Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
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Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna Fla
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Regional unemployment rates drop in October

From staff reports rate for the eighth consecutive
month. I
Florida's seasonally adjusted Florida's seasonally adjusted grU-neIs sn p e t e
unemployment rate was 6.7 per- total nonagricultural employ- i 25-54 years 75 percernt
cent in October 2013, down 0.1 ment was 7,618,900 in October UepIb55years over 7.1 percent
percentagepointoverthemonth, 2013, an increase of 44,600 jobsOct-13 Sep-13 Oct-12
and down 1.5 percentage points over the month. Florida's annual 'Calhoun 5.8 6 74
from 8.2 percent a year ago. The job growth rate in October 2013 Hol 54 59 Unemployment rates by gender
state's October rate was the low- was the fastest since June 2006. 'Jakson, 5.1 5.4 6.4 Male 8.9 percent
est since August 2008 when it The unemployment rate in the Liberty 5.6 6.0 6.5 Female 78 percent
was also 6.7 percent. . ChipolaWorkforce Board Region Washington 75 78 8.4
There were -625,000 jobless Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Chipola Region 5.7 6.1 6.9 Uneiployment rates b
Floridians out of a labor force Liberty and Washington coun- IWhite 4 percent
of 9,396,000. Florida's unem- ties was 5.7 percent in Octo- emplyent rates by age
ployment rate was 0q6 percent- ber 2013. This was 1.2 percent- 119 235 percent a percent
age point lower than the U.S. agepointslowerthantheregion's 20-2e4.3ercent":
rate and was below the national year ago rate of 6.6 percent. Os

Coming full circ

After decades
in Los Angeles
and Atlanta,
dry-cleaner .
has business
closer to home

Soon after Chris Giles Giles puts pins in a garment before she begins to repair it.
finished high school in her
nativeChattahoocheeback was a singer, loking to Hqr. friend, Cris, ~,ame
Sin the ~60s, all she wanted make it big in show busi- to the rescue.The wo m~i
to do was to get away from niess. Giles had a passion in the gbwn passed in and
small-townlifeand experi- for designing clothes. The out of the room several
ence what might await her two hit it off and wound times that night, and Giles
in a big city. She headed' up exchanging phone would tudy the dress each
to California, settling near numbers. time she came through.As
Los Angeles. That bus mate would soon ase she left each time,
She was on a bus one become a good friend. Giles grabbed the pencil
day when she struck up a Once, when they were out' and scrap of paper she had
friendly conversation with together, the singer saw stashed away in the pocket
another young woman on someone wearing an el- of her shirt. Using those
board. They talked about egant five-layer evening sketches as a guide, Giles
the usual things; what gown that she, as a strug- went home and designed
they did for a living, and gling up-and-comer, knew something similar for her
touched on some. of their she could not even begin. PHOTOS BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dreams. The other woman to afford. See GILES, Page 7A Chris Giles spins a rack of freshly-cleaned clothes as she looks for a customer's pick-up order.

SIGN UP NOW FOR Marianna Marketplace set for Dec. 7
2014MLKDAYPARADEMembers ofthe
2014 MLK DAY PARADE Panhandle Artists
< i ,and Crafters will
S:,:" ~sell their creations
A newly-formed group
of artists and crafters will
"have their big debut on
.Saturday, Dec. 7, when
they put their first display
and sale event at Madison
.Street Park. They'll throw ANGIECOOK/FLORIDAN
in three holiday-oriented Woodworker Carl Strohmenger shows one of several gardening
demonstrations and a little items he makes using reclaimed scrap lumber on Friday in
food sampling for the sea- Marianna. Strohmenger will offer several of his handmade
son as well. pieces planters, trellises, bat houses and more during the
The Marianna Market- Marianna Marketplace event scheduled for Dec. 7 at Madison
place will be open from Street Park from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m..
9 a.m. until 4p.m., giving
shoppers plenty of time to the help of Mandy Griffin, ing how to make certain
browse for one-of-a-kind the Family and Consumer tree decorations with the
MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN FILEPHOTO gifts or unique items for Science Agent at the Jack- assistance of the children
hu themselves, son County Extension Ser- in your life. All demonstra-
T he dance line and color gtard lead the way for the Marianna All vendors are part of vice. Main Street Marianna tions are geared to present
SHigh School Band as members minarch through downtown the Panhandle Artists and coordinator Charlotte low-cost and sustainable
SMarianna in the 2013 Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade. Crafters organization. Its BruBner also assisted. decorating for the holi-
membership includes At 10 a.m., one vendor days. Griffin will host the
Clubs, bands, youth groups, step teams, churches and other organi- painters, woodworkers, will offer wreath-making healthy holiday food dem-
zations are invited to participate in the 2014 parade on Jan. 20, with gourd decorators and sev- tips. At noon, table deco- onstration and tasting.
line-up at 9:30 a.m. and a 10 a.m. start time. Register now through eral other kinds of artists/ .rating ideas will be offered, Christmas music will
crafters in the ranks of the and at 2 p.m. a demonstra-
Jan. 17 by calling Ronald Dale Mizer at 407-385-9235 or 526-2008. group. It was formed with tion will commence show- See MARKET, Page 7A

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T od ay Sunny, Windy & Cold.
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Low 37'

High -63 High 67' R P "A"
Low 50 Low 48
M o 24 hours 0.00" Year to date 59.55"
Month to date 1.85" Normal YTD 53.64"
Monday Tuesday Normal MTD 3.31" Normal for year 59.26"
Cool. Increasing Clouds. Showers Likely. Possible TIDES ULTRAVIOLET INDEX
Storms. Panama City Low -10:19AM High 11:5 PM
Apalachicola Low 2:00 PM High -6:43 AM 0-2 Low, 3-5 Moderate, 6-7 High, 8-10 Very High, 11+ Extreme
Port St. Joe Low 10:24AM High 11:58 PM
High- 55 High- 570 Destin Low 11:35 AM High 12:27 M 0 16
High 55High 57 Pensacola Low 12:09'PM High 1:00 AM.
Low,- 350 2, 4 Low 320 '
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage Sunrise, 6:15 AM
Weddesday Thursday Woodruff 42.79 ft. 66.0 ft. -u 4s:4 M
W d& dBlountstown. 4.05 ft. 15.0 ft. 44Dn se Nv: N.PMov.
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FL OI R ID A N SUNDAY, NOV. 24 the necessity of making changes to the program.
)) Toys for Tots Applications- Ancho ra WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27 Discussed in the10:30 a.m. session will be Bay,
Publisher Valeria Roberts Children's oHotme.452plications -Y ahun, Guf,HoImes, Jackson'andWashington
vr* .Childen'sHdme4452 (Clintn St.aa. Toys for TotsApplications- Anchorage oatlis Gbflme co Washington
plications will be taken until noon on Dec.6 All toys Children's, Home,4452 Cilton St., MariannaAp- unt Pubc welcome.
irculatin M r a O will be distributed oni Dec.21 starting at 10a.m. plications ill be taken urtil noon on Dec. 6. Alltoys Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30-
Circulation Manager rThir Annual Law Enforcement a 3m at will be distributed on'Dec .21starting at 10 a.m. 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Third Annual Law Enforcement Day -3 p.m. at hurch, 2901- aledonia St. in Marianna.
Liberty Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 5239Liberty Alcoholics Anonym6us.O Meeting Noon '..
SCONTACT US Hill Road, Bascom Law enforcement officers from to:lm. in the-AA room of First United Methodist Book Signing 5-6 p.r. Jackson County Public
Jackson and surrdunding counties will be honored Church, 2901CPaledoniiSt. in Mrianna: r'a Library, 2929 Green St.,,M1arianna. Author, Clara Eliz-
Telephone: 850-526-3614 for their service to thecommunity. Rev. Freddie ' abeth Corbin-Romero, a native of Jackson County,
FAX: 850-482-4478 Roulhac will deliver the message. THURSDAY NOV.28 will discuss her new novel, "Means to an End and
Emai: A i Closed Disus G s .m. the role of women in modern mysteries and thrillers.
Email: Alcoholics Anonymous los Discusson GiveThanks Run alk Registra- Light refreshments ill beserved. Public invited.
Street Address 6:30 p.m.jnAA room of First United Methodist tion Lake Seminole Parkirt Sneads..Race begins at Call 482:9631.
4403 Constitution Lane Church,2901 Caledoriia St. in Mariannja. Attendance. 7 a.m. Fun Run will startaft~ie5K: Registration fee .Chrit with EviStarring
Marianna, FL 32448. limited t peoplewith a desireto stop drinking, $20 adults. $15 for K-12th grade students. $50 a Jacks rtrconf
on fe perfa m ily. H 7pm at son CountyAgricultur'p Confer-
OfficeHours: AlcoholicsAnonymousMeeting 8 maximum registration eeper famly Host: Sneads CenterPen Avenue Mariana Event is a
Weekdays 8 a.m.o5r. the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, High School Project Graduation. Portion of proceeds membrial cholarshipfundraiser in memor of
Weekd , m.5429 College Drive, Graceville. donated to Missy O ns and Brandon, Tedd and Bo Tyedd r o M ama an ndn Ho
ScholarshipFondatio a 209-8391. McClarna and Brndon Hobbs.
Concert begins at7 p.m. Doors open at 6p.m.
SMISS YOUR PAPER? .. M. -N 1 Chip .atvic.Club Metii- Noon aThe Oaks nert bLegins at 7p.m. Doors open a6 p.m.
MI U R MONDAY,,NOV.25, :ClubMeiqg Non The aks General admission tickets $15 each, available at the
You should receive your newspaper no later Toys for Tts Applicatios -Ancs horage' !' tth .Sc90 in MariannaTe CCC'sfocus i d.door or reserved by calliig 557-0801 or209-0003.
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- Children's Home, 4452 Cliton St., Mariannaa is'the mmuhiC y, : Refreshments, raffle tickets availabe for purchase;
Lt 526 34 some door pr zLs whr be gCven awayS
tion between 6 a.m. and noqn,Tuesday to plications will be taken until noon on De. 6.All: toy somedoor prize illbegiven away
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The 'will be distributed on Dec.21 starting at 10a.m. Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group
i 5:30 p.m. at Jackson' Hospital. Cafeteria Board SUNDAY DEC. 1
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Marianna Lions Club Meeting -Noonm. ee toatJittend. Curriclum developed y ex-SUNDAY, DE
is publishedTuesday through Frdayand ffetGrill4329Lafayette St.Maana. Call okers for those who want to become ex-srokers Toys for Tots Applications Anchorage
1. Il IsmkrfothswhwatobispublishedTuesdaythroughFriday emand.r s0 T ^
Sunday mornin 482-2005. themselves. Call 482-6500. Childrens Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap-
Sunday mornings.Periodial postageaid Parkinso's Support Group Meetig Noon : A s plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys
at Marianna.FL. ine ground-floor classroom of Jackson Hospital, Alcohoics Anonymous -Closed discussion, 8-9 will be distributed on Dec. 21starting at 10a.m.
4250 Hospitalrie, Marianna. unch provided p..First Uitd Methdist Church, 2901Caledonia -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES courtesy4ospitaeDslyoe, oria Thrias.un p tovidi edt St.,'Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited to Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
SUBSCRIPTION RATES courtesyofJacksonMosptaIThose diagnrised with 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist
Homedelive $11.23per onth; $32.83 Parkinsi thicaregivers are inite N cost sto nking ppersill ot Church,290 Caledonia Marianna Attendance
Home delivery: $1123 per month $32 t p 'Parkin iate limited to people with a'desire to stop drinking.
for three months; $62.05 for six months; St. Anne Thrift -9 a.m. to p.m. St. e wth ades stop dnk
nA Jackson Lounty Quilters Guild Meeting .530- L boa o om. mof M eetin-G a pithe
and $12345 for one year. ll prices include 73 Jacksop t Asc sion L dtern Church, 3975- U 0. Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting- 8 pm. in the
7:30 p.m. at Ascension Litheran Church,3975 U.S. 482-3734. board rooof Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
9applicablestate and local taxes.Mail 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings are fourth 82-3734 5429College Drive, Graceville.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Mondays; other Mondays are for irojects, lessons,
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638. FRIDAY, NOV. 29 M Y C
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 "Senior Singles" Meeting 6-8 p.m. in the First Mfr ONDAY, DEC.2
year. p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist United Methodist Church Youth Center, 4392 Clinton Toysforots Applications Anchrage
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Mariarna, St., Marianna, New location. Ample parking. Singles Children's Home 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap-
age 50 and older are invited for games, fod, prizes plications Will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys
:ADVERTISING TUEV aid speakers.. will. be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m.
The advertise agrees thatthe publIsher TUESDAY, NOV. 26 and speakers. No charge. Donations a"cepted;
The advertiser agrees that the publisher proceeds fund charitable endeavors;of Marianna's .,) Employability Workshops-2:30 p.m. at the
Ishall notbe e fr d a g Jackson County School.Board Special Meeting Gathering Place Foundation. Call 526-4561 or 272- Marianna One Stop Career Center in Marianna. A
shal not e liable for damagessing -7 a.m. in the JCSB meeting room, 2903 Jefferson 6611. certified motivational career coach will be teaching
out of errors and advertisements beyond St., Marianna. Public welcome. Agenda available at "Completing applications." Free and open to public.
the amount paid for the space actually 482-1200. SATURDAY NOV30 ackson unty uilter d Me
occupied by that portion of the advertise- a Chipola College Application Deadline Fo SATURDAY, 30 NOV...30 a Ascension Lutheran Church, 3975 U.S.
ments in which the error occurred, whether new'studentsplanning to enroll in the Spring 2014 ugar Cane Syrup Making -8 a.n to 3 p.m. 7:30 W.Mariana. Business meetings are fourth
such errorib due to the negligence of the ester. Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, Blountstown
such error i due to tenginothengigenc o the semester. Biscuits and sausage available for donation. General Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, lessons,
publisher's employees or otherwise, and Toys for Tots Applications Anchorage store ill be open and guided tours of the settlement telp. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
there shall be not liability for non-inser- Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- will available. Walk through time intb the natu~ral Aloholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
t f ay a ent byo e. plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys sugar cane fieldAdmission and parking free. Syrup p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
tion of any advertisement beyond the will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m. and theSyrup maker OVD will be for sale. Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
amount paid for such advertisement. This Application Deadline Today is the deadline for Special congregation meeting -10 a.m.- '
newspaper will not knowingly accept or new students planning to enroll in the Spring 2014 Bethel Star M.B. Church in Cypress .Presence of all TUESDAY, DEC. 3
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- semester at Chipola College to apply. Call 718-2211. current members and inactive past members who a Toys for Tots Applications Anchorage
ing which expresses preference based on ) Sewing'Circle- 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior wish to reestablish their membership. Agenda of Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna;Ap-
legally protected personal characteristics is Citizens, 29310ptimist Drive in Marianna. Call 482- the business to be discussed and voted upon at the plications will be taken untilnnoon on Dec. 6. All toys
not acceptable. 5028. congregational meeting during worship service.' To will be distributed on Dec.21starting at l0a.m.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting -Noon' -reestablish membership review bylaws and become Sewing Cicle Jackson County Senior
HOWTO GETYOU to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist in good standing financially with the church. Contact Citiens, 2931ptimist Drive in Marianna Call 482-
NW UTO tLT YUR Church, 2901Caledonia St. in Marianna. Tomeco White 209-7637 for further details on 50Citiens; 2 931 Optimist Drive Marianna. C
NEWS PUBLISHED obtaining cop 5028. byas
NEWSPUBLISHED AlcoholicsAnonymous Open Meeting 8-9 obtainingcopy f byla Meeting Noon
The Jackson County Floridan will publish p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist, FDQT 5-Year Plan Public HearingSession to .m in the AA room of First United Methodist
news of general interest free of charge. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. 10:30 am. at he Flord Department of Tran Church, 2901 Caledonia St in Marianna.ethodist
Sportation DistrictThree.Design Coriference Room, '
Submit your news or Community Calendar ) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. 1074 Highway 90, Chipley. Hearing is to present and i Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting
events via-e-mail, fax; mail, or hand delivery. Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call receive input on the work program for fiscal years Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St.,.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, 482-3734 .. July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2019 and consider Marianna:
anniversary and birth announcements. The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL32447,
Forms are available at the Floridan offices, email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
Photographs must be of good quality and
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the Police R oundup
right to edit all submissions. Marianna Police Jackson County calls, one burglar alarm, six )) Tony Brooks, 32, 639 High-
GETTING IT RIGHT Department Sheriff's OfficA traffic stops, one follow-up way 71 North, Marianna, viola-
The Jackson County Floridan's policy investigation, one animal tion of state probation, one
is to correct mistakes promptly. To The Marianna Police De- The Jack- complaint, two property obstruction by disguise, child
report an error, please call 526-3614 partment listed the following -" son Courty checks, one assist of a motorist nonsupport.
Monday-Friday. incidents for Nov. 21, the latest @, -:- Sheriff's Office or'pedestrian and two home n Karen Braxton, 35, 2916
available report: Two accidents, c i and county security checks. Maridale Road, Marianna,
two suspicious people, one fire/rescue obstruction by disguise, viola-
verbal disturbance, 14 traffic reported the tion of state probation, child
$ K' stops, one larceny complaint, following Jackson County nonsupport.
one juvenile complaint, one incidents for Nov. 21, the latest Correctional FaRclity plat
suicide attempt, two animal available report: One stolen Jail Populaton:210
complaints, one property tag, one suspicious incident, The following people were
check, one assist of another one suspicious person, one booked into the county jail dur- To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
Sagency, one public service calls, verbal disturbance, one ing the latest reporting periods: at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
one patrol request, one open residential structure fire, one Sean Daniels, 38, 794 Fair- agency.
*cF.O noc ndoor or window and 13 home commercial structure fire, five view Road, Marianna, violation To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
.JCFLORIDAN..COM security checks, medical of state probation. 404-FWCC (3922).

Heroes are those who shaped our lives LukeRcrdRberts
was born at 11:11 a.m. on
Sept. 19, 2013 at Tallahas-
SA ile growing up in "The Word" believe in media that often good for granted while many see Memorial ospital
/ inAinerica, most David, who became a hero things go unnoticed or are children and adults focus Talahassee. At birth,a
V of us have been after slaying ignored. Some parents, on athletes, entertainers he weighed 5 pounds
aware of make-believe Goliath the who have one of the big- and politicians to look up 13 ounces and was 18.8
characters that are con- giant, or the gest responsibilities in to. The search for suc- inches long. The third
sidered heroes. Through "real life" the world, work two or cess has instilled greed, son of Ryan and Jennifer
cartoons, comics from the supernatural even three jobs in order boastfulness, deception Roberts of Marianna,
newspapers, comic books powers of for their child or children and fame into the fiber Luke jos brothers Blake,
and toys, fictitious charac- Sampson to not only live a com- of our country. Many of n sboths Bl
ters have become a part of that were fortable life but, in many our citizens are so caught Maternal grandparents
our lifestyle. The enjoy- Vincent given to him cases, to get a good qual- up in financial gain and are Rhonda Brown an d
ment and entertainment MlPh Y by God. ity education. popularity that they Greg Brown of Fountain,
that have been presented Recently Though many parents seem to forget the most and ames and Julie
to us through cartoon and the thought came to me wouldn't ask for a pat on valuable people in their Condrey of Cottondale. are Richard and Rochelle
movie characters such as of how even in our day the back, shouldn't they lives Paternal grandparents are Wager of Marianna, the
Superman, Batman and and time there are "real be commended for their If we would take the Richard and Ellen Rob- late Busterand'Dorsey
Robin, The Lone Ranger life" people who could dedication and sacrifices? time to stop and think of ertsofGrand Ridge, and Condrey of Cottondale
and Tonto, Popeye the be considered heroes What should we consider who has "really been most the late Helen Roberts of and ern o Mae and the
Sailor, and newer heroes and, in many cases, they a teacher who spends important" in helping Grand Ridge. late Dowlins Hollister of
such as Iron Man, have are closer to us than we much of their own time to shape our lives, our Great-grandparents Grand Ridge
been nonstop year after realize. One definition of and accepts a modest definition of heroes might
year. a hero is a man of distin- salary in order to help give change somewhat. We
Most of these characters guished courage or ability,, many children an honest should thank God and Birthday
have captivated us as chil- admired for his deeds and chance at success when feel blessed for having e Rn Rober
dren and, in some cases, noble qualities. Of course, no one else, even their those in our lives who Bla an Roberts of
as adults. Just the idea of a woman with similar families, believes in have been inspiring influ- Marianna celebrated his
someone or something definitions would be them? ences on our lives, sixth birthday on Aug.
being able to have super called a "heroine." In many cases, the 29. He is the son of Ryan
power brings on excite- There is so much bad people who are invlu- Thomas Vincent Murphy can be andJennifer Roberts of
ment. Those who believe news we hear through the able in our lives are taken reached Marianna and has two
brothers: Austin, 4, and
Luke, 2 months.
C His grandparents are
Scouts enjoy camping, canoeing gndarn are
n ,mRhondaBrown and Greg ,
-.outs eno camp Brown, f Fountain, James
and Julie Condrey of
Special to the Floridan Coatondale, Richarf and
Ellen Roberts of Grand -
Ridge, andthe late Helen was heldon Aug. 31, at
B eoy Scouts in Troop Roberts of Grand Ridge. the Blue Springs Recre-
camping together Nov.d Great-grandparents ationalAreain Marianna,
10camping akintogether Nov.ur- are Richard and Rochelle with many friends and
n9-10, moatg the our- Wagner of Marianna, family members in at-
nthe Chipoa River. Scots Vera Mae and the late tendance, After enjoying
the shipola River.' the venue Sc Electiots
began their advenotures Dowlins Hollister of pizza, Blake opened his
begand theiry. aventures- Grand Ridge, andthe late gifts and then he and his
day morning y ting Buster and porsey Cdn- guests had fun swim-
at the ScotHut at 7:3i0 drey of Cottondale. m:ig fob the rest of the
S"Mario"-themed party afternoon.
a.m. It was perfect weath-
er for canoeing, with sun-
ny skies and an occasional
cool breeze. FSA programs face
Scouts and leaders be-: SUBMITTEDPHOTOS
gan their journey at Yanc- Owen Gilley (left) and Gavin Tharpe work together. to. maneuver their canoe. en reductio
ey Bridge in Marianna, pendi greductions
with the day's course tak-
ing them through 16 miles Special to the Floridan exempt by statute from
of beautiful countryside. sequestration, thus these
Scouts practiced valuable The USDA's Farm Ser- payments will not be
skills in teamwork and vice Agency is reminding reduced.
adhered strictly to safety # farmers and ranchers who These sequester per-
rules duiing their memo- participate in FSA pro- centages reflect current
rable day together on the grams to plan accordingly law estimates; however
water. in FY2014 for automatic with the continuing bud-
Upon arriving at their spending reductions get uncertainty, Congress
camp site, scouts put up known as sequestration. might still adjust the
their tents and quickly be- The Budget Control Act of exact percentage reduc-
ganpreparations fornight- 2011 mandates that fed- tion. The announcement
fall. After supper, every- eral agencies implement intends to help produc-
one gathered around the autohfatic, annual re- ers .plan for the impact
campfire to enjoy games diuctions to discretionary of sequestration cuts in
and one of Scoutmaster and mandatory spend- FY2014.
Kleinhans' imaginative ing limits. For mandatory At this time, FSA is re-
campfire stories. programs, the sequestra- quired to implement the
Arising early the next tion rate for FY2014 is 7.2 sequester reductions.
morning, each patrol 'pre- .Troop 3 leader/tareasurer Andy Campbell Gavin Tharpe (kneeling), Owen Gilley (middle) percent. Accordingly, FSA Due to the expiration of
pared breakfast and en- (left) and Scoutmaster Bill Kleinhians piepare and Walker Crawford cook their breakfast is implementing seques-
joyed a devotional and to begin the canoeingjourney. together. tration for the -followig See FSA, Page 4A
scripture reading pre- programs:
sented by leader David 3 Dairy Indemnity Pay- A
McArthur. Before leaving ment Program;
the camping area, scouts a Marketing Assistance
"policed" the area to make Loans;
sure the area was clean ', Loan Deficiency
and left in as good, or bet- Payments;
ter, shape than when they a Sugar Loans;
arrived. Scouts then began Noninsured Crop
the last four miles of their "'''"' Disaster Assistance
canoe trip and exited the Program;
river at Peacock .Bridge a Tobacco Transition
Road. Payment Program;
SThe Marianna Optimnist n 2013 Direct and Coun-
Club is the chartering or- ter-Cyclical Payments;
ganization for Troop 3 Boy Assistant senior patrol leader Cameron Powell uses his kayaking sklls to start the trip down 3 2013 Average Crop
Scouts. the Chipola River. Revenue Election
For more information Kleinhans at 526-2897. tion has a Chipola River dep.state.fl.uslgwt/guidel Program; '
about Boy Scouts, please The Florida Department Padding Trail Map on their designatedpaddle / ) 2011 and 2012 Sup- at
call- Scout Master Bill of Environmental Protec- website at, http://www. Chipolaguide.pdf. plemental Revenue As- SO l
sistarice Program; fl f JE[ZBS
) Storage, handling; GaMO~orGIrs
Pets on Parade and Economic Adjust- ,
ment Assistance for up-
.land cotton.' Downtown Marianna
Conservation Reserve 850.482.4037
program payments are

Bashful is a sweet, shy little shih tzu-mix that is about 3 years
old. Found Friday sitting on the steps of a business next to the
Ark Animal Hospital in Marianna, she looks to be well taken BEN SAUNDERS, D.M.D.
care of. Shelter staff hopes her owner is missing her and will 11/2 Not
recognize her picture. Partners for Pets is a non-profit, no-kill ava PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
animal shelter located at 4011Maintenance Drive in Marianna. y,24 49471 1 Highway 90 East *Marianna, FL
If you recognize this dog; or to find out how you can adopt a n (Between Burger King & Big Lots) 526-SPIT


Vintage Ashton-Martins, French chalets and Waylon Jennings
First in a series regarding hiring a pro- goods like vintage au- lion NewYork penthouse its were at odds with those functions every day or
"We've been so busy kee- spective financial adviser. tos and pricey art? If so, and enjoyed a $3 million of the vast majority of his vacationing for months
pin'up with theJoneses... One is avoiding an adviser according to Marotta, Hamptons home on the clients. His own personal at a time, someone else is
Four car garage and we're with a lay- you maywant to reevalu- weekends. This was in investment accounts were probably managing your
still building on;Maybe ish lifestyle. ate your relationship, addition to a $9.3 million not that sizable given the money. Who that "some-
it's time we got back to the "Your best "Wealth is what you save, mansion in south Florida. level of his spending. one", is and if they actually
basics oflove." defense is not what you spend," On the French Riviera, Madoff's lifestyle also have your goals and risk
"Luckenbach, Texas" by .to engage he says. "That's why an Madoff owned a $1 million begs an important ques- tolerance and best inter-
Waylon Jennings (Writ- an adviser ostentatious and exces- chalet and operated two tion: while he was jetting ests in mind is another
ten by Chips Moman and Margaret whose daily sive lifestyle is a red flag boats. He frequently spent about, who was managing good question you may
Bobby Emmons) McDowell practices for an investment adviser. $100,000 a month on his clients' money? Actu- want to ask.
reflect ways The rich buy investments chartered jets and limou- ally managing, monitoring
WAThere does your to safeguard ... not liabilities like boats sines. In his apartment sat and rebalancing private Margaret R.McDowell ChFC, AIR
/ investment the money under his or and cars." a Steinway concert grand wealth portfolios requires a syndicated economic columnist,
Sadviser live, and her fiduciary care," says "If Bernie Madoff had piano. He bought his that an adviser spend Chartered Financial Consultant and
what does he/she drive? Marotta. "As part of iden- bought businesses and brother a vintage Aston- countless hours daily, Ac ed ted'nvestmept FiSuciary,
What are his/her spend- tifying such an adviser, investments, he would be Martin, which was used as glued to a computer and Management, LoLC. r(850-60
ing habits? And why make sure there is a mu- ,able to make restitution of a company car. multiple screens, eading, ta
should you care? tual understanding that an those initial investments. The spending was unbe- and studying the move-' "Fee-Only" Registered Investment
David John Marotta ostentatious lifestyle is not He might even be able to lievable. All on the backs ment of securities and Advisery Firmlocated narDestin
writes in MarottaonMon- a valid financial goal." pay a fraction of the gains of trusting investors. Obvi- analyzing industry trends. foAio managemeanth s ci in pt-h that there are 10 Does your investment he claimed to have." ously, Madoff's personal If you see your adviser $250,000 or more of irvestable
important safeguards adviser purchase showy Madoff owned a $7 mil- wealth management hab- glad-handing at public assets.
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Day," the Marianna:
branch of the organiza- n sn
tion recently donated .Y
clothes and toiletries
Sto residents of Chipola
Nursing Pavilion.
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Altrusa members Sue
Donaldson and Andrea
Sellers, Chipola Nurs-
ing Pavilionemployee
Cheryl Laycox and Al :
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FDOT seeks input on five-year work program

Chipley session Panama City. 1270 at least seven days and within 10 days there-
S set fo Dec. 3 FDOT Ponce DeLeon before the meeting. after. Comments should
s. Operations Center Confer- Written comments from be addressed to James
Special to the Floridan ence Room, 1723 Sunrise TPOs/TPAs and other in- T. Barfield, EE., District
Circle, Ponce de Leon. terested parties will be re- Secretary, FDOT, District
Officials from the Florida The hearing will cover ceived by the Department Three, 1074 U.S. 90, Chi-
Departmentoffransporta- the following counties at at the Public Hearings pley, FL. 32428.
tion are gearing up to hold the scheduled session
apublic hearing session on times. Public comment
the department's tentative time should begin about i -, .o.a t JI at wan
five year work program. 45 minutes after the be- 7 o ipp
The hearing will be held ginning of each session. ewlew4p, peaede 4 t4 pend
to present .and receive in- ,8:00 a.m. Escam- gi ~~g&a'ane! eCme and Join 'L, 1a~
put on the work program bia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa,
for fiscalyears July 1, 2014 andWalton counties.
through June 30, 2019 and D 10:30 a.m. Bay,
consider the necessity.of Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes,
making changes to the Jackson, and Washington
program. counties.
The session will be held )) 1:30 p.m. Franklin,
Tuesday, Dec. 3 in the Gadsden, Jefferson, Lib-
FDOT District Three De- erty, Leon .and Wakulla
sign Conference Room, counties. FREE gi Dinner
1074 U.S. 90, Chipley and Public participation is ~ill
broadcastedlive to the fol- solicited without regard
SUBMITTED PHOTO lowing locations: to race, color, national (firt 300 people)
A monument honoring military veterans was dedicated Nov.16 ) FDOT Midway Opera origin, age, sex, religion,
at Comerford'Vault and Memorial Service in Sneads. tions Center Conference disability or family sta- Date: Thursday, November 28th
M ilitary m onum ent Room, 17 Commerce Blvd., tus. People who require (Thanksgiving Day)
itary m o um ent Midway. special accommodations Time: Serving from 11:00AM 1:00PM
) FDOT Milton Opera- under the Americans with
tions Center Conference Disabilities Act or people Place: Grocery Outlet Parking Lot
Highway, Milton. services (free of charge) MENU
Special to the Floridan Several members of the ) FDOT Panama Opera- should coitact Regina Turkey* Dressing or Mashed
community were present tions Center Conference Battles at regina.battles@ Potatoes w/ gravy Green Beans
On Nov. 16, at the Com- as Sneads American Le- Room, 3633 Highway 390, or 850-330- Dinner Roll Cranberry Sauce
erford Vault and Memo- gion Post 241. presented Pumpkn or l 1
rial Service on U.S. 90 in the colors and closed the LOOKING FOR MORE NEWS?.VISIT w/ Whipped Cream Iced Tea
Sneads, an 1l-foot-6-inch, service with playing of WWW.JCFLORIDAN.COM
white and black granite Taps. WWW.JCFLORIDAN.COM
monument was dedicated
by Pete Comerford, pro- 1h.
prietor, to tll service mem-
bers of, all conflicts, from
the American ,Revolution
to the present.
Comerford, a devout re- ,
ligious man, 'stated. that
though he was not' alled
to duty, he wanted to ex-
press his gratitude to those
who had been.

Man'gets life
for robbery that
killed siblings
Bay-area man has been
sentenced to life in prison
for participating in a rob- -
berythat left two teenage
siblings dead..
A Hillsborough County
judge sentenced 21-year-
old Charles Waits on
Friday. Hemvas convicted
last month of two counts
of first-degree murder, two
counts of armed robbery SALON
and one count of armed 850.526.4544
Authorities say 16-year- C OR* HIGHLIGHTS HAIRCUTS
year-old Jeremi Brito were GE
found shot inthe head at GEL POLISH MASSAGES
their home in June 2011. No Appointments Necessary...
Waits testified that ,
another man, Tavari Grant, W o Receive $15 Of First Serce with Us!
was the one who killed
them. Waits said he took
Grant to the home only to Come J
buy marijuana from Kiara, sTl ER APPRN DA
but Grant forced Waits at DECEMBER 3RD M 8PM

fled before the siblings DSCOUNTS & DOOR PRZES

Prosecutors dropped .
charges against Grant, ,
citinginsufficient evi"-
dence. But Grant remains .
in prison on unrelated
convctins."2910 BORDEN STREET
Second twin dies ; -wE-
after pregnant ,
mother fatally shot .
ORLANDO.- Authori-
ties say a second twin has
died after a 33-year-old
Orlando man allegedly '
shot and killed his wife,
who was eight months
pregnant with twins. S .
Michael Boyce ini- a R :
tially told Orange County 'l :
sheriff's deputies when he
was arrested last week that
Alexis Boyce shot herself ,
in the head, but later said
he accidentally shot her
The mother and one of the
babies were pronounced -.
dead on the day of the
shooting. The surviving
twin died Thursday night.
Boyce made his first
court appearance Satur- -
day. Authorities said he i
now faces a third charge of
first-degree murder in the
deaths ofhis 23-year-old -
wife and babies.
Deputies say the victim's 4
parents were in theirbed- ff
room when the shooting i -\' "
occurred last week.
From wire reports L,: / \i, :I ;::,: z ,


Rising seas threaten 5PEND SPEND
Florida's future HOURs MIWONS
T he word "resilience" got a serious workout at the MAKING TO BUY I
fifth Southeast Florida Regional Climate Lead- /
ership Summit in Fort Lauderdale lastweek.
EPA Deputy Administrator Bob Perciasepe used it to
describe the type of cleaner energy production needed
in the country to reduce heat-producing emissions and. .
lIso as an objective for South Florida in dealing with
the inevitable rise of sea level as the Earth heats up.
Addressing elected officials, business leaders and the
public, Mr. Perciasepe rightly praised South Florida
leaders for creating a four-county alliance tdodevelop
ways to prepare and protect the region as the sea rises
over the next 50 years; an increase that could be in
inches or feet, depending on various contributing fac- TA .
tors. Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe and Palm Beach
counties have a lot to lose if the sea level rises even
three or four inches over five decades. .
Billions of dollars worth of public infrastructure, pri-
vate businesses, residents' homes and more-are at risk, -
notjust for frequent flooding, but also outright inunda- T R ep blu ican culng I m
tion and destruction. p u- "
But as chronicled this week in several Herald articles BYCOKIE OBERTS AND nees over the years. But are evenly divided: four judges to obtain favorable
and WLRN radio reports, the public battle to prepare STEVEN V.ROBERTS the rejection of Millett, named by Republicans, rulings.
for rising seas is still in its infancy in this region and not. and three other Obama four by Democrats. Three Again, let's be clear.
more than a blip on the radar in the state Capitol. Peo- T atricia Ann Millett nominees.for the D.C. seats are open, and any Democrats are not blame-
ple still want to live aloig the water. Developers, with a [ spent 15 years as a Circuit, goes far beyond additional judge would, less. They have certainly
few exceptions, keep building condos with aterfront Justice Department the legitimate eercise of 'disturb the partisan bal- helpedinflame the judi-
views and politicians who reject the very idea of climate lawyer, seven of the' minority rights. *. ance. (Since five of the :\ cial wars. But there is a
change are still getting elected. under the second Presi- Elections have conse- six senior judges, who difference.
Yet, there are glimmers of progress. In itself, the ex- dent Bush. She argued 32 quences. And forllpresi- still hea cases, were ap- For one thing, Republi-
istence of the four-county climate leadershi alliance, casebefore the Supreme dents, one of their most pointed by Republicans, cans are far moe tena-
which represents 5.6 million residents, is encouraging. Court, another 36 before lasting legacies is their ap- conservatives actually cious than the Democrats
So are burgeoning education programs to teach chil- appellate courts, and in pomitments to the fedral have a working m ajoi. in blcking judidiali omi-
dren in South Florida about the effects of globaiwarm- 2004 she was given the courts,:Obama wona'se- Republicans of copurse,, 'iees. Democrats have
ing in theirlifetimes, whittling the climate-chihgei; department's Distin- ond termlast yeacleary deny crass political m held the White House for
skeptics over time. :.: guished ServiceAward and'ddecisivelyYeti thii tives.They are blocking, 13 of the last 25years and
No one is yet seriously talking about retreating from by a Republican attorney critical area, Repubclicans Obama's 'nominees y tey, yet 5. of thelast19 judges
the coastline, but they should be. In 50 years,certainly general. are trying to deny the say, because the court is approvedfor theD.C.
in a century, scientists predict that our coast simply After President Obama public itop veturn underworked and doesnt Circuit were nominated
won't be there anymore. We need to prepare, now, to nominated her for a seat the resultsof that elec- need morejudges.'Sen. by Republicans -.a huge
become resilient -to endure and prevail- in the on the D.C. Circuit Court tion. That's un-American Charles Grassleyeven imbalance.
future. of Appeals earlier this and unprecedented. accuses Obama of "court- That's a good standard
__ ,, .. ..... year, prominent. con- The D.C. Circuit is ften packing,"as iffilling that's obviously being
servative lawyers like Ken- called the second-most apant seats issomeow trashed in the current
ScrippS HOWard News Service neth Starr endorsed her powerful courtin the illegitimate. Senate. And it won't be,
catididacy. At her Senate country. It adjudicates This is mply a lie. It easy to revive. The center:
T h e real J F K hearing, Ted Cruz praised many consequential ranks with the GOPargu- of the Senate continues to
Sher "very e professional disputes between goverm- ment that they favpr vote dwindle, ard onlyfive qf
credentials." ment and business, and ID laws toprevent voter those. 14dealmakers are
But last month, Cruz four of the nie justices fraud. That's a lie, too. left in dffice. .'
arid other Senate Repub- now serving on the Su- In both cases, 'teir mo- A new gang needs to
co n sc .7;licans staged a filibuste~ preme Court came from tives are pure power poli- stepforward ahd find a
S that blocked her nomina- its ranks. !tics and everyoneknbws workablecompromise.
c n sp tion. This is an outrage. The real reason for the it. If anyone isguilty of They need to save the
he presidency of John E Kennedy, and especially Yes, politics have alw.ys Republican.rejectio of "court-packing,"it's the Senate from'itself.Agaii.'
Sits abrupt and brutal ending, seems an inex- infected judicial selec- Mil andRepulicans. Or "court-
haustible source of Conspiracy theories the tions and yesDeimocrat 'is obvous. ghtno unpackng," to be precise Steve and Cokie Roberts can be
grassy knoll, the mob, Cuban assassins, a second have harassedplenty eeight si g mem- since they're reducing the contacted by email atsteveckie@
shooter, a cabal of right-wing Texas oilmen. As soon as of IRepublican nno es ofhe .tC. Cct number of Demotratic
one theory is debunked another comes along to restart -
the conspiracy machine.
However, one conspiracy isreal: John Kennedywas W IQIJa moi-ioi
averysickmai ebsi physicales imppsycholact Obamacare opinion
cripple, and Kennedy and his aides conspired migh''
ilyto cover up his ailmiehtts on he not unreasonable1 ad news for CLNN, the possible to buy health insurance
grounds that had they been known Richard Nixon Chicken Little News Net- without first provigthat yu'prob-
would probably have won the election. LJ work, that is, justabout all of ably won't need it. Also vanishing is
Kennedy ingested a veritable pharmacy of medicines, them lately: In states which have the concept of "rescission," where,
as many as eight at once, to keep going codeine, set up their own Affordable Care say, abreast cancer diagnosis can
Demerol and methadone for pain; hydrocortisone and Act marketplaces enrollmentis i trigger an investigatio raimed at
testosterone to make up for an adrenal insufficiency proceeding apace:Indeed, me- voiding your policy,
-caused by Addison's disease; antidiarrheal drugs; dia.melodrama'about "Obama's The portability of coverage under
steroids for strength and collitis; procaine injections for Katrina" and similar formulations C M 4~IJIMyF i the ACAis also going to give people
back spasms; medicine to lower his abnormally high, appears paradoxically to have the the enhanced economic.liberty
cholesterol levels; antibiotics for periodic infections; reminded people that dependable Republicans alwayssaypeople
Ritalin and Librium for anxiety; barbiturates for sleep; health insurance is at last available waxes enth isiastic: "California should have althogh what
and antihistamines for allergies. te them and their families. Obamacareis20 indsof awe- they usually mean in practice is
And these are only from the few medical records that Not only doesn't the political sky some. Ittook 4 miinutes to sign 'absolute freedom for corporations
have been released and the relative handful of doc- seem to be falling, but, according up and it will save-me between while you keep quietly doing as
tors and historians who have been allowed to examine to the Los Angeles Times, signups 6,000 and 11,000 dollars'PER YEAR you're told.
them. His medical records are closely guarded by a in California during the first two depending on whether I have ; Lost your job? Well, you haven't
three-member panelof Kennedy loyalists and the panel weeks of November doubled those to go to the doctor. And now if I lost your health care,
members have been very sparing of access, for the month of October. Sev- want to switch jobs or be self-em- Of course Republicah trolls are
Misrepresenting, concealing and downright lying eral other states are also showing ployed I don't have to worry about everywhere, too. Maybe the most
about a president's health problems is almost as old strong enrollment growth. The pre-existing BS conditions that amusing thing about the Wash-
as the White House itself. The severity ofWoodrow. governors of Washington, Con- they've turned me down for in the ingtop media hullaballoo over
Wilson's stroke in his second term was known only to a' riecticut and Kentucky co-signed past even though I've never had a .the president's Big Lie was how it
few close advisers; in the pre-TV days many Americans aWashington Post column about serious disease or been hospital- reprised George W Bush's greatest
were unaware that Franklin Roosevelt could not walk; how they're making the law ized. Don't drink, don't smoke, hits. Was the health care debacle
Dwight Eisenhower and Lyndon Johnson.similarly suf-. work. not overweight ... my pre-existing "Obama's Katrina," Obama's "Mis-'
fered from heart attacks downplayed by their staffs; and The indispensible Kevin Drum crime against humanity? Over 50. sion Accomplished," or "Obama's
it was only years later that the public fould oiif;how i: draws a preliminary conclusion: Ifyou were over 50 in the pre-ACA Iraq"?
close Ronald Reagan came to dying from a would-bbe "It really is all about the website ... days, it was next to impossible to Fix the website, and the political
assassin's bullet. .' Thebottom line is the Republican get a policy." problem fixes itself.
In a remarkable displayof stoicism, determination' P'arty's worst nightmare: Once A plant? Could be. Trolls are
and self-control, Kennedy performed his.public duties Obamacare has been up and run- everywhere on the Inrtemet. The Arkansas Times columnist Gene Lyns is a
unflinchingly even though as oneinternal medicine ning for a while, it's going to be fellow could be a Democratic op- National Magazine Award winne and'co-author
specialist Observed, "The most remarkable thingwas pretty popular ... Just get the damn erative typing an approved script. of"The Hunting of the President" (St. Martin's
the extent to which Kennedy was in pain every day of website working." However, it's definitely true that Press, 2000). You can email Lyons at eugenely-
his presidency." A commenter to Drum's blog the Affordable Care Act makes it
The leader of an administration that promoted a : ..._ .'-- ,_
bustling can-do style and whose watchword was "vigor"
could not put a sock or shoe on his left foot unaided. Letter tO the Editor
And that was the Kennedy cospiracy. Ideas for our economic development all around
Just about every day someone our business, we probably wouldn't ments to the college, hospital,
0 'crosses my path and (with a little be here today. airport and other facilities might
nudging) shares with me their The key is to be open-minded consider that these entities are
history and experiences: retired and listen. multimillion-dollar companies. If
t firefighters; computer engineers; Someone once said that which you personally owned them, who
xo s city, state and federal law enforce- is flexible and flowing will tend to would you pick to watch your in-
dt f ment; doctors; manufacturers; grow, and that which is hard and vestment? Not that the people ap-
Se aircraft consultants- just about rigid will wither and die. pointed to these boards aren't great
t any profession you can imagine.' Some of Us are still looking for folks, but maybe there needs to be
S What ifour leaders had a way to that time when we as a commu- more consideration than politics
bring their ideas for growth in Jack- nity can embrace the thoughts, and friendship.
son County to the planning table? experiences and connections of We live in a tough economy. To
This could propel us like a rocket those who chose to make this their prevail, we must stay ahead of the
ot be prited For into the future. home. curve.
If it weren't for the ideas and ex- A good example: The people BOB PFORTE
j'periencedpeople we imported into who control the board appoint- Marianna


Obituaries Medis healin ourneleads to F
MariannaChapel Church Cemetery on Sun- i heaourn to FIU
Funeral Home day, November 24, 2013 at
3960 Lafayette Street 2:00 P.M. with Pastor John The Associated Press
Marianna, Florida 32446 Kramer officiating.
850-526-5059 A time of visitation will MIAMI Staff Sgt. Vic- be held on Saturday, No- tor Arvizu has spent 20
vember 23, 2013 from 6 to 8 years as a U.S. Army com-
P.M. at Marianna Chapel bat medic from the
Betty Herman Funeral Home. Middle East to the South
Marianna Chapel Funer- Pacific. He has pulled
Betty Herman, age 48 of al Home is in charge of a- glass shards from soldiers'
Marianna passed away on rangements. chests and taken blood
Wednesday, November 20, samples. He has inserted
2013 at her home. samples. He has inserte
A celebration of life serv- James & Sikes chest tubes and sutured
ices for Betty, will be held Funeral Home wounds.
on Monday, November 25 Maddox Chapel Today, he tends to retired
2013 at 6:00 P.M. in the As- 4278 Lafayette Street soldiers as a health tech at
cension Lutheran Church Marianna, Fl 32446 the Veterans Administra-
with Rev. Steven 850.482.2332 tion clinic in Pembroke
Mazzaferro officiating. Pines.
Marianna Chapel Funer- But he has long had am-
al Home is in charge ofar- Gerrie P. bitions of doing more. "All
rangements. along I've wanted to be a
Wikle nurse," he said of an as-
piration that crystallized
Gerrie P. Wikle, 73, died into determination during
Thursday, November 21, a 2004 stint in Iraq. There
2013, at Bay Medical Cen- he saw nurses knowledge-
Marianna Chapel ter. able about medicine sol-
Funeral Home She was a native of Ma- dier alongside doctors at
3960 Lafayette Street rianna where she has lived THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
Marianna, Florida 32446 most of her life. Gerrie was a combat hospital inside Medical tech Victor Arvizu listens to the heart of Korean Warveteran Gerald Golden 76, during
850-526-5059 a die-hard Gator fan, she Baghdad's Green Zone. a medical exam at the Pembroke Pines'VA Outpatient Clnic. also was a former school Now, Arvizu, 38, is wind-
bus driver for the Jackson ing up his career with a formal schooling and care, emergency rooms.....found Olenick, and was
Dora County School System, she Florida National Guard lifeexperience. they're amazing." accepted as the Very first-
a Dora operated Meemaw's Day- unit and getting ready to Arvizu is a case in point: The Veteran Bachelor's student in a class that will,
estbrook care for a number of years. embark on a transition Nursing students start out of Science in Nursing pro- for the most part; segre-
She was retired as a Nurse. that's a sign of the times: at FIU learning to start an gram, whose first class will gate the vets from the typ-
Ss. DGerrie was a member of Starting in January he intravenous linein a ian- begin in January, is not icalfour-yearstudents.
Ms. DoraWestbrook, age EvangelWorshipCenter. will leave his day job and nequin. Long before he meantto make the older Veterans who served
89,of Bascom passed away She is survived -by one
Sof m passed away She is survived b ne use the post-9/11 G.I. Bill deployed to the Combat world travelers start from honorably and for at least
on Thursday, November son, DannyWilde and wife,
21, 2013 in Jackson Hospi- Carla of Marianna; two to plunge into a new pro- Support Hospital in the scratch. Rather, the grant threeyears get 100 percent
tal. She was born on Octo- daughters, Terrie German gram at Florida Interna- Green Zone in 2004, Arvi- lets FIU provide coun- of their tuition covered, a
ber 29, 1924 in Jackson and husband, Ronnie of tional University with zu had already passed the seling and a special sec- $1,950 monthly housing
County to the late Marion Ozark, AL., Debora Cooper a study plan to become test of putting in an IV on tion to give the veterans stipend plus $1,000 a year
Mitchell Weaver and Tavie of Wausau; one sister, Ter- a registered nurse in just a live person. In the dark. credit for past classes and for books and supplies,
Ducker Weaver. Ms. esa Jordan of Auburn, AL.; one year. "The fact that they've life experience, assess- said Michael Pischner,
Westbrook was of the seven grandchildren and The program seeks .to traveled the world and ing and "refreshing" their director of FIU's Office
Methodist faith and retired 1i -great grandchildren. progro
Methodist faith andretired 11greatgralndchildren. tap the talent that has bring a global health skills while filling in the of Veteran and Military
from Sunland as a laundry Funeral service will be 2 come home from the wars perspective is amazing," gaps with formal Affairs.
mage preceded in death Novembe r in Iraq and Afghanistan says. FIU nursing profes- education. Combat medics-turned-
by her husband, Paul ship Center with Rev. and help likely mostly sor Maria Olenick, who In the case of Arvizu, he nurses might find work in
Blakley Westbrook, her pa- LaVon Pettis officiating. In- ,male, battle-tested med- won a $1.3 million federal has been taking classes to- emergency rooms deal-
rentsf sister, Lilla M. Pettis; terment will follow in Riv- ics fine-tune their skills grant to run the program ward a bachelor's degree ing with trauma cases..
daughter Carol Glisson; erside Cemetery with for civilian life. And help from 2014 until 2018 with between deployments. But Olenick envisions this
granddaughter, Lora Ann James & Sikes Funeral stem the national nursing the goal of graduating 90 Once he and his ife, a class of nurses could "help
Guy Picarelli grandson, Home Maddox Chapel di- shortage, too. veteran medics as nurses former Army medic al- to alleviite he nursing
John A. "Andy" Glisson; recting. Rather than study side- over the next four years. ready turned nirse, set- shortage all over" for
great grandson, Kasen' The family will receive by-side with F IU's first- "These guys are back tied in South Florida five examiple, in veterans hos-
Glissod' and great friends from 5-7 pm. Sat- year nursing students, and they're highly skilled," years ago, the goal seemed pitals and clinics because
grandaughter, Myra Ansley urday, November 23, 201 s t
Glisson adaut l ames & Sikes Maddox the program will evalu- she says. "Why let them more achievable. "veterans need a special-
Survivors include her son Chapel. ate these veteran med- get around as transporters Then he read in a vet- izedkindofcare, someone
William "Billy" Westbrook Expressions of sympathy ics and corpsmen and and phlebotomists? These erans chat room. about who's empathetic to what
and wife Terrie of Malone, maybe made online at give them credit for both guys could work in critical the nascent FIU program, they've been through.'
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SILVER SPRINGS--The m after the legendary Diana
National Park Service about rip current sk areer.a solo
plans to label Florida's rp As Terrell. s friend, Giles
iconic Silver Springs as TALLAHASSEE Flori- s Terrells friend, Giles
threatened in an upcom- da's emergency managers rubbed shoulders on th
ing report because of its are warning swimmers 197 music scene after
elevated level of contami- about a high risk of rip the ingerhitthebigtime
nants and depleted water currents along the state's Al Green ws t DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLRIDAN
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the springs earlier this Division of Emergency she had a huge crsh on brou nd her niche. hearght her to save.focedher future, but fornow and
yearnt's National Natural toManahigh risk of rip cur- When someone clued She was absorbed by ev- to close up shop and tend the foreseeable tomorrow,
Landmarkent's prNational Natural to is expectd each dayur- Green in on this, he ery aspect the steam, the to him. That pause would she's content to stay put
ver Springs' downgraded through Tuesday from said, 'Aw, she's just.a kid,' press, the hum of sewing turn into a two-year hia- and serve a community
status willbe reflected in Nassau County south Giles remembered. At 90 machines, the manual tus from the business. But that still includes some
the next program updaeecte, through Miami-Dadesouth pounds, quite short, and needlework, the feel of the about a year ago, with his of the people she knew in
the next program update, through Miami-Dade skinny as a rail at the time, fabric in her hands, health much improved, childhood.
and ithwill be thpark servie firhas A meteorologist with Giles was tooounung-look- Shelearned all she could she opened back up. And When an old-timer
needed to call attention to the agency says onshore ing for him to consider as at work, and converted a once her old custom- comes in, the visit might
the springs' decline, said winds and high waves are a potential girlfriend. She closet in her home into ers knew she was back in recall for her the years
Mike Litterst, a spokesman raising the risk of rip cur- was shattered when she a sewing room. She con- business, the flow of traf- she spent as a youngster
Mike itterst. a spokesman reaising the risk of rip cur- heard Green thought of stantly sewed for other fic through her. door im- making dolls from shreds
fortheU.S. Department of rents alongall of Florida's her as a kid, but that didn't people at home. Years lat- mediately commenced. of cotton and sections of
thCtrolyn Dav l coend hes wathir diminish her crush. Itlast- er, when she moved to At- Giles still misses life floursacks, andtheclothes
marksolyn Davis, the land- weekeonditions.aso might be ed for years, she said, and lanta, she opened her own in the big city, but she's she made them from scrap
marks program regional condvisited hazardous alsfor smaight boatse the memory of him still dry-cleaning store. Chris proud that her reputa- fabric she found inher en-
coordinator who visited hazardous for small boats. brings a smile. Cleaners thrived in the tion was strong enough to terprising mother's stack
Silver Springs in February, Giles lived several years Georgia city that sizzled draw her customers back of discards as she stitched
tells the Ocala Star-Ban- From wire reports in California, learning with its reputation as a hot in so thoroughly, even af- clothing for the family.
the dry cleaning business spot for entrepreneurs. ter atwo-year absence. On any given business
M arket aspect geared to each at her workplace, where She had built it into a She has three part-time day, she can often be
season. she had been hired as an profitable business when, employees and a best found in the little room
The organization was the intake clerk greeting cus- 10 years ago, she came to friend who volunteers her next to her intake desk,
From Page 1A brainchild of several Jack- tomers as they brought a realization that would time there. She still dreams toiling away at a sewing
son County Farmers Mar- their clothes in and picked bring her back home. of owning a shop with all- machine or bent close
provide backgroundambi- ket participants who had them up. But from the Concerned about her new equipment from the to send needle through
ence, and F-H youngsters art/craft skills and wanted start, shewasfascinatedby aging parents, she knew start; most of her current fabric in a hand-sewn
will be selling coffee, hot to do more with those what was going on in the she had to move back and pieces camewith the terri- repair so expert that her
chocolate and snacks as a when the farmers' market background as other em- take care of them. tory when she bought into customers will find it dif-
fundraiser for their various season at Madison Street ployees cleaned, repaired Soon after her return her existing business. ficult or impossible to find
projects. Park ended each year. and altered clothes and home, she opened Giles She toys with the idea theweldbetweenoriginal
This is the first of what For more information other fabric-based items. Cleaners next door to Mc- of moving back to bigger condition and her repair.
organizers hope will be- about the Dec. 7 event or She asked.her boss if she Daniel's grocery store in places someday, but is It's a field of expertise
come a quarterlyshowand to become part of it and could go back and learn Sneads. Itwas sixyears old unsure if she's really will- She's proud of, and one
sale event that will always the organization,, call Grif- somethinig from them. and going extremely well ingto pullup stakes again, that keeps her customers
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Bail set for teens in gang rape
.The Associated Press ladies is depraved, it is Authorities say the victim
just unconscionable that refused but was eventually
FORT LAUDERDALE, people can treat each other raped anyway, an act not
A South Florida judge like this," Porter said. "Vid- depicted on the video. The
has set bail for two teenage eos don't lie and the video other three alleged assail-
girls accused of taking part is there." ants are face sexual assault
in the gangrape of another It wasn't clear when they and kidnapping charges.
girl, which the attackers might be released, and one The mothers of Montes
allegedly videotaped with girl's attorney said her fam- and Avery both described
cellphones. ily might have difficulty 'them as good girls who
Fifteen-year-old Patri- raising even the 10 percent would not take part in such
cia Montes and 16-year- required for bail. Theyhave a crime. Avery has a history
old Erica Avery are both not entered pleas. of petty theft, authorities.
charged as adults with Prosecutors say the pair say, and Montes was re-
felony armed sexual as- and three others invited cently arrested for mari-
sault and kidnapping. The the 16-year-old victim to juana possession.
Miami Herald reports that a house, where they alleg- Montes' inother, Patricia
Broward Circuit Judge Lisa edly pinned her down and Dalecky, said her daughter
Porter set bail Thursday at began punching and kick- was not a troublemaker.
$100,000 for each girl even ing her. Authorities say the "i don't kiiow where it EYE NF
as she described the attack group refused to stop i'ntil came from, but this is not AT L
as exceedinglybrutal. the girl agreed to,have sex my little girl," Dalecky
"The conduct of these withal9-year-oldman. said. STOVE HOT LIQU ID &
Notguilty plea Thursday, a shackled Luis Suarez and her two chil- TOYS, BAGS
inwife's eath Toledo's appeared on sec- dren, 8-year-old Michael U .,HIMN
ond-degree murder and Otto and 9year-oldThalia
DELAND -A man who domestic battery charges: Otto. The three went miss- IS OPEN.
authorities say confessed in the death of his wife, ing Oct. 23 following a CANDLES, LIGHTERS,
to killing his wife has en- Yessienia Suarez. fight with Toledo.i O REACH OF i
tered a not guilty plea. Authorities are still R O ERLOAD ELECT
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Archaeology group ponders Civil War mystery

The Associated Press George Bums, founders of Sais got a tip from a hiker thing quite mundane. But could get 200 men in here, for medicines. A Union
the Cowfordgroup, handed who told him about the they wonder: Could it be shoulder-to-shoulder, with soldier's uniform button.
JACKSONVILLE It's out plastic leg coverings, to strange find in the woods. the earthworks of a fort flintlock rifles, if the Span- A fancy crystal handle and
a nothing-special grass guard against snakebites. After struggling through ordered built by James Ed- ish attacked them." nice ceramic pieces' that
parking lot in LaVilla, on There was extra water. Sais mud and thick vegetation, ward Oglethorpe, the Brit- Archaeologists dream of might have been used by
the edge of downtown. But went ahead, urging his four he saw it for himself. ish founder of Georgia, in such discoveries. And as officers.
the members of a fledgling companions to stay 10 me-. The find intrigues Sais preparation for his failed Sais, a garrulous 60-year- That sense of discovery
group called the Cowford ters apart: "If you hear me and Burns, though they 1740 siege of the Spanish old, likes to say: "Every- drives the searchers, who
Archaeological Research yell Ow! run like hell. don't know what it is in St. Augustine? where you walk in Jack- look past the humble park-
Society see it as something That means yellow jack- other than to say that "They've been looking sonville, history's under ing lot and see a bustling
quite grand, ets." Bums whacked away it's definitely man-made. for it a few hundred years," your feet." Civil War fort.
To them, this nonde- with a machete. They can't know until more Sais said. "We think we've At the LaVilla site, search- "There's enoughwork for
script patch of land is be- The 20-minute walk research is done, and they found it." ers have found perfectly us to do for the next 10,000
*ginning to look like the site passed uneventfully, say they won't dig without He can picture it: "They intact glass bottles used years," Sais likesito say.
of a lost Union fort, built in though, apart from some landowner permission.
1864 just outside the city vines that trip and branch- And they don't want to
walls of old Jacksonville. es that must be climbed publicize exact locations,
They've dug, and they've over or ducked under. And to prevent unscrupulous
found intriguing items soon, they were standing diggers from finding out.
from that era, including by their discovery. The Cowford Archaeo-
what they say is a nicely Right on the edge of one logical Research Society,
preserved shell casing for of the countless marshes its founders say, wants to
a Spencer rifle, which was in that area, it has four do it right. "We're not just a
used by Union troops. earth and oyster-shell bunch of fly-by-night ama-
Exciting stuff. But for walls, roughly rectangular, teurs," Burns said.
members of the mostly perhaps'6 feet high at its Burns is a registered pro-
amateur archaeological highest. fessional archaeologist,
group, there's a mystery In one corner, there's an with a master's degree in
in the city's vast northern opening. 'Could it have the field from Colorado
marshes that they think been a door, or is it just State. Sais has worked for.
could be far older and even natural erosion? Inside the decades as a contract ar-
more important. But it's walls, the ground is low chaeologist, and he has a
going to take bit of a hike and muddy, and trees are business selling tools of
to get there. growing up from the mud. the trade.
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Cocaine bust derails fledgling GOP congressman

The Associated Press states to drug-test recipi- GOP officials. He built a
ents of food stamps. reputation as an accessi-
FORT MYERS From One signature piece of ble congressman, devoted
the outset, U.S. Rep. Trey egislation was an amend- to town halls and public
Radel a brash and digi- ment to slash federal funds events
tally savvy darling of the for the National Sheep In- Then, on Oct. 29, Radel
political right was deter- dustry Improvement Cen- attempted to buy $250
mined to make a name for ter, which gives grants to worth of cocaine from an
himself. And so he has. sheep researchers, shear- undercover police offi-
Just 10 months after be- ers in training and sheep- cer in a Washington; D.C.,
ing sworn in as a member rancher associations. The neighborhood.
of Congress, the rookie Re- amendment won enthu- According to court docu-
publican-who supported siastic support,, but the ment, federal agents con-
drug testing for food stamp legislation to which it was fronted the congressman
recipients and. champi- attached died. and he invited them to
oned cuts in sheep-farm His embrace of social his aeartment, where he
subsidies, of all things media made him a stand-. turned over a vial of the
pleaded .guilty to cocaine out in Congress. His Twit- drug. A DEA official who
possession, took a leave of ter feed is filled with short spoke on the condition
absence from politics and video clips, jokes and of anonymity because he
checked into. a Naples re- running commentary on was not authorized to re-
habilitation center It was THEASSOCIATED PRESS FILE everything from "Obama- lease details of the case in
his purchase of 3.5 g ams Rep Henry "Trey" Radel (center) a freshman Republicanfrom Florida, joins Speaker of the- care" to. Skyall, the in- his own name said Radel
of cocaine from an under- House John Boehner, -Ohio (far left), Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Wash. (left), and House flight shopping catalog. A was identified to authori-.
cover officer in Washing- Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va. (right), at a news conference following a GOP strategy self-described "Hip Hop ties as a cocaine buyer by
ton's Dupont Circle neigh- session. Conservative," he reviewed his suspected dealer. Court
borhood last month that believe in faith, forgiveness talk show hosts are once word: "Cocaine." a Jay-Z album via Twitter documents said the law-
caused it all to unravel. and redemption." a gain focused on Florida. "If he were a coke-head and wrote a column for maker had purchased the
In a flash, an ambitious The 'unseemly distinc- "I can'twaitforthe School kid workingatMcDonald's, Buzzfeedabout the power drug on several previous
lawmaker. known to. few tion of a' drug arrest ,has House Rock on how a bill he'd be out of a job," said of rap. (He dubbed Public occasions.
outside southwest Florida derdiled a promising po- becomes a straw," cracked Richard Bruehl, a retired Enemy's "Fght the Power" For the next three weeks,
became America's "Co- litical career and divided Jon Stewart on "The Daily general contractor. a conservative anthem Radel didn'tskip a beat. He
caine Congressman," the this quie stretch of golf Show." Others were more "because I believe when held a re-electipnfundrais-
first sitting member of courses and retiremeht WhetherRaderemains a supportive. government expands it er at a Naplescountry club,
Congress to .-e charged commuiti es ith' the 'politician ora punch line is "We thought he was a re- becomes a political tool continued to ast votes
with a drug offense in more force of a hurnicane. The an open question. His of- ally great guy to represent meant to oppress.") and bashed "Obamacare"
than three decades. largest daily newspapers fice hasn't answered tues- us," said Carol Hess, a re- "This is where Republi- on Twitter. He did not tell
"I hope, like family and a growing nimber of tions from The Associated tired bisiness owner. "We- cans need tostep up to the House leaders about the
southwest Florida can for- Republicai leaders in the Press since his Wednesday justhope he gets the rehab plate," he told the /Naples bust until Tuesday, when
give me for this. .ve let district, which includes the :news conference. he needs and comes back i DailyNews."Weneedto get reporters broke the news
them down," Radel, 37, Gulf Coastcommunities of On Thursday in down- and continues for us." with the times, and be able about the case.
said in an'emotional late- Fort Myers and Naples, are, town Fort Myers, his name In the House, Rdel to share a message cutting On Wednesday, he
night press conference demanding his resigna- elicited rolling eyes and aligned himself with the, across generational, ethnic pleaded guilty to a misde-
Wednesday that marked tion. Potential challengers hearty chuckles. Asked tea party caucus, support- andculturallines." meanor drug charge and
an embarrassing retreat are openly weighing pri- about Radel, several vot- ing conservative reasures, Radel was backed' by was sentenced to a year's
from public view. "But I do mary bids. And late-night ers responded with one including one to allow- district, cunty andstate probation.

Riverview ban sometimes op for bused horses

The Associated Press
RIVERVIEW- They have
heartwarming stories of
victory over torture, star-
vation and abandonment.
But some days there are
no smiles. Just desperate
attempts by dedicated vol-
unteers to right the horrific
wrongs inflicted on their
RVR Horse Rescue,
tucked in a rural corner
in Riverview more than
a shout from congested
suburbia, is sometimes the
last stop for once-majestic
steeds whose owners have
beaten them, starved them'
or simply left them to fend
for themselves, with little
hope of survival. :
It is a recurring phen o B
enon that keeps the rescue I
"We are al about those Shawn Jayroe (left), co-founder of RVR Horse Rescue works with Solo, a rcently rescued hose who was left to starve. Kit Kelly (right)pets Princess Brittany,
who are on the edge," said a former Breeder's Cup winner who isone of six horses from a placev volunteers at te facit calle "Barn of Horrors" in Keystone Heights.
Shawn Jayroe, cofounriler is to rehabilitate, socialize at the rear of the property, took the animals from their"
of this bastion of healing. and desensitize the horses so RVR can board former owner, she said.
"We are not a dropoff for. -- and, when possible, find rescues to help fund the' Three of the six'- Hank,
people who no longer wait them adoptive homes., ongoing work there. She. Cochise and Sampsonr
their horses. Oii a scale of It's an expensive endeav- volunteered at the reseue -- could not be saved. A. .
one to 10, we are taking the or, costing about $10,000 a for a coupleof months be-fourth one, Bella, died A u c tio n s
ones those that nobody month just to buy feed and fore approaching Jayroe later,. a devastating loss. 1
else wants to take in. hay, said Jayroe, who pur- with her heckbook.. to a young RVR volunteer
"If there's a fight in their chased the 40 acres eight "I wasn't sure What I who stayed by the horse's
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their last days," she said, doned amid starving horses away," Smith said. '"They Shasta, are onthe ,mend, JACKSONVILLE, Tues., Dec.10 at 11:00 AM
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edies these enormous but tions, Jayroe said. Bob Judy back my whole life, but said. _-
dependent animals have of Green Fields Horse Pas- Shawn and the volunteers "People don't realizewhat
endured. ture Services built 'a medi- have gone way beyond. is happening out there," 'll u ~sHU DS l
"We have one that was cal stall at the rescue with Shawn told me her dream she said. "And things aren't. s mu- LI-E! A S O
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Breeder's Cup winner was are embedded in the slab donations, Jayroe said she
living surrounded by rot- beneath the stall. The De- gets alot of $5, $10 and $20
ting and dead horses, with BartoloFamilyFoundation, donations in the mail; "andT
no food or water. based in Tampa, recently those all add up, too. Every DOT"
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with metal arid broken' cal account at Surgi-Care handy recently when the -
glass, being fed under a Center for Horses. And rescue took in, six horses
collapsing metal roof, said the Triple B Riding Club in from what Johnson refers
Kit Kelly, rescue and adop- Brandon donated money to as a "so-called rescuein
tion coordinator for RVR, to complete fencing the Wimauma." The Hillsbor-
who talked the owner into property, so the non-profit ough County sheriff's agri- 103 Medical Drive, Dothan, AL 36303
giving him up. "We take in could qualify for an agri- cultural deputies took the
the worst of the worst." cultural tax rate. horses after they found the .o
The most prevalent is- And there's Carole Smith, animals starving. By the
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If government backs in-flight calls, will airlines?

The Associated Press Just as many schools and that "modem technologies
-workplaces block access can deliver mobile services
NEWYORK -The Feder- to pornography websites, in the air safely and reli-
al Communications Com- airlines use similar filters ably and the time is right
mission might be ready to to block access to Skype to review our outdated and
permit cellphone calls in and other Internet calling restrictive rules." Travelers
flight. But what about the services. protested to the agency
airlines? Gogo Inc., :which pro- and on social media. On a
Old concerns about elec- vides Internet access on White Housewebsite, ape-
tronics being a danger to American, Alaska Airlines, tition opposing the FCC's
airplane navigation have Delta, United, US Airways move attracted more than
been debunked. And. air- and Virgin America flights, 1,800 signatures by mid-
lines could make some recently announced a new day Saturday.
extra cash charging pas- service for passengers to Wheeler backed off Fri-
sengers to call a loved one send and redeive text mes- day. He clarified that "air-
from 35,000 feet. But that sages or make phone calls lines are best positioned"
extra money inight not be using Wi-Fi. 1 to make decisions about
worth the backlash from "We-know that the talk what's in the interests of
fliers who view overly portion for commer- passengers. The FCC's role
chatty neighbors as an- cial aviatiori is. not really should just be to decide
other inconvenience to go something airlines or their what is safe or not, and
along with smaller seats passengers want," Gogo cellphone calls are safe, he
and stuffed overhead bins. spokesman Steve Nolan said.
"Common courtesy goes THEASSOCIATEDPRESS says. "We understand that
out the window when peo- While the FAA is leaning towards allowing cellphone use during airplane flights, some fliers are The talk function was many \passengers would
pe step in that metal tube," worried that chatty seatmates might make the experience worse than it already is. designed for private jets prefer that voice calls not
says James Patrick II, a fre- and international airlines. be made on airplanes,"
quent flier from Newnan, let passengers make calls. as firm. Well, to complicate mat- Most Middle East airlines Wheeler said. "I feel that
Ga. "You think the debates The ban would remain in United Airlines says that ters even more, the airlines and a few in Asia and Eu- way myself."
and fistfights over reclining effect during takeoff and' if the FCC changes its rules, actually don't need to wait rope already allow voice Airline consultant Rober
the seat back was bad. Wait landing. "we will study it along with for the FCC. Yes, the gov- calls on planes. Mann says airlines have
until guys start slugging it DeltaAir Lines is the only feedback from customers enmient would need to Gogo's chief competitor, been using the FCC as an
out over someone talking majqr airline to. explicitly and crews." American Air- remove the restriction for' Global Eagle Entertain- excuse not' to allow cell-
too loud on the phone." state that voice callswon't lines has offered a similar you to make normal calls ment Inc.'s Row44 will de- phone us. He believes the
That's one of the reasons be allowed on its flights, approach. So has JetBlue, in flight. But there are al- but gate-t-gate. text ser- agency wants to get itself
the country's largest flight even if the FCC allows it. which says it would "wel- ready plenty of ways to vice for $2 aflight onselect out ofthe equation.
attendant union has come Delta -says years of feed- come the opportunity 'to make calls legally over air- Southwest Airlines aircraft Airlines "ought to own up
out against allowing calls back from customers show explore" voice calls but line WiFi networks, while Monday. :to what the real issues are,
in flight. The FCC is pro- "the overwhelming senti- "would prioritize making keeping your phone in Tont Wheeler, who be- Mann says. "They're not
posing to lift an exisfing ment" is to continue pro- the cabin comfortable and "airplane mode." The air- came the FCC'S chairman technology. 1They're, not
ban, and airlines would hibitingcalls. welcoming for all." lines just choose to block three weeks ago, issued a regulatory. It's a business
have to decide whether to Other airlines aren't Confused yet? such calls. statement Thursday saying decision."

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MHS Basketball

Bulldogs cap 3-0 opening week by beating BHS
BYDUSTIN KENT 12 points to lead the Bull- vis Blanton said he was prove on, but I thought we helped pick up some of caliber," the coach said. dogs, with Jamel Johnson much happier with his played better. Rutherford the slack with 25 pomits, "They're one of the better
The Marianna Bulldogs adding 11. team's performance was missing two key including 23 in the second programs around. If you
capped off an impres- Marianna opened the in Thursday's players, but they've half. can compete with them,
sive opening week of week with a 69-54 home game than in the still got a really nice Regardless of who was you feel like you're headed
the season with a 64-28 win over Cottondale and season-opener. team." on the court, Blanton said in the right direction."
road win over the Blount- added a 61-48 victory over "We played bet- The Rams were it was a meaningful victory Marianna will next play
stown Tigers on Friday the Rutherford Rams on ter overall. We did without guards Gabe for his club. the Malone Tigers on
night. Thursday at home. some nicestuff," he said. Steele and Josh Wade, "It is a big win anytime Tuesday night at Chipola
Herman Williams scored Bulldogs coach Tra- "We've still got a lot to im- but Khaliel Spearman you beat somebody of that at 7 p.m.


Hornets roll on

Kelsey Welch/For the Floridan
Malone's Antwain Johnson tries
to finish at the basket over the
Bethlehem defense during a game
Thursday night in Malone.



The Malone boys and girls bas-
ketball teams each picked up a
pair of lopsided wins Thursday PHOTO BY HALEY BOGGS
night over Bethlehem, with the Cottondale's Jaueric Gardner makes a hit on Northview's Cameron Newsome duriig the Hornets' 34-28 playoff victory over the Chiefs on
boys taking a 70-32 victory and Friday night in Cottondale.
the girHs win g 61-34.
of theight for the boys, lead- More late-game magic propels CHS past Northview and into state semis
ing the way by scoring 28 of his
game-high 32 points in the first BY DUSTIN KENT day night to improbably advance to the in his 16h and final season as coach. "Are
half. state semifinals. w e the most talented team out there? No,
The junior guard made six Norris Calhoui rushed for 191 yards but these guys have the biggest hearts
thiee-pointer, trew down two COTTONDALE In a season that has on 34 carries and three toucdowns and I've ever seen."
dunks, and reeled off 14 consec- often defied reason and logic, the latest scored the game-winner with 41.7 sec- After eiasing a 16-6 deficit in last
utive points during one stretch chapterin theCottondale Hornets' magi- onds left to lift the Hornets to a 34-28 vic- week's 28-23 win over previously un-
of his first-half onslaught. t cal postseason run may have been the tory that once again left theircoach mar- defeated Baker by scoring three fourth
S :most memorable of all. veling at their ability to beat the odds. quarter touchdowns, the Hornets had to
See MALONE, Page 6B Facing a 10-point second-half deficit "This is just the closest team and the come back from 22-12 down at halftime
for the second straight week, the Hornqts toughest team that I've been around," Friday.
rallied late to knock offthe defending 1A said Mike Melvin, who has taken the
SSHS Basketb state champion Northview Chiefs on Fri- Hornets further than they've ever been See HORNETS, Page 3B

Brown's 40..
B wTigeis top Wildcats

lifts 'Jackets

past Pirates
The Sneads Pirates dropped to
0-2 to start the season after fall-
ing to the VemrnonYellow-
jackets 64-57 on Fri- raceville's Derek
day night at home. raceville Derek
Alex Brown White goes up for
scored 40 points a layup during a
to lead the Yellow-
jackets, who rallied game against Altha on
from a 38-29 halftime def- Friday night in Graceville.
icit to get the win. The Tigers defeated the
Darius Williams scored 19
points fo Snieads; with Jeremy Wildcats 56-49.
Wert aading 18.
The Pirates opened the season
Tuesday with a 61-59 home loss
to the Altha Wildcats, but they
appeared ready to even their
record after a strong first-half
However, edswenticeacold went
in the second alf ad made just
3-of-18 shots after the break.

'Georgia SoUithern stuns
Florida 26-20 in Swamp
Page 3B


IIHS Soccer

Lady Bulldogs have winning streak snapped by Catholic
BY SHELIA MADER shot on goal. capable of marking tough
Floridan Correspondent Followin the game, strikers."
The Marianna High Marianna coach Scott In the last five games,
School Lady Bulldogs had Wiggins said he could not Marianna has onlyallowed
their four-match winning have been prouder of the three goals.
streak snapped at home team. The Lady Bulldogs fell to
Thursday night, falling to a "This was a total team ef- 4-2 on the season with the
talented Pensacola Catho- fort from our whole team loss.
lic squad 2-1. and by far the best defen- In the second game of
Catholic got both of its sive game we have had so the evening, the Bulldogs
goals in the first half, with far this year," he said. "We boys soccer team did not
Marianna goalkeeper Val- told the girls at half time fare as well, falling 6-0 to
erie Sims recording 11 of to leave everything on the Catholic.
her 18 saves in a scoreless field. Our defenders play The Bulldog, boys
second half. one of the most impor- dropped to 3-1-2 on the
Marianna's lone score tant positions on the field year.
came on a throw-in by and they receive the least Marianna will be off for
Lexie Basford to Lauren amount of glory. On our Thanksgiving week before TIM SNYDER/FOR THE FLORIAN
Canada, who passed to team, we have strong and resuming play the follow- The Marianna Lady Bulldqgs had. their four-match winning streak snapped by Pensacola
Taniyah Robinson for the fast defenders who are ing week. Catholic 2-1 Thursday night at Bulldog Stadium. Marianna is now 4-2 on the season

College Football GIS Basketbal

Miami snaps slide, tops Virginia GHS girls move

The Associated Press 2 -0in di t c
Howard knew exactlywhat was com- BY DUSTIN KENT The Lady Tigers wongo-
ing. First play of the game, screen ing away despite the loss
pass, something that has burned The Graceville Lady Ti- of one of their top scorers
Miami countless times in recent gers picked up their sec- :in sphomore wing player
weeks. ond victory of the season Dominique Robinson,
He guessed right. Thursday night at home, who suffered a season-
And with that, the tone was set for knocking off the Vernon ending injury in the last
a:redeeming day for Miami and its Lady Yellowjackets 45-26 week's loss to Paxton.
maligned defense. to move to 2-0 in District 2 Robinson was being
Howard returned an interception competition. counted on as one of the
19 yards' fora touchdown a mere 6 Madison McDaniel team's top offensive weap-
'seconds after kickoff, the first of four scored 24 points to lead ons this seabn, and while
turnovers that Miami turned into .the way for the Lady Habali said the losswill be
touchdowns, and the Hurricanes Tigers, who took a 22- difficult to overcome, he
snapped a three-game slide by beat- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS :11 lead into the halftime and his girls are trying to
ing Virginia 45-26 on Saturday to Miami's Jared Wheeler (75) stops Virginia's Anthony Harris (8) after intercepting a break and extended the stay focused on moving
remain alive in the Atlantic Coast pass during the first half of a college football game in Miami Gardens on Saturday margin to 24 in the third forward.
Conference race. weren't in trouble agaiir. Memorial Hospital in Miami, then' quarter. "It's tough losing Domi-
"Defense, I thought, really played "That's a good Miami team," Vir- released later Saturday night. Gold- :Madison was pretty nique. We'd like to have
their tails off," Miami coach Al Gold- ginia coach Mike London' said. en said Gunter was movinighi ex- dominant most of the herofcourse, but it iswhat
en said. "They played well and they capital- tremities and albrt, and teammates night iinside. We played. it is. We're mong on from
Added Miami quarterback' Ste- ized when they neded to and we' said he as talk-gaing i gwith thriugh her" Graceville where we aread just try-
phen Morris, on the defense: "They didn't." them while he was down n the tuf, c6achJon Habali said after ing to get better," he said.
were dominarit." Taquan Mizzell caught a touch- even as.they kneeled aroutd him. "She's just play- "We're 2-0 in district now
Giving up 483 yards, 28 first downs, down, pass .and ran :for another, "I told him he's still ugly, Rodgers ing great basketball right and that's what we wanted
11 third-down conversions and be-- while Kein ks ran for 130 yards said. Something to joke around, to now. And you can see the going into Thanksgiving.
ingon the field foriearly38 minutes and a touchdown forVirginia (2-9, 0- make sure he laughed." confidence in the other We're happy with where
wouldn't seem dominant. But being 7); which'has dropped eight straight JHurricanes football spokesman girls starting to step up as we are right now.We'rejust
largely responsible Sfor 28 points and lost toMliami for the first time Chris Yandle said Gunter "will be well. Cristina Ramirez is focusing on the district
more than imade up for those num- e in four years Star ting quarterback able to play footba l again this sea- doing a great job handling right now and trying to get
bers. David Gilbert had a 72-yard: David Waford completed 10 of 25 son onceheis fully healed." the ball, and Alexis Wil- better and keep working."
fumble recovery for a touchdown, passes for i-16 7yards and a touch-. Miami had allowed at least 40 liMmswas prettydominant Graceville willbe off un-
and interceptions set up two drives down, but iwas intercepted three points in each of its last three games, on the boards.' ^ til Dec. 3 when the Lady
that Dallas Crawford capped with times. plus lost cornerbacks Corn Elder Williams finished with. Tigers welcome Sneads
touchdown runs for Miami (8-3, 4-3 "It's. very frustating," Parks said. and Nate Dortch to injuries that. ei6ght points on the night, to town for another big
Atlantic Coast Conference). "I'dbelyingif I said I wasn't frustrat- Golden said afterward he feared with Ramirez scoring six. league contest.
Morris passed for 214 yards and ed right now. But we've got to make were "significant."
two touchdowns in his home finale., more plays and be positive." But the fretting over secondary
Allen Hums had 126 receiving yards Gunter was carted off with 2:02 depth can resume Sunday. This win, SHS Basketba
and a score and Stacy Coley had a remaining nd briefly hospitalized the Hurricanes said, was for their se-
62-yard touchdown grab for Miami, while being evaluated for an up- niors, especially after all they went: holdso Sneads
which got a huge momentum shift per-body injury. He -had a helmet- through over 2-1/2 years of dealing
late in the half when Ladarius Gunt- to-helmet collision with Mizzell on 'with an NCAA investigation.,
er had an interception in the Miami a play where the Cavaliers freshman "I think we should be remembered BY DUSTIN KENT fourth period
p fourth period
red zone. Gunter returned the ball 81 ran into the end zone from 7 yards as a group that stuck together," Mor- It was the first closely-
yards to the Miami 3, the Hurricanes out, remained on his feet for a few ris said. "We fought through alot and The Chipley .Lady Ti- contested game of 'the
took a 21-13 lead three plays later on seconds, then fell to the ground. we're having one of the best seasons gers continued their year for the Lady Tigers,
Crawford's first score of the day, and Gunter was airlifted to 'Jackson a Miami team has had in a decade." strong start to the season who were coming off of
Thursday night massive.wins over Cot-
Ioat home, tondale and Graceville

Wminston, No. 2 FSUroll past holdig off by margins of 69 and 38
Lady Pirates The game was the sea-
41-32 to im- son-openeT for the Lady
The Associated Press hauled in two touchdowns prove to 3-0 Pirates, who were sched-
on his three receptions on the year. uled to open up ear-,
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. and now has a touchdown ::Junior p oint guard lier in the week against
Jameis Winston threw for in six of his last s4even Anianda Paschal led Holmes County, but the
225 yards and four touch- games, the Lady Tigers with 18 game was postponed due.
downs as No. 2 Florida The Vandals (1-10) were points, 14 rebounds, and to the Sneads volleyball
State broke a school record never competitive.and that five steals, while Brittany team winning the state
for points in a game in an began at the line of scrim- Lee added 10 points, and championship.
80-14 victory against Idaho mage. They had no answer Parisha Massaline scored Sneadsfinishedtheweek
Saturday. for nose guard Timmy eight. with a 59-20 victiory over
Florida 'State (J1-0) Jernigan and couldn't Tasherica McMillon's Vernon on Friday night. "
topped the 77. points the create running lanes or 12 points were tops for McMllon led the team
Seminoles scored in 1995 protect the quarterback. ,Sneads; with Chasity Mc- with 14 points, with Mc-
against North Carolina THEASSOCIATEDPRESS Jernigan had a team-high Griff contributing eight Griff adding 11, Neel
State in 1995 to remain Florida State defensive tackleTimmyJernigan (8) linebacker 6 tackles, including 4 1/2 points, and Logan Neel 10, and Emily Glover
unbeaten. Christian Jones (7) and defensive tackle Jacobbi McDaniel forloss and a season-high six and Sabrina Rizo eight
The Seminoles continue (55) combine to sack Idaho quarterback Taylor Davis (12) in 2 1/2 sacks. The game was close each.
to focus-on football while the first half of a college football game on Saturday. Taylor Davis threw for' throughout, with Chipley TheLadyPirateswillplay
the ongoing sexual assault be favored again. A trip 85-yard drive with a 1- 220 yards and a touch- taking a 22-16 lead into just onegamethisweekin
investigation of Winston to Pasadena for the .title yard touchdown with 5:54 down, but three intercep- halftime and going up Port St. Joe on Tuesday at
casts a shadow over the game is nearly withir its left in the second quarter, tions turnedinto 14points 27-22 heading into the 4 p.m.
program. State attorney grasp. Wilder carried the ball On for'Florida State. Lineback-'
Willie Meggs said Saturday Winston, a Heisman Tro- four of those five plays and er Telvin Smith returned 4'
it is unlikely that a final de- phjr front-runner, played accounted for every'yard, one of the interceptions 79 .
cision will be made before just one series in the sec- Karlos Williams added 114 yards for a store in the sec- u
Thanksgiving on whether ondhalf. yards and two touchdowns ond quarter. The Seminoles
to charge thequarterback. The Seminoles have on 10 carries. have now scored a non-of
The lawyer of the accus- dominated throughout the Kenny Shaw recorded his fensive touchdown in three,
er, Patricia Carroll, claims season, but 66 poirits was first 100-yard game of the consecutive games. 4.
Winston raped the victim the largest margin ofvicto- season in the last home Idaho managed just 59 t ;"' I
on Dec. 7, 2012. Winston's rysince a 69-3 win against game of his career. He fin- rushing yards and threw ~ 4,W' ,
lawyer Tim Jansen said the Murray State in the 2012 ished with 107 yards and four interceptions. Dez-
sex between the two was season opener. two touchdowns on five re- monEppsfinishedwithl 126o
consensual. Devonta Freeman ceptions. Kelvin Benjamin yards on seven receptions.
Florida State is now two opened up the scoringwith "
wins from a likely berth a 60-yard run on their sev-
in the BCS championship enth offensive snap of the
game. game. That was thebegin-
The Seminoles finish the ning of the punishing day GU,
regular season at Florida for a run game that posted Y
(4-7), which.lost 26-20 to 336 yards rushing. He had
Georgia Southern on Sat- 129 yards on 11 carries as
urday and will be heavy the entire backfield got
underdogs against the loose.
Seminoles. Florida State James Wilder Jr. carried
should go into the Atlantic an entire possession on his
Coast Conference champi- back in the second quar-
lonship without a loss and ter. He capped a five-play,


College Football

Georgia Southern stuns Florida Magee, No. 18

The Associated Press esta Bowl. MU .
GAINESVILLE, Fa. Georgia rushing, including a 14-yard touch- u p n
Southern players and coaches trick- down with 2:57 remaining. Ellisoni
led back onto Florida Field long after added 118 yards on the ground, scor-T ex
the game ended. ing on runs of 45 and 1. FullbackW- Wil-
They had cellphones in hand, ready liam Banks also gashed the Gators,
to snap pictures of a lifeless stadium. getting 94 yards up the middle. His
About an hour earlier, they emptied 53-yarder on a third-and-2 play set The Associated Press question of how vulner-
the Swamp in what will go down as. up the winning score. able the unit might be-
Florida's worst loss in school history. Florida had a chance to win it, BATON ROUGE, La. against A&M's SEC-lead-
Kevin Ellison ran for two touch- thanks partly to two missed extra Terrence Magee piled ing offense, which came
downs, Jerick McKinnon had a huge points. up rushing yards the old in averaging a whopping
score late and four-touchdown un- Skyler Momhinweg, making his fashioned way. Johnny 578yards and 49.2 points
derdog Georgia Southern stunned second consecutive start in place of Manziel couldn't keep up. per game.
Florida 26-20 Saturday without corn- Tyler Murphy (shoulder), got the Ga- Magee rushed for a ca- Instead, the Tigers be-
pleting a pass. THEASSOCIATEDPRESS tors in scoring territory, but his final reer-high 149 yards, LSU's came the first to shut out
No lower-division team had ever' Georgia Southern quarterback Kevin two throws fell incomplete. He had defense pulled the plug Manziel ip a first.quarter
beaten theGators, who won theirpr4- Ellison (4) spins away from Florida Quinton Dunbar open in the comer on Johnny Football and since September of 2012,
vious seven games against Football linebacker Neiron Ball (left) as he runs of the end zone on third down from Texas A&M's video-game and ended A&M's 13-
Championship Subdivision teams by during the second half on Saturday. the 17, but his pass floated high. He offense, and the No. 18 Ti- game streak of scoring 40
an average of 45 points. ation," Gators coach Will Muschamp tried to force one to Solomon Patton gers energized Death Val- or more points.
So this was a shocker, eventhough said. "It's all.disappointing. It's hard' on the final play, but two defenders ley with a commanding In the first half, the Ti-
Florida (4-7) lost its sixth consecutive to measure it at this point." broke it up. 34-10 victory Saturday. gers ended one Aggies
game and secured-its first losing sea- Georgia Southern (7-4) ran for 429 "Its.very difficult for us to create Zach Mettenberger drive on a fourth-down
son since 1979. yards -all of the team's offense and explosive plays, to get anything down completed 11-of-20 pass- stop from the LSU 3. Later,
"Verydisappointedforourprog;am, the iost agast Florida since Ne- the field," Muschamp said. "Just don't es for 193 yards and two they forced A&M to settle
an embarrassment (to be) in this situ- braskarolledup 524 in the 1996 Fi- ever do it." touchdowns in cold, wet for Josh Lambo's 41-yard
arnd windy, conditions. field goal after Danielle
Si* Jarvis Landry highlighted Hunter's sack. In the third
1'0hawii his four-catch, 87Ayard quarter, freshman comer-
Sh leads N 1 'South C roina w performances with touch- back Rashard Robinson
downs of 40 and 10 yards. made his first career in-
The Associated Press Thompson, who 'passed 24 win- over Troy in 2010. Gaecocks to their re-i :LSU (8-3, 4-3 Sutheast- terception on Manziel's
Sfor two TDs and ran fr a And it came with South ..cord 17th strat game at Cnference) piled up undthrown pass along
COLUMBIA,S.C.--,Con- third. : Carolina: resting several home. He improved to 25- 32yards the ground, the righti ideline. Senior
nor Shaw is the winningest Shaw passed for a touch- starters for .rival Clem- 5 as astarter, moving past Kenny Hilliard power- safety Craig Loston inter-
starting quarterback in, down and ran for a score in son next Saturday night, Todd Ellis' wirs mark from ing nfor theTigers' final cepted Manziel in the end
South Carolina history. less thai a quarter of work including defensive line- ~ 1986-89. frn 2 yards out. LSU zone inthe fouth quarter.
Teammate and backup and No. 12 South Carolina men Jadeveon Clowney Shaw was happy with also outgained No.9 Texas In-two seasons under
Dylan Thompson believes scored the most points in and Kelcy Quarles and the the record and even hap- A&M (8-3, 4-3) in total coach Kevin S li, and
his buddy, Shaw, should Steve Spurrier's nine sea- Southeastern Conference's -pier about the offense put, yards, 517-299. with Manziel and quar-
also take a place with sons as coach in a 70-10 leading rusher in Mike ting up a season high 639 What as likely Ma- terbakthe ggies have
the best players in the victory over Coastal Caro- Daiis. yards. zie nly visit to Tiger never hadless points and
country. lina on Saturday. ) Shaw has been banged: "bviously, thsis prety Stadiumwas among the yards i a game."
"In my opinion, (Shaw) :The Gamecocks (9-2) up this year too, but special to me and just the worstoutings of his oth- The temperature atkick-
hould be in New York scored on their first six doesn't want to miss any way wedid it too" Shaw erwise brilliant career. He offwas 51 degrees, with a
in December" as a Heis- possessions and surpassed more moments in his se- said. "The whole offense passed for 224 yards and chilly breeze powering a.
man Trophy finalist, said their output from a 69- nior season and led-the played well." a TD, but completed only soaking, sideways mist
I&: of 41, was sarked twice A&M also opened the
Sand intercepted twice' as game driving into the
r No 1 Alb am a Ci -Aggies' road winning wind, and'. its, :passing
McCauron, No. I Alaba a rol 'over, g am andare thpan
M c.CAr~ro l. 1 .,Ul roll IM^ a streake~e4nded at 10. game' appeared the worse
..weeks ago, LSU' for it, be it errant throws
TheAssociate Press their mom,ee Dee Bonner, made eastrnConference Western Divi- young defense appeared Manzil or psbyhis
S"her.feelingsknown. sion champion. Both teams are still. ground down in the sec- receivers. Manziel went
TUSCALOOSA,Ala.-Itwasnt the /"I literally couldhear her scream- hoping for national title shots in a ond half of a 38-17 loss 2 for 11 in the opeing
biggest pas of AJ McCarron's career, ing aS soon as he caught it overev- state that has claimed the at Alabama, begging the quarter. ''
but it might have been the most erybody," AJ McCarron said. "I guess BCS championships.
?personal, the rest Of the crowd was, All right, The Tide defense produced itS'
McCarron threw for two touch- great, 5-yard gain.' And she was still third shutout of the year, bloc~;l
downs and became No. 1 Alabama's yelling. The whole family was prob- a fieid goal against the FCS Moci
winningest quarterback in Satur- ably crying." (8-4).
day's 49-0 victory over Chattanooga. McCarron completed", 13 of 16 "For me, it was perfect," linebacker
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measly yards. Tide (11-0), He. improved to 36,2 as a game. "We came out with a shuptott
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at Bryant-Denny Stadium, McCar- for the school mark. a defensive player. We talked abotit
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The Associated Press o thigs to ciluusi
MIAMI GARDENS With rain in Winning close games
the forecast one afternmon this week, Seven of the Dolphins'10 games have been decidedby four points or less,
the Miami Dolphins practiced indoors including the past three.
and emerged to find the Sun shining. "We've been in more four-or-less games than just about anybody in football
"Our weather forecast was right on," since tbebeginning of last year Philbin said. "Why we end up in thatspotyou
coach Joe Philbin observed facetious- culd debate. t thefat of the matter is we are-in a bunch of close games, so
ly. "As usual." every snap is important. Every possession is important.Minimizing mistakes is
Everything about the', Dolphins important Playing penalty-free is important.
this season has been inpredictable. C: vs. Cam
They won at first-place ndianapolis Th:e.iforti t contain Panthers q iarterback CamiNewton will be led by defen
and lost at home aga t last-place sN'eernd Cameron Wake, who leads the Dolphins with 6% sacks.
Buffalo. They lostto winless Tampa Durig the Panthers'winning streak,Neo has complete67 percent of
Bay and beat first-place Cincinnati. hisasss while throwing for 1scoreandruning for three
They're mired in a bullying scandal Deep decoy
that threatens to sink the seson, but The self-proclaimed fastest player in the NF cant get going.
they've won two of three games since Mike Wallace, who signed a $60 million, five-year contract when he joined
tackle Jonathan Martin left the team the Dolphins last offseason, has only one touchdown and is averaging a career-
complaining of dailyharassment. low 12.1yards per catch.
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.fense and questions about the locker Ted Ginn Jr. will play in Miami for the first timesince he left the Dolphinsas a
room culture, the Dolphins (5-) find fir* und bust following the 2009 season
themselves in the thick of the AFC Girn caught a 25-yard touchdown pass with 59 seionds neft Moncdajtoibeat
wild-card race heading into Sunday's the Pariots.
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Hi, T Te got away again, buddy. Those barred owls guys, arent they? Did you else she hears or smells?
| You've actu- are noisy as all get-out ever have one drop down Wouldn't it be funny if one
Sally seen him four Reckon what they'retalk- and just sit there next to of these "distractions" all
times and he keeps ing about'that early every you, .cocking his head and your buddies picks on you
Hoets e defeating you. Such a morning? And that big old looking at you like he's about turns out to be the
Blount Tiers nice buck, too. Good red-tailed hawk. Did he trying to figure out what very thiiig that puts you in
te 1stateeiias spread, great mass, long show up? Ever notice how you are? Surprising what the right place at the right
on Fritines. You've tried every- *BobKlOrnegm the squirrels' get really, happens in the woods time? That could happen,
thing. You've patterned Outdoors Colum really quiet whenever he's after we learn to sit'quietly you know.
him. You've scouted him around? and be still.. I know, I know. That
meticulously. You know titude, pal. I really do. Foxes? No, can't recall Hey, you reckon some of would be a nice bonis,
him. You can read him like. The creek bottom was seeing any from.that these fail-safe hunt savers not to. mention a good-.
abook,'but still he eludes pretty at daybreak this stand. How many this might one day help you sized piece of poetic jus-
Moday you. morning, wasn't it? The. morning? Two? Reds or. :bag thatbig buck you're tice. But you donti-eally
Bless your heart. You mist rose from the stream grays? after? I mean, for instance, care about that, do you?
f7 ailed, didn't you? Your like slow smoke. The Say, have you paid much what if one day you notice No, you don't.. I can tell.
hunt was unsuccessful. wood ducks pitched in attention to that big live the owls aren't quite as It's all the same to you,
M a at No? as they always do. Again oak, the one just to the left talkative or the squirrels isn't it? Like you said ear-
Hmm. What do you you enjoyed their alight- of your stand over there go suddenly silent, even lier, a fella gets treated to
mean? ing on the water and then close to that honeysuckle when the hawk isn't there? a lot of sights and sounds
No, never mind. I know trooping out single-file thicket? I was wondering Or suppose one of those when he's on a deer stand,
and I understand. You're to gather acorns. That's if there's still a coon den in chickadees stops looking even when the deer aren't
otmy kind ofdeerhunter, important to you, huh? that hollow up there near at you and starts eyeball- moving. Knowing how to
one of those with whom I You chuckled over that the crown. Oh, a beehive ing some moveinent i the appreciate those sights
Fd Mado riot lose patience. One weird growth on the trunk now?Well, I'll be. Wonder underbrush that you never and sounds'is all that re-
Cwho still understands that of that big hickory, didn't -where that fat old boar ;- would have nticed other- ally counts.:
Severyhunt, regardless of you? You know, the one, coon went afterhe got wise. And what about that Makes me feel good to
outcome, has undeni- that looks like a man's... "evicted." doe.who's blowing and kniow someone
able fail-safes, events Well, you know. I've seen Yes, as a matterof fact I stamping her front foot I)id I mention awhile
and circumstances that it, too. It is kiida funny. I h' have seen those little birds at you? What if she all ofa .back that you're my kind
ls baskea automatically compensate have photos. before. They'reCarlina sudden becomes mighty .. of deer hunter? ..
for "failure." Tlike your at- I know what you mean, chickadees. Tame little : .interested in something Indeed you are.
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bait may work through- it-ormi est. Sneads coach Bruce "i*He can .light it up. in and we donit run it well
out the day in the clearer Crapireseey\l y,; verY Sw.... ..""
sp t outhe day.intheclearer s e Hubbs said after the :He ` ca really play," he eriough yet And we din't
S:.grass pockets. Finesse jigs nio. n : .. game. "We just; struggled said said. "He can shoot have a point guard yet.
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.eight frie throws thrown district, though the 'fist-".,. Sneads will be back in
in. year SHS coach Hubbs action Tuesday night- in -
M al e love pacing the LadyTigers is chemistry. Our team Vernon didnt have the said that his club still has Port St. Joe against the
Owith 28 points in Thurs- chemistry hasn't been go- same issues putting the a long way to goto devel- Sharks.
From PageB day's win. ingwell, but I think they've
FromPagelB Angelica Livings- made a turning point. No
"Itwasprettymuchaper- ton also added 16 for matter what's going on, Fllw US Oa 'Cute Kids'?
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unconscious there for a level," the coach said. "We want to play. Thiat could be
while." have to tools to win if we- a spark for us.' "ero m/
His outburst.sparked' a decide we're going to bring Both teams were sched-
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Dear Annie: We host Thanksgiving din- made of a gift "ori the way" or of the fact SAGITTARIUS (Nov. Judge lets Brown Brown is facing a
ner for my husband's family every year, that the baby turned 1 the day before. 23-Dec. 21) -Money skip court date misdemeanor assault
and I enjoy doing so, but I have a prob- I am not concerned about the gifts. matters may limit what charge. He andbodty-
lem with my stepson's wife. They have But am I wrong to be upset that my 1- you can and cannot do. WASHINGTON- A guard Chistopher Hol-
not lived together for almost three years, year-old was not even a thought? I can Take care of your debts judge says R&B singer losy were arrested last
but they still travel together regularly, understand that people are too busy to before you take on more Chris Brown doesnt month on charges of
including visits home. call two days in a row, but isn't it proper responsibility. have to travel from Los punching a man outside
I have continued to include her, as well to call for the child who celebrates first? CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- Angeles to Washington a hotel who tried tod
as her three children (all from previous I always send gifts for a child's birthday Jan. 19) Send out your to appear in court. jump into a picture with
relationships) in every invitation for the and follow up with a phone call. Should resume or set up a plan D.C. Superior Judge the singer.
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v in b Mr. Smii the st&r owner) and rgot the story of this. man, the boys, and their bartering
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one. Just recently I had occasion to visit sohe old friends,
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we fell into line to meet the relatives oll the deceased and
%e stronger alla'; time.' to offer whatever words of comfort we could.

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army uniform and the other two wore nice hairctli nk
o admirin' them peas.' s, uits and. white shirts...all very prwessioial looking.
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cheek, spoke briefly with her and moved onC to 'the
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by one; each young man stopped briefly and placed his
SI s my prize ma rble here.' own warm hand over the cold pale hand in the casket.
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and I sort of go for red. Do you have a red one like this at and led me to the casket.
bomuiee the store wner asked.
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270HP. G rood MPG, breakfast power steering and A FM radio. $5,000 Call 210 feet to the Point of Beginning. Said parcelSUBDIVISION.
room, bonus room, nice hardwood floors throughout under Th334-701-0010 be Workin cludes site work, erost ion control, THREE (3) Bids SHALL be submitted in a sealed
carpet and 2 fireplace,! Home needs updating a Many old- west fe and the West ear of the Southerockast of envy person clai marked:ing aninterest ithe urplus
new tires. Runs, looks & drives good. Lots of Nissan 2012 Versa Sedan, real nice car, great the Southwest apr of said Section 34, Township 7
power. New headlights, battery, wiper blades. gas mileage over 30 MPG, very well equipped, North, Range 13 West SEALED BID and identified by the NAME OF THE
NADA $4,500. Reduced to $3,995. 671-3059. $250 down, $250 per month. Call Steve Hatcher pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure FIRM, NAME AND NUMBER OF THE BID, ALONG
Chevrolet 2012 Malibu, low miles, fully euipped, 334-791-8243. entered in a case pending in.said Court, the WITH THE DATE AND TIME OF OPENING.
like new, $200 down, $259 per month, call Ron Toyota 2012 Corolla still under factory war styleof whch ispendens mst
Ejlis 334-714-0028. ranty, great gas mileage, fully loaded, $300 Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, A complete copy of the bid packet may be ac-
tion preention and otheras shown on thePlaintff, quired a claim withine Jackson County Purchasing
GOT BAD CREDIT? down $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334- Case No.: 11-288-CA WEB site: Click on
This Dow/ beatifl Payment,om 791-8243. the Purchasing Department site then Click on
Tax, Tag & Title Pass Toyota 2012 Rav4 only 5000 miles, red with There will be no Pr-Bid Meeting. sal"Current Bids and RFPs" to obtain a copy.
This ount estat Repo pass bankruptcy gray nt. blue tooth ready, Lg. cargo exc. cond. deadline for receipt of questions will be
SLOW CREDIT OK $20000 850-557-8804. Donnie FowlDecember a nd Mary Fowler, Mortgage List ofbidders and awards (if any) shall be an-
Ask About $1000. off at time of purchase. Toyota Sienna 2011 XLE 3.5L inside lift for Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. ("MERS"), nounced at a meeting of the Jackson County
- Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 Hoover round $6225. optional equip. + moon Genisys Financial Corp., a California corpora- BoIard of County Commissioners. Bid award
Nissant201 A a lo w sroof. 30iK miles, $22,500. OBO 334-493-9930 tion, will be made to the. best bidder, but the right is.
Nissan 2013 Aima, low miles, full warranty, O Defendants. reserved to reject any or all bids.
Ron Ellis 334-714-0028. and the docket number of which is number 11- Daleny accommodRation Guthrier to
2005 Honda Gold Wing 1800 Trike 2400 miles, 288-CA. CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
gae rack fog lights $19500 334-673-9990at the Jack Any person claiming an interest in the surplus Board of County Commissioners
wUteooclaHo0B024 HOUR TOWING Yamaha4Raid92-8664 from the sale, if any, other than the property By: Chuck Lockey
ound poolw/newliner and many exras. Seler willowner as of the date of the lispendes must BOARD CHAIRMAN

day Priced at $225,000 MLS #248285 file a claim within 60 days after the sale.scheduled
Purchasingmotor. Black. Garage kept NEWSPAPER IS DIRECTED TO DELIVERPROOF EEO STATEMENTmediately pon rec
Tim Sapp ot single scratch or dent OF PUBLICATION DIRECTLY TO THE CLERK. Jackson County is committed to assuring equal
BVeroker Associanicete 4BR/2.5BA for you Jurain. 5" Forward Marana, Floridaopportunity in the award of contracts and,
850-20-3595 Controls. Hard Krome Strip- If you are a person with a disability who needs therefore, complies with all laws prohibiting
hopers Exhaust $9,000OBO. any accommodation in order to participate in discrimination on the basis of race, color, reli-
Call Us For All Your Spare front tire, and factory foot controls if this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to qion. national origin, age and sex.
Real Estate Needs needed. Building home, so it HAS TO GO. you, to the provision of certain assistance.t which LF160306
bedroom/bath upgrade, remodeled staircase, nice lamiateflooring,256-335-1354 Call with your name and leave Please contact: ADA Coordination by mail ation
new crpet in 3 BRs and new s Personaysty. plus, hisGot amessagenker P.O. Box 1089, Panama City, Florida 32402be refu, by IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
lcharming A-frame home has* email at ADARequest@jud14.flcourts.ocg, or by' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FORJACKSON

nreein ready condition. itchen, W II telephone (850) 747-5338 at least 7 days before COUNTY, FLORIDA
h DRWe buy wrecked carshave c The your scheduled court appearance, or immedi- CASE NO.: 32-20110364CA
ll bath hasmarble ith landscaping,this Livhmefinbstu Chevrolet 2006 Tahoe: burgundy, one owner, ately upon' receiving thisor all bnotification if the time14-L

town! This3453'brickhom' fair ahd honest price! der must deposit with his/her bid, securityin ...
private Owners are mtivated tosell and hae applied orshrt-sle Ma excellent condition, 3rd row seat, custom run- beforth e amount, form ascheduled court ppearance onditionss CITIFINANCAL SERVICES INC DBA

orExcellentbdrm. Has a23'35' providedinthenformation for Bidders. Delaware Corporation authorized to transact
teisolder home sis m as vs.... .es bn ea
p riSprings- entrance. 5.7 V8 engine, anti theft, tilt steering, 27K 2013. VALARIA W. DAVIES, ET AL
This block construction home needs some TLC. Fenced-in miles, very clean, power drivers seat,; rear slid- DEFENDANT(S).
backyard,sits back off the hwy with small storage bldg. out ing window, bed liner, towing pack. Loaded. Clerk f CircuitCourt NOTICEfOFFOMCOUREAL
back. PRICED T SELL AT $59,500 ML9,000S #248666 $17000. 334-475-6309.Circular570.

By(60 Tdays after theTICEscheduled closing time forY GIVEN pursuant to the Final
Cute and cozy! This ceiDEPUTY CERK TAKJudgment of Foreclosure dated uneR.7,2013
City3BR/2BA home is Chrysler 2004 LF160312 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS in the above action, I will seLIto'the highest
Sustinside77,n- the extentTown & Country Touring. PROJECT NAME: Chipo, tte- Gbidder for cash at Jackson, Florida, on alJanuary

jus t incosmesr with tion of BiddErs is particularly called to the re- Defendants.
m. s g uementS S COdition of er loymet to 2, 2014, at 11:00 AM cst, at Northdoor of court-

pasture land! Includes pole barn. encl. workshop w/bdrm horse barn W/3 be observed and minimum Wage rates to be CLERK'S NOTICE OFSALE
sR,t GR, 'arpet; nicely painted, greoss-fenced for horses. These doors,40 B paid under 1314the ontrat, Section Segregated
backyard! Convenient to Family Dollar, Panama City and windows & locks, clean, very dependable. Cold riaa GIVEN that, in accordance with the

lSFederal government and State of Florida, and tered on May15, 2012 in the above-styled
1-10. PRICED AT$109000 MLS #248496drivewy AC. Smoke free. 137K. Great family car $3,750 boSeding and insurance requirementsiplicate, will be re-cause, will sell to the highest and bestbidder
SREQUIRED ATTACHMENTS AND CERTIFICACall 334-803-0724 atthe Mariann ContyCouthouse,4445 Laceived by the Board of County Commissioners
en of Jackson County, Florida, (wner), until 2:00 ALL THAT CERTAIN PARCEL OF AND described property JACK
hleaedwithisfispondtiallyWhat GMC 008 Savannah Cargo Van deal only$268,000p (Central Time) December 52013 at the SON COUNTY, STATE OF FL,AS MORE FULLY
southern homehas'a Mileage .109,575. Can be seen at 208 Bic Road. Chipola Greenway Trails Parking Lots (2 Park- DESCRIBED IN OR BOOK 560 PAGE 0569 1D#
formal LR, formal DR, Call 334-792-7746 ask for Sylvia (ing Lots) ' 25-5N, BEING KNOWN AND DESIGNATED AS LOT

beautiful step-downDale Rabon Guthr

geatroom, hreakfast 1 reenwood, F32443
room, bonus room, nice hdwoodfloors throughout under The WBoard of County Commis site work, nerosion control,
arpet and 2 freplaces! Home eeds up2 wksh ating Many old- ed THsilt fence clearing, earthwrk, limerockbase Any person claiming aninterest in the surplus
style Southern Oak trees. Incl. 3 parcels totaling about 1 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF asphalt apron, retention basin, pipes, mitered from the sale, if any, other thanthe property
acrehomettnda. PRIED A85,000 MS #248624 YOUR TOWING NEEDS! ends, chain link fence, sod, storm water pol- owneras of thedate of thes pendens must
S commer gion prevennational origin, aothe as shown on the file a claimGUithin sixty (60) days aftRI, CLERKthe sale.
This beautiful custom g 4 w drawings. The Court, in its discretion, may enlarge the

bufenced. Has 4 wells of ilt, whic 5BR/45BA solar powered. time of the sale. Notice of the chaned time of
stone home on .5.3 pAUTO BODYi&SCY RG There will be no Pre-Bid Meeting. sale shall be published as provided herein.
This country estate hasto much to is a areHarger at 3347912624 The deadline for receipt of questions will be DATED V

Sares fr pucsre &alans e anpine nt fr Na OTICE'OF FORECLOSURE SALETime. Qu estions must be submitted in writing By: Tammy Bailey.
private showing today. Priced at $450,000 MLS #24857 at theCALL FOR TOP PRICE PuPurchasing Departme Deputy Clerk of the ourt

SSoiuathern planta'tiin .FOR JUNK VEHICLES Bids will be opened and recorded at 10:00 AM if You are a person with a disability who needs
style home, in (or immediately thereafter) on December 6, any accommodation in order to participate in

H prestigious ByIndian I ALSO SELL USED PARTS 2013 at the Jackson CountyBoardof County this proceeding, you are entitled; dministrationat no cost to

Suprinn Sub. LadisonStreeti Maranna,
Great investub t Noti e ishereby Commissioneiventhat Board Room at2864Madison yo, to theproATR THAN 2:0pm C.T. ocertain assistance.
propertywaterfront on Lake ca HCurrentlyome h i 24 HOUR TOWING 4 334-792-8664 Street. Pease contat AA Coordinator at 50-747-
ground pool w/new liner and many extras. Siler will all of Jacksonounty, Flori 5338, fax 850-747-571 Z or t ADAquej5th daydl

lease remaining. o f December, 2013, at 11:00 o'clock A.M, in the BID NUMBER:p1314-10
Excellent $18,000on-goward new roof and upgrades. Makeyourn is Fronappt. Lobby at the NortChadsoor of ted& JackPlans, specifications, andsoncontract documents 4.fcourts.rg, P. 0. Bo1089, Panaa City,FL
ay Priced at $225,000 MS #45, F.S., offer for salebtained from: sell32402 at east publicdaysefore your schedu

sq.ndu bunedrrof. St' e outcry to the highestand best bidder forcash, DESCRIPTION:The Jackson County Board of o or imed pn t e
construction w/concrete Jackson County, Florida, to wit: vendorsto respond to this Request foring this notification if the ime before the
ooring,14'eilings ateeshad Gibsof land, commencing 334588229047 feet North of two (2) cpayment of $ (no charge) peBoom set hich LF16030t
area, office areas waths, upgrade, remodeled Hoistaircase, nice laminate flooringwired amount constitutesRange 13 West, on the East side of Mill Creekof reproduction
Locationpe s locinatence run Southerly along said Mill and handling. This payment will not be refund- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE FOUTEENTH
windows ficomex has 1530 More particulplace,arlydescgreribed as follows:roof, ladscaped yard and a 20x4MADISON STREET, Mari shopann, Florida 32448 on
concrete floor. All of this for only $249,000 MLS #248593 Wellk yo Junker! *.' COUNTY, FLORIDA
We buy wrecked cars. The Owner reserves the right to waive any in- CASE NO.: 32-2010-CA-776
^Couintry Living but close to ^ and armEquipat a formality orto.reject any or all bids.- Each Bid- Divislon: 14-L

&is close to thehospita. 12/13/13Far atqu10:p.aAMt aCST.
town! This 3453'rw/nckw hometal Commencing fair and honest pricng der must deposit with his/her bid, security in
t rms swa is a 3BR/2BA but could hbe a A O 'a the amout,rner of the Sorm authd subject to the conditions '21ST MORTGAGE CORPORATION, a
Medical faciity/ thence West (bearing, Suretiesbase) along the South may b sed forobtaining bond ustappar business in Florida,Hascher, Pur-

pharmacy. All newlyside porch, metal r linf, wndowsoflkopsaid Southwest of the Southwest chasing Agent, at 2864 Madison Street, Mar4-628ian-
Ig polebarn. half open/halt end roomforRP. Includes space for MHRw/septic J as acceptableiccordinato t artment of Plaint

tank Easyaccess tI-10,i rin to Dothar. Priced at $299,00ed MLS 24facility 107.45 feet, thence North 15 degrees, 35 mi- a, Florida or voice phone 850-718-0005, or Fax
has too much to list! nutes, 49 seconds West along the East side of 850-482-9682.losing time for
There are 43 pking Mill Creek Road 380.63 feet toof Bidders is particularly called to teOF BE-re fendants.
csuroom thin 3 mlesof ha, AL miloes o dsville GINNING; thence continue North 15 degrees, IMPORTANT o codition of employm t to
speciasture land! s.cludes pole barn, en workshop w/bdris, horse arn /3 mustbe observed and minimum age rates to be T $425,000 MLS # 248289 35 mCLERinutes 40 seconds WeS NOTICE OF SALE65.00 feet,
stalls paddock, partially fenced & cross-enced for horses. These 140 11co paid under the Contrat, Section 3, Segregated /1/1 -
acres are mostly surrounded by 892 acres atwater Mora. andhered g Facilities, Section 109:Executive Order 11246, NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance with the

"TAis rai ling hill 40an rite p Federal government and State of Florida, and' tered on May15, 2012 in the a
a no2laedoebgp.a pr dw ea bondingand insurancerequairements. ` lpcause I'will sell to the highge t and bestbidder

12 B Sunday, November 24, 2013 Jackson County Floridan CLASSIFIEDS

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home perfect for a small
amily. This 2 bedroom a 1 J S Realtor 850S r933.435
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----E MPRICE REDUCED MhS i249016 $35,000.
$65,900 is a VERY ATTRACTIVE SNEADS Lovely
Great Deal on HOME INSIDE AND OUT I MLS 248591 $89,900. 2 story brick home on
Sthis o beautiful 2 /3 1/2 with almost 2700 5.15 acres. Home W it
Malone! If's already updated and readomy for you! in Larg he wraparound pe wch fresh n ew a la rge rec. room with
fenced yard with a workshopae A readYine for yu Larged Large fenced backyard, ok and is move-in bathroom upstairs.
fenced yard with a workshop! Agreat neighborhood and 16x32 gunite pool. Hardwood floors on the first floor! The kitchen relookdy. Great location, in MS 249082 $199,000.
a Great Home! You can afford this one! MLS #247258 is large with plenty of countertop AND cabinet space! Large center td Gbrished n eighbothe o A8ND REDUCEDc1 *
aM al bl al Tr it a a c aisland and breakf rast are ea! There is an air condioned game room r established h d REDU ED
Character gives this 5th bedroom and half bath over the detached garage. MLS #248338 MIS 248712 $114,900. 3 ry me nwatidng for
older home in Graceville MS 24871, $85,900. re am eed.
its charm! This well' PERFECT FO Lovely h bedrooms. Located on
maintained home has YOUR LARGE ome coer lot with entrances
a large ydrd and is very FAMILY?? Great features too numerous to from 2steets.
convenient to the College and Businesses of Graceville. This 3/2 home is 4/2 with almost mentionl You must see them MS 248855 72,500.
ready for you to call it home. The roof was completely replaced in 2011! 1700 sq ft under when you make your viewing MIS "248855 *$,500.
Bedrooms are large with plenty of space. All of the appliances! Call today to Air! Beautiful appointment. BNeat and well
set an appointment to see this beautiful, and affordable home. MLS# 247421 original hardwood maintained home
floors! The Family I MLS 248984 99,900 with large kitchen/dining
Country life in a 2002 room can be easily converted to a 5th bedroom if needed! _room, 3 bedroorm and large
built 2000 square foot Great Spacious 1.80 acres! Brick home has a newer 4 ton AC Just starting to look for back dck. vi redy
Manufactured home unit! This home can be offered as a short sale! MLS #248281t ing ea no ac d Ic e ree
on ap. 4 acre on fir home or, getting reody to rere PRICE REDUCED!
paved road a great COZY COTTAGE. 3/2 is the place for youl M 248699 $64,900.
in N ackn Conty close to the Alace to live Located with approx 1300 sq he interiort a amzing in this cute LI - Brick home in
home is in a perfect spot for those who travel between Marianna .t under air Home ha two bedroom home. the coun try on 3.95i
and Dothan. Call today and let us show you this beautiful hqme. Back Porhoo, a 26 acres, a. large ham and
Priced to sell, owner says bring all offers. $79,900 MLS# 248922 B2710 Front porch tond MLS 248951 $62,000 oattached crport. Home has
relax on! Wood Floors 3 bedrooms and has a nicely
Corner Russ St and inside home! Needs *o Looking for space? laid utfloor plan.
Kelson St Close some TLC but SOLD This home has 5 bedrooms, MLS 249025 $126,000.
2AS IS. MLS # 248538
to College,. Schools ASIS.MLS2453 spacious sized rooms wo000.
aaeend oHospital in a _o ___ ____________________ _i vfireplaces and more, icluding a RE U HO W CA E
Marianna onrt 0 [11M l pool.lAll on S.81 ,es. HOMEI] There are 4.
$59,900. Updates already done! Just move in! Grea EXECUTIVE HOME WITH ALL THE beombeauTfulardwood
investment with low payments! Hardwood Floors, BELLSAND WHISTLES Over 2800 oois, wooed walls, a dtream
newer metal roof and central heat/air.. Just too cute sq t Under Air with a Gorgeous MLS 248687 $242,900. WIT00 wd
to pass up! Possible Lease Purchase. MLS# 248356 Sunroom with Windows from oitchen and wrap around
Floor tot ceiling overooking the 9 1 1 WOVI The price has porch. PRICE REDUCTION!!
Blue Springs Plantation 18 ft ceilings, buit in entetninment center and a granite see thru fireplace to been reduced on this 3 MIS 248635 *'$175,000.
is located closee to the the sunrom. The Main Kitchen in drea. Granite countertops with a center bedroom hk home located Exceptionally nice
BEAUTIFUL Blue Springs island with lots of upgraded cabinetst There is a 2 car attached garage with e
State Park, Merritt's Mill a bonus room which has central air and the detached garage is large enough cldose to college and town for brick home with' custom
Pond and Lake Seminole. to store yourtoys Thee is also another bedroom over thedetached needs. features, small fih pond and
fillThese lots would be all your shopping needs. ferses ml f2489 pond and
a PERFECT Place to build a homeand enjoy the Peace and tranquility MOVE IN READY! MLS 248876 $85,00 esyaccesstotown nd a gol
Marianna has to offer. An established Subdivision, Blue Spdngs PlantationE 2 6 course ac28yross te treet. PRICE
is a growing community with homes already built and occupied. it has a Great 3/2 wth overeen REUED
Public water system, Underground Utilities, Phone, Sewer and Paved roads. 1900 sq ft! There is a Custom built home
Several Lots availableto choose frm. Located on Blue Springs Highway. Mother in Law guest locoted on 2.2 acres and has MLS 248506 $169,900.
Shouse! Large 1 acre lot been well maintained. Callt 3d, v countnoy
Large family room. with a Huge Workshop! and make your appointment Love Iountry
.eliving and dining Completely remodeled and view all the features in this Im ad e

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a home! Newer stove and. refrigerator..Allowance for a new stove LOCATED ON MERRITS landscaped yard.
- pick it out yourself! Beautiful patio With a gardening shed for MILL PONDI Cozy 2/1 with
all your tools. Small fenced area for children or pets. Don't miss 1080 sq overlooking lakel Pat Furr MLS 248732 $65,000.
out on the fantastic price for this beautiful home! MLS# 248529 Large oBackyard with deck Realtor
perfectfor axing! Kitchen B RENDA 8 5
Jus start collecting and baths have had some 850.209.8071 8505574799
$'s. Nothing to updatet Living room and brenda.morgan
maintain except Master bedroom overlook M ORGAN
the lawn! These 38 the waterl Fireplace in
Storage Units are living roorhl MLS #247500 APRe IEDUID HUNIRS FAMLr
already established and a 90%occupancy! Located Afd(wBero n c nmiortable r urin tene wee t one.
close to Downtown Mfarianna with easy access from Hwy 73 GRACEVILLE. Lots Of Potential spring bn InEan e o 2
S- just south of the Court House in Marianna. Owner needs in this 2/1 with almost 1300 ne ep v;irwooe debaes u A
a break now u can have the income! MLS# 248539 sq ft under alr! Located On eniomen. Home ino n a bee :, and l end nean .l en Bhm.
'.51 acres with screened back i /ned erp, kine he & m n rr tu D enh
Listing $99,900 this Historical porch and a deck in the rearn 2008 & new rooa islayd v h e ae Be nt
Home is waiting for the perfect i Attachedacar ncarp T a o birn- d aaea
uyer to bring it back to lifen Hot & Air. This is being sold MLS# 249075 $179,000 i sdnspe adtwrwmt=neqhpeeus.. .slf .s=wni
ome is being sold AS IS. This to sI*e, Pop s Mwbla Yournw ,seol ir ota mefrll rose a mopprtody! ,
home is located on the main AS-IS. Call for. our personal.
s aamstriet in Marianna and in an Showng today ICS 124.018 qMLS# 248846 $400,000 Ponc De on.
area tht is mixed Residential and Comnmercial. The second floor was used as twobrck he oo toe
separat eapartmentswith therownelectricity, bedroom, bath, kitchenandsittingroom. GREAT BRICK o0 t o ndc ke new
There can bemoreparkingi thebackwithalittle clearing. MLS# 247757Make an offer! GHOME IN GRAND cos.r ay mon 2.06e neasoP
HOME IN GRAND Atnb- pa, y ty n manufactured home feauitng
Commercial Biding s RIDGE. Cozy 3/2 n,. e r/po fireplace, appliances, gaden tub
one block from the Count'y with over 1000 sq ft. o nw o l.o ,=r orl in master Ab, outside stoage
aourt House and one block Located on a Paved MLS# 248822 5330 ld screned porch n
from Lafayette Street (Hwy road! 1nCrvCarport.
90). Metal Roof y as ago ed road !t1 Cadr 2a88rt Boa $ I and mo ei ra
a out 5 years ago, Windows Laundry Room Call Ch a .in aee. MLS# 248862 $70,000 Composs Lake
past 0 years. El ectric Heat for more details. oe.s spaa. ,s v as, ter deoo w/ UL ANR D MOVE IN I READ,
Air Gasmeter is available ifbuyer prefers gas.3 Office ipaces, Reception Area, o,, irnibtn s adoino & dspti -n s Tolol lsld m ud
Storage/work room. Onesidef thebuilding availableforworking and hasarl DOWNTOWN LIVING IN aedno des/n. Nic t tv w anxpeed eoe
up door for deliveries. TWO Existing Signs already in place. 2 parcels-Vacant CHATTAHOOCHEE. Level yd w/wc &ab nee/p &
lot and Commercial Bidid' Lets ake this deal work! MLS# 246871 4/2 1/2, 2 story home With ake /nl /. ais
over 1900 sq ft under-air. The te oo d Rorp. Mtn uadwith ft
Income property with a masterbedroomis onthefirst MLS #248753 $149,900 ,e .
little history! Renovations floor and all other 3 bedrooms Ide., inhollc sad. Wodi t
complete on two units and are upstairs. This home sits .Lenly 2Bedroom/2BeIhs W 840500theaoaped ptdWn4
threea most complete. Total on a hill Or a corner lo/ Very a onnnunity oa Coneellie Gardens.
of nine separate residential n private yard. Newer homewith hi.shbna.leaist, telie M3S# 248502;* $89,000 Alloird
one has two bedrooms and two baths and unit two has three bedrooms, two all the extras. MLS #248849 paa, ras a eroa a/a HOs OF .,I
baths. The new owner could continue this project and live in one unit while "A N L is ulWlaen aste nii srenedn d- /K t h r a I
renting out the rest of the units. The property is located in a small town next LOCATED ON A CORNERI Large backporchoverlooking thewooded s- = , a elo
to the city park and recreation area. Owner financing for qualified buyer with 3 or 4 Bedroom 3 bath home has lo -1, door ofering prieae y iaa-so inmyl amnskw
sufficient down payment. $375,000 All Offers Considered! MLS# 248685 almost 19 sft uder a The -I n ., s uny, g.
N Huge living room,4,ith2 Master -6 0 On _nd mn1a fto r ii dlext
me re td n - bedrooms. Screened Porch, kip wn wblor I.I
lookans brond new insie 4smnd beautiful backyard D.ebbie Roney Smith, r
New appliances, beautiful baa a has a utifu l Realtor lefiiiiue tpLeisrenosi3 s nkaitr;laok~shqeaehe.M tur.en
hardwood floors, uniqueSold AS-IS. MLS4 248168 -t98
design. Open ceilings 850-209-8039
were popular in the '60s and this builder added 4"insulated panels to keep it MOVE RIGHT INI debbieroneysmith@ MLS# 248912 $159,000 Silver Lake
economical for heating and cooling. Patio area perfect for entertaining and family VThi hom is
fun. This home has characterthat moos it charml $215,000 ML$# 240150 h e furnished! 3/1
with over 1400 sq Nan Harklefoad
Interstate 00and Hwy77 ft. -This. home has Enloy he Sunreee rom the ,REALTOR-ASSOCIATEe
'llU .EXIT Fuel/Convenience a 10x 6 screened fronlporchaswetlasooleshdy
storeinexcellentlocation porch to .relax on afbemoons teen move to the 850.526.2891
7beca c cess tra.Hic, months siping coffee in the 2x16 sunroomr b f erthe. spaeiou 3/2 amaily
2000 square foot of retail space and two fuel islands are ready for Large a.6 acr tlo wthM sev a24l P 7n trees! ,ne onew15l 2sOoufide
an enterprising operator. Property is in the county where alcohol sales L BM 2 City ii clne to evenytinie.
are possible seven days a week. Over 6000 vehicles pass this location NEW ON MARKET. MLS 249086 $239,900

updated home close to Main almost 1100 sq ft baths, Bdck Colonial on 40
schata aotochee andl cthin Located on 1.35 acres acres, 2 story 36x36 burn,
m ake l rPinole Largeu nicrl and is move in ready l 24 PoTebamih bums orequipef andray 2 ls urc doie nde mobileb
landscaped Lackye sar/tb Call today for more concrete otur, 1200ft on 10 Cairtelakers on pemises. Coael and Bahia fields and has been a cotde rnch as
storage shed. New roof n carport with separate laundry room attached. A large isfeprttion! Mile Creek, Los of wildlife well. Apponximael i 10 A o res in weor ands/pond. Dded inDreed and egress rond ma
sc....ed porch spans the hole length of the front of house. This is a very comfortable PLUS SO MUCH MORE. $399,000 property Make lyr pyto see dy
home and has lots of ursonalty It is surely Ot see o MLS#42LARGE FAMILY MLS #249013 Priced at $160,000 Bascoi

and approximatuly 1/8 acres. Over 2900 spiuots tine eel prnpeney tate double aeoihod1I
miles from a public boatad tM t sq ft with a. large impronenonts lor yeemruloin c erso woorngdo ne e n
-lnding at Moritt Mill Pond Some repairs neered. Property is very private qliving room, formal improeensfd youhrssam dm, o n ie on in
aitd the only home on this road. Just walk down the road to Meritts Mill Pondl d inin g ro om and Abd wdr $55,000, aure e o look OV
PdcedASISwhichumakesitavery gooddealonthishome. MLS#248807 21x16 Family room. Hardwood floors thru out Al for $89,000 DrigeOffers. MLS#248935*Mariann
i4 Separate LotsAvailable in Blue Sptngs Plantation Subdivisionhliving areas and bedrooms. MLS #248717 New Imvututeal peprl O feeThe len twnt eg as :A 1994
on Blue Sptngs Highway IAND FOR SAL oET ILSPEod luseI o eel eeneds of a or does
1Acre Lot on 0ld US Hwy north of Hwy 162 $10000.I ouside city limits ofiMorinlnna. win rn
10 Beautiful Acres on River Road tear Lake Seminole$4O,800 Three o1ts a aersre2/l ee
10 Acre Tract off Blocker Road $35,000 n Ctty w-ter'&4secfniou, .
e Acre Comer lot on paved road in Compass Lake $6,000 Prke $30,000 MLS# 248959 Grmandide

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