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Jackson County Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Vol. 91 No.54

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Barrett Cloud
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SJackson County Tourist Development Council Executive Director Pam
Fuqua and TDC board member Paul Donofro show off the Silver ADDY Award
bestowed upon the TDC's website.

Local tourism website

wins silver ADDY award
Fromstaff reportt website last year, with that com-
pany creating a much broader,
The Jackson County Tourist thorough, competitive sjte last
SDevelopment Council's website year with the instrumental input
has received a silverADDY award of TDC Executive Director Pam
from the American Advertising Fuqua. The new site encom-
Federation in a design competi- passes all tourism-related infor-
Seauty queens and sisters Lannahe and Lauragrace melia Grigsby tion held March 7. mation, including guidance on
Roberts show off their green, along with their from Marian- The TDC hired KeTigan Mar-
Tthg Associates toCimpIrv ... See AD ... Page 9A
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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER niversary of the battle nears home to Jackson County Tour- on the calendar. Two days and ist Development Council and

evenings will be devoted to it Visitor's Center.
Over the past few Septem- this time around, with some hoes hang from branches and line the trunk of a
.bers, the local community has advance teases thrown in. See BAoTTLE, Page 9A Ri oes e B Sdhe hine eh n
tree outside Buy's Shoe Shine Shop hn Wednes-
day in Marianna. Business owner.Leon Kelly says
Sheriff's Office wains of postal sam eye-catching display, which began years ago, from
i s a the discarded shoes of students leaving the Dozier boys
From staffreports letters are from "PINNACLE letter then instructs-the re, school, is meant to symbolize perseverance and hope.
FINANCIAL INCORPORATED," cipient to call the claims de- The shoes along the base of the tree, he said, show the
The Jackson County Sheriff's but are a scam. partment before acting on the
Office has obtained informa- T CSO says the envelope notice. young men that they "still have a chance to walk away
tion about residents receiving contains a checkin the amount Again, the Sheriff's Office from crime and be a productive citizen." To watch a
letters in the mailthat say they df $4,350 and a letter stat- warns that these letters are a video in which Kelly talks about the tree and its mean-
have won alottery. ing the check is to help pay scam and to notmake contact
Authorities say these a $3,900 processing..fee. The or send any money. ing visit

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JACKSON COUNTY COmmunity Calendar

F L O R ID A N SUNDAY, MARCH 16 County monthly meeting 6 p.m. Agriculture Disabled American Veterans Meeting- 7
n Missions for a Healthy World, Inc. fundraiser Center, U.S. 90 W., Marianna. Guest speaker will be p.m. at the DAV Chapter 22 house, 3083 DAV Lane,
Publisher Valeria Roberts 1p.m. to 10 p.m. at Milk and Honey Frozen Yogurt. Stephen Guschov, Liberty Council Attorney, who Marianna. Call 209-4310. proceeds will be donated to Mission for a Healthy provides pro bono services and representation on ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9
World. The community is invited to enjoy tasty the subject of liberty. Also, John Roberts, Marianna p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski treats throughout the day thus.contributing to the City Commissioner, and candidate for re-election Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed dis- mission fund. will also address the group. Everyone is invited and cussion With 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire
T Fine Arts Series 4-6 p.m. St. Luke's Episcopal there is no admission fee. to stop drinking is welcome.
CONTACT US Church will conclude its ninth-seaon of concerts ) Chipola Beekeepers Meeting 6-8 p.m. at the St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to p.m. St.
Telephone: 850-526-3614 with presentation of "Little Windows" duets. A Jackson County Extension Office, 2741 Pennsylvania Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna.
FAX: 850-482-4478 contemplative approach to traditional song will be Ave., Marianna. Bring a dish for the potluck supper. Call 482-3734.
offered. They hope to open little windows into a Call 482-9620.
Emil: timeless, spiritual land. A "Meet the Artists" recep- n Alcoholics A nionymous Open Meeting 8-9 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19
Street Address: tion will follow during which CDs will be available. p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
4403 Constitution Lane St. Luke's is located on U.S. 90 in downtown Marian- Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. a Eldercare Services 8 a.m. at Eldercare Ser-
Marianna, FL32448 na. Donations are accepted for the Fine Arts Series vices in Marianna will be giving out USDA food.
Office Hours: of concerts. For more information call 482-7671. TUESDAY, MARCH 18 ) Free Glucose & Cholesterol Screening 9:30
SAlcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion Strawerryalea.m. to noon and 1-3:30 p.m. Sneads City Hall.Two
Weekdays, 8 5 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion Strawberry Sale -Sneads Elementary School. hour fasting for best results. First come, first serve.
6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist Fresh from Plant City. $15 per flat.Cash only. All
SMISS YOUR PAChurch, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance orders must be pre-paid. Deadline for orders was Malone Joy Club -10 a.m. Joy Club House, SR.
MISS YOUR PAPER? limited to people with a desire to stop drinking. March 13. For more info, call 482-9003. 2, Malone. Lunch served at noon. Games following
You should receive your newspaper no later st ed Driving Program 7:lunch. Come and join the fun.
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- MONDAY, MARCH, 17 3:30 p.m. at Bloutstown High School 18597 SR Jackson County Tourist Development Council
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to ) Distracted Driving Program 7:50 a.m. to 3:30 69, Blountstown. The Distracted Driving Program meeting 10 the Russ House, 4318 Lafay-
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The p.m. at Altha High School, 25793 N. Main St., Altha. is a division of the national Save a Life tour which ette St., Marianna.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) The Distracted Driving Program is a division of the has been endorsed by high schools and college all ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon
national Save a Life tour which has been endorsed across the country and by the United States Navy, to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
is published Tuesday through Friday and by high schools and college all across the country Marines, Air Force and Army, along with insurance Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid and by the United States Navy, Marines, Air Force companies and hospitals nationwide. ) Jackson County Public Library Advisory Board
at Marianna, FL. and Army, along with insurance companies and ) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. Meeting 3 p.m. Jackson County Board of County
hospitals nationwide. Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Commissioners'Administration Building 2864
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Nature Exhibit -10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Florida Our new line of spring and summer attire is in. Madison, Marianna.
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 Caverns'in the museum. It will be interpreted by Come see the great deals you can find. Call 482- S.W.A.T. Chapter "Kick Butts" event 4 p.m.
volunteer Diane Blakeslee. 3734. St.Luke Baptist Church, Orange St., Marianna.
for three months; $62.05for six months; Chipola Chapter NSDAR Meeting -11 a.m. n Chipola Regional Arts Association Meeting Those interested in this life-changing opportunity
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include Oaks Restaurant. Guest speaker will be Donna -11:30 a.m. at the Woman's Club in Chipley with a are encouraged to attend.
applicable state and local taxes. Mail Meldin from Covenant Hospice. For more informa- Dutch-treat luncheon. The cost for lunch is $7.50. Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees monthly
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail tion contact Regent Carolyn Jordan at dcjordan@ The meeting will feature presentations by Washing- Finance Committee and Board Meeting-5 p.m.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; or 638-1947. ton County and Holmes County arts educators who in the classroom of Jackson Hospital.
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47for one D Employability Workshop "Mock Interviewing" have received mini-grants this year. For information,
year.- 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. Workshop call 718-2277. THURSDAY, MARCH 20
is facilitated by a certified motivational career ) Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St.
coach. Workshop is free and open to the public. Visit Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna.
ADVERTISING to register. Marianna. Our new line of spring and summer.attire is in.
The advertiser agrees that the publisher ) Senior Fellowship Association Meeting a Sewing Circle 1 Jackson County Senior Come see the great deals you can find. Call 482-
shall not be liable'for damages arising Noon in the Youth Center of First United Method- Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call 3734.
out of errors and advertisements beyond ist Church, Marianna for their monthly potluck 482-5028. Early Learning Coalition of Northwest Florida
themount paid for thespaceactually luncheon and meeting. Fried chicken will be fur- Employability Workshop "Effective Network- provider Rate Ad HOC Committee Meeting (Be-
nished, Members please bring a dish to accompany ing Skills" 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. gin Negotiations of Lease) -10 a.m. Coalition
occupied by that portion of the advertise- the chicken. Guest speaker will be Larry Conley, Workshop is facilitated by a certified motivational Region Three Family Success Center, 703 W. 15th
ments in which the error occurred, whether president of the Artist Guild of Northwest Florida. career coach. Workshop is free and open to the Street, Suite A, Panama City.
such error is due to the negligence of the Members of the Guild will be spotlighted and they public. Visit to register. Nature Exhibit -10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Florida
publisher's employees or otherwise, and will be giving a painting as a door prize. All seniors Panhandle Public ibrary Cooperative System Caverns in the museum. It will be interpreted by
there shall be not liability for non-inser-County are invited. v er in lese.
there shall be not liability for non-inser- oun y are inv Board Meeting 4 p.m. at 2862 Madison St., volunteer Diane Blakeslee.
tion of any advertisement beyond the Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting Marianna. n Caregiver Support Group Meeting -11 a.m. to
amountpaid for such advertisement.This 5:30-7:30 p.m, at nCou tens Jackson County School Board Meeting 4 noon in the First Presbyterian Church Social Hall,
amountpaid for such advertisement. This Service, 2741 Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meet- Jackson C ch Boar Meet 4
newspaper will not knowingly accept or ings are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for p.m. at 2903 Jefferson St., Marianna and are open 4437 Clinton St., Marianna. Open to all family care-
to the public. The agenda can be viewed on the givers providing care to loved ones or friends.
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- projects, lessons and help. All quilters welcome. Call district For more info, call Confidential group, facilitated by a professional
ing which expresses preference based on 573-5434. districtwebsite at For more info, call Confidential group, facilitated by a professional
482-1200. group counselor. Coffee, water, light snacks pro-
legally protected personal characteristics is > Alford Community Organization MeetingCalhoun Guard, Camp 2212 ed
p.m. in the Alford Community Center: New members ) Capt. Luke Lots Calhoun Guard, Camp 2212 viaed.
not acceptable. from Alford, surrounding communities invited to Sons of Confederate Veterans meeting 6 n Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks
join. Call 579-4482, 638-4900 or 579-5173. p.m. at the Altha Community Center. Men, women Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus
HOWTO GETYOUR n do oand children who are interested in Southern and is the local community, "Community, Children &
W Concerned American Patriots of Jackson Confederate Heritage are welcome to attend. Character:' Call 526-3142.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish 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,
email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your news or Community Calendar .
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. Police ROU nAdU
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, MARIANNA POLICE one missing adult, two aban- four criminal registrations, two D Adrian Todora, 24, 2837
anniversary and birth announcements. DEPARTMENT doned vehicles, one suspicious welfare checks, and one Baker Wynn St., Mariana, felony
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. vehicle, one Act transport. battery.
Photographs must be of good quality and The Marianna Police De- suspicious inci- a Dwight Holland, 34, 2321
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the partment listed the following a dent, one sus- JACKSON COUNTY Topaz Road, Cottondale, bur-
right to edit all submissions, incidents for March 13, the tw. picious person, CORRECTIONAL FACILITY glary of an occupied dwelling,
latest available report: Three two escorts, burglary of a conveyance, petit
GETTING IT RIGHT accident reports, one reckless one report of The following people were theft.
The Jackson County Floridan's policy driver, one suspicious person, mental illness, booked into the county jail dur- a Eric McKinney, 37, 2053
is to correct mistakes promptly. To one verbal disturbance, 18 traf- one verbal disturbance, one ing the latest reporting periods: Will Logan Road, Ozark,
report an error, please call 526-3614 fic stops, one follow-up investi- pedestrian complaint, one resi- n Levin Berry, 18, 3022 Clear- Ala., driving while license
Monday-Friday. gation, one juvenile complaint, dential fire, two woodland fire mont Road, Marianna, driving suspended/revoked.
one assault, two public service calls, 17 medical calls, two bur- under the influence. n Oscar Hill, 54, 3356 Royal
calls, one 911 hang-up, and four glar alarms, seven traffic stops, D Kristofer Porter, 19, 11291 Carriage Drive, Montgom-
home security checks. one larceny complaint, one Harts Road (Apt. 2202), Jack- ery, Ala., felony driving while
criminal mischief complaint, sonville, possession of marijua- license suspended/revoked.
JACKSON COUNTY one found/abandoned property na under 20 grams, possession
SHERIFFS OFFICE report, one follow-up investiga- of drug paraphernalia. Jail Population: 174
tion, two animal complaints, a Reginald Sorey, 39, 2748
The Jackson County Sheriff's 10 property checks, five assists Highway 2, Campbellton, non- To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
Office and county fire/rescue of motorists or pedestrians, child support. at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
reported the following inci- two assists of other agencies, a Devonta Gibson, 22, 3322 agency.
dents for March 13, the latest one public service call, one 911 Valley Oaks Drive, Marianna, To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
JCFLORIDAN.COM available report: One accident, hang-up, one K-9 deployment, trespass after warning. 404-FWCC (3922).

Engagements & Weddigs Bring more happiness into the world

Rogers, Long
r he expressions on When people quietly fall be energetic, enthusias- things, such as our family,
some faces when in line, even though they tic people among us, no a roof over our head and
we're out in public don't sin- matter how tough the some of the things we
are a reminder that we are cerely agree times, and these days take for granted, can be
living in a tough time for with certain they're easier to-spot than eye opening. When we
many people. During the things, ever among the many learn that money's not
holiday season, there is there's a struggling people in the as valuable as some of
more smiling and friend- lack of joy world. the so-called little things
liness than at any time of and enthu- Having cheerful, uplift- in life, we're heading in
the year, but over the last inu MS siasm. We ing people around can the right directiop. If it
few years there seems to Vincent as a country be a good thing. One of was, why do some people
be less joy and exuber- Murphy and as the best ways for each with many expensive
ance than in the past. individu- of us to keep our spirits assets speak of their
The combination of als need to do our best high is to take time each unhappiness?
economic problems and to help raise the qual- day to mentally let go of Our ministers are in a
the changes in our way of ity of life in our country our problems in life, and great position outside
life probably have much by practicing some of think about our many of the home -- to remind
to do with today's atmo- the high standards this blessings. We should be- people how valuable the
sphere. The more tolerant countrywas built on, be- gin by thanking God for word "thankful" is to our
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. James Long, and the late and accepting we've ginningwith "In GodWe another day of life. survival in an uncertain
Rogers of Sneads, Florida, Donald and Nicoletta Wilson become of things many Trust." We need to find When we take a close world. Being thankful
proudly announce the of Compass Lake, Florida. of our population didn't ways to bring more joy look at ourselves, many doesn't mean we will
engagement and forthcoming Brian is a 2010 graduate of readily accept in the past, into our personal lives, of us will realize we could be trouble free, but it
marriage of their daughter, Sneads High School and is the more lethargic and which would show pub- easily be worse off than definitely helps as we
Ashley Brooke to Brian currently a Sergeant serving in complacent many licly in our daily activities. we are. Taking time to work toward improving
Pharoah Long, son of Diane the US Army as a Chinook have become. There are and will always appreciate important our lives.
Collins, of Alford Florida and Crew Chief. He is stationed at
the late James Long. Wheeler Army Airfield in
The bride-to-be is the Wahiawa, HI. JACKSON HOSPITAL HOSTS
granddaughter of Gerry The couple will be joined in JSO N H O SPI
Adkison of Chattahoochee, marriage before God, family
Florida, the late Ben F. and friends, on Saturday
Adkison and Joe and Tina March 22, 2014 at 3:00 PM
Rogers of Sneads, Florida, and EST at First Baptist Church,
the late Bobbie Rogers. Chattahoochee, Florida. A
Ashley is a 2013 graduate of reception shall follow the
Sneads High School and is ceremony in the Fellowship
currently attending Chipola Hall.
College pursuing her degree in No local invitations are
Mathematics Education. being sent, but all friends and
The prospective groom is family; of the couple are
the grandson of Sylvia Long cordially invited to attend.
of Alford, Florida, the late

Griffin, Riddle


ackson Hospital hosted the 5th Annual Spring Fling for first year Florida State Univer;
sity medical students on March 10-12. During this event, 14 of these first-year medi-
Scal students sthIhowed many of Jackson Hospital's physicians. Pictured are first-year
Phillip and Donna Griffin of Appraisers Office in Florida State University medical students
Blountstown, FL are pleased Blountstown.
to announce the engagement Brittany is the
and upcoming wedding of granddaughter of Jerry and CRAAto meetTuesday at Woman's Club in hipley
their daughter Brittany Geraldine Roberts of Grand C R to m eet sd ay t W om ns Club in
Leighani* Griffin to Clay Ridge and Gretchen Griffin
Everett Riddle, the son of Jack and the late Phillip "Woody" The public is invited to support the arts in our to CRAA can do for the terested students may ap-
Riddle of Fountain and Joyce Griffin of Blountstown. attend the Chipola Re- area, and especially our community. All funds re- ply at the Chipola College
Allen of Blountstown. Clay'is the grandson of Lula gional Arts Association elementary and second- ceived directly support lo- website, www.chipola.
Brittany is a 2010 graduate Allen. and the late Jack Allen meeting on Tuesday at the ary schools art programs cal arts programs. To con- edu.
of Blountstown High School, of Blountstown and Jack Woman's Club in Chipley. to attend." tinue and expand these For more information
and graduated from Florida Riddle Sr. of Boca Raton, FL There will be a Dutch- The Chipola' Regional programs, we need your about the meeting or
State University in 2013 with and Gail Stringer of Topeka, treat luncheon, at 11:30 Arts Association's annual help." about making a contri-
a B.S: in Social Science and a KS.
minor in Education. She is The wedding will take place a.m., with the program mini-grant program set CRAA is in the middle of bution to CRAA, contact
currently employed by the on Saturday, May 10 at 6 p.m. beginning at noon. The a new record this season it fundraising campaign Anita Price at pricea@
Jackson County School Board at Robert Trammell's Camp cost for the lunch is $7.50. awarding24 grants of$250 to fund next year's pro- or 718-2277.
in Marianna. off of Charles Pippin Road 'The meeting will fea- each to art, music, and grams and hopes to in-
Clay is a 2007 graduate of north of Blountstown. All ture presentations by theatre teachers across crease its impact on the Onjilip
Blountstown High School and friends and relatives of the Washiilgton County and Chipola's five counties. community.
is currently employed with the couple are invited to attend. Holmes County arts edu- Because of the large num- CRAA serves five coun-
Calhoun County Property cators who have received ber of mini-grant awards, ties in the Chipola district
mini-grants this year. presentations will be di- with a rotating scholar-
M c rCorm ick M cC oy Joan Stadsklev, presi- vided between the March ship that is offered to
rm co dent of CRAA, says, "In 18, April 15 and May 20 potential music, art, and
an effort to involve more meetings. theatre' students. This
people, CRAA has moved Evelyn Ward, executive year, Calhoun County
its monthly meeting to director of CRAA, says, is asked to submit ap-
Washington County. We "This is a powerful testa- plicants for the 2014-15 Carat TheFIVEC's
invite all who want to ment to what a donation CRAA scholarship. In- Color

Marianna's Most
Trusted Jeweler
1 rJ" rorEst. 1971


Two hearts, joined together, wedding ceremony at their
sharing their lives forever. home on March 1, 2014.
Deborah Lynn McCormick A reception followed with
and Troy Earl McCoy are family attending. The couple ab A e ,
excited to announce that they celebrated their honeymoon e s e
were married with an outdoor with a trip.

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HEIDEBRECHT SPEAKS Covenant celebrates National Social Worker Month
TO OPTIMIS S Covenant Hospice cel-
TO OPTIMS ebrates National Social
Work Month throughout
SMarch. The 2014 theme,
"All People Matter" was se-
lected to help raise aware-
ness about the American
social work profession's
116-year commitment to
e Yursel improve social conditions
and quality of life opportu-
Snities for everyone. Social
e workers across the globe
believe that all people
have dignity and deserve
Throughout its 34 coun-
ty service area, Covenant SUBMITTEDPHOTO
Hospice social workers From left are Brandon Highsmith, Kristin Roberts, Jimmy King, Tamara Hudson and Riley
help patients and families Henderson.
to live with dignity and the Medicaid or other insur- a wide variety of needs," tion dedicated to provid-
highest degree of physical, ance benefits. said Pam Edwards, vice ing comprehensive, com-
emotional, social and spir- Covenant Hospice social president of clirnical ser- passionate services to
itual comfort. They pro- workers also help patients vices for Covenant Hos- patients and loved ones
vide emotional support to and families who need pice. "They have passion during times of life-limit-
patients and loved ones, financial assistance by and an inherent sense ing illnesses.
assist in dealing with clo- identifying and accessing of purpose that truly in- For more info about Cov-
sure issues, help in under- community resources. spires our staff and the enant Hospice or to make
standing and completing "Social workers are es- patients and families that ahospiceinqur, call482-
advanced directives, and sential to our organiza- we serve." 8520 or visit the website at
help in understanding and tion because they provide Covenant Hospice is a www.covenanthospice.
SUBMITTED PHOT utilizing Medicare, services that encompass not-forprofit organiza- org.
C hristine Heidebrecht (left) was
welcomed recently by president Gate Adimision
George Gay and members of the Includes a Full Day of
Marianna Optimist Club as their guest Entertainment Including
Concerts and Fireworks
speaker. Heidebrecht, who is the Habitat for Conces ad F
Humanity ReStoremanager, told the
gathering that donations and sales at the
Marianna store have increased significantly
since opening in its new location on U.S. 90
in March 2013. She also noted this increase
will make it possible to build as many as five
homes for Jackson County families this year.
She said also that the Marianna ReStore is
always in need of donations and volunteers.

Friday, April 4 CITIZEN'S LODGE
Noon* 1 PARK
Chipola to hold Noon 457 Caens Road
Saturday, April 5 ernsRoad
Marianna, Floridaanna, o da
auditions Monday so Flrrridat

A Southe n Tradiato
ChipolaTheatre will hold and singing skills. Piano FINE ARTS CONTEST
open auditions for the skills not required. Other, ARTS & RAFS
children's' show, "You're a ensemble roles likely will FOOD, ARTS & CRAFTS
Good Man, Charlie Brown take on the looks andman- TONS OF ACTIVITIES
(Revised) on Monday at 5 nerisms of Peppermint FOR THE KIDS
p.m., in the Center for the Patty and others. FLORIDA ASSOCIATION
Arts. "You're a Good Man,NTEST
The show calls for a cast Charlie Brown" (Revised) BAR- CONTEST
less than a dozen actors opened on Broadway in
aged 16 and over. Roles 1999. It is a fresh approach
include: Charlie Brown, a to the all-time 1967 classic.
male baritone with strong Sally Brown joins Charlie,
singing and acting skills; Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and
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Minimum wage debate obscures larger jobs issue

"Igota job but it ain't Kroc, who utilized teenage which are voluntarily for 16.5 million low-wage the economy and increase from a much larger and
nearly enough..." workers and low wages to offering medical insur- Americans," according to discretionary spend- more pressing issue: how
"GOOD OL' BOY keep costs ance to employees may be Goldfarb. The report also ing. It's hard to imagine, to recreate the decent
Steve Earle down and forced to forego providing predicts that such a move though, that minimum paying, middle-class jobs
build a fast that benefit to offset new could lift some 900,000 wage workers are going to that can bring back the
food em- costs. Americans out of poverty, plow a lot of cash into big- kind of salaries that allow
S hould the.U.S. raise pire. And The CBO report (non- Uplifting a million ticket items when they get a breadwinner to raise a
the minimum wage to make his partisan Congressional Americans above the a pay hike. It's more likely family and pay for a child's
by $2.85 an hour to Margaret company's Budget Office) says that if poverty line is a powerful that they will buy more college education.
establish a baseline U.S. McDowel stock a the minimum wage rises idea. The cost of basic and better food and cover
hourly wage of $10.1-0? favorite for to $10.10 that layoffs could goods and services, like their current expenses Margaret R. McDowell, ChFC,
Apparently, two-thirds investors. be relatively minimal,'or housing, food and fuel, more expeditiously. AIFc a syndicated economic
i bcolumnist, Chartered Financial
of Americans think Many start-up businesses they could amount to a has increased markedly, Still, pay should Consultant and Accredited Invest-
minimum wage should be survive by minimizing million jobs lost. Some even though, technically, somewhat mirror living ment Fiduciary, is the founder of
increased. By how much overhead. If the new greater degree of specifici- inflation is not rampant. costs. And pay is lagging Arbor Wealth Management, LLC,
is an overriding issue. wage law is enacted as ty would certainly be help- We all know that living behind. It seems reason- n(850-6086121-www.arborwealth.
"Polls show that rais- proposed, many small ful here. Losing 30,000 on minimum wage, even able that we could lift the Registered Investment Advisory
ing the minimum wage is enterprises may be forced jobs is one thing. But a at $10.10 an hour, is a minimum wage to, say, $9 Firm located near Destin. This
broadly popular," writes out of business. Those million jobs lost is quite sketchy proposition at per hour, without doing column should not be considered
Zach Goldfarb in the that manage to stay afloat another. best. irreparable harm to the personalized investment advice
Washington Post. may cut back on hiring On the flip side, the CBO Some economists economy anyd proies no assur nce nth
any specific strategy or investment
Last week, we high- and even institute layoffs. says that such a move believe that raising the Unfortunately, the de- will be suitable or profitable for an
lighted the career of Ray Some small businesses "would increase earnings minimum wage will boost bate diverts our attention investor.

Wendy Stevens reads to a class at F.M. Golson Elementary School.
Monday was "The Cat in Stevens, executive director
the Hat Day" with students of Just Read, Florida.
wearing their favorite hat Students also participat-
-Alanna Russ presents Wendy Stevens with a gift and a to school. ed in Renaissance Learn-
certificate. Tuesday the students cel- ing's "tead the Most from
G olsonhosts ebrated "Fox in Sox Day" Coast to Coast," a nation-
F by wearing crazy socks and wide day of Accelerated
F .Vj G ols n h s 1enjoying a sock hop during Reader testing. Participat-
their PRE. wheel time. ing Accelerated Reader
,.- Seuss C k"Wacky Wednesday"` the schools took 4.9 million
SS iss -faculty, staff, and students tests in one day. The Cele-
dressed wacky, much to bration ended with a book
The learning commu- students and staff partici- the delight ofeveryone., character parade on the
nity of Golson Elementary pated in Seuss-themed ac- Thursdaywas "TheI lrax schools track with teach-
celebrated Dr. Seuss Week tivities named for various Day' and everyone wore ers and estudents dressed
Feb. 24-28.Each daythe Dr. Seuss books. orange in hD nor of the up as their favorite book
Lorax. characters. : p Let's hop on the Magic School Bus.
Friday a Seussical Cel-
ebration was held which
featured the greatest par-
ticipationr of guest readers
in Golson. history! After be-
ing served breakfast in the
school's Media Center, the
guests went ,to the class-
rooms and read a book to
the students. There were
more than 40 readers from
including those inlocal and
state governmeht, com-
munity leaders and busi-
ness people and educators.
Guests included Supt. Steve
Thing 1 and Thing 2 arrive from "The Cat in the Hat" by Dr. Benton, Sr., a wrestler;
Seuss. and special guest Wendy

tThe ehurches of Christ
ge you If Oany m0n speak, let him speok ds the
R 6Ocles of God.." 1 Peter 4:11 (KJV)
:etthe Bible speak" ..., THE DAY OF THE LORD'S RETURN
One of the emphatic teachings of the Word of God concerns the last
amn Ca n day of time: the second coming of Jesus Christ. The following events
will take place at Christ's second coming:
SOn this day our Lord will descend from heavSen with a shout
Deusna(I Thess. 4:16),
Mhhuche ofCri On this day we will also hear the voice of the archangel
J lams P6:16 oa( l Thess. 4:16).
Gnn Hf* On this day all in the graves will hear the voice of Christ and bev
DonI wlresurrected (John 5:28, 29).
On this day.the bodies.of those still living will be changed from
corruptible to incorruptible (I Cor. 15:51).
S On this day the heavens and the earth will be destroyed
(2 Peter 3:10),
.On this day each shall give account to God (2 Cor. 5:10).
On this day every kneeshall bow and evens tongue shall confess that
Jesus Christ is Lord (Phil. 2:9-11).
On this day the righteous will enter into life eternal and the wicked
into an eternity of punishment (Matt. 25:46).
When will this day be you ask? The day of the Lord's return is
kept within the counsel of God (Malt. 24:36; Mark 13:32). Both Paul
and Peter taught that the Lord would return as a 'thief in the nigh'
(I Thess. 5:2; 2 Pet. 3:10). Unannounced! Unexpected! "Therefore...
let us watch...' (I Thess. 5:6). We watch, not by gazing into the
heavens, but by being prepared. The Lord stressed, "Therefore be ye
also ready: for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of man cometh'
(Maltt. 24:44). In view of these facts, we 'should be found of him in
peace, without spot, and blameless' (2 Pet. 3:14).

For-a free, in-home Bible correspondence course
please contact the Covems Road church office, or
My name is Tom Bowling, and I am the pulpit
minister for the church of Christ that meets at Cavems
Road here in Marianna. I would like to invite you
to attend our services, or to contact me anytime for
prayer or Bible study. God Bless Youl .

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Our Opinion 60 SEcOps, &' \ REPuRN YouTo
Satsuma Festival? COTiTESF P4 PRs oA.

Let's do it TAX-ILI
T he idea of reviving the Satsuma Festival in Mari- l
anna is gaining steam, with ideas and strategies
sprouting like blossoms. With some nurturing,
the notion is likely to bear fruit. I/
That would be a tremendous asset for Jackson '
County. A festival commemorating the cultivation of
Satsumas could be a springboard for the area, drawing \
visitors from near and far. One need only look at the
continuing success of the National Peanut Festival a 0
short drive up U.S. 231 to see what could be possible.
Such ideas don't form in the wild. They require
constant nurturing to take root and thrive. We applaud
the Jackson County Growers Association for setting
things in motion, and look to the feasibility committee
formed recently to investigate the potential of such a ,
festival. f6 -g i .aM /
We anticipate great things. Last week, we reported
some of the brainstorming surrounding the idea; in- len
um fomeob sto u mongeoi- a Beware the hype about special elections
cluding Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Presi- eware the hype about special
dent Jeff Massey's desire to increase events to spread
the annual Farm City Day into Farm CityWeek. There Tf you've ever looked at a leaf of negative ads. The U.S. Chamber
shouldbe some serious thought given to the possibility through a microscope, you of Commerce, for example, ran a
of attaching a Satsuma Festival at either end. know that tiny details appear TV spot blasting Democrat Alex
The possibilities are broad and varied, but the most enormous. Sink for her support of Obamacare,
important ingredient for success is already in place A special election is a rare mo- 'claiming that 300,000,Floridians
the willingness and enthusiasm of local folks to put ment in politics when the nation will lose their current coverage
the time and effort into making it happen. focuses its telescope on a single. and that the law will hurt seniors,
Our community is fortunate to have such folks in its contest and then greatly magnifies families and others.
midst. the resplts. MarshaMercer "With Alex Sink, the priority is
In 1991, in a special Senate elec- Obamacare not us," the narrator
tion, newly appointed Democratic been redrawn, and Medicare was intones.
Another View Sen. Harris Wofford of Pennsylva- old news. She lost her seat. But what neither party says is
nia handily defeated Republican So perhaps it's no surprise that how few seats are actually in play
S- challenger Dick Thornburgh, and when Republican David Jolly won in November. Most districts have
pundits read the tea leaves to say Tuesday's closely watched special been drawn to favor incumbents
c o i d e n g t e that health care had instantly House election in Florida, pundits and avoid tight races, so even
jumped to the top of the national saw it as a big deal. One political though all 435 House seats are up
state of ou re agenda. editor in the Sunshine State lifted in the midterm election, about
st e o o r state Wofford did champion health his eyes from the microscope and 370 are considered safely Repub-
care reform, as did Bill Clinton, said it was a "big, big, big, big win" lican or Democratic. The House is
elected president the next year. But for Republicans. expected to remain in Republican
A e heard from Gov. Rick Scott last week. And we know how the Clinton health It was a win, certainly, but a nar- control for Obama's final two years.
1 we heard from former Gov. Charlie Crist in plan turned out. row one. In the Senate, Republicans need
Sresponse. The state of the state speeches are In 1994, Wofford lost his Sen- The late C.W. BillYoung, a Repub- six seats to wrest control from
little more than shallow political ritual. Signaling the ate seat to a 36-year-old upstart lican, had held the seat more than Democrats. That's where Republi-
beginning of another legislative session, they come named Rick Santorum. Health 40 years. Jolly, who was Young's cans hope their relentless attacks
and go like starting bells to a school day. And unlike reform foundered for another former aide and general copnsel, on the president and his health
the lofty addresses of history's greatest leaders, we will decade. won by 3,400 votes out of 183,000 care law pay off.
little note nor long remember what was said last week When Democrat Kathy Hochul cast. It's believed to be the costli- So much depends on what hap-
in Tallahassee. won a special House election in est special election in history with pens in the next six months that
So today, in pursuit of the true state of the state, we NewYork in an upset in 2011, about $12 million spent, most -$9 it's wise, when you hear anyone
shun the futile search for substance in modem politi- analysts saw it ap a sign Democrats million by outside groups. talking about the significance of
cians. We look instead to the recently published study would make fighting a Republican Florida's 13th Congressional the Republican victory in Florida,
from the LeRoy Collins Institute at Florida State Uni- plan to cut Medicare their No.1 is- District in Pinellas County on the to remember the leaf under the
versity, "Tougher Choices: Shaping Florida's Future." sue. By 2012, Hochul's district had Gulf Coast was subject to a blizzard microscope.
Authored by economists from The Bureau of Economic _
and Business Research at the University of Florida, the
report is a deep read. It's thoughtful. It's data-based.
And the UF-FSU alliance that gave birth to the report Celebratin two First Amendment moments
is a stronger symbol of cooperation and unity than
anything coming out of the legislature. So from Jimbo Toone I know sent flowers or We are not descended from fearful
Fisher to Billy Donovan, Floridians of all allegiances |\ candy, but on March 9.we men not from men who feared
should take heed. all had cause to celebrate to write, to speak, to associate and
The report is a sequel to a 2005 study from the Collins the anniversaries of two very dif- to defend causes that were, for the,
Institute titled "Tough Choices" that determined our ferent First Amendment landmark moment, unpopular."
state was overly reliant on the housing market while moments. A decade later, the Supreme
ignoring investment our public schools, higher educa- Sixty years ago, on March 9, 1954, Court ruled in a case involving an
tion and statewide infrastructure. Sadly, the update CBS' Edward R. Murrow hosted an GenePolicinski advertisement published in The
finds that the decade-old warnings fell on deaf ears, episode of the prime-time televi- Inside the First Amendment New York Times in 1960. The ad
and the state has degraded due to that inaction. sion program "See It Now," in claimed "an unprecedented wave
Hence this report's title: "Tougher Choices." which he successfully exposed Sen. have the names of "205 commu- of terror" against civil-rights work-
The past still haunts us. The 2005 report despite Joseph McCarthy's mean-spirited nists" in the U.S. State Department. ers, particularly in Alabama. Even
warning about the housing market did not foresee and shoddy tactics in pursuing By 1954, his combative style and though a Montgomery, Ala., city
how bad it would get. Now, we have a state tax base alleged communists in the U.S. high-profile congressional hearings commissioner, L. B. Sullivan, was
that's stretched thin, leaving little room to pay for the government, involving hundreds of government not named, he sued the newspaper
improvements that we need in education, infrastruc- And on March 9, 1964, the U.S. officials had captured national and those who "signed" the ad,
ture and our environment. Supreme Court, in deciding New attention and boosted his political citing a number of factual errors.
The study says raising the state sales tax by a penny York Times v. Sullivan, set a new power. Alabama law -and what well may
or two would not create an unreasonable burden or national standard for "uninhibited, With film clips showing McCar- have been biased state courts fa-
economic inefficiency. It also proposes the tax on robust and wide-open" discussion thy's tactics and a no holds-barred vored Sullivan and he was awarded
Internet purchases and application of the sales tax to on matter of public concern and narrative, Murrow told viewers that $500,000 in damages.
gas purchases as potential avenues for broadening the on the performance and conduct "no one familiar with the history of In overturning the verdict, the.
entire sales tax base. of public officials. Some say the this country can deny that congres- U.S. Supreme Court set out a new
Of course, that would require a populace and politi- ruling effectively provided a sec- sional committees are useful. It libel standard for public officials:
cians bold enough to approach the idea of raising taxes ond ratification of the First Amend- is necessary to investigate before "actual malice," a high standard re-
of any kind. Again, "Tough Choices." ment's protection of the freedoms legislating, but the line between quiring proof the speaker or writer.
Overall, the report is not rosy, but it is realistic, of speech and press. investigating and persecuting is a knew a statement was false, or had
Maybe the most foreboding warning it presents is the The Murrow broadcast program very fine one and the junior Sena- recklessly disregarded whether it
condition of our public schools, contributed to McCarthy's down- tor from Wisconsin has stepped was true or false.
Florida's K-12 per-student spending and teacher sala- ward slide toward Senate censure over it repeatedly." The Murrow and Sullivan an-
ries are lagging not only behind the United States, but later that year, prompted also Murrow said to his audience that niversaries are opportunities for
perhaps more troublingly, behind the South. It finds by eight weeks of misbegotten "we must not confuse dissent with more than a celebration of history.
that Florida's class-size amendment has not produced televised hearings targeting the disloyalty. We must remember Rather, they are a chance to revel
the intended results. More teachers were hired at the U.S. Army. McCarthy had soared always that accusation is not proof in our individual freedom to speak
expense of teacher salaries, which thereby reduced to national fame following a 1950 and that conviction depends upon out, and in our power to challenge
teacher quality-- a cycle that the report claims is speech in which he claimed to evidence and due process of law. ... the powerful.
worsening ....
So where do we get more money to fix our schools
that are falling behind? Letter to the Editor
Essentially, the study proposes removing some of
the restraints of The Florida Education Finance Pro-
es across all 67 Florida districts. The report says:
"Allowing districts that choose to do so to charge If we are ever going to comfort zone. to churches. Concerns property, which gener-
additional (unequalized) discretionary millage suffi- grow to the next level in Everyone I know would about this were conveyed ates a lot of ad valorem
cient to bring per student spending in their districts up our county, our leader- like to see our local lead- to our present leadership taxes that pay our leaders
to the national average would help .. This would allow ship must and I say ers succeed. To be a suc- a long time ago, with no salaries, etc.
districts that want to fund education to do so without must start asking for cessful leader, however, action taken. So, here we Property owners
having to convince the rest of the state that the invest- advice and listening to one should take advice are again, with a must get vocal and
ment is worthwhile." the people they serve and ideas from others problem that should have demand more from our
It's a compelling idea worth serious discussion that and not worrying about and act on situations been addressed years elected officials; after
falls on the side of local control and community ac- their personal abilities and stop reacting, ago. all, they do work for the
countability.... being exposed. We must We should not even be This issue can have taxpayers.
try different ideas and in the predicament re- great consequences to BOB PFORTE
The Pensacola News Journal get out of our garding liquor sales next the value of commercial Marianna

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Battle to save Miami Beach's old homes not over

The Associated Press million, according to real rebuilds. And then they
estate website Trulia. In learned of what was hap-
MIAMI BEACH Some- many cases, the land value pening with 42 Star.
times, preservationists say, far exceeds the value of the "That, of all houses, was
it takes a martyr: A lovely homes, the most prominent and
but old building has to fall That was the case with 42 the most significant one
to the wrecking ballbefore Star Island.TheHochsteins that came along," said
cities move to save histori- paid less than $8 million in Charles Urstadt, chairman
cally significant structures. late 2012 for their eight- of the preservation league.
Preservationists will soon bedroom, seven-bathroom The home and its 48,000-
have another martyr home in one of the Beach's square-foot lot stands.on
The white mansion that most visible neighbor- one of the most promi-
sits at the tip of Miami hoods. The home is valued nent parcels of land on
Beach's Star Island and de- at $1.2 million, while the the Beach. It is visible to
signed byWalter deGarmo, land is worth $8.3 million, the thousands of cars that
Florida's first registered according to Miami-Dade zoom across the MacAr-
architect, faces imminent County property records. thur Causeway. Given its
demolition. The Hochsteins almost location and history, the
Its owners a plastic immediately applied for league aske~d to have the
surgeon who calls himself demolition permits be- home historically desig-
the "boob god" and his THEASSOCIATEDPRSS PHOTOS cause they said the home nated against the Hoch-
wifew a star of "The Real O as structurally unsound. steins' wishes and after the
wife, a star of "The Real Daniel Ciraldo, chair of the Public Policy Committee for the Miami Design Preservation League, "'m not trying to make couple had requested per-
Housewives 'of Miami" talks about a proposed home rendering on the lot where it would possibly be built on Sunset this home a museum," mission to knock the home
recently won a bitter, Island in Miami Beach. ti hoe a ission to noc te oe
protracted legal battle to Leonard Hochstein told down.
tear down their 1925 home must approve plans for a the Miami Herald in De- Lawsuits were filed. Da-
to make way for a 20,000- replacement home before cember 2012. "I'm trying eling s recommendations
square-foot estate. It will demolition is approved. to make a home for my were made by city ad-
include six bedrooms, But the extra step of go- family." ministrators, board and
seven bathrooms, a home ing to the Design Review At that point, the Mi- committee members and
theater, game room, wine Board has not been a de- ami Design Preservation average residents. Even-
cellar, five-car garage and terrent to homeowners League and Miami Beach tually, the iHochsteins re-
guest house. who want to replace their United had already begun ceived approval to tear
The home, whiuh Leon- architecturally significant to meet with the city staff down the home, and city
ard and Lisa Hochstein hdmes. The board cannot to come up with ways to commissioners rejected
purchased in a foreclosure deny demolition applica- hold back the tide of de- the league's application for
sale, has become a symbol tions. There were 52 appli- molitions and intrusive historic designation.
of what preservationists cations to tear down such
say is a rush to tear down homes from 2012 through
the Beach's historic homes 2013. That was more than i
and build massive new Dr. Leonard Hochstein and his wife, Lisa Hochstein, of The Real during the previous seven
mansions on their ruins. Housewives of Miami, wit their dog Leo stand for a photo years combined, when !Cit C L sura ce
With 42 Star held up as in front of a mansion they bought on Star Island in Miami there were only 21 demoli-
an example, Miami Beach Beach. tion applications. Paying too much for your
officials engaged real es- public hearings and votes torically protected. The reason for the dra- Home and Auto Insurance?
tate agents, developers, before becoming final.The MiamiBeachpassedlaws matic increase can per-
homeowners and the his- league says the most con- in2002inoneofitsfirstreal haps be attributed to two Let Us Help!!
toric preservation commu- troversial changes were not pushes to protect private factors: the Beach's geogra- Mariannas Lt
nity in more than a year of discussed publicly before homes. Previous preserva- phy and its high real estate
meetings about the city's the final vote, though it is tion efforts had focused on values.with the westPrices
preservation laws. not unusual for changes to commercial properties in In low-lying Miami
As a result, the city re- be proposed between the South Beach's now-famed Beach, a typical reason for
cently changed its build- first and second readings Art Deco district. tearing down old homes is Life
ing regulations to encour- ofthe laws. Coral Gables requires that they lie well below the A
age homeowners to retain "It just shows how pa- every building to be re- fedeal flood plain, mean-uto
historically significant thetic it is that we cannot viewed by the city for its ing sky-high insurance Home
properties and to protect have the vision ... to try historical significance be- rate, and potential flood- Mobile Home
neighborhood character to protect these homes a fore demolition approvalis ing problems.
by restricting what kind of little bit better," said Nan- granted. And the city noti- Then there's this: Home J, Cole
homes can be built in the cy Liebman, a former city fies neighbors of any sig- sale prices in Miami Beach
first place. Beach com- commissioner who heads nificant proposed changes have risen almost 14 per-
missioners approved the Miami Beach United, a to properties. cent in the past five years,
changes in February. citywide homeowners In Miami Beach, there with an average listing
But some homeowners organization. is nothing the city can do price of more than $1.5
and preservationists say Liebman and others say to prevent an owner from
the new laws don't go far that despite the new rules, tearing down a home that
enough, and might even older homes will continue isn't already designated a
have the opposite effect. to be knocked down, and historic landmark or with-
The Miami Design Preser- hulking structures that in one of the city's historic
vation League, which led push from property line to districts. The new home
the crusade to presee 42 property lineillstand in would have to comply ony ET CER UTL
Star Island, is asking elect' their places. with the Beach's develop- CARP T
ed officials to reconsider Though Miami Beach ment guidelines. YOUR a PRI
especially because the has gained a reputation for The city has to review YOUR HOMETOWN LOW PRICE!1
changes were introduced being preservation-mind- demolition permits to de-
shortly before the second ed, compared t.ocities like cide whether a home built M A PDD IfIM VINYi NAF C
public vote to approve the Coral Gables it affords few before 1942 is "architec-. CfAiR, CE AMI ,1
newrules. protections to homes out- turally significant" under E R S
In city government, new side historic districts or a set of criteria. If it is, the CllAM INATE
laws usually require two that are not already his- city's Design Review Board
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Springbreak: Tourists are coming Fo teradoptes uDu cyo
t free park pases found 68-year-old Mi-
e-- Asfsree pas pae chaelWolfe Morris guilty
The Associated stpring e- et FORT LAUDERDALE Thursday of first-degree
PENSACOLA From crowds. Desti- More than 15,000 murder. He will receive a-
portae beach jaiO s oex- o ben a favorite destination foster and adoptive chil- mandatory life sentence.
portable beach jails to ex- been a favorite destination dren and their families Authorities say Morris
tra emergency medical for vacationers throughout are ettig f aes t o a his wie year-o
the Southeast and expects are getting free passes to and his wife, 55-year-old
staffing, Florida is coping the Southeast and expects Florida's state parks. Barbara Sedlar Mor-
with the annual but not crowds again thisseason. Fir stlady Ann Scot will ris, began arguing after
altogether unwelcome Another concern is beach visit Hugh Taylor Birch several drinks at their
invasion otherwise kanown sft invareegiton whe rip visit Hugh Taylor Birch several drinks at their
invasion otherwise known safety in a region where rip State Park in Fort Lau- Jacksonville Beach home
as spring break. currents claim lives from derdale on Monday to in March2012. When
But if your impression of drowning every year. derdao e on Mondpart p B i arcr is tied to
springbreakfrom MTVand "The beach is a lot of fun promote the partnership Barbara Morris tried to
between the Department leave, authoritiessay
"'Girls Gone Wild" is of an but it can be a dangerous of Chilbetween the Department leave, authorris dragged
unscripted, chaotic mess place particularly when of Children and Families Michael Morris dragged
unscripted, chaotic mess place particularly when and the Department of her back inside and beat
of beaches, booze and bild- people are drinking and an e earon men t ot her back inde shot her
nis, you're only partlyright. there is rough surf," said ion. The event also will .seven times in the head
The state's Gulf Coast does Sgt. Jason Fulghum, who ion. The event also i s n tis in t head
experience an onslaught oversees beach patrols for include presentations and upper body.
by park staff and a The Florida Times-
of thousands of teenagers the Okaloosa County Sher- guided ature trail walk Union reports that Mor-
and college students every ife's Office. guided nature trail walk Union reports that Mor-
and college students every iff's Office. Each year, thousands ris was a gun collector
spring. But the fact is, the Buck Lee, president of of children and their and had 40 guns in his
bulk of spring tourism to the Santa Rosa Island Au- families are able to visit. ho n ime.
thority, ahe ablere bevar ttehye v.
the state is families, said thority, which oversees Forida's 171 state parkse
Paul Phipps, spokesman Pensacola Beach, said of and trails for free. 7Judge to decide
forVisit Florida. ficials monitor beach con-
And this year, Phipps ex- ditions and add life guards killer's fate
pects March and April to and beach patrols on the Motorgyclist d d TAMPA-AHllsbor-
break Florida tourism re- roughest days. after crash ough County judge is
cords because of pent-up Pensacola Beach's annual AK N A otor- dibating te ate
demandcreated byunusu- Mardi Gras Parade broughtELAND Aotor- deliberating the fate
demandcreatedby unusu- Mardi Gras Parade brought cyclist is dead in central of a man convicted of
ally cold and snowy weath- about 50,000 visitors to the Florida after running killing two Tampa police
er in much of the country. beach on March 2, some a red light and collid- officers.
"January and February THEASSOCIATEDPRS IE 20,000 more than in 2013. ing with a sports utility Hillsborough Circuit
numbers were up over Panama Ciy Beach e r watch over a large d of Lee said the spike in pa- vehicle. Judge Villiam Fuente
last year and we expect spring iteahes pduin a e Bryan concert i anar a crowd rade attendance suggests The Lakeland police heard testimony Thurs-
that trend to continue," he e Ban c et in P Cit busy spring and summer department announced day and Friday regarding
said. mobile booking unit with Officials have been search- tourist season. the 2004 Suzuki motor- Dontae Morris. A jury in
More than half the state's a juvenile detention area. ing for him since. Another Tori Lellbach, 19, and cylstruck 2000eep November found Morris
spring break visitors will Panama City Beach Police spring breaker died March Stefani Schrader, 19, uni- Cherokee SUVin the guilty of the murders
head to theme parks and ChiefDrewWhitman, who 9 in a DUI-related crash. versity students from Lex- intersection of South of Jeffrey Kocab and
other attractions in Or- has 20 years of experience Whitman encourages ington, Ky., chose Pensac- Florida Avenue and David Curtis and recom-
lando. This is the third- with spring break law en- commonsense safety for ola Beach as their spring time Street shortly mended he be sentenc d
most popular time of year forceinent, said the mo- spring breakers like stick- break destination because after 2 a.m. Saturday. to'death.
to visit Orlando after peak bile unit allows officers to ing together and keeping. it is more laid back than The motorcyclist was He fatally shot the of-
summer and Christmas- 'enforce underage drinking an eye on each other and Panama City Beach. "It is pronounced dead at the ficers during a traffic stop
time, according to Mark and other violations with- an eye on drinks, so no- not as crowded," Lellbach scene in 2010.
Jaronski, spokesman for out making the two-hour body can slip anything in said. Theinvestigation During Friday's hear-
Visit Orlando. Advance ho- round trip frombeach to them. But the women and two revealed thati the ming a do r said she
telbookings forM a d nt"The hotels have extra other friends said safety is 9revealed that the mo- ing, a doctor said she
telbookingsfor March and countyjail. "The otels have extra otherfriendssaidsafetyis torcycle was reported could find little in Morris'
April already indicate a re- The spike in law enforce- security staff. We have on a top priority. "We always stolen from Kissimmee behavior to suggest his
cord spring season for the ment activity following a our website information stick together, look out for in December. judgment was crippled
area, he said, despite the slow winter has already about how to enjoy spring each other. That is what Peter Nelson of Tampa bybelow-average intelli-
lack of discounts this time started. Between March 7 break responsibly, and you have to do these days, was driving the Chero- gence. His attorneys have
of year. and March 12, Whitman police walk the beaches Schradersaid. kee and was taken to the suggested otherwise.
In Panama City Beach, said Panama City Beach and interact with the kids Carlos and Mundy Fer- hospital with non-life
officials are preparing for made 211 arrests, most for throughout the day to nandez chose Pensacola threatening injuries. Tributs schedled
a different demographic: underage drinking, pub- make sure that they are Beach because it was
thousands of teens and- lic intoxication, DUI and staying smart and to ad- cheaper and less crowded t forformergoveror
20-somethings. Dan Rowe,. other spring break-related dresses situations before than other Florida destina- A AFishing ar hurtinge oe
president of the Panama offenses, including one they occur," said Rowe, the tionswhilestillprovidinga birds at pier body of the late Gov. Re
City Beach Convention person charged with sexu- onvention and visitors nice getaway for them and BRADENTON Guf bin Askew will lie in state
and Visitors Bureau, ex- al assaidt, he said. bureau president their sons, ages 11 and 15. coast bird rescuers are at the old Capitol as pai-t
pects 250,000 to 300,000 And despite precautions Even after spring break, "This is a nice place for warning about a type of a series of memorials.
college students during and enfotcement, trage Panama City Beach law families," Mundy Fernan of fishing gear they say Askew, whoserved as
March. edies happen: Rice Uni- enforcement stays busy dez said. "We can enjoy the iskillingandmaiming governor from 971to
The city brings in doz- versity student Reny Jose through the summer with each and keep the boys seabirds, particularly at a 1979, died Thursday.
ens of additional law en- went missing early March tens of thousands of vis- away from some the'spring fishing pier at the Askew will lie instate
forcement, staffers from 3 after witnesses said he iting families and other break craziness with all the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. next Tuesday. Top state
outside agencies to handle took LSD the previous tourists. older college kids in some Fishing gear called officials, including Gov.
the crowds, along with a evening at a beach house.' Other beaches have of the other places." a Sabiki rig is causing Rick Scott, are scheduled
injury and death to sea to be on hand.
birds, such as pelicans,
Universal Orlando reveals Potter details r oas, ocans, Froepos
ie W .JCFO Ri NC wegcormorants, herons, From wire reports
The Associated Press The Bradenton Herald
reports that the rig is
meant to catch bait fish,
The new Harry Potter- but it has multiple hooks THE
themed area opening at and such a lightweight BO
Universal Orlando Resort line that if a bird swoops BO
this summer will allow fans down to eat bait fish and O
to ride the Hogwarts Ex- flies away, the line breaks DROPS
press train and experience and the hooks become
the British countryside just caught in its flesh. OUT...
as the characters did in the Bird rescuers recom- SELL YOUR
book and movie series. mend that if someone
Guests will appear to accidentally hooks a GOLD
magically pass through a .bird, they try to reel the
brickwall and board a train animal in, safely remove AT
with steam and a whistle, any hooks or line and
according to a Friday news release the animal.
release from Universal Or-
Ianddo Resore will have two ex- Man guilty Of fatally SrI8 I MI11
periences one on the shooting wife
way to the new London- JACKSONVILLE A Paid on Site
themed' area at Universal c s northeast Florida man
Studios Park and another faces life in prison for 4432 Lafoyette Street
on the way to the original fatally shooting his wife
Wizarding World of Harry during an argument.
Potter at Universal's Is-
lands of Adventure. During
the ride, characters and
magical creatures from
the book will be spotted. 'THEASSOCIATED PRESS flANNA -4209 Clay St., 4BR/2BA, 3115 SF, 3627 SF Total,
Among them: Hagrid on a The character Hagrid from the "Harry Potter" book and film series is shown in a scene from the 1 Car Garage, Needs Work, BankAslino $30.000
flying motorbike, the Wea- Hogwarts Express attraction that will debut this summer at Universal Orlando. *.F -EAD'-1998 DWMH, 4BR/2BA, 1440 SF, Shady Lot, 50'x150',
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with a group from the Har- to $127 a night for a stay of -EHlpjy- Comm. Bldg. @ HWY 90 & 77, 1824 SE Was $60,000,
ry Potter films on the new seven nights longer, com-- REDUCED to $39,000,::
area and train. pany officials said. Family. AMACIT- Lots and Acree from$7 loooto $109s000 i
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Obituaries ADDY

Marianna Chapel Florida, and Drake Jones of March 15, 2014, at Brown Funeral service at Lariier- Cottondale First Baptist
Funeral Home Marianna, Florida, two Funeral Home, Brickyard Andler Funeral Home Church Building Fund, From Page 1A
3960 Lafayette Street daughters Shannon Welch Road Chapel with Rever- Chapel, Monday,March 17, P.O. Box 128, Cottondale,
Marianna, Florida 32446 of Dothan, Alabama, Tam- end Brandon Griffin offi- 2014 at 12:30 PM CDT Fu- FL 32431. lodging, things to do,
Phone 850-526-5059 my Mathis and husband ciating. Interment will fol- neral service will com- Ms. Todd was born Au- ecotourism, heritage
Allen of Campbellton, Flor- low at the Jones Cemetery, mence at 1:30 PM CDT and gust 11, 1923 in Jackson tours and list of events.
On Sunday, March 2, ida, one brother, Johnny Campbellton, Florida with interment will be at Shady County, FL to the late Levy It can be explored at
2014 Mrs. Susan "Elaine" Jones, of Marianna, Flori- Brown Funeral Home di- Grove Cemetery in Grand Jefferson and Mattie Locke www.visitjackson-
Gay's obituary from 2012 da, four sisters, Judy Powell recting. Ridge, with Rev. Roland Eldridge, and lived the ear-
was submitted by Marian- of Marianna, Florida, Glo- The family would like to Bamburg officiating. ly part of her life in "More than 85 per-
na Chapel Funeral Home ria Nichols and husband give a special thanks to Lanier-Andler Funeral Cottondale, FL. She gradu- cent of travelers re-
in error. We sincerely apol- Mike of New Mexico, Ra- Covenant Hospice and Ben Home is in charge of the ated from Cottondale High search and book their
ogize for this mistake. chel Anson of Cottondale, Beall for their love and arrangements School as Valedictorian in
Florida, Mary Scott and compassion during this Sunset Memorial Park 1940 and went on to work trips using the inter-
Timothy on husband Floyd of Marian- hard time. FuneralHome and as a clerical secretary at net, so it is imperative
na, Florida, six grandchil- Family and friends may Graham Air Base in Ma- to keep pace with the
dren, Kristina Lewis Corbin sign the online register at 17 Crematory rianna, FL. She lived in sev- industry. Rural tour-
and husband Alex, Ryan 1700 Barrington Road eral places throughout the ism is on the rise with

Whisper Jones, Riley (334)983-6604 ing to Dothan in 1976. She to see a region, not just
Mathis, Weston Jones, and Funeral Home was a member of Selma one location," Fuqua
eads, Florida one location," Fuqua
one great grandchild 593Sne F a Baptist Church in Dothan. said about the need
Kinsley Corbin. 850-593-9900 Ms. Todd was preceded in
Timmy had a long career death by her parents, 2 for the significant up-
in the road construction William Riley brothers, and 3 sisters. grade. "Kerigan and I
business, beginning in Survivors include her met, decided on how to
1967 with Baxter's Asphalt. Mr. William "Buddy" Ri- daughters, Jeanne (. brand Jackson County
SOver the next thirty-seven yBamburg Jr. age 48 a Lendon) Scott of Dothan, to reflect our image;
Timothy Jones, age 63 of years, he would go on to native of Carrabelle, Flori- and Doris (Carl) Upton of you want to tell your
Marianna, Florida, passed work for White Construc- da passed away Thursday, Dothan; sons, John Mark story through photos,
from this life Wednesday tion and Anderson Colum- March 13, 2014, in Marian- (Sharon) Todd of Gaines- video and content. My
afternoon, March 12, 2014, bia to gain the title of Gen- na, Florida. He was self- ville, GA, and Foy Gene vision is to have an aes-
at his home surrounded by eral Superintendent. In employed as a Handyman (Tammy) Todd, Jr. of thetically good-looking
his loving family. 2004, he fulfilled a lifelong helping people wherever Toccoa, GA; several grand- and, most important,
Timothy was born July 9, dream and began his own he could. Buddy lived in children and great- nctional site I am
Buddygrandcidren a sister Jean functional site. I am
1950, in Dothan, Alabama, road construction compa- Sneads most of his life and Edri e Todd ridge amesasterean very pleased with the
to the late Charlie Austin ny, Jones Construction was a member of the First Eldridge Elddge es) Wagner of very, pleased withthe
Jones and Minnie Bragg Company of Northwest Baptist Church in Sneads, Lafayette, IN; a sister-in- product. I constantly
Watford. He is a lifelong Florida, Inc. where he Florida, loved fishing, his Mavis Eldridge Todd, 90, law Marjorie Eldridge of receive compliments
resident of the Jackson worked until present day. family and many friends of Dothan passed away Pensacola, FL; a host of on it and it's rewarding
County area and a member Throughout this time, he and just loved being out- Thursday, March 13, 2014 nieces and nephews also to hear."
of the Alford Baptist earned the respect of his doors especially riding his at Wesley Manor. survive.
Church. Along with his fa- coworkers and people in golf cart around town. Graveside services will be Robert Byrd of Sunset
ther, Timothy is preceded his industry. He made Survivors include his held 10:30am Tuesday, Memorial Park Funeral
in death by his late wife Liz many lifelong friends and mother, Bernice Mae Sex- March 18, 2014 at Home (334) 983-6604
Jeter Jones, one son Timo- would often talk about the ton of Blountstown; two Lovewood Freewill Baptist
thy Jones Jr,, and three in- work they had accomplish- brothers, Jerry W. Bamburg Church Cemetery located
fant daughters, brothers, ed together. He rarely met and wife LaWanda and at 1745 Lovewood Road,
Charles Dennis Jones and a stranger and is most of- Johnny Burs Bamburg all Cottondale,. Florida, with charge
Austin Jones. ten remembered as some- of Sneads; two sisters, Ellen Rev. James L. Scotty Scott
Timothy is survived by one always willing to help a Shaw and husband Ricky of officiating and Robert Byrd
his wife, Briana (Skipper) friend in need. Family will. Greenwood and Jackie Wil- directing. The family will Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. dro
Jones of Marianna, Florida, receive friends for visita- kinso and her husband receive friends following Your Local Florist and Gifts The
five sons Kenny Jones and tion from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Roger of Sneads; three nie- the service at the home of 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna e Associated ress
wife Charity of Campbell- Friday, March 14, 2014, at ces, Jessica, Cassie and Lendon and Jeanne Scott, 850-372-4456
ton, Florida, Kody Gates of Brown Funeral Home, Niki; two nephews, 479 Forrester Road, Mi s ORLANDO An at-
Marianna, Florida, Dustin Brickyard Road Chapel. Dewayne and Jerry II. Dothan, AL. In lieu of flow- Funeralro ttre tomey of the
Jones of Marianna, Florida, Funeral services were held Visitation with family will ers memorial donations 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna remaining defendants
Dillon Jones of Marianna, at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, be held one hour prior to may be made to the 850-482-8647 charged in the hazing
death of a Florida A&M
drum major said Sat-
urday that prosecutors
ST. 1PATRICKS DY FESTIVALL' will not pursue charges
against his client.
Zachary White, the
attorney for ex-band
member Henry Nes-
bitt, told The Associat-
'ed Press that the state
attorney is dismiss-
ing manslaughter and
felony hazing charges
against Nesbitt in
Robert Champion's
November 2011 death
after a hazing ritual
aboard a bus parked
outside an *Orlando,
Above, Live music kept the state attorney's of-
people entertained as they fice was not immedi-
visited vendors and sampled ately returned, but a
food at Saturday's festival. "nolle prosequi" was
filed Friday in Nesbitt's
At right, Amelia Grigsby from case. The Latin phrase
Marianna visits Fefe, who was means the charges are
adopted earlier in the day, at not being pursued.
the Partners for Pets booth.ogi
Champion origi-
nally from Decatur,
At left, three cousins enjoy ll ro etr
their first opportunity to play Ga. collapsed and
at the splash pad in Madison died after prosecutors
Street Park on Saturday. said he walked down
From left: Audrey Cloud, the aisle of a bus as
Emilie Yoder and Kaelyn other band members
Yoder. beat him with fists and

B attle dive into the Civil War and field tours by appoint- re-enactors, asking them will be confined to the one held at St. Luke's Episcopal
B t le write about how the Bat- ment, commencing at the questions about the times location. It is tentatively Church Cemetery.
tie of Marianna affected Russ House. The first will their characters lived and scheduled for 11 a.m. that A documentary film re-
From Page 1A young people. The dead- begin at 2 p.m., and others died in. Since this event is day. After that roughly 30- lated to the battle will be
line for those entries is will be scheduled through commencing'toward dusk, minute presentation, the premiered at 5:30. pvm.
One local resident has April30.Studentsingrades 4 p.m. At that hour, McK- lanterns will be posted at crowdcanwalkacrossU.S. at a location yet to be
volunteered to tempo- 6-8 are eligible to submit ennon Hall at St. Luke's eachactor's positionin the 90 to Madison Street Park determined.
rarily contribute a family their 600-1,000 word es- Episcopal Church will be cemetery. for a sampling of living At 7 p.m., a final battle-
heirloom to the cause, a says, while 9th-12th-grad- transformed into a "his- And at 8:30 that night, history, shopping oppor- field tour will be held, it
relative's trunk that was ers must write between torical conference" room. the first-ever "'Ghosts of tunities with vendors and also commencing at the
in use during the days of 800-1,000 words. A total of At that event, historians the Battlefield Tour" will more. Demonstrations of Russ House.
the CivilWar. Other mate- $500 in prize money will and writers from across be carried out, with tour- field surgery techniques All anniversary events
rials will be on display in be split between the au- the Southeast will speak takers being guided by and other wartime surviv- are free anid open to the
shadowboxes or in other thorsofwinningentries. on their areas of expertise. lantern light through Mar- al strategies will be among public.
fashions at the Russ A couple of weeks before At 7 p.m. that evening, ianna from St. Luke's to those on display. Fuqua is still working
House. the battle weekend, in a organizers say, "the' dead the courthouse, being told Afterward, they might to find a partner hotel,in
Tourist Development Jackson County library speak" in an interactive all the legends and ghost visit theDavis-West, Mad- Marianna that would give
CouncilExecutiveDirector event, two -people will drama to be carried out stories associatedwiththe ison and Putnam houses, Battle eventvisitors a dis-
Pam Fuqua said atimeline portray opposing battle in St. Luke's cemetery, battle. the Russ House, and St. counted rate on their stay.
and story of the battle will commanders, the Con- where many of the battle's On Sept. 27, re-enactors Luke's episcopal Church To make reservations for
be available there for visi- federate's Col. Alexander soldiers are buried. Men, will demonstrate high- during the open house the many tours being of-
tors to see, and that some B. Montgomery and the women and children from lights of the battle, with hour at that location, from fered during the weekend,
of the written materials Union's Gen. Alexander the community will por- the conflict to be carried ll:30a.m.to12:30p.m. and for most additional in-
may be shared with mer- Asboth, as the two engage tray some of the soldiers out Courthouse Square in At 12:30 p.m., guided formation about the week-
chants to display in their in a debate. and residents who lived Marianna. Although early battlefield tours begin, end, contact Pam Fuqua at
stores throughout the As for the big culmina- in the Civil-War era and skirmishes started three each round commencing '850-482-8061.
month. tion Sept. 26-27, organiz- who are now buried in St. miles northwest of town, at the Russ House. The Re-enactors who wish to
There's also battle-re- ers of the weekend have Luke's cemetery. Itwillbe in the swamps near Hop- walking tours will high- participateinthecemetery
lated essay contest cur- already put together a ten- a guided tour to an ex- kins Branch, and the big light key battle points and play or the battle re-en-
rentlyunderwayforyoung tative schedule of events, tent, with information battle stretched all along include some details ofthe actment taking place the
people. Being sponsored with all potentially subject presented during a walk- Lafayette Street from the conflict as it played out in next day should call the
by the Blue Springs Soci- to change between now through, but those who vicinity of the courthouse downtown Marianna. same number and leave a
ety of the Children of the and September. take the tour can also peel to culminate at St. Luke's Those continue until 5 message for Dale Cox, the
American Revolution, the On Sept. 26, theweekend off from their groups and Episcopal Church down p.m., when a roll call of primary organizer of those
contest asks students to getsunderwaywithbattle- individuallyvisit with the theway,there-enactment the battle-dead will be events.

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Florida organization empowers veterans in need

The Associated Press

COCOA Matthew Far-
nung knows substance
abuse and homelessness.
Now the Navy veteran is
preparingto use his experi-
ence and some training to
help others overcome ad-
dictions and mental health
issues that sometimes lead
to homelessness.
Farnungis part of a group
of veterans being trained
in peer counseling, one
of several programs that
the Volunteers of America THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTOS
multi-service center offers U.S. Marine James Carpenter walks his dog Zizzy at the
to residents and others at Volunteers of America Veterans Village in Cocoa. Carpenter
Veterans Village, a transi- has lived in the facility for four months.
tional home for veterans. transitional home until Programs and courses
"I've been through some they are ready to regain include vocational train-
of it," he said as he sat in their independence or for ing, job search skills and
counselor/instructor Da- up to two years. other courses.
vid Wilkins' classroom at "We don't encourage Tim Warr is grateful for
the VOA center in Cocoa. that," said Sylvester Jones, the help he has received
"I had a substance abuse housing and property fromVOA and counts him-
problem." manager for the village. self among the successes
Farnung, who also suf- Jones said that instead of of the programs. David Wilkins, C.A.P a Independent Living Counselor & Certified Addictions Professional,
fered from cancer, said he staying that long, residents Warr, 53, is a former teaches a peer specialist training class at the Volunteers of America Veterans Service Center
is drug free and is grate- are urged to meet three Army warrant officer who in Cocoa.
ful for the help he has goals toward indepen- piloted Blackhawk cutline
received. He now wants dence address any sub- helicopters and later ran a do that," he said. "I have
to complete the 40-hour stance-abuse or mental construction business un- nothing but the best to say
course and move on to health problems, find em- til the severe downturn in about these folks."
help others, whether at the ployment or be enrolled new home building a few Jones said that whileVOA We understand
village or elsewhere. in school or a job-training years ago. helps veterans, it needs the
"I want to give back," he program and find secure Warr, his wife Michelle help and support of the
said. "I can help them." housing. The average stay and their 16-year-old community.
David Johnson, a psy- .is about: 18 months, he daughterfoundthemselves "Money just doesn't fall
chologist, directs health said. homeless and turned toe out of the sky for us," he
services for the'veterans at "Oursuccessfuldischarge Veterans Village. said. "We're always in need
the service center. is over 82 percent," Jonies "We came here. in a very of money to help. We also
"There are only so many said. "That means they've delicate state of mind," he accept material dona-
of us, so we're empowering met all three goals." said. tions. We're always in need Now served
them to help each other," David Scarborough, He now has about six of beds, furniture and and sold at
he said. training- and education weeks left to complete a appliances," MILK AND HONEY
Farnung, 61, a Navy vet- manager 'for-, VOA, said course in aerospace tech- Michelle Clough, a com-
eran, has spent about a )while the programs look nology at Eastern Florida munity specialist program
year at Veterans Village, out first for the veterans State College. And hav- lead for VOA, said that Marianna.
a transitional apartment at the village, it is also de- ing completed nearly two several groups help with
complex on Peachtree signed to help others. years at the village, the volunteer work and dona- Need Coffee
Street in Cocoa that can "Our programs are all family is ready to move tions. But more is needed.
house 80 people who were about veterans," he said. out. "One of our big projects on the run.
homeless. "But we're here for the "We're in a position is to get the apartments our Buzz-to-Go#
Re'sidents can stay at the community at large." where we'll be able to renovated," she said. 850-209-0537

Venezuela pres: 'Miami lobby'leads U.S. poliq y

The Associated Press theme Friday, singling out Chrysler told The Associat- inVenezuelaby45 percent,
Kerry as a "murderer of th edi;Press Friday thatit had because -it was unable to V KE
CARACAS, Venezuela Venezuelan pepple." cut its vehicle production get the parts for assembly.
Venezuelan President "Each time. we're about
Nicolas Maduro said Fri- to isolate and reduce the
day that South Florida violence, out comes Mr.
politicians are leading Kerry to speak," and up go
the United States into an the barricadesand the vio-
extremist foreign policy lenfce, Jaua said.
against hAs country and On Thursday, Kerry tbld
his foreign minister called a congressional commit-
U.S. Secretary of State John tep that the U.S. was look-
Kerry a murderer. ing for away to get Maduro
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio to engage in dialogue with
and U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros- his own people and respect
Lehtinen are leading a human rights.
"Miami lobby" trying to Destabilizing the Vene-
influence President Barack zuelan government would
Obama, Maduro said in a have "unbearable conse-
televised news conference quences" for the United
Friday. Rubio and. Ros- States, Maduro said. And
Lehtinen are co-sponsor- if Venezuela were destabi-
ing efforts in their respec- lized, it would bring "the
tive chambers to impose worst period of political
sanctions on members of and economic instability Every time a horme or business
the -Venezuelan govern- in LatinAmerica."
ment tied to human rights The Venezuelan Cen- translates to greater energy sav-efficient upgfor th
,abuses. tral Bank and National nsat tog energy savingsfor the
"Obama can't let himself Institute of Statistics an- individual customer, as well as the community.
be taken by the Miamilob- nounced Friday that the See how much you can save with cash back
by," Maduro said. "I call on inflation rate for February on heatingand cooling equipment, window
the United States to take it was 2.4 percent, making film, indoor lighting and other qualifying
easy. They're taking Presi- the cumulative rate for the energy-efficient upgrades.
dent Obama to an abyss past 12 months 57.3 per-
and he's going to end up cent. February's rate was PluS, discover no-cost ways to save energy
crashing." down from 3.3 percent in with a Free Energy Check-Up--and get 10
Anti-government street January. 'complimentary energy-saving light bulbs as
protests by Venezuelans The country's econom- part of our Free Weatherization Kit.
fed up with violent crime, ic challenges continue
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such as flour and cook- Maduro said Friday that
ing oil and annual infla- any foreign airlines that
tion that rose hbove 57 reduced or suspended]n
for the 12 months ending flights in and out of Ven-
in February, have roiled ezuela would face severe
Venezuela for more than measures.
a month. The Venezuelan "There's no excuse for
government says at least airlines to reduce flights
25 people have died inthe to Venezuela," he said. Air-
turmoil since Feb. 12. lines have struggled under
Daily street protests have a'$3.3 billion debt'owed by
rocked parts of the capital the government. He said
and other cities. After three any airline that left would
people died in the central not be allowed back as .
city of Valencia Wednes- long as he's in power.
day, Maduro said he was And U.S. automaker
stepping up security op-
erations and called on the .
National Guard to begin Follow us on
searching buildings in ar- Facebook
eas where violence erupts.
Since the start of the pro-
tests, the government has
accused the U.S. of trying
to overthrow his govern-
ment. Last month, Ven- ,
ezuela expelled three U.S.
diplomats, accusing them
of organizing students to
participate in anti-govern-
mentprotests. Jackson County
Venezueian Fo.eign Min- Floridan
lister Elias Jaua echoed that


Chipola Baseball

Commodores beat Indians in Panhandle opener
BY DUSTIN KENT West Covington started and having won nine of the previous got the win for Gulf i(oast, going 10 games, but coach Jeff Johnson
seven innings and surrendering said that he wasn't as surprised
The Gulf Coast State Com- just one earned run on four hits by Friday's outcome as others
modores came into Marianna and a walk with five strikeouts. might have been.
Friday afternoon and made a Mader allowed sevenf earned "It's been on its way to hap-
big, early Panhandle Conference runs on seven hits and six walks pening. I think if we could've,
statement by routing Chipola while striking out seven, with bought our guys for what they'ie
10-3 and beating Indians' ace TompsonGerongivingup three worth and sold them for what
Michael Mader in the league earned runs on four hits and four they thought they're worth, we'd
open6r for both teams. walks with one strikeout. make a lot of money," he said.
The Commodores out-hit the There wasn't much in the way "I think we've lived with a false
Indians 12-5 and scored 10 runs of offensive support for either sense of security for a while. We
despite leaving 11 more strand- pitcher, with Cody Landford haven't been doing some of the
ed on base, knocking Mader out picking up three of the team's fundamentalthings thatweneed FILEPHOTO/FLOIDAN
after five innings with Chipola five base hits. Max Bartlett (2) scores for the Gulf Coast Commodores in Friday's game
trailing 7-0. Chipola came into the game See INDIANS, Page 2B at Chipola.


Tigers taking next step

LEFT:Surrounded by family, Lamar Sorey (left) signs with Stillman College and Patrick Dohrenwend signs with Mississippi College at Graceville High School on Friday. RIGHT. Sorey and
Dohrenwend congratIate each other Friday after their college football signings.

Gracevie s Sorey, Dohrenwend make their college choices

BY DUSTIN KENT..: chose to sign with Mississippi a nose guard on. defense, though They're tremendous players who of choice. College i Clinton, Miss., while he was recruited to be an of- have had a lot of success here "Stillman likes their lineback-
the 5-fdot-.10, 210-pound Sorey fensive guard for -Mississippi and they deserve the opportu- ers athletic and to be able to play
Graceville High School football signed with Stillman College in College. nity to do it at the next level," downhill and I know they like
players Patrick Dohrenwend and Tuscaloosa, Ala. The pair helped lead Gracev- he said. "It's great because you Lamar's intelligence and feel for
Lamar Sorey made their college Sorey played linebacker for ille to a district championship in spend so much time with them the game," he said. "He's a good
choices official by signihg schol- the Tigers and led the team his their juniorseasons. and you have so much invested fit for their scheme.
arships to Division II schools senior year with 96 tackles to go Tigersncoach Ty Wise only got in these kids, you want to see "With Mississippi College, I
Mississippi College and Stillman along with a sack and a forced to coach them for a season, but that work carry on and try to know they're looking for guys
College in a ceremony Friday af- fumble. he said Friday that he enjoyed helpthem find greater success at who can come in and con-
ternoon at the school, Dohrenwend started at right workingwithbothandsees them the next level." tribute, Patrick will have a
Dohrenwend, a' 6-foot-3, tackle for the Tigers and hpd 18 excelling in college. Wise said he believes that both chance to go in there and play
285-pound offensive lineman, tacklesand l.5 tackles forloss as "I love both E, of those guys. found good fits with their schools immediately."

High School BasebaB Sneads SoftbalH

Pirates blast Hornets in 5 Sneads smashes Baker
.BY DUSTIN KENT it started especially at the top
BY DUSTIN KENT (of the order). The top five girls e- stung the ball re-
The Sneads Lady Pirates ally well all night
COTTONDALE The Sneads continued their winning ways long."
Pirates earned their fifth districet Friday night with one of their Sneads racked
victory of the season Thursday most impressive road victories up 11 hits as a
night, racing past the Cottondale of the season, shutting out the team led by Ashley Davis, who
Hornets 15-2 in five innings. Baker Lady Gators 14c0 in five was 3-for-4 with two RBI and
The Pirates had eight hits and innings for their sixth straight two runs, while Alaynah Weiss
took advantage of eight Cotton- win overall. was 2-for-3 with. a double, two
dale errors, with four of the de- Sneads has outscored its op- runs, and three RBI, and Casey
fensive miscaes coming in a sev- ponens 78-10 over the length Grover was 1-for-2 with a dou-
en-run third inning that allowed oig a d mii rjnosess af the win streak, including ble and two RBI.
Sneads to blow the game open. i 30-0 in the final three games Brooke Williams went 1-for-2
Blake Johnson started on the fo t against Vernon, Cottondale, with a double, three RBI, and
mound for SHS and pitched and Baker. three runs, and also got the win
three scoreless innings to get o s a Friday's win elicited effusive in the circle for .pitching five
the win, striking out five batters e for igs a h PHOTOSBYKRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN praise from Lady Pirates coach scoreless innings and allowing
while walking five and holding Ryne anford (2) swings for a base hit for Sneads. Sneads beat Cottondale Kelvin Johnson three hits and three walks with
the Homrets hitless. 1-2 during Thursday night's game in Cottndale. "That was probably the best four strikeouts.
Justin Lipford started and got Sneads in the second inning, but to start the ining and scored on game we've played all year Grover got the scoring start-
the loss for Cottondale. it was the third when the game an RBI single byTrint Clark. long," he said. "We really hit ed with an RBI double in the
Sneads led 2-0 after RBI singles got away from Cottondale. the ball exceptionally well off
by Hunter Johnson and Dustin Cade Hall reached on an error See PIRATES, Page 2B of both of their pitchers and See SNEADS, Page 2B

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BInS iancf "Michael threw good the IVIarianna Baseball
first couple of innings, but
Hi :si '" he had a bad inning and
l'l~ : From Page 1B didn't recover. He lost his
Sto do, but we've gotten by mechanics and walked
sday -Cottondale with it. This time, we found six guys, which isn't him,"
at Graceville, 1p. a team that competed well Johnson said. "We also
EarlyC (Gaat and did a good job funda- did some poor things of-
aiaa3 -d I p.; mentally and didn't give us fensively. We weren't very
any outs." competitive at the plate.
P.M. For Mader, the loss We were pretty easy outs
snapped a six-game win- today. BY DUSTIN KENT with two strikeouts.
Sning streak against Pan- "Give (Gulf Coast) credit Walker Roberts got the loss for Mari-
mhandle opponents dat- They out-fought us, out- anna for six innings in which he surren-
ing back to the 2013 willed us, and out-played The Marianna Bulldogs had a three- dered four earned runs on 10 hits and
S season when he won the us. They deserved to win game winning streak snapped Thursday three walks seven strikeouts.
; M league's Pitcher of the Year and they got it." night in Pensacola after falling to the Nick Lackey led West Florida with
Saward. Nick Flair. was 3-for-4 West Florida Jaguars 7-3 in a District 1 three hits, including a double, a run,
After scoring a run in the with three RBIs for the game. and an RBI, while R.J. Lewis was 2-for-2
Ssecond and third innings, Commodores, with Trevor Marianna came into the game follow- with two doubles, two walks, and three
the Commodores started Davis adding three hits ing wins over Walton, Liberty County, runs, and Kyle Harrison was 2-for-3 with
getting to Mader in the and Brian Lamboy going 2- and Sneads, but the Bulldogs couldn't two doubles and an RBI.
Holes Coun, 2 p. fifth, getting three straight for-5 with a walk and three get the streak going and dropped the Chad Simmons was 1-for-4 with two
hits and then drawing runs scored. season series withWest Florida. RBIs, with James Antoine and Joey Bak-
consecutive bases-loaded Taylor Lewis was sched- The Jaguars won the first meeting 8-7 er adding a hit and an RBI each.
S walks-to plate two more uled to start in Saturday's in nine innings Feb. 28 in Marianna, but The Bulldogs were limited to four hits
runs. second game in Panama there was considerablyless drama in the as a team, with Andrew Shouse going 1-
A three-RBI double by City, with Tom Watson rematch, with West Florida taking the for-3 with two RBIs, and Tyler Colson 1-
Woody Edwards busted more than likely to get the lead for good with a two-run third in- for-3 with an RBI.
Trsa Se ad 6t the game open and put the nod in Monday's series ning to go up 4-3 and then adding three Gray Gilmore and Nic Helms also had
Commodores up 7-0. finale in Marianna. more in the sixth to pull'away. hits for MHS.
Sa Jonathan White started on the mound Marianna will next play host to Early
Sfor the Jaguars and went all seven in- County (Ga.) on Tuesday and will finish
Spring p. ar Graceville Baseball nings to get the victory, giving up three the week Thursday at home against the
ay C 4 earned runs on four hits and two walks Bozeman Bucks.

GHSX falls College Basketball

h to Chipley, Albany tops Stony

fe athWewa c Brook 69-60, advances

BY* UN Nhto mNCAA tournament
I vle F y in .BY DUSTIN KENT "We had nine total walks,
s m., three hit batters, and six The Associated Press Carson Puriefoy led the way for Stony
finale S rday errors, and that gets you Brook with 13 points, while JameelWar-
The GracevilleTigers fin- beat every time," Tigers STONY BROOK, N.Y. DJ Evans ney added 12.
.ished out the week with a coach Bryant Hardy said scored 16 points as Albany defeated .The Seawolves were attempting to
Chip s pair of lopsided losses to after the game. "Giving up Stony Brook 69-60 in the America East earn their first NCAA tournament berth.
Chipley and Wewahitchka, 12 unearned runs just kills championship on Saturday, giving the They've lost three conference finals in
ill with Friday's 14-3 defeat you." school their second consecutive NCAA the last five years.
st a dubhead at the hands of the Gators Charlie Laird got the win tournament berth. Albanyled 34-31 at halftime, and Row-
a Se o giving the Tigers their sec- for Wewahitchka, going Peter Hooley added 15 for the Great ley finished 9for 11 from the field before
ond District 2 loss of the all five innings and giv- Danes, including a 3-pointer with 1:04 fouling out. Albany coach Will Brown
Sseason. ing up three runs on eight remaining to put his team up 61-56. took a chance by putting the junior back
Gracevillewentto hipley hits and five walks with six Albany managed to pull out the road in at the 7:38 mark. Eighteen seconds
doubon Thursday and lost 11-5 strikeouts. win despite losing Sam Rowley, who later, he drew his fifth foul while fighting
despite jumping out to an Padgett led GHS offen- scored a game-high 18 points, when he for a rebound with Stony Brook's Eric
early 3-0 lead after a three- sively going 2-for-2 with an fouled out with 7:20 left. Down six at the McAlister.
rur home run by Jarrett RBI, while Denny Elligson time, the Great Danes outscored Stony Albany rallied to pull even at 52-52,
SBrogdon in the first inning. added a double and Pip- Brook 23-8 en route to their fourth and Hooley's 3-pointer helped seal the
seeat mnd5 p.. Chipley plated five runs pin, Brogdon, Hudson For- America East Conference title. win.
in the third to go in, front syth, Jonathan Sikes, and
Golf tand tacked on six more in Tyler Wertenb'rger all had
the fifth to blow the game one hit each.
f ab open. Wewahitchka improved
l rIn Friday's district game, to 5-0 in district play, while IT
it was the bottom of the Graceville fell to 4-2.
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fourth inning with seven single to make it 10-0. fThursday.

score the third run of the two walks, and two RBIs,
plate and the fourth of the Ryne Danford 1-for-4 with
inning. a walk, an RBI, and a run,
From Page 1B The mistake proved extra and Clark 1-for-2 with a
Lipford looked as though costly after the next at-bat, walk, an RBI and three
he was going to be able to as Josh Taylor hit a two-run runs.
limit the damage to one home run to left field to Dustin Sneads had a hit,
run when he struck out make it 7-0. a walk, an RBI, and two
Colton McIntosh with the Sneads tacked on two runs, while 'Ient Moats
basesloaded and two outs, more runs after another walked and scored twice,
but 'the third strike got Cottondale error and a and Johnson was 1-for-3
away from the CHS catch- wild pitch by reliever Wes- with an RBI.
ef, allowing Clark to score ley Spooner to take a nine- Brandon Gramling and
from third. run lead. Trevor Haser each had a
The throw in to home The Pirates scored an- hit and an RBI for Cotton-
plate to a covering Lipford other run in the fourth and dale, while Austin Baxley
got past him and rolled to five more in the fifth to win walked twice and scored,
the mound to. allow an- the game on the 10-run andThomas Lipfordhad a
other run to come in, and rule. hit and a walk.
a throw to third base to try Hall led SHS with two Frank Huff was 1-for-2
to get Dustin Sneads also hits, with Taylor going 1- andBrendonHaleshadan
lgot away to allow him to for-2 with a home run, RBIandarun.


ACC Tournament SEC Tournament

No. 6 Virginia holds off No. 1 Gators survive

Pitt to reach ACC final test from Tennessee
The Associated Press
The Associated Press
thony Gill hit two free ATLANTA --Patric Young scored 16
throws with 8.5 seconds points and No. 1 Florida turned up the
left to help No. 6 Virginia defensive pressure in the second half,
hold off Pittsburgh 51-48 rallying for a 56-49 victory over Tennes-
in Saturday's semifinals Of see in the semifinals of the Southeastern
the Atlantic Coast Confer- Conference tournament Saturday.
ence tournament. Florida (31-2) extended its school-re-
Gill was shooting 63 per- cord winning streak to 25 in a row after
cent from the line for the trailing by 10 in the first half. The Ga-
Cavaliers (27-6) but calmly tors were down 35-28 at the break, but
made both free throws af- they wore down the Volunteers (21-12)
ter James Robinson's hang- over the final 20 minutes. After shoot-
ing layup had brought the ing 54 percent in the opening period,
Panthers to within 49-48. THEOCIATEDPRESS Tennessee made just 5-of-20 shots and
Panthers to within 49-48.THEASSOCATEDPRESS
Pitt had a chance to tie Virginia's Akil Mitchell (25) celebrates after a basket against turned the ball over 11 times, leaving its
with 4 seconds left, but Pittsburgh during an ACC tournament semifinal in Greensboro fate in the hands of the NCAA selection
Justin Anderson tipped on Saturday. committee.
Robinson's 3-pointer to The Gators, improving to 20-0 against
Gill with 0.5 seconds left. This one came down to an- No. 7 Duke 75 SEC opponents, will face Kentucky or ...
Joe Harris scored 12 other tight finish, though N.C. State 67 Georgia in the championship game
points to lead the Cava- the Cavaliers kept the Pan- Jabari Parker scored 20 Sunday.
liers, who shot 47 percent thers at arm's distance for points and No. 7 Duke Florida's Scottie Wilbekin added 14
against the fifth-seeded most of the final minutes beat North Carolina State points and Casey Prather had 12. THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
Panthers (25-9) to earn and maintained a fragile on Saturday in an Atlantic Jordan McRae led Tennes- Tennessee guard Jordan McRae (52) squats
their first trip to the final hold on the game. Coast Conference tourna- see with 15 points, while Jaell on the court as Florida center Patric Young
since 1994. After trailing by eight, ment semifinal. Stokes had 13 points and seven (4) celebrates after the SEC tournament
The Cavaliers earned Pitt closed to within 47- Rasheed Sulaimon add- rebounds. semifinal Saturday in Atlanta.
their first outright regu- 44 and got a good look for ed 16 points forthe third- The final minutes were marred by a Saturday.
lar-season title since 1981 the tie on Josh Newkirk's seeded Blue Devils (26-7) number of questionable calls, includ- Despite the loss, the Vols will likely
and only their second No. 3-point attempt with 1:45 while Rodney Hood had ing a technical on Tennessee's Jeronne land a spot in the NCAA tournament be-
1 seed. This was their first left, but never could level 14 points and keyed the Maymon for disputing that he threw a cause of their strength of schedule and
semifinal appearance the game. defensive effort against shoulder. It was the fifth foul on May- respectable RPI.
since 1995, and they're Robinson stripped ACC player of the year T.J. mon, knocking him out of the game
now a win from their sec- Brogdon and drove for a Warren. with more than 41-2 minutes remaining Kentucky 70, Georgia 58
ondtournamenttitle-the layup over Akil Mitchell Duke earned its 31st after he scored 10 points and grabbed Aaron Harrison scored 22 points and
other coming in 1976. to cut the deficit to 49- championship game ap- nine rebounds.' Kentucky took a methodical 70-58
Lamar Patterson and 48 with 10 seconds left pearance and first since Then with just over a minute left, win over Georgia on Saturday to ad-
Talib Zanna each scored to set up Gill's big free 2011. therewas alongbreakwhilethe officials vance to another Southeastern Con-
15 points to lead Pitt, throws. Warren scored 21 points went to the replay to rule on a poten- ference tournament championship
which was in its first ACC Virginia led 26-24 at the but was just 4-of-13 af- .tial flagrant foul against Wilbekin, even game.
tournament. The Pan- break and used a strong ter halftime while fac- thoughit wasn't even clear if he touched The Wildcats improved their record of
thers, who were going shooting start to the sec- ing a barrage of double a Tennessee player While swinging his dominance in SEC semifinals to 38-2.
for their first appearance ond half to finally build a teams. arms high. James Young had 14 points and Julius
in a league tournament working margin. The Cava- The seventh-seeded It didn't matter at the end The Ga- Randle had 12 points and 11 rebounds
championship game since liers took their biggest lead Wolfpack (21-13), play- ors defeated Tennessee for the for Kentucky (24-9), which never trailed
winning the Big East ti- on Gill's hook shot to make ing their third game in third time this season, each one fol- but led only 36-32 at halftime.
tle in 2008, shot just 37 it 45-37 with 9:30 left. three days, shot just 36 lowing the same plot line. The Vols Kentucky's big lead was 16 points at
percent. But the Cavaliers sud- percent in the second half held their own in the first half, only 68-52.
The teams met only once denly went cold, going 6 after hitting 67 per- to get dominated by Florida in the Kenny Gaines had 13 points, all
tl"s year, with Malcom minutes without a point cent in the opening half- second. in the second half, and Charles
Brogdon hitting a 3-point- while the Panihers start- and were denied their The cumulative second-half score in Mann had 12 for Georgia (19-13),
er with 0.4 seconds left in a ed inching back into the first title game berth since the three games was.Florida 103, Ten- which now likely will wait.for a NIT
48-45 road win on Feb. 2. game. 2007. nessee 60 including a 28-14 edge on bid.

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0 2014 Big Buck

Contest Winners!


Billy Seiss Jason Adams John Garrett Durwood Dudley pictured with Billy Seiss
with Jeff Kimbrel, with Jeff Kimbrel, (not pictured with deer) his prize winning buck with Jeff Kimbrel,
McCoy's Outdoors Manager McCoy's Outdoors Manager McCoy's Outdoors Manager
Congratulations to Billy Congratulations to Jason Congratulations to John Congratulations to Congratulations to Billy for
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Lake Seminole
Bass fishing is fair. The pre-spawn staging is re- rThere are things we do grilled jalapenos wrapped darkness peacefully de-
ported to be nearing an end. Best bet is to concen- for money. One must, in bacon slices. scends upon the camp-
trate on shallow-water spawning fish right now. Lafter all, make a liv- The tidbits are delicious. ground, an old hiker and
Sandbar areas on the main lake should be produc- ing. There are things we do The "unmade bed" makes angler drifts off into con-
tive. Texas-rigged lizards are recommended. Forfish because we are compelled this clear and quips he wishes tented, full-bellied slum-
that are "hard" on the beds, switch to lighter tackle to do them. One must obey to procure a copy of the ber. Before giving himself
and fish patiently.Crappies remain reasonably laws, adhere to certain younger man's future travel up to the deep, dreamless
active, with individual fish showing up in pretty rules of conduct There are BobKor itinerary, wanting to make sleep that rewards the
good sizes. Both minnows and jigs are producing things we do at the behest gay certain he occupies the same weary he thinks long and
well. Shellcrackers and bluegills remain slow, but of conscience, because they Outdoors Columnist campground and neighbor- hard about good food, out-
there are signs of improvement.Few other species are simply the "right things canned fruit? ing campsite next trip. doorsman hospitality and
are producing positive reports at present, to do." Enter Marty. Marty Bo- Marty (Bogie?) is not good folks who do good
Lake Eufaula Then there are other gart. Great name. "Casa- done. He visits again, this things simply for the sake
Lake things; acts from which we blanca" is the worn-out time bearing grilled corn, of doing them.
Bass are fair, but the general largemouth pop- receive no fiscal profit, no hiker's favorite movie. He well-seasoned green beans Next morning, on a
ulation is not altogether active due to the still- good citizenship med- wonders for a second if and (oh, my!) a generous riverbank, the same man,
cool water temperatures. Shallow-water fishing als, no guiltless nights of Marty's camping com- helping of lovingly cooked probably not unconscious-
has been recently slowed by frontal passages. peaceful slumber. These panion might be named swine. The recipient takes ly, shares the bounty of a
Best fishing is during the middle of the day and things we do for no reason Lauren, or perhaps Ilsa. another sip of south- prime fishing hole with a
later. Rat-L-Traps and trick worms may produce other than the fact they Why not? Ilsa it is. of-the-border brew and grateful father and son, two
around shallow and mid-depth structure. For make us feel good. Marty and Ilsa occupy the gratefully enters into high- perfect strangers. He even
deeper fish, particularly on the ledges, go with a These latter acts are the adjoining campsite, where cholesterol heaven. He takes the time to show the
Carolina-rigged worm. Crappies are well into pre- best They are not calcu- fall-off-the-bone pork ribs declines the offer to join younger of the pair exactly
spawn and spawning mode. Deep-water schools lated, there are no rules to have been smoking all day. his benefactor at the fam- where and how to cast his
will be breaking up and remnant fish will seek govern them and they are The aroma permeates the ily table. Despite Marty's bait into the current.
shallower water. Try minnows, crappie jigs and fueled byno sense of right entire campground. Ah, insistence to the contrary, He feels quite good doing
small spinners near banks with structure present. and wrong. We do them not such a noble animal, the he knows "Ilsa" could not this. Moreover, he thinks
Catfish are slow, but should pick up soon. Bream for fame, fortune, or acco- smoldering pig. possibly abide his scruffy Marty needs to know.
fishing is finally beginning to show some positive lade. We seek no reward for "Could you drink a intrusion. The gesture is If Imay, I'll steal a line
signs. them, no public acknowl- Corona?" Marty asks his not lost, however. Sincere from another Bogart.
Lake Andrews/Chattaooch R edgement. To repeat myself, grizzled, long-haired, gratitude is duly conveyed. "Here's looking at you,
Lake And S/Cataoocee Rer they make us feel good. bearded 'neighbor.' Later that evening, as Kid."
Catfish are fair in the tailwaters near the dam. Period. No more, no less. "I could, sir, and much
.Blue cats and channel catfish are most active at A tired, bedraggled hiker obliged," said neighbor
present, but look for the larger flatheads to begin returns to his campsite replies.
feeding consistently soon. Fish live bait, cut bait, late in the afternoon. The Nice fella, Marty. The
and prepared baits for the best results. With the man is past 60 and has yet cold brew is welcomed. It
expected warming trend, look for the bream to to learn he is a bit long in goes down well.
increase their activityup the creeks and in shal- the tooth for all-day treks Moments later, another
low sloughs. Bluegills, shellcrackers, and possibly through rugged mountain surprise. Marty again.
even a few redbreasts may be taken during the terrain. He is weary and "How are you on spicy
next week on crickets and worms. Some reports looks it, bearing a striking food?" he asks.
of crappies caught from the bank continue to come -resemblance to a dirty, "All for it," comes the
in. Fish are said to be of fair size and numbers unmade bed. He contem- answer.
should improve soon. There are positive signs that plates his evening meal. Marty proffers another
the bass are about ready to move into the creeks Something easy, he thinks. Corona and a plate of ap-
in good numbers. Eggs, maybe? A side of petizers; cheese-stuffed,

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Bulk Order Filler Positions 2BR/2BA, 1 BA has garden tub, living, dining & Hatcher 334-791-8243. _____ NO LIEN VEHICALS 4_
1st, 2nd, and 3rd Shifts den w/FP. laundry rm, carport, water sewer, yundai 2009 Sonata GLS 4dr. sedan-Cael
elec. & cable provided. $950. mo. $800. dep. P ar l color, 41k miles., bought new, garage Gota Clinker
Competitive 850-482-5313 Pearl color, 41k miles., bought new, garageGo
Competitive Pay and Benefits Package! kept, one owner, brand new tires, excellent We'll be your Junker I
condition, very clean. Price-$13,000- 334-687- : W e bu reciked .
Please apply in person at: 5914 or 334-355-0505. We buy wrecked cars
and Farm Equip. at a m
Famil Doar Distribution Center Uncoln/Mercury Tracer 1991 with 44K miles fair and honest price!
Family Dollar Distribution Center FARMS, L TIM R original miles, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue $250 & Complete Car
3949 Family Dollar Parkway, matalic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-701-0010. t
Marianna, Florida 32448 160 acres in Jackson County on Mercury 2006 Grand Marquis, low miles, must CALL 334714-6285
Ernest Granger Rd. $2600. per ac. sell, $200 down, $199 per monthcall Ron Ellis "...." """. "" **" NJ
Must be 18 Years Old. For details 334-701-6565. 334-714-0028.
Equal Opportunity Employer Nissan 2013 Altima, under warranty, like new,
Drug Free Workplace O $200 down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-
2 Houses with Lots for Sale Sneads L OT L
Blue Springs, Call 850-592-5571 2002 HarleyDavdson Ultra Classic:
Garage kept, nice bike, 24,000 miles. Two-tone
Jackson County FL Large Brick Home 3/2 with 10 acres, blue. $10,200.334-794-5296 or 334-596-5098
country secluded area $160,000 $25,000 down & 2009 Harley Davidson
Lifeguards $700. mo. Owner Fin. Avail. 850-526-4283. Heritage Softail Classic.
Must be certified by the M I O l In excellent condition and
,driven less than 2000
American Red Cross in Life miles. Beautiful custom GAARAIGE
Guarding (fee reimbursed by County upon Life 4BW A Palm Harbor Mobile Home color: Black/blue Ice. Color changes from blue
CountWell Kept! Built in 2000 and only I owner. to purple.Leather saddlebags. $13,500. Coritact SALES.
successful completion of training). Must be moved. Asking $38,000 OBO. Larry Carnley, Ino Community 334-726-1250 or
Lifeguar experience is preferred. Experi- Call Rob Michalowski 734-2550163 334-565-3565. Local inquiries only.
or Mary Coleman 850-272-2282 or
ence working with the public is desired. email michalowski529@comcastnet 2011 Harley Davidson Super Glide Custom
cool blue pearl & vivid black, garage kept,
11K mi. _Driving lights, passenger back rest,
Concession Workers RERATO r 2n dbs 1
Concession Workers luggage rack, quick release windshield,
Must have experience in preparation and anit-theft system with /pager, cruise pegs oil
:o* pressure gauge, dust cover included r
handling of foods and beverages in a e $12,900 334-598-0061
concession atmosphere. Exp. with cash Bass Catcher: Beautiful 18' Procraft bass boat Absolutely must see to appreciate LF160407
Sr with 150 Merc. Completely rebuilt and in excel- You will not be disappointed *I
register funds balancing desired, lent condition. Already trained to catch the bit IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR JACKSON COUNTY,
'uns! $3,800. Call 334-673-7491 or 229-308-0566 Honda 2007 ST1300 Sport Tourer: 1740 miles, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
eMust be abe to w k a v d rn xcellent condition $8000. Call 334-692-3469 File No. 13-CP-300 PR
Must be able to work a varied Kawasaki 2009 Vulcan 1700 Classic limited IN RE: ESTATE OF LAUREE C. SMITH Division
schedule/work later hours when special 2008 Grand Junction 4100 miles, exc. cond. 1-owner $6500. RE RC SM D
events are scheduled. 5th wheel RV, 39ft., 334-796-4437 To Calls after 8:30
Luxury model 35TMS Suzuki 2003 Volusia 800 excellent condition, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Submit Jackson County employment exe. cond., 3 slides, $2800. OBO 850-209-3951 or 850-209-3952
Submit Jackson County employment King MBR, 2 AC's, The administration of the estate of LAUREE C.
application to: Human Resources Dept, $27,000 SMITH A/K/A LAUREE CROCKETT SMITH,
2864 Madison St. Maranna, FL 32448. OBO, 334-774-9060 -o206 deceased, whose date of death was March 28,
2013; File Number 13-CP-300 PR, is pending in
Ph 850-482-9633. Expedition the, Circuit Court for Jackson County, Florida, M E VS Limited-156k Probate Division, the address of which is Post
EOE/AAetPref/ADA/Dru-FreeWorkace miles, video Office Box 510, Marianna, FL 32447. The names
EOE/AA/Vet Pref/ADA/Drug-Free Workplace '- 2001 Bounder 37ft. system, 2nd and addresses of the personal representative
a 51K mi. 300hp, row captain, and the personal representative's attorney
Turbo Diesel, 6 sp. sunroof, towing pkg. $9000, 334-740-0525 are set forth below.
Allison 300 mh auto JEEP, 26 Rubic6n, 44,000 milload w.ith All creditors of the decedent and other persons
trans. 7.5 generator, 2006 Rubicon, 44,000 miles, loaded with having claims or demands against decedent's
to c 2-slides, W/D, lots of extras w/1997 Honda extras, excellent condition, FSBO 205-902-4212 estate,
aras (Jacson Calhoun Washington CRV tow car w/ all tow connections (could be Nissan 2011 Pathfinder, Great Family SUV, with on whom a copy of this notice is required to be
ot served must file their claims with this court
ndHolmes Counties). Qualifications nclude included) 334-792-0552 Serious Ing. ONLY!! 3rd row seating, fully loaded, low mileage, WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
mumofchelor'sdegreen human Allegro 2001 33ft. dbl. slides, 41,000 miles, plenty of room for all. $300 Down, $350 per TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
secesfels preferenceivento 2-AC's, Omar Generator, Ford Chassie & V-10 month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
idatwth at leastwoyas related motor $32,900. 334-797-4777 or 334-797-5342. Toyota 2010 4Runner LTD Black.Going by KBB OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
eperence heob ill be n Chipley Gulfstream 1999 Sunsport: 31ft, 35k miles, slide vehicle is in very good condition. 55,000 miles All other creditors of the decedent and other
out, 2 new AC, new satellite, new awning, new and has had only one owner. Fully loaded LTD persons having claims or demands against de-
o o scrptn and application available roof, electric jack, Generac generator, Ford V10 edition, minus built in GPS. $25,000.Serious cedent's estate must file their claims with this
atbltativeServces 444Ptnam St., motor $19,500. Call 334-470-9407 inquiries only please. 334-677-1152 court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
MSarianna. Spnsored by Habtative THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
Community Bdsed Care, and Department of ODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702
Jeep 2004 Wrangler Unlim- FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
Temporary Shelling Assistant ited. Red w/black soft top, (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS
Assist FFSP employees in the shelling of 6 cyl, 4x4, automatic trans, Chevy 2013 Silverado, 6,000k miles, 2 wh.dr., DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
peanuts and the treatment of peanut seed. AC, AM/FM/CD premium fully loaded, white, extended cab, $27,900 firm, The date of irst publication of this notice is:
Hours vary from 6:00am 10:00pm, sound, CC, custom chrome 334-687-7702 March 9, 2014.
Mon. Sun. as needed. Attention to detail grill guard, rear bumper & running boards, pre- Ford 2010 Ranger rLT Supercab, 6 ft. box, 4.0 Derek B. Alvarez, Esquire FBN: 114278
is a must. Must be proficient in Englsih. mium wheels, 91,446 mi. Very good condition. V-6 w/41,500 mi., auto, AM-FM-CD-Sirius. Great
Must be able to move 50 pounds. Must have $11,900. 334-347-0600 after 6 pm; 334-477-3047 condition. $14,000. Call 334-803-7019 Anthny F. Diecidue,Esquire FBN: 146528
background check & drug testing required. ________T__ __I_- ______ Nissan 2001 Frontier: King Cab, XE model, 91k
Preferred Qualifications: High School miles, clean as new, 4 cylinder, automatic, like
Diploma/GED; Forklift Operator Certification Antique Chevorlet 1974 Malibu 350 engine runs new tires, bedliner, sliding rear window, cold GENDERS E ALVAREZ E DIECIDUE, P.A.
Apply at main office 3913 Highway 71 good, heat & air works good, needs carpet ac, AM/FM/CD player. Asking $5,800. Call 850- 2307 West Cleveland Street
Marianne FL 32446 work. $2800. 334-405-5308 956-2446 Tampa, Florida 33609
Maranna, FL 32446 -_ Phone: (813) 254-4744 Fax: (813) 254-5222
between 7 AM 4PM CSTII CADILLAC 1991 Brougham, under 15 thousand T8 ) 2 -47- VINCENT GEORGE SMITH
Smiles, garage kept $5,500 OBO 334-687-9161 Personal Representative
Seornno 1Chevrolet 2009 Impala LS: white, V6 Auto, all 2646 State Correctional Road
power, runs great. $6,900,334-797-7420. EuEB Marianna, FL 32448
Personnel Resources is hiring
warehouse workers and forklift operators
Call 334-794-8722 for mere information.

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bedroom units. Rental assistance. 38 Yrs. Experience Licensed Insured F stimatese ble Rates W
No application fee. We pay water, sewer and Residential & Commercial Free Estimates/Reasonable Rates
trash service. 4052 Old Cottondale Rd. Bus: 850-674-5887 House Slabs Sidewalks Affordable Prices Free Estimates
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* 2/1 ec. heat & air in Alford $380. mo+ dep. 86 Furniture Repair & Refinishing
850-579-8882/850-209-1664 850.526.1700 General Repairs Insured
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8B Sunday, March 16, 2014 Jackson County Floridan CLASSIFIEDS

Indian Springs
Ann Jones
5035 Hwy 90 Mariann, FL 32446 SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES 850
4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446 Call Us For All Your
Cresh Harrison, Broker 85482-1700 (850s) 526-91o. Real Estate Needs
Staq Borges, Realtor 85-573-1990 SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER 3/2 Brick home close
to town in Marianna.
Julie Miles, Realtor* 850493-3435 Fencdbac yard with
SEd McCoy, Realtor the right size for
CeIl850) 573-6198 relaxing or entertaining. Home is located on Meadowview Road,
close to schools, College, shopping and hospital. This updated
B D Y R www.emccoyrealty.coM home is just the right size and ready for you to move in! Call today
DREAM HOMR for an antent to see this home. $119,000 MLS# 249224
SHERE Several ao 10ebe lMeii xty oh 2o u lid t m
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in Mar anna. Suhdrvision, a beautiful Adult t.46 r"d n & FetBedbenmm
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the High School and in an established nelghborhoodl thm rg with the 9beautiul home. $282.000 and all .oers.. MLS .247640bold
4/2 ith almost MLS 248816 38REDUCED $194,5000 convenient to the College and Businesses of Graceville This 3/2 home is llllid id.ll.
CVERY ATTRACTIVE ompletely remodeled 4/2.5 building i opproxioltel 1.2000 1ure fuet
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unit! This home can be offered as a short salel MLS #248281 home l otedm. il oe asae ootn ued ato6h1ritipraachewrcriea -Id
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the sunroom. The Main Kithen is a dream. Granite countertops with a center mofstholed home on 6.6. ote nd located cose to the BEATItIFUL ds ~ err ara it. h, 1. ae wbA A
.island with lots of upgraded cabinetsl There isa 2 car attached garage with m ed. Sme fehe Blue Springs State Park, "la
a bonus room which has central air and the detached garage is large enough nt etts MPond and Lake2
to store your toys There is also another bedroom over the detached garage. ldhlee now wil~oms, Ml Siminl el These alf woed an n. UvwaimellntenWari
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Great 3/2 with over MLS 249292h $183,000. andeccupied. it has a Public water system, Undergrund Utilities, Phone, Sewer and
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SLOCATED r MER ITS2488 MLS 2485067 $149,900. t o ts o an t their dream of owning a ou eli id$r f. S47,9W, S#240127
0home! Newer stove and refrigerator. Allowance for a new stove
MILL PONDI Cozy 2/1 with Pat Fu pick it out yourself Beautiful patio with a gardening shed for
with10 08 sq foverlooking later all your tools. Small fenced area for children or pets. Don't miss f
Large Backyard with deck Realtor out on the fantastic price for this beautiful home! MLS# 248529 HORT SALEle ieTdimeisedleTy Ii
pereaaact frela ing Kitche lin 850.209.80371 rblne rafin mer fae, nd new oppl anrI .
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updates[ Living room and rr9m m 110 Historic Home in emnole. Te home has 'o crerted garoge thot
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ithe water Fitreplaace in Th 3B edrom/arnt home i and 3 baths, 6 fireplaces comer lol with a spedous y ad.lTh muld maken
Area. Formal Living # vim storter home or oueld he ra greal Iesae nt aot
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be used as another Bedroom MLS# 249390 $125,000. Thiie r 7beach access traffic. setscaess a
SEERALo UPDATES 2 IN I di opgh. ti i nedi ed on garage (30x40) but for your convenience there is an attached carport at
1322sqftllFrontporch .^ ,&em wo n't be a tpro lem wi the afrnt prichThe seller is oery motivated andis opent all offers. Make Wrs-i u
1322 sq ttl Front-porch tbeh 1 rapat i24a5r ia hn o edw/ts lOk.e6 eispsso on nuarwt.berernhnusm...
to relax on. Carpet, tile ited & ooled wor hop. REDUCED an a to s th me ntw. $250 000 MLS#2491413 m m"'m

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ro l Attracve & comfortable With largme fenced yard, mr r o mkhe ee baren9fedl
with nice patio area! Wood w388aB ith large t fen on yadnt ed toMritesw hashav rmladeled wa
burning fireplace, Huge Kitchen 3 t'oredre/on,2ar sceened porch, oorkshonp, an, T-' dlan
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wih centr island Large OO d deck with hot tub' and a -I yrd re rmed ta ndf poe s. 2 2-r
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and Dining! Needs some TLC. At 1day of relaxation enjoy yourhia
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home Is movwoi Mady. large family room plant.a garden lay by the pool work in your workshop.
DOWNTOWN LIVING IN Everything s there and ready for you O n't miss out on this home! It won't lastd
CHATTAHOOCHEE. Lovely LS#249075 $179,000. i E i t ef Dnmstnhhetota
4/2 1/2, 2 stori home wit Lovely 2Bedroom/2Both home long. Priced to sell at $149,900. MLS# 249307 P l bHortuSled on 1 oie lot edro fbloe
4o21d2in 2he ,ohom witmuh hoof m issngitaghed NonaI e lof it jusofllhm
over 1900 sq ft under air. The l Tcameldn e. t hOvaotes s well maeo SprfngaHig eyort dst otM o riann. It beeas!
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flooi and all other 3 bedrooms openrildrer, tfhdirdn momi ilta st of charm, It bas been Ikno the dining aren, great for canol
are upstairs. This home sits rise seened in lboto the very weo maintained. The
on. a hill or a comer lot/Very w d dr nest dw i.ole pAm. eokitchen was updated, has lkn the onl door. Convenient to m nd
private yard. Newer home with Inciorve.ovrte8g. a dshwasher, and is the pdidhtlS40,000"MLS#248943
alt the extras. MLS #248849 MLS# 248977 $143,000. highlight of this home, along with many othei features. The roof was replaced
in 2012and heCentral Air and Heat unit is only about 3 yrs. old. Formal Dining ........................... ........................... ..........
CUTE COUNTY HOME. 2/1.5 Bath Debbie Roney Smith, and.Living area, Office/Computer Room, and a great workshop garagethut itIem hoe a d amofo t d 1e 2I
with aprox 1008 sq ft, Located Realtor 24x20 in size. In a quiet and relaxing area of Greenwood, but not too far from Omenr, l *- ehlie ( 9 a t
on 1.90 acres. Spacious kitchen town and shopping. $89,900 MLS# 249169 ho me 3 bohar e 2 fal a
area and a fireplace in the living 850-209-8039 __ andki__ _ _ _n__ _
r ooml Relax aon the Front covered debbieroneysmith@ Compietely renooated iand ldIh a Nraho
declwk or the rear covered deckl A looks brand new inside! lIn aa& 1hoammI
workshop in the back that would aplinc -seu .f hd 2. Wahe of io
be perfect for your boat and play Betully indsAped hardwood flooriances, beautiful h MBiS
toyl MLS #249354 -to2a.r 1.2 iha orn un#247
Landscaped w/flowering design u Open ceilings
.LARGE 3 3 BATH HOME bushes & trees among the r populdin the '60s and this builder added 4'insulated panels to keep it..... .
25 sItadmany fruit trees. 272.5 economicl for heating and cooling. Patiara prectrentertaining nd family ..--r mr it h
with aprox 2356 sq f and A-Frame home w/moin -U ,uo -is home haschrarterthat gives it chao!$215,000 MLS2401.0-
on 1.50 acresl-Family room,. level being on 2nd ttoor.- l # ,=,enaartiooo...-..ea i-rah
open kitchen with Breakfast pen floor plan, gas -.0ad w-,.o~w I)m/ d(ho1D0 a PnOadem
fireplace, He e wrap Interstate 10.and Hwy77 "'lowmaro .awlta a
Arei. Formal Living room and around ar *-eec aixhe "doen i
Diniog Room! There is a den ramp, Metal roof. storein excellent location
with the half bath that'could to capitalize en Highway Aa ,-e.arot .,5uimwai
be used as another Bedroom MLS# 249390 $125,000. 77 beach access traffic.
100 clesetl. MIS 24B29 a 2000 square foot of retail space atid two fuel islands are ready for
wontolbe a problem with an enterprising operator. Property is in the countywhere alcqhol slles
ENOYEATiFULSNSETS this larae- Victorian. are possible seven days a week, Over 6000 vehicles pass this locatiaon t zmm =(a
ON SUN LAKE. 2/2 With H/AC, M e trl edon 9 d Blown 1 e4 enakloaw rwen.0ek
-- -. aprox 134 4Sq Ft. Screened attic insulafion, Septic -Niceand 2/ Mobile, Croot o im o
porch overlooking water, completel rewfired ies -- Qatet enno. '"abereao aaot m r ra i reot
Located on 1.35 acres. Sun am 3/2 with over -Home on a ust enough landb lido
Lake is an 80 acre Bass Lake 240sf of living -space. to have a garden or enjoy =,, w,=,-
Pier and dockto fish onl New Cal for complete details. being in the coontry.
on market so call today fot MLS# 249389 $,11I,4900. Within 10 miles to downtown Marlhnna. Very wet! kept arnd has chain
Spricel MIS #249251 -h Is lea lce. fli link fencing around property. Great investment! Call for-an appointment ...
ime hom buyrhou ONLY 29900 MLS# 249206 tile r n antaallabe e
LARGE FAMILY Possible esaosng cost s en
home with a3 car b nes clearosliht This very nice 3/2 2004 a dabani, erlmobmhidnklae.(bb
garage on 2 2 lures, Central 'H/A.C Caoelier Mobile Home is eidesn boanoh laOhot vft reem o.ed
Lennox sf widw located very close to town nrmefnmnaa rdoe hen 2yarsoll
acres. Over 2900nroo n w 1 doorn and- approximately 1/807f0
sq ft with a large fl or .oing,
living room, formal landing at Merritts Mill Pond. Some repairs needed. Property is very private -inh h si.mSotetst2u1t
dining room a $65 000 and the only home on this road lust walk down the road to Meritts Mill Pond! i-
21x16 Family room. Hardwood floors thru out Mpinfo hndy *mm Priced AS IS which makes it a very good deal oh this home. MLS# 248807
livinig areas and bedrooms. MLS #248717 i ,dal.-3/2 _comer e.el Bat asI mol haM rw o we it
LAND FORISALE RETAIL SAPCE Io Wrnnn Steet"e Parkn. .o, Tins 'i /ll lhea?
but needs some ro wor 1AcreLoton0ldUSHwynorthof Ha/y162$10,000 = ,-.C.vr ,=
Idpna g1o rolls. T 10 AcreTract off Blocker Road t35,000 oorm rh-Bot ,- ,.,,
Sbe o shor sole. 5Acres off Sweat Pond Road $22,000 reao aeo, ,.qe
MLS# 248906 $51,500. 030 l t Acre Comer lot on paved road in Compass Lake $6,000,.--l,. Ul r,

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4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446 Call Us For All Your
PRUDENTIAL E OffIsO.n and pe de Real Estate Needs A h o o
Serving Jackson & surrounding counties since 1974 charmigA-fame home has i ca m
For photo tour oflistings visit our website at: inready Adition itchenmove-
Office 850-482-4635 Full bath has a marblefloor! With landscaping, this home feelstucked away and -
Email: robbyroberts 1 private! Ownes are motivated to sell and have applied forshort-sale. Makean
appttosee this lovely home! PRICEDAT$69,900 MLS#248399
An Independently owned and operated member
of the Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc.
This 1716 home has a new
roof,heat pump, windows,
hot water heater, and newly
upgraded kitchen. Beautiful
MLS#249095 2 bdrms but can easily be reverted back to 3 bdrms. Has a 25'x35' steel workshop on
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/2BA, 1620 H/C
This 3BR/2BA brick
home sits on appx.
4 acres near the
MLS#249076 Mill Pond! Well
maintained home with newer metal roof, beautiful in-
833 Newville Ln, Marianna ground pool, fenced-in back yard, RV bldg. w/workshop.
H&C SqFt. C/E H&C, Split BR Plan Oak Cabinets, Center Island Kitchen, Must see! Priced at $219,000 MS #248727
16xO2 Out Building. 1.97 Acres
2013 Chipola Area This 3BR/2BA southern
home has a formal LR,
m:~ il # Board of Realtors formal DR, beautiful
step-down great
MLS#248920 Realtor of the Year Debbie room, breakfast mroom,
bonus room, nice hardwood floors throughout under carpet and
4HOME LOOKING FOR A MLY. Ld near the new Ma r ann Roney Sm ith 2 fireplaces! Home needs updating. Many old-style Southern
HOME LOOKING FOR A FAMILY Located near the new Marianne Oak trees. Incl. 3 parcels totaling about 1 acre in Cottondale.
Hihschool on .69 Acres, 32B Built in 199 2048 H/ SF C/E Realtor Citizen of the Year PRICED AT.$85,000 MLS #248624
OnOemand Hot Water Heater. Large Bed rooms. GREAT COIONDTON. Realtor Citizen of the Year
Pat Furr Beautiful octagonal
I2BR/2BA home
completely remodeled
MLS#24899 in 2008 located on a PRICED FOR QUICK SALE. 15 acres has unfinished, old 2
1405 Bentley Rd. Cottondale unique fork of the Chipola River. Granite countertops, electric BR house and barn on property. Barn has attached 20x40
WELL MAINTAINED & UPDATED COUNTRY HOME 1990 H/C SqFt C/E fireplace, high ceilings, loft as a bonus room, half-wrap deck, etc. shed and two 12x2 horse stalls. Approx. 10 acre hey field.
H&C, Large Bedrooms Family Room with brick fireplace, Big Kitchen hg cied. re om r ,
Sunporch, Formals. Very Nice Make an appointment today! Priced at $155,000 MLS #248028 Some fencing. Underground storm sheher, well and septic
tank. Being sold "AS IS." $75,000 MLS #248497
Southem plantation
style home in prestigious
MLS#246710 Indian Springs Sub.
This 48R/2.5BA home is
488WATERF 4 Arrowhead Dr. Maria L POND. Sitwaterfront on Lake Osceola. Home has large porches, in-ground pool w/
back porch and throw rocks in the pond. 3BR/2BA, 2238 H/C SF, 2 Central new liner and many extras. Seller will allow up to $18,000 toward new roof
H&C, Granite Counterlops. Stainless Appliances, 171 front foot on water and upgrades: Make your appt. today! Priced at $225,000 MLS #248285
PLUS attached 1BR/1.5 BA, 1200 SF home/office/rental unit. your

This appealing
3BR/2BA home has
MLS#247533 beautiful laminate
hardwood floors;
2812ON INDIAN IN G aceeTrail. Mariann 2013 M illon Dollar Producer spacious great room, kit/din combo, Ig bdrms & baths, big utility
ON INDIAN SPRINGS GOL COURSE.- 3BR/3BA, 2600 /C SqFt, Office rm, new heat pump, 2-car garage, landscaped yard w/backyard
or 4th BR, Open Floor Plan. Freshly painted. Corian Counter taps in fenced. Close to high school, state park, airport, & so much more.
the big kitchen Large walkin pantry, large bedrooms, sunroom, fenced Pat Fur, O uida M orris, Ed to h stat a &
backyard, landscaped and sprinklers. Make an appt. today! Priced at only $149,900 MLS#247791
& Debbie Roney Smith This 1600 squarefoot
building on 2 acres
MLS#248659 is located on busy
5075 Basswoord Rd. Bascom Hwy. 90 between Marianna and Cottondale. This structure
37.7 ACRES (18 +/- Pasture, balance is hardwood) Plus a beautiful has a large open area with several office areas. Make an
custom built home by David Dulaney in 2004. All Bckn ener efficient l T om as t t 59900 MLS #249124
3B3BA, Open Great Room Lamiate hardwood flooring, Split Bedroom00 MLS #249124
plan, Large Kitchen and eat in area, 9' Ceiling with crown molding.
Realtor This prestigious 48R/3.5BA
home in North Oaks
from the time you enter the
foyer! Sunken LR, Ig kitchen
iMLS#ith new s.s. refrig. & dishwasher, new stovetop, plenty of cabinets and a
5943 Sellers Rd Marian MARIANNA YU brekfast area. Beautiful crown molding throughout home. Upstairs bed/ Mariann On a quiet deadend street is this 3 BR/2 BA home, plus on
25 ACRES BEATR CUSTOMHOME All brl vi enr er will be zed at this e bath with large multi-purpose room. This is amust see! Priced at $289,000. ueedons room.enone old Ok floors, ome covered with
3BRt3t5BA, Oak hardwood flooringo Gas log fireplace, sFormas iranto ounutops, w az th
StainesAppnla no Fi Ofmice, Someen Paordwit pore tile, 2 car e unique propfl cated y carpet. One car garage. 2 metal storage buildings. Large shady lot is fenced
detached shop/sorage. Master bedroom has prdiate his FLL bat and her FULL ba.cres and includes la
Enjoy e n Highly visible on HWY 71, in back. Great for children or pets. $70,000 MLS #248790
stor gtango wi I f tha 12000+ sq ft metal bldg ...................................................... ...........
awoud make nice guest room. with offices, mtg room, Ig
$2173 per acre 248935 display room parts display
$89,000 counter, tlsign pole out
frnont, Ig warehouse space
in the back w/ roll up doors, partially fenced, all on 7 acres w/addt'l
MS#24811roperty of up to 140+ acres. Property has numerous potential uses. Make
i MARIANNA an appointment today! Priced at $495,000 MLS #247339
Hwy273.Graceville WOW!!! This home has so
91.8 ACRE FARM Hign FntageAppA40 ces Roaop i Bac much to offer, bi living room WATERFRONT ON MERRITS
ded, cow, ag ith fireplace, rge dining MILL POND! Retreat from
room and screenedin sun everyday pressures to this
room. There's so much more unique wat nt home w
-E .MLS 247928 $125,000 gorgeous views. 3BR/2BA
MLS#248231 big window views from each
bedroom, new carpet, boat dock, dock, 2 workshop's, paved driveway, secluded
Hwy 73 S Maranna GRACEVILLE from main mad. Fishing, boating, diving, swimming, etc. Beautiful clearspring
98.3 ACRES. All Pasture, fenced, Hwy Front, rolling water fed. Bri all offers! All for 000 MLS #24162
hills, was active dow farm. hos 5 ledoms wnd 2 its. Thi
hisitightforoanefomia. TCi 2-1/2 acres within
isjitgtf orlaegefomily CaO walking distance
todayfoyourpersonalviewing. of. Lake Seminole.
__ MLS247494 9 $130,000 Located on Howell
aRoad, about 250
IMLS#248926 yards from the public boat ramp. Exc. location for a Marianna Approximately M acre lot with 149' on
fishing camp or a beautiful lake retreat. Minutes from
Hwy 286 (Blueberry Dr.) Sneads Three Rivers State Park. Add'I land available. Drive by north Jefferson zoned mixed used. Could be residential,
30 ACRES. All wooded, 500' hwy front, Nice home site, lots Cecil Powell today Priced at only $35,000 MLS #248859 oportments/duplex or business. City utilities. 2 BR, old
y house being sold "AS IS". $67,500 MLS #247182 o
i Realtor .o o which 40 acres .
&.home are surunded by IO
0 conservation. Built in
206-718-9049 p006 ths pee h o hl lldw
2-1/2 hl ome.has hird dlm
pastre land! Has pole bar
MLS#249123 OR0 dce h e
encLworkshop w/bdrm, horse bam w3 stalls & I paddock, partialy fenced & partially cross-
ned Rd. Compass Lake in the Hills Area) Marianna fencedforhoses. Mosolynu oundedby892acreoof)MaterMgntppeoer
60 WOODED ACRES. Good timber tract,lots of wildlife, very private MARIANNA Creek o Cypresr Springs wMos publicane aen arumning ereek! 750 ro MLSo248187 y
Beoutiful 1 Ace Wateront
lot in Spring Chose This rolling hill 40-ac.
Subdivision. Located on a Cuo farm with a long paved
,.. de-Sac, and next to another deway tak u t a
be frulwoteront home! 5500' 5BR/38A home
4462 Lafayette St. 1Winn Dixie) Mariann MI.S# 249101 $94,500 upstairs bonus room w/addtl room and apprx. 1000' basement. A metals
Located on the end of the Winn Dixie Shopping Center. 7920 SqFt, roof, wrap-around porches, in-ground gunite pool, 2 detached storage bedroom floorplan, Well water for watering garden and coonty
used to be Tire/Automote. Reception, Bathrooms. RollUp Doors, High ALFORD AND ROUND bldgs/apt.. Includes a m.h. on property. Property is half-cleared with a water for use in thd residence. Wood burning, or gas fireplace. Well
shna a oktTraffice o a on it Adealfr2 00! MLS#248976 appointed kitchen has breakfast bar and butlers pantry. Whirlpool
lotoed on Mill Pond Rd. next to Location, location, applionces buil in oven, microwove, side by side ref, counter top
the Histc Kent Mill, one of llolaon thi mpedical stove and lots of cabinets. Built in desk. Front porch ready for
wn wloddg. wf & is close to the hospital. YOUR swing. Two car-port and workshop. Must See to oppreciaotel
MLS#248815 Renovated w/new metal S104,500 MLS#248947
MLS# 248634 $65,000 roof. Has 5 exam rms, 3 baths, waiting area, check-in area& exec. office. a
2863 Caledonia St Marianna Currently leased ona month-to-month basis. Exc. income producer or use
Less than1 Block off of Hwy 90, Next to Bank, 720 SqFt New C/E, Heat MARIANNA AR IA for your own business! PRICED AT $137,500 MLS #248189
Pimp, Private parking, Retall, Office, ect Lease or PurchaseT HN .
thepeplectploeforyoeneWhome,0o Here is an
tforeahms n uno loringe opportunity to own
iot to bald revert homes on twor
MLS#248587 Moritana,itlhoilreadysuMiaided! 20 acres of nice,
MLS# 249266 $54,500 mostly high and dry, wooded property! Not far from town.
Professional ofice- 3507 /C SqF. 8 Rooms/Offices, 4 Half Baths, Priced right! Ca I today! Pricedat $50,000 MLS#248919
Heat Pumps. LARGE RESIDENTIA I 4lots-SunnyHillsChipleFL -$3,800/ Three buildings Mariaonna Old store building, house and gorage
REE IELD sUBDIVISION LOT NEAR TOWNI 4 lots-Mashbum Rd., Marianna, FL$12,/ea apoartment on ae MOL Roads on 3sides (2 ore poved) zoned
138TAL ACES 43 RESIDENTIAL OTS 15 COMMECIAL LOTS, 73 ACRES Be d Me 3 acres- Lake Semie $50,000
FORFUTURE DEVELOPMENT RO A R SEWER. BANK OWNED oMe lots- Compass Lake In Hills $4,500/ea. commercial. Would be good for apartments, aut repair, H/A
HomorwSeBuatHomsoaepled 10 acres-RiverRoad, Sneads -$40,000 conditioning business, ed. Lots of room for parking or expansion.
MLS# 249276 $15,500 13 acres- Hwyr 90- $174,500 Selling "as is". S95,000 MLS #248793


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