Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
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Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Library director: 'Working with people is my passion'

From staff reports learn how to use such devices. I love helping people find what- and will also be spending time education from the University of
She sees that as one of her key ever it is they need, whether it's daily working public desks. I will Alabama at Birmingham.
Are you a non-tech-savvy per- jobs. finding books on a certain read- definitely be accessible ... look She said she felt she had found
son who got a Kindle or some "Meeting the in- ing level for school-age children, forward to meeting folks when just what she needed when she.
other kind of tablet from a well- formational needs or helping someone find a new they visit the library." visited Marianna for her job
meaning relative at Christmas? of the people of author to read after their favor- Hynes lives in Dothan, where interview.
Is it still in the box, because you Jackson County is ite author retires, or helping she spent most of her child- "I have custody of my grand-
don't know how to use it? Do you what the public someone learn to use the tablet hood, moving back there from daughter, and I wanted to raise
.want to learn? library is all about, they received as a gift from their Nashville, Tenn., after many her in a small-town setting,"
If you do, help is on the way. Hynes and I'm eager to grown children, or finding free years in various library jobs Hynes said in a phone conver-
New Jackson County Library begin," Hynes said legal forms for power of attor- elsewhere. She holds a Master sation with the Floridan. "When
Director Deborah Hynes starts in an email she sent the Floridan ney and such. My job as library of Library Sciences degree from I got to Marianna, I felt it was
work Monday, and she's ready on Friday. "Working with people director entails a lot of admin- the University of Alabama, along
to help individuals who need to in public libraries is my passion, istrative work, btit I love people with a B.S. degree in elementary See HYNES, Page 9A

Make a run
GOLSON CELEB TE; SEyUSS for your life

J!alr on April 5

Sr f-o-fi le f FLRD ,
r/ ou bYou don't have to be a world- clas: F y a. class rfinner to take part in "2 Fit 2
Wt a... w pSqueal," a fit-
ness event to
Ma n ci c sbe held April
5 as part of
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The annual Paint says orga-
o -e F'e s'N' Pork Festival in nir Marg
Marianna will feature Lia.
the "2 Fit 2 Squeal
5K/10K" race. Sponsored
by Jack-
son Hospital and supported by
some area physicians, the event's
5K walk/run is for people of all
See RACE, Page 7A

Marianna City
C ommission


meeting set

ackson County School Superintendent Steve Benton Sr. reads a Dr. Seuss book to Ms. Garcia's BYANGIE COOK
second-grade class Friday as part of Read Across America Week.
With a workshop scheduled for
Monday afternoon and their regu-
lar meeting the following evening,
Marianna city commissioners will
=- have a busy start to their week.
t r Monday's workshop will feature a
m presentation from the design con-
College's health center renovation beginning H":::ealth
sultant hired to help with expan-
sion plins for the Marianna Health
Chipola commencement and Rehabilitation Center.
On Tuesday, commissioners
ceremony moved to Dothan convene at 6 p.m. for their regular
monthly meeting.
Special to the Floridan
See CITY, Page 9A
The Chipola Milton H. Johnson Health . .... .. . .
Center will undergo a $1.1 million renova- H earing w ill
tion beginning this inonth.
Construction will start at the end of bas-
ketball season and is scheduled to be com-
pleted within 150 days. The target date for focus on states
completion is the beginning of the school
year in August. a ritourism
M&W Construction was the winning bid- t"
der for the renovation project, which will
include a new roof. The gym will also get a From staff reports
new heating- and air-conditioning system,
which will be connected to the college's The Florida Senate Agriculture
centralized chilled water plant. Committee, chaired by Sen. Bill
Chipola capital projects and facilities Montford, D-Tallahassee, will have
administrator Louy Harris says he expects a public hearing related to agricul-
to see a significant savings in utility costs SUBMITTEDPHOTO/CHIPOLACOLLEGE ture-focused tourism, or agrito-
by connecting the building to the chiller In this early-1990s photo provided by Chipola College, Chipola maintenance repairman Wayne urism, on Monday, 4-6 p.m. EST,
plant. Four buildings on campus already Herring installs the letters naming the Chipola gym, the Milton H. Johnson Health Center. in Room 301 of the Senate office
Pictured (from left) are: Chipola Appreciation Club members Sonny Wise, Robert Trammell, MikeinR
are connected to the system, which uses Peacock, the late coach Milton Johnson and Chipola President Gene Prough. Starting this month, building.
chilled water to heat and cool buildings. the center will undergo a $1.1 million renovation. On the agenda for the commit-
The center also will get a new hardwood tee meeting are two bills: SB 426,
floor playing surface. The old floor was of the floor had to be replaced last season. The health center is used by thousands which provides income tax credits
installed in the early '90s and has been re- The gym, named for the late Chipola of people in the community. Chipola for some sellers in areas deemed
finished numerous times. Leaks in the roof coach Milton Johnson, was built in the
have caused water damage, and a section mid-1970s for just over $1 million. See CHIPOLA, Page 9A See HEARING, Page 9A

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JACKSON COUNTY Community Calendar
,F L O R ID A N SUNDAY, MARCH 2 Church, 2901Caledonia Marianna. Closed to 2 p.m. Chipola River Book and Tea. This is her
Chipola Theatre Production "The Sound of discussiop with 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire debut as an author. Her first work is a mystery called
Publisher Valeria Roberts Music" -2 p.m. Tickets Center of the to stop drinking is welcome. "Twisted: Arts box office and one hour before each show. For ))Jazz in the Park 4-5 p.m. at Florida Caverns
more information, call 718-2420. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5 State Park. Take the family and enjoy a relaxing af-
Circulation Manager- Dena Oberski n Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion Early Learning Coalition of Northwest Florida ternoon listening to the Jazz Department of Chipola 6:30 AA room of First United Methodist Board of Directors meeting -11a.m. at Big Bend College on the balcony at the Visitors Center at
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance Community Based Cared, Inc., 910 Harrisonl Ave., Florida Caverns State Park.
CONTACT US limited to people with a desire to stop drinking. Panama City. a Chess Club 6-8 p.m. at First United Methodist
hMarianna 11.39 ft. C19.0 ft. S 7:25 MM 8 16 23

Telephone: 850-526-3614 Alcoh6lics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by
FAX: 850-482-4478 MONDAY, MARCH 3 to 1lp.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8-
Email: D Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. 18 ye ars of age in Jackson County. All students and
Caryvitheir parents are welcome. Players of all skill levelsft.

Street Address: -5:30-7:30 Jackson County Extension including beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473.
4403 Constitution Lane Service, Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meetings are THURSDAY, MARCH 6 Celebrate Recover p.m. Evangel Worship
Mfourth Mhondays other Mondays are for projects, les- International Chat'n' Sip 8:30-10 a.m. t the Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult

Office Hours: sons and help. All quilterswelcome.Call573-5434. Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in and teen meetings to"overcome hurts, habits and
ubiser City of Jacob Regular Council Meeting 6 Marianna. Learning Center staff and their inter- hang-ups: Dinner is at 6 p.m. Child care available.
Weekdays, 8 5 p.m. Jacob City Hall. national English learners invite the public for the Call 209-7856 k 573-1131.
SWoodmen of the World Chapter 65 monthly exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting -
MiSS YOUR PAPER? meeting -6:30 p.m. Dellwood Volunteer Fire ervironment. Light refreshments served.No charge p.m. in the AA room ofFirst United Methodistp
dober 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist Board of Directors meeting 11 am. at Big Bend Cbllege on the balcony at the Visitors Center at

You should receive your newspaper no later Department. Chili, hot dogs with trimmings and Call 482-9 4. Church, 2901Caledonia St. in Marianna.
n 6m. f it c C desserts will be served. The chapter will provide ) St. Anne Thrift Store --9a.m. to 1p.m. St.
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- the chili and hot dogs. All members encouraged to Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna.
tion between6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to come, bring a friend along with sids and desserts. Call 482-3734. SATUR DAY, MARCH 8
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The For information, call 482-5255. ) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks a Shamrock Festival and 5 K Shuffle -8 a.m.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 Restaurant, U.S. 90in Marianna. The CCC's focus At Lake Seminole Park in Sneads Entry fee $20 for
is published Tuesday through Friday and p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist is the local community,"Communrity, Children and pre-registration nd $25 on race day. For more inftr-
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid Church, 2901Caledonia St., Marianna. Character Call 526-3142 for more information. mation, call Edna Reed at 209-8391.
at Marianna, FL. Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at h Marianna Garden Club's annual tree sale
TUESDAY, MARCH 4 Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. 8 4 p.m (or until trees sell out) in front
ur ny r ny r r r l- of Farmers Furniture Co., 4230 Lafayette St. (next
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Deadline for early registration Pink Tutus and y ul ay 2929 to Grocery Outlet).Bare root dogwood and crape
SBows Fun Run Race at Madison Park in Marianna VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting 6 p.m. at myrtle will be available for $1 each: Proceeds pro-
eeeyon March5. Entry fee as of today $20. After today 2830 Wynn St., Marianna. Covered-dish supper fol- mote gardening and the beautification of Marianna
for three months; $62.05 for six months; $25. Make checks payable to Pink Heals. Registra- lowed by a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call 372-2500. For large presale orders, call 482-4756.
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include tion time day of the race will be 9:30 a.m. Race Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, ) Artist Guild of Northwest Florida General
applicable state and local taxes. Mail begins at 11a.m. For information, call Lori Meadows, 8-9 p.m., at First United Methodist Church, 2901 Meeting 9 a.m. at the Jackson County Library
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail 5730229, or Nicki Lovett, 557-2831 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance resentation will be by Nina Alen Freeman on
subscriptions are: $4612 for three months; St. Anne Thrift Store 9 am. to p.m. St. limited to people with a desire to stop drinking; painting wwth fluid acrylic paint on pager. Following
$92.24forsix months; a ndes Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. papers will not be signed the presentation, art will be changed out from 12:30
tion betweenall 4a.m82-373 and noon,4. Tuesday to come, bringp.m. to 2:30 p.m
year. c East Jackson County Economic Development FRIDAY, MARCH 7 P Alford Community Health Clinic Hours -10
A ERTISIN Council to recognize Business of Month 9 a.m. Deadline to enter Panhandle Pride Beauty a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in
ADVETl ISIN at West Florida Electric at 8292 U.S. 90 in Sneads Pageant To be held at Graceville Civic Center Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients
The advertiser agrees that the publisher a The public is encouraged to attend. in Graceville on March 22. Entry fee is $55. All without medical insurance treats short-term ill-
shall not be liable for damages arising n Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting -proceeds go to the Two-Toe Tom Festival celebration. nesses and chronic conditions.Appointments avail-
outoferrorsandadvertiseentsbeyond Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., This isan open pageantApplications may be picked able (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins welcome.
the amount paid for the spaceactuay Marianna up at Bush Paint and Supply or Esto Town hall in Sign in before 11(nexta.m.
the amount paid for the spacactuy a n Esto. For information, call Teresa Bush at 263-6345 ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meetingw- 4:30-
occupied by that portion of the advertise- $Sewing Circle Jackson County Senir or 263-3072 or Darlene Madden 263-6521 or 263- 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
ments in which the error occurred, whether Citizens, 2931Optimist Drive in Marianna. ACall 3201. WChurch, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
such error is due to the negligence of the 4825028. .k Marianna Garden Club's annu. al tree e 37-Grand Ridge Pageants 6 Grand Ridge
publisher's employees or otherwise, and Artists Guild of Northwest Florida Board 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (or until trees sell out) in front School. Contact Heather Lewis for more information
there shall be not liability for non-aiser- Meeting 2:30 p.m. at the Jackson County Admin- of Farmers Furniture Co., 4230 Lafayette St.(next at 209-7977.
sbsritions st be ai in aaneai stration Building on Madison Street. to Grocery Outlet).Bare root dogwood and crapetatia
tion of any advertisement beyond the myrtle will be available for $1 each. Proceeds pro-
amountpaid for such advertisementThis Marianna City Commission Meeting 6 mote gardening and the beautification of Marianna. SU NDAY, MARCH 9
SAnne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. papers will not be signed. the presentation, art will be changed out from 12:30

newspaper will not knowingly accept or one arian For large presale orders, call 482-4756. Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
earEast Jackson County Economic Development aFRIDAY, MARCH 7 Alford Community Heah Clinic Hours 10

publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- w c Birding Walks -9 a.m. at Florida Caverns State 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist
which ree Writing Center m Bonthly meeting 6 Park starting at the Blue Hole swimming area to Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance
ng expresses p rence ase on the Main Public Library, 2929 Green St. in Marianna observe the birds of the park Bring binoculars and limited to people with a desire to stop drinking.
.legally protested personal characteristics is Helen Marie Taylor will speak to the group about picnic and enjoy the day with volunteers Elliott and
not acceptable. illustrating books, and Amie Myers will discuss edit- Lesley Smith. MONDAY MARCH 10
ing. Members and participants are asked to bring Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at the Jackson ) Preschool and Early Head Start Registra-
HOWTO GETYOUR a writing sample so Myers can demonstrate editing County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and tion for upcoming 2014-15 year 8:30
l NEWS PUBLISHED methods. Call 482-9631 for more information, experienced hand crafters welcome to create, sharei noon at Jackson County Early Childhood Center in
The Jackson County Foda l p h pm. in the AA room of First United Methodist a Book Signing of Brittany Hawes 10:30 a:m. 482-1266.
Sognera neresreeof charge. 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,
Submit your news or Community Calendar email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
'Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, PO lice Roundup
anniversary and birth announcentents.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good quality and MARIANNA POLICE JACKSON COUNTY cal calls, one traffic crash, five periods:
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the DEPARTMENT SHERIFF'S OFFICE burglar alarms, two firearm Joey Perry, 56, 6496 Kirk-
tto et all smissins T M rnna ic discharge complaints, six land Road, Bascom, violation of
rightto edit all sumissions. The Marianna Police The Jackson County Sheriff's traffic stops, two larceny conditional release.
GETTING IT RIGHT Department listed the following Office and county fire/rescue complaints, five calls to serve Jasma Peterson, 39, 4731
The Jackson County Floridan's policy incidents for Feb. 27, the latest reported the papers/ex partee, three civil Pelt Road, Marianna, non-pay-
is to correct mistakes promptly. To available report: One reckless following disputes, one trespass corn- ment of child support.
report an error, please call 526-3614 driver, one information call, .. incidents for plaint, one assault, one animal Vincent Jones, 50, 1584
Monday-Friday one physical disturbance, _' Feb. 27, the complaint (horse), 12 property/ Blount Road, Grand Ridge, hold
Monda*y *__ one verbal disturbance, _M E latest available- building checks, one call to as- for Bay County.
one burglar alarm, 13 traffic report: One sist a motorist/pedestrian, a Shenlcka Pittman, 25, 1018
>2; stops, one trespass complaint, drunk pedes- two retail theft/shoplifting Marks St., Bonifay violation
one lost property call, one trian complaint, one stolen tag, complaints and two calls to of county probation (worth-
juvenile complaint, one call. one abandoned vehicle, two assist another agency. less check), hold for Holmes
to assist another agency reckless drivers, two suspicious County, hold for Washington
none public service call, one vehicles, one information call, JACKSON COUNTY County.
911 hang up, one finger print- one physical disturbance, CORRECTIONAL FACILITY Tony Manning, 26, 2927 Har-
ing, one patrol request, one four verbal disturbances, ley Drive, Marianna, hold for
threat/harassment complaint one hitchhiker/pedestrian The following people were Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.
F and eight home security complaint, one call involving booked into the county jail
JI CFLORIDAN .CO checks. hazardous material, 23 medi- during the latest reporting Jail Population: 177

Research before making decisions Caoline Elise Johns
was born at 6:22 p.m.
SA all are different about the proper way to immediately decide to act It's hard for a person on Feb. 16 at Jacon
Each of us has lose weight without caus- on what they have heard. who is easily persuaded Hospital in Marianna.
Sour own way of ing health Sometimes, people are to get a good grip on life. eounces ad w7 pounds
doing things. Never before problems, fortunate, and things work We often write about ouncesan was 192t
in our history have there that, for out well; but disappoint- teaching our children and iches long at birth.
been so many opinions many, it has ment and anger can occur young people to think for er pan are Melissa
about so many things. become when things go wrong. them. When our chil- and George Johnson.t
Our most knowledgeable frustrating. There's an important dren carry these habits Grandparents are: Steve
people have their person- We must be action that could go a long through life, their success an Pey rom
al theories about certain Thomas careful who way in helping many of us ratio should be high. An Marianna and Terr and
subjects; but usually there Vincent we rely on. make solid decisions. We individual who will think Debra Johnson from
will be another opinion Murphy With the should take time to do our things through and not Grand Ridge.
from another expert with multitude own "personal research." make hasty decisions will
a different way of looking of commercials coming The internet and our li- usually do the research
at that very same subject, at us each day, and the braries are great sources of to find the smartest ways Katelynn Rose Pate-
When one doctor says a many opinions from vari- information. The more se- to make decisions. When Segrest was born at
particular food is bad for ous so called experts, life rious the advice we might life-changing decisions 11:01 a.m. on Feb. 17
our health, and another can be nothing short of need, the more important hang in the balance, a true at Jackson Hospital in
doctor says we should "confusing." it is to check things out. Christian will consider Marianna. She weighed
include it in our diets, who People have seen a com- Finding information out prayer as an invaluable as- 7 pounds, 9 ounces and
should we listen to? There mercial, or gotten an opin- first hand can lead to set. It's up to each of us to was 2012 inches long at
are so aany pros and cons ion from someone, and solid,'wise decisions. "think before we act." birth. Her parents are
Mary Pate and Bryan

T he Jackson County
t Bulldogs, a local
T travel ball team, ......
4 were honored recently at Ricky Clayton Shaw
a meeting of the Marianna was born at 10:34 p.m.
Optimist Club. This 10-and- on Feb. 18 at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
under team took third-place He weighed 7 pounds
honors at the President's 11.1 ounces and was
Day Classic in Niceville. 212 inches long at birth.
His parents are: Analissa
Team members are front and Ricky Shaw. Grand-
row (from left), Daniel parents are: MickeyYohn
Stotame, Zac Jnigan, from Chipley; Linda
Stoutamire, Zack eJernigan, Shaw from Chipley and
Cole Lewis, Aidan Eubanks, Ricky Shaw, Sr. from
Justin Tye, Kade Glisson, Cottondale.
Matthew Flynn, Gavin Byrd
and Brady Tye; back row, KoiaAubrey Ann-Hong
SUBMITTED PHOTO coach Zack Byrd. Newkirk was born at
6:04 p.m. on Feb. 19
at Jackson Hospital in
S, Pictured are the Marianna. She weighed
students who traveled 6 pounds, 10 ounces
to Tallahassee: Sophia and was 20 inches long
Pereda, Marianna at birth. Her parents are
High School; Jordan Julianne Nguyen and
Willis, Blountstown Robert Cain Newkirk.
High School; Savannah Grandparents are: Rosie
Thompson, Sneads Nguyen from Marianna
High School; Anthony and Rochelle Ferrell
Severson, Graceville High from Marianna.
School; Beth Hall, Poplar
Springs School; Brad
Pearson, Altha School;
Sarah Covell, Bethlehem
School; Jake Woodham,
Blountstown High
School; Breanna Harrell,
S Cottondale High School;- Settlement offering
Harrisonfloyd, Malone
School and Mary-Rosalyn *
Taylor, Chipley High
Schoola blacksmithing classes.

SUBMITTED PHOTOS Special to the Floridan the class.
For more info., call Di-.
The Panhandle Pioneer ane Watson at 674-2777
Harrell PearsontakeSettlementwillbe having or email ppsmuseum@
t, a blacksmithing class
Son Saturday, March 15,
Special to the Floridan how state and federal gov- starting at 8 a.m.
ernment works. The trips If you enjoy hands-on Philip
Cottondale High School also help them gain insight experience, this is the ,
junior, Breanna Harrell, into the roles rural coop- place to be. Join us in
and Altha School. junior, eratives have played in the art of shaping heated
Brad Pearson, were named the history of our country iron and steel (forging)
West Florida Electric's as well as their roles in the with hland tools such
Youth Tour competition future of the electric utility as hammers, tongs and
winners on Feb. 20; Antho- industry. chisels on an anvil. Re-
ny Severson of Graceville The Washington, D.C. quired items: gloves and
High School was named Youth Tour Program has safety glasses. Carat The FIVE C's
the alternate. been in existence since All will enjoy this expe- Color
These students will rep- 1957 when co-ops sent rience at the Panhandle Cry
resent WFEC on the Na- Pictured are the winners Anthony Severson, Graceville High students to Washington, Pioneer Settlement at Clarity
tional Rural Electric Youth School; Breanna Harrell, Cottondale High School and Brad D.C. to work during the 17869NWPioneerSet- CONFIDENCE.
Tour June 14-19, traveling Pearson, Altha School. They were selected as the alternate summer. By 1964, the pro- tlement Road, Blount- i
to Washington, D.C. with and winners of the West Florida Electric Cooperative Youth gram caught on, and the stown. This will be an Marianna's Most
more than 30 other Florida Tour contest. Harrell and Pearson will represent the co-op on a al Rural Electric all-day event so pack Trusted Jeweler
students to join more than the National Rural Electric Youth Tour in Washington, D.C., this C ative Association your lunch. There are
1,500 high school juniors summer. began to coordinate the limited slots available Est. 1971
representing co-ops from School; Breanna Harrell, High School also partici- efforts ofthe co-ops. Since so call or email now to -atso n
across the country. Cottondale High School; pated in the FECA's essay then, thousands of young reserve a slot. The cost of ~' 1l E
Eleven area students par- Anthony Severson, Grace- competition for the chil- people ,have experienced this class is a $40. A $25 osGEooois1
ticipated in the localYouth ville High School; Harri- dren and grandchildren this opportunity, deposit fee isrequired
Tour trip to i Tallahassee. -son Floyd, Malone School; of cooperative employees For more information for a reservation which 850.482.4037
They were: Brad Pearson, Sophia Pereda, Marianna and trustees. about the Youth Tour visit goes toward the cost of
Altha School; Sarah Covell, High School; Beth Hall, The trips to Tallahassee the co-op's website at
Bethlehem School; Jake Poplar Springs School and Washington, D.C., are ,or
Woodham, Blountstown and Savannah Thompson, part of the cooperative's the Youth Tour Facebook "O
High School; Mary-Rosa- Sneads High School. Jor- efforts to educate the lead- page at www.facebook.
lyn Taylor, Chipley High dan Willis, Blountstown ers of tomorrow about com/wfecyouthtour. Surace jenc-..
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Hydro-politics, Noah Cross and the Rio Grande

"Give me water... I'm in 500 years, it. One of the prominent will find property values trouble," writes Pearce. gate corn, and cattle can't
thirsty..." Hydro-economics and themes of Pearce's work is devastated. Commodities "With the river now be fed. Comparatively
"CHAIN GANG" hydro- that "virtual water" needs will become more expen- trickling through the speaking, countries like
by Sam Cooke politics will are what really matter; for sive to produce: corn, rice, town virtually empty, the U.S. that partly control
dominate example, while estimates soybeans, wheat, beef, and upstream reservoirs their own water destiny
A college friend liv- domestic vary, it takes around 2,000 chicken and pork will sky- scarcely any fuller, the El are better suited than
ing in California and global gallons of water to raise rocket in cost and provide Paso Times regularly alerts most to overcome future
iLtells me that her discourse just one pound of beef. investors with new chal- readers to the days when water shortages. But water
water bill last month was for the That's an unsustainable lenges when considering they can use public water users and investors alike
more than $200. Gov. Margaret foreseeable ratio, despite the fact that companies that produce on lawns and the days will be impacted.
Jerry Brown has proposed VIcDowell future. And we have always consid- these goods. The first they can't."
emergency legislation to the size of ered water a renewable company that can master It was only two short Maraet MDowet. ChFCr,
transport water through- a country's resource. As emerg- energy- and cost-efficient summers ago that the columnist, Chartered Financial
out California to towns "water footprint" soon ing market consumers desalinization processes Texas cattle ranching Consultant and Accredited Invest-
suffering drought condi- will become as important continue to adopt more will find tremendous glob- industry was hammered ment Fiduciary, is the founder of
tions. As Noah Cross, as its carbon footprint, western dietary habits, the al demand for its product by horrendous drought. Arbor Wealth Management LLC,
played by John Huston, according to Fred Pearce, water shortfall appears and services, but as yet, Communities across Texas 566t), a121"Fee-Only" and Fiduciarylth.
states in the 1974 film author of"When the Riv- even more certain. Some such widespread technol- raised emergency funds to Registered Investment Advisory
classic "Chinatown," ers Run Dry." Midwestern farming co- ogy is not available, pay large transport trucks Firm located near Destin. This
"Either you bring the Irrigating crops in the ops have already adopted The Rio Grande River, to haul water into their column should not be considered
water to L.A., or you bring Midwest is depleting the a voluntary 20-percent and thus the cattle ranch- parched towns. personalized investment advice
and provides no assurance that
L.A. to the water." Most nation's largest aquifer, water usage cutback. ing industry in that valley, Think about a domestic any specific strategy or investment
sources agree that the the Ogallala, much faster Locales without con- is in serious jeopardy. "El economy where depleted will be suitable or profitable for an
state is at its driest point than nature can replenish tinuing water sources Paso is in hydrological aquifers can no longer irri- investor.

Sneads FFA participates

in district competition

Special to the Floridan
On Feb. 4, the Sneads
FFA chapter attended the
District 2 CDE competi-
tion hosted by the Malone
FFA at the Jackson Coun-
ty Extension Office in
Sneads FFA brought two
teams to compete and one
individual competitor. The SUBMITTED PHOTOS
two teams were competing Competing in Parliamentary Procedures were (from left) Logan Luse Area 2 State Vice
in the Parliamentary Pro- President, Shelby Johnson, Samantha Rabon, Jacob Brown, Joe Mac Scott, Cole Hamilton,
cedures CDE and Agricul- Ketsia Tishalamba, Gordon Yoder Area 1 State Vice President.
tural Mechanics CDE. The SUBMITTED PHOTOS .
parliamentary procedures Competing in Ag Mechanics were (from left) Don Young Competing in
team placed second and Dowling, Hailey McDaniel, Jacob Brown. Speaking were (from left
the agriculture mechanics Speaking were (from left)
the agriculture mechanics Logan Luse Area 2 State
team took a written exam tor was Gerri Hardin. She to the state level and repre- Vice erri Hardin,
which was sent to the state competed in the Extempo- sent Sneads FFA at the 86th Gordon Yoder Area 1 State
headquarters to be graded raneous Public Speaking Annual Florida FFA State Vice President.
and is awaiting the results. CDE and won first place, Convention in Orlando this
The individual competi- and she now Wvill advance summer.


ackson County Sheriff's '
employees Deputy Jes-
sicaWeathersbee and
Sgt. Sammy Efurd practice I
eWe understand. v
their CPR skills at a Chipola 'W e wnders' n
College Public Service class
for local officers. The class
included training in CPR,
Automated External Defibril-
lator, First Aid and hazard-
ous materials. The Florida
Department of Law Enforce-
ment requires officers to up-
date these skills on a regular SUBMITTED PHOTO
basis. Chipola offers the course at a minimal fee to help officers meet
their mandatory training requirements.

Caverna Road Church of Christ

"The'churches of Christ "If any man speak, let him speak as the
greet you"
Romans 16:16 oracles of God.." 1 Peter 4:11 (KJV)
Elders: "Let the Bible speak" about...."THE LORD'S SUPPER"
Benny Carr The memorial meal was instituted by Jesus in the context of the Possover meal
David Register (Matthew 26:17-29) and is the only thing that Jesus asked His disciples to do
"in remembrance" of Him (Luke 22:14-20, 1Corinthians 11:23-26). It is clear
Raymond Chapman that the early church continued in this practice (Acts 2:42). Let us examine
Jm Swails some additional biblical tofacts concerning the Lord's Supper:
MIchael McLean 1. The disciples "come together' to break breed Acts 20:7
James Pelhm 2. They were to "wait for one another'- 1 Coar. 11:33
Glenn Ho 3. Partaking together of "one bread', they demonstrate they are
'one bread and one body" -1Cor. 10:17
Henig ry Drou~lliard '1. The biblical evidence is that it was done weekly.
a. Christians came together on the first day of the week to
"break bread' Acts 20:7
Tom Bowling b. Other indications of a weekly observance: The church at Corinth N Ow served and sold at
85-4822605 was coming together to eat the Lord's Supper -1 Car. 11:17-22
85-72-413 home c. Instructions concerning the collection suggest their coming H oney together was on the first day of the week. 1Cor. 16:1-2 M ilk an
4448 River Roa 2. "The Lord's Supper" is a very special memorial of Jesus' death
Sa. nstiuted byo Jesus Himselfd He asked His discipes to do it tin E astside P laza, M arianna.
His memory. Jesus told His disciples tht He would no t in
the elements again until:
t esr b iq o 1) "...that day when I drink it new with you in My Father's
o kingdom.' Mt 26:29 (kingdom est. on Pentecost/Acts 2)
2) '...that day when I drink it new in the kingdom of God,
ce Tes: Mk 14:25
3 Ble S~chool 1. 1 Cor. 11:27-29 '..drinks judgment to himself
2. ..let a man examine himselfr
10 Woship 3, 1 Cor. 10:21 "con't drink with cup of devils'
orship Is Communion served weekly where you worship? I
0 pFor a free, in-home Bible correspondence course
please contact the Caverns Road church office, or
My name is Tom Bowling, and I am the pulpit l i
minister for the church of Christ that meets at Caoverns 2 rso z W' I
Road here in Marianna. I would like to invite you a
to attend our services, or to contact me anytime for
prayer or Bible study. God Bless You!


Rubio, Scott urge sanctions against Venezuela

The Associated Press and the heavy-handed govern-
ment response to the demon-
DORAL U.S. Sen. Marco Ru- strations. The protests continued
bio and Florida Gov. Rick Scott Friday with scattered barricades
told a crowd of Venezuelans in blocking streets in some Caracas
Miami on Friday they are urg- neighborhoods on the second
ing the U.S. government to in- day of national holidays.
state sanctions against the South Seventeen people have died in
American country where nation- the protests, according to Ven-
wide protests against President ezuela's chief prosecutor. The m
Nicolas Maduro have turned most recent death was a youth
deadly. cleaning a street in Carabobo
Rubio has introduced a resolu- state Thursday.
tion in the Senate calling for visa The U.S. State Department has
bans and asset freezes against urged Venezuela to respect hu-
Venezuelan leaders involved in man rights and liberate mem-
human rights violations against bers of the opposition who have
protesters. Scott has sent a letter been incarcerated. On Friday,
to President Barack Obama call- Secretary of State John Kerry said
ing for similar sanctions revoking the U.S. would "examine every
the U.S. visa of anyone involved aspect of what is available to us
in the attacks. as an option here."
"President Obama doesn't need "But most importantly, we
a resolution to do that," Rubio need a dialogue within Venezu-
told more than hundred people ela," Kerry said.
gathered, many dressed in the In addition to Rubio's resolu-
blue, red and yellow colors of the tion in the Senate, a resolution
Venezuelan flag at El Arepazo 2, also has been introduced by Rep. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
a popular gathering spot for the Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla., in Surrounded by supporters of the Venezuela opposition who wear masks, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (second left)
expat community in Miami. "He the House denouncing the vio- speaks to the media in front of the El Arepazo 2 restaurant on Friday in Doral, Fla.
can do it today." lence and calling for the inter-
South Florida is home to the national community to promote Jennifer McCoy, a political sci- 'This is interference and they are literally absolutely no intrusive
largest concentration of Ven- mediation but stopping short of ence professor and Venezuela carrying out their own justice,"' engagement or effort or anything
ezuelans in the U.S. Many fled calling for the U.S. to institute expert at Georgia State Univer- McCoysaid. other than to try and have a nor-
during the presidency of the late sanctions. sity, said it would be premature The U.S. expelled three Ven- mal relationship," Kerry said.
Hugo Chavez and are stridently Five members of the Venezu- to apply sanctions until the gov- ezuelan diplomats Tesday in re- Although he was it was "not
against his successor, Madur. elan national intelligence agency ernment's investigations are car- sponse to a similar action against inappropriate" for members of
They cheered and draped Scott were arrested on murder charges ried out and it is clear who was three U.S. consular officials in Congress and others to consider
and Rubio with the Venezuelan Wednesday in connection with involved. Caracas. incentives and measures as a
flag. the shooting deaths of a 24-year- "At this point, I'd expect that Kerry said Venezuela has response to events in Venezu-
TheprotestsinVenezuelabegan old universitystudent and a gov- if sanctions were placed on in- blamed the U.S. for its own eco- ela, Kerry also said Venezuelan
as student-led demonstrations ernent supporter during pro- dividual Venezuelans while or nomic and political woes. leaders need to "reach out and
but have grown to include the tests. Three more were arrested before investigations concluded 'And so there's a fiction that has have a dialogue and bring peo-
mostly middle-class opposition, on similar charges earlier in the inside Venezuela, certainly Ven- been created where it's easy to ple together and resolve their
upset about economic problems week. ezuela would respond saying, blame us even though we've had problems."

Pilots defend safety of experimental, home-built planes
The Associated Press Lynn University's School
of Aeronautics and a U.S.
WELLINGTON Leon- Air Force fighter pilot for
ard McGarity flew count- 15 years. "But they really
less miles during a quar- are very safe airplanes, and
ter-century as an American the people that fly them are
Airlines pilot, captaining typically very safe."
the most sophisticated People who get them-
planes' in commercial selves in trouble in home-
aviation. built planes are generally
But in his spare time, pilots with "a lot of flying
the 58-year-old McGar- experience that want to
ity enjoyed outings in his go out and do more stuff
SUV-sized, experimental, than the airplane was ever
amateur-built aircraft, tak- designed to do," Johnson
ing off and landing on an said. I
airstrip within throwing It will be months before
distance from his home at the NTSB determines what
the Wellington Aero Club. caused McGarity's plane to
McGarity, the father crash. Friends speculate
of two Wellington High that a mechanical problem
School students, was killed likely caused the crash,
on impact recently when adding that McGarity was
his Sonex single-engine unlikely to have suffered a
plane plunged nose first fatal lapse in judgment.
into a golf course pond. "These are proven planes,
"With aircraft, people al- but anything can break or
ways want to know: Why THEASSOCIATEDPRESS have failure," said Kopp, a
are they falling out of the Palm Beach County Sheriff's personnel investigate the scene where single-engine, amateur-built plane crashed into a golf friend of McGarity's who
sky?" said Scott Thatcher, course pond that claimed the life 58-year-old pilot Leonard McGarity in Wellington. had flown with him. "Just
an engineer from Palm like driving down the,road,
Beach Gardens who has that plane knows he's going A 2012 study by the Na- tered in the United States like this happen, the planes you never know when
flown planes for 60-plus to put his butt and his fam- tional Transportation Safe- with about 1,000 new get a huge bad rap," said you're going to get a flat
years. "But they're not. It's ily on that airplane and go tyBoardrevealedthatama- planes added to the rolls Dr. Jeff Johnson, dean of tire."
just that it happens so in- flying with it. Sowhywould teur-built aircraft made up each year, according to
frequently that when they he cut corners and do stu- nearly 10 percent of U.S. industry sources. With
do, it's of major interest." pid things?" general aviation planes in production aircraft cost-
It's of particular interest An average home-built 2011, but accounted for ing around $250,000 along
when accidents involve plane will take anywhere 15 percent of all accidents with thousands more in
planes like the one owned between 1,000 and 3,000 and slightly more than 20 annual maintenance fees, .
by McGarity, which are de- hours to construct, accord- percent of fatal accidents, the popularity of experi-
livered in boxes via semi- ing to industry insiders. But the FAA reported mentals isn't expected to
trailer trucks, cost as little While they can be assem- last year that from Oct. 1, wane any time soon even
as $25,000 and can be as- bled within a year, former 2012, to Sept. 30, 2013, fa- after accidents like the one
sembled by anyone with U.S. Navy pilot Kenneth tal crashes in experimental that cost McGarity his life. gl !
a monkey wrench and a Kopp spent 21 monthsand planes dropped to 35 from "There are thousands of Ig o p
garage. Categorized as "ex- around $80,000 custom- 50 compared to the previ- experimental aircraft out for perspective families
perimental" by the Federal izing his RV-8 plane that ous 12 months. there being flown for thou-
Aviation Administration, he's flown for 500 hours There are around 33,000 sands of hours and when Thursday March 6th 4-6 pm
the planes are limited to and used on cross-country home-built aircraft regis- one person has something
recreational, non-com- trips. 850-526-4919
mercial purposes and must "The word experimental
have at least 51 percent of .makes some people ner- 3
its assembly completed by vous because they envi- Dayspring Christian Academy is currently accepting
an amateur builder, sion some uneducated guy applications for the 2014-2015 School Year.
Flying afficionados fear in his garage with his ham-
thatwords like "experimen- mer and blow torch hodge-
tal" and "amateur-built" podging things together,"
give the public the wrong said Kopp, a helicopter test WE OFFER:
impression. They point pilot in Jupiter. "But, by K-3 through 11th grade Traditional Classes
out that planes like Mc- andlarge, the experimental Music/Drama Physical Education
Garity's undergo rigorous market is represented by Hot Lunch Program Safe & Protected
FAA inspections and must lots of professional, well- Before/After School Care Environment
fly for up to 40 hours over educated, very meticulous Weekly ChapelServices Limited Class Sizes
unpopulated areas before kinds of people who put Copu era
they are deemed airwor- their heart and soul into Computer-Library
thy. Pilots are required to their airplanes.
maintain the same training Kopp points out that all
and ratings as those that fly planes, from Orville and
suchproduction aircraft as Wilbur Wright's first fly- r *
Cessnas or Beechcrafts. ing machine to the Boeing
William Perry, a technical 787 Dreamliner, began as
counselor for the Experi- experimental.
mental Aircraft Association "If it wasn't for experi-
and an engineer at Pratt mental planes, we wouldn't Total Gross Monthly Household Income
& Whitney in Jupiter, said have aviation today," Kopp # of People in New Renewal Applicants Only
home-built planes "are not said. "It's part of the normal Household Applicants 100% 75% 50%
Scholarship Scholarship Scholarship
scary at all." development process for 2 $2,392 $2,585 $2,779 $2,973
"Most experimental air- flying."But are experimen- 3 $3,011 $3,255 $3,500 $3,744
planes that I've inspected tal aircraft safe? 4 $3,631 $3,925 $4,220 $4,514
have superb workman- Individual owners in- 5 $4,251 $4,595 $4,940 $5,285
ship," saidfPerry, who has sist they are, although the or each additional For each additional For each additional For each additional
home-built five planes numbers are somewhat memhe member membw memher
himself. "The guy building mixed. Add $620 Add $670 Add $720 Add $771
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Other Views NEWSFEED?
7* ... IT'S MORE A
LosAngeles Times NEWSTROUGH.

on nutrition labels

The U.S. Food and Drug administration broke new
ground in consumer protection when it required, more
than 20 years ago, the now-familiar nutrition labels on
virtually every bit of packaged food. Now, the labels are
being revamped -in ways that have both benefits and
One of the most noticeable changes and the least
justifiable would be the addition of a new sub-cat-
egory: the number of grams of added sugar in the food,
in addition to the existing measure of total sugar.
But why make such a change? Doctors and dietitians THI
have declared that there is no nutritional difference
between naturally occurring sugars such as fructose (in CGCOMI C5 0 /1 201
fruit juice) and the sugars that are added. All are pro-
cessed the same way by the body; the only difference, Letters to the Editor
some scientists have found, is when the sugar occurs in
a whole, unprocessed food such as an apple. Rebuttal confi nswriter'spoints
The same isn't true, though, of the sugar in soda or
l owise. toi ae sua Re buttal confirms writers points
that in apple juice, though the proposed labels would
imply otherwise. If people want to avoid added sugar,
they just need to look at the ingredients list. To the editor: ment: "Johnson said that staff for getting the FCAT day and week after week
The FDA proposal is on firmer footing when it sug- Though the last thing in under Obama's health- writing information let- has passed and the fitness
gests listing the number of calories, the number of serv- the world I want to do is care law, the premium ters to parents. center remains closed.
ings in a container and the size of each serving in more engage in a war of words for an average plan for Thanks to the news Three months have
prominent type. The number of calories is the number with Bruce Lambert, who a family didn't go down media for publishing and now passed since we last
most consumers want to gheck, so it should be easy to on Thursday replied to by $2,500 per year, it's announcing the writing had access to the heated
locate and read. Similarly, some shoppers think that my letter to the editor gone up about $2,500 per. tests. pool and the Arthritis
the number of calories listed is the total for the package published in The Flori- year. Johnson is correct Thanks to parents for Aquatics Class at the fit-
rather than for the serving size; they don't notice that dan on Feb. 23, I can't ig- that by 2013, three years getting students to school ness center. The fitness
even a relatively small bag of chips might contain two nore the fact he confirms after the Affordable Care on time, ready to test. center's heated pool is the
or three servings, although that information is included many of the very points I Act became law, the total It was reported to me only such facility there is
on the label. A consumer who is not looking closely was trying to make in that average premium for that many schools (more within a 45 mile radius.
might think he is eating a 100-calorie snack when he is letter. employer-provided family than half) had 100 per- Our members, who come
actually consuming more like 300 calories. Mr. Lambert makes insurance had risen by cent present for testing, from their homes as far
For the same reason, the FDA wants packages of food the point that, because $2,500 per year. But ex- That is outstanding. as Greenwood, Bascom,
that might be consumed by one person at a sitting to it was the Koch Brothers' perts say there is little or Other schools had only Chattahoochee, Boni-
be relabeled as a single serving, with the total calorie super-PAC that paid for no evidence that Obam- a few students absent. fay, Blountstown, Grand
count. In other words, a 20-ounce bottle of soda, which the Steve Southerland ad, acare is responsible. We They did make up testing Ridge and Cypress as well
most people probably drink at asitting, could no longer Mr. Southerland was not rate Johnson's statement on Feb. 26. as Marianna, have relied
be counted as 2 servings. ..."a liar". However, he HalfTrue." Note: Malone's prin- on the fitness center pool
The goal is a good one: to keep consumers from be- overlooks the fact that the The point-I wanted to cipal, Doug Powell, and and the certified instruc-
ing misled. But the proposed change on these smaller ad prominently includes make in my letter is that his staff tested their 8th tors who teach the classes
packages would mean that there are no real standards and rests on the quoted Congressman Souther- and 10th grade basket- for relief from arthritis
of what constitutes a serving. A 12-ounce can of Coke words of Congressman land's (or his surrogates) ball players and cheer- pain and stiffness.
would be designated a single serving, as would a 20- Southerland, about which ad is just one example of leaders, along with the We have approached
ounce bottle of Coke -which is at least as confusing stated: the exaggeration, distor- regular group, before they the parties involved in an
as the current system. Also, one of the chief obstacles "We can sympathize tion, half-truths and yes, loaded the charter bus for effort to learn the cause
in whittling the nation's waistline is the great American with a campaign having lies we are being exposed Lakeland and the state of the delay reopening
food portion. Once labels say that 20 ounces of soda is to defend ayear-and-a- to by both parties. This is playoffs. the facility on multiple
a single serving, consumers might start thinking of that half-old quote used by an too important an issue to' We take academics occasions. We were at one
as a standard, reasonable size. They shouldn't. outside group in a TV ad. ignore. If we are to make seriously, as well as our point told that certain
But the ad doesn't make sound choices on who we athletics and other extra- papers forming the trans-
Contact your representatives clear that the quote is old want to represent us we curricular activities. fer agreement needed
and based on an outdated are entitled to the truth ... Again, thanks to every- to be redrawn and Dr.
orda Legi e report. Besides, it was and we need to use fact one for your dedication Hoffwas out-of-townron
Florida Legislature wrong when Southerland check sites to check out to the students of Jackson a vacation so the matter
State Rep. Martl Coley, R-Dlstrict 5 said it in July 2012 and what we're being told and County. would be resolved when
District Office: it's wrong now." (em- scream bloody murder Regards, he returned. A week or
Administration Building, Room 186 phasis mine). While it's when we're lied to. Our STEVE R. BENTON, so after Dr. Hoff returned
Chipola College true the ad was paid for votes are too precious to SR., SUPERINTENDENT home one of our mem-
3094 Indian Circle by surrogates, the quote throw away on candidates OF SCHOOLS JACKSON bers spoke with him and
Marianna, FL 32446-1701 from Mr. Southerland who refuse to respect us. COUNTY were told "It's out of my
ol850-718-0047 is indisputably his own You can checkfor Cottondale hands."
wwwMyFloridaHouse.gov0 words, which Factcheck. yourself what I.said about Most recently we con-
org judged to be wrong, the Southerland ad in my tacted the administrator
State Sen. Don aetz, R-District 1 both when Mr. Souther- original letter by going Getting heated up at Jackson hospital after
District Office: land said it almost 2 years to:http://www.factcheck. O rheatedl drawing up a petition
4300 Legendary Drive- ago and today. Where I org/2014/02/in-florida- over heated pool signed by some of our
Suite 230 come from .the reference ad-recycled-quote-still- I am writing as a member we intended
Destin, FL 32541 to "wrong" means his wrong/ The article member of the Arthritis to present to him in an
850-897-5747 words were a distortion; a includes charts which Aquatics Class who for effort to expedite the
866-450-4366 (toll free) lie. Furthermore, if Con- add a great deal to one's many years met three reopening'of the pool.
Gaetz gressman Southerland understanding of fact- times per week to use the He, too, told us "It's out of
Sstood for truth he should's analysis. heated pool at the fitness my hands." Management
U.. Congress point out that the ad, You can check 6ut center owned and oper- and staff at the Chipola
issued on his behalf, was Politifact's analysis of ated by the Hoff family Physical Therapy and Fit-
U.S. Rep. Steve Southerland II, R-2 not accurate. He has not Wisconsin Sen. Ron to treat and find relief for ness Center, where many
1229 Longworth House Office Building done so. Johnson's statements bur joint problems. There of us have transferred our
Washington, DC 20515 Mr. Lambert also raises cited in Mr. Lambert's are 75 active and inactive gym membership, have
202-225-5235 Politico to the level of a letter by going to: http:// members on our roster transitioned from as-
@RepSoutherland fact check site, which it and many more who par-. suring us that our use of most definitely is not. consin/statements/20.13/ ticipated with the group the former fitness center
Southeand Rather Politico is a politi- dec/5lron-johnson/ over the years. would be..."only a matter
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla. cal journalism organiza- obamacare-health-insur- When it-was announced of a few days"" to merely'
716 Hart Senate Office Building tion, which, in addition ance-premiums-havent- that Dr. Hoffwas donat- shrugging their shoulders
Washington, DC 20510 to reporting political gone-do/, ing the fitness center and saying they don't
202-224-5274 news, endorses political I did a tally of Congress- to the Jackson Hospital know when the fitness
@SenBillNelson candidates and publishes man Southerland's state- Foundation in November center will reopen. editorial content; some- ments Politifact has ana- 2013, we were assured Arthritis is a progressive
thing none of the legiti- lyzed since 2010. Their the transition to the new and crippling disease for
Nelson US. Sen. Marco Rublo, R-Fla. mate fact check sites do. 'scores" on 12 statements ownership would be which there is no cure.
317 Hart Senate Office Building For them to do so would reviewed were: True: 1, "routine" and seamless Those who suffer the dis-
Washingtori, DC 20510 compromise any claim to Mostly True: 4, Half-True as negotiations for the ease can only rely on ex-
202-224-3041 objectivity. I suggest he, 2, Mostly False 2, and transfer of ownership had ercise to slow the progress
@MarcoRubio and the reader, consult False 3. You can check been ongoing for months of the disease and delay Wikipedia for their defini- out not only the congress- before the announcement the loss of function. Pain
tion of Politico's mission. man, but also just about was made and all ele- killers relieve the some-
Rublo I was relieved when Mr. any politician you choose ments of the agreement times excruciating joint
Lambert cited Politifact in the same way by con- resolved. The newspapers pain sufferers experience
in referencing Wisconsin sulting fact check sites wrote glowingly and very when their joints swell
MUST NOT E Senator Ron Johnson's like Politifact, Snopes. positively, praising Dr. and become inflamed.
FAR AWAY.. statement that ..,"the comn and If Hoff's generosity and There is perhaps no bet-
I'M ETTIN6 ) average premium will you make it a point to do civic-mindedness. Any ter exercise program than
THE FEEN6 increase by $2,500 and that you'll have a much apprehensions we might the aquatic therapy our -
BACK IN MY not decrease by the clearer picture of who the have had about the future members have relied on
FINGERS. same amount as stated candidates are and what of our program and the to maintain joint flex-
by President (Barack) they support and tolerate continuing operation of ibility and minimize joint
Obama." (this quote is in their advertising. We the Center were, there- pain.
from Mr. Lambert's let- have a right to demand fore, put to rest Surely there must be
ter; not necessarily Sen. the truth! When the fitness center someone who can tell us
Johnson's statement, PATRICK MCGANN was closed and padlocked when, if ever, we'll regain
/ which I can't confirm Marianna on Dec. 1, 2013 we were our access to the fitness
since Mr. Lambert did not again assured that the center pool and the Ar-
identify the statement' as closing was "only tempo- thritis Aquatics program.
a quote). That, at least, Superintendent: rary" as it would require Is Dr. Hoff's great gift to
I 1 hgave me an opportunity Thanks for makin a few days to complete our community never go-
to "search" Politifact and the necessary inspections ing to bear fruit?
STIM(ER. confirm what the sena- FCAT go smoothly and certifications which WALLACE HABER, AGE
S2/24 tor and site had to say. Thanks to the entire would .allow the facility 83 YEARS
2014 Jeff Stahier/Dist. by Universal UClick for UFS Here's Politifact's assess- Jackson County school to reopen. But day after Marianna


State Briefs
.Bg. Short, polite debate in congressional race
Brothers Big Sisters
MIAMI Former Tampa The Associated Press
Mayor Pam Iorio is set to
take over as the new presi- TAMPA The three
dent and CEO of Big Broth- candidates seeking to re-
ers Big Sisters of America. place the late U.S. Rep.
The organization an- Bill Young participated in
nounced its new leader on a short, polite debate on
Friday. public television Friday.
Iorio served as Tampa's Republican David Jolly,
mayor from 2003-2011. Democrat Alex Sink and
A news release from Big Libertarian Lucas Overby
Brothers Big Sisters of answered questions and
America noted some of briefly queried one an-
Iorio's accomplishments other during the third
while in office. Those and final debate of the
included working with campaign.
diverse communities and The candidates talked
leaders, revitalizing down- about the Affordable Care
townTampa, improving Act, Social Security, cam- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
neighborhoods, reduc- paign finance reform and Republican David Jolly, Libertarian Lucas Overby, and Democrat Alex Sink debate during a "Conversation with the Candidates"
ing crime and bringing the Cuba trade embargo. last month in Seminole.
fiscal soundness to her The Affordable Care Act
city. As part of her Mayor's was the main topic and the district sometimes re- $2.5 million in advertising, died last year. Democrats on the topic in advertise-
Mentoring Program, she came up in the first five ceive two or three fliers a mostly aimed at criticizing are hopeful that this will ments and statements. He
partnered with Big Broth- minutes. Jolly said the day from the parties and Jolly's time as a lobbyist. be the year that they wrest said that he "embraces"
ers Big Sisters and offered act should be repealed, political action groups, Absentee ballots seem to the seat out ofthe hands of exceptions for abortion
employees paid time off to and Sink said it should be and ads have blanketed hold no clues about who is Republicans in the swing- that include rape, incest
mentor kids. fixed. the airwaves. The special winning. According to the voting district. Young, a or to save the life of the
Political experts say that election is March 11. Pinellas CountySupervisor Republican, was in office mother and said gender
A stolen from Cuban this election is a test case As of early February, of Elections office, 193,806 for more than 40 years.. discrimination in wages
for whether the act will be the National Republican ballots were mailed. As of During the one spark in should be illegal.
mu m rec d a major issue in the mid- Congressional Commit- Feb. 27, 42 percent of the the debafe when the After the debate, Overby
HAYANA- Dozens of term elections, and Re- tee was spending more ballots that were returned candidates were able to and Jolly met with report-
works of art were secretly publicans especially are than $200,000 on televi- so far were from Republi- ask questions of one an- ers and Jolly expanded on
taken from a storage faci- road-testing strategy in sion ads opposing Sink, cans, 40 percent were from other Sink asked Jolly his abortion comments,
ity at Cuba's flagship Na-. this race. in addition to three Re- Democrats and 19 percent about his stand on Roe v. saying that he is anti-abor-
tional Museum of Fine Arts Millions of dollars have publican groups plowing were registered to "Other" Wade and paying women tion and would like to see
and some have surfaced been spent in this race by $1.2 million into the race. political parties. equal pay for equal work. Roe v. Wade overturned.
across the Florida Straits in both Democrats and Re- Democrats, meanwhile, The three are seeking to Jolly said Sink has "mis- Sink did not speak with
Miami, museum and gal- publicans. Residents in have reserved more than fill the term of Young, who represented" his views reporters after the debate.
lery officials said Friday.
In a statement posted
online, Cuba's governmen-
tal National Council of 1 mains the heart and soul vide the 14-and-under age
Cultural Heritage acknowl- J i ce of "2 Fit2 Squeal," she said. bracket if enough young
edged what it called a ma- The longer race was added people of various ages en-
jor loss for the museum, From Page 1A to give experienced long- ter the race.
located on a main boule- distance runners a race The winners will be rec-
vard in central Havana. ability levels and ages, and of the type they like, and ognized and honored at
"Last week it was de- the 10K run pushes partic- to challenge the typically a.m. Saturday on the cen-
tected that there was an ipants a little harder, with shorter-distance runners ter stage.
important disappearance several hills and turns who wanted to try a bit of "We are so proud of the
of pieces from a ware- along the course to chal- a longer run. local community stepping
house of artwork... of the lenge them. She'shopingmoremoms, up to do these things, and
National Museum of Fine Lamb is hoping the dads and grandparents excited to have people
Arts," the council said. young and young at heart will bring their youngsters coming from all over to
It added that there was will add a little visual fun out for a family walk/run participate as well," Lamb 4-,'A
no sign of forced entry, and by wearing pink or evef in the 5K this year, and she said. ,"The strong local
so far it had not been pos- wearing a costume to sig- also hopes many of those showing demonstrates Saturday, March 8, 2014
sible to determine when nify the glory of the pig. who used to take part will that we're a community at 6:00pm .1.
the:theft took place. This is the festival's sixth return. She asks the adults aware of the importance
"The wrongdoers cut the annual event for runners/ to be on the course with of fitness and that we have J C Conference Center 0
works and restacked the walkers it was knQwn their children if they feel people who are willing to (AG EXTENTION OFFICE)
frames in an orderly way for the first three years as their youngsters are of the take time out of their day 2741 Penniylvania Ave.
that could not be detected The Smiling Pig. age/temperament that to maybe come out with Marianna, FL 32448
by a simple glance,"it said. Both races start at 8 a.m., would make supervision their kids and do some- loBr caipont b sorleefed pant rin
and participants can save appropriate. thing fun to show that Contact: Bill Conrad 850-658-0028
Truck smashed by a little money by prereg- As for the 10K, it usu- commitment."
commuter train istering via an entry form ally draws about 30, and
available on line at www. Lamb is hoping for an up-
AKE WORTH -A man tick there, too. "It's a killer D T l T
was able to get out of his or by calling Lamb at 557- course, but it's sure to get
truck just moments before 0982. The entry fee is $20 you fit," she said.
officials say it was hit by a before race day and $25 Both courses will be
South Florida commuter at the venue. There's also clearly marked with di-
train, a discount for people 21 rectional pointers at key
Varoly Olivares says he years of age and younger. places along the way.
was following GPS direc- They'll pay $15 whether Race-day registration
tions in Lake Worth just they register ahead oftime will be held from 6:40-
after 5 a.m. Friday when or on the day of the race. 7:40 a.m. at a booth on the
he turned onto the rail- That carrot is being of- Citizens Lodge grounds,
road tracks. By the time fered in hopes of enticing headquarters for the fes-
he realized his error and more young people to get tival at large. Those who
tried to back off, his truck involved, Lamb said. preregister can pick up
got stuck. Then he saw a She's hoping that might their race packets Friday
southbound Tri-Rail train help reinvigorate the 5K, between 4:30-7:30 p.m.
heading right for him. although she's happy to Gate admission applies.
The Palm Beach Post report that more than 80 The race packet includes FR IE N D S &
reports that Olivares typically show up to take an event T-shirt and some
escaped, butkis truck was part in that event. She re- giveaways.
wrecked.The crash held members a time when the Both courses begin near
uptrafficforseveralhours. 5K drew 180. The drop- the border of the festival
away happened around grounds, offCavernsRoad.
Man gets 5 years for the same time the 10Kwas There will be one water SU N DAY O N LY
$30M contract fraud added, Lamb said. She's station on the 5K course
not sure why it happened, and two on the 10K.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. but she wants people to There will be trophies
-A Florida man was know that no slight was and medals for the top
sentenced to five years intended when the extra, male and female finishers
in prison Friday for his longer race was added on. in all age groups. Lamb EXTENDED HOURS TO 10 P.M.
role in a $30 million fraud The 5K walk/run re- said she will further subdi-
and bribery scheme that .....................................................................................
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GAO report: Too few pilots or too little pay?

The Associated Press cupation, as evidence that large pool of qualified pi- pilots employed went up
there is adequate supply," lots exists relative to the 12 percent. Both trends are
WASHINGTON The the report said. projected demand, but inconsistent with a short-
nation's regional airlines The U.S. airline industry l whether such pilots are age, the report said.
are having trouble hiring will need to hire 1,900 to willing or available to work At the same time, pilot
enough pilots, the govern- 4,500 new pilots annually at wages being offered is qualifications have been
ment says, suggesting one over the next 10 years due unknown," the report said. ramped up. Both captains
reason may be that they to an expected surge in re- And, the size of the pilot and first officers need at
simply don't pay enough. tirements of pilots reach- pool has remained steady least 1,500 hours of flying
A pool of qualified pilots ing age 65 and increased since 2000, the report said. experience, although there
is available, but it's unclear demand for air travel, the There are 66,000 pilots are some exceptions. First
whether they are willing report said. working for U.S. airlines, officers used to need just
to work for low entry-level Eleven out of 12 regional but there are 109,465 ac- 250 hours.
wages, the Government airlines failed to meet their tive pilots with a first-class In a statement, the trade
Accountability Office said hiring targets for entry- medical certificate who are group for regional airlines
in a report released Friday. level pilots last year, the licensed to fly airline pas- blamed that rule for the pi-
One key economic indi- report said. However, no sengers, the report said. lot shortage and called on
cator supports the emer- major airlines were expe- An additional 100,000-plus Congress to address it. "Its
gence ofa shortage, some- riencing problems finding THEASSOCIATEDPRESS pilots with commercial li- impact has proven more
thing regional airlines have pilots. Two pilots from Cathay Pacific walk through Hong Kong censesmightatsomepoint immediate and significant
complained of and point Regional carriers account International Airport in Hong Kong. choose to pursue an airline than analysts predicted,"
to as a reason for limit- for about half of all domes- career, the report said said Roger Cohen, presi-
ing service to some small tic airline flights. One big pay significantly higher Earlier this month, Wyo- The unemployment rate dent of the Regional Air-
communities. But two oth- concern is that communi- salaries than regional car- ming-based Great Lakes for professional pilots is line Association.
er indicators suggest the ties servedonlybyregional riers and frequently hire Airlines ended service in very low, only 2.7 percent. The new regulations
opposite is true, GAO said. airlines will see their ser- pilots from regionals. The a handful of small towns, That .would normally in- stem from an aviation
Also, two studies reviewed vice reduce or eliminated, average starting salary for citing a dearth of qualified dicate a shortage, but that safety law Congress passed
by the GAO "point to the Five regional airlines told first officers, also called, pilots. The pilots associa- might not be the case, GAO more than three years ago
large number of qualified GAO they are,already lim- co-pilots, at regional air- tion says Great Lakes pays said. Average professional after the 2009 crash of a
pilots that exist, but may iting service because of a lines is $22,400 a year, ac- newly hired first officers pilot salaries went down regional airliner near Buf-
be working abroad, in the pilot shortage. cording to the Air Line Pi- $16,500 a year. 9.5 percent from 2000 to falo, N.Y., that was blamed
military or in another oc- Major airlines, generally lots Association. "Data indicate that a 2012, while the number of on pilot error.

1880s Jacksonville couldn't flee yellow fever epidemic
BY MEREDITH RUTLAND- ' The city stank of smoke collapsed at their desks practices changed.
The Florida Times-Union and disinfectant. Disease, when the illness struck. Instead of burning
it was thought, was spread The editor, Edwin Mar- homes, health officials
JACKSONVILLE This is through filth, tin, was among those who focused on killing mos-
a story about death carts, Families hung yellow died of yellow fever. In a quitoes with insecticides.
orphans, yellow flags, mos- flags to warn neighbots, letter to a friend, he stated: Epidemics of the virus con-
:quitoes and a battle for and black ones soon after. "I fully appreciate the dan- tinued to affect U.S. cities
survival in a diseased city. Neighbors took care of or- gers we incur here. But I until 1905.
It's a story you probably phaned children. A news-. had rather fall at the post Yellow fever still rages
_haven'theard, unless you're ''' paper employee found one of duty than to live with the. across tropical areas, such
a Florida history buff, be- young boy wandering the conscience of having de- as South America and cen-
cause it's a tale generations streets and crying. His par- serted it." tral Africa. Today, there is
old. ents were dead, he told the. After months of illness, a vaccine to prevent the
It's been more than a cen- man, and he hadn't eaten city leaders decided to get disease, and cases in the
tur] since the state's worst in a day. everyone out of Jackson- U.S. are very rare and are
yellow fever epidemic Residents tried every- ville. Refugee camps were contracted while traveling
swept through Jacksonville, thing they c6uld think of set up in the countryside in internationally.
killing about 450 people to stop the spread of dis- every direction, and resi-
and infecting about 4,700 ase. They burned infected dents went there in droves. BEFORE
more. The outbreak was so clothes, scorched homes New cases kept pouring
bad'it prompted nearly ev- and.lit bonfires of pine and iu until, finally, a winter THE
ery city in the South to ban tar in the streets a type chill came through town.
Jacksenville.residents from Iof purification byfire.They Week after week, temper- BOTTOM
seeking refuge. even blasted off cannons atures got colder, killing
As a result, state leaders every night,, hoping the the mosquitoes that were DROPS
created the Florida State reverberations in the air spreading the disease.
Board of Health on Feb. 20, might kill the infection. #rost covered the ground
1889, which was forerun- -The creeping sickness on one November morn-
ner to the Florida Depart- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS made Jacksonville eerily ing, and weary residents SELL YOUR
ment of Health. County A monument memorializing the yellow fever victims of 1888- quiet at night. Windows took it as a sign the worst
health departments across 89 stands in a corner of the H. Warren Smith Cemetery, at shut and doors locked, few was over. GOLD
Florida marked the 125th the intersection of Beach Boulevard and Penman Road, in left their homes. It was al- By December, the epi-
anniversary recently. Jacksonville Beach. most as if they were keep- demic was declared to AT
There are no living eye- cross, Ga., a town.that ini- to Lake Worth but was for- ing watch against "Yellow be over, and residents in
-witnesses to this era, but tially only let Jacksonville bidden to dock. They sailed Jack," as the fever was nick- camps arid other cities re-
.the history books tell the residents pass through 'to St. Augustine, but they named, for fear it would turned home.
tale of the 1888 epidemic on train and later banned were kept from landing break in like a burglar. Only During the outbreak, SMiTH SMlI
that turned Jacksonville them altogether. there, too. the rattling carts carrying only a handful of scientists L R
into a war zone against an People kept an eye out They tried one more fever victims broke the suspected the true cause: a
invisible enemy. for cars trying to slip into time, in Fernandina. The silence. specific type of mosquito. Paid on Site
The deadly illness crept town. docks were guarded by Most who chose to stay In 1900, it was confirmed 4432 Lafayette Street
into the city at a time when "A carload of Jacksonville armed men, who refused got sick. A special group these tiny bugs, not air- 526-5488
businessmen and fami- refugees who were en route to let the group dock even was formed to fight the borne germs, spread yel-
lies with stability on their to Chattanooga were met when their children cried, disease, the Jacksonville low fever, and preventive
minds were moving to the at the depot by the mayor The group turned back Auxiliary Sanitary Associa-
big city of Jacksonville, and Board of Health, and to sea and was caught in tion, to clean up the city.
which had about 19,000 not permitted to remain," a powerful storm. It is be- Its president died of yellow
residents near the urban the Times-Union reported lieved that none survived. fever.
core and tens of thou- onAug. 12,1888. Only a few cities, includ- Doctors and nurses stood
sands more in surrounding In Nassau County, as in ing Atlanta and Hender- their ground and tended'to
areas. other parts of the South, sonville, N.C., welcomed their patients, even as their r +t
Richard D. McCormick, a residents stood guard at- the desperate refugees. colleagues fell ill around
salon .owner from Tampa, train stations. Those residents who' them.
was visiting the bustling "The citizens were armed were trapped on all sides "I shall never forget the a V i S
north Florida port and and would not permit the struggled.. Business froze horrors of those first two + k __r
business center that July train to stop, and threat- once trains stopped car- weeks as long as I live," a VS. ot her
He was resting in his Grand ened to fire on the engi- rying goods in and out of nurse at St. Luke's Hospi- +
Unionhotel roomwhen the neer if he permitted it," the town. Even mail stopped. tal told the Times-Union in De n t
telltale symptoms began. Times-Union wrote about No one in the city knew 1888.
Sudden chills, agonizing Callahan. what carried the disease, Times-Union reporters, pro VIders
pain, a yellow tinge in his Boatswerelittlehelp. One and they fought this invis- editors and printers who
eyes. It was yellow fever, group of refugees, led by an ible killer the only way they refused to leave came down
a swift and experienced East Side carpenter, sailed knew how. with yellow fever, and some
Health workers tried to '
.isolatehim intime, butnew ERY UR
cases sprang up days later. ...... : .
They, too, were rushed intoy RI E BI B U L E.. '
quarantine in secret. -_
Within days, hundreds t : Jcc-ick n -:: n-u-n
of residents fled town. W W; :0:PEOPLES CHO ICEIn N IWINNE
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Marianna Chapel will be held at 9:00 A.M. Family will receive many nieces and nephews. cember 4, 2013. Survivors
Funeral Home until time of service, friends Monday, March 3, Funeral services will be include his parents Lee and From Page 1A
3960 Lafayette Street Marianna Chapel Funer- 2014 from 6:30 to 8:00 PM held on Monday, March 3, Ashley McKeithan and sis-
Marianna, Florida 32446 al Home is in charge of ar- at James & Sikes Funeral 2014 at 10:00 A.M. in the ter Mary Tanner "food deserts," and SB
Phone 850-526-5059 rangements. Home Maddox Chapel. Marianna Chapel Funeral McKeithan of Mobile, Ala- 552, related to elec-
Expressions of sympathy Expressions of sympathy Home with interment will bama; Grandparents Lynn tronic benefits transfer.
may be submitted online at may be made online at follow in the Sims Ceme- and Theresa McKeithan of systems at certain pro-
Susan Gay tery. Cypress, Florida and Andy duce-selling markets.
A time of visitation will and Nancy Tanner of Mo- Also planned is a
Susan "Elaine" Gay age MariannaChapel be held one hour prior to bile, Alabama; Great pair of presentations.
42 of Alford passed away Funeral Home service time, 9:00 A.M. Grandmother Florence pair of presentations.
on Tuesday, December 11, 3960 Lafayette Street Monday, March 3, 2014. Newsome of Mobile, Ala- The first will cover the
2012 in Jackson Hospital. Marianna, Florida 32446 Marianna Chapel Funer- bama; Great Grandfather Wakulla Environmen-
Elaine was born on Octo- Phone 850-526-5059 al Home is in charge of ar- James W. McKeithan of tal Institute Oyster
ber 10, 1970 in Jackson rangements. Fayetteville, North Caroli- Aquaculture Program
County and was a member James & Sikes Funeral Expressions of sympathy na; and Aunts Amanda Ty- and the second will
of the Pinnacle Church. Home may be submitted online at ler (John) of Spanish Fort, discuss agritourism.
She enjoyed working at MaddoxChapel Alabama and Allison Allen The Florida Agrito-
The Oaks Restaurant, sew- 4278 Lafayette Street (Jack) of Mobile, Alabama. urism Association will
ing and spending time with Marianna, Fl 32446 James & Sikes Arrangements for Hayes bring a panel to tell
her family and friends. 850.482.2332 Funeral Home are being handled by senators about the im-
Elaine is survived by her .Jamesandsferalhomcom Maddox Chapel Pinecrest Funeral Home senators about the im-
Elaine is survived by her Jamesandsike'fuke m 4278 LafayetteaStreet rD up Idand pact of agritourism on
father David Wilkes of 4278 LafayetteStreet (1939 Dauphin Island Park- pact of agritourism on
Staer Dkaveid Wil es ot Marianna, Fl 32446 way (251)478-5227), Mo- the state. The oppor-
Stark a n her mother y Hazel Elaine 850.482.2332 bile, Alabama. tunity to do so arose
companion. Lewis Ham of Hill Information provided by from association board
Alford, two daughters James & Sikes Maddox members recently tak-
Bridget Strickland of Ma- Mrs. Hazel Elaine Hill of Louie Lee Corinne Chapel, Marianna. ing agritourism expert
rianna, and Gabby Wilkes Demorest, GA, formally of Elizabeth James & Sikes Jane Eckert to meet
of Compass Lake, step son Marianna, FL, passed away Lewis Funeral Home with key legislators and
Cameron Ham of Alford, Friday, February 28, 2014 MacDowall MaddoxChapel staff members, which
step daughter Candy Ham after a brief illness. She was Louie Lee Lewis age 84 of 4278 Lafayette Street drew the attention
of Cottondale, two brothers 85. Marianna passed away on Corinne Elizabeth Marianna, F 32446 of Montford, who in-
Buford Taylor of Cumber- Mrs. Hill was born in Friday, February 28, 2014 one zabe 850.482.2332 structed his staff to put
land, Kentucky and John- Dale County, Alabama to at his residence. Mr. Lewis MacDowal 66, of agritourism on the next
ny Wilkes of Palatka, Fl, the late William Harvey lived in Jackson County for na died Saturday, March 1, committee agenda
four sisters Stella Stanley of Tharpe and Leona Hender- 60 years and was of the 2014 in Marianna. committee agenda.
Cottondale, Krystal Fronke sonTharpe. Baptist faith. He was an Arrangements will be an- Richard On the invitation of
of Newton, AL,April Wilkes She a pr avid fish r sps nounced by James & Sikes Homer Hirt, chairman
oIf Palatka, Fd and Sue dre- Funeral Home Maddox Wayne Moss of RiverWay South
ofdeath by her husband, J.D. er and devoted husband
Wilkes of Ocala, FL, two Hill; an infant son; one sis- and father. The Atlanta Chapel. Apalachicola Choc-
grandchildren Sebastian .ter and three brothers. Braves and FSU were his James & Sikes Richard Wayne Moss, 63, tawhatchee, Eckert
Aranda of Compass Lake She is survived by daugh- favorite sports teams. Funeral Home of Marianna died Friday, recently presented
and Laura Aranda of Con- ter and son-in-law, Janet He was preceded in Maddox Chapel February 28, 2014 at his a seminar in Quincy
pass Lake, one step grand- and Francis Surovec; son death by his parents Jessie 4278 Lafayette Street residence. to a crowd of current
child Delana Hamm and and daughter-in-law, Hil- and Dovie Bell Lewis, two Marianna, Fl 32446 Arrangements will be an- hopeful opera-
her dear friend Randy ton and Cindy Hill, .all of sisters, Leona Adkins and 850.482.2332 nounced by James & Sikes or She i he C of
Hatcher of Marianna. Cleveland, GA; grand- Pearl Goodman, 3 brother, .a dsfahom.c uneral Home Maddox tE rt A iMarke igof
Services for Elaine will be daughter Lauren Hill of Leroy Lewis, Leonard Lewis sEpecializes ing
held at 10:00 A.M. on Sat- Clyde, NC and grandson andWilber Lewis. which specializs
urday, December 15, 2012 Jordon Hill of Tampa, FL. Survivors include his loy- Hayes oseph agritourism.
in the Marianna Chapel one brother also survives, ing wife of 65 years, Mar- M eithan RiverWay. South-
Funeral Home with the Funeral services will be guerite Lewis; daughter, McKethan Apalachicola/Choc-
RFuneral services will be guerite Lewis;prmoe
Rev. Tracy Boggs officiat- held Tuesday, March 4, Brenda Lewis Avery (.K.); Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. tawhatchee promotes
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T ackson County
SToys for Tots coor-
j dinator Tom Perry
(left) presents an
award to restaurant
owner Mark Panichel-
la of Madison's Ware
house on Friday in
Marianna. Madison s
.emerged victorious
over Beef O'Brady's
and Ruby Tuesday
in the first-ever Toys
for Tots Restaurant
Challenge, raising the
most money for the
charitable organiza- KRISTIE CLOUD/ FLORIDAN
Trackson Hospital staffers and area pageant queens cut the ribbon tion in 2013. Perry said he plans to make the restaurant challenge an
ackson Hospital staffers and area pageant queens cut the ribbon
T -4. &I-- f _*-- M ea~r-- Brmingh A.. A X--- eanntial part of Toys for Tots' fundraising efforts.
Iat the hospital's new Infusion Center, on Thursday in Marianna. anntal part of Toys for Tots' fundraising efforts.
Debbie Matthews, director of infusion, said the center featur-
mg new chairs, each with its own T e and several treatment rooms h A sellout crowd of more Prough said:
- will make infusion treatments more accessible to patients. Mat- ipo than 2,000 fans packed the "Graduation is an impor-
s the ce er health center when new tant event in the lives our
thews said this is the only center of its kind in the county. o From Page lA state champion Malone students. We considered
o iplayed archrival Mari- holding the ceremony in
City items, such as a variance sessment, studies for the hosts more than 1,000 anna in the gym earlier our new Center for the
request from Evangel fire/police pension plans high school seniors in the this season. The gym was Arts, but this would have
Worship Center, a grant and more. gym each year for Senior also packed for Chipola's limited the number of
From Page 1A application for Caledo- The public is welcome Day. For 17 years, the gym Homecoming on Feb. 22. guests that each graduate
nia/McPherson parking to attend the workshop was home to the Florida The Chipola commence- could invite. By moving
The agenda for that improvements, purchases at 4 p.m. Monday and the College System State Bas- ment ceremony, which is (the commencement cer-
meeting has public comrn- for the MERE Complex, meeting at 6p.m. Tuesday. ketball Tournament. The customarily uheld in the emonyto) the Civic Center,
ment scheduled from the alcohol consumption ap- Both will take place in the tournament will be played gym, has been moved to our graduates can invite all
Rev. Ronald Mizer and proval for the Main Street city commission meeting in Ocala at the College of the Dothan Civic Center. of their family and friends
Tommie Speights, as well St. Patrick's Day Festival, room of City Hall, 2898 Central Florida for at least In a statement, Chipola to celebrate this important
as a number of business a possible fire services as- Green St. in Marianna. the next three years. College President Gene accomplishment."

near Birmingham, Ala., braries, so the challenge service throughout the that have drawn more us- for the Jackson County
es and has worked in urban will be to provide library county. Using this infor- ers in. Public Library? I want
community college librar- services to the areas of the mation, decisions will be Hynes said she wants the library to be an inte-
From Pagel 1A ies and in other public li- county that don't have a made about the best ways people to talk with her gral part of people's daily
braries, most recently in physical library facility. to serve the citizens. ... directly, as wellaspartici- lives, a place where they
charming, and I thought' Nashville. If you check the library's We will also focus on how pate in focus sessions. She go for information and
it was truly the perfect Since her interview, website, http://ww.jcfpfl. to increase usage of the also hopessomeextiavol- entertainment, a place
fit for me. I'm considering Hynes has started fa- org/, you will see that the library by children and unteers will surface over where they know they will
moving herelater on, once miliarizing herself more Friends -of the Library teens and nontraditional time. "With funding cuts always be welcome and
school is out for summer, thoroughly with the local have been holding fo- groups. I have ideas on so prevalentthesedays, li- valued, no matter who
butthereare a lotofthings library system. She's de- cus groups this month how to do that and am braryvolunteersaremore theyareorwhattheircir-
I have to do before I can pending in part on public to find out what people looking forward to trying valuable than ever, and cumstances may be," she
make that decision; In the input to help her as she want in the way of library new things." there are always ways for wrote. "I want the library
meantimewe'reinDothan, strives to maintain and services. A consultant She said she has been their time and talents to be to be part of everyone's
and I'm really enjoying be- improve the service. was hired to survey the impressed by recent pro- put to good use," she said. daily 'to-do' list. And I
ing back dowrn this way." "There are nine incor- system and make rec- grams that existing staff In her e-mail, Hynes had want them to know that
Hynes started her career porated towns in Jackson ommendations on how members and supporters one closing statement. we are happy for them to
in a small public library County, but only two li- to improve the library's have implemented, things "What is my ultimate goal be there."

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Wimter-weary Americans plead: Get me out of here

The Associated Press and his wife will take their
4-year-old son and 5-year-
CHICAGO Shannon old daughter to Manzanil-
Frauenholtz has had it lo, Mexico, a resort on the
with winter. Barely able Pacific ocean.
to stomach the televi- "That's near the equator,
sion news with its images right? It's got to be pretty
of snowbound cars, she warm," Tuttle said, adding
heads to the tanning salon, that "a lot of sand castles
closes her eyes and imag- are in my future."
ines she's back in Mexico, Just how many more
where she's already vaca- people are trying to get out
tioned once this winter. of the ice box is unclear.
She's toyed with the idea Airlines do not release any
of joining her mother in route-specific data. And
Hawaii or just driving to an although the government
indoor water park, figuring tracks some of it, figures
that while the palm trees will not be released for six
might be plastic and the months.
"beach" smells of chlorine, But other travel statistics
at least it's warm. suggest there has been a
"I don't need a vacation. I jump. The
don't need the relaxation," travel site found that the
said Frauenholtz, of New number of hotel bookings
Ulm, Minn. "I just need the in warm-weather spots
heat." made by customers from
All over the Midwest Illinois, New York, Massa-
and the East Coast, travel chusetts and the Washing-
agents are being inundat- ton, D.C, area rose 7 per-
ed with a simple request: cent in January compared
Get me out of here. And with last year.
travelers fortunate enough Vikit Florida says hotel THEASSOCIATED PRESS
to have escaped are beg- bookings in the state rose A fiberglass mannequin rests atop a taxi in Philadelphia promoting the warmth of Florida as winter rolls on in the northern parts
ging hotels to let them stay 3 percent in the four weeks of the country with the return of yet another polar vortex-like storm system. Florida resorts and other tourist operations have
a little longer. ending Feb. 15 compared been fueling this with email and other ad campaigns dangling a little sunshine and beach scenes in front of us.
Because they know how with the same period last
miserable people are, year. And the Recreational
warm-weather destina- Vehicle Industry Associa-
tions in California, Arizona lion reports that RV parks
and Florida have stepped from Florida to Arizona re-
up their enticements. port are packed, with one
Trains and billboards in Arizona park expecting a l
Chicago have been plas- 6 percent increase in rev-
.tered with ads showing enue over last year.
beaches and pool scenes. Travelers are also staying
In Philadelphia, one pro- longer once they arrive.
moter put fiberglass man- Micah Hilgendorf said
nequins dressed in flip the thought of heading
flops, tank tops and shorts back to ice-covered Chi- 2
atop taxis with their arms cago, where he owns a
outstretched a whim- couple of bars, prompted
sical inducement to "fly" him to tack on three days
south. in Florida before and after
Reminding Americans a cruise out of Miami. He
that there are places where also flew to Palm Springs, Sw ith d
nose hairs don't freeze is an Calif., for four days. S, t
annual tradition. But those "All of that is last-minute
in the business of luring because of the weather,"
visitors to warmer climates Hilgendorf said.
say it's rarely been easier Dave Knieriemen, a re-
than this season, when tired engineer from Fre-
"polar vortex" has entered mont, Ohio, is doing the
the everyday vocabulary same thing.
and "Chi-beria" has be- "We've reserved a room
come popular enough to for another night in case
emblazon on T-shirts. our flight gets canceled
"This year we wanted to because of the weather,"
have a little more fun with he said this week from
it," said Susannah Costello, Arizona as he watched the
of Visit Florida, the state's Cleveland Indians play a
official marketing orga- spring training game. "And
nization, which came up it's so horrible (in Ohio)
with the mannequin idea. we might stay a bit longer,
The ads showing chil- anyway."
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State champs return home


LEFT: The Malone Tigers return home Friday with their 14th state championship. RIGHT: Antwain Johnson, Alonze Bailey and Chai Baker show off the Tigers' championship trophy as well as signs
made for them at the welcome home rally Friday in Malone.

Tigers come 'out of nowhere' for 14th championship

BY DUSTIN KENT Malone junior guard Antwain championship. "They had each other's back and hadzero drama al year. Johnson joking in Thursday's "For it to kind of come out
We didn't even have an argument inpractie. They wulddjust postgame press conference that of nowhere like it did, it's just a
The Malone Tigers boys bas- come in and do tir things and layfor each other and they the Tigers couldn't make sim- team that had belief and a faith.
ketball team returned home eip a ple layups, saying, "If I was the I really think it played a part in
from Lakeland on Friday after- werefortunate toget a rewardfor that." coach, I would've quit." it," Malone coach Steven Welch
noon, bringing with them the Steven Welch, Gone was the size, depth, and said. "They had each other's
trophy representing the 14th Malone head coach much of the experience of last backs and had zero drama all
state championship in school year's group, with the new Tigers year. We didn't even have an ar-
history won by toppling Hamil- going 24-0 in district play and 4- Holmes County led by McDon- returning just three players from gument in practice. They would
ton County 78-61 on Thursday 0 against archrival Marianna. aid's All-American and current last year's team and counting just come in and do their things
afternoon. But the Tigers didn't get the Florida Gators freshman Chris on a handful of newcomers like and play for each other, and they
It was the first state title for ending they were looking for Walker. sophomores Chancellor Lockett were fortunate to get a reward
Malone since 1998 and one that in either season, falling in the With Malone losing seven se- and Xavier Gray, juniors Cody for that."
was not expected or predicted by regional finals both years, first niors off of last year's squad, in- Henson and Jarmel Dillard, and Malone came out of the gates
manybefore theyear--certainly at home to Chipley in 2012 and cluding current Chipola player freshman Taqualan Brelove. strong with four straight wins
not to the same degree as in the then to Holmes County in Boni- Ty Baker and fellow starters Aus- The Tigers still had a pair of by huge margins against over-
previous two seasons. fay in 2013. tin Williams and Anthony Spei- veteran stars to rely on in John- whelmed district opponents,
The Tigers were among the Both of those teams went on to ghts, it seemed that the Tigers son and senior Chai Baker, but but the Tigers got a dose of real-
most dominant 1A teams in re- win state championships, with might have missed their cham- with so many questions about ity when the Bulldogs turned the
cent years in both the 2011-12 Chipley being led by senior stars pionship window, the rest of the roster, this seemed tables in the rivalry with a 58-45
and 2012-13 seasons, posting and Division-I guards Alex Ham- It certainly appeared that way like a bad bet to be the team that
25 victories each time while ilton.and Cameron Dozier, and during the summer season, with finally brought Malone another See TIGERS, Page 2B

Marianna Baseball

Bulldogs lose heartbreaker to West Florida

BY DUSTIN KENT The Bulldogs had a chance to walks with six strikeouts. extend the game in the bottom Walker Roberts started on the Austin
of the ninth when Reid Long mound for Marianna and gave Torbett (4)
The Marianna Bulldogs suf- doubled deep into the right up five runs in 5 1/3 innings on is out at
fered a heartbreaking home loss centerfield gap to score Trent three hits and two walks with third in a
Friday night, falling to the West Nobles, but Long tried to extend four strikeouts, though only close game
Florida Jaguars 8-7 in nine in- it to a triple and was thrown out one of the runs was earned, as Friday night
nings to drop to 0-3 in District 1 at third base for the final out of the Bulldogs' defense strug- between
competition and 1-4 overall. the game. gled all night with bight total Marianna
Marianna came into the gamre Luke Ostergaard got the vic- errors. and the
in desperate need of a district tory for West Florida for 2 2/3 The first West Florida run of West
winm after losses to Pensacola innings of relief, allowing one the game came on a dropped Florida
Catholic and Walton, but it was earned run on three hits and two fly ball in left field that brought Jaguars.
the Jaguars who instead moved walks, while Long took the loss Nick Lackey to the plate, and the The
to 2-0 in league play thanks to a after going the final two innings Jaguars added three runs in the wo Juars
huge two-RBI double in the top and surrendering three runs -
of the ninth by Kyle Harrison. on earned on a hit and three See BULLDOGS, Page 2B KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN

Chipola Baseball High School Softball

Chipola batters Grand Rapids Sneads stays dominant

in doubleheader sweep Friday in district with victory
BY DUSTIN KENT get the win, giving up four un-
BY DUSTIN KENT earned runs on three hits and two walks with 12
The Sneads Lady Pirates strikeouts.
The Chipola Indians rolled over Grand erided the week with two more Williams also
Rapids in the first of two weekend dou- big district wins, starting with had a hit and two
bleheaders on Friday afternoon, winning Thursday's 10-4 victory over RBIs at the plate,
both in five innings by scores of 12-2 and Cottondale and ending with with Emily Glover, Casey Gro-
15-5. Fridaynight's five-inning de- ver, Tina Greene and Mallory
Chipola's offense rolled over Grand Rap- molition of Blountstown 15-1. McDaniel all adding two hits
ids pitching on the day, totaling 20 hits and In Thursday's game, Sneads and an RBI.
hitting five home runs. scored a run in the first, four in Gracie Zick and Connor Mel-
Cody Landford hit two homers in the first the second, and two in the third vin each had doubles for Cot-
win, going 2-for-4 with four RBIs and two before Shelbi Byler's three-run tondale and Andrea Sampson
runs, while Bert Givens was 2-for-2 with a home run in the top of the sixth had a single.
home run, four RBIs, and two runs. inning made it a 10-2 lead. On Friday, the Lady Pirates
Kevin Santa was 2-for-3 with a double and Cottondale got two runs in were even more dominant
two runs and Josh Merrigan drove in two the home half of the sixth, but in racking up a season-high
runs and scored one. KRISTIE CLOUD/FLORIDAN could get no closer against 16 hits led by three each
Chipola pitcher Michael Mader (15) pitches Friday against Sneads starter Brooke Wil-
See INDIANS, Page 2B Grand Rapids at Chipola. liams, who went the distance to See SNEADS, Page 2B

See the weekly
outdoors column on
Page 4B.



s 3is High School Softball

MWh Marianna irls split week's games
Monday Laurel Hill
BY DUSTIN KENT Lady Bulldogs on Friday na's only run, but Brink- said after the game. "We got innings and pitched well,
Tesday Graeve night, allowing just two meier got two groundouts runners on, but we couldn't, giving up two earned runs
odaland base-runners and a strikeout to end the get them across. We put the on five hits and four walks
; ariana The Marianna Lady Bull- through six threat and the game. ballin play, but alot of them with two strikeouts.
Ty,4and :3dogs took a 4-3 victory innings on hit Brinkmeier only had one weren't hit hard. We didn't Marianna will be busy
Thursd Blount- over Chipley on Thursday batters before strikeout all night, but the get good swings tonight. We this weekwith three games
tow at Sna d night but couldn't add on a double by Lady Bulldogs were unable just didn't get that hit when starting Tuesday with a
3m Vernonat Ct to the win total Friday in Alli-Ann Bigale in the top to take advantage and gen- we needed it." road game against North
ndale4 and6p.. Port St. Joe, falling to the of the seventh gave MHS erate enough offense to get Port St. Joe got a run in Florida Christian be-
Walton at Lady Sharks 3-1. its first base hit. the win. the first and two more in fore hosting county foes
'rn anPort St. Joe starting Lexie Basford followed it "We didn't hit. We just thebottomofthefifthoffof Graceville and Sneads
Solmes Coty pitcher Stephanie Brink- up with a double ofher own didn't get it done," Mari- Marianna starter Kayleigh on Thursday and Friday
a 4 and 6 meier nearly no-hit the to score Bigale for Marian- anna coach Scott Wiggins Temples, who pitched six night.
p m.; Malone at Paxton,

Lady Hornets beat Altha for2nd districtwin

BY DUSTIN KENT take an 11-llead. walk with three strikeouts 2-for-5 with two runs, couple of hits.We just can't
Sch l O A Altha got back into the to get the victory. with Connor Melvin add- do. that. When we've got
Mo game with a The sophomore also led ing a hit and Deanna' a chance to finish some-
S The Cottondale Lady five run sixth the Lady Hornets offen- Holland scoring three body, we've got to finish
Hornets picked up their inning and sively by going 3-for-4 with runs. them early. We're still mak-
Ssecond victory of the sea- added two a double, while Kayla Mor- "Any time we get a win ing some errors that we
son Friday night in Altha, more in the ris was 3-for-5 with a run is big," Cottondale coach can't afford to make."
knocking off the Lady bottom of the seventh, but scored. Mike Melvin said after the Cottondale will be back
Venon, Wildcats 11-8. the Lady Wildcats couldn't Morgan McGinty had. game. "We've just got to get in action this week with
Cottondale (2-5 overall, complete the rally against .two hits and two runs, mentally tougher and be two more district games,
unty 4 p.m.; ai 2-2 in District 2 competi- CHS starting pitcher Zoee while Deunna Gonzalez able to finish a game. We both at home, starting
annaat Nort ida tion) scored four runs in Warren. and Kourtnie Richardson had them on the ropes'and with Tuesday's matchup
istan p.m. the second inning, one in Warren went all seven were each 2-for-4 with a kind of let them back in with Wewahitchka before-
the third, two in the fourth innings in the circle and double and a run. it with a couple of errors, Thursday's rematch with
and three in the fifth to allowed seven hits and a Bailey Johnson was' and they put together a Altha.

dy r rneads at eplaying a more limited role game we've played all year
Marianna, 4 and 6 p.mas a junior. "Imknow how hardwe've worked allyear to try to as a team."
S"Obviously we had two giMalonetlchamionship. know tlse44 Welch said after the game
an 6 From PagelB really great players that we pointl wilbeer f al time." that his thoughts almost
on p.mwin at Chipola. fed off of, but the develop- imkmediatelywet towards
The Tigers then tasted ment of the other players Chal Baker, the great Malone play-
defeat in district play for was the key," Welch said. Malone senior ers of his coaching tenure
the first time in.30 games "You look at Alonze and with the Tigers who didn't
Swhen Paxton went into how far he's come over the hold Paxton point guard year to try to give Malone get to win the title but who
Stake o Malone and took a 91-81 lasttwoyears, andyoulook Grant Stewart scoreless in the championship. I know helped pave the way for,
aaaSouthen victory on Dec. 9. at Gray and Lockett and the regional final victory. those 44 points will be re- this victory.
S efor returnin But a strong showing in see how they both grew up But ultimately .it was membered for a lifetime." The coach said it was sad
me Fiday fthe ft the Dothan Downtown a lot over the.year. You've Baker and Johnson who Said Welch: "No matter that those players es-
of fr g s Hoops Classic in which got a kidlikeTaqualanBre- did the heavy lifting in what happens going for- pecially from the last two
LSU-Eunce. Malone made it all the way love and how often can you Lakeland, with Johnson ward, Chai solidified his teams didn't get to expe-
day'game stts to the title game of the an- put a freshman out there going for 18 points and 11 place as one of the great- rience the joy of winning
t 5 p f d by nual tournament before in a state title game and let rebounds in thp win over. est players in our area. state, but it's hard to pre-
falling 69-64 to Dothan .him play down the stretch? Chiefland and adding two Had we not won it, he still dict how or When fortune
San 4 ad a ignaled the Tigers possi- You just really can't explain critical .free throws and a would've been one of the willfavoryouwith a title.
y s o bly turning a comer, arnd it, but I'm appreciative of clutch jumper late to help greatest, but that perfor- "It's just hard to say, but
they followed -that up by it arid thankful for these hold off a huge fourth mance puts him on an- I honestly think it's like di-
Chipola so l winning the road rematch guys because. they did a quarter run by the Indians, other planet. That's a guy vine intervention," Welcl
with Paxton 73-65. great job of listening and and Baker providing the just saying that my team said. "You look at the last
S Malone lost just once improving and keeping it coup de grace in the title isn't losing tonight. That's a two teams and we had ab-
e h e Satrday r a more after that, falling to together all year." game with a career-high warrior."' solute monster teams, and
at Marianna 64-50 on Jan. 21. Each of the supporting 44 points to go with 14 That effort helped give thenayoulookafthese guys
SWelch said the key to the players seemed to have rebounds. the Tigers something and I can see 100 different
development of the team big moments during the It was a spectacular per- they've been craving for 16 ways to beat us. I would
from good to great was Tigers' postseason run, formance that is sure to years and something they look at us every day like,
predicated not on the out- with Bailey hitting six become legendary among can probably appreciate 'how are we winning?' But
gof mament standing play of Baker and three-pointers in a playoff the basketball-crazed fans even more after the dev- we would keep fiiiding a
Johnson, which was ex- win over Cottondale and .of Malone, something not astating losses of the past way.
SCu pected, but on the devel- scoring 18 points in the lost on Baker or his coach. two seasons. "It's really hard to put a
acvopment of the supporting semifinal win over Chief- "I know they're going to "It feels real good be- finger on it, but it's almost
1ae gplayers like Lockett and land; Gray grabbing 14 be talking about that one cause we wanted it so bad like something out of our
b Ht Gray, as well as returning rebounds, including eight for a while," Baker said. this year,". Baker said: "We control. We've worked just
seniorguardAlonzeBailey, offensive, in the state title "Everybody is just proud just went out there and as hard every year, but I
SI u who stepped into the start- game; and Lockett playing of me right now. I know played up to our ability. I guess timing is everything
ing point guard role after great defense in helping how hard we've worked all think we played the best in sports."

aTIr fos third inning with six runs, taking advan- 1e
d t In ians tage of three Grand Rapids errors and Sneads
adding four hits, including a two-RBI .
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SMichael Mader started on the mound 13-4. from Williams and Alaynah Weiss, who also led the.
and picked up his third win of the season An RBI single by Franklin Van Gurp team with four RBIs.
T without a loss, giving up two earned runs in the bottom of the fifth scored Taylor Mikayla Hatcher had two doubles and three RBIs
'on three hits and three walks with seven Mauck to make it a 10-run margin to get for Sneads, with Grover and Ashley Davis each
strikeouts. the run-rule win. adding two hits.
Inthe second game, the Indians stormed Indians coach Jeff Johnson said it was a Taylor Hussey started in the circle for SHS and gave
out of the gate with seven runs in the first. good start to the weekend that featured up one unearned run on a hit and a walk with two
inning, with Merrigan opening the scor- three more games against Grand Rapids strikeouts in five innings.
ing with a two-RBI double followed by a concluding with today's matchup at 1p.m. "Offensively, that was one of our better games,"
3-runhome run by Givens and a solo shot "When we get ready to play, we're a Lady Pirates coach Kelvin Johnson said after Fri-
by Chase Scott. pretty good team and we can play pretty day's win. "I actually thought Blountstown played
Grand Rapids answered with a four-run well at times," he said. "We still don't un- great defensively. We could easily have had 25
second inning featuring two long balls of derstand all the little things at times, but hits."
its own, with Dylan Van Putten leading when we grind and play, we're a pretty Sneads moved to 8-2 overall and 4-0 in District 2
off the frame with a solo homer and Seth good ballclub and today we did. We hit play and will return to league competition Thesday
Husby taking Chipola starter Tom Watson the ball well and competed well, and if with a home game against Altha before finishing
Sdeep to left field. we compete well we've got a chance to be' the week with a road contest against county rival
But Chipola blew the game open in the successful." Marianna on Friday.

Bulldogs. ground ball to shortstop going 1-for-4 with a dou- Pirates, who dropped district debut.
Spotstes OBull g by Nobles to allow Bryan to ble, a walk, and two runs. to 3-1 in district play, The Hornets lost to North
rts ite score from third base and Nobles led Marianna by with .Malone losing in its Bay Haven 8-4.
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College Basketball

No. 1 Gators romp

The Associated Press
Finney-Smith scored 16
points, and top-ranked
Florida used a season-
high 13 3-pointers to over-
whelm LSU 79-61 Saturday
and extend its school-re-
cord winning streak to 21
Casey Prather and Mi-
chael Frazier II added 14
points. apiece for the Ga-
tors, who -also won their
31st straight at home.
This one was. never in
Florida (27-2, 16-0
Southeastern Conference)
scored the first eight points
of the game, opened up e
a double-digit lead with
consecutive 3-pointefs
from DeVon Walker and
Finney-Smith and put the
game away early in the
second half with a flurry of
points in the paint.
Prather made three con- a
secutive driving finger
rolls after the break. Pat- Alabama's Levi Randolph (20) slams downtwo duringthe game against Auburn on Saturday
ric Young had a dunk and at Coleman Coliseum in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
then a left-handed hook .'
shot. And Prather followed THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
with a dunk and another Florida's Chris Walker (23) goes for two points with LSU
driving layup that put Flor- forward Jarell Martin (12) defending during the game Saturday
ida up 62-38 with about 11 in Gainesville.
,minutes remaining. While fans chanted for number of nail-biters The Associated Press points just a month after losing at Au-
Johnny O'Bryant III led the team to cut down the in recent weeks, win- burn 74-55. Retin Obasohan had 13
the Tigers (17-11, 8-8) with nets to celebrate Saturday, ning their previous seven TUSCALOOSA, Ala. Levi Ran- points.
18 points. Jordan Mickey players said it was a "team games by 10 points or dolph scored 24. points and Alabama nRandolph, who managed just one
added 14 points and10 re- decision" to hold offon any less. Coach Billy Dono- rolled to a 73-57 victory over rival Au- point against Auburn earlier, made4 of
bounds'for LSU, which lost such festivities. After all, van's either trailed or was bur on Saturday in a matchulp of the 6 3-pointers andhad nine rebounds.
its seventh straight on the this is a senior-laded group tied at halftime in each of Southeastern Conference's 11th-place KT Harrell led Auburn with 21 points
ioad. that lost in a regional final those. teams but Alabama held the league's top scor-
The Gators looked every the last three years. So the This one was the Trevor Releford added16pointsforthe er Chris Denson, to a season-low six
bit like the SEC's regular- Gators have high expecta- complete opposite. Crimson Tide (12-17, 6-10 SEC), which points.
season champion. Florida tions for this season and The Gators never trailed. has won seven of the last nine meetings Denson was.2-of-15 shooting after
clinched the title with Ken- just getting to the Final Theyled 41-25 at halftime with thl Tigers (13-14, 5-11)and scoring a career-high 32 poiints the
tucky's loss to Arkansas on Four won't be enough. and didn't even have a a row at. oleman Coliseum. first meeting. Harrell also struggled
Thursday night. Florida has been in a second-half lull. The Tide built the lead as high as 21 from the floor, going 7-of-9.

No.2 Wichita St routs Missouri St to stay perfct

The Associated Press start by a Missouri Valley Chadrack Lufile, Kadeem at the other end. Wichita
team since Indiana State, Coleby and Nick' Wiggins, State shot 57 percent from
WICHITA, Kan. -Wichi- led by Larry Bird, won its Early gave coach Gregg the feld in the first half, a
taStatewillcarryits pursuit first 33' games and fell to Marshall a bear hug when big reason why it had built
of perfection into the Mis- ISichigan State in the 19i79 he, hecked outh for 'the a 20-point lead just before
souriValley tournament. itlegame. final time in the closing the break.
Cleanthony Early scored The Shockers' last loss- minutes. The trio of Early, Baker
19 points, Ron Baker added came in the Final Four, too Jarmar Gulley scored 15 and Fred VanVleet picked
13 and the second-ranked to eventual champ Lou- points to lead Missouri up where it left off out of
Shockers rolled to a 68-45 I isville last year. State, which was domi- the locker. room, Early
ictory over Missouri State' Puttingthis one awayear- nated on the boards,6 in scoring quikly and Baker
on Saturday, easily putting ly gave a sellout crowd that transition and just about hitting a long 3-pointer to
away a team that had given had braved the threat of everywhere else in losing keep Missouri State at bay.
them fits this season. freezing rai ample opor- its 10th straight against Ihi fact, the nly interest-
Relying on the samestub- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS tunit to0 celebrate.Waving ranked teams. ing moment of the second
born defense that carried Wichita State's Chadrack Lufile (0)celebiates getting fouled signs that applauded their Unlike the first meeting, haf caine whe Lufile was
it: on last yeha's improb- by Missouri State's evon Thomas (at center right with the unblemished record, fans when it was Wichita State fouled th about 10 min-
able March run, Wichita ball) duringthegameinWichita, Kan., onSaturday. packedinsideKochArena hat stumbled early, Mis- utes to go. After missing
State (31-0, 18-0) became 9-9) had them in trouble making it a game Saturday, serenaded a senior class souri State missed 18 of its his first seven free throw
the first team since Saint when they met Jan. 11 in trailing by double-digits in led by Early that managed first 22 shots, suffocated attempts, the big senior
Joseph's in 2004 to enter Springfield, Mo., but the the opening minutes. to elevate the program under token pressure and forward with the crowd
its league tournament un- Bears blew a 19-point The Shockers are off to from a solid mid-major never got into a rhythm. rising to its feet finally
.beaten. The Shockers will second-half lead and ul- the best start since UNLV into a national power in When the Bears weren't got one to rattle home.
have a first-round bye in timately lost 72-69 in began 34-0 and lost in the the midst of a memorable blowing layups, they were Of course; it hardly mat-
St. Louis next week. overtime. 1991 national title game. season. turning the ball over, lead- tered that Lufile's 'foul
Missouri State (19-11, They never eame close to They're also off to the best Along wifelowseniors ing to some easy baskets shooting wasn'tperfect.

College- Basketball Roundup

Barton, Tennessee pound Vanderbilt 76-38 for key victory

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. ;Wednesday and host Mis- see's most one-sided vic- -Shabazz Napier scored 3-pointer with 1:36 left chael Dixon Jr. scoredsix
Antonio Barton had souti on.March 8in their season-high 21 points and finaltwo regular-season 56-21 blowout on Feb. 22, rebounds to lead UConn stay, and the 21st ranked Tigers who scored 15 of
a career-high six assists games. 1947. The most one-sided to an upset of No, 11 Cin- Tigers beat seventh- the final 16 points.
Saturday as Tennessee Barton's 21 points were win by either team is a cinnati on Saturday. ranked Louisville on No. 7 Louisville (24-5,
trounced cold-shooting three off his career high: 108-68 Vanderbilt triumph The Huskies (23-6, 11-5. Saturday, sweeping the 13-3) went cold aftertak-
Vanderbilt 76-38 for its Barton scored 24 against on Jan.8, 1991. American Athletic Confer- season series from the ingits biggestlead. The
most one-sided victory Tennessee State while Vanderbilt finished the ence) won despite going Cardinals. Cardinals didn't score
in this rivalry's 185-game playing for Memphis on game with more turnovers without a field goal for the No. 21 Memphis (22-7,- againuntil Chris J6nes
history. Jan. 2, 2011. (14) than baskets (11). game'sfinal 72 minutes. 11-5 AmericanAthletic hit a free throw with 40.3
Tennessee (18-11, 9-7 Jarnell Stokes added 12 But they held Cincin- Conference):-trailed 65-57 seconds to go.
SEC) boosted its NCAAK points and 11 rebounds nati (24-5, 13-3) to just 13 with 4:45 left when Mi-' From wire reports
tournamenthopes asVan- for Tennessee. KyleFuller Connefticut 51 baskets on 48 shots.
Sderbilt shot 22.4 percent' had nine points forVan-. No.U Cincinnati 45 Napier, the Hifskies'
(11 of49).TheVolun- derbilt (15-13, 7-9): TF Conn player of the year candi-
teers travel to Auburn on Before Saturday, rTehnes- HARTFORDConn. date, bested Cincinnati's,
finished with 16 rick, whoints. CONGRATULATIONS SYLVIA WARD of Chipley.
finished with 16 points. Proud Winner of the Marianna Toyota and
UConn led by one at Wiregrass Federal Credit Union Give-A-Way!
halftime. But the Bearcats
had just one field goal
in the first 7/2 minutes
after intermission, and
Connecticut went on a
13-4 run over the first 11
minutes to open up a 39- L'
29 lead.
The Bearcats were able
to cut that to three points 39'I
late, but UConn hit five
iA"stretch to hold on.

No.21 Memphis 72
No.7 Louisville 66
Tennessee guard Josh Richardson (1) blocks a shot by Vanderbilt guard Dai-Jon Parker (24) Chris Crawford hit a
during the game at the Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tenn., on Saturday.


S* jFishing Report
Som e thmngs are ust Lake Seminole structure present.
Bass fishing is good. Shallow-water Catfish are slow, but should pick up
techniques have been working pretty soon.
t well throughout the day. Sight-fishing Bream fishing is finally beginning to
is still productive, as is flipping the veg- show some positive signs.
etative cover with jigs and Texas-rigged Lake Andrews/
ometimes it's all mile into the hardwood Worms and jigs are also especially the fi
about happenstance, forest I hear a noise. Nois- good in grass near sandbar areas. In about the same as last weeks. Gulf
simply being in the es, actually; spits, growls, sandy locations at depths of less than stripers are still reasonably active in the
right place at the right rustling leaves, break- 10 feet Carolina-rigs are paying off. Andrews tailwaters.
time. That's just as true ing twigs. Three juvenile Crappies are reportedly spawning in Catfish continue to produce, particu-
when it comes to outdoor bobcat siblings, obviously lily pad patches, stick-ups and other larly the pan-size fish in the tailwaters
life as it is in any other just old enough to be on long-stemmed aquatic vegetation, near the dam
endeavor. Matter of fact, Bobl nea their own, but not yet They will bite minnows readily when Blue cats and channel catfish are
I believe it's the case the O os possessing the confidence located. most active at present, but look for
majority of the time. utdoors olumnist to separate. They move Shellcrackers are also active and the larger flatheads to begin feeding
I've long been a keen linger too long over a third along together, loudly and periodic bedding is taking place. Red consistentl soon. Continue fishing live
observer of wildlife and cup of coffee. I step out clumsily, pausing now wigglers fished orn the bottom is a bait, cut bait, and prepared baits for the
the natural world. I've the door. Oops. Cup num- and then to playfully slap pretty good bet. best results
taken many a journey ber three summons me and snarl at each other. Warmer weather has the catfish ac- With the expected warming trend,
with particular sights and back inside. A bathroom I stand quietly camou- tive as well. look for the bream to markedly in-
experiences in mind. I've delay. Forty-five seconds, flaged against a tree trunk. Lake Eufaula crease their activity up the creeks and
logged countless miles, I look at the mirror. Oops. They never notice me. I'm in shallow sloughs
vaporized countless gal- Forgot to tie back the amused. They're just kids Bass fishing is good. Early morning sllo sh ckers andossibl
lons of gasoline and worn ponytail. Another minute, with much yet to learn fishing in rip-rap and similar rocky Buegls, shellcrackers, and possibly
out countless pairs of foot- Back outside. Halfway to about survival. Why did I structure has been very productive of even a few redbreasts maybe taken
wear attempting to catch the truck. Oops. Didn't choose this particular...? late. The crankbait bite in these areas is during the next week on crickets and
a certain fish, see a certain lock the door. Thirty more The wildlife refuge is paying dividends. worms.
bird, or witness a certain seconds. At the truck now, huge, sprawling. Hiking Stop-and-start slow retrieves are rec- Some reports of crappies caught from
natural phenomenon. I chance to look upward, options are myriad. Away ommended. Carolina-rigs and slowly the bank continue of f e in. Fishu
Often, these excursions A pair of red-tailed we go, with little rhyme or fished jigs are also recommended on are said to be of fair size and numbers
involve meticulous pre- hawks is engaged in reason. A salt marsh is a points and in deeper hard structure like should improve soon.
trip study, planning and airborne courtship in the salt marsh is a salt marsh. rocks and wood in some of the deeper There are positive signs tha the rbass
strategy. Equally as often, sky above. I've seen this Hours later, fatigue. Who creek areas. are about ready to move into the creeks
the detailed preparation but two or three times in knew the loop was this Crappies are well into spawning in good numbers.
doesn't amount to the 60-plusyears. For perhaps long? Last leg. Thank mode. Deep-water schools will be Generation schedules, pool levels, and other such
proverbial hill of beans. two minutes the male goodness. The end is in breaking up and remnant fish will seek information for area waterways may be obtained by
S calling toll-free 1-888-771-4601. Follow the recorded
Mother Nature, alas, is raptor performs his aerial sight. We've logged dozens shallower water. Try minnows, crappie instructions and access the touch-tone for the
often absent from my acrobatics before coaxing of birds, counted umpteen jigs and small spinners near banks with Apalachicola River System.
planning sessions. She de- the object of his affection alligators. Nature over-
fies me. She has her own into a nearby copse of load. Time to call it a day.
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Annie's Mailbox Horoscopes Entertainment Brief
Dear Annie: I recently decided to do a not refuse a cookie, brownie or piece of PISCES (Feb. 20-March Clary marks up is a birthday,"
little digging into my past and started a cake. I try to lead by example by exer- 20) -Time spent cor- 8th birthday said Clary, who as a
family tree. While I was doing this, I came cising regularly, eating no goodies and pleting household tasks Jewish French teen-
across information that my biological fa- keeping watch over my health. I.want us will be worth the effort. LOS ANGELES ager survived the Nazi
ther had passed away some 10 years ago. to take long walks and grow old together. Developments are occur- Robert Clary of Holocaust that claimed
Annie, I had no contact with my bio- Thank you for printing this. If I said ring in your romantic life. "Hogan's Heroes" fame 12 family members,
logical father after the age of 2. He had these words to my wife, she would take it ARIES (March 21-April said he will be celebrat- including his parents.
an affair with my mother and then went badly, but when she reads it, I will tell her 19) -This is not the day ing his 88th birthday He's resisted bitter-
back to his wife. I don't even know what I wrote it. to venture into uncharted this weekend simply, ness, he said: "You
he looked like. In all honesty, I have no OMAHA, NEB. waters. Business dealings at a dinner out with learn from the bad
feelings about his passing. I have never. Dear Omaha: How could any woman be should be put on hold. friends, and with things and you learn'
regretted not meeting him. upset when her husband says he wants Spend time with family. gratitude for his long from the good things."
The reason I am writing is that he had to grow old with her? Weight is a tricky TAURUS (April 20-May .life.
two children by the woman he was mar- issue and a do-it-yourself project. And 20) No one likes to be "Every day I ake From wire reports
ried to while seeing my mother on the 100 pounds might seem overwhelming, taken advantage of. Make
side. I doubt they even know that my two If you indicate disapproval of her food your needs a priority. It ACROSS 41 Funny Answer to Previous Puzzle
younger brothers and I exist, especially choices, it makes her feel terrible, which isn't selfish to want to 1 Morning Charlotte -
since he went out of his way to deny hav- only makes her want to eat. Your wife is spend some time alone. moisture 43 Like A H A LT ODO
ing fathered us in the first place. aware of her weight and undoubtedly GEINI (May 21-ne 4 Piers cranberries TVA TRO EAL
My mother suggested I contact these wants to drop some pounds. 20) -Your mind is brim- Morgan's 45 Elephantine SPIE P E
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now-grown children and let them know Could you take over more of the cook- ming with ideas. Your co- 7 Shoulder district G I EN
about us. I do not think this is a good ing and grocery shopping so there are horts will appreciate your 11Geologic 49 Jet's wake U HS A ET A S
idea and prefer to leave well enough healthier meals and snacks? Would she input if you present your 12 Length Gaplan MOT S C S R
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-Dear Curious: We agree with you to or Overeaters Anonymous? Would she CANCER (une 21-Jy neighbor 55 Charity LUTE KRAMAO
leave things alone. We assume you have download an app on her phone to keep 22) Although you are 14Purple 56 Family U R NE EEf ORD
relevant medical information about your track of her calories and exercise? often reluctant to make flower nickname i ER S 5 Pla
biological father. Does your mother have When you show her this letter, ask how changes, it is often neces- nine-tails 18 Happy courses
a photograph of him so you can satisfy you can help her. We hope she will work sary for growth. Take the 17 Damascus' DOWN hour site 38 Cereal
any curiosity you have about what he on it, but if she refuses, please know first step toward improv- coun ead 20 Flower grain
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looked like? These children may deeply there is nothing more you can do. Love ing your life. 19 Comcs ry deity 21 Beta word of
resent learning that their father had her as is. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) 20 Checkbook 3 Like Kappa 42 Actress
an affair that produced siblings, and- Take a break from amt. linoleum 22 Hayworth Moorehead
an affair that produced siblngs, and r21 Shrimp 4 Barely or Rudner 43 Labor
developing a relationship with you could Dear Annie: "Concerned in Galesburg, your routine. Visit an 24 Antenna speak 23 Triangle tip 44 Excuse mel
be too painful for them. If they do know Il." disapproved of parents taking pho- art gallery, museum, or 27 In the know 5 Carson 24 Feels 46 Pew's
about you, they can do the same search tographs of their babies without clothing any destination you find 3Signaled 6 Lassie'.s 25 BMWrival 47Wedding
you are considering, so we'd let them on. We once had an attorney general who stimulating. 32 Account refusal 26 Explorer cake part
tnake that decision. went around putting diapers on statues VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. entry 7 Rural Pnc e 48 Hot tub
of naked people. I've often wondered 22)- Spend today focus- 3 Mother (abbr.) fabric successors
Dear Annie: My wife reads the paper who his constituents were. ing on matters of the rabbit 9 Room price 31 Billy 50Yes, in
daily, so I'm hoping you can get through BABIES ARE ADORABLE heart. Resist the impulse 37 Principles 10 Electrica Williams Cherbourg
to splurge on unneces- 39German unit 33Funhouse 51 Bruce or
to her. She has put on more than 100 tosplurgeonunneces- river 12 FO features Brenda
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worry about her health. We talk about column. Please email your questions to anniesmail- LI (aSept. at
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now accepting resume's for the following Toyota 2003 Corolla Sport wht, 4 cylAT,
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WeOff er: auto trans, power doors, windows & drivers
SeS FSALE l seat, cruise control, rear spoiler, cold AC,
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Excellet Benefit package Large Brick Home 3/2 with 10 acres,
country secluded area $160,000 $25,000 down & Regardles of ear hav
SBonuses Programs S700. mo. Owner Finl Avail. 850-526-4283. m s of dl to a
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Sart t 1984 16ft Bass Tracker 1-Owner
Police Departm ent 35hp out board motor, alum. trailer
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5035 Hwy 90 Marianna, FL 32446 SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES 850-209-9077
4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446 Call Us For All Your
Cresh Harrison, Broker 850482-1700 (S50) 526.289 Real Estate Needs
Erh OfHarise 1 ,ndB oerer 5d042 O17 and Operated
Stacy Borges, Realtor 850-573-1990 SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER 4 r3/2 Brick home close
Jullie Miles, Realtor 85046933435 Fenced back yard with
screened back porch
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close to schools, College, shopping and hospital. This updated I. * *
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lot that can beoy the quietneighborhood.
purchase as a whole for $35,000 or Can be purchased be located in high traffic ore split floor plan with Large Master Bed and Bath and Three large Bedrooms with two
full bathls. Formal Dining Room and Breakfast Area. Kitchen custom cabinets. Marble
thein 3 .05gh School Eachnd finor an 15000. oishe cated clneighbor e tood! with highwy frontge. Fireplace and Built-in ook Shelves. Perfect home for entertaining. So many beautiul
the ih School and in an establishe neihborhood! thingswith the beautiful home. 282.000 and considering all Offers, MLS 247640
m I nd hI E MLS 248816 REDUCED $194,500.
VER ATTRACTIVE Completely remodeled 4/2.5
HOME INSIDE AND OUT! Saltwater Pool in the fenced
4/31/2 with almost 2700 U8iq*ue proerly! n Three back yard. New windowss
sq ft under airl Relax on bedroom home in e country hot walls, floors, light fixturesn
the wraparound porch. wilhmonyextafeatues located cabinets and appliances. This home looks brand new! Master Bedroom has
Large fenced backyard, on l8 acres. MUST SEE!' double vanity. Laundryroom includes a half bath. Family/Recreation room big
16x32 gunite pool. Hardwood floors on the first floor! The kitchen 248809 $224,900 enough for entertainin and a pool table! This home occupies a full city block.
is large with plenty of countertop AND cabinet Space! Large ceter Paved riveway You just have to see it! $210,000 MLS# 249316
island and breakfast area! There is an air conditioned game room or m toined cstm b home
5th bedroom and half bath over the detached garage. MLS #248338z mointmed cusm built home haracter gives this
Wth so mony feotres, boy older home in Graceville
SPERFECT FOR whOWS, fireplg, bonus From its charm! This well
SYOUR LARGE maintained home has
FAMILY?? Great ond much more. All on 2.2 ores. a large yard and is very
4/2 with almost MlS 248838 G $146,000 oonvenient 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 i onstrution used with Bedrooms are large with plenty of space. All of the appliances!.Call today to
original hardwood i used wh set an appointment to see this beautiful, and affordable home. MLS# 247421
floors! The Family oattention to detoils, privay oand
room can be easily converted to a 5th bedroom if needed! energy effitiency. Very spacious Country life in a 2002
Great Spacious 1.80 acres! Brick home has a newer 4 ton AC built 2000square fot
unit! This home can be offered as a short sale! MLS #248281 home located on 3.7 acres. built 2000 square foot
Manufactud home on
MLS 248904 *$228,000. apx. 4 acres on a paved
IDINEAT PSPINOS BLS in tRi rIDGE mad a great place to PRICED FOR QUICK SALE. 15 ares has ufinished, old 2
Sq Ft. 4/2.5 POOL Home. Over 1800 ive! Located in North ackson County close t the Alabama State Line, BR house and barn on prpery. Barn has ttahed 20x40
a bou o wc h. ce aian thdta chd g, ithis home is in a perfect spot for those who travel between Marianna shed nd two 12
Tile and wood fiooding. Needs ste wood buming fireplace, arge and Dothan Call today and let us show you this beautiful home. Priced
new.roof and pool liner, But master broom ond both, pk WO to sell, owner says bring all offers. MLS# 248922 Some fencing. Underground storm shelter, well and septic
could make the pert oct master d p3,00two fencing.PUndergrounddshelterwwe
c ould make the peLocated on more bedromso andanoter bolh. tank. Being sold "AS IS.' $75,000 MLS #248497
1 Family't! hom e re onl a 2 8 4 $ 7 9 ...........os v..................................... .......................
1.31 Acres! CASH offers only MLS 248984 $97,900. -1995 DW Mobile Home
please! MLS #249235 on 1.26 acres. 3/2 home

wit a110 1lHtome with many renovions and with large living/dining
EXECUTIVE HOME WITH ALL THE lmated on 8.5 ocre int$he ountry. room with fireplace. Open Kitchen with lots of cabinets. Laundry
BELLS AND WHISTLESI Over 2800 ksofeoha goalargewodshopwith room with extra storage. Great for famnily or for Investment. Other
sq Under Air with a orgeous elecic, HAVC and dmbdo.ubled MH Lots adjacent that may be available for more income.
Floor tot ceiling oueflooming the t
backyard! The Fa Room Bosts MLS 249352 $79,900.
18ft ceilings, built in entertainment center and a granite see thro fireplace to CHIPLEY Well Blue Springs Plantation is
the sunroom. The Main itchen is a dream. Granite countertops wth a center an ted home on 6.6 oren and located clone I tbe BEAITIFUL
island with lots of upgraded cabinets! There is a 2 car~attached garage with a rcompletely reoded. Some feures Blue Springs State Park,
a bonus room which has central aird e dtachd i l enough includ ted n.window Merts Mill Pond and Lake
to store your toysl There is also another bedroom over the detached garage. e with ceminole. Thee o would
"I I be a PERFECT Place to build
S MOVE IN READY! t ond privots enthnce. Alo a home and enjoy te Peace and traquility Mranna has to offer. An established
Great 3/2 with over i orheedpool . Subdivision, Blue Springs Plantation is a growing communitywith homes already built
1900 sq t The re MLS 249292 $183,000 and occuped. It hasa Publi system, Undergrou nd Utilities, Phone, Sewer and
1900 sq ft The re is a RIANNA V Paved ads. Several Lotsavailable tochoose fro Located onBlueSprings Highway.
Mother in Law guest R e A IlA N r
house! Large 1 acre lot spaous and well buil home
S .. with Huge Workahop! Adose to town with amo( Large family room,
Completely remodeled features. Home abe has n 1 living and dining
from floors to ceiling! Beautiful sunroom bedroom, I bothforaguesthoustolod kat i offersready
nice bac ad MLS #248896 or rentol withp a rivate entednce and help buyer ffill
OCA ON MERRITS MLS 248506 o $149,900. their dream of owning a
home! Newer stove and refrigerator. Allowance for a new stove
MIIILL PONDI Cozy 2/1 with P rpick it out yourself! Beautiful patio with a gardening shed for
1080 sq overlooking lake! all your tools. Small fenced area for children or pets. Don't miss
Large Backyard with deck Realtor out on thefantastic price for this beautiful home! MLS# 248529
perfect for relaxingf Kitchen 850.209.8071
and baths have had same 9 n Beautiful well maintained
updates! Living room and910 Historic Home in
Master bedroom overlook Bonifay. i t has 5 bedrohms
the water! Fireplace in Thtis 3Bedroom/2Balhho is and 3-bathsl 6 fireplaces
aliving rooml 9 S #2247509 d 4f bii T let of rnh rit beu0ll and- huge rooms. The

THIS 3/2 Homeandth tae Cnr A Ind H unii anoattachedcartnaabou t 3 F innS- Apprximt el 2r lotwih 149 or
THIS 3/2 Home. Wit deth r i be I on e S th, rnied Inkod aced garage 130x401 but fur poor convenience there is an r attached carport at Marianne- On i
1322 sq f Front porch Reproie o ern w/IOX the front psrch. The seier is very motivated anood i peno to all offers Make f onsom dednlteetn z on i ts d 3 ou ld B oerelden
tlaR2E 3 r.ont Torch adeo tte amop RED ED 0 a ua sen thi s h L 24941 unheated ous rm. (n /Ane yr old. ok fls o ere ih
to relax.on. Carpet, tile wIaled 5 coold r1w op. REUCEss e)ne,
afnd wood flooring. / carpet One car garage. 2 metal oarage buildings. Lawrge shady lot is fe ed
Sunroom off the back. MLS# 249113 $158, 000. Small 2/1 n r in back. Great for childn or pemts.7000 MLS 48790
Located on Hw 90 inBeutiful quiet setting fr Bountstown. Nice areu
Sneads. With 'a Little t lovely r o edroom/i2hth of town and convenient to
TLC thin home canwo loepad a r e. the This is a great
oTLC thisrhome can be o1l e ed starter home Fnced
ours! MLS #2491.25 ;el .. f23ed te*'2/noue0 Nowe rm th le c
WarMLS tl4O8 InPla s RnYo in in a r, yardv and carport. Too cute to pass op. Veip affordable at $62,000 with
4/3.5 Brick home with over oaed o k em t a ,Sol dnoya pat S 92o i-
2300 sq ft under air located sn ML 2 2 4 BedmL m 2.5 Oath Ho we.
1.23 acres! Below ground Pool I A4LS" 23 4 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Homeo
A ewt & comfortble with large foncedl yard,
ith nice patio area! Wood 3Bedroom/B1ath home in o In
burning fireplace, Huge Kitchen dngsp Sueo or, feg open r screened porch, workshop,
with center island! Large eAn w sdIom e rin ve e deck with hot tub and a
Family room with formal Living wrtol b.a en euey a heaut ul p oll Ready for
and Dining! NeedS some TLC. tturry nonmh t in 2 re daoy relaation enjoy your
home aein raedy. large family room plant a garden lay by the pool'" work in your workshop.
CHA AHO OCHEE.WN LVNG IN MLS#249075 $179,000. Everything is there and ready for you!: Don't mssout on this home! It won't last
4/2 1/2, 2 stury home wit lovely 2 oednrom/2th hoe g. Pcd to sell at $149900MS 249307
Eocoaed in tie phtre, od mmuity of
over 1900 sq ft under air. The orell 4ordes:l hf efemes In fo This well maintained 3
master bedroom is on the first Marts, SpPAoM rno tn iw/g v fomd B at
floor and'all other3 bedrooms o.entkirheo, tidomultlzedmaonfe, lot of charm. It has been
are upEstairs. This home sits ri eoeened in bod porch wl e very well maintained. The
on a hill ora corner lotl Very onod/d lot nutido offrint d l fofeay kitchen was updated, has
private yard. Newer home with menaior .emar, m. a dishwasher, and is the
all the extras.MLS #248849 MLS# 248977 $143,000. hiiglight of this home, alohg with many other features. The mroof was replaced
in 2012 and the Central Alrand teat unit is onlyabout3 yrs. old. Formal Dining Marianna Approximately Y2 acre lot with 149' on
CUTE COUNTY HOME. 2/1. Bat Debbie Roney Smith, and Living area, Office/Computr Room, and a great workshop garage that issi
........... with aprox 1008 sq ft. Located Realtor 24x20 in size. In a quiet and relaxing area of Greenwood, but not too far from noth Jefferson zoned mixed used. Could be residential,
on 1.90 acres. Spacious kitchen .IItownand shopping..$89,900 MLS# 249169 ; apartments/dulex or business. ity utilities: 2 BR, old
-' area and a fireplace in the living 800-209-8039 apartments/duple or business utilities',2B
hroom! Relax an the Frontcovered $ house being sold "ASIS". $67,500 MLS #247182
Srom o the ar covrd deck dbbie eysn @ ompletely renovated an ............ .......................................................
deck or the rear covered deck! A looks bVland new !
workshop in the back that would N ano lando sid
be perfect for your boat and play Beautifully landacoped New appliances, benuliful
toIs MLS #249354 ( corner 1.2 ACRE. hardivood fliors, unIque
Landscp ed w/flowering design.. Open. ceilings
LARGE 3/2.5 BATH HOME bushes trees among the e popuiar in h '60s and this builder added 4"insulatod panels to keep it
many fruit trees. 272.5 nomical for heatirg and cooling. Patio area perfect foi entertaining and fam ily
with aprox 2356 soq ft and A-Frame home w/main n. This homehas characterthat gives it charm! $215,000 MLS# 248150 .
on 1.50 acres! Family room, level being on 2nd floor.
open kitchen with Breakfast Open Floor plan, gas
Area. Form Living room an IplH gIntertate10andHr7
o.r Lno arouncd porch, Wheelchor EXIT Fuel/Convenience
Dining Rooml There is a don 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. 77 beach access traffic. -
S In (no claset1. MIS #249209 npasslng ns 2000 squarn foot of retail space and two fuel islands are ready for Beatfilly. designed, like nnw, wall maintained MH has split
'l w f be rb i an enterprising operator. Property is in the county where alcohol sales bedroom floorplon. Well water for watering garden and o
Etois ar~e Vicforia are possible seven days a week. Over 6000 vehicles pass this location
uproo 1344q Sq Ft creened aWttic insolation, Sec------B- :appointed kitchen has breakfast bar and butlers pantry. Whirlpool
or tvgk w new field 2 Nice and Quiet 2/2 Mobile appliances built in oven, microwave, side by side ref, couner top
Located on 1.35 acres. Sun omp. 3/2 with over Home on lust enough land stove and lots of cobinefs. Built in desk. Front porch ready for
Lake is an 80 acre Bass Lake. 2400sf of itvinoa, to have a garden-or enjoy OURswing. Two car-part and workshop, Must See to appredafel
Pier and dock to fish on! New Coll for complete beihg in the countiy.
on market so call today far MLS# 249389 -$114,900. Within 10 miles to downtown Marianna. Very well kept and has chain S104,5001MLS#248947
price!.MLS #249251 This Ii a nIce firet link fencing around paperty. Great investment! Call for an appointment.
time home buyer house. <'a
LARGE FAMILY Possible buyers closina cost
assistance. Laol of work has
HOME. Tre been done alreadyyt.cfhen -
home Twith.a 3 car "cabinets, counter tops, i lht This Very nice 3/2 2004
garage on 2.24 Cental /A C Cavelie Mobile Home is
acres. Over 2900 Lnnox syisntm, windows, located very close to town
a sf in 2011 tile Fooring, and appronimately 1/0
sq ft with a large elecfricol & plumbingn miles from a public boat
living room, format 24 8 Mep g on d.ustwalo needed. Property in very private
dining room and MIS# 249388 $65,000, und theoaheon l his mad.ll u P wairk dwatbe roadptoeritys vMi iPond
21x16 Family room. Hardwood floors thru out Marhanna handy man Priced AS IS which makes itaver good deal on this home. MLS#248807
livinga n mti&walkin dnsance 4 Separate LotsAvailable in Blue Spdngs Plantation Subdioision on
LAND bOR SALE RETAIdL SAC,24a7n1 h Sbeen u~ar BlueSpringsHighway Three buildings Marianna Old store building, home and garage
aut ae sme roo ,,AcreLt Old US H north of 162 $10,000 aprment on a acre MOL Raads on 3 sides (2 are paved) zoned -
in 0ood laminate. 1oo a e $ commercial. Would be good for apartments, auto repair, H/A
pnd aroove nals. T 10 AcrTract off Blocker Road $35,000
be a short le. 5 Acres off Sweat Pond Road $22,000 conditioning business, Los of room for parking or expaion.
ML$# 248906 $51,500. OB0 3 0 Acre Comer lot on paved mad in Compass Lake $6,000 Selling "ws isa'. $95,000 MLS#248793

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MLS#2491095 teho a Me ra ( restaurants, 5 Ig, gas 2 bdrms but can easily be reverted back to 3 bdrims. as a 25'x35' steel workshop on
oh r $eoS F175,000.MS#241 concrete floor, roll-up up door & 220 wired. Also a 10xl2 concrete floor garden shed.
2960 Jefferson St. Marianna . .................................................... Fenced-in back yard. Too much to list PRICED AT $159,900 MLS# 249353
ZONED MIXED USE. Home or Office 2BR/28A, 1620 H/C Mane in ready commeroil buildig looted
SqFt. C/E H&C, Double Pane Windows, Metal Roof, 110'050' iM reet locoteion as Oiff Sing ec The
andl e approximtep l 2nolff e aiB d i eg This 3BR/2BA brick
kitchen and fulbih room and culd be used home si ts on appx.
sunrooem in bck. $37,900ML#238224 maintained home with newer metal roof, beautiful in-
833 Newille Ln, Mariann .ed backy.................................................................. ground pool, fenced-in back ard, RV bldg. w workshop.
BEAUTIFUL OAK HARDWOOD FLOORING. Built in 2006, 3R/2BA 1832 m lyi2e Mst see! Priced at 219,000 MLS 248727
H&C SqFt, C/E H&C, Split BR Plan, Oak Cabinets, Center Island Kitchen, o h o sMm 10 Procelldgl a$e l usledM
r2oOc Out Bilidinga 1.97 Acres a k11 iB He Ms^salas wtg stahsked
(d1 Aaing In the ig m, breakfd a bar open to the dinalg
a'e201es3 eChipola Area ",eiesciset k This 3BR/2BA southern
2 Mhov01,3 h o An eA Pond.rlpocated ane,iSdoi home has a formal LR
Board of Realtors e .e d oard dyfoi.norswi formal DR, beautiful
er provided each fineld. TRhe hlrsse hmrnti 5 $stal step-down great
MLS#248920 Realtor of the Year Debbie and$ gom.Th o ernefficencyprimen room, breakfast room,
csi tulohilem ondeltdeyidrc eee bonus room, nice hardwood floors throughout under carpet and
4780 Sheffield Dr. Marianna ROney Smith A lod iios delpnrrlb.Sle00iS234 2 fireplaces! Home needs updating. Many old-style Southern
HOME LOOKING FOR A FAMILY. Located near the new Mariarna Oak treesa rncl. 3 parcels tothling about 1 acre in Cottondale.
Highschool on .69 Acres, 3R/2BA, Built in 1998. 20408 H/C SF C/ES H&C .. ....................... ... PRICED AT $85 ,000 MLS #248624
OnDemand Hot Water Heater. Large Bedrooms, GREAT CONDITION. of, Yeazen of. tm I Yne r,,
Pat F Urr -. 1 5R T Wai le. fi W Beautiful octagonal

-_ a dcrplha omn kihie completely remodeled
MLS#248993 ,ar diire d l.d yrannl in 2008 located on a
1405 Bentley Rd *Coronedae 2. aeh i o unique fork of the Chipola River. Granite countetops, electric
WELL MAINTAINED & UPDATED COUNTRY HOME. 1990 H/C SqFt, C/E Ibrdaldldi S g26t,0001MI#249317 fireplace, high ceilings, loft as a bonus room, half-wrap deck, etc.
H&C, arge Bedrooms, Family Room with brick fireplace, Big Kitchen,ake an appointment today! Priced at $155,000 ML#248028
Sunporch, Farmers, Very Nice[ ..................................................................... Make an appointment today! Priced at 155,000 MLs#2480
Ie mean In em ad In 3 l0ad h 2 arage n Saliad Bolok
starrHHadtlreseoernie kpce m e s sSouathern plantation
Red d (Comps akh r.d diee rlls re) alhnn *style home in prestigious

A 4884 ArrowhTad Dr. M Mar anna 0s odre tagesdn eo.reymelroo|an -ikkeieria watenfront o n Lake Osceola. Home has large porches, in-ground pool w/
WATERFRONT ON CRYSTAL CLEAR MERRTTS MILL POND. Sit on the mefor lomkrxiene $125,000MI 5#249304 new liner and many extras. Seller will allow up to $18O000toward new roof
back porch and throw rocks in the pond. 3BR/2BA, 2238 H/C SF, 2 Central sew linerand manyeotras. Sellerwill allow opts $18,000 toward new roof
H&C, Granite Countertops Stainless Appliances, 171 front foot on water........................... and upgrades. Makeyour appt. today! Priced at $225,000 ML#248285
PLUS attached 1BR/1.5 BA, 1200 SF home/office/rental unit. -mad -er rel i a
A ulk Ak M0 a hmld OW ad oamaks *1t liaMP
Interir Pbnt s6 i.- w m f WThAis appealing

etMLS#2. d47533 -bt9 be, a .beautiful laminate
.arMLS#247533 e dhardwood floors;
ON INDIAN SPRIN L 600 H/C SqFt ffice 2013 Millon Dollar Producer spacious grea t room, kitdin combo, Igbdrms & baths, big utility
ON INDIAN SPRINGS GOLFCOURSE. 38R/3BA, 2600H/C Slt, Office "rm, new heat pump, 2-car garage, landscaped yard wlbackyard
or 4th BR, Open Floor Plan, Freshly painted Corian Counter tos in ........enced Close to high school, state park airport & so much more
ire big ivtchen. parekin wao try lrge bedr sms, suL n oomr terec Pat Furr Ouda MorrisE dw sizedhomea crossIheBelworeof fenced. Clase to high school, state park, irpost, & so much mire.
the big kitche, ki pan d sunroomnced Pat urr Ou M Eorris Make an a pt. today! Priced at only $149,900 MLS #247791
baceade landscaped and sprinklers. Rd i Gee loda. This "i mkea graer _altoy!Pie t$5,0 S281
so make a moeser bedroom end his a ful botlroon WHAT A BARGAINhr
wSih shr w. Ah ihe other end of to hame Is aenther
& Debbie Roney dSmith',rond l lsro Louedry rc=i ot This 1600 square foot
Dabble hnSm h*in.kudesesa smrodo. in ete bac building on 2 acres
onhMLS#248659 Meps. ie$77,900S 249127 is located on busy
5075 Basswoord Rd. ascom Hwy. 90 between Marianna and Cottondale. This structure2
37.7 ACRES (18 +/- Pasture, balance is hardwoo) .Plus a beauttoiful SHO T .tii*i ns... i.. has a large open area with several office areas. Make an
custom built home by David Dulaney in 2004. All Brick, ener efficient, tol lr t'de, FL 2
s goreat oaeo o own Vely Thomas lderhmhreedi 202 ih aointment today! Priced rightat 59,900 MILS #249124
3BR/3BA, Open Great Rooms Laminate hardwood flooring Split Bedroom eeve.s s eb..,,r,,ei.remitns o tso s
plan, Large'Kitchen and eat in area 9' CGiling with crown molding. save cabines,s reinshed floors, and new applinces.
Realtor This hsme is coenisent re sen and close In L This prestigious 4BR/3.5BA
eedenls. eIr hanm hes a converted garsae lth home ino North Oaks
850209.5211 s comer let wih a spodeus yard. This would make a Subdivision shows well starter home or could e a gree lInvesrment s from the time you enter the
MLS .9264 rentolpropert. $59,0s1 S#2491 .21 foyer! Sunken LR, Ig kitchen.
M 6 with new s.s. refrig. & dishwasher, new stovetop, plenty of cabinets and a
0943 Sellers Sd. Maroiann MARIANNA You breakfast area. Beautiful crown molding throughout home. Upstairs bed/
25 ACRES &BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM HOME. All brick & vinyl very erasenct. wil be amze 11hi ne inMAn bath with large multi-purpose noon Thisia mast see! Priced at $289,000p
3BR/3.5BA, Oak hardwood Ran eas 0o frepe, Forals Granite upnUosr Moos Itay MLS #248914
Stainless once1F pao9e.ty of up Porch 1f4h+e file, 2ot ons go utniqeenproperlyaloctsdon
detached s Mast bedroom ha private s U th and h aer RmeLbath. W 1, led In k W a M ias l ewVet d
Enjoythe inte acre inludes a niar two Hi"Ahghly visible on HWY 71,
_ _story gamge with 11tWnkw.o pheh," 12000+ siq.ft metal bldg
$2173 per acre would make nice guest room. -, v'.Z. da withoffices, mtg room, Ig
73ear MA89 6 _. w hmel_--aa_- aotoentty!Prc display room, partslisplay
MLS 248935 $89,000 .. ounter, tall sign pole out
MLS#482p1d biIea=ss0LVete front, Ig warehouse space
e in the back ew/roll up doors, partially fenced, all on 7 acres w/addt'l
............ropmt uai u toa 1............................... pn acres. Property has numerous potential uses. Make

91i MACRES AO ts r t fes wFrtoi WWl! to ss arerric omedaneI an appointment todayl Priced at$495,O000 MLS#247339
h.lls a W Ws This homee csofa m hhs e a s soninsHeriray, times a i m bases his wi hi
w 8dEd w ay Oe R p B eimuch hto offer, i liviing room 1_0-dho~n RoNTL N ERrSeil
wi thk nre poulace, mrg diianog k .MILL POND! Retreat from-
roofn and screened-in sun h aermaer TheO se o a oea ,ldw trbrad unerW day pressures to this
room. There's so rmuech marel! a to e inin ae e or evaeueywarlmt h wist
MLS 247928 $125,000 rkedrig 0t uniquewaterfronthome w
fIioyh e r irarahum gorgeous views. 3BR/28A,
MLS#248231 yaredrfdyintsblic4,9b0ats#rampbig window views from each
b r ............................. bhedremii, new carpet, boat dock,dock,2 worksop's,.pan ed riv eway, secluded
Hwy73SEVMraEaPosble SHORT SALE Ths 3 bedroml/ -bath from main road. Fishing, boating, diving, swimming-etc. Beautiful clear spring
Hwy73 SMarianna .efi ted idlkiin sle home Isistulued onal ode lot jrst off Blae afed in alI offers All to 249000 MS#248162
98.3 ACRES. All Poasture, fenced, Hwy Front, rolling solte IOeainlhl mt oda ridSpdagtl ny 5y Northea0ofMaMna.S I4h
hills, was active cow farm. aohmas g5obedroomsoeondl2bo. Upv gusy eem-/ are within 1
---Lta0 sees as famly recta. The 2-1/2 acres within
s "ijust htforoaipfmamily. (OH ole the dining crew preat fer aseral walking distance
Way iryoumpenhl dwng. dim Mi the fron doonvenient togfsreoy a of Lake Seminole.
60WO 247494 $140,000 priced Fitfu 40 v 248943 MARIANNALociated on Howell
M 24494 13 00dlsadrght$0,OML#248t43 Road, about 250
M 247494 $130,000 Aeend fints h c r a l oatreat. oinutes Hrowell
4 LyMLS#248926.............................0 .................................... ...... ............... yards from the public boat ramp. Exc. location for a
Lciaed hom tr #dn am of Wlnn Dshee orhi fishg camp or a beautiful lake retreat. Minutes from
Hwi 289 fr ueber ry Dr )" Sneads i Three Rivers State Park. Add land available. Drive by
30 ACRES. All wooded 500' hwy front, Nice home site, lotsof2 hans hah ea 2 k ermi ems has.322luly today! Priced at only $35,000 MIS #248859
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ML 2I8 = 0in Spri ng h acres in easere w Built ire
206718-049a2Swater ofbaseid 206 thisrostng 2977', 43-dri.
MLS*o49123 GRechck-nrre. of egmesmoice

..... ....S.dison.......... Locat.d on.aCu... 1ecL-Lc sf arrs.eerlln m with a long pavedos

beOWNu withNERFoln__thihome d ae,, doueide m a., 5500h 5BR.3BA home.

Lodorthe0roof wrap-amuoud porcbes, a-grunit gute pool, 2 detached storage
tedo ee/ ofte R tion, Bterm RopOpi C rs 7 SOR, RO s nasoeu l g operty th
homo on420 Ari s ef wood land, ~tho. keypeeldd .. awed 2 aoca s on, location,
I 2oaledn n MiPond d Si.netli and ,., o ded, pr Ioccaty n ls mocatlon
theHo-looce(ent if1, oneof only ,,,,ffieec-gtCpody lhaat ion,000 s m 15ic8a
p F iworking, walEarun Gnit dlls_
RE FIED BDIVI-ndN. ,,eTN R TdWN,'a,,d,*4o,-shbmM,,F. & is close to the hospital.
3T C 4 T O 5 MCIALOTS# 8 MA# U' oute Has 5 cram nns, 3 baths, waiting areal chock-iS area, & Sxec. cfi0ce.
LesO tan B ock off of H/ITY 90NAD, 0A0k, 720 SqEWt New C/E Heat li ke0w eF ed ek1r ai d metre hea onke prr tor yoar own businuss* PRICED AT $137,500 MIS #248189
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MLS# 249266 $54nr 00th iosodyb ted. esl innsindflMl2,1H mostly high and dry, wooded property Not far from town.



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