Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
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Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna, Fla
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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beef unit around the corner from
the crop-research headquarters.
There, they got to pet a dairy
calf. and see some goars, pigs
and horses up close
Afterward, they drank some
.chocolate milkshakes and had
their pictures taken with milk

Time_\ uropped ilp therr day in
a hay field, where each -class
omade a scarecrow to take back
to sharp n ith their school-mates.
Peacock said 4-H
students helped put on the event
ednesday, and that FFA stu-
The aim of this "Ag in the
Classroom" project, called First
Time Farmers was to make stu-
dents more aware of where their
food really comes from,
Peacock said.
"It was an action-picked da\."
Peacock said. "'We wanted to let
them see that their food doesn't
just come from the grocery
store. There's a whole lot that
goes (Into getting it there, and we
wanted them to. experience.1t.
There's lots.of kids who don't
know all that. It wouldn't have
been possible without our vol-
unteers. We had master garden-
ers, the 4-H kids, individual
farmers and litestock owners,
and extension staff."
Wednesdays students caine
from Sneads. Grand Ridge,

See FARM, Page 5A >

County amends
itS road plan
The Jackson County
Commission fine-tuned a long-
term road-spending plan at its
meeting Tuesday.
The commission moved
Sylvania Plantation Road up in
the paying schedule. Originally
set for fiscal year 2012-13, com-
missioners moved work on it to
This and other changes were
discussed ma workshop prior to
the commissions' regular meet-
After a public hearing and pos-
sible further revisions on Nov. 10
at 9:15 a.m., the commission will
See ROADS, Page 5A >

^rson b suspected in the fire that Jamaged
the home of a Jackson. Count, couple this
The exact time of the fire is as yet not
kilbWII, according to Jackson Count:, Sherall
Lou Roberts.
The owners, Mr. and IVfrk. Bills Ostrander,
are not suspected of any wrongdoing, Roberts
.The couple had left their double-wide
mobile home, at 6197 Fort Road near Two
Egg; around-mid-day Monday and returned
about mid-day Wednesday to find that a por-
tion of the home's interior had burned.
Jackson County Fire Rescue Chief Tony
Wesley estimated that the worst fire damage
was confined to a roughly 20 by 20 square
foot.area of the kitchen,
. Roberts said the fire apparently self-extiiv
gushed, possibly because the heat and flames
compromised some pipes and allowed water
to flow in and douse the blaze.
See FIRE, Page SA >



See Pages 4-6B


Teen kills
his brother

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His thick, unruly eyebrows give Bud Chiles
away as the offspring of the late and highly
respected Flonda governor, Lawton Chiles.
The similarities begiti, but hardly end there.
These days, he's wearing out some shoe
leather, just as his father did almost 40 years
ago, but for a different cause. He brought his
message to Marianna 11ednesday, walking
from the Jackson County Courthouse to
Golson Elementary School to talk about his
cause with administrators and children there.
He also stopped, in on the Jackson County
Health Department's mobile dentistry climc.,
IIts father became known as Walkin
Lawton" in 1970, during his successful strat-
egy to walk and talk with potential con-
stituents m order to win a Senate seat. He
logged 1.11011 nules in that campaign. -
The son says he has no plan to seek public
office. --Im walking, not running," he said.
That is not on in\ avenda.
But he is on a c:ulipaign ef sorts; to build:
erassroon demand for front--end spending
on program for children, and to get1 milhare
<51c to an nTf p ral effor le
Children is a project of the Lawton Chiles
Foundation. I)ud works for that organitutivil.
which focuses on the welfare of chl!Jren
Lawton Chiles served .as governor of the
s te for1t9 2 iet ym d te f -

the youngest Flondians. Bud says he wants to
extend that legacy. '
Bud Chiles' bui)- nile 1 million to-p walk
is part of the foundation's "Worst-to I tr-1
initiative, "to make children't iksues the top
pnonty for Florida's leaders," according to
the foundation's Web ite

.eft to right;.Jackson County Sheriff Lou Roberts, Bud Chiles, Chiles' senior advisor Loranne
Ausley, and Jackson County commissioner Jeremy Branch embark on a walk from the
Jackson .Coun Courthouse to Golson Elementary School to codiplete the local leg .of
Chiles' 600-m e walk around the state on behalf of Floricia's children. Chiles is the son of
former governor Lawton Chiles. -Deborah Buckhalter/Floriddn

Chiles said he believes his father would "be really for kindergarten and to make sure the\
sick to his stomach about the state of educa- get a health\. solid start in lite.
tion and spending practices as it relates to He points to the prevalence of utenile
children in Florida. offenders and the large number of prisons in
He believe more money should be spent on
children iri their formative years, to get them See CHILES, Page SA,>


Fr.ericess, a\,
More than 300 local first-
graders went to the North
Florida Research and Education
Center .Wednesday morning,
and another 350. are scheduled
le son in tunning and Inetrack
Pati Piacock. 4-H program
assistant, said it took the help of
many volunteers and staff to
make the experience meaningful
for the jounesters
They puzzled their n3.1
through a corn maze, with
guides at e er.\ turn in case they
were h6pelessly lost. They also
learned a bit about producing
the crop, and shelled some corn
out of cobs. They alsp snacked
on popcorn after their maze
. They .met a beekeeper and his
hive, learning about the role of
bees in food production, then
sampled different kinds of
honey and cand_1 with honey as
a inain ingredient.
They toured a peanut field <:sn
the fesparch grounds, and .ate
some boiled peanuts afterward.
They also watched someone
make fresh peanut butter and
sampled some on crackers.
. They toured a cotton field,
and got to run their hands
through the fluffy stuff.
They went to the resettrch

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County woman
, accused of
abusing an elder-
ly t ictim under
her care when
she worked for a
health care.cen-
ter li Jackson
C (''igi Snell
g Serrevara Shell, 26, was a
Certified nursing assistant
employed with Signature Health
Care Center when the incident
allegedly oc/tirred in August this
year. She has since been terminate-
Sbhe a uPs slappine a
90-year-old ,wolitan across the
face, reddening the area, accord-
ing to a press release from
Auorne General Bill McCollum.
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October 31 Saturday
The 31st Annual Sunland Fall Festival at
the Sunland Environmental Park kicks off with
a parade at 9 a.m. The festival features food
and craft vendors and three stages of live
entertainment. To reserve a booth, call 482-
9373 or 482-9386.
I Can Grpw Inc. presents Fall Farm Days
through Oct. 31 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 mak-
ing demos, barbeque and other vendors,
horse drawn wagon rides ($10; chlIdren
Under 2 free) and tractor-pulled hey rides ($7;
children tinder 2 free). Call 352-4879.
There wl.ll be a benefit yard sale in the
Winn Dixie parking lot for Brandi Purvis, to
offset the medical expenses of her cancer
treatment. .
The Wal-Mart Supercenter .in Marianna
welcomes trick-or-treaters, 4-6 p.m. through-
out the store,
Alcoholics Anonymous has an operi meet-
ing Saturdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.
"Haunted House Adventure," for kids
under 12, 5-8 p.m. at Compass Lake in the
Hills Volunteer Fire Department on Nortek
Boulevard. Games and snacks. Call 579-4303.
"Safe Halloween Open House," 5:30 p.m.
at American Legion Auxiliary Unit 241, 2101
Legion Road in Sneads. Refreshments
served; treat bags -given out. All trick-or-
treatirs welconie.
Sneads High School Project Graduation
presents a haunted house Oct. 29-31, inside
the liacant carpet store between Family Dollar
and dry cleaner in McDaniel's Shopping
Center. Cpst: $3. Saturday hours: 5:30-9:30
p.m. Also Saturday, costume contest at 5
p.m.; chili dinners available for $2 per bpwl.
Friendship Baptist Church of Malone will
host its third annual Haivest Festival from 5-
8 p.m. It will be held in downtown Malone in
front of city hall. Games, prizes and live enter-
tainment will highlight the event. Hot dogs,
chips arid drinks will be served.
Florida Caverns State Park's Spirit of the
Caverns, providing a safe alternative to door-
to-door trick-or-treating, is Oct. 30-31, 6 10
p.m., featuring children's games with candy
and prizes, the Haunted Legends Trail, and
cave tours guided by living history iriter-
preters. ,Cave tour tickets sold on a first-
come, first-serve basis. A $5 donation is
requested per vehicle. .
At Veterans Memorial Park in Bristol, The
Scream-liner Express Trains depart non-stop
for Zombie World at 8 and 8:30 p.m. EDT,
until 11 p.m. (or all the people... disappear,
whichever comes first). Ticket window
opens at 7:30 p.m. EDT. Admission: $3
adults; $2 students; pre-schoolers free.
Chi dren under 6 must be accompanied by

an adult. Call 643-6646 or 643-5491.

November 1 Sunday
Blue Springs Society, Children of the
American Revolution, and Chipola Junior
American Citizens Club meet at 1:30 p.m. at
the Caverns Road Church of Christ in
Marianna. After a brief business meeting,
activities will include making cards of thanks
for veterans. E-mail or call 209-4066.
Chipola College Early Registration for
Spring Terms A and B for currently enrolled
students with 45+ hours, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Call 526-2761, or visit
A public meeting of the Jackson County
Transportation -Disadvantaged Coordinating
Board starts at 10 a.m: at the JTrans Office,
3988 Old Cottondale Road, Marianna. To
arrange special accommodations at the meet-
ing because of a disability or physical impair-
ment,.call 850-674-4571 at least three work-
ing days prior to the meeting.
The annual meeting of Jackson Hospital
Foundation Inc. starts at noon in the Hudnall
Building community rpom. Call 718-2601.
, Emerald Coast Hospice will present
"Dealing with Stress during the .Holidays"
during its monthly volunteer meeting, 5:30-
7:30 p.m. at 4374 Lafayette St., Marianna.
Learn how to handle stress of the season and
learn about hospice volunteer opportunities.
A pot-luck meal will be served. Call 526-3577.
The City of Jacob will have a public hear-
ing at 6:30 p.m. to discuss water rates; and a
public hearing at 7 p.m. to adopt comprehen-
sive plan amendments. The regular council
meeting follows.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet
ing each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,

November 3 Tuesday
Chipola College Early Registration for
Spring Terms A and B for currently enrolled
students with 30+ hours, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call
526-2761, or visit
Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at ridon, in Jim's
Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdayt at 1
p.m., at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
The Childbirth Education Class series
begins Tuesday, Nov. 3, 5:30 p.m. and contin-
ues each Tuesday through Nov. 24 in thh
ground flool education classroom of Jackson
Hospital, 4250 Hospital Drive, Marianna.
Husbands, other supporters invited. Bring a
favorite pillow. Materials, snacks provided;
FOCEP curriculum provided by Jackson
County Health Department. No cost to attend.
Contact 526-2412, ext. 162.

October 29 Thursday
The Jackson County Development Cduncil
100. Offers the technical and educational
workshop, Business Plan Development II, 9
a.m. to noon. in the Nearing Court Office
Building Upstairs Conference Room, 2840
Jefferson St., Marianna. Cost: $15 per per-
son, due in advance. Reservations required;
call 526-4005. Registration closes at 5 p.m.,
two days before class,
The Jackson County Habitat for Humahity
Auction and Smoked Steak Dinner is at the
Jackson County Agricultural Conference
Center on Pennsylvania Avenue in Mariahna.
Silent auction is 4:30-6:15 p.m.; smoked
steak dinner at5 p.m.; and live auction at 6:30
p.m. Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door.
Call 482-2187.
The Town of Grand Ridge will have a spe-
cial council meeting, 6 p.rtl. at .the Grand
Ridge Town Hall. Call 592-4621.
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 p.m.
-* Geeks Help @ Chipola offers three work-
shops today in the Chipola College Continuing
Education department: Basic Computer
Operations 1, from 10 a.m. to noon, $25;
Electronics Purchasing Help seminar, 1-3
p.m., $25; a free Windows 7 Launch Party
seminar, 6-8 p.m. Cali 718-7563; visit
October 30 Friday
I-lorida Caverns State Park's Spirit of the
Caverns, providing a safe alternative to door-
to-door trick-or-treating, is Oct. 30-31, 6-10
p:m., featuring children's games with candy
and prizes, the Haunted. Legends Trail, and
cave tours guided by living history inter-
preterS. CaVe tOur tickets sold on a first-
come, first-serve .basii. 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 dry cleaner .in. McDaniel's Shopping
Center. Cost: $3. Friday hours: 6-9:30 p.m.
Sneads Higli School sophomores' Sweet
16 deposits ($25) are due today. Send pay-
ment to Hope Campbell of SHS. Next parent
meeting: Wednesday, Nov. 4, 4 p.m.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits 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
gilests); 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 meet-
ing Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
MethOdist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA roorti.

Terrez Wallace, 18,
2923 Harrison St.,
Marianna, violation, of
conditional release. (no
valid driver's license).
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).

one noise complaint, one
animal complaint, four
public service calls, three
threats/harassment inci-
dents and three traffic
The 'Jackson County
Sheriffs Office listed the
following incidents for
Oct. 27, the latest avail-
able report: Two aban-
doned vehicles, one ani-

mal complaint, one
aggravated assault, two
assists of other agencies,
one burglary, one child
abuse complaint, one
criminal registration, one
disabled vehicle, two dis-
turbances, one harass-
ment complaint, ohe road
obstruction, one noise
complaint, two obscene/
harassing phone calls,
one patrol request, one
suicide attempt, two sus-
picious incidents, one

theft of services, two traf-
fic accidents, 10 traffic
stops, two prisoner trans-
ports, one violation of
injunction, one warrant
arrest and two 911 hang-
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:

The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
Oct. 27, the latest avail-
able report:
One traffic -ir
accident t, ,
one stolen a
vehicle, oner(R,1ME
ree k less *
driver, four disturbances,
One prowler, one burglar
alarm, one panic alarm,
one larceny complaint,


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

Contact US
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (1350) 482-4478
P.O. Box as L 32447
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
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advertisements beyond the amount
entt $ti hnthoe str r
whether such error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
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noon eu ri sNe
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knowingly accept or publish illegal
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whicega yr tepdrepemnc cahsird
acteristicil is not acceptable.
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Nick Walker assembles the pipe pieces of his marsh-
mallow gun. -Contributed photo

Harbin completes

basic traxmng
Air Force Airman Kevin
siHa 1 t graduate om
Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.. .
in'The airmea mpleted an
gram that included training
in military discipline and
studies, Air Force core val- '
ues, physical fitness and
basic warfare principles


Webelos with their completed marshmallow guns
include, from left,- bottom row, Ryan .Mathis, Chase
Elkins, Noah McArthur and Cafen Sims; and top row,
Hunter Hutton, Austin Livin ston, Nick walker and Liam


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Kevin W. Harbin and Sports Medicine Clinic
owed and operaled by Tallahmer Onbwrlic Chak
Harbin is a 2008 gradu-
ate of New Dimensions Tom C. Haney, M.D. David A. Bellamy, M.D.
High School, Kissimmee. Garrison A. Rolle, M.D. Mel Gaston, PA-C
Steve E. Jordan, M.D. Michael P. Nuccio, PA-C, MPAS
rs' workshop Team physicians for Jackson County,
ing activities parents can do Chipola, FSU, TCC & FAMU
with their children. to
improve reading perform- Fellowship Trained:
ance. Also, parents will be SPINE KNEE
provided with resources that UPPER EXTREMITY. FOOT & ANKLE.
promote life-long literacy. OINT RECONSTRUCTION TRAUMA SURGERY
Everyone is .invited to HAND SPORTS MEDICINE
attend. For more informa-
tion, please call Riverside
Elementary School at 482-
9611. 3051 6th Street Marianna, Florida 32446

Jackson County Floridan Thursdaly, October 29, 20(09 3A

Cub Scouts in Pack 170
recently completed all of
the requirements in a
month-long study unit on
Craftsmanship, a unit
designed to help the Scouts
become proficient in the^
usage of, and safety prac-
tices for a variety of tools,
and to build several useful
items to keep and enjoy.
In previous meetings,
under the guidance of lead-
ers Steve and Mary Ann
Hutton, the Webelos made
wind chimes, hat racks and
toolboxes. They completed
three additional projects
during their Oct. 23 meet-
ing at First Presbyterian
The first project was
stringing beads and a
medallion for keelisake
necklaces. The second was
a leather holding pouch for
pencils or other items.
Scouts made holes in the
pieces of leather using their

Cub Scout knives, then
laced the holes with hemp
secured to a fishing hook.
Finally, the Scouts enjoyed
creating marshmallow
shooters using PVC pipe
and glue, a project which
seemed to be a group
Bear and Wolf Scouts,
under the leadership of
Wilson Sanchez, worked on
completing the require-
ments for earning their Art
belt loop. Scouts were
required to do an original
art project and show it at
the meeting; visit an art
gallery or picture gallery
with the den or family
members; and create a.
painting of a favorite out-
door location. Bear Scouts
were also happy to wel-
come two new members to
their group.
To learn more about the
Scouting program, call
Mary Ann Hutton at 209-
2818, or e-mail

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and skills.
Airmen who complete'
basic training eard four
credits toward an associate
in applied science degree
through the Community
College of the Air Force'
He is the son of Angela
and Anthony Harbin of
Marianna. .

' Better Reade
Riverside Elementary
School will sponsor a
Families Building Better
Readers workshop on
Wednesday, Nov. 4. The
workshop begins at 5 p.m.
in the St. Luke Missionary
Baptist Church, located at
2871 Orange St. in
Marianna. The workshop
will. teach parents how to
have successful reading
practice with their children
at home.
Included in the workshop
are 10 research-based read-


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send the :final document to the
Departrrient .of Community Affairs
for review.
Because the plan is part of the cap-
ital improvements element of the
county's Comprehensive Plan for
grovith, DCA review and approval is
drawing board -for paying for some
time, and will take $2.5 million to
complete. Some preliminary work I
already in process, such as obtaining
the rights-of-wqy needed frorn own-
ers of property adjacent to the road -
way. .
The paying funds will come from q . ..8 -'. $ -- ..
the county's road construction set-
aside, hich is funded by a 1 cent
local option gas sales tax.
The county is also contemplating .3 .. .
bond issue to finance some paying. -
possibly including this project, but no S Ivania Plantation Road is set for-paying in fiscal year 20(19-10. -Mark
action has yet been taken. The 1 cent S /Flo cla
tax cotild serve as collateral if the inner ri n *
county .goes ahead with the plan.
Commissioners have already sought Filmbre Drive (County Road Bowden Hill Road from State Road
proposals from lending institutions 280A) will be paved from State Road 2 to Canniehead Road.
concerning their interest rates. 73 to Interstate 10 with a DOT grant Campbellton got a USDA Rural
The commission on Tuesday also of $381,150 and gas tax money fin- Development grant of $84,000, and
scheduled .several other road. fishing out the $550,000 project. the county will contribute the rest,
improvement projects for the next .Bhieberry Road will be resurfaced about $102,000 in gax tax revenue.
few fiscal years. using a DQT grant of $503,554, in The county had originally committed
Wilmington Court, for ifistance, is 2009-10. $20,000 to $30,000 of in-kind servic-
scheduled ftir a $1.1 million improve The county will also seek a es and equipment, but two factors
merit in 2009-10. It is being partially $200,000 grant to widen and pave the played into the change of plan. The
financed through a Department of shoulders of this road, but moved that county learned the project would.cost
Transportation grant of $459,883. part of the project out to 2013-14 in significantly more, and it also decided
Sapp Road will be paved from case the grant request is not funded. to turn the project over to a contractor
Corbin Road to U.S. Highway 90 in If the county had put that into the entirely. That raised the cost further.
2009-10 with a Florida Department next three years of the .long-term The county is also.seekinga grant
of Transportation grant of about plan, DCA would require the county to pave Compass Lake Drive, but
$963,983, and some gas tax money to to pay for it, whether or not it-was with the fate of the applicAtion
finish out the estimated cost .of $1.5 funded from another source. It could unknown, that project is set for 2013-
million. move to the current fiscal year and be 14. It should cost roughly $2.5 mil-
A portion of Thompson Road will done, along with the resurfacing, if lion, and the county is looking at con-
be paved at a cost of $1.2 million in the grant application is successful tributing some gas tax revenue if the
2009-10 using.gas tax money.ind a The county will participate with the grant is awarded, but is not enough to
$60,000 DOT grant. city of Campbellton in paying cover the full cost.

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Jackson County Floridan Thursday, October 29, 2009 5A

Graceville and.Malone ele-
mentary schools and
Dayspring Christian
Academy, along with sever-
al home-schooled students.

Today's crew will come
from Cottondale and
Golson elementary
schools, and from Victory
Christian Academy.

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Rochelle Murray enoys some pop corn among the
stalks of the corn maze at the First Time Farmers event.
-Mark Skinner/Floridan

James 81Sikes Funeral
4278,Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446 .

19181 Deese

MaxDeese, 60, of Marian-
na died Tuesday, Oct. 27,
2009, in Gaineeville.
Max was : born irr
Auburndale and had lived
in Marianna.for the past 20
years. He was owner and
operator of The Band
Room music store .in Ma-
rianna. Max has been an
active supporter of youth
activities in the community
for many years. He acted
as coach at the M.E.R.E:
Complex in both flag foot-
ball and baseball. His work
with the young athletes
was of great importance to
him. He attended the
Christian Center Church. ,
He was preceded in
death by one brother, Ju-
lius Deese.
Survivors include his
wife, Jan Deese; one son,
Jaryd Deese; and one
daughter, Amanda Deese,
both of Marianna; two
stepdaughters, Jaime Cox
and husband Jay, and Jen-
nifer Spilewski and hus-
band Dan, all of Tallahas-
see; one sister, Bernice
Wilkes; and three grand-
children, Conor, Reid and
Co .e funeral service win
be at 4 p.m. on Sunday,
Nov. 1, at the Christian
Center Church, with Pastor
Jack Hollis officiating. Bur-
ial will follow in Pinecrest
Memorial Gardens, with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di
The family will receive
friends prior to the funeral
on Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m. at
the church.
ily requests that donations

be made to establish the
Max Deese Memorial
Scholarship Fund at Peo-
ples First Community
Bank. Max had been at
avid supporter of the Ma-
rianna High School band
program for the past seven
years. His scholarship will
benefit a graduating MHS
band member each year
with plans to further their
music education.
Mariaima Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Ricky Lamar
H arts
Mr. Ricky Lamar Hagans,
51, of Cottondale passed
away Saturday, Oct. 25,
The graveside service for
Mr. Hagans will be at' 10.
a.m. Thursday, Oct. 29, in
Lipford Cemetery with Vir-
gil Lipford officiatmg.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Herring Sr*

Dwiot Holmes Herring
Sr., 87, of Malone passed
away at home on Oct. 26,
The funeral service will
be conducted at 11 a.m.
Thursday, Oct. 29 at the
First Baptist Church of Ma-
lone. Burial will follow at
the Fnendship Baptist
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel directing. .

started from inside the
home with a flammable liq-
uid, possibly fuel, Roberts
said. That early suspicion is
based on the burn pattern
and the odor at the scene.

Investigators ivere going
door-to-door Wednesday
afternoon asking if anyone
had seen; any suspicious
activity around the home
over the past few days. ,

Anyone with information
related to the fire is asked
to call the sheriff's office at
482-9648, or
. CrimeStoppers at 526-

Roberts said the State Fire
Marshal's office is leading
the investigation, with the
sheriffs office and JCFR
It appears the fire was

support team are documenting pro-
grams that* neqd help in every com-
munity he visits, including Marianna,
Sneads and Quincy, his three targets
He's hoping residents will log on
and find a place for themselves in the
effort to help Florida, the forth largest
state in the country, move from its
poor standing in terms of educational
success tok become .the country's
The Lawton Chiles Foundation's
Web site is at

He also wants the.m to volunteer for
programs that already exist but are
struggling, or which were good but
now face funding cuts or other prob-
Chiles said he's convinced the
answers are already out in the com-
munities, but that the programs lack
the support they need. He believes his
walk will inspire others to take action
and make their own commitments.
As he travels .- he's already
walked about a quarter of his trip,
logging 140 miles Chiles and his

Florida, as evidence state leaders are
failing to create an atmosphere. that
will lead children into responsible,
productive lives.
He says the state is pulling too
much funding from after-school and
enrichment programs which have his-
torically helped in that effort.
Chiles wants his pledges to bring
pressure to bear on lawmakers to
change that focus, and believes they
can do it if they pull together and
put real action behind their signa-


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Tig e s try to f in ish_ strong

After suffering their most dis-
appointing loss of the season; the
Graceville Tigers will look to get
back on track Friday night
against Rocky Bayou.
The Tigers (1-6, 0-2 in district
play) host the winless Knights for
Homecoming at 7 p.m., and
should be able to get the sour
taste of last week's loss out of
their system.
Graceville was eliminated
from postseason contention with
a 42-6 loss to Jefferson County
last week.
It's the first time GI-(S has not
made the playoffs since 2004.
Graceville coach Todd
Wertenberger said his team is ifot
happy to be out of the playoff
mix, but the Tigers will still look
to finish the season strong.
"It's Homecoming week and
everyone is feeling good about
that,"' the coach said. "Rocky
Bayou should be a bounce-back
game-for us.
"We need to finish the season
for pride itnothing else. We need
to see what kind of team we have,
how we're going to react to this
situation. We could decide to just
give up, or we could bounce back
and finish the season strong.
Hopefully. we'll respond to the
bell and per up and pty Gracealle quarterback Jacky M
Fridas's -gameyhpuld be a against Bloontstown earlier this
great opporTnu.btswalie Tigel> Noridan File Photo
to get well ....... .. ,'
The lingle rre 11 second-yMtr
font hall pvyram that hasn I begg. Coupndile tool. a 56-16 win over
coropellut e YL.any quint this a- th Ram ha last week.
son. ,....,,, ,,,.. ..T Thel'le souggling real hard,"
Jeffes son (Tengry ofegled Weste-nbel pr said of the Kriights.
Rocks Bain .. -74 -2. and ""That'- pait of the challenge, that

iles (3) holds the-ball out for fullback Leron Hoove~r during a game

should be able to get all of its
reserves ample field action, but
Wertenberger said the goal was
See FINISH, P e 2B >

the kids know how easy a game it
is, so that makes it more difficult
to get them up for it. Hopefully,
they'll get up and play." -
It's a game in which the Tigers

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The Snecab Parates. Avill try to
bounce back from a disappoint
ing loss Friday night as they
head back on the road to take on
the Northview Chiefs at 7p.m.
Sneads (4-3, 4-2 in district
play).suffered a devastating 35
O loss to South Walton iast week
in a key di uiet contest-
It won't be much easier for
the Pirates this week agamst a
Northriew (5-2, 4-2 in district
play) squad that has won four of
its last five gamerand only lost
by eight to South Walton earher
this season. .
It's a very fast team," Sneads
coach Don Dowhng said of the
Chiefs. They've got some
good offensive linemen up
there,1ftn otne skill people-that
"They do a good job of get
y' he bloallwi everyone
offense, so we just have to be

Defense hasbeen ;t 10381
strength for the Pa rates f or much
of the season.
However, the Seahawks used
a balanced offensive attack to
light up the scoreboard and
hand the Pirates their most lop-
sided defeat of the season-
"That was just a butt-whip-
ping," Dowling said of' the loss-
"That's hard to swallow. But
when you get your legs cut out
frorn under you, you have to get
back up. That's the measure of a
man. We've been knocked
down and stepped on, now we
have to get back up."
. Dowling said the mood at
practice Monday was a sour
one, but rallied back on
Tuesday with the aid of the
team's captains.
co h ,,
were all still down about it, but
we.talked to the .captains and
See.PIRATES, Page 2B >

Sneads' Mark Lawson tries to run by a Vernon defender during a
ame earlier this season. The Pirates hit the road Friday to take on
te Northview Chiefs in a district game. -Flondan File Photo


Sneads' Ashley Smith puts the ball over the net in
a match earlier this season. The Lady Pirates
defeated Gracevi le and vernon in three games
each Tuesday .and Wednesday to advance to
tonight's District 2-2A championship game
against Blountstown in Blountstown at 7 p.m. The
Lady Pirates' record now is 24-4. Floridan File


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.The boys' basketball season
for area middle schools tipped
off yesterday with the county
teams squaring off against
each other.
Cottondale traveled to
Grand Ridge Middle School
and walked away with a pair
of wins.
In "A" team action, it was
Cottondale winning 34-27,
while the Hornets "B" team
won 29-27.
In the .A team game,
Cottondale jumped out to a
13-5 first quarter lead before
Grand Ridge battled back to
make it an 18-13 game at the
Taking the court after half-
time, Cottondale posted 10
points and held the Indians to
five to take a 28-18 lead into
the final period
Grand Ridge was led in
scoring by Darius Williams
and Dustin Pittman, who both
put up'eight points.
For thd Hornets, it wits
Prentice Webb who racked up
13 points to lead Cottondale.
In "B" team action, the
Hornets' defense held the
Indians to just two points in
the first quarter, while th6
Indians put up 10 to take a10-
2 lead.
The second quarter
belonged to the hidians, as
they held Cottondale to two

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Both teams exploded on
offense following the halftime
break, with Cottondale scor-
ing 11 points while Grand
Ridge had nine to make it a
23-17 going into the final peri-
Grand Ridge came close to
taking the lead in the final
quarter but fell just short with
a two-point loss..
Leading the Hornets in scor-
ing fqr the "B" team was Tre
Lee with 11 .points, followed
by Wesley Spooner with eight
For Grand Ridge,-it was AJ
Jolvison tind Garrett Moody
with eight points each, fol-
lowed closely by Blake
Johnson with seven.
Cottoridale will host,
Graceville on Thursday with
el"B" team taking the court
"fand Ridge will host
Bonifay with games scheduled
to start at 4:30 p m.

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Chipola Haunted

...Hpo sdly
teams will have a
"Haunted Hoops" event

odnaya p n :
Health Center.
There will be trickery
treating for kids, who can
meet the Chipola teams
teams, and witness the
players engage in 3-point
contests and a dunk con-
test. The Chipota cheer-
leaders will also per-
form. Admission is free.

Chipola Men's
Basketball invites boys

3"id gthr int ra as to
Participants will learn
fundamental skills, ball
handling, shooting, pass-

ough drills teamwork
tests .led by Chipola
coaches and players.
The*first session was
Tuesday. Other practice
sessions are: Oct. 31,
from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30
a.m., 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.
31. Little Indians will
perform at halftime of a
Chipola Indians game.
The $50 membership
fee cludes twahfree

the halftime perform-
ance. For information,
call assistant coach Brian
Steenhoek at 850-718-
2378, or email: steen-

Men's Flag Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
Men's 7-on-7 Flag
Football League.
Teams may sign up at
The Marianna
Educational and
Recreational Expo
(MERE) located at 3625
Caverns Rd. in
Marianna The revistra
11011 fi8 Of $350 18 ille
before the first contest
file 1888110 Will (11Hy A
10-crame Wheill)P urif}l
play starting in
1 0171heT TheT 'ri11he
al meeting on Oct. 29 at
6 p.m. at the MERE
Complex. For more info,
(1 331 ZIlta t th HEP
at 850-482-6228.


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just to get the win and move
HTfr GIlt to in th
game, obviously, the coach
said "But the 're ,ta
down this year and we don't
Rht to abuse them and
thou kids either. We'll try to
ill the Allic ful Alic, l.)UL
we it 110L Util Llicle 10 havl
a scoring fest either.
(Rocky Bayou evault
John Reaves) is a good guy
2nd they vt got a good Learn
ond year of football. We
won't try to hunuliate aily-

o fter Friday night's
game, the Tigers will finish
the.season with a pair of
rivalry games against
Cottondale Nov. 6 at home
and Chipley Nov 10 on the

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said 'it's your year, your
season.' (On Tuesday), the
captains came out and
harl a really good practice
We've vbourn that if we
have a had week of practice .
we can't do anything in the
The Pirate hast n't uran s
road game this season, so
?HS Fill he at ome up
rith perhaps ite beet effort
fth El Itt
come up with a win.
I just hope they com
out and play well,
Dowhng said of his avers.
If th,, do, tlion a can
move on with that.
0110 fillialit-a (11t acdaUll
at Bozeman Nov. 6, and

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Diack leather Eil rouring. ese cond re- WI-alTE. i n.15389-0554 flame red, excel. Suite l02, Jackson. available for inspec-
524.000 334-299-3739 manning warr 48.000 cond., 6K mi., 1198 cc ville, Florida32210, Bids SHALL be sub. tion by the public at
mi. black 514,500. M...torcCle- & incl. sissy bar, within thirty (30) emitted in a sealed the County Ad minis-
3 54-445-3652 .:.r 256 guard. cover & trickle days from the first envelope marked: tractor's Office, Coun-
452 8026 chger, $6,200.334- date of publication of ty Administration
333-5854 or email this notice, on or be- SUBMISSION DEAD. Building, 2864 Madi-
Corvette '07 Auto, Mazda 89 917. c..:.c' fore December 6, LINE: son Street, Marianna,
3LT, Loaded, Chrome turbo. gold. G\E. CHRYSLER '05 ToWn/ GMC '811500 C 2009, and file the DATE:0ctober 26, Florida.
Wheels. VictorynRed, 52.000 33-1-648 49 5 BUY ME! Country LX, 55,000 Excellent running original with the 2009
FORD 'OS 600 SLE, Wr n 3w 7he. Mercedes 04 Ben: n .Great tbo Restored, tC rkd his Co rt ei- TIME: 2:00 PM CT Dat d this October
Red, great cond. 41K 334-678-2131 E320, ports pfb ck d YAMAHA '06 334-677-3613. 334-677-6715 on the Plaintiffs at-
miles, 6-CD sound nt rioraric90Kamiles G dTF% GW lack Roadstar 1700cc, Chrysler '06 Town & tourney or immediate- SEALED BID and iden- BOARD OF COUNTY
system $11,500 OBO $17,000.334-806-7190 Like new. customs Black, Motorcycle. County touring, ly thereafter; other- tified by the NAME COMMISSIONERS
334-695-3550 6600 mi.$14,750.404. 5000 miles. Vance handicap assessable wise a default will be OF THE FIRM, NAME JACKSON COUNTY,
FORD '06 Fl50 S er- Mercedes '96 5500. 578-1482 jeff@ Hines Exhaust Sys. 37K miles, loaded. entered a ainst you AND NUMBER OF THE FLORIDA
cab 5.4 V8 loadeT 4 3 tem. 4 helmets and1 $22,000. 334-791-0182 In1hd om- % DALONAGND WjM7 BY: /s/ JEREMY
20k miles, $17,000 2003 YZ125, bought gel cushion. One Chrysler '95 Voyager, plaint or petition. OF OPENING. BRANCH
772-631-5065 factory Corvette '81 new in 2005, has less owner, garage kept. V6, auto, seats 8, HON. JEREMY
warranty Automatic 350 than 100 hrs.$2000; Like new.58000. power, am/fm cass. GMC '95 Yukon DATED on this 21st List of bidders and BRANCH
NDA dFit Sport2 (Silver) sell as is 2007e e Imm in- 334- 618-5833. 9w rOe N80 592- Z7 4 wheellK day of October, 2009 bwardsn nand) hall CRAIRMAN
WD.13500K LoaTed, $6500. OBO id. $4000. Buy YAMAHA '08 V V-star 2832 miles. $3,300., 334- DALE R. GUTHRIE meeting of the Jack-
very clean, Like new. 334-774-1915 both far $5500. 250, burgundy, 1836 Ford '01 Winstar Van, 701-4264/701-8670 CLERK OF THE son County Board of
$14,750.333-7555. Corvette '99 cony, ercedes '97 Benz 334-726-3842 miles. $2695. 334-693- white, leather & pwr TOYOTA '05 TUNDRA, COURT JACKSON County Commission-
Mitsubishi '06 Raider pewter with black E420 133K $6,500 Harley '00 Dyna Wide 5454 seats, pwr steering, V-8, 97K interstate COUNTY, FLORIDA ers. Bid award will
T Duro Cross, Crew interior, auto, 84k West Main Car Sales Glide, blue/silver, Classifieds have what dual airbags, cargo miles, ex. cond., 1 be made to the best
Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K miles. 16,500. 334- LLC 1919 West Main 5200 miles. $9,500. carrier mc1uded. owner $11,000 firm BY: /s/ Chasity Tharp bidder, but the right
$14,500. 334-791-0646 596-1694 St. 334-699-5880 334-596-1694 you are looking for 407-453-3142 334-695-7212 Deputy Clerk is reserved to reject


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