of George
Ziggy-man, ,perpetually
stalked by storm clouds, or
more like one of those Cal-
ifornia wildfires, creating
his own weather patterns?
Seems like a little bit of
both, according to crisis
management expert Mark
McClennan.
"How does he keep re-
setting his 15 minutes of
fame?" said the Boston-


area consultant, who's on
the Public Relations Soci-
ely of America's board of
directors. "I'd sayit's atwo-
way street."
Granted, Zimmerman"
didn't expect his visit to
the Kel-Tec CNC Industries
factory in Cocoa, Fla., to be
a public event. Zimmer-
man has turned down all
Associated Press interview
requests since his trial, and
his lawyers didn't respond,,:
to messages about this:
story. But Shawn Vincent,
a spokesman for the law
firm that defended Zim-
merman, told Yahoo News
of the factory visit: "That
was not part of our public
relations plan."
But McClennan wasn't
surprised when TMZ pub-
lished a photo of Zimmer-
man shaking hands with a
Kel-Tec employee and
Zimmerman shouldn't
have been, either.
"Instead of being a'24-
hour news cycle, it's now
a 24-second news cycle
for anything to spring up,"
said McClennan, a senior
vice president at Schwartz


MSL. "You need to be care-
ful of what you're doing.
A... nd if there's anything
you do that is newswor-
thy or interesting, people
are going to write about it,
talk about it, share about
it, tweet it, put it on bYou-
Tube because it's going
to.drive clicks, drive inter-
est, and it's going to spread
virally."


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Blountstown dominates GHS, 35-0


BY DUSTIN KENT

The Blountstown Tigers made
another big early season state-
ment Friday night on the road,
knocking off the Gracevile Tigers
35-0 to take their second straight
shutout victory and improve to
3-0 on the year.
Blountstown was coming offof
a 45-0 home win over FAlIU last
week that followed its dramatic
24-21 overtime victory over the
Walton Braves.
On. Friday, the visiting Tigers
wasted little time seizing control
of the contest, taking advantage
of a pair of GHS turnovers and
adding a punt return TD to take
a 21-0 first half lead before tack-
ing on mtwo more scores in the
second half.
The loss dropped Graceville to
1-2 followed the Tigers' impres-
sive 55-20 road win over Boze-
man last week, with first-year
GFIS coach Ty Wise saying that
his team simply didn't perform


m A ,Fiir! F U ,ir i |J IL[,|rJ
Graceville's Preston Nichols races for the open field with a Blountstown
defender on his heels.


well enough to compete with a
club the caliber of Blountstown.
"First of all, Blountstown has a
good football team, and wedidn't
play our best game tonight," he
said. "We just didn't play well as
a team tonight and when you
face a good opponent, you have
to really take advantage of your


opportunities and you can't do
things that beat yourself. Col-
lectively, as a team, we just really
didn't play well and it showed.
As coaches, we're going to do a
better job this week of preparing
our kids."
Despite the loss to Blount-
stown, Graceville will feel much


better about its prospects with
a win this week over the Wewa-
hitchka Gators, who come to
town for the Tigers' District 2
opener.
The Gators will be desperate
for a win after losing their district
debut to Cottondale on Sept. 6,
and Wise said it's important for
his players to put Friday's loss
behind them quickly and get
focused on the more important
game that is coming up.
"We just talked about mov-
ing forward and focusing on
the next opponent and learning
from the game and trying to do
everything in our power to not
ha e an outcome like this again,"
he said. "That's going to be our
focus. We're going to turn our
attention to the next opponent
and put everything we have into
Wewahitchka. Hopefully by next
Friday we'll be prepared to play."
Blountstown will also open
league competition this week
with a home game against the
South Walton Seahawks.


MARRANNA FOOTBALL




'Dawgs fall to Wakulla


rMAA ,Hirfj.P ILLULIiOAJ
Marianna's Roderick Copeland caught this pass. but was quickly pulled down by a Wakulla defender.


War Eagles

wear down

Marianna in win

By DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Wakulla War Eagles over-
came a turnover-riddled first
half to gradually pull away from
the Marianna Bulldogs after half-
time for a 27-6 road victory.
With the win, Wakulla moved
to 3-0 on the young season, while
Marianna dropped to 1-2.
Sophomore quarterback
Feleipe Franks led the War Eagles
offensively, completing 13-of-24
passes for 189 yards and a touch-
down, while also rushing for 26
yards and another score.
It was Franks who put WVakul-
la on top early with a 10-yard
touchdown drive on the first
possession of the game, but the
War Eagles struggled to finish
drives the remainder of the half
and turned the ball over three
times in the red zone.
The final giveaway came right
before the end of the half when
Malik Thomas fumbled the ball
while trying to get to the outside
on a fo.urth-and-goal play from
the MHS 5-yard line and John
Glover picked it up and ran it
See MARIANNA. Page 2B


Explosive 2nd quarter

lifts Pirates past 'Hawks


BY DUSTIN KENT
d ernti.,liloroi.jr,.om

The Sneads Pirates overcame
a sluggish start Friday night to
roll past the Franklin County Se-
ahawks 41-6 in Sneads to notch
their first victory of the season.,
Anrvwan Durn had a huge night
for the Pirates (1-1) with 101
yards and a touchdown on the
ground to go with two punt re-
turn TDs as well.
Javarris Goodson added 78
yards and a touchdown as well,
and senior quarterback Josh Tay-
lor also connected on a touch-
down pass to Alphonso Brown.
Despite the victory Pirates
coach Bill Thomas said he wasn't
very happy with how his team
started the ganme.
"We came out flat. We didn't
play good on defense to begin


with, but it got better as we went
on. But I was a little disappoint-
ed," he said.
Sneads scored on its opening
possession when Taylor hooked
up with his favorite receiver
Brown for a 40-yard TD comple-
tion, but the Pirates fumbled
on their next series and the Se-
ahavwks turned it into six points
to cut the lead to 7-6.
That's where the score re-
mained until the second quar-
ter when the Pirates exploded,
thanks largely to the exploits
of the sophomore Durn, who
scored three consecutive times
in a stretch of about five minutes
of the period to blow the game
open.
Durn first scored on an 80-yard
TD run to make it 14-6 with 6:59
See PIRATES, Page 4B


Cottondale Suffers First Loss


MAIo iClJEP FLOlHNJ
N orris Calhoun takes the ball for Cortpndale
during a game against Wewa last week. The
Hornets took their first loss of the season
Friday night in Greensboro, falling to the West
Gadsden Panthers 28-16.


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SPORTS


JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN <* www.jcfloridan.com


Lake Seminole
Bass fishing is fair. Fish continue
to hold in deep water, wherever the
shad schools are. Deep ledges near
grassy areas are good target spots.
Find fish with deep crankbaits and
then switch to a Carolina-rig for the
best results. Fishing jerkbaits on
points may also pay off.
Crappies are showing a slight
increase in activity with the better
overallwater temperatures and the
upswing in baitfish movement.
. Catfish are active. Morning and
evening are good times and live
earthworms are the best baits right
now.
Bluegills are biting reasonably well
on crickets.
Lake Eufaula
Bass are fair with the largest
concentrations of fish still on the


"'U-SDAY MORdING COFFEE LEAGUE
TEAM STANDINGS
Sept 10o
W-L
1) Downhome Dental 12-4
2) James &Sikes 11.5-4.5
S3) Kindel Awards 9.5-6.5
4) Island Hoppers 9-6
5) Team #1 8-8
6) Family Dentistry 8-8
7) Jim's Buffet & Grill 8-8
8) Pacers 6-10
9) Marianna Animal Hospital 6-10
High Game: Annette Land 180, Dan Harris 225
High Series: Annette Land 501, Dan Harris 589
High Team Game: Jim's Buffet & Grill 899
High Team Series: James & Sikes 2621
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TEAM STANDINGS
Sept 1*
W-L
1) Jason's Crew 9-3


Fishing Report
deeper ledges. Ledges-near the main
river channel are best and Carolina-
rigs are, the recommended offering.
Look for spots with ample current
flow. Flipping blow-downs and fish-
ing deep-running crankbaits may
also pay off. Minimal action in the
shallows may be found using frog-
type balts.and jigs.
Crappies remain generally slow,
but some-activity is reported on the
deeper creek ledges.
The morning and evening catfish
bite is fair on.the flats.
Bream fishing is fair to good on
crickets and.red wigglers. '
Lake Andrews/
Chattahoochee River
Fishing on the river is generally
slow. Catfish can be caught in the
tailwaters using preparedbaits,
frozen shad, or live earthworms.


2) El-Rio 8-4
3) X-Men 8-4
4) Ba-Zin-Ga 7-5
5) Backwoods Bowlers 6-6 '
6) Deadwood 5-7
7) Brantley's Bunch 5-7
8) Oak Creek Honey Bees 5-7
9) James Gang 4"8
10) We're Back 3-9
High Team Hdcp. Game: X-Men 962
High Team Hdcp. Series X-Men 2837
High Game Hdcp: Carole Rischar 252, Jeff Braxton
291
High Series Hdcp: Carole Rischar 700, Lynn Padgett
758
WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED
TEAM STANDINGS


Sept 11
1) Kindel Awards
2) Whiskey Throttle
3)2 PairofNutz
4) Big Lots
5) Team #1
6) Smith's Supermarket
7) EJ Sound Machine


W-L'
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7-1
6-2
6-2
5-3
5-3
4-4


Catfishing from the banks at night is
a good option.
Bass fishing might be worth a
try early and late in the day. Some
topwater action is reported up and
down the river. You may also wish
to throw a worm or deep crankbait
near the mouths of creeks when the
topwater bite wanes.
Bream are biting fairly well for
a few anglers drifting along steep'
bluff walls and drop-fishing crick-
ets, Mixed stringers of redbreasts
and bluegills have been taken in this
fashion. A few shellcrackers may
come.to hand as well if offered wig-
glers or redworms.

Generation schedules, pool levels, and other
such information for area waterways may be
obtained by callingtoll-free 1-888-771-4601.
Follow therecorded instructions and access the
touch-tone for the Apalachicola River System.


8) Jason's Crew 3-5
9) Marlanna Wash & Wax 2-6
10) Hump Day 1-7
11) James Gang 1-7
12) 4 Shades of'Grey 1-7
High Team Hdcp. Game: Whiskey Throttle 1027
High Team Hdcp. Series: Whiskey Throttle 3016
High Game Hdcp: Jennifer Pumphrey 293, Wes
Jones 313
High Series Hdcp: Jennifer Pumphrey 783, Wes
Jones 850
High Game Scratch: Amie Kain 222, Jay Roberts 258
High Series Scratch: Amie Kain 605, Jason Kindel-
spire 710
CHIPOLA MEN'S LEAGUE
TEAM STANDINGS
Sept,12


1) X-Men
2) Kindel LanesPro Shop
3) Craptastlc
4) Ricoh
5) Southern Style Stucco
6) The Cripples
7) RTFB
8) Vengeance


Outdoors


CULINARYEANEINGS
RY. .
I have a question for all 'sausages. I am also firmly ,feet since it allowed one "
the "doomsday doc-: "convinced that anyone to floss his teeth and eat
tors" who decry the who consumes more tliari' at the same times. Some,
unwholesome qualities five of these little jewels, people have no sense of'
of certain questionably chases them with a six- humor.
processed foods. If such pack of whatever's on sale, My point here, as'in the
maligned things as cho- and wakes up alive the : beginning, is that out-
lesterol, saturated fat, and D next morning is destined doorsmeni have thrived on
chemical preservatives toongay o live past the age of 150. this type of fare for' years.
chemicl preervaties utdoor's Colum Se .. ...
arebad for your health, Outdors Coumi'st 3. Pickled pigs'feet Seems like none of it .
then why are there so mal from guts to gizzard is There aresome poor. souls ,started killing us off until
many more olda Southern ,totally irrelevant Vyeenees whowouldn't go near a ; some meddling do-good..
outdoorsmen than old are good and good for you. farm-fresh pig's foot, leti with a fancy diploma and
doctors? Period. My granddaddy alone one that has soaked,' a government grant told
As a group, outdoors- said so. Consider also in brine for a couple of, us it would.
men are the ultimate junk "Potted Meat," which is decades. It's hard to trust Ah, well. Never mind.
food junkies. Junk food, equally palatable. Pot- folks like that. If you won't "Say, Estelle, fork me one
that is, if the so-called ted meat is simply a glob eat pickled pigs' feet, of those Penrose links out
experts can be believed. .of stepped-on Vyeenees you're' probably someone of that jar.on the counter.
Personally, I am loath pressed into a compact who's likely to cheat on his And grabme a Twinkide
to call anything as tasty little can. taxes or slap his mama: while you're at it. I haven't/
as traditional tailgate, 2. Pickled sausages Pickled pigs' feet come toasted the;comeback
boat-seat, or duck-blind There aren't many com- packed in the same yet.' ; '
faro "itinkfnnrd "I pt' lnnki nanies that markkt'these red embalming fluid as, "- --- -L


at 3 popular delicious
Examples. \ ,
L Vyeenees You may
call themVienna sau-
sages if you wish, but be
forewarned. Referring to
these succulent morsels
by their "proper" name
immediately labels you a
Yankee, a foreigner, or just
plain uppity. It's a bit of a
hog/hawg thing. Both pro-
nunciations are correct,
but only one is culturally
acceptable.
Whatever you choose
to call them, Vyeenees
have long been standard
fare on outdoor excur-
sions. Ingredients lists on
various brands state they
are composed primarily
of beef, chicken, pork, or
some combination of the
three. The fact that beef,
chicken, and pork can
mean any part. of said ani-


'colorful, chewy little mor-
sels, but such is the way of
gourmet cuisine. You can
buy them in small quanti-
ties at a supermarket, but
experience more pleasure
fishing them out of big
old jars on the counters of
backcountry roadlhouses
and rundown bait-and-
tackle emporiums. The
juice in which they float is
bright red in color and the
slightest whiff instantly
embalms every major re-
spiratory organ known to
medical science. The main
ingredient, according to
the label, is beef lips. My
buddy Cletus Monroe
says this accounts for-his
occasional uncontrollable
urge to kiss dairy cattle. I
tend to lay that perversion
off on the copiousamount
of beer it takes ,to wash
down two or three pickled


pickled sausages. I have
seen the occasional clear
jarful, probably aimed at
the more health conscious
gnawers arfong us. Color
notwithstanding, if it'll
pickle beef lips, folks, it's
bound to do wonders for
swine tootsies. If you are
an animal rights activist,
you can consider pigs' feet
a much more humane
repast. It's much easier
fitting a hog with an am-
bulatory prosthetic device
than sewing an artificial
mouth on some poor lip-
less cow.
I once talked my wife
into trying pickled pigs'
feet. She voiced some ri-
diculous complaint about
those little clumps of hair
bristles the scraper some-
how missed. I explained
that this was yet another
'good thing about pigs'


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Marianna
From Page 1B
back 83 yards for a Bull-
dogs touchdown with 8.8
seconds on the clock.
A celebration penalty
on MHS forced the Bull-
dogs to attempt the ex-
tra point from 15 yards
further out and it failed,
leaving Wakulla up 7-6 at
the break.
The War Eagles quickly
took control in the third
period by scoring on their
first two. possessions of
the half, the first coming
on a 12-yard TD run by
Monterious Loggins, and
the second on a 28-yard
TD pass from Feleipe
Franks to Jordan Franks
on a third-and-1'5 play to
make it 21-6 with 3:05 on
the clock.
A fourth Wakulla turn-
over early, in the fourth
quarter gave Marianna
life, but the.. Bulldogs
committed turnovers on
their next two. posses-
sions, leading to a game-
clinching 15-yard touch-
down run by Thomas to
make it 27-6 with 3:31 to
,play.
Marianna coach Mark
Beach said he was happy
with'how his team com-
peted for much of the



Briefs
From.Page lB
Marianna at 8 a.m. Early
registration for the 5K
is i$25 and for the 10K
is $30. For kids 12 years
:old and* under there
will be afree 1-mile fun
run.
All proceeds from this
event go towards provid-
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game, but it ultimately
wasn't enough.
"We didn't finish. We
didn't do what we, had
to do," he said. "That's a
great Wakulla team. It's
a great team and credit
to them. We've, matured,
but when you run into
a buzz-saWv like that
you've got to fight to the
end. Our guys, wanted
to fight for four quarters
and we almost did. We
just didn't finish it off. It
takes' time, but we'll get.
there."
The Bulldogs had dif-
ficulty generating much
in the way of consistent
offense throughout the
iiight, managing just 179
total yards for the game
and :only 54'in the first
half. '
Tommy White and Teon
Long each ran for 50
yards for MHS, with Her-
man Williams complet-
ing 6-of-16 passes for 51
yards.
Wakulla finished with
289 yards overall, with
Loggins leading the team
in rushing with 40 yards
and aTD on 12 carries.
Marianna will again be
home next week. against
the North Florida Chris-
tian Eagles, whileWakulla
will travel to Perry to take
on Taylor ,County.

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our communities.
For registration in-
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Dean at 850-209-0397 or
Kathy Donofro, 850-557-
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form by going to Face-
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Event. Also find the
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Middle School Football


MMS rebounds with



win over FAMU


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Marianna Middle
School Bullpups bounced
back from a season-open-
ing loss to Taylor County
with a 28-14 road victory
over FAMU on Thursday
night in Tallahassee.
The Bullpups had their
dreams of an undefeated
season dashed in the 34-
30 home loss. on Aug. 29,
but they responded with
a dominant performance
Thursday in taking a 28-0
lead before a pair: of late
scores by FAMU.
"We played pretty well,"
Marianna coach Brad
Cross said. "We responded
well after losing the first
game. I sort of challenged
the guys to play like cham-
pions and that's what they
did."
Marianna scored a pair
of touchdowns in the first
half on a 3-yard touch-
down run by Nicholas
English anrid a.a25-yard TD
pass from Marquis Kelly to
Marke Sims to take a 14-0
halftime lead.
The third quarter opened
with a bang for MMS, as
Curtis Screen took the first
play of- the second half up
the middle for a 50-yard
touchdown run to put
the Bullpups up by three
scores.
English tacked on his


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MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Nicholas English runs the ball downfield for the Marianna
Bullpups.
second TD run of the game this momentum going,"
later in the third period to he said. "We can't be satis-
make it 28-0 before Cross fled that we played a good
started clearing his bench game. I think we can get
for the fourth quarter and a lot better. We've still got
allowing for the two fourth room for improvement.
quarter FAMU scores. This team has a huge
Werlean Pollock led the amount of potential. Even
Bullpups with: 100 yards though we won't go unde-
rushing, while Screen add- feated, I think this can .be
ed 75 and English 50. one of the better teams
Cross said he was happy we've had. I want them to'
with his team's effort, but keep working and striving
he thinks his players' best to "do better throughout
'football is still ahead of the season."
them. The Bullpups go on the
"It was good to get that road Thursday to take on
win, but we've go't to keep Walton.


]High School Volleyball

Lady Pirates suMiffer seasonsrst loss

BY DU4TIN KENT .'_
,dentlciflonddn cm


The Sneads Lady Pirates
took their first lbss of the
season Thursday night .in
Panama City, falling to the
Arnold Lady MNarlins in
three sets by scores of 25-
16, 25-20 and 25-13.
With the loss, the Lady
Pirates fell to 6-1 on the
season after winning all
18'of their previous sets to
start the year.
Madison Wichierman
led Arnold with 10 kills,
while Logan Neel also had
10 kills for Sneads and Em-
ily Glover added nine.
Sneads actually outpaced


MAH R I' N II4IH.'tLUHIUAN
Sneads' Logan Neel hits the ball over the net Tlesday during a
game against Cottondale.


Arnold in kills 30 to 22, but good to see. We still lost,
unfortunately for the Lady but it was a lot better to
Pirates, they also commit- see," she said.
ted 13 more hitting errors .. Cottondale was without
than'their opponent. one of its starters in mid-
Wichterman added sLx die blocker Rebecca MIul-
total blocks and Arnold lifis, but the coach said her
had 14 blocks as a 'team remaining players did a
compared to jusf five for good job of making up for:
Sneads.. the loss.
Logan McCord led the. "We had to change up
Lady Pirates with 23 as-, the rotation, but overall I
sists, with Gabby Crowley y was-really impressed with"'
countering with ,19. for some of the girls," she
Arnold. '' said. "Kourtnie Richardson
Sophomore defensive played all around from the
specialist Mallory 'Beau-. frontm row and back, and
champ had a nice night for she's used to just playing
Sneads with team highs in the 'back row. We had to
digs (10) and serve receives switch some things around
(27). and that was hard for the
The Lady Pirates were
scheduled to play. again in
,Panama City on Saturday"`
in an all-day tournament. I F
They'll have three more.
matches this week starting
Monday at home against
Graceville, followed by an-
otherhome contesragainst
Wewahitchka on Tuesday,;
and a road match against
Bliuhtstown on Thursday'
Lady Hornets fall ".
l t0Blountstown
The 'Cottondale Lady
Hornets suffered their,
fourth defeat of .the. young.
season Thursday night in
Blountstown against the
LadyTigers by scores of 25-
14,25-16 and 25-13'. ,
With the loss, Cottondale
feU to 1-4, while .Blount-i
stown improvedto 4-1..
Despite th'e loss,. Lady
Hornets coach Tara Jur-
gonski said she was en- '
courage by 'her' team's
Splay Thursday.. .
"We did play a lot better.
Our' girls played hard and;
fought for every point they . -.....
earned, which was really


girls, but 'they ended up
handling it very well and
played their spots.".
Cameron ..McKinney
led the CHS offefise with
'13 assists,' while. Taylor
Czecholinski added': five
digs and Connor Melvin
had a block.
'Cottondale was sched-
uled to play in a tourna-
ment Saturday in Chipley
that included a rematch
"with BHS and a matchup
with Laurel Hill.. '
The Lady Hornets return
to action this week with
matches against .Chipley
on Monday, Graceville -on
*Tuesday and Bethlehem
Son Thursday.


NOTICE OF LAND USE & ZONING CHANGE
The Marianna City Commission will conduct a public hearing on October 1,2013 at
6:00 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
Comprehensive Plan and FutureLand Use Map,,to provide for the adoption of a certain
Small Scale Future Land Use Map Amendment (SSA 13-01) to the City of Marianna
'Comprehensive Plan :
.. For the following described properties:
Beth Hinson Quick: The parcel is approximately 1.12 acres in size and is located atthe
northwest corner 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.


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 and the proposed land use designation is Commercial.









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 Transition and the proposed land use designation is 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 Land 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. :,
S. .- *;For the follwingdescribed properties: ,"
II











kBeth Hinson Quick: The parcel is approximately 1.12 acres in size and is located atthe..
northwest corner of the Guyton Street/Lafayette Street intersection within the City of ,
Marianna. The current zoning designation is Mixed Use within the Mixed Use Special ,i
; r. Treatment Area and the proposed zoning designation is Commercial.




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Jo2 Carn.ey: The parcel is approximately 0.39 acres in size and is located at 4264 Lafayette
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 Comtmercial.
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Nakea and Jasn o ve The parcel is approximately approximatelyy 0.93. acres in size and is located at te
located at 3511 Old US Road within the City of Marianna. The current zoning.ddesigation is Mixed Use within the-






Rural Transition and the proposed zoning designation is Residential R-2.
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Sof Marianna Comprehensive Plan, and Ordinances 1020 and 1023, which amended











the Compiehensive Plan, to provide for the consideration of adoption of a certain
Nakeya and Janet Colbert Lovett: The parcel is approximately 0.93 acres in size and is








located ament 3511 Old US Rad within the City of Marianna.Th Comprehe curPlan to revise and updesgnation isthe







existing capital improvements element in accordance with Chapter 163, Florida Statutes;
Providing a seveurabilnsition and thuse proposed zonialer; and Providing for an effeesidentiveal-2 (R2)te.
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3. SuOrdinance 025 An Ordinancme Amending Ordie the Maannance 812, which adopted the Citymmission.
ofAt this hearing, the Marianna City Comprehensive Plan, and Ordinanceptspublic testimo1020 and 1023, which amensided
the Comprehensive Plan, to provide for the consideration ot adoption of a certain



the recommendations of the Amendment to the ZoningCity of Mariannaap, Comprehensive Plan Futo revise and update the
Laexisting cUse Map and Capital improvements element in accordance with Chapter 163, Florida Statutes;
ProvidAll interested parties averability clause atnd for repealeri and Providing for an effective date
.:4. Such other matters as may come before the Marianna City Commission.

At this hearing, the MariannaCity Commission 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 todattefld the'l~ublic 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 F.S. 286.0105;
In accordance with ,the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons with disabilities needing a
special accommodation to participate in this proceeding should contact the City Clerk at City
Hall, at 2898 Green Street, Marianna, Florida, 32446, or by calling (850)482-4353, no later
than three (3) days priorto toie proceedings.


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College Ibotball



No. 1 Alabama beats Manziel, No. 6 Aggies


The Associated Press

COLLEGE STATION, Tex-
as AJ McCarron and Ala-
bama was not about to let
Johnny Manziel and Texas
A&M get another signature
win.
McCarron nearly
matched the Heisman
Trophy winner with four
touchdown passes, and
Vinnie Sunseri returned
an interception 73 yards
for a score sidestepping
Johnny Football on the
, way to the end zone, too
- as No. 1 Alabama paid
back No. 6 Texas A&M with
a 49-35 victory Saturday
Alabama (2-0, 1-0 South-
eastern Conference) spot-
ted the Aggies (2-1, 0-1)
a 14-0 lead, shades of last
season when A&M jumped
out to a 20-0 lead in Tusca&
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Alabama's Cyrus Jones (5) intercepts a pass over inter
wide receiver Ja'Quay Williams (4) of Texas A&M during
game Saturday in College Station, Texas.
that all but won the Heis- didn't take as long 'to
man for Manziel.' spond this time, ripp
McCarron and the Tide off the' next 35,' p06i


McCarron tossed three
touchdowns in the first-
half to put Alabama up 28-
14. Sunseri's pick-6 made
it 35-14 less than three
minutes into the third.
Manziel was 'his spec-"
tacular self, throwing for a
career-best 464 yards and.
fiveTDs. But a first-half in-
terception in the end zone
swung the game the Tide's
way, and his third-quarter
pick and whiff on the tack-
le put the Aggies in a deep
hole.
Alabama's best defense
was its offense. The Tide
gained 568 yards'and kept
.... Manziel on the bench with
idned a couple of long drives.
;the The rematch was hyped
for months, heightened
S by offseason drama over
re- Manziel' that culmninated
)ing with the sophomore'get*'
nts. ting, suspended for half,


the opening game after an
NCAA investigation into
whether he was' paid for
signing autographs., ..
SBama-A&M lived up
to the advanced bill-
ing. But this SEC. heavy-
weight matchup' was no
9-6 Game of the Century.
The offenses were all but
unstoppable.
SA&M's '-defense was
leaky in its~first two games
against far weaker oppo-
nents. Against Alabama,
even with the return of
four key players from vari-
ous suspensions, it put up
little resistance.
And while the Tide's of-
fense wore out the Aggies,
its: defense, struck a big
blow.- "''
Manziel threw deep
down the middle to Mal-
come Kenhedy, but Jar-
rick 'Williahms had tight


coverage for Alabama and
tipped the pass into the
air. Sunseri came down
with it and was off in the
other direction, stutter-
stepping as Manziel slid
on by while trying for a
one-arm takedown. The
safety broke another tack-
le on the way into the end
zone and Alabama was up
35-14. ,
Florida State 62
Nevada 7
. TALLAHASSEE Jameis'
Winston accounted for
Three touchdowns, Flor-
ida State's four tailbacks
all scored and the. No. 10
Seminoles routed Nevada
on Saturday.
SDevonta Freeman ran
nine times for 109, yards
and a touchdown. James
' Wilder Jr. added 45 yards
and a' score.,.


Pirates
(From Page lB


the Pirates in the end zone
again on the first play of
the third quarter with a
60-yard TD run, and Tay-
lor hooked up with Brown
on another long pass on
Sneads' second series of.
the half to set up his own
1-yard touchdown sneak
for the final margin.
Up next for the pirates is
their District 2 opener this.
week against a 2-1 Cot-
tondale team that beat the
Pirates 36-21 in Sneads last
season. .
Thomas said 'he was
happy to get the 'first win


of the season, but that his
team will need to be bet-
ter in order to beat the'
Hornets.'
"We're about to get into


district play and I want
us to get, the-little things
worked out better," he said.
"Cottondale is a good foot-
ball team. They're 2-1 and


they've been, playing hard.
Coach (Mike) Melvin is
doing a good job, so we've
got to play better football
to beat them. We've got to


handle the ball better and
play better defense. We're
going to really come out
and challenge our defense
this week." .


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Dear Anit My cousin's daughter,
"Julie," moved her family of four in with
my aunt (her grandmother) after my
aunt's husband died. It was done on the
pretense 6f helping Grandma maintain
her home and large yard.
In fact, the opposite has happened.
They've created more work for her by
making a mess, not doing their laundry
and not picking up after themselves.
Julie has a 5-year-old boy who constantly
damages things in the home, and his
mother does nothing to admonish him.
The boy goes into Grandma's room and
takes her things, and when she confronts
both Julie and her son, she's told to lock
up her possessions. This same child has
hit her and cussed at her,
Grandma's doctor has told her that
she needs to move the family out of her
home to reduce her stress levels. But
when she tells this to JLiulie and Julie's
mother (my cousin), Grandma is told'
that she's exaggerating or lying about the
situation. I've been in my aunt's home
and have seen what's going on. I am
helpless to do anything but try to calm
her nerves and clean up the house. Other
family members also have witnessed this
and commented to the same effect.
My aunt has said that she wants her
granddaughter's family to leave, but can't
handle having her daughter harass her
about it. She's also worried about the
little children because she Is the ponte who
makes sure they are fed a decent meal
and get a bath. Any suggestions?
-.WORRIEDANDHELPLESS
Dear Wordied: Your cousin and her
daughter are taking advantage of Grand-
ma. Their interest in her well-being ex-
tends only to what works to their benefit.
You can report abuse of any kind --fi-,
nancial, emotional, physical-to Adult ,
Protective Services in your aunt's area.
Someone will investigate the situation.
'You also can call the Eldercare Locator at
I -800-677r 1116 for resources. However,
your aunt may choose not to cooper-
ate with the authorities, in which case,
please visit as often as possible, keeping
an eye on the situation and making sure
your cousin and her daughter are aware


that you are watching.

Der AndeP Four years ago, our then
30-year-old son fell in love with a woman
he met online. They are now engaged,
but her estranged father is not invited to
the wedding.,
Our son describes his future mother-
in-law as a "sweet lady," but has never
met the father. My husband and I have
yet to meet either one and have some
unanswered questions about the
missing father. Our son doesn't seem
to know anything and does not share
our concerns, He doesn't even want to
leamn thie circumstances that led to the
family splitting up. We worry there could
be repercussions later once they have
children n: .
How can we advise our son to know all,
thathe should?
CONCERNED IN-LAWS. TO BE
Be e ConceMId: Please, please, back
off. We know you are only thinking of
your son's best interests. But the personal
circumstances of his fiancee's parents'
breakup are none of your business. If
your son and his future bride have chil-
dren someday and Grandpa's absence
becomes an issue, they will handle it
then. It is unlikely that anything he
discovers now will change his desire to ,
marry her. *

Der Anue I have a solution for "
"Mom," who needed her rest but felt
she had to wait up for her 18-year-old,
Sdaughiter to get home.
A woman in our' church hadfour
daughters. When one went out on a date,;
she gave her'a'curfew and then set her
alarm clock for that time. The daughter '
would turn off the alarm when she re-
turned home. Otherwise, it would go off,
and Mom would know the girl missed
her curfew, and she'd be grounded. This
allowed Mom to get a good night's sleep.
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lead to a decrease in your trick total. 0 6 4 4 8
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not to jump to a conclusion that could be *.7 4 3 2 49 65
inaccurate:Southis in four spades. West- -- .r :' .- ? ,_*i 1 -'--w." "
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with the-heart ace (the unnecessarily high Dealer: North
card beginning a suit-preference signal VUlnerable: Neither
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continues with the heart 1" (a second suit- 41 1V ,
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DOOR SHOP: Interior Exterior Replacement.
Only full service door shop In Wiregrass.
Southern Lumber Supply 334-792-1131
www.southernlumbersupply.com
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Administrative
Support II
Must have HS diploma or
GED with 2 yrs experience
in secretarial or general
office work, have good communication
skills, able to deal well with the public --
be proficient in the use of Personal
Computer -- MSWord & Excel.
Starting Salary: $8.29 HR
(This is:a part-time position, 20 hrs. per
week, working for the TDC)
Equipment Operator II
High school diploma or equivalent, and
1-2 years of experience driving heavy
equipment. Must have a valid Class B CDL
issued by the State of Florida-- prior to
employment. (JC Road Dept.)
Starting Salary $18,074.00/yr.
Equipment Operator I
Must be a high school graduate or its
equivalent and have some experience
driving heavy motorized equipment.
Must have a valid class B CDL prior to
employment.
Starting Salary $17,236.00/yr

CLOSING DATE: SEPTEMBER 30,2013
Submit Jackson County employment
application to: Human Resources Dept,
2864 Madison St., Marianna, FL 32448.
Ph 850-482-9633.
www.jacksoncountyfl.net/
EOE/AA/Vet Pref/ADA/ Drug-Free workplace



City of Marianna has a
Communication Officer
position available. Call 718-0326 for details.
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guest house &,3 storage buildings
in Abbeville Call 334-618-296


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Part Time 7a-7p

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Full Time 7a-7p and 7p-7a

House Supervisor RN
Full Time, 7p-7a

Food Service Aide
Full Time
Great Pay and Benefits
Health, Vision & Dental
Please Apply-at:
River Valley Rehabilitation Center
17884 NE Crozier Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
Ph: (850) 674-5464
FaX: 67449384
Email: rvhrc@southemltc.com


I .,-PATMENTS UNF IUR IS.ED I


1 3o or email ceoarcreeKe'ncnousing.net
Studio Apartmbent 1BR'1BA, Garage-
Water -Internet Included. $300. Mo. + $200.
Dep. Can do side work to lower rent cost
No Pets. Call 850-557-0893

I & 2BR Apartments hin Mardanna
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own
Lot rent Indcluded. For details
S t850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515
3/2 DL Wd. Mobile Home (by itself)
on quiet lot hi Snieads. 850i-209595 I1

3BR/2BA single family home iw/garage and big
back yard. Located'in great neighborhood.
$700/month and $500 dep. CR & A required.
Call 954-445-2451 for anoointment.


*Austin Tyler& Co *
SQuality Homes & Apartments
mo 850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business"
Lovely 3BR/1BA House on WIlton SL Clean, in
tpwn, near schools, nice yard, quiet neighbor-
hood, outdoor pets ok. $625/mo plus deposit.
850-482-6211/209-0188 4=
MOIL: HMS FRS EN
2/1 MH in Afford $360. mo. $360. dep.
850-579-8882/850-209-1664/850-573-1851
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 Cottmondale.
$650 and up. H20, garbage, sewer Included.
http://www.charloscountrylving.com.
*4 8510-209-1847 4
I '- 2&3BRMobileHomes
Iln Marianna&Sneads (850)209-8595


2BR 1BA at Millpond $495 +- dep. very nice,
water/sewer/lawn maintenance included,
* access to pond. No nets 850-209-3970


For Rent Greenwood Mobile Home Park, nice 3
br. 2 ba. home with water and garbage includ-
ed. No pets, no smoking. Lease $495 per month
$495 deposit John 615-428-1518
Mobile Homes for Rent 2/1 Located between
Grand Ridge &Sneads.
In.dudes water, garbage & pest maint.
$360. Mo 4 850573-0308 4.

FSmllQulet Family Odented Park -1,2 A 3IR
I, irsfor. lt biti des water, garbage,
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rOPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1PM 4PM
3BR/2.5BA 199 SILVERLAKE RD.
Beautiful home on 1.6acres in Silver
Lake Estates, Marianna. COME SEE!
Jan Prewett, Counts Real Estate
Call 850-248-3653


Beautiful Waterfront Home For Sale 4/2
on 1/2 ac. attached mother-in-law suite.
141 Sunflower Ct. Georgetown, GA $125,000.
seller will be pay $2500. closing cost
SSee Pictures on:
SFor Sale By Owner Listing 23321125
Contact Donna Morgan 334-674-1157 or
missdmorgan@yahoo.com .ni


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classified section of the Jackson County Floridan for 10 days!

Call the Wiregrass Classified Marketplace

and ask for our September Auto Special.


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1. ATVFOR SALE!
2013 Polaris RZR 800.
Seats 2, lowhours and
comes with a four year
extended warranty. In
o4902great condition. $13,300.
347-1302 or 494-0724 for questions or to see!

1968 Chaparral 15ft Walk Thru Windshield Boat
with 80HP Mercury, needs water pump, hood
trailer $1,200. Call 334-790-5370
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 OBO0
(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

A 5BO *FR AL

Chevrolet 2008 Impala red, 4-door, 58,175
miles, one owner, exc. cond. $8,795.
334-712-0251.
Chevrolet 2009 Cobalt 2-door, 5-speed, silver in
color, less than 8000 miles. $8965. 334-792-3903
or 334-435-5823..
I hevy 1992 Corvette Con-
vertible: Red'with white
top, gray interior, power
windows, power door
locks and power seats, fully loaded, 71k miles,
asking $13,000. Call'334-441-6042 ,
NIssan 2012 Versa. Gas Prices Going Up, Get
Great Fuel Mileage, $250 down, $250 per
month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243


i Ford 1996 Taurus GL Wag-
on. loaded, cold air, good
tires, extra clean, only
W -30,000 miles, $3695. Call
334-790-7959.
Ford 2006 Ranger XLT Super Cab. 4 door model
V6/4.0 liter engine, power steering, tilt wheel,
cruise control, power windows, power door
locks, power o/s mirrors, AC, AM/FM with CD
player, bed liner, tow package, new tires, new
battery, 34000. original miles, white'with grey
cloth interior, floor mats. Excellent condition,
$13,950. 334-585-3891, leave message.
Ford 2008 Mustang GT
Grabber Orange. Premium
Edition. Garage kept, one
owner & only 71,800 miles.
Clear title. Never been in an accident nor had
any mechanical issues. Excellent condition.
KBB rates the car worth $16,800 and I am only
asking $15,500 OBO. Car is located in Enter-
prise, AL. 334.360-0045 for more information.
7,GOT BAD CREDIT?
l $0 Down/lst Payment,u
Tax, Tag & Title Pass
Repo pass bankruptcy
SLOW CREDIT OK
Ask About $1000. off at time of purchase,
4, Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550
H onda 2008 Odyssey EX-L .
78,800 miles. 3.5L V6, Auto,
-.Ifully loaded, Aluminum.'
gray ext. Tan leather int.
Entertainment/DVD, in-
dash navigation. Fold flat 3rd row seats. Rear
powersliding doors. Power windows, doors &
sunroof. Good Michelin tires, fresh full synthet-
ic oil change. Clean title, clean CARFAX. No ac-
cidents or damage. Superb condition. Southern
vehicle, non-smoker. $17,545. 334-803-5508
Mercury 203
Mountaineer: Very well
maintained SUV. All wheel
drive. Fully equipped with
all options. $6,500. Call 334-790-1233

Nissan 2013 Sentra, Great gas mileage, all pow-
er equipment, AM/FM/CD, AT. $300 down, $300
per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243


Pontlac 2006 Vibe, low miles, Super Sharp!
$200 down, 1889 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-
714-0028. -.'" .
Toyota 2011 Camry, Super Sharp! Low miles,.
must sell, $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron
Ellis 334-714-0028. .
266iVolVO2 C30 T5 (turbo)
B61,000 mi. Leather seats,
I a power seats& windows,
B heated seats, Sunroof.
Bluetooth, navigation,
AM/FM radio, CD player, keyless entry. Great
cond. $17,500. 334-477-6831 or 334-477-6839


B B 2002 Harley-Davldson
SportsterXL1200C Cus-
tom. Excellent condition.
Screamin' Eagle II exhaust.
Saddlebags & cover includ-
ed. Beautiful bike. $5,000.
Contact 440-213-7702 for more Information.
.'fBE .Honda 2006 VTX 1300RS:
black, like new, water
'cooled, Shaft drive, only.
7200 original miles $5,000.
Call 3U4-604~166


iGMC 2007 Yukon SLT 2WD.
Located at Lemon Lot on
.Westgate Pkwy: Original
owner. Brown/tan leather
seats. Loaded. 95,300 ml.
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 $1,000 334-2324751
TiJUK BUSES,[lTRA-CO S A:I l:L :IL E ,i
Ford 2000 F150 extra cab, 4-doors loaded,
automatic, 178,000 miles, new tires, runs great
$5,500. FIRM 334-596-9966


1ST PLACE To CALL FOR ALL OF
YOUR TOWING NEEDS!

S AUTO BODY & RECYCLING
PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR JUNK CARS-
Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624

CALL FOR TOP PRICE
XFOR JUNK VEHICLES
I ALSO SELL USED PARTS
24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-664

e G tawClunker
fk Well be your Junker!
*^ ^ R We buy wrecked cars
and Farm Equip. at a.
_P fair and honest price!
$250 & tC0omiplete Cars
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LF160236
Sealed proposals, in duplicate, will be received
by the City of Marianna until 2:00 p.m. October,
10, 2013 local time, at which time and place all
proposals received will be publicly opened and
read aloud.
Bidders are invited to submit proposals for:
INSTALL WILDLIFE FENCING
AT MARIANNA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
Bidders are invited to submit Proposals for this
work on the Proposal Forms provided. Other
proposal forms will not be accepted.
The complete examination and understanding
of the Contract Documents consisting of the
Plans and Specifications, and all addenda or
other revisions, and Site of the proposed work
is necessary to properly submit a Proposal.
Contract Documents consisting of the Plans
and Specifications, and all addenda or other re-.
visions are available for examination or may be
obtained from the offices of the URS Corpora-
tion, 7650 West CourtneyCampbell Causeway,
Tampa, Florida 33607, Phone (813) 2861711, Fax
(813).636-2400. There is a'$75.00 charge for the
plans and specifications. This cost is non
refundable.
A Bid Bond in the form as bound in the Con-
tract Documents or Certified Check in the
amount of not less than five percent (5%) of
the total amount bid must accompany each
Bid.
Successful Bidder shall be required to execute
and to provide a Payment Bond and Perform-
ance Bond each in an Amount of not less than
one hundredpercent (100%) of the total value
of the Contract awarded to him with a satisfac-
tory surety or sureties for the full and faithful
performance of the work.

The requirements of 49 CFR 26, Regulations of
the US Department of Transportation, Disad- .
vantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), apply to
*this contract. The DBE goal of 7% has been es-
tablished for this contract. The Bidder/Offerer
shall make good faith efforts, as-defined in Ap-
pendix A, 49 CFR 26 to meet the contract goal
for DBE participation.
No bid may be withdrawn after closing time for
the receipt of Proposals for a period of ninety
(90) days.
.The City of Marianna reserves the right to
waive any informalities or irregularities in or
reject any,or all bids and to award or refrain
from awarding the Contract forthe Work.
Dated: September 15 and 22, 2013
By: City of Marianna'"
LF160235
Sealed proposals, in duplicate, will be received
by the City of Marianna until 2:00 p.m. October
10, 2013 local time, at which time and place all
proposals received will be publicly opened and
read aloud.

Bidders are invited to submit proposals for:,
REHABILITATE AIRPORT DRAINAGE STRUC-
TURES AT MARIANNA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT,
Bidders.are invited to submit Proposals for this
work on the Proposal Forms provided. Other
proposal forms will not be accepted.. ;.
The complete examination and understanding
of the Contract Documents consisting of the
Plans and Specifications, and all addenda or
other, revisions, and Siter of.the proposed work
is necessary to properly submit a Proposal.
Contract Documents consisting of the Plans
and Specifications, and all addenda brother re-
visions are available for examinationor may be
obtained from the offices of the URS Corpora-


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tion, 7650 West Courtney Campbell Causeway,
Tampa, Florida 33607, Phone (813) 2861711, Fax
(813) 636-2400. There is a $75.00 charge for the
plans and specifications. This cost is non
refundable.
A Bid Bond in the form as bound in the Con-
tract Documents or Certified Check in the
amount of not less than five percent (5%) of
the total amount bid must accompany each
Bid.
Successful Bidder shall be required to execute
and to provide a Payment Bond and Perform-
ance Bond each in an Amount of not less than
one hundred percent (100%) of the total value
of the Contract awarded to him with a satisfac-
tory surety or sureties for the full and faithful
performance of the work.
The requirements of 49 CFR 26, Regulations of
the US Department of Transportation, Disad-
vantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), apply to
this contract. The DBE goal of 7% has been es-
tablished for this contract. The Bidder/Offerer
shall make good faith efforts,.as defined in Ap-
pendix A, 49 CFR 26 to meet the contract goal
for DBE participation.
No bid may be withdrawn after closing time for
the receipt of Proposals for a period of ninety
(90) days.

The City of Marianna reserves the right to
waive any informalities or irregularities in or
reject any or all bids and to award or refrain
from awarding the Contract for the Work.
Dated: September 15 and 22,2013
By: City of Marianna


LF160237 LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE'OF INTENDED ACTION
THE JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Purpose and Effect: Pursuant to-Chapter 120 of
the Florida Statutes, the School Board of Jack-
son County will hold a rule adoption meeting in,
conjunction with the regularly scheduled meet-
ing on October 15, 2013 for the purpose of
amending or adopting the following rules to
comply with the provisions of controlling laws,
administrative rules and guidelines.
PROPOSED POLICY AMENDMENT
1.10 District Vision and Mission.

The Jackson County School Board Mission
Statement has been revised to read:
The purpose of the Jackson County School Dis-
trict is to prepare all students for success as
educated and caring citizens by inspiring and
building good character and a passion for life-
long learning, building a better.communi-
ty...one student at a time.

Cost to agency: None. Cost or benefit to those
affected: None, Impact on open market:.
None. Origination and authorization: Steve R.
Benton,9/12/2013.
IF REQUESTED, A HEARING WILL BE HELD:
DATE: October 15,2013
TIME: 4:00 P.Mv. Central Standard
PLACE: Board room of the School Board
,of Jackson County, 29.03 Jefferson Street,
Marianna, FL 32446
THE ENTIRE TEXT OF EACH PROPOSED RULE
AND/OR REFERENCED DOCUMENT, AS WELL AS
A FULL LISTING OF RELEVANT STATUTES, CAN
BE INSPECTED AND/OR COPIES MADE BYTHE
PUBLIC, DURING OFFICE HOURS, MONDAY .
THROUGH FRIDAY, AT THE ADDRESS GIVEN
ABOVE.

LF160231
P PUBLIC NOTICE.
PPLCS Public Hearing on FY 13-14 Budget Sept
17, 2013 at 4:15pm


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LF160232
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 91

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE JACKSON
COUNTY CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD OF ITS I
INTENT TO CONDUCT A PUBLIC MEETING TO
REVIEW POTENTIAL VIOLATIONS. r t

The public hearing will be held in the. Jackson
County Administration Building located at 2864 1
Madison Street, Marianna, Florida on the 19th '
day of September, 2013 at 9:00 a.m.
Comments are encouraged. Anyone desiring M,..
information may contact the Jackson County
Code Enforcement Office located at 4487
Lafayette Street, Marianna, Florida or contact
by phone at (850) 482-9087 during regular IN T
business hours. CLASSIFIEDS


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lots to choose from.
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V" 1 .-. Drive are 2, 1.20
............... ,a Acre lots for $17,000
EACH. Located on
Paulk Road is a 3.45 acre lot that can be purchased as a whole for
$35,000 or Can be purchased in 31.05+/- lots Each for $15,000. Located
to close Marlanna High School and in an established neighborhood
5, BEDRO(eS 4e BATH
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bedroom If needed Great Spacious 1.80 acres! MLS #248281. I _
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3 Bedroom 2'Bath
home with approx
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home! Thiswon't last long socall today SOLD AS IS.
ALL THE BELLS AND
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has everything you want
and mom! Over 2800 sq it
Under Air, with a Gorgeous
Sunroom with 18e t
Ceilings with Windows
from' Floor to ceiling
overlooking the backyard
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Kitchen is, open
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and has stainless
steel appliances.
flattop stove, new handmae countertops and cabinet
Original hardwood Floors throughout with No carpeti-ig,
Remodeled Bathroom! Large Y acre lot has a huge
backyard! Central Heat and air with;.all new duct wcr:'
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Low Overhead=Llw Prices ...rem hder9',aulted ceilings
and has an open fosrplans
.. .. .10 ri. Wh:i,. h. 0
850-263-3813 : 850-849-1175 f.. .. ,.,.. t,..0b-.1......., I;;,- ...
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Large 3 or 4 Bedroom, 3
hath homs has almost
1.9ae sq i under alrt
... The Huge living room
HMS IE .IROVEM N Is 27x1111 There are
2 Master bedrooms.
.'Screened Porch and
APP ' Lasundry Room. Sitting
HAPPYII aon 5 city lots end has
r "beautiful backyard with a 24x24 Outbulldlng/Shopt The home needs some TLG
l l l but has had Upndated wirina & plumbing Sold AS-IS. MLS #248168.

WE'LL BEAT ANY PRICE!! HONEO RFFICEI Great
Big Or Small Jobs WELCOME / 3witBhjutm der 1/420s
oi 4 -8 Ce :850-B272-6627 Iftt Located dabs across
. . .. ..__ _ _ __ I:- .from Golson Elementary
and next door to the Cancer Center in Mariana. Brick house needs some updates but
1- 1 I iw *M A .* i i can be the perfect place for yoauIl MLS #248115. Asking $71,000.
"Beautification of Your Home" i PERFECTCOUNTRY
Carpentry/Painting Installations iLHOME ON 2 ACREStdroo
Furniture Repair &-Refinishing 2 bath home with
over 1800 .sq ftl
General Repairs Insured Relax on the Large
Front porch with
SIi n ILI *b- Lancprive v settaetlngl
,q~r (85)5692903Large Kitchen with


Huge pantryt Newer
central a/c & heating unitt 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 prick home and a 3
car garage. Over 2900 sq
ft with a large living mom,
updated kitchen cabinets,
dishwasher. Hardwood
floors thru out living areas and bedrooms: Sunken Living room has a Beautiful wood
burning Brick Fireplace. 1Ox12 Brick Storage uildin. SOLD AS IS.
. LAND FOR SALE Ik BI'.BB,,i B]M
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SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES
4630 Hwy. 90 Marlanna, FL 32446
(850) 526.2891
Each Office Is Independently Owned and Opeated
SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER


Ed McCoy, Realtor'
CeII.(850) 573.6198
S www.emccoyrealty.com
emccoy02@yahoo.cpm


01]4V|1161191 GRAND RIDGE -
Three bedroom brick home
nestled on lovely 1.5 acre
laIndscaped'ytrd with chain
link'fencing on paved rood.
MLS248713 $69,900.
PRICED UNDER
APPRAISED VALUE
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MLS 248712 $118,900
NEW HOME
SCENTI Fourbet bdom
hsme huo been Copletely
renou- i Also le kutes a
d -1 house ,tnal(hed roa Ihe
side wifti sepote-e eritin(e
MLS 248691 e $130,000.
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MLS 248677 $249,000


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wood ob ig ,n litcHo. large
6111ty mom'.m od p deffl~t
metIandoubl. repod Vert rchce
landscaping,
MLS 248524, $109,900.
Pat Furr
Realtor
850.209.8071
furrl9@-msn.com






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MS#248451 5 $145,000


Nan H arkleroad
REALTOR-ASSOCIATES
850.526.2891
Nanllnnea"@hotmail.com








Beautiful five acre butlding lot, Paved road frontage. Beautiful big homes
in area. Previous owner conveyed restrictions, 2,000 s.f. homes h/cooled
area man. Level load with a few smell teres. Ready for dream home.
MLS# 248693 4 $30,000







Solid well built home 3bedroom/l .Sbolhs w.lots of updates. One car
garage, metal storage shed and uflity shed. On one acre and cose to
town. Hardwoodm.v lODlS,double pane wisdows,screened front porch.
MLS# 248756 9 $76,900
~Century 21 Easter Seals fund
raising party and drawing
for complete set of Christmas
ornamntns.
Winner, Sue Dilmarel


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4630 Hwy. 90 Marlanna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2891
Each Offlce I. Independently Owned d Oprmttl
SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER


Ouida Morris
REALTOR
Broker/Owner
850-209-4705

I OH, ONLY
MINUTES TO
TOWN! Country home
in private and quiet location.
Ranch style 3 bedrooms, 2 both
and attached garage.
S* $65,000
I OH, IT'S MOVE-
IN READY Well
maintained home located in
town. Spacious rooms and large
back yard.

* $90,300.
I OH, HERE'S TWO
FOR ONE PRICES -
Livein one house and use second
.for guest or rental house. Some
repairs needed.
$79,900.
I OH, WHAT A
HOUSE! Cedar 4
bedroom, 3 both Iocated
on 3.5 acres: Many, Many
Custom Features.

$224,900
I OH, WHAT A BIG
REDUCTION! Great
buy on this 3 bedmom home
located on shaded lot in town
closejo local amenities.


. MIS 248263 $4


47,900. .
OH, NEED MORE
SPACE? -. Spacious homo
With 4 bedrooms, detached
carport and located on extra
large lot that goes from shreet
o street.
51,900.
OH, WHAT A
GREAT LOCATION!
* Lovely home located in nice
golfing community. Large
rooms, garagewith storage area
and shaded back yard.'
34,900.


I OH, THIS ONE
HAS A LAKE
VIEWI (,nue : y1e
tllr), w lh ,/ [,ltniirsn':. ich
,hoang is pa,'t ,i rit, o voew
ol COi-iipO Luke bDO and
gazebo oiibalk ol the home.
S$88,000.
0 / : .


IKC. I riceBoyette
Cell 851-573-1572


THROUGH in this custom-bui
home where no oxpeose was spared.
Features include o(dne counters in
Hi kitchen -and bathi, stainless steel
appliances and plenty of cabinets in
kitchen washoranddr:yer, grout room
with lighted troy ceiling and plantation
blinds, Jacuzzi tub and home is handicap accessible. Sprayed insulation in walls,
ceiling and energy glass windows makes home energy efficient; Allthis add nore
on lovely landscaped yard. Call Bevely today for your personal viewing of this
.outstanding home. '
HILS 248415 $159,900.

BDebbie Roney Smith,
,Realtor
850-209-8039
debbieroneysmith@
embarqmail.com

R ED E FOR SALE OR LEASE.
CALI DEBBIE DIRECT
-850.209.8039 FOR LEASE
fn INFO. 3BR/2BA 'Updated
... */ home in the city limits of
Marianna. Close to hospital,
schools, college and shopping.
MIS 210709 $150,000
Three Bedrooms One full gWthl
& One half bath in Master Bdrm.
Brick ranch in town move in ready
condition. Recent interior paint
and finished addition good use
as a 4th bedroom'or use as family
room office.
MLS246566 $89,000 OrBEST OFFER

Upgraded newer manufactured
home 2310 SF H/C Ouiltin 2006
with 4B /2A on 28.3 acres dose
to Grand Ridge' and 1-10. Spring
fed slacked pond. Property is
Fenced & Cross Fenced for Horses
e& Ctlce. Comer location.
MLS 247071 $189,900
Cusitom Beullt R/2BA newer
home with over 2300 SF living
space on over I acre. Split
bedroom f'oor plan. Great room
with wood buying replace high
ceilings & recess ighlin, custom
kitchen. Dream master bathroom,
MLS 248516 $250,000


IFIEDS Jackson County Floridan Sunday, September 15, 2013-9 B
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PRICED FOR QUICK SALE. 15 acres has unfinished, old 2
BR house'and barn on property. Barn has attached 20x40
shed and two 12x12 horse stalls. Approx. 10 acre hay field.
Some fencing. Underground storm shelter, well and septic
tank. Being sold "AS IS." $75,000 MLS #248497
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2 BR/2 BA Mobile home. on 2 fenced acres. Paved roads,
3 metal, storage buildings, one converted into living
quarters. Generator for Mobile home. Animals welcome.
Possible owner financing- 20% down, 6% interest for 5
years w/credit report. $49,900 MLS #248500


-- this older home sits
~across from Indian
.. Spings entrance.


i r. cNic oe 3BR/2BA home in
Marianna. Beautiful
simulated hardwood floors,
newer inteiior paint, doers,
updated cabionthardware
and-appliances. Has Ig
family rm, kit/dr combo & sm storage building.Rome qualifies for FHA,
VA and RD. Seller willing tb pay closing costs of 1st time homebuyer! Why
rent when you can have your own home. Priced at $77,500 MLS# 248418


Nice country hnme on
the edge of Greenwood,
FL, approx. 7 min. from
Marianna 'and 25 rin.
to Dothan, AL Well kept
3BR/1.5BA, hardwood, tile, and carpet floor, fireplace, LR & den, new vinyl
siding, big fenced backyard, Ige storage bldg, 4 Ige fig trees, all on 1.14 acres.
Motivated Seller!, Bring all offers. Priced at just $105,9001! MLS# 248387

This 3BR/2BAhbas been
completely renovated! Kit.
has granite couetertops,
many cabinets & all apple.
sHome has many unique
features and a wrap-around porch. A Ige screen TV & washer/dryer stay.
Home has an enclosed above ground pool w/deck: Lots of parking and outdoor
stage. This is a must see and only $87,000! MLS# 247837


home is move-in ready!
All new paint, clean
carpets, split MBR
Mariannao- On a quiet denadend street is this 3 BR/2BA home, plus an desiocarpets inbdrms,.
unheated bonus room. Ceon H&A 7 months old. Oak floors, some covered beautiful hardwood floors in LR, Dpand I aroom.ge kitchen
iplety of cabinets. Landscaped n/palms and azaleas. Outside
With carpet. One car garage. 2 metal terage buildings. Large shady lot is storage shed. This is a great buy nly $149,500. MLS# 248308,
fenced in bach. Great for children or pets. S75,000 MLS #240790 _._ _,


Indian Springs Sub.
This 4BR/2.5BA home,
is waterfront on Lake
Osceola. Has lge perches, in-ground po0ew/new liner and macy
u extras. Seller will allow up to $18,000 toward new roof and-
Marianna Approximately W- acre. lot with 1'' on upgrades. Makeyourappeintmenttoday!! $225,000 LS#2482851
north Jefferson zoned mixed used. Could be residential lI
apartments/duplex or business City utilities 2 BR, old i. .......i. .
house being sold AS IS MLS #247182 u... l'.l..i..


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Well-mtdntained 2 BR/2
BA ma~ile-home iin a
country setting. The master
bedroom hos a walk-in
closet. All appliances included. Most of property is chain-link fenced, .7
ac lot is cross fenced with large garden space. Open shed 18x15, storage
bldg. 12x8. Front and back porch. Reducedto S25,900.1Bring Offersl
MLS,247915 .
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.Caflle Farm w"r. 1.45
a,'. A C Poro ,. .arJ,'I
coiT ierill but il, a si l
2:3310 sq. rn. trial rheeO
a nIw root. Fenced add
cross l- turned, 4 oll1,
oft W , '? ._i,' :013r
awaidr Ah -.1.1. a'iro : .n l:lhjr p a l an l IO? mp lonL- is.- .._
IrEe:; ,' pa.lure Bursia.-: W'..rI : Iii. .n HMOIT.; CM)unry Mahe
anappointment today. Bring all offers.! $359,000 MLS# 248137


Three buildings Marianna Old store building, house and,
garage apartment on '1 acre MOL Roads on 3 sides (2 are l, Greal investment
paved) zoned commercial. Would be good for apartments, auto proper' It Currently
repair, H/A conditioning business, ect. Lots of room for parking bBrHI ui"ni n rlegI 0't
orexpnir mo Has a 4-yr. lease
orexpansion. Selling "as is". $95,000 MLS #248793 remaining. Excellent on-going business as a tenant. Location is easy
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Affordable 2BR home in Marianna has appliances,
central H/A and some insulated windows. One car
garage, screened front porch, deck and storage
building. Selling "as is" $40,000 MLS #248792


Cumiirer.-ihi Location
en, HWC 71 and Blue
SpreE Rd., corner
10r 3 commercial
metal buildings
I.il ri4g a ppr.. 31,ijii .'1i m iy ', cr,: Cirgi, 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


L A Realty

Knowledge, Experience, Honesty
S Mary Beth Kaminski
Broker/REALTQR
wwwlarealtyflbrida.com
(850) 6B9-2608 BQ) 693-0907
4856pLauderdale Lane
Bapq.om, FL 32423 -.
marybeth@larealtyfloridacom *i
"rice ysoui d~eam!"'

Let me Adp.
! .\0n.s . ]j' ELEGANT CUSTOM BUILT
0 HOME ON MAGNOLIA
OAKS GOLF COURSE,
MARIANNA. This home
hqs, 5 .bedrooms, 4 full
baths & al the extra
amenities. Gorgeous oak
center1 i sld abak cabinets in commercial
kitchen with center island, a breakfast bar, large pastry, a dining area
and large screened porch overlooking the 121 tee of the golf course.
The master suite has a Jacuzzi tub large separate shower, dream
closet & dressing area. All within an hour drive to the beautiful white
sand beaches on the Gulf of Mexico. MLS 248062 $449,900
A UNIQUE M5UT SEE
HOME IN COMPASS LAKE.
This contemporary style
home offers 4 bedrooms,
3 full baths, two kitchens,
lots of living space, large
and oversized closets
in all 1he bedrooms. A
wood burning fireplace,
Screened in porches, & large
dining recreation are'a;'along with a separate living suite for company,
grandparents or even that college student. There Is a handicap accessible
master bath as well as a ramp accessing the main living area. Azaleas and
plenty of trees give this home takes on a whole new life in spring. Fenced
fr privacy, or that play area for your children. MLS 248340 $259,000


' -.A GAIIDENERS DELIGHT
N MAR14NNA. eeautful
r rte ..'. pEi lus this 3
n,,: a... 1. w bath hao s
i. :Ic.e to 'Marianna
oI-,, f.. -r, all in a quiet
.?,IAn-h'.r.,s neighborhood.
propey Th 3 hl. fulM home has
e f a E plenty of space to play
or retreat. Ilis EXTREMELY well maintained with large roams, plenty of
storege, wide hallway & an opesf oor plaoe to make this home easily
h'endict p accessible.,0,Gage haene wacrbenc and a 12 x2ae workshop has
plenty of room for tools, lawn equipment or storage. MLS 24e6686 as$165,000
COTTONDALE HOME
REDUCED $10,000.
T1.e seller will also pay

ring all offers. Looking
r sserenity a nd a quet
pace in the country?
ernjyothe wildlife, deer,
owlsfoxandEven some endangered spec ies abound oh this
prop erty" This 3 bedroom bath home sits on a hill in the
Smiddde of this 4.55 acres. Enjoy nature or your morning coffee
on the screened back porch. Includes washer, dryer and stove,
carport, plus 2 car detached i apage. MLS 249473 $11,000
PERFECT FOR FIRST
TIME HOME BSYER OR
RETIREMENT HOME.
Watch toehunosets across
f sthe ond from your fron
porch. What- a view
This cute 2 bedroom 1
bath home would make
a great first home, or
S retirement home pn
the country% It has a metal roof, new well, and some updates.
Kitchen has plenty of cabinet space, and a large pantry. There
is plenty of room for'a garden in the back yard which evdn has
a pear tree, fig tree and a large loquat tree. Comes complete
with stove refrigerator, washer and dryer. MLS 240492 $8 s,00o0
WN ELL, MAINI NNED HOME
;' .' .N GRAND RIDGE ON 53U/-
SeCRES. Sit on the f ront porch
nd watch the beautiful
'-- ----nsets, c orethe screened, in
Sback porch and watch the wild
anima ls, turkey, deer etc Them
i. a pond on this property and
If you are looking for serenity this isitl The open floor plan sgreat for family
getetogethers in this 3/2 split floor plan home. Plenty of roomafor those hores,
trt garden, or for children and grandchildren to enjoy the country life. Easy
atoess t1-10 for a drives to Mariann, Tallahassee, or the beautiful white sand
.n.- .-3.." n-.. rt ,, .C.. s s. : :318,000
~ATTENTION
GOLFERS! [ Build
your dream home
close to Magnolia
Oaks Golf Court.
in M arianna
Heavily wooded
residential 1.09 acre lot across from golf course
Deed reSnr.cr-ons apply 1500 minimummsq. ft Lot
shares 1/9 irEreE inn 1c0 20 acre, of common area
with access toMill pond.. MLS 240962 $56,000
r P COUNTRY LIVING
AT. ITS BEST 20
Acres in Greenwood
to 'enjoy your:
p rivac y, b2ut
property is just a
short distance off
of paved road, and
has wetl; septic, and bower pole on property. A
beautiful setting for Mobile Home, or2to build your
dream home. Property is half cleared pasture andt
half wooded with mostly.oak and some pine,.,Lots
of wildlife here as well. MLS 247803 $89,000
TURNKEY BUSINESSIt
-MOBILE HOME
PARK" .IN QUIET
NEIGHBORHOOD
Greenwood property
has 12 'lots ancd. is
currently at 90% plus
occupancy. Most Ten'ants have been at the park for many
years. Current income potential ReturnOn Investment is
10-12'percent less minimal expenses.Just purchase and
start~collecting ircomet MILS 247807 $135,000
ACERAGE -NEAR
CHIPOLA RIVER.
JThis .9 acre parcel in
Marianna is lose to
a boat landing, and
has a view of the
Chipola Rivel. It isin
Conservation, grandfathered'in, and can support
one home, or could possibly be purchased for a
bait shop. the seller will pay flr a site evaluation:
Make an offer today. MLS 242233 $10,900
REDUCEDII OWNER
WILL PAY CLOSING
COST UP TO .$3,000
FOR BUYER[ This
mobile home is in a
quiet retirement area
in Milton, Floridal,
.Come for the season
or to stayl Enjoy the
seclusion-pIcnIc in
your owns yard- yet just a short drive to Navarre,, Santa
Rosa. and beautiful beaches. Close. to Pensacola for
Hospitals, Universities, Eglin Air Force Base, and Pensacola
Regional Airport. 2 bedroom 2 bath, large covered porch,
12 x 20' storage building closet. MLS 247879 $74,000'
BUILD 'YOUR
DREAM HOME. This
7 1/2 acre wooded
property Islthe ideal
place to build, if you
are looking for land
in the country on a
paved road. An easy
driveto Marianna to the north, and nrot far from
the Panama City area, and the beautiful white sand
beaches. Enjoy the bountiful natural resources rnd
beauty of the area. A perfect location to work, live
and play In Northwest Florida. M.LS 246852 $59,000
ONE AND ONE HALF
ACRE PARCEL. This
wooded property
Is an ideal place to
build or. put that
mobile home. On
a paved road with
ready access to
Marianne or Panama City Beach. A perfect location
to, work, live and play in Northwest Florida. From
Panama City & Fountain area drive North on Hwy 231
to Hwy 167. Right on Hwy 167 and property will be
Just 2 miles north. See signs. MILS 246853 $16,000
85 ACRES PLUS
AN OLDER HOME.
Beautiful farm land
plus build your dream
home and bring your
horses or cattle.
Theres a gorgeous
setting for a home
surrounded with mature trees Including Oak, Cedar,
and some Pecans that sit back from the highway. Watch
the sunrise and sunsets and enjoy the countryside, yet
close to Marianna, The, Industrial park, and the new
Jackson County Health Center. MLS 247525 $324,500


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71K MILES
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WAS $16,995
NOW $13,995
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LEATHER, 1 OWNER,
96K MILES
#13343A
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NOW $17,995


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APPEARANCE PKG.
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NOW $20,995


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


MOONROOF, LEATHER,
47K MILES,
#133678
WAS $17,995
NOW $14,995


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

WAS $22,995
NOW $18,995


10 FORD
ESCAPE LIMITED
LEATHER, LOADED,
#R3452

WAS $23,995
NOW $21,995


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GREAT MILEAGE!
#P3447
WAS $18,995
HOW $15,995


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

09 FORD F150
SUPER CREW LARIAT
LEATHER, 4X4,
MOONROOF, COVER ON
BED, 40K MILES
#13280B
WAS $33,995
NOW $31,995


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

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,
R3440
WAS $24,995
NOW $22,995

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


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

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

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


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i*'';; AVALON SPORT
-.; LTHR., MOONROOF,
;:' RSB WHEELS, 33K MILES,
'."' #13314A
,41 WAS $25,995
iNOW $26g995


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09 EXPEDITION
ELXLT
POWER PKG., NICE!
#12126A
WAS $23,995
NOW $19,995


H HWY. 90" *MARIANNA, FL
(050) 4824043 ( 1866) 587-3673
www.ChipolaFord.com
RICK BARNES un MOINfl.
'All prices plus $299.50 P&H, tax, tag & title. All Incentives applied. Incentives good thru 9/19/2013.
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