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Vol.91 No.39
Municipal Elections

Candidate qualifying closes; one race ahead
one upcoming election is scheduled for I Riverside John Roberts.
Dorchuck challenges April 8. That's how it looked after Friday's and Chipola The deadline to register to vote for the
close of candidate qualifying for the seven College and Marianna city election is March 10, and
Roberts for city seat Jackson County municipalities with seats north to the only registered voters who live in City
in contention. newly an- Commission District 2 are eligible. Polling
BYANGIECOOK nexed Sun- will take place at City Hall on Green Street. Marianna i land and For more information, call Marianna City
The only race to be run involves the Dis- Roberts Dorchuck airport/in- Clerk Kim Applewhite at 482-4353.
Ten incumbents will return to office, one trict 2 City Commission seat in Marianna. d u s t r i a 1 Also in Marianna, unopposed
vacant seat will be filled unopposed On April 8, residents in that district, park areas, will decide between chal-
candidate, three seats remain vacant and which loosely encompasses land between lenger Felecia Dorchuck and incumbent See QUALIFYING, Page 9A

SARE PENDER Movie about

2014 Public Health Hero boys school
in the works
Stories about the now-closed Ar-
thur G. Dozier School for Boys are
often rife with emotion. Wheth-
SNpc er it's former residents retelling
claims of abuse at the hands of
their keepers, disturbing descrip-
a tions of remains now being ex-
Shumed from the school grounds,
Wfamily members' plaintive calls
See MOVIE, Page 9A

Goins charged

with burglary
From staff reports
An Alabama man has been
charged with armed burglary and
being a felon in pos-
session of a firearm
after an incident that
started in the early
hours of the morn-
ing Thursday with
a series of phone
Goins calls between the ar-
rested man and the
2 ...14 Pu i jH j HT alleged victim. By daybreak, one of
the men was behind bars, and the
e other was left to figure out all that
the suspect had allegedly taken
,: from his home. He also had to pull
71 71 .. See GOINS, Page 9A
Jackson County Health Director William Long (left) presented Sarah Pender her 2014 Health Hero award Friday. Calloway charged

Served more than 18 years with the county with felonytheft
From Dothan Eagle staff reports
Special to the Floridan viding public health services to its residents.
The local health department will host anniver- Dale County, Ala., authorities
An iconic local health professional has been sary-related educational and commemorative recently arrested a Marianna man
recognized as Jackson County's Public Heath events in the coming months. on a felony theft charge alleging
Hero of 2014. That honor was bestowed upon In a news release about Pender's selection as he stole more than $25,000 worth
Sarah S. Pender on Friday at an informal cer- this county's Health Hero, officials wrote that it of property from the Covan World
emony in the presence of staffers at the Florida was in recognition of "her significant contribu- Wide Moving Co.
Department of Health in Jackson County. tions and. exceptional commitment to protect Court records show authorities
Pender's image will appear along with those of and improve the health of the citizens of Jackson This undated photo shows arrested Christopher O'Sean Callo-
other Health Heroes around the state in an up- County and the State of Florida." Pender in her early days of way, 38, of Marianna, on Wednes-
coming publication associated with this year's service with the Jackson day and charged him with felony
celebration of Florida's 125th anniversary of pro- See PENDER, Page 9A County Health Department. first-degree theft of property.

Visiting students living
Seated (from left) are Carmelita
with Graceville families Stu:ntExh tenadonal
representative Rachel Barkley,
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER same characteristics. Whether with exchange students Joelina they're shy or bold, giggly or se- Armke of Germany, and Chaeyun
rious, sports-obsessed or artisti- Kim of South Korea; back row
A recent visit with a group of ex- cally inclined, most young peo- are exchange host Velma Wright,
change students who have come ple crave new experiences and exchange students Carlo Schamm
to live temporarily in Graceville the company of their peers. of Italy, Sergio Giraldo of Colombia,
made one thing clear: No mat- At a recent gathering of the Won Jane Noh and Hee Jun Son,
ter where they live in the world, both of South Korea, and area
teenagers share some of the See EXCHANGE, Page 9A DEBORAHBOCKHALTER/FLORIDAN representative Rachel Barkley.

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JACKSON COUNTY Communifty Calendar

F L O R ID A N TODAY to play. The fee for T-Ball is $35 for participants Students can wear orange like the Lorax.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion and $40 for Dixie Youth machine pitch, AAA, "0" )) Marianna Recreation Department baseball-
Publisher Valeria Roberts 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist Zone and Dixie Boys. The feefor Darlings, Angels, softball registration 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance Ponytails and Belles Softball will be $40. The fee Marianna Educational and Recreational Expo
limited to people with a desire to stop drinking. must be paid with a check or money order, no cash (MERE) location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna,
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski will be accepted. Checks need to be made payable or you may drop off your registration at City Hall. MONDAY, FEB. 24 to MERE. No one will beallowed to register after Feb. Boys and girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible
MONDAY, FEB. 24 28. All participants must bring a copy of their birth to play. The fee for T-Ball is $35 for participants
CONTACT US ) Dr. Seuss Day at Golson Elementary Cele- certificate. and $40 for Dixie Youth machine pitch, AAA,"O"
brate Dr. Seuss Day. Students can wear their favorite )) St. Anne Thrift Store- 9 a.m to 1p.m. at St. Zone and Dixie Boys. The fee for Darlings, Angels,
Telephone: 850-526-3614 hat to school. Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Ponytails and Belles Softball will be $40. The fee
FAX: 850-482-4478 )) Marianna Recreation Department baseball- Call 482-3734. must be paid with a check or money order, no cash
Email: softball registration 8 a.m.-4 p.m. at The Marl- )) $5 Brown Bag Sale on clothing 9 a.m. to will be accepted. Checks need to be made payable
Street Address: anna Educational and Recreational Expo (MERE) 1 p.m. at St. Anne Thrift Store, 4285 2nd Ave., to MERE. No one will be allowed to register after
4403 Constitution Lane location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna, or you Marianna. Feb. 28. All participants must bring a copy of their
Marianna FL32448 may drop off your registration at City Hall. Boys and birth certificate.
Marianna, FL 32448 girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible to play Pinochle Club Meeting 9: 30-11:30 a.m. at
Office Hours: girlsThe fee for T-Ball iyears $35 for page are ticipantble to playand $4 Ascension Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 3975 )) Chipola College Registration for.Spring Term
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dixie Youth machine pitch, AAA, "O" Zone and Dixie U.S. 90, Marianna. Everyone invited. Call 482-6132. C 8211a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, call 718du.
Boys. The fee for Darlings, Angels, Ponytails and )) Share Day 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Have dinner
MISS YOUR PAPER? Belles Softball will be $40. The fee must be paid with at El Rio Mexican Restaurant and mention Share $5 Brown Bag Sale on Clothing 9 a.m. to
a check or money order, no cash will be accepted. Day and 15 percent of the sales received will go the 1p.m. at St. Anne Thrift Store, 4285 2nd Ave.,
You should receive your newspaper no later Checks need to be made payable to MERE. No one Partners for Pets, a no-kill shelter. Marianna.
than 6a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- will be allowed to register after Feb.28. All partici- )) Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior )) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to pants must bring a copy of their birth certificate. Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The Tri-state Cucurbit Meeting -9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 482-5028. is the local community, "Community, Children and
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Jackson County Agriculture Center, 2741 Pennsyl- )) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9 Character." Call 526-3142.
is published Tuesday through Friday and vania Ave., Suite 3, Marianna. No charge. Morning p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist )) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St.
is published Tuesday through Friday and refreshments and lunch served. Pre-registration Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna.
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid required for accurate lunch count. Call Nikki or discussion with 12 & 12 study; Everyone with a desire Call 482-3734.
at Marianna, FL. Cynthia at 638-6180. to stop drinking is welcome. )) Employability Workshop -,2:30 p.m. Marianna
) Emergency Meeting of the Jackson County One Stop Career Center. "Creating an Effective
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Public Library Board Noon at the Jackson WEDNESDAY, FEB. 26 Resume" is the workshop. It is free and open to
County Board of County Commission Administra- the public. The workshop is facilitated by a certified
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 tion Offices, 2864 Madison St. The purpose of this Wacky Wednesday at Golson Elementary motivational career coach. Visit
for three months; $62.05 for six months; meeting is to consider recommendation for the new Celebrate Wacky Wednesday Day. Students can to register for these.informative workshops.
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include library director. wear something wacky. ) Ribbon Cutting for the Infusion Center 5
applicable state and local taxes. Mail ) Parkinson's Support Group Meeting Noon ) Marianna Recreation Department baseball- p.m. at the Hudnall Building.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail in the ground-floor classroom of Jackson Hospital. softball registration 8 4 p.m. at The Mari- ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion,
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; Lunch provided. Those diagnosed with Parkinson's anna Educational and Recreational Expo (MERE) 8-9 p., First Unite Methodist Church 2901 Cale-
and their caregivers are invited. No cost to partici- location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna, or you 8-9 St., First in the AA urchm Attendane
$92.24for six months; and $184.47 for one pate. Call 718-2661. may drop off your registration at City Hall. Boys and donia St., Marianna, in th a desire room. Attendanceking;
year. )) Grand Ridge Pageant Parent Meeting.- 5 girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible to play. limited to people with a desire to stop drinking;
year. at Grand Ridge School.Pageant Parentry packMeets can be The fee for T-Ball is $35 for participants and $40 for papers will not be signed.
ADVERTISING picked up at the school. For more informaion, call Dixie Youth machine pitch, AAA,"O" Zone and Dixie
Heather Lewis at 209-7977. Boys. The fee for Darlings, Angels, Ponytails and FRIDAY, FEB. 28
The advertiser agrees that the publisher e Belles Softball will be $40. The fee must be paid with )i Dr. Seuss Birthday Favorite Book Character
shall not be liable for damages arising ) Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting a check or money order, no cash will be accepted. Day Golson Elementary Celebrate Dr. Seuss'
out of errors and advertisements beyond 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Jackson County Extension Checks need to be made payable to MERE. No one birthday. Dress up as your favorite book character.
Service, Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meetings are will be allowed to register after Feb. 28. All partici- Guest readers will visit our school to read to the
the amount paid for the space actually fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, les- pants must bring a copy of their birth certificate. classes. There will be a student writing contest and
occupied by that portion of the advertise- sons and help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638. Chipola College Registration for Spring Term a classroom door decorating contest. Prizes will be
ments in which the error occurred, whether ) Meeting to explorethe possibility of reactivat- C 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, call 718- awarded to the winners.
such error is due to the negligence of the ing the BB Baseball League of Florida 6:30 2211or visit Non-insured Crop Disaster Assistance
publisher's employees or otherwise, and p.m. at the Oaks Restaurant in Marianna located in
publisher's employeesthe Oaks Station Shopping Center on U.S.90 East. Eldercare Service- 8 a.m. at Malone City Hall, Program Application Closing Dates Producers
there shall be not liability for non-inser- A minimum of six teams will be required to activate Malone and St. Paul AME Church, Campbellton will may apply for coverage of non-insurable crop when
tion of any advertisement beyond the the league with regular-season play beginning the be giving out USDA food. low yields, loss of inventory or prevented planning
Samount paid for such advertisement. This first week in April. For more information, call 508- Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon occur due to natural disaster. Producers must file
newspaper will not knowingly accept or 3329 or 229-662-2066. to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist the application and service fee by closing date for
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- ))Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. pbeans, cantaloupekins, rutabagasweet corn, grsquash, waterhmelons,
in which expresses preference based on p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist ) Jackson Hospital Foundation Heart Awareness millet, perennial peanuts and green peanuts. For
ingawic expresses preference aseai on Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Month Lunch and Learn Noon in the Jackson more information, call 526-2610, ext. 2.
legally protected personal characteristics is Hospital Cafeteria Classroom. Guest speaker: Dr.
not acceptable. TUESDAY, FEB. 25 Steven Spence of Internal Medicine and Associates. )) Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at the Jackson
TUESDAY, FEB. Tickets are $5 and may be purchased at the door. County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and
HOW TO GET YOUR Fox in Sox Day at Golson Elementary Cele- Limited seating experienced handcrafters welcome to create, share,
HOWITOGETYUR brate Fox in Sox Day! Students can wear crazy socks learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631.
nancNEWS PUBLISe Committee Board meeting- p.m. in. the Bird Walk -10 2 p.m. at Florida Caverns
The Jackson County Floridan will publish )) Marianna Recreation Department baseball- classroom of Jackson Hospital. State Park. Join Florida Caverns State Park
news of general interest free of charge. softball registration -8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The volunteers Elliott and Lesley Smith as they Jead
Marianna Educational and Recreational Expo visitors on a leisurely stroll starting at the Blue
Submit your news or Community Calendar (MERE) location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna, THURSDAY, FEB. 27 Hole swimming area to observe the birds of the
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, or you may drop off your registration at City Hall. The Lorax Day-Golson Elementary-Wear park. Bring binoculars and.a picnic and enjoy the
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, Boys and girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible Orange Like the Lorax Celebrate the Lorax Day. day.
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, FL 32447,
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
right to edit all submissions. POllCe ROu tnd p
GETTING IT RIGHT MARIANNA POLICE JACKSON COUNTY disturbance, one residential fire ing the latest reporting periods:
The Jackson County Floridan's policy DEPARTMENT SHERIFFS OFFICE call, two woodland fire calls, 18 Hubert Goin, 24, 205 West
repis to coan rr or, please call 526-3614o The Marianna Police The Jackson County Sheriff's six traffic stops, one larceny burglarywith a firearm, posses-
reMonday-Friday. ca -14 Department listed the Office and county fire/rescue complaint, one trespass comrn- sion of a firearm by a convicted
following incidents for Feb.20, reported the following incidents plaint, one found/abandoned felon.
<-i> the latest available report: _-. for Feb. 20, the property report, one assault, a Gerald Lee, 25, 2836 Stewart
One reckless driver, one F latest available three animal complaints, one Ave., Marianna, non-support of
M ,:^~^ ...suspicious person, one verbal ,a report: One car in ditch reported, nine prop- a child.
|disturbance, one prowler, four cf N E accident, one erty checks, one assist of anther n Anthony O'Bryan, 36, 93 Cha-
S1 dtraffic stops, one larceny fuE hospice death, agency and two welfare checks, son Road, Marianna, violation
complaint, one civil dispute, one miss- of state probation.
one juvenile complaint, one ing juvenile, JACKSON COUNTY
fraud complaint, one retail three abandoned vehicles, one CORRECTIONAL FACILITY Jail Population: 185
1 theft, two public service reckless driver, three suspicious To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
calls and four home security vehicles, one suspicious person, The following people were at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
JCFLORIOAN.COMhA checks, two burglaries, one verbal booked into the county jail dur- agency.

Births Engagements
Georgia Elaine Adams
was born on Feb. 10 O
at Southeast Alabama
Medical Center in Do-
than, AL. She weighed
9 pounds and was 21
inches long at birth.
Her parents are BJ and
Tiffany Dykes Adams.
Grandparents are Bill
and Jane Dykes and
the late Cindy Dykes of
Greenwood and Robert
and Felicia Adams of
Grand Ridge. Great-
grandparents are Agnes
and the late H.C. Dykes Virginia Weeks, the late
of Greenwood and the Mitchell Moats and the
late Leonard and Betsy late William and Betty
Finch of Chipley, the late Adams.

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Marianna, FL. Landis and Suzanne Adams Comcast in Panama City, FL.
Haley Ann Thomas was Owens of Sneads, FL, are The future groom is the of Prattville, AL announce the The bride-elect is the
born at 8:30 p.m. on Jan. proud to announce the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jim engagement of their daughter granddaughter of Gene and
31 at Jackson Hospital in engagement and upcoming Neel of Grand Ridge, FL and Mary Sue Adams to Joe Sue Barnes.of Marianna, and
Marianna. She weighed wedding of their daughter Mrs. Nell Gilley and the late Woodruff, the son of Joey and Jimmy and Sheila Adams of
5 pounds, 14 ounces Savanna Owens to her high Mr. Robert Gilley of Sneads, Brenda Woodruff of Alford, Marianna.
and was 19 inches long school sweetheart Seth Gilley FL. Seth is a 2012 graduate, FL. The prospective groom is
at birth. Her parents of Grand Ridge, FL. Seth is attended Chipola College, Mary Sue is a 2009 graduate the grandson of Anita Devore
are Sumfner Little the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marianna FL obtaining his of Marianna High School, and and the late Thomas Devore of
and Danial Thomas. Ashley Gilley of Grand Ridge, EMT and Firefighter graduated from Chipola Meadville, PA, and Mary Jo
Grandparents are Gloria FL. certification. Seth is employed College in 2012 with a B.S. in Woodruff and the late Gene
Thomas and Keith The future bride is the with Florida State Hospital Elementary Education. She is Woodruff of Crestview.
Thomas from Bonifay. granddaughter of Brenda Gay Fire Department and also currently a 6th grade teacher at The wedding will take place
of Alford, FL, and Jason works part time with Marianna Merritt Brown Middle School on Saturday, March 22, at 4
Vaughan of Lake, MI, Laura Fire Department and Jackson in Panama City, FL. P.M. at Alford Baptist. Church
Kirkland of Sneads, FL, and County Fire Rescue. Joe is a 2008 graduate of with the Reverend Bob
the late Ray Owvens of Grand All family and friends are Marianna High School, and Johnson officiating. All
Ridge, FL, the great grand- invited to celebrate with us, as received his A.A. degree from friends and relatives of the
Peyton Elizabeth Skip- daughter of Mrs. Edna Ostrum our children make their vows Chipola College in 2012. He is couple are invited to attend.
prand the late Leslie Ostrum of to each other, on March 15, currently employed with
per was born at 1:29 Alford, FL. Savanna is a 2013 2014, 4:00 pm, at El Bethel

p.m. on Feb. 2 Mariannackson graduate of Sneads High Assembly of God Church,
Hospital in Mar anna. School, is employed at Grand Ridge, FL. There will Shantasla Trinity
She weighed 6 pounds, McDaniel's Grocery Store be a reception in the Marie Jordan was born
11.9 ounces and was Sneads, FL and is pursuing her fellowship hall following the at 3:26 a.m. on Feb. 10,
191 inches long at birth. AA degree at Chipola College, ceremony. at Jackson Hospital in
Her parents are Leslie Marianna. She weighed
Helms and Zach Skip- 7 pounds, 6 ounces and
per. Grandparents are Arelle Leigh West was 20 inches long at
Howard and Lee Helms was born at 11:34 p.m. birth. Her parents are
from Chipley, Jackie on Feb. 11 at Jackson Shantella McGriff and
Skipper from DeFuniak Hospital in Maranna. Eric Jordan. Grand-
Springs, Randall Skip- She weighed 7 pounds, parents are NuSharon
per from Ponce de Leon; Margery Pettis from Chi- 6 ounces and was 201/2 Jordan, Jerome Garrett,
great-grandparents are pley. Peyton Elizabeth inches long at birth. Zinda M. Spates and
Lincoln and Sarah finch was welcomed home by Her parents are Evelyn Harold Spates.
from Chipley, John and big brother John Helms. West and Joshua Maurer.
Grandparents are Bessie
Lee W est from Grand ........................................................
Brylynn Jean Kornegay Ridge.
was born at 9:25 p.m. on
Feb. 6 at Jackson Hospital
in Marianna. She weighed
5 pounds, 13 ounces and ........................................................
was 19 inches long at HadLynn Virginia Adams
birth. Her parents are Car- was born at 6:33 p.m. on
lotta and Jacob Kornegay. Feb. 8 at Jackson Hos-
Grandparents are Jean pital in Marianna. She
and Alan Kornegay from weighed 6 pounds, 9
Marianna and Robert Ham ounces and was 19 inches
from Malone. long at birth. Her parents
are Cassandra Sellers
and Donald Adams Jr.
Grandparents are William
..................................... and Heather Sellers from Ronnie Easton Pitts was are Angela Vanwagner
Kinsley Michele Lay was Bonifay, Norman and born at 8:10 a.1n. on Feb. and Brandon Pitts.
br a7: p o MaryAnderson from 12 at Jackson Hospital in Grandparents are Anita
born at 7:12 p.m. on Feb. Bonifay, Beth Dilmore Marianna. He weighed 5 Shelton from Altha, Lisa
6 at Jackson Hospital in from Clarksville, Tessie pounds, 5.3 ounces and Hobby from Clarksville
Marianna. She weighed Sellers from Bonifay, Rosa was 183 inches long at and Collis Hobby from
6 pounds, 11.8 ounces Wright from Chipley, birth. Ava Mae Pitts was Clarksville.
at birth. Her parents are Donald Adams Sr. from born at 8:13 a.m. on Feb.
at birth. Her parents are Chipley; six-year-old and Hazel Adams, big 12 at Jackson Hospital in Ph ili
Candace and William Lay. brother LasStat Adams sister. Marianna. She weighed 4Ph
Grandparents are Michele 5 pounds, 7 ounces and
Perkins from Bascom, : was 18V2 inches long
David Alday from Cypress, Leigha-Lynne Brooke at birth. Their parents
Sandra Williams and Rob- Hodges was born Feb. 9
ert Cloud from Sneads. at Jackson Hospital in
Marianna. She weighed 6
pounds, 2 ounces.
Her parents are Taylor
D'narii Prince Messiah Brooke Barnhill and Kyle Carat The FIVE C's
Holden was born at 8:43 Matthew Hodges. Color
a.m. on Feb 7 at Jackson Grandparents are Sheila Clarity
weighed 8 pounds, 3.7 Grand Ridge, Sherry CONFIDENCE

ounces and was 20 inches and Thomas Weigel
long at birth. His parents from Marianna and Marianna's Most
are Tearia Butler and An- Terresa and William Trusted Jeweler
thony Holden. Grandpar- Barnhill from Kawannee, HAPPY 13Tm BIRTHDAY Est. 1971,0k
ents are Lottie Spires from Ill. Great-grandparents grandparents are Idamae MAGGIE!
Campbellton, Amanda are Carolyon and Matt and the late James Harve I am so glad I was given the tS O l
Brown from Marianna : Hodges from Grand Hodges from Cotton- chance to watch you grow
and Frank Brown from Ridge and Clara and dale. She has one big I love you so much! GEMOLOGISTS
Marianna. Possum Nutt from sister, Alacieya Palge Love, Mama 850.482.4037
Marianna. Great-great- Booth.

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j consume a combination of
wedding day is the carbohydrates and protein.
culmination o months and months of planning. The carbs will provide the
For most, it is one of the most memorable, initial burst of energy you
magical days of their lives, filled with fond need to get going, and the
moments of time spent with close friends and protein will keep you feeling
family. full. A combination of whole.
wheat toast, fresh fruit and
As enjoyable as a wedding can be, most brides Greek yogurt makes for a
and grooms who have already tied the knot filling start to the day.
can attest that a wedding is along, often tiring
day. It is very easy for energy levels to wane. To Stay hydrated.
ensure you have enough energy to last through Although drinking a lot
to the final good-bye of the evening, follow these of water can result in
suggestions to remain energized. more frequent trips to the
bathroom -- which can be
Recognize your wedding day is a very long day. cumbersome for brides
It's possible to rise quite early in the morning wearing their gowns -- it is
to begin prepping with makeup, hair styles, essential to stay hydrated.
wardrobe and more. If the party is an evening Dehydration can result in
reception, it could last until the wee hours of the headaches, weakness and
morning. You may find yourself up for nearly 24 dizziness and may make
Ihours, when the cameras will be flashing and the you feel cranky. Be sure to
R I Ivideo rolling throughout. Naturally, you'll want to consume water throughout:'
look your best throughout. the day.

Get a good night's sleep the night before. Pack some snacks.
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Senators do right on

debt ceiling increase o
A Tell' that was easy. The Senate last week ap-
proved an increase in the debt ceiling, which
V o means the bill now goes to President Barack
Obama for his signature. No drama, no angst, no gov-
ernment shutdown.
Senators did the right thing, thanks to lessons learned
from last year's debacle. In that display of legislative
incompetence, Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, a tea
party firebrand, staged a one-man filibuster and egged C
on his Republican colleagues in the House who refused b
to fund the Affordable Care Act, triggering the closure.
This time he was at it again, urging Republican sena-
tors to join him in a filibuster against raising the debt e
ceiling but he failed to win enough support. The Sen-
ate cleared the filibuster hurdle by a vote of 67-31 and //
then went on to pass the bill itself by a party-line vote of
55-43. All the "aye" votes came from Democrats. Pope Francis o
It says a lot about the current state of the nations
approval of a measure that merely allows the govern- an
ment to pay its bills is considered newsworthy. Does this ave you learned noth- lic churches. And I rarely find an
mean there is a new spirit of bipartisan cooperation? A ---ing from Pope Francis?" empty one anymore. There are
Hardly. c An hour into a discus- always people hiding in the back,
Yet it does reflect public rejection of kamikaze tactics sion about "renewal" in the Catho- right up in the front, on their knees,
like those of Cruz and his allies on the right. Significant- lic Church centered on a book giving thanks, lighting a candle,
ly, it also represents acknowledgment by Republican by that name by Anne Hendershott praying for help, seeking peace.
Party leaders that, like it or not, they have to take a stand and Christopher White this was People are feeling welcome. Come
against extremist tactics if they want the GOP to remain the last question asked from the on in, because there is love, sup-
viable at the polls. audience. The female audience KaithrynLopez port, forgiveness and hope inside.
After both Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, member then repeated a line from Pope Francis opens doors to a
R-Ky., and MinorityWhip John Cornyn, R-Texas, voted Pope Francis' impromptu plane- faith that offers attractive, compel-
against the filibuster tactic, several other Republicans ride press conference last summer: the first to remind me what we all ling answers to questions deep
switched their votes in solidarity, effectively rescuing the "'Who am I to judge?'" His Holiness know when we stop to think about in the hearts of men and women.
measure from defeat. was pointing to the fact that only it: As television viewers, as radio There's a common good here:
One day earlier, 28 Republicans in the GOP-domi- God can know the innermost work- listeners, as readers, we tend to Knowing we're made for something
nated House joined Democrats to pass the debt-ceiling ings of the human heart. discount factual points or well- more and that we have responsi-
bill after Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, made sure the Another audience member want- reasoned arguments in favor of gut bilities toward one another and our
measure did not include extraneous provisions. It was ed to bypass her question, saying, feelings. freedoms; this makes us leaders in
the first debt-ceiling increase in the House since 2009 "That wasn't a question, that was When we hear the word "civil" in the renewal of our lives, families,
that was not attached to other legislation. an insult." But it might just have the context of communications, communities, institutions, country
Political brinksmanship is a drag on the economy. It been the most important question we do ourselves a disservice and and culture.
raises doubts about the government's ability to deliver of the night. get off easy if we think it simply The cover story is the first pope
basic services and adds a needless dose of uncertainty The event was open-door and means being "nice." It's got to be from the Americas who is captur-
about where the country is headed. Investors lose faith, was decently advertised. And yet, about seeing the people in your ing the attention of the world with
and markets panic. It's possible these lessons are begin- somehow during the course of the audience as people, as children his embrace of the sick, the wound-
ning to sink in on Capitol Hill. discussion, which frequently dealt of our Creator, as brothers and ed, the lost and forgotten. The
On the same day that the Senate was voting, a new with joy and love, at least one per- sisters. That means there's got to inside story is that he offers a hard-
McClatchy-Marist poll found that 72 percent of respon- son in the audience saw nothing be love, even in the face of extreme ened world proposals about a kind
dents registered disapproval of the job congressional but a door being closed. disagreement. of life that upholds human dignity
Republicans are doing. Democrats didn't do so well I immediately thought of my I travel a decent amount and and well-being. And people, even
either, with 60 percent of those surveyed disapproving of friend Austen Ivereigh, who was am forever popping into Catho- the cynical media, are listening.
the party's legislative performance.
One clean vote is not likely to have much impact on
the public's dismay with Congress, but if lawmakers C.
change tactics and abandon nonstop bickering and Coo1 cats in D.C.? Yes, in a museum
hyper-partisan wrangling, they would do themselves
- and the nation a world of good. X Tou can't fake true cool," Ron Burgundy," just before a movie
Bob Dylan said in his sequel was released.
The Miami Herald Chrysler Super Bowl com- But "American Cool," through
The Mri amis ofas d mercial as a photo of James Dean Sept. 7, manages to be entertain-
flashed on the screen. ing and thought-provoking. The
Another View Dylan, selling cars at 72, and images make us think about the
Dean, the "Rebel Without a Cause" elusive quality of cool. I watched as
West's actor who died in 1955 at the age M arshaMercer writer Joan Didion, leaning against
W ess r e rOof 24, are among 100 certified cool arthe door of her Corvette Stingray
Americans in a new exhibit at the in 1970, mesmerized three young
National Portrait Gallery. weekend, visitors could look at Da- women for several minutes.
The "American Cool" exhibit of vid Datuna's "Portrait of America" Fred Astaire is there but not Gin-
o1 mostly black-and-white portraits through Google glass. There's cool ger Rogers. The only entrepreneur
includes actors Lauren Bacall, Mar- and then there's new cool. is a young Steve Jobs, long-haired
lon Brando, Benicio Del Toro and I almost skipped the "American and bearded, riding a motorcycle,
T he attempts of the West to discredit the Sochi Steve McQueen; musicians Johnny Cool" exhibit, thinking that once bareheaded.
2014 Winter Olympic Games were evident much Cash, Miles Davis, Jay-Z and Bonnie cool is enshrined in a museum it And Twain may be the father of
before the opening ceremony. The Sochi Olympics Raitt; writers James Baldwin, Wil- can't be cool anymore. Plus, while I modern American literature but
is a sports event, but the West has used it as a politi- liam Burroughs, Ernest Hemingway understand that museums need to he's absent too not because he
cal tool against Russia, much like it used the Beijing and Dorothy Parker; and athletes attract visitors, I hate to see them pre-dates cool, a concept born in
2008 Summer Games to criticize China, says a Xinhua Muhammad All, Jim Brown, Jack pander, the jazzy 1940s. Walt Whitman and
commentary. Johnson and Michael Jordan. The Newseum, for example, has Frederick Douglass made it.
The West's rhetoric is old-fashioned: alleged corrup- Not one president or elected of- been struggling financially de- To make the cool list, someone
tion, overrunning costs and human rights infringe- ficial made the list, but if the throng spite thoughtful exhibits on such had to have three elements of these
ments. Even opinion polls favorable to Russia, especially of exhibit-goers was an indication, topics as Civil War journalism and four: originality of artistic vision
the one by Gallup that said "Russians see gold in Sochi Washington is hungry for cool. It's JFK. Desperate last fall to recoup and of signature style; cultural
Olympic Games," could not change the West's attitude. also possible, though, that the gray losses, it opened anexhibit of 60 rebellion in a given historical mo-
The run-up to the Beijing Olympics, too, had seen the heads who were grooving to cool costumes, "hilarious props" and ment; "iconicity" or high-profile
Western media reveling in negative coverage, primarily Marvin Gaye had given up on the other paraphernalia from the 2004 recognition, and a recognized
because of ideological and political differences between long lines upstairs where, for one movie "Anchorman: The Legend of cultural legacy.
the West and China. ----
No Ojlympics has been free of problems; Beijing had
its share, so did London. Sochi has its troubles, so does Lgetter to the Editor
Rio de Janeiro, which will host 2016 Summer Games.
But theWest should knowthat unnecessarilymagnify- Viewer checks facts behind Southerland's ad
ing the problems is not what the Olympic Games areew e s t end out ands a
about. I've watched Congress- commercial revealed that sponsored insurance column that the law was
"The Olympics are about building bridges to bring man Southerland's "Every much of the content of premiums, only a fraction responsible for a 'modest'
people together," International Olympic Committee problem in our society is the ad was untrue and a of which are paid by the 1 percent to 2 percent in-
President Thomas Bach said at the opening ceremony in the result of Obamacare" distortion of the facts. insured. The Kaiser Fam- crease." The Kaiser Foun-
Sochi. "They are not about erecting walls to keep people political commercial for One of the first such ily Foundation report, dation report concludes
apart. Embrace human diversity and unity." what seems like 100 times distortions in the on which Southerland's "But the ad doesn't make
Such was the spirit that President Xi Jinping carried to in the few weeks it's run piece involves quoting 2012 remarks were based, clear that the quote is old
Sochi. He said it is customary for the Chinese people to just about every-hour-on- Southerland's July 2012 said that the increase in and based on an outdat-
congratulate their neighbors on their joyous occasions. the-hour, all day, every statements regarding the what workers contribute ed report. Besides, it was
China supports Russia for hosting the Sochi Games, day. Affordable Care Act (ACA) ... "wasn't a statistically wrong when Southerland
manifesting its respect for sportsmanship and the After getting more than on the House floor on the significant increase over said it in July 2012 and
Olympic spirit, and giving the vote of confidence to my fill, I decided to go occasion of the Repub- 2010 values." it's wrong now."
a close neighbor and friend. This principle, as part of to a fact check ivebsite lican Congress' 10th (of Southerland's com- I don't know why politi-
China's "new type of relationship between major pow- to see if there's any truth more than 40) attempts ments ascribe all of cians feel the need to
ers", should apply to other international affairs too. in what the commercial to repeal the new law. The the increase in family exaggerate and lie in their
That many Western leaders decided not to attend the claims. I make a prac- ad doesn't bother to indi- premiums to the Afford- political ads. Both par-
Sochi Games opening ceremony shows that they were tice of fact-checking all cate these are more than able Care Act. That's ties' candidates too often
swayed by politics rather than humanity. Many me- political advertising I'm two-year-old remarks, wrong. Health care costs stretch the truth in their
dia outlets, including The Economist, have stoked the exposed to when cam- made well before most of had been rising year after advertising. I know, how-
memory of 1980, when almost all the Western countries paigns are in full tilt, the provisions of the ACA year, long before the ACA ever, that it's important to
boycotted the Moscow Summer Olympics. but didn't expect the took effect in 2014. was passed. Therefore it research what candidates
But against the wishes of the West, the Sochi Games bombardment would In his quoted remarks, was, and is, ridiculous to and their surrogates say
has begun on spectacular note, prompting an editorial begin this early or be so Southerland claims a claim the law is responsi- as part of educating our-
in The Wall Street Journal on Feb 7 to say: "Soon enough, intense so soon. These $1,200 annual increase ble for all of the increase, selves on how to use our
attention will turn to the athletes and competition, as it are indeed extraordinary in family premiums states all important votes. I use
should." Perhaps the paper has realized its earlier criti- times. due to the ACA. The ad "Soon after its' report, Politifact
cism of the Sochi Games was inappropriate. Reviewing what Fact- never makes it clear was released, Kaiser and had to say that Southerland was Family Foundation CEO PATRICK MCGANN
China Daily about the often-repeated discussing employer- Drew Altman wrote in a Marianna


Apalachicola oysters, California drought and Otis Redding
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water...'til your well run water preservation pro- writing, some schools in which serves as a primary is second in size in the the jobs it produces and
dry..." gram, and a the Charleston area are source for Atlanta. The U.S. only to the Ogallala the need for clean air and
"You Don't Miss Your spill related still being shut down. freshwater needs of the Aquifer, which runs from water is a delicate balanc-
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by Otis Redding industry in someone say that eventu- grown exponentially, and Texas. The same Ogallala difficult to adjudicate as
Charleston, ally water would be more the Apalachicola River Aquifer that provides 30 we move further into the
A ctivating the W. Va., has valuable than oil, and I isn't what it used to be, percent of the nation's 21st century.
Keystone Pipeline Margaret contaminat- considered the statement when it reaches the Gulf. irrigated groundwater;
would provide McDowell ed drinking hyperbolic. Now, not so And so the oyster industry the same Ogallala Aquifer
much-needed energy and water for an much. isn't what it used to be. A that is in serious trouble, Margaret R. McDowell, ChFC,
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ability of potable water, there are still concerns Apalachicola River. Now which stores the golden aquifer, will be suitable or profitable for an
A drought in California that the water is not safe that water flow is partially liquid directly beneath The tug of war between investor.

Troop 3 holds Court of Honor arri graduatesr
from Lackland AFB
Special to the Floridan advanced in rank to First Airman Justin Lee Har-
Class, while Keary Nich- ris graduated from basic
Troop 3 Boy Scouts en- ols was awarded his Ten- military training at Lack-
joyed their quarterly Court derfoot rank. JAC Clikas land Air Force Base in San
of Honor ceremony Feb. was officially welcomed Antonio, Texas. Harris
17, during their regularly to Troop 3 Boy Scouts completed an intensive
scheduled meeting. with the presentation of eight-week program that
Advancement Coordi- a neckerchief and slide included training in mli-
nator David McArthur for his uniform by Scout- tary discipline and stud-
awarded the merit badges master Bill Kleinhans and ies, Air Force core values Biloxi, Mississippi. Harris
and rank advancement committee member Andy physical fitness and basic is a 2013 Cottondale High
patches to the scouts. Campbell. warfare principles and School graduate. He is
Noah McArthur received The Marianna Optimist skills. the son of Bryan K. Harris
four merit badges: coin Club is the chartering or- Harris now will attend and Lori Grissett. Both
collecting, crime preven- ganization for Troop 3 Boy technical training at of Harris' parents are
tion, traffic safety and fire Scouts. For more informa- SUBMITTED PHOTOS Keesler Air Force Base in residents of Alford.
safety. tion about Boy Scouts, call Troop 3 Advancement Coordinator David McArthur presents
Mathew Pelham and ScoutmasterBill Kleinhans Life Scout Noah McArthur with the four merit badges he
Walker. Crawford both at 526-2897. earned.
Two dead, one injured serious injuries.
in church van crash Five other juveniles and
one adult were treated for
LAKE CITY- Authori- minor injuries.
ties say two adults were
killed and a teen was From wire reports
critically injured when a
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52-year-old Jeff Novak,
Troop 3 Boy Scout Mathew Pelham receives his patches from lost control and flipped GO LD
leader David McArthur for advancement to the rank of First Troop 3 Boy Scout Walker Crawford is presented patches for the van.
Class. his advancement to the rank of First Class. Several occupants were AT
ejected, leaving Novak
and 44-year-old Micha-
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Keary Nichols receives his patch for advancement to the rank Andy Campbell present new Troop 3 member JAC Clikas his Open Enrollment Ends

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Don't waste your time; always move forward
E ach of us should victims of drugs, alcohol be good in some ways, or hind some of their former much money in a family, braries. Quality books can
be proud of our and criminal activities, bad in other ways. If they classmates, and there doesn't seem be great friends! Whatever
heritage, and Black Successes have been able to keep That's why I want to to be a way to move occupation people may
History Month is a time and fail- a youthful, healthy look, emphasize the impor- forward, an individual be interested in can usu-
for African Americans to ures have it would be easy to give tance of getting a good should try to find a part- ally be researched, and in
be proud of the great affected them a compliment on education. One of the time job and take as certain cases, detailed at
contributions our ances- many fami- their appearance. things I've learned not many classes as they can, our libraries.
tors have given to the lies in every If there hasn't been a to accept over the years but "don't bite off more Whatever we do, we
world. nationality change in the way they is unwarranted excuses, than they can chew." must not waste time
I often think of some Thomas during this express themselves, their Procrastinators and con- Trying to do too much. procrastinating or making
of my classmates and Vincent tough time actions and attitudes, they sistent excuse makers are too quickly can lead excuses, because others
friends of years gone by. MuIrphy in human could be a big disappoint- brotherspvho really stick to discouragement. have shown they can rise
Some of tny fellow African history. ment to someone who together. If a person has Learn the importance of from the most adverse
American classmates have When you see an old has continued to grow been blessed to be in the patience. situations in life, if desires
become leaders of high classmate for the first in life. If an individual position to attend schools Instructions and a way and ambitions are put
standing in their occupa- time after years have hasn't shown the desire of higher learning during to look for possible op- into action.'Don't waste
tions and communities; passed, and they haven't to improve over the years, their lifetime, they should portunities are readily precious time; move
while others have become changed much, it could they will end up far be- do it. When there isn't available at our public li- forward!


enior Fellow- imp.- OSpecial tothe Floridan to provide input on leg-
Sehior F ow islation, ask questions or
ship Association U. S. Representative request assistance witha
S met on Mon- Steve Southerland II will federal agency on issues
peb et on or t inhost mobile office hours including: Social Secu-
day, 17. in Jackson County on rity, Medicare, housing
speaker was Pharma- Tuesday. and urban development,
cist Scott Paramore. He will be at Graceville IRS, veterans affairs and
H tCity Hall, 5348 Cliff St., immigration.
He shared about the Rm Graceville from 1-3 p.m. For info, contact Melis-
price changes in pre- Residents of Jackson sa Thompson at 785-0812
scriptions and how County and the sur- or Melissa.Thompson@
rounding area are invited
some supplies are
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about drug abuse in of M in 3 PLAY for the 5
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and remove temptation. Pictured are Marjorie Hencely, Paramore and Marilyn Mabardy. Tue (E) ; 2/18 1-3-2 6-1-3-2 3-1621-22-29
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The Jackson Hospital grew up in Marianna and son County." She adds, disease prevention. Sat. (E) 2/22 3-0-5 1-1-9-1 Not avaflable
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Obituaries TPd work with the Health Department expertise by volunteering as chair of
Pender which, at that time served as the her Church Health Committee, vol-
Kent-Forest Lawn Andrew is preceded in sole source of prenatal, postnatal unteering with the Florida Depart-
Funeral Home death by his grandmother, From Page lA and infant care in Jackson County ment of Health in Jackson County's
2403 Harrison Avenue Carmen Hearn. He is sur- for patients receiving Medicaid Public Health Assessment Initiative
Panama City, FL 32404 vived by his wife, Tia Pender was born in Marianna benefits. and, when requested, speaking on
(850) 763-4694 Hearn; son, Logan Andrew and received her initial medical These children were often born health-related matters.
Hearn; parents, Stuart and training at the Brewster Hospital at home and delivered by lay mid- Pender is quoted as saying, "My
Andrew Hearn and father-in-law, Juanita and Nurse Training School in Du- wives. She visited these children in mother always said if you have a
and David Pippin of val County in 1960. She began her their homes shortly after birth to job to do, do it to the best of your
Sneads; his sister, Shannon career in public health at the Jack- provide examinations, often com- ability. I was always timely, respect-
Bachman (Ben) of Japan; a son County Health Department in pleting their birth certificate at ful of those in authority, and I never
brother, Joshua Hearn, of August of 1971 and would go on this time. As part of the "Well Child shunned work."
Los Angeles, CA; his mater- to serve more than 18 years. Dur- Clinic" program, she made follow- The department invites Florida's
nal grandparents Augusta ing those early years, when public up appointments for mother and residents and visitors to join in
and George Jordan of Colo- health nurses wore pinstriped uni- child to ensure proper care contin- recognizing 125 years of protect-
rado; his paternal great- forms and a hat in the spring and ued and necessary immunizations ing, promoting and improving
grandmother, Louise Gra- summer, and navy blue and white were received. the health of all people in Florida
Jordan (Becky) of orth in the fall and winter, she was a Those who had the pleasure of through integrated state, county
Carolina, Ricky Jordan (An- quite familiar presence around working beside Pender describe and community efforts. More in-
na) of Sardinia, Italy, the county. She worked out in the her as an inspiration to both young formation is available at www.FL-
Andrew Hearn, 32, of George Jordan, Jr. (Cindy) community providing immuniza- women and older adults in the
Panama City Beach, passed of Colorado Springs, CO tions, hearing and vision screen- community as well as someone Follow the department on Twit-
away Tuesday, February and Allen Jordan, of Colo- ings, PPDs and other vital public who took her job seriously and had ter at @HealthyFla and on Face-
11, 2014 at a local hospital. rado Springs; paternal health services to school children no qualms about emphasizing a book. For more information about
Andrew served in the grandfather Jerry Hearn and residents who otherwise would point when necessary, the Florida Department of Health,
U.S. Army and was an avid (Denise) of Bradenton, not have had access to health care. Afte her retirement, Pender con- please visit www.FloridaHealth.
Denver Broncos fan. Florida; two uncles Steve After receiving her ARNP certifica- tinues to provide education and govor contact the Department
Andrew's greatest accom- Hearn (Suzanne) of Tam-
plishment was his son. He pa, Florida and Stan Hearn tion specializing in obstetrics and supporttotheJacksonCountycom- of Health in Jackson County at
was his pride and joy. He (Susan) of Seattle, Wash- gynecology, Pender continued her munity. She still uses her nursing 526-2412.
didn't enjoy anything more ington and a host of ex-
than being Logan's daddy. tended family members.
He loved sports, an avid Funeral services will take -E-a1 southern Americans like at once, and that she be- areas representative of the
Denver fan football and place on Monday, February iE xc ange to fix their chili. If they lieves the acceptance program. She encourages
basketball. He was a tee 24, 2014 at 2 p.m. at St. Ber- have a birthday while goes a long way toward more families to look into
ball coach and couldn't nadette's Catholic Church. From Page 1A they're here, the chances showing the foreign stu- the idea of hosting such
wait to start coaching Lo- Entombment will follow at are good that their host dents that the Southern students. The families
He enoyed the beachgue one faml y will receive friends students here now from families will throw them a hospitality of legend does aren't paid to participate,
of his proudest moments Sunday, February 23, 2014 the International Stu- small party or celebrate it in fact exist and thrive in but Barkley said there are
was when he taught Logan from 6-8 p.m. at Kent For- dent Exchange program in some way. North Florida. rewards that can't be mea-
to swim. Andrew never met est Lawn Funeral Home. being overseen by area If there are other teen- They're also learning sured in dollars.
a stranger; everyone was an Serving as pallbearers are representative Rachel agers living in the homes where the area malls and It's a way, she says, of
immediate lifelong friend. Willie Worthy, Eric Boyd, Barkley, the fact that their they're visiting, they're beaches are, and some are helping young people and
He was a huge practical Allen Jordan, George Jor- verbal communications learning some secrets of going to Disney in Orlan- learning about other cul-
joker and couldn't go a sin- dan, Jr. Ricky Hearn and were somewhat lim- the subculture that par- do in a few months with tures at same time.
gle day without making Ryan Hearn, Aaron Jordan, ited because of language ents and grandparents their hosts. Sergio Giraldo from
someone smile. His smile Dustin Croft, and David differences made little might not even think And all these experi- Colombia and Hee Jun
light up a room. He loved ves difference as the students about. ences are helping them Son of South Korea live
bowling when he had time. socialized. Some were They're visiting some reach two of their key with Richard and Cheryl
Family and friends were from South Korea and one of the jewels of Jackson goals English language Elligson. Joelina Armke
everything, to Andrew. He Flo0l StS was from Italy. Another County's outdoor of- and American culture from Germany lives with
graduated Wurzburg Sr. was from Germany, and ferings. Many of their immersion. Rachel and Leroy Barkley
High School in Germany. one was from Columbia. host families have taken Their biological families and their daughter Car-
Andrew served in the Unit- Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. They found ways to share them to Florida Caverns have given them mon- melita. Blanca Romero
ed10 monthates in Iraq. He re- 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna their thoughts and feel- State Park, and some will ey for their extras, like Bescos from Spain lives
turned home in 2004,I art- 850-372-4456 ings with each other and be visiting Blue Springs, spending at the mall or with Alan and Jenny Hen-
turned was with the militn 2004, part-y their English-only hosts when the summer season the beach and for snacks derson. Carlo Schamm
eand spent his remaining FuneMichael's ttire and visitors. They strug- opens. They're participat- away from the host from Italy and Won Jae
years in Panama City 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna gled good-naturedly with ing in community events, homes, for example, so Noh from South Korea
Beach. 850-482-8647 the language difficulties, and they're attending that they are not a finan- live with the Velma and
achieving short bursts of Graceville High School. cial burden on their hosts. Charles Wright family.
understanding as they Their fellow classmates All are insured before they Chaeyun Kim from South
M school who sued the State chatted. have embraced them arrive on U.S. soil for their Korea lives with First Bap-
M OVie of Florida." Bee Holder Pro- They're living with vari- with open arms and with health and well-being tist Church of Graceville
ductions was also involved ous families and sitting a healthy curiosity about while here, and all must Pastor Timothy Folds and
From Page 1A with HBO's "You Don't down to Southern-spe- the guests. Barkley said put in some community his wife, Melissa Folds.
Know Jack," a 2010 movie cialty dinners every night, she was grateful that service hours. For information about
for closure, or local officials dramatizing the life of Dr. learning how collard the GHS administration Barkley said her experi- the program, Barkley can
and citizens debating the Jack Kevorkian and starring greens and cornbread was open to receiving so ence has been a rewarding be reached at 850-703-
effects continued attention Al Pacino. taste together, and how many exchange students one as a host and as the 9044 or 850-360-4097.
on the notorious school has According to the "Dead-
on present-day Marianna- line" report, for the com-
it's a topic that brings about pany's film about the boys' About 4 a.m., Goins The victim checked to see They also searched the
a mix of strong feelings, school, "The Washington G O InS called the victim back, if his firearm was where victim's backyard and
That volatility makes the Times" legal correspondent police say, and asked how he left it, and found that it found a chisel "which was
still-unfolding history of the and investigative journal- From Page 1A to get the four-wheeler in was missing. At that point, consistent with the chisel
institution particularly ap- ist Jeffrey Scott Shapiro is neutral. The victim told he called authorities to re- marks located on the
pealing to storytellers. Writ- said to be consulting on his four-wheeler out of him again to wait until he port the burglary. back door (of the victim's
ers from news outlets across the project, and Bee Holder the mud. arrived and that he would When a deputy arrived, home). Additionally, they
the globe have tried their has hired Academy Award According to the com- help when he got there. the victim was on the found a spotlight in the
hand at telling the reform nominee Keir Pearson to plaint filed against Hubert Goins told the victim that phone with a 911 opera- victim's home that didn't
school's story. Now movie write the screenplay. Wayne Goins, he allegedly he already had the key. He tor, saying that Goins was belong to him but which
producers are gearing up to Producer and Bee Holder called the victim several called the victim again now at the back door of the victim identified as
create their version. President Steve Lee Jones times between 1:30 a.m. about 4:40 am. and said his home. When Goins one that he had seen in
Writer Anita Busch re- tells "Deadline" the movie and 5 a.m. Thursday. In he had gotten the victim's saw the deputy, he ran Goins' possession in the
ports in the entertain- will be called "The Refor- the first call Goins made four-wheeler stuck. into the woods, officials past.
ment industry publication matory." In the article he to the victim around 1:30 -When the victim got said. Around 6:20 a.m., K-9
"Deadline" that a feature describes it as a thriller that a.m., officials say he rang home a short time later, The deputy was able teams from Jackson and
film about the school is in will "follow three boys who up "advising he had been he found Goins' car in to speak with Goins on Apalachee correctional in-
the works. In a story pub- attended the 'work farm' drinking and ... was head- his backyard and his own the phone at some point stitutions were deployed
lished Friday, Busch says one white, one Latino ed to Highway 69 to shoot four-wheeler in front of after that and told him to search for Goins in the
Bee Holder Productions and one black who are a deer because he had a the car, a circumstance to turn himself in. Goins vicinity of the home.
has acquired rights to the all now in their late 60s but .308 rifle." A few hours lat- "indicating that (Goins) would not comply, offi- About 100 yards west of
stories of "some of the most were placed at the school in er, according to the com- was attempting to push cials said, and apparently the house, a deputy saw
outspoken survivors of the the 1950s." plaint, Goins called the hiscaroutofthemudwith had turned his phone off a man matching Goins'
victim back, said he was the four-wheeler," accord- when the deputy tried to description as he came
stuck in the victim's drive- ing to the complaint, call him again, out of the woods. He
g--a1--* Ridge council seats for two way and asked the victim The victim then decided An inventory of Goins" was detained and iden-
~u ai|i u S more years. The two will be to tell him where he kept to go inside his home, car, a 1994 Pontiac Fire- tified as Goins. The dog
sworn in for their new terms the key to his four-wheel- because he couldn't find bird, was conducted at team continued trailing
From Page 1A in June. er. The victim told him the Goins outside, and saw the scene. Officials say in the woods in search of
key was in the house, told that his back door had they found miscellaneous the victim's .357 firearm
incumbent City Commis- Graceville Goins to wait until he ar- been forced open and carpentry tools and some which was found in the
sioner Travis Ephriam will Zero opposition in Grace- rived home and that he that things in the house ammunition belonging to woods about 8:45 a.m.,
return to his District 1 seat, ville means incumbents would help him. had been moved around, the victim, officials said.
with the swearing-in taking Charles Holman and Walter __________ ___
place in June. Douglas will return to serve LOC & State Briefs
Malone Affordable Care Act cost Medicaid, victim Citizen the man prob- C a w
The seat left vacant af- Cottondale infonnative session of crime, nursing home ably would not have From Page 1A
ter the suspension of Town No candidates qualified set for r placement, early screen- made it one more day.
Council member Freddie for the two vacant council Set frnuay ing/testing for children, U.S. Citizenship and Records show Calloway
Jones finally will be filled. Jill seats in Cottondale, which Jackson Hospital is and hospice programs. Immigration Services was charged with stealing
Blaisure, qualified and will leaves the option of appoint- offering an educational is investigating and will $26,814.89 worth of fuel
be sworn in at the next regu- ing people to fill those seats and interactive session Cuban lost While determine whether the from the moving company
lar meeting, March 11. open to the existing council, on the Affordable Care windsurfing found menwill be taken back between May 1 and Dec.
Also in Malone, three in- The issue is expected to be Act. The session will be to Cuba. 31, 2008.
cumbents Town Clerk discussed at the next coun- held in the boardroom KEYWEST The third The three immigrants Calloway was released
Linda Wilson and council- cil meeting March 10. (located on the ground and last Cuban immi- left Jibacoa, Cuba, on from custody at the Dale
women Brenda Welch and floor of the hospital) grant who disappeared Tuesday. One made it County Jail after he posted
Sally Gibson were unop- Alford from 1-4 p.m. Friday. while trying to windsurf to Key West more than $5,000 bail.
posed and will return. They Incumbents George Gay The training will be led across the Florida Straits nine hours later and
will be sworn into office in (mayor) and Daniele Mc- by CRS Medical Benefits. has been found adrift, told authorities that he
June. Daniel (councilwoman, This session can assist Coast Guard officials lost sight of the others
Ward 2) return to office in community members found the man late about 60 miles south
Grand Ridge Alford with no opposition, with the following pro- Friday afternoon. He of Key West. A second
Unopposed incumbents With no candidates qualify- grams: Social Security was barely able to speak, was found by a boater
Thomas Peadon and Kim- ing, the council will appoint disability, state disability, Coast Guardsman Petty Thursday.
berly Applewhite will return someone to fill the Ward 1 county assistance, Medi- Officer 3rd Class Alex
to their respective Grand seat held by Robbie Hayes. care, Medicaid, share of Davis tells The Key West From wire reports JCF.LCMtMUIAN.Co*|

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Chipola Baseball

Mader, Indians dominate in victory
BY DUSTIN KENT Sophomore Michael Mader Ian Rice led the way offensively the first inning, two in the sec- as the game progressed with his started on the mound for the for Chipola by going 3-for-3 with ond, four in the third, and two command," Chipola coach Jeff
Indians and was a home run, a double, two RBIs, more in the fourth to blow the Johnson said. "His secondary
The Chipola Indians started dominantinvictory, and two runs, while Cody Lan- game open. command hasn't been as good
their weekend home-stand on a (f striking out seven ford was 2-for-2 with a double That was more than enough as it needs to be, but by about
brilliant note, shutting out and \ and allowing three and two runs, and Jacky Miles for Mader, who was in to- the third inning he started to get
no-hitting Gordon College 10-0 walks in six innings was 1-for-2 with a triple, two tal control from the opening a feel for commnfanding the ball
in seven innings to improve to before giving way to Franklin runs, and two RBIs. pitch.
11-2 on the season. Van Gurp for the seventh. The Indians scored two runs in "I thought Michael got better See INDIANS, Page 2B

High School Baseball

STATE, Pirates top

FANEAINI Tigers, 5=2

Tigers earn 1st BY DUSTIN KENT
trip to Lakeland
trip to Lakeland
The Sneads Pirates continued their strong start
since 1999 to the season Friday night with a 5-2 district vic-
tory over the Graceville Tigers in Sneads to move
BY DUSTIN KENT to 4-1 and 2-0 in District 2 competition. Blake Johnson started on the mound for Sneads
and picked up the win, going 5 2/3 innings and
MALONE -Two years in a row, giving up two earned runs on five
the Malone Tigers went to the 'hits, seven walks, and five strike-
brink of making it to Lakeland outs, with Chris Greene coming on
only to fall short. in the sixth inning and closing the
Fortunately for the Tigers, the game out by recording four outs
third time proved the charm, while surrendering just one walk,
as Malone knocked off the Pax- no hits, and striking out two.
ton Bobcats 61-43 in Friday's 1A Josh Taylor, Cade Hall, and Hunt-
Regional Finals matchup to ad- er Johnson all had a hit and an RBI
vance to the state semifinals, for the Pirates, who also took ad-
Malone will face Chiefland vantage of some defensive miscues by the Tigers
on Wednesday for a chance to to get their five runs.
play for the state championship "We put the ball in play, bunted well, and we
Thursday against the winner of put pressure on Graceville and they made some
Chipley vs. Hamilton County. mistakes," Sneads coach Pat Jones said after
It's an opportunity that slipped the game. "We didn't really have any big hits or
through the Tigers' hands the big innings, but we just kept putting the ball in
last two 'seasons in devastat- play, running the bases, and putting pressure on
ing playoff losses to Chipley Graceville."
in 2012 and Holmes County in Sneads scored a run in the first inning, two in
2013, but thanks to Friday's win the third, and two more in the fourth to go up
they're back in Lakeland seeking 5-1.
a championship for the first time Graceville added a run in the fifth inning and
since 1999. had the chance to get much closer with the bases
"It feels like the monkey is fi- loaded and one out in the sixth, but the Tigers
nally off our backs," Malone were unable to capitalize and left all three run-
coach Steven Welch said after ners stranded.
the game.. "As a team and as Denny Elligson started on the mound for GHS
a program, it's great to finally andwent three innings before givingwayto Hud-
have the opportunity to go down son Forsyth, who went the final three innings.
there and see what we can do. I Tigers coach Bryant Hardy said he was happy
hope we can do more than this with how Elligson pitched, but the defense just
because we don't want this to didn't give enough support.
be the end of the road. We've got "Denny threw well, but we just didn't play de-
bigger dreams than this." fense behind him," he said. "We made too many
It was the third win over Pax- errors. We threw it around and kicked it around.
ton in four meetings for Malone We just did not play well defensively at all."
this season and the most deci- Graceville fell to 3-1 overall and 1-1 in district
sive, with Antwain Johnson and play.
Chai Baker combining for 41 Jared Padgett led the Tigers offensively with
points and the Tigers limiting the KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN two hits and an RBI, with Elligson adding a hit
Malone's Chai Baker (11) fights for rebound in a playoff game against Paxton on Friday and an RBI.
See MALONE, Page 2B night. The Tigers will next play Tuesday at home
against Blountstown, while the Pirates will host
Chipley on Tuesday.

VERNON ROLLS BY CHS gHih School Baseball

Tigers top Hornets for 1st win
Tigers scored five runs in the first
inning and never relinquished
the lead- to cruise to their first
victory of the young season,
beating the Cottondale Hornets
13-8 Thursday night.
The Tigers were coming off of
a pair of losses to Graceville and
Altha to start the year, struggling
to generate much offense in ei-
ther game.
But Malone got the bats going
Thursday with a big first inning,.
with Robert Orshall and Scott
Stephens making it 2-0 with back KRISTIE CLOUD/FLORIDAN
to back RBI singles off of Cotton- A Cottondale runner is tagged out a home plate by Malone on Thursday.
dale starter Justin Lipford, fol- that brought BT Johnson to the strikeouts.
lowed by a two-run double by plate and a bases-loaded walk "The first one is a big one," Ti-
Logan Smith and another RBI hit that scored Floyd putting the Ti- gers coach Max Harkrider said
from Josh Carr to make it 5-0. gers up 10-3 in the fifth. of the victory after the game.
KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN RobertOrshalladdedatwo-run Johnson picked up the win for "We've been struggling swing-
V ernon's McKenzie Faison slides into third in a home run to left field to make it Malone, starting on the mound ing it, but we had a better idea
it 7-1 Malone in the third inning, and going four innings and al- of what we wanted to do at the
game against Cottondale on Thursday night. with an RBI single by Harrison lowing five earned runs on five
V Vernon won the game 10-1. Floyd followed by a passed ball hits and five walks with five See TIGERS, Page 2B

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Sports Briefs Sneads Softball

_oA ILady Pirates take 2 more in Panama City
The Malone Tigers
will play in the 1A state BY DUSTIN KENT four in the bottom of the runs in the third against "She pitched real well," Westminster on Saturday
semifinals in Lakeland frame. Sneads starter Brooke Sneads coach Kelvin John- and while the 6-0 start
on Wednesday against Mikayla Hatcher was Williams, but the junior son said of Hussey."She got has been awfully impres-
Chiefland at 11 am. The victories keep pil- hit by a pitch pitcher kept the lead the into a little zone and was sive, Johnson cautioned
Central Time, followed ing up for the Sneads Lady a and scored remainder of the game, really just mowing them against his t6am get-
by Chipley vs. Ham- Pirates, who improved to on a passed giving up five hits and five down left and right, and ting too caught up in its
ilton County at 12:30 6-0 Friday night by taking ball for the walks while striking out our defense also played success.
p.m. two more wins at the Flor- first run, with two to get the win. real well." "We're real pleased and
The IA state title ida-Alabama Challenge in Alaynah Weiss and Shelbi The Lady Pirates won Williams led the offense the girls are real excited,
game will be Thursday Panama City Beach. Byler reaching on a hit and despite getting only three with three hits, while but it's still early in the
at 11 a-m. Sneads opened against a walk and scoring on a hits, with Grover leading Kristina Greene added a. season," he said. "The
7ATallahassee Lincoln and two-RBI double to left field the way with two and Weiss hit and an RBI, and Ash- good thing is that the two
High School took a 4-3 victory before by Casey Grover to make it adding one. ley Davis and Macken- pitchers we faced (Friday)
finishing up with a 4-0 win 3-0. In the second game of zie May each had a hit as were real good and we
bashall over 7A Fort Walton Beach. Grover scored the fourth the day, senior pitcher well. were able to put the ball in
Monday- Seminole Lincoln opened the first run on a passed ball to give Taylor Hussey dominated Weiss and Grover also play and didn't strike out
County at Malone, 5 game with a run in the the Lady Indians all the with a one-hit shutout in had RBI groundouts. that many times. I thought
p.m.. top of the first inning, but runs they needed. which she struck out five Sneads was scheduled we did real well. I was
Tuesday-Wewahi- Sneads answered with Lincoln scored two more and walked just one. to play Tavares and Miami pleased."
tchka at Cottondale,
4 and 6 p.m.; Chipley
at Sneads, 4 and 6:30 Ti it 10-5. hit into a force at second, I
p.m.; Blountstown at Tigers An RBI infield single by and then striking out Frank filn lans
Graceville, 4 and 6:30 From Page Thomas Lipford in the sixth, Huff.
p.m.; Marianna at rom Page 1B followed by an RBI single by Despite the loss, the Hor- From Page 1B
Walton, 6 p.m. plate tonight. Getting five Athey and a bases-loaded nets' second in as many and getting the ball in the right spots and when he
Thursday Sneads at in the first was huge. That's walk to Tyler Stephens, got games, first-year CHS did that his fastball got better and his velocity was
Altha, 6 p.m. what we wanted to do so BT the Hornets to within five coach Brian Braxton said he good all the way through.
F day -West Florida could relax and just throw with two outs. was happy with the resolve "He really just outmatched them tonight. He was
at Marianna, 6 p.m.; strikes." But Orshall, on in relief his players showed after the pretty dang good."
Central at Malone, 6 The Hornets had their for Johnson, got Justin Lip- slow start. Johnson has at times been critical of his team's
p.m.; Bay Haven at opportunities, however, ford to fly out to left field "I was proud that the inconsistency and defense despite its good record,
Cottondale, 4 and 6 with potentially big innings for the final out to leave the guys kept fighting," he said. but only lauded the Indians for their effort Friday.
p.m.; Sneads at We- being derailed by base-run- bases loaded and preserve "I saw a better level of in- "I was proud of our team. We played better," he
wahitchka, 4 and 6:30 ning mistakes in the third the lead. tensity than we've had this said. "We didn't make any errors, which is really
p.m. and fourth innings, but Orshall closed it out in season. We're making im- good for us because we've been scuffling defen-
Saturday Marianna they were able to get two the bottom of the seventh provements every day. We sively. We made all the plays and executed a little
at Houston Academy, runs in the fifth on a bases- after giving up a lead-off had some chances but just bit and Michael was dominating all night."
7 p.m. loaded walk to Thomas Lip- single to Austin Baxley, get- couldn't capitalize enough Chipola was scheduled to take on Gordon Col-
ford and a fielder's choice ting Wesley Spooner to fly to get all the way back in lege two more times on Saturday at Chipola
High School by Arron Athey to make out, Brandon Grambling to the game." Field.
Monday Graceville Mariaima Softball Marianna Baseball
at Cottondale, 4 and 6
p.m. Marianna's
STuesday -Mari- H Yasmine c u s
anna at Walton, 6p.m.; Bellamy is Cers crse
Chipley at Graceville, greeted by st. Lady Bulldogs
Thursday-Sneads coach Scott
Wiggins while
6 p.m.; Chipley at rounding third
Marianna, 4 and 6 base after
p.m.; Blouitstown at hitting her BY DUSTIN KENT nal 2 2/3 innings, giving up one
Graceville, 6 p.m. first career unearned run on three walks,
home run in a
Fiday Sneads at 10-0 win over two hits, and two strikeouts,
Blountstown, 4 and Pens la The Pensacola Catholic Cru- with James McGhee ending the
p.m.; Marianna atPort atholic on saders made a big early-sea- game in the bottom of the fifth
St Joe, 4 and 6 p..; Friday. son district statement Friday with an RBI single to score Evans
Cottondale at Altha, 6 night by taking an 11-1 win Bozeman.
p.m. SUBMITTED PHOTO over the Marianna Bulldogs in Marianna's only run of the game
Pensacola. came in the top of the fifth when
Chipola baseba Lady lank Catholic It was the 38th straight vic- Gray Gilmore walked and scored
.T....ans.. be La y Bulldogs b ala k Cathlo c tory for the Crusaders dat- on a fielder's choice by Trent
The Isi eendwillbe ing back. to the 2012 season, Nobles.
home thi ieekiend BY DUSTIN KENT of the team's 12 hits, with Reagan moving them to 3-0 this year Zane Gill started for Catholic
for four games against Oliver going 3-for-4 with a dou- and dropping the Bulldogs to and pitched two scoreless, hitless
Grand Rapids starting ble, two RBI, and two runs, and 1-2. innings with two strikeouts to get
witha doubleheader, The Marianna Lady Bulldogs Baylee Childs going 2-for-3 with CatholicdominatedFridayfrom the win, with Jacob Knorr going
Friday at I and 4 p.m., bounced back from a 7-6 loss to an RBI. the outset, scoring six runs in the the final three innings and allow-
and again Saturday at 1 Chipley on Thursday night by Kayleigh Temples started in the first inning and four in the third ing one earned run on four hits,
I fand 4p.m. going to Pensacola and picking circle and went all five innings to off of Marianna starter Hayden two walks, and five strikeouts.
up their first district win of the get the win, allowing no hits and Hurst. Wehby led the Crusaders of-
Chipo0la S |ba season, knocking off the Pensac- just one walk while striking out It was a rocky start for Hurst, fensively, going 2-for-3 with a
The Lady Indiansgo ola Catholic Lady Crusaders 10-0 three. who walked Brandon Lock- run and two RBIs, while Henry
on the road Wednes- in five innings. Marianna coach Scott Wiggins ridge and hit Gavin Wehby be- had a hit and three RBIs and
day to face Alabama The win improved Marianna said he was much happier with fore giving up a three-run home McGhee had a hit and two
Southern for a double- to 4-4 overall and 1-1 in District the team's effort Friday than he run to Cody Henry in the first RBIs.
header at I and 3p.m., 1 competition, as the Lady Bull- was in Thursday's sloppy, error- inning. Reid Long had two hits to lead
and will return home dogs evened their league mark filled loss to Chipley. After errors allowed two more the Bulldogs, with Tyler Colson
Saturday to take on after losing their opener to West "We played much better to- runs to come home, Wesley Pow- and Kody Bryan also adding hits
'Faulkner State at 2 and Florida on Feb. 14. night all the way around," he ell drove in the last run of the in- for MHS.
4 p.m. Alli-Ann Bigale set the tone for said. "We swung the bat better ning with an RBI single to make
.... the Lady Bulldogs by taking the and the defense played well. We it 6-0.
Kiwani s Club gol f first pitch of the game over the had one error on a fly ball, but The third inning featured two
fence for a solo home run, pav- other than that we just played more walks and two more errors / ...
i tOf liaHf: ing the way for a three-run first like we're capable of playing and by Marianna to allow the Cru- / \
IThei 25th annual inning, which was followed by you see the results." saders blow the game open, with
Graceville Kiwanis three more in the second, three The Lady Bulldogs will be back Hurst leaving the game after sur- \ \ \
.Club McRae-Knight more in the third, and another in in district competition Tuesday rendering 10 runs -four earned \ \ .
IMemorial golftour- the fifth to win the game on the with a road game against Walton -on six hits, two walks and one
hnamentwillbeheld 10-runnrule. before hosting a rematch with strikeout.
March8atDogwood Yasmine Bellamy also hom- Chipley on Thursday and going Walker Roberts came on in re- JGFLICODAN COMv
akes CountryClub in ered for Marianna and had two to Port St. Joe on Friday. lief for MHS and pitched the fi- -J______ DA____ OM
The four-person
team scramble wi alone heartbroken anymore," he ton answered with back to with 15 points, with Moore at noon eastern as well.
start 8 a.m. Team IVI O said. "It feels real good. Me back three-pointers from and ZacVarnum each scor- "I've dreamed about it
.przeswill be awarded From page 1B and (Johnson) have been William Anderson and An- ing 11. a couple of times," Baker
for first, second and rom PagelB together a long time, but it drew Howell. Malone tips with Chief- said ofplayingin Lakeland.
thirdplaces. explosive Bobcats to a sea- feels good for all of us." But Johnson turnedit on land at noon eastern time, "I know it's gonna be some
;Therewillalsobea son-low 43 points. While Baker and John- late in the half after a slow followed by Chipley/Ham- bright lights and a great
Longest Drive Contest Johnson led all scorers son did their part scoring, start to the game, scor- ilton County, with the title atmosphere. I can't wait to
and Closest to the Pin with 22 points, while Baker the game was won for the ing seven of nine Malone game tipping off Thursday get down there."
Contests. put in 19 before leaving the Tigers at the defensive end points in the final 2:49,
SThe entry Fee is game with five minutes where they held the Bob- including a three-pointer
$50 andlunchwillbe left in the fourth quarter cats to 43 points after giv- with 12 seconds on the
provided.Proceeds with back spasms and not ing up 91 in the previous clock to put the Tigers up
from the annual golf returning, home game against Pax- 34-24 at the break.
tournament will The duo have led the ton on Dec. 9 and limited Paxton pulled to within s m y
benefit the Graceville charge for the Tigers all the starting backcourt of five at 38-33 after a basket WOul Ld l8 10 WelCOme
SKiwanis Club's special season and will now get the Graham Stewart and Aus- by Desmond Moore and
projects and scholar- chance to display their tal- tin Carnley to three total a driving reverse layup by Doiglas
Iship programs, ents on the biggest stage, points-21 belowtheir sea- Anderson with 3:03 in the 9
SEntry forms can be "It feels great. It's inde- son average, third, but the Tigers again "B6 e" 99r b bs
picked upatPeoples scribable," Johnson said. "The bottom line was had the answer with a 9-0 D W t ll
Bank of Graceville. "It feels better now be- our defensive intensity. It's run that featured six more
For more informa- cause the last two years all we talked about coming points from Johnson, in- He would like to invite
tion contact Derek people thought we would in," Welch said. "I couldn't cluding a thunderous a f 1 fed
Chadwell at 850-326- be there, but this year be prouder of the effort." dunk in transition to make allfamily, 'friends &
3961 or Dick Wheatley we came in more as the On the offensive end of it 47-33. new customers
*at850-415-3146. underdog." the court, the senior Baker The Bobcats never got to come by
)!i ^ -For Baker, the losses provided the spark early closer than 12 in the fourth & see
Sii teIHB to Chipley and Holmes on, connecting on a jump- quarter, as Malone made him tod
.... a County served as motiva- er and a three-pointer to 6-of-7 free throws and got him today.
SSend all sports items to tion and fuel for the team start the second quarter key buckets from Alonze & j, or fax to not suffer the same fate to give the Tigers an 18-11 Bailey and Taqualan Bre-
them to 850-482-4478. The again. lead. love to salt the game away.
is ma0sn ads Forid p. "The last two years we Another triple by Baker Bailey finished with nine *
Box 520 Marianna, FL32447. were heartbroken, but we made it 25-16 with five points for Malone, while .
decided we wouldn't be minutes to half before Pax- Anderson led the Bobcats


College Basketball


Miami past

FBoston College

The Associated Press surge and gave Miami a
41-28 lead.
CORAL GABLES- -Rion Miami later scored eight
Brown scored 22 points unanswered points be-
to lead Miami to a 69-42 hind Lecomte's consecu-
win over Boston College tive layups and Brown's
on Saturday. 3-pointer. Swoope's dunk
Brown shot 8 of 14 with 8:44 remaining end-
from the field and made ed the run and increased
four 3-pointers for Mi- the Hurricanes' lead to
ami (14-13, 5-9 Atlantic 53-36.
Coast Conference). Erik Brown's fast-break
Swoope tied a career layup off a steal with
high with 14 point, while 4:50 remaining gave
Manu Lecomte and Gar- the Hurricanes their
rius Adams had 11 and 10 first 20-point lead at
points, respectively. 60-40.
The Hurricanes opened Patrick Heckmann
the second half with a scored 15 points but was
14-6 spurt and increased held to. two points in the
a five-point halftime ad- second half for Boston
vantage to 13 for their College (7-20, 3-11).
first double-digit lead. The Eagles, who de-
Brown's jumper with feated No. 1 Syracuse on
14:08 remaining capped Wednesday, have lost six
soe 2the early second half of their last seven.

Games 27points
Florida guard Scottie Wilbekin (5) attempts a shot as Mississippi forward Anthony Perez (13) defends during the game in a
Oxford, Miss., on Saturday. leads G eorgia to w in

No 2 Florida tops M ississippiThe Associated Press South Carolina (10-17,
3-11) was looking for a
N o 2ih F lo rid COLUMBIA, S.C. -mo t third consecutive home
Kenny Gaines had a ca- win. But the Gamecocks
The Associated Press The Gators could very in the SEC tournament offensively to win. Frazier reer-high 27 points and missed their first 16 shots
well be the No. 1 team championship adding a and Wilbekin made back- Georgia bounced back of the half as Georgia
OXFORD, Miss. -Scottie in the country when the memorable Gator Chomp to-back 3s to push the Ga- from its first loss in three took control. A frustrat-
Wilbekin scored 18 points, new polls are released motion as the Rebels end- tors ahead 54-51 with 13:58 weeks with a 73-56 vic- ed coach Frank Martin
Michael Frazier II added on Monday. The cur- ed up winning 66-63. remaining, tory over South Carolina earned a technical foul
17 and No. 2 Florida rallied rent No. 1 Syracuse lost And it was quickly appar- The Rebels stayed in on Saturday. for yelling at official C.J.
to beat Mississippi 75-71 on Wednesday to Boston ent on Saturday that the the game thanks to a big The Bulldogs (15-11, Washington.
on Saturday. College. 6-foot-2 guard was feeling second half from Antho- 9-5 Southeastern Con- Freshman Sindar-
The Gators (25-2, 14-0 Ole Miss badly needed good again. He hot 7 of 14 ny Perez and Summers. ference) had their four- ius Thornwell had
Southeastern Conference) a quality win for its me- from the field including Perez made a layup to tie game league win streak 18 points to lead the
extended their school-re- diocre NCAA tournament 5 of 11 from 3-point range the game at 59 with 8:01 stopped against Tennes- Gamecocks.
cord winning streak to 19 resume and played like a as the two teams fought remaining. see this past Tesday. In The Bulldogs put things
games. Ole Miss (16-11, 7- desperate team for much to an entertaining 42-all tie But Florida wouldn't be this one, they broke up away with a strong run
7) has lost four in a row. of the afternoon. But the byhalftime. denied. Wilbekin stole a game tied at half with a out of the break.
Florida survived a hot Gators steadily put the The Gators' vaunted de- the ball on the next pos- 16-1 run to start the sec- Brandon Morris started
start from the Rebels' Rebels away with quality fense, which is easily the session and passed down ond period. the surge with a three-
Marshall Henderson, who offensive possessions late best statistically in the the court to Patric Young, Gaines had five 3- point play and Thornton
scored 22 points in the in the second half. SEC, had few answers for who finished with a dunk. pointers and surpassed added four points. By the
first half but was then held Florida had to survive Henderson early. He made Casey Prather made a his previous high of 22 time Nemanja Djurisic
scoreless. Jarvis Summers Henderson's barrage in the several difficult shots with 10-foot jumper on the points set earlier this sea- nailed a 3-pointer, Geor-
added 20 points for Ole first half to win. a hand in his face. next possession and son against Alabama. gia was ahead 50-35 and
Miss. It's not the first time It didn't last. the Gators never trailed Marcus Thornton add- cruising.
The game was tied at 59 Henderson has had a big Henderson cooled off in again. ed 12 points and 10 re- South Carolina could
with eight minutes left, but moments against the Ga- the second half missing Young added 12 points bounds for Georgia, his not answer back as the
Florida scored the next six tors. He scored 21 points all six of his shot attempts and five rebounds for the third double-double this Bulldogs eventually built
points to take control. against Florida last season and Florida did enough Gators. season. a 21-point lead.



Big Buck Contest
A O0 Beast Huntin Buddy Camo Golf Cart
Conte (Retail Value $4,999")
Trophy Mount from Tanya with Outdoor
Addiction in Alford, FL (Retail Value $350)
2nd Place Prize Hoyt Carbon Element Compound Bow ($1,39999 Value) 3rd, Place Prize Hoyt CRX 35 Compound Bow ($79999 Value)
4th Place Prize Maui Jim Sunglasses (up to $200 Value) 5th Place Prize $150 McCoys Gift Card

Contest Rules
Entry must be a Florida Whitetail Deer. Deadline for entries is March 2nd, 2014.
The whole deer must be brought to McCoy's to qualify for the contest. All FBR score sheets must be submitted to McCoy's by March 9, 2014.
The highest grossed scored deer will determine the winner. No entry fee required.
Each entry is required to provide an official' signed FBR score sheet.
Winners will be announced on March 11, 2014 and be published in the Jackson County Floridan on March 16, 2014.
Weekly entries will run in the Jackson County Floridan or go to to see all entries
Each photo will be placed on our braggin' board located at McCoy's.
Enter at McCoy's Outdoors 2823 Jefferson St. Marianna, FL 850-526-2921



O do 5) Ba-Zin-Ga 48.5-47.5
Outdoors 6) James Gang 47.5-48.5
MONDAY NIGHT HI ROLLERS 7) Oak Creek Honey Bees 45-51
8) Deadwood 41.5-54.5
Team Standings 9) Brantley's Bunch 38-58
BIRD BRAINED 10) El Rio 32-64
) Mr' D\WyL High Team Hdcp. Game: X Men 1081
BR -R A I N 21) Mary's Day Care 55.5-40.5 High Team Hdcp. Series: X Men 2991
12) Marianna Office Supply 545-415 High Game Scratch: Dale Reynolds 212; Lynn & Ed Pit-
3) #1 5145 tman 259
4) Adams Funeral Home 46-50 High Series Scratch: LuAnn 535; Jason 740
5) Trouble 37.5-58.5
B irding is a lot like True, birding isn't a par- 6) Fly by Night 19.5-42.5 WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED
baseball in that it ticularly macho pastime. High Team Hdcp. : sDay are 2052 Tea ings
can be a game of My best birding buddies High Game: Betty Russell 186; Marvin Dukes 243 W-L
wHigh Series: Betty Russell 510; Tom Arnold 582 1) Smith's Supermarket 63.5-28.5
peaks and valleys. Toward are my mother and her Special Pick Up: Joe Klingensmith 3-9-10 2) Big Lots 53-39
the end of last Decem- nextdoor neighbor Renea. TUESDAY MORNING COFFEE LEAGUE ) Hump Day 52-40
ber, two birding buddies The three of us spend a Team Standings 5) Kindel Awards 49-43
and I took a one-day trip great deal of time discuss- Feb.18 6) 2 Sair of rey 4-47
to the northeast Florida ing such things as spring 1) Verizon 66-34 8) Marianna Wash & Wax 44-48
coast and experienced BoblMCrne ay and fall migration pat- 2) Gazebo 65.5-34.5 9) Whiskey Throttle 42-50
raat n es TOutdoors Columnist a drfleigluman pat- 3) Downhome Dental 64-36 10) Kindel Pro Shop 40-52
great success. Though Outdoors Columnist terns, vexing plumage pat- 4) Kindel Awards 61.5-38.5 11) EJ Sound Machine 34-58
5) James & Sikes 50-50 12) James Gang 31-61
we missed seeing a rare long drive and money's terns, and the minute dif- ) Jims Buffet & Grill 49-51 High Team Hdcp. Series: James Gang 2816
snowy owl, the great tight, but, hey, it's closer ferences between Carolina 7) Pacers 45-55 High Team Hdcp. Game: Big Lots 989
8) Family Dentistry 43-57 High Game Scratch: Ashlee Walker 206; Jay Roberts 258
black-backed gulls, snow than Newfoundland. Off and Black-capped chicka- 9) Marianna Animal Hospital 38-62 High Series Scratch: Amie Kain 52067; Jay Roberts 671
buntings, harlequin duck, I go. dees. We do spend more High Game: Ouda Brooks 199; Brian Ouzts 224LEAGUE
High Series: LuAnn 528; Brian Ouzts 624 CHIPOLA MEN'S LEAGUE
and purple sandpiper we Mid afternoon, Welaka time and money than we High Team Game: Kindel Awards 925 Team Standings
found made the hurried, National Fish Hatchery. probably should chas- High Team Series: Jims Buffet & Grill 2645 eb. 20
otherwise exhaustive jour- Gulls galore. All the wrong ing warblers, sparrows, TUESDAY NIGHT MIXED1) Craptastic 58-42
ney seem no more strenu- "flavors." No big deal. titmice, and buntings all Tea Standings ) RTFB 5-4
ous than a ride around the The black-headed is be- over creation. We'll never W-L 4) Southern Style Stucco 54-46
1) We're Back 63-33 5) Ricoh 54-46
block ing seen during morning make the front cover of 2) Backwoods Bowlers 57-39 6) Kindel Lanes Pro Shop 51-49
The streak was on. hours. That very morning, "Field and Stream" for 3) X-Men 55.5-40.5 7) The Cripples 42-58
4) Jason's Crew 52-44 8) Vengeance 32-68
January was bird-nerd in fact. By everyone in successfully identifying-44 8) Vengeance 3-68
amazing. One rare avian attendance. A good night's a white-breasted nut-
species after another fell sleep in Palatka, an early hatch or yellow-headed
"victim" to my binoculars awakening, and voila! The blackbird. F fth ot
and spotting scope. Early bird would be mine. On the other hand, we're
February was no different. Strike two. Another just as exhausted from Lake Seminole slow as well.. Catfish are fair to good
Two rare hummingbirds, wicked curve ball. a five-mile backcountry Bass fishing is slow and Lake Eufaula on lake flats and in
another gull species and I was loath to leave trek in search of vermilion the water is quite stained. Bass fishing is goodeeper creek areas.
one off-course Western Welaka, but couldn't spare flycatchers as is the hunter Wherever clear water can Bass g is good. Bream fishing remains
tanager found their way another day. Disappoint- who seeks his trophy buck be found, try swimming Early morning fishing in very slow.
onto my life list. I was fired ment notwithstanding, in a remote out-of-the- worms in or near lily pad rip-rap and similar rocky Lake Andrews/
up and highly motivated, there was a nice consola- way creek swamp. We're patches or shallow grass. stproductive of late. The Chattahoochee River
Then came the past two tion prize in Gainesville. just as muddy as the most In the stained water, try crankbait bite in these The river along this
weeks, a span that brought A rare Bullock's oriole was intrepid duck hunter and shallow crankbaits near crankbait bite in these The river along this
home the legendary Buck using a feeder in a sub- just as wet as the wettest sandbars and spawning areas is paying dividends, stretch is high, muddy,
O'Neil's famous baseball urban backyard and the trophy trout angler. And coves. Stop-and-start slow and virtually unfishable
admonition, "Don't get too homeowner was gracious- you'll never convince me Crappies have shal- retrieves are recom- for now. A few dienard
damn cocky." ly inviting birders to drop that catching the most lowed up and are moving mended. Carolina-rigs anglers are making an
It began with a bar- by and take a look. How elusive fish or bagging the toward shoreline struc- and slowly fished jigs effort with little suc-
tailed godwit, a European fortuitous. It was right on most elusive game species ture. The stained water are also recommended cess at present. Condi-
subspecies of shorebird my way. is any more challenging or and fluctuating depths, on points and in deeper tions should improve as
almost unheard of in Strike three. Two hours frustrating than identify- however, have made the hard structurome rocks th e atherand water condi-
North America. Wonder of of constant vigil and no ing a sparrow or warbler bite very slow at present. and wood in some of the tions stabilize.
wonders, there was one in bird. Mighty Casey whiffed that insists on staying just Bream activity has deeper creek areas.
Pinellas County, Florida. again. No joy in Mudville. two or three feet out of slowed drastically over Crappies have im- Generation schedules, pool levels,
What a score that would "You're an idiot," said clear binocular range. the past week or so. proved a bit. Night fish-f and other such information for
be. Easy to find, too. a friend. "All that money Nerds? Oh yeah. Guilty Catfish have shown the bridges Ir under some o by calling toll-free 1-888-771-4601.
Dozens of birders were and gas you waste chasing as charged. some signs of life, but the fish sizes are good. Use Follow the recorded instructions
seeing it. birds. I don't get it." And as for my recent catfishingis presently fsh sizes are good. Use and access the touch-tone for the
Strike one. Two and a "Maybe," I replied, rash of birding disap- live minnows. Apalachicola River System.
half days and 20-plus "I do feel kinda foolish pointments, I'm just about
hours of looking yielded sometimes. On the other over them. I'm going out
nothing. To inake matters hand, didn't you fly up to this morning as soon as
worse, the bird was spot- Saskatchewan last season I get my britches on. I'm
ted again the day after I hoping to nail one of known to bird under most Elliott, Labonte
arrived back home. Alas! those trophy whitetails conceivable conditions. nominated for Hall 9
Take heart, o' dejected and come home empty However, nekkid ain't one of Fame A
one! There's a black-head- handed?" of 'em.
ed gull near Palatka. Pretty "Touche'," he conceded. Yet. DAYTONA BEACH
Bill Elliott and Terry
Labonte, a pair of Cup
Wt*i OyOWmpics: HocPIkey, champions, are among
the first-year eli-
Finland routs US for bronze NASCARHal ofFame. f
Drivers Mike Stefanik
The Associated Press and Buddy Baker,, and
engine builder and
SOCHI, Russia Teemu team owner Robert
Selanne scored two goals Yates also were selected
and Tuukka Rask had a for nomination in their
27-save shutout, helping first year. The honorees
Finland rout the United were announced at
States 5-0 Saturday to win Daytona International
hockey bronze at the Sochi Speedway on Friday by
Games. a 22-person committee
Selanne, a 43-year-old, a of representatives from
six-time Olympian, and all over NASCAR.
Jussi Jokinen scored 11 Mark Martin failed
seconds apart early in piv- to make the bal-
otal second period after a lot in his first year of
scoreless first. The Finns eligibility.
had three goals in the third The Associated Press
against a team that looked
like it would rather be at -

med als in the last five Olym- USA defenseman Justin Faulk and forward Joe Pave ski react believ
pics, more than any other as Finland celebrates a goal during the men's bronze medal ice ........... sp ak, speak6.6. Fre
nation in the NHL era. hockey game at the 2014 Winter Olympics on Saturday. "The churches oof Christ "If Ony o spek, let him spek as
Before the third-place with 20 seconds to play and the Finns' bench threw a greet you
match became a rout in hugged two teammates on slew of white sheets paper Romans 16:16 the oracles of God." 1 Peter 4:11
the final period, it was a the bench before leaping high into the air, the team Elders: (KJV)
game of missed opportu- back over the boards at the gathered around Rask's net Benny Carr
nities for the Americans. final buzzer. for a jubilant celebration David Register "Let the Bible speak" about ....Salvation.
Patrick Kane couldn't While someone behind of their latest medals. Raymond Chapman
convert on a penalty shot Jim Swails Many have asked the question, What must I do to be
in each of the first two perin- saved? Some say there is no need to do anything. Others
ods for the U.S. He missed Deacons ae onc the s od o o h t
the net to the right on his Michael McLean may say you must 'say ao sinners prayer'. But what does the
first one-on-one duel and James Pelham Bible say?
hit the right crossbar on Glenn Hoff Well, we know it says that God loves you, and because
his second. Donnie Hall He loves you and because of His wonderful grace, He sent
The Americans wasted Henry Drouillard His Son to die for you (John 3:16; Eph. 2:8). We know that
a chance to earn medals Minister: Jesus is the only way to heaven: John 14:6 states: 'Jesus
in consecutive Olympic Tom Bowling said to him, 'I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No
hockey tournaments for 850-482-2605 office one comes to the Father except through me." Scripture also
the first time since win- 850-372-4137 home states that if you don't believe that Jesus is the Son of God,
ning gold in 1960 and and that He died and rose the third day, you will die in your
silver in 1956. 4448 River Road sins (John 8:34). If you do believe that Jesus is the Son
Finland, meanwhile, took Marianna, FL 32446 of God, the Bible says that you must confess it before man
advantage of two power Phone: 850482-2605 (Matt. 10:32-33). In believing and confessing that, you are

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Annie's IVIailbox Horoscopes Entertainment Brief
Dear Annie: I was married for 30 years May, and the last time I saw my daugh- PISCES (Feb. 20-March Lawsuit charges The lawsuit was filed
to a man I loved deeply. I know very well ter was in March when I hosted a baby 20) -Travel and edu- Sony cheated 'Idol' Thursday by 19 Record-
he is not perfect (who is?) and saw him shower. cation should take top ings, a music company
struggle to control his temper and sharp She and her boyfriend don't believe in priority today. Delve Winners founded by "Idol" cre-
tongue. He had a schizophrenic father God. I asked them whether they would into difficult cultures or NEWYORK A fed- ator Simon Fuller.
and an alcoholic mother. They divorced bless the child, but they became angry, attend a conference that eral lawsuit filed in New The lawsuit says 19
when he was about 10, and he bounced She is really breaking my heart. I can't offers food for thought York charges that Sony discovered the royalty
from foster home to foster home. He believe she is so evil. What can I do to regarding future projects. Music Entertainment issue from two separate
slept in alleys and ate from garbage cans. resolve this? ARIES (March 21 -April cheated "American Idol" audits of Sony's records.
He was deeply loving, fiercely protec- Dear Grandma: People who are deeply 19) -Your confident contestants includ- Other artists named
tive and faithful. He had compassion for religious often do not understand how and easygoing nature ing Kelly Clarkson and in the suit include Clay
the downtrodden and often gave away offensive their religious demands are to will attract an interest- Carrie Underwood out Aiken, Chris Daughtry
food, clothing and money to the less for- people who do not share their beliefs. By ing friendship. Consider of at least $10 million in and Jordin Sparks.
tunate. I loved his heart of "pure mush," asking your daughter to bless the child, teaching or lecturing royalties. From wire reports
as he put it. you were showing disrespect for her and about a skill at which you Answer to Previous Puzzle
Unfortunately, my family only saw his her boyfriend. We know you strongly have excelled. ACROSS 51 Henson
quick temper and said he was only using disagree with their approach to raising TAURUS (April 20-May 1 %dings 53 Like NOIOK FAR LII S
me for my money. He always worked, their child, but it is not your decision to 20) This is not a good 5 Top digit polyester T WEET LY E 0
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things he did. you can be trusted not to undermine her relatives or friends whom 14Zodiac sign party attire C I SR L L
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and received no condolences whatso- time. 16 Detours elegantly HS RATTY
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Wit Another 2) Some o coe 20OGauges doily S_ O N T T Y
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intent on degrading him in front of our Man," the foolish married woman who to you will be demand- also-ran in gray ESP T
mutual friends and me. These are people has reconnected with an old flame. I, too, ing. Take precautions to 22 Notice 62Vitality 17 Kitchen 38 Feast
who claim they care about me, but I had an overly close relationship with a ensure that you aren't no-no DOWN strainer with poi
wonder. Why won't they let the man rest man despite a perfectly good marriage. taken for granted. You 26Cargo 1 In that case ar ofaparn Gobstruct
in peace and leave me with my loving Circumstances in my life made me emo- can nurture important haulers (2 wds.) 24Oohed statuette
memories, instead of trying to justify tionally fragile, and "the other man" set relationships without be- 33 Cartoon ome 25 Plaid ti46Showery
their apparent hostility? He's dead now off sparks that had only vaguely smol- ing used. chipmunk 3 Groovy wearers 47 Redhead's
and can't aggravate them anymore. How dered in the marital day-to-day. Long CANCER (June 21-July weapon 4 Pressure 27PFCmail tint
can I get them to stop? conversations with a counselor made me 22) Don't punish 35 Kind of 6 Wall 28 Toshiba 48 Cabinet
STILL LOVING MY ONE AND ONLY realize that "the other man" had all sorts yourself by obsessing radio climber 28competitor 49 Hindu
of traits that would be repugnant to me about the past. There is 3 Fall mo 7 Touch of 29 Adjust a prince
Dear Still:You have to tell them and if it weren't for the excitement and the nothing you can do to 40 Ballet 8 rost watch 50 Sdc'y
make it stick. If your relatives begin deni- romance of the fling, and I eventually change what has already 41 Listumlessne cl Srof 30 cam-s for criesn
grating your late husband, respond with: found my way back to the man I married, happened. Look forward, 43 In style 9 '.'Born Free" campus usually
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someone I loved. It makes my grieving advice and does the same. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) nursemaid 10 36opposite 55 Steal from
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or cry. Simply make your statement, and routine. Fend off bore-
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NEE D I BU A Ready soon Multi-Poos, Chihuahua & Chorkles. Horse Boarding
NEEDED I BUY SEALED/ $1o0.150. 334-718-97s (barn or pastures)
Companion, schedule your day! UNEXPIRED BOXES i eautiful Trails
I clean houses, will transort t UNEXPIRED BOXES Yorkshire Terrier: AKC reg 5 mo. old male pup. Excellent Care
appointments, shopping your car or mine. CALL BOB (334) 219-4697 Shots & wormed. Genuinely loves people esp Call 334-791-0023 or 334-791-7312
kids. Incl: Puppy apartment, doggie pads, 3 pet
14 Yrs Exp. / great ref. OR (850) 710-0189 beds, & travel kennel $425. 334-333-5479.
possible live-in option r I S D &
SCill Dee 713-405-9828 FAR ER'S MARKET
4 House Cleaning Days and I will sit & take Dothan Home Depot 7.,I, ;F H P UTREES
care of your loved one at night "Do it Herself" workshop TRE
in all locations. 11 yrs. exp. 12 ft.tall 30 al.
Ref. avail. 334-446-3923. Good Rates. 6:30pm to 8:00pm GREEN FROZEN PEANUTS container
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CEMETERFebruary20t LT & 850-352-4423 '" $49.95 ea. 10 or
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Family Plots of4in Memory Hill Cemetery Wanted: ld Coins, Gold, 'tI s Cherry Laurel & Magnoliast
"Garden of Chimes" $800. Ea. 334-899-8564 West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-671-1440. l* 334-692-3695

Couch and loveseat $500. 850-693-4657 ,
GREEN ACRES FARM OPEN Sat March starnegie XL Jupiter flute. Sterling silver
Fishing Saturdays Only March-April-May Flute: Carnegie XL Jupiter flute. Sterling silver
Channel Catfish $2 Ibs Overtocked plated. $350. 334-618-1312 Buying Pine/ Hardwood in
Hrs. 6am 5 pm (no licence req.) Recliner leather swivel $100. Couch microfiber, y:I area.
(spring fed & delicious) side loungers $175. misc. $5-$10. 850-263-1039
Buffalo Meat Healthy 0 Wtractto0 small Custominmnig
(Tender & delicious) Roper Dryer Good Condition,.White, $100.
Lunch Specials 850-594-3000.
Buffalo, Chili DogsPea River Timber
4 mi. E. of Slocomb on Co. Rd. 28 Tires New, Delta Majestic P205/75 R14 inch.
CALL 334-797-4415 Call 899-5102 or 899-3843 Ivm. HOME GROWN. FRESH
Treadmill $50. Ab-circle $25. Stepper $25. H o U To at os
850-693-3907. $M P O Mo
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5 ngts, 6 days. 5 shows Elvis Presley home & Call 899-5102 or 899-3843 Ivm. IO. N LAIM*AliNlTENNC
museum & more March 30 / April 4,2014 VCR Toshiba $60. Thermostat C/H/A $30. All Farm Fresh!
Historc City Tour, Citadel & Fort Sumter, Rug hand made wool 7x12 $100. Fireplace used 220 W. Hwy 52 Malvern Professional Service and Parts Advisor
Historc City Tour, Citadel & can heat $300. Stained glass fireplace screen needed in our busy automotive shop.
MaTrolley 22-25, 2014Lady & more $130. 850-526-4264. 334-793-6690 Excellent pay and benefits,
Tropical Costa Rica 8 nghts, 9 days experience required,
San Jose, Monteverde Lake Arenal Cruise PETS & ANIMALS s end resume to:
August 2-10, 2014 & moreX 1 4)- P.O. Box 942 MariannaFL 32447
Nova Scotia, Sydney, Halifax Prince Edward 2012 Titon #9 Hay l ... *
Island, 14 nghts, 15 days 7-ngt cruise AKC Chocolate Lab Puppies for sale! Beauti- ne wrapnp $5 Hay
September 9-23, 2014 & more full! Ready for their homes on 02/27/14. $350 arge net wrapped rolls $25.
For information Merita Stanley (850)594-9980 including 1st puppy shot, wormed, and Vet Kendall Cooper Call: Drivers: Home EVERY Weekend,
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Rally /Agility Intro. $75. or 334-775-3749 Ext. 102
m- Shots required 04 -_ Dental Office seeking motivated, team player
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REAL ESTATEFOR RN JEEP, 2006 Rubicon, 44,000 miles, loaded with
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1/1 Free water, sewer, garbage, laundry s- Sun Tracker 24-DL Pontoon I' I -
& basic cable. $500. mo 850-592-4793 r .... board Model E 90 TL CEM, Toyota 2010 Tacoma SR5
Clinton S efficiency, deck table, fold-up ladder, White, 2 wheel drive, 4 door
Clinton St. teficiency, utilities ci, NO PETS new battery. Trailer not included. Older model V6, tow package, new tires,
S95.other roomsfor $350 72733RENT but it looks good and runs great. $4,500. Lake Excellent condition. 46,000
,t h Seminole south of Donalsonville, GA on Rt. 374. miles. $23,300. 334-693-4987 or 796-5919
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RL Cedar Creek Apartments 1BR/1BA $500 229-515-7600. WANTEDI.i A S* --
WilliamS Brothers Trucking Inc. AppI, lawn care & pest control included.
Hosford & Cottondale, FL Locations Must be 62 or older or disabled. Call 850-352- TRANSPORTATION CALL FOR TOP PRICE
Now accepting applications for 3878 or email .1,
Driver applicants must be at least 25 years 1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna 1 Chevrolet 2004 Trailblazer I ALSO SELL USED PARTS
old with (2) years verifiable driving 2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own LT. Red, 4WD, PS, PW, PDL 24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664
experience; No major violations within the Lot rent included. For details with remote. 4.2 L6 275 HP 24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664
past 36 months; clean criminal 4 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4= engine. Good MPG, cold ... '
background for the previous 15 years. 3br/2.5ba 2400 sq. ft. home, fenced back yard, AC. Looks, runs and drives Got a Clunker
WBT has over 20 locations in the southeast detached garage w/ office, in-ground pool, great $6,995. Call owner 334-671-3059. We'll be your Junker!
region, so we are here to stay & are looking pets w/approval in Indian Springs $1400. mo + *. i We buy wrecked cars "
for drivers with the same commitment. dep. Call 850-526-8426 Serious Inquiries only. A and Farm Equip. at a
We pay by the mile with monthly bonuses Austin Tyler & Co 1993 50. Convertible fair and honest price!
For more information or to apply please Quality Homes & Apartments Triple Black, 5sp. AC, PL, : $250 & Complete Cars
call 912-375-777 and ask for April. 4 850- 526-3355 or PW, PS, CC 94,020 mi. CALL 334-714-6285
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" $4900. OBO 334-397-4881 L. CALL 334-714-685 j
LEASE-WITHO P TIO TO BUY 2006 Nissan Sentra 4-door Sedan, 93,751 miles, r ---------------------------------
27 mpg, good cond. tan int. & ext. auto-trans, We buy Wrecked Vehicles
".. This cute little building power steering, AM/FM stereo, rear spoiler &
V 2Sjust south of US 90 i cold AC $4800. 850-2092502 Running or not
2 Uu. Ibetween Caledonia and Antique Chevorlet 1974 Malibu 350 engine runs Lor 344-7914714
McPherson Sts for sale good, heat & air works good, needs carpet
T ra ins or lease once again! work. $2800. 334-405-5308
Trainees New CH&A system to help keep your energy : GOT BAD CREDIT? WE WILL BUY YOUR AR
Scosts down. No need to be stuck in a strip $99. RIDE TODAY Oiii UTRIG
mall. Have your own office/business build- Already filed TaxesUTR T
N EEDED NO W~ : ing. Surprising loW low market rates. $69,900 : Call Steve Pope Today iRegardlesi s of year, make, model, we have
: James M. (Robby) Roberts Jr., Broker 334-803-9550 mllons of dollars on hand to u good
Learn to drive for Prudential Jim Roberts Realty OW Repo pass bankruptcy
SSLOW CREDIT OK SSI & VA OK We Are On The Coast But Worth The Drive,
Werner Enterprises 850-482-4635 Ext. 207 & reputable,& we an give you a fair price
Earn $800 per week L .... .................. Lexus2007RX350 Silver in color, new tires, sun ppraisalin 15 minutes
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No experience needed 2/1 elec. heat & air in Alford $380. mo + dep. carl04K miles, exc. cond. $14,000. 334-791-9407
850-579-8882/850-209-1664 Lincoln/Mercury Tracer 1991 with 44K miles |
Local CDL Training 2/1 14 ft. elec, heat & air. Alford on Mill Rd. original miles, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue
job ready in 15 days! $450. mo. & dep. 850-573-1851 matalic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-701-0010. ILE N11TICES
S 2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. Mustang 2000 Saleen Convertible, V-8, 5 speed,
1-888.-68 2198 $500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included, black, Borla Exht. Must See very nice LF160390
Only $57. to turn on power 8502098847 4 Nissan 2007 Sentra S. Red, 4cyl, AT, All Power. SURPLUS PROPERTY SALE INVITATION TO BID
GENERAL EMPLOY E 2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes runs & drives great $7000. 334-797-7420 The Town of Sneads, Florida will receive sealed
in Mariann & Sneads (850)209-8595 All Power, runs excellent, $5800. OBO day, March 3, 2014 until Friday, March 7, 2014
OG LE B334-797-7420. at 12:00 noon, central time.
O G LESBY 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. Toyota 2005 Camry LE Gray int. & ext. 268,493 Bid forms and viewing of the properrty are
NO PETS. CH&A. mile, ( mostley Interstate miles) good cond. available at Sneads City Hall 2028 Third Ave
Plants International, Inc., Starting at $500 per month auto trans, power doors, windows & drivers From 7:00 4:00pm, Monday through Friday.
Altha FL is accepting applications for Call 850-258-1594 seat, cruise control, rear spoiler, cold AC, All property is sold "As is" and the Town re-
the following position. If no answer please leave message. 25 mpg. $4500. 850-209-2502. serves the right to reject any and all bids.
Marianna area 2/2 Mbl. Hm. in park CH&A LFor more information plesae call (850) 593-6636
F r1 r1 |||||1||water, sewage No Pets or Smoking Ref. Req. For more information plesae call (850) 593-6636
1st. & last $500. mo. 850-482-8333 2002 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic: LF160388
Garage kept, nice bike, 24,000 miles. Two-tone INVITATION TO BID
responsible for planning and purchasing of I Small 2 bedroom /I bath $325. m. Sneads blue. $10,200. 334-794-5296 or 334-596-5098 Shady Grove Pentecostal Holiness Church lo-
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Full time employment with competitive 2BR, 2.5BA Townhouse for sale in walking dis- Larry Carnley, Ino Community 334-726-1250 or
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HERE! Several
Wooded Lots a/3 H..... Cameli A....
in Marianna- ubdrviion a beeuphial Adult
Choooe fron 2, om m This m e has22
1.20 2Acre lots for MAMRIANNA Gret
$17,000 EACH.
OR a 3.45 acre opportunity for your business to u e
lot that can be Ienjoy the quiet neighborhood
purchase as a whole for $35,000 or Can be purchased be located in high trait re St floor pa t Lare Master Bed and Bath and Three large Bedrooms with two
in 1.5+/ los achfor$15000 Lcatd cosetofull bat-s Formal Dining Room and Breakfast A-e Kitchen custom cabinets. Marble
in3 1.05+1- tots Each tot $15,000. Located c ose towirhgwafongeFn ceadoi n
the High School and in an established neighborhood! with highwy frontage. Firplace and Builtin Book Shelves Perfect home for entertaining So many beatiful
things with the beautiful home t282.000 and considering al Offers0 MLS #217640
4MLS 248816 REDUCED $194,500.
VERY ATTRACTIVE GRAND RIDGE ome located in Souads, EL.
HOME INSIDE AND OUT! Saltwater Pool in the fenced
4/31/2 with almost 2700 Unique properly!! Three back yard. New windows,
Ssq ft under air! Relax on bedroom home in the counthy walls, floors, light fixtures,
0=hot water heater, kitchen : .. .. : ;S
the wraparound porch. wih mnyextrofeureslocated cabinets and appliances. This home looks brand new! Master Bedroom has
... .......Large fenced backyard, on 48 o(es. MUST SEEH double vanity Laundry room includes a half bath. Family/Recreation room big
16x32 gunite pool. Hardwood floors on the first floor! The kitchen MS 248809 enough for entertaining and a pool table! This home occupies a full city block
is large with plenty of countertop AND cabinet space! Large center MIS 248809 *$224900 IPaved Driveway. You just have to see it! $210,000 MLS# 249316
island and breakfast area! There is an air conditioned game room or Wm TaIn E We" c b hn s
5th bedroom and halft bath over the detached garage. MLS #248338 maintained custom built home Character gives this
with so mny fetures, ay older home in Gracevile
ii PERFECT FOR windows, fireplace, bonus room its charm! This well
YOUR LARGE maintained home has
FAMILY?? Great oandmuhmore. Alo 002.2ors. a large yard and is verya
4/2 with almost MLS 248838 $146,000 convenient to the College and Businesses of Graceville. This 3/2 home is
1700 sq ft under MARIANNA ready for you to call it home. The roof was completely replaced in 2011!
Air! Beautiful Bedrooms are large with plenty of space. All of the appliances! Call today to
original hardwood Qualily construcfioa used with set an appointment to.see this beautiful, and affordable home. MLS# 247421
floors! The Family attention to details, privacy and
room can be easily converted to a 5th bedroom if neetled! energy efficiency. VeryspaOus Country life in a 2002
Great Spacious 1.80 acres! Brick home has a newer 4 ton AC
unit! This home can be offered as a short sale! MLS #248281 home located on 3.7 acres. built 2000 square foot
1 Manufactuerd home ano
MLS 248904 $228,000. apx, 4 acres on a paved
GREAT POSSIBILITIES in this GRAND RIDGE road a great place to PRICED FOR QUICK SALE. 15 acres has unfinished, old 2
4/2.5 POOL Home. Oer 1a0 live! Located in North Jackson County close to the Alabama State Line, BR house and barn on property Barn has attached 20x40
Sal~B Ft.s 2n barn atace proprry a.r has featured ope0x40pan
Sq Ft.2 cnr attached cafport. e- sone feres open float [lan, this home is in a perfect spot for those who travel between Marianna
Tile and wood flooring. Needs sone wood burning fireplace, large and Dothan. Calltodayand letus showyouthis beautiful home. Priced shed and two I2x 2 horse stalls. Approx. 10 acre hayfield.
new roof and pool liner, But 1mater bedroom and bth, plus wo to sell, owner says bring all offers MLS# 248922 Some fencing. Underground storm shelter, well and septic
could make rho perfertctBen LI"S "$7,0 IC4AQO
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i n Located on mom bedrooms0nod onotherhath. tank. Being sold "AS S." 75,000 MLS #248497
1.31 Acres! CASH offers only MLS 248984 $97,900. 1995 DW Mobile Home
please! ML 2425 GRAND RIDGE on 1.26 acres. 3/2 home
with large living/dining
H- ome Ah many renovations area and a large family
EXECUTIVE HOME WITH ALL THE laoateOd on 8.5 acres in the country. room with fireplace. Open Kitchen with lots of cabinets. Laundry
BELLS AND WHISTLES! Over 2800 Also featuring o large workshop wih room with extra storage. Great for family or for Investment. Other
s ft Under Air, with a Gorgeous o electri, HAVC and double doors. MH Lots adjacent that may be available for more income.
Sunrnom, with Windnwn 1rmm
Floor tot ceiling overlooking the
backyard The Family Room Boasts MLS 249352 $79,900.
18 it ceilings, built in entertainment center and a granite see thru fireplace to CHIPLEY Well Blue Springs Plantation is
the sunroom. The Main Kitchen is a dream. Granite countertops with a center construtd home on 6.6 acres and located close to the BEAUTIFUL
island with lots of upgraded cabinets! There is a 2 car attached garage with complely remodeled. Some featiures Blue Springs State Park,
a bon s room which has central atr and the detached garage is large enough inlude ted kitch do Merritt's Mill Pond and Lake
to store your toys Ther is also another bedroom over the detached garage. ed kin thern. i ne 1 Windows, l eminle These lots would n
J. re is ant /1nWithre is o 1/ be a PERFECT Plac e to build
MOVE IN READY! tchen ndpiotentrnce. Aso a home aond h Pa l tranquility Mariannahas Pto offer Anlestablished
Great 3/2 with over l tdp Subdivision, Blue Springs Plantation is a growing community with homes already built
1900 sq ft There is a MLS 249292* $183,000. and occupied. It has a Public water system, Underground Utilities, Phone, Sewer and
1900erqin Laweguest MARIANNA Ver Pavedroads.SeveralLotsavailabletochoosefrom. LocatedonBlueSpringsHighway.
Mother in Law guest McARIANNA w ery P0 rh
house! Large 1 acre lot spacious and well built home
with a Huge Workshop! close to town with many cuslom Large family room,
Completely remodeled features. Home also has o 1 living and dining
from floors to ceiling! Beautiful sunroom bedroom, 1 bothforaguest house om ookSe lleris eady
overlookin nice back ard! MLS #248896 orrental with a privonte enhance. and help a buyer ofulfill
LOCATED ON MERRITS MLS 248506 $149,900. their dream of owning a
MILL PONDI Cozy 2/1 with pick it out yourself! Beautiful patio with a gardening shed for
1080 sq overlooking lake! Pat Frr all your tools. Small fenced area for children or pets. Don't miss
Large Backyard with deck Realtor out on the fantastic price for this beautiful home! MLS# 248529
perfect for relaxing! Kitchen 850.209.8071
and baths have had some Beautiful well maintained
updates! Living room and 1910 Historic Home in
Master bedroom overlook Bonifay. It has 5 bedrooms
the water! Fireplace in This 30eedroom/2BotIh home is and 3 baths, 6 fireplaces
living room! MLS #247509 a delightfuil iibreath of fresh ir with beauiful and huge rooms. The
SVRLU Iickory i sla ilnos1To ely i ceilings are approx. 12 feet high. It also features a large detached 2 car
inTHI 3 H die though, ]join lik Insod garage (30x40) but for your convenience there is an attached carport at Marianna On a quiet deadend street is this 3 BR/2 BA home, plus an
TH 1 32 2 sqt!Pone porch becak~ioild, c noitlroigoviiu 0 t hetutlsrh h
THSE1322 sq3 ft!U TFront porcht- becki i & ,ilrpaehu 24sk if bi 10 the front poarch.( s The seller is very motivaoteda nd is pn to a ll offers. Make B l ome ps
to relax on. Carpet, tile hoaed & cooled workshop. REDUCED s t now. $250,000 MLSt 249141t unheated bonus room. Cen H/A one yr old. Oak floors, some covered with
and wood flooring. w/ Seller Concessions carpet. One car garage. 2 metal storage buildings. Large shady lot is fenced
Sunroom off the back. MLS# 249113 $158,000. Small 2/1 home in in back. Great for children or pets. $0,000 MIS #248790
Located on Hwy 90 in Beautiful, quiet setting for Blountstown. Nice area .......................................................................
Sneads. With a Little this lovely 3Bedroom/2Both of town and convenient to
TLC th k home can e nh two laondscapebd a, heverything! This is a great
TLC this home can be screened bohk posch o/eroaks he fed arythr ThiseisFenrea
ours! MLS #249125 bakostd tfied w/reose. New menol rot, home. Fenced
reoent exrSi L o2lln, 3u'xtT RV no set yard and carport. Too cute to pass up. Very affordable at $62,000 with
N W0 WATSON HEIGHTSILam Large to n o payments that will be lower than rent! Don't pass this up. MLS#249218
all towoshedi uop tnwon sniar cu
4/3.5 rick hme with over uabediohouse, poindiewolas.
2300 Sq If under air located on
1.23 acresBelow groundPool MLS#248822 $153,300. 4 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Home
with rice polio area! Wood Attractive & comfortable with large fenced yard,
i with nice patio area! Wood3edom2thheinIin
burning fireplace, Huge Kitchen S o ui o me open screened porch, workshop,
with center island! Large pl n w/spdit ed o ro onndv ddesul deck with hot tub and a
no m as laudirsi olrac r, o j iona s Hoe
Family room with formal Living inlema. asbn een al"d, a et, a beautiful pool! Ready for a
and Dining! Needs some TLC,* lhn a ono eloo ing eplased in day of relaxation enjoy your
0oo a iewrao inst innrid in 5000. This
homeis niovein reidy large family room plant a garden lay by the pool work in your workshop.
SDOWNTOWN LIVING IN MLS# 249075 $179,000 Everything is there and ready for you! Don't miss out on this home! It won't last
CHATTAH00CHEE. LooelyML# 405$7,00
CHATTAHOOCHEE. Love Lovely 2Bedroom/2Bath honme long. Priced to sell at $149,900. MLS# 249307
4/2 1/2, 2 story home wvith Iirtes 4n0gp-oeAdut....iy[' I
aver 1900 sq ft onder air. The onemnlbo mevod enniyo
master bedroom is on the first lcoeinn aip e idntleo, a stlt .mmueiyl mfatained 3
floor and all other 3 bedrooms penien, htidroii slfie o of charm. Ithas been
are upstairs. This ho0me sits nice soeened in back pach overlooking the very we maintained The
on a hill or a corner lot/ Very wooded io nexl door t i eng pWoar kitchen was updated, has
private yard. Newer home with rointenoroe, eosyleg. a dishwasher, and is the
all the extras. MLS #248849 MLS# 248977 $143,000. highlight of this home, along with many other features. The roof was replaced
in 2012 and the Central Air and Heat unit is only about 3 yrs. old. Formal Dinina Marianna Approximately 1 acre lot with 149' on
CUTE COUNTY HOME. 2/1.5 Bath Debbie Roney Snmith, and Living area, Office/Computer Room, and a great workshop garage.that is
with aprox 1008 sq fH, Located Realtor 24x20 in size. In a quiet and relaxing area of Greenwood, but not too far from north Jefferson zoned mixed used. Could be residential,
on 1.90 acres. Spacious kitchen town and shopping. t89,900 MLS# 249169 apartments/duplex or business. City utilities. 2 BRe old
aomre and a firep ce in the li vinerone 850-209ysi8039 th@ house being sold "AS IS". $67,500 MLS #247182
room Rea on the Front covered de ieroneys ith@ Completely renovated and .....................................................................
deck or the rear covered deck! A looks brood new inside
w orkshop in the back that w ould l ewka. pplan ce s, deo
be perfect for your boat and play Beautifully landscaped New appliances, beautiful
to MLS #249354 "orner 1.2 ACRE. hardwood floors, unique
ty L#45Landscaped w/flowermng den Open ceilings
LARGE /2.5 bushes & trees among the were popular in the '60s and this builder added 4"insulated panels to keep it
many froit lrees. 2/2.5 economical tom hooting ond conliog. Patio area perfect tsr ertertainiog ard fomily
with aprox 2356 sq ft and A-Frame home w/main fun. Thishomehascharacterthat gives it charm! $215,000 MLS# 248150 .
05 1.50 acresI Family room, ,level being on 2nd Rloom.
open kitchen with Breakfast Open afloor. pian, gas I Interstate 10 and Hwy 77
Area. Format Living roam and fireplace, u Hoe wrapItrtto0adH~7
around porch, heelchoir EXIT Fuel/Convenience
Dining Room! There is a den ramp, Metal roof. store in excellent location
with the half bath that could to capitalize on Highway
be used as another Bedroom MLS# 249390 $125,000. 7t beach access traffic.
no closet). MLS #249289 Passing insPetions 2000 square foot of retail space and two fuel islands are ready for Beautifully designed, like new, well maintained MH has split
won't ibe a pro hem with an enterprising operator. roperty is in the county where alcohol sales bedroom floorplan. Well water for watering garden and county
this larae Victoriana. re possible senen days a week. Over 60n0 vehicles pass this locotion
ENJOY BEUT.RILSUNSETS nInstalled ton Central ever orted by FOT. Onl 2 00 MLS# 240836 water far use in the residence. Wood burning, or gas fireplace. Well
ox SU4LAKFt. creeWith H/aC,M i raoo, opi n appointed kitchen has breakfast bar and butlers pantry. Whirlpool
parch overlooking wattr tank & new fiold lines Nice and Quiet 2/2 Mobile appliances- built in oven, microwave, side by side ref, counter top
Located on 1.35 acres. Sun amp. 3/2 with over Home on just enough land stove and lots of cabinets. Built in desk. Front porch ready for
Lake in an 00 acre Bass Lake. 2400sf oF livieg space.,~ to have a gurdon or eojoy
Pier and docklo fish on! New Call for compinte details. boeiong in the country. YOUR swing. Two car-port and workshop. Must See to appreciatel
on market so call today for MLS# 249389 $114,900. Within 10 miles to downtown Marianna. Very well kept and has chain S104,500 MLS#248947
price! MLS #248251 .This is a nice first link fencing around property.Great investment! Call for an appointment. ..
s t h rtime home buyer, house.2ONL029900oML
HOME. Trtee 4/3 Brick besnidoneae ad.KLotscfwokhas ,
home with a 3 ca aboonels~ouno tertopdy itchtn This very oice 3/2 2004 ,
garage on 2.24 itre,-entral H/,IC Caoelier Mobile Home is
ace. Oe 90Lennrox system, windows, located very close to towo
acres Over2900 cspenal 32 0] I, lil [Icoringdapan d appo imtelyt ]/8
sq f wit a lrgeelectrical & prumbing. mites from a public boat
liVing room, formal landing at Merritts Mill Pond. Some repairs needed. Property is very private
dining room and MLS# 249388 $65,000. and the only home on this road. Just walk down the road to Meritts Mill Pond!
21x 6 Family room. Hardwood floors thru out Marianna handy man n PricedASISwhichmakesitaverygood deol on this home. MLS# 248807
lyving areas and bedrooms. MLS #248717 location & wa kin distace 4 Separate lots Available in Blue Spdngs Planrtation Subdivision onng
LAND FOR SALE RETAL SAPCE Wom n Shtas beetn uPar. BlueSpydilgs Highway Three buildings Marianna Old store building, house and garage
Mus ne s e rao work. 1 Acre Lot on Old US Hwy north of Hwy 162 $10,000 apartment on [5 acre MOL Roads on 3 sides (2 are paved) zoned
Isw lamring Tomu aut 10 Beautiful Acres on River Road near Lake Seminole $40,000 commercial Would be good for aparments, auto repair, l/A
and g oove wals. This wi 10 Acre Tract off Blocker Road $35,000
be asort sale. 5 Acres off Sweat Pond Road $22,000 conditioning business, ed. Lots of room for parking or expansion.
MLS# 248906 $51,500. 080 1 Acre Comer lot on paved road in Compass Lake $6,000 Selling "as is". $95,000 MLS #248793

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2960 Jefferson St. Marianna ..................................................................... Fenced-in backyard.Too much tolist! PRICEDAT$159,900 MLS# 249353
ZONED MIXED USE.' Home or Office. 2BR/2BA, 1620 H/C Move in ready ommercial building located
SqFt. C/E H&C, Double Pane Windows, Metal Roof, 110'x150' uini a great location on Cliff Street. This
building is opproximately I 200 square feet
andred set up as an offie. Buildinghas This 3BR/2BA brick
kitchen ad full bhroom and could be used home sits on .
as a home as well. It would be 2 bedrnoms/
I bathroom as a house or 4-5 offices and
MLS#249076 obreak rom as well es pinkin glt and Mill Pond! Well
sanrorom in bck. S37,900lMLS# 238224 maintained home with newer metal roof, beautiful in-
833 NewilleLn. Marianna .................................................................. ground pool, fenced-in back yard, RV bldg. w/workshop.
BEAUTIFUL OAC HARDWOOD FLOORING. Builtin 2o o6, 3R2BA 1832 f ie mueinreadyhome withpeo rooorer/1 g d ri ceat RtV MS rag2 47 red27 ,
H&C gFCo, (/0 H&HC Spi iOR Plan Oak sCa oets Center isla tn Kitchen. Must see! Priced at $219,000 MLS #248727
16x20 Out Building. 1.97 Acres ree ihom te ln. uoom epl~o~i, brdri hoe ftog hed

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MLS#248920 Realtor of the Year Debbie ,datdckoomeeorneshoneidvnyaptm room, breakfast room,
S ebove w hful Ubhremondefimrkeecyhrene er. bonus room, nice hardwood floors throughout under carpet and

HigsSool oean OHt Ac 3cHar Realtor Citizen of the YearI ..................................................................... PRICED AT $85,000 MLS #248624

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nPat Furr 0, tredo = e ruiro ne erco Beautiful octagonal
oerb t.ronenrco ornru o. n re 2BR/2BA home
o u he barn om ren bare ane completely remodeled
MLS#248993 t rr, =indrroe, e oere Th m oe vmak
s erhoerraomdleour mtub Ihesloan e in 2008 located on a
1405 entleyoRd.aCo ,rrdale oare oersa e unique fork of the Chilola River. Granite countertops, electric
WEL MAINTAINED & UPDATED COUNTRY HOME. 1990 H/C SFt C/E i 2 I2431 f high ceiling loft as a bons oom half-wrap deck, etc.
H&C, Large Bedrooms Family Room with brick fireplace Big Ktchen,replace gs deck etc
Sunporch Formals, ..................................................................... Make an appointment today! Priced at $155000 MLS #248028

Oo Nr rP'Sie1 oema eoien te i oen 2 edierio r t n Southern plantation
rca. pstrrpdore edeun r i re n r dm rse r wm a rmll ra style home in prestigious
MLS#246710 has a ll of exla e derk overlookin This 4 5A home is
&Afecand. 2 a garage gh workshops 2 his
488R 4 Arrowhead Dr. Marianna 0 3 Mandelon D.o a 1 Ne.e:rredorlidesles waterfront on Lake sceola. Home has large porches, in-ground pool wl
WATERFRONT ON CRYSTAL CLEAR MERRITTS MILL POND. Sit on the makes fhran m$12rie .SI25,UOLS#249304
back porch and throw rocks in the pond. 3BR/2BA. 2238 H/C SF, 2 Central nw ner and many extras. Seller will allow up to $18,000 toward new roof
H&C, Granite ountertps, Stainless Appliances, 171 front foot on water. .... .......... .. ....................... and upgrades. Make your appt. today Priced at $225,000 MLS #248285
PLES1ttachsed a lRra c iBA, r200 oF homl/oeral utifl or unie It Op av w6t- .e oSixc (b.o M 31o13.11 6-

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