Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
30.776389 x -85.238056

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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REGISTER'S MEAT COMPANY


Jone Wayne restocks the Register's Country Store freezers Thursday. '


Register's first retail store draws crowd


SBY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhailter@jcfloridan.com

COTTONDALE- Employees '
, at Register's Meat Company,
were scrartbling last weekto re-
fill the shelves at the company's
first-ever retail outlet, following
a grand opening that succeeded
beyond the owner's wildest
dreams. The crowd very nearly
wiped out the stock during the
Stwo-day event. '
Al Kaempfer, who bought'
the company about a decade
ago, said he had brought inri 520
buns to feed the grand opening
crowdthat Saturday from 10
a.m to 2 p.m., planning to offer
free sausage dogs during those
hours at his new Register's
Country Store. But by 12:45
p.m.. that supply was depleted.


S.E. Register '.Sr.
company in 1941.


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founded -the


Thevisitors snapped up the,
stock he had for,sale as well.'As
the store filled with customers,
a line formed outside. That line


was 15 to 20 feet deep most of
the day, with Kaempfer's wife
managing the line. As one per-
son came out. another was sent
in to wait at the end of the line
inside, which wrapped
itself around the middle
aisle of grocery staples that aug-
ment the store's mainstay sup-
ply of smoked pork products.
The cash register didn't stop
ringing until the day was done.
Business manager Jennifer,
Hanson ran the rjng-up.that
day and said that, for nearly a
six-hour block, there was zero
time between transactions.
A head count'wasn't taken,
but Hanson estimates the
Saturday crowd at around 1,000,
people. '
Kaempfer said he decided
to open the retail business for


two reasons. For one thing, the
town's only grocery store had
closed and people needed a .
place to buy noi only.meat, but
other grocery standards. For"
another thing, most well-know
independent meat companies
like theirs have ayretail outlet.
And for many years, customers
had sometimes come straight to
the front door of their produc-
tion plant to buy, anyway. At
that location, just down the
street from the new retail store,
they'd eventually emptied a.
room, brought in display cases,
and sold to the public in a more
retail-like fashion. It was time,
Kaempfer thought, to formal-
ize the retail and get it out front
and visible on U.S. 231.
S' ee REGISTER'S, Page 11A


Battle of Mariannato be commemorated


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuc hi.halIter,-.,cIIor dan cr-m
In recognition and remem-
brance of the Civil War's4Battle
of Marianna, two public events
and'a morning-long educational
presentation for school children
will'be held on Marianna Day,
Friday, Sept. 27, and on the Sat-
urday morning that follows. The
presentations are primarily proj-
ects of the Theophilus West MD
Camp 1346 Sons of Confederate
Veterans and the local United
Daughters of the Confederacy.
The children's program will be
Shield atCitizen's Lodge dnFriday,
in the form of a living history
presentation with people in pe-
riod costumes depicting life in
the times of soldiers and civil-
ians between the years of 1860-
1865. The Battle of Marianna was
waged on Sept.,27,1864, and Fri-
day will be the 149th anniversary
* of the event. The presentation
will run from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
and will include cannon demon-
strations and other educational
activities. For instAnce, an expert
* on old-time Florida cowboys will
give a talk about the "cow calva-
ry," individuals who rounded up


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Dayspring Christian Academy students Kahlan Hall and Charity Peterson
try out some Civil War era muskets and clothing while learning about the
Battle of Marianna and the Civil War from re-enactors taking part in the
2011 Marianna Day Festival.


free-range cattle in those times
and shipped them by train to be
prepared as food for Confeder-
ate soldiers.
Chairman of the MNiarianna Day
committee, Robert Daffin, said a
5 p.m. public ceremony will also
be held that day in Riverside
Cemetery to memorialize all the
Civil War soldiers who are buried


)) ENTERTAINMENT...5B


))JCLIFE...3A


there, as well as' any veterans of
the battle who survived the war
but were laid to rest there upon
their deaths. The ceremony,will
include the presentation of Taps,
a roll call of the dozens of sol-
diers buried there, and a cannon
firing. -
On Saturday at 9 a.m., the local
chapter of the United Daughters
OBITUARIES....11A


of the Confederacy will host a
ceremony inm Confederate Park
just off Lafayette Street. Several
local Sons of Confederate Vet-
erans and supporters will be
depicting several key Confeder-
ates. Speaking.as those charac-
ters. the presenters will give brief
accounts of their lives and their
deaths in battle. Local historian
Dale Cox and Daffin will also
speak generally about the battle
and Homer Hirt will conduct a
roll call.
Immediately following the cer-
emony at about'10:30 a.m., the
presenters will move on to St.
Luke's Episcopal Chuirch, gather-
ing in the cemetery there, where
several Confederate- veterans i
are buried, having died either
in battle dr later inlife. St. Luke's
was a'major site in the Battle' of
Marianna, and was where many
Confederates perished in their
last stand against Union invad-
ers. A ceremony will be held in
the cemetery, with the charac-
ter actors from the Confeder-
ate Park presentation continu-
ing their roles in an additional
See 'BATTLE, Page 11A


))OPINION..4A'


)) SPORTS...1B


Vol.90 No.199




Cash,


check or

credit?

New pay option
coming for
Marianna utility
customers
BYANGIECOOK
Sacook@jcflQoridan.com
MARIANNA-City cus-
tomers who, would like
the option of paying their
municipal utility bills with
a credit card won't have to
wait much longer. Officials
say the frequently request-
ed convenience should
soon be available.
At Wednesday's special
meeting of the Marianna
City Commission, a one-
year.trial of a utility billing
S See PAY. Page 10A


Woodruff


lockhours

change for

winter
S From staff reports
The U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers has announced
lock schedule changes for
the Jim Woodruff Dam on
:the Apalachicola-Chana-
hoochee-.Flint (ACF) River
Basin.
Beginning the week .of
Oct. 7, ACF Locks will
change to the fall/winter
schedules for Woodruff
as well as for the George
W. Andrews and Walter .
George lock and damni ar-.
Seas. At that time,, general
operating hours will move
to Monday-Thursday from
8 a.m.-6 p.m. Eastern Stan-
dard Time. The locks will
be open Oct. 4-5, closed
On Oct.. 6 and then open
Monday-Thursday, Oct. 7-
10. This schedule will con-
tinue until March 2014.
See WOODRUFF, Page 10A


States

jobless

rate down
The Associated Press
TALLAHASSEE Flori-
da's attempt to pull out of
...-..L.' i the depths
LOCAL''. of the Great
iSee. I ,Recession
"regional... continues to
number; ; be uneven
*onUA and bumpy.
*, The state
released
new unemployment rates
on Friday that show that
Florida's unemployment
rate has dropped to 7 per-
cent in August. It had been
stalled at 7.1 percent for
See JOBS, Page ilA
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';Submityour news or Community Calendar
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"., 'SUNDAY, SEPT22. ', .
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 850-596-6232.,
Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion'
6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna'
(irnone-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette "-
St.). Attendance limited to people who want to stop
drinking.
S))Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in
the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
5429 Col'ege Drive, Graceville. .

MONDAY, SEPT. 23
Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's
SBuffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call
482-2005.
) School Advisory Meeting 3:15 p.m. Marianna
Middle School, 4144 South St., Marianna. Mrs.
Shierri Godwin's room 005A, 7th gtade building. All
parents welcome. Call 482-9609 ext. 546.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting
-,5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
3975 U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Busihess'meet-
ingsare fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for
projects, lessons and help. All quilters welcome. Call
209-7638. .
) Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees Joint Con-
ference Committee Meeting'- 5:30 p.m. in the
classroom. Call 718-2629. /
))Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
SChurch, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.

.. TUESDAY, SEPT. 24
SSt. Anne Thrift Store Hours-9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4285 SecondAve. in
Marianna..New line offall attire in. Call 482-3734;
))New Pinochle Club: First Meeting 9:30-11
a.m. in the Ascension Lutheran Church Fellowship .
Hall, 3875 U:S. 90, Marianna.'Public welcome. Call
* 482-6132. "
)) Orientation Noon to 3 p.m. at Goodwill Career
STraining Center. 4742 U.S. 90. Marianna. Learn .., -
about and register for free services. Call 526-0139.
: Sewing Circle 1 pm. at Jackson County Senior
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-
.' 5028. ,, ,
) Genealogy 101 6-7:30 p.m. Sept. 10,17 and
24; at the Jackson County Public Library, 2929 '
Green St. in Marianna. This three-session course
Sfor budding genealogists has tips and strategies on
how to construct your family tree. Materials fee: $2.
Register today to hold your place. Call 482-9631.
,. Healthy!Homes Seminar 6-8 p.m. Jackson
County Agricultural .COmplex, 2741 Pennsylvania
' Ave., Suite 3, Marianna. Learn ways to maintain a
healthy living environment in your home. Topics:
Health,.safety, energy efficiency, and household
pests. R.S.V.P. by Sepf 17. Light snacks provided.
:Free admission. Contact: amandagriffin@ufl.edu.or
482-9620. '
Alcoholics,Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Mari=nna.


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W ,: D WEDNESDAY, SEPT.256
Chipola Fall Festival -10 a.m. to 2 p.m.S
scored by Student Government Association.
) Alcoholics Anonymous OpenMeeting -
to 1p.m. in the AA room of First United Meth
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. 'n Marianna.
Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees Fin
Board Meetings 5 p.m. in the Hudnall Bu
community room. Call 718-2629.'

'*. THURSDAY,,SEPT.26 ...
) St. Anne Thrift Store Hours -- 9. a.m. to:
Tuesday and Thursdays at 4285 Second Avi
Marianna. New line of fall attire in. Call 482-3
Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at'T
'Oaks Restaurant, U.S. 90, Marianna. Call 526
)) Job Club-Noon to 3 p.m. at the Goodwil
Training Center, 4742 U.S:90, Marianna.Lear
seeking 'retention 'skills; get job search assis
Call 526-0139.
) Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Grou
5:30 p.m. at Jackson .Hospital Cafeteria Bi
Room. Free.to attend, Curriculum developed
smokers for those who want to become ex-s
ers. Call 482-6500. ..
) Chipola College Theatre Showcase' 7
the Chipola College Center for the Arts, Mar;
Presented by Chipola theater majors. For tici
call 718-2277 or contact a Chipola theater m
Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discuss
8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 29C
donia St., Marianna, in the AA room, Attenda
limited to people with a desire to stop drinkir
papers willnot be-signed.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 27
Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at the Jack
County Public Library, Marianna Branch: Nev
experienced hand crafters welcome4to create
share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 4!
9631., : '
)) "Senior Singles" Meeting 6-8 p.m. in t
First United Methodist Church YouthCenter,
Clinton St.. Marianna New location. Ample p
Singles age 50 and older are invited for game
food,'prizes and speakers. No charge. Donati
accepted; 'proceeds fund charitablei.endeavo
Marianna's Gathering'Place Foundation. Call
4561 or 272-6611. '
2013 Graceville Harvest Festival Beauty
Pageant 6:30 p.m. Sept. 27-28 at the Grac
Civic.Center. Friday, contestantswill vie for thI
titles of Tiny Baby Miss (0-9,months), Baby, IM
(10-12 months). Toddler Miss (13-23 months;)
Miss (2-3), Fuiture'Little Miss (4-5) and Little
Graceville eHarvest Festival (6-7). Dporadmiss
$5 per aduft or $3 for children ,(3 and young
263-4744. ,
)).Celebrate Recovery 7p.m. at Eyangel W
Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Roadin.Marianha. Ad
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m.'Child care available
209-7856,573-1131. .
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting -
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist


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, 2> ,. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. ':

Spon--' SATURDAY, SEPT. 28
Union Grove Community Center Yard.Sale
- Noon Fundraiser 7a.m. to 2 p.m. at 4517 Basswood -
odisti. Road. Greenwood. Household items, furniture, and
blood for sale. Vendor space available (call 594-4160.
ance, 594-6181). Fish sandwiches: $5. Proceeds benefit
ilding renovation of old Union Grove High School.
Building Strong Families 5K run/walkand
10K run -8 a.m. at the Citizens Lodge Park,
Caverns Road, Marianna. Early registration: $25
for the 5K. $30 for the 10K. Freel-mile fun run for..
p.m.; kkids 12 and younger. Sponsors: Tci-Courtty Home:
e. in Builders Association, Big Bend Community Based
3734. .Care, Quality Parenting Initiative and Heart Gallery
he of North Florida. For registration information call
i-3142. 209-0397 or 557-8139. :
I Career ) Fall Plant Sale 8a.m. to 1 p.m. JCARC, 2973
rn job Pennsylvania Ave:,,Marianha. They will have shrubs,
;tance. trees, grasses, ground covers, house plants, booths
with arts and crafts and yard sale items Booth '
UP I space is available for rent. For more information:
card www.jacksoncountyarc.net. cor call 526-7333.
by ex-. Alford Community Health Clinic Hours -10
mok- a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in
,"Alford. The free clinic for income.-eligible patients
p.m. in. without medical insurance treats short-term illness-
anna es and chronic conditions. Appointments available
kets '. (call 263-7106 or 209-5501);.walk-ins welcome..
major. Sign in before noon.'
sion Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30-
)1Cale- 5:30 p.m: in the AA room of First United Methodist '
nce Church. 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
,g; ) 2013 GracevilleHarvestFestival Beauty
Pageant 6:30 p.m. Sept. 2.7-28 at the Graceville
S Civic Center. On Saturday, contestants will vie for
the titles of Petite Miss (8-9), Miss Preteeh (10-11),
Young Junior Miss (12-13); Junior Miss (14-15), Teen
son Miss (16-17) and Miss Graceville Harvest-.Festival
v and (18-21). Door admission: $5 peradult or $3 for.
6, children (3 and younger). Call 263-4744.
32-
the SUNDAY, SEPT. 29. .
4392 Fall Plant Sale--8a;m. to 1 p.m. JCARC. 2973
parking. Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna. They will have shrubs,
es, trees, grasses, ground covers, house plants, booths
ons"' .with arts and crafts and yard sale items. Booth
rs of' space is available for rent. For more information:
526- www.jacksoncountyarc.net. Or 5-26-7333.
) Kent Family Reunion -12:30 p.m. Kent cem-
etery pavilion, three miles southwest of Alford, FL.
eville D Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion'
ke" -6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
Aiss (in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette St.).
), Tiny Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop
Miss drinking.
sion; ))Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting- 8 p.m. in the
r).:Call board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
5429 College Drive, Graceville.
Worship
ult, ', MONDAY, SEPT.30 .
SCall' )) Parkinson's Support Group Meeting- Noon
S: in the ground-floor classroom of Jackson Hospital.
-9 Lunrch providedlThose diagnosed with Parkinson's
S and their caregivers are invited.'No cost to partici-
pate. Call718-2661. : :


SThe submission deadline for thiscalendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
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MARIANNA POLICE
DEPARTMENT

The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the following
incidents for Sept. 19, the latest
available report- One accident,
one suspicious person, one,
highway obstruction, two bur-
glar alarms, seven traffic stops,
one larceny complaint, two ob-
scene/threatening phone calls,
one two animal complaint,
one assist of anotheragency,
three public service calls, one
911 hangj-up, one report of il-
legal' dumping and nine home
security.checks.
Jackson County
Sheriff's Office
The Jackson County Sheriff's


Police I
Office and county fire/rescue
reported the following minci-
.. dents for Sept.
o =--F 19, the lat-
L est available
pg- ]ME report: One
drunk driver,
one accident,
one hospice death; two aban-
doned vehicles, four suspicious
vehicles, two suspicious inci-
dents, one suspicious person, ,
two arrests, one escort, one
report of mental illness, one
physical disturbance, one ver-
bal disturbance, one pedestrian
complaint, one prowler, two,
hazardous materials reports, 13
medical calls, one traffic crash
with entrapment, two brush
fires calls, two burglar alarms,
one panic alarm, 15 traffic


Rotimdup'
stops, three larceny complaints,
one trespass complaint, one
lost property report, two fol-
low-up investigations, two
animal complaints, one fraud
complaint, 32 property checks,
one assist of a motorist or pe-
destrian, one assist of another
agency, one K-9 deployment,
one welfare check, one trans-
port, and four threat/harass-
ment complaints.

Jackson County
Correctional Facility
The following people were
booked into the county jail dur-
ing the latest reporting periods:
)) Brandon Ducker, 30, 5240
Cliff St., Graceville, grand theft.
Janie Booth, 29, 6506


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Birch Way, Grand Ridge, child
nonsupport.
SKenny Saffold, 34, 5135
James St., Greenwood, non
child-supports
D Eric Curry, 36,2920 Mil-
ton Ave., Marianna, non
child-support.
) Nathan Williams, 23, 2654
Rowell Road, Marianna, posses-
sion of marijuana (less than 20
grams).
)) James Banks, 60, transient,
retail theft.

Jail Population: 209

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


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Youngs celebrate 50
years of marriage
The children of Thomas
"Tommy" and Virginia
Young will be hosting a
reception in honor of their
parents' 50th wedding
anniversary on ct. 6, at the
Citizens Lodge in Mari-
anna from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
TommyYoung is a native
of Cottondale, where
he graduatedfrom high
school in 1959. Virginia
McDanielYounggrewup ,
in Bascom and graduated
From Malone High School
in 1960. They met while
attending Chipola College
before Tommy went on to
pursue his education at
VloridaState University
with a degree in criminol-
ogy andVirginia at Troy
State University with a
degree in elementary
education. Virginia also
earned a master's degree
in educational leadership.
Tommy and Virginia
were married Oct. 12,
1963, in Kynesville. After.
working for one year,1
in Lake City with the
Department of Correc-
tions, Tommy washable to
transfer back to Marianna,
.. .. . .. . ....... .

50th Anniversary
Celebration
Fred and Melba Cook
'ofAshford, Ala., will be
celebrating their 50th,
wedding anniversary on
Oct. 5 at 2 p.m. at the First
Baptist Church in Bascom.
Their children, Bruce,
and Sheila Stitt of Cuba
and Darrell and Stepha-7
nie Cook of Dothan, Ala.,
Along with their grandchil-
dren, will be hostingthe
celebration.
Imitations arenot
S'being mailed locally but
all friends and family
are invited to attend this
Celebration of 50 years of
marriage.


where he and Virginia
established their home,
worked and raised their
three children. Tommy
Shad a 30-year career
with the Department of.
Corrections and retired
in 1993 as the regional
administrator of proba-.
Stion and parole, Vir-.
ginia worked with Florida
Public Utilities Co. during
..the first few years of their
marriage and began her,
teaching career at Marian-
na Middle School in 1976


when her youngest child
started going to school.
She worked at Marianna
Middle School for 31 years
before retiring in 2007. ,
They have been active
members of Trinity Bap-,
tist Church in Marianna
for more than 40 years.
They have three children
and seven grandchildren.
Their daughter Deb-
bie Young Patten lives.
in Tallahassee.with her
husband Kevin and their
two children, Brent and,


Brooke Patten. Iheir
oldest son, Steve Young,
lives in Marianna with his
-wife Connie and,their five
children, Michael,Mason,
Taylor, Sarah and Kate-
lyn. Their youngest son,
Stan Young, also lives in
Marianna.
Invitations are not be-'
ing sentlocally, but all of
their friends and'family
are invited to attend this
celebration of 50 years of
marriage.
No gifts, please.


Birthdays

Jayden A. Holmes of
Marianna recently cel-
ebrated his eighth birth-
day. His party was held at
Citizens Lodge. He cel-
ebrated his birthday with
friends and family. Jayden
is in second grade at.
Golson Elementary, and
is the son of Tony Holmes
and Sarieta Bryant.


Sarah Lynne turned 7
on Sept. 12. She is the
daughter of Melissa and
Eric Booth of Marianna
and Danny and Loretta
Weeks of Sneads.
She is the grand-
daughter of Theresa and
Don Johnson, Carl and
Carla Weeks, and Pamela
Weeks of Sneads. She is
Sthe grqat granddaugh-
ter of Luvirn and the
late Rev. Beryl Mihlfeld,
and the late Shirley and
Lloyd Williams, also of
Sneads. She has one
sister, Haylee, and seven
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step-siblings.
SShe celebrated with a
cowgirl-themed party
at Chuck E. Cheese with
friendsand family the
weekend after. ::
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Engagements

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Mr. and MNrs. Larm. Conon lyn Campbell and Lafayertte
of Tallahaksee, Florida, Iaandarid Joyce Allen,' all, of
Mr. and. Mrs. Ronnie Allen of Chattahoochee, Florida.
Grand Ridge, Florida, proudly The prospective groom is
announce the engagement and ,'the grandson of Jan Jarrett and
forthcoming marriage of their the late Ken Jarrett, and Gwen
daughter, Caitlin Maura Allen, Morgan and the late William
,to Trevor Morgan of Tallahas- 'Morgan, all-of Tallahassee.
'see. Trevor is the son of The couple will be joined in
'Janalbe Bell and the late Mack marriage October 5, 2013, at '
SMorganof Tallahassee. 3:00 PM, EDT, at Bradley's
The bride-to-be is the grand- Retreat in Tallahassee.
daughter 'of Murry and Mari- .


Melvin, Newman
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Danny and Julie Melvin of
Marianna announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Jordan Danielle Melvin, to
Jordan David Newman, son of
Chris Newman and Julie
Newman of Panama City
Beach.
The couple met at the Uni-
versity of West Florida where
Melvin wag a sister of Alpha
Chi Omega and Newman a
member of Kappa Alpha
Order.
The future bride is currently
student teaching and will be


graduating with ther Bachelor's
degree in Elementary Educa-
tion this upcoming December.
2013.
The future groom is current-
.ly attending Chipola College
and studying to be a Firefight-
er. Newman has recently
.received his EMT certifica-
tion.
The wedding will take place
on October 12,. 2013 at 4:00
p.m. (CST) and will be at the
Melvin Farm in Rocky Creek.
All family and. friends are
invited to attend.


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H having a child
should rank
H as one of the
highlights of a person's
life. Under normal
circumstances, seeing
a newborn child for the
first time can bring a joy
and excitement that's
not easy to duplicate.
Once the excitement has
subsided somewhat,.the
realization sets in that
this little person will
take parents into a new
realm of responsibility.
There are certain ,
subjects that need to be
mentioned from time to-
time, and having chil- "
dren is definitely one of
them. For some reason,
many people don't
seem to realize how
much of a responsi-
bility it will bring if a
child comes into their
lives. If an individual'.
is struggling to exist
themselves, wouldn't it :
make sense to simply
"think before you act?"
There's nothing
wrofigwith hav- :
ing emotions--all
humans do, but '.
when emotions lead a
person to disregard the
long range possibilities :
a self-fulfilling action
might bring, that's
another story. Maybe
if we think about how
serious it is to bring an
innocent child, with
no control over their
circumstances,, into
such an uncertain
world, it would make
us more careful with
our decisions. It would
seem reasonable for
two people who really
love one another to'
look at their relation-
ship from all angles
and give serious atten-
tion to possibly having
children.
When we think about


the number of single '1 g G o .
narentswho are in the subt, ded.te ^, f"K . ,':y':


_--- nor love,,
IThomas might have
Vincent a great
Murphy deal to
*'.*' do with
many of ur world's
situations, when it





comes to our children.
However, some of the
most talented, success-.
f iell h-rounded and
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lust,-. ,
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happy peopmightle have been
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agents A large amountof
clothes to our. children were. very
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most~talented,'success-,
,.ful, well-rounded and
happy people havebeen.
raised by single par- .
ents,:A large amount o~f,
these children were very.
Fortunateto'beraise/t/
by a responsible, caring
individual, or to be born

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Our Opinion


The future of


the Russ House
It's somewhat sad to see Marianna's iconic Russ
House, the stately mansion that housed the Jackson
County Chamber of Commerce and, currently, the
Jackson County Tourist Development Council, with a
for sale sign out. The antebellum structure is perhaps
the most stunning example of period architecture in
the city. -..
That's why we believe the TDC is on the right track
with its recommendation that the county purchase the
building from the Chamber'for $195,000, which seems
to be a fair price.
It would be shameful to let thq. Russ House leave
public hands, and transferring ownership to the county
government seems like a logical move. While the ,
proposal includes a provision of five rent-free years
for the Chamber, perhaps that's negotiable, as a lease
arrangement for entities using the building would best
serve the Jackson County public. Continuing to 'offer
* the space for rent to the public for special events would
be a wise move as well, and could help offset the cost of
maintaining the building.
TDC representatives are scheduled to make a pitch.
* to county commissioners on Tuesday. We urge com-
missioners to give the proposal serious consideration.
There's a solution there somewhere that would satisfy
all parties.

Contact your representatives

Florida Legislature
BState Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 5
District Office:
Administration Building, Roomi 186
Chipola College.
3094 Indian Circle
Marianna, FL 32446-171)
Coley 850-718-0047 '
www.MyFlorida-House.gov '

SState Sen. Don Gaetz, R-District 1
fig.lK 'District Office:. .'
.4300 Legendary Drive
Suite 230 ',
'Destin, FL32541 : '
850-897-5747 ... '
Gaet 866-450-4366 (toll free)'
.www.FLSenate.gov.

. r' q" q U.S.' Congress ...' '
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B U.S. Rep. Steve Southerland II, R-2
1229 Longworth House Office Building
^Washington, DC20515.
,.,202-225-5235 ,.
@Rep,.Southerland :
www.Southerland.House.gov ,
Southerland
S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla.
716,Hart Senate Office Building
r.Washington, DC 20510
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www.BillNelson.Senate.gov.' ,;
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: US. SentMarco Rubio, R-Fla.
317 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510 .
S202-224-3041"
@Marc6Rubio .
S www.Rubio.Senate.gov
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HOWA Ilt I ECO/IES A LAW TODAY..
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Bullies who drove girl to suicide will feel pain, too


BY DANIEL RUTH
Tampa Bay Times

If William Golding were writing
his classic dystopian novel "Lord
of the Flies" today, itmight well
be titled "Lord of the Mousepad."
For as we've learned from the sui-
.cide of Lakeland preteen Rebecca
Ann Sedwick, who succumbed to
the relentless onslaught of on-
line bullying, indifferent children,
armed with keyboards and fueled
by imnmaturity can inflict deadly,
cyber cruelty. .
As many as 15 girls were at
least aware of the abuse Sedwick
endured beginning in November,
when the 12-year-old was enrolled
at Crystal Lake Middle School. First
it was physical. Then the bullying
went cyber..
SA change of schools didn't help.
Neither did a brief effort at home-
schooling. After all, the Internet
knows no bounds. Neither does the
pack mentalityof fickle little girls
Son the hunt for vulnerable prey.
It was a steady stream of vitriol


aimed at Sedwick over her cell-
phone, and other online social
media platforms. "You should die."
"Why don't you go kill yourself." :
Earlier this month, 9 beautiful
young girl with a life full of promise
did just that. Sedwick, who had.
changed one of her screen names
to "That DeadGirl," climbed to the
top of atower at an abandoned ce-
meit plant and jumped.
It is perfectly understandable in
the wake of such a heart-wrenching>
tragedy that Sedwick's grief-strick-
en mother, Tricia Norman, would
beat herself up over not fully seeing
the signs of her daughter's distress
and doing something to prevent
her death. Understandable, yes: But
unfairly misplaced, too.
Norman had indeed monitored
some of her daughter's social media
interactions. But she couldn't cap-
ture them all. In the often-opaque
world of preteen and adolescent
life, there are a multitude of social
media platforms that most adults
(read: parents) don't know about.


How Obama can unwrap his
,- . . ^ -. _% ,2::, .-' ,
|hirty years ago, Democratic __ __ _
Rep. Patricia Schroeder of
Colorado said President :i
Ronald Reagan had perfected the
"Teflon-coated presidency."
Reagan could shed scandal the
way Teflon allows eggs to slide from
a frying pan, she griped. ,
It was a great linebut a bit ofa 'MarshaMercer
stretch. Reagan wasn't as popular in ". .
office as"all that. He became a con- 'no matter what they did. lust la
servative icon only in retirement. Monday, when a gunman killed
Oncein a period of high unem- 12 people at the Washington N<
ployment in 1983,,Wis jb approval Yard, Obama went forward widt
ratingdropped to 35 percent. ,iI speech criticizing Republicans
But he bounced back. Reagan's,: -; the economy.
genial manner'cbnnected with The extent of the carnage was
voters even when corruption known when Obama, at the Ol
and other misdeeds afflicted his Executive Office Building, said,
administration. At this point in are confronting yet another ma
Reagan's second term September. shooting.".
1985-60 percent of Americans Republicans blasted the presi
approved of the job he was doing, as callous, but had he scrapped
according to a Gallup poll. planned remarks and focused c
Sixty percent is hardly stellar,/ say, tougher gun control measu
'but it would be a welcome gain for he would have been accused pf
President Barack Obama, whose. using the massacre'for political
job approval rating hovers around advantage. He can't win.
45 percent, roughly the same as his Reagan never had to worry at
predecessor, GeorgeW. Bush, in the opponents wielding lightning-
firpt September of his second term. fast tweets. Even before Obama
Reagan may have had a Teflon was criticized &r keeping to his
coat, but later presidents have schedule during a tragedy, critic
seemed wrapped inVelcro. In. raked him over the blogosphenr
these hyper-partisan times, both his handling of Syria. Before thi
Obama and Bush have faced blame opponents eviscerated him for


T~~~ I h "pi
Thanks
On Tuesday, Sept. 17,
I was driving my pickup
truck south through Cot-
tondale hauling a 4-ton
load ona trailer. I had
an engine issue and was
stranded on the side of
the road, at about 4:30
p.m. I quickly found that
the issue could not be
resolved by anyone in
Cottondale.
I made several calls to
businesses in Marianna
in hope to find someone
that could help. Two
phone calls, and two ref-
erences to Ray's Garage.
I called and spoke to Ray.
I explained my situation,
told him what I needed
and that I was from out o
town and really needed
help. He said he would
call see what he could do
and call me back.
He did. Several times.


Polk County Sheriff GradyJudd
has hinted his office might pursue
stalling charges against some of
the 15 minor girls who engaged
in the cyber assault on Sedwick or
knew of the abuse and did nothing
to stop it.
Perhaps Judd might be successful.
But what the sheriff already must
knbw is that the law in the area of
cyberbullying is at best murky.
That's not to say a modicum of
justice can't be found in the death ,.
of Sedwick. .
Regardless of what does or "
doesn'thappen in court, the 15
girls who played any role in the ;
cyber persecution of Rebecca ,
Sedwickwill have to live the rest of-
thei lives with her death on the-ir.;
consciences ;
And they will learn that'memory
can be the most unforgiving bully
of them all. ;

* Contact Daniel Ruth at druth@tampabay.com. ':. '
SDistributed by Scripps Howard News Service. '
www.shns.com... '. ..


Velcro presidency',
. ... ( L ' ' '' i ':'" *'": '
I health care plan. It stops insurance
*companies from discrirminatin' g
against people with pre-existing
Conditions and helps millions of
Americans get affordable health
Insurance, but most people don't
know that.
.Obama seems to think that
Americans are reasonable people
Sand will see the advantages of his ;
st plan. He has never yet used the
S most power piece of real estate he
ivy controls the Oval Office for a
ia televised address to the nation on
on health care. Why not? .
It's hard to imagine Great Comn-
ri't municator Reagan missing that
Opportunity. Reagan set the record
"We. for televised Oval Office addresses,
ss speaking to the nation from the big
desk 34 times.


dent
[hiS\
o)ri,
ires,


iout.
ti
S'
cs '
e for
it,
his


My guess is Obama may yet resort
to another Oval'Office speech, but
his delay has costrimn. He gets
zero credit for slowing the rate of
health care cost inflation and all the
blame for businesses' deciding to
stop providing health insurance to
employees.
Obama doesn't have a Teflon
presidency, and it will take more
than tweets to unwrap his Velcro
coat. The Oval Office is waiting.
Marsha Mercer writes from Washington. You
may contact her at marsha.mercer@yahoo.com.
2013 Marsha Mercer. All rights reserved.


Letter to the Editor.

and praise fo Ry's Garage
He contacted me to' called and told that my'. It was incredibly refresh-
inform that he could get ride to the garage was ,, ing to see such honest
only one of the two parts' on the way to pick me people. They treated me
Locally, but could have up, and that my vehicle just like customers used
that part by 10 a.m. on was repaired. Promptly, :to get treated in days
Wednesday. I told him a truck arrived and I was gone by. They actually
that I was stranded beside taken back to Ray's. Then, treated me as if I were the
the road, with a trailer I got my.bill. I was wor- reason they were in buisi-
behind my truck and had ried that a guy from out ness. They could have
nowhere to go. He told of town, stranded, could easily charged me much
me notto worry, that he be taken advantage of. I more, but they made the
was "on the way." braced myself for what choice to do the right
About 15 minutes later, may be coming, a pos- thing. In today's world, I
Ray's son Rusty showed sibly over-inflated would offer my opinion
up with a wrecker large: charge. That was not that Ray is a man of the
enough to tow my truck the case. I was charged highest integrity. He runs
and my trailer. He quickly fairly and reasonably, his business with ethics
hQoked everything up especially considering and respect. He treated
and towed me back to his everyone dropped what a stranded stranger with
place, Ray's Garage. they were doing to make much respect and care.
Rusty then had one of sure I was taken care of My hat is off to Ray, his
f his employees take me at everystep. Ray even family and employees.
Sto the hotel. He even came into the office to They are a top-notch
offered to help me with make some suggestions group of people. Marian-
my luggage! At about 1 on maintenance that I na is lucky to have them.
a.m'. on Wednesday, just might consider when I TONY MATHIS
as I was promised, I was got home. Orange Park


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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN + www.jcfloridan.com


Japan's golden-age


crime wave and


U.S. pensions


any of Japan's el-
derly population
cannot make
ends meet and have
turned to shoplifting
to support themselves.
Prisons are trying to keep
pace with growing senior
inmate needs by install-
ing handrails, ramps and
medical equipment.
"Senior citizens shoplift
lunch boxes and bread
out of poverty," said
Yusuke Ishikawa in a
Bloomberg article en-
titled "Silver Shoplifters
Steal Bowls of Rice as Abe
Cuts Welfare."... The cur-
rent trend is probably go-
ing to continue because
the overall population is
aging rapidly."
According to the CIA
World Fact Book, Japan's
median age is 45.8. By
comparison, the me-"
dian age inthe U.S. is 37.
Population demograph-
ics influence a nation's
ability to stay solvent
financially. Why? When
a country like Japan has
a significant portion of
its population drawing-
the U.S. version of Social
Security and Medicare,
it places tremendous
financial burden on gov-
ernment coffers.
"Japan's social welfare
spending rose to a record
103 trillion yen ($1.02
trillion) in the~year ended
March 2011, about 22
percent of gross domes-
tic product, according
tf, the National Institute
of Population and Social
Security Research...
Pensions cost about 52
trillion yen, or more than
half of the total spending.
Medical costs were 32
trillion yen."
"The current level of
pensions'is unsustain-


able, the payments have
to be reduced," said
*(Koichi)
HajiatNLl
Research.
"Elderly
people are
gradually
Margaret digging
McDowell into their
r savings,
and the
rate at which they dig
into those savings will
accelerate."
Sounds familiar, doesn't
it? The unsustainability
of some public pensions
has contributed to disas-
trous financial downfalls
in municipalities like San
Diego, Stockton, Calif.,
and Detroit. Chicago is
currently waging a fierce
economic fight over cut-
ting back pensions for
public employees.
Prime Minister Shinzo
Abe supports changing
the pension age from
60 to 65 over the next 12
years. Abe is also hoping
that Japan's economy will
support a nationwide
sales' tax increase. Japan's
"fiscal 2013 budget calls
for a 67 billion yen reduc-
tion in welfare public
assistance over about
three years, starting (last
month)," according to
Bloomberg.
While I have no crystal
ball, my guess is that
the U.S. Social Security
structure will remain in-
tact until the Baby Boom-
ers give way to Gen-
erationY, owing to our
political clout and other
factors. But if we are
to reduce the debt and
balance the budget here
in the U,S., changes in
Social Security, Medicare
SeeMCDOWELL, Page 8A


BUSINESS OF THE


MONTH


UBMII ILL TPIUlP
" A Tatson's Medequip Store was the
U\ Senior Fellowship Association's
WV VBusiness of the Month. Scott Fos-

sum (center) had a nice display of equip-
ment available at the store. They no longer
sell hearing aids. He gave two door prizes
- a cane and an Outdoor Dowe bracelet to
Nell Holley and Pat Muncy.


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,2013 5AF


r ,, ; r r SUBMITTEDPHOTO
The BCF Guitar Ensemble performed during the college's recent honor's recital "

BCFhonors music students present recital
Special to the Floridn a compelling piano per- Own" fromLes Miserables; The, evening concluded
formance of a piece titled 'and Gary Medjock, who with the polished flut-
The Music and Worship "Les collins d'Anacapri" performed "Moses" writ- ist Anna Marie Tysinger,
Division at The Baptist by Claude Debussy.' ', ten by Ken Medema. who performed "Baroque
College of Florida (BCF) in Several extremely tal- Gifted BCF instrumental and Blue" accompanied
Graceville recently opened ented upper-level BCF vo, students were showcased by Diane Joiner on piano,
the doors of the R.G. Lee cal students were featured including Maxie Boles, Colo Richards on bass, and
Chapel for a special Hon- including Terry Mills, who who performed ".'Allegro Spencer Higgins playing
or's Recital featuring upper performed "Devotion" Deciso"' by Edward Greg- percussion. Accompanist
level music students. The by Johh Ness Beck; Lu-' son on the tuba; Matthew for the vocal pieces and
impressive night of mu- cas Lott, who performed Brian, 'who performed instrumental selections
sic featured students per- "Stars" from Les Misera- "Estilian Caprice" by Gene included BCF Professor
forming difficult musical' bles; Thomas Brown, who Paul on the saxophone; Buford Cox and Joiner on
compositions indicative of' performed, an original and the BCF Guitar En- the piano.
the outstanding academic song titled "Searching"; semble, consisting of Pro- For" more informa-
excellence found at BCE Donovan Higgins, who fessor Jonathan Erp, Bran- .tion on upcoming Mu-
The event began with performed "The Lord is My don Mejias, Nick McCarty sic and Worship Division
Joshua Adams singing and Shepherd" by Peter, Tchai- and Kevin Greene, which events scheduled for the
playing the piano for a kovsky; Ryan Gant, who performing a delightfully fall 2013 semester, call at
self-composed song titled performed "Lonely House" enjoyable guitar arrange- 800-328-2660, ext,. 427,
"Who We Deserve." Anna by Kurt.Weill; Rachel But- ment of "The Entertainer" or visit the website at
Holmes followed him with ler, who performed"OnMy by Scott Joplin. www.baptistcollege.edu.


1.i8MfIF DPHC'7'J
The Baptist College of Florida hosted a library professionals workshop.l Shown are some of the participants.

BCF hosts .ibrary workshop I,.i.
... IP hili


Special to the RForidan
The Baptist College of
Florida (BCF) in Graceville
recently hosted the sec-
ond library Professional
Development 'Workshop
which is part of a series
of three workshops held
throughout the state of
Florida. The workshop
convened simultaneously
with four other regions
of Florida as part of' the
program made available
through the Florida Asso-
ciation of Museums. Par-
ticipants of the workshops
typically work in or with
museums, archives, librar-
ies and other special col-


lective venues. The pur-
pose of the workshop was
to strengthen collection
leadership skills, reinforce
collection management
techniques, discuss poli-
cies and procedures, con-
sider actionable plans to
preserve collections, draw
attention to the impor-
tance of collection pres-
ervation among officials
and to develop a network
of, trusted colleagues to
call on for collection care.
Focused workshop topics
included Collection Main-
tenance and Care, Docu-
mentation, Access and
Use, and Risk Manage-
ment'and Insurance.


Workshop participants
included: Dean. DeBolt,
university librarian, spe-
cial collections. & West
Florida archives, ,Univer-
sity of West Florida; Shelby
Smith, collections man-
ager, Florida Legislative
Research Center;. Tiffany
Baker, director, Florida.
Legislative Research Cen-
ter; Lynne Robertson,
chief curator,.West Florida
Historic Preservation; Lin-
da Deaton, chief curator at
the Tallahassee Museum;
John E. Shaffett, director of
library services, The, Bap-
tist College of Florida; and
Burt Altman, librarian/ar-
chivist, Division of Special
Collections and Archives,
, Florida State University.


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FplantsghLL aceOME & GARDENing success

Right plants, right place equal gardening success


BY-ROB TRAWICK
Jackson County Extension
Horticulturist
G ardeners are often
advised that the
key to gardening
success is planting the
right plant in the right
place.
Although this sounds
relatively simple, a lot g6,es
into the decision of what
plants should be used'
and where they should be.
planted in the landscape.
In particular, a gardener
must.focus on what char-
acteristics the plants he or
she selects need to have in
order to satisfy the needs
and taste of the gardener
and allow the plants to
thrive in the growing con-.
ditions provided.
Most gardeners are not
S walking around with a
plant encyclopedia in
'their minds. It is virtually
impossible for the aver-
Sage person to look at a,
situation and rattle off a
selection of appropriate
plants. Yet, when plan,.
ning a landscape project,
gardeners often try to
come up with names of
the specific plants they
will use early on in the
planning process.
This way of thinking is
typical of a question I amr
frequently asked. In all
earnestness someone will
ask me to recommend a -
good shade tree. Theques-
tion can't be answered
without; more information
on what the person needs
the tree to be and do.
Trying to do it any other
way would be like walk- ,
ing into a shoe store and
asking the salesperson for
a good pair of shoes. With-.
out knowing the size, what
Syouwill be doing in them,
your taste, yourbudget
and a variety of other fac-'
tors, the shoe salesperson,
won't be able to help you.
Rather than immedi-


lately trying to think of a
specific plant, you-must
think of the characteristics
the plant needs to have
and then find the plant
that most closely marches
those characteristics and
will thrive in the growing
conditions where it will be
planted.
Wandering around a
nursery waiting for inspi- ;
ration to strike also can be
risk)' particularly if you
don't already have a clear
idea of the characteristics


you need plants to pos-
sess. Plants sometimes are
selected because they are
on sale or less expensive
or because of some other
momentary attraction.
Many times these plants
may ultimately grow too
large, need more or less
sun than the location pro-
vides or have some other
major flaw.
For example, let's go
back to the shade tree
question. Average shade
trees range in size from


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35 feet to 66 feet. That's
quite a range, so a deci-
sion needs to be made
early on about the size
that would fit best in the
landscape. Indeed, if the
tree is to shade a small
patio, a smaller tree 15-25
feet tall would be more
appropriate.
You also need to think"
about whether the tree
should be evergreen or
deciduous (lose its leaves
in the winter). Should it
grow more upright or is


a spreading habit more
desirable? Is the gardener.
interested in any special
characteristics such as
color from flowers, fruit
or colorful fall foliage? Is
interesting bark a plus?
How about fragrance or
the production of food
for wildlife,'such as.birds?
What about the growing
conditions? Is the spot
where it will be planted
well drained or wet? And
don't forget that the tree
must be well adapted to
our area.
To continue with the
tree example, you need
to make. a detailed list of
the characteristics the tree
should have and then go
to the nursery or contact
a horticulturist forhelp in
selecting the tree that best
fits your description.
You will find this so '
much easier. Instead of
having to make your deci-
sion looking at all the dif-
ferent trees available, your
choice can be made from
the two or three trees that
specifically fit your needs
and the growing condi-
tions. Sometimes, when
the dust settles, there is
only one tree that best
measures up to the list,
and the decision is made.
It is much more mean-
ingful to provide specifics
when asking for a reconm-
mendation: For example,
asking, "What is a good
shade tree that grows to 40
feet, is deciduous, pro-
Sduces attractive flowers or
fruit and is well adapted to
our area," will yield a use-
ful answer: A red maple
(Acerrubrum) would fit -
that description of desired
characteristics. '
This decision-making
process may (arid gener-
ally should) be used when
deciding about any types
of plants to use in your
landscape. When select-
ing shrubs, ground covers,


flowering annuals or pe-
rennials or lawns, you will
find this a very useful tool
that will help you avoid
mistakes that are almost
always difficult to correct.
This does not mean
spur-of-the-moment
purchases of plants you
"just have to have" should
never be done. I can't tell
you how many times I've
bought a plant and then
wandered around my
landscape trying to find
somewhere appropriate to
plant it. This is part of the
fun of gardening. I would
never, however, choose a
tree or shrubs or ground
cover for a major planting
that way.
Remember'that the
period from November
throfigh Februhry is.the
absolute best planting
season for hardy trees,
shrubs, ground covers and:
perennials in our area,
so this is a great time for
landscaping projects.
Books on plant materi-
als that can help you are
- available at your local
bookstores. Make sure
you choose books written
for our unique climate.
Look for words in the title
such as "north Florida,"
"South," "Southern."
"Deep South" or "Coastal
South?,"
As always, if you have
any questions, then Uni-
versity of Florida-IFAS
Jackson County Ex\ten-
sion Service is here to
serve you. We are located
at 2741 Pennsylvania.
Avenue in Marianna and
our hours are 7:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Our phone number
is-850-482-9620. Addi-
'tionally, there is a wealth
of information available
right at your fingertips 24
hours a day seven days a
week on our website. Just
point' your browser to:
-http://jackson.ifas.ufl.edu.


Lawn care slowing down, but don t forget the .tu.rf
winetnt for, et t-he,`ff,


BY ROBTRAW.ICK
Ja'c, akson County ExtFension
Horticullurst
L awn care definitely.
changes as the

.l weather begins to-,.
cool, and aswe move
from late September and
into October the growth:.
Sof warm-season grasses
like St. Augustine. centi-
pede, bermuda and zoysia
begins to slow down.
SAs a result, now is not a
good time to do anything
that would disrupt or
damage the turf- such
as filling, aerification or
dethatching. Although we
: won't have to mow as of-
ten, continue to mowreg-
Ularly to maintain proper
height and make sure your
mower blade is still sharp..
A dull blade tends to tear
the turf whereas a sharp
blade will cut it.
By mid- to late Novem-.
.ber or December, most
warm-season grasses
Swill be at leastpartially
or completely dormant
-although St. Augustine
may not go completely
dormant during mild
north Florida winters. This
dormancy is important
in their ability to survive
potentially severe freezes
during winter. -
Applying any fertilizers
containing nitrogen (the
first number in the three
numbers that appear on
the package, such as 27-
3-3) now would stimulate
lush fall growth and make
the grass more susceptible
to cold injurythis winter.
In the case of St. Augus-
tine and centipede, it also


'-wouldmake thegrass
more susceptible to attack
from the fungus disease,
formerly known as brown
patch but now referred to
,as large patch, during mild
fall weather.
Although you don't want
to use nitrogen-contain-
ing fertilizers, lawns may,
however, be fertilized with
winterizers that contain a
high percentage of potas-
sium at this time. The first
number in .the analysis of
these fertilizers, which rep-
resents the percentage of
nitrogen, should be zero.
The third number, which
is the percentage of potash
in the fertilizer, should be
the highest as in 0-0-20
for instance.
You may see winterizers
available with substantial
amounts of nitrogen in
them. Do not purchase
and use these. They are
hnot suitable for our area.
Of course, unless your
soil is very low in potas-
sium, the use ofwinter-
izers generally is optional


anyway.
Weed control is another
thing you may want to get
a jump on this'time of year.
Cool-season weeds can
be a nuisance in lawns. In
most cases, mowing a few
times during the winter
and early spring tends'to
keep many weeds under
control without the use of
herbicides.
But those of you more
particular about the way
the lawn looks'- or if you
have had especially bad
weed problems in past
winter and spring seasons,
- now is the time to start
control efforts. The appli-
cation ofapre-emergent,
herbicide (weed preventer)
around mid-October will
kill the germinating weed
seeds before they come up.
These herbicides prevent


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weed growth for several
months and usually last
through spring. Jist
remember that you do not
want to apply apre-emer-
gent herbicide if you plan
to over-seed your lawn
with rye.
SLawn weed killers may
be sprayed on the lawn
to control late-summer
broadleaf weeds actively
growing in the lawn now.
There are many suitable.
formulations available
which kill a wide range
of weeds with a single
product. Read the label
directions carefully and
make sure that,the product
you choose is appropriate
to use, on the type of lawn
. grass you have. Addi-'
tionally, as it's too late to
fertilize, the use of weed-
and-feed herbicide and


fertilizer combinations is
not recommended.
Insect and disease
problems also occur to ,
lawns this time of year.
Large patch is the disease
most common later as the
weather cools, especially
on St. Augustine. This fun-
gus generally is most ac-
tive in QOctober, November
and even early December
in north Florida, especially
during rainy periods.
Areas of grass affected by
large patch can have a yel-
lowish or orange cast that
then turns tan or brown.
Spread can be rapid. For-
tunately, the grass often :
recovers in the spring, but
in severe cases the disease
also can kill the grass. If
you decide to treat, fun-
gicides labeled to control
lawn diseases are available
at your local nursery.
Rye can be used to
over-seed existing lawns
in October or November
to extend the green color
of the lawn through the
winter. Remember that
this also extends your lawn
mowing. Annual rye or
perennial rye are avail -
able, as well as blends
containing perennial -


rye with bluegrasses'and
fescuijes. Annual rye is
most commordnly available
and is suitable for most
situations. Perennial rye
and blends produce the
higher-quality turf, but the
seed is more expensive.
Both types die when the
weather gets hot and must
. be replanted every year.
As the weather cools
down and we don't have to
mow so often, we will all
be happy, But don't let that
change prevent you from
paying attention to other
things that your lawn may
need over the next few
months.
As always, if youhave
any questions, the Uni-
versity of Florida-IFAS
Jackson County Extension
Service is here to serve
you. We are located at 2741
'Pennsylvania Avenue in
Marianna andour hours
are 7:30 am. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday
and our phone number is
850-482-9620. Addition-'
ally, there is a wealth of
information at your finger-
tips available 24 hours a
day seven days a week on
our website athttp://jack-
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September is perfect time for vegetable garden


BY ROB TRAWICK
Jackson County Extension
Horticulturist

here's something
particularly satisfy-
ing about putting
quality, nutritious food on
the table as a direct result
of your gardening efforts,
arid September is a transi-
tional time in the veg-
etable garden that some
gardeners often forget.
While heat-tolerant
vegetables like cole crops
could have been planted
earlier in August, the
planting of cool-season
vegetables can begin in
earnest now. And since
our first frost generally
doesn't arrive until late
November or early De-
cember, we also can plant
warm-season vegetables
like tomatoes and cucum-
bers for fall production.
Additionally you will
definitely want to prepare
beds properly before
planting this next set of
crops. To do that, clear'
the site of all weeds or
finished vegetable plants.
Turn the soil with a shovel,
fork or tiller to a depth
Of at least 8 inches, and
spread a 2-inch to 4-inch
layer of organic matter
(leaves, grass clippings,
aged manure or com-
post can be used) over
the tilled soil. This helps
to maintain a high level
of organic matter in the'
soil, which encourages a
strong, healthy root sys-,
tern, improves drainage,
retains moisture, provides.
nutrients and promotes
vigorous plant growth.
Fertilizer can be sprin-
kled on top of the organic
Smatter. Apply an all-pur-
pose fertilizer following


package directions for
rates.
SIn addition, gardeners
should consider having
their soil tested through
their county University of
Florida/ IFAS Extension
Office to learn more about
the fertility of the soil as
well as what fertilizer to
use. A soil test also will
tell you if you need to add
lime to the soil to raise the
pH of your gardening soil...
Back to preparing the'
beds, mix the organic mat-
.ter and fertilizer thor-
oughly into the soil. Turn
the soil by digging with a


shovel, garden fork or a
tiller until the materials
you've added are evenly
distributed in the soil. If
you are not gardening in
raised beds, form the soil
into raised rows about
8 inches high and 2 feet
wide, with narrow walk-
ways between them. If you
are gardening in contain,
ers, use a quality potting
mix and fertilize with bal-'
anced soluble or slow-re-
lease fertilizers according
to labeldirections.
By this time of year,
insects and diseases have
had all summer to build


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up their populations, and
insects such as whiteflies,
stinkbugs, aphids and
caterpillars are commonly
seen. Since insect and
disease pressure often is
greater in the late sum-
mer/early fall than in
the spring, watch plantsI
carefully for problems and
use appropriate control
measures promptly when
needed. ,
Now is the time to plant
tomato and bell pep-
per transplants for fall
production.
.If your pepper plants
from the spring are still in


reasonably good shape,, ,
they often will produce'
an excellent fall crop once
the weather begins to cool
down. (This also goes for
eggplants.) Keep them
wvell fertilized and pro-
tected from insects and
diseases.
On the other hand,
spring-planted tomatoes.
rarely survive the summer
in decent shape, and new
transplants generally are
used for the fall crop. Plant
several varieties and see
which you'like best. There
are many to try so have
some fun with it.
Fall snap beans often
produce better than those
,planted in spring. This
is because temperatures
begin to fall as snap beans,
come into production,.
While in the spring the
weather gets increas-
ingly hotter asthe beans
produce their crop. Snap
beans are one of the easi-
est and most reliable veg-
etables'and are especially
appropriate for children's
gardens. Wait until early
September in the pan--,
handle and big bend area
of North Florida to plant
snap beans, so they will
come into bloom after the
weather has begun to turn
cooler, and choose bush
types. Bush lima beans
also maybe planted.
SCole crops to be planted
from seeds or transplants
include cabbage, broccoli,'
cauliflower, kohlrabi, kale, -
rape and collards. Cole.is'
the Old English word for
cabbage, and these days
it is used to refer to this
group of closely related
vegetables. (We still use
the word when we call
cabbage salad coleslaw).
Broccoli is one of the


best and easiest to grow
of the group. Transplants
may be planted now
through early October.
SSeeds can be planted now
through the middle of the
third week of Septem-
ber and those may be
planted into pots or flats
and transplanted into,the
garden, or they can be
direct seeded into the gar-
den where they will grow.-.
Plant transplants 12-18
inches apart into well-
prepared beds. The closer
spacing will produce :
smaller heads but more
total production.
Here's a list of the
vegetables that can be,..
planted into the gar-
den this month: Plant
'transplants of tomatoes,
Peppers, broccoli, cauli-
flower and'cabbage, Plant
seeds of broccoli, brussel
sprouts, cabbage, Chinese
cabbage, cauliflower,
collards, cucumbers;:
.kohlrabi, lettuce, mustard,
turnips, squash, bush lima
beans, bush snap beans
and Swiss chard. Plant sets
(small bulbs) of shallots
and bunching onions. You
can also plant small whole
Irish potatoes saved from
Spring crop.
The University of Flor-
ida-IFAS lackson County
Extension Service is here
to serve you. Our office
is open Monday through
Friday from 7:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. and is located at
2741 Pennsylvania Avenue
in Marianna. Addition-
ally we can be reached by
phoneat 850-482-9620.
You can also find a wealth*
of information available
at your fingertips 24 hours
a day, seven days a week
on our website located at
http://jackson.ifas.ufl.edu.


Plant sprin-flowering bulbs during
BY ROB TRAWICK - don't plant bulbs quite as The following are some st
Jackson County Extension deep as standard recom- Obf the spring bulbs that p(
Horticulturist "mendations. Smaller bulbs' tend to be reliably long- hN
N Toumay wonderwhy are planted about 1or2 lived in north Florida and I-
I'm talking about i inches deep while larger. should bloom for several. -
.L springflowering bulbs are planted about 5 years at least: Narcissus
bulbs here when we are inches deep. Dig individu- cultivars such as paper-
just starting to tip-toe into al holes the proper depth, whites, Chinese Sacred
fall, but with most things or excavate out, the areato Lily, Soleil d'Or, Grand
in horticulture, there is a be planted, to the recom- Primo, Cheerfulness, jon-
method to the madness. .' mended depth and plant quils, Sweemtness, Trevethi-
While we have become .', .- ',- all of the bulbs at once. ani, Peeping Tom, February
accustomed tohaving the J. a"r 'e '- ' Once thebulbsareinthe Gold, Thalia, Ice Wmings,
luxury of running out to BobTrawick ground, you can plant over Petrel and larger flowered,.
thelocal garden center I Choose your selections them with low growing daffodil cultivars such as
and buying flats or pots of wisely as the flowers of cool season annuals. such Ie Follies, Urnsurpassable;
bloomingbeddingplants many bulbs do not last an as alyssum, violas, lobelia Carlton and Fortune.
to create "instant gardens." especially long time. For, or pansies. Be careful not Other reliable rebloom-
this last-minute approach example, while a tulip is a to disturb the bulbs. The ing bulbs include snow-
simply does not and will great bulb adand an extreme- annuals cover the bare soil flake ( Leucojum aesdvum
notworkwhen spring-'. ly attractive flower, it pro-,, and provide color before, ), some flowering onions
floweringbulbs are some- duces one flower that lasts during and after the bulbs (Alliumn neapolitanum, n
thingyoudesire inyoWur about seven to ten days bloom. N-lake sure the Allium drummondiii,
landscape. So procrastina- and then just like that, it's bulbs willproduce blooms ground orchid (Bletilla
tors, beware. If you want. done. Ranunculus on the that are taller than the : '
beautiful beds of daffodils, other'hand, can bloom -, 'annuals, and make sure
tulips or Dutch, irises next over a four- to six-week the colors of the annual
spring, nowis the time to' period. One thing you can flowers contrast with or '
act, not next spring when expect across the board, compliment the flowers AJ
you see everyone else's however, is the price'you of the bulbs in a pleasant ,.'
blooming. pay for color from bulbs way.. :;
If we were to put a is going to be higher than Although the proper
definition on spring-flow- for longer-flowering cool- time to plant most bulbs
eringbulbs, generallywe season bedding plants like is October and Novem-
are talking about those pansies-and dianthus. If ber, there are a couple of :
,that bloom here in north the budget for your garden notable exceptions. Tulips-,
Florida between Febru- is limited, use spring bulbs and hyacinths will per- 'Y
aryandApril.You may more for embellishment form much better if they '
see information dividing and let your cool season are refrigerated at least,
these bulbs into categories bedding plants provide the six weeks in the vegetables
based on when they bloom primaryfloral display bin of your refrigerator .
in the spring- such as A nice display of spring prior to planting (storing
very early, early, mid-sea- flowering bulbs begins longer than six weeks is
son, late and very late. If where and how they are better) starting now. Store.':
you use this information ,, planted. Good drainage, them in paper ornet bags
to your advantage then part to full sun and mod- (well labeled.) The paper
you can choose'different erately fertile soil are all or net allows excellent air
types of bulbs that fall into that are needed for bulbs -circulation that in turn will
more than one of these to do well. The average decrease rot. You will want '
categories and this.will landscape bed generally, to make sure to avoid stor-
help you achieve,flowers in provides adequate drain- ing them near apples and
your garden over a longer age, but avoid low spots other fruit as these fruit B a inulto
period during the season, that tend to stay moist as produce a plant hormone *en rgis
When buying bulbs, try this will cause bulbs to called ethylene that can
to purchase-the highest rot in a hurry You know severely alter everything
quality your budget will how wet our late winter from the time a bulb The h hr th R al
allow. The qualityof the to earlyspringperiod can will bloom to shape and "The higher the R-valuc
bulb you plant correlates be. If drainage is in doubt, survival. Plant them in late resist heat flow -- the
directly to the quality of plant in raised beds. If you December or early January
the blooms. Selecting choose a spotwhere there. when the soil has had a cellulose or spray foan
loose bulbs at a local gar- is some shade from the chance to get cold.
den center is like choosing afternoon sun, the flowers Many of the spring bulbs save on energy costs.
produce at the super- may last a little longer, available locally or in
market. Pick the largest, especially if the spring catalogs will only bloom
plumpest bulbs that are weather turns warm. reliably for us their first Wes
firm with no obvious cuts, It is important to plant year. Some of the favor-
soft spots or rot. If you are bulbs at the proper depth, ites include: tulip, grape A Toud
ordering from a catalog, do A rule of thumb is to plant hyacinth, crocus, hyacinth,
it as soon as possible and bulbs at a depth equal to ranunculus, anemone,
generally choose the larger twice their height. This scilla, freesia, ixia, sparaxis w.
sizes when offered, far south we generally and ornithogalum.


the coo months


riata), amaryllis (Hip-
eastrum species gand
ybrids), Spanish bluebells
vlyacinthoides hispanica),


spring star flower (Ipheion
uniflorum), Dutch iris (Iris
x hollandica) and Easter
lily tilium longiflorum).


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Pets on Parade


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Toby is a laid-back 4-year-old' kitty who loves people and is
good with children. He has been the welcoming committee at
the Partners for Pets Shelter since his owner passed away. Toby
has,glaucoma in his left eye and is housebroken and neutered.
If you would like to adopt Toby, 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 iswww.partnersforpets.
petfinder.com.


Chipley grads complete Marine boot camp


Special to the Floridan
Pvt. Cullen Reece
Chance and.,'Pvt. Daniel
"Colby" Finch, of USMC
FoX Company, recently
completed 13 weeks of
recruit training at Marine
Corps Recruit Depot, Par-
ris Island, S.C.
The two officially gradu-
ated USMC boot camp on
Aug. 2, but received their
Eagle, Globe and Anchor
- the official Mkrine
Corps insignia -- on July
27, when they returned
from. the Crucible, a 54-
hour final test of recruits
that involves food and
sleep deprivation and var-
ious obstacles.
NewMarineswerejoined
by friends and family for
the "MOTO Run" (Moti-
vational Run and Family
Day) on the Thursday be-
Sfore graduation the first
time recruits' family had
seen them in 13 weeks.
Chance was known as
the "knowledge recruit"
and Finch the "artist re-
'cruit" by their drill instruc-
tors.: Both Marines gradu-
ated from Chipley High in'


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New Marines Pvt. Daniel "Colby" Finch (left) and Pvt. Cullen Reece Chance pose for a photo
at Parris Island, S.C.


2011 and have been best
friends for years.
The Marines are cur-
rently in'., Jacksonville,
N.C., for infantry school.
Chance graduates Mili-
tary Combat Training on
Tuesday, then will 'go to


Twenty-nine Palms, Ca-
lif., to begin training in
his military occupational
specialty communica-
tions. Finch's MOS is in-
fantry. He graduates Oct.
10 and then returns home.
He is on reserve status and


his unit is in Montgomery,
Ala.
Chance's parents are
Julie Chance of Bonifay
and Cy Chance of Chi-
pley. Finch's parents are
Danny and Missie Finch
of Chipley.


9-11 REMEMBERED


A lison Williams' third-grade class at Riverside Elementary
SSchool learned about the events of Sept. 11,2001. To remem-
LAber the falleniheroes and say thank you to those who still serve,
they made a handprint banner that was displayed at the Marianna
Fire Department on Sept. "1. Pictured are (front row, from left) Jaxson
Crenshaw, Tyquira Johnson, Halkigh Durden, Chase Bethea, Cason
Hatcher and Clark Hatcher; (middle row, from left) Mrs. Williams,
Alora Paige, Alycia Martin, Isa Barwick, Chyanne Jackson and Rafael
Benitez-Gomez; (back row, from left) Isaiah Spencer, Sa'Hmaad John-
son, Noah Mercer, Elexis Collins, Gavin Price arid Levin Dewey.

SENIOR FELLOWSHIP MEETING HELD





- .i .* : B i E i T:
he SeniorFel-
lowshipAs- -
sociation held
its monthly meeting
Monday. William
Long, administrator
of the Jackson County
Health Departmenti
gave a very informa- ,.
tive Powerpoint presentation showing the building of the new health
department and slaared many of the services it provides, including
septic tank permits and mosquito prevention. Shown with Long are
Jim and Jean Dee, members. '


McDowell
rom Page 5A
.and.Medicaid, as well as
government and private
pensions, are probably in
the offing.
Along with Canada
and Australia, the U.S. is


considered to be an immi-
gration friendly country,
something that Japan is
not now,.and has ever
been. Immigrants lower
the median age, initiate.
business ventures and
hireworkers, and con-,
tribute to Social Security
and Medicare during their'
working years.


Margaret R.-McDowell, ChFC, AlF,
* a syndicated economic columnist,
Chartered. Financial Consultant and
Accredited Investment Fiduciary,
is the founder of Arbor Wealth
Management, LLC,.(850-608-
S6121-wwW.arborwealth.net), a
"Fee-Only" Registered Investment
Advisory Firm' located near. Destin,
Fla. Arbor Wealth specializes in:
portfolio management for clients
with $250,000 or more of invest-
S able assets.


H TCHER, NORVELL


ADDRESS OPTIMISTS


.. SUBMI lTUfED PHUO
'M att Norville (left) and Chuck Hatcher (third from left) were recently
I/ welcomed asguest speakers by the Marianna Optimist Club. Norville, an
EMT/Firefighter .and Eagle:Scout, toldthe club about guiding Boy Scouts
on high adventure canoe trips each year through the Northern Tier High Adven-
ture Bases, an area between Ely, Minh., Atikokan, Ontario and Bissett, Manitoba.
The bases are run by the Boy.Scouts of America that offer wilderness canoe trips
of 50 to 150 miles long that take from five to 10 days to complete. Hatcher, who '
heads the County's Parks & Recreation efforts, was there to update the Optimist
membership on im-'. .
provements being made
to area parks including, Prices
S^S^.Higher Prices, Paid....
Cypress Parkand the. h
possible acquisition of Sell Your Gold at..,
property in Compass ,
Lake in the Hills for ,'.
parks/recreatibn use.,
They are pictured here
with club member and t JEE.R ,
local scout master Bill
Kleinhans (second from, Paid on Site
left) and club president .
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appreciation to the business owners and
community members who so graciously
supported their trip to the Dixie Girls
(Darlings) State Tournament.

Your kindness and encouragement was
very much appreciated as we proudly
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Swe received during our recent .
loss. Your love and support
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7-18A SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,2013


LOCAL






JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com


Sink won't run for Florida governor


The Associated Press'

TALLAHASSEE For-
mer Florida Chief Finan-
cial Officer Alex Sink said
Friday she will not run for
governor again in 2014 and
will instead focus on the
Florida Next Foundation
she created to help small
businesses grow.
Sink was the Z010 Demo-
cratic nominee and nar-
rowly lost to Republican
Rick Scott in a year when
other Democrats seek-
ing statewide office were
badly beaten. The deci-
sion means Republican-
turned-Democrat and for-
mer Gov. Charlie Crist will
have an easier time if he
runs for his old job with his
new party. He's expected to
make an announcement
this fall.
"The best way for me to
make an impact is to keep
on doing the work that I'm
doing right now. I have a
full plate of busiiiess proj-
ects and we have begun to
get some real momentum
at Florida Next," Sink said
when she announced the
- decision in an interview


STHE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
In this 2009 photo, Florida's then chief financial officer Alex
Sink smiles during an interview in Miami Beach. Sink on Friday,
said she will not run for governor again In 2014 and will instead
focus on the Florida Next Foundation she created to help small
businesses grow.
with The Associated Press. ,that want to remain in
Part of her goal with the Florida.
foundation is matching While Sink has ques-
venture capital investors tioned whether Crist truly
with startup businesses embraces Democratic


Embry-Riddle
TheAssociated Press .

DAYTONA BEACH-Se-
cured inside a room you'
need a U.S. passport to en-
ter is a modern arcade of'
war machines.
It looks lke a gamer's
paradise: A comfortable
Stan leather captain's chair
Ssits behind four computer
Monitors, an airplane joy- j. ,
stick with a red "fire" but- "'
'ton, a keyboard and throt-
tie control. The games here Josh Olds (left) an
have great implications;' Aircraft Systemth
Across the world a $20 Embry-Riddle Unil
,i,.Across the world; a $20 "


million Gray Eagle drone
armed with four 'Hellfire
missiles, ready to 'make
a sortie into hostile terri-
tory is taking, commands
from a workstation like
this one. A .,graduate from
this: room on the campus,.
of Embry-Riddle Aeronau-
tical University in Daytona
Beach could be in that
O their room in as little' as,.
six months with a master's
degree in piloting drones,
his hand on the' jdystick,
making $150,000 a yeat,


Party values, she says she, he should be doing more
wants to sit down with him to make sure health care is
and any other Democrats available to Floridians.
who run and discuss their "Ijust think'he sounds
vision for Florida and their downright mean and We
plan to defeat Scott. Right. deserve better than that,"
now, former state Sen. Nan. Sink said.
Rich is the only, credible 'Sink's decision is good
Democrat in the race, but '.news for Crist.
she's struggled to, raise the "He doesn't have to
money' needed to run a': worry about spending $15
statewide campaign. million beating her," said
"I haven't spoken to ei'. Screven Watson, a Demo-
ther one of them yet, but: cratic political consultant.
I'm sure I will in the next: "It's a great day for Charlie
couple of days," Sinik said. Crist. It means Republi-
:And' just, because she's cans don't get the wish that
not running, it doesn't it's a divisive primary."
mean she's not going to Republicans almost im-
call attention .to Scott's mediately sent out an,,
leadership, Sink said". email using Sink's past
"This might free me up words against Crist, in-
to continue and maybe eluding a remark that
be more -aggressive about Crist's campaign would be
holding this governor that "a disaster."
.'wye have now accountable "The Republican Party of
for business management Florida is more than happy
ofour'stateand our priori- to run the campaign that
ties and that's going to be Alex Sink would have run
fun,". Sink said. "Ther's no'. against Charlie Crist," the
Jack of things to point out parry said.
that he's doing to hurt our Crist, in a statement, said'
state." that "Florida needs Alex
She zeroed in on Scott's Sink" and that he's excited
resistance to the federalAf- about the work she is do-
fordable Care Act and said ing with her foundation.


offers master's degree in drones
t 5 of endangered birds. The And the number of drones
,University ofFlorida built in military service has shot
its own drone to monitor from 167 to nearly 7,500
wildffe. and climabinig.
There are, storm-chas- Where there is anewskill
.. ..._:. ing drones. Fire-fight- to learn, there is soon a
ing drones. Drones to teacher.
report real-time traffic. Some will simply enlist in
I '.'Congress has ordered the.. the military to train in pi-
W H ~FAA to issue new regula- losing drones. For the civil-
tions for this impending ians, there is now college.
civilian army of unmannedI In 2011, the Universityof
vehicles.. North Dakota was the first
THE :.::.i-.E::. Look up in the sky: The, to 'graduate a class -, of
id John Bounds demonstrate an unmanned drones are coming. five students with. a
ey control by writing script in a computer at ."It's going to grow ex- bachelor of'science in un-
versity in Daytona Beach, Fla. potentially once the law manned systems. In May;,


Welcome to,the new bM-
sic training, where the skills
to fight the War of Tomor-
row are taught in private
classrooms' today. Embry-
Riddle this fall became the
first in the country to offer
,post graduate education in
this field.:.
"We're trying to prepare
our students- so they're
ready to operate at the
highest levels,"- said Dan
Macchiarella, department
chair of aeronautical sci-
ences at Embry-Riddle.


'But as with so many
things that begin with a
militarypurpose, these un-
manned vehicles are com-
ing in all shapes and sizes
- from full-sized planes to
mini helicopters less than
2 feet across to play a
role in the civilian world.
They are used by law
enforcement to pa-
trol the borders, to nab
shlark-fin. poachers .off
the Galapagos Islands,
to hover above the trees
and count populations


catches up," said Josh Olds,
an Embry-Riddle graduate
and drone flight instruc-
tor at' Embry-Riddle who
worked with, government
contractors overseas be-
fore returning to help run'
the school's flight simula-
tion lab.
The government bud-
get. for drone warfare has
gone from a relatively'.pal-
try $667 million in 2002'to
more than $3.9 billion, ac-
cording to a Congressional
Research Service report.


Kansas State awarded its
first diploma. .
Embry-Riddle had hoped
to attract 200 students
within the first five years of
the program. Just three se-,
mesters in, they have 120
students. Now, they expect
they'll have to limit their
enrollment to 500 students
a year. .
"It's taking off like a rock-
et," Macchiarella said. "We
had students go through
the program as fast as they
could to get out there."


SIn Brief
Man gets 24 years
for $L2M oil spill
claims fraud
MIAMI -A South
Florida man has been
sentenced to nearly 24
years in prison for at-
tempting to defraud the
BP oil spill claims fund
out of more than $1.2
million. I
A federal judge in Mi-
ami on Friday sentenced
Jean Man Lindor, 32. He
was convicted in April of
multiple counts, includ-
ing wire anrid mail fraud,
identity theft and filing
of false tax returns.
Trial testimony showed
that Linridor and his
not-for-profit business
filed claims purporting
to be from employees of
Florida Keys restaurants,:
hotels and clubs that had
lost income due to the
2010 spill in the Gulf of
Mexico. The claims were
actually fraudulent.
From wire reports


Murphy
From Page 3A
into a positive situation.
But what about the
many children in our
world that are born daily
to irresponsible, selfish
parents who would be in
even more trouble were,
it not' for their parents'.
that child's grandpar-
ents? Thank God for the
many grandparents
across the world who
have taken sad sitiua-
dtions caused by their
children and helped to
turn them into pleasant
developments.
There is no greater
asset that we can have
in this world than our
children, but their best
advantage coming into
this world will be deter-
mined by the actions
Said plans of their .
parents.,
Life would be much .
less complicated if we
"think before we act.
Thomas Vincent Murphy can be
-eached at tvarnmiyahoo.com.


JCFLc~R EDAN .COIi


200000 policyholders may move from insurer
SThe Associated Press !. let 10 different insurance the companies that have
: : companies absorb nearly absorbed Citizens poli-
TALLAHASSEE FOr- 400,000, Citizens policy- cies are smaller. Several
ida's largest insurer could holders this November. companies that previously
be shifting thousands more ."We continue to have absorbed Citizens policies
of its policyholders away unprecedented success in went insolvent, although
from the state-created reducing the size of Citi- Citizens officials point out
company and into private zens," said Barry Gilway; that hasn't happened in
insurance companies, ': president and CEO of the past three years.
The head of Citizens Citizens. There have also been
Property Insurance Corp. Customers are automati- complaints that custom-
announced' Friday that cally shifted to a new in- 'ers aren't getting enough,
as many as 200,000 cus- surer unless'they object, information about the
timers from across the Citizens is currently the pending transfer of .their
state could be moved state's largest residen- homeowner policies.
over to eight'private insur- tial property insurer in Gilway acknowledged
ers in' December if state' the state with 1.2 million some of the criticism
regulators .sign off on the policyholders. and said the company
plan. : '* As many as a third of needs to do more to make
This move comes shortly Citizens customers tradi-. sure- policyholders are
after state regulators qui- tionally balk at moving, making an "informed'
etly agreed last month to especially since some of decision."


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC. MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE CITY OF MARIANNA
PLANNING & ZONING BOARD OF ITS INTENT TO CONDUCT
A PUBLIC MEETING TO REVIEW THE FOLLOWING
APPLICATIONS AND. OTHER BUSINESS:
Ordinance#1023amendingtheCitykofMarianna Comprehensive.
Plan Future Land Use Map for three parcels. 1) A 1.12 acre parcel
owned by Beth Hinsoni Quick located at the northwest corner of
the Guyton Street/Lafayette Street intersection within the City of
Marianna. The current land use designations Mixed Use within
the Mixed' Use Special Treatment Area and the proposed land
use designation is Commetrcial., 2) A 0.39 acre parcel owned by
Joe Carnley 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. 3) A 0.93 acre parcel owned
by Nikeya and Janet Colbert Lovett 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.

Ordinance, #1024 'amending the City' of Marianna Land
Development Regulations Zoning Map for three parcels. 1)
A 1.12 acre parcel owned by Beth Hinson Quick located at
the 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 Treatment
Area and the proposed zoning designation is Commercial. 2) A
0.39 acre parcel owned by Joe Carnley lo1catedat 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 Commercial. 3) A.
0.93 acre parcel owned by Nikeya and Janet Colbert Lovett at
3511 Old US Road within the City :of Marianniia. The'current
zoning designation is Rural Transition and the proposed zoning
designation is Residential-2.

2013-2014 Dilapidated Structures List

Other Business

The public meeting will be held in the City Commission Chambers
of Marianna City Hall located at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida
on Monday the 23rd of September 2013 at 4:00 p.m.

Comments are encouraged. Anyone desiring information may
contact the City of Marianna Municipal Development Department
at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida
or contact by phone at (850) 482-2786
6h during regular business hours.


STATE


SUNDAY; SEPTEMBER 22,2013 9AF






-110A SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,2013


STATE, FROM THlE FRONT


Former foster child graduates from West Point
The Associated Press


FORT MYERS Josh
Kelchner has had a lot on
his shoulders for a great
many years.
The load eased last
month when the Dun-
bar High grad and long-
term foster child gradu-'
ated from the U.S. Military
Academy atWest Point as a
second lieutenant.
"It definitely was a chal-
lenge," Kelchner said of
West Point. "I always found
something to put my at-
tention to to work and
turn it into a positive."
Kelchner was aban-
doned by his father as. a'
toddler and was neglected
by his mother most of his
childhood.
He graduated Dunbar
High in 2008 and survived
12 foster homes, in '1z
years. He also Was key in
helping his younger sib-
lings who have all been ad-
opted and are doing well.
"He's much more com-
posed now," said Phyl-
lis O'Sullivan said of
Kelchner.
O'Sullivan is the wife of
John O'Sullivan of Cape.
Coral, Kelchner's former
guardian ad litem, a court-
appointed volunteer advo-
cate, who died in January
, of pancreatic cancer. "He's
always carried himself well
and he's always been qui-
et," she said of Kelchner.
S She said Kelchner'sjour-
-ney through foster care
could have been his undo-
ing with multiple schools
and changing conditions
the norm, but he side-
stepped it all and focused
on graduating from the
academy.
"Whenever you get
harshness you can't think
it's your fault," Kelchner
said. "You move past it.
You don't think it's your
fault,'".
In a February 2008
column by former New
Press columnist Sam


Woodru
From Page 1A


If


Boaters should call the
numbers below before
their trips to confirm
the lock schedule, how-
ever, since circumstances
could alter 'the operation
hours at any given
time.
The locks will only be
Available when lock op-
erators are present; if the
operators are on annual



SPay'
From Page 1A
product made by. Spring-
brook, a company special-
izing in software solutions
for local governments. The
Oregon-based business is
a familiar one to city ad-
ministrative staff, as they
already use the firm's ac-
counting software.
Springbrooks utility bill-
ing software will finally
allow municipal custom-
ers to pay their bills with
a Visa or MasterCard in


In this Aug. 7 photo provided by Phyllis O'Sullivan, Josh Keichner poses after he graduated
from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point as a second lieutenant, in West Point, N.Y.


Cook, John O'Sullivan
described Kelchner:
"Josh always uses his par-
ents as examples of what
not to do," O'Sullivan says.
"He uses them to motivate
him to be better, a more
wholesome person." -
O'Sullivan says' Kelch-
ner could 'have capped a
foster-kid attitude, yet he
didn't. "Josh could have
said: 'Screw you. I had
lousy parents who ne-
glectedme.'"
O'Sullivan says. "I told
him: 'Yes, you did get
screwed. You had lousy
parents;, and you got
moved around a lot. But
those -are not reasons for
you to be a bad kid.'
"He understood' those
are not reasons for tak--
ing drugs, having sex
out of wedlock, causing
trouble; 'in school, steal-


or sick leave or absent
for other reasons, boat-
ers will not be able to lock
through. Also, ACF locks
will be closed on all federal
holidays.
All commercial vessels
should schedule an ap-
pointment for lockage.
Locks will be made avail-
able 24 hours per day,
seven days per week for
appointments by com-
mercial traffic.: ,
Non-commercial traffic'
may be accommodated
during the hours locks are


person at city .hall, over'
the phone, ,or online using
the revamped city website
that is set to go livesome-
time next month. The abil-
ity to pay utility bills on-
-line won't be ready for use
when the new sitelaunch-
es, but should be'up and
running a few weeks after
Costs to use the utility
billing software include a
$200 monthly, mainte-
nance fee, and a per-trans-
action charge for each bill
paid by. Visa ($1.75) and
MasterCard ($1.65). Those'
transaction; fees will not


ing and fighting," John
O'Sullivan said.
"People don't realize how
damaging their behavior
is on their kids," Phyllis
O'Sullivan said. "It never
leaves you. Josh deals with
it the best wayhe can."-
SKelchner, on a two-
month break after West
Point graduation, heads
Oct. 1 to Fort Sill in Lawton,
Okla., for three months of
field artillery training and
to Fort Bliss -in Texas to
serve in a heavy artillery
unit and start his compul-
sory five years of military
service.
"I like the atmosphere
and the camaraderie," he
said of the 'field artillery
units. "Everybody helps
everybody out."
He said he has making
the military a career in
the back ofhis mind. "I'm


manned, subject to avail-
ability of operators and in
conjunction with main-
tenance activities and as
those activities allow.
Some special events can
be accommodated out-
side normal schedules if
lock-through is needed for
the activity, but sponsors
of those 'events should
contact the locks at least
60 days before the date
needed.
ACF Rivers Locks can be
: reached at the following
numbers:


be passed on to individual
credit card users if you
want to use your card to
pay, your bill won't jump
'each time you do 'but
instead be absorbed by
the city.
To give commissioners
an idea of what those cred-
it card' transaction fees
may add up to, City Clerk
Kim Applewhite estimated
that if 20 percent of cur-
rent customers opted to.
paywith their cards, nearly
$13,500 per year would be
charged to the city.
Despite the added cost,


kinda thinking long-term.
We,ll see how this feels,"
he said
Phyllis O'Sullivan said
that Kelchner relied on her
husband quite a bit during
his high school and acad-
emy days.
"John really :pointed me
in the right direction,"
Kelchner said;
Phyllis O'Sullivan alsp
gave credit to the two
other families who helped
Kelchner: Col. Casey
and Esther Haskins, who
-helped Kelchner at West
Point, and Gregg and Linda
Woodrell of Naples, where
Josh is currently staying.'
Gregg Woodrell, owner
Sof Naples House Of Clocks,
said Kelchner considers
the family's home as his
own. .
"We're very proud of
him," he said.


Jim Woodruff Lock
near Chattahoochee:
850-663-4692.
Walter E George near Ft
Gaines : 229-768-0145
George W Andrews near
'Columbia: 229-723-3482
SBoaters also maycontact
the Jim.Woodruff Power-
house at 850-663-2291 or
the Walter E George Pow-
erhouse at 229-768-2635.
Both powerhouses can be
contacted 24 hours per
day.
All locks monitor marine
channel 16. .


commissioners agreed
it was a service the city
should offer its customers.
'The board approved a
one-year trial period of
the Springbrook utility
billing software by a 4-0-
vote (Commissioner Allen
Ward II was absent).
City Manager Jim Dean,
told commissioners that
over the past several years,
Applewhite's been working
hard to find away to allow
utility customers to pay by
credit card. With this new
software, it appears she's
finally found it.


JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com


Florida company


offers at-home


pet euthanasia


The Associated Press.


TAMPA,, Fla...- Dani
McVety is a rarityin the
medical profession, and
not. just' because she
makes house calls. The
Lutz veterinarian's com-
pany, Lap of Love Veteri-
n nary Hospice ,& In-Home
,Euthanasia, provides
compassionate 'assis
tance to pets in rapidly
declining health. and
their owners.'
Her successful formula
for the company she., co-,
founded in 2010 has ex-
panded to a, network of
veterinarians from, Cali-
fornia and Washington
state; fo, Massachusetts,
the Midwest and else-
where in the Southeast.
"In two years, we've gone
from two vets in Florida
to over 60 vets around the
United States," she said.
She and her local staff
serve Hilisborough, Pinel-
las and Pasco counties.
The idea for the compa-
ny evolved months after
McVety graduated in 2009
from the Universit.y of
Florida College of Veteri-
nary Medicine, and-while
she was working for Tam-
pa, Bay Veterinary Emer-.
gency Service. "It was'
clear that even though'


I was newly out of vet
school, my strength was
talking to clients through
those hard times," she
said of distressed pet
owners seeking urgent
care for their dogs and
cats., -
When McVety had to
perform her first humane
euthanasia, she realized
the value of the service, an.
experience that renewed"
memories of volunteering
at a human hospice while
attending Colorado State,
University. "It was just
an amazing experience
to. see how they handled
death, how they handled
the families around the
death," she said of the
hospice in Fort Collins,
Colo. "In medicine we're
taught how to treat, treat,
treat, and not usually
taught; how to manage
the case delicately.,
"If you think about it, I'
probably have one of the
hardest jobs in medicine,.
especially in the only-.
medical field licensed to-
take a life," she said. "I .
have to walk into:a total-
stranger'shouse and, from
their perspective, eutha-.
nize their best friend."',
But she said it is an honor'
to help pet owners during ,
the dreaded moment.


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Obituaries


Culley's'Meadowood
Funeral Home
Tallahassee, FL
(850) 877-8191

EllaMae
Horton

Ella Mae Horton, 85, o1
rallahasee, Florida, went
home to be with the Lord
on September 20, 2013.
Born in Mobile, Alabama
on April 1, 1928, she was
the daughter of. the late
George and Willie Fox. In
1944 she married Herchie]
B. Horton and they were
married for, twenty-five
years. Ella Mae worked at
Florida State Hospital
where, after 30 years she
retired. .
Ella Mae, better known
as "Granny", was an active
member of. Aenon Baptist
Church, Tallahassee, Flori-
da for the last eight years
while residing with daugh-
ter, Berry Meredith. Prior
to living in Tallahassee she
was a resident of Grand
:Ridge, Florida where she
was a member of Provi-
dence Baptist Church for
approximately fifty years.
During MNrs. Horton's life
she loved the Lord, cooking
for her family and church,
spending time w5ith her
family, traveling, and
fellowshipping with
friends. She was a person
'.. that found much satisfac-
tion by serving her'Lord
through service in: ,the
church andto others in the
community. She was the
Training Union Director at
Providence for over 30
years. She was known for
ner strong will, sweet spirit
and feisty attitude. -
She was-, preceded in
: death. -by ,her parents
George and Willie Fox and
husband, Herchiel B. Hor-
ton. .
SShe is survived by .three
children.' Dorothy Nicolo,
of Tallahassee, Florida;
Betty Meredith and hus-
band Bruce, of Tallahassee,
Florida; David Horton and
wife June, of Grand Ridge,
Florida. Six grandchildren:
Keith' Godwin, and wife,
rara; Michelle Schneg-
Sgenburger, and husband,
Scott; Kelly Ziglar, and hus-
band, Ryan; Tony Horton;
lason MNeredith and wife.
Zylphia: Kristy Pins and
husband, Jerry. Twelve
great grandchildren: Tayler
Schneggenburger, Garrett
Zigler, Dalton Godwin,
Nicole Schneggenburger,
Austin. :MNleredith, Kaya
Meredith, Samuel Godwin,
Dylan Ziglar, Jerry Pints Jr.,
SNathan Ziglar, MNadyson
Meredith, Terry Pitts and a
host of nieces and neph-
ews.
Funeral services will be
held Monday,' September
'.23, 2013 at 11:00 EST at
Xenon Baptist, 6073
Blounstown Hwy;, Tallaias-
see, FL. Family will receive
friends one hour prior to
the service for visitation.
The burial will follow with
a Celebration of life Serv-
ice at the Shady Grove
Cemetery, .' Birchwood
Road. Grand Ridge. EL at
3:00 CST.


Battle
. FromPage IA

presentation at St. Luke's.
Dale Cox will pick up
a group of international
pilots in training who are
coming here from Fort
Rucker to tour a portion
of the battle route and
learn from Cox about
some of the battle strate-
gies that were used. They,
will join the memorial
party at St. Lukes as their
tour concludes.
Daffmn said that, in
2014, the Sons of Con-
federate Veterans and
several partners will be
- working toward a much
more elaborate Maian-
na Day celebration, since
it will mark the 150th an-
niiversary of the Batte of
Marianna. He hinted that


the Marianna Day re-
enactments which were
slielveda couple of years
agq, due to a shortage of
resources, could return-
that year.


James and Lipfor
Funeral Home
Cotton St.
Graceville, FL 324
850 263-3238

Maudeen
Miles
f
t Maudeen "Deen"
1 87 of Graceville p
* away, Friday, Septe
1 20, 2013 at Sigi
3 Health Care of North
- da in Graceville.
I Funeral service will
Sa.m., Monday, Septe
23, 2013 at New Hopi
Assembly of God Churc]
t .Bro. Brock Burrell of
I ing. Burial will folio
* church cemetery
James and Lipford Fu
Home in Graceville c
ing. Family will re
t friends at the funeral
Sunday, 4 p.m. to 6 p.:
M. s. Deen was bo
-"Geneva'. County,' Ala
on June 23, 1926 to th
Albert Spurgeon
I MamieCarroll Skinne
Deen 'was a dedi
helpmate and book
r to the love her life, he
..husband Otis Se
Miles, Sr. Together
Opened the Western
and then renamed
r store to .Miles. Furn
with the slogan "Aditd
of the way, but alot 1
pay!" Beloved nm
grandmother, sister
aunt, Ms. Deen W
member of New Hop
sembly of God Church
Preceded in death b
husband i parents, bi
Horace Skinner.
She is survived by hi
t voted: children Sea
Miles, Jr. and wife Sh
Graceville, Gerald
and wife Judi, Panama
brother Dwight Ski
fWanda), Duncan,
grandchildren Seab
(Summer),. Shane
(Dana), Kim Peaden
vin), lerrirt Miles, Ion
Miles (Amanda), Ar
King, Audrey Ketc
Alex Ann Ketchem;
grandchildren Alyssa
Zak Miles, Seth Miles
sey Peaden, Kade Pe
Cole Miles and one
.great gradson La
Miles. ,
Expressions of sym1
can be made at http:
w.jamesandlipford.co
Sunset Memorial Pi
Funeral Home ani
Crematory, LLC
1700 Barrington Re
Dothan, AL
(334) 983-6604






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Merlon Moc

Merlon Moore, age
Marianna, Florida p
away Sunday, Septe
15, 2013 at Flowers H
tal in Dothan Aabama
Mr. Moore was bo
Homes County' on Oc
17, 1942. He I'ived mo
his adult live in Mari
Florida. He was rn
from the Telephone I
pan,, after 42 years of
service. He loved his f
and friends and als
rime with the phone
pany.
He is survived by hi
ing wife of 51 years Bi
Moore; two sons Davi
Harold; one dau
Tammyann and kher
band Joe Faella; five g
children, David Ren
his' wife" Antdnria;
Mathew, CJ, and Je
,three great grandchi
Zakoriah, Amaliyah,
Elizabeth: three brc
Marlin. Melvin, and Ji
and his wife Ginger.
Services will be he
10:00am Saturday, Sep
her 28, 2013 at.Carm4
semble of God Chur


Bonifay at 1485 Carm
with Rev. Tommy lM
officiating. Flowers ar
ing accepted by the fan
Robert Byrd of S
Memorial Park Fu
Home 1(334) 983-6604'
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Miles
passed
ember


James and Sikes
Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Fl 32446
850.482.2332
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhomes.com '

Martha.
Walker


nature Martha Walker, long
Flori- time resident of Marianna,
FL passed away to heaven
be. 10 on September 20,. 2013.
ember Martha was born in Ma-
pe As- .rianna on the afternoon of
with July 31, 1915, in the family
fficiat- home across the 'street*
w in from the Methodist
with Church. She was the
funeral youngest of seven children.
lirecf- After her father's death in
receive 1918, the family relocated
home to what has remained the.
m. family home on 'Davis
*rn in Street. In 1935 she met Ho-
bama ward Walker who was
relate manager of Cristo 5 and
and Dime Store and they were.
*r. Ms. married six months later.
icated' They lived in Chipley,
:eeper Moultrie, and Panama City.
er late She worked for'Wainright
abron Shipyard in Panama City,
they during the war years while
: Auto .Howard was, employed at
1. the Tyndall Air Force Base. Af,
niture ter Howard's death in 19-18.
Ie out Martha and their daughter,
ess to Linda, moved back home
other to. Marianna where she
and -lived' until 'relocating to
vas a Tallahassee to be closer to
?e As- Linda and her family. She
h.'. worked at the family busi-
by her ness, Chalker's Bookkeep-
obther ing '.Services, until her re-
tirement. She recently
er de- celebrated her 98th birth-
abron day with 30 family mem-
-iaron, bers '.at .her daughter's
Miles home in Tallahassee.
a City;, Martha was, a- founding
inner member of the Marianna
OK; Pilot' Club. She enjoyed
Miles playing, Bridge and hosted
Miles many Bridge parties in her
(Ke- home. She loved plants
than and flowers and could
drew make anything grow and
:hem, 'bloom. Her yard was. a
great :'source of pride. Martha
Miles, was also quite-: an artist
s, Kel- with ceramics, oils, .and
aden, needlework. Her creative
great -flair w'as also reflected in
andon her home, rearranging her
furniture on a regular ba-
pathy sis. She enjoyed traveling
://\ w and took trips to Europe,
m/ the Bahamas, and Britain
'%with family and friends as
ark well as many trips within
S the USA. She was a long
ad standing active member of
a the First Baptist Church in
Marianna where she taught
Sunday School and was a
'founding member of the
JOY club. Her faith was 'a
central part of herlife:.'
She was preceded in.
death by her parents Ellis
Fairbanks Davis and.
Amanda Neel White Davis;
husband Howard Walker;
four brothers Ellis Davis
(Marion), Talaferro Davis
(Dorothy), Wallace Davis
(Coral), Emmett Davie
S(Mamie), and two sisters"
N Myrtle (Dpughter) Chalker
ire (Chalk), and Panie Dudley
(Bill).
70, of She is survived 'by her
passed' daughter Linda Walker
'mber Enfinger; son in-law Wilson-
tospi- Enfinger: grandchildren
a. Patrick Enfinger, MNlary-
rn in Margaret Enfinger, Tracie
tober Enfinger, and Becky Hati-
ost of son and one great: grand-
anna, child Zachary Enfinger (her
tired little doll), as well as nieces
Comn- 'and nephews including
Loyal LaVada Chalker, Nonnie
anMily Tague,- Patricia Billings.,
ohis and MNartha Holt. :
corn-, Funeral services will be
11:00 a.m. CST Monday,
islov- September ',23, 2013 at
renda James and Sikes Funeral
d and Home Maddox Chapel with
fighter Dr, Mark Long officiating.
hus- Burial will follow in River-
rand- side Cemetery with James
and 'and Sikes Funeral Home
Gus, Maddox Chaipel directing.
remy; Family will receive friends
Idren at James and Sikes Maddox
and Chapel one hour prior to
others service. ", ,
immy Expressions of sympathy
may be, made online at
'ld at. www.jamesandsikesfuneral
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Jennifer Hanson bags up some sausage for Seth Wunderly at the new Register's Country
Store on Thursday.


Register's
From Page IA
SIn the wake of the
Friday/Saturday grand
opening, he said he's
sure he made the right
decision.
Register's Meat Corn-
pany began as a mod-
est family operation in
Cottondale back in 1941,
founded by "Pappy" Reg-
ister. As its reputation for
quality smoked sausages:
and other pork products'
grew, the company grew.
Store after store began to
stock its products.'And..,
72 years later, although
the company came under
new ownership a decade
ago when Register de-
scendant limmy Register
sold it to Kaempfer, the
new owner is following
,'the same flavor recipe..
and using the same brick,
smokehouse that the
founder created all those ,
'decades ago. Kaempfer,
bf Tallahassee, holds that
special recipe close to
' the vest; his son Ben said
'only a handful of people
know it. The flavor blend
is prepared in bags and
handed off already mixed
to the people who blend.,
it into the products..'
Arid the company
continues to grow; in
April, Register's inked a
huge deal with Publix.
Already in 120 Publix
stores around the coun-
try, Register's will now be
in the PublLx warehouse,
from which its product ,


Register's Meats opened its new country store at the
intersection of Front Street and U.S. 90 in Cottondale.


willbe sent to 420 more
that Publ\x owns.
With the advent of that
huge contract, Register's
hired a few more people
but is able to keep up-the
pace at its Cottondale
location. ":
And the Kaempfer fam-
lysays that, no matter
how big Register's gets,
they have no intention of
Sever leaving Cottondale.
They have contracted
with one maker to create
pork product, using the
Register blend of spices,
for theWalmart stores it
Serves in some locations,
but in most other cases
Sthe products ate still
produced in Cottondale
and will continue to be.
"It would take a nuclear '
blast that destroyed all
of Cottondale" to make
them move company
.headquarters out of the
,,community it has called


Jobs
F.-.m F'age IA . .

the previous three months.
Gov. Rick Scott touted the news at
a morning press conference he held
in Melbourne, but a closer look at the
numbers shows that one reason the rate
dropped was that the state's overall labor
force shrank.
And a separate survey showed that
the state actually lost nearly 5,000 jobs
last month after months of positive job
growth.' .. "
California and New York, by contrast,
added around 30,000 jobs last month'.
'Scott has tried to recruit companies
from both states by arguing that Florida
has lower taxes and a better regulatory
environment for bIusinesses.
In spite of Friday's news, the state's
overall unemployment remains lower
than the national average, and Florida
has. seen the .largest rate drop in the
country in the past year. ,
Scott, who is making the state's eco-
nomic turnaround the centerpiece
0of his re-election campaign, said in a
statement that the decrease in the rate
continues to be evidencee that our pro-
. growth and business friendly policies'
are working."
State economists, however; released an
analysis this summer that showed a key
reason for the 'unemployment rate de-
cline has been people leaving the labor
,'force or delaying their search for a job.
SThere are now an estimated 656,000
people out of work in the state.
And while the unemployment rate has
gotten better since Scott took office in
2011, the U.S.,Census released informa-
tion this week that showed household
income remains stagnant in Florida al-
most five years from the start of the re-
cession. Some of the state's largest cities
rank in the bottom in income levels for
* the nation's most populous-metro areas.
SFlorida's median household income


home from its beginning,
Ben Kaempfer said. If
need be, the plant can be
expanded in Cottondale,
where the company has
some undeveloped land
adjacent to the plant now
in production.
Kaempfer has grown
the company in one other
Sway; at the grand open-
ing, Register's debuted its
. new line of condiments,
developed by partner
companies and approved
by the Kaempfer taste
buds to become a Regis-
ter brand.
Register'sCountry Store
is open Monday-Friday
from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m.,
and on Saturdays from-h
8 a.m. until 2 p.m. The
owner typically spends
three afternoons a week
there. His employees say
he's a "people person"
who enjoys meeting his
customers.


Regional

unemployment

down'
From staff reports -

Florida lo'stnearly, 5,000 jobs) jat.
rmodnth, but 'with Qnly 656,00 ..6b
less -Floridians out'of,a labor fordcof;
9,391,000',. the state's .Augustiine6i:-
ployment .r1te was the lowest slnce'
September 2008:-.
While the state's seasonally adjustedd-
unemployment rate was 7 percent
for August,.down from 7.1 the morith'
prior, the Cbipola Regional'Workfol'ce
Board reports that, with one; esep-'-.
,tion, the rate was even lower for, the-
counties it serves: Calhouri, :HolmteS ,.
SJackson, Liberty and Washington.. .'
Averaging 6.3 percent fortbe nmni.th,
the region's August'rate is down froin'
6.7 for the previous month, and 8.0 ofi'
the same time last year. ,

REGIONAL UNEMPLOYMEWT
Afig-13-; .'u ,. .
Aug-12 .. "';
'Calhoun. 6.4 7Q.0 .. 8.3-..
Holrnes 5.9 6.5" '-'"74. .
Jackson 5.7 6.0 7,5-
Liberty 6.3 .6.6 '7.4
Washington 7.8 8.3 9.4".
Chipola Region 6.3 : 6.7' 8.0
Source: Chipola Regional Workforce Boari,;',' "

in 2012 of more than $45,000 decreased
slightly from the previous year, but the
change was statistically insignificant.
However, Florida's median. household
income is down miore,than. 11 percent
from $50,700 in2000. Only seven other
states had larger .decreases in the past
dozen years, the Census figures showed.
Nationally, the median household in-
come was $51,371 in 2012. Of the nation's
10 most populous states, Florida's medi-
an household income was the lowest.


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Sports Briefs
High School Football
N Friday -West Gads-
den at Sneads, 7 p.m.;
Marianna at Chiles, 6 p.m.;
Freeport at Graceville, 7
p.m.

Junior Varsity Football
S)) Thursday Sneads at
Vernon, 6p.m.

Middle School
Football
STuesday-Marianna
at Walton, 6 p.m.; Grand'
Ridge at To~lar, 6 p.m.
. Thursday Graceville
at Port St. Joe, 6p.m.

High School Volleyball
Monday Blountsrown,
'a~tGracevile, 5 p.m. and 6,"
p.m.; Marianna at North-
view (Ala.), 4:30 p.m. and
5:30 p.m.;' Sneads at Altha,
5p.m. and 6p.m.
-:, Tuesday- Graceville
af Altha, 5-.. ii: rid'6 p.m.;
SSneal4ds at Verotion, 5p.m.
land 6 p.mni:;' CottohdJe at
Wewahitclika, 5 p.m. and
6p.m.,
)) Thursday Pensacola
C'ho1ic'at Marianna, 5 '
tl p.. ;;-Alt- a. ,
Coobndal.. .,n,.and6:,.
pmin..V.ion at Gracqville,
5p.mni. and 6 p.m. ;'

Marianna Goif Team'.
The Marianha Bulldogs
.g team will play Freeport
-6besday atWindswept:.
Diies at 3p.pi; before finh.'
ishin'th'e.week Thursday; '!
witih a hiome match againt-
,_Walton taverns Golf,- :
:Course'lai^'p;m; ;;,^ *' .'-':'.. ,-
'. '. g,., --, i,:: t ia -,'. :, -'2"',


dlude visits to 'theNati"nal
Mall, Arlingion Cemetery,
National Gallery, Smith-'.
sq iWan, National Museum,
or A ericarn History, n.d .
moxe., .
:Th silent auction wit
be fieldin'tbe lobby at ,
Sneads High School and
will begin Monday and end
atthe Alumni Banquet on
Saturday..
' For more information,
caliToiny-Beauchamp at
850-593-6576. ,



SThe Building Strong ,
Families 5K run/walk and.
10 OK run willUbe held Satuir-'
rday at the Citizens Lodge
Park in Marianna at-8 a.m.
Early registration for the
5IKi4s$25,ard for theO 10K is
: ,.'Fr kids 12 years old
aia,' yOigr, there will be
a free i-mil fhin run.
All proee'dsfrom this:
event go toward providing
asafe,'healthy and positive
environment for chil-,
drerinand.families in our
.copmmunities. .
'For-registration informa,
tibn, call Tammy Dean, .2"
a,850-'209-0o97or Kathy
Don6fro at 850-557-8139.
S can prinOa registration
'fbtm By-jghing 'td Facebook
aiad seaichhi for Buiding
.&obn'g Famllies Event: You
'.. canalso find the details of
this'event at www.Active.
coin.

Sports Items
Send all sports items to
editorial@jcfloridah.com,
,or fax them to 850-482-
'4478. The mailing address
for the paper is Jackson
County Floridan, PO Box
520 Marianna, FL 32447. .,.


Hall carries Hornets to hugedistrict win


BV"DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

COTTONDALE Freshman
JaVontai Hall rushed for three
touchdowns to lead the Cotton-
dale Hornets to a huge district
win Friday night, as they topped
the Sneads Pirates 30-20 to move
to 2-0 in league play.
The win puts the Hornets
right on the doorstep of a sec-
ond straight trip to the playoffs
a season after losing their lead-
ing rusher, passer, receiver, and'
tackler from a year ago.
"It feels good. 'It's a bigwin for
us," Cottondale coach Mike Mel-'
vin said after the game. "The guys
played hard. We were able to run
the ball the way we needed to,
and were even able to complete
a big pass there. The offensive


* .- .. . .. IMAR ,MISIIN-R./ILUORID,
As his Cottondale teammates try to push Norris Calhoun forward, Sneads'
defenders try to pull him back Friday night.


line did a good job, and the backs
took care of their jobs." .,-'
The Hornets controlled the ac-
tion for much of the night, jump-
ing out to a 22-6 halftime lead


despite having a 42-yard touch-
down pass from Jusrin Klotz TO
DaMichael Faulk called back on
an illegal ,formation penalty on
their first seriesof the game. ,


EAGLES SWOOP PAST BULLDOGS


MAOII I Irnr -ttf HLJMU IIJ
,, ayden Guy takes the ball for Marianna Friday night against North
Florida Christian. The Bulldogs lost to the Eagles 30-27 to fall to 1-3
on the season.



Lady Pirates get big district road win
Lad Pir te get *'** t '**.''.*


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com ..

The Sneads Lady. Pirates
earned perhaps their biggest dis-
trict victory ofthe season Thurs-
day night on the road, going to
Blountstown and knocking off,
the Lady Tigers in three sets to
stay perfect in league play this
year. ,
Sneads won by scores of 25-19,
25-17 and 25-16 to improve to
10-4 overall and 7-0 in District 2
competition.


Sophomore Emily Glover had-
a monster night in attack for the
Lady Pirates, finishing with a ca-
reer-high and team-best 23 kills
compared to just five errors.
Krissi Sanerfield added 12 kills
and De'Aryll Green seven for the
Sneads girls, who finished with
52 kills as a team.
Ashlyn Roberts and Logan Neel
also had four kills each, with
Roberts contributing 45 assists
and Neel four. of the club's six
blocks. : I .
Roberts and Logan, McCord


each had three ace serves to lead
Sneads. Sophomore Mallory
Beauchamp had a big night on
defense with club bests in digs
(26) and serve receives (16).
Glover was also strong in de-
fense with 15 digs and 13 serve
receives.
Green also had two blocks, and
Keely Johnson had two kills.
It was the third district win of
the week for the Lady Pirates,
who will play two more league
games this week against Altha on
Monday and Vernon on Tuesday.


CHIPOLA CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM RUNS STRONG
Chipola cross-country,
team members are,
from left: Donia Lanier,
Coach Rance Massengill,
Veronica Taylor, Natalya
Miller, Victoria Taylor,
Karlee Floyd, Kathryn
Huffman. Kimi Wiltse
and Jodi Philips. Miller
finished 14th overall in
S.IZ 124 the Gulf Coast Cross
Country Stampede at
the Escambia County
Equestrian Center in
Pensacola on Sept. 14.
Miller ran a time of 20:24
in the 5K race, while
Wiltse set a personal
record with 23:32. Lanier
finished at 23:36, Taylor
at 24:01 and Phillips at
25:18.


Cottondale got its first score
late in the first period, with a
30-yard run by Hall moving the
ball deep into Sneads territory,
and Hall capping it off four plays
later with a 14-yard TD run with
2:02 on the clock.
The. two-point conversion .by
Shaundre McAroy made it 8-0,
but Sneads had a quick answer
with a three-play, 65-yard scor-
ing drive thanks to three runs by
Dumn and a horse collar penalty
on CHS, with Durn taking it in
from 5 yards out to make it 8-6.
, But the Hornets had a re-
sponse, driving 62 yards on eight
plays capped off by a 33-yard
touchdown burst by Hall to give
CHS a 14-6 edge with 7:51 to
halftime.
See HORNETS, Page 7B


Tigers


romp



over



Gators
BY DUSTIN KENT,'
d.'en, iictloridan.corr "
The 'Graceville) Tigers
bounced back from ai lop-
sided loss to Blountstown
last week with a victory in
a bigger and more signifi-
cant game Friday;: night,
knocking off the Wewahi-
tchka Gators 48-0 in their
District 2 debut.
GHS dominated from the
outset with two quick first
quarter touchdowns fol-
Slowed by a safety and two
more scores in the second
Period to take a 30-0 half-
time lead.
Sophomore quarterback
Preston Nichols found Ed-
die Myrick twice for touch-
downs in the first period to
put the Tigers up 14-0.
In the second quarter,
Graceville got a safetycour-
tesy of senior linebacker
Mark Thrower 'to make it
16-0, and Jared Padgett
tacked on another score
by returning the ensuing
kickofffor a touchdown.
Padgett found the end
zone once more on the
ground in the second
quarter to put the ,Tigers
up by 30 at theI break.
In the third period, Nich-
ols scored on a rushing
.touchdown and Padgett
followed quicklyV with an-
other rushing score to put
Graceville up 42-0 and
force a running clock.
Jarrett Brogdon's rush-
ing touchdown late in the
fourth rounded out the
scoring for the Tigers, who
improved to 2-2 on the
season with the win.
There were plenty of
plaudits to go around for
the Graceville offense, but
it was on the other side of
the ball where Tigers coach
Ty Wise said was the most
significant effort.
That was probably .our
best performance thus far
on defense," he said. "Our
players were running to the
ball and doing a great job
of getting all the calls and
communicating with one
another. When we do that,
we play good defense."
The coach said it was an
all around performance
that was much neededfor
his team after last week's
35-0 loss to Blountstown.
"We challenged our kids
this week, and I think
they answered the bell.
See TIGERS, Page 7B


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-]2B SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,2013


SPORTS


College Football


i et ". iTLf .i':. "
Florida quarterback Tyler Murphy (left) looks for a receiver as he is pressured by Tennessee defensive lineman Jacques Smith
during the first half of their game in Gainesville, Fla., on Saturday.


Murphy leads Gators to victory


Driskel to miss rest of .road and in front of 90,000.
"hA 1 o Peterman, who grew up in nearby
season after ankle injury Jacksonville, had three turnovers in a
17-minute span in the first half and
STheAssociated Press was benched at the break,.*
Worley wasn't a whole lot better.
GAINESVILLE After starting, Then again, no one ;was perfect
quarterback Jeff Driskel was lost to'' aside from Florida's defense. -
a season-ending ankle injury, Tyler Murphy completed 8-of-14 passes
Murphy led No. 19 Florida to five "'for 134 yards. He also ran 10 times
scores in a somewhat ugly game, for 84 yards. His biggest mistake
helping the Gators open South- was taking a snap off his face mask,
eastern. Conference play with a a botched play that resulted in a
31-17 victory over. Tennessee on' fumble. : ,
Saturday. That was one of seven turnovers
Murphy had a 52-yard touchdown on the day. .",
throw to Solomon Patton, a swing The,.Volunteers had four all in
pass that went thQ distance, and the first half. Peterman had three,
made several plays with his legs as 'and Raijon Neal fumbled on, the
Florida (2-1, 1-0 SEC),won its ninth, team's second play. Dante Fowler Jr.
Consecutive game in the series., wrecked the exchange, his first of
Murphy's 7-yard TD scamper in several big plays.
the fourth quartermade it 31-10 and 'Florida had three turnovers in the
sent fans.scrambling for the exits. first half, including running back
The Volunteers (2-2, 0-1) had. Matt Jones' second in two games.
hoped to rebound from an embar- The Gators also -botched a snap on
rassing, 59-14 loss at No. 2 Oregon' a punt, .a miscue that gave Tennes-
a week ago. Instead, Tennessee and see great field position before Neal's
first-year coach Butch, Jones left fumble. ,
Gainesville with another double- The most worrisome onefor Flori-
digit setback. da was the one in which Driskelgot
SJones' strangest decision might, hurt. .
have been to bench Justin Worley Driskel, already playing with a
and give redshirt freshman Nathan brace onhis sprained left knee, twist-
Peterman his first career start on the ed his right ankle while throwing an


N, Texas hangs tough, but falls t
The Associated Press .


ATHENS, Ga. -With the
rain falling and the score
tied; NorthTexas seemed to
have .all the momentum.
Unfortunately for the
Meani Green, they couldn't
finishitoff.
Surprisingly tied with
No. 9 Georgia early in the
second half, North Texas
was stifled the rest of the
way. Aaron Murray threw
for 408 yards Ind three
touchdowns, also scored
on a 'sneak, and led the
Bulldogs to a 45-2.1 victory
on a dreary Saturday be-
tween the hedges.
The Mean Green (2-2)
scored twice on special
teams, tying the game at
21 on a blocked punt in
the opening minute of the
second half.
The Bulldogs dominated
'from there, finishing with
a staggering edge in total
yards (641-245), though
they didn't seal the vic-
tory until a short field goal
with just under 4 minutes
remaining.
"We did a lot of positive
things," North Texas coach
Dan McCamey said. "But
in the end, it was too much
Georgia and not enough of
us." .:
The Mean Green, off to
its best start since 1994,
came in as a 33-point unm
derdog. "They certainly
didn't embarrass them-
Sselves, forcing Georgia to
go with its starters most of
the way while collecting a
hefty payout ($975,000).
"I never got the sense of
David vs. Goliath with this
game," McCarney said.
"We are moving in the right
direction, and Georgia has
been there."
Murray became- only the
Second Southeastern Con-
ference quarterback with
100 career scoring passes.
The three TDs pushed his
total to 102, trailing only
1996 Heisman Trophy
Winner Danny Wuerffel of


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
North Texas wide receiver Carlos Harris (left) makes a catch
against Georgia safety Josh Harvey-Clemons in the second
half of their game Saturday in Athens, Ga.


Florida (114).
"I'm .sure he's going to
throw a few more for us
this year," Georgia of-
fensive coordinator Mike
Bobo said.
Murray overcame an
early, interception in the
end zone, hooking up with
freshman Reggie Davis on
a 98-yard TD the lon-
gest play from scrimmage
in school history. Arthur
Lynch and Chris Conley
also had touchdown catch-
es for the Bulldogs (2-1).


North Texas' Brelan
Chancellor returned a
kickoff '99 yards for a
touchdown, and Zac Whit-
field fell on a blocked punt
in the end zone to tie it up.
"We thought we had all
the momentum, kind of
took the air out of the sta-
dium," North Texas quar-
terback :Derek Thompson
said. "We ,weren't able to
move the ball in :the sec-
ond half as well as we
wanted to."
Murray made sure the


interception in the first quarter.
\Devaun Swafford picked off the
pass' and returned: it 62 yards for a
touchdown and a 7-9 lead. Marlon,
Walls pulled Driskel to the ground
as he released the ball. Driskel tried
to get up;, but then dropped back to
the turf and called for trainers. He'
limped off the field a few minutes
later, got checked on- the sideline,
and then used cutchhes to get to the
locker room. .
Driskel was then ruled out for the'
rest of the season. Murphy replaced.,
him on thenext drive.
The fourth-year junior had never
thrown a' pass in college,, watching'
from the sideline 'as Driskel, Jacoby"
Brissett, John Brantiey, Jordan Reed
and Trey Burton all t0oksnaps ahead
of him: ., .
'An injury to Driskel was supposed
to significantly hamper Florida's
offense.
But the Gatdrs hardly missed a beat
with Murphy running things.
He led the offense to four touch-
downsand a field'goalin'nine drives.
Of %urse, it cameragainst Tennes-
see, which has lost the last seven
games in the series by double digits.'
A couple of those were downright
one-sided.
The Gators finished with 382 total
yards,,162 more than Tennessee.


'o Georgia

Bulldogs avoided the up-
set. He scored on a 1-yard
dive to put Georgia ahead
to stay, then went to Con-
ley on a 4-yard TD, the. re-
ceiver showing great con-
centration after the ball
was slightly tipped by a
defender.
"We knew we would
have a fight on our hands,"
Murray said. "We came out
with the right mentality
No one was slacking. They
just made some plays."
Darnell Smith had North
Texas'" only non-special
teams score, hauling in
Thompson's 20-yard pass.
Thompson threw for 202
yards, but North Texas had
no running game to bal-
ance things out. Brandin
Byrd was the. only player
in positive numbers, with
11 carries for 23 yards, and
the Mean Green finished
with just 7 yards on. the
ground.


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Notre Dame beats


Michigan State


The Associated Press

SOUTH BEND, Ind.,
Cam McDariiel scored
on a 7-yard run after a
questionable pass-inter-
ference call, one of several
penalties that hurt Michi-
gan State, as Notre Dame
beat the Spartans 17-13
Saturday' for their 10th
straight home win.
The Irish (3-1) also took
advantage of another
questionable pass inter-
ference in the first half that
set up a 2-yard touchdown
pass. from Tommy Rees to
TJ Jopes, and a holding.
penalty that kept alive a
drive that led to a 41-yard
field goal by Kyle B3rindza.
The Spartans (3-1) had 10
penalties for 115 yards by
the Big Ten officials:
But Michigan State
made some costly mis-
takes on its own, includ-
ing a trick play after the
Spartans appeared to be
gaining momentum. Af-
ter opening the second
half with a field goal, re-
coiver R.J. Shelton threw
"ass that was intercepted
by safety Matthias Farley
and led: to. Notre Dame's
go-aheadtouchdown.
M.ichigan'. State had a
chance to tie the game in
, the fourth quarter when
Connor Cook threw a'19-
yard pass to Bernnie Fowl-


er to drive to the Notre
Dame 14, but the drive
stalled. Irish linebacker
Dan Fox tackled Nick Hill
for a 5-yard loss, receiver
Aaron Burbridge was
called for a false start and
Nick Hill dropped a shovel
pass, one of several drops
by Michigan State-receiv-
ers, and the Sprtans had
to settle for a42-yard field
goal by Iichael Geiger.
The Spartans entered
the game with the na-
tion's No. 1 defense, al-
lowing 50 yards a game
rushing, 127 yards a game
passing and its defense'
had scored four touch-
downs, which is also how
many touchdowns it had
allowed. They stopped
the Irish on the ground,
holding them'to 82 yards,
and holding Rees to a sea-
son-low 142 yards pass-
ing after he. opened. the
season with three straight
300-yard passing games.
But the defense couldn't
do enough to win as the
game was decided by a
touchdown or less for the.
ninth time in the past 14
meetings.
Rees was 14-of-34 pass- '
ing as the Irish matched
the school's longest win
streak under Bob Davie
from 1997-99. The Irish
won 19 straight under Lou
Holtz from 1987-90.


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SPORTS


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,2013 3BF


Outdoors



Call 'em what you will


rappie fishermen
are strange animals.
I say that knowing
there are thousands of
anglers who might take
offense. On the other
hand, since I occasion-
ally fish for crappies
myself and am possibly
-the strangest animal
of all, there isprobably
little need in my worrying
about rebuttal.
One reason crappie
anglers are unusual is that
they addictively pursue
a most unusual fish. The
crappie is a true enigma.
It is among the most
sought-after fish species
in America, pursued by
scores of fishermen, few
of whom can agree on
what to call it.
Technically, there are
two kinds pf crappies:
black and white. Simple?
Guess again. A black
crappie is silver with black
spots. A white crappie? .
Yep, he's silver with black
spots, too. Experts tell
me you have to count
the spines in the dorsal
fin to tell the difference.
Most crappie anglers will
never know. Clumsily,
we seldom get past three
or four before running
a spine through one or
more fingers. Besides, it's
rather foolish -to sit there
counting fin rays while the
other guy in the boaf is
catching fish.
To further complicate
matters, a crappie isn't al-
ways a crappie. What he is
Depends totally. on where
he is at the time, For
instance, I drive 100 miles
nor"h and he's a "croppy."
Forty miles south, I'm
catching speckled perch
or just plain "specks." He
is a white perch in the




Lake Seminole
Bass fishing is slow
overall. On the Flint River
arm of the lake, seek out
hydrilla mats and grass
adjacent to deeper water.
There, the fish are re-
ported as fair on frog baits.
Flipping the main-lake
grass beds is also recom-
Smended. Fishing at pres-
ent takes much experi-
mentation with lure color
and style. Change baits
frequently until a pattern
is found. "
Crappies are show-.
ing a slight increase in
activity with the overall
lower temperatures and"
the upswing in baitfish
Movement. :
Catfish are active. Morn-
ing and evening are good
times, and live earth-
worms are the best baits:
right now.
Bluegills continue to
bite reasonablywell on
crickets.
Lake Eufaula
Bass fishing is fair with
some moderately good
Schooling activity now tak-
ing place. Sighted schools
may be worked success-
fully with deep-diving
crankbaits. Continue


BobKornegay
Outdoort Columnist
Mississippi Delta, and I've
even heard the occasional
Yankee refer to him as
a calico bass. Finally, in
south Louisiana they pur-
sue sac au lait, meaning
"bag of milk." What we're
dealing with is a fish with
an identity crisis. Small
wonder crappie fishermen
can also be psychologi-
cally imbalanced.
, Crappie anglers com-
plain about a lack of
brush and snags in A lake
because crappies relate
to that type of structure.
Let them find a stump line
or treetop on the depth
finder and they're happy
as cows in clover. Let
them snag a couple of jigs -
in the submerged debris
and they cuss about be-
ing hung up all the time.
Come January,; they'll
load their boats with used
Christmas trees and mo-'
tor out to sink them in a
likely spot where they can
once again get together
to cuss and complain.
Old Freud and his cohorts
would have had a field day
analyzing crappie fisher-
man behavior.
Crappie anglers like to
fish at night. The advan-
tage tothig is that the fish
are often more active and
the fishermen more com-
fortable after sundown.
There's also, a definite
disadvantage. It is called
darkness.
Anyone who grows up


Fishing Report
fishing ledge structure
with Carolina-rigs and use
a frog or popper in grassy
areas. For the best bite in
the grass, fish primarily
during the early morning
hours.
Crappies remain gener-
ally slow, but some activity
is reported on the deeper.
creek ledges. Minnows
fished vertically are the
"besttechnique.
The morning and eve- '
ning catfish bite is fair on
Sthe flats. Use live earth-
worms or cut bait.
Bream fishingis fair to
good on crickets and red
wigglers. .
Lake Andrews/
Chattahoochee River
If the creeks aren't too
Smuddy, venture upstream
and tempt the tbass with
small, lightly weighted
Texas-rig worm in, pump-
kinseed, motor oil, or


With monsters under
his bed and boogeymen
in his closet knows full
well there are things in
the dark that'll get you.
Grownups on the water.-
after dark should realize
this as well. Stumps fast-
rooted along the shoreline
in daylight will uproot
and replant themselves
directly in front of your
boat. Turn on your run-
ning lights and the owls
and bats show up in
droves. It's like Pearl Har-
bor without the noise. The
bas chase mosquitoes
around your head while
the owls chase the bats.
For every crappie caught
night fishing, there are 3
stump punctures in your
boat, 100 mosquito bites
on your arms, and one
long gash across your face
from an errant swipe by a
nearsighted owl.
Yep, crappie fishermen
are strange animals. The
object of their obsession
lures them every fall and
spring in uncanny, drug-
like fashion. Sorry to say,
there is no known 'cure.
Their actions simply must
be tolerated with empathy
and patience.
So, ladies, take heart. If
your spouse is now exhib-
iting what you consider
rather offbeat behavior,
the cause is not likely
male menopause or an ;
extramarital affair. It's just
those darned old crappies
(or croppys or white perch-
or specks or calico bass
or sac au lait). You see,
they tend to bunch up in
shallow water about this
time every year. Just hand
the poor guy his minnow
bucket and let himgo.'
He'll be back in due time.
Maybe.,


similar pattern. Fish vis-
ible cover very slowly. Also,
try jerkbaits and shallow
crankbaits for possible
success.
Bottom-fishing with
earthworms in the creeks
can produce some fair
mixed-bag bream and
catfish catches. Most of
the bream are feisty, hand-
size shellcrackers. The
drift-fishing for bream in
the,main river has slowed
down.
Tailwater catfish have
been fair and the bluff-
wall catfishingis good at
Times, but spotty. Wigglers
are the preferi-red catfish
offering at present.
, Crappies are slow.

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


BUDGET SUMMARY ,
S .. NORTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
S. FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF NORTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT ARE 2.0% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'STOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES,


DESCRIPTION:'
Cash Balances Brought Forward


ESTIMATED REVENUES:
TAXES: Millage Per $1000
Ad Valorem Taxes .04
D.EP WML Trust Fund
Florida Forever Trust Fund
Water.Protection and Sustainabllity Trust Fund
, Permitting and Licensing
Federal Grants
.State Funds
Local Government Units
Investment Earnings'
Timber Sales
Miscellaneous Revenues
Interfund Transfers .,
Total Estimated Revenues, Transfers
and Balances

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES:
Salaries & Benefits
Other Personal Services
Contractual Services
Operating Expenses:
Services
Commodities
Capital Outlay
Grants and Aids
Reserves
Interfunr.Transfers
Total Appropriated Expenditures,
Transfers and Reserves


General Capital Improvement
Fund .& Lands Acquisition


30,390,596
a


845,841


537,051


Lands
Management
8,667,452


Special
Projects Regulation Mitigation TOTAL
,1,053,426 14,943,990 55,592,515


727,316 1,755,844
3,000,000 2,490,545


'951,000
5,470,000,


3,707,638
6,799,265'
170,397


68,000


25,000
2,597,956


21,830
2,000,000
262,050


"1,605,561


350,250

2,556,371

5,000 30,000


36,000
2,258,138 428,197 ______


3,329,001
5,490,545
951,000
5,470,000
350,250
3,707,638
9,355,636
170,397
130,830
2,000,000
323,050
6,889,852


33,927,393 8,569,612 10,951,332 16,662,754 6,119,262 17,530,361 93,760,714


2,150,141
17,992
241,210.

741,888
223,031
394,125
10,000,000
17,226,699
2,932,307


7,375

95,750


3,600

2,100,000
6,360,000

2,887


1,008,844
36,979
863,955

408,086
702,800
139,000
8,000
5,778,831
2,004,837


1,929,294
S56,628
4,890,789


2,596,569
245,605
262,172


409,622
13,799
1,687,719


8,101,845
371,003
8,041,595


179,735 413,200 55,782 1,802,291
230,506 440,786 241,550 1,838,673
186,788 49,500 12,225 2,881,638
8496,060 24,864,060
1,020,237 14,943,990 38,969,757
. 692i954 1,091,193 165,674 6,889,852


S33,927,393 8,569,612 10,951,332 16,662,754 6,119,262 17,530,361 93,760,714


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


MONDAY NIGHT HI ROLLERS
TEAM STANDINGS
Sept. 16
W-L
1) Marlanna Office Supply 6-2
2) Mary's Day Care 4-4
3) Trouble .4-4
4)#1 3-5
5) Adams Funeral Home 1-7
,High Team Hdcp. Game: Mary's Day
-Care 720 1 "
High Team Hdcp. Series: Mary's Day
Care 2015
SHigh Game: Jim Miller 191, Betty
Russell 179
High Series: TomArnold 500, Betty
Russell 480; W
TUESDAY MORNING
COFFEE LEAGUE
TEAM STANDINGS
Sept. 17
WAL
1) James &Sikes 15.5-4.5
2) Kindel Awards 13.5-6.5
3) Family Dentistry 13-7
4) Downhome Dental 12-8
5) Marianna Animal Hospital 10-10
6)#1 -9-11
7) Island Hoppers 9-11
8) Pacers .8-12
9) Jims Buffet & Grill 8-12
High Game: Betty Gibson 186, Calvin
Woodson 213
High Series: Betty Gibson 502,


Bay

Calhoun

Escambia

Franklin

Gadsden

Gulf

Holmes

Jackson


Calvin Woodson 558
High Team Game: Family Dentistry
905
High Team Series: Family Dentistry
3565
TUESDAY NIGHT MIXED
TEAM STANDINGS
Sept. 17
W-L
1) El Rio 12-4
2) Jason's Crew 12-4
3) X-Men 10.5-5.4
4) Ba-Zin-Ga 8-8
5) James Gang 8-'8
6) Backwoods Bowlers 7-9
7) Deadwood 6.5-9.5
8) We're Back 6-10
9) Brantley's Bunch 5-11
10) Oak Creek Honey Bees 5-11
High Team Hdcp. Game: El Rio i004
High Team Hdcp. Series: Jason't
Crew 2906
High Game Hdcp: Theresa Rischar
276; Steve Walter 298
High Series Hdcp: Trudy Pope 703,
Jason Kindelspire 826
High Game Scratch: Jason Kindel-
spire 279, Theresa Rischar 204
High Series Scratch: Jason Kindel-
spire 826, LuAnn 515
WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED
TEAM STANDINGS
Sept 18
W-L
1)2 Pair of Nutz 10-2


2) Big Lots 10-2
3) Whiskey Throttle 9-3
4) Team #1 7-5
5) Kindel Awards 7-5
6) Smith's Supermarket 6-6
7) Kindel Pro Shop 6-6
8) El Sound Machine 5-7
9) 4 Shades of Grey 5-7
10) James Gang 4-8
11) Marianna Wash & Wax 2-10
12) Hump Day 1-11
High Team Hdcp. Game: Smith's
Supermarket 991
High Team Hdcp. Series: 2 Pair of
Nutz 2762
High Game Hdcp: Cricket Moor 264,
Jared Melvin 284
High Series Hdcp: Leah Gilbertson
695, Jeff Kindelspire 747
High Game Scratch: Amie Kain 210,
Jason Kindelspire 258
. High Series Scratch: Amie Kain 530,
Jason Kindelspire 678






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Jefferson

Leon

Liberty

Okaloosa

Santa Rosa

Wakulla

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Washington


NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING



The Northwest Florida Water

Management District has tentatively

adopted a budget for 2013 2014.




This notice is applicable to the

Following counties:.


\ .- -
A public hearing to make a FINAL
DECISION on thd budget AND TAXES


will be held on Thursday,

September 26, 2013, 5:05 p.m., CDT,

at Gulf Coast State College,


,Gibson Lecture Hall,

.5230 West Highway 98,

Panama City, Florida






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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Florida A&M wide receiver Admasen Felix (left) is tackled by Ohio State defenders during the
second quarter of Saturday's game in Columbus, Ohio.

Guiton guides Ohio State

to mismatch win over FAMU


The Associated Pqess
*COLUMBUS, -Ohio
Kenny Guiton again
Starred in place of the in-
Sjured Braxton Miller, set-
ting a school record with
six touchdown passes
- all in the first half -to
lead No. 4 Ohio State to a
76-0 victory against Flori-'
daA&M on Saturday.
It was the most lopsided
Ohio State win since 1935.
The Buckeyes (4-0) need-
ed a total of four offensive
plays and 46 seconds to
go up 21-0 in the open-
ing 6 minutes and never
looked back. It was an
epic mismatch between a
team with national-title
aspirations and a Football
Championship Subdivi-
sion member getting a
$900,000 guarantee.:
FAMU (1-3), which
Suffered its worst loss


ever, trailed. 48-0 be-
fore picking up its initial
first'down in the second
quarter.
Guiton completed 24-
of-34 passes for 215 yards.
His TD passes went to five
different receivers.
The game was Ohio
State's last tuneup before
opening Big Teh play next
week against No. 24 Wis-
consin at home Saturday
night.
SThe last time the Buck-
eyes won by such a, large
margin was an 85-7 victory
over Drake in 1935. They
had not won a shutout by
such a landslide since a
76-0 win at Western Re-
serve in 1934.
The Rattlers' biggest pre-
vious margin of defeat was
73-6 to Tuskegee in 1926.
-They lost to Oklahoma 69-
13 a year ago, and South
Florida 70-17 in 2011. '


The stats were as lop-
sided as the score. Ohio
State had a 34-2 edge in
first downs and a 603.80
differential in yards.
Miller, the Big Ten's of-
fensive player .of the year',
last season and a Heisman
Trophy Aopeful this year,
missed his second game
in a row with a sprained
medial-collateral ligament
in his left knee. He was, in-
jured early in Ohio State's
victory over San Diego
State; with Guiton coming
on and playing extremely
well in that game and last
week's offensive explosion
at California.
Ohio State coach Urban
Meyer had said Miller was
probable to play against
the Rattlers, but he never.
put on his uniform. In-
stead, he wore a warm-
up suit and stood on the
sideline.


Georgia Tech rallies to top UNC


ATLANTA David Sims
ran for 99 yards and two
touchdowns and Georgia
Tech recovered to beat
the Tar Heels 28-20 on
Saturday. .
' North Carolina scored -
the first two touchdowns
and held leads of 13-0 and'
20-7 in the first half.
Georgia Tech (3-0, 2-0
Atlantic Coast Conference)
earned its eighth straight
home win in the series.
North,Carolina (1-2, 0-
1) has not won at Bobby
,Dodd Stadium since 1997. Ebr6n and 24 yards to Sean
OVerall, Georgia Tech has Tapley after a 4-yard sc'or-
won eight of the last nine ing run by Romar Morris.,
in the series: The Tar Heels didn't score
Vad Lee's 1-yard run gave again after Tapley's touch-
Georgia Tech its first lead down catch with 9:18 re-
at 21-20 in the third quar- maining in the first half.
ter. Sims' 6-yard scoring; Renner completed 14-
run added to the'lead early of-29 passes for 218 yards
in the fourth quarter. 'with two touchdowns and
Georgia Tech had 324: one. interception. Morris
yards rushing, including had 11 carries for 54 yards
100 yards on nine carries and one touchdown.
for Robert Godhigh. Lee completed 7 of 12
Bryn Renner threw passes for 104 yards, in-
touchdown passes-of 19 cluding a 21-yard touch-
yards to tight end Eric down pass to Darren


Louisville blows ouiit FIU
S.The Associated Press score in the fourth quar-
ter. Domi.mique Brown,
LOUISVILLE, Ky.--4Ted- Senorise Perry, Michael
dy Bridgewater threw four Dyer and Brandon Radcliff
touchdown passes and, rushed for TDs.
Louisville's defense al- Charles Gaines returned
lowed a school-record 30 the second-half kickoff 93
yards, helping the seventh- yards for a touchdown,
ranked Cardinals blow out and recovered a muffed
Florida International 72-0, punt to set up Bridgewa-
on Saturday. ter's second TD pass in the
It was the highest-scor- .second quarter.
ing game for the Cardinals Meanwhile; Louisville's
(4-0) since a 73-10 vic- defense didn't allow a first
tory over Murray State" in down until early in the
2007. It also matched the second quarter and just
school's fifth-largest mar- two overall.
gin of victory. Bridgewater had', 212
Bridgewater hit DeVante yards on 17-of-22 pass-
SParker for two TD passes ing, part of Louisville's
and Gerald Christian and 464-yard effort against
Eli Rogers for one apiece winless FIU (0-4). It was
before Will Gardner came another efficient per-
on and passed to Mi- formance for the junior
chaelee Harris for another quarterback.


Georgia Tech
defensive
back .
Demond
Smith (left)
hits North
Carolina :
running back
A.J. Blue
during the
first half of
Saturday's
game in
Atlanta.


THE Ht.UC-'IAIU PRL ..
Waller in the second quar-
ter. Lee had 24 carries for
55 yards and a touchdown.



TOWN OFC
THE PROPOSED C
ARE 171
GENERAL FUND
ESTIMATED REVENUE


;A
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ES:


Taxes Millage per $1000.
Ad Valorem Taxes 2.00.
General Fund Carryover '
Occupational Tax ,
Franchise Fees
1/2 Cent Sales Tax
State Revenue Sharing
Discretionary Tax
Local Option Fuel Tax
CST Distribution
.9th 0-ent FUel Tax
OtherFees and Permits '
Parks and Recreation
Fire Protection ,
Fines and Judgements
CC Rentals.
DOT Contracts.
Transfer from VFD
Property Sale
TOTAL GENERAL
DOT Beautification Grant

ENTERPRISE FUNDS:
Water Fund Carryover
Water Revenue
Other Water Sales
Utility Tax
FD Public Safety Tax .
Misc Revenue .
TOTAL WATER FUND
CDBG GRANT '

RED LIGHT CAMERA:
* Judgements and Fines

TOTAL RLC
REVENUE ALL FUNDS

THE TENTATIVE ADOPTED,


BUDGET SUMMARY
kMPBELLTON, FL FY 2013-2014 BUDGET
RATING EXPENDITURES. FOR THE TOWN OF CAMPBELLTON
MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S OPERATING EXPENSES.


$16;522
, $5,000
$3,250
$7,885
$10,047
$'1 1,912
$'18,933
$5,480
$7,959
,$900
$25C
$1,017
$12,500
$93,000
S$300,C
$15,000
$2;400
$45;000C
$260,055
S$60,000


$1,500
$26,776
$1,600
$950
qyornc


GENERAL FUND
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES:
Administrative
S.Law Enforcement "
Building/PE
Fire Dept.
Road and Streets
Recreation/Park
Community Center
STransfer Debt
SSpecial Events
Contingency Fund
TOTAL GENERAL
DOT Grant..

ENTERPRISE FUNDS:
Water Department.
Contingency Fund ,
'CDBG Water Grant
TOTAL WATER

RED LIGHT CAMERA:
ATS Payments
State of FL Payments
Court Contract Salary
TOTAL RLC ,
EXPENSES ALL FUNDS


RESTRICTED FUNDS:


$90,000
$88,000
$10,420
$14,500
$15,000
$1,200
$3,525
$14,660
$1,000
$21,750
$260,055
$60,000..
"',

$32,000
$1T,176
,$596,000
$629,176


$35,000
$35,000
$4,200
$75,000
$1,024,431


$1,600 Water Tower Debt Acc. $3,869.
$33376 Water Tower CD' $2,500
$596,000 State Revolving Loan $7,327
DEP Well CD $8,769
CDBG Water Grant $100
Wastewater Grant Acc. $8,250
$75,000 Fire Truck Loan Acc., $5,356
Fire Truck CD $3,816
$75,000 Loan Reserve CD $38,278
$1,024,431 Communicatiohs'
Equipment Account .. $45,000
AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE


_ OF THE ABOVE TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


College Football


NOTICE OF PROPOSED

TAX INCREASE


,The.Town f Campbellton, FL has tentatively

adopted a measure to increase its property tax levy.


Last year's property tax levy:
A. Initially proposed'tax levy................................. $15,901
B. Less tax reductions due to Value Adjustment Board
and other assessment charges..............................$ -5
C. Actual property tax levy ...... ......... .......... $15,396,

This year's proposed tax levy.,........................$16,522 '


All concerned citizens are invited '


to attend a public heating on the tax


increase to be held on:


... DATE: ..

S September 24, 2013


TIME:

6:00 PM


PLACE:


Campbellton Community Center,
S ; 2336Hwy.2


TOWN:- ...
,-: ' ..
Campbellton, FL



A FINAL DECISION on the proposed

tax increase and the budget will be made
atthis hearing.
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Amie's Mailbox


Dear Annie: I just found out that my
brother, who I thought was in gradu-,
ate school studying to be a teacher, is
actually working as a prison guard. I'm
the only one in the family who knows.
When I phoned him to get the details, he
told me that he'd quit school after one
semester because he never really wanted
to be a teacher. He said our parents bul-
lied him into graduate school when he
had trouble finding work after his college
graduation. Prison guard was the first job
he could get.
I asked him why he is leading this
double life. He said our parents told him
that graduate school was "not nego-
tiable." So he figures they can live with
their delusions. At family dinners, Mom
and Dad ask him about school, and he '
says, "Fine, but dull." Then they drone on
and on about the importance of attend-
ing school since he couldn't find a job;,'
and our grandfather makes a point of
telling him-how easyhe has it compared
to serving in Korea. Like we care. If they
don't want to hear what my brother says,
they'shouldn't ask. '
I agree with him that my parents are
narcissists. They live in total denial of
their kids' lives. For my 30th birthday,
,theygave me a check andsaid, "We
didn't know what to give you since you.
'don't want to go to culinary school." I
never expressed a desire to go to culinary
school. I once taught myself to cook
something, and they became obsessed
with the idea that I should be a chef. I
:have zero interest.
Here's my concern: What happens if my
parents find out about my brother? He
says, "That's their problem.' I wonder if
he's doing this so he can make them look
like idiots when the relatives find out.
'Should I keep his secret?,f
NEWYORK
Dear New Yoric This is your brother's
secret to divulge, not yours. However,
the two of you seem overly focused on
your parents'reaction.,You are both too
old to be doing things behind :their backs
,' or letting them believe things that are ,


ENTEWFRIIT


not true. Please be honest with them
and urgeyour brother to do the same.
If they don't like it, it's time you learned
to handle the fallout. It might be very
liberating.

Dear Annie: I have been with my boy-
friend for a month. We are both young,
and I understand that we may move
apart, but for now, I am struggling with
some questions.
He feels it is OK to smoke pot, although
I know he hasn't done it for a long time
'for my sake. He also thinks it's OKIC to have
sex right away when you date someone.
I strongly disagree with him on both of
these issues. Should I stay, or should I go?
S- NEEDING ADVICE
SDear Needing: Smoking pot.is still il-
legal, except in those states that allow it
with a prescription. It also can be habit
forming, which means it would likely
be an issue for you duringyour entire
relationship. And any guy who pressures
you for sex before you are comfortable
doing so-is not the guy for you. These
are not insurmountable issues, and you
can discuss them openly with him and
see how it goes. But if you continue to
disagree and still feel uncomfortable or
unsure, it's time to let this guy go.

Dear Annie This is in response to
"Judy," who became separated from her
husband while trying to board a shuttle-
bus. When a group gets separated with
some ahead and some behind, the
proper etiquette is for those in front
Sto rejoin the group behind them. Why,
should people who properly queued up
be displaced'by the laggards who weren't.
paying attention?, "
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y.
. Annie's Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy
Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann Landers column.
SPlease email your questions td'anniesrmailbdx@com-
cast.net, or write to: Annie's Mailbox, c/o Creators Syn-
dicate, 737 3rd Street, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254. To'.
find out more about Annie's Mailbox and read features
Sby other Creators Syndicate writers'and cartoonists,
visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.
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Horoscopes
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.
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print and check past
records, and you will
discover what you need
to make a difference.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct.
23) Much that unfolds
during this cycle will be
due to the way you have
handled your personal
dealings.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
22) Let your emotions
flow and vour imagina-


'Bridge


SRobert Byrne, an author and expert North 09-21-13
on billiards (not the chess player), said, ; 6-
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commit suicide by making play that 48 5 42 7 '3
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to rebid three no-trump, notfo.ur South West North East
spades. Assuming West is going to lead 1 ,
a heart, that would give South nine top Dbl. .. Pass .2'* 2 V
trics. 44! Pass Pass. 'Pass
tricks, -, .
In four spades, given thatdummy has Oenin lead 8
the club king, there seem to be 10 top Openig lea d: 8
tricks: six spades, one heart, dne'diamond and two clubs. So perhaps South thinks
that he can take the second trick with his heart king, draw trumps, and claim. How*
ever, drawing trumps would be delayedbecauseWest ruffs the heart king. If West
returns a trump, the contract is dead. Or if, say, West shifts to a diamond, South will
win and play a'heart. NowWest must ruff high and lead his last spade surely not
winan"paya eat. "an
taxing plays to find. : : *
The bidding marks West with a singleton heart. $o South should play a lowheart,
not his king, at trick two. And if East persists with a third heart, South plays low
again. With declarer's 10th winner safe, the contract rolls home..
Stop to consider the alternatives. .

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lEntertainment Brief


Testimony ends
in clvil trial over
Jackson's death
LOS ANGELES -Tes-
timony ended Friday in
a lawsuit claiming the
promoter of Michael
Jackson's planned
comeback concerts
was negligent in hiring
the doctor convicted of
causing the death of the
superstar.


World,
Almanac
TODAY'S HISTORY:.
In 1776, the British
hanged Nathan Hale as
aspy. -
SIn 1862, President Abra-
ham ,Lincoln announced
the Emancipation Procla-
mation, maldking all slaves
in seceding states free as
of Jan. 1,1863.
In 1980, Iraq invaded
disputed territory in the
Persian Gulf; officially
beginning an eight-year
warwith Iran.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS:
Mlchael Faraday (1791-
1867), scientist; Tommy
Lasorda (1927-), baseball
player/imanager; Eugene
Roche (1928-2004), actor;
David Sternm (1942-), NBA
commissioner; Arthur 0.
Sulzberger Jr. (1951-),
publisher; Andrea BoeiII
(1958-), singer; Joan Jett
(1958-), singer; Scott Balo
(1960-), actor..
TODAY'S FACT:
American revolutionary
Nathan Hale's famous last
words, "I only regret that
I have but one life to lose
for my country," may have
been paraphrased from
Joseph Addison's play,
"Cato."


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pillbox
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item
32 NFL events
33 Coast
Guard off.
34Port or
sherry
35 Albatross,
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Closing arguments
were expected to begin
Tuesday, with the case
possibly going to jurors
later next week.
, Lawyers for Kather-
ine Jackson, who filed.
the suit, concluded
testimony after jurors
heard from Michael
Jackson's physician, Dr.
Allan Metzger, andhis
attorney.
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SPORTS


.SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,2013 7BF


A Blountstown runner was tripped up by Gracev


Tigers
From Page 1A,. : ; ., :,


They came put and played well early and.
played a complete ballgame and that was'
what we asked them to do,"' Wise said.
"It's important because our players have
put.so much time and effort into this sea-
son and our coaches have given a lot to
this. season- and obviously it was a very
rewarding win. We wanted to perform
well on both sides of the ball and we were
able to play well in all phases. It felt good
to get back out and have a dominating
performance." .
It also was the fifth consecutive district


Hornets
From Page lA
The teams, exchanged
Stumble's midway through
the period, with Justiri
Lipprd's recovery of one of
three lost Sneads fumbles
Son the night setting up
another Cpttondale score
and another Hall TD.
This time, he took it in
from a yard out to finish off
a nine play, 49-yard march,
Sand McAroy got the two to
put the Hornets up 22-6
with 14.8 seconds before
halftime. ,
Duin provided a spark
for Sneads to start the third
with a 50-yard kickoff re-
turn and later paying it off
with a 7-yard touchdown
run with 9:05 on theclock,
S but the failed two-point
conversion kept it a two-
possession game at 22212.
The SHS defense forced
the Hornets to punt on
theirensuingseries,butthe
Pirates continued to have


A I I MARK SKIN!NER/FLrIDANut;
ille last week.
victory for the Tigers, who went 4-0 in-
league play last year and took the first
step'to defending their title with Friday's
win.
"(Winning in district).was a big empha-
sis this week. We talked a lot about the
importance of getting a win in district
play and making sure that we looked at
this game as the most important game
on our schedule to this point,'." Wise said.
"That was our message all week,"
Graceville will play host to the Freeport
Bulldogs next week before getting back
into league play with a trip to Sneads on
Oct. 4 to take on a Pirates squad that will
be desperate fora win after falling to Cot-
tondale in their league opener Friday. -I


the football and coughed it
up again on their next pos-
session to give it back to
Cottondale at the Sneads
39-yard line.
It took theHornets seven
plays to turn the miscue
into more pOints, with
McAroy finishing off a
tough run to the left side
for an 11-yard score with
1:31 left in the third pe-
riod, and Hall converting,
the two to give Cottondale
a30-12 lead.,
Sneads tacked on one
mare' score late, as Durm
scored his third TD of the
nightwith 1:28 to play, but
the Hornets recovered the
onside kick a'nd ran the
clockout.
Durn finished with 136
yards on 16 rushes to ac-
count for all but 61 of his
team's 197 total yards of
offense. ,
Cottondale ended, the
game with 283 total yards,
with senior Norris Calhoun,
going for 100 yards on, 24
carries and Hall totaling


problems hanging onto ;80 yards on eight attempts


with the threeTDs.
NMcAroy ran the ball 11
times for 55 yards.'
SThe Hornets (3-1) next
will play ,host to Bronson
before traveling to Vernon
on Oct.' 4 for another big
district contest, with a win
all but assuring Cotton-
dale of a return trip to the
postseason. -
"It's huge. We're still out
in front in the district, so
people still have to chase
us, Melvin said of his team.
"But we've still got some big
ones downM the road. This
was a big wri, but we've got
to stay focused as a team
because we've got 'another
tough game next week."
It was a disappointing
loss for the Pirates, who
fall to7i-2 overall and 0-1-in
District with a toughWest
Gadsden Panthers squad
coming to town next week.,
After that will be what
shapes up as the big-
gest game of the season
thus far for the Pirates at
home against district rival
Graceville on Oct. 4.


National Football League


Report: Foster says he
took money at Tennessee.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. Houston Texans
running backAriman Foster says in an
upcoming documentary he accepted
money his senior year at Tennessee.
"Honestly, I don't kn6w if this will
throw us into an NCAA investigation, but
my senior year I was getting money on
the side," Foster says in the EPIX docu-
mentary. "I really didn't have any money.
I had to either pay the.-rent or buy some
/food. I remember the feeling, like, 'Man,
be careful,' but there's nothingwrong
with it. You're not going to convince me
that there is something wrong with it."
Sports Illustrated first reported
Foster's comments in the documentary,
"Schooled: The Price of College Sports."
Foster, who played for the Volunteers


from 2005-08, expanded on his com-
ments Friday after the Texans' practice.

L g the injustice the NCAA
has been doing for years,"
Foster said. That's why I
,said what I said. I'm not
trying to throw anyone.
under the bus or any-
Foster thing like that.'... I feel
like I shouldn't have to
run from the NCAA anymore. They're
like these.big bullies. I'm not scared of
them." :
Andrew Muscato, a producer of the
documentary, said Foster didn't specify
how much money he received orwho
paid him during the four-hour interview
in February. ,

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Cemetery Plots: (2) side by side
Memory Hill Hwy 52 "Gardenof Devotion"
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479-8277 Mon thru Fri 8 to 6- Sat 8 to 2
Car Stereo Sales/Installation
(Pioneer, Memphis, Kenwood)
Lifetime Warranty
Window Tint $89 front two windows
Cars & Trucks $189
SUVs $250 SUVs Ceramic Tint,
Tint-Removal, Car Wash/Details
Rock Bottom Audio and Tint


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September 28th & 29th
National Peanut Festival Building*
Hwy 231 S. Dothan, Alabama
Over 275 Tables*i
Sat. 9-5 0 Sun. 10-4
Call 334-279.9895

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



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Trumpet, Flute, Clarinet, Trombone,
Drnuns, Hells Sax, Violin, Guitar
from $27.30 Month or $269,,CASH
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Hospital Bed electric with mattress, good
cond. $350. 850-569-2697.


Large gray bobI-tailiedcat
Bhas gone missingin Laver.
Hills. He. is approximately 14
lIbs.. He answer- to the name
Brutus and is extremely af-
Sfectionate and friendly. He
did have a break-away collar
on when he disappeared on 12 July 13. If any-
one has seen him or knows where he"is please
call 334-449-1422 or334-446-1005. ** A RE-
WARD WILLBE GIVEN FOR HIS SAFE RETURN **
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AKC Reg. Boxer Puppies
,wormed &shots
S fawn W/black mask & sealed brindle.
6-Male / I-F female I$600. ea. 334-494-4620
4 Also pictures upon request
CKC Shih-tzu Puppies: 4 sweet baby girls. First
shots, wormed & vet checked. Come and pick
out your puff ball today! $400. Call or text Ann
334-587-2632. Email dasheeses@yahoo.com


FOUND female med. size multi-color on
Lawerence Rd. ner Cypress 850-573-1804
FREE: Lab mix puppies 2/M & 2/F. 850-209-7047
N, wTaldng eposit on Papillon(F),
,Sho0Ides, Yoies& Maltipoo
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'a ^ Peanuts
Weilso have
shelled peanuts
850-352-2199
850-209-3322 or 859-573-6594
A 4128 Hwy 231

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Refrigerator Frigidaire $150; Freezer: upright, .
Kenmoore $50; Microwave $10 850-482-3365 "
Western Sadie & SadIe bags exc. cond. '" '
$250. 850-482.-4455



SCFA Registered Persian Hintalayan n HOME GROWN, FRESH
born 6-21, litter trained and ready for thier new Shele", .,maoe loclhoney
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U pick Muscadines
SMaria's Vineyard 3940 Fortner St.
in Dothan .' Call 702-0679 4.

Horse Quality Hay, barn kept 719'S. Ball St
Slocomb, AL 334-886-7034 or 706-741-0856
Sqaure and Round Bales Will Deliver
Top Quality-Coastal Bernuda Hay.
Sfor Horses and .Cattle- large.Rolls.
Ferilized & Weed Control ,
850-209-9145- 4-
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TREES TREES
TREES
12 ft.tall 30 gal.
containers
$49.95 ea. 10 or
more $39.95


Live Oaks, Crape Myrtle, I
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,Must have HS diploma or
GED with -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 Glass 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 avalid 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.
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Per month AFTER expenses

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River Valley Rehabilitation
Center Is now hiring:

Weekend House Supervisor. RN
Part Time 7a-7p

House Supervisor. RN
Full Time 7p-7a

RN's /LPN's
PRN, 7a-7p and 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, l. 32424
Ph: (850) 674-5464
Fax: 674-9384
Email:,rvhrc@southemltc.com
Drug Free Workplace- Safe Minimal Lifting
.Environment An EEO/AA Employer M/F/V/D
~LPN-

Must be a High School
graduate, licensed as a
Practical Nurse by the
State of Florida, certified
by American Red Cross inl.V. fluid thera-
py. Must have a valid FL drivers license
prior to employment. Must have 1-2 years
experience as an LPN.
Starting Salary: $27,303.00/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.


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Cedar Creek Apartments 1BR/1BA $500
Appliances, lawn care & pest control included.
Must be 62 or older or disabled. Call 850,352-
3878 or email cedarcreek@nchousing.net


1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own
Lot rent included. For details
850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4


SHOS & NSRUCIO


3BR/28A single family home w/garage and big
back yard. Located in great neighborhood.
$700/month and $50p dep. CR & A required.
Call 954-445-2451 for appointment..
*Austin Tyler& Co *
Quality Homes & Apartments
1* 850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business'
Clean 3br/lba home in town, nice neighbor-
hood $750. mo. + $750. dep. 1 yr. min. lease
NO PETS. Ref/Req 850-482-2370


2/1 MH in Alford $360. mo. $360. dep.
850-579-8882/850-209-1664/850-573-185L1
2/2 MH South of Cottondale Central Heat/Air,
$500. + dep. & 2/1 MH H/A $450. + dep. water&
lawn care is furnished. 850-352-4393/ 209-4516
2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale.
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included.
http:// www.charloscountryliving.com.
S850-29-8847 _,.
2BR 1BA at Millpond $495 + dep. very nice,
water/sewer/lawn maintenance included,
*4 access to pond, No pets 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.
Includes water, garbage & pest maint.
$360. Mo 0 850-573-0308 4

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1000 sq. ft office space available in Marianna.
$700/mo including utilities. 850-526-3668

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Coffee County, AL-80 acres -$150,000.
5 miles Northwest of Elba. Good timber
investment/hunting property with-planted pine
and hardwood/creek. View other properties in
Coffee, Henry, Barbour, Pike & Monroe @-
afmlandsales.com or call Chuck Mathis at
850-258-1605 Lic. Real Estate Broker


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.
See Pictures on: '
For Sale By Owner Listing 23321125
Contact Donna Morgan 334-674-1157 or
missdmorgan@yahoo.com
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21' Runabout, Cuddy Cabin 5.0 liter V8,2005.
Very low hours and clean, new custom cover.
Full' factory enclosure. $15.995. 334-714-5433


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Bass Tracker 1982 16 ft. 40 hp Mercury motor,
2 elec. anchors, 2 fish locators, new trollin
motor, just been tuned up, new water pump
w/ many extras. $2800. 334-618-1983.
Chaparral 15ft Walk Thru Windshield Boat bot-
tom re-fiberglass, with 80HP Mercury, needs
water pump, good trailer $1,250. Call 334-790-
5370
& TRAV -TAILERS


Allegro Motor Home 2001 Ford VI0,33ft.
with 2 slides, 41K miles; Very Clean,
300nnn t334-7q7-4777 stnred inside building


Forest River 2012, 28ft. Salem Cruise Lite, one
slide-out, queen bed plus two bunk beds, like
new, parked in Eufaula at Waterfront Fishing
Campground, selling below wholesale, $12,000
765-661-3795




JEEP 1994 WRANGLER, 4 cylinder, 5 speed, 4
wheel drive: 86K miles $4,750 Call (334)695-
2945
AUTSFRS ALE
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.
iChevy 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
Ford 1996 Taurus GL Wag-
on. loaded, cold air, good
tires, extra clean, only
30.000 miles, $3695. Call
334-790-7959.
Ford 2002 Explorer: 8 passenger, green with tan
leather interior, bluetooth stereo, recent tune
up and oil change, 212k miles $3,800 OBO
Call for questions or to make offer 334-585-
5288 or 334-618-0857
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.
GOT BAD CREDIT?
-4 $0 Down/lst Payment,
STax, Tag & Title Pass
I L Repo pass bankruptcy
-- SLOW CREDIT OK
Ask About $1000. off at time of purchase.
-, Call Steve Pope 33403-9550
Honda 2008 Odyssey EX-L.
B 78,800 miles. 3.5L V6, Auto,
fully loaded, Aluminum
gray ext. Tan leather int.
,: ".T i i Entertainment/DVD, in-
dash navigation. Fold flat 3rd row seats: Rear
power sliding 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


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Fire Line Plowing Burning
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Mercury 2003
Mountaineer: Very well
maintained SUV. All wheel
drive. Fully equipped with
all options. $6,500. Call 334-790-1233

Nissan 2012 Versa. Gas Prices Going Up, Get
Great Fuel Mileage, $250 down, $250 per
month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243
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
Pontiac 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.
i Volvo 2008 C30 T5 (turbo)
61,000 mi. Leather seats,
power seats & windows,
heated seats, Sunroof.
Bluetooth, navigation,
AM/FM radio, CD player, keylessentry. Great
cond. $17,500. 334-477-6831 or 334-477-6839


t2002 Harley-Davidson
Sportster XL1200C Cus-
tom. Excellent condition.
Screaming' Eagle II exhaust
Saddlebags & cover includ-
ed. Beautiful bike. $5,000.
Contact 440-213-7702.for moreinformation.
H-Honda 2006 VTX 1300RS:
black, like new, water
cooled, shaft drive, only
7200 original miles $5,000.
Call 334-648-6166

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Westgate Pkwy. Original
owner. Brown/tan leather
seats. Loaded. 95,300 mi.
a4 brand new tires Priced
below blue book. Excellent
condition. $19,800. Call Todd 334-596-2925.
Hyundai 2006 SantatFe V-6, 72,300 miles, good
condition, silver in color, $10,000 334-464-7552.
JEEP 2000 Grand Cherokee 4x4, blown engine,
rest in excellent condition $1,000 334-232-4751


Ford 2000 FI1O extra cab, 4-doors loaded,
automatic, 178,000 miles, new tires, runs great
55,500. FIRM 334-596-9966


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LF160246

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION DIVISION:
CASE NO.: 32-2012-CA-000160
WELLS FARGO BANK; NA,
SPlaintiff;

vs. ,

SUMMERS. DURDEN, et al,
Defendant(s).

AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant toahn "
Amended Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclo-
sure dated September 10, 2013 and entered in
Case No. 32-2012-CA-000Q160 of the Circuit
Court of the FOURTEENTH Judicial Circuit in
and for JACKSON County, Florida wherein
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA is the Plaintiff and
SUMMER S DURDEN; MICHAEL PALMER: are
the Defendants, The Clerk of the Court will sell
to the highest and best bidder for cash at
NORTH DOOR JACKSON COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE, MARIANNA, FLORIDA at 11:00AM, on
Sthe 10th day of October, 2013, the following de-
scribeJ property as set forth in said Final Judg-
m e n t: : ,.. ,

COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT
(BLANK) KNOWN AS MARKING THE SOUTH-
WEST CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER
OF SAID SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 29,
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 7 WEST, JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND PROCEED THENCE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 03 SECONDS
WEST ALONG THE SOUTHERN BOUNDARY OF
THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SOUTH-
EAST QUARTER FOR A DISTANCE OF 88.0 FEET
TO AN IRON BAR AND METAL CAP 3266 MARK-
ING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF A 4.87 ACRE
TRACT FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 03 SECONDS
WEST FOR A DISTANCE OF 192.2 FEET TO A
BLANK CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE
NORTH 01 DEGREES 23 MINUTES 12 SECONDS
WEST FOR A DISTANCE OF 541.5 FEET TO AN
IRON PIPE MARKING THE SOUTHEAST CORNER
OF THE EASTERLY ONE ACRE LOT; THENCE
NORTH 22 DEGREES 20 MINUTES 05 SECONDS
EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF 210.0 FEET TO A
* CONCRETE MONUMENT 679 ON THE SOUTHERN
BOUNDARY OF A 200 FOOT WIDE RIGHT OF
WAY KNOWN AS STATE ROAD NO.10 (US.
HIGHWAY.90); THENCE SOUTH 67 DEGREES 37
MINUTES 40 SECONDS EAST FOR A DISTANCE
OF 75.23 FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT
SRD R/W; THENCECONTINUE SOUTH 67 DE-
GREES 37 MINUTES 40 SECONDS EAST FOR A.
DISTANCE OF 337.96 FEET TO AN IRON BAR AND
METAL CAP 3266 MARKING THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID 4.87 ACRE TRACT; THENCE
SOUTH 23 DEGREES 55'MINUTES 00 SECONDS
WEST FOR A DISTANCE OF632.91 FEET TO SAID
POINT OF BEGINNING.

A/K/A 7743 HIGHWAY 90, SNEADS, FL 32460-
4081 .

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

WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court
on September 11,2013.


/s/ Dale R. Guthrie
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: Tammy Bailey
Deputy Clerk -

Ronald R Wolfe & Associates, P.L
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F11036024 WELLSLPS-SPECFNMA-Rtdavis-
Team 1 F11036024
**See Americans with Disabilities Act
If you are a person with a disability who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, ydu are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the ADA'Coordinator by mail at
P. 0. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 or by
phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days
before your scheduled court appearance, or
immediately upon receiving this notification if
the time before the scheduled appearance is
IleSs than seven (7) days. If you are hearing im-


paired, please call 711.L I ldI|

ADA Coordinator
P.O. Box 1089
Panama City, Florida 32402 -. .
Phone: 850-747-5338 Fax: (850) 747-5717
Hearing Impaired: Dial 711
Email ADARequest@judl4.flcourts.org


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 p 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 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 gbal
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

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 ofthe
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,
Tamipa,;: Florida 33607, Phone (813) 2861711, Fax
(813)'636-2400. There is a $75.00 charge forthe
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 *'
SBid.

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%o) 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 7o 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 Mariannalreserves the right to
waive any informalities or irregularities in or
reject any 'or allbids and to award or refrain
from awarding the Contract for the Work.
. Dated: September'15'and 22,2013
* By: City'of Marianna

LF160247 .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 13-00710-CA
JUDGE: GAY
IN RE: Forfeiture of: One (1)2002 Harley
Davidson VIN: 1HD1FLW1X2Y612889
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PROCEEDINGS

ALL PERSONS who claim an interest in the fol-
lowing property, 2002 Harley Davidson, VIN:
1HD1FLW1X2Y612889, which was seizedbe-
cause said property is alleged to be contra-
band as defined by Sections 932.701 (2)(a)(1-
6), Florida Statutes (2012), by the Department
of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Division


of Florida Highway Patrol, on or about July 26,
2013, in Jackson County, Florida: Any owner,
entity, bona fide lienholder, or person in pos-
session of the property when seized has the
right within fifteen (15) days of initial receipt of
notice, to contact Peter N. Stoumbelis, Senior
Assistant General Counsel, Department of
Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, 7322 Nor-
mandy Boulevard, Jacksonville, Florida, 32205,
by certified mail return receipt requested to
obtain a copy of the Complaint and Order Find-
ing Probable Cause filed in the above styled
court. .


P LO P p ly;tlv te Iff-GREAT WOODED
I .... -- ...LOTS IN DOGWOOD
/ HEIGHTS! Several
.. ... ...- .. -- lots to choose from.
\/ //..._../ / Located on Donna
V /- / / Drive are 2,' 1.20
................ Acre lots for $17,000
EACH.' Located on
Paulk Road ip 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 Marianna High School and in an established neighborhood!
i5 BEDROOMS 4 BATH
WITH e36e Sa FT & 8
ACRESIt Stunning Kitchen
with a center island and
lots of cabinets Relax
In the. sunroomi 22x15
Formal Living room has
oarchways and a'fireplalce
Iand beautiful hardwood
floors. 26x15 Family room
has a built in bookshelf and
P .firepla-F t1-11' P-l -nri
Pool area. 2 bedrooms on thea first floor, one Master bedroom, ,h',,a .. ., r ...
secondary bedrooms and another master bedroom wtllh an'8xS office area. There is
a game room off of the 4th bedroom. full Basement which Is the Perfect "Man Cave",
Below ground pool area has a nice Pool House complete with Showers! MLS #248670.
PERFECT HOME FOR
YOUR LARGE FAMILY!
HI Great 4 Bedroom 2
S'Bath home with almost
m1700 sq ft under Ari
Large Living room
H has beautiful original
B hardwood floors! The
HMaster bedroom also has
Hardwood floors, and the
Other 3 bedrooms have
Shardwo undearrtha carpet. Family room that can be easily converted to another
bedroom if needed Great Spacious 1.80 acres! MLS #248281.
LOCATED IA I
GRACEVILLE ON
A CORNER, Cozy.o
3 Bedroom 2 Bath
'- "home With approx,
1300 sq HI under airl
Vinyl Siding with
no Malntenance
STneededl Home has
a metal roof;, a21x6
Back Porbh e and a 27x10 Front porch to relax ong Wood Floors I side
homef This won'tlast long so call today! SOLD AS IS.
ALL THE BELLS AND
WHISTLESI This 4
Bedroom 3 Bath home
thase a verything. You want
cand morel Over 2800 sq ft
aUnder Air, with a Gorgeous
-- Sunroom with 18'It,
Ceilings with Windows
..from Ftoor to ceiling
overlooakng the backyordf
The Family Room Boasts
18 ft ceilings.buit--in '
entertaiomost center and a granite see thru tireplace. The Main Kitchen ISs a dmoret
Granite qountertopo and a center island with tota of cabinretslBUT,. You can never
touch the main kitchen and doall your cooking Inlthe 2nd Full private kitchen. ThEre isa
2 car attached garage with a bonus rosm which has central air and the detached garage
is large enough to store your toys There Is another bedroom over the detached garage.
The GORGEOUS back patio is perfect for entertaining your guests!l
COMPLETELY
REMODELLED
2 BEDROOM 1
BATH HOME! The
Kitchen is openf
to the living area
and has stainless
Steel appliances,
flat top stove, new handmade countertops and cabinets.
Original hardwood Floors throughout with No carpeting!
Remodeled. Bathroom! Large 1 acre lot has a huge
backyard! Central Heat and air with all new duct work!
MLS#248385
WArERFRONT trnr,
located on MeaLS Mill
Pond! Cozy 2 Bedroom
1 bath home with
1080 sq overlooking
lake,! Large Backyard
with deck -perfect for
relaxing! Kitchen and
-baths have had some
.. .updates! Living room
eand Master bedroom overlook'thewaterl Fireplace in living rnoml Private
driveway to home! Cdll today for your personal showing I MLS #247509.
VERY ATTRACTIVE HOME.
INSiDa AND BuTI4
Bedrooms 3 1 2 Baths with
almost 2700 sq fI under airt
Relax on the wraparound
0:sr, ,, .. h',r ,eu'.S .


Floor and stalirt The kitchen is large with plenty of snuerto, rdae r A r,,U .U,"'ik ',.
center island ad Tbreakfast area! The master bedroom overiool: rI It!,rro.c.I,
conditionaed gamemosmhedIom and hff bath over the detechEa, i.>]- ML OII
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can be the perfect place for youIII M LS #248115. A skini; i P'l ."..,
YM PERFECTOCOUNTRY
HOME ON 2 ACRES
L,,,ge 3 Bedroom
? Al, thhome with
.,r1]00 sq ftl
Amexnon the Large
Front porb:h with'
a private setting
Large Kitchen with
Huge pahlntryl Newer,
, central a/c & heating unftl Some windows have been replaced
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ii LOA O24US ACR

IN GREENWOOD ON FORT
ROAD. Large 4 Bedroom 3
Bath Brick home and a 3
car garage; Over 2900 sq
it with a large living room,,
E M- ~updmatd kitchen'antq


SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES
4630 Hwy. 90 *' Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2891
Each Offi0e d is pendpendi tl Owned md Opeoated
SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER


Ed McCoy, Realtore
Cell-(850) 573-6198
-www.emccyrealty.com
emccoy02@yahoo.com


i GRAND RIDGE -
Three -bedroom brick home
nestled on lovely 1:5-ocre
'laondscaped yard wth (churm
link fencing on paved road.
MIS 248713 w $69,900.
PRICED UNDER
APPRAISED VALUE
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MLS 248712 $118,900
NEW HOME
SCENTI fout bedrogre
home has beef, cmplelely,
i18nuvdtied Also te rtJe, a
guertt t,:,u a otehed to he
side with sepatale erifrtrire.
AMIS 248691. $130,000.
S246 $500 FIVE -BEDROOMS
n BIGII -L.r l hh..,
wilh mcny f,.',,, ,L' "" ,rt,
v~~~oeulfed/, teot T,, rrr ',In,,,.,T l,,, ,U
" "'' .wood octineb, lau,[,f ,iit,, b uuu. u..us,,
MSb"'li8ra and more.A0. o J. .;
'time in your own pol orat Ihe neayt

MLS 248677 $745,000.
ENCORE. -,,,,-,d
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MLS 248643 $799,000.'









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lead to rie dhe trut ,u tot rt rl0jrg
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MLS 248591 S94,900.
THE LONGEST
YARDI 80i tOner wiTh well
buil i TWORi, rACIAnTrg agor'
carpmln ea'ot wnifp o0*I
wtli .ell houiue hid 40 care
CAL EDMCC0Y 850.-53-ai8
FOP. DMIMS.
MLS 24077m7 $249,000
MOVE-IN READY.
V6d1Y rshe btiW1. 117m1 .
'e' 'tireli r, t sr itr'i, Now AC,
wood cabrets a; kitch~n, latgw
Family Torwo rrhd a detoahd
metal dcoul ta0pid Very rrirce
l1ndscap;irg
MLS 248524 S109,900.
Pat Furr
Reallor
850.209.8071
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MLS.#248451 e S41,a000

Nan Harkleroad
REALTOR-ASSOCIATEa
850.526.2891
Narninnea @hotmail.com


Beautuli ive arte tbuildiig lol. Paved mrod frontage Beautful big homes
in area. Previous owner conveyed restticions, 2,000 s.f. homes h/cooled .
oreg Tir, Level lond with a fw sma lires Peady for dream home
1MS# 248693 $30,000 .


Solid well built home 3bedroom/1.5boAtswlols of updates. One car
garage,metal storage shad and ut ilty shed. On one acre and close to
town. Hardwood flooRsdouble pane windows,screened front porch.
MLS# 248756 *$76,900
Century 21 Easter Seas fee
refshg partyand "rv4e
for mpht. set af Chsnts
armmea~ts..
Wlmer, Sue Dihmrel,


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Jackson County Floridan Sunday, September 22, 2013- 11 B


4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2891
Each Office IsI1 Inede itly Owned aMd Opnetled
SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER


Ouida Morris
REALTOR
Broker/Ownqr


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o^Husv-w7-i i U.j

M OH ONLY
MINUTES ,I TO
TOWNI Country home
in pfiate and quiet location.
Ranch style 3 bedmrooms, 2 bath
-oand attached garage.
MIS 248732 $65,000 -
OH, IT'S MOVE-
IN READY! Well
maintained home located in
town. Spacious rooms and large
back yard.


MLS 2486.99 ,$90,300.
JM CON LRAT' OH, HERE'STWO
I FOR ONE PRICES -
11re. inaone house and use second
fr gouet r rental hoee. Some
rep Irsneeded.
MLS 248664 $19,900.
OH, WHAT A
HOUSEI -'Cedar 4
bedroom;' 3 bath located
on 3.5 acres. Many, Many
Custom Features.

,MiS 248634 $'224,900'
REDUCED WHAT ABIG
REDUCTIONII Great
huy on this 3 bedroom home
locad e shaded lat" a i i
clse to local amenities.

MLS 248263 $47,900.
....E OH, NEED. MORE
SPACE? Spacious home
withv.4 bedrooms, detached
carport and located"on extra
large lot, that goes from street
tostreet.
MLS 248622 '$61,900. -
- U OH;," WHAT 'A
GREAT LOCATION I
S OOVeat home located in nice
gqlflng community. Large
rooms, garage With stage area
and shaded back yard.
MLS 248594' *$134,900.
RED CEDOH, THIS ONE
HAS A LAKE
VIEW! ,Itu,j6 tyie
tmrwn. e druf ,i eo h
hu-.f'e g 0 ,,)r-h el!, a v.ew
of Compo es ta b".11 o,,t
gazebo oof I, K4 1 th11 t6ern
MLS 248514 $88,000.
BeelT, homas.,
Retiahr'
Clarice Boyetle
Realtog
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S1home where no expense wes spared.
E U Features include Coridon counters in
kitche -and baths, stainless steel
eio ipl',, ,nId llllty L'f o0l,,, i ,,
H Ihi hen ,,ih, hit'dryer, y'ilOr sin)o
i"i, l giij t nur y tiwilnitj and pl.itror'ri
blIind lu J;.-i r.b ofii hiir 1 t d uo lu'i i l blt ':P .iyl ii"ll0.0 0 11 1 ill
sl.l or.i,] neripy vlu i wmiii'nlw: mTli' a, fTnO. -fIi etrh,:,e,;r All riiiti od mi e
on. luvely i ],ii. lpld yiild (oll Bvlvy rioiliy 1i, yupi ,i ,r.,id I viiAiy ,'J 6I i.
uut'irrfd, hi'iTf
MLS248415 $159,900.

,' ; l ~Debbie Roney Smith, *
Realtor"
SReato 850-209-8039
debbieroneysmith@
S-embarqmail.com
REDUCED 'FOR SALE OR LEASE.
CALL -DEBBIE DIRECT
850.209.8039 FOR LEASE
INFO.* 3BR/2BA, Updated
home in the city limits of
-9 Marianne. Close to hospital,
schbols, college and shopping.
MLS 210709 $ ',150P,000
Three Bedrooms One full both
S& One halht $iin Master Bdrm.
SBrick ranch in town mne in read'
condition. Recent interior point
and finished addition good use
as a 4th bedroom or use as family
room office.
MLS 246566,$ $89,000 Or BEST-OFFER
Upgraded newer emoufasoered
home 2310 SF H/C Built in 2006
with 4Blt/2BA on 28.3 accms close
'to Grand Ridge and 1.10. Spring
fad stacked pond. Property is
Fended & Cross Fenced for,Horses
& Ctle. Comer Location.
MLS 247071 4:$189,90.0
. .Cusdom Built'3B1/2BA newer
home with ever 2500 SF living'
4:,oce on over 1 0acr. Split
enw fo&r plan. Great room
vi wood huming firehiace,high
ingic&recess lighting, custom
tchen. Dream master bthreom.
MLS 248516 a $250,000


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
tapk, Being sold "AS IS." $75,000 MS #248497
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2 B R/2 BA Mobile home. on'2 fenced acres. Paved roads,
3 metal storage buildings, one converted into living,
quarters. Generatouhfor Mobile home. Animals welcome.
Possible owner financing,- 20% down, 6% interest for 5
years w/credit report. $49,900 MLS #248500


xcucentn, loucaton;,
this older home sits
across from Indian
Springs entrance.
House appears to have a good roof, block construction,
fenced-in back yard, sits back off the hwy with small
storage bide out back. Priced at $59,500 MLS#'248666


filyra e b /lg honame in
Marianna. Beautiful
simulated hardwood floors,
newer interior paint, doors,
updated cabinet hardware
L and-appliances. Has Ig
family rm, kit/dr combo & sm storage building. Home qualifies for FHA,
VA and RD. Seller willing to pay closing costs of 1st time homebuyers Why
rent when you can have your own home. Priced at $77,500 MLS# 248418


the edge of Greenwood,
FL, approx. 7 n. from
Marianna and 2.5 rin.
to Dothan, AL. Well kept
3BB/1.5BA, hardwood, tile, and carpet floor, fireplace, LR & den, new vinyl
siding, big fenced back yard, lee storage bidg, 4 lge fig trees, all on 1.14 acres.
Motivated $eller!, Bring all offers. Priced at just $105,906! MLS# 248387 .

This 3BR/2BA hes been:
completely renovated! Kit.
has granite countertops,
many cabinets & oll appi.
Home, hoo many unique
features and a wrap-around porch. A Ige screen TV & washer/dryer stay.
Hn. .,' ." i, n., ,.,ti. wi. i ]..t ...'l '.),. Lots of parking and outdoor
5iu.a : r. ,. i, j i ,.i v, i, 1..i, M LS # 247837 '


Th is dl ean '3/2 brick 'I it. cBArO Paos or. 9J!./
home is movn-in ready! -(R s ES .:n .- : 1 ,-.. :..:,
All new paint, clean' .a-, ... .. : -.'li
c 3I pls, split. MBR aW6 i-,,, h .'n, ,.. l .d
Mariana On a quietly deadend street is this 3 BR/2BA home, plus an smdesign, careetain bdrms., i -.a po-nd anih..-i-Z an
en beautiful hardwood floors in LR, DR and great room. ge kitchen & sandan this property, and
unheaed ounts room. ei H&A 7 moths d. Oak floors, soine covered plenty of cabinets. Landscaped w/palms and azaleas. Outside I. you are looking tafor serenity this Is i The open floorpan I s great for family
with carpet. One car garage. 2 meal storage buildings. Large shadey lot is storage shed. This is a great buy only $149,500. MLS# 248308 gttget8r is 3/2s p rpla entofm h
fenced n bek Gret for children or pea. $75,000 MLS #248790n that garden, or for children and grandchildren to enjoy the country life. "Easy
befenced isns ofa Great ftir nildren tr eelSo. 575,08I S 89) e M_ 47 access to -10 for a drive to Marianna, Tallahassee, or the beautiful white sand
.. .. .. .. ... . .beaches of Panama City and Mexico Beach. M152248745 $u1 s' s
Beautiful executive' TT L Er N Tuild ON
III ." GOLFERS Build
home in Spring'your-dream home
Chase! 3BR/3BAwith close to Magnolia
3000' of living space. Oalks Golf Course
.ir, Marianna.
TooiT'nmavy extras to list! Nicely-landscaped with a private Heawly wooded
b'rkyard, Thi is a great buy at only$199,r000: MLS#248082 residential 1.09 acre Ios across from golf course
S' b od Deed restricnons apply 1r.00 minimum sq. ft. Los
___________________________________ shares.1/9 irnt.,ress in 10 210 acre of common area
oautbhern plantatione Dwith access o i o r d MpondNLS 24096.2 $556.000
style home in prestigious i"r COUNTRY LIVING
Indian Springs Sub. . .' -. AT ITS BESTI 20
This 4BR/2.5BAbnr home 't c n renoer, aouro
S 75 0is waterfront on Lake P r ri,1.v'_a c: y., bu t
---- 5Osceola. Has Ige porches, in-ground poolw'/newl liner and many property isk' justa
extras, ,'Seller will allow up to $18a 0 t0w/arew fleer fand many short distance: off
todaJJ Iof paved, road, and
Marianna -- Approximately ,hacre lot with 149 tin' grades.Makeyr5appointmenttoday!p $225,08 MLS 248285 c;ndp poe d o property. A
beautiful sett'ing for Mobile.Home,.or t-o ould your
north Jefferson zoned mixed used. Could be residential, tOtrasY SplierVwill $18hOS oet.ward' aewIrhet anyt- a t
apartments/duplex or business. City utilities. 2 BRoldk half wooded With mostly oak and some ine.- Lots
hos.en.od.S.S.MS,,.,l.lJIe, i'n' ",. of, wildlife here as Woell, _MS 247803.Sm9,000
house being sold "AS IS". MILS #247182....TURNKEY BUSiNESSII
0rMO1BILE HOr.1E
thp,%nao.&I "e~ PARK IN *QIIIBT
A... .rv-'53. NEI'G H BOR H 00D
,,4- 16,F-en,., I. ll , I MCrCenvocjd' rocert,
currently at 90% plus
occupancy. Most'sr, arts, hae biter,. at the oprk fr many
Cate f.,,n Wlr, !4. years.,Cur.rent income potential Return On investments
acr,. Ir~ue ,d 10-12 percent less minimal expenses. Just purchase and
Td ra hlt I start collecting income MLS 247807 $135,000
2330 sq. if, matnai c ri:., ,
new ortdl. Fen,.dad ACERAGE NEAR
cros,-lenced, 4w ,CHIPOLA RIVER.
el wn, l-2 ,- a"ola This.9acrdparcelin
WellmaetndIe2 B a" a i30lcre a' m1 ', havcif, e C,13.0Marianna is close to
BA mobile bame ;n o *,,,anapie e ne ,'al ,, .n .'A i i ,a 1,i5i n. J C o g a tIL ] a boat landing,'and
country sellirgarhe mn., I-has view of the.
ct attin masr .Chinola River. It is in


bedaoom nas a walK-in I '
closet. All appliances included. Most of property is chain-link fenced, .7
ac lot s cross fenced with large garden space Open shed 18A15, storage
bldg. I 2B Fronil and back porch Reduced to S25,900. Bling Offers!
MLS 7247915


Three buildings Marianna Old store building, house and
garage apartment on i acre MOL, Roads on 3 sides (2 are
paved)zoned commercial. Would be good for apartments, auto
repair, H/A conditioning business, ect. Lots of room for parking
or expason Selling I is". $95,000 MLS #248793
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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 MIS #248792


'' i IConservation, grandfathered, in, and can support
-,WOWI in' U .e It,0 I one home, or could possibly be purchased for.a
BR!21A bic., r,,,mie wI Ibait shop; the seller will pay for a site evaluation.
"-' || H H" "city witer & s-plic, alltI Make-an offer today. MLS 242233 $10 900 '
new i ile .lth':rirnp Ot RE'U'E' REOUCE I! OW NER'
window, newer rof I ,VWILL PAY CLOSING
'. '.-e, n', t 'ti "" eplaL firel' "r 'e "tr'alCOST UP TO $3,000
yet n' rlri ,h I l 'j i II .FOR' LBUYERI This
'c.,, gl reat r .TI' lur. e.'lrl3(ri.g IaNi Sr garq e Ih. 'otller ..mobile home is In a
bhas applied for short sale. Offers will have to have final, approval quiet retirement area
-in Milton, i-ioridaa
from the seller's lender. Bring all offers. $99,900 MLS# 248097 comeifornthe season
or to. stayl Enjoy the
seclusion-picnic In
your own yard- yet just a short drive to Navarrej Santa
,. ,,,' h.1 I,, ,, Rosa and beautiful ;beaches. Closd to Pensacola for
i.. ,iU .1 i,,,O 'I Hospitals, Universities, Eglin Air Force Base, and Pensacola
Ia ltti'I le; iT," l I. Regional Airport. 2 bedroom 2.bath, large covered porch,
1530', Has bpPri completely 1 2 x 20' storage building closet. MLS 247879 $74,000
BUILD YOUR
cotdiim, .1v* .-031 foit l DREAM HOME. This
Come'. F, .. ', l,l,,t, hlf -.ilN: e. 1t d.. s. f Fr i' s ..' ,'r 7 1/2 acre wooded
Culiil.iih i 'r1 i nm.i ,.i ... .II. t',lici ,l.., property is the ideal
I',tia'erSnal' illa M 0110'place to build, f y0u
are looking for land
Gre~ ilieslierilin the country on a
ir31 ntecutyoinehle paved road. An easy
*pnrap l Currently drive to Marianna to the north, and not fat from
Ijproprd Cuirery the Panama City area, and the beautiful white sand
binrtngr in I[00/ beaches. Enjoy the bountiful natural resources and
SBSSmo H3l ^ sl a lease beauty of the area. A perfect location to work, live
m H a yr lease nd play in Northwest Florida. MLS 246852 $59,000
T.itiijreiin En,:&llrrl r,-.iing Bu.tii,;tn. a. .1 Inlranl Lscahon i. ndSy ONE AIND ONE HALF
accessible from Hwy 90. and directly behind Winn Dixie Shopping ACRE PARCEL. This
Center. Make an appointment today Only $149,500 MLS# 248339 awoo'ided property
is an' ideal place to
Le 'build or put that
mobile home. On'
Exc. Commercial. Location a paved road with
with 548' of HWY 90 ready access to
t frnteea. Property comes Marianna or Panama City Beach. A perfect location
HH w/'oices, storage, metal to work, live and. play In Northwest Florida'. From
bidgs, and Ige chain linked Panama City & Fountain area drive North on Hwy 231
fenced area. Has 572' of to Hwy 167. Right on Hwy 167 and property will be.
railroad frontage. Comes w/city water & city sewer,.4 well w/ 2 lip pump. us miles north. See signs. MLS 246853 $16,OOO
1348' of office space, a 600'warehouse currently rented w/monthly income.
Current businesses don't conuvey...Only Real Estate. $399,000 MLS# 245402 ACRES PLUS
N OLDERR HOMFs
jI)NBeautiful farm land
plus build your dream
Cv.nfr,,r.:.' Locationhr,'Pe end bring your
H, 7. ; and Blue .' .. n.,r-e or cattle.
pris cornerrere is. a gorgeous
lot, 3 commercial sett, rg for a home
metal buildings surrounded with mature trees including Oak, Cedar,
totaling approx; 31,000', many offices, large display sales floor, and some Pecans that sit back from the, highway. Watch
parts counter, warehouse space, all on 8.19 acres. This not only the sunrise and sunsets and enjoythe countryside,.yet
has location but for so many business opportunities. Make an close to Marianna, The Industrial park, and the new
appointment today! All this for only $725,000 MLS# 247093 Jackson County HealthCenter. MLS 247525 $324,500


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Broker/REALTOR
www.larealtyflorida.com
S(850) 569-2608 (850) 693-0907
4856 Lauderdale Lane
Bascom, FL 32423
marybeth@larealtyflorida.com
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S1ELEGANT CUSTOM BUILT
HOME ON MAGNOLIA
OAKS GOLF COURSE,
MAReANNA. ,This home
,ha' bedrooms, 4 full
,i r,:' &. all the extra
.,n,.a.,,.r.n,;. Gorgeous oak
:Rbmner' in commercial
kitchen with center island, a breakfast bar, large pantry, a dining area
and large screened porch overlooking the 121 tee of the golf course.
The''master suite has a Jacuzzi tub, large separate shower, dream
closet & dressing area. All within an hour drive to the-beautiful white
sand beaches on the Gulf of Mexico. MLS 248062 $449,900
A UNIQUE MUST SEE
"' HOME INCOMPASS LAKE.
This contemporary style
home offers 4 bedrooms,
e full baths, two kitchens,
lots of liing space, large
and oversized closets
anirn althe bedrooms. A
wood burning fleplace,
screened in porches, & large
dining recreation area along with a separate living suite for company,
grandparents or even that college student; There is a handicap accessible
master bath as well as a ramp accessing the main living area.'Azaleas and
plenty of trees give this home takes on a whole new life in spring. Fenced
fur privacy or that play area for your children. MLS 248340 $259,000
A GARDENERS DELIGHT
IN MelOItANNA. Beau~tifl
,.-; plus this 3
J1,', s,. 2 bathl home
1, ,I.. to Marlapna
lila 0,r r,. allI In a quiet
.,s- r.0 neighborhood.
T .r,. "efut home has
plenty of space' to play
c..' I I. 1 l 'c Er, I.lL. ,- 1 maintainedd with large rooms, plenty of
*.:. -1 ..i1: r.,lh,, ,-. : nr- r-- t -'l-31 thli heme easily
!*-r ua .. -.':1. 1 .- f -- .: i-:- r . o ^i \: t ^ has
plenty of room for tools, lawn equipment'orstorage. MILS 246686 $165,000
CO-TONDALE HOME
REDUCED $10,000.
Trf seller wil also pay
up to $5,000 toward
uTeers closing costs.
Brirg a l'offers. Looking
I.,"' serenity and a quiet
place in the country?
Enjoy-the wildlife, deer,
owls, fox and even some endangered species abound on this
propertyTh is 3 bedroom 2 bath home sits on a hill in the
dle ofthis 4.55 acres. Enjoy nature or your morning coffee
on the screened back porch. Includes washer, dryer and stove,
carport, plus 2 car detached garage. MLS 248473 $111,000
PERFECT FOR FIRST
so TIME HOME BUYER OR
RETIREMENT, 'HOME.
Watch thriisuhsets across
the pond.frok' /your front
porcht. What a viewl
This cute 2' bedroom 1
bath home would make
'a great first home, or
| n retirement home ',in
hie'country. It'has a metal roof, new well, and some updates;
kitchen hbc plenty of cabinef pace and a large pantry. There
* ci'r, .-. 'is : .- 1 i.: .-.'A '.:r. "even has
a pc.. rrc lc I.'r b..3 ,5I.c Ie.q.-: '=c C:--:r.' complete
'wih'toi. e^^r^:,- i~bhc ai.ad.,.;- i_ ('SJ:'$85,000,


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3.5 V6,
POWER LIFTGATE,
LEATHER
M SRP.......... .............................. .......... 34,975
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT ..................... $1,480
S RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH ....................... S2,500
FORD RETAIL BONUS CASH .......................S500
* t B TRADE IN ASST......................................... S1, 000
#1337401


a MUSTANG V6
COUPE
18" BLACK WHEELS,
SPOILER,
QUARTER WINDOW
LOUVERS $27,070
MSRP....... ............................... ,070
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT'......................$S1,075
S RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH........................2000


P F-150 SUPER CREW
un umRAW
uAtNKG
4X2, CHROME PKG.,
SE!COBOOST ENGINE
MSRP....... ................................ .. 549,585
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT.......................S3,590W
SRETAIL CUSTOMER CASH........................$2,250
.r TFORD CREDIT BONUS CASH....................1,000
k MTRADE-IN ASSISTANCE. ............................. $1,750


V4W 0CiM 1 .
DRW, DIESEL,
LOADED!

MSRP............ .................................. $62,365
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT.......................4,370
FMCC BONUS CASH...............2............$2,500
FORDCREDIT BONUS CASH ....................$1,500 .
TRADE IN ASSISTANCE .............................$500
1. 534U.


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GRAND MARQ
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Pre-OwnbWiarac^
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luIS


L. .I I n l, VV, L.urAUj.LU,
71K MILES
#12354A
WAS $1,995
NOW $12,995

10 FORD EDGE
LIMITED
LEATHER, 1 OWNER,
96K MILES
#13343A
WAS $19,995
NOW $17,995
^ -1 ,- . .l.1 .
12 FORD
FUSION SEL
LEATHER, LOADED,
APPEARANCE PKG.
#R3453
WAS $22,995
NOW $20,995

11 LINCOLN TOWNCAR
SIGNATURE LMT.
LOADED, 34K MILES,
#P3413
WAS $28,995
NOW $24,495


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

12 FORD F-150
LWB
4X2,5.0, V8,
S 11K MILES, #P3436
WAS $22,995
NOW $18,495


10 FORD
ESCAPE LIMITED
LEATHER, LOADED,
#R3452

WAS $23,995
NOW $21,995

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


09 FORD
ESCAPE XLT
63K MILES, 4 CYL,
GREAT MILEAGE!
#P3447
WAS $18,995
NOW $14,995

09 EXPEDITION
EL XLT
POWER PKG., NICE!
#12126A
WAS $23,995
NOW $18,995


09 SUBARU
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


12NIS
ALTIMA
, POWER PKG
CD PLAYED
#P34
WAS $1'
NOW $1t

05 FORD EX
EDDIE


WAS $2
NOW $1'


SAN
S2.5
., CRUISE,
1, 31K MI.
27
9,995
6,499




TE L,
#13300A
1,995
9,995


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


11 FORD
FUSION SE


4 CYL, CERTIFIED,
33KMMILES,
#R3441
WAS $19,995
NOW $17,995

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


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

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


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