Jackson County Floridan

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

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

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University of Florida
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Cancer symposium drws 400"


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
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The 10th annual Breast Can-
cer Awareness symposium
drew a crowd of about 400
people Thursday, most of them
women, but with a few men
scattered in tlie crowd.
One .of the men, Dr. Kirby
Bland of the UAB Comprehen-
sive Cancer Center, was the
keynote speaker. Dr. Ricky Leff
was also a featured speaker. Dr.
Teresa Goodpaster and cancer


survivor Jeanine Meese also
took a turn at the lectern.
Founded .and organized -by
Lanet James, a cancer survi-
vor, the symposium was held in.
Marianna, the venue decorated
with pink ribbons, bows, table-
cloths and other items high-
lighting the signature color for
breast cancer awareness.
Bland and Leff spoke on
the various and sometimes
conflicting trends in cancer
See SYMPOSIUM, Page 7A


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Dr. Ricky Left with Chipola Surgical and Medical Specialties was one
of several physicians to make presentations to the crowd during the
symposium.


,ELECTIONDAYINJACOBCITY


MAF F i"l'NNER FLOUPIEDA
A sign outside Jacob City Hall reminds the public of an upcoming municipal election. Some 221reg-
Sistered voters who live inside the city limits will choose between Earnest Hall'andArdelia Blount
or council 5. Polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22 at city hall.



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Bill MNartin's been busy., B
Hired roughly a year ago to manage i
the information technology needs of the
city of Marianna employees, Martin has
just cleared a major project hurdle with .
the launch of the brand new city website:
CitvofiMlarianna.com.
Offering a fresh look and host of new fea- "
tures, the new website has several sections i-
with useful information for residents as
well as those thinking of moving toor visit-
ing the Marianna area. ,.. ,, . .
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merous tools to help those administer- ,." .
ing it get that information to and from ,
- citizens. The city of Marianna recently redesigned its webs
"We're still getting out feet wet," Martin last week, featuring information from various de
eting feedback to officials and more.
said, but there's definitely more to come.
And the company that built the new site viders to operate and oversee the needs of
- CivicPlus has offered support every the website, but that site, officials say, had
step of ihe way while staff learn the new been brought down several times by "cy,
system. ber-attacks," and there was no support for
Earlier this year, the commissioners voted maintaining and updating content on an
to contract with CivicPlus for website ser- ongoing basis. ,
vices in the amount of nearly $28,000 to be Indeed, trying to use the city's website
paid over a three-year period using money in recent years was often an unsatisfying
from the general and utility funds. sometimes exasperating experience,
According to information presented to finding broken links or outdated informa-
commissioners during the decision-mak- tion and, on rare occasions, being redirect-
ing process, CivicPlus specializes in gov- ed entirely to a different website that was,
eminent websites, can provide the security' to put it delicately, clearly not maintained
needed for the city's website and has dedi- by a municipal government. Hopefully
cated technical support on call around the those days are gone.
clock. On Thursday, CityofMarianna.com re-
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: features arnd expanded functionality .
In looking for a new citywebsite provider,'
officials say only CivicPlus met their needs
for reliability, functionality and security.
'The Kansas-based company,, which spe-
cializes in government websites with an
emphasis on, community, engagement,
offers backup of the* site and redundant,
servers to make sure the site stays up and
running even if one server goes down. Civ-
icPlus has features customized for use by
board members, city-staff and residents.,
Martin says uses will find the site very
easy to navigate through use of Megaa
menus," which help pinpoint the exact
See WEBSITE, Page 7A


Marianna walks over
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Vol. 90 No. 219



Four


charged

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murder
Wife, daughter,
son-in-law charged
From staff reports
The wife, daughter and son-in-
law of a Bay County man have
been charged with his murder,
more than a month after his wife
reported him missing.
The Bay County Sheriff's Office
*announced Friday
that thie body of
70-year-old Arthur
Moore was; found
in a wooded area
off Steelfield Road
on Panama City
A.Moor beach and that
A. Moore .
three individuals
have been arrested and charged
with an open count of murder in
the case.
A press release issued by the
BCSO gave the following account
of the case thus far:
On September 9, 2013, Lot-
tie MNoore reported her husband
missing. She told BCSO investi-
gators he left the home on foot
that morning at about 6:15 after
having a verbal altercation with
their daughter, Mary, and her
husband, David Clanton. Lot-'
tie Moore also told investigators
that Arthur Moore was known to
leave without telling family and
remain gone for periods of time
before returning. He just recently
returned from living out west for
several weeks. MNoore's keys, his
vehicle, and his wallet were left
in the home. '
The area surrounding Moore's
See MURDER, Page 7A


Alford man

charged with

growing

marijuana
.. From staff reports
A domestic disturbance in the
early morning hours of Fridayled
to. the discovery of some mari-
juana plants and some packaged
marijuana at a residence in Al-
ford, according to a news release
S: from the Jackson
a^. County Sheriff's
Office.
Authorities were
called to 2935
Gardenview Road
Nelsn Ain reference to a
physical distur-
Nelson bance.there.
When' they ar-
rived, deputies found 171 grams
of marijuana packaged in' a gal-
lon plastic bag which also in-
cluded scales and smaller bags
inside. Officials said that the
sales and bags were "consistent
for sale." Office'rs also found 10
small marijuana plants at the
location. .
See MARIJUANA, Page 7A


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HOWTOGETYOUR''
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news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or' hand delivery.
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anniversary and birth announcements.
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Community Calenda


SUNDAY, OCT. 20
n Blue Springs Society, N.S.C.A.R. and the 0
Chiplola Junior American Citizens Club 1:30
p.m. MacKinnon Hall of St. Luke's Episcopal Church
in Marianna. Program: "Save Our Marine Environ-
ment Things Are Worth Saving." Call 209-4066.
)) Meet and Greet Charlie and Ray of Fishing
University- 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Lake Seminofe Park
in Sneads. Other guests: James Niggemeyer and
Ted Thibault. Musician Billy Lipford, food vendors,
raffle prizes. Sponsored byJackson County Tourist
Development Council.
AlcoholicsAnonymous Closed Discus-
sion 6:30 p:m. in the AA room of First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Attendance limited to persons with a'desire to stop
drinking. ;
Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in
the board room bf Caripbellton-Graceville Hospital,
' 5429 College Drive, Graceville.

MONDAY, OCT. 21
p Girls Art Day Camp 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at United
Methodist Church in Marianna. Agenda: painting,
pottery, drawing and jewelry making. Cost: $30.
Deadline to register: Oct. 19. Call 386-2131.
)) Chipola Chapter, NSDAR -11 a.m. The Oaks
Restaurant in Marianna. Guesst speaker: Matt
Striechert, a detective with the Division of State Fire
Marshal. Call 638-1947.
Senior Fellowship Association noon in the
Youth Center of First United Methodist Church in
Marianna. Guest speaker: Dr. Joe Gay. Featured
business: Emerald Coast Hospice. Potluck lunch. All
seniors welcome.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting
5:30-7:30 p m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
3975 U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings
are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects,
lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
Alford Community Organization Meeting.- 6
p.m. in the Alford Community Center. New members
from Alford, surrounding communities invited to
join: Call 579-4482,638-4900 or 579-5173.
Concerned American Patriots of Jackson
County 6 p.m. Agriculture Center, U. S. 90,
Marianna. Guest Speaker: Debbie Gunnoe, retired
SU. S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel and Educational
Liberty Researcher. Free. .
n AlcoholicsAnonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in theAA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. ,

TUESDAY, OCT. 22
n Girls Art Day Camp -8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at United
Methodist Church in Marianna.Agenda: painting,
pottery, drawing and jewelry making. Cost: $30.
Deadline to register: Oct. 19. Call 386-2131.
St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. -1 p.m. St. Anne's
Catholic Church, 3009 5th'St., Marianna. Call 482-
3734
)) Panhandle Youth Expo 9 a.m. Youth Exhibit
(non-livestock) Judging. 3 p.m. Swine Showman-
ship at Agricultural Center, U. S. 90, Marianna.
Swine Show will immediately follow Swine Show-
manship.,
Careers in the Outdoors 10:30 a.m.'at
Sneads High'School in Sneads. Charlie and Ray
of Fishing University along with Michael Guy, of
the Florida Game and FishCommission to discuss


careers in the outdoors. Public invited.
Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call
482-5028.
))Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon
to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA roomof First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

WEDNESDAY, OCT.23
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon
to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 CaledoniaSt. in Marianna.
)), Panhandle Youth Expo 9 a.m. Farm Judging
and Poultry & Rabbit Judging, 1p.m. Goat Show.'
Agricultural Center, U.S. 90, Marianna. Beef Show-
manship immediately following Goat Show. Goats
released immediately following Goat Show.

THURSDAY, OCT. 24
D St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. -1 p.m. St. Anne's
Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call 482-
S3734
Panhandle Youth Expo 9:30 a.m. Beef Exhibi-
tor Meeting. 10 a.m. Breeding Beef Show. 1 p.m.
Steer Show. Agricultural Center, U.S. 90, Marianna.
Beef released immediately following show.
Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The
Oaks Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's
focus is the local community, "Community, Children
& Character" Ca11526-3142.
) Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group
- 5:30 p.m. at Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board
Room. Free to attend. Curriculum developed by ex-
smokers for those who want to become ex-smokers
themselves. Call 482-6500.'
n Chattahoochee Main Street Project Scare
Haunted House 6 p.m.-9p.m. EST 35 Madison.
St. in Chattahoochee. $2 under 12. $3 for 12 and up,
Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion,
8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale-
donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking;
papers will not be signed- .

FRIDAY, OCT. 25
i Spirit of the Caverns 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Florida Caverns State Park in Marianna. Wildlife
displays, educational displays, educational exhibits
and interpretation ofthe "spirits and folklore." Park
entrance fees waived to participants.. Call 573-0390.
Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at the Jackson
County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and
experienced hand crafters welcome to create,
share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-
9631.
Chattahoochee Main Street Project Scare
Haunted House,- 6.p.m.-9p.m. EST 35 Madison
St. in Chattahoochee. $2 under 12. $3 for 12 and up.
"Senior Singles" Meeting 6-8 p.m. in the
First United Methodist Church Youth Center, 4392
Clinton St., Marianna. New.location. Ample parking.
Singles age 50 and older are invited for games,
food, prizes and speakers. No charge. Donations
accepted; proceeds fund charitable endeavors of
Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation: Call 526-
4561 of 272-6611.


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, Celebrate Recovery -7 p.m atEvangel Worship
Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult,;
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856,573-1131... :
n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA ro6m of First United Methodist,
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

SATURDAY, OCT. 26
Spirit of the Caverns 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Florida Caverns State.Park in Marianna. Wildlife.,
displays, educational displays, educational exhibits.
and interpretation:of the "spirits and folkloret'ParlC
entrance fees waived to participants. Call 573-0Q390.
n Alford Community Health Clinic Hours -10
a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in '
, Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients
without medical insurance treats'sh'ort-term n ..
+illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments, .
available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins"'
welcome Sign in before noon. .
n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30-
5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. -
) Chattahoochee Main Street Project Scare
Haunted House 6 p.m.-9p.m. EST35 Madison
St. in Chattahoochee. $2 under 12. $3 for 12 and up.
)) Sneads High School Project Graduation
Wright's Halloween haunt "13" 6-10 p.m. 2012
Wilson'Ave., Grand Ridge. $3per person. Ages 5 and
underfree.
)) Chipola College Show Choir Showcase 7
p.m. Center for the Arts at Chipola College in Mari-
anna.'Area.middle and high school show choirs will
join Chipola Show Choir for an evening of song and
dance. Tickets: adults $5; under 18 $3.

SUNDAY, 0CT 27
Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion -
6:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting -8 p.m. in
the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
5429 College Drive, Graceville.

MONDAY, OCT. 28
Marianna Woman's Club and Lowes Home
Improvement"Fall Container Gardens" work-
shop 10 a.m. in the Garden Center at Marinna
Lowe's store. Free but registration suggested. Call
209-9325 or 569-2227.
Parkinson's Support Group Meeting Noon
in the ground-floor classroom of Jackson Hospital.
Lunch provided. Those diagnosed with Parkinson's
and their caregivers are invited. No cost to partici-
pate. Call 718-2661.
n Marianna Lions ClubMeeting Noon at Jim's
Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Calf
482-2005.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting
-5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
S3975 U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings
are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects,
lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
S))Sneads High School Project Graduation
Wright's Halloween haunt "13"- 6-9 p.m. 2012
Wilson Ave., Grand Ridge. $3 per person. Ages 5 and
under free.


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


Police Roundup


Marianna Police
Department
The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the following
incidents for Oct. 17, the latest
available report: Two abandoned
vehicles, one suspicious person,
one highway obstruction, one
burglary, one fire call, five traffic
stops, one trespass complaint,
one obscene/threatening phone
call, one follow-up investiga-
tion, one noise disturbance, two
public service calls, one threat/
harassment complaint and five
home security checks.


Jackson County
Sheriff's Offices
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office and county fire/rescue
reported the following inci-
-,.. dents for Oct.
_T '^,) 17, the latest
-'- available
R'IME :report: One
.... drunk driver,
one drunk
pedestrian, two accidents,
six abandoned vehicles, one
reckless driver, three suspi-
cious vehicles, two suspicious
incidents, one suspicious


person, one escort, one high-
way obstruction, one burglary,
one physical disturbance,
one verbal disturbance, one
residential fire, 21 medical calls,
one burglar alarm, one panic
alarm, one report of a firearm
discharged, 23 traffic stops, one
trespass complaint, five follow-
up investigations, one garbage
complaint, one juvenile com-
plaint, one suicide attempt, two
animal complaints, one fraud
complaint, 12 building checks,
three assists of motorists or pe-
destrians, one assist of another
agency, one Baker Act transport


and one 911 hang-up.

Jackson County
Correctional Facility
No individuals were booked
into the county jail during the
most recent reporting period
available for this edition.

Jail Population: 204

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


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Engagement


Smitherman, Williams


Wanda Smitherman and
Lawrence Williams would like
to announce their engagement
to be married ,on November
2nd, 2013 at 4:30 in the after-
noon. The wedding will take
place at the home of Ray and


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Catherine Windham located at
2509 Kent ,Road in Chipley,
FL. There will be direction
signs at Highway 231 and Mill
Road, South of Alford.
Family and friends are.invit-
ed to attend.


SBirths


Adalyn Elizabeth O'Bryan
was born at 10:56 a.m.
Sept.8 at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital in
Tallahassee. She weighed
7 pounds, 14 ounces and
was 20 V' inches long. Her
parents'are Robert and
Bridget O'Bryan of Dell-
wood. She joined an older
brother, Cameron, Parrish.
Her grandparents are
Byrum Cloud of Dellwood,
Leroy and Wanda Kindig
of Grand Ridge and Kathy
Kirkland of Ashford, Ala.
Her great grandparents'are
Lillie Cloud of Dellwood


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.and Emory and Dorothy
Franklin of Greenwood.


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My'Riana Marie Dun-.
combe was born at 12:30
p.m. Oct.2 at Jackson
'Hospital in Marianna.
She weighed 8 pounds, 5
ounces awid"Was 20 inches
long at birth. Her, par-
ents; are August Rhaynes
andAntonio Duncombe.
Grandparents arePRegenia
McKnight from Chipley
and Elizabeth Scheffel
from Cocoa.,.


Harmonee Unique Jack- .* ''" "' '/
son was born at 4:55 p.m.
Oct. 5'at JacksonHospital
in Marianna. She weighed l./t
7 pounds, 14 ouncies,; ]" 1
anodwas'20'.'ches-1ong'
at birth. Her parents are
Aundra'Yonna Bell and
Tramauviance Jackson.
Grandparents are Pamela'
Walter of Grand Ridge and
Regina'and Ramon Jack-
a son front, Marimna.

Kaiden Everett Russell
was born at 10:17 p.m.
Oct. 5 at Jac kson Hospital
in Marianna. He weighed 6
pounds, 7 ounces and was.
19 inches long at birth.
His parents are Crystal...
Carnley and Christopher,
Russell. Grandparents are
Lewis andWanda Carrnley,
from Bonifay and John,
and Marilyn Russell from
Blountstown.


1latthews Celebrate
50t h Anniversary


David (Eugene) & ':;;.
Barbara (Howell) Mat- ',*
thews celebrated their :
50th anniversary on Sept.,
:20. : '
Theywere married, ';
"on Sept. 20,1963. atEl.
Bethel Assembly of God
Church. -
They are longtime .
members of Welcome
Assembly ofGod Church,
where David is a dea-
con and Barbara is a
Sunday school teacher.
They chose to celebrate
this accomplishment by
taking a trip to Nashville,
where they toured the old
Ryman Auditorium and
the Country Music Hall of
Fame.
From there they toured
several points of interest
in Kerntucky, including the
capital in Frankfort, taking,
a paddle-boat trip down
the Kentucky River, Cum-
berland Gap and Pinnacle
Point.,
On one night they stayed
in the Blue Mountain
Mist Bed and Breakfast in
Sevierville, Term., where
they had celebrated their
30th anniversary 20 years


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This is Part 3 in a series
he only thing more
expensive than
paying fora college
education these days
may be not paying for
one.
Much has been made
lately of escalating col,
lege costs and the lack of
value in a degree. Some.
graduates emerge with-
out marketable skills and
are unprepared to enter
the job market. Employ-
ers. frequently comment
that recent graduates are
not schooled in the spe-
cific functions that would
make them valuable
employees.,
Most observers also
agreethat some schools
too, closely resemble
diploma mills, that uhi-
,versities are overweighted
with noninstructional
employees, and that non-
* academic activities are
the tail wagging the dog.
That said, competing in
the domestic job market
with a college degree is
much more satisfying
than the alternative. "The


nity for upward economic
mobility for college
graduates is better than
that of nongraduates.
In an e-commerce
world, one would also
assume that the most
technologically savvy
generation, the one now
leaving college; Would
represent the age group
from which emerges the
largest number of start-
up businesses. However,
according to a recent
Associated Press article,,
entrepreneurial activ-
ity among younger.age
groups is falling. Ironi-
cally, the baby boomer
generation is actually
creating more new busi-
nesses. Some boomers
have initiated startups to
replace lost income, but
many simply enjoy the "
challenge and activities
* associated with running
"a business and workirig ,,
several days a week.
The number of start-
ups by GenerationY (aka
:Millenniums) is lagging., .
partly because the
average young person is
graduating with' $27,000


unemployment rate for
college graduates in April
(of 2.012)
was a mere
3.19 percent,
1 ) .f ) compared
with 7.5 per-
c 1 cent for the
Margaret workforce
MlcDoMll as a whole
---- (U.S. Labor
Department statistics)",
"writes Catherine Rampell
of the New York Times.
,"Even when the jobless
rate for college gradu-
ates was at its very worst
in this business cycle, in
November 2010, it was
s011 just 5.1 percent," says
Rampell. "That is close to
the jobless rate thd rest
of the workforce experi-
ences when the economy
is good... Among all seg-
ments of workers-sorted
I by educational attain-
ment, college graduates
are the only group that
has more people enm-
ployed.today than when
the recession started."
While many college.
graduates are underem-
ployed, as the economy
o improves, the. opportu-


more voices in the choirs,
and unless an individual
doesn't have much talent
as a singer"and would be
a distraction, there's a
good chance of them be-
ing accepted.' "
Some areas have com-
munity choirs that are -
fun to be involved with.
Our abilities'may not be
such that they would win
us a.Grammy, but spend-
ingitime with others with
similar talents can be
enjoyable. '., '.
: The camaraderie of:,
beingaround others
with the same goals
seems to be good for :
the human psyche.. ":'
,Some time making small *
change's in life can make
a major difference in our.
lives, :. s' ,
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The subject isn't dis-
cussed much, but
one of the toughest
things for us as human
beings to deal with is
loneliness.
There are many people
who spend time around
others each day, but still
feel a sense of exclusive-
ness in their lives. Many
of us'need to wake up
and start enjoying life in
some capacity, no matter
what age we might be. If
-we are Willing to make,
adjustments in life, one
"way is to join an estab-
- lished organization or
group thatwwoild pos-
sibly fit our personalities;
another way is to find a .
new hobby you might'
enjoy.-
Beinga part of an up-
beat organization could
enhance a person's life in
a big way, if:that person
realizes that being a


up to help others, such as
the Red Cross, but usu-
ally we don't have to look
very far to find a program
that gives assistance to
others.
An individual who,
.enjoys sewing should
look to'join a sewing
club, which could also
help them enhance their
creative abilities. Most
churches have some type
of program set tip for
helping others.
If a person spends
time doing things-to
help others,, theywill
spend less time com-
plaining or feeling sorry
for themselves. When a
person has talents, such
as singing or speaking,
why not look for ways to
share those talents with
others? "
*. We can always begin
With our churches, where
there is usually a need for


member of an organiza-
tion or group requires
J some type
of rules and
regulations
that are
meant to be
followed.
'As a
'Thomas member of
Vincent an orga-
Murphy nizatibn
or group,.
there's a good chance
of meeting new friends.
With so many crazy
things happening'in
-today's world, the more
positive the setting and
situation where yoi meet
others, the better chance
of meeting people of,
good character.
Don't let. loneliness
continue to put a damper
on your life. There are
many major organiza-
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SUBMIT TEUHTUlU
Shown are David and Barbara
Matthews.
before compliments of
their children.
They ended their trip on
their actual anniversary
at the Clarion Hotel in
Gaflinburg, where the staff
there treated them with
gifts, with their children's
assistance. ,
Their children, Belinda
(Tony) and Michael, and
grandchildren, Caleb,
Hannah and Rebecca, sent
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Destiny Lipford turns 9 years old on Oct. 20.


Destiny Lipford turns 9


Destiny Lipford will turn
9 on Oct. 20.
She is the daughter of
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and Daydrain Lepford.
Her maternal grandpar-
ents are Brenda and Arnie
Jackson of Cottondale and
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Bailey Johnson, Junior Miss, with the Cotton Ambassador,
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The winners of the pageant.


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12 in Graceville and was a big s
success.


There were 40 contestants in the
pageant and a profit of $1,200 was
generated.
The winners of this year's pag-
eant are -as follows: Kinsey Smith


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mire Little Miss; Kinlyn McDuffie
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Local Briefs


Fundraising on the farm, CABR style


The Chipola Area Board
of Realtors and their af-
filiates gathered at Jamey
Westbrook's farm, West-
fork, in Marianna on
Thursday.
It was a fun night of din-
ner, Karaoke with a twist,
ang a successful Realtors
Political Action Committee
fundraising campaign.
Special guests for the eve-
ning were Lucretia Thom-
as, district 8 vice president
of Florida Realtors; Deb-
bie Kirkland, dis-ict 8 vice
president elect; and Brad
SDrake, former representa-
tive and future candidate
for the Florida House of
Representatives District 5.
Leading the evening was
the CABR, RPAC chairper-
son, Pat Furr.
Pat and her husband Les
prepared the barbecue
dinner which was topped
off -by peach and apple
cobblers. After dinner, the
surprise entertainment
began. Leading up to the
event, the Realtors and af-
filiates had no idea what
the entertainment for' the
night was going to be. They
soon learned they were the
entertainment.
Karaoke with a twist was
led by three of the com-
mittee members; Edwina
Cloud, Debbie Roney
Smith and Sheila Barbee.
All present were able to
nominate singers, opt out
or choose someone to take
their place all for a fee.
Through donations, a si-
Slent auction and entertain-
ment monies, the goal of
$1,290 was surpassed. They
raised'$1,520, of which all
will go to the fund.The event
was sponsored by First Fed-
eral Bank of Florida.
RPAC is composed of
elite and passionate Re-
altors throughout the na-
tion who are dedicated to
shape the future for the
real estate industry. RPAC
supports pro-Realtors can-


didates whether they are
Democrat ,or Republican,
as long as they are part of
-the Realtors Party.
New Pinochle Club
still looking for people
AnewPinochleCardClub
was recently formed. The
group now meets on the
last Tuesday of each month
from 9:30-11:3.0 a.m. at As-
cension Lutheran Church
SFellowship Hall, 3975 U.S.
90, Marianna, located near
the Sheriff's Department
and across the street from
Harrison Plumbing.
SEveryone is invited to join
in the fun. For more infor-
mation, call Joan Kandzer
.at 482-6132, If your call
was missed, call again.
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Nov. 9, from 9 a.m.-4
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The entry fee. is $3 per-
son per day. Children five
and under are free. Come
learn about how to be pre-
pared for any, emergency
(job loss, hurricanes or
worse). '
Vendors will'be on hand
to meet your every nee
to be as prepared as pos-
sible as well as give you
ideas and:, information.
There will also be an area
dedicated to homestead-
ing. This could mean on
acreage or just, in a back
yard.
You will learn how to
milk a goat, make soap,
make brooms, raise rab-
bits, pigs, chickens, watch
a blacksmith, get heirloom
seed and more.
Some of these animals


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SOur View


gB u usi nessu

With the growth of technology moving so quick-
ly that many people have trouble keeping up, it's
no surprise that some of the things we've always
accepted have been simplified or even eliminated
by something as minor as a cellphone app.
Take, for instance, the expectation of a school
bus. School districts publish schedules of school '
bus stops and the times they're to pick up or drop
off students, but there are times when the buses
are delayed.Those minutes between an expected
arrival and the eventual sound of the school bus
.brakes can be interminable.
The Jackson County School-Board recently
subscribed to a service called "Bus Bulletin" that.
allows parents to sign'up online to be notified
when a school bus is delayed, has had a schedule
change or has been in an accident.
.The school board deserves commendation for
exploring ways to improve day-to-day operations.
With the addition ofthis service, parents have
additional peace of mind with regard to the safety
and well-being of their children.
Nice move, school board.

Tampa Tribune on denying

military death benefits

T he fallout from the shameful government
shutdown reached a&new low this week when
.the Pentagon refused to award death benefits to
the families of four soldiers killed in Afghanistan lasr,
weekend. '
'Although the Pentagon moved quickly Wednesday
Sto, restore the benefits after the public uproar, the fact
. that'these families had to endure any delay at all is an
outrage.
Congress should now turn its. attention to making
certain that hundreds of thousands of surviving veter-
ans receive the $6 billion in disability compensation,
pension and education payments that are threatened if
the shutdown drags into November.
It's no surprise that Pentagon officials and some
members of Conrgress reacted to the death-benefit
debacle by pointing'fingers. The Pentagon claims the
shutdown prevented the military from awarding the
benefits, which include a quick $100,000 payout to
Each family, a housing allowance for a year, and burial
expenses.
Some Republican members of Congress said a bill
signed by President Obama that relieved military per-
sonnel from furloughs also restored the death benefits
and that the Pentagon could have awarded them,
. although the bill contained no such specific language.
The Pentagon turned to a charity Wednesday to re-
store the benefits. The Fisher House Foundation, which
helps the families of wounded veterans, will pay the
benefits and.be reimbursed when the shutdown ends.
The four soldiersdied during an enemy attack by a
suicide bomber...,
Congress can honor our brave soldiers by doing
What's best for the country and ending the shutdown.


Letter to the Editor

A look at'special

facilities' agenda item


The Jackson County
'School Board's meeting
on Oct. 15, under.agenda
item 21.2 "special facili-
ties," shows thatthe board
is to take action on the
"new Marianna Middle
School" special facffilities
project. One of the State
of Florida Department of
Education requirements
to approve funding for
this new K-B school is that
the district must agree to
levy the maximum capital
outlay millage of 1.5 for
a period of no less than
. three years. This will be a
$150 annual tax increase
for a $100,000 property.
Another requirement,
this one from the city of
Marianna, is that the old
Marianna Middle School
be razed. On Aug. 20 of
this year, the board voted
4-0 (with one member ab-
staining) to approve a new
roof contract for MMS. We
taxpayers are obligated for
more than $28,000'to put


a new roof on a building
that will, within year or
so, be bulldozed down.
Sit should also be noted
that the FY2014 budget
originally proposed by Su-
perintendent Benton, with
the full 1.5-mill capitalI
outlay millage, still had ex-
penditures that exceeded
revenues by more than
$400,000.
, ,Add in the fact that this
board, and/or this district,
.has used up about $14
million of funds balances
(taxpayer money previ-
ously paid to the district),
above and beyond the
annuIal revenues received,
and one can clearly see
why the taxpayers (many
of whom live outside the
county, and many who
live outside the state)
need to be made aware of
what this district has been
doing, and is continuing
to do.
GREGORY J. BERMES
Marianna


Why immig ration reform


could spell doon
T he recent Senate debate over
immigration reform focused
J mosdy on three issues; 1)
the economic effects of legalizing
millions of currently illegal im- .
migrants while also increasing ,
the rate of future immigration; 2)
the possibility of achieving real r,
border'security;and 3) the ethical B : r
question of offering thereward of "
citizenship to those whqentered. -Adding 17 million new
the country illegally. top of the 15 million w
Beneath it allwas another factor, through existing legal
never far from lawmrnakers' minds, channels is a big, bi
butmuch less discussed:, the elec-"'* It's a good deal for De
toral effects of reform. Yes, there since a wide range of r
was a lot of talk about the Repub- has shown immigrants
licaln Party's need to improve its offspring largely favor
image with Hispanic voters. But the approach to governance
real political issue underlying the for example, the Pew F
debate went far beyond that. Ev- organization asked wh
eryone knew the far-reaching Gang .,Americans "would ratio
of Eight reform proposal passed smaller government p.
by the Senate w6uld reshape the fewer services or a larg
American electorate. And now, a ment providing more
new report suggests just how exten-, Hispanic'-Americans fa
sive that reshaping could be. government by a 75 p(
"Based on projections published percent split. Even His
by the Congressional Budget Office; have been in the Unite
we estimate that if (the Gang of :.. three generations or ri
Eight bill) were to become law it bigger government by
will add more than 17 million new 36 percent.
potential voting-age citizens by : Among Asian-Amefi
2036," writes scholar Steven Cama- found preference for 1l
rota of the Center for immigration ment bya,55 percent t
Studies, which opposes the Gang cent split. By comparison
of Eight reform. "These potential evangelical Protestant
voters are in addition to the nearly of the Republican part
15 million that the current level of smaller govern ment 'b
legal immigration will add by 2036. to 20 percent split.
Combined, current immigration On a more specific is
plus the effects of (the Gang of port for Obamacare -
Eight bill) would add more than 32 shown that both Hispi
lionn potential newvoting-age i" can voters and Asian-A
citizens bv 2036." voters favor the nation
If anyone needs a reminder of. care law by substantial
how significant that would be, For Republicans, the
Camarota notes that "the last four results of the 2012 pre
presidential elections were decided Hispanic-Americar
by 4.5 million votes on average." Barack Obama over MN


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that the GOP must improve its .
standing with those groups. But'the.
results of the new study showwhy
Republicans are so sharply divided
ovei whether comprehensive im-:.
migration reform should be part of
that effort.
Some advocates of comprehen-.
sive reform have been positively
apocalyptic inmtheir predictions.
WhenRepublican Sen. Lindsey'J
Grahtiam, member of the Gang of
Eight, was asked last June aboutthe,
GOP's 2016 presidential field, he
responded: "If we don't pass immi-
gration reform, if we don't get it off
the table in a reasonable, practical
way, it doesn't matter who you run
in 2016. We're in.a demographic .
death spiral as a parry., and the only
way we can get back in good graces.
with the Hispanic community, in
my view, is tp pass comprehensive
immigration reform."
.For others, the new study sug-
gests that Graham's prescription
will make the Republican challenge.
infinitely more difficult. "It is diffi-
cult to see how Republicans remain
both. a small-government-oriented
party and competitive in the face of
the electoratetha legal immigra-
tion is creating," says Camarota.
The GOP faces a hard-enough job
improving its standing among the
15 million new potential immigrant,
voters who will be here if nothing is
changed in the law. Adding another.
17 million through comprehensive,
immigration reform would steepen.
the hill considerably. When Repub-
licans debate the politics of reform,
those are numbers they should ,
remember.
SByron fork is chief political correspondent or
The Wasrirngton E-aminer


We all pay for shutdown in dollars and trust


P resident Barack Obama says
there were no political win-
ners in the crisis over the
federal government shutdownri and
debt limit. Most Americans, regard-,
less of their political persuasion,
probably agree. 1
InWashington, though, every
moment has a winner and a loser.
Once thelatest financial calamity
was averted, most political analysts
thought the president was a winner
becausehie showed some spine,,
gave up nothing and kept his signa-
ture health care legislation intact.'
Conservative Republicans, on the
other hand, were losers because
they totally misread the politi-
cal landscape. Their ill-conceived
attempt to defund Obamacare
shut down the government, idled
800,000 workers for 16 days and
hurt the economy but it yielded
only a minor tweak in the health
care law. People who seek subsidies
to buy insurance on the exchanges
will have to provide income
verification.
Some tea-party Republicans
cling to the fig-leaf notion that
their failed fight over the shutdown
actually awakened the nation to the
evils of the Affordable Care Act and
support will blossom. Really?
Meanwhile, every Democrat, Re-
publican and independent coast to
coast will pay the cost of the federal
shutdown in dollars and in the
incalculable currency of trust.
The price tag of the latest shut-
down hasn't been released, but
two shutdowns lasting a total of
:26 days in 1995-96 cost more than
$1.4 billion, the Congressional
Research Service reported. That's
$2.1 billion in current dollars. Most
of the money went for back pay for


MarshaMercer


furloughed federal workers.
The dollar waste is unnecessary
and maddening. Trust in our insti-'
tutions and government is in short
supply. To squander the people's
trust hurts our political system and
is heartbreaking.-
"The American people are com-
pletely fed up with Washington,"
Obama said Thursday. He's right,
of course, but it would be nice if
he or anyone else could say that
Washington has learned from its
misadventure and will work to
rebuild the trust it has squandered.
There are only glimmers that some
in Congress have learned lessons.
In reaching the deal, members'
of Congress did what they should
have done months ago. They did
their jobs. The bipartisan agree-
ment reopened the government
and raised the debt limit, allowing-
the United States to pay the bills it
racked up with two unfunded wars
and an unfunded Medicare drug
benefit, It's merely a reprieve that
postpones the fight. In two months
or so, we may face another fiscal
crisis.
The plan Obama signed Thursday
funds the government through
Jan. 15 and raises the debt ceiling
through Feb. 7. On the way there,
a bipartisan, bicameral budget "
conference is supposed to-comeup
with a long-term plan on tax and


.spending policies by Dec; 13. The
two Republicans on the confer-
enCe committee voted against
the bill ending the crisis, and the.
two Demrnocats voted for it. That's
hardly a promising sign.,-
'A glimmer of hope is toe 14
centrist senators led by Sen. Susan
Collins, Republican of Maine, who
worked together on an agreement
that served as a point of departure .-
for the final deal. The centrists
Were disappointed their plan didn't'
prevail, but they pledge to keep .
working together.
The next round of negotiations
could take place in an even more
acidic political atmosphere be-
cause of the calendar."
Obama chided Republicans on
Thursday, saying: "'You don't like
a particular policy or a particular
president, then argue for your post-,
tion. Go out there and win an elec-
tion. Push to change it. But don't
break.,. what our predecessors
spent over two centuries building."
Some analysts say the loom-
ing 2014 congressional elections
could have a sobering effect on
conservatives in the House. In most
congressional districts, though,
a Republican incumbent fears a
challenger from his right more than,
a Democratic one. For most House
members, compromise inWashing-
ton can be a terrible career move.
It's very possible that we'll lurch
once again from one financial
crisis to the next. That not only
would be a shame but would be
a drain on what's left of trust in
government.

Marsha Mercer writes from Washington. You
-,miy.cbrntact herat marsha.mercer@yahoo.
corn. 2013 Marsha Mercer. All rights reserved.





JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com


Chipola launches 'Take Stock in Children' program


Special to the Floridan

Chipola College has
launched a new "Take
Stockin Children" program
to encourage areayouth to
stay in school and to enroll
in college or other training
4fter high school.
: Mary Helen Smith is the
new coordinator of the
program at Chipola which'
ill' serve students in five
counties: Calhoun, H61-
Ires, Jackson, Liberty and
Washington. Smith, is a
native of Marianna, who
played college softball
at Tallahassee Commu-
nity College and UCE She
has worked as a teacher


SUBMITTWF PHOO
Mary Helen Smith is the
new coordinator of the Take
Stock in Children program at
Chipola College.
and coach in the Jackson
County School system and
also has served as a youth


director at First Baptist
Church of Marianna.
; Take Stbck is a grassroots
program that depends on
volunteers and private
donations. Volunteers are
needed to serve on local
committees in each coun-
ty that will select students,
raise money and locate
mentors for the students.
Washington, Calhoun and
Jackson 'Counties .have
participated in Take Stock
for several years.
Volunteers. also are
.needed to serve as men-
tors to students enrolled
in the program. Mentors
meet with their students
Son a regular basis to sup-'


port and encourage their
academic and social
growth.
Take Stock student par-
ticipants are selected at the
end of middle school and
are asked to sign a com-
mitment to work through-
out their high school years.
Students pledge to attend
classes, earn good grades,
and maintain good be-
havior. Students who suc-
cessfull. complete high
school will earn a two-year
scholarship to Chipola
College.
Take Stock scholarships
and' student services are
funded through a public-
private fund raising mod-


el. Monies for scholarships
and student services are
collected through fund-
raising events and tax-de-
ductible contributions. All
scholarship donations are
matched dollar for dollar
from the Florida Prepaid
College Foundation.
Take Stock in Children
was. established in 1995
as a non-profit organiza-
tion that: provides an op-
portunity for deserving
students to escape the,
cycle bf poverty through
education. Take Stock
is based on the princi-
ple that, given support,
motivation and ac-
countability, chil-


dren will work hard to
graduate from high school
and attain a college de-
gree or higher technical
training.
To date, Take Stock has
served 22,000 children in
all 67 Florida counties.
The organization has $130
million in Florida Prepaid
Foundation scholarship
assets. Additionally, Take
Stock has 7,500 mentors
who have served 1,000,000
volunteer hours.
For information about
the Take Stock in Children
program at Chipola, con-
tact Mary Helen Smith at
smithm@chipola.edu or
718-2428.


Man eats 25crab
claws in 17 minutes
MARATHON- A Wash-
ington state man has won
the individual division of
a stone crab claw eating
contest in the Hlorida
Keys.
Alfredo Munoz of Moses.
Lake cracked and con-
sumed 25 claws in 17
minutes and 35 seconds
during Saturday's contest
that attracted more than
50 competitors at Keys
Fisheries restaurant.
John Mahoney and Larry
Smorgala, both of Mara-
thon, placed first in the
team'division where stone
crab aficionados could
share in breaking the crab
claw's tough shell to eat its
sweet meat.
Some 40 percent of all
stone crab claws are har-
vested off the Florida Keys
on an annual basis.
Stone crabs are a renew-
able resource. Fishermen
harvest legal-size claws
and return the crab's body
to the water to grow new
extremities.


State Briefs

PRINEW:7


never stopped the bus on
Tuesday.
A sheriff's report said the
suspect put the male stu-
dent in a choke hold and
choked him unconscious.
Another student helped.
the child off the bus and
onto the sidewalk. Depu-
l' vid ,IitLfIn dHin't raLll


stuon caia teung mtuun tus
911 and the busdepot
r a s staff didn't hear about
incident until the school
called the next-day.
THE ASOC WETD PPES
Sally Mishmash sports a Hundreds of gallons
stone crab headpiece during 'of sewage spilled
the Stone Crab Claw Eating
Contest on Saturday in. PENSACOLA-Abreak
Marathon. in a sewer line caused
DriWer arrested after about 300 gallons of raw
student chokes child". sewage to overflow onto a
P-9nhq ntn, j~tr~potjn_


NAPLES -A 57-year-
old southwest Florida
school bus driver was-
charged with child neglect
after a child was choked
unconscious by another
child on the bus she
wasdriving...
SCollier County Sheriff's
officials said Irena Fulton
didn't try to help the vic-
tim during the attack and


,.ra.IUnlJu Iiwf" 111Lm cU .i.
The Pensacola News
Journal reports utility '
crews responded Friday
and diverted about 12,000
Gallons of sewage for dis-
, posal and treatment.
'The Emerald Coast Util-
:ity.-Authority said a private
contractor broke theline
while working on a road'
:project. ,
From wire reports


Escaped prisoners captured
Eprisoner


.... The Associated Press

TALLAHASSEE- Two convicted killers
who were freed from prison by phony
documents were captured together with-
out incident Saturday night at a Panama
Cityinotel, authorities said.
Joseph Jenkins and. Charles Walker,
both 34, were taken into custody about
"6:40. p.m. at Coconut Grove Motor Inn.
They were apprehended just couple of
hours after their family meinbers held a
news conference urging the men to turn
themselves in.
The Florida Department of Law En-
forcement did not immediately release
any other details about their capture or
investigation.
A woman who answered the phone at
the motel said she saw police coming
and they went into room 227.' The wom-
an, who didn't want to give her name,
said authorities didn't stop by the office
before they moved in.
SJenkins and Walker were both serving
life sentences at the Franklin Correction-
al Facility in the Panhandle before they
were released within the last month. The
bogus paperwork; complete with case
numbers and a judge's forged signature,
duped prison officials and reduced their
sentences to 15 years.
Jenkins was released Sept. 27 and


Walker was set free Oct. 8.
Family 'members and friends of the
men said Saturday they initially thought
their release was legitimate and spent
time with them, planning a birthday
party for one and going to church' with
the other.
Both Jenkins and Walker went to an
Orlahdo jail after their release and regis-
tered as felons, as required by law. They
filled out paperwork, had their photo-
graphs taken and were even fingerprint-
ed. By doing this, authorities said they
didn't raise any alarms.
Henry Pearson, who is Jenkins' uncle
and his father figure, said he brought
Jenkins clothes when he picked him up
from prison last month and drove him to
see his mother and grandmother.
Pearson planned a birthday party at
his home for Jenkins a fewdays later, but
he never showed up. Pearson said he was
.completely shocked to learn Wednesday
that Jenkins was not supposed to be out
of prison.
He learned Jenkins was captured on TV
and then a law enforcement, agent called
his home unexpectedly and let Jenkins
talk to his wife.
"He just said that he was OK and that
he loved us," Pearson said. "We have a
great sense of relief because we did not
know how this would end up."


W eb it .the website to report prob- horizon include online
W osi Ilems with potholes, street- utility payments utilizing
rmae A lights And more. SpringBrook software, arind
From Page IA : One of the more exciting down the road there may
,, .additions to the site, Mar- be features like M.E.R.E.-
information needed in as tin says, will help city.staff specific notifications that
few clicks as possible. stay in better contact with tell parents and players
As for what data is avail- residents. ,when recreation activities
able, there are links to city The "Notify Me" compo- 'at the site have been post-
code, details on establish- nent offers email Or text poned or cancelled.
ing or disconnecting utility notifications from various At the moment though,
services, business license departments inside the there'splenty to explore on
applications, fingerprint- city government, the new CityofMarianna.
ing services information While, most. informa- corn, with the promise of
andahostofcontactphone tion on the site is available more to come.
numbers and emails, if you without setting up an. ac-' As for Martin, between
still can't find exactly what' count, users who take that his day-to-day IT duties
you need or just have a extra step will find several' and helping staff continue
question about what you extras now at their disposal to flesh out offerings on
do find online. like those notifications' the new website, he's gear-
There are forms to report and can expect new fea- 'ing up for the city's next
concerns like yard trash/ tures in the months ahead. big technology project:
specialpickups, with more "We'll be adding more the rollout of brand new
to come. In the future, resi- content," Martin said. software for the Marianna
dents may be able to use "Enhancements on the Police Department.

0ar ** ., case and charged with cultivation of
M a juana : marijuana, possession of more than
M. .... , o20 grams',of marijuana with intent to
From Page IA distribute and with domestic
violence-battery.
Two days before his 26th birthday, He was booked into the Jackson County
Charles Nelson 'was arrested in, the jail at 2:30 a.m.


Murder
From Page 1A

home was searched sev-,
eral times over the next
six weeks
using BCSO
K9,Air'Unit,-
patrol depu-
ties of the
Field Servic-
es. ,Division,
the BCSO
Canton Mounted
Posse, mul-
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Criminal Investigations
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evidence was found. Leads
and tips generated by me-
dia coverage were followed
but turned up nothing new
until Oct. 16,2013.'
On Oct. 16,
investigators
got a break
in the case.
when ihifor-
marion was
developed
that David
L. Moore Clan t o n
had made
statements
in a joking
manner de-
scribing a'
scenario in.
which he
strangled Ar-.
thur Moore.
M. Moore On Oct. 17,
2013,contact
was made with David and'
Mary Clanton. During in-
terviews, both state Mary's
mother Lottie Moore


- asked them to kill Arthur
Moore. David Clanton stat-
ed he strangled Moore as
the 70-year-old man slept.
This happened the night
before they reported him
missing. They then bur-
ied him in the woods off
Steelfield Road on Panama
City Beach. David Clanton,
33, and Mary Clanton, 27,
both of 9413 Stauber Lane
in Youngstown, were ar-
rested and charged with an
open count of murder.
Lottie Moore was also in-
terviewed and subsequent-'
ly arrested. Lottie Moore,
62, was also charged with
an open count of 'mur-
der. All were to make their
first court appearances at
Friday afternoon via video
from the Bay County Jail.
The BCSO Crime Scene
continues to process the
burial site. The body will be
turned over to the medical
examiner for autopsy.


Approximately 400 people came out Thursday nightfor the 10th aulBreast Cancer
Approximately 400 peple came out Thursday night for the 10th annual Bres Cancer


Awareness Symposium.


Symposium
From Page 1A
research, prevention and
treatment options. Good-
paster focused on sur-
vivorship data and also
presented the traditional
"Beads of Hope" demon-
stration. Each person who
attended received a set of
the beads, which symbol-
ize the various sizes and
shapes that cancer cells
can take in the human
body.
Meese talked about the
first time she encountered
those beads.
As the wife of Jackson
Hospital administra-
tor Larry Meese, -and as
a community leader in
her own right, Meese had
been invited to the sym-
posium last year. She said
she considered not going;
after all, she had no his-
tory of breast cancer, she
didn't have a loved one
who died of it or who had
been stricken. She lived
a healthy, lifestyle, was
fit, and really saw no rea-
son to go. But she did, to
support her husband and
friends. She said she lis-
tened to the speakers that
year and was glad to have
gone, but the wealth of in-
formation they provided
didn't really hit home with
her at the time. She held


the beads in her hands,
admired the bracelet, and
later gave her Beads of
Hope to a family member.
She went on about her life
as usual.
But two months lat-
er, her world would be
turned upside down.
She was doing a routine
self-examination of her
breasts in the shower one
night and touched some-
thing. It felt just. like one
of those beads. The small,
hard marble-like lump
caused her to, make an
appointment for a mam-
mogram. It showed noth-
ing of concern to doctors.
She had an ultrasound,
too, and although there.
was "something" showing
in that test, all the physi-
cians who looked at the
results were of the opin-
ion that What they saw.
probably was nothing
to worry about, consid-
ering the mammogram
results.
'But Goodpaster wanted
to do a surgical biopsy
anyway, just to be sure.
Those 'results confirmed
the presenceofcancer and
the need fortreatment.
Meese is now on a five-
year pill regimen that
helps in the prevention
of cancer's return. She
encouraged women to do
their self-exams as well as
have mammograms on


their appropriate sched-
ules. "It can happen to
anyone at any time. Do
these things; it can save
your life," she said.
. She had some further
advice for the crowd as
theyhelp their'friends and
loved ones who are deal-
ingwith cancer. Keep your
horror stories to yourself,
she said frankly. Cancer
sufferers have enough
trouble staying positive in
the face of their fears and
worries. "I was blessed
with good. medical care,
but even.though I try so
hard to be at peace with it,
every cough, every ache,
every bruise, the small-
est change, can make me
wonder, 'is it back, has it
spread? What about my
husband, my children?'
I can tell you that no one
going through this needs
people talking to them
about the woman they
know who had treatment,
thought she was cured,
and then died."
Hope is a formidable
weapon against cancer,
she said, and one that
doesn't'need to be blunt-
ed by stories like that.
They need messages that
shore up a special belief
mantra, instead: "We have
cancer but cancer doesn't
have us," Meese said as
she closed her talk to a
round of applause.


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S-." .the same experience as you. If a group support system isn't
your style, turn to a family member, friend, counselor or.
clergyman who you feel safe with and to whom you can
confide your thoughts and feelings. :

Treat yourself. Rent a movie you've always wanted to see,
read a beach book that offers no intellectual stimulation,
.. or take a long bubble bath.

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don't be afraid to take them up on it. Provide specifics about'how
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appointment. It's okay to get help on even the most routine
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ottondale High School's Kourtnie Richardson was crowned
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CHS Football


Hornets snap skid by blasting North Bay Haven


BY DUSTIN KENT
.dkent@jcfloridan.com
The Cottondale Hornets
snapped a two-game losing
skid Friday night with a 58-
15 home victory over North
Bay Haven Academy to im-
prove to 5-3 on the year.
SThe Hornet dominated
from the outset, jumping
out to a 28-8 lead through
one quarter and taking a
36-15 edge into the half-
time break. ,,
SShaundre McAroy, Norris
.Calhoun, and DaMichael


MMWS Football

Dominant D

lifts Bullpups

pastTigers

BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.cornm

GRACEVILLE The Marianna
Middle School Bullpups made it
six wins in a rowThursday night
with a 22-0 roadvictory over the
Graceville Middle School Tigers.
The win improved the Bullpups
to 6-1 on the season and earned
.MMS a bit of revenge'after falling
to the.Tigers twice last season.
Deontre Rhynes led Marianna
with 68 rushing yards and two
Touchdowns, while Nicholas
English added 64 yards on six
carries, and Marquis Kely also
added a rushing touchdown.
' But it was the Bulipups' de-
fense that controlled much of the
game with one of its most domi-
nant efforts of the year, shutting
out the Tigers and limiting them
to just 68 yards of total offense.
Graceville was only able to run
nine total plays in the first half
for just eight yards, with Mari-
anna getting a 15-yard TD run
byRhynes in the first quarter
and-a 4-yard TD run by Kelly in
the second to take a 14-0 half-
time lead.
SThe.Tiger offense had a much
better showing in the second half
mth a 16-play drive that ate 8:42
of game clock stretching across
the third and fourth quarters.
Unfortunately for the Tigers.
they were left with no points
to show for it when the drive
stalled at the Marianna-14-yard'
line when Cameron McClain
was thrown for a 9-yard.loss on
afournh-and-lO0play.,
The Bullpupstookoverandput
the game away in just four plays,.
with a 26-yard run by English
,setting up a 47-yard touchdown
Ldash by Rhnes with 1:40 on the
clock to put the game away.
Slakii Snowden also contribut-
ed 33 yards on three carries for
MMS, with Marke Sims going for
22 yards on three attempts.
See BULLPUPS, Page 4B


Faulk all scored touch-
downs for Cottondale,
while JaVontai Hall had
an interception return, for
a touchdown and Justin
Klotz threw a touchdown
Sto Jaueric Gardner.
"The guys played hard
and we had a good Hoine-
coming crowd," Hornets
coach Mike Melvin said af-
ter the game. "We came out
and played well offensively
and put up a lot of points
and defensively held them
a few times." ,- -


S MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Justin Klotz fires off a pass for Cottondale Friday night during
a game against North Bay Haven.
Cottondale lost its pre- but found the going much
vious two games to Ver- easier against a North Bay
nori and South Walton, Haven squad that is now 1-


5 on the season.
S'After those two losses,
any time you can get back
Sin the win column, it's a
good feeling," Melvin said.
"We've still got another
home game next week, so
we'll tryto go do it again
next Friday"
The Hornets will host the
Jay Royals (3-4), who lost to
the'Baker Gators 21-13 on
Friday.
Cottondale will then fin-
ish off the regular season
with a monster district


contest on the road against
the Graceville Tigers on
Nov. 1.
With a win over Gracev-
ille and a Vernon victory
over Sneads, the Hornets
will clinch a playoff berth.
A CHS win combined
with a Vernon win over We-
wahitchka next week and
a Sneads win over Vernon
the following week would
result in a three-way tie
for first place between the
Hornets, Yellowjackets, and
Pirates.


IVHS FOOTBALL




Bulldogs answer the bell
9.,s ''.-


S. .. .. MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
SMarianna's Teon Long dodges a pile up and heads downfield Friday night against Walton.


Marianna Bulldogs walk over Waliton


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Marianna Bulldogs have had their
problems in close games so far this sea-
son, so they made sure Friday's district
matchup with Walton was anything but.
The Bulldogs dominated the Braves in
a virtual must-win for both teams, top-
ping 400 yards rushing en route to a 43-
19 Homecoming victory.,
Teon Long rushed for 172 yards and
two touchdowns, Tommy White had 151
yards and one TD, and Herman Williams


passed for two touchdowns to lead Mari-
anna to its biggest win of the year.
"It was a total team effort," Bulldogs
coach Mark Beach said after the game.
"This is the kind of nightwe've been look-_
ing for all year. It was the best game we've
played this season. We control our own
destiny now and that's where we want to
be."
At 1-1 in District 1-4A competition,
Marianna can guarantee itself at least a
three-way shootout for a spot in the play-
. offs with a victory over Florida High on
Nov. 1 in Tallahassee.


SThe Bulldogs are tied in the league
standings with the East Gadsden Jaguars,
who lost to the Seminoles :35-18 o4 Fri-
day night.
IfWalton (0-2 in district) defeats East
Gadsden on Nov. 1 in Havana, then Mari-
anna would be able to clinch a playoff
berth outright with a win over Florida
High..:
But to get to that position, Marianna
needed a big-time effort Friday and that's
exactly what it got.
See BULLDOGS, Page 4B


P reston
Nich-
ols -
takes the ball
for Graceville
during last
week's game
against the ''
Royals. The
Tigers lost to
Vernon 14-7
on Friday
night in ..
Vernon to fall
to 4-4 overall'
,and 1-2 in Dis-
trict2 competition.
Vernon improved to.


4-3 overall and 2-0 in
the district. Gracev-
ille is off this week


before hosting Cot-
tondale in the district
finale Nov. 1.


SM FootbaU


Pirates smash Gators to


improve to 3-3 overall


BYDUSTIN KENT
S dkent@jcfloridan.com
The SneadsPirates coast-
ed to an easy district road
victory Friday night inWe-
wahitchka, smashing the
Gators 53-14 to improve to
3-3 overall and 2-1 in Dis-
trict 2 competition,
Antwan Dun rushed for
228 yards and three touch-
downs to lead the Pirates,
while Javarris Goodson
added 169 yards and four
scores.
Freshman junior varsity
call-up Larry Hill also got
his first touchdown as a


varsity player for Sneads,
scoring from 68 yards out
on his lone carry for the
Pirates' final score of the
night.
Sneads' finished the
game with 502 yards on
thegroUnd., ,
Wewahitchka' scored
touchdowns on its first
possessions of the first
and third quarters, but the
Gators were held in check
the rest ofthe way and fell
to 0-3 in league play and
2-6 overall."
A trip to Panama City to
take on North Bay Haven


is next for the Pirates, but
looming large is a Nov. 1
showdownwiththeVernon
Yellowjackets in Vernon
that will have, major play-
off implications for both
teams as well as for Cot-
tondale and Graceville.
"We're looking forward
to what I'm sure will be a.
tough game against Ver-
non," Sneads coach Bill
Thomas said after the
game Friday. "They've got
a tough defense and we've
got a pretty good offense,
SSee PIRATES, Page 4B


COLLEGE FOOTBALL Cc II :Itr L l

No. 14 Missouri deieatsNo Io, EV -^ J.E .
22 Florida. 39 c "EiiM.
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"l2B SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20,2013


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Vanderbilt running back Jerron Seymour (3) scores the game-
winning touchdown on a 13-yard run in the fourth quarter of an
NCAA football game on Saturday, Oct. 19.


Vanderbilt upsets


No. 15 Georgia,

The Associated Press ond half. Franklin did not
have an update.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Receiver Jordan Mat-
Vanderbilt finally has its thews said it was tough to
first upset of a Top 25 op- see Carta-Samuels hurt
ponent under coach James and replaced by Patton
Franklin, a win that had Robinette.
the Commodores singing "At the same time in the
with the band and dancing game, you got to stay fo-
in'the end zone. caused on the mission,"
They also likely ended Matthews said. 'I knew
No.. 15 'Georgia's faint Patton was going to 'come
hopes of a trip:back to the in anddo his job." '
Southeastern Conference Georgia (4-3, 3-2) failed
championship game for to hold a 27-14 lead with
good measure, too. -:6:24 left in the third quar-
Jerron Seymour iafi for ter following Marshall
a 13-yard touchdown with Morgan's second field'goal
2:53 left; .and Vanderbilt of the game. The Bulldogs
rallied, from a 13-point had chances to rally, but
deficit by scoring 17 unan- Brendan Douglas fumbled
swered points in the fourth after a catch with 1:59 left,
quarter Saturday for a 31- and Aaron Murray was in-
27 victory. '. terceptedon the final play.
The Commodores (4-3, Coach lMark Richt was
1-'3) hadn't beaten a Top being : criticized when
25 team since Oct. 4, 2008, Georgia lost its season
when they edged then-No, opener to Clemson, and:
13 Auburn in Nashville. now the Bulldogs have lost
They also got' their first. two straight in ,the SEC.
victory over Georgia': in Richf t'said, everyone wants
Nashville since 1991, snap-. to talk abopt how good
ping a six-game skid to the things are when ,winning
Bulldogs. '" and everyonehas an opin-
S"When you take .over ionwhen a team starts los-
a program. like we did ... ing. He had message for
every win has been unbe- 'his team after this loss.
lievably significant to us "I. just wanted to make
and 'every win shbuld:be sureeveryone understood
significant to our fan base that at Georgia we stick to-
and to our community and, gether," Richt said. '
our alumni because it's Torren McGaster started
an opportunity.," Franklin .the comeback by recov-
said when asked about the ering.a fumbled punt by
meaning of the biggest win Damian Swann late in the
* since he took over in De- third quarter. Robinette
cember2010. ran for a 2-yard TD, and
Vanderbilt rallied despite: Carey Spear kicked a 40-
1osingAustynCarta-Samu- yard field goal. Seymour
els in the second quarter put Vandy ahead a play
with an injured left leg that after Georgia punter Collin
had him on the sidelines 'Barber could only fall on a
with crutches for the sec- high snap at his own 13.



No. 16 Texas Tech


beats West Virginia


The Associated Press

MORGANTOWN, WVa.
With many solid quar-
terbacks that have worn a
Texas Tech uniform, Davis
Webb made Red Raiders
history in his'first road
start.
Webb became the first
Texas Tech freshman to
surpass 400 yards pass-
ing in his first two starts,
throwing for 462 yards in
the 16th-ranked Red Raid-
ers' 37-27 win over West
Virginia on Saturday.
Texas Tech (7-0, 4-0 Big
12) scored 21 unanswered
points after falling.behind
by double digits late in the
third quarter to move into
sole possession of, first
place in the conference.
At a school that's seen
three different, quarter-
backs 'reach 5,000 yards
passing in a season in-
cluding head coach Kliff
Kingsbury and three
others surpass 4,000 yards,
those passers accom-
plished little as freshmen
or redshirt freshmen.
Webb broke the school
freshman single-game re-
cord of 422 yards set by
Billy Joe Tolliver against
TCU in 1985 and sur-
passed the415 yards Webb
had last week against Iowa
State.
For the day, Webb com-
pleted 36 of 50 passes, in-
cluding a pair of 10-yard
scoring passes to tight end
Jace Amaro.
"It's encouraging to have
a young QB like that and
have guys step up around
him and' make those
Playss" Kingsbury said. "It


bodes well for the future."
Fellow Texas Tech fresh-
man Baker Mayfield, who
missed his second straight
game with a twisted knee,
had' 413 and 367 yards'in
his first two games this
season, respectively.
Kingsbury, who doesn't
let freshmen talk to the
media, said Webb's work
ethic, steadily improved
after he wasn't chosen to
start the season.
"The more reps he gets,
the better he gets and the
more confidence he gets,"
Kingsbury. said.
Texas Tech's Ryan 'Bus-
tin kicked three field goals
and Kenny Williams had a
pair of 1-yard touchdown
runs, including the go-
ahead score with 9:20 left
in the game.
Dreamius Smith ran
for two touchdowns for
the Mountaineers (3-4,
1-3), who punted on four
straight possessions in the
second half to let Texas
Tech take over.
Kingsbury got awin in his
first head-to-head match-
up as a coach against West
Virginia's Dana Holgorsen..
"We refused to coach
well enough to win the
game," Holgorsen said.
"And obviously that will
get addressed.
Kingsbury was the Red
Raiders' quarterback from
.1999-02. Holgorsen was
the team's wide receivers
coach from 2000-04 and
added offensive coordina-
tor duties from 2005-07.
Holgorsen is credited with
helping Kingsbury join
him on Kevin Sumlin's staff
at Houston in 2008.


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College Football


No. 14 Mizzou defeats No. 22 Florida


The Associated Press

COLUMBIA, Mo. No James
Franklin, no problem for Missouri.
Maty Mauk threw for 295 yards
in his first career start and Andrew
Baggett converted five field goals to
help the No. 14 Tigers defeat No. 22
Florida 36-17 on Saturday and open
a two-game lead in the Southeast-
ern Conference East Division.
With Franklin watching on the
sideline in street clothes, Mauk put
any doubts to rest about whether
he was ready on the first play of
the game with a ,41-yard pass to
L'Damian Washington and then a
20-yard toss to Bud Sasser for a 7-0
lead just 22 seconds in.
Coach Gary Pinkel said Saturday
was the toughest situation he's ever
had to put in a quarterback, espe-
cially against a defense only allow-
ing 235.3. yards per game. But the
opening drive helped ease the stress
Son Mauk, who said he was deter-
mined to throw the ball downfield
on the opening play.
"He looked like a seasoned veteran
out there,'.Pinkel said., ,
Missouri (7-0, 3-0) outgairied the
Gators 500-151 and became the first
conference opponent in 14 games
to score at least 21 points against
'them. The Tigers -bullied Florida
,(4-3, 3-2) at the line of scrimmage,
sacking quarterback Tyler Murphy
'six times and flushing him out of the
pocket throughout the game. :
The Tigers knocked off their sec-'
ond .: consecutive ranked oppo-
,nent. for the first time since 1973
and will face No. 11 South Caro-
lina next week at home. The Game-
cocks' lost at Tennessee 23-21 on
Saturday.
."This team is resilient, coming
back from where we were last year,"


S, THEASSOCIATED PRESS
Missouri running back Henry Josey, runs right past Florida's Brian Poole (center)
as teammate Bud Sasser (left) runs behind during the fourth quarter of an NCAA
football game Saturday.


Washington said. "Itold Coach Pin-
kel, 'We've got to stop talldking bowl
Games around here. Let's talk BCS,
let's talk. national championships.'"
Florida is off before facing Georgia
on Nov. 2 in Jacksonville.
Mauk entered the game having
only thrown six passes this season,
but three of those came in the final-
quarter of a 41-26 win'at Georgia
last week after Franklin suffered a
shoulder injury that will keep him
out at least two mrore games. Mauk
completed 18 of 36 passes Saturday,
including three for 37 yards or more
down the sideline: *'"t-,. ,
The 6-foot, 200-pound redshirt
freshman capped the scoring
with 6:30 remaining on a' 17-yard
scramble, prompting the 67,124 in
attendance to perform the "Gator
Chomp."I :
"Backup quarterback?," center
Evan Boehm asked. "Maty would be
starting anywhere else."
Mauk also. made a few ill-advised
throws, as Brian Poole intercepted
a pass with 3:34 left in the first half
and almost had another in the same


quarter but dropped it.
Murphy completed 15-of-29 pass-
es for 92 yards and an interception.
for the Gators as he tried to escape
Missouri's defensive line. all game,
Freshman Kelvin Taylori son of for-
mer National Football League run-
ning back Fred Taylor, ran for 74
yards on 12 carries in his fifth career
game.
Murphy thought he had time on
some of his missed throws despite
absorbing three sacks from SEC-
leader Michael Sam and one apiece
from Kony Ealy, Matt Hoch and
Shane Ray.
"They did a good job covering,
but we're got to find ways to make
plays," Murphy said. "I have to" find
ways to get guys the ball."
The Gators only gained 61 yards
in the first half including nine
rushing but used six runs to drive
70 yards and pull within 23-17 with
46 seconds left in the third quarter.
Missouri answered with a 33-yard
field goal by Baggett following a 50-
yard run byHenry Josey, who ran for
136 yards on 18 carries.


Volunteers top No. 11 South Carolina


The Associated Press

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -
Michael Palardy lived, up
to hisword. '
Palardy made a 19-yard
field goal as time expired
Saturday for a 23-21 vic-
tory over No. 11 South
Carolina that ended the
Volunteers' 19-game los-
ing streak against ranked
opponents. Palardy. had
predicted such a scenario
. a day earlier in a conversa-
tion with Tennessee coach
Butch Jones.
"I said, 'You've got the
game-winner tomorrow,
right?'" Jones said. "And he
said, 'I got you, Coach.'"
The loss may. have
proved doubly painful
for South Carolina, which
had a four-game winning
streak snapped. Quarter-
back Connor Shaw left the
game after being sacked
by Marion Walls and
Daniel McCullers with
, less than' five minutes re-
maining. South Carolina
coach Steve Spurrier said
afterward that Shaw had a
sprained knee.
"I think he sort of got
tackled on it," Spurrier
said. "It collapsed under
him, he said."
Tennessee (4-3,1-2 SEC)
got into held-goal range
on a spectacular 39-yard
catch by freshman Mar-
quez North, who snared
the ball with his left hand
at the South Carolina 26
while being 'closely cov-
ered by cornerback Ah-
mad Christian down the
left sideline. Four consec-
utive runs by Marlin Lane
got the Vols to the South


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Tennessee running'back Rajion Nal (20) is congratulated
by teammates offensive linesman Ja'Wuan James (70) and
offensive linesman Antonio Richardson (74) after scoring a
touchdown in the second quarter of an NCAA football game
,against South Carolina on Saturday.


Carolina 2 and set up the
field goal.
Palardy celebrated his
game-winning kickby rac-
ing to join his teammates
on the sideline closest
to the Tennessee locker
room, ,where they gath-
ered to celebrate at about
the 15-yard line. They lat-
er ran to the other side of
,the field to celebrate with
Tennessee's, band and
students. f
Tennessee coach Butch
Jones chest-bumped ath-
letic director Dave Hart
on his way off the field.
"It meant everything,
to be honest with' you,"
Palardy said. "It's been a
long time coming." ." ,
Mike Davis rushed for
137 yards and a touch-
down for South Carolina
(5-2, 3-2), which: erased
a 17-7- halftime deficit
before' falling. Shaw had
a touchdown run and a
touchdown pass, though
he also was 7' of 21 and


threw his first intercep-
tion of the season, ending
a string of 177 consecu-
tive passes without getting
picked off.
S"They came out, played
fast, did the things w6
expect them to do," Da-
vis said. "We just didn't
execute."
Tennessee hadn't beaten
a ranked foe since a 31-13
victory over No. 21 South
Carolina on Oct. 31, 2009.
But on a day when hun-


dreds of formerVolunteers
joined the team Saturday
in running onto Neyland
Stadium, Tennessee final-
ly started playing like the
Vols of old.
About 250 former Ten-
nessee players, includ-
ing All-Pro selections Al
Wilson and Jamal Lewis,
joined the team in going'
through the "T" and onto,
the playing field before
the game.
"I was shaking all those
guys' hands earlier aid
told them, 'We've got your
back,'" Tennessee offen-
sive tackle Antonio "Tiny"
Richardson said. "We're
trying to get Tennessee
back to where it needs to
be. I think we took the first
step tp getting there;"
SThe presence of all those
former Vols seemed to in-
spire Tennessee.
Tennessee tooka3-0 lead
on a 37-yard field goal that
was set up by a targeting
penalty on South Carolina
safety Kadetrix Marcus
that resulted in his ejec-
tion. Marcus had hit Alton
"Pig" Howard at the end of
a 12-yard reception.


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for little boys


T he young man,
age 20, unhooked
the mountain-lake
white bass and dropped
it into the livewell. Hur-
iriedly, he made another
cast and the small crank-
!bait was again viciously
attacked. The light-actior
spinning
rod bowed
crazily.
and the
reel's drag
whined
Bob in high-
Kor iw pitched,
song as the
second fish
strained hard at the end
of the 6-pound test line.
Soon, it too succumbed
and wqs brought aboard.
After that, all was
frenzy. Angling discipline
all but disappeared. With
boyish excitement in
his eyes and a wide grin
etched across his face,
the exuberant fisher-., >
man wholeheartedly
immersed himself in that
spring's white bass run
and became-totally lost
. in thezexcitement of the
moment. -
"Lookathim," said; .
the guidein the bow,
of the boat. "He's like a
five-year-old." ':
At the stern, the young
man's father grinned and
understood. In fact, the
young man's first-ever.
fish, a big crappie, had
been caught when he was
exactly that, five years
of age. Other than the
,physical differences, his
son was much like he hac
been that day, a decade
and ahalf earlier.: .
"Yeah," came the
father's indulgent reply.
"These are his first
spring-run white bass."'
A few yeais back, on
north Georgia's Tallulah
River, I guided a thirty-
something friend to a.
pool of stocked rainbows.
My new-to-trout-fish-
ing buddy slipped and
feltbhree times while-
posidoning himself, then
proceeded to make at
least a dozen clumsy,
water-churning casts
before finally hooking
and-landing one fish.
Dripping wet and smiling
like a mule eating briars,
he fished feverishly, at
last bringing fish number
eight to hand.
Afterward, the novice
angler babbled (yep, .',:
like a five-year-old) and
even did a little dance". '
he's likely to kill me for
revealing. This "kid;", by
":the way, was and is an
accomplished and skilled
angler. But this was his
first limit of trout, gullibhl
stoclers though they
were. He now loves trout
fishing with a passion.
A handful of summers
ago, two more bud-..;.'
dies and I motored out.


of St. Simons Island's
Golden Isles Marina and
anchored on a shallow
inshore shelf situated
beneath the choppy wa-
ters of St. Simons Sound.
There, we rigged slightly
up-sized bass gear, baited
a fish-finder rigs with
chopped-up'poagies
S(menhaden), and pro-
ceeded to tempt the 10
to 20-pound sharks that
abound in these waters
this time of year.
SWe were not disap-
pointed. The sharks were
e there and, as sharks nor-
i mally are, quite hungry.
The bite was on and it
was difficult to reach the
punch line of even the
shortest joke between
strikes. There are few
fishes more ravenous
than sharks when actively
feeding.
SAt the outset, I was
unaware that the young-
est, of our party had never
before.experienced this
l -kind of fishing. I found.
out soon enough, how-
ever, after he set the hook
in his first feisty blacktop.
There it was, that "five-
year-old's" jaw-gaping
grin accompanied by
Those juvenile whoops
of absolute glee that few
adults are prone to utter
when sober. We started
South fighting fish by turn.
and ended by allowing
the "kid" to enjoy the
s lion's share of the action.
One look at his face in my
photos proves the sacri-
fice well worth it.
S Said kid, as it were, had
just turned 40. He is a
Georgia Tech graduate, a
successful environmental
engineer, and a long-time
veteran angler..
Then there's yours truly.
Ten years ago, I caught
my biggest-ever small-
mouth bass from a lake
near the Georgia/Tennes-
see border. The energetic
: bronzeback fought just
'as all the old outdoor
.,' writers of my youth said
it would. I've never had '
a more worthy angling
opponent. Following the
battle, I released the fish
and just stood there in'
the boat, visibly quiver-,
Sing and firmly believing
I coull actually hear my
own heartbeat. Uh huh,
r*' the five-vear-old's grin '
was there, too. On the *
face of a young kid of 51..
My guide took one look-,
at me and said, "Man, ,
you'd thipk that was your
first smallie." ,
SFinding myvoice, I re-
plied, "Yeah, you would,
I wouldn't youv"'.-,, ;
It's a funny thing, folks.
SWhen it comes to fishing.
Sage and experience have
but slight bearing on
Sone's level ofenjoyment. :
And one thing's for sure
and certain. Little boys
come in all ages.


SPORTS


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20,2013 3Br


College Football

No. 24 Auburn beats No. 7 A&M


The Associated Press

COLLEGE STATION, Texas Nick
Marshall accounted for four scores
and No. 24 Auburn battered Johnny
Manziel in a 45-41 win over No. 7
Texas A&M on Saturday.
Tre Mason's 5-yard, score with less
than 2 minutes to play was first
placed at the 1, but it was reviewed
and ruled a touchdown.
A&M (5-2, 2-2 SEC) had-a last
chance, but Manziel, the Heisman
Trophy winner, was sacked by Dee
Ford on fourth down to secure the
win.
Manziel threw for 454 yards and
four touchdowns and ran for a fifth
score, but was intercepted twice. He
missed a series in the fourth quarter


with an apparent injury to his right
arm 6r shoulder. He returned but was
constantly moving his right arm.
Marshall threw for 236 yards and
two touchdowns and ran for 100
yards and two more scores for Au-
burn (6-1, 3-1), which lost 63-21 to
the Aggies last season.
Texas A&M'sMike Evans had a
school-record 287 yards receiving
with four touchdowns to become
the first player in school history to
have two, 200-yard receiving games
in a career. He scored on receptiohs
of 26, 64, 42 and 33 yards.
Auburn entered the game leading
the SEC with 287 yards rushing a
game and piled up 379 yards rush-
ing against the Aggies. Mason led the
way with 178 yards and Corey Grant


added 45.
Manziel connected with Evans
for his fourth TD on a 33-yard pass
- that Auburn was called for pass
interference on giving A&M a 31-
24 lead late in the third quarter.
Manziel was injured when he was
tackled on an 8-yard run early in, the
fourth quarter.
He got up after the tackle and
then went to the ground before he
reached the A&M sideline. A&M of-
ficials looked at him for a couple of
minutes on the turf before he got up.
and walked off on his own power.
He was replaced by Matt Joeckel,
who threw an incomplete pass on
third down and A&M settled for a
20-yard field goal to push the lead to
34-24. ,


No. 13 Stanford smothers No. 9 UCLA


The Associated Press

STANFORD, Calif. Tyler Gaffney
ran for 171 yards and two touch-
downs, and No. 13 Stanford smoth-
ered Brett Hundley and ninth-ranked
UCLA 24-10 on Saturday.
Kevin Hogan threw for 227 yards
and a spectacular touchdown to
Kodi Whitfield as the Cardinal (6-1,
4A) regrouped again after losing at
Utah last week. Stanford'has not lost
consecutive games since October
2009.
Stanford hurried Hundley all after-


noon to slow down UCLA's up-tem-
po offense.
Hundley completed 24 of 39 pass-
es for 192 yards, owe touchdown and
two interceptions to Jordan Richards
- the -second with a little more than
2 minutes remaining to seal Stan-
ford's victory. UCLA (5-1, 2-1) has
not started 6-0 since 2005.
,'The Cardinal came out on top
again in a rematch ,of last season's
Pac-12 title game and showed they're
not bowing out of the conference
race. Staniford has woi, six .straight
over, UICLA, including three times in,


the last year, and 14 in a row against
teams from California.
The Bruins entered the game av-
eraging 45.8 points per game. That
ranked second in the Pac-12 behind
Oregon, which hosts UCLA next
week before traveling to Stanford on
Nov. 7 in matchups that will likely
decide the Pac-12's championship
game. ,
Stahford, which had its 13-game
'winning streak snapped in Salt Lake
City last week, showed just why it
has been so tough to keep down the
last four years.


No.4 Ohio State comes backto beat Iowa


The Associated Press

COLUMBUS, Ohio -N6.
4 Ohio State found a way
to keep its winning streak
alive just in time.
Carlos Hyde ran for 149
yards, including 106 yards
and two touchdowns in
the second half, to lead the
Buckeyes to a 34-24 victory
over Iowa on Saturday.


Itwas the Buckeyes' 19th
consecutive victory, the
most in the nation and ty-
ing the second-best streak
in school history.
But it didn't come easy.
The Hawkeyes (4-3, 1-2
Big Ten) dominated of-
fensively in the first half
and led 21-14 at the break
behind the passing of Jake
Rudock and running, of


No. 18 Sooners bounce

back to beat Kansas


The Associated Press,

LAWRENCE, Kan.
Blake Bell threw for
131 yards and two touch-
downs, and No. 18 Okla-
homa finally awoke from
its Red River rout hangover
to beat lowly Kansas 34-19
on Saturday.:
The Sooners (6-1, 3-1
Big 12),. whose national
championship aspirations
were cast aside by. Texas
last weekend,. stumbled
through the first quarter
and found themselves in a
'13-0 hole. ..
SBut behind Bell's steady
play, a stingy pass defense
.and a 49-yard touchdown
toss from wide. receiver
Lacoltan Bester to Sterling
Shepard oh'an end-around
play, the Sooners'scored
25 straight points-on their
way to winning their ninth
;straight over the Jayhawks.
' It wias' Oklahoma's 15th
' straight .win thie week after
playing the Longhorns.
James Sims ran for 129
yards and two touchdowns


for Kansas (2-4, 0-3), but
he didn't have much help.
Jake Heaps was just 5 of 13
for 16 yards passing, the
:fewest yards through the
air for Kansas since throw-
ing for 15 yards in a loss to
Nebraska in 2010.'.:, :
On a couple occasions,
Heaps. was benched. for
freshman Mofltell Cozart,
who had his 'redshirt tak-
en away by coach Charlie
Weis. Cozart didn't attempt
a pass.


Mark Weisman and 'Da-
mon Bullock.
SBut Hyde tied it with-the
first rushing TD' against
Iowa this season on Ohio
State's. first drive of. the
third quarter, and the
Buckeyes took over.


Braxton Miller complet-'
ed 22 of 27 passes for 222
yards and two touchdowns
and added 102 yards rush-.
ing for the Buckeyes (7-0,
3-0); who haven't lost in
Urban Meyer's two years
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No. 21 Oklahoma St gets win over TCU


The Associated Press

STILLWATER, Okla. Clint Chelf
made a case for why he should again be
Oklahoma State's starting quarterback.
Chelf threw for 178 yards after replac-
ing sophomore J.W Walsh in the second
quarter, and the No. 21 Cowboys held on
for a 24-10 win over TCU on Saturday.
The senior, playing in his final home-
coming game, completed 10 of 25 passes
with one interception.
Josh Stewart added 10 catches'for 141
yards and had a 95-yard punt return for
a touchdown, giving Oklahoma State (5-
1,2-1 Big 12 Conference) enough offense
to build a 17-0 halftime lead.
Chelf. replaced: Walsh at quarterback
after the sophomore threw his second
interception of the first half, an ill-ad-
visled throw into the middle of the end
zone. Walsh finished 9-for-18 for 115
yards and two interceptions.
TCU (3-4, 1-3) also switched quarter-
backs in the second quarter, but it didn't
help as the Homed Frogs struggled in
their second trip to Stillwater in as many
years.
Oklahoma State's turnover problems
didn't end with the quarterback change.
as Chelf had his first pass intercepted.
However, he responded by leading
the C6wboys on back-to-back scoring


Bullpups
From Page 1B
James Wilson led the Ti-
gers with 31 yards on nine
rushes, with McClain go-
ing for 17 yards on 13 at-
tempts, and Charlie Nich-
ols 17 yards on two tries.
Marianna will finish
out its season with a road
game against Port St. Joe
on Thursday.
SGraceville's season came
to an end with the loss,
which dropped the Tigers
to 3-3. .


Pirates
From Page lB :
so it'should be a unique
kind of game. It's go-
ing to be great to: get
our young kids a chance
to play in .a game like
..that."
Vernrion is sitting atop
the league standings at


drives to head into halftime with some
momentum.
Chelf beat out Walsh in the offseason
to start Oklahoma State's season opener
against Mississippi State. But he lost the
job and watched as Walsh started the
Cowboys' next five games.
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy
said, afterward that he Will evaluate his
quarterbacks over the next few' days
before deciding on which one will start
next week's game at Iowa State.
TCU coach Gary Patterson decided to
make his own quarterback change in the
second quarter after watching his of-
fense struggle while falling behind by 17.
Sophomore Trevone Boykin completed
only 5 of his first 13 passes for 27 yards
with two Interceptions, but redshirt
freshman Tyler Matthews didn't Ado any
better.
Matthews fumbled on his first play
under center and failed to complete his
only pass. Boykin returned to the line-,
up to start the second half, but he was
struggling with an injury and threw his
third interception of the day to end the
third quarter.,
The Horned Frogs got within 17-10
when Waymon James slipped past Okla-
homa State defensive tackle Calvin Bar-
nett and scored on a 14-yard touchdown
with 7:39 remaining.


MARK ,KINNLK/i'LUKIUAN
A Graceville runner is brought down by a pack of Builpups
during a middle school football game Thursday night.


2-0 and still has another
district game against We-
wahitchka before facing
Sneads, while Cottondale
is tied with Sneads at 2-1
and Gracevil1e is in fourth
place at 1-2.
The Tigers and Hornets
will play each other in
Graceville the same night
as Sneads/Vernon.
Vernon and Sneads could


both win up as district
champs by the end of the
night, or there could be a
three-way tie at the top be-
tweenVernon, Cottondale,
and Sneads..
There are a variety of
possible scenarios, but
for the Pirates, it's their
, best opportunity in re-
cent years to. return to
the playoffs for the first


Bulldogs
From Page 1B
The Bulldogs ,set the
tone early when Teon Long
scored a 71-yard touch-
down on the second play
from scrimmage to give
MHS the early 7-0 edge.
Long scored again from
30 yards out in the waning
moments of the first pe-
riod to make it 14-0, and
Herman Williams hit Brian
Pender for a 23-yard TD
pass on a fourth-and-13
play on Marianna's next
possession to put the Bull-
dogs up by three TDs.
A fumble on Walton's
next drive set Marianna up
at the Braves' 37-yard line
and the Bulldogs converted
the mistake into points four
plays later with a 16-yard
TD sprint by Tommy White
to make it 28-0 with 6:40 to
halftime.
That's where the score re-
mained to halftime, but the
Braves put a major scare
into the Bulldogs in the
third quarter with a furious
rally to get back into it.,
A 10-play, 63-yard drive
by Walton to start the sec-
ond half was paid off by
a 6-yard TD run by Amos
Williams to make it 28-6,
and the Braves defense
then came up with a big
play, on a sack and fumble
return to the Marianna 5-
yard line on the next series.
Williams scored again on
the next play to cut the lead
to 28-12.
After a three-and-out
on Marianna's next series,
Walton took over at the
MHS 40-yard line and took
it in four plays later onWil-
liams' third TD run of the
game from 2 yards out,
The extra point made it
28-19 with 2:29 left in the


time since 2003.
".. We've got a chance, but
we've done nothing yet,"
Thomas said. "This dis-
trict is so tough. We've all
gotten better and we're all
pretty even.- Between us,
Cottondale, Vernon, and
Graceville, we're all pretty
close. It can come down to
just one play here or one
play there."' I


third period, and the Bull-
dogs appeared to be on the
ropes after another quick
offensive series resulted in
a punt.
But the Braves imploded
on their ensuing posses-
sion, getting a delay, of
game and then a high snap
that resulted in a 13-yard
loss which was compound-
ed by an unsportsmanlike
penalty that set up a sec-
ond-and-38 from their own
10-yard line.
The Walton quarterback
was then sacked for a safety
on the next play by a host of
Bulldogs, making it 30-19
and giving Marianna pos-
session after Walton was
forced to kick off.
, The Bulldogs finally got
some breathing ropm with
Williams' second TD toss of
the night, this one to Der-
rick Knowles from 25 yards
out to make it 37-19 with
10:04 to play.
Knowles later added a
51-yard touchdown run for
goodmeasure to wrap up
a huge offensive night for


Marianna.
MHS finished with 483
yards of total offense for
the game compared to just
152 forWalton.
Knowles had 79 yards on.
the ground and the Bull-'
dogs ended up with 404
yards rushing overall..
Williams rushed for 54
yards and three TDs on 17
carries to lead Walton.
SThough the final margin
and stats were both, pretty
lopsided, things got a bit
hairy in the. third quar-
ter for the Bulldogs, with.
Beach admitting after-.
wards that his team got a
little 'tighl trying to protect
that big lead. ; "
S"I think they were, but'
that's natural. That's a parf
of sports that you've just-
got to .work through," he.'
said. "When you're 1-5, y.ou'
definitely think about it be-
cause you want to win so
bad."
Marianna will step out of
district play next week .to:
playhostto 1A power Tren-
,ton on Friday at 7 p.m.


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MONDAY NIGHT HI ROLLERS
TEAM STANDINGS
10/14/2013
W-L
1) Trouble 12-12
2) Marianna Office Supply 12-12
3) #1 11-13
4) Mary's Day Care 10-14
5) Adams Funeral Home 9-15
High Team Hdcp. Game: #1718
High Team Hdcp. Series: Marianna
Office Supply 1962
High Game: Jim Miller 252; Bettie
Grinsted 165
High Series: Jim Miller 591, Bettie
Grinsted 482
TUESDAY MORNING
COFFEE LEAGUE
TEAM STANDINGS
S 10/15/2013
W-L
1) James & Sikes 26.5-9.5
2) Kindel Awards 24.5-11.5
3) Family Dentistry 25-11
4) Downhome Dental 20-16
5) Verizon 20-16
6) Jims Buffet & Grill 19-17
7). Pacers 16-20
8) Team #1 13-23
9) Marianna Animal Hospital 12-24
High Game: Paula Kindelspire 218;
Brian Ouzts 245
High Series: Paula Kindelspire 525,
Dan Harris 593
High Team Game: Kindel Awards 925
High Team Series: James & Sikes 2618
TUESDAY NIGHT MIXED
TEAM STANDINGS
10/15/13
W-L
1) Jason's Crew 22-10
2) We're Back 19-13
3) El-Rio 17-15
4) Backwoods Bowlers 17-15
5) Ba-Zin-Ga 17-15
6) X-Men 16.5-15.5
7) James Gang 15-17
8) Oak Creek Honey Bees 14-18
9) Deadwood 12.5-19.5
S10) Brantley's Bunch 10-22
High Team Hdcp. Game: Deadwood
1009
High Team Hdcp. Series: We're Back
2823
Hign Game Hdco: Jean Brantley. Travis
Pittmnan 219
High Series Hdcp: Dale Reynolds 710,
Lynn 739
High Series Scratcn: LuAnn 550, Lynn
631
WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED
TEAM STANDINGS
10/16/2013
W-L
1)2 Pa;r of Nutz 22-6
2) Smith's Supermarket 18-10
3) P.C.B.D.T. 17-11
4) Whiskey Throttle 15-13
5) Big Lots 15-13
6) Hump Day 4,, .-14
7) Kindel Avards 12-16
8) Kindel Pro Shop. 12-16
9) James Gang 11-17
10) 4 Shades of Grey 11-17
11) Marianna Wash & Wax 11-17
12) EJ Sound Machine 10-18
High Team Hdcp. Game: P.C.B.D.T. 1000
High Team Hdcp. Series: P.C.B.D.T. 2946
High Game Hdcp: Annette Land 268,
Ted Starbuck 286
High Series Hdcp: Annette Land 753,
Tom Arnold 785
High Game Scratch: Amie Kain 204, Jay
Roberts 268
High Series Scratch: Amie Kain 552,
Jason Kindelspire 713,
CHIPOLA MEN'S LEAGUE
S TEAM STANDINGS
10/17/2013
W-L
I DCraptastic 19-13
) -&Men 19 13
3) Kindel Lanes Pro Shop 18-14 '
4) RIcoh 18-14:
5) Southern Style Stucco 17-15
6)RTFB .14-418
7) The Cripples 12720
8) Vengeance 11-21


High School Football
Friday- lay at Cotton-
dale, 7 p.m.; Trenton
at Marianna, 7 p.m.;
Sneads at North Bay
Haven, 7 p.m.; Graceville
is off this week.


High School
Volleyball

Sneads High School
hosts the District
2- 1 A tournament this
week starting Mon-
day and wrTapping up
Thursday.
Monday's schedule:
Cottondale vs. Vemrnon,
3 p.m.; Altha vs. Wewa-
hitchka, 5 p.m.; Blount-
stown vs. Graceville, 7
p.m.
Tuesday's schedule:
Sneads vs. Cottondale/
Vernon winner, 5 p.m.;
Altha/Wewahitchka
winner vs. Blountstown/
Graceville winner, 7 p.m.
The championship
game will be Thurs-
day at 7 p.m.


Middle School
Football
Thursday- Marianna at
Port St. Joe, 6 p.m.

Marianna Golf
The Marianna High
School golf team will
compete Tuesday in the
Region 1-1A tournament
at AC Read Golf Course
in Pensacola.

Recreation Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will of-
fer two tackle football
leagues and one boys'
flag football league this
year. Registration for
youth ages 6 to 13 will be
held Oct. 1 through Nov.
1 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
The Marianna Educa-
tional and Recreational
Expo (MIERE) located at
3625 Caverns Road in
Marianna.
The registration fee for
flag football is $30 for all
participants. The fee for
tackle leagues will be $45
for all participants. The
fee must be paid with a
check 6r money order;


SPORTS


no cash will be accepted.
Special registration will
be held at the MERE
from 4-7 p.m. Oct. 14,21.
No one will be allowed to
register after Nov I.
All participants must
bring a copy of their
birth certificate. You may
also visit our website
at www.leaguelineup.
com/mrd and go to the
football page and down-
load a form. The age of
all participants on Nov.
1 of the current year will
* be the player's age for
the entire season.
Anyone that may be
interested in coaching a
team or officiating youth
football please contact
the Marianna Reqreation
Department at 482-
6228 or come by during
registration.

Men's Flag Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer a
Men's ,7-on-7 Flag Foot-,
ball League.
Teams may sign up at
The Marianna Educa-
tional and Recreational
Expo (MERE) located at


3625 Caverns Road in
Marianna. The registra-
tion fee of $400 is due
before first contest.
The league will play a
10-game schedule with
play starting Nov. 4.
There will be a mangers/
organizational meeting
on Oct.21 at 6p.m. at
the MERE Complex.
For more information
please contact the MERE
at 850-482-6228 or visit
our web page at www.
leaguelineup.com/ m rd
and click on the Adult
Football page.

Grand Ridge Old
Timer's Game
Grand Ridge School
will host an Old Timer's
Basketball Game for
former Indians on Nov. 9
at 6.p.m.
All former administra-
tors, players, coaches,
cheerleaders, and
cheerleader sponsors are
encouraged to attend.
Admission to the game
is $2. Concessions will
be available and a cake
auction will be held at
halftime,.


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Proceeds from the
event will be used to
fund the restoration of
the class composite pic-
tures, the Grand Ridge
School yearbook, and
other student events.
Former students wish-
ing to play or cheer can
contact Wanda Lewis
at 482-9835, ext. 221 or
wanda.lewis@'jcsb.org
in order to pre-register
and reserve your own
souvenir t-shirt.
The class composite
pictures from 1941 to
2006, with the exception
of 1942, 1943, and 1944,
have been restored and
will be unveiled prior to
the game in the lobby.
A frame has been made
for the missing years
and anyone that has a
copy of the photos can
contact Beth TYre at 482-
9835, ext. 224 or beth.
rtye@jcsb.org.

Sports Items
Send all sports Items to edrto-
rial@jcfloridan.corn.or fa Ithem
to 850-482-4478 The mailing
address for the paper is Jackson
County Floridan P.O Box 520
Marinanna. FL 32447


Fishing


LAKE SEMINOLE

Bass, fishing remains
fair. Improved activity is
evident though fish are
still scattered and holding
at various depths and lo-
cations. Shallow grass and
lily pads are producing a
fair topwater bite. Flipping
these same areas may also
pay off. Deeper fish may
be taken on deep-running
crankbaits fished around
grassy points near chan-
nel ledges.
Water temperature and
clarity are now conducive
to better baitfish activ-
ity. Crappies should be
more active now, with live
mninnows the preferred
offering.
Catfish of all species
are active now, particu-
larly over hard,`sandy bot-


toms. Live 1
and stinkb
choices.,
SBream
activity
recently.


LAKEEUF


baitfish, worms of' a fair bluegill bite at
aitss are good present. :
Small crankbaits and live
and hybrid minnows fished on light
has slowed tackle are producing a few
nice crappie stringers.
Catfish are very active
FAULA on the flats early and late.
AULACut bait and earthworms


Bass fishing is fair when
current is moving. Frog
baits and other topwater
offerings are producing
over grassy flats early and
late in the day. Topwa-
ter baits are good all day
during overcast periods.
In moving water, also try
deep crankbaits on the
ledges of the mainriver
channel. When current is
not present, use Carolina-
rigged worms in the deep-
er ledge structure.
Crickets and worms may
be used to take advantage


are good bait choices.

LAKE ANDREWS/
CHATTAHOOCHEE
RIVER
Catfish are good. Use,
live earthworms to catch'
them along bluff walls
where currents are not
too strong. Anchor or tie
off and fish straight down.
Also try them on points
and sandbars late in the
afternoon. Tailwater cats
are slowto bite right now,
but thQ fish are larger than


those in the bluff-wall aid
sandbar locations.
For bream, either drift-
fish along the banks in the
main river with crickets or
go up the creeks and fish
worms on -the bottom:
A few good catches of
moderate-size shellcrAck-
ers have come from the
creeks, with a few catfish
mixed in.
Bass are slow. Some may


be caught in the creeks on
worms and shallow crank-
baits, but they're hit-and-
miss at best.
Crappies are slow as
well.

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.


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NFL


Bills are Dolphins' 1st



intradivision opponent


The Associated Press

MIAMIGARDENS,Fla.-
SSixweeks into theirseason,
.' and 13 weeks after training
camp opened, the Miami
Dolphins begin playing the
games. that matter most.
SThe Dolphins (3-2) face
an' AFC East rival for 'the
first time Sundy when
they take on the Buffalo
Bills (2-4). Miami is the last
team in the conference to
play within its division.
"Division games are the
ones you look forward to,
the ones that you want to
win the most," quarterback
Ryan Tannehill said. "YOu
play each team: twice, and
in order to win your divi-
sion; the best way to do it
is to win the games inyour
division. We have them all
right infront of us, so I feel
like tias an advantage for
us." ... .
That's true only if the
Dolphins fare better thani
they have in recent sea-
sons against their biggest
rivals. They're 20-34 versus
AFC East teams over 'the
S: past nine years, which is
Sa big reason they've made
playoffs only once in that
span. .. .
And they've repeatedly
come ,up short against
Bills teams perceived as
pushovers. Since the start
of 2004, Buffalo is 10-8
against Miami and 49-83
against everyone else,
As the rivals prepare to
meet for the 99th time,
here are five keys to watch


in the'game:
MIAMI TRIES TO TAKE
CARE OF BUSINESS:
The Dolphins survived
the toughest part of their
Schedule well-positioned
for a playoff run. They've
lost two in a row, but the
defeats were against NFC
South leader New Orleans
and defending'Super Bowl
Champion Baltimore.
"Now they're coming, off
a bye and likely will be fa-
vored in five of their next
six games.
Any projected scenario
sending the Dolphins to
the playoffs would include
a win Sunday, especially
with, Buffalo riddled by
injuries. Most calculations
of paths to the playoffs for
Miami would include two
victories against the Bills
and two over the division
rival Jets.
"Winning ,teams win
games like this," Dolphins
tackle Tyson Clabo said.
S"Division games are
worth two," teammate
Brian Hartline ,said. "You
give them a loss; you give
yourself a win. It's like a
twyo-point swing. That's the
Magnitude of the game."
Buffalo is 0-2 this year
against division, oppo-
nents, and 6-26 since 2008
but three .of those vic-
tories have. come versus
the Dolphins; And despite
theirinjuries, young roster
and new coaching staff,
the Bills have exceeded ex-
pectations so far.
"That probably shows


how poorly it has been
before," first-year coach
DougMarrone said.
The Bills have been with-
in a score of their oppo-
nents in the fourth quarter
of each game, including
last week's overtime loss to
Cincinnati.
BUFFALO QB RETURNS
HOME: Thad Lewis, Buffa-,
lo's interim starting quar-
terback, grew up near the
Dolphins'- stadium and
remembers rooting for the
home team when Dan Ma-
rino and the 'Bills' Jim Kelly
would trade touchdown
passes ,
"Those were the great old
days," Lewis said.,
Buffalo's passing, game
is less, potent now, but
Lewis came to the res-
cue last Week. After being,
promoted from the prac-
tice' squad, he overcame
a sprained right foot and
a 14-point deficit, throw-
ing for two fourth-quarter
touchdowns ;against ,the
Bengals ,
He's expected to start
again Sunday while rookie
EJ Manuel recovers from a
sprained right knee.
"You want to show every-
one that you belong in this
League,. so you have to play
great week in and week out
no matter what the situ-
ation is, once you get the
opportunity Lewis said.
"I never know what my
future holds with the Bills,
but I just know I am go-
ing to give it my best shot
while I am'out there."


NOTICE OF ZONING CHANGE
The Marianna City Commission will conduct a public hearing on
November 5, 2013 at 6:00 pm., in the City Commission Chambers
located at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida to consider
the adoption of the following Ordinances: -


1. Ordinance 1020: An
Ordinance amending F
the Comprehensive Plan
of the City of Marianna,
specificaIly City of
Marianna .initiated (1)
text amendments to the
Future Land Use and
Infrastructure Elements
of the Comprehensive '
Plan and (2) updates to '
the Future Land Use Map; :
providing for severability
and for repealerf providing '
for an effective date. i

2. Ordinance 1021: An
Ordinance, amending ;:
the Ordinance 815,
which adopted the CITY
City of Marianna Land, zc
Development Regulations
and Ordinance 952,
which amended the
City of Marianna Land "
Development Regulations to .
provide for (1) text changes, -.
to Part III of the City of
Marianna Code (Land.
Development Code); and (2)
updates to the Zoning Map;,
providing for severability -
and for repealer; providing. ,
for an effective date.
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3. Such other matters as .
may come before the Marianna City Commission
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At this hearing, the Marianna City Commission will accept public- testimony
and will consider the adoption of the Comprehensive Plan Amendment and
the Amendment to0the Land Development Code.
All interested parties are invited to attend the public hearing and comment
upon the Amendments or submit their comments in writing to the Marianna
City Commission. Further information concerning the proposed amendments
can be obtained from ,the Municipal Development Director at City Hall, at
2898 Green Street, Marianna, Florida, 32446, or by calling (850)482-2786,
between the hours of 8:00 A.M and 4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday,
excluding holidays.
Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal any-decision made
by the Marianna City Commission with respect to any matter considered
at this hearing, such person will need a record of the proceedings, and for
this purpose such person may need, to ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is based. The City of Marianna does not provide or prepare
such record pursuant to F.S. 286.0105,. .
Ip accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing a special accommodation to participate in this proceeding
should contact the City Clerk at City Hall, at 2898 Green Street, Marianna,
Florida, 32446, or by calling (850)482-4353, no later than three (3) days prior
to ,the. proceedings.

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NOTICE OF LAND USE & ZONING CHANGE
The Marianna City Commission will conduct a public hearing on November 5,2013 at 6:00
p.m., in the City Commission Chambers located at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida
to consider the adoption of the following Ordinances:
1. Ordinance 1023: An Ordinance Amending Ordinance 812, which adopted the City
of, Marianna Comprehensive Plan, and 1021, which amended the City of Marianna
Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Map, to provide for the adoption of a certain
Small Scale Future Land Use Map Amendment (SSA 13-01) to the City of Marianna
Comprehensive Plan
For the following described properties: .
Beth Hinson Quick: The parcel is approximately 1.12 acres in size and is located at the
northwest corner of the Guyton Street/Lafayette Street intersection within the City of
Marianna. The current land use designation is Mixed Use within the Mixed Use Special
Treatment Area and the proposed land use designation is Commercial.










Street within the City of Marianna. The current land use designation is Mixed Use within the
Mixed Use Special Treatment Area and the proposed land use designation is Commercial.










Nakeya and Janet Colbert Lovett: The parcel is approximately 0.93 acres in size and is.,,
located at 3511 Old US Road within the City of Marianna. The current land use designation
is Rural Transition and the proposed land use designation is Residential.





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

Beth Hinson Quick: The parcel is approximately 1.12 acres in size and is located at the,
northwest corner of the Guyton Street/Lafayette Street intersection within the City of
Marianna. The current zoning designation is Mixed Use within the Mixed Use Special
Treatment Area and the proposed zoning designation is Commercial.
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Joe Carnley: The parcel is approximately 0.39 acres in size and is located at 4264 Lafayette
Street within the City of Marianna. The current zoning designation is Mixed Use within the
Mixed Use Special Treatment Area and the proposed zoning designation is Commercial.


Nakeya and Janet Colbert Lovett: The parcel is approximately 0.93 acres in size and is
located at 3511 Old US Road within the City of Marianna. The current zoning designation is
S RuralTransitionand the proposed zoning designation is Residential-2 (R-2).



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3. Ordinance, 1025: An Ordinance Amendipg Ordinance 812, which adopted the City
of Marianna Comprehensive Plan, and Ordinances 1020,and 1023, which amended
the Comprehensive Plan; tp provide for the consideration of adoption of a certain
Amendment to.the'City of Marianna Comprehensive Planto revise and update the
existing capital improvements element in accordance with Chapter 163, Florida Statutes;
Providing a severability clause and for repealer; and Providing for an effective date.
4. Such other matters as may come before the City Cmrnission

At this hearing, the City Commission will accept'public testimony and will consider the
recommendations of the Amendments to the Zoning Map; Comprehensive Plan Future Land
Use Map and Capital Improvements Element.
All interested parties are' invited to attend the public hearing and comment upon the
Amendments or submit their comments in writing to the Marianna City Commission. Further
information concerning the proposed amendments can be obtained from the Municipal
Development Director at City Hall, at 2898,Green Street, Marianna, Florida, 32446, or by
calling (850)482-2786, between the hours of 8:00 A.M and 4:30 PRM., Monday throughFriday,
excluding holidays. : .
Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Marianna
City Commission with respect to any matter considered at this hearing, such person will
need a record of the'proceedings, and for this purpose such person may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and
,evidence upon which the appeal is based. The City of Marianna does not provide or prepare
such record pursuant to F.S. 286.0105. ,
, .,
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons with disabilities needing a
special accommodation to participate in this proceeding should contact the City Clerk at City
Hall, at 2898 Green Street, Marianna, Florida, 32446, or by calling (850)482-4353, no later
than .three (3) days prior to0the proceedings. '


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Annie's Mailbox


Dear Annie: After more than 13 years
of marriage to an intelligent and lovely
woman, our relationship'continues to
be a rollercoaster ride. We are in our 60s.
i was married once before. She has had
three prior marriages and'divores. We
each have adult children.
It seems she has underlying hostil-
ity toward me and anyone.6ese whose
choices do not meet with her approval.
She complains of not having'a life and
being only a housekeeper, even though
she keeps all of her own income and:; ;,
pay all of our bills, providing her with an:
allowance. We also travel well. She coim-.
plains that l'in not home enough, but we
spend two hours together over morning
coffee, and I return'home from work by
p.m. Then Tend up eating-dinner alone
while she retreats to another pan of the
house to play puzzles or talk with her
girlfriends. I stay home every weekend
so we can be together, but she shows no
affection to me at all.
I see her as controlling anddeeply ;.
depressed,,at least around me. We tried
a few sessions with a counselor, but she
refused to go back. She's convinced she ':
doesn't need help and that I am respon-.
sible for our disconnect. Any thoughts
about how I can help us?
." NEED DIRECTION
S Dear Need: When someone describes
a relationship as a "rollercoaster ride," it
tends to mean extreme ups and downs.
If this is the case, your assessment that
your wife is depressed could be accurate,
but she also could be bipolar. Unfor-
tunately, if she refuses to consider that
she might need medical or psychiatric
assistance, little will change. Please
encourage her to see her doctor, but also
contact the Depression and Bipolar Sup-
Sport Alliance (dbsalliance.org).

Dear Annie: Last weekend my grand-
daughter and her beau came for a visit.
He is a young professional. 1 noticed
that he did not open the car door for her,
nor did he pull out a chair for her in the
dining room. I asked my son about this
behavior, and he said since women want
to be on an equal basis with men, such .


courtesy no longer prevails. Am I missing
something?
-OLD SCHOOL
Dear Old School: Some women do
not want men to open doors or pull
out chairs for them, and many men are
reluctant to do these things for fear they
will be castigated as anti-feminist. We
believe it is a kindness to open a door *
for anyone, male or female, and to pull
out a chair for someone who appreciates
it. But this type of courtesy is between
'.your granddaughter and her beau. Please
don't criticize their choices.

Dear Annie: I sympathize with "Lov-,
ing Daughter," whose aunts and uncles
offered no support to. her mother during
her illness..
My husband Was extremely ill for the
last three years of his life. His siblings- .
neither called nor sent cards. Theylived
out of state, so I didn't expect them to
travel, but theywerein a position to do
so. I sent regular emails informing them
of his treatments and his deteriorating
health, and encouraging them to call
him. It didn't happen. Their infrequent
emails said they were "too upset" to talk
about it. He would call, and they would
only talk about how successful they were.
Not once did he hear, "How are you?" My
siblings called, mailed, sent cute cards.
and offered to help in any way. But his
'own family wasn't there for him. I was
angry for, the heartache it caused my
husband, wondering why they disap-
peared when he needed them.'.,`
:After his death, they all sent cards of
sympathy, I have since forgiven them
and hope someday they understand the
pain they caused. But they will have to
ask God for forgivenessthen, because
it is too late to make it up to, their dear
brother. "
GONE BUT ALWAYS IN MY HEART
Annie's Mailboy is written by Kathy Mitchell arnd
Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann Landers
Column. Please email your questions to anniesmail-
box.@comcast.net, or write to: Annie's Mailbo. c/o -
Creators Syndicate, 737 3rd Street. Hermosa Beach.r
CA 90254. To find out more about Annie's Mailbox and"'
read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and .
cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at
w".w.creators.com.


Rridne


SDon Marquis, a novelist, poet, newspa-
pet columnist and playwright who died:
in 1937, said, "A pessimist is a person
who has had to listen to too many
optimists."
SA bridge expert is a person who listens
Sto his opponents, whether they are
optimists or pessimists, and uses that
information to his benefit.
In this deal, look at theauctionand the
SEast cards. South is in four hearts. West
leads a fourth-highest spade two. How
should East plan the defense?
South's sequence of clubs hearts
hearts showed (at least) five hearts and
six clubs. If South had had equal length
in his two suits, he would have re-
sponded one heart, not two clubs. After
that, it was nigh impossible for South to
pass out three no-trump, which would
have made. Anrid it was understandable
that North went for the major-suit game
instead of correcting to five clubs; which
would also have come home here.
West's spade-two lead is from a four-
card suit. This means that South has
-two spades to go with his five hearts and
six clubs; he must be void in diamonds.
Similarly, East knows-that West is void in
" lubs. .
South's best chance is to win with the


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Previous Solution: "If you own a'home with wheels on it and several cars
without, you just might be a redneck." Jeff Foxworthy
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LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) 'I
Partnerships will make flasi
a difference in the out- ,
come of an endeavor you
are pursuing. LOS
SCORPIO (Oct0. 24-Nov. NBC-
22) Explore new ways 'ees h
to use your skills and recas
talents. Grey
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- film
Dec. 21) A change at best-
home will do you good. of Gri
Don't let someone's dis- in the
grunted, negative at- A c
titude goad you into an .....
argument. _ _.:. :
CAPRICORN (Dec.22-Jan. '---
19) Spend time with ACROS
'friends or .family tf you 1 Compla
want to ease your stress. er-ri
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. air's
19) The focus should compare
12 Bassoo
be on you and what you kin
need: to excel. Romantic 13 Dazzle
14 Peace
encounters will be emo-, Prizeci'
tional, but if handled with 15 Clutter,
care can lead to a fresh i6WRo0dsI
,8Rouletti
start. bet
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20 Large
parrot
20) Invest in your fu- 21 Luge
ture. Take part in.activi- surface
22 SwallovN
ties that' are conducive to 2CSatcall
mingling with people try- 28 Best or
Ferber
ing to reach goals similar 29Chew
toyours. '. 33Stage
ARIES (March 21-April. 35Video
19) You 'need a break game
and a change. Getting out pioneer
and enjoying life will help sposter
motivate you to engage in 37 Not as
an unusual event that will 3 s'
alter your direction. Love mouthfi
is on the rise. 39 Persaow
now
TAURUS' (April 20-May 41 Place
20)- Look over your situ-
ation and consider the Chec
adjustments you need to ____
make to keep everything 2- 3
moving smoothly on the ___
home front.
GEMINI (May 21-June 15--
20) Certain partner- ---
ships will require you to
take precautions. Don't'
say anything that may be, 25 26
Used against you. 33
CANCER (June l1-Juiy 3
22) -- Enjoy getting out 36
and seeking a bit of en- 3 -8
tertainment. The' effect
you have on the people H
you meet will open a door 45 46
to a new way of thinking s5- -
and a proposition'worth 5___ -
considering.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
Keep the peace at home. -
Look for a way to improve 10-19
your life and relationships
with the people you love
most. Money will come to
you from an unexpected ACROS
source. 1Charge
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Let your mind wander. i8 Comba'
Whether you travel men- So far -
-know,.
tally or physically youwill 12Toylanc
discover ways to achieVe visitors
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World
Almanac
Today is the 293rd day of
2013 and the 29th' day of
autumn.
TODAY'S HISTORY
In 1947, the House
Un-American Activities
Committee opened its
Sfist hearings on commu-
nist influence in the film
industry. .
In 201ll, ousted, Libyan
dictator Muammar Gad-
dafi was captured and
killed by rebel forces in
Sirte, Libya; .
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS
Arthur Rimbaud (1854-
1891), poet; Bela Lugosi
(1882-1956), ,actor; iArt
Buchwald (1925-2007),
columnist; Joyce Brothers
(1927-2013), psycholo-
gist/.columnist; Mickey
Mantle' (1931-1995),
baseball' player; Jerry
Orbach (1935-2004), ac-
tor; Tom Petty (1950- ),
singer-songwriter; Keith
Hernandez (1953-), base-
ball 'player/sportscaster;
Danny Boyle (1956-), film
director; Viggo Mortensen
(195Q- ), actor; Snoop
Dogg (1971-), rapper/ac-
tor; John Krasinski (1979-
), actor; Gillian Jacobs
(1982-), actress,


Mntertaimnent Brief


Fifty Shades'
co discussed at
udio meeting
6 ANGELES -
,Universal employ-
ave beentold the
ting of Christian
in the company's
version of the erotic
seller "Fifty Shades
ey" will be finalized
next few weeks.
ompany-wide


"town'hall" onWednes-
day covered a variety
of subjects but "Fifty
Shades" was the in-
evitable hot topic in the
wake of last weekend's
announcement that
Charlie Hunnam was
dropping out as Chris-
tian Grey, according
to an NBC-Universal
employee who attended
the meeting.
Frqm wire reports


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57 Partner
58 Dressy
accessory
59 Pork cut
60 Record
61 Conniving
62 Troubadour
prop
DOWN,
1 Hair
untangler
2 Cain's
victim -
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fellas"
actor
5 Klutz
6 Roused
from
sleep
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8 Nov. and
Feb.
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spumante
10 Knighted
Guinness


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26 Hairy twin
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46 "The
Mammoth,
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heroine
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diamond
51 Clingy
fabric
52 Rational
54 'Ciao!" .
55 Susan of
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20 Mag fillers
21 Lose-- -
whisker
22 Finicky
25 Engaged in
horseplay
29Ancient
colonnade
30Stickum
31, Depot Info
32 Play part
33 Very, in
Veracruz
34 Commuter '
vehicles
35 Multiplex
38 Shore or
Washington


39 Team's
Goal
40 Hither
and -
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44 Bishop's
domain
48 Chimp
abode
49 House
annex
51 Cause
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52Where
Pisa is
53 Metal
source
54 Uris hero
55 Look after
56 Moppet
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2 Hairy twin
3 Limerick
locale'
4 Haciendas
5 Heed.
6.Aunt ,
or bro.
7 School
papers
8 Notso .
fast!
9 Touch
10 Habitual
12Chum


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Ivy
24 Dove
shelter.
25--de force
26 Without fat
27 Sicily's'
erupter
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43Asian
'desert
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45 Furry Jedi
ally
46 Hindu .
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by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms/are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
Each letter in the cipher stands for another. .


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10 B Sunday; October 20,2013 Jackson County Floridan JLASS


class A CDL POSITION AVAILABLE @LIBRARY DIRECTOR
PUBLIC WO IScience, and 6-9 yrs. of
D IV ERS progressively responsible
DRIVERS The City of Blountstown, Florida experience in a public
.library setting, including
Needed Immediately is seeking applicants to fill the newly created 3-5 yrs. of administrative
Wiregrass Local Wiregrass Hauling position of Public Works Director in the City and supervisory duties. Must have a valid FL
3 years min. driving history of Blountstown. Persons interested in drivers license prior to employment.
applying for the position must fill out a City Starting Salary: $48,676.00/YR
with Dump Trailer Experience of Blountstown Application for
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administration. Considerable (10 years) application to: Human Resources Dept,
a valid FL drivers license prior to experience being in responsible charge of .2864 Madison S Mara L 3244
employment.Must have 1-2 years utility management and or construction. s S p a1inn5.4 9 3 24
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2009 Triton 17' Tourna-
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charger installed, GPS fish
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pedal w/71 Ib thrust. 24V trolling motor. Excel-
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Wellcraft 18.7ft fiberglass tri hull boat, 115 HP
Mercury, good cond., Tandem 4 wheel trailer,
will trade for small travel trailer:.850-209-1064


2006 Forest River Wildwood LE Model #31QBSS
31' Dry wt. 10280 Ibs., 1 slide, 4 bunk beds,
Booth dinette, Center kitchen & LR, Jackknife
sofa, Front Q bed, Side aisle bath w/ shower &
roof vent, Dbl. door Frig., Gas/Elec. water heat-
er, microwave, Gas stove top/oven &' furnace,'
Duct A/C /Heat, AM/FM Stereo, Front & rear
stabilizerjacks, $9,000.00 334-790-461?' ,
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1998 40 FLt. Gulfstream Tour Master RV- Diesel,
SRV Top of the Line, 1 Slide Out, Outside Enter-
tainment Center & Freezer. S/S Refrigerator,
Washer/Dryer, Separate Ice Make, 95,000
Miles, Good Tires, $45,000. Includes 2002 PT
Cruiser Tow Car. 850-557-3455
2002 Winnabago 34' 2 slides, 5500 ONAN Gen,
lots of upgrades, 'excellent condition, 29000
miles $32,000. Honda.2006 CRV: 44600 miles,
ready to tow w/blue ox tow bar
system; excellent condition $13,000, Both
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runs great, everything
". :- works, 135,000 miles.
., $3995. 334-596-9564.
.Chevrolet 2008 Corvette:
Black, 6 speed, new brakes
and tires, 46,000 miles. In
excellent condition.
$27.900."Call 334-714-0770
Chevrolet 2008 Impala -- red, 4-door, 58,400
miles, one owner, exc. cond. $7,995.
Call 334-712-0251.
Chevy 1955 Belair 2-door, 350 engine, auto-
trans, runs great, daily driver $12,500. Firm
334-695-6368.
a Chrysler 2004 PT Cruiser,
automatic, 4 cylinder,
cold air, loaded, 76,000
miles, excellent condi-
tion. $5200. Call 790-7959
.Ford 1999 Explorer:' Eddie
-"Bauer Edition. All leather,
sun roof and everything
works greatM!! Good AC &
heat, 6.disc CD changer.
Only 110,000 miles. KBB value is $4,435. Asking
only $3,100 obo. Looking to sell fast so all rea-
sonable'offers will be considered. 850-693-1581.
Ford Mustang'Fast Pack V-6,5-speed, Exc.
cond. metalic green in color, 229-861-2949.
GMC 2012 Sierra Z71: Quicksilver metallic .
color, ebony leather interior, SLT trim, 5.3
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package, rear vision camera. Excellent
condition. $35,200. Call 334-714-0770
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Honda 2000 Odyssey: Runs perfect.3 year/3600
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miles, $7500. 790-7959


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miles, over $3000 in upgrades, 5 speed manual,
great shape $10,900. Call 334-618-4430
Jeep 2005 Liberty XL: Excellent Condition, 138k
miles, gold with tan leather interior, sunroof,
completely loaded. $6,000. 334-237-1039
____________ Mercury 2001 Grand Mar-
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cold air, 89,000 miles,
e: o..4like new. $5995. Call 334-
790-7959.
Nissan 2012 Altima, low miles, must sell, $200
down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714-
0028.
Nissan 2012 Versa, GAS SAVER, well equipped,
still under factory warranty, $250 down, $250
per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243.
Toyota 2011 Camry, Great family car, great gas
mileage, pwr windows, door lock, Am/FM, CD,
$300 down, $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher
334-791-8243.
Toyota 2011 Corolla, 4 door, like new, under
warranty, $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron
Ellis 334-714-0028.


2003 Anniversary Edition 1200 Sportster
6,700 miles, like new 1-owner, garage kept,
matching helmet, exc. cond. $8000.
334-726-1671.
2007 Poloris Victory Jackpot, 40K miles, 1634cc,
100 cu. in., 106 stroker kit, many extras, custom
pegs, mirrors & windshield. 2 seater & I solo
seat, lost job need to sell $8500.334-432-3249.
Harley Davidson 2004 Soft Tail Standard, black
9,300 miles, 1 owner, garage kept, mint condi-
tion, $6000. in chrome accessories bought.
$10,000. 334-726-1671..


Honda '07 Ruckus 670 miles. $1450.
334-798-0931 .


Lexus. 2010 RX350: Loaded car in excellent
condition. White with tan leather interior.
Just completed 50,000 mile service. $29,900.
Cell 334-701-2642.


-Dodge 1998 Dakota SLT,
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air, excellent, 120,000
miles, automatic, V-6.
Price $4995. 790-7959.
Dodge' Ram 1500 2007 SLT quad cab 4x2 HEMI
5.7 V8 engine, anti theft, tilt steering, 26K
miles, very clean, power drivers seat, rear slid-
ing window, bed liner, towing pack. Loaded.
$17,000. 334-475-6309..
-Ford 2000 TaurusSE,'
wagon, loaded, like new,
one owner, automatic,
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LF160279
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF INTENDED ACTION
THE JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Purpose and Effect: Pursuant to Chapter 120
of the Florida Statutes, the School Board of
Jackson County will hold a rule adoption meet-
ing in conjunction with the regularly scheduled
meeting on November 19, 2013 for the purpose
of amending or adopting the following rules to
comply with the provisions of controlling laws,
administrative rules and guidelines.
PROPOSED POLICY AMENDMENT
Student Progression Plan for Jackson County
Public Schools
The following changes will be made to the
Jackson County School Board Student Progres-
sion Ilan pending Board approval:
* Update End of Course Exams and Graduation
Requirements
* Scholar & Merit Designations
* Delete Jackson County Primary Assessment
and add Stanford 10
* Update information on High School transfer
students
* Beginning 2013-14 a full year of Civics for 7th
grade will be required and the Civics EOC must
constitute 30% of the final grade.
*.Terminology change---school counselor repla-
ces guidance counselor
* Promotion requirements for grades K, 1, and 2
on High Frequency Words (which replaces
Dolch words)
* Terminology change---for grades K-5 the sub-
ject of "Reading" has been replaced to "English
Language Arts"
* FCAT Writing proficiency (4th gr) changed
from 4.0 to 3.5
* Update information for middle grades Career
& Educational planning course
* New 18-credit ACCEL accelerated High School
graduation option replaces the College Prep &
Career Prep 18-credit accelerated High School
option
* Revise Valedictorian and Salutatorian criteria
* A student cannot be determined eligible for
the Florida Alternate Assessment without per-
mission from a parent
Cost to agency: None. Cost or benefit to those
affected: None. Impact on open market:
None. Origination and authorization: Steve R.
Benton,10/18/2013
IF REQUESTED, A HEARING WILL BE HELD:
DATE: November 19, 2013
TIME: 4:00 P.M. Central Standard


Time
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Jackson County, 2903 Jefferson Street,"
Marianna, FL 32446
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LF160279.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF INTENDED ACTION
THE JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Purpose and Effect: Pursuant to Chapter 120
of the Florida Statutes, the School Board of
Jackson County will hold a rule adoption meet-
ing in conjunction with the regularly scheduled
meeting on November 19,2013 for the purpose
of amending or adopting the following rules to
comply with the provisions of controlling laws,
administrative rules and guidelines.
PROPOSED POLICY AMENDMENT
Student Progression Plan for Jackson County
Public'Schools
The following changes will. be made to the
Jackson County School Board Student Progres-
sion Plan pending Board approval:
* Update End of Course Exams and Graduation.
Requirements
* Scholar & Merit Designations
.*'Delete Jackson County Primary Assessment
and add Stanford 10
* Update information on High School transfer
students
* Beginning 2013-14 a full year'of Civics for 7th
grade will be required and the Civics EOC must
constitute 30% of the final grade.
* Terminology change---school counselor repla-
ces guidance counselor
* Promotion requirements for grades K, 1, and 2
on High Frequency Words (which replaces'
Dolch words)
* Terminology change---for grades K-5 the sub-
ject of "Reading" has been replaced to "English,
Language Arts" -
o FCAT Writing proficiency (4th gr) changed
from 4.0 to 3.5
* Update information for-middle grades Career
& Educational planning course
* New 18-credit ACCEL accelerated High School
graduation option replaces the College Prep &
Career Prep 18-credit accelerated High School,
option
* Revise Valedictorian and Salutatorian criteria
* A-student cannot be determined eligible for
the Florida Alterniate Assessment without per-
mission from a parent
Cost to agency: None. Cost or benefit to those
affected; None. Impact on open market:
None. Origination and authorization: Steve R..
Benton,10/18/2013
'IF REQUESTED, A HEARING WILL BE HELD:


DATE:
TIME:
PLACE:


November 19,2013
4:00 P.M. -Central Standard Time
Board room of the School Board of
Jackson County, 2903 Jefferson St.
Marianna,FL 32446


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with carpet, tile, nicely painted, LR & separate great room! Nice
deck w/fenced-in backyard. Priced at $119,000. MLS #248496


J- I/Spacious 3/1 home
w/lg -LR, DR, new
kitchen,. Ig laundry
room, screeied-in
back porch, fenced
in backyard, newer
metal roof, with a 4 car carport. Needs new flooring & Seller
will allow 4000.00 towards buyers closing costs or updates
with accepted offer. Priced at $102,900. MLS #248039

WOW what a. deal!
This 11 acre home
site needs some TLC.
Home comes with
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baths. Home currently has 972 sq. ft. but has 3215 sq.
ft. under roof. Has a Ig. deck! Possibilities are endless!
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hompe is convenient
to everything! A
beautiful home! New
heat pump installed
recently, two car garage, landscaped yard, large chain linked
fenced backyard w/privacy fence. Make an appointment to
see today! Priced at $159,000. MLS #247791
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executive home
ip Spring Chase!
3/3 with 3000'
of living, space.
Too many extras to list! Nicely landscaped with
a private backyard. This is a great buy at only
$199,000. MLS #: 248082
Excellent location,
this older home sits
across from Indian
Springs entrance.
House appears to
have a good roof, block construction, fenced-in backyard,
sits back off the hwy with small storage bldg out back.
Priced at only $59,500 MLS#248666 .


Beautiful, rolling
40 acres just
minutes out of
Marianna! This
is secluded and
gorgeous. City water is run down Bumpnose Road to
the easement and is available to the property. These
40 acres would make a great private home site or
farm! Priced at only $134,900. MLS #248275
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has a built In bookshelf and
fireplace. 44x1 Patio and
Pool area. 2 bedrooms on the first floor, one Master bedroom. The 2nd floor has 2
secondary bedrooms and another master bedroom with an 8x8 office area. There Is
a game room off of the 4th bedroom, full Basement which Is the Perfect "Mal Cave".
Below ground pool area has a nice Pool House complete with Showersi M.S #24870,
*PERFECT HOME FOR
YOUR LARGE FAMILY
Great 4 Bedroom 2
Bah homno hWitl almost
S1700 sq ft under Alrl
SLarg o Living room
has beautiful original
hardwood floors! Tire
Master bedroom alsol6 has
hardwood floors, and the
other 3 bedrooms Ihave
hardwood under the carpet. Family room that can be easily converted to another
bedroom if needed! Great Spacious 1.80 acres! MLS #248281..
LOCATED IN
GRACEVILLE ON
A CORNER. Cozy
*BBBIA i3 Bedroom 2 Bath
finume with approx
1.a00 sq ft under air!
Vinyl Siding with
r,.o Maintenanqe
,,,;ededl Home has
a metal roof, a 21x6
Back Porch anda 27x10 Front porch to relax on! Wood Floors inside
home! This won't last long so call today! SOLD AS IS.
ALL, THE BELLS AND
WHtSTLESI This 4
Bedroom 3 Bath home
has everything you want
and more! Over 3580 sqtt
Under Air, with a Gorgeous
Sanroom with 18 ft
Ceilings with Windows
from FEodr to ceiling
overlooking tho backyardl
The Family Room Boasts
18 It ceilings, built in
entertainment center and a granite see thm fireplace.'The Main Kitchen is a dream!
Granite countertops and a center island wilti lots of'cabinets! BUT.. You can never
touch the main kitchen and do all your cooking in the 2nd Full private kitchen. There Is a
2 car attached garage with a bonus room 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!
Wiiimotiin ijIa E I LOTS OF

2 BEDROOM
2 BATH (with
possible 3rd
,...... ..-..'.i.>. bedroom) home
.with over 2100 sq ft! There is a Mother in Law guest
house attached to home with its own bed-bath-kitchenette!
Large 1 acre. lot with a Huge Workshop! Move in Ready!

diveatmeClltoayf p WATERFRONT home
locatedon Merrits Mill
P PondI! Cozy 2 Bedroom
s 1 bath home with
s01080 sq overlooking
lake! Large Backyard
^ .gv arwith deck perfect for
relaxing! Kitchen and
baths have had some
updates Livin g room
and Master bedroom overlook the water Fireplace ino living room! Private
driveway to home Call today for your personal showing! MLS #247509.
~VERY ATTRACTIVE HOME
INSIDE AND OUT! 4


dwoodlo ors o3 1/2 Baths wirh
loor ard staIrs! The ki Is lor ih plny of cu almost 2700 scait under anr


moente island and breakOast area! Htireteafer bedroom overlooks buck droki There is as sir
coditod gmrooRedroom and al bath vr th e de la x on thgr e M wrapaoun d

ph o E ck in these
bckyard. The Iring 4 Bedroom
ho vaulted ceilings wit h gaso
replacee and French doors
leading to the alrge fenced
barnyard,160x2 genitle pool



Hardwood er bedrooms ontheirst
floor and stairs[ The kilctlan Is large with plenty of couotertop AND cabinet space Large



center isand and b eakstarea e asbedro m overlooks ack deckr There is en airt
hitload gamrooaedroorin and hepll bath over the detached garage MLS 1248338 .
~DOWNTOWN LIVING



INC HATTAHOOCHEERO
jf, AT ITS BEST in this


lovelyy 4 BOedrnoomF
Som2 1/2 Bath, 2 lstory
home with over 1900






*llH~j^--HHU- Tho 0000 Locte ino aroom
isq ftoudelir.Theran
master bedroom is on
Laftundery aomil.Ting
the first floor and all other 3 bedrooms are upstairs. This home sits on



a hill or a corner lot/h Vaery private ard. Neweri home withneeds small the extras.
MALONE CORNER LOt-
Large 3 or 4 o edroom 1 3
lath home has.almost



1 90 sq t under air 0








lioors ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h Huuotlvn ra ndbdom.Sne ii g e romhsaBliving room
is 27x11II There are
2 Master bedrooms.
Screened Porch and
~Laundry Room. Sitting
on 5 city lots and has a
beautiful ba,.yard with a 244cOC utbuer dinBIShopusThe home needs some Tp C
coo hesthedUperetped foripool!umbinSo485l H AS-IS. MILLS 7248168.
i NgREBEAT PLACE FOT YOUR
HOME ON 2OFFICEIGreat


3 Bedroom 1 1 o2 Baths
with just on-der 1400 sq.
ILocated right across
from iGolson Elementary
and next door to he Cancer Center In Mareana. Brick house needs some updatesdbut
can bwithe pealect place for you L MLS #248115. Asking $71S 000. #
K81 ~ l XW IIIIPERFECT COUNTRY



LOMAED ON 2.24ACRESI
Large 3 Bedroom ,
2 bath home with
over 1800 sq st!



wRe.wtlax on the Large
aFront porch with
a private setting
Large Kitchen with
Huge pantry Newer
central W ie & heating unitl Some vindogros have been replaced
with double ranep inlowslS LD SOLO AS IS. MLS #247550
~LOCATED ON 2.24 ACRES
IN GREENWOOD ON FORT
ROAD. Large 4 Bedroom 3
Bath Brick home imnd a 3
car garage. Over 2900 sq
ft with a large living room,
EvahiM_up'dated kitchen cabinets,

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SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES
4630 Hwy. 90 Marlanna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2891
Each Offlce Is Independently Owned and Onerated
SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER

Ouida Morris
REALTOR'
f L Broker/Owner
850-209-4705

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MLS 248855 $89,900. o. .S >y : .-
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NEW! Lovely home ..,,, I'i,

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will, ;peioal features on i,,,, ,
1 0I i ompletely fenced A
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MLS 248837 S139,900.= u, < hO. t' ,nOl'y
"spnoi~Ms, 28m0sr bed$oon wn/m0aer
BOaNIFAY -Nicebth, 6W d in.i9- d t
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,_,ML 248635L MLS#248753 18 90149,900
MLS 248831 6 588,900. Atfractive 3Bedroom/2B1ath
Home in nice ,quaet seeing. This
TWO- STORY-h hone,,s build oin 2006 end offers
Custom cabinets with solid counter
HOME! --Spacious fop$, n netioon Mill, filecdbaths,












r. ^ S tw rhectersa atti|strge.
Vtlotrurylpf homeon000aEasy maintehance with mtl roof
laIn ryalot. Home has-lnen rA siding, CaIl and make
your appointment today
Seo mth a offer. MIS #248451 $145,000
MLS 248808 $58,000. "
IV, hMARIANNA gf If Debbie Roney Smith,
Ha inr 1 d lrE-trhf, Iogyou.lf ogRealtor
eL b,, br0i doomm 2 850-209-8039
htall, Iin, ,-, ,i,, location, L I debbieroneys mitBh@
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MLS 244594 129,900. embarqma#.com
SSPACIOUS &
SPECIALI! lecor ough 1 2604f. all k he
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MIS 248635 $184,900.0 Po-ce e ,, rz-.....- .'Inp,.:ed for
104 1 111 01MARIANNA -fV. "'.3 ,js1 ur HU0.,Ol
Modest sized home with 3 | MLS #248866 9$299, 900
Jeri a sbort iie PC.d
bedrooms located on nice o G ,. r.I.- Ji P :,PR .. i cm,'
oizelot. Greot investment formI i d .: n3
of, ,, 4.j.C..} 6,hot h:*uh ,
rental properly. a -,II t, 1,2-:.h. I eal
MLS 248867 $35,700.. -;,o,,:., tl ,
C A M P B E L L T O N o0h,6 u ', ,, s .. '
Lovely updated home with MLS #248845 $132,000
CORMRCI/U..'.,,'iLx~of-,
3 bedrooms located on nice .. ,-..r i. 11 d r h, r ,,.i In ,1
G d rj shaded yard in quiet a rea. .. r ,r,?,-,,.,-, ,", 5,. 04 4,, ,, r ,:t
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MLS 248856 $60,000. -. - .0. -.1- 875!6 s t/6 ,'A,:,",:,r
Rearlythor' MLS #248842
Ceto 85 TO9L Of2001 2.5 ACRES w/ Feeced
epo 850 r;09521 .sturefarr ocaiof
Ouar:~N s-IiiLargeoak treeal"aDe WMH &
ItsL deck. 3/2 Spit dos Poore
~ ~ColJ -" -I plan. Appiancesil furniture %vill
4 hd,,i,,, ldi~gv H......wit ML #28804 $2,00'9I lss on I HOUR drve
MARIANINIA aLorge ma.1nCity Beach.
401~j M B t fl .r ih MIS #248804 e $32,000
Ulaip iui -llyt a 'nl 3 fr-""et
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11"11ai1nl" 1 [ Ed McCoy, Realtor'
MLS 24'.75 15 1 R001tlllCe11.(850) 573-6198
A MARIANNA Country w wRw m y
home has a lot to offer, living www.emccoyral.com
room wi/s fimplace, senoom, emccoy02@yahoo.com
gaoage/workshop and vety
nice landscaping. Coil lody for
viewing this lovely home.
MIS247928. $125,000. SPACIOUS "
GRACIEVILLE v,,.-. 3 behdiom, 2 hioth home
.........d,j 6M6tlhwith rorirV ekta features
Flu"- W..W,.,hn ,,,,, .Jlocoared on 2.7 o2t-es.
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CUSTO79 13 BUIL ....-,., +. ~ WATERFRONT -This
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ML 42.8415. 1900 MLS 248786 588,000.
,, TEXAS SIZED
BRENDA 850-557-4799 LAWN!I Custom 3
BRENDA b bedroom home with unique
ftenday~.morgn etureha I ocated Oi, 48 olios.
M ORGAN- @century21.com Call Ed, 8%0-513-6198 toar
MLS 248809 $239,900.
NEW, FOR YOU.
Pectrt updates throughout
,rid teady for new family
loated in well established
.. i area
HuNnrosO AmLES r En REIN .. ,i .......... ....ii. l... ,,., ............... .M S 248712 $114,900.
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MLS# 248846 i $450,000 *s Ponce De Leon hehlV pointed
MILS 248843 a $34,900.
I HAVE IT YOUR
WAYII" lome needs to
hove intedor completed, studs,
wifing, plumbing all in place.
This is a grett investment for t
hunting lodge or geotw".
MLS 248844 a $47,000.
Quiet country living -on 2.06 acres. tio enew monufoatured home featuring
fireplace, opplionces, garden tub in moler both, outside Itorage building, screened parchr PROPERTYI Brick
on back. 8ooutiouland move in ready! homo with 3 bedrooms located
MLS# 248862 9 $70,000 i Compass Lake0 on oshoded comer lot close to
college, medical faciites aed

MLS 248876 $89,900.
IN A WORD, IT'S
LOCATION Three
bhsfira raiiourry home uost a
,6.t.-n drv o to rmnur. Feelums
'rt ha Ormo,' uT to mention.
Good fixe-iuppoia otraed on iPk l ita 6 .V., I.... N .t si, .,,,,.l ..W( Coll fd, B50-&,/ 198 fort lll
.. .. h. # 2,....... 41 . . h, MIS 0 48756 $76,900.
MLS# 247814 $65,000 is Boniflay


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