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Jackson County Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Judge Bill Wright made no immediate rul-
ing Friday on whether Wesley Jonathan
Williams will get a new trial.
Williams was convicted Oct. of t^our
counts of first degree murder and three counts
of aggravated child abuse in the March 2005
deaths of ex-girlfriend Danielle Baker and lier
three young sons. Williams fathered the tive
oldest boys.
"The trial took two weeks; I'm not going to
decide this in two minutes," Wright told
defense attorney Walter Smith and prosecutor
Larry Basford after the_\ presented their argu-
ments.concernitag the motion-
Having said that; the judge moved on to
another subject: the penalty decision he will
have to make if he determmes no nety trial is
In about two week?. he is expected to take
up that issue, if the jury 5 conviction stand
up under his review of et idence
With bdth lawyers currently involved in a
different murder trial,, Wright gave them
some bxtra time to prepare written argument
for or against the death penalt)
Wright said the state's burden in seeking
the death penalty'tuling from him will be to
present a compelling case tha[ would show
Williams" --indat adual culpability" in .the
commission of the crime.
Playing into that difficulty for the state, is
the fact that little physical evidence suggests
Williams was present at or participated inthe
' Also problematic for the state is the fact
that one n Imess claims Williams confessed to
the crime and said he acted alone, while titro
other witnesses said Williams confessed to
being there. but not participating.
The defense pointed our that both tersions
can't be true. and asserts that the state hasn't
proven beyond reasonable dollbt that either is
The judge must also weigh the dependabil-
ity of each version.
The' witness claiming Williams confessed
to committiTig the crimes said at trial that; lie'd
See RETRIAL, Page 9A >

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FLOlill*-.iaBTwi \
A Veterans
Parade will be held .1
in Marianna at 10
a.m. on Novi 7, a
Saturday. The
paracle .will travel
down U.S.
Highway 90
(Lafayette Streets. Liz
Liale-up beeins Huber
at ..8 a.m. on
Daniels Street. There is no entry
fee to be in the parade, but regis-
tration is necessary. Forms are
available at .the Jackson County
Chamber of Conunerce, or by
calling Liz 526-1880.
She is president of the VFW
Ladies Auxiliary No. 12046, the
local chapter.
This is the fifth straight year
the parade 'has been held, and
Huber said participation is grow-
ing.every year.
It's the allendance .she's wor-
ried about.
This is thedirst year the parade
will be held on 4 Saturday She"s
hoping that might make a differ-
ence, but isn't stire it .will. In
years past,:when the parade was
held on weekdai attendance has
been sparse, she said.
"It's disturbing to me,".Huber
said, "because E dori't think
there's a family in Jackson
County that hasn't had a veteran
in the family; someone who,. in -
See PARADE, Page 9A >

,Hab"itat event f""eatre

p....r-if STAFF WRITER

Al intace Lionel electric
tramhesdet, a footinRit u
Florida quarterback Tim
Tebow, and an antique rocking
chair are just a few of the itein
tip for grabs at this year's
Habitat for Huinanity Smoked
Steak Dinner and Apction.
it will be held on Thursday,
Oct. 29, at the Jackson County
Agricultural Center confer-
ence rooin on Penn Avenue in
. Dinner starts at 5 p.m. A
st t s tb g sum I
p.m..The live auction begins at
6:30 p.m.
Bill Peacock is cooking the
steaks, and students in the
Marianna High School cuh-
nary arts program will prepare
andic te d s.advance

and $25 at the door,
, Janet Harns, a founding
meinber of the local Habitat
for Humanity chapter, said the
5 att sn h ethetsoa ise
last year.
She's hoping people who
attend will be prepared to bid
high on-the donated items.
Some of the other specialty
items that might appeal to
six>rtsofans at two large mir-
one 30 by 36 feet. One has the
ni rsit of Flo ida emblem
has Florida State University's
an ch wi etheFFISU lo
also be up for auction.
Christmas stockings and key
rings from various universities
will also be on the auction
See HABITAT, Page 9A >

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and never returned. Police believe Moore killed hoss in
the early morning hours Thursday, but do not yet know
her exact cause of death as an autopsy in pendmg.
Pullen said authorities believe 191oore learned that Ross
had been on a date with someone else earlier Wednesday
evening,.and confronted her.
Gadsden County authorities, who were still searching
for the missing woman, contacted Pullen around ngon
Thursday with information about Moore and Ross beihg
seen in the cruises together in Quincy.
Pullen immediately surpended Moore for taking the
cruiser out of his jurisdletion and usmg it for per sonal
business. lklome's scenic retailer was also confiscated.

Meanwhile, olie ofPullen's officers reported something
unusual that happened during Moore's overnight shift,
which began Wednesday evening.
The.officer said he had pulled up next to Moore in the
Florida State Hospital cemetery, and that Moore inexpli-
cably sped away.
A search of that area turned up nothing suspicious. The
search then focused on.Moore's residence. At this point,
Moore was on suspension.
According to Pullen,.Moore and Ross had an ongoing
relationship for at least 10 years, and had a 3-yeat-old
child together.
No wither de alls were immediately available.

A Chattahoochee police officer shot himself to death
Friday as police ivere discovering the body of his long-
time mistress buried in a shallow grave near his home east
of Chattahoochee, according to Chattahoochee Police
Chief Vann Pullen.
Lt,. Barry Moore, who is married, quickly became a sus-
pect in the disappearance of Antoinette Ross after a la st-
ness reported she was seen voluntarily geuing nito
More's /police cruiser at her home in Quinci late
Wednesday night. She was expected home that evening


COmprehensive Cancer Center at
the University of Alabama at
Birnungham. He is also a protes-
sor there and chairs the UAB
department of surgery. He treated
man\ of the is omen who auended
See CANCER, Page 9A >

Lucille Latham tells what the dif-
ferent beads represent on her
beads of hope bracelets during
the sixth annual Breast'Cancer
Awareness Symposiurri. --
Mark Skinner / Floridan

The Bryast Cancer Simposium
hosted by Jackson HospitaL the
Florida Department of Health
and other partners drew hundreds
of women to the
Jackscm Coun
Avenue Thursday
nigAlmost ever
seat in the 300(
capacity confer_
ence center was
Dr. Kirby was taken
Bland Two health care
professionals spoke about about
technical aspects of cancer treat
ment and research
Dr. Kirby Bland offered infor-
mation on current and developing
treatment standards, and trials
wiHdeTI o d statistics about
the incidence of cancer in the
female population, showing cur-
ability rates oil the rise as a result
of increasingly early detection.
He said public education efforts,
like the symposium itself, are in
Itr .measure responsible for this
Bland is deputy director of the

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A large crowd turned out Thursday night for the sixth annual Breast
Cancer Awareness Symposium. Mark Skinner / Floridan

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Judge hears retrial motion veterans
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Normal MTD: 2.90" Normal for year: 58.25"

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Apalachicola Low 3:30 PM High 6:00 AM
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Pensacola Low 2:45 PM High 3:00 AM
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 46.18 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 9.94 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 6.49 ft. 19.0 ft.
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Sunset- 5:59 PM
Moonrise: 1:21 PM Oct. Oct. Nov Nov
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2A Sunday, October 25, 2009 Jackson County Floridan

Weather Outlook

Pardy cloudy and continued
Today cool. Jerry Tabatt /

High 690

High 780
Low 590

Variable cloudiness with
scattered showers and

High 73o

Increasing clouds with a
few showers possible
after sunset

High 790
Low 620

Variable cloudinesk with
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High 750


Chipola College District Board of
Trustees' board dinner is at 5:15 p.m. in
Madison's Restaurant in Marianna. .The
executive session is 6:15 p.m. in the pub-
lic service building, followed by the regu-
lar meeting at 7 p.m.
The Cottondale High School Advisory
Council meets at 6 the conference
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting iuesdays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

October 28 Wednesday
Eldercar Services9till give out USDA
and Brown Bag food, 8 a.m at 4297
Liddon St., Marianna. Malone City Hall will
also give out USDA food. Call 482-3220.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
. meeting Wednesdays, noon to .1 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Galedonia St., lafianna. Meet-in the AA

October.20 Thursday
The Jackson Chtinty DevelopiteITt
Council Inc. offers the technical-and edli-
cational. workshop, Business Plan
Development II,~ 9 alifl. to toon in the
Nearing .Court Office Building .Upstairs
Conference Room, 2840 Jefferson St.,
Marianna. Cost: $15 per person; due in
advance. Reservations required; call 526-
4005..Registration closes at 5 p.m., two
The Jackson County Habitat for
Humanity Auction and Smoked. Steak
Dinner. -iS r at. the Jacksoli -County
Agricultural Conference Center on
ennsylvania Avenue in Marianna. Silent
auction is 4:30-6:15 p.m.; smo1 dinner at 5 p m:;-and live auction at 6:30
p.m. Tickets: $20 in advance, $ the
door. Call 482-2187.

Sneads High School .Project
Graduation presents a haunted house Oct.
29-31, inside the vacant carpet store
between Family Dollar and the dry cleaner
in McDaniel's Shopping Center.
Admission: $3. Thursday hours: 6-9:30
Geeks Help @ Chipola offers three
workshops today in the Chipola College
Continuing Education department: Basic
Computer Operations In from 10 a.rh. to
noon, $25; Electronics)Purchasing Help
seminar, 1-3 p.m., $25; a free Windows 7
Launch Party seminar, 6-8 p.m. Call 718-
7563; visit

October 30 Friday
Florida Cavertis State Park's Spirit of
the Caverns, providing a safe alternative to
door-to-door trick-or-treatirig, is Oct. 30-
31, 6-10 p.m., featuring children's games
with candy ahd. prizes, the Haunted
1.Agends Wall, and cave tours guided by
liv ng history interpreters. Cave tour tick-
ets sold on a first-come, first-serve basis.
A $5 donation is requested per vehicle.
Sneads High School Project
Graduation presents a haunted house Oct:
29-31, inside the vacant, carpet store
between Family Dollar and the dry cleaner
in McDanibl's Shopping Center.
Admission: $3. Friday houi-s: 6-9:30 p.m.
Celebrate Recovery hists adult and
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, liabits
and hang-ups in a safe environment"
every Friday at Evangel Worship Center,
2645 Pebble Hill Road. Dinner at 6 p.m.
(free for first-time guests); meeting at 7
p.m., with praise and live worship music,
testimonies and fellowship. Child care
available. Call 209-7856 or57341131.
*bAlcoholics;Anonymotis has an open
rheeting Fridays, 8 ti 9 p.m.; at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet n the AA room.

I Can GrOw Inc. presents Fall Farm
Days through Oct 31 Monday-
Saturday, 9 to duski and Sunday, 1
p.m. to dusk at Majestic Oak Farm,
2()35 Palmview Road in Cottondale.-Daily:
Apple, bobbing, orchard tours
(school/ctrurch groups welcome).
Weekend: Pedal cart rides; fishing, cider
making demos, barbeque arid other ven-
dors, horse drawn wagon rides ($10; chK-
dren under 2 free) and tractor-pulled hay
rides ($1; children fleder 2 free). Calf352-
The St. 1.ukeis 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
The Parkinson's Support Group meets
at nOOn in the ground floor Education
ClaSSFOOm of JacksoIT Hospitat, 4250
HOspital Drive, Marianna..Caregivers wel-
come. Lunch provided. No cost.
F.M. Golson Elementary School
Advisory Council meeting, 5.30 p.m. at the
schooL Cal1482-9607.
*The Project Graduation meeting in the
Marianita High School Media Center starts
5:30 p.m. Call 573-2049.
Alcoholics Anonymous has arroperi
meeting each Monday, from 8 to.9 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna.'Meet in the AA
room. *

October 27 Tuesday
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilts g
g0Ch6ting Of knitting ChlSse"s Tuesda s at
1 p.m., at the Jackson County ,Senior
Cj jzens cent'br, 2931 Optimist 13rivi,
WIarianna. Call 482-5028.

the influence with proper-
ty damage.
-Frank Brown, 61,
2920 Harrison St.,
Marianna, awaiting trans-
portation to Dept. of
-Kenneth Cox, 34, 480
McKinney Drive, Alford,
hold for Washington
-Willie Fant, 42, 255
Highway 73 South,
Marianna, driving under
the influence.
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).

The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowirig incidents for Oct.
22 and 23, the latest
available reports: One
armed and/or dangerous
suspect, one drunk driver,


tiian, 18 EMS calls, two
fights in progress, one
funeral escort, one infor-
mation report, one inves-
tigation/. follow-up, one
juvenile complaint, three
larcenies, three loud complaints,
one miscellaneous escort,
three mentally ill persons,
two prowler/peeping tom
complaints, four public
service calls, one ,sex
. offense, one shooting in
the area, one stolen vehi-
cle, 13 suspicious inci-
dent/person/ vehicle corn-
plaints, three threats six
traffic accidents, 19 traf-
fic stops, two transports,
four prisoner tralisports,
two trespassing com-
plaints, three warrant
arrests, three reckless
drivers, one 911 hangup

and oe

noiseldisturbance com-
plaint, two dog com-
plaints, one gas skip, two
agency assists, 12 public
service calls, orie .patrol
request and 16 traffic

The following people
were : booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting lieriod:
-Michael Bailey, 41,
18749 NW SR 12,
Bristol, non-payment of
child support. *
--Andrew Hammond,
24, 1249 North Highway
71, JVIarianna, aggravated
assault, resisting iti'rest.
-Stephanie Merrel, 25,
4126 North St., Lot 24,
Marianna, hold for
Washington County.
-Kelli Pettis, 27, 5971
Grandberry Drive,
Marianna, driving under

one drunk pedestrian, six JACKSON COUNTY
traffic accidents, one SHERIFF'S OFFICE
reckless driver, three sus- The Jackson County
vicious incidents, three Sheriff'sOffice.1istedthe
suspicious persons, one following incidents for
burglary, six distur- Oct. 22 and 23, the
bances, one strong latest available
arm robbery, one CS reports: one aban-
shooting in the doned vehicle,
area, two larcenies, seven alarms, two
one vandalism animal control com-
Fomplaint, three trespass- plaints, three. agency
ing complaints, one assists, one civil dispute,
obscene/threatening three criminal registra-
phone call, one illegally tions, one vandalism
parked vehicle, two fights complaint, seven distur-
in progress, .one loud dances, one drunk pedes-




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Life is not always as it appears. The ways
things look and seem are often misleading
and false. The statement "you can't judge a
bookby its cover"is definitely true.
I remember years ago meeting one of the
most perfect-looking couples I had ever met.
The better I got to know them, the more per-
fect A match I thought they were. Imagine
my disappointment when I learned that he
was a wife beater and child abuser. If that
wasn't enough, I found that she was an alco-
holic and prescription drug abuser.
The situation wouldn't have been a big deal
to me if I hadn't put them on such a high
pedestal. Since then, I have put life into a
proper perspective; which is that we all have
faults and habits that need to be corrected,
and that we should be careful who we look up
Some of our most intelligent, educated cit-
izens have spent so much time learning book
knowledge that they have somehow gotten
away from a strong foundation of common
sense. In my experiences meeting and know-
ing some of these educated individuals, I have
learned that quite a few of them don't seem to
be happy.
One of the most important lessons anyone
should learn is how to balance their lives so
they can enjoy their success, but also can
appreciate and enjoy doing fun-filled activi-
ties. In other words, find time to "lighten up."
Our children are easily persuaded and mis-
led if they are not warned or taught about the
many lies and deceptions they will face m
One .example is the hip looks and words
most rappers present in their music, and
music videos. The display of riches, good-
looking women and men, and awesome auto-
mobiles displayed in these videos is very
impressive to our youth and sorne of our
adult citizens.
Yes, there are some wealthy rappers who



Brandy is a one to two
year old male wire haired Patches is a ten week old
terrier mix. Mark female tortoise shell cat. -
Skinner / floridan Mark Skinner / Floridan


Downtown Marianna



Proposed time extension for major development order for Chipola
College Multi-Use Facility located on Indian Circle within the City
of Marianna.

Proposed Ordinance #984 addressing a Coinprehensive Plah Future
Land Use change (SSA 09-01) from Residential to Mixed Use on
property owned by the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce
located on the west side of Russ Street within the City of Marianna.

Proposed Ordinance #985 addressing a Zoning change from R-2 to
Mixed Use on property owned by the Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce located on the west side of Russ Street within the City of

Transmittal of Major Comprehensive Plan Amendment for updates
to the Capital Improvements Element.

Other Business

The public meeting will be held in the City Commission Chambers
of Marianna City Hall located at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida
on Monday the 26th Of October 2009 at 4:00 p.m.

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

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pleased to announce the
fulfillment of a 40-year dream, .,
as they commit the rest of
their lives to each other on
Saturdtly, Nov. 7, 2009, at 4
p.m. The celebration will take
place in the fellowship hall of .
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Cian na if 4 '4
Carys Bell, ... : '
daughter of
Carissa and
Mark Bell, p
celebrated .
her first
birthday on
Sept. 16, Cianna C.
2009. She Bell
is the
granddaughter of Tim and
Patsy Sapp of Marianna, and
Ed and Maxine Bell of

-=::gr parents are
the late Mr. C.B. Sapp Jr. of
Cottondale; Mr. Paul and DrR
Sims, all of Marianna; the
late Mr. Lee and Mrs. Mattie
Bell; and the late Mr. Mila l
and Mrs. Esther Steverson,
all of Bonifay.
She celebrated with a first
birthday princess party on
Saturday, Sept. 19, at the
Florida State Caverns in
Joining her in the celebra-
tion were her parents, older
brother Judah, half-siblings,
grandparents, great-grand-
parents the Rev. Rudolph
and Mrs. Dorothy Sims of
Mari'inna; great-aunt Faye
Vickery of Blountstown;
uncle Caleb Sapp andfriend
Meagan of Marianna; aunts
Mis Kolmetz, Miranda
Glass, Melanie Whitaker
and Marissa Goodman of
Bonifay and cousins

the Rev. Rudolph and
Dorothy Sims, all of
Marianna; great-aunt Faye
Vickery of Blountstown;
and uncle Caleb Sapp of
Marianna. Also present
were friends Jami and
Morgan Folsom of Grand
Ridge, and Melanie and
Jaden Southwell of

Judah Bradley Bell, son
of Mark and Carissa Bell,
celebrated his third birth-
day on June 19, 2009, with
a luau at the lake house of
his grandparents, Tim and
Patsy Sapp of Marianna.
Celebrating with him
ents; great-grandparents,
Paul and Faithe Harris, and



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have been successful; but what is not shown
are the pitfalls and disappointments shared by
most aspiring ,artist in the hip-hop, rap and
other areas of the entertainment industry. Life
is definitely not always as it appears.
Deception has been used.since the begin-
ning of time; andif youbelieveinthe"Word"
as I do, the first recorded deception on earth
was by the devil himself when he deceived
Eve in the Garden of Eden. As much its I hate
to write it, some of our most trusted leaders
have been our most misleading citizens. .
Lately, some of the world's top executives
and politicians have been found to be
involved in corrupt activities where they have
lied to the pubhc, or have stolen huge
amounts of money from trusting citizens.
Then there are our spiritual leaders, who are
in the position to mfluence some of our need-
lest and most vulnerable people.
Honest, sincere pastors, ministers and spir-
itual leaders are major assets and a blessing to
our society; especially during these trying
days and times. We must still keep one fact in
mind; life is not always as it seems.
Since we are living in a troubled world, I
feel obligated to inform you that "all pastors,
ministers and spiritual leaders are not called
by God." In fact, I wonder whose voicedome
of them actually heard calling them. If you
don't get a feeling of sincerity and honesty
from your spiritual leader, you may need to
attend another church or go mto another
direction for your spiritual comfort.
We are living in an.era where the love of
money has corrupted our system in a variety
of ways; and being aware of the many decep-
tions we face in life should make us more
cautious of the decisions vie make each day.
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Edd Sorenson, a Jackson County
resident, businessman, and cave div-
ing enthusiast, has been named
Springs Champion for 2008-09 by the
Blue Springs Working Group.
Sorenson retired from ah excava-
tion and construction business in
Portland, Ore. His love for cave div-
mg and Jackson Blue Spring brought
liim to Jackson. County in August
2003. He lives on Merritt's Millpond.
The need for diving supplies was the
stimulus that caused Edd to open
Cave Adventurer's Dive Shop.
He is the NSS/CDS safety director
fordthe panhandle dand the I CTe
PanhandTovery ver
exploring and mappirig the cave sys-
tems that lead to Jackson Blue and
the other six springs that discharge
into Merritt's millpond. Edd gives a
cavb exploration report at eacli quar-
terly working group meeting. He also
gives a report each year at .Old
Timers Day; which is held at Blue
Springs Recreational Park. Last
spring he provided a guided tour for
the group to all the springs of the
Smee the spring of this year,. all

Edd Sorenson, a Jackson County residerif, businessman, and cave diving
enthusiast, has been named Springs Champion for 2008-09 by the Blue
Springs Working Group. Pictured.from left, are Working Group coordino-
for Allan Tidwell, Edd Sorenson and his father Gary Sorenson. -
Contributed photo

divers sign in and pay Their diving
fees at Sorenson's plade of business,
instead of the sheriffs 'office. Edd
provides thisservice without com-
pensation toAccommodate.divers.
At leapt twice a year, he hosts a
Customer Appreciation and Demo
Day at Blue Springs Recreational
Wrk. This event brings in divers from
many southeastern states and occa-
sionally from other countries.<

Sorenson also does speaking
engagements on cave diving. He has
spoken at many local civic groups
and schools land has done several
shows on Chipola College cable TV.
"Edd Sorenson is exemplary in his
advocacy and guardianship of
Jackson County's treasured first mag-
nitude Blue Spring. Unequivocally,
he is our Springs Champion," said
BSWG coordinator Allan Tidwell.

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6A Sunday, October 25, 2009 Jackson County Floridan

The second meeting of Jackson
County Association of Mayors, or
JCAM,. was held on. Sept. 17 at
Marianna City Hall. Eight of 11
towns were represented. Mayors of
Cottondale and Graceville had budg-
nlm nqh(3rh oin::::
after the meeting, Mayor Chris
Wright signed up, so all 11 towns
have joined JCAM. The next meeting
will be held again at Marianna City
Mayor Gene Wright was elected as
president and Mayor Paul Donofro Jr.
was elected vice president. The asso-
ciation voted to send a letter of sup-
potr orat bEe oCoFhte htaenowi
sent to Gov. Crist, Sen. Bill Nelson
and Steven Chu Secretary of Energy.
The next meeting will be on Nov. 19.

From left, mayors, Bernice Milton (Jacob), A gie Curry (Campbelltori), Ann
Bryan (Bascom), George Gay (Alford), Char es Sanders (Greenwood), Paul
Donofro Jr. (Manama), Mike Weeks (Sneads) and Gene Wright (Malone).
Not pictured: Mayors, James Elmore (Cottondale), Charles Holman
(Graceville) and Chris Wright (Graceville). Contributed photo

On Thursday, 465
Marianna High School stu-
dents from the ninth, 10th
and 11th grade took part in
a Learning Gains
Students qualified to take
part in the celebration demonstrAting academic
growth in reading or math,
as measured by the spring
2009 FCAT.
"We appreciate all of the
hard work on the part of all
of our students, faculty and
staff. These students being
honored have put in the
hard work.necessary to do
well on FCAT and I think
that this celebration will
encourage their contimied
efforts. We look for all of
oftr students to show learn-
ing gains this spring," MHS
Principal Mary Sue Neves
The students were treat-
ed to ice cream and entered
into a drawing for a 22-irich
plasma television.
Haden Searcy, 10th grade
er and the wiriner of the tel-
evision said, "I had a gut
feeling that I was going to .
win. When I heard my
name I smiled from ear to MHS sophomore Haden
ear." n Contributed photo / John

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For the week ended October
22, at the Florida Livestock
Auctions receipts totaled 9,169,
conipared to 8,858 last week,
and 10,567 a year ago.
According to the Florida
Federal-State Livestock Market
News Service, compared to last
week, slaughter cows and bulls
were 1.00 td 2.00 higher; feed-
er steers and heifers were 1.00
to eS rs: Medi um
and Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. 108.00-

300-400 lbs. 98.00-130.00
400-500 lbs. 86:00-111.00
Feeder Heifers: Mediunk&
Large Frame No. 1-2 .
200-300 lbs. 90.00-130.00
300-400,1bs. 80.00-104.00
400-500 lbs. 72.00- 92.00
Slaughter Cows: Lean: 750-
1200 lbs. 85-90 percent 39.00-
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade
-No. 1-2 1000-2100 lbs. 51.00-

The Community Safety
Coalition will be hosting a
fundraising event to benefit
educational programs in
health, safety and drug pre-
vention for all residents in
the Jackson County area.
Event registration begins at
Blonde's on U.S. Highway
90, Grand Ridge, on Nov.
7, at 9 a.m.
bePt nwil ven for
hand, oldest participAnt,
oldest motorcycle, closest
mileage guess, and best or
worst times on stop activity
contests. Seven stops are
scheduled along the route
in Jackson County.
Registration includes
food, two beverages, one
poker hand, entrance to
state parks.and most activi-
ties. Additional optional
fees are charges for addi-
tional poker hands, some
tercsardke changes
Driver registration fees
are $20 and riders are $10.
Extra poker hands are $5,
tionrna mdsma wsi
per person.
Activities include Slow
ter ke, thl4it Pthe
Mark, Fatal Ride, Wet Tee
Shirt, Wide Ride and Big

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rants are on the route, and

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Downtown Marianna



Wr;ght. Lt.
Atkins and
Warden Ted
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Atkins honored for

years of service
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN throughout Jackson County.
The town of Malone Theherews ha lendn asset
recently presented Lt. Jimmy "I'd hate to think. What it
Atkins with an aviard for his would cost the town in labor
years of service as leader of if we didn't have, them,"
rk .n Correctional MaAyor neoW re tion
Lt. Atkins is in change of was also sent to Florida
the work damp crews. Under Department of Corrections
his leadership, crews work Secretary Walter McNeil.

JCAM meets at City Hal

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Dr. Earl Paul of Hillsborough Community College presented two Academic success
Workshops at Chipola College on Oct. 14. The workshops were sponsored by the
Chipola Academic Center for Excellence. Dr. Paul is pictured here with Chipola
employees who attended the workshops. Contributed photo

The Marianna City Commission will conduct a public hearing on
November 3, 2009 at 6:00 .m., in the City Commission Chamber
9 .
located at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida to consider the
adoption of the following Ordinances:
Ordinance 985: An Ordinance Amending Ordinance 815, which
adopted the City of Marianna Land Development Regulations,
Ordinance 972, which amended the City of Marianna Land
Development regulations to provide for a land use district change
to the adopted Land Use District Map (Zoning Map) cif the
City ofMarianna, Florida
For the following described property:

approximately 0.57 acres in size and is located on the west side of Russ
Street within the City of Marianna. The current zoning designation is
R-2 and the proposed zoning designation is Mixed Use.

If a person desires to appeal a decision made by the City Commission
with respect to any matter, that person vyill.need to ensure that A verba-
tim record of the proceedings is made which record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon which-the appeal is to be based.
Interested parties are encouraged to attend the meeting. Copies of the
request may be viewed in the City of Marianna Municipal Development
De artment located at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida duritig
regular business hours or by calling (85()) 482-2786.

The Chipola College Chapter of the Florida Association of Community Colleges
recently awarded six scholarships to children of college employees. Scholarship
recipients and their sponsors are, from left, Dustin Dryden and mother Mary
Bruce Hamilton, Blair Sherall and mother Melinda Sherrill, James "J.D." Tyler
and mother Angle Tyler, Jessica Whittington and grandfather Dr. Gene Prough.
Not pictured, Marshall Hilton and Kylee shores. Since 1993, FACC has paid
tuition, in excess of $106,000 for over 100 students through the FACC
Scholarship Endowment funded through concession sales at college sports
events. Contributed photo

The Jackso~n County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Affordable
Alcohol & Drug Testmn at 1 1:30 al.rr\. on Friday, Oct. 23. Chamber Chairman Jame
Streetman welcomed the public and introduced owners Dutch Swart and -Molly Lee,
who gave an overview of their services. Following the; ribbon cutting, everyone
en oyed a cookout with hot dogs, bratwurst and ribs For more information, call
~482-2764 or stop by 2963A Milton'Avie., Mar-ianna. -- Contributed photo

Mlalone grad completes basic training

The Marianna City Commission will conduct a public hearing on
November 3, 2009 at 6:00 p.m., in the City Commission Chamber
located at 2897 Tefferson Street, Marianna, Florida to consider the
adoption of the following Ordinance.

Ordinance 984: An Ordinance Amending Ordinance 812, which
adopted the CRty of Mariatina Comprehensive Plan, to provide for the
adoption of A certain Small Scale Future Land Use Map Amendment
(SSA 09-01) to the City of Marianna Comprehensive Plan

For the following described property:

Jackson County Chamber of Commerce: The parcel is approximately
0.5 acres in size and is located on the west side of Russ Street within
the City of Marianna. The current land use designation is Residential,
and the proposed land use designation is Mixed Use.

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during regular business hours
or by calling (850) 482-2786.

As a board-certified ophthalmologist with over
twenty year's experience, Dr. Ken Wallace can
provide a comprehensive evaluation of your
surgical eye care needs in the offices of Pelt Eye
Clinic and Davis Optometry Group in Marianna
this Thursday. From minor medical eye care
to laser and cataract surgery, 'Dr. Wallace is
focused on your good visiori.

For an appointment Thursday, call:
Pelt Eye Clinic: 850-482-2336
Davis Optometry Group: 850-526-4550
Eye Surdical Associates: 8667645-2244

Jackson County Filoridan Sunday, October 25, 2009 7A

Air National Guard
Airman Charles R.
Mathis graduated from
basic military training
at Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio,
The airman complet-
ed an intensive, eight-
week program that
included training in mil-
itary .discipline and
studies, Air Force core

Values, physical fitness,
and basic warfare prm-
ciples and skills.
Airmen who com-
plete basic training earn
four credits .toward an
associate in applied sci-
ence degree throughfhe
Community College of
the Air Force.
He is the son of Betty
J. Mathis of Marianna.
Mathis is a 2000
graduate of Malone
High School. -

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Ribbon cut at Affordable

Cub Scouts from around the region held a Akela Cub Fun Day and Campout at
Three Rivets State Park and Sneads Park in October. More than 100 Scouts from
Marianna, Sneads, Cottondale, Graceville and Blountstown attended the event.
Guest speaker was Michael Guy of the Florida Fish and Game K-9 Unit and his part-
ner, Jake. Scouts learried about wildlife tracking skills and contraband detection dur-
ing the program. Contributed photo

MHS Class of 1979

Do you 'Cute Kids*' photos to edi- *12 years or under, with, mail Jackson County ties. Include
them to P.O. Box 520, child's full name, parents'
Marianna, FL 32447.or name s) and city of residence.
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The Marianna City Commission will conduct a public hearing on
November 3, 2009 at 6:00 p.m., in the City Commission Chambers
located at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida to consider the
Transmittal and adoption of the following Ordinance to the Floi-ida
Department of Community Affairs;
Ordinanck986: An Ordinance Amending Ordinanpe 812, whicly
adopted the City of Marianna Comprehepsive Plan,
to provide for the consideration of transmittal and
adoption of a certain.Large Soale Amendment .
(LSA.09-02) to the City ofMarianna Coniprehensive
Plan to revise and update the existing capital
improvements element in accordance v rith Chapter
163, Florida Statutes; Proirilling a severability clause
and for repealed; and Providing fpr an effective dat
Interested parties are encouraged to attend the meeting. More information
can be obtained and the proposed changes triay be inspected at the City of
Marianna Municipal Development Department located in City gall, 2897
Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida (telephone-850-482-2786). Persons
wishing to comment roay do so in person at the public hearing or in writing
to the City of Marianna Municipal Development Departmeixt.p

If a person desires to appeal decision made by the City Commission with
respect to any matter, that persort will need to ensure that a verbatim record
of thq proceedings is made which record includes the testimony and
evidence urion which the appeal is to be based.

Members of Marianna High School's class of 1979 wave as they pass m the
MHS Homecoming Parade Friday. Mark Skmner / Floridan

Member Pres of the Boardh a .
Hyeon Poral ilert Spies pin Boasm rd of Couty ICommissixab8'onuers,: D districtct No'. 1

Honorable Betty Duffee School Board, District No. 3~'
Citizennte Member~sld Joeyce Wodrf Beusessowne withinthscho district
Citizen ~ ~ ~ ~ o Member Budd Edad Hoesea proeryone

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Covenalit Hospice is seek-
ing mdiv du seinterested in
lives of patients and families
facing end-of-life issues and
in supporting the orgamza-
tion. A volunteer workshop
is set for Wednesday, Nov. 4,
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.nt. at the
Marianna Covenant Hospice
branch office, located at
Te0 afay e ., te Cd
open to the public. Food and
drinks will be provided.
Patient and family support
volunteer training will pro-

vide an overview of hospice
care, including Covenant'S
programs and services and
the sp cial roles that volun-
No special background or
experience is required to
volunteer for Cdveriant, just
a desire to make a differ-
ence. To register or to learn
more, call Domia Meldon at
Covenant Hospice is a
n for-pdrofit o g nation
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Retrial Continued From Page 1A

lied to officers the first time he a lie detector test after his first scene hadn't taped Williams' McKeithen he was at the scene. penalty, Wright said, would be
was interviewed, initially tryizig statement claiming no knowledge statement. But Basford brought that up whether the state can put some-
to clear his friend of suspicion. of any involvement by Williams. Their testimony was essential- when speaking to the judge thing together that would hold
Wright learnect several things Wright also learned something ly limited to that single confes- Friday. up under Supreme Court
Friday that didn't come in as evi- jurors never knew aboilt the other sion. Whether Wright, will consider review.
dence during the trial. version of events. Jurors didn't hear (luring the those new piece of information in If Williams is sentenced to
What jurors didn't hear at trial, 1 At tr al, jurors learned that law trial that Williams immediately his weighing of .matters was not death in the circuit court, he has
but which was revealed at the enforcement witnesses who say invoked his right to a lawyer after made clear by the judge, air automatic appeal to that
hearing, is that the witness passed Williarph admitted being at the telling Bay County Sheriff Frank The litmus test for the death higher court.

Cancer Continued From Page 1A

the symposium Thursday. medical person on the the country as a public edu- sent as symbols of early their health. Annual mam- selves at a stage where the
Genetic counselor Emily agenda who gave a brief cator for the Avon detection, versus late dis- mograms, self exams and cancer .has grown to the
Burke also spoke about but. high-impact presenta- Foundation's Breast Care cover of breast cancer. other aggressive' measures size of a jumbo bead on
genomic science as it tion which went to the program. The smallest gold bead can be taken to detect can- the bracelet., b
relates to breast cancer heart of the symposium's She gave out "Beads of was about the size of a cer at this very curable Latham said women can
research and knowledge of message for the general Hope" bracelets with beads baby aspirin, the size a can- stage. prevent that by getting the
the disease. public. of gradriating sizes, and cer can first be found when But if a, person waits too exams recommended by
There was also one non- Lucille Latham travels explained what they repre- a person is proactive about long, they might find them- physicians.

Parade Cpndnued From Page 1A

past or present, deserves this honor." "We've got people right now, .front the ters to them. ''Educate your child by bring- hygiene items, hard candy, chewing gum,
She's hoping the low attendance in the 144th National Guard, who are serving m ing theni, and explain to them that free- playing cards, .pens, notepads and other
past might be because niost people jtrst Iraq. And today we have a volunteer mili'- dom is not free. Stand up proudly when comfort items. Eleptrolyte packets -
can't get away from their jobs to make the tary. If these young- people care enough our flag comes by," .she wrote in a press powders which pack a nutritional punch
parade in the middle of the week. The idea about our country to go and serve of their release about the event. When added to beverages are also in
is that the switch to Saturday will make it own free will, we should really honor that Huber also invites people to bring sup- great demand.
possible for more to turn out. and at the same time remember those who plies, if they wish, for the "goodie bags" "In every box we send, a message is put
"So many have paid the ultimate price, have gone before them," Huber said. "My that the auxiliary will be sending to the in the box," Huber said. "I think it would
and those that are serving today are com- thing is, I want to encourage the people of 144th Transportation Company. The local be just great if we could say that some of
ing back in body bags or with terrible Jackson County to come out and show that troops have been officially adopted by the the items in the next box we send came
injuries," Huber.said. "We owe our veter- they care. Sometimes I wonder if they do." auxiliary. from the people \vho came out to -the
ans this smallutoment where we come out She encourages those who do come out On the day of the parade, residents can Yeterans Parade
and show oils appreciation to everyone to bring a flag to wave, and a chair to make bring supplies to the gazebo in In fact, she's hoping that the response
who has served.". themselves comfortAble. She also encour-. Cofifedefate Park; where a box will be will be so overwhelming that volunteers
Such a show of appreciation is particu- ages parents, grandparents, aunts and placed to receive the items. have to send two or three boxes, mstead of
larly timely now, she said. tincles to bring a young person who mat- The soldiers need unscented personal one.

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Av-a~iable from Commercial New Providers

An out-of-print book about the
Chipola River is attracting a good
deal of interest in advance of the
big night.
Art lovers will have a chance to
bid on pottery pieces created by
Dawn Prietz, and some -turned-
wood bowls crafted by a local
There's even some asphalt
milling, fill dirt and concrete on
the sale list.
For those looking foi-.a break
on their next vacation, there's a
$200 off coupon for a cruise of
the buyer's choice, and .a two-
night stay at a Panama City
In addition to these more
unusual items, Harns said many
of the.goods and services up for
aviation are things people. need,
"One thing we haxie more of
this year are services from our
local businesses," she said. "They
were very generous thi year with
things like hair cuts, make-overs
and spa treatMents, car washes,
oil changes, just a abundance of
things that people are going to
spend money on anyway. There
are unique gift baskets you could
buy at auction and give for
Cystmsa 'id the money used to
buy the items remains in Jackson

County, and bidders could find
some bargains.
"If you're going to spend it,
why not spend it with us? It mag-
nifies the benefit so much you
get something you want or need,
with money that was alicady in
your budget:tospend, and you
have helped a worthy cause," she
Usiixg volunteer labor, Habitat
for Humanity builds homes for
low-income families, with, the
families participating and paying
back the money it took to build
the home. Their no-interest mort-
gages usually Itin 20 yedrs. The
first Habitat homes were built
here in 1989, and two or three are
irow #aid in full, Harns said. The
mbney goes back into the orgam-
zation's construction fund. Since
the 1989 start, Habitat has built
43 homes and is working; on the
44th. '
Those who would like a
ticket to the dinner and auction
can call 482-2187. Leave a mes-
sage.if no one is there. A Habitat
representative will deliver the
tickets and pick up the money if
Harns said the organization
would also welcome additional
donation e 1 to valuda e

before the eveixt.

Roymonia Robinson alnd Janet Harnes talk about somie of the items that wjll b~e available at th'e

Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St
.Marianna, FL 32446


Tallahassee and had been
director of the Baptist
Center in Panama City for
the past 45 years. Her dedi-
cation to her Lord and her
community were her great-
est attributes, and her serv-
ice in these areas is a legacy
she leaves her family.
Mrs. Handler is survived .
by four children, Phyllis.
Land and liusband James,
of Marietta, Ga., Mike
Andler and wife Nancy, of
Sneads, John Andler of
Decatur, Ga.,-- and Jeff
Handler .and wife Lynn, of
Charlotte, N.C.; a close
extended family member
and faithful co-worker,
Patricia Brown of Panama
City; five grandchildren,
Kimberli McCullough of
Shar sburg, Ga., Stephen
Lan of Monroe, Ga.,
Jeremy Andler of Stanley,
N.C., Lyndsay Andler of
Lynchbttr Va., and Kristen
Handler o Chattahoochee;
seven great-grandchildren,
Levie, Rayna, Maya and
Corrin Land of Monroe,
Ha. andM3 110Lukh anod
Sharpsburg; and one great-

great granddad g h te r,
Haven Noel Andler of
Funeral arrangements
will be provided by Lamer-
Andler Funeral Home in
Sneads. The funeral
held at the Northside
Baptist Church, 530 Airport
Road, Panama City, 850-
785-8167, on Monday, Oct.
26, at 1 p.m. Jerry Moore,
Jeff Steen arid Jeffery
Handler will officiate.
Graveside services will be
at Evergreen Memorial
Garden m Panama City.
There will be visitation
three hours prior to the
In lieu of flowers, the
family asks that donations
. be made to The Baptist
Center, P.O. Box 3806,
Panama City, FL, 32401.
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home is in charge of
arrangements, 850-593-

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Home, Blakely, Ga. Pastors
Jimo Douglas and Jack
Howell will officiate.
Visitation will be from 2
p.m. EDT until funeral time
at 3 p.m. EDT.
Active pallbearers are
Alton Ranew, Theo Hobbs,
Harry Sneads, Donald
Clark, Kevin Lawrenc6:and
Bernard Neel: Alternate
active pallbearers will be
Ronnie Dozier and Bob
Furry. Honorary pallbear-
ers will be Don Sheffield,
Aubrey Sheffield, Robert
Earl Whitti on, Gary
McIntosh, Bo McDaniel
and Guy Edwar .
Mr. Mason was born
April 17, 1921, in Randolph
County, Ga., to the late
Hubert Powell Mason and
Clarence Wayne Merritt
Mason. He was a member
of the Sneads Assembly of
God Church in Sneads, a
retired farmer and a retired
Army master sergeant, hav-
mg served m World War II
and the Korean War.
Survivors include his
wM onFroanc ea ;im
sons, Ottis Sinquefield and

Janice of Albany, Ga., Ollin
Sinquefield of Eufaula, Ala.,
Kenneth Mason and
Jennifer of Panama City,
and Herbert Mason of .
Geo etown, Ga.; three
da ers, Patricia McLain
an Braxton of Eufaula,
Ruth McElvain of San Jose,
Calif., and Kathy Bankston
of Spotsylvania, Va.; 30
grandchildren; and many
Funeral Home
8261 Highway 90
Sneads, FL 32460
(850) 593-9900
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in district play, compiled 509
yards s of total offense on the
night, including 463 yards
All- three. running backs
topped the 100-yard mairk.
Colby Hartzog led the way
with 200 yards on 14 .carries
and a touchdown.
Johnny Watford, who
scored the go-ahead touch-
down from 10 yards out with
1:57 to play, totaled 145
yards and three scores, with
Shonquelle Sw ain adding 118
yards and three touchdowns
as well.
It was a monster offensive
performance. by a Chipley
offerise that had only scored
20 points in one game this
"We've been moving the
ball iif between the 20s all
year, but we could never fin-
ish drives off," Armstrong
said of his offense. "We just
found a way to get it in
tonight and that made all the
"To .finally come through
and get it done in a game.1ike
this is just huge for the kids."
As the Chipley
iideline was after the win, it
was equally somber on the
Marianna side.
See THRILLER, Page 2B >

The Cottondale Hornets picked up their first win
of the season Friday night in Niceville, blasting
Rock_\ Bay ou 56-16.
The Horners improved to 1-6 on the season.
Nick Jackson led the Hornets ivith 115 total
yards of offense and four touchdowns, while Evan
Dilvis rushed for 106 yards and two TDs on eight
Davis also blocked a punt to lead to the Hornets'
first score of the game, with Cody Cosper recover-
ing the block and running it into the endzone.
Cooper rushed for 69 yards and a touchdown as
well, with CJ Smith adding 74 passing yards and a .
Cody Safre led the CHS defense with 10 tackles
and a fumble recovery, with Dairis and Cosper
each adding interceptions as well.
''We played-w611. Everybody played their part,"
Cottondale coach Mike Melvin said after the
game. "It was just a good game offensively, defen-
sively, and we were able to get a lot of other guys
intathe game and get some good reps."
The Hornets led 21-0 after one quarter and 28-0
at halftime.
Rocky Bayou didn't pick up its initial first down
of the game until the third period.
It was an all-around positive right for the
See WIN, Page 4B >

Sneadi could ill-afford on is nigh
when it;had trouble finishing
drikes all gamel
re{The two turnover nDkickoj
said; "It w as just one of those
nights where nothing went right.
We actually moved the ball, but
lust inside the 20s.
"We'd get a couple Of first
don ns,1then we'd have a holding
penalty and be 1st-and-20. Most
coaches don I have a whole lot f
plays in the playbook for those
kind of downs."
defensitely, the Pirates had
difficulty containing the
Seahawks all night.
Sneads was coding off its most
impressive defensive perfoun-
ance of the season, a home
shutout of the Vernon
Yellow jackets.
However, the balanced
Setthawks kept the .Pirates'
defense on its heels all night.
"They completed a few passes
here and there. We tried to stop
the run, and they sneaked some
(passes) past us," Dowling said.
"We had a bunch of missed tack-
let. It was just one of those
nights." ,
It was.a discouraging loss for
the Pirates, but Dowling said
with trips to Northview and
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It was Homecoming for the
Marianna Bulldogs Friday
night, but it was the return of
former Marianna coach Rob
Armstrong to Bulldog
Stadium that was the biggest
story Friday night.
Armstrong, in his first year
with Chipley. after spending
the last two seasons at
Marianna, led his Tigers past
the Bulldogs 49-42 in a
thrilling upset.
The Tigers overcame a 15-
point deficit in the second
half to win and make a mess
of the District 1-2B standings
Chipley trailed 35-20 early
in the third period, but
outscored the Bulldogs 29-7
over the game's final 22 min-
"I'm just happy for mi kids
and my coaches." Armstron?
said after the game. still < from his pla1ers giving him a
Gatorade shower;
"Our guys have worked so
hard and had so many close
games this year that we just
coiddn't finish off. But we've
worked hard, we had a great
week of practice and it paid
offTt ht ,who improved
to 3-4 on the season and 1-1

A grup of ~Chipley defenders wrap ap Marianna's Chris Bowers (12) i~n a game Friday night in Marianna.

GHS downed by Jefferson County
A.:.ric--a Brof.Ts EDITOR
Jefferson County broke open
a close game with an explosive
second half .Friday night in .
Monticello, takirig a 42-6 win
over the Graceville Tigers to
cliirch a playoffb@rthl
The game was tied 6-6 at half-
time, but the home. Tigers <
exploded for 36 second half
points to take the win.
Jefferson County moved to 3-
0 in District 1-lB and 4-4 over-
all for the season.
Graceville fell to 13-2 in dis-
trict play and 1-6 olerall.
With the w in, Jefferson
County clinched a playoff berth .
for the first time since 2004.
Jefferson County will take on
FAMU next week in Monticello
for the district championship. Graceville' uarterbcick Jacky'Miles (3) gets ready to hand the
Both teams traded touch- ball off to 1 Ilback Leron Hoover in a game earlier this season.
ddow neSfeinS edo r qu Floridan File Photo .
and period of play and the game .Graceville coach Todd When the GIIS offense could
remained lied at the break. Wertenberger said the plan \\as no lower do that. Jeffersoh
However. the explowave speed to control the clock and keep the Count_\ kicked it into high gear.
a efli ndson C:unts ook ntrol Jee rson Courity offense off the See TIGERS Page 2B V

00ttondale blasts Rocky Bayou for fir st. win

Sneads' Mark Lawson (1 J runs the ball against the Vernon
Yellowjackets in a game earlier this season. The Pirates lost 35-0 to
the South Walton Seahawks Friday night in Santa Rose Beach.
Floridan File Photo

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San a Rosa Beach. falline to the
Sou h Wallon Senhanks 35-Q-
ith the win. South Walton
improved to 7-1 overall and 6-1
in District 1-1A-
Sneads fell to 4-3 overall and
4-2in district pl41.
The Pirates flimbled on the
opening kickoff to set up South
Walton's tirst score.
The Seahawks scored two
more times in the second period
to take a 21-0 halftime lead.
South Walton added two more
scores in the second half to salt
the game away.
Sueads coach Don Dowling
said he would have liked to see
his team play the game without
the wet .conditions, but the
Seahawks were simply the better
team Friday mght. .
We got smoked," the coach
said. "The field was just a quag-
mire. On a dry mght, maybe we
make some cuts and we might
still be running. .
But you can't take anything
away from South Walton. They
had a heck of a gamelan.
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returns by the Pirates, mistakes

Cottondale"s Nick Jackson (21) tries to break a
tackle in a game against Jefferson County ear-
|ier this season. The Hornets took a 56-16 win
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'The main thing with a team like do. When we couldn't move the stronger as the game went on." Quarterback Lenorris Footman
that is you have to keep them off ball (in the second half), they were Running ack Devondrick Nealy provided the balance to the
the field," the coach said. "We had able to break it open. led the wa for Jefferson County, Jefferson County attack, complet-
a seven-mintite drive in the first "We just couldn't get anything rushing 20 imes for 202 yardsand ing 9-of-18 passes for 212 yards
half, and that's what we needed to going, and they got stronger and three touchdowns. and two TDs.

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Jackson County Housing Department is a recipient of SHIP- Rehabilita-
tion Money and has funding available in the amount of $ 57,830.29 for
Fiscal Year08-09. The Housing Department will take applications for the
SHIP Rehabilitation/Repair program on a first come and first serve basis
on November 5, 2009, 8:30 AM, at the County Administration Building
-located at 2864 Madison St., Marianna, FL. Thereafter, applications are
to be made at the Housing Department located at 4487 Lafayette Street,
Marianna, FL 32446. Questions regarding the program should be di-
rected to the Housing Department at 850-482-9083.
All applicants should provide, at time of application, identification and
proof of income, including any assistance and/or child support.
Applications will continue to be taken for a period of 30 days or until all
funds are encumbered, whichever comes first.

Jackson County Housing Department is a recipient of the Florida Home-
buyer Opportunity Program and has funding available in the amount of
$192,873.18 for Fiscal Year 09-10. The Housing Department will be
take applications for the Florida Homebuyer Opportunity Program on a
first come and first serve basis on November 5, 2009, 8:30 AM, at the
County Administration Building located at 2864 Madison St., Marianna,
FL. Thereafter, applications are to be made at the Housing Department
located at 4487 Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL 32446. Questions re-
garding the program should be directed to the Housing Department at
All applicants should provide, at time of application, identification and
proof of income, including any assistance and/or child support.
Applications will continue to be taken for a period of 30 days or until all
funds are encumbered, whichever comes first.


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The Sneads High School Lady Pirates volleyball team head into district com-
petition as the No. 1 seed. They com leted their season perfect in district play
yith a 14-0 record. The team comped a 20-3 record overall. District tour-
mament action begins Monday in Blounistown with sneads taking on county
and district nval Graceville, who enters the tournament as the No. 8 seed. -
Contributed Photo

The Bulldogs (4-4, 1-2)
could have clinched a play-
off berth with.a win. The
Bulldogs now will have to
hope. that Pensacola
Catholic beats Chipley
Nov. 6 in Pensacola.
The Crusaders defeated
Walton 24-20 Friday night
to clinch the district title
and 4 playoff berth.
A win over the Tigers
would create a three-way
tie for second place
between Chipley, Marianna
axid Walton.
How such a scenario
would be resolved was not
known by either Armstrong
or Marianna coach Steve
DeWitt after the game.
DbWitt said it was no
secret, why the Bulldogs
found themselves. on the
losing end Friday night
"We just couldn't stop
them, the coach said.
"You- can't give up 49
point and expect to win.
Chipley hado a good plan
arid they took it to us. But
we .can't let somebody
score 49 points and think
we can win.''
,The Bulldogs were go
. slouches on offense them-
*selves, racking up 480 totat
yards all on the ground.
Tre Jackson pushed for
224 yards-hnd three TDs id

Chipley took the ball. on
its own 20 and marched 80
yards on eight plays. A 42-
yard burst by Hartzog set
up a 3-yard touchdown by
Sivain to make it 42-35
Tigers with 6:35 to play in
the game.
It didn't take Marianna
long to respond, getting a
53-yard TD run by
Jackson on the third play of
the ensuing drive with 5:07
on the clock.
Chipley took over At its
own 35-yard line in a tie
game, and needed just six
plays to find the endzone
Watford converted a key
3rd-and-7 with an 11-yard
run, then Hartzog-burst
through the middle for 37

defeat, with RJ Bowers
adding 127 yards and a
. Chris Bowers rushed for
65 yards and a touchdown;
Marianna led 22-20 at
halftime after a 58-yard RJ
Bowers TD run and two-
point play by Jackson put
the Bulldogs in front with
35 seconds left iIi the sec-
ond quarter.
The Bulldogs got the ball
first to start the second
. They found the endzone
oil a 48-yard TD run by
Jackson on the first play of
the third period.
Marianna then got a big
break when a pooch kick
on the ensuing kickoff
landed between Chipley
players and was recovered
by the Bulldogs' IVIarjean
Dean at the Tigers' 30-yard
Four plays later, Chris
Bowers found a crease in
the middle for a 17-yard
touchdown run.
The extrit.point by Ryan
Rudd made it 35-20
Marianna, with 9:56 left in
However, Chipley got
the answer it needed on the
next drive; getting a 48-
yard run by Swam to set up
a 4-yard TD run by

Watford with 6:59 left ih
the third.
The extra point made it
35-27. The Tiger defense
forced .a -punt on
Marianna's next posses-
Two plays later, Watford
scored again from 66 yards
out, streaking down the
right sideline for an easy
touchdown with 1:23 left in
the third.
Watford then converted
the two-point play to tfe the
game at 35-35.
After a costly penalty,
Marianna started its next
possession on its own 6-
yard line.
The Bulldogs move it
out to theit own 36-yard
line but had to punt again,

yards to the Marianna 10-
yard line.
Watford scored on the
next play, the extra point
making it 49-42.with 1:57
to play.
Marianna had one last
chance to rally from its
ows 35-yard 1me, but the
Bulldogs ran out of time at
the Chipley 30-yard line
after Jackson was stopped
on a 6-yard run.
. Marianna next heads oil
the road Oct. 30 to take on
Port St. Joe, who were
upset by the Blouritstown
Tigers Friday night.
Chipley hosts Holmes
County Oct. 30 before its
district finale in Pensacola



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District Volleyball
The Sneads Lady
Pirates and the Marianna
Lady Bulldogs both
begin district tournament
action this week.
On Monday, Sneads
takes on Graceville in
Blountstown at 7 p.m.
On Tuesday, Marianna
heads to Bay High
School to take on
Chipley at 6 p.m.
Chipola Men's
Basketball invites boys
and girls in grades 1-8 to
join the Little Indians.
.Participants will learn
fundamental skills, ball
handling, shooting, pass-
ing, and teamwork
through ddril andhi a
coaches and players.
The first session was
Tuesday. Other practice
sessions are: Oct. 31,
from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30
am and Nov 10 from 7
p.m. to 8 p.m.
Little Indians and all
children are invited to a
free Haunted Hoops
event at 4 p.m. on. Oct.
Little Indian&will per-
form during halftime of a
Clu la 0 mb re
fee includes two free
tickets to all home
garges, A Chipola basket-
ball t-shirt and a DVD of
the halftime pel;form-
For information, call
assistant coach Brian
Steenhoek at 850-718-
23 or: email: steen-
Men's Flag Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
Men's 7-on-7 Flag
Teams may sign up at
The Mailanna
Educational and
Recreational Expa
(MERE) located at 3625
Caverns Rd. in
The registration fee of
$350 is due before the
first contest. The league
will play a 10-game
schedule with play start-
ing in November There
will be a managers/orga
nizational meetmg on
Oct. ~29 at 6 p.m. at the
MERE Complex.- For
more Info, please contact
the2 MERE at .850-482-

Sports Items
Send all sports items to
m or fax them to 482-
4478. The mailing
a esn f he
P.O. Box 520 Marianna
Fla. 32447. '

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stretch of woods along a tiny creek 300
yards from my back door. -
As dawn broke around me, I climbed
Mr. Alvin's pasture fence (Yes, I'd
retained enough cautionary instruction to
observe all the firearms-fence-climbing
rules), crossed the grassy meadow, and
quietly entered the woodlot. ,
Waking birds, skittering field mice, and
Other sounds made by what could have
been legal game set my teenage nerves and
budding hunter's instmets on edge.
These earthbound and airborne
rustlings, compounded by dripping morn-
ing dewfall, held most of my attention as I
slipped along the forest floor seeking a
spot to sit down and blind in.
- Thus, I almost failed to look up arid spot
the gray squirrel moving toward me
through the canopy of fall-colored leaves
above. ,
I have since found myself in numerous
heart-pounding situations, but few have
ever affected me like the adrenaline rush
brought on by iny discovery of that lone
bushytail moving gingerly through the
boughs over my head.
Regaining a measure of composure, I
shouldered my new shotgun and pointed it
As if foreordained, the squiIrel halted,

unconcealed, atop a bare limb. Breathing
heavily, I ahgned my eye with the silver
bead at the business end of the barrel,
slowly cocked the hammer, sighted in, and
pulled the trigger,
With the booming report, the squirrel
folded and fell, landmg m the dry forest-
floor litter at approximately the same time
I arrived to meet it.
Reachmg down, I picked 'up my felled
quarry, and deposited it m my game ba%
feehng for all the world like a "real
I scored twice more that morning. Back
home, I cleaned my kill and (with Mom's
gracious "assistance") later dined on a
"victory" meal of fried squirrel, biscuits,
and gravy. Could there be a more glorious
Today, I often wax nostalgic over hunts
experienced over the past 40 years or so. I
, fondly remember hard-earned whitetails,
crafty, mean-eyed wild boars, my first
Canada goose, and the first mallard I ever
called withm shotgun range.
However, none of these or any others
remotely compare with that first all-by-
myself squirrel that succumbed to my
brand new single-shot Savage.
Thinkmg on it now, Im conymced none
ever will.

Eve been whiling away the afternoon
thinking about my first real firearm. All
mine it was, no grownup's possession I
was allowed to shoulder and fire once or
twice as a tagalong on
someone else's hunting
trip. Nope, this one was
The gun was a birth-
day gift. Exactly which
birthday I don't recall,
just one of those
marked occasions
between too old for
BBs and (in truth) too
young for an adult's Bob Kornegay
I was presented this wonderful, much-
longed-for prizeby Mom and Dad with the
parental directive, "Until you learn to han-
die it properly, you shall use this gun only
under adult supervision."
- Actually, Dad wasn't quite that tarticu-
late. What he really said was, "Don't let
me catch you shooting' this thing if me or
somebody else ain't with you, you hear?
Oh, and your mama said tell you happy
"Yessir," Upromised. "Thank you." -
The single-shot Savage 16-gauge
emerged from its box in shiny, spotless-

blue-steel condition.
With typical young-adolescent illogic, I
cleaned it. My Uncle Ray, in keeping with
the day's theme, had given me an equally
brand new gun-cleaning kit, a gift I was
under no orders not to use unsupervised.
Therefore, cleaning, lack of necessity
notwithstanding, was a perfect excuse for
spending all day wantonly fondling my
beautiful new piece of sporting weaponry.
Oh, heaven! That first-ever whiff of
Hope's Number-9 solvent. And that first
delightful sensation of gun oil rubbed
between fingertips.
I received my Savage in September.
Two months later, on Thanksgiving eve, I
was granted permission to take it hunting,
all by myself! I still harbor the suspicion
that I was granted this boon because I
wore my parents down with incessant beg-
ging and pleading rather than being judged
read and able to hunt alone.
But that matters little. I was cleared for
takeoff. A happier young nimrod never
drew breath. "
My first solo hunt was a wild and adven-
turoup trek. I set out before daybreak
Thanksgiving morn, game bag (that year's
gift from my grandparents).slung over one
shoulder and the gun resting upon the
other. My destination was far and away: a

Fishing .is fairly good in
some locations up and
down the river. Isass fish-
ing is fair.
Largemouths may be
caught along ledges in
spots where the current is
not too great.
Fish jig-and-trailer com-
binations and be patient.
Bass fishing up the creeks
is fair also, but sporadic
overall. Use worms and
crankbaits there. The fish-

ing has slowed consider-
ably near sandbars and
bankside structure.
Catfishing is fair to
good, particularly during
warmer periods of the day.
Fish along the bluff. walls
and near river bends.
Tailwater catfishirtg is fair
on frozen shad, worms, or
prepared bdits.
Crappies are very slow at
present Bream fishmg up
the creeks and in the river
itself has slowed a great
deal with the recent cool-
weather snap.

With the Flint stained and
the.Chattahoochee muddy,
bass fishing remains fair,
primarily in the shallows.
W6rm fishing is pretty
good in submerged brush
near manmade bankside
Grass mats in the creeks
may produce strikes on jigs
with twin-tail-grub trailers.
Also try deep-running
crankbaits on the main-lake
ledges and Carolina-rigs
are good bets for fishing
de p structure at various
Crappies are finicky and
inconsistent, but a few con-
timie to be active. Use both
inisinows and jigs in
stumps or alotig grasslines
and.fisli at depths from 12
to l5 feet.,
Catfish activity has
improved. .Best spots are
hard-bottom areas m 12 to
15 feet of water. Fish
"s"madn eob d
there are few positive
hybrid reports at present.

lakes stained onthenorth-
ern end and reasonably
clear south..Bass al-e good.
The shallow bite remains
fair, despite the recent
cool-down. Ledge fishing
is still fair on main-lake
and creek ledges.
Frog-type lures and spin-
nerbaits are good in shal-
low grass. Try both, as the
fish prefer one batt in some
sppts and one< in others.
Flipping lily pads and grass
mats is a good technique
e.thSehi is bt hi h
deep-running crankbaits,
spoolis, or pgs.
Crappie fishing is poor
overall, but arelis where
water is slightlyAtained or
where stained water meets
clearer water are good
spots to try. A few good
fish have been taken from
brushy structure at 8 to 15
feet Minnows aild jigs may
boHth r amandt-
fish remain qtrite, slow at


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"I thought I was done for the
season," said Stahl, a native of
Canada. "I was told I would be
back in a month. I was pretty
glad to hear that."
After surgery at Jack
Hughston Memorial Hospital
to repair his ankle and several
weeks of intense physical
therapy, Stahl returned to com-
petitive play just a month after
his accident. And just in time to
help his team make a push toward
the play offs.
"I was good as new," said
the hockey player. "My experi-
ence at Hug hston \\as all e-
some. Surgery was quick and
painless. They fixed me up and
I am very thankful."

Craig Stahl plays professional
hockey for the Columbus Cotton-
mouths in Columbus, Ga.
Two seasons ago, the botton-
mouths were playing in a game in
Florida, when a teammate ripped
a shot at goal. Stahl was skating
near the goal and the puck
slammed into his ankle, breaking
the bone and forcing the team
captain off the ice. .
"I knew something was
wrong. I was in a lot of pain,"
said Stahl. "I could not put any
weight on it." . .
Back home in Columbus, the
hockey forward made it to the
Hughston Clinic, the orthopaedic
practice famous for its pioneering
roots in sports medicine.


A young nimrod s ref election

Floridan's weekly fishing report for local lakes, rivers

-- Craig Stahl, hockey player

Continued From Page 1B
Bozeman coming ups the You orily play one game a ing trouble winning on the
team had no time to let uJE. week, so when you lose road."
"We still have some fopt- you have to live with it.for Sneads is non 0-3 on the
ball left to play," the coach seyed days. road this season.
said. "We've got three "But we can't take any The Pirates wilt finish
more weeks. We'll have to days off. We.havy to loid the season at home Nov. 13
listen to .a lot of crap this up and go to Northview. against county foe
week, so that will stink. Obviously, we're still hav- Marianna.

Contilised From Page 1B
Hornets, n ho needed slich a
game in a season in, which
there hasn't been much to
be positive abolit.
--Nick Jackson had a great
night, CJ (Smith) threw the E- 10E
ball exceptionally well for
its, Evati Davis r4n the ball
well...everybody played
welf," Melviif said. "I can't
really complain."
The Hoinets are off ne x [ -
week before going on the
road Nov. 6:to take on arche oa -- *
rival Grace ille
With the top two-@als nt so *
district already rapped up
by. FAMU and Jefferson
County, the game ivill hAve
no postseason significance.
However, neither Steam
wi@need incentile to bring
its best effort in the coixu-
ty's rriost-heated ridlry;

4B Sunday, October 25, 2009 Jackson County Floridan

1) AllState 25-11
2) Our Gang 24-12
3) Original Gamers 19-17
4) Dan's Family 19-17
5) Backwoods Bowlers 18-18
6) Grassy Pond Mini Storage 18-18
7) Sonny BB Q 18-18
8) Just Spare Us 16-20
9) RolfWith 15-21
10) Precision 14-22
High Team Game- Sonny BB Q 945
.High Team Series- Sonny BBQ .2773
High Game Female- Shirley Watts 198
High Game Male- Tim Rischar 225
High Series Female- Shirley Watts 509
High Series Male- Kenneth Turner 615
Wednesday Night Mixed
Team Standings
10/21/2009 .
1) Here for the Beer 26-10

2) DBBIL Trouble 25-11
3) Jay's Gang 20-16
4) Hollis Body Shop 19-17 '
5) Split Decision 19-17
6) Mr. Bingo 19-17
7) Redwood Bay Lumberl8-18
8) Kindel Lanes Shop 17-19
9) Perfection's Car Wash-15-21
10) Vacancy 2-34
High Team Game- Here for the Beer
High Team Series- Here for the Beer
High Game Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
High Game Male- Jack Townsell 300
. High Series Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
High Series Male- Jay Roberts 793
Congrats to Jack Townsell for: his
Perfect 300 Game!!

Monday Night Hi Rollers .
Team Standings
1) Jackson BP 17-7
2) Whatever Whenever 15.5-8.5
3) Now What 15-9
4) Mary's Childcare 15-9
5) Smith's Supermarket 12.5-11.5
6) Kindel Lanes 11-13
7) Adam's Euneral Home 10-14
8) Wolf Pack 9-15
9) Vacancy 7-15
1()) Whoops .4-20
High Team Game- Whatever Whenever
High Team Series-Adam's Funeral
Hoine 2673 . .
High Game Female- Ann Barber 235
High Game Male- Jay'Roberts 1234
High Series Female- Ann Barber 551
High Series Male- Jay Roberts 581
Tuesday Morning Coffee League .

Team Standings
1) Davis Optometry 26.5-13.5
2) 1001 Uses 26-14
3) Champion Tile 26-14
. 4) Pacers 25-15
5) Misfits 23-17
6) Marianna Animal Hospital 15.5-24.5
79 James & Sikes 15-25
8) Jim's Buffet & Grill 15-25
9) Gazebo 14-26
10) Family Dentistry 14-26
High Game Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
High Game Male- Lynn 235
High Series Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
High Series Male- Lynn . 610
High Team Game- Family Dentistry 924
High Team Series- Pacers 2633
Ttiesday .Night Mixed League
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