Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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The FluMist form of the swine
flu vaccine has arrived in Jackson
County. Health department offi.
cials said Monday the mjectable
form is expected to be hete ma
few weeks.
The health department began
administering the mist on
Monday at the office on 4th
Street in Mariaima.
vaccine will ndt be charged any"
thing out of pocket, idthough
some private physicians may bill
an administrative fee to
Medicare, Medicaid or private
insurance, where applicable,
The mist is not recommended
for pregnant wortlen, adults over
the age of 50, or for children
under two years of agP.;
Jackson Cqunty Nursing
Director Julie MeKinnefsaid the
immediate focus is to provide the
mist to workers and children at
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Chase Elkins get thoroughly licked by LuLu and Brandy at Pet-toberfest Saturday.The event was

The Chipola Regional
it serves fell again in September.
According to a news release
!::"...thC u y k ple
rate was 7.2 percent in
September. This is down from 7.4
::.t"ite:: cent.
However, the counts unent-
ployment rate is still above the
5.5 percent reported in September
Unemployment rates dropped
in three other counties served by
the board last month, while
Washington County's unemploy-
ment rate was unchanged
between August and September.
In.Calhoun C6unty,.the unem-
ployinent rate edged down to 8.2
percent in September, compared
to 8.3 percent in August. Holmes
-County's rate was 7.2 percent last
month, down from 7.4 percent in
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from justice charge, which is a class C felony.
Bellamy was charged by Coffee County
authorities with providing a false name at the
time of her arrest ,and as a fugitive from jus-
Lolley said an anonymous tipster helped
them find Grant. Florida authorities had noti-
fled Enterprise Grant could be in the area,
Lolley said, and the tip came in as his officers
were searching for him. It took Enterprise
police about 45,minutes to "talk him out"
without resistance, and he was not armed,
Lolley said.
Cottondale Police Chief William Watford
announced the arrests of the other three sus-
pects on Sept. 17, two days after Delk was
attacked but before he died. They were
charged with attempted murder and robbery,
and their charges. may soon be upgraded as
the State Attorney's office reviews the case.
Delk died on Sept 24. An autopsy indicat-
ed he died of head injuries sustained during
the attack. He was attacked oyfside his resi-
dence Sept. 15 as he got out of his while He
was severely beaten and his wallet < Delk tried to go inside lus home for help. but
coiddift find his his He then blew his car
horn until a rteighbor awoke and found him
slumped over the steering wheel.
The other suspects gin the case,- all of
Marianna, are Joshua Pullum, 22, Willie
Lloyd III, 23, and Kendrick Brown, 20.

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. According to officials, .Bellamy initially
gave Enterprise police a false name. When
on they learned who she was, they alto discov,
ell ered she was waited in Jackson County on a
misdemeanor charge.
nal Jackson County records show there. is a
old warrant for her arrest on a misdemeaflor
th. t-hidge of affraiy.
ast Both will remain in. Coffee Cpunty Jail
La ithout bond after a oreliminary hearing
of betai-c district Judge Paul Shelling in
pt. Eiaterprise Monday afternoon. Both await
ice transport to Florida. .
Grant, who cited 4101 Clay St. in
as Marianna as his address, tpld the court
nd Monday he \vould not fight extradition to
est Florida to face the murder and robbery
charges. In Goffee County, he faces a fugitive

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A scam artist recently turned a
local womali's love of family
against her in order to bilk her out
of $300. The Jackson County
. Sheriff's Office is warning others
not to fall victim to the ruse.
'I'he individual called the vic-
tim around 3 a.m. one inorning
and said ne of her male. relatives
had a vehicle breakdown, and
needed money to fix or tow the
on, 1.Is say several similar
attempts with this scam have also
been made in recent days,
although only this one instance
has been successful so far.
Authorities want to make sure it
remains the only one.
If residents get such a call, ask
for a call back number and imake-
diately call the sheriffs office or
the local law enforcement
Investigators can help deter-
mine \vhdther the call is legiti-
Do not invite the caller to come
retrieve an\ money. If they will
not leave a; call back number,
there's a good chance its a scam,
Jaw enforcement officials say.

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Grant, 24, seas found hiding in the attic
an unoccupied dwelling, according to Ca
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Authorities also said a woman identified
Graiit's girlfnend, Trina Bellamy, was fou
in the attic and arrested with Grant. Her arr
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October 20 Tuesday
The Chipola Regional Arts Association
Dutch-treat luncileon is 11:30 a.m. at Jim's
Buffet and Grill in' Marianna. Pine-weaver
Lynn D. Crain will present a program about
baskets and wall art made from pine needles.
Call 593-6907.
Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in
jjm's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce's Graceville/Campbellton/Jacob
City Community Appreciation Power Lunch is
12-1 p.m. at The Gathering, 5334 Brown St.'
in Graceville. Speaker: WJRG-TV News
Director/Senior Anchor Tom Lewis.
-Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,-
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1
p.m., atthe Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
Lactation (Breastfeeding) Class is 5:30-7
p.rn. in the Jackson Hospital ground floor
education classroom, 4250 Hospital Drive,
Marianna;yNo cost. Snack, course materials
provided. Call 526-2412, ext. 162.
Geeks Help @ Chipola offers a free
identity Theft seminar; 6-8 p.m.. in .the
Chipola College Continuing Education depart-
ment.' Call 71.8-7563, or visit www.geek-
Shelp.cora. n
Altoholics Anonymous, has an open
meeting'lTuesdays, 8 to 9. p.m.; at the First
United :Methodist Churth, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna: Meet in the AA toom.
October 21 Wednesday :
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Wednesdays; noon to 1 p.m., at the
First Uhited Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., .Marianna. Meet in the AA
100m. .
The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
meets at 5:30 p.m. in the Community Room
of the Hudnall Building.

October 22 Thursday .
The .regular meeting of the Jackson
COUnty Library Board is at 3 p.m. in the
- COLinty Commission Chambers. Agenda
includes memorial funds, volunteer program,
book weeding project.
Marianna High School's Bulldog Blast
community homecoming pep rally is 6 p.m.
at the MHS gymnasium, featuring show
choir, chorus, cheerleaders, MHS band,
danceline,. and flag core performances.
Bulldog Football Plays of the Week- will be
awarded Admission: $3,
A public meeting to discuss the formation
of the ACF Stakeholders organization, a
group aimed at resolving the ACF River Basin

"water wars" starts at 6 p.m. in the West
Florida Electric Cooperative in Sneads. Call
The East Jackson County Relay for Life
kickoff meeting is 6 p.m. at the West Florida
Electric office. .
Panhandle Seminole Club FSU football
game watching party, 6:30 p.m. upstairs at
(includes food, beverage); $7 for non-mem-
bers; and free toinew members joining at the
Today, is the application deadline; for
WIRED computer scholarships at Chipola
College for Spring semester. Scholarships
are available for computer science and infor-
mation technology. Call 718-2342 or 526-
2761, .or e-mail or
Alcoholics Anonymous meets Thursdays
for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room. Attendance is limited to persons with a
desire to stop drinking.

October 23 Friday ,
The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce conducts.a ribbon cutting cere-
mony at 11:30 a;m. for Affordable Alcohol &
Drug Testing, 2963-A MJti .on Ave., Marian a.
A free cookout follows. Chil 482-8060.
The Marianna High School Homecoming
Parade beginsatt 3 p.m. (line-up, 2 p.m: on
D@iels Stredth To join the parade, e-mail
deWhieldryde g} or call 482-9605,
ext..252 by Till.irsday, Oct.-22. Viewers may.
line US. Highway 90 from .Daniels to
Madison Street. Homecoming football kicks
off at 7 p.m.,when the-MHS Buildogs host the
Chipley Tigers. Pre-game-float awards and
coronation begin at 6 p.m.
The Marianna High School ,Class of
1969's 40th .Reunion is this weekend.
Graduates will participate in the MHS
HOmecoming parade and attend the
Homecoming football game Oct. 23; and
attend a social gathering at The Compass
Lake Lodge on Oct. 24. For details and reser-
vations, call 850-814-1771.
Celebrate Recovery hobts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" every Friday
at Evarigel Worphip Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 pal. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m., with praise and
live worship music, testimonies and fellow-
ship. Child care available. Call 209-7856 or
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open )
meeting Fridays, 8 to 9 / p.m., .at the First
United Methodist Church,. 2901 Caledonia

St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.
October 24 Saturday
The Marianna Woman's Club hosts an
indoor yard sale ahd bake sale, 7 a.m. to
noon at .its clubhouse on the corner of
Clinton and Caledonia streets, to raise money
for club projects. Call 482-7933 or 482-7565.
A car wash benefitting the March of
Dimes starts at 8 a.m. in the Buger King park-
ing lot near Interstate 10 in Marianna. Call
The Family Support Group fundraiser
starts at 11 a.m. in front of Winn Dixie in
Marianna. Various food items for sale, to aid
community support efforts. .
The Marianna Optimist Youth Program
Golf Tournament (ages 7-18 only) is at Indian .
Springs Golf Course, 1 p.m. tee-off. Call 557-
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Saturdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
Florida Cavertis State Park, Friends of the
Park and nthe Tallahassee Astronomical
Society present Astronomy Night at the Park.
Learn more about stars, planets and other
heavenly bodies at 6 psm. Telescopes will be
set up. Call 526-2484.
Marianna's. Gathering Place Foundatioh
hosts The Gathering Place for Single. Adults
(50 and up), 6 p.m. every fourth Saturday of
the month at Jim's Buffet and Grill, with
music, activities and speakers. Love offer-
ings accepted; proceeds go to'area charitable
projects/Qrganizations.Call579-4561; -
October 25 Sunday
I Can Grow inc. presents Fall Farm Days
through Oct.41 Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.
to dusk; and Sunday, 1 p.m. to dusk at
Majestic Oak Farm, 2035 Palmview.Road in
Cottondale. Daily: Apple bobbing,. orchard
tours (school/church groups welcome).
Weekend: Pedal cart rides, fishing, cider
making demos, barbeqtie and other vendors
.horse drawn wagon rides ($10; children
tinder 2 free) and tractor-pulled hay rides
($7;.children under 2 free). Call 352-4879.
The St: Luke's Episcopal Church Fine Arts
Series presents classical pianist James
Matthews in concert, 4 p.m. at the church in
downtown Marianna. A meet-the-artist
reception follows. Donations accepted for the
fine arts series.

October 26 Monday
EM; Golson Elementary School Advisory
Council meeting, 5:30 at the school. Call

The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Oct.
18, the latest available
report: One suspicious
person, one disturbance,
one prowler, two burglar
alarms, one robbery
alarm,. one
report of ---y -'
shooting in ?
the area, one 4
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one trespassing com-
blaint, one retail theft, one
assist of another agency,
two public service calls,
one patrol request, six
traffic stops, one felony

battery, one fireworks
complaint and one dis-
abled vehicle reported.

The Jackson County
Sheriffs Office listed the
following incidents for
Oct. 18, the latest avail-
able report: Two aban-
doned vehicles, five'
alarms, two criminal regis-
tr nations, one larceny com-
plaint, one sex offense,
one suicide attempt, five
suspicious incidents, one
traffic accident, 12 traffic
stops,' one transport, one
warrant arrest and two
reckless drivers.

The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
Jerry, Lewis, 47, 5092
Old U.S. Road, Marianna,
failure to appear (cqn-
tributing to the delinquen-
cy of a minor).
Keioshia McKinnon,
22, 4052 Old Cottondalc
Road, Marianna, bettery-
domestic violence.
Billy Lee, 28, 4052
Old Cottoadale Road,
Marianna, battery-domes-
tic violence.
Thomas Jeter, 30, P.O.

Box 552, Marianna, viola-
tion of court order.
. Dranisha Cummings,
18, 4597 Highway 162,
Greenwood, retail theft,
trespass after warning.
Tony Stinsoil, 35,
2793 Wandell St.,
Marianna, hold for Bay
County. .
Duchess Kirkland 49,'
2833 Milton Ave.,
Marianna, 14 cotints of
worthless checks.
Priscilla Brown, 21,
2158 Bump Nose Road,
Marianna, failure to
appear (theft of utilities).
Mary Meeks, 45, 1467
Sanders Ave., Oraceville,
violation of probation,

misuse of 911 system.
Wesley McAlpin, 30,
8001 Old Spanish Trail,
Seeds, non-payment of
child support.
Tishardrick Galloway,
25, 18141 Old Spanish
Trail, Sneads, violation of
state probation (driving
while a license
To report a crime, call
CrimeStopipers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Publisher Valeria-Roberts
Managing Editor Michael Becker
Circulation Manager- Dena Oberski

Contact Us
FAX: (850) 4824478
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
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on Sunday. The Jackson County
Floridan (USPS 271-840) is pub-
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postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
Home delivery: $11.23 per.
month; $32.83 for three months;
$62.05for six fnonths; and $123.45
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Mail subscriptions are: $46.12 for
three months; $92.24 for six
The advertiser agrees that the
publisher shall.not be liable for
damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
id t ance)actruselya u e6d
ments in which the error occurred,
whether such error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there'
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the amount paid for such advertise.
ment. This newspaper will not .
knowingly accelit or publishillegal
a esase ire reAdceedia
on legally protected personal char.
HOW 0 pt your
news published
The Jackson County Floridan will
publish news of general interest free
oforchar Subeal tar nNs6 a
mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding,
engagement, anniversary and birth
announcements. Forms are avail-
able at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good qual-
ity and suitable for print. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit all

The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
repcirt an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.

Sophomore Class attendants and escorts Shonte'
Austin and Devonte Grahan; and Laquinesha williams
and Deauntrie White. Contributed photo

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BBB reports

good turn out
for Secure

Your ID Day
On Saturday, Oct. 17, the
Better Business Bureau
Foundation held Secure
Your ID Day events at three
locations throughout
Northwest Florida -
Pensacola, Panama City
and at the new Gilmore
Services facility in
Throughout Northwest
Florida, 663 people
brought an estimated
22,150 pounds of sensitive
documents to be destroyed
by Gilmore Services, and
received information about
protecting themselves fro4n
identity thieves.
"We are excited to con-
tinue to be a part of this
important event," said
Jacob Gilmore, vice presi-

dlocumentsp t cetionne
local citizens from fraud."
To help encourage con-

i"a'e-d eee
thieves, BBB added a con-
test giveaway for the indi-
vidual who brought the old-
est document shredded dur-
ing the event.
Gayle McGill brought a
real estate mortgage certifi-
cate from 1912 to Panama
City. Jimmy Jenkins
brought a bank statement
from 1979 .to Marianna.
Each won a personal shred-
"Identity theft continues
to be the most common case
of fraud reported to the
Fe r eTrade m ssiork

Wright, president and CEO
of your BBB. "It is critical
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Festival to
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Wiregrass with the annual
Wiregrass Hentage
tor ul rul ban ude W c-
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appearance as possible will
enter in .different weight
classes. Exhibitors from
across the Southeast will
display their restored
antique tractors, engmes
and farm equipment.
Park staff and volunteers
will harvest peanuts using
mules- and vintage farm
equipment. Cane grinding
and syrup making will be

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the kettle, will be on sale at
the event. Other activities
will) melu dlackda m
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cooking on a wood stove
and open hearth, quilting,
soap making and traditional
housph leddcq 1 show will
hang in the Stokes Activity
Barn. Concessions. will be
available and musical per-
formances will take place
throughout the day in the

The Shelley General
Store and Martin Drugstore
will be open, selling ice
cream, candy and old coun-
try items.
Admission to the
Wiregrass Heritage Festival
is $8 for adults, $6 for sen-
ior citizens, $4 for kids, and
Feen'30an unbus and chil-
Landmark Park, home of
the Alabama Agricultural
Museum, is a 100-acre his-
torical and natural science
park located on U.S.
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MHS omeomig qeencandidates and escorts Chelsea Blanton and Brandon Hughes; Ja'Lisa Howard and Craig Leslie; Jordan Melvin

Marianna High School
celebrates homecoming
with the Bulldog Blast com-
munity pep rally Thursday,
Oct. 22, 6 p.m. at the MHS
There will be featured
performances by show
choir, chorus, cheerleaders,
MHS band, danceline and
flag corps.
Bulldog football plays of
tly we w 11 a so award-
On Friday, Oct. 23, line up.
for the homecoming parade
is at 2. p.m. on Daniels
Street, and the parade begins
aae eSpectators carhnm
Daniels to Madison. The
Marianna Police Department
requests that no items,
including candy, be thrown
from vehicles.
Also, all car riders need to
be on a convertible or open-
top vehicle no one should
be on the hood of a moving
Those wishing to join the
dice shourddencontact
Thursday, Oct. 22 at deb- or
482-9605, ext. 252.
We invite everyone to also
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Junior Class attendants and escorts Elizabeth Glover
and Trenton Carter; Cayce Griffin and Cameron Oliver;
and Courtney Larkin and Jaren Bannerman. -
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County,.where, until retire-
ment, she worked as a CNA
at Marianna Convalescent
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Stephens Chevron, located at 2200 with the public. nize the thieves, or
Highway 71 just south of Marianna. It shows two men entering the other information abou
The burglary took place on Oct. 3, business by breaking a front win- asked to call the sherif
but authorities have only just now dow, and going behind the counter to 482-9648, or CrimeSto
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James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Ruby Cook

Sandy Tillery add husband
Blake, Robin Reeder, Va-
nessa : Swafford, and
Mygal4 Wester and hus-
band Marty; nine grand-
children, Blakely Tillery,
Caz Wester, Kaytan Tillery,
Jayde Wester, Dawson
Reeder, Aaron Swafford,
Austin Swafford, Anna
Swafford and Lilah Cline
Folks; one great-
grandchild; mother-in-law
Hazel Leigh; and brother-
in-law Donnie Leigh and
mKe a2.retired from the
Air Force Reserve, state of
Florida Probation, was a
1968 FSU alumni and truly
loved his alma mater. He
was an avid FSU football
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Peavy Funeral Home
20367 N.W. Evans Ave.
Blountstown, FL 32424

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Mrs. Merle Joyce (Han-
naJ Pippen, 76, of Altha
passed away Saturday
night, Oct. 17, 2009, in
Blountst;own. Joyce was
born on Sept. 24, 1933, m
Jackson County and lived
in Calhoun County most of
her life. She was a retired
school teacher, teaching in
Calhoun County schools
for 34 years. Mrs. Pippen
was a 1951 graduate of
Altha High School and a
1955 graduate of Florida
State University, with a
bachelor's edu-
cation. She was a member
of the CCREA and a mem-
ber theAlntha irstBap-

Joyce was preceded in
death by a sister, Alda Mae
s e Ha a bother,
Survivors include one
son, Jon Howard Pippen of
Wewahitchka; three broth-
ers, Enoch Hanna of Altha,
Carroll Hanna of Altha, and
Terrell Hanna of Tal}ahas-
see; two sisters, Floester H.
Halada of Altha, and Myrtle
Elizabeth Ho ell of
Americus, Ga.; a grandson,
Jon Charles Pippen of
Blountstown; and a grand-
daughter, Savannah
Pippen ofWewahitghka.
The funeral service will
be Tuesday, Oct. 20, 11
a.m. at the Altha First Bap-
tist Church, with the Rev.
Jim McIntosh officiating.
Interment will follow in the
Mt. Olive Cemetery in
Althal The family will re-
ceive friends Monday, Obt.
19, 5 to 7, at Peavy Fu-
neral Home. All arrange-
.ments are under the direc-
tion of Marlon Peavy at
Peavy Funeral Home in

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FromPagelA toShe was preceded in
death by her husband, Otis
they recog- Edenfield; her parents; and
who has any four brothers, Alvin Cook'
t the case, is Claude Cook, Hershel Cook
f's office at and Charles W. Cook.
ppers at 526- Survivors include her
son, Jessie Edenfield and
wife Ronda, of Marianna;
grandchildren Elizabeth
and John Edenfield; great-
From Page 1A grandchildren Tristan and
Dena Edenfield; two
mated and is stepgranddaughters, Katri-
Spanish and na Reese and .husband
o speak to a Timmy, aod Heather
. until 8 Wartenberg and husband
Barry; two sisters, Louise
n on the vac~ Lollie of Grand Ridge, and
ealth depart- Pastor Frances Dudley of
it its Web site Marianna; and a host of
- nieces, nephews and
be 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 20,
at Maddox Chapel, with the
Rev. Frances Dudley offi-
ciating. Interment will fol-
low at Shady Grove Ceme-
tery, with James & Sikes
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel directing.
The family received
friends Monday, Oct. 19, 5
to 7 p.m. at Maddox Chap-
Flowers willbe accepted,
or contributions may be
made to Lighthouse Build-

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877-352-3581. It is aut
available in English,
Creole. Callers can als
live operator from 8 a.
seven days a week.
For more information
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day preventionincluding frequent
handwashing, covering coughs and
sneezes and staying home when sick,
and use antiviral drugs correctly if
you health professional recommends
them,".she said. For more informa-
tion, visit:, or Another resource is the
Florida Flu Information Line at 1-.

local daycare facilities, and to health
care providers.
McKinney also said school-age
children will be vaccinated, with
parental permission only, at each
school site in Jackson County.
She, also advised that fighting
swine flu is a three-step approach.
"Get a vaccination, practice every-

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Mr. Kay Eugene Foulks
went to be with Our Lord
and Savior on Oct. 18, 2009,
after a long battle with de-
clining health from a re-
cent stroke. He was a
member of the El Bethel
Assembly of God Church
and was a very kind and
gentle man who was loved
by all who lamew him.
He was preceded in
death by his parents; a
brother, Keith Leon Foulks;
and a daughter, Stacle
Mane Foulks. beh d h
Kay leaves in is
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release. Eight of the nine counties are
located in the Panhandle.
For September, Florida's unein
-ployment rate was 11 percent, up
from 10.8 percent in August.
. Nationally, the September unemploy-
ment rate was 9.8 percent.

July. Washington County's rate held
steady at 9.6 percent.
Liberty County continues to report
the lowest unemployment rate in
Florida, as it has all through the
recession. In September, Liberty's
rate was 5.3 percent, down from 5.6

percent in August. In September
2008, Liberty's unemployment rate
was 4.8 percent.
Holmes and Jackson counties were
also among the nine counties with
Florida's lowest unemployment rates
in September, according to the news


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The Marianna High School
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made it a Senior Night to remem-
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fans, parents and classmates. The
Lady Dogs had to go to five
games to pick up the match win
over Walton.
Prior to the start of the varsity
match, six seniors were honored
for their play as Lady Bulldogs.
Tiffany Lawrence and Alexandra
Sanchez have been Lady
Bulldogs for four years, while
Kayla Pittman and .Hannah
Shoppe have been there fpr
three years. Shathae Williams
and Christina Wynn have been
members of the team for two
The first two games were all
Walton, with Marianna losing 25-
14 in the first and 25-f8 in the
second. Mariana bounced back
in Game Three, dominating with
a 25-16 win. Marianna led from
the opening play of the third
game, with the Lady Braves man-
aging only to tie the Lady Dogs,
but never gain a lead.. Tiffany
Lawrence went to the serve line
with the game tied at three, and
left with a 7-3 lead. Michelle
Basin added three points to
make it a 17-9, game before
Cayce Griffin added a couple pf
.service points. Eron Miltofi
sealed the win with a tip over to
end the game.

"He would talk about it every
time I would get together with
him, and said how much fun he
Brown had six months to pre-
pare for the trip, and arrived in
Johannesburg, South Africa on
. Oct. 1 after & 17-hour flight from
From there, Brown flew anoth-
er 250 miles to Botswana, then
drove another two hours to get to
the safari camp. Named "Out of
Africa," the camp sits on 10,000
acres of land.
For the next 10 days, Brown
and a dozen other guests from as
far away as Spain and Boston
navigated their way through the
foreign lands in search of wild
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action continued last week at Optimist Park,
with matchups in five leagues.
In Tiny Mites action Monday, the Dragons
handed the Transfonners a 5-2 loss, while
Tuesday's action saw eight teams participat-
ing. The Cobras defeated the Lizards 7-4,
while the Knights handed the Mud Dogs a 7-
4 loss. Daysprings outlasted the Pythons 3-2,
and the Tigers slammed the Scorpions 9-1.
Thursday in the Tiny Mites league, the
Tigers beat the Lizards 8-1, while Daysprings
.and the Transformers knotted at three. The
Cobras handed the Mud' Dogs an 8-1 loss,
while the Knights continued their domination
with a 13-0 shut out of the Pythons.
In Midget action Tuesday, the Extremes
shut down the offense of the Raptors with a 2-
0 victory. The Mystics made it a 4-0 shutout of
the Thunderbolts. The Panthers handed
Daysprings a 4-2 loss. Thursday night in
Midget action, Daysprings and Mystics knot-
ted it up at two, as did the Thunderbolts and
The Extreme dealt the Panthers a 7-2 loss,
while the Wolves shut out the Raptors 3-0.
Monday in Pee Wee action, Daysprings II
and the Crew ended in a 1-1 draw, while the
Rapids defeated the Giants 5-1. Tuesday, it
was Dayspritigs I with a 6-1 win over the
Giants and the Sharks shut out the Fire 6-0.
The Rapids and the Galaxy failed to notch a
goal, ending in a 0-0 tie, while the Tigers put
up nine. goals in their 9-1 wm over the
Scorpions.. Thursday action saw the Storm
defeat Daysprings II 4-0, witli the Btilldogs
getting a 2-1 win over the Rapids. Daysprings
I took a 7-1 win over the Galaxy, while the
Sharks shutout the Crew 7-0.
Junior League action started on Tuesday,
with the Warriors and United Gold ending irLa
1-1 tie. Thursday saw a 0-0 tie for the Bullets
and the Warriors.
In Senior League action on Monday, the
Mutiny scored three to take a 3-0 win over
Malone. Caleb Corbin, Josh Watkins and Paul
Gochenaur picked up the goals for the Mutin_1.
.Tuesday night actiottended in a 2-0 win for
the Galaxy over the Bullets, while the Mutiny
and the Sneads Stingers knotted at one. Caleb
Corbin picked up the lone goal for the Mutiny.
Thursday, the Stingers handed Malone a 5-3

Jessie Green heads the ball against Jesse McGowan during~ a ~match at Optimiist Park

Some people dream of spend-
ing their retired years traveling
the world and visiting exotic
locations. Others pick up golf.
For Sneads resident Matt
Brown, all**he has.dreamed about
smee retiring 15 years ago is
hunting some of the world's
biggest and most sought-after
The 72-year-old Ocala native
got, to do just that earlier this
month on a hunting safari in
southern Africa.
Brown, a retired diesel
mechanic and hydrolic specialist,
moved back to his home state
from San Diego at the age of 57,
and soon after became an avid
deer hunter.

.But the self-described "trophy
hunter" quickly began to. set his
sights on bigger prey, the kind
one doesn't find in Northwest
"I think everybody in the
world, even young children, have
some sort of a fantasy, something
-they may never had opportunity
to d.o," Brown said. "For me,
hunting wild game in Africa has
always been a dream of mine."
Brown got his opportunity ear-
lier this year when he put in p
winning bid on a trip to South
Africa at an auction at the
International Safari Club of
Tallahassee. He was notified
about the event by his friend, and
News Channel 13 local business
correspondent Robert Dokken.
"He's been over there 10 to 12
times," Brown said of Dokken.

Sneads resident Matt Brown witi the wildebeast he brought down

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In the fourth game, the Lady Bulldogs controlled
throughout and picked up the 25-13 win to force a
game five. Game Five gave the crowd its money's
worth, with the game going into triple overtime
before 191arianna pulled out the 18-16 win.
M'arianna never trailed in the final game, but
Walton forced 11 ties before lylarianna was able to
put together two straight serves behind Meagan
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Monday etening at Chipley for their last regular
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Size of the horns," Brown
said. "I got an exceptional
one myself."
Brown next took down a
180-pound impala from
200 yards away, then shot a
39-pound duiker from 120
yards away.
Both animals are mem-
bets of the antelope family.
Lastly, Brown took a
590-pound zebra from 200
yards away with his
Remington .30-06 rifle.
Brown said it was a chal-
lenging experience, but not
altogether different than
the challenge of hunting
closer to home.
"All animals are pretty
difficult to hunt," he said.
"You have to spend some
time getting them to post
for you, and we spent a
good deal of time chasing
after them (in South
Africa). It's like hunting
anything, they won't stand
there and pose for you."
While the challenge was
similar, the overall experi-
ence was incredibly unique
and ultimately satisfying.

according to Brown.
"It was everything I
expected, and I. Just felt
like I was in' a dream," he
said. "Forithe first couple
of days, I said to the oth-
ers,. 'Could .you pinch
"Never in my fondest
dreams did I think I'd be in
Africa hunting wild game.
It was just unreal. It was
just a great experience for
an old man. I would rec-
ommend it to anyone who
could afford it,"
The next challenge for
Brown is getting all of his
South African kills mount-
It may not be easy or
quick, given the unique-
ness and size of the ani-
mals, but Brown said he is
I have a trophy room
waiting on them."

B th th
Matt rhwnhwitd e
greater kudu un in
southern Africa.
-Contributed Photo

Before going on the
hunt, Brown said the first
order of business was
heading to the shooting
range before his first offi-
cial hunting day, so that his
guide could gauge. what
caliber of hunter he was.
Broinn's shooting was
impresave enough that his
guide gave hima head start
on his hunt. ,
"TThe guide) doesn't
know me from Adam, so
he n ants to find out; how
well I can shoot to guide
me into the right areas to
be productive in my hunt,"
he said. "He saw that T was
a competent hunter and
liad a good rifle, so he fig-
ures I was pretty good and
we go out for a ride and
bunt. I shot the first trophy
30 minutes laten" .
That first trophy was a
black wildebeest, weighing
En at 475 pounds with 27-
inch horns.
The official hunting
days began at 7 a.m. for a
Tour-hour morning ses-
sion, followed by an after-

noon session from 3 p.m.
until dark,
Hunters were given two
option for killing their
prey: shooting at shorter
distances of 50 to 70 yards
from one of 20 of the
camp's hunting houses (for
less proficient marksmenn,
and shooting from up high
at the back of a four-wheel
drive truck with the aid of
a unrest.
e latter was Brown's
preferred method, and the
local sportsman said all of
his kills came from at least
120 yards away two
came from 200-plus yards.
The noise of the truck
made extended distances
necessary when stitlking
After getting the wilde-
beest, Brown got a greater
kudu, a woodland antelope
weighing in at 480 pounds
with amazing 54-inch
"(The greater kudu) is
the one that the most that
people want to bring home
for a trophy because of the




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