Title: Jackson County Floridan
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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: June 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Volume ID: VID00015
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Right, Jamodd Brown gets an arm painting done by Wendy Hughes during "Big E Loves the Kids," a free fun day at the Milton Pavilion Saturday.
The event was sponsored by Big E's entertainment. Left, Ja'marion Lasane, Deondre Sims and Shamari Pittman play on a moonwalk during "Big
E Loves the Kids," a free fun.day at the Milton Pavilion Saturday. The event was sponsored by Big E's entertainment. Mark Skinner / Floridan

Garry Gochenaur didn't find suc-
cess overnight in business, but confi-
dence and a caring community are at
least two of the reasons he attributes
to establishing Marianna Truss .and
Marianna Metal Roofing.
Speaking to a large crowd at the
First Friday Power Breakfast, which

Gochenaur recalled the influences of
his early years in Pennsylvania, and
later his experiences at college in
At home, he was under the nurtur-
ing of a family that supported him in
his formative years. He also was in a
community that was supportive.
Upon arriving in Montana to attend
college, Gochenaur met his future
wife.. They intended to settle in
Montana and enjoy that state's rich
natural setting. But the type of work
he needed was not abundant there at
the time.
MN ne el s hi mteve
intending to stay, and he found work
in Blountstown. When the work
played out there, he saw an opportu-
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eral established residents in the com-
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Marianna Truss was started in
1985, but the early years of business
were lean.
"At one time when I started we had
$75 in sales. My wife fortunately
worked and fed our family,"
Gochenaur said.
Gochenaur said other problems
arose as he worked to establish and
build his business. But a couple of
important developments were taking
place in his favor.
"My wife and I rededicate our
lives to Christ," Gochenaur said. "I
also had confidence and I had a gift.
I have a God-given gift to picture
three-dimensional things. I under-
stand what is necessary to keep your
house from caviDg in.
Gochenaur also met. Joey
Woodruff, who had absolutely no
experience in the truss business.
oust mels eewl, ndwot ad trea out
wanted," Gochenaur said.
Gochenaur also hired another per-
son out of college who has grown in
the business and taken over many of
his duties so that he can concentrate
more oil building business, particu-
larly in the newer Marianna Metal
Roof division he has established.
"I've learned a lot from other peo-
ple," Gocheilaur said. "I also know
that doing business in a smaller com-
munity that your product and service
must be high quality. I am as con-
cerned about the profitability of my
customers as I am my own."
Gochenaur also said that in his
experience Jackson County has
enjoyed slow but steady growth,
which has allowed him to build if
stronger business operation.
"It's also important to relate to
your employees. If you're not for
your employees, they're not going to
support you, Gochenaur said.
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we've had no layoffs."


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land near Bascom, the crew has been respectful of
the land and is using top-notch equipment, he
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tree-cutting in Jackson County, the company has
contracts lined up with four or five others here
and more in surrounding counties, according to
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wood procurement.
John Alter, the first tree farmer in Jackson
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Green Circle and the crew has done exactly what
it was authorized to do on his property, Alter
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.The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Corlnzunuir' Calendatl; Jacksonl County~ Floridanl, RlO.

The Jackson County Floridan will publish news of general inter-
est free of charge. Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, editorial@jcfloridan.com; fax, (850) 482-
4478; mail, Editorial Department, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL
32446; or hand delivery, 4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, anniversary and
birth announcements. Forms are available at the Floridan
offices. Photographs must be of good quality and suitable for
print. The Floridan reserves the right to edit all submissions.
The Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) is published
Tuesday th hM a FdaSunday mornings. Periodical
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The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for June 6,
the latest available report:
One traffic accident, two
suspicious vehicle,

one trespassing, two trans-
port, one trespassing, one
unsecured building/door/
window, one VIN verifica-
tion two reckless
driver/vehicle and one 911

June 8 Sunday *
The Soloman' Green Family
Reunion is at noon, at Three Rivers
State Park in Sneads. Attendees should
gather at 11 a.m.; bring a covered dish
and laiwin chairs. Call 482-2774 or 482-
5667 '

Julie 9 Monday -
Quit Smoking Now clitsses begin
at Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board
Room at 6 p.m. No.cost tq attend;
free nicotine ieplacituent 'therapy
available for participants. Curriculum
developed by ex-smokers fo.r those
who want to become ek-smokers
themselves.. To register, contact
Brigitta Nuccio at 718-2562 or bnuc-
Jackson County Democratic
Executive Committee meets at 6 p.m.,
in the Jackson County Board of
Commissioners offices. Guest speak-
ers,. Senator Al Lawson and
Representative Curtis Richardson,
will address the 2008 Legislative
Wrap-Up and the 'distribution of
Legislative Funds to Jackson County.
Call 482-5943 or 482-4220.
The Cottondale City Commission's
regular monthly meeting starts at 6
p.m., in the commission room. Call
352-4361. ,
Cottondale High SchooPs Summer
WINGS program offers recreation,
enrichment activities and academics
from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., during the
month of June. It is free and includes
field trips, breakfast, lunch and trans-
portation to and from school. Call
Lanita Baxley lit 482-9821, ext. 267.

June 10 'llnesday
The Republican Club of
Northwest Florida meets every second
Tuesday of the month, at noon, at
Jim's Buffet in Marianna. Call 718-
5411. Today's guest: Republican
Party of Florida Chairman Jim Greer.

The Sneads Town Council meets
in regular session at 6 p.m., in the
Sneads Town Hall. .
June 11 Wednesday
Jackson County Development
Council, Inc.'s Steps to Starting a
Small Business workshop is from 1 to
4 p.m., at the Nearing Court Office
Building, Upstairs Conference Room,
2840 Jefferson St., Marianna. This
workshop will cover organizational
requirements, licensing, personal
financial assessments, credit checks,
defining your customer, location con-
siderations and employee require-
ments. Cost is $15 per person, to be
paid in advance. Reservations
required; registration closes at 5 p.m.,
two days before each class meets. Call
Toni or Roy at 526-4005.
Shady Grove Baptist Church's
.Cactus Canyon vacation Bible school
is June 11-13, 6 to 8:30 p.m., at the
church, 7304 Birchwood Rd., Grand
Ridge. Commencement is June 13, 7
p.m. Call 592-6952. -
June 12 Thursday .
The Jackson County Senior
Citizens will be taking applications
for the Jackson County Farmers'
Market Coupon Program June 5 and
June 12, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Applications can be completed on
these dates at the Jackson County
Board of County Commissioners
Office on Madison Street, across from
the courthouse, Marianna. To qualify,
applicants must live in Jackson
County, be 60 years or older and sub-
mit the following: Picture ID (no fam-
ily photos); all household members'
social security cards or proof of num-
ber from Social Security Office (no
Medicare cards); and all household
members' proof of income (no bank
statements). Call Abbie Burdeshaw at

Jackson County Development
Council, Inc.'s Business Plan
Development I workshop is from ?
a.m. to 11:59 a.m., at the Nearing
Court Office Building, Upstairs
Conference Room, 2840 Jefferson St.,
Marianna. Topics covered will be rea-
sons for wi-iting the business plan, its
elements, and your ideas for a busi-
ness. Participants will be given work-
sheets to begin developing their own
business plan for the next workshop
meeting. Cost is $15 per person, to be
paid :in advance., Reservations
required; registration closes at 5 p.m.,
two days before each class meets. Call
Toni or Roy at 526-4005.
The Panhandle Area Alcohol and
Drug Abuse Prevention Coalition of
the Panhandle Area Health Network,
Inc. presents a Sheriff Candidates'
Forum from 6 to 8 p.m., in the
Chipola College Arts Center. Doors
open at 5:30 p.m. Each candidate for
Jackson County Sheriff has agreed to
The Town of Grand Ridge will
hold a public hearing at 6 p.m., at the
. Grand Ridge Town Hall, to discuss
proposed Ordinance 2008-02
- Roadway Weight Limits, Ordinance
2008-03 Parking on City Right of
Way and Ordinance 2008-04 Establish
Rates & Fees. The. regular monthly
council meeting will immediately fol-
low the public hearing. Copies, of the
proposed ordinances can be mspected
at the town hall. Call 592-4621.

June 13 Friday
Better Breathers Club meets 2 to.3
p.m., in the Hudnall Medical Building
Community Room of Jackson
Hospital, 4230 Hospital Dr.,
Marianna. Speaker is Brigitta C.
Nuccio, MPAS, PA-C, Big Bend Area
Health Educator, "A Breath of Fresh
Air." Light refreshments served. No
cost to attend. Call (850) 718-2849.

four suspicious inci- --,4 --
dent, one disturbance, JACKSON COUNTY
one drug case, three ---- CORRECTION AL
burglary alarm, two E FACILITY
bivil dispute, two The following per-
juvenile report/com- sons here, bookBd
plaint, one dog complaint, into the county jail.dunng
one retail theft/shoplifting, the latest reporting periods:
one gas skip, six public serv- Brandon Harris, 19,
ice, one open door/window, 2689 Ben Cr., Alford, VOSP
one miscellaneous, 20 traffic (contributing to the delin-
stop, two disabled vehicle, quency of a minor).
one lost cell and one pursuit. Estevan Casas Olmos.
29, 4168 Lafayette St.,
JACKSON COUNTY Marianna, no valid driver's
The Jackson County Ovidio Morales, 25,
Sheriff's Office listed the 5180 Olsen.Dr., Marianna,
following incidents for June D.U.I., driving without a
6, the latest available report: valid driver's license, leav-
The abandoned vehicle, two. ing the scene of an accident.
alarm, one animal com- Joseph Gilley, 26, 5267
plaint, one assist another Peanut Rd., Graceville, pos-
agency, two burglary session of marijuana less
(attempted), one child abuse, than 20 grams, possession of
two civil dispute, three dis- drug paraphernalia.
abled vehicle, two distur- .- Marvin Kiser, 29, 7940
bance, one gas leak, one McKeon Mill Rd., Sneads,
highway/road obstruction, disorderly intoxication.

one larceny, one miscella_
neous escort one
obscene/harassing phone
call, two public service, two
retail theft/gas skip, one sui-
cide (threat), one suspicious
incident/person/vehicle, five
traffic stop, two transport,


To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at*526-5000.
To report a wildlife viola-
tion, call 1-888-404-FWCC

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with someone with tight ties to
Washington's old ways?
, Some observers say Clinton ,
doesn't really want to be vice
president; she just wants to be
asked as a sigil of respect.
That's ludicrous, and anyone
who'd gamble on such a risky
proposition is not cut out to
negotiate with the likes of
Iranian President Ahmadinejad.
Lanny Davis, a former Clinton
White House special counsel and
longtime Clinton friend, has
launched a petition drive on
asking Obama to choose Clinton,
"Both you and Senator Clinton
during this campaign have
demonstrated strengths in differ-
ent segments of the electorate
and in different parts of the ,
country," Davis wrote.
For his part, Obama moved
Thursday to show he doesn't
need Clinton to translate for him
with white voters in Appalachia.
He chose Bristol, on the edge
of Southwest Virginia coal coun-
try, for the first public event of
his general campaign, he said,
because it's an example of places
in America where people have
been forgotten.
He told the crowd in a high
school gym that Washington has-
n't been listening to or paying
attention to people like them -
but he pledged that as the next

The drumbeat for Clinton as
Vice president started with .
Clinton, who after persisting in
the presidential race as long as
she possibly could, said she was
willing to take the No. 2. job.
How magnanimous of her.
Obama parried by announcing
a three-person vice presidential
search committee that includes
Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg.
He said on NBC, "We're not
going to be rushed into it," and
"I don't think Senator Clinton
expects a quick decision and I
don't even know that she's inter-
ested in that." .
Unnamed Obama sources say
in news reports that a sticking
point could be Bill Clinton's
reluctance to reveal the names of
major donors to his presidential
library and details of his busi-
ness dealings. -
And then there's an unflatter-
ing portrait of him in the current
Vanity Fair. Do people want to
go back to that in the White
Besides aggregating the nega-
tive qualities of both candidates,
an Obama-Clinton ticket would
send a muddled message about
experience and change. Does her
presence mean he really needs .
her 30 years of experience after
all? .
Would he be able to deliver
Change in the nation's capital

Nobody listens to Jimmy
Carter anymore, but once in a
while, they should.
The former president has pub-
licly advised Barack Obama not
to pick Hillary Clinton as his
running mate. .
"I think it would be the worst
mistake that could be made," he
told the British newspaper, the
That's an exaggeration, but for
several reasons pairing Obama
and Clinton would be more
nightmare than dream ticket for
Democrats even if she did
win the votes of nearly 18 mil-
lion people.
Carter, who endorsed Obama
last Tuesday, said the ticket
"would just accumulate the neg-
ative aspects of both candidates."
Polls show 50 percent of
American voters have a negative
view of Clinton, he said.
"If you take that 50 percent
who just don't want to vote for
Clinton and add it to whatever
element there might be who
don't think Obama is white
enough or old enough or experi-
enced enough or because he's
got a middle name that sounds
Arab, you could have the worst
of both worlds," he said in the
Guardian interview.

president, he would. He elaborat-
ed on his proposal to provide
health care "for all," which
Clinton had knocked as leaving
out millions.
Davis writes that if Obama
picks Clinton, "together, you will
stand the best chance of making
U.S. history not once but twice
- the first African American
president and therfirst female
vice president . ."
Maybe someone who aims to
become the first black president
in history should consider that
momentous enough for one elec-
Jimmy Carter suggested
Obama needs as his running
mate someone like Sam Nunn of
Georgia, who spent 24 years in
the Senate and was chairman of
the Armed Services Committee.
. A white Southern male with
strong foreign policy credentials
who'll turn 70 in September -
that could be a good choice.
What do you think?
Marsha Merrer is
Washington bureau chiefof
Media General News Service.
Comment at wwn:mgwashing-
ton.com. E-mail

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The Jackson County Planning Comritission will hold a public hearing to
consider recommending to the Jackson County Board of County
Commissioners for transmittal to the Department of Community Affairs a
proposed major Comprehensive Plan amendment to the Jackson County
Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map,
parcels of land equaling 285 acres (+/-) located along SR 273
approximately 1.5 miles southwest of the Town of Campbellton in
unincorporated Jackson County. Proposed change from Agriculture
2 to Industrial. (See Map)

The public hearing will be held on the 23rd of June 2008 at 7:00 p.m. in the
Board of County Commission Meeting Room of the Jackson County
Administration Building at 2864 Madison Street, Marianna, Florida. The
document may be inspected at the Jackson County Community
Development Department at 4487 Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL 32448.
Persons wishing to comment may do so in person at the public hearing or in
writing to the Jackson County Community Development Department.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accom-
modation to participate in this meeting should contact the Planning Secretary at Jackson
County Community Development no later than 5 days prior to the meeting. The Planning
Secretary may be contacted at 4487 Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL, 32448, (850) 482-9637,
or (800) 955-8771 (TDD).


Appointments Available 850-638-4554


Jackson County Plannitig Commission will consider a recommendation to
adopt the Evaluation and Appraisal Report of the Jackson County
Comprehensive Plan to the Jackson County Board of County Commissioners.
The public hearing on the report will be held at the Jackson County
Administration Building, Board Room, 2864 Madison Street, Marianna,
Florida, on June 23, 2008 at 7:00 p.m.

The proposed report may be inspected by the public at the Community
Development Department, 4487 Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL, between the
hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays or at .
Interested parties are encouraged to appear at these heari igs and provide
comments regarding the proposed report. '
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accommo-
dation to participate in this meeting should contact the Planning Secretary at Jackson County
Community Development no later than 5 days prior to the meeting. The Planning Secretary
may be contacted at 4487 Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL, 32448, (850) 482-9637, or (800)
955-8771 (TDD). ,

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Callahan Funeral Home
5505 W. Brandies Ave.
Callahan, FL 32011
James Vonnie Lee
Mr. James Vonnie Lee, 72,
of Callahan passed away on
Wednesday y '
afternoon, June
4, 2008, at
Hospital in
Born in
Waycross, Ga., to
the late Ruel and Elizabeth
Murphy Lee, he and his fami-
ly had resided in Jacksonville
for a number of years, until
moving to Callahan in 1976.
They remained in Callahan
until moving to Atlanta, Ga.,
in 1983, where they remained
until returning to Callahan in
Mr. Lee had driven for sev-
eral freight companies includ-
ing Central Truck Lines, Pilot
Freight and Yellow Freight,
from where he retired in 1994,
after 38 years. He vias a mem-
ber of the Teamsters Local No.
512, a former member of the
Riverview Baptist Church,
Jacksonville and had served in
the U.S. Army Reserves. .
Preceding him hi death, in
addition to his giarents, are two
brothers, Thomas and Lannis
He leaves behind his wife of
50 years, Sadie McCroan Lee,
Callahan; their two daughters,
Pamela Lee England (Daniel),
Las Vegas, Nev., and Janet Lee
Redden (Robert), Cartersville,
Ga.; two sisters, Donnie Lee
Merritt, Panama City, and
Laverne Lee Connor,
Pittsburgh, Texas; three grand-
. children, Christian Lee
Fernandez, Christina Dunlap
Bryant and Amanda Leigh
Lietke; several nieces,
nephews and cousins; and
many friends.
The funeral service will be
at 10 a.m. EDT, Monday, June
9, from the First Baptist
Church of Gray Gables,
Callahan, with the Rev. Mark
Tuso officiating.
Mr. Lee will be laid to rest,
accompanied by graveside
services, at 4:30 p.m. EDT, in
the Cypress Ceinetery,
Cypress. .
His family invites guests
and friends to visit on Sunday,
from 6 to 8 p.m. EDT, at the
Callahan Funeral Home,

Wilson Funeral Home
214 Airport Rd.
Panama City, FL 32405
Geraldine "Jerry" Pendley

Geraldine "Jerry" Pendley
Mathis, 88, of Marianna died
Thursday, June 5, 2008, in
Marianna. She was born Nov.
16, 1919, in Calhoun, Ga. She
had been a resident of
Marianna for, the past 10
years,. moving there from
Panama City.
She served in the U.S. Army
as a nurse during World War
II. She was a stewardess for
Eastern Airlines. She was a
retired nurse, having worked
at numerous hospitals for over
40 years. She was a member
of the First Baptist Church of
Marianna, arid a former mem-
ber of the First Baptist Church
of Panama City.
She was preceded in death
by her husbands, William
Phillip Nichols and Chester
"Chick" Mathis Sr.; and a
brother, Jack Pendley.
She is survived by two
daughters, Judy Reich of
Chattanooga, Tenn., .and
Shrill Markham and hus-
band, Johnny of Marianna;
son, Chick Mathis Jr. and
wife, Carla of Niceville; six
grandchildren, Brynne
Markham, Autumn Marshall,
Mandy Olson, Kevin Mathis,
Powell Blue and Christopher
Reich; 11 great-grandchildren;
and a brother, Ret. Col. Mike
Pendley and wife, Doris of
Warner Robbins, Ga.
The funeral service will be
Sunday, at 2 p.m., in the
Wilson Funeral Home Chapel.
Interment will follow in the
Forest Lawn Cemetery.
The family received friends
at the funeral home, from 6 to
8 p.m., Saturday.

Jerry Lee Sullivan

Jerry Lee Sullivan, 47, orig-
inally from West Palm Beach,
and a resident of Jackson
County for three years, passed
away June 3, 2008, at Bay
Medical Center, from injuries
sustained in an automobile
Memorialization was by
cremation. The family will
hold a private memorial serv-

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ket for what is considered "waste wood"
like limbs and undersized, deformed and
diseased trees.
"It's a new player opening new mar-
kets," Alter said. "I read an editorial in a
logger publication recently which says
the northwest Florida and southwest
Alabama area could become the wood
pellet epicenter of the nation. The biggest
benefit for our community is that this
means an added value to the county. The
trees are going to a member of the local
business community generating jobs, and
the money is going to be staying right
here circulating in the local economy."
Alter said that, over the course of
roughly two weeks, the logger moved
about 10 loads a day out of his property
for Green Circle. Hauling duties were
split among three trucks bound for the
company's plant near Cottondale. A few
other loads were sent to different buyers.
Alter said this is the first but not the last
cutting Green Circle will make on his
land, and he predicts that the company
will forge many more long-term relation-
ships with other tree farmers in this area.

going to not only get the best logging
experience, which translates into profit,
but their land is being respected."
The logger thinned every fifth row on
the two tracts, and separated larger trees
for sale to a buyer who can use those for
lumber and pay a higher price for the
more valuable wood.
Green Circle is taking the smaller trees,
those that measure four-to-eight inches in
diameter, to chip and crush into flakes.
The flakes will then be bound together
into small wood pellets. for use by
European clients in the production of
alternative energy sources.
The loggers are using three main
pieces of equipment in what was the first
thinning of Alter's crop of pine stands.
The feller-buncher cuts the trees and
grips four to six of them together, then
lays them down in btmches for the skid-
The skidded has a grappling hook that
grabs the bundles and drags them to the
loading deck.
At that point, the loader's extendible
grappling arm takes over to sort the trees

into piles based on their size and/or con-
Deformed, diseased, and small tress are
loaded on trucks bound for the pellet
The larger 'super pulp'; and 'chip and
saw' trees go to different buyers and are
sold for Alter by Green Circle as part of
the contract terms.
The trees are cut at the base, with the
stumps left to deteriorate over time.
The trees being thinned for use by
Green Circle are typically 12 to 15 years
of age, and the thinning makes it possible
for the remaining trees to grow bigger
and better.than if they had to keep com-
peting with the others for sunlight and
nutrients from the soil. .
Alter said Green Circle is paying him
"right in the middle of the range" of the
going rate for his trees. He said their new
presence in the market is good news for
him and for other tree farmers who have
seen prices gradually diminish as the
number of competitors has shrunk over
the years in a slumping market. At times,
it has been hard to even find a pulp mar-

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CBS series

seems more

than sexy
Swing town" bringsback memories.
of the 1970s most of them bad.
The CBS summer series takes us
back to the days of disco, free love
and really ugly hair.
It's set in that cultural dead zone
between the end of the Vietnam War
and the beginning of the Reagan era,
the decade that gave us bad music,
worse fashion and questionable
At least it's a popularly held myth
that in the so-called "swinging '70s,"
spouse swapping and marijuana
smoking were rampant in America's
Those who lived through the
decade may beg to differ.
Yes, marijuana was more preva-
lent, and sex was on our minds.
Disco queen Donna Summer heat-
ed up the airwaves by moaning her
way through "Love to Love You
Baby," and the infamous, low-budget,
comedy porn film "Deep Throat"
played in mainstream theaters.

ke-hhmenatbh bnoof na
wore bell-bottoms, polyester shirts
with gigantic collars and mutton
choph '70s marked a cosmic moment
in-pop culture history when sexual
liberation, anti-war sentiment, femi-
nism, gay liberation, equal rights,
distrust of authority and countercul-
tural values converged.
But as far as sex goes, my guess is
there probably was more talk about
swinging thall actual swinging.
Having lived an "Ozzie and
Harriet" lifestyle myself, I cart't
ceeti thS in wn'llaveatma
more than the scriptwriter's erotic
fantasy. .
The series opened with a sugges-
tive scene in which a manly airline
pilot seems to get too cozy with a
stewardess (they weren't "flight
attendants" then).
The camera pulled back to reveal
that she's trying to clean a stain off
his shirt from a spilled drink.
"Your wife," she daid nervously,
"is gonna kill me."
"My wife," he said with a wicked
smile, "is gonna love you."
Cue the music: the 1972 classic
"Stuck in the Middle With You."
. Set in Chicago's affluent North
Shore community, "Swingtown" is
basically a soap opera with comic
It follows three couples: the swing-
ing airline pilot, Tom (Grant Show),
and his sexy wife, Trina (Lana
Parilla); the newly arrived squares
who might be corrupted, Susan and
Bruce (Molly Parker of "Deadwood"
and Jack Davenport of "Pirates of the
Caribbean"); and the seemingly
strait-laced Thompsons (Josh
Hopkins and Miriam Shor).
But in the Thompson household,
the teen children are doing all the
The always outraged Parents
Television Council denounced the
show for "driving a stake through the
.institution of marriage and family."
But the first hour of Thursday's
(6/5) premiere played like a cheesy
soft-porn movie without the porn. It's
an almost laughable sophomoric
excursion through naughty behavior.

lee3rpr ue eaccouplee
ridiculously square. And you can
almost bet the farm that the righteous
couple is going be into bondage or
spanking or something kinky and
The first episode includes a
manage a trios and an orgy as well as
pill popping, pot, smoking and
cocaine snorting. But somehow none
of it is as shocking as this series end-
ing up on CBS, which used to be
known for shows such as "Touched
by an Angel."
"Swingtown" was created for pay
cable networks like HBO or
Showtime, where the sex would have
been more graphic. But both net-
works passed on it. CBS bought 13
episodes because CBS President of
Entertainment Nina Tassler felt the
humorous, escapist, risque nature of
the series would appeal to the
younger female audience the aged
network is trying to attract.
Walt Belcher is a staff writer
for The Tampa Tribune.


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Ad ult Ed Students of the Month

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Guidance Counselor Thomas Hermann, right, with
Students of the Month Anuj Dalal, left, and Ryan
Langford (not pictured: Steve Norman)..The Jackson
County Adult Education Program recently honored the
Apni Students of the Month. The students were recog-
nized for good character, academic progress, atten-
dance, complying with school rules and their attitude
and cooperation with staff and fellow students. Each
student was presented a certificate of accomplishment
by Hermann. Contributed photo

JRCIESon County Life policy

Birthdays photographs with copy are free for children 12 years old and under and adults
90 years old and above. There are no exceptions. All other birthdays, including those signifying
special birthdays such as 40th or 50th, must run as paid advertisements.
Weddings $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for an additional 150 words. One photo is
allowed per wedding.
Engagements $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for an additional 150 words. One*photo.is
allowed per engagement. . .
Anniversaries Free for the 50th, 75th and any anniversaries above 75. Anniversaries in
this category may include up to two photos an early years of marriage photo and a'present-day
Anniversaries that do not meet the requirements for free placement cost $35 for the first 250
words and may meludesone photo. A second photo will cost an additional $20. Also, a charge of
$20 will be added for each additional 150 words-
The Jackson County Flondan reserves the right to edit all advertising and news content sub-
mitted for publication. Deadline for Sunday as Wednesday at noon. Send submissions to edi-
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Melanie S. Mitchell was
awarded her Doctorate of
Higher Educational
Leadership on April 24,
2008, from the Fischler
School of Education and
Human Services at Nova
Southeastern University in
Fort Lauderdale. Her dis-
sertation, "Evaluation of an
Alternative' Teacher
Certification Program,"
evaluated the Miami-Dade
County Public Schools
alternative certification
program for teachers.
Dr. Mitchell is the chair-
person of the Science
Department of Coral
Gables High School and

Gill6y'iS Sunland

Employee of the
IVl onth
Sunland Center, Marianna
recently recognized Paul
Gilley of Marianna as
Sunland's Employee of the
Gilley began his, employ-
ment as a Human Services
Worker in March 2003, and
was later prokiloted to a
Vocational Instructor in Unit I.

letGill dr s rdm S aun
Superintendent Dr. Tracy

teaches International
Baccalaureate Biology and
Advanced Placement
Biology. She has been an
adjunct professor at the
University of Miami,
College of Education. She
has conducted many moti-
vational seminars for
beginning teachers in
Miami-Dade and Monroe
counties through the uni-
versity's "Project Succeed,"
a grant funded for first-
through third-year teachers.
A proud graduate of
Marianna High School,
Chipola College and
Florida State University,
Dr. Mitchell is the daughter
of Jay and Betty Mitchell
of Marianna.


Griffin. celebrates 1st

Maycee Claire Griffin of
Marianna celebrated her first

biS ay eAdpalg er f0 rad
and Jennifer Griffin and the lit-
tle sister of Syler, all of q
Paternal grandparents are
Kenny and MaryNell Griffin
of Alford; and maternal grand- .1
parents are John Dunaway of
Greenwood and Sue Roberson
of Marianna. -
Great-grandparents are R.A. '.
and Ardella Griffin of Alford;
and Virginia ThweMt of
Cottondale. Maycee Claire Griffin

De we y turns thr ee
Levin Kaide Dewey recent-
ly turned 3. His proud parents--
he Ashley and Laura Dewey
of Mananna.
Levin's maternal grandpa"
ents are Ronnie and Becky
Peacock of Marianna. His
paternal grandparents are Jean
Dew co SmahandH s"
Levin celebrated his big day
with a pirate pool party, with
hamburgers, hot dogs, cake
and ice cream. He was sur-
prised with a treasure chest
full of toys. Kevin Kaide Dewey
Gr aven is t wo

Joy York and Keith Green

Rory York and Kathy
York of Cottondale
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Joy York,
to Keith Green. He is the
son of Danny and.Lorraine
Green of Marianna; and
Debra Owens of
Grandparents of the
bride-elect are Shirley
Rehberg and Vera Mae
Rehberg ofCottondale; and
the late Donald Burley and
the late Dorothy Jean
Burley. of DeFuniak
The prospective groom is
the grandson of Jean
McKinisk of Winter

Haven; and the late Rufus
Green and the late Olive
Green of Marianna. .
She is a 1999 graduate of
Cottondale High School
and is employed with
D&M Computers in
He is a 1994 graduate of
Marianna High School and
received an AA degree in
computer programming
from Keiser College. He is
employed with North
Florida Lumber in Bristol.
The wedding will take
place on June 14, 2008, at 5
p.m., at the New Salem
Baptist Church in'

Donovan Graven celebrated
his second birthday on March
15, 2008, with a. Sesame
t" parthe atHhisishtohmes
of James and Lucinda Graven.
' The children enjoyed play-
ing outside on the jungle gym,
getting candy and toys from a
"Sesame Street" pinata, play-
ing pick-up ducks at Ernie's.
Rubber Duckie Pond, and pin-
ning the nose on Elmo.
Guests enjoyed grilled hot
dogs, coleslaw, baked beans
and a Cookie Monster birth-
day cake. His special gift was
a Semmole tricycle from
Uncle Will, Aunt Patty and his
Wester cousins. Donovan is
the grandson of Don and
Martha Griffin of Grand Ridge


turnS three

Haylee Johnson turned 3 on
May 26, 2008. She celebrated
with fanuly and fnends, with a
pa at huck E.d of.
Melissa and Danny Weeks of
Grandparents are Theresa
and Don Johnson of Sneads;
Liz Cooper of Sneads; Pam
Weeks; and Carl Weeks and
wife. She is the great-grand-
daughter of Luvirn and the

Paul (jilley

Donovan Graven

Fr om
time to
time I .
must empha-
ortant to
for us to start
preparing our
young people
for the future

asbearly as pos-
When they
are old enough ,, --
to make deci- .
sions for them- .
selves, we
must still .
encourage -
them to make Thomas Vincent Murphy
the proper
kind of deci-
sions. My parents taught us time is spe
children to be thankful for people in s
what we had. They also ing baske
stressed the importance of baseball o
utilizing and taking advan- with the dre
tage of what is available to a profession
us. The chan
These concepts (being a success
thankful, using and taking athlete are v
advantage of what's avail- Orr the ot
able) have followed me are willing
throughout life. and effort i
One of the things that tion, the rew
concerns me is why so a comfort
many people in low income with benefit
and poverty stricken areas Once yo
feel they are trapped and the basics
don't have much hope. If ing, writing
you believe in God as most as children
people profess, you should late to le
feel there is hope. Hope is either), th
one thing, putting forth a choices and
serious effort to improve to perfect y
your life is another. Everyone
Depression, despair, become a
hopelessness, slothfulness teacher, poli
and laziness are words that signal athle
have invaded the lifestyles an extensi
of all nationalities, colors occupation
and creeds. able. For o
I know of situations tion is mor
where two people were knowledge.
neighbors in a poverty In fact
stricken neighborhood. smartest p
One individual rises to be have the. s
a major success in life, reason, eve
while the other continues to don't have
live a life of stagnation. book know
One used excuses as a it's hard to
way of life; the other looked the simple
past the clouds and saw bet- -of my most
ter days ahead. friends.
In this day and tinle peo- They see
ple in every walk of life are how to solv
having a tough time making detail, and
ends meet. It's time to step reaching a
up and be counted as an Books can't
ibned me r seltf i sof us
then encourage others to do Never fee
the same. succeed in l
If you have an automo- Please ke
bile, bicycle, access to pub- more *you k
lic transportation, or are you can gro
withm walking distance of a
public library, you can use Tho
that facility to enhance your Murphy i
education. County resi
Most libraries even offer about life is
advice on how to operate

which is cru-
cial in our
society today.
r testofdar
tors, politi-
cians, athletes,
teachers and
other success-
ful individuals

from adverse
situations. One
of the most
enticmg occu-
pations to
young people
is the sports
industry. A
great deal of
nt by our young
ome cities play-
tball, football,
r other sports,
am of becoming
al athlete.
ces of becoming
ul professional
ery slim.
her hand, if you
to put the time
nto your educa
ards can lead to,
ble life filled
u have learned
which are read-
and arithmetic
(it's never too
arn as adults
ere are many
fields in which
our skills.
will not
doctor, lawyer,
tician or profes-
te, but there is
ve amount of
l choices avail-
ne thing.educa-
e than jpst book

some of the
eople I know
trong ability to
n though they
an abundance of
ledge. At times
explain some of
t things to some
highly educated
m to look past
e a problem in
concentrate on
simple solution.
always tell how
will react to cer-

l that you can't
ep in mind, "the
now, the faster

mas Vincent
s a Jackson
dent who writes

Haylee Johnson

Scru~ff is a male schnauzer

To adopt one of these pets, stop by the
shelter at 4011 Maintenance Dr., in
Marianna or call 482-4570. Our hours are
Monday through Friday, 10:00 3:00 and
Saturday 10:00 2:00.
Adoption fees are $65 for dogs and $55
for cats, with a $50 deposit on unaltered
animals. The adopter receives a $40
voucher to use at.the veterinarian of their

choice, for spay/neuter fees. Once the
spay/neuter voucher is returned by their
veterinarian, the $50 deposit is refunded to
the adopter,
Dog Obedience Training classes will be
offered at the Partners for Pets shelter on
Saturday from 8:00-9:00 a.m., at $5.00 an
hour and taught by Sonny Fortunato. He
can be reached at 693-0908 or 482-4570.

York,~Green plan

Tanner makes dean's
list at UCF
The University of Central
Florida Colle e of Health and
Public Affa rs in Orlando
recently announced it's Dean's
List for Fall 2007 and Spring
2008, according to Dean Dr.
Joyce Dorner,
Erin Tanner, daughter of
Willis and Lillie Tanner of
Marianna, a 2006 honor gradu-
ate of Marianna High School
and a 2007 cum laude graduate
of Chipola College, earned a
place on the list by maintaining
a 3.75 grade point average for
each semester.
Tanner is majoring in legal
studies, and plans to attend law
school and earn her Juris
Doctor degree.

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Each year the Optimist
Club of Jackson County
holds the Annual Steven
Cullifer Poker Run Against
Cancer to benefit a child .
from Jackson County that as
Cancer. This year the club
was able to present the fami-
ly.of Cade "Wheel" Shouppe
with a check for $1,360.00.
Wheel was not able to come
to the meeting because of a
doctor's appointment but his
aunt Jana Baggett was and
she was presented the check
from the club. Wheel is 12
years old and was diagnosed
in July 2003 with T-Cell gr
ALL Leukemia and he is the
son of Jeff and Sondra .
The Optimist Club of ,p;
Jackson County would like
to thank all of the riders for
their participation in the ride
this year and we will be
looking forward to seeing
you next year on the next Event Coordinator Shellie Hollis, left, presents a check to
ride. Wheel shouppe's aunt, Jana Baggett. Contributed photo

TMJ- Temperomandibular Joint Disorder

Temperomandibular Joint Disorder, the longer but more
descriptive name for this condition, by definition occurs
when the muscles used in chewing and the joints of the
jaw fail to work harmoniously with each other. Although
stress is usually a causative factor, as manifested by
1, clenching and grinding of the teeth, other causes can
3 include malocclusion (poor bite), accidents that damage
the bones of the face of jaw, and occasionally joint dis-
a eases such as arthritis.
2 TMJ is almost always associated with complaints of
chronic muscular headaches or craniofacial pain.- Other
a classic symptoms can include pain and tenderness'of the
/* jaw muscles, clicking and/or grinding noises during
chewing, limited opening spaces or capacity of jaw move-
ment, earache, ringing of the ears, dizziness, and occasionally facial- asymmetry.
Although often aggravated by emotional stress, the basic problem is oral conditions
and habits. Many people are physiologically'and psychologically predisposed to deal
with their stress through their jaws by clenching and grinding their teeth.
The diagnosis of TMJ is accomplished by both physical and radiographic means. It
begins with a consultation with the patient to establish the symptoms they are experi-
encing. Professionals, usually dentists but occasionally other medical practitioners,
can then feel and listen for joint noises, palpate the muscles move the lower jaw for
soreness and measure the range of motion of the lower jaw. Sometimes radiographs
are necessary to establish the exact physical reason for the TMJ symptoms. These may
be Magnetic Reasonance Imaging (MRI) or Tomography, or both.
Obviously stress management can have a profound effect on some cases of TMJ.
Therapy for mild cases usually consists of anti-inflammatory medications, a soft diet,
limited opening, and warm compresses applied to the affected muscles. In more
extreme cases, muscle relaxants can be added. Patients with symptoms that become
chronic, especially in the presence of bite relationship problems, sometimes require
intra-oral occlusal splints. These rigid, plastic removable appliances level the bite and
eliminate irregularities, which can cause TMJ, or make the symptoms worse. After the
symptoms have been relieved, permanent dental corrections may be helpful. This
treatment can be accomplished by selective grinding of the biting surfaces of the teeth
(called equilibration), orthodontic work, fixed dental reconstruction (crowns or
bridges), or removable partial dentures. The goal of all these modalities is to restore
and maintain the normal relationship between the upper and lower jaws, and thus relax
the muscles, tendons, and ligaments controlling their motion.
Between five and ten percent if TMJ patients have dysfunction that is of a nature that
can only be relieved by surgical intervention, either surgical correction of the joint tis-
sues themselves, or surgery to rearrange the relation of the lower jaw to the upper jaw
to correct the bite relationship.


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New members of the Optimist Club of
Jackson County were inducted into the club at
the April meeting Brigitta Nuccio, Dena
Bishop and Azur Sims.
The Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
the first and third Tuesday at Jim's Buffet in
The main mission of the club is to help the
children of Jackson County. The club has two
scholarship funds: one for a 12th grade student
from the Jackson County area and another for a

child or grandchild of a police officer who is
going into law enforcement or corrections from
the 14th Judicial Circuit Bay, Jackson, Gulf,
Holmes and Washington counties. The
Optimist Club of Jackson County also sponsors
a Benefit Ride against Cancer for a child with
cancer and co-sponsors the Law Enforcement
Awards and Luncheon for Law Enforcement
Week at the Jackson County Sheriff Dept.
For more information contact, President
Sylvia Henry or Vice-President Shellie Hollis.

Scouts and their parents at the awards/graduation ceremony. Contributed photo

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celebrate graduation

. A special "Doing a Good Turn" award was
presented to Austin Westbrook, to honor him
for his actions in helping another family mem-
ber who had been injured and needed immedi-
ate first aid treatment.
The Tiger Cubs, under the guidance of .
Wilson and Nancy Sanchez, and the Wolf
Scouts, under the leadership of Mary Ann
Hutton, graduated to the next level of scouting
in a special "crossing over" ceremony. Each
scout was given a new cap, handbook, and
neckerchief slide, as Tiger Cubs were promote_
ed to Wolf Scouts, and the Wolf Scouts were
promoted to Bear Scouts.
To obtain more information about scouting,
please contact Mary Ann Hutton at 209-2818,
or e-mail at cokehut@digitalexp.com.

Cub Scouts from Pack 170 in Marianna held
their end-of-year awards program and gradua-
tion ceremony on May 31, at Westfork Ranch
on Blue Springs Road. Scouts and their fami-
lies gathered to celebrate a successful and fun
year of Scouting together. Snacks and refresh-
ments were served as families enjoyed a social
time, then gathered around the camp fire and
tee pee to begin the program.
In recognition of their achievements this past
month, Scouts received patches, academic pins,
and membership cards from leaders Steve and
Mary Ann Hutton and Steve McCool.
Entertainment was provided by Webelo
Scouts Ash Lanier and Will Sanchez who per-
formed a puppet show with puppets and
scenery they constructed themselves.

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BCF 0 0 IIne pro grams gro w I

Sor of leadership, the current
BCF online courses are just
one of the innovative deliv-
eryoptions available in the
Distance Education program.
Internet technology
has allowed students
to study around the
world, evident by one
current BCF student
taking courses from
Other options
include attending
ns classes at one of the
three distance sites
villennd OPens la,
Currently, students can
receive an Associate of
Divinity degree completely
They can also take the the-
ological classes online need-
ed for a Bachelor of Science
degree in Biblical Studies.

General education courses
are expected to be available
online in the near future. -
In regards to the future of
the BCF online program,
Coggins commented, "I'm
excited about the future.
We've been doing online
work since 1999 and it's only
gotten better. I anticipate it
getting a lot better. There
will be a lot more options for
11s to use different technolo-
gy to enhance our courses."
Students applying and reg-
istering for classes online go
throughFthelslame process as
Course schedules and
admission procedures can be
obtained through the website
(baptistcollege.edu) or by
contacting the Admissions
Office at 800-328-2660,
extension 460.

The rising trend in contin-
uing education is fueled by
the convenience of studying
online from the com-
fort of home or from a
remote location.
The adaptability of
an online degree pro-
gram fits the busy
lifestyle of today's stu-
dent's especially voca-
tional ministers and
active duty service Coggi
members. The Baptist
CG Iceev Ilof F n n nCF)
lead the way in offering a
growing online program pro-
viding opportunities for men
and women to reach their
lifetime educational goals-
According to David
Coggins, director of distance
learning and assistant profes-

Sheriff candidates to
reveal their views
The Panhandle Drug arid
A ihiol Abu ANDeAen on
sponsoring two Sheriff
Candidates' Forums to deter-
mine the views of the candi-
d ates running for Sheriff in
Jackson, Washington and
other counties.
The first forum, for Jackson
County candidates, will be at
the Chipola College Arts
TCente beginning atl6 p.m
DAAP reports that each of 10
candidates for Jackson County
Shenff has responded m the
affirmative to the invitation,
The Washington County
forum will be on July 17,
beginning at 6 p.m., in the
Agricult al Center on U.S.
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segments of health promotion
and disease prevention devel-
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Health Network, Inc.
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year and has won numerous interna-
tional recognition.
Rentz also has been involved in
Chipola's Quality Enhancement'
Program (QEP) for SACS re-accred-
Rentz's supervisor Dr. Sarah
Clemmons, says, "Mrs. Rentz is
respected by students, peers, and
administrators for her dedication tor
service learning experiences for stu-1
dents. Her involvement of students
and the college in projects to servd
the community and the nation earned
her much special recognition and
appreciation by all."
Rentz has taught English courses
at the college since.2005. She forn
merly taught at Sneads High Schook
She is a Chipola alumnus who earned
a B.A. from the University of Weg
Florida and an M.S. from Novp
Southeastern v .nd Bill ha#
two children. Their daughter Paige is
a Chipola alumnus, a member of th2i
Chipola Academic Hall of Fame and
a graduate of Sarah Lawrence
College. Their son Chase is a senioF
at Sneads High who is dual enrolled
at Chipola. t

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English professor Pam Rentz of
Scads recently was named the
Chipola College
Faculty/Administrator of the year.
In her regular job Rentz teaches
college students the importance of
writing clearly and using good gram-
mar and punctuation; but the lessons
she' teaches after class may be more
Rentz serves as faculty adviser to
the college chapter of the Phi Theta
Kappa, the international honor socie-
ty for two-year colleges. Like most
honor societies, good grades are
required to join PTK, but service
learning is the group's main focus.
Rentz leads Chipola students in
various community service projects
each year, but "Project Prom" may be

tC ipomao ol triguit BayReSTLo id
High School in Mississippi where
they helped put on the Junior/Senior
prom. Chipola students collected
prom gowns and decorations and
helped organize the prom for stu-
dents at the hurricane-ravaged high

English professor Pam Rentz, left, of Snead~s accepts the Chipola College Faculty/Administrator of the Year

provides leadership activities for area
The Chipola chapter of PTK was
named the Most Distinguished
Chapter of the Florida Region this

Chipola students participated in a
number of service programs. The
"Behind the .Scenes" program
encouraged reading and creative
expression among middle school stu-

dents. The Leaders of Promise
Conference offered a day of leader-
ship activities and seminars for area
eleventh graders. The Senior
Leadership Conference with SGA


Chipola College nursing
students recently got firsthand
experience in a medical emer-
gency scenario using a new
human patient simulator.
The future nurses found
themselves in a mock emer-
gency room with a young
child in breathing distress
along with a panicked and

ly haas hda Heng ipan g a h
pat nt dr w blchecl"
starting IV fluids. As the trau-
ma progressed the students
were faced with decisions
regarding the course of care in
a deteriorating situation,
Students had to decide which
medications to administer and
make quantity conversions for
a child. According to Lucinda
Graven, Assistant Professor of
Nursing,1the sce rioa lapb

experience in making quick
and decisive decisions in a
stressful environment.

"The Pedisim simulator can
be adjusted to suit the educa-
tion point of the student. The
medical issues and training are
basic in the initial semester
and progressively increase in
difficulty as the students move
through the. program," said
Tracy Mears and Amy
Samson played a major role m
settu d alt ti t tssimu

for the Chipola students.
Funds for the human patient
simulator carne from a
Succeed! Florida Nursing
Profession grant. Chipola was
awarded a total of $253,000 to
help introduce nursing stu-
dents to real life medical situ-
ations with three human simu-
lators, including a male and
female adult. The Pedisim
human patient simulator can
breath bleed and talk like a


Chipola College now offers
more than 40 individual pro-
grams ranging from four-year
Bachelor's degrees to certifi-
cate programs which can be
completed in a few hours.
Registration for academic
programs is available at the
beginning of Fall, Spring and
Summer terms. Some work-
force and certificate programs
feature open enrollment which
allows students to enroll
whenever the college is in ses-
sion. The college offers seven
Bachelor of Science (BS)
degree programs, including:
Business Management,
Elementary Education,
Mathematics Education (5-9
or 6-12), Nursing, Science
Education (5-9 or 6-12) and
Special Education. The
Educator Preparation Institute
(EPI) offers Teacher
Certification for those with a
B.S. in a non-teaching field.
The majority of Chipola stu-
dents are enrolled in the
Associate in Arts Degree pro-
gram designed for students
who plan to complete their
first two years of college at
Chipola and transfer to anoth-
er college or university at the
junior level.
Chipola offers more than a
dozen Associate in Science
(AS) degrees which provide
professional training associat-
ed with specific careers. These
include: Business

Surveying and Mapping
Technology and
Two Dental programs are
available through agreements
with other colleges: Dental
Assisting at Gulf Coast CC
and Dental Hygiene with
Tallahassee CC. Students may
earn the first year of these pro-
grams at Chipola.
A variety of continuing edu-
cation programs are available
on campus in areas ranging
from Child Care to Real
Estate. Through partnerships
with www.ed2go.com and
www.gatlineducation.com, the
college offers open enroll-
ment, online courses in cours-
es like health care, Internet
graphics/web design, busi-
ness, law and travel.

Administration, Computer
Engineering Technology,
Computer Electronics,
Network Support, Computer
Programming, Computer
Information Technology,
Criminal Justice Technology,
Culinary Management, Early
Childhood Education,
Electronics Engineering
Technology, Fire Science
Technology, Network Services
Technology, Nursing (RN and
LPN), Recreation Technology
and Telecommunications
Two Associate in Applied
Science programs in
Electronic Engineering
Technology and
Te communications
Engineering Technology are
available. Three College
Credit Certificate programs
are available in Child Care
Center Management,
Emergency Medical
Technician (EMT) and
Paramedic. The college offers
a number of Workforce
Development Certificate pro-
grams, including: Automotive
Service Technology, Certified
Nursing Assistant (CNA),
Computer Systems
Technology, Correctional
Officer, Cosmetology, Cross-
Over Corrections to Law
Enforcement, Cross-Over Law
Enforcement to Corrections,
Electronic Technology,
Firefighter II, Law
Enforcement Officer, Masonry
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Six Indians selected

in M LB Amateur Draft

Former Mariantia and
Chipola pitcher Alan Horne
will make his first Minor
League Triple-A start in
nearly two months today
for the Scranton Yankees in
Scranton, Penn., against
Toronto Blue Jays affiliate
Sy us e
last start-
ed April
10 against
be fore
a strained
rig h t
It was Alan Horne
Horne s
second start of the season,
putting the right-hander's
pursuit of the big leagues
on hold just as it was heat-
mg up. ,,
"It was very frustrating,
Horne said Saturday. "I was
throwing very well and you
watched what was happen-
ing with (the big-league
Yankees) with the injuries
they were having and some
guys not pitchmg as expect-
ed, it was frustrating."
Two of New York's most"
prized pitching prospects,
Ian Kennedy and Phil
Hughes, have both strug~
gled this season, leading to
rehever Joba Chamberlain
being moved to the starting
With questions about the
Yankees' starting rotation

and new room available in
the New York bullpen, the
opportunity to reach the
majors by season's end
appears greater than ever.
"I can't really worry
about that .stuff," Horne
said of the Yankees' pitch-
ing issues. "I just have to
focus on staying healthy
and pitching well.
so heo po tr nitude e le
but again, I don't have any
control over that."
Most paramount for
Horne right now is making
a full recovery from an
injury he called a "freak
"It's not a very common
injury," he said. "I didn't
really think it was anything
at first. Then it cramped up
and started hurting, so I
couldn't pitch."
Horne said he wasn't
feeling any arm pain any-
more, so he was expecting
to have a good time of it
"I feel good right now, so
I'm really ready just to get
going again," he said. "The
biggest thing is just to put
in a quality start, go out and
get into. it and show that
I'm able to compete at this
"As long as I execute my
gamelan, I'll be happy and
I think I'll see the results I
If he does get the results
he wants and does eventu-
alljr get the call to the big
league club, Horne said he
See HORNE, Page 2C >

The Chipola Indians
had six players from the
2008 baseball team
selected in the Major
League Baseball
Amateur Draft
Thursday and Friday.
Sophomore pitcher
Ryan Chaffee was the
highest selected Indian,
going in the third round
at pick 105 to the Los
Angeles Angels.
Freshman center
fielder Chris Berroa
was taken in the 11th
round by the Oakland
Athletics and freshman
pitcher Carlos Moncrief
went in the 14th round
to the Cleveland
Next up was sopho-
more relief pitcher Ben
Jeffers, who was draft-
ed in the 22nd round by
the Milwaukee
Freshman catcher
Moises Montero was
next in the 26th round
to the .Indians, with

freshman Edmond
Sparks going to the
Houston Astros in, the
44th round.
- Chipola coach Jeff
Johnson said that the
draft is always a special
event for the players..
"It's always a defin-
ing day for college
baseball,". the coach
said. "The kids get their
plans put together for
the next year, so it's an
exciting day for the kids
being drafted
"It's also exciting as
coitches because we get
an idea about where to
go with the team next
year, knowing who gets
drafted and who we
have a chance to lose
and who we have a
chance to keep."
. Johnson said he tries
to give good advice to
his drafted players on
the best time to make
the jump to the pros.
"The kids have got to
understand that it's a
great honor to be draft-
ed," he said. "When the
time is right and the

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"Ryan Chaffee, along with (fellow
pitcher) Drew Parker, has been the
face of the program the last two
years," the coach said. "He has been
a' big game pitcher for us for two
years and I'm very happy for him.
He wants a chance to go out and
start his pro career.
"He has got all the intangibles to
make it and the ability to .be a big
league pitcher, so I'm vei-y excited
for him to see where he is in a year
or two down the road."
Chaffee pitched the final game of
the 2007 JUCO World Series and
closed out the state championship
game this year with a complete
- game shutout in which he struck out
19 batters.
- It's Chaffee's ability to rise to the
occasion in big pressure moments
that Johnson said will serve him well
in his quest to make the big leagues.
"Anybody who gets drafted has
ability," the coach said, "but the sep-
arator is the intangibles, the heart
and the character.
"That's what separates the ones
- that make it from the ones that don't.
Ryan has as much on the intangible
end as any kid I've had."

Chipola also had a pair of signees
for the 2009 season get drafted.
Of all the Chipola players/signees
drafted, only Chaffee's future is cer-
tain, the right-hander already deter-
mining that he will pursue a profes-
sional career.
With two signees and four fresh_
men being selected, that leaves
much uncertainty about which play-
ers will be in Chipola uniforms next
Johnson, however, deals with such
uncertainty virtually every season.
"It is tough. You'd rather if they're
going to sign to go ahead and do it,"
Johnson said of his drafted players.
"Sometimes, kids will tell you it's
just a matter of time before they
sign, so go ahead and use my (schol-
arship) money, but some don't know,
some get offered money late and
you're kind of at their mercy.
"I hope we can.get it figured out
before the season starts. You hope
you can get 90 percent of your (ros-
ter) stuff done and go from there."
Johnson said Chaffee, who helped
lead the Indians to. two state titles
and a national championship in his
two years at Chipola, will be missed.


$parts Da'Tara upsets Big Brown at Belmonlt

Recreation Softball
The Graceville
Recreation Department is
looking for softball teams to
join a league.
Teams cost $250 each.
For more information,
contact Sonny Campbell at
415-7391 or 263-3250.

Adult Recreational
The Tri-State Basketball
Association adult recre-
ational league will be
accepting team rosters for
the upcoming season. For
further info, contact Darold
Pope at 850-272-5000.

Chipola Softball Camp
Chipola softball coach
Belinda Hendrix will offer a
Softball Night Camp on
Monday from 6 p.m. to
7:30 p.m., June 9, 16 and
23. Cost is $20 per night.
Call 718-2358 for info.

Chipola Baseball Camp
- Chipola baseball coach
Jeff Johnson will offer a
Young Pitchers Camp for
ages 8-12, June 9-10. .
22 mr fl'all 718-

Unsigned Senior
Baseball Combine

"Unsigned Senior
Combine" for June 12 at 10

players and will be held at
the Pensacola Junior
College Baseball Field
located on the Pensacola
Campus at the corner of
12th Avenue and
Underwood Drive.
Registration forms can be
found on the web site
he link will be at the bottom
of the page) or by calling

Swimming Lessons
Chipola will offer
Swimming lessons for ages
four and up. Session 2 is
Classes are available at 9
a.m., 10 a.m. or 7 p.m.
Sessions are Monday
through Thursday foi- two
weeks of 45-minute les-
sons. Cost is $45.
Call 718-2473 for info.

CABA World Series
The 2008 CABA 18U
aluminum bat world series
will be held on July 27
through Aug. 3 at the Cene

he s Mo.complex in
Teams can register for the
world series at
www.cababaseball.com or
If you need more infor-
mation on the world series,
contact Ken Quinn at 330- ,

Sports Briefs .
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editorial @jcfloridan.com,
or fax them to 482-4478.
The mailing address for the
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Floridan P.O. Box 520
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word back then. The only environmental
planning surrounding the dump's construc-
tion, involved locating it downwind of a
county commissioner's house and upwind of
the domicile of his chief political rival. .
Now, why ducks chose to wmter in the
dump I do not knpw. Nor did I care. .
.A 13-year-old armed with a shotgun and
bloodlust doesn't dwell on why. I just know
that in the middle of this wasteland; amidst
oil, drums, discarded farm chemicals, and
noxious household garbage; was a pond, its
purpose unknown. .
Maybe the dump's "architect" was as
early day animal rightist who couldn't bear
the thought of rats having to walk great dig-
tances to get a drink. Whatever the reason,
to this pond the ducks came. .
They descended on the pond early in the
morning and, on Saturdays; we (myself and
two.buddies) were there to great them.
Cletus Monroe, ever the great mnovator,
hid himself in the skeletal remains of a
Hudson automobile.
. Casper Osborne, with a keen eye for cam-
ouflage, hunkered inside a rusty industrial-
grease drum. (Dunng duck season, Casper
always smelled like the rear end of a '57
I was less adventuresome, choosing to
squat behind a fallen tree that had suc-
cumbed to the accumulated toxins in the
surrounding soil. When the birds came, all-
out war commenced. The ducks, though,
always had the upper hand. .
Number one, though they looked normal,
they were mutant ducks, genetically altered
by surroundings that looked and smelled
like the aftermath of a chemical holocaust.
They were practically invulnerable.

Two, none of us could hit the side of a
barn with a howitzer, much less a hand-me-
down scattergun subject to countless mis-
fires. But, hey, even Orvis shooting-school
graduates couldn't handle mutant ducks,
could they?
Reason notwithstanding, the ducks usual-
ly won. Our hunts were often cut short by
some mishap or other, and the mallards,
mergansers, and teal escaped during the
resulting chaos. .
Clete, for instance, routinely ripped him
self asunder on sharp protrusions inside his
car-frame hideaway, receiving enough
tetanus shots back then to pass along lock-
jaw immunity to his later offspring.
My troubles, on the other hand, were
emotiotial.7 generally stirred up large rat
colonies in that old dead tree..
I hate.rats, particularly big, garbage-fat-
tened dump rats. Anyhow,.between my hys-
terical screams and Clete's profuse bleeding,
if ducks were taken, it was usually Casper
who took them, his hydraulic-jack aroma
Now and then, though,.Casper, too, could
ruin a good hunt.
.On uneven ground, his shotgun recoil
could cause his barrel-blind to tip over and
roll down the slope into the pond. This did-
n't bother the ducks, but Clete and I were
usually too occupied with the rescue to take
Bedraggled and bloody, wet and neurotic,
we normally straggled home luckless.
.Looking back, even the few feathered "casu-
idties" we did shoot won in the long run.
I mean, did you ever try to digest duck
meat carved from birds living in and feeding
from a rainbow-colored sludge pond?

I reside in a place that will never go down
in history as a waterfowl Mecca.
. Mention duck hunting in these parts and
you will likely hear little more than recol-
lections of early evening wood duck shoots,
fraught with a serious lack of ethic and
questionable legalities.
Here, anyone who hunts waterfowl "by
the book" while adhering to state and feder-
al game laws is, often
looked upon as less than
intelligent. ,
That is why, many
years ago when I
became' a "real" duck
hunter, I started out at a ,
tremendous disadvan-
tage. .
Not the least of my
drawbacks was simply
finding a place to hunt. Bob Kornegay
In 1960s Southeast
Alabama, "ducky" habitat was in very short
There was, however, the occasional
exception. Strange though it seems, once in
awhile I happened upon shooting spots to
nval the most storied waterfowl stops along
any North American flyway. One of these I
chronicle here.
Wherever you shoot waterfowl today, you
haven't seen ducks in large numbers.unless
you ever hunted them in that most prolific of
duck factories: the garbage dump a few
miles outside the city limits of my old home-,
In the days before ecology and modern.
refuse disposal, this duck hotspot was a true
"dump," not a sanitai-y landfill.
Heck, "landfill" may not have even been a

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LAKE SEMINOLE Topwater largemouth
have been good for some anglers of late. Stump-

11 diareas ha beenhproducttwe as have the3slowly
Grassbeds in the Flint River have also produced
some pretty good largemouth.
Work mdividual spots diligently and don't give up
too soon.
Use Texas-rigs around the stumps, shallow baits
near the hydrilla, and Carolina-rigs elsewhere. Look
for a few bass on the sandbars as well.
Bream fishing is pretty good. Bluegills, in particu-
lar, are bitmg fairly well at present. Seek them in
shallow water and fish live earthworms on the bot-
tom. The best bream fishing comes when the wind
settles down.
Hybrids remain fairly active near creek mouths.
babiTAlrseo th mr ecnrtan as nbdest ns t
the afternoon
< Crappies have been slow. Fish ledges with min-
nows and use jigs for any shallow fish you may find
In the creeks and protected areas.
Cat h areFfair upAt B g There are a

lot of fish holding on shallow ledges at 8 to 20 feet.
The best ledges are in areas where there is good
brushy cover nearby.

beCtrlaunr ha 1 1ssop inner t ch g
some of the shallow flats with tube baits, jigs, and
spinnerbaits. The best flats contain green vegetation
and have deep water nearby.
Bream fishing is good. The panfish are biting well
and should remain reasonably active for a time.
Right now they are in 3 to 8 feet of water near live
wood structure.

ThCr pt at hees ila meo oon lt g na dee2p5
feet of water. Small jigging spoons are good bait
Hybrids are slow, though some may be caught
trolling over shallow sandbars.
Catfish are slow overall and fair in isolated spots.
- Bream fishing is fair to good. Drift along the bluff
walls with crickets and worms ,olv very light line.
Bluegills and shel1crackers will tak@ them readily.
Also look for bgddjng and feeding activity in shal-
low sandbar areas Patifish htve also been biting for
some anglers up the creeks.
Bass are good, especially near.the r mouths
and a short distance tip the creeks.
Up the creeks, fish jerkbaits small Texas-rig
wdrms, and shallow-running crankballs. At the creek
mouths, deeper-running crankbaits Are not had. On
ledges in the river proper. to jig-and-pig combos or
drop-shot rigs for the occasional ble fish.
neethpp m (though a fewTmay be caught
Catfish are fliPin the tailwatels and along bluff
(Gerferation schedules, pool levels, and other such
information for area waterways may be obtained by
calling toll-free 1-888-771-4601. Follow the record-
ed instructions and access the touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River System.)

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INDIAN SPRINGS $205K. Nitro '07 w/ 90HP. Been i Outback '06 31 RQ5 Load- 2005 Gulf Stream Cavitar Allegro '86 28ft. Motor Honda 2003 VTX 1800
FOR SALE: 290+ ac Nearly new 3/2 open in water only 3 times. ed $16,900 OBO 334- Pkmdl, 31'L, sleeps 6, Home, Like new cond., Black Motorcycle Gar-
farm land, Rocky floor plan on 1.6 ac.- Over $1K worth of 618-4501. excellent condition. Full indoor kept. A MUST age kept with approx
Creek, runs thru w/fishing pond in back- electronics to give with stand up shower. SEE! $12,500. Call 334- 2000 miles. Showroom
rope $55,500 es- yard. www.shopaffor- the boat. Seeking c..... Nash 2004 5th wheel M- $7,500.334-237-1039 792-80180r792-8827 Conditlon. Backrest /
cat d atimrber. b dable.com850-209-0745 poam t -2 .!. e3, clo lonmp 2004 Dutchmen Classic 34' Allegro, 1990, 37,000 lugga ed cw /wibNT
miles so/hpof 1-10 in MOVINGMUSTSELU 1910. equipment. W-07 Sil- 35ft. 2 slides. 1 bath. miles. New tires/ex- huleld. $8700, 334-445-
Marianna. FL. Con- 3BR 1BA, Near Chipola verado available for to- Satellite. W/D hookup. haust/brakes. Excel 6933.
tact Matt Dryden, Colle e,$82,500 850. -- tal travel package, let's Exc. cond. Like new. cond. $10,500 080. 334-
ni ht 850-352-4981 30ft. Hunter Sail Boat, discuss price. 334-701- $17,500.334-671-0312. 565-3160/504-0223 KAWASAKI'05KLX-110 99 Porsche Boxster 99k
ce 850-573-0414 526-2978 turn key Live Aboard, 4315 $1,100,11ke new, exc. Excellent cond. $13,500
great weekend aet cond (334)445-4304 obo334-791-0716
Sat.6/04 nOH2 5 4Fort a anye, u gradle8sK M4n ndas20 q5thbe hal- 4' Harley-Davidson '06 or(334)791-8549. BMW '04 Sedan Md# 5251
Rd.(162)Greenwood 0BOCall850-227-4034 excellent condition. FXDI Dyna Super- KAWASAKI 'OS KLX300 Silver, 28,775K mi., AT/
)gggid 4/2.5,2car ein. $34,500 OBO 850-547- 2003 Keystone Cougar 4 Glide, Blue, Sun- piped and Jetted Llke 6sp. Garaged, exc.
round of 2rise 2808 Sth wheel, Senes 276 downer Seat Wind- new. $3000., 334-791. cond. $30,500. 334-803-
2BR/1BA, $375/mo +dep, Northwes RealtyCindy EFs. 28 ft. w / Ining shield, 6-spi., 1135 8549, 9276or334-393-5829
$50 app. fee non- Willis850-209-1283 Malibu Skier '01 Soorster Montana 02' 5th wheel room slide. Great cond., mi Like new $13,895,
refundable 850-693- 60 brs. 325 HP, Derfect -rr .=E., camper, 32.5 ft. 2 $13000, 334-702-8267 Cal850-547-2708. Kawasaki 750 ATV, IIke
0371 cond. loaded $19,000 slides, mounted space leave a message. new, bumper, specialty
OPENHOUSE 090334-313-2367 heater, new 4000 Onan ... ... .. .. ..... 1997 Four Winds Class C, package. Allo Wheels,
SUN JUNE 8, 1-4 540 generator w/inside re- 2002 35' DUTCHMAN 31 ft, A/C, stove, micro- Call(334)333-2988
JACKSON RD IN COM- Le end '04 Bass Boat, mote, $25k 080, 850- 5TH Wheel, 2BD, wave, fridge, sofa, di- p
PASS LAKE. 3/2 1848 2 5 Mercury, low hours. 20ftl987PontoonBoat; 593-6946 1.5BA, 2 slides excel. nette. $24,900. Call 334- Kawaski '07 Mean Streak
SQ FT PARTIALLY RE- ellow, mInt cond., 19975uzuki75hp lent condition 791-1450. .4 Special Edition. Under
2/1 homodr new kitchen MO D L1.34BAANCREESR 14,900,(334)790-1350 mo r e2cdre1Ser Jayco 0001 pop up m $18,000334-695-1159 1993 Motorhome, 34K mi, a 5 demdesb trase
dishwasher, laupn ry UNITED REALTORS ,TA- Javelin '94' Bass boat Hasnewsuntopfish' e Ctricepfsridge, heat- 35', diesel pusher, Gen. (334)899-4247
hooku s, fenced back- MMY 850-832-4591 377A 150 fast strike, finder.Asking$5,000, /cooling s stem. awn- 1995 Shasta Travel Trail- $9,000.334-790-1350. BMW 5281 2000', Silver,
yar j 505 -7d7e3f mammememan aler. $4750 334-596- firm.334-503-4288 ing.$48003 -794-7103 N,5d,2 Cf 13e4e)psygt '03 Class A Monoco La e 8. $01 50greCd agke nditl\ot
leave message gg ggg I Jason 1986 Dass Deat 110 2002 d7x closed Trail- Jaw e S9Enle 5th 2921 t[mai.oadeslides.L 10' H aminDaviadseonVROOD6 334-726-7516. 33P 9as5M all 334-
2/2 brick home. Blue Jt.nnson motor. garage .er, d d.,e l wi ea$ slides, with covers, 08' Amerilite Travel Trailer dolley & .all furnishings Red, 7K mE, warranty, SUNF 2008 50CC, moped,
Springs area, fireplace, ke 1, good condition 3o3o4)9c 2044 electric awnin $35K, 21% ft. Fully self con- (dishes, towels, etc.) $19,500 nego. Call 334. street legal. $800 34- Buick 2002 Century, new
screened porch, carport, Family Beach House in $4 00 080 334-794- selling for heath rea- trained, Used once. Pd $75K.334-790-3480. 714-5940. 793-5248 tires, looks great, low
s wassh 60 la d y PC sI p2 Tkstok 5511or334-798-5936 sons334-791-4192 0,7 asking $10k 850 Hariey-Davidson 2001 S U 1 0 'OL], BLAC 1 age. $53 334-701-
m8, S Obd3e5^lei -3 2 63-6180 JaS e'Q3 ctasmpee 34co di 512 Motorcycles/ATys "'.,,i"nt"im.,Po",'igg $5500. 334-470-0237. Cadillac '94 Fleetwood
message like new on rented lot 509 Motor Homes miles.334-693-0540 Victory 1999 1500, SK hm, silver, 150k mi.,
3/ 1In town, CH/A, great k wat lafron vie 2000dTRo Sc dt Harley Davidson '94 UI- $6m0r01calfrmmade ke ch Iwft. Sc5h6a
room w/d hkup coverea RECREATION r 080334-793-0021. Iow mi cage 687-3275 tra-classic lot of extras 8457 days:850-656-7212.5-8
car ort $800 +$100n - or850-625-3965 & chrome Must see
dep. 0-271-0900/258-4309 2004 Yamaha YFZ 450. $9.500 D4-198-4346 Cadillac '95 Deville IIy
3BR/1.5BA Marianna, -- -- 2001 FISHER 170 HA I Many after market Harley Davidson 99 Wide [oedededirepearIold A/C
1st + d er lease Hunter 2004 306, like new SC IT Deep V Alum. -. parts. $3800. 334-726- GIIde. Custom Cnrome 58,000 miles, 21-23m
Nog.85m007k6 52.. Appl. lo e ett pJo al er r 25424.CRF 150 F Honda, all 3 4 5 roP94 594500 r330B608-13M
3B 1.d5B VNeor icStr 108tS/M0ttrS/ a e d21cs70 2800. 23". AQuainorl. 4 inn g 99 Brave 35. o me t n,$2 Oe CBaill '96 EFd\%e)two
in Marianna. Kitchen .. OF$ 850-6 -8147.LvMsq **200 Jennson Ocean G. 35. Inveng rm. shoe, 687-3275 or 850-625- ELL rims, exc. cond., 78K
p lances included. Runner, Great condi- Fleetwood Scorpion 'OS, 35k mi., Alcoa wheels, 3965 Yamaha '00 G16A, Gas mi., askin $6400 080
Secur first atnd1 SELL 'Oi'iahli-25600 Picase oa tu teed t 50tdroebsi52 S acks* Need Nekwo me? H leht Daysids ne t, cart @inkitIigrhe Cail(334)3 9-5118 '
lease and pr fierences ramps. $14K. Call Bla- theClassifieds sta 2, ve clean $3,600 obo. Call 334- Cadillac '98 ElDorado. En-
required. No smoking Yamaha G 800R '04, Red- kely. 229-723-5958 Seabreeze Class A 95 $8000, Call r229-220. 774-9749. gine needs some work.
08petsb vai850)uly594- hit on cy.38 00Hr rtcn nfixt e 9 7,pe ga nS ro r 24110r229-726-8603 Yamaha 02' Zuma Scoot- roedat dltin)tneri6r
7525 between 6pm- 334-695-2939. 64,900 mile. $25,500. read includes helmet, Honda '02 4-wheeler, 4x4, er. 6400 mi. 125mpg* obo.Call334-714-9819.
3 BA in Marianna C Ni d it!!! Ghnno 05d34 r0)I as 850-547-3431 t 5d g5e e is 73e2 0 a condlu ge
$650/mo. 850-209-8759 Triton 2005 1753 Crapple, camo seats, trailer, ill a 774-2521 Yamaha '06 Motor Scoot-
4/1% brick home. I bik mercu 60HP, 4 stroke Likenew.$3,000 er. YJ 125 CC. Like new.
from Riverside Elem- front 2 rear live wells 850-547-2708. 19ft.SportsDeckBoat 76 miles, W/S, helmet.
$900/mo 1st & last 850- and bait well, lots o Bass Tracker 2002, pan. '05,90HPMercuryw/ __. $2,500.334-692-5741

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3 BR / 1. 5 BA updated elec. anchor, boat cov- 2BR, Great cond., helmet & cover. Only 1 Cadlliac Seville 97, STS
modular I acre + Garden -- er, heavy duty trailer. $10,500, R-VISION 'OS Trail-Lite 26ft mile! $6,500. Call any one owner, 37k actua
95amo 850H5 9-16 trol garS 35964813 941 Call229-308-1168. u I am. 4-5494-3344. what 0 xc31 nbc3 tio

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$800 TIQUE '99, WHT/BLK, Club 30,000 w/115HPMercury 7KW generator, 2 en- Workhorse Chassis 6.0L blFaks%,chrome, Vae 14631eavemessage & o aiGt dBur 96K
(likenewintown) Great cond., $17,500 334-775-1209 Optimax.71poundmotor tries, ducted CH/A, Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl. and Hines custom ex- $4.200. 080 or Irade
*2BR1Bath$350 080, 334-794-8248 334-750-0333 ulde,480GPS/fish hydraulic levelers, outs. non-smoker & pet haust, $8.500 080 334- 515 atells mass.,... -
*3BR1Bath$350 CALL FOR MORE DE- Inderstainlesssteel rear queens, sleeps free. $57,000 080 seri- 695-9269,334-695-9265 EIpilmes
(bothin ) TAILS. prop.Readytofish 6, leat er power cap- ous in urries only. 334- r- Chevy '03 Trailblazer LS.
town $18,600334-774-5412or tains chairs, base- 522-365 Honda 2004 CBR600RR 2004 2 YAMAHA Wave ewter. Scyl. Auto
* BR2Bath -$900 334-790-1346. ment model, great Ford 1991 Class C, rebuilt Red & BIk, under 3,000 Runners, 4 stroke e .e rans. power windows /
2 TBw 950 ,, 0Tea las OT ak 'ceaUrernca I nadlio2. $60C00sw lood icigre tS,5condi0B idau I radl1e3r00cooveorsboth d FM Icork(12,5A0CO.
(inthecountry) tion, loaded, arage 3625,000. 850-762- nance.334-793-5248 xCall3 -389-0383 229-759-9974 334-790-7862 -
Call Ouida Morris, Brok- a hi91d top Fleetwood 2002 Discov- HAre 'BO SuCp rgliU
er, century 21 Sunny er. $14.500 314 687- r ery 39ft, 2 slides, 330 miles Great cond. Re-
6 891 0-r209 70 190323 sal 3275or85 -625-3965 H9PO,0 3 4618- 7nice $5122 00 obo. Call HOMES FOR SALE
I. ur l w col4 BR {n2d S dh 2 atG S X15 d -8 28 I K 080. Damon Intruder 00, Harley Davidson '05 883

1 en -5 63 total raleb, od nOd0 89 14.1' Lancer IIshmg 3TV[assA9dle7sg2~ trt tershoccuksst71un tn TWO HOMES ARE FINISHED &
080 boat w!custom traIler. Work -n Play 2006. 28tt. slide 2TV'S color. Excellent cond.
if a eq 35HP Mercury. every- Bumper pull lay hauler* side fr w? Only 1600 mi. $5600. PRICED UNDER 180K EACH
Ranger '91 Bass Boat, thing inc. Must see to sleeps6-8,4xc.Cond. ce aker.N w Call334-672-4622.
&7.5si v. Mae Believe334-792-3737. cafl343 5 8- B Please odWe3s4p rtsI es, Tiresmowin oack- ONE HOME UNDER CONSTRUCTION
1, 2 &s 3MBHR Ma@ 33 er ailer. Sprimer 1999 5th wheel k nchn $1 s to3 0605 & PRICED UNDER 190k
, anTa Water/sewag- p, nt a Boat 05. 20 th s dd o 687-2684,334-703-0125 * HOMES ARE 1680 TO 1768 SQ. FT.
e/garb./ Iawn incl. 850- naier 5 0 HP new hitch. $9500 334. 7 x 12 enclosed Trailer Damon Dae Break 01',
592-2717 lam na Caraged Late 805-3058 .V-noseram door, Class A, 15.228K. 2 AC, (HEATED AREA)
2htt3 BR MH Coctthoandal ISI8 0 080 Call q.-, Pr al r '04s5 d nooar cr g onPtease *'NE OF MARIANNA & ONLY 5 MILES
count livin .com. ea Ouacnta 15 ft outboard Many extras! $15,500. 3mths.oid.$2,800. Harley Davidson '06 Dyna e-r*nana *rAussan
65 HP lohnson, trolhng 86 BAYLINER 29tt. Volvo Call334-714-0210. Firm434-238-8298. Damon '96 Daybreak Wide. Glide, Glacer f itUIVI IUVVITI
2BR/1BA in Sneads CH & A, motor. Depth finder 260 eng., fully loaded Motorhome. 31 ft. WhitePearl, 6-spd.
large lot. .5450/mo. + and more. $2700. 080 w/traller, low hours Pop-up 2006 Camperhlike 2007 19ft. Pilgrim Lite Clean, SIps 6. Great 5,000 mi. Like new. New
dep.850-718-5243. 334-701-1408. n35,3510308 687-8169, 334. newilecosm6m at & W aki gTr 9 a oilfo3 -579 -06129whl he stSad I B gse BUILDER/SELLER PA YS
2BR/1BA MH -in Alford; Nitro750 '04boatmotor frdge range, awnina, (334)677-3827 Rack. 2yrs left on ext. ass ..=
$375 plus deposit. &trailer.Mercuryll5 76 Skeeter with 79 Mer- Forest River Flagstaff Chevrolet '92 Sprinter, 20 warranty. Bike is flaw- ALL I
850-579-4622 or 573. HPLikenew,$!1,000 cury 175. Fully restored 205, $6995, 334-792 2006 custompark model ft. self contained Motor less. $17,500. (334)494-
2498/573-1851 334-792-08850r must see $3600 day 2956. Lo t Cabin used 3 Home. Great for camp- 4784.
2BR/2BA DW Ve Clean 334-714-0401. 18 451456 after 5pm Pilgrim '05 Sth wheel 30 moo hsurft n c nla h3 2t)Sis shing. Harley-Davidson 2000 CALL 850-526-8367 (CELL)
3 Family of 2. R7f. Req. Marquis '77 w/1990 rebuilt ft. super-slide must see mother in law suite on heritage soft-tail, pearl
No pets. $500 + dep. No 90 HP motor trolling mo- 23' SeaRay Project Boat, floor plan, new cond. your lot, ready to Airstream '93 34 ft. deisel white, lots of chrome,
smoking 850-718-8158 tor & fish finder. 53,000 260hp. 350 En Boat Tr. ve4ry clean, $13,750. Call move. 3d900. 080 64.000K mi. exc. cond. extra seats. $15,000 OR 850-523-2346
Z8R MH FOR RENT ill Ly- obo.334-475-3272 $15000bo.256- 01-1657 33 441-5580. .(251)654- $25,000334-792-1079. 334-693-0540
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Marianna, FL 32446
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NESTLED on private and secluded landscaped 3.64
acres in Falling Waters Park/Golf Cotirse area. Home
caliunt s tobNeedr ropulace alt ,n rooompo bh eathe a
back porch and two car garage. MLS 08-811 $189,900


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MUST SEE!!! Just starting out? This brick home with
3 bedrooms is exactly what you are looking for, new
paint and carpet throughout, home isuready to move-
into. Property is located not far from town
MLS 08-791 $124,900

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doublewide mobile home with large rooms. plenty of
closet space, side-by-side GE refrigerator with freezer
on bottom, Maytag dishwasher, 3 bedrooms and from
deck. Large shed with 6 foot door, a 4 ft. door and
a tacSh ca ort.d h91 on 2 acres.

PRICE REDUCTION with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, nine
flooot ceilings with en>nt 11 hardwood liamirmt d
town, close to a paik and in a nice neighborhood. MLS
07-2541 $131,000


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4257 Lafayette Street, Marlanna, FL
(850) 526-5260-office E DO BRANCHoon Ir a ac unn dnun
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Website: buynorthwestflorida.com ,jacr a kbewyeowhboauUp 1sls le iinc mu at
ting. All for $274,500 MLS #: 08-365

EXECUTIVE ESTATE located on 62 beautiful acres
a south of Chipley. This 2 story southern living home is
inviting from the large front porch 1 the stariway lead-
~NEW LISTING~ 'sn upsurifras /4r oa1fonnalhannd G(hningwTeoomLwth
HOME and Business Opportunity. Nice master bed & bath. Comes with 3 car garage. This
brick 3/2 home on 3.26 acres and a work- home is impressive! $849,000. MLS #: 08-318
Ing dog kennel for $250,000. If pur- .
ChaSed as a single home dwelling for m
$199,900, dog kennel will be moved. ). .1
Approx. 35 miles North of Panama City a
Beach. #2944 MLS #08-715
RED INCOME PRODUCING property! Edgewood III, an
v -, -' established apartment complex consisting of 8 fur-
"" wished units, is available for purchase. Edgewood I
and II are also available. Buy one or all three!
Edgewood III ONLY $335,000 MLS #: 08-800

LOtS Of Upgrades in this cozy 38R home. New
kitchen cabinets & stainless steel appliances.
Near Riverside School & downtown. Marianna.
Good. investment property, first time buyer or
retiree: #R2930. $83,600 AFFORDABLE New Home in Marianna! This 3/2
.-4.--^ w/ 2 car garage completed in '07 sits on beautiful cor-
ner lot. Comes w/ top of the line appliances, upgrad-
ed carpet & vinyl, upgraded fixtures, office space. So
much more) REDUCED! Now $149,900!
NiLS #: 07-2316

North Oaks Spacious brick 3/2 home w/garage &
screened orch. Large formal living room and dining
room. Al BRs have walk-in closets. Large master
bedroom lias separate entrance, could be mother-n- IMMACULATE 4/2 Doublewide on I acre, paved
law suite. Landscaped I acre lot. #08-541. $175,000 street. Completely ulidated. All new appliances, all
new carpet, all new tile. New paint. New front deck,
new skirting. All like new. 5 minutes from town.
Recent FHA approval. $89,900 MLS #: 08-554

Brick 1700 SF 3/2 home 9 ac in the co n-
ty. Fenced for animals. Chain link fencing
around the house. Wet weather pond & 1,456 BARGAIN! BARGAIN1 BARGAIN! Come see this like
SF old barn on property. Handicap master bath. new 3/3 DW. Metal roof. New vinyl siding. Split BR
08-596 $150,000 design. Large front & back deck. All on 1 acre with
-- beautiful inground pool with new liner and fence.
.. Ready for entertaining or relaxing! 6 miles from Wal-
Mart. All for $99,900! MLS #: 07-3046

MARIANNA Near Downtown. New updates in
this home within past 6 months. 3rd BR being
used as utility room. C/A&I-1, insulated win
dows and FP w/ electric logs. Old garage/stor- LIKE NEW 3/2 home on Highway 90. New metal
age bidg. #08-598 $69,000 roof, new vinyl siding, Hardwood floors, gorgeous
yard, heat pump, pecan trees, fig trees, 3 outside build-
ings, partially fenced. Possibly-great business loca-
tion. All this for $139,500! MLS #: 08-851
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07-3070 Beautiful 3+ acre lot has oak trees and cleared
for building. Frontage on a pond in SW corner of lot.
Lot located in vacinity of Silver Lake. All the amenities
of Compass Lake Hills horseback riding. swimming BEAUTIFUL 2006 Triplewide 4 bedrooms 4 baths.
boating, fishing, rental of cottages, campsites & lodge All stainless steel appliances, built in ofl1ce space.
on McCormick Lake, etc. #2899 ONLY $37,000 Rock faced ITrepolace. 2 nice back decks. Separate
living room/famHy room. 36x36 horse barn with 2
12xi2 horse stalls & tack room. All this on 6 acres
for only $149,000! I horse stays! Convienent to
- Chipley or Marianna. MLS #: 08-610


BONIFAY-Built in 2007.. this 3/2 home features
split BR design. Wood burning FP in LR. Maple
kitchen cabinets, GE appliances, .stacked W&D,
laminate & ceramic tile floors. Lots of upgrades. WATERFRONT! 6.4 ACRES. 300 feet on water!
#08-472 $185,000 Beautiful private Springled Lake in Jackson County!
-sp-, ---- -. Deed Restricted! Well & Septic tank, Power. Ready for
P -,,r you to build your new home! Come swim & fish or just
enjoy the view! All for $199,000! MLS #: 08-292

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07-1692 Marianna 5 Acres. County maintained road on
North side of proper y and a private road on East side. Wel
weather area on SE side, possible pond site. MH ok $39,900..
bedroom bath mobil hom on 3/4 ac siNice Yard

4, immaculate! Large back covered patio. Apprx 6
-- Ik >ut of Marianna. All this for $52,500! MLS #:


07 1472 10 across: Approx. 14 yrs. od pin95.
$75,000. Will sell 5 acres $40,000.

* COTTONDALE 40 Acres has
mature timber & homesite on back 20 LOCATION! 99 Acres right on Highway 231. High
acres. Front 20 acres is wet. Excellent visibility & High traffic count year round. County
hunting. #06-1863 $200,000. sewer & City water available. Excellent development
* LOts in Compass Lake in $ 8 ) OSn O6-P30 blecityannexation.
the Highlands Subdivision
beginning at $15,000
* I.45 Acres wooded lot in area CLH
Lodge. All amenities CLHI #07-523

* C3e r GOordo Estate, Westville. Enjoy EXCELLENT LOCATION! Great visibility and
fiSling & FelaXing neST highway frontage comes with this commercial
Choctawhatchee River. Lot has water in il000pSF. Needs contph to mnownion
& septic. #07-2162 $10,000. Couondale! $20,000 MLS #08-912

5454 10th STREET, Malone. Pristeen home in immaculate
condition. Over 1800 square feet of living area, ponderosa
pine paneling in den and Master Bedroom. 100' x 190' lot
with large oak trees. $129,900.


Chase Lane. Split-bedroom plan with Great Room, din-
ing room, and master bedroom opening onto covered
porch. Lighted walkway to dock. $379,900
., 4


2933 GREEN ST. HISTOR C, true victorian
home has been authentically restored. Features
of this home include 3 marble fireplaces, 13'
ceilings, heart pine floors & Mohawk laminated
wood flooring, crown molding throughout, orig-
inal bead-board wainscoting in DR, custom
drapes & plantation shutters. $299,900



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.1568 sq. ft. home 3 bedrooms & 2 baths* 2acres
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. 5195
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Grand Ridge
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*1350 +/- sq.ft 3 bedrooms & 1.5 Inths*1.20 +/- acre lot
*fence backyard Owner financing available*#08 742

3060 Hunter Fisd'
Camp Road

26972 sq. ft. 4 bedrooms & 3 baths
*NEW: Carpet, Paint, kitchen appliances, light fixtures & more!
Kitchen with breakfast bar Master with loft area* #08-627
6665 Bradley Rd
Grand Ridge
Nice 2 story 2360 sq. tt. country home *7.03t acres BRING
YOUR HORSES 3 or 4 bedrooms & 3 baths *50 pecan trees 1
Howell Termite Bond #07-2879
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Meadoselem Rd.,

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52181 MarcusdDr.,

1107 +/- sq ft 3 bed Coms & 2 baths Fenced back yard
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BIG PRICE REDUCTION!! Very nice doublewide
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kitchen, corner fireplace in den, covered front porch
and a one car carport. Great country location.
MLS 08-201 $38,500


Cute bodie wkh 2 bedrooms, new roof and water
heater, .large laundry room with cabinets, lots of
kitchen cabinets, newer counter tops and ceiling fans
throughout. MLS 07-2728 $65,000

in picturesque setting. just minutes from Marianna and
Do e uAeL Garl o y otrol tart itf you're a first time
MLS 08-410 $75,000


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