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High-speed chase ends in crash; suspect charged
From staff reports Sheriff' s eluding an officer. of his cruiser to approach, uty conducted a deterrent of Dallas' vehicle, another Office. According to the release, Dallas sped away. Reach- maneuver that spun Dal- deputy struck the ChevroA Bascom man was Authori adeputy pulled Dallas over ing speeds of 115 mph las' vehicle counterclock- let head-on with his cruischarged with multiple of- ties say Ced- around 3 a.m. Thursday in at times, Dallas headed wise in the road. er in an attempt to prevent fenses after allegedly driv- ric Dominic the Tractor Supply parking northbound on State Road When the deputy got injury to the other officer ing toward a deputy who Dallas Jr., 21, lot in Marianna because 71. Officials said he drove out of his vehicle and ap- and to keep Dallas from was on foot pursuing him is charged Dallas, behind the wheel in the wrong lane of traffic proached at that point, au- escaping. during a traffic stop that with aggra- Dallas of a silver 2010 Chevrolet, for extended distances as thorities say, Dallas made Dallas ignored comended in a crash as a result vated assault had been observed driving he drove another 7 miles. eye contact with the offi- mands to get out of the of the suspect's actions, ac- on a law enforcement of- 70 miles per hour in d 45 As- Dallas tried to turn cer and drove toward him. Chevrolet, authorities say, cording to a press release ficer, reckless driving mph zone. right onto Fort Road in As that deputy was tryfrom the Jackson County and aggravated fleeing or After the deputy got out Greenwood, a second dep-. ing to get out of the path See CHASE, Page 9A
IN HONOR OF THEIR SERVICE
of the veterans
in their lives
From staff reports A group of students at
Riverside Elementary unOn Veterans Day, it will covered a wealth of inforbe easy to learn the cold, mation about their elders hard facts about America's by doing that, and dug up military exploits and 'the some dusty old pictures as troops/service members well.
who carried them out. English teacher Mary SThousands, of books are Ingram helped them post dedicated to the subject. their findings on a wall at
But to find the hearts of school.
those heroes, local chil- One boy found out that dren, have learned, one his grandfather retired as need not necessarily go to a colonel in the Air Force, the library shelf. As young- and was a pilot who had skiers worked on their Vet- some famous passengers, erans Day-related assign- including England's Prince ,mens, nyo e f dEdwar afid some for-. it was much better to sim- mer American presidents ply pick up the phone and and vice' presidents. The SUBMITTEDPHOTOS call grandpa, or an uncle, student found a picture These images were taken from illustrated essays written by studentsfrom Riverside ElmentarySchool as partof their Veterans or a family friend who of his grandfather stand- Day observation activities. served, and, invite them ing beside the prince and over for a conversation posted it with his essay, commander of two flight great snow globes he col- missed him." his uncle's participation in around the dinner table or which also revealed that squadrons that dropped -lected from around the Onestudenttalkedabout many missions, including a chat while sprawling to- his grandfather had served supplies to troops in dan- world as an enlisted man his country-loving uncle's some in Operation Endurgether on the living room in three wars and trav- gerous areas. turned officer who retired' service and his having ing Freedom. He told of sofa. eled all over the globe as Another student talked in 2012. The youngster been awarded the Distin- one life-threatening inabout his father's 21 years' noted, though, that "I did guished Combat Award for stance his uncle escaped, of service in the Ma- not like it when he 'went leadership and bravery. rines, and about all the on deployment because I Another talked about See ESSAYS, Page 9A
From staff reports
As Veterans Day ap- Ptential airport upgrade unveiled
preached last week, several community events were
held and several others are BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER scheduled through Nov. email@example.com scheduled through Nov.
11. Marianna city commissioners On Sunday there will be recently got their first look at the special veteran tributes conceptual drawing for a roughly at three churches; Bethel $600,000 upgrade to the Marianna Baptist Church in the Pop- Jackson County and at al- Municipal Airport. lar Springs Community most all other state parks Several of the improvements has a service at 10 a.m., in
5 p.m. in downtown Mari- wonderful opportunity to Marianna a more valuable asset. anna along U.S. 90/Lafay- spend time with a veter- Since the building is structurally ette Street. an," said Donald Forgione, sound with "good'horizontal lines Also earlier this week, director of the Florida Park and a strong vertical element in the D EBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN veterans were honored Service, in a press release tower," Donofro said, the main idea At Tuesday night's Marianna City Commission meeting, Marianna City Manager at Grand Ridge School about the day of free entry. is to preserve and enhance what's Jim Dean shows commissioners and the audience conceptual renderings of and Riverside Elemen- "I ehicourage you to invite there. The control tower will get improvements planned for the Marianna airport. tary School. The Riverside a veteran to visit a Florida a new roof, he said. Even though internal improvements, like a parti- Some outside elements of the airevent featured the Beaver State Park with you. You the tower is not operational for tion that will more clearly separate port will be improved as well. The Chorus, singing patriotic can then spend the day years, control functions have been the restroom facilities from the im- building will be re-painted and, in selections in the group's hiking, bicycling, picnick- achieved in a more technologically mediately adjacent pilot lounge. some areas, will get a coat of stucco annual salute to vets. ing, bird watching or a advanced system inside the build- Donofro said the lounge will also to help with insulation. Eventually, On Monday, the Flori- variety of other outdoor ing below- the tower is never- be upgraded for the comfort of pi- the entire airport will be fenced in da Department of Envi- activities." theless an important symbol that lots who, when they bring in cor- and signage will be.added to help ronmental Protection is Florida State Parks also speaks to the presence of an airport., porate CEOs like those from Family visitors find their way into the facelebrating Veterans Day preserve many historical' Currently, it is in a more dilapidated Dollar and'other businesses, often cility more easily. Donofro said the with free park entry for and cultural sites honoring state than the city wants. have to wait at the airport for hours three entrances will be reduced to everyone at Florida Cav- the nation's fallen service The building itself, called thefixed while their passengers conduct erms and Three Rivers in. members. base operation, will get see a few business in the community. See AIRPORT, Page 9A
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F L O R ID A N SUNDAY, NOV.10 573-4666. Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap Toys for Tots applications Anchorage D Chipola Beekeepers Meeting 6-8 p.m. at the plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All Publisher Valeria Roberts Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- Jackson County Extension Office, 2741 Pennsyl- toys will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m.
firstname.lastname@example.org plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys vania Ave., Marianna. Bring a dish for the potluck n Jackson County Transportation Disadvanwill be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m. supper. Call 482-9620. taged Coordinating Boardmeeting 10 a.m. Circulation Manager Dena Oberski ))Survival, Preparedness, Homesteading Expo Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 JTrans Office, 3988 Old Cottondale Rd, Marianna.
email@example.com 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wausau Possum Palace, Wausau. p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Agenda will include adoption of CTC annual Learn how to be prepared for emergencies. Venders Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. evaluation and regional performance report. CONTACT US on hand. Fee $3 children 5 and under free. Call n Jackson County Branch of the NAACP
Telephone: 850-526-3614 596-1452. TUESDAY, NOV. 12 monthly meeting 6 p.m. St. James AME Church
FAX: 850-482-4478 B Kittrell Family Reunion 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ) Toys for Tots applications Anchorage in Marianna.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Alford Community Center in Alford. Come and bring Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- ),Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The
Street Address: a well filled basket. Call 832-6552.: plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys Oaks Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's
4403 Constitution Lane a Celebrating Veterans -11 a.m. at St. James will be distributed on'Dec. 21starting at 10 a.m. focus is the local community, "Community,
Marianna,FL 32La448 A.M.E. Church, 2891 Orange St., Marianna. Military Chipola College Spring registration 8 Children & Character." Call 526-3142.
Of111arianna. 2 Hveterans and their families are encouraged to at- a.m. to 3 p m. for new and returning students. Call )) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion,
Office Hours:- tend the service, when all veterans will be honored 718-2211. 8-9 p.m., First United Methodit Church, 2901CaleWeekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and celebrated. s St. Anne Thrift Stor 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. donia St.,'Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
n Blue Springs Society, Children of the Ameri- Anne's Catholic Churchi 309 5th St., Marianna. limited to persons with a desir to stop drinking; MISS YOUR PAPER? can Revolution & the Chipola junior American Call 482-3734. papers will not be signed.
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SAlcoholics Anonymous Meeti ing Marianna. Call 352-4984. B Farm City Day Breakfast 7-9 a.m. AgriculSUBSCRIPTION RATES the boardroom of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, )) Optimist Club of Jackson County Board ture Conference Center, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 5429 College Drive; Graceville. Meeting Noon at 4476 Broad St., Marianna. Marianna. Honoring Jackson County Agriculture for three months $62.05 for six months; )) Woman's Club presents "Fall with Flair" for 40 Years'." Come out and celebrate Jackson for three months; $62.05for six months; flower show Noon at the club house on the cor- County Agriculture in honoring our Farm Families. and $123.45 for one year. All prices include MONDAY NOV.11 ner of Clinton and Caledonia Streets in Marianna. Jackson County Extension is collecting peanut butapplicable state and local taxes. Mail a Toys for Tots applications Anchorage Tickets $10 each or 5 for $40. Call 526-3541.' ter to contribute to local food pantries and is asking Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- every family that attend to donate an unopened jar subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys )) Sewing Circle -p.m.at Jackson County of peanut butter to help "Take a bite out of Hnger" subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; will be distributed on Dc. 21starting at 10 a.m. Senior Citizens, 2931 Optirist Drive in Marianna. in Jackson County. $92.24 for six months: and $184.47 for one B Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's Alcoholics Anonymouspen Meeting Small Business Seminar "Restaurant year. Buffet & Grill;4329 Lafayette St.Marianna Call Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Fundamentals" 9:30-11:30 a.m., in Room 482-2005. Noon to I p.m. in the AA room of First United M-108; Chipola College Business and Technology u o 482-20m5e Methodist Church, 2901Caledonia St. in Marianna. building, Marianna. Learn to analyze food costs, ADVERTISING Blue Springs Society, Children of the Ameri- I ano dst s
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ments in which the error occurred, whether email@example.com. n Autism Support Group Meeting 6 p.m. in experienced hand crafters welcome to create, such error is due to the negligence of the Vetean's Day Parade 5 p.m. Veterans f For- the First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, Mari- share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482such error is due to the negligence of the Veteran's Daanna (Clinton Street entrance). Family members, 9631. publisher's employees or otherwise, and eign Wars Post 12046 of Marianna hosting. Come celebrate and give thanks and support the veterans caregivers and service providers welcome. Call n 2nd Annull Swinging for Santa Golf Toumathere shall be hot liability for nomninser- who have served this great nation. The parade will 526-2430. .ment- 11a.m. Registration at Indian Springs Golf tion of ariy advertisement beyond the start at Madison St. and conclude at Wynn St. Call B Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 Course. Lunch 12:15 p.m. Four man scramble. amount paid for such advertisement. This 209-1797. p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Entry fee $65 per person (includes lunch). Pronewspaper will not knowingly accept or n Jackson County Qulters Guild Meeting Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. ceeds to benefit the Jackson County Christmas publish illegal material of any kind. Adyertis- - 5:30-7:30 p.m:atAscension Lutheran Church, Fn .. ing which expresses preference based on 3975 U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13 B Chess Club 6-8 p.m. First United Methodist egay protee pferna erst i are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, Toys for Tots applications Anchorage Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by legally protected personal characteristics is lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638. Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- Marianna Optimist Club for students forstudents not acceptable. B Special Budget Meeting 5:45 city of Cotton- plications will be taken until noon on Dec, 6. All toys 8 -18 years of age in Jackson County. All students dale to adopt the 2013-14 millage rate and budget. will be distributed on Dec.21 starting at 10 a.m. and their parents are welcome. Player ofall skillHOWTO G YOUR Will convene at 6 p.m. for regular commission B Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 0473.0
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The Jackson County Floridan will publish n Autism Support Group Meeting 6- 7:30 Methodist Church, 2901CaledoniaSt. in Marianna. Celebrate Recovery -7 p.m. at Evangel Worp.m. First Presbyterian Church, 2898 Jefferson Adult, teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and news of general interest free of charge. St., Marianna. (Fellowship hall entrance on Clinton THURSDAY, NOV. 14 hang-ups' Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call Submit your news or Community Calendar Street across from Hancock Bank) Call 557-7146 or eventsvia e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. B Toys for Tots applications Anchorage 209-7856, 573-1131. Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to:.Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box 520. Marianna, FL 32447 anniversary and birth announcements. email firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna. Forms are available at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good quality and Police Roundup suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the to edit all submissions. Marianna Police The Jackson County Sheriff's larcepy complaints, two civil 20 grams, violation of state
GhttoIt IsI Department Office and county fire/rescue disputes, one trespass com- probation.
ETTING IT RIHT reported the plaint, two juvenile complaints, a Cedric Dallas, 21, 4834 Ditty The Marianna Police De- following one animal complaint, one sex Road, Bascom, aggravated fleeThe Jackson County Floridan's policy partment listedthe following - incidents for offense, one fraud complaint, ing or eluding, reckless driving, is to correct mistakes promptly. To incidents for Nov. 7, the latest --Nov. 7, the 13 property checks, two assists aggravated assault on a law report an error, please call 526-3614 available report: Two acci- C latest avail- of other agencies, two welfare enforcement officer. Monday-Friday. dents, one reckless driver, three able report: checks, one transport and three n Natalie Williamson, 30, 3070
suspicious persons, one escort, One accident, 911 hang-ups. Carters Mill Road, Marianna, one burglar alarm, 11 traffic two suspicious vehicles, one violation of conditional release. S.stops, one civil dispute, one sex clothing escort, two funeral Jackson County Matthew Pettis, 20, 4125
-:__offense, one assist of another escorts, two reports of niental .Correctional Facility North St. (Lot 5), Marianna, agency, one public service call, illness, one physical distur- failure to appear. one threat/harassment comrn- bance, one verbal disturbance, The following persons were plaint, one 911 hang-up and 11 four file calls, 10 medical booked into the countyjail dur- Jail Population: 217 home security checks. calls, four traffic crashes-one ing the latest reporting periods: with entrapment, two burglar n Nathaniel Hamby, 29, 4121 To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers Jackson County alarms, one report of shooting Old U.S. Road, Marianna, pos- at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement JCFLORIDAN.COIVM Sheriff's Offices in the area, 12 traffic stops, four session of marijuana-less than agency.
ArJohn(A.J.)Edwa The most wonderful time of the year
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7:42 a.m. on Oct. 16 in T t's that time of the year they can't put money aside family's expenses to make blessing? a Tallahassee hospital. when our biggest holi- that's not available. unwise purchases, and For the many Christians He weighed 7 pounds 6 .days are upon us. This To others, suffer later. in our world, despite all ounces and she weighed time of the year brings this is the It would be great if some the glitter and commer4 pounds and 14 ounces. out some of the strongest most emo- of the strong emotions we cialization that accompaTheir parents are Don- emotions we Americans tional time of exhibit during this time of nies Christmas, shouldn't nie and Janna Edwards feel. the year from the year could be geared the birth of Jesus, the of Sneads. Spending time with our a completely toward the real meaning of Savior of this world, be a families and enjoying a To different the holidays, and less on great reason within itself scrumptious meal is al- Thom S viewpoint. the financial aspects. By for celebration? ways great to look forward Vitncent With the doing so it could dimin- Over the years, things to. For some there is the Murphy uncomfort- ish many of the feelings seem to have gotten excitement and eagerness able eco- wrapped around money more and more compliof purchasing gifts for nomic situation and the and things and help us cated when it comes to Harley Greer Walker those they care for, and shortage of employment, focus more on the reason our holidays. Each of us was born at 1:01 a.m. the looking forward to the many of our citizens are for the season, should enjoy our holidays on Oct. 23 at Jackson gifts they might possibly in the survival mode; and Shouldn't the holidays in the best way that fits Hospital in Marianna. be receiving from those the thought of facing the be an exciting time of our personal capabilities; She weighed 6 pounds, that have special feelings holidays can be stressful the year for everyone, no but maybe if we simply 2 ounces, and was 181/4 for them. and depressing. matter what their status? get back to the basics of inches long at birth. If a person has been The businesses and en- Don't allow the times what our holidays actuHer parents are Tammy blessed to be in the posi- trepreneurs look forward that should be meant Ully stand for, there would Colon and CodyWalker. tion to give gifts because to this time of the year, for celebration and joy be much less stress and Grandparents are The- of their financial status, or because it can fatten their turn into times of frustra- depression for many of resa Colon from Mari- because they did the wise accounts "big time." Their tion and stressfulness. our citizens. anna, Rafael Colon from thing and put money aside goal is to advertise prod- When we think about the For those who are able, West Palm Beach, Jeff during the time leading ucts that are hard to resist, many things we should this would be a great time and Rita Walker and June up to the holidays, more and it usually works. In be thankful to God for, to help someone in need. Pridgeon from Perry. power to them. Bfit re- fact, it works so well that including life itself, how We should look forward to member; some people are many folks spend money could the Thanksgiving spending quality time with barely able to make it, so' that is needed for their holiday be anything but a our family and friends.
Emily Dianna Tucker was
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Tucker. Grandparents o are Laura.Cullifer from TIWo Egg, Charles Blount wer.om/ from Chattahoochee Special to the Floridan renovations to improve time gold medal award and Overta Tucker and facilities and enhance recipient. Since 1935, the Jefloridannews Donald Peterson from The Florida Department water quality and the Florida Park Service has Donalsonville, Ga. Great- of Environmental Protec- environment: The Mu- provided recreational acgrandparents are Roy tion is celebratingVet- seum and Environmental tivities, while preserving, Tucker and Exie Peterson erans Day with free park Education Center ($2 per interpreting and restorfrom Malone, Charles Smith from Greenwood entry for everyone at state person) and the glass bot- ing natural and cultural Petetson from Marianna, and Patricia Blount from parks* on Monday, Nov. tom boats tours ($9.99 per resources. Suzanne and Jimmy Ne- Chattahoochee. 11. The Florida Park Ser- person) will be available For more information vice encourages residents for visitors. on state parks in your and visitors to celebrate Florida State Parks also area, visit the Florida State Ja'Von Tyree White veterans and active mili- preserve an abundance of Parks website or download was born at 1:20 a.m. tary personnel by bringing historical and cultural sites the Florida State Parks on Oct. 30 at Jackson them to one of the 171 that honor the nation's Pocket Ranger app, which Hospital in Marianna. state parks and trails to en- fallen service members. In is available on iTunes He weighed 6 pounds, joy outdoor activities. Apalachicola, visitors can and Android Market by
2.5 ounces, and was 19 Here in Jackson County pay respect to Vietnam searching "Florida Pocket inches long at birth. His you have the choice of two Veterans at Orman House Ranger" and is identified parents are Angela Mer- state parks to visit: Florida Historic State Park's under ParksByNature 5ritt and Marques White. Caverns State Park in Three Servicemen Statue, Network. It is also availGrandparents are Kim Marianna and Three Riv- a bronze replica of the able on PocketRanger. son Hixson from Marianna, ers State Park in Sneads. Vietnam memorial statue com and is formatted as iatso Tommy Merritt from "Veterans Day offers a in Washington, D.C. For a mobile website: http:I// Ashland City, Tenn., and, wonderful opportunity to Veterans Day, several parks fl.pocketranger.com. Barbara Ann White fr9m spend time with a veter- are hosting special events, *Free day time entry Cottondale. an," said Donald Forgione, including Fort Clinch to any state park except watsoniewelers.com director of the Florida Park State Park in Fernandina Skyway Fishing Pier State Downtown Marianna Service, "I encourage you Beach, which is hosting Park. 850.482.4037 Rodrigo Maldonado was to invite a veteran to visit the History of the Ameriborn 3:20 p.m. on Oct. a Florida State Park with can Soldier event and 30 at Jackson Hospital in you. You can then spend Ellie Schiller Homosassa Marianna. He weighed the day hiking, bicycling, Springs State Park in Ho7 pounds, 1.1 ounces, picnicking, bird watch- mosassa, where volunteers and was 19V2 inches ing or a variety of other are organizing a gift drive long at birth. His par- outdoor activities." project for soldiers serving ents are Rosa antl Jose As the newest member of in Afghanistan. Maldonado. the park system, residents In October, the Florida will be able to enjoy free State Parks System won
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A Veterans Day
with fewer vets
A t many fancy banquets in Washington, D.C., it's
customary for the band to play the official songs
f the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and
Coast Guard. And it is the custom of audience members who've served with those branches of our military
to stand at attention.
Each year, fewer and fewer do and they're older and
grayer but visibly proud of their service. On Monday, we
honor veterans with a holiday meant to mark the end
of that human meat grinder known as World War I. First
celebrated in 1919 as Armistice Day, it now pays tribute
to all who have served their country in uniform.
Last year, there were 21.2 million veterans in the United States, but their numbers, thanks to the fine grinding Gettysburg Address still powerful at 150 of the actuarial tables, are fast dwindling: 9.6 million of
them are older than 65 and 1.8 million of them younger than 35.
It is a clear imbalance but not necessarily a bad one. arely has a president been so vain, that this nation under God We are fighting no' great wars, and this administration is wrong. shall have a hew birth of freedom, making only'token efforts to get involved in sniall ones. "The world will little note and that government of the people, We are, as much as we've ever been, a nation at peace, nor longiemember what we say by the people, for the people shall and we are willing to spend as much as the rest of the here..." So Abraham Lincoln pre- not perish from the earth." world combined to keep it that way. dicted in his brief, eloquent speech The war'would grind onfor two
But even as Veterans Day approached, Defense at the dedication of the cemetery more years, but in two minutes, Secretary Chuck Hagel was wheeling anid dealing with in Gettysburg on Nov. 19, 1863. he assigned surviving Americans Congress to ward off further budget cuts. He has com- The sesquicentennial of the Civil the task ofrenewingthe promise plained that projected cutbacks of $1 trillion during War mostlyhas commemorated of freedom for all. His critics were the next decade will weaken the muscle and bone of bloody battles. Now we turn to the Bodies that had been hastily livid. Some complained that the military readiness. powerful words that shaped our buried in makeshift graves on the president was deliberately misleadThe cutbacks have changed America's longstanding views. battlefield were still being interred ing the public about American
strategy of being able to fighttwo large wars and one At Gettysburg National Battle- in the new Soldiers' National history. The country was founded smaller one simultaneously. Army Chief of Staff Gen. field Park, Dedication Day Cemetery. on the Constitution, which had Ray Odierno warns that if theArmy continues to shrink, ceremonies are Nov. 19. A series of Lincoln had been invited to make avoided any mention of equality. the military might not be able to deal with even one lectures, book-signings and other "a few appropriate remarks." His A Chicago newspaper called the contingency. events Nov. 16-23 will commemo- 272-word speech changed forever address "a perversion of history so Our country has often been taken by surpriseand un- rate the Gettysburg Address. the wayAmericans think about our flagrant that the-most extended prepared to find itself at war. But we have always risen The address is one of the most country and the Civil War. charity cannot regard it as othertoithe occasion, and in eye-opening ways. noted and quoted speeches in his- "Up to the CivilWar 'the Ufiited wise than willful," historian David
The universal draft threw together Ivy Leaguers, farm tory, but Lincoln wasn't the main States' was invariably a plural noun:. Herbert Donald writes in his 1995 boys, intellectuals and illiterates that the armed forces speaker that day. The orator was 'The United States are a free coun- book, "Lincoln." trained for battle in World War II. In four years, they Edward Everett, a former senator try.' After Gettysburg it became a Donald says Wilbur E Storey also helped to defeat two great military powers. Later troops, and secretary of state who delivered singular: 'The United States is a free wrote that the soldiers who perfirst as draftees and then volunteers, served on battle- a two-hour address. We laugh about country,"' writes Wills, author of the ished on the battlefield died "to fields in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan and long-winded Everett, but, historian 1992 book "Lincoln at Gettysburg." uphold the Constitution and the elsewhere or strove to keep peace. GarryWills reminds us, in the 19th In his remarks, Lincoln reached Union created by it," not to "dediOn Veterans Day, we must thank our veterans and century lengthy dramatic speeches back to the Declaration of Indepen- cate the nation to 'the proposition we must nurture the generations that will take their were a kind of performance art. dence to reframe the war as a fight that all men are created equal.'" place. One day, they too will stand tall when the band Four months earlier, on July for liberty and freedom. The nation One thing is clear Lincoln's-ideas strikes up the service songs. 3, 1863, the Union had'worn the was "conceived in liberty and still speak to us. It's wellodrth r e: three-day Battle of Gettysburg. dedicated to the proposition that all membering the power of words. More than 50,000 Confederate men are created equal," he said. Marsha Mercer writes from Washington You may and Union troops were dead, And, "we here highly resolve that contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org. captured, missing or wounded. these dead shall not have died in 2013 Marsha Mercer. All rights reserved.
FLetters home from the front during World War I
WILL HAVE BY JAMES F. BURNS Gun Battalion. a hard time writing. The Jerries are
SRK n England, June 27, 1918. Death what you would call the Huns. The arroll Hosbrook, a farm boy Grandma, I arrived over here safe boys bring in stuff from the front from Ohio, found himself and sure had a wonderful trip. they get off the dead and from prisin a small French village on Don't worry a bit about me because oners. I just looked at a nice leather Nov. 11, 1918. Bells in a bombed- Uncle Sam will take care of me. The belt with "Gott Mitt Uns" on the out church were still intact, ringing weather is very cool, and I'd like to buckle. This means "God is with us." out the good news of the Armistice have a sleeveless sweater as soon as Do you thinkGod is with them? having just been signed. Carroll possible. I will fight a lot harder for a France, Oct. 29, 1918. Dear was writing home on this historic *you if I am warm. Ha, ha. Grandma, Our roof got damaged in day, paft of a series of letters that' ) Somewhere in France, July17, the fighting. I just learned Austria. chronicled his service. My Uncle 1918. Dear Aunt, We are billeted has given in to President Wilson's Carroll had a wry sense of humor, in old house on the outskirts of a peace terms. Next will be the Huns. an eye for girls, and a strong sense nice French village. We saw some They aie whipped but too stubborn of duty to family and country. churches and other buildings 300 to give up. I see lots of them, and ) Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, years old. No doubt, they have a most look like they are fed up to the Ohio May 6, 1918. Dear Grand- great history but I am not over here neck with War. Listen, Grandma, E ma, Well, I fired the machine gun for to study history. As I was writing don't worry anymore about that the first time this morning. It made this letter, two aeroilanes Went 'sweater since I got one issued to r I my ears ring as if someone had hit over where we are stationed. They me.
me. Then I got my second inocula- were allies but I couldn't make out a Somewhere over here, Nov. SAHLER. tion shot; it was abigger shot but the nationality. Gee, I like to hear 11, 1918. This has been some day. @2013 Jeff Stabler/Dist. by Universal UClick for UFS has not made me sick (yet).You said their engines hum- it's music to We got news this morning that the sister Harriet had the headache. Let me. Tell Grandma not to worry. I am Huns had given up and signed the her come up here and take some of coming back to all. armistice. There is'a big church here L.ttrS 0 Athe stuff I got to take, and it could a France, Sept. 19, 1918. Dear which is partly destroyed, but it has
Submitltters cure her headaches. I haven't got a Grandma, I am in a British field a bell still intact, and it has been girl up here, so get a real pretty one hospital. My sickness is the diar- ringing since noon. The Yanks sure enaitdtoriajoi a down there to write me. That shot rhea. The sicker boys have beds, gave the Huns a good hot chase. I the rghttedit in my back is starting to work on my and the ones that ain't so sick sleep guess they will think twice lIefore
include y knees. They feel like they are going on stretchers. There are nine Tom- they start out to take theworld lo u s r ter a 1 to fall off. But don't worry about me. mies [British soldiers] in this tent again. printed. r moreI will take care of myself, with me, and they are trying to sell James F Burns, a native of Cincinnati, is a Carroll Hosbrook, 324th Machine me some of Jerry's stuff, so I have professor emeritus at the University of Florida.
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Saying thankyou from the bottom of my heart
In today's society there performing miracles every each and every one of you HENRY AND JACKIE leaders and state officials leaders is polygamy, the are so many uncertain- day helping me make for giving to us. MCCROAN AND FAMILY have sat down and read right to have two or more ties in life, but there is improvement and become We would especially to Cypress carefully what the medical wives at the same time.. one thing that we can be stronger each day. thank Dr. Fulmer, all his field says about the sexual We have those living in certain of- God is still In sayingthis, Godhas staff and the most amaz- WhenM Will SOenatoS activityof these homosex- our countrynowwho supin control and he is still blessed us with the most ing physical therapy staff take a stand? uals? I also would like to port this and practice it in performing miracles. I can caring and lving family, there could ever be. Again, I am not surprised that know how many of these their native country. The say this without a shadow friends and community thank you, and may God our U.S. senators passed individuals know what the House of Representatives of a doubt because I am a in the world and so many bless each and every one by a vote of 64 for and 32 Bible, God's word, says say it will not pass. miracle he has performed. of God's ministers to pray of you. opposed to stop compa- about this type of rela- I ask them if they are goI have no memory of the for me. During this time, while I nies from discrimination tionship, male with male, ing to stand on their moral time I spent in Panama Words cannot begin have been bedridden, the against gay people who female with female. principle oriif they are goCity at Bay Medical, but I to explain or express the verse "By His stripes we apply for a job. Ninety I ask all these questions ing to take a position that have been told that I was thanks and appreciation are healed," Isaiah 53:56, percent of Fortune 500 because I believe that we will assure them they will very, very close to death, we have to everyone for has been on my bed. This companies also support have a nation that is anti- return to office the next
Once I woke up from all the thoughts, prayers, verse is a promise of God the same law. Twenty- God and anti-Bible. Even a time they have to run for sleeping, I was in Atlanta phone calls, visits, gifts and if you have faith; it two of our 50 states have high percentage of church it. I close by saying, wake at Emory University Hos- and financial help we have works. "I am proof of this." passed similar laws. leaders support this sin. up, America. pital. I have been moved received during this pe- Praise the Lord! I wonder how many of I will not be surprised REV. DR. BILLY to Graceville for physi- riod of time. We pray and MELISSA (MISSY) AND these senators, company that the next thing that is BRUNER, TH. D. Ical therapy and God is know that God will bless BRYAN OWENS promoted by our political Cottondale
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member him speaking of in 1921 in Ponce De Leon, 32-year career he flew medals was for 15,000 acEditor's note: This story flying refueling missions Fla., to John T. and Stella 16,818 hours in 25 types cident-free flying hours, Edna M. on retired Col. John T Par- for the U-2 spy plane and Parish. He graduated from of aircraft. He spent one the Army Paratroop wings,
Faircloth ish Jr. was provided by even working a mission high school and worked year assigned to Vietnam, and an honorary memfamily members who live during his time inVietnam his way through Michigan where he flew 153 combat bership into the Chiefs Mrs. Edna M. Faircloth, in and/or grew up in Jack- where he assisted in a mis- State University, where he missions with his troops. Sergeants Association.
passed away on son County. His brother sion into Cambodia where enlisted in the Army Air There were many firsts in He retired from HeadNoagve ber, 2013.She wa 'Steve Parish, lives here, and he helped rescue over 200 Corp, the forerunner to his career. For instance, quarters 21st Air Force at born August 2, 1937 to grandsonChrisisaJackson Cambodian children wait- the Air Force. Like many he was the first qualified McGuire AF Base, in AuOnnie and Cooper Mercer. County native who gradu- ing in the banana trees young men, he went di- pilot on three new airlift gust of 1975, flying his last Following graduation from qted from Marianna High surrounded by dead bod- rectly from college to pilot aircraft, including the C- mission only days before. Cottondale High School Schoolin 1988. ies in the wire near the training and earned his 141. He worked directly Hisnamewasembedded and Florida State Hospital fields. I -have not officially wings in June 1945. with the Lockheed Co. to in the Wall of Honor Foil at School of Nursing in 1959, "I used to listen to my verified this information He instructed in the B- secure this plane for the the Udvar-Hazy Aviation she began a nursing career uncle speak about his and look forward to learn- 25 for a short period of Air Force. Among his 36 Center of the Smithsonian and raising a family. She time flying with awe," ing more from him." time and was reassigned awards and decorations Complex, where Col. Parmarried Gene Faircloth in Chris Parish wrote in the Retired Air Force Col. to the Strategic Air Lift are threp that he holds ish has his name listed. 1957 and had two children
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Memorial Hospital, with a Special to the Floridan formation throughout spiritual care to patients general physician and back northwest Florida and and their families when a to Florida State Hospital November is National south Alabama. cure is not possible. Hoswhere she retired from Hospice and Palliative "Every year, more than pice and palliative care From staff reports ing about away from that nursing in 1998 after 42 Care Month and hos- 1.65 million people liv- combines the highest area. MPD officers caught years in nursing. Her interests included sewing, pices across the country ing with a life-limiting level of quality medical Golson Elementary, up with him on McPherfriends, her family and her are reaching out to raise illness receive care from care with the emotional School was locked down son Street and turned him Seminoles! Edna loved awareness about im- hospice and palliative and spiritual support briefly Friday after a man over to the county depupeople' and took great portant care issues for care providers in this that families need most with potential mental ties, who took him back to pride in her children, people coping with life- country," said Dale O. when facing the end of health issues jumped Jackson Hospital.' grandchildren and great limiting illness. Knee, president arnd CEO life. a fence' there and ran A few hours later, the grandchildren. Covenant Hospice will of Covenant Hospice. Celebrating its 30th an- through the grounds. Jack- man left again and was
She is survived by her use this annual health- "These highly-trained niversary, Covenant Hos- son County deputies had tracked down a second son, Jeff Faircloth of care observance to help professionals don't only pice is a not-for-profit brought him to Jackson time by MPD officers. He Sneads, FL tw daughters people learn more about provide quality medical organization dedicated Hospital Thursday night was locked behind Zaxhassee, FL and Elaine hospice and palliative care. They work to make to providing comprehen- after he tried to harm by's restaurant after he ran Faircloth of Pensacola, FL; care. Throughout the sure patients and fami- sive;, compassionate ser- himself. He left the hospi- through the parking lot of seven grandchildren, Jessi- month, organizations lies find dignity, respect, vices to patients and tal sometime early Friday a car dealership across the ca Porter (Shawn) of across the nation are and love during life's loved ones during times without clearance to do street and shed his long Sneads, Lauren Faircloth of hosting activities that most difficult journey."- of life-limiting illnesses. so, and Marianna Police pants in favor of the shorts Sneads, Tyler Henry, Jake focuson celebrating this Hospice is more than For more information Department officers were he had on underneath. He Powell, Josh (Sarah) Po- unique system of sup-' traditional healthcare. about Covenant Hospice called in to help find him. was subsequently turned well, Brennan Faircloth, port and the benefits Hospice and pallia- or to make a hospice in- After he was seen scaling back over to deputies, who and .Maddox Faircloth. Six provided by the loving tive care programs pro- quiry, contact 850-482- the fence at Golson, the transported him to a mengreat grandchildren, John care ofhospice. Covenant vide pain management, 8520, toll free at 888- school was locked down tal health facility in PanaMichael Porter, Oliva Porter, Kaylee Powell,Kiara Hospice is committed to symptom control, psy- 817-2191 or visit www. untilhewasobservedmov- ma City. Garrett, Gabble and bringing important -in- chosocial support, and covenanthospice.org. McKenzie Bellamy. One f_ sister, Benarr Levandoski a ished. Those areas on the of Leesburg, Fl; ard Chase Streetman retires from A port north side of the building
brother-in-law Angelo RiI cover about 4,000 square Cavallaro of Jacksonville, From Page 1lA feet. FL. was FromPagelA n H ospitalboard one to cut down on the An interior stairwell will
She was preceded in and officers used a confusion that some visi- be closed off from the rest death by her h husband, baton to' shatter a Special to the Floridan treasurer of the board tors feel when they arrive of the building by a new
daughter, Carson Faircloth side window in or- of trustees and as chair- afid try to locate the FBO. firewall, and the second and her parents, Onnie and der to gain access Jackson ,Hospital an- man of the building and The signwallwillalsoserve floor may be improved if Cooper Mercer. to Dallas' inside nounced that Jamie Street- grounds committee during to hide some unsightly but it is not up to current code
Visitation is planned by the locked vehicle. man will retire from its the hospital's renovation necessary airport equip- standards.
the family Sunday, Novem- After this, Dallas board of trustees after five and expansion. ment, like emergency Last Tuesday, Donofro ber 10, 2013 from 5:00 til 'ignored additional years of service. "Jackson Hospital is con- generators and such.. A presented the conceptual 7:00 PM "CST at Lanier- commands to get Dr. Sarah Clemmons, tinuing to move forward," portion of the parking drawings his company Andler Funeral Home in out of the vehicle. chairman of the hospital's Streetman said. "They are area willbe resurfaced and produced for the project. Sneads Funeral Services Officers then used board of trustees present- currently in the process lined, as well. Some of the incorporated 11, 2013, at 10:00 AM CST,November a stun gun to sub- ed Streetman with a plaque of expanding the infu- Another major improve- ideas came from pilots
at the First Baptist Church due him, allowing and said, "Jackson Hospi- sion center in order to ment will come in the form who regularly use the airin Sneads. Burial will take them to remove tal and Jackson Hospital serve more patients in our of a covered drive/walk- port, he said. place at Pope Cemetery. him and place him Board are very grateful for community." way that will allow visitors Commissioners will
In Lieu of flowers contri- in custody. Jamie Streetman's gener- Streetman is a communi- to walk directly into the eventually be asked to apbutions can be made to After being medi- ous service over the past tyleader having also served FBO without getting them- prove the final designs. Greg's Mission, 1471 Pali- cally cleared, he five years. His commitment as chairman of the Jackson selves or their belongings Donofro said the work sades Drive, Coralville, lo- was taken to the to the community and pro- County Chamber of Com- wet on rainy days. should take about six wa 52241 or Children Jackson 'County viding quality health care is merce in 2009. Some unused add-ons to months once the plans Home Society, 2954 Penn jail to await first much appreciated." He is' the district the building which are not are approved and other Avenue Marianna, 2448 appearance on the, During his tenure, Street- sales manager at Exide up to the current desired preliminary steps are 32448
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Pirates, Dawgs go down in finales
BY DUSTIN KENT take a 28-0 lead and cruise to with midway through the first said just didn't have much left in theyear.
email@example.com victory in the second half. period made it 14-0 Liberty, the tank. Despite that, Thomas said he It was just the second win of with a TD pass to Jarrod Beck- "We were banged up to pieces," believes there is reason for optiThe Sneads Pirates and Mari- the season for the 5A Rams, who with early in the'second quarter the coach said. "We didn't play as mism going forward with a team anna Bulldogs concluded their improved to 2-8 in the season fi- staking the Bulldogs to a 21- good up front tonight as we have that returns 34 of the 40 players seasons Friday night by suffer- nale, while the Bulldogs finished point advantage. this year, and our backs didn't who dressed out Friday night. ing through lopsided road loss- their season-at 2-8 as well. Sneads got ohi the board with a run as hard because we're just "We lost five games, and toes, with Sneads falling to Liberty Sneads also had a tough time touchdownrunbyAntwan Durn, banged up and worn out. We've night was.the biggest loss of the County 28-7 in Bristol and Ruth- on.'the road Friday against play- but Liberty County scored on its got to take this offseason and get season, so we're young and still erford dealing Marianna a 38-7 off-bound Liberty County, with very next play from scrimmage bigger, stronger and faster, and competitive," the coach said. "I defeat at Tommy Oliver Stadium the Bulldogs jumping on the to go. up 28-7, where the score work on our passing game." think it was a good experience in Panama City. Pirates early with a touchdown remained to the end. The. Pirates had an oppor- for us, the fact that I got to learn The Bulldogs were over- pass from Micah McCaskill to Durn went over 100 yards rush- tunity with a win to'finish the the kids and they got to learn me whelmed from the start by the Hunter Jacobs for a 7-0 lead just ing for the gane, but that was ex- year with a winning record for and. what I expect from them, Rams, who scored 14 points in over two minutes into the game. tent of the highlights for a Pirates the first time since 2006, but each of the first two periods to A long TD run by Ben Beck- squad that coach Bill Thomas the loss dropped them to 4-5 on See LOSSES, Page 2B
CHIPLEY TOPS GRACEVILLE Bifinish
BY DUSTIN KENT
The No. 4 Chipola Lady Indians used
a 21-4 run over the final seven minutes
of the game- Friday night to blow open a
close one and take a 68-45 win over South
Georgia Tech at the Milton H. Johnson
Health Center to improve to 2-0 on the
If was the second night of the (irls Basketball Report Classic, and after an easy
93-34 win over Eastern Florida State on
Thursday night, the Lady Indians found
the going much tougher early on against
a feisty Lady Jets squad.
South Georgia Tech took advantage
of some early foul trouble by the Lady
PHOTO BY JOSH MATTOX/FOR THE FLORIDAN
hipley's Marcus Swint looks to get around a Graceville player during Friday's homecom- See CHIPOLA, Page 2B
ing game at Chipley High School. Chipley beat Graceville .48-14 to finish the season with
a record of 7-3. GHS ends the season at 4-6.
Lady Hornets battle yoith lack of numbers
BY DUSTIN KENT with the rest of the roster firstname.lastname@example.org ing made up of five freshmen until sophomore Gonzalez
The Cottondale Lady Hor- returns from injury.
nets finished last season with But Pittman said she likes a winning record and a play- the, potential and especially off appearance, but they will the attitude of her freshman have an uphill climb to repli- players so far.
cate that success after losing "The freshmen really have PHOTO BYDANIELWILLIAMS/FORTHE FLORIDAN much of last year's core. been showing their enthusi- Chipola's Khadijah Ellison tries to make a shot The Lady Hornets lost point asm and love for the game, under the basket during a game Thursday night guard and leading scorer and of course their basket- at the Milton H.Johnson Health Center. KhadejahWard and shooting ball skills are there," the guard Kendriece Gardner to coach said. "They have a lot graduation, with underclass- to learn, but they are willing / Malone Basketball nien Tsara Peace, Aaliyah to learn and their attitude Blount and Kadiesha Blount has been great. They'll have '., M l n also not playing this year. no choice but to contribute Guard Deunna Gonzalez withour numbers down, but is still recovering from an they've been willing to show fall to W alton in ACL injury and won't be back up in practice, so they'll get until late December or early minutes and contribute. January,leaving Cottondale They justhave to figureitout preseason am e with just three rotation play- as they go. They're learning ers from last season to start and I really believe they'll the year. contribute, but there may be BY DUSTIN KENT "It's going to be a challenge some growing pains." email@example.com for us," Cottondale coach Brittany Robinson and BritShan Pittman said. of over- tany Johnson will help out Thh Malone Lady Tigers played their first coming the lack of numbers with their speed in the back- and only preseason warm-up game Thursand experience. "But it's like court, while Arionna Johnson FLORIDAN FILE PHOTO day night in Ponce De Leon, falling to the a card game; whatever hand drew raves, from Pittman as a Brooklyne Brown puts up a shot for Cottondale during a game last Walton Lady Braves 58-A8. is dealt to me, I'll do my best combo forward, and LaPortia season. Malone led 11-10 after one quarter, but to make the best out of. it. Vaughn will try to overcome 10 post duo of Borders and can tell she has matured as Walton went ahead for good in the second Practice has been challeng- her 5-foot-5 stature to make Franklin needed to provide a a player and has really taken quarter and took a 28-21 edge into the ing with the low numbers, an impact in the post. consistent inside presence, that leadership role that De- halftime break but we're doing our best to Of course the Lady Hornets Pittman said she believes at jah and Kendriece once car- The Lady Tigers cut the deficit to four make do." will still need big production this point that the returning ried," the coach said. "I feel with two minutes left in the third quarSenior Jakeena Borders and from their veteran players, trio is up to the task. like Brooklyne can carry a big ter, when Curteeona Brelove picked juniors Cheyanne Franklin, with Brown being called on "Brooklyne has really portion of that (scoring) load up her fourth foul and went to the and Brooklyne Brown are to step up her scoring output stepped up her leadership that Dejah did last year, but bench. the only experienced players and fill the leadership void and has been has been enon the roster at the moment, left by Ward, and the 5-foot- couraging the other girls. You See COTTONDALE, Page 2B See MALONE, Page 2B
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Cottondale seem the Lady Pirates College Football Roundup
could be considered the
From Page l1 early favorites in District From Page 1B 2, but Pittman said she bewe're not putting it all on lieved the league is up ford a S t. ro ll her. I feel like others can grabs.
contribute as well. With "Sneads has a lot of good Cheyanne and Jakeena, players, but Blountstown The Associated Press they can cover the boards is very athletic and quick, and get rebounds and put- and you can never over- WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. Jabacks and make it tough on look Graceville," she said. meis Winston threw two touchpeople defensively to score "Do I see one team domi- down passes, and No. 3 Florida inside. Jakeena knows' nating this year? I don't. If State tied a school record with six how to use her body and we keep working, then we interceptions in a 59-3 rout dfWake Cheyanne is a very smart can be competitive again Forest on Saturday that clinched an player." and possibly make a run. I ACC championship game berth. With Ponce de Leon would like for us as a pro- Nate Andrews took an intercepmoved out of the district gram to make the play- tion 56 yards for a touchdown and and Sneads returning offs again, of course. You Jalen Ramsey returned a fumble all five starters from last always want to do better 23 yards for a score on consecutive year's No. 2 seed, it would than the past year." plays.
The Seminoles (9-0, 7-0) claimed
the inside track to a BCS title game AM alone Breana Dallas. berth with No. 2 Oregon's loss
"We did some good Thursday. They kept a firm grasp things, but we gave up too of it by forcing seven turnovers and From Page 18 many offensive rebounds breaking the stadium record of 56 When she returned and had to go to the bench points they set in 1994.
with five minutes left in earlier than we wanted Florida State outgained Wake the final period, Walton to, and we don't have as Forest (4-6, 2-5) 296-166 and THEASSOCIATEDPRESS had extended the lead much offensive produc- turned those turnovers into five Florida State linebacker Terrence Smith carries the ball after intercepting a Wake to eight and held off the tion there yet," he said. TDs and a field goal. Forest pass in the first half of the game in Winston-Salem, N.C., on Saturday. Lady Tigers the rest of the "If we keep giving up too Winston was 17-of-28 for 159 way. many offensive rebounds, yards in two-plus quarters with The Commodores snapped a 22- Murphywas Vandy's MVP in this Krista McQueen scored we're not going to do well. an 18-yard TD to Kelvin Benjamin game losing streak in the lopsided one, a loss that probably will leave 24 points to lead the It was hard for the girls to and a 2-yarder to Chad Abram that series and moved a step closer to the Gators (4-5, 3-4 SEC) out of a Lady Braves, followed adjust with it being their made it 42-0 at halftime. becoming bowl eligible for the bowl game for the first time since y Dea cker with first game, but they played third consecutive season under 1990.by Deja Tucker with first game, but they played Vanderbilt 34, Florida.17 coach James Franklin. The Commodores (5-4, 2-4)
Despit22. e foul trouble in The executionjust has to GAINESVILLE Tyler Murphy's It was another signattire win scored after each of Murphy's three both halves, BreloVe fin- be better, and that's my four turnovers led to three touch- forVanderbilt, which knocked off interceptions, taking advantage ished with 19 points to responsibility. But this was downs, helpingVanderbilt embar- Southeastern Conference power- ofshort fields to build a 24-3 lead. lead Malone. a learning experience for rass Florida on Saturday for the houses Georgia and Florida in the Vanderbilt finished with 12 first Lady Tigers coach Pres- us." program's first win in Gainesville same season for the first time in downs and 187 yards. Florida had ton Roberts said his team Dallas had 10 points for since 1945. school history. 26 first downs and 353 yards. didn't play poorly, but also Malone and Jakivia Hearns didn't do enough of the lit- had eight.
tle things to overcome foul Malone will open the The Pirates finished S IG N U P FO R problems that included regular season Monday in OSin third place in District two in the first quarter on Bonifay against Holmes 2-1A at 2-2 and a game Brelove and starting guard County. From Page lB behind 3-1 Cottondale how we do things, and for the runner-up playthe type of commitment off spot, while Marithree-point play by Dia- I want from them. We're anna was 1-2 in District pola monisha Sophus gave getting there. We've just 1-4A and finished third Chipola its first double- got a lot of work to do behind 2-1 East GadsFrom Page B digit lead at 45-34, but SGT in the weight room this den for the runner-up Indians, who got into fought back with a three- offseason." spot. the double bonus with pointer by Mike and asteal 10 team fouls less than and two from Shameekia CRA T nine minutes into the Murray to cut the margin game. back to six with nine min -A A pair of free throws by utes left.
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2nd Place Prize Hoyt Carbon Element Compound Bow ($1,39999 Value) 3rd Place Prize Hoyt CRX 35 Compound Bow ($79999 Value) 4th Place Prize Maul Jim Sunglasses (up to $200 Value) Sth Place Prize $150 McCoys Gift Card
Entry must be a Florida Whitetail Deer. Deadline for entries is March 2nd, 2014.
The whole dier mu~t be brought to McCoy's to qualify for the contest. All FBR score sheets must be submitted to McCoy's by March 9, 2014.
The highest grossed scored deer will determine the winner. No entry fee required.
Each entry is required to provide an official signed FBR score sheet.
Winners will be announced on March 11, 2014 and be published in the Jackson County Floridan on March 16, 2014.
Weekly entries will run in the Jackson County Floridan or go to www.jcfloridan.com to see all entries Each photo will be placed on our braggin' board located at McCoy's.
Enter at McCoy's Outdoors 2823 Jefferson St. Marianna, FL 850-526-2921
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Dear Annie A year ago, I had an argu- grateful his wife stays in touch. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. Biden, Goldbeg sitting side by side on meant, mostly via text, with my 37-year- 22) -A day off will do ride Amtrak an Amtrak train. old son. He was threatening to leave his Dear Anne: I am a 70-year-old widow. you good. Whether you WASH GTONBiden on Friday was bride of two weeks. I tried to get him to Two years ago, a friend told me that read a book or get out understand that he had made a seri- a classmate, "Tom," wanted to get in with friends, the time Here's a couple you his home state of Delaous commitment and shouldn't throw touch with me. The friend gave me Tom's will encourage you to be didnt expect to see rid- ware to accept an award it away so easily. Unfortunately, things phone number, and a few months later, I productive. ing the train together on from the Delaware Barescalated to include mor6 personal feel- called. We had a lovely conversation and SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- a Friday afternoon: Vice risters Association. ings on both sides. still talk at least once a week. Dec. 21) -You'll be torn President Joe Biden and The vicepresident's Despite a rocky first year, he recently Here's the problem: Tom said he was between'what you want Whoopi Goldberg. office says the locomocelebrated his first anniversary. However, coming to visit, but he hasn't. He drives and what you can do. Be The vice president's tive rendezvous was a since the disagreement, he has refused a truck and is semi-retired, so he can realistic and refrain from office tweeted a photo complete coincidence.
of Biden and the Oscarto speak to me. I emailed, texted and pretty much drive when he wants. From showing anger. inning comedienne From wire reports called, apologizing and begging him to his place to mine would take 12 hours, CAPRICORN (Dec. winning comedienne From wire reports talk this out. I acknowledged his birthday but he has family here, so it seems odd 22-Jan. 19) Look for Answer to Previous Puzzle and Christmas with gifts, but received that he still calls but there has been no a solution to a problem, ACROSS 43 Unbar, in no response. I then ceased attempts to visit. and you will realize that 1 Jacques in 46 ettiry contact him for several months, hoping I hope you can clear up this mystery. you have something to 6 Ohio city closer A I E D E A V E to give him some space. Still nothing. Tom is a widower, but if he had a girl- offer. 11 Oul and ja 48 Radio NR A My daughter-in-law and I have main- friend, I know he wouldn't be calling me AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. mid 50 Kind of I C AN tained a fairly close relationship, and she every week 19) Keep your ears 15 Posers cracker 0 T F E B RE frequently encourages my son to contact -- PENELOPE IN PORTLAND tuned in to what others 16 Male 54 Place of N A A R T RA T E me, as have some of his friepds and even Dear Penelope: Well, Tom could have a do and'say. If some- 18 xe 55Bose'styE SAT HOD my ex-husband. It hasn't helped. girlfriend and still call you. More likely, one expects something 19 RN helper state E C E I A N My heart is broken, which he knows. I he wanis to visit, but the 12-hour drive unreasonable, make 21 Wander 56 Leading 0 PTOE A N realize I hurt him with some of the things is too daunting. The only way to know is yourself scarce. 22 W(abod plum 57 Toothpack AF ECLY I said, but my pain is deep, as well. I to ask. Next time you speak to Tom, say PISCES (Feb. 20-March 23 Destroy problemA YED STELE am open to whatever he needs to make that you are looking forward to seeing 20) Have your game 25 Likely to 17 Family 39Madame 28 Strong and DOWN 17 Family 39 Madame
this better, but he will not take even the him and ask whether he is serious about plan ready to go, and you tough 1 Memo abbr. 19 mbeurro 43 Jobsafety smallest step to recohcile. No one un-' visiting. Try to pin down a date. won't lose a beat. An op- 30 Moo goo 2 Cartoon alternative org. derstands why he is actinglike this. What. portunity to partner with pan Chihuahua 20 Ship 44 Egyptian else can I do to fix it? I miss my son. Dear Annie: "Finally at Peace" said she someone could prove mover 43 PC key desti- god45 et mover 4 Held sway nations 45 Chalet
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Sports Briefs Fishing Report
Lake Seminole Lake Andrews/ Bass fishing is good. Cattahoochee River footll| With the fish becoming Catfish have been pretty
Friday Cottondale at acclimated to the con- good, but may slow down
Baker, 7 p.m. sistently cooler weather, as temperatures, water they are becoming more level and clarity fluctuHigh School boys active. On shallow grass ate. If conditions warrant,
ba tb d flats, Rat-L-Traps and use live earthworms to
other lipless crankbaits catch them along bluff O O Marianna High School. are producing. Grass lines walls where currents are
will host a preseason tip- in the main lake are good not too strong. Late in the off tournament Thursday spots to target for some day, catfish may also bite and Friday. pretty consistent flipping on sandbars and points.
Thursday's games action. Slow presentations Tailwater cats will be slow
Cottondale vs. Godby, and stout equipment are to bite, but the fish caught
4:30 p.m.; Malone vs. key here. in the tailwaters will be
Vernon, 6 p.m.; Marianna Crappie fishing may larger as a rule than those
vs. Maclay, 7:30 p.m. be fair at times along the in other locations.
Saturday's games moderately deep channel Bream will slow down
Malone vs. Godby, ledges. Look for the fish considerably, but if clear
4:30 p.m.; Cottondale vs. in stump fields at 10 to 15 water can be found up the lw
Maclay, 6 p.m.; Marianna feet and-use live minnows. creeks, a few may be taken
vs. Vernon, 7:30 p.m. Bream are very slow. on worms fished on the Catfish are hit-and-miss, bottom. Bream fishing in High School girls but a few may be caught this fashion in the creeks
basketball with earthworms off the may also produce some river channels. pretty good catfish from Monday Malone at time to time.
Holmes:County, 6:30 p.m. Lake Eufaula Bass are slow. If water
Tuesday Marianna at Bass fishing is fair. The conditions are right,
Cottondale, 5 and 6p.m.; southern end of the lake some may be caught in
Malone at Bay, 6:30 p.m. is the best bet at present. the creeks on worms and
Thursday Graceille The cool-weather fish are crankbaits. The bass fishat Bethlehem, 6 p.m.; primarily holding along ing will be hit-or-miss at Cottondale at Holmes deeper points near and best.
County, 5:30 and 6:30 in the creeks. Slow-rolled Crappies are very slow
p.m. spinnerbaits can produce right now.
Friday Malone'at Lau- in these areas. Texas- Generation schedules, pool levels.
rel Hill, 6p.m.; Marianna rigged lizards have also and other such information for at Pensacola Catholic, 6 produced fair action in the area waterways may be obtained and 7 p.m. afternoons on points and by calling toll-free 1-888-771-4601.
Saturday Paxtoi at around dock structures. Follow the recorded instructions
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Graceville, 4 p.m. Crappies may bite fairly Apalachicola River System.
well in deeper sections of
Chipola men's the creeks, especially later
basketball in the day. Bridge structure may also hold some
The Indians willreturn fish. Minnows are best home this weekend for now.
the Chipola Classic, tak- Bream are slow, and cating on Sneads State on fish may bite worms n the Friday at 7:30 p.m. and flats in the afternoon. JP.Os A.O Darton College on Saturday at 6p.m.
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Chipola Softball will Work crews will be smoke testing sewer lines. host its second annual 5K ftnt2 e and Fun Run on Saturday.
A "SMOKE TEST" survey will assist our inspection crews in locating breaks-and defects in our sewer system. The smoke you see coming a.m. at the Chipola Soft- from the vent stacks on houses or holes in the ground is NON-TOXIC, ball Complex. The 5K race NON-STAINING, HAS NO ODOR, WHITE TO GRAY IN COLOR AND starts at 8 a.m., with the CREATES NO FIRE HAZARD. 1-mile Fun Run at9 .m. The smoke should not enter your home unless you have defective
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P inellas County, Fla., in the state, and look freshwater pond. Not 50 peaceful, despite wall-to- haired lady with a stuck
is strange. Really where we've just been. yards away, a bald eagle wall waterfront dwellings, parking brake. Heck, even strange. Sort of amazing, don't you sits sentry at its nest. Weird? Yes. Wonderful? Yes a mechanical idiot like me Wait, now. Don't jump to think?" 'Roseate spoonbills. A again. can help with that. conclusions. Not eerie/ Where we'd just been wood stork, looking for a Back in Pass-A-Grille, on To bed now. Early day scary strange. Not overrun was fishing, from kayaks, handout, shadows me in the fishing dock at Island's tomorrow. Wade fishwith weirdos, either. Nice in a network of Pinellas a marina parking lot. Go End, brown pelicans eye ing southern Tampa Bay folks here. Nice enough to County tidal creeks and deep for the best birding? me suspiciously, but sit shorelines at Fort Desoto be forgiven theirYankee Bob1Kornegay bayous. Not a far-flung Not necessarily. patiently as I take dozens Park. Boca Ciega laps the accents. Outdoors Columnist wilderness expedition Nighttime. Fish Boca of typically bad photo- dock pilings as I begin to No, Pinellas County is (just a couple hours be-:. Ciega and its backwaters graphs. I take a twilight doze. only strange in that it is a of Pinellas County is not tween put-in andtake-out by moonlight. Tempt and stroll through the village, "Just where, now," I ask happy anoinely, particu- devoid of automobiles near a bustling, four-lane boat grouper, snook and on the "Gulf Side." Break- myself, "is Tampa and St. larly from an off-the-beat- and the occasional run-in highway); but there was a sea trout. No backcoun- ers crash. Sea fog rolls in. I Petersburg?" en-path outdoorsman's with hustle and bustle. genuine backcountry feel try feel now, just great cross streets, all empty. Fifteen, 20 minutes from viewpoint. This is, after all, a densely about it. Deep in the man- angling around lighted :Wait.A car. No problem. here, you say? To be honest, I won- populated area in close groves, it was difficult to dock pilings, Quiet, Just a little old orange- Aw, get outta here! dered just what I was proximity to a major met- believe "civilization" was getting myself into as I iropolitan center. There so near. At the whim of crossed Old Tampa Bay are, as one travels about, the morning tide, we cast on the Howard Frankland busy thoroughfares, honk- lures for snook, tarpon, ,.n Bridge. I'm a notorious ing horns, and, in places, and redfish, often errantly, non-lover of big towns the incessant sounds as we found ourselves with Tom Bowling and big traffic and, frankly, of internal-combustion caught up in the aboundTampa/St. Petersburg engines. Therein, however, ing flora and fauna in and D c0b 1h traffics nobodysidea -lies the story; the weird, around the mangrove- e l" Ler tP J pmy of a good time. However, wonderful anomaly. For, lined waterways. Fact is, I metropolitan interstate strangely, there is always probably missed casting Sun. 9:30 10:30 highways do have exits, somehow to be had peace,: into the choicest snook and (mercifully) I1-275 is serenity, natural beauty, hideaways in my quest to no exception. even solitude, often just a add some new rare bird to Ah, yes. There it is, Exit stone's throw away. my life list.
17, Pinellas Bayway. Get "Think about it," my Another busy road, off, drive west a piece. guide said. "We're at the another guide. Pull off \ Turn left at the gaudy, edge of one of the most on the shoulder. Winterlooming, interestingly densely populated areas ing migrant ducks on a pink Don Cesar Hotel, a NATH landmark.at which one "NA Z A\.L simply cannot help staring
(and smiling)..Lots of historythere, I'm told, going
back to 1928.
Slowly, now, drive along
the sea wall at the southern end of Boca Ciega Bay,
into the winter-sleepy
village of Pass-A-Grille. CAVERNS ROAD CHURCH OF CHRIST Stop, alight, checkinat -R Island's End Cottages. (Oh, 4448 Rive Rd Marianna, FL 32446 boy! A fishing dock and
winter seabirds to watch!)f N rt d nday *930am HOW fortunate. 1-275 is a distant memory. Still not ur nay 1030m sure what I'm into, but
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6 0a 6 6 6 Goldendoodles Red/Apricot By appointment Beautiful, sweet, smart! 334692t3695 JO.. Raised around children and 334-6923695 other animals. Parents on
site!-Male & females availa- ble. Priced reduced from
$1,800 to $1,250. Vet inThe GEO Group,the world's leading provider of correction, etntion a spected & up to date on all community reentry service, Is NOW HIRING fo L DEPARTMENT shots! Born ~uly 30, 2013.
Graceville Correctional cludisg* e Lost Dog In Compass Lake, F/Chihuahua Dachshund mix w/collar. Reward! Call 404-831-3721
B BUSINESS MANAGEMENT MAINTEN MInlature Schnauzers White female CKC, born 9/15/2013. Tails docked & dew claws removed.
H*HUMAN RESOURCES POOD, SWorming at 2,4, and 6 weeks and first set of shots. $500. Call 334-714-0289 if interested.
CLERICAtL *iFAgIIT,,I ,' O Shlh-Tzu pups: 2 female, 8 weeks old.
Ready how! Black/white. 1st shots. $650
EDUCATION *TRAN G Call 334-718-6254
HEALTHCAREE PAY LL P S &
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Blodegradeable. ALTHA FARMERS COOP A community bank headquartered in
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*no less than three years-of commercial
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preferred. Officer will be responsible for
the administration of all assigned
1:00 PM 30 PM Fresh Green account relationships, for the comprehensive management of a moderate to large
tPeanuts loan portfolio, and for the development of new business for the bank. MidSouth Bank
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.850209-3322 or 850573-594 Please submit resume by mail to:
4128 Hwy 231 MidSouth Bank, PO Box 8743, If you can't attend our Job Fair, apply online at: Dothan, AL 36304.
wwwjobs.geogroup.com MidSouth Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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*I 2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. Marianna area 2/2 Mbl. Hm. in park CH&A Anderson Columbia Construction Company II .sso0 and up. 120, garbage, sewer included, water, sewage No Pets or Smoking Ref. Req.
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Loopman/Screed Operator309-847 Mobile Homes for Rent 2BR/1BA
P ase app e2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. Located beween Grand Ridge & Sneads. A" Please apply at One Stop Career Center NO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month includes water, garbage & pest main PLUMI BERS Please call 850-258-1594 or TASPORTATIO l L I C Ie r I [*!850-638-8570 Leave Message - $360, MO 4 850-573-0308 4m
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2 5 D riv e rs Panama City Beach and Dothan areas. in Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 -lawn care, No Pets 850-592-1639
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T a n e" Water heater installation 850-209-3970 Sink disconnects/reconnects F N EEDED N O W Toilet and Faucet installation I 3/2 DW in Malone, CH/A, No pets, IN IIFIBI Drain cleaning security negotable Section 8 ok.
Learn to drive for kitchen appliance installation 850-594-9991 or 850-557-7719
Werner Enterprises Rooter-Man will provide vehicle, tools and
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ARIANNA, FLORrestigious Executive Stacy Borges, Realtor 850-573-1990
C lass A CD L Now Hiring Full Time oe in North Oaks. Jule Miles, Realtor 850933435
Shipping Loader Positions w topper!, unken Q i
DRIV ERS 3rd Shift LR, Ige kitchen with new s.s. refrig. & d.w., new stovetop, many cabinets.
Crown molding throughout. Upstairs bed/bath with ge multi-purpose BUILD YOUR room. Large back patio A must see! PRICED AT $289,000 MLS #248914 DREAM HOME Competitive Pay and Benefits Package! ERoed SevLe a Wiregrass Local Wiregrass Hauling 140 acres of paradise!; 7 in .Marianna.
3 years min. driving history Please apply in person at: custom 2977 ./ choose from 2.
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3BR/2.5BA home comes $17.000 EACH.
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Home nights 3949 Family Dollar Parkway pasture land Includes pole bar, end works bdrm, horse w purchase as a whole for $35000 or Can bepurchased
o stalls& 1 paddock, partially fenced & cross-fenced for horses. These 140 the High School and in an established neighborhood Happy ONLYonline at: Marianna, Florida 32448 acres are mostly surrounded by 892 acres of Water Mgmt and bordered by Holmes Creek & Cypress Srin s. PRICED AT $750,000. MLS #248187
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Perdido Trucking Equal Opportunity Employer Looking for privacy? HOME INSIDE AND OUTI Drug Free Workplace Nice rustic country 4sq /3 1/2 wunderh almost 2700 Se 4 0ce, LLCh o Aprx 6 scY ft under air! Relax on home on apprx 6 the wraparound porch.
251-470-0355 acres comes with Large fenced backyard, 2BR/1BA, with space under roof to add a 3rd BR. Property 16x32 gunite pool. Hardwood floors on the first floor! The kitchen
SALESMAN WANTED comes with several outbuildings. Make an appointment is large with plenty of countertop AND cabinet space! Large center today! PRICED AT$115;000 MLS#248918 Island and breakfast area There is an air conditioned game room or Professional Transportation, Inc. We are looking for an aggressive person 5th bedroom and half bath over the detached garage. MLS #248338
is seeking local (non-CDL) drivers for seekinga career in Autoobile Sales.
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Call 1-800-471-2440 or apply online at right individual while you train, : & a $7,000 well/pump 1700 -q ft under Great Benefit PackAge. installed. Includes a carport w/deck n side entry&storagebuilding. Airl .professionaltransportationinc.com. EE This m.h has a concrete pad under entire home & tie-downs are original hardwood cemented into pad. Very well maintained home! Conv. located floors! The Family CHIPOLA FORD wy 90, MariaiLna Panama City, 1-10 & to Marianna. PRICED AT $69,900 MLS #248323 room can be easily converted to a 5th bedroom if needed! CHIOLA OR. D ,. a .r n Great Spacious 1.80 acres! Brick home has a newer 4 ton AC Pa asefI0 unit! This home can be offered as a short sale! MLS #248281 aradise foun on
acres. This 3BR/2BA, COZY COTTAGE. 3/2
Homes of Merritt, has a with approx 1300 sq
splitmaster bdrm, GR, ft under ail Rome has
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Look ahead to our herry raige, sat tua, grapefruit lemon, fig and nmay other fruit relax on! wood Floors DRIVERS ti Sta training Asohis'gatdiaddyaks PRICED AT$94 5Q0 MLS#2487 6 'inside home! Needs future! Start training some TLC butSOLD Paper Transport, Inc has IMMEDIATE FO Ror a new career in AS S MILSIf248i38
OPENINGS for CLASS A DRIVERS for Medical Assisting, a u t if ul
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Our DEDICATED ACCOUNTS. Pharmacy Technology, in' Spring Chase! EXECUTIVE HOME WITH ALL THE Electrical nrades-& 3_HVAC1-R/3A ..th BELLSAND WHISTLESI Over 2800 ..Electrical Tradesf & HVAC! 1. "f ing q it Under Air, with a Gorgeous r HOIME WEEKLY Call Fortis College 855-445-3276 space NewlySuroom with Windows from Floor tot ceiling overlolng the
No Touch SE Regional Freight 'For consumer info: visit www.fortisedu Nicely landscaped witha private backyard. WHAT A acr Room Boasts Nicely18 Itilings, built in entertainment centebackyard.fiait WHATrufireplaceto GREAT BUY AT ONLY $194,900 MLS # 248082 the sunroom. The Main Kitchen is a dream. Granite countertops with a center
$.38 Cents + Bonus Pe il i, ulu ....... GREAT BUYATONLY $194,900 MIS #288 the sot Tshe ltin eitehente isdam. ranite o trove thr ietaceo $.38 Cents + Bos Per 111 RESIDENTIAL island with lots of upgraded cabinets! There is a 2 car attached garage with 'a bonus room which has central air and the detached garage is large enough
REAL E Five minutes from tostore yobr toys Thereis alsoanother bedroom over the detached garage..
18 Months Experience Required. town This older MOVE IN READYI
$1000 SIGN ON BONUS! home sits across Great 3/2 with over from Indian Springs 1900 sq ft!There is a
Qualified Driver could be hired within a Week! Cedar Creek Apartments IBR/1BA $500t. entrance. House 9 t LThere is a Appliances, lawn care & pest control included. appears to have a good roof, block construction, fenced-in house! Large 1 acre lot Must be 62 or older or disabled. Call 850-352- backyard, sits back Dff the hwy with small storage bldg out with a Huge Workshop! 3878 or email firstname.lastname@example.org back. PRICED AT ONLY $59,500 MLS.#248666 Completely remodeled from floors to ceiling! Beautiful sunroom
SOUTHSIDE APARTMENTS overlooking nice backward! MLS #248896 Accepting Applications for 1 and 2 BR apts. This 3BR/2BA southern Must mee income requirement. home has a formal LR, LOCATED ON MERRITS bRIVERS: Home EVERY Must meet income requirements. formal DR, beautiful MILL PONDI Cozy2/1 with
Weekend! Dedicated 850-526-4661 TDD 850-955-8771 4m step-down great room, 1080 sq overlooking lake!
Breakfast room, bonus Large Backyard with deck Southern Lanes & OTR! oom, nice hardwood floors throughout under carpet and 2 fireplaces! perfect r relaxKitchen Southern La e -roomand baths have had some Home needs updating. Many old-style Southern Oaktrees. IncL 3 parcels updates! Living room and All Mliles PAID totaling about 1 acre in Cottondale. PRICED AT $85,000 MLS #248624 Master bedroom overlook
(Loaded & Empty)! the'waterl Fireplace in (Loaded TR!jIPLEXES, QUADS- living room MLS #247509 Or Walk Away Lease: No Off of Merritts Mill Rd. Money Down, No Credit *3BR1BA duplex in on Alabama Ave. $425 this clean 3BR/2BA GRACEVILLE. Lots Of20 Sm. $400. Dep. 3/1 HOUSE $550.-mo. $500. brick home sits on with almost 1300 sq ft Check! Call 888-880-5911 dep. incl. water, sewage & garbage 4 ac. Lg laundry rm under air! Located On L.. .51 acres with screened Both in Grandridge 850-592-5571. w/office, LR and GR: Newer metal roof, beautiful in-ground back porch and a deck H ABRhkE/1 Duplex396 Diana iLane S575. pool, screened in back porch, fenced in back yard, RV bldg w/ in the rear! Attached 1 .Bi3 k' 21 Duplex 3196Diana La ne $575. car carport, Central Heat Se workshop. A must see! PRICED AT $219,000 MLS #248727 & Air. his is being sold AS-IS. Call for you[
and with carport & Storage $600. fto Joyce Riley RE 850097825 personal Showing today!
J 1 38R/2BA home with sime WATSON HEIGHTS!!
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2BR Apartments in Marinnna - A an wldg. Home qualifies for air located on 1.23 1nFHA, VA and RD. Seller willing to pay for closing costs up to $3,000 and -acres Below ground 2' f &3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own give $1,500 for appliance upgrade or washer/dryer set! -Why rent when Pool with nice patio Lot rent included. For details o can have our own home! PRICED AT 77500 ML#248418 areal Wood burning fireplace Hupe
S850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 Kitchen with center island! Large FAmily room with d.--3o 0-.65 Cute and cozy! formal Living and Dining! This is being sold AS-IS.
home is just DOWNTOWN- LIVING IN With appliance, $300/mo +'dep. CHATTAHOOCHEE. Lovel M edic al850ight701inside Marianna 4/21/2 2 story home wit
LOSS ...1 city limits. Has over 1900 sq ft under air. The a LR, GR, carpet; masterbedroom is on the first
3BR/1BA BRICK HOUSE CH&A, nicely painted, great deck w/fenced in back yard! floor and all other 3 bdrooms
Flexible hours $650MO+$650Dep.NOPETS Conveent to Family Dollar, Panama City and are upstairs. This home sits FL p PRIA MLSf248496 private yard. Newer home with HWY 73 & MAGNOUA RD. all the extras. MLS #248849
Dothan area CALL 850-593-5251 or 850-573-0911 ith145 acre cattle farm LOCATED ON A COmNERa
with 2 homes, add'l 3or 4 Bedroom 3 bath home has
-kAustin Tyldr & Co 2330' commercial almost 1900 sq ft under airl The 15 0er hour Quality Homes & Apartments bldg needs new roof, Huge living room, with 2 Master 4 850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com fenced & cross- bedrooms. Screened Porch, "Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" fenced. Has 4 wells of which 2 are solar powered. Appx 30 Laundry Room. Sitting on 5 city acres in clear pasture & balance in pine trees w/pasture. lots and has a beautiful backyard Beautiful, stylish newly remodeled brick home -Borders Wright Creek in Holmes County. Bring all offers! with a 24x24 Outbuilding/Shopl for rent. 2BR/1BA QUIET, SAFE neighborhood. Seller motivated! PRICED AT $359,000 MLS #248137 Sold AS-IS. MLS #248168 Irr .re oI' _______________________Nice size yard. Brick storage bldg on property. MOVE RIGHT IN! $650/month. Call 850-573-8446. Industril bldg w/ 13.788 This home is fully sq feet under rof. Steel, furnished! 3/1
In Indian Springs on Golf Course 3/3.5, his & metal, and concrete block with over 1400 sq hers master bath, walk in closets, open floor construction w/concrete ft. This home has in oor flooring, 14' ceilings at eves. a 10x 6 screened Applicants for case Manager position plan, 2300 sq. ft. back yd. fenced, 9 ft. ceilings Thei building has divided porch to relax on pplications for Case Manager position .1400. mo. avail. Jan. 1st 850-271-5545. work areas, 4 roll-up doors, loading dock, tool crib area, office areas w/baths; a or Enjo the Winter
will Frame Hoist and a Jib Hoist. Bldg wired w/240 Volt, 3-Phase 600 Watt electrical months sipping coffee in the 20x 6 sunroom!
posItIon filled. Nicely remodeled, Toomanyextrastolist! Bringalloffers. PRICED AT$295,000 MLS#248801 Large 1.61 acre lot with several Pecan trees!
Large Barn in the rear! MLS #248937
Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree in social Efficient 3 BR, 2 BA work, sociology, psychology, nursing or 2-car garage. Laminate 0 p'p r tun i t y PERFECTCOUNTRY related field. Computerskills required. hardwood flooring/vinyl knocks to own with over 1800
tile squares. Screen'ed back sq ft on 2 acres! Other directly related job education or porch. Fenced yard. Wall 20 acres of nice,Frlax on porcthe Largeh experience may be substituted for all or oven, ceramic-top range. mostly high and dry, wooded property! Not far from a private setting!
some of these basic requirements upon New refrigerator. Washer & dryer and 2nd town. Call today! PRICED AT $50,000 MLS #248919 Huge pantry! Newer approval of the Area Agency on Aging. refrigerator in garage. Less than 5 minutes central AC unit! Some windows have eer replaced
Resume required. Applicant must also pas from Marianna FCI and Sunland. $775 deposit, with double pane windows! MLS 24755
Level II background screening and drug test credit/income verification, and references Location, location. LARGE FAMILY before being hired. Working hours will be required. Call 850-212-4325 action tmpl his medical HOME. Tirue 4/3 Brick Monday through Friday from 8am-Spm, paid & is close to the hospital on 2.24 holidays, no nights or weekends. Health, Ir- Renovated w/new metal garage
Sroof. Has 5 exam rms, 3 baths, waiting area, check-in area, & exec. office, acres. Over 2900 dental, and vision Insurance available. 3BR/1.5 BA, nice, clean, ceramic tile, fireplace, urrently leased on a month-to-month basis. Exc. income producer or sq ft with a large stainless steel appliances, separate party use for your own business! PRICED AT $137,500 MLS #248189" living room, formal
____________________________ dining room and Jackson County Senior Citizens house. 1/2 acre of land with fruit and pecan 21x16 Family room. Hardwood floors thru out
2931 Optimist Drive trees. $55,000. 850-263-4590 or 850-209-3474 ~ Commercial location on living areas and bedrooms. MLS #248717
Mariann FL, 32448 Hwy 71 & Blue Springs
Mariann, FL, 32448 Lease/Option To Buy 3/2 hardwood floors, Rd., corner lot, large metal LAND FOR SALE RE SAPCE.
building, many offices,
CH&A 2940 Dogwood St. large display sales floor, parts counter, warehouse space, all on 8.19 acres. This not only has location
T4 4 close to Riverside school. blut for so many business opportunities. (Add'i property next door for sale also I.5 C $875. mo.w 850-716541 or buy it all for a reduced price IUST REDUCED TO $625,000 MLS #247093
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S2002 Winabago 34' 2 slides, 5500 ONAN Gen, Chevrolet 2006 Tahoe: burgundy, one owner, HM : lots of upgrades, excellent condition, 29000 excellent condition, 3rd row seat, custom runmiles $32,000. Honda 2006 CRV: 44600 miles, ning boards, extras, very clean, 101k miles
* Large Brick Home 3/2 with 10 acres, country 2005 Cobra Boat 16' -60 hp merc. anchor mates, ready to tow w/blue ox towv bar $11,900. Call 334-712-0692 or 334-618-9980
secluded area $160,000 $25,000 down & depth/fish finder aerated live well, sump system, excellent condition $13,000. Both
00. mo. Owner Fin. Avail. 850-526-4283. pump, trolling mtr, stick steering, life jackets Vehicles for $43,000. Call 334-692-3337 or 334included. 334-794-3249 796-5421 Dodge Ram 1500 2007 SLT quad cab 4x2 HEMI CAMPER &. TRAVE T.L. /,American Eagle 5.7 V8 engine, anti theft, tilt steering, 27K
2003, 40 ft miles, very clean, power drivers seat, rear slid2006 Forest River Wildwood LE Model #31QBSS $95,000. ing window, bed liner, towing pack. Loaded. 31' Dry wt. 10280 Ibs., 1 slide, 4 bunk beds, Call for more info $17,000. 334-475-6309. Booth dinette, Center kitchen & LR, Jackknife (775) 721-8359 Ford 2010 F150 FX4 4-door, completely loaded, sofa, Front Q bed, Side aisle bath w/ shower & excellent condition, 158K miles, $18,900 roof vent, Dbl. door Frig., Gas/Elec. water heater, microwave, Gas stove top/oven & furnace, N 334-791-3081. Duct A/C /Heat, AM/FM Stereo, Front & rear GMC 1997 Sierra 2500 stabilizer jacks, $9,000.00 334-790-4612 A OR S 128K miles on new engine, exc. cond. black
Seed a e-w i-ome? Chevrolet2002 Trailblazer: & silver in color. NEW New design w/straight 4.2, tires, cold air, long Check out the, Classifiedj 6 cyl. eng w/DOC; 24V, & wheel base, runs great 270HP. Good MPG, GRF, & very clean Reduced To $3500. OBO AC, OD auto, PS, PB, near Must Sale. 334-701-2596 located in Ozark new tires. Runs, looks & drives good. Lots of
power. New headlights, battery, wiper blades.
NADA $4,500. Reduced to $3,995. 671-3059. GMC 2008 Savannah Cargo Van.
GOT BAD CREDIT? Mileage 109,575. Can be seen at 208 Bic Road. I)$0 Down/lst Payment, Call 334-792-7746 ask for Sylvia Tax, Tag & Title Pass
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Ask About $1000. off at time of purchase. 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF 4630 Hwy. 90 Maran FL 32446 4630 Hwy. 900 Maanna, FL 32 Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 YOUR TOWING NEEDS!
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SMARTE R. O wned and ASTER SMARTER . BOLDERned and TER Honda 2000 Odyssey: Runs perfect 3 year/3600
SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER mile warranty on transmission. $6,500. OBO t Call 334-693-9360 AUTO BOPY & RECYCLING PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR JUNK CARS
Ouida Morris Debbie Roney Smith, Hyundai 2006 Elantra GT, Contactason Harger at 334-791-2624 REALTOR@ Realtor loaded, leather, sunroof, CnatJsnBret3491 850-209-8039 4 cylinder, automatic, 5 Broker/Owner debbieroneysmith@ door hatchback, 69,000CALL FOR TP PRICE 850-209-4705 embarqmail.com miles, $7500. 790-7959 Hyundai 2011 Elantra touring 32,900 miles, FOR JUNK VEHICLES Victorian style Silver in color, great car like new. $11,000 home that has two Updati bd made bn 850-209-8449. MUST SELL i!! I ALSO SELL USED PARTS a t/ house. Combinalion of ....
stories and so much to offerh.inrdw e oring out Lincoln 1991 Mercury Pracer: metallic blue, 44k 24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664 Located on large city lot. ou & ile counter tops. Comer original miles, only driven in Dothan, mint conlocation in town. Close proximity dition, 4 new tires, like new, 4 doors, cold AC,
MLS 248808 $49,900. ompea.col, &m pore power steering and AM/FM radio. $5,000 Call Got a Cunker
Exquisite home MLS 248911 34-701-0010 We'll your Junke! with many custom features. irer loctio tke Mercury 2005 .Monterey Van: tan with tan inte- We buy wrecked cars Yod is nicely londscaped, even Umltsof Malr a and walking We buy wr Yord is nicely landscaped even distance to Wynn Street Pan rior, fully loaded, 74k miles, 2 owner, excellent and Farm Equip. at a includes a small fish pond. Call Chorming 3/2 updatedut needs shape, good gas mileage. Asking $8000 Call fair and honest price! for appointment. some work refleds in t price 334-393-1440 50 & Complete Cars Short Sale and just waiing on $9& CoptCa MLS 248506 $169,900. an offer Nissan,200S Altima 132,000 miles, black in color CALL 334-714-285
Nice home with 3 MLS 248906 $57,200. new tires, great-car. $4000. 850-209-8449. 33479., . bedrooms located in private, 2 as dose to florid tate MUST SELL !
edros' oe ine piaeCvrcNs. Paved road. City v oler Looking for VW Van quiet setting on one acre audible ifdchoore connwe: Nissan 2012 Altima, low miles, must sell, $200 sold in Enterprise ,-AL close to town. Werfulne d build down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714- in 1983. If you have nice Ire. Oer ill splt ino1983.f you have0028. .$aacrb0lsc ol-pudch e whol seen this vehicle please MLS 248732 25,000.rendeo/.sureale. Nissan 2012 Versa, GAS SAVER, well equipped, contact me @
Lovelf brick home See MIS 248962 & MLS 248964 & MLS 248957 still under factory warranty, $250 down, $250 swtcraft~hotmaillcom located in a golfing community and private s aes on hill. Beautiful per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. r- --- ---
dose to Merrilts Mill pond for great oak and nut trees thru ou: Home _11 fishing. Call today for viewing. has had recent updates, new roof Toyota 2011 Camry, Great family car, great gas W buy Wrecked PRICE REDUCEDIII new kitchen cabinets & irordwore mileage, pwr windows, door lock, Am/FM, CD, at new water heater. Small
pon new wl hunter $300 down, $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher R n h MLS 248594 $119,000. living. 334-791-8243. 949576 or
with 3 bedrooms and has warranty, $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron been renovated. Really Pat Ellis 334-714-0028. a neat home. PRICE Frr
REDUCEDII Realtor Toyota Sienna 2011 XLE 3.5L inside lift for 850.209.8071 Hoover round $6225. optional equip. + moon MLS 248776 $69,900. email@example.com roof. 30K miles, $22,500. OBO 334-493-9930 Large home fit on a
hillside and offers a open airy design.
Purchase thishome and enioy all m1t. l, 3 i,,t em tg 46i th, the anenits of Cmp ke Harley Davidson 2009Sporster XL 1200C, red, REDUCED PRICE eN. a excellent condition 6300 miles, $7695.
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MIS 248263 $36,500. brv~.t r, nd ding oi Adding
brick home located convenient MLS# 248193 $ 78,500 to all local amenities. Home is rn 3Be dmo /2l e T h ne r oo a r bed oo w/m er
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