Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
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Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna Fla
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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'Farmers Market University' scheduled
Special to the Floridan regular market hours at Marianna City throughout the year.
Farmers Market. FMU attendees will attend mini-ses-
With traditional jobs sometimes hard "We are so excited to be included," said sions of their choice to simplify getting
to find, many citizens are rediscovering Sally Waxgiser, a jam maker and long- started in the market. Sessions will in-
their love for arts and crafts, baking and time Master Gardener with the Jackson elude information about cottage food
beekeeping, and are transforming their County Extension Service. law, electronic commerce, simple busi-
passions into jobs at their local commu- "I think our presence at the market ness how-tos and much more. "Food-
nity farmers markets. will add a lot of interest and compli- preneurs" who want to develop their
On Tuesday, April 8, Jackson County merit this already-fabulous community products beyond the direct-to-con-
will open its doors to aspiring hobby- event. We will add an extra dimension sumer environment will learn the ropes
ists and farmers of all ages for Farmers and our patrons will stay longer. Farm- at the "beyond cottage" session. Several
Market University. The workshop is free ers Market University is a great way for successful regional "market-eers" will
for all ages and families are encouraged us to prepare for this season." share their inspiring success stories
to attend. Waxgiser is co-founder of the newly during the first hour. Aspiring "market-
For the first time in its history, the formed Panhandle Artists and Craft- eers" are invited to participate and bring MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN FILE PHOTO
Jackson County Growers Association ers group (PAC) that has the exclusive samples of their products to showcase Sally Waxgiser (left) offers some free samples to
has voted to welcome artists and craft- agreement with the growers' associa- Della and Harold Stephens at the Marianna City
ers to join them on Saturdays during tion and will have a consistent presence See MARKET, Page 9A Farmers Market.


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uss Morstadt tells stories from his 100 years of life at the
State Farm offices on Penn Avenue in Marianna on
riday. Agent Linda Pforte organized a birthday celebra-
iori for Morstadt, saying he is her oldest client and has been
insured with.-State Farm for almost 60 years. Morstadt first came
to Marianna in the 1960s, or as he says, "The year Oldsmobile
was selling a diesel." Originally from Beulah, Michigan, he be-
came a"Snowbid" and spent his winters in Marianna, making
candy at a store on U.S. 90, with equipment he brought with
him from his Michigan store, Sugar House Candy. The paint-
ing shown was done by Morstadt in the 60s and depicts him
with his wife, Jean, and his son, Carl, planting 200 acres of white
pines, by hand, in Michigan. He first learned to paint by taking
a class at Chipola College during one of the first winters that he
spent in Marianna. These days, you may see him at the local
McDonald's every morning, where he drinks coffee with honey
in it. Honey, he says, is one of the keys to long life.. .

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Program aims to help farmers, identi ng areas to im prove

pr t c Jao Bvue Sperie n g Special to the Floridan help highlight areas for improvement. We
Special to the Floridan believe identifying specific areas will al-
The Florida Department of Health in low us to focus our efforts
The Northwest Florida Water Manage- Jackson County recognizes the value in and help to ensure our
ment District recently launched a cost- measuring health outcomes and recently goals for improvement are
share program designed to help agricul- acknowledged the fifth-annual "County met."
tural producers imrprove water quality Health-Rankings & Roadmaps" tool re- These rankings are a
and reduce water-use demands in and leased by the University of Wisconsin snapshot of the health of
around Jackson Blue Spring. and the Robert Wood Johnson Founda- counties across the coun-
The district is offering more than tion. The study highlights the many coin- Long try and they emphasize
$680,000 to help fund eligible agricultural munity factors that influence health and that health is not a singu-
best management practices '(BMPs) as uses established data, much of which is lar effort but a combined wbrk-in-prog-
part of the Jackson Blue Spring Agricul- JAYHARE/FILEPHOTO available from the Department at www. ress across all community partners. The
turalBestManagement Practice Program. The crystal clear and cool water at Jackson Department works in collaboration with
This programis one of 10 projectsfunded Blue Springs in Marianna provides families "We are constantly looking for oppor- local governments, non-profit organi-
as part of Florida's $37 million investment with a unique experience. tunities to improve the health and safety zations, health care facilities, business
in springs statewide during the 2013-14 help improve water quality and decrease of the citizens of Jackson County," county groups, schools, faith-based organiza-
FiscalYear. the amount of water withdrawn from this health department Administrator Wil- tions and many other stakeholders to im-
"By helping agricultural producers important groundwater contribution liam Long stated. "We have partnered prove the health of all people in Jackson
implement practices designed to reduce with members of our community to con-
water and fertilizer use, these projects will See WATER, Page 9A duct a community health assessment to See HEALTH, Page 9A

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JACKSON COUNTY Community :Calendar
FL O R ID A N PoSUNDAY, MARCH 30 5:30-7:30 Jackson County Extension 5 Fre Tax Preparation and E-filing -9 2
i Smith-Kelly Post 100 American Legion Spring Service, Penn Ave. Marianna. Business meet- p.m. Jakson CountyAgriculture Office, 2741 Penn
Publisher -Valeria Roberts Carnival -1-9 p.m. Old Fair Grounds nextto Na- ings are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for Ave., Marianna. Volunteertaxcounselorstrained tiolal Guard Armory. Free admission Food games, projects, lessons and help. All quilters welcome. Call in basic income tax return preparation to answer
rides and entertainment for all ages. $20 armbands 573-5434. questins, give tax assistance and counseling to low
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski allows unlimited riding or coupons for individual n Writing Center Group Meeting 6 p.m. and middle income range families especially those rides will be sold. All proceeds go to support your Jackson County Public Library. Chipola College In- over 60. Be sure to bring 2013 income documents,
local American Legion Post and veterans in our structor, Amie Myers, will speak to the group about photo identification and check book to verify direct
CONTACT US community. editing and language mechanics. Members and deposit/debit information. For more info call Bob at
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion public are welcome. For more info, call 482-9631. 718-7919 or Sandra at 272-4182.
FAX 8 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist Marianna City Commission Meeting -6 p.m. Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The aks
FAX: 850-482-4478 Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance in City Hall, 2898 Green St., Marianna. Call 718- Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.comlimited to people with a desire to stop drinking. 1001. is the local community, Community, Children &
Street AddressCaryville Character Call 526-3142.
treetdress: a Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9
4403 Coastitution Lane MONDAY, MARCH 31 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist > Marianna Kiwanis ClubMeeting Noon at
Marianna, FL 32448 ) Woman's Club Spring Garden Workshop 10 Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed dis- Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna.
Office Hours: am at Lowe's Garden Center. You may provide your cussion with 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire -

provides the soil and offers plant at a discounted Hospice, 4215 Kelson Ave, Suite E. Marianna. A
MISSYOUR PAPER? price.There is no charge for the workshop, but call if WEDNESDAYAPRIL2 d a
JACKSON COoUNTYe r e oen to eity Catendas

ou .hould eceive .our *ew r ,, I you are planning to attend. Call Jane Powell at 569- Tdap vaccine to be given to sixth-grade stu- who r grieving Free and open to public. Re istra-
You should receive your newspaper no later 2227 or Chris Sharkey at 209-9325. dents Cottondale High School. Free of charge. tion is required. To register, call Riley Henderson at
than 6a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- n Nature Exhibit -10,a.m. to 2 p.m. at Florida. Musiave letters (which were sent home by the 482-8520 or 888-817-2191.
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to Caverns in the museum. It will be interpreted by schol)cpm pleted, signed and returned to school ai A r M -
Friday, and ll a.m. on Sunday. The volunteer Diane Blakeslee. for iStudents to be able to receive. VW nLaSdis ai Meeiish6 p a
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Parkinson's Support Group Meeting Noon Free Tax Preparation and E-filing -9 a.m. to 2 owed by a 7 p.m. business meeting Call 372-2500.
is published Tuesday through Friday and in the ground-floor classroom of Jackson Hospital, p.m. Jackson County Agriculture Office, 2741 Penn AA Co n
Pu heri Valeria Roberts d Lunch provided. Those diagnosed with Parkinson's Ave., Marianna. Volunteer tax counselors trained Alcohis nonymous Cosed iscussion,
Sunday morning rida and their c arg ae s are invited. FNo co gam to partici- in basi ncome tax return preparation to answer 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale-
at Marianna, FLd pate. Call 718-2661. 0 aras 5 questions, give tax assistance and counseling to low
Circulan M Da O i Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting a nd middle income range families especially those .mited t oe with a desie sp i
SUBSRIPTION RATES 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Jackson County Extension over 60. Be,sure to bring 2013 income documents papers will not be signed.
Home delivery: $1123 per month; $32.83 Service, Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meet- to identification and chck book to verify direct
for three months; $62.05 for six monACTs; ings are fourth Mondays other Mondays are for depositing and language mechanics. Members and deposit/debit information. For more info, call Bob at FRIDAY, APRIL 4
eeont 850-5266 xprojects, lessons and help. All quilters welcome. Call 718-7919 or Sandra at 272-4182. Hooks and Needles 10 a.m at the Jackson
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include 573-5434. n Spring Frolics 9 2 p.m. Chipola College County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and
applicable state and local taxes. Mail Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 9 behind the Continuing Education Building and the experienced hand crafters welcome to create,
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Baseball field outfield fence. There will be relay share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. games, inflatable slides, music and free cookout. 9631.i
$92.24for six months; and $18447 for one Door prizes will,be given away during lunch. Several Missions for a Healthy World fundraiser 6
.a uSr APdI W universities will have recruiters on han. p.m. there will be Southern Strokes Art paint party.
Offieyear TUE RIL1 Early Learning Coalition of Northwest Florida Cost to participate is $40 and that includes all
n St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. toe p.m. St. Board of Directors Meeting -11a.m. Big Bend necessary supplies. Half the cost to participate will
ADVERTISING Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Community Based Care, Inc. 910 Harrison Ave., be donatedto Missions for a Healthy World. If you
The advertiser agrees that the publisher Call 482-3734. Panama City. For more info, call 747-5400. would like to attend please contact. Brigitta Nuccio
shall notbe liable for damages arising Free Tax Preparation and E-fling 3 ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon at 693-0789 or
out of es ad at p.m. Altha Public Library. Volunteer tax counselors to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Paint-n-Pork Festival Noon to 10 p.m.
ouof errors and advertisements beyond trained in basic income tax return preparation to Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Citizen's Lodge Park, 4577 Caverns Road, Marianna.
the amount paid for the space actually answer questions, give tax assistance and counsel- Gate admission $5 per person. Enjoy fine arts
occupied by that portion of the advertise- ing to low and middle income range families espet TH R A I contest, arts and crafts, food, and activities for the
ments in which the error occurred, whether cially those over 60. Be sure to bring 2013 income e T A ryoung and young at heart. Entertainment: Cotton-
uckh orrnor i dui to thea neligence f the documents, photo identification and check book to International Chat'n' Sip 8:30-10 a.m. at the dale Elementary Singing Hornets, Gracelille High
su published Tueoy troue negligee and verify direct deposit/debit information. For more Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in Show choir. Aerial Melvin and the boys, JACO Cheer,
publisher's employees or otherwise, and incall Bob at 718-7919 or Sandra at 272-4182. Marianna. Learning Center staff and their inter- Awaken, Falling Down Broken and Mikeschair.
there shall be not liability for rion-inser- O C y M national English learners invite the public for the Chess Club 6-8 p.m. First United Methodist
tion of any advertisement beyond the -. Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by
amount paid for such advertisement. This Marianna. environment. Light refreshments served. No charge. Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8-
newspaper will not knowingly accept or Sewing Circle 1p.m. at Jackson County Senior Call 482-9124. 18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ing Circle p.m. at Jacks on C ounty ExtensiorMonth to be Recogonized 9 their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels
publish illegal material of any kind.Advertis- Citizens, 2931ptimist Drive in Marianna. Call Bus idess of the onth to be Recogozed 9 their prents a re welcome. CPla all 693-skil
Sh re es ings a re fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for deposit/debit information. For more info, call Bob at FRIDAYwelcome. Call 693-0473.

ing which expresses preference based on 45042. 2022 River Road, Sneads. The public is encouraged a Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
legally prottected personal characteristics is b F.M. Golson School Advisory Council meeting to attend. Center 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult
notacceptable. 5:30 p.m. in the Medial Center. For more info, call St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1p.m. St. and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
Ctherissne Conner at 482-97. Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
HOWTO GE YOUR n Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting Call 482-3734 209-7856. 573-1131.
NEWS PUBLISHED The submission deadline for this calendar is two daysbefore publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
The Jackson County Florin wl p h 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 PClise Reoun. .up9
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. MARIANA POLICE reportedthe following incidents two abandoned property, Dora Drive, Fort Myers, battery
Fees may apply for edding, engagement, DEPARTMENT for March 27, the latest avail- one littering complaint, one (domestic violence).
anniversary and birth announcements. rIMc able report:. juvenile complaint, one animal ) Rakim Jackson, 21, 804
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. Marianna Police Department 1 a One hit and complaint, 19 property/build- Harmon St., Dothan, Ala., retail
Photographs must be of good quality and listed the following incidents ses run vehicle ing checks, three calls to assist theft.
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the for March 27, the latest avail- reported, one motorist/pedestrians, two Devin Clements, 39, 1812
right to edit all submissions, able report: Three burglar hospice death, retain theft/shoplifting, four Sterett Road, Alford, hold for
alarms, one robbery alarm, s three aban- calls to assist other agency, one Franklin County.
GETTING IT RIGHT one firearm discharged, two doned vehicles K-9 deployment, two welfare Anita Grantham, 27, 1851
The Jackson County Floridan's policy shooting in area, two traffic reported, four reckless drivers checks, one Baker Act transport, Worley Road, Chipley, retail
is to correct mistakes promptly. To stops, one larceny, one trespass, reported, six suspicious vehicles one patrol request, one patrol theft.
report an error, please call 526-3614 one follow-up investigation, reported, three suspicious inci- request and one threats/harass- a Tonya Anderson, 35, 2120
Monday-Friday. one juvenile complaint, one dents reported, two suspicious ment complaint. Miller Lane, Chipley, retail theft,
noise disturbance, one animal persons reported, one funeral hold for Washington County.
complaint, two retail theft, two escort, one burglary, one physi- JACKSON COUNTY n Rhonda OlIver, 62, 1745
calls to assist other agency, two cal disturbance complaint, one CORRECTIONAL FACILITY Augustine Place, Tallahassee,
public service call, one finger verbal disturbance complaint, resisting an officer without
painting, one welfare check and 25 medical calls, one call to The following persons were violence.
Sh seven home security checks. assist fire department, four booked into the county jail dur-
burglary alarms, one shooting ing the latest reporting periods: Jail Population: 185
JACKSON COUNTY in area, 11 traffic stops, one a Summer McDougal, 36,
SHERIFFS OFFICE larceny, one criminal mischief, 3423 Skyline Drive, hold for To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
two serving papers/ex partee, court, hold for Department of at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
The Jackson County Sheriff's four civil dispute complaints, Corrections. agency. To report a wildlife violation,
SJCf l tOR eDANCtfOM hAcall 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).
office and county fire/rescue three trespass complaints, jTahena Matula, 21, 18052 call Jackson, 22).
Form ar avilale t te Forian ffies. MarannaPolce epatmet ne it nd ompain, 19proert/buld- Har on t.,DotanAla, rtai

Engagements Don't forget about senior citizens

Gardner, Tyler
S A hile growing up, to one of the stark reali- lead to foolish activities years-of life is extremely
\//we were taught ties of the beginning of and a tarnished image important. Before many
W e to respect oth- old age. One late in life. For others, realize it, they will be like
ers, no matter what their I of the major the transition to another the grandparents they
nationality or gender. adjustments phase of life is smooth. considered to be in the
However, when it came in life is They realize that saving old fol's category when
to respecting the senior admit- for retirement, changing they were young. In our
citizens and elderly, there ting we've their lifestyle and set- older years, the parents,
seemed to be a more become on tling down mentally is aunts and uncles we went
emphatic emphasis. T s of the older the smart thing to do. For to for advice and money
When we are children Vincent populations most of us, when we hear while we were youngsters
and young adults, old Murphy and that our the terms grandparents are who we will have
age seems to be a distant bodies may mentioned, we automati- become.
reality, and if it weren't not always work as well cally think of older folks. In our later years, the
for seeing the older fam- as we would like them to. Even though we have senior citizens and elderly
ily members and other For some, the realization some young grandpar- we were taught to respect
seniors or elderly we en- of being older stings, and ents, the thought of being as children and young-
counter in life to remind they fight against it in a in that category should be sters will actually be who
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Gard- School of Nursing. They are us, it probably wouldn't variety of ways. They con- a wakeup call and make a we imitate. Some of our
r (Tonya) are pleased to an- both employed at Jackson Hos- be part of our thought tinue to dress the same, person realize that future senior citizens and elderly
neTne are eleagement and- bth eple at Jarianna. p rocess. despite the bulges, act the things in their life might have fared well, but it's
forthcoming marriage of their The wedding will take place Then after years of life, same, and do the same be altered somewhat. very important to respect
daughter, Megan Elizabeth on Saturday, April 5, 2014, at we wake up one morning things they've always Older experienced and look out for them as
Gardner to James Durward Ty- 4:00 p.m. at First. Baptist and realize there's a pain doneas an adult, in the people in life should they become older.
ler m (J.D.), son of Mr. and Church Mariann, Florida in our body, and we can't same way. remind young people Why not begin by do-
Mrs. Jim Tyler (Angie). with a reception following at remember doing any- Not being able to accept that life is fleeting, and ing so in our own family
The bride elect and future The Gathering Place. After the thing to cause it. Welcome change gracefully can preparing for the later structures?
groom are both honor gradu- wedding the couple will honey-
ates of Marianna High School moon in Cancun; Mexico and
as well as the Chipola College will then reside in Marianna. Birthdays

NyyomiWhitecelebrated E'nyiah Kemara Uyosue,
Births her first birthday March daughter of Lekeria Wil-
1. She is. the daughter of liam and Erhiga Uyosue of
Jayden Thomas h Tameeka Williams and Marianna, celebratedturn-
ards was born at 117 Frank White of Marianna. ing 2 with several birthday
a.m. March 5 at Jackon Grandparents are Marilyn parties. She started cele-
Hospitalin Mariann. Thomas and Troy Wl- brating with her first party
He weighed 5 pounds liams of Marianna and at Motherly Love Daycare
14 ounces land was 18 Sharon White and Frank -with a Minnie Mouse
ches long at birth. White Sr. of Greenwood. theme. The children were
His parents are AleRi s A party was held on her served pizza, chips, cup- .
Mejia and John Richards. birthday at Pizza Hut giv- cakes and punch. Then, on
Grcanparens ar loe and en by her grandparents. her big day, March 30, she
GriceFood and fun was enjoyed celebrated at Gulf World her big day with family
by her many. family and special guest for the day and Rock-it Lanes in Pan- and friends with a birthday
friends in attendance. Her was Nymiracle White. ama City. She concluded dinner at Chow Town.

born at 12:27 a.m. March
12 at Jackson Hospital in 1 7
Marianna. He weighed
4 pounds 13 ounces and
was 181/2 inches lqng at
birth:'His parents are
Lynn and Tom Malone:
Grandparents are: Karen
Huckaby from Mari-
anna;-Coy Huckaby from
Clarksville and the late
Marlyn and Thomas
Malone from Lakewood,
Remembrance Alyianna
Camp was born at 11:23
p.m. March 18 at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
'She weighed 6 pounds 9.1
ounces and was 20 inches
long at birth. Her mother SUBMITTED PHOTO
is LaToya Glover. ive members of the Northwest Florida Artist Guild were spot- Philip

lighted at the Senior Fellowship Association at its March 17
meeting. Pictured are Vickie Fuqua, Lois Jones, Julie Hodges,
Carol Conley and Sam Carnley. Fellowship member Bert Benoit was
the lucky winner of a slate painting donated by the Artist Guild.

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Thank Uncle Sam )

W e all- well, most of us know that global
warming means a higher risk of coastal flood- NONOI NO
Sing, particularly in low-lying areas susceptible
to increasingly intense storm systems. O i YOUV~
Yet President Barack Obama signed a bill last week GOT IT ALL
that rolls back revisions made two years ago to the
National Food Insurance Program that were designed, TO
in part, to deter people from building or rebuilding in
flood-prone areas.
Why the rollback? Politics.
The program, which began in 1968, offered taxpayer
subsidies to property owners who were unable to buy
private flood insurance because of the higher, and
unprofitable, risks their flood-prone properties posed.
Designed as a public-private partnership, the pro-
gram was meant to become self-sustaining over time
as insured people paid more and more of their own
limiting derelopments in flood-prone areas, thus
reducing risk. Neither has happened.
By July 2013, the program owed the federal govern-
ment $24 billion it had borrowed to pay claims, a
financial gap exacerbated by taxpayer-subsidized 0
premiums for one-quarter of policyholders, combined
with massive losses from Hurricane Katrina and Su-
perstorm Sandy.
At the same time, at-risk coastal areas and other
flood zones have become more crowded. .J llUCI- U
*The Government Accountability Office added the
flood insurance program to its annual "high-risk list"
of troubled agencies in 2006, and it's been there ever
The problems are broad and, at times, arcane, but
the bottom line is that this is a program that beefitshe real sham e a the IRS
people who knowingly buy property in areas that
stand agood chance of flooding, partially at the ex-
pense of the rest of us. f you're struggling with your citizens who are doing their best to
To address some of those problems, Congress ap- taxes, this won't come as a sur- comply," Olson wrote.
proved, and Obama signed, the Biggert-Waters Flood prise: The IRS is a mess. How did we get into this fix? Ask
Insurance Reform Act of 2012. I'm not referring to the scandal Congress.
Among other fixes, it required updated flood maps involving the Internal Revenue Congress has cut the IRS budget
expanding the areas for which flood insurance would Service's handling of applications and staff 8 percent since fiscal
be required on mortgaged property, and it phased out from groups seeking tax-exempt year 2010 as the IRS workload has
premium subsidies. status. increased. The workload will get
But property owners facing big premium hikes or Congressional Republicans won't M arshaMercer heavier as the IRS takes responsi-
newly required coverage complained to Congress, let it go, but the scandal is just one bility for the Affordable Care At's
which obliged with the law Obama signed last week, of the agency's problems. fleeced'by unscrupulous and tax penalty for people who don't
which unravels most of the Biggert-Waters revisions. Our tax system is built on trust, incompetent preparers, identity buy health insurance.
Though there is cause for empathy for property own- and we all have a stake in a fair, thieves posing on the phone and Training at the IRS has taken a
ers hit with sudden and significant premium hikes, helpful, functioning IRS. Nobody in emails as the IRS, and other hit from $172 million to $22 mil-
this is bad policy. loves paying taxes, but about 98 scams. lion since 2010, the report says. Is
The 2012 law was a move in the right direction; the percent of the money the IRS very year more than 100 million it a surprise, then, that customer;,
law signed last week reverses it to appease property collects comes in on time and taxpayers call the IRS for help, and- service reps give incorrect orI0
owners. voluntarily. Only 2 percentis from millions more write or visit IRS answers?
If they want to live in areas likely to flood, that 'enforcementactions." walk-in-sites. Congress has also placed many
should be their risk to bear, not the taxpayers'. For the system to keep working, This year, though, the IRS proj- demands on the IRS during its
though, taxpayers must be able to ects it will be able to answer only investigations of the tax-exempt
rely on the IRS to. be impartial and six in 10 of the calls it receives. organizations scandal.
Los Angeles Times to answer questions and provide A decade ago, it answered nearly Over the last 15 months, 250
sound advice. nine in 10, according to the lat- IRS staffers have spent 100,000
Impartiality came into ques- est annual report to Congress by hours responding to congressional
tion with reports last year that national taxpayer advocate Nina requests and have produced more
Letter to the Editor the IRS subjected tea-party and E. Olson. than a million pages of redacted
other conservative groups to extra Olson is an independent voice documents, IRS Commissioner
*d *oin scrutiny. The agency has a new for taxpayers in the IRS. Her John Koskinen said Wednesday at
sioners g ri t commissioner and new rules and 2013 report, released in January, a hearing.
is working to repair its image, warns that IRS taxpayer service All this comes at a cost $8 mil-
Just read Mr. Bruner's it a sin to drink a glass of For all the attention the scandal has dropped to unacceptable lion to comply with congressional
letter to the editor, and wine or beer. It says God has gotten on Capitol Hill- 15 levels and could hurt voluntary requests and another $6 million to
made me laugh to read turned water into wine hearings and counting you'd compliance. $8 million to upgrade information
it. Mr. Bruner has it all when he was feeding the think every American wants to For example, taxpayers lucky technology to be responsive, he.
wrong. We voted for the people. Also it says wine start a 501(c) (4) organization. Most enough to get through by phone said. The meter is still running.
commissioners to do the was served at the Lord's Americans just want to file their stay on hold for almost 20 minutes Taxpayers need to know that the
will of the people, n'ot Supper. The sin is in the taxes correctly, before they speak to a human. IRS isn't targeting people for their
the will of the preachers amount you drink, not Once upon a time, people could IRS now answers only "basic" tax political, religious or other views.
or the church. God gave what you drink. So let's walk into an IRS office, sit down law questions and won't answer They also need to know that they
us brains to think for let the commissioners do and get help filling out their any questions after the April 15 can get timely, credible informa-
ourselves, but some think what they were elected to returns, deadline, even from taxpayers who tion from the IRS.
we are too dumb to know do, which was the will of Today, most people have to pay get filing extensions and complete Everybody talks about reforming
what is right or wrong, the people, not the will of a professional or buy software. their returns later in the year. the tax code. Let's start with mak-
Do I believe in God? Yes, the church. Americans spent 6.1 billion hours "It is a sad state of affairs when ing tax time a little easier for the
I sure do. Have I read the and $168 billion on tax prepara- the government writes tax laws hard-working taxpayer.
Bible? Yes; over and over, DAVID HUGHES tion in 2012. as complex as ours and then is
and nowhere does it say Graceville As if that weren't enough, taxpay- unable to answer any questions Marsha Mercer writes from Washington. Email
ers must guard against getting beyond 'basic' ones from baffled her at

Have a shipshape body in only one week!

A fter spending a week in and liquor, always asking our more fish and vegetables, been in their kitchens and
the Caribbean on Qcruise hostess for "just a half a slice, less meat; more olive oil, less bathrooms, and if that doesn't
Sship, I wondered if Sue please" when someone invited butter. Clearly what he really make me sick, nothing will.
had been intentionally starv- us out to dinner, meant was, "Eat like you're on a Bob told me once that his
ing me all these years. We never Then when I get on board cruise in the Mediterranean." kitchen floor "was so clean you
have midmorning pastries at this ship, I realize that I'm the And it wasn't as if I was get- could eat off it." And it certainly
home. She never serves a des- only person on the planet who's ting no exercise. I can't tell you looks like he does. Besides, I
sert with lunch, doing that. how many times that week I wonder if some of the stomach
And where is our late-after- Jim7 UUIlen Everyone else is having two had to reach out and hit the flu we hear about on cruises
noon slice of pizza? Where are The Village Idiot of everything, snacking be- elevator button to get to the really starts on the plane ride to '
our before-dinner margarita how deprived I was. Why do tween meals, drinking liquor dining room. the port city.
and bar nuts? Where are our I have to.get up every morn- and beer, then doing it all over Often I would wait for anoth- Every time I get on a plane,
four-course meals nightly with ing and walk to the kitchen to again the next day. And not er passenger to do it, but most the moment the cabin door
wine? We don't need a vacation; have breakfast, when on the only are they still alive, they're of them were cruise veterans closes, the guy behind me
we need a chef. .ship they brought it right to my wearing Speedos. and knew how to wait me out. starts blowing his nose and
I'm now wondering if it is room? "I didn't know Speedos came I also had to turn the pages of coughing deep, wet-sounding
possible for a human to go I had the feeling they would in that size," I told Sue. my own book between meals. coughs. So three days later, if
without food for three or even cut it up and feed it to me if I She responded, "Obviously, Sheesh! I might as well have I got sick on the boat, would it
four hours. What will happen if had only thought to ask. Next they don't." been at Home. be the cruise line's fault?
we have to go five entire hours time I will. Why waste my pre- It is clear to me now that I When I told my friends I'd Actually, I was kind of hoping
without something to eat? cious energy lifting a fork and have been doing this eating been on a cruise, the first thing I would catch something. It's
Surely that is just as deadly as aIknife? thing all wrong. most of them asked was, "Did only way I will ever lose all the
eating the wrong part of the For years I've been trying to When my doctor said I should you get sick?" which is an odd weight I gained.
pufferfish. lose weight, watching what I be eating a Mediterranean diet, question coming from my
It wasn't until I saw how the eat, staying away from sweits, I thought he meant eat the way friends. Contact Jim Mullen at
other half ate that I realized exercising, avoiding beer they do in southern Europe: They seem to forget that I've


Springsteen, Travolta, Shark Tank and WhatsApp

"The foreman says 'These And the future jobs which free messaging, is only liams ($19.4B); and Tyson have slogged along for be exceptionally profit-
jobs are goin'boys... may become available 5 years old and employs Foods ($13.1B). years and years, inching able for a few successful
And they ain't comin' are going to 55 people. Of these 55 Some historical eco- up their market caps basis entrepreneurs, but bad
back..."' require sig- employees, 32 are engi- nomic context is help- points at a time," says for those in the labor
"MY HOMETOWN" nificant new neers, according to Robert ful. Henry Sherwin and Calao. "In a blink, they've market seeking long-term
By Bruce Springsteen training. McMillan Edwin Williams ventured all been matched or sur- employment and secu-
"Primary. WhatsApp is the primary into the paint business in passed, in terms of market rity. The model doesn't
here's a poignant Colors" was texting device used in 1866, one year after Lee value, by a no-name promise to sustain a vi-
campaign speech in Margaret released in countries like India, Brazil surrendered to Grant at startup in MountainView, able middle class that can
the political drama McDowell 1998, but and Mexico, and is adding Appomattox. Consolidat- (Calif.)." drive consumer spending,
"Primary Colors," one of -the mes- 1 million new users a day. ed Edison traces its roots WhatsApp may be the power GDP and grow the
my favorite movies. John sage is Compare other U.S. back to 1882. William face of the future of U.S, economy.
Travolta, playing a South- even clearer today: The companies whose market Harley and childhood employers. The company's
em governor running for job market in which our capitalization is in the friend Author Davidson value lies not in its profit- Margaret R. McDowell, ChFC, AIF.
president, is addressing parents labored has disap- same general ballpark, partnered in motorcycle ability, but in the number a syndicated economic columnist,
a group of downsized peared forever, writes J. J. Calao of Forbes design in 1901. of eyeballs that it can is the founder of Arbor Wealth
workers in a small New Last week, we examined magazine. These include Tyson Foods employs attract. And it employs Management, LLC, (850-608-, a
England factory. And how globalization and Chesapeake Energy 115,000 people. Hertz has shockingly few people. "Fee-Only" and Fiduciary Registered
he's informing them that automation continue to ($17.2B); Consolidated some 41,000 workers. Dr. Whose cutting-edge Investment Advisory Firm located
while he sympathizes eliminate jobs. Now con- Edison (Con Ed) ($16.2 Pepper employs 19,000 business concept will near Destin.This column should
over recent employment sider Facebook's recent of- B); Dr. Pepper Snapple across North America. debut on "Shark Tank" not be considered personalized
cutbacks, the jobs his fer to purchase WhatsApp Group ($10.2B); Harley "The companies (previ- and make them the next iestment advice and provides no
assurance that any specific strategy
audience once held are for $19 billion. WhatsApp, Davidson ($14.1B); Hertz ously listed) are storied billionaire? This type or investment will be suitable or
simply not coming back. a company that allows ($11.5B); Sherwin-Wil- brands, many of which of business model may profitable for an investor.

Teen driving campaign

beginning this week

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office is gearing
up to bring a distracted-
driving prevention pro-
gram to area high schools.
A simulator will be used
to illustrate the dangers of
texting while behind the
SUBMITTED PHOTOS County money and con-
Blue Springs Society received top honors and 27 certificates at C.A.R. state conference. tributions fromlocal busi-
Pictured are (from left) Carly Miller, Adrian Schell, state president Caitlin Brock Mary Robbins, nesses are being used to
Cynthia Brock and Laura Schell. hire the company that will
bring hands-on demon-
strations to students.
The Arrive Alive Tour
from UNITE will visit the SUBMITTED PHOTO
following high schools: James Coyle Mayo, left, of Mayo Insurance Co. presents
o Sneads 8066 Old Jackson County Sheriff's Deputy Jim Hamilton with a
Spanish Trial, Sneads; donation that will help bring a distracted-driving prevention
Monday, from 8 a.m. to 3 program to area high schools.
p Marianna- 3546 Cav- St.; Wednesday;, from 8 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
erns Road; Tuesday, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. ) Cottondale 2680
a.m. to 3 p.m. Graceville 5539 Levy St.; Friday, from 8
)) Malone 5361 Ninth Brown St.; Thursday, from a.m. to 3 p.m.

Blue Springs Society senior president Mary Robbins presents copies of '"Milly Francis" to
Princess Malee Society president Sebastin Miller with (from left), Laura Robbins Schell, Adrian
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Lions Club sponsors Lamar Townsend Golf Tournament
The Lions Club International the Chipley Lions Club contrib- shotgun start at the Sunny Hill at the hole sponsorship. I know you may receive many
is a very worthwhile civic orga- utes to the welfare of our com- golf course. This is our ,primary money donation requests over the
nization that has helped tens munity through helping many We need your help so we can raising project for 2014. All the course of the year but I want
of thousands of people down of our residents with sight who continue helping the resident monies derived from the sec- to assure you that the entire
through the years. Because otherwise would be unable to throughout our area. We ask ond annual Lamar Townsend fund derived through the golf
of this there are many people see. each business to consider being Golf Tournament will be used to tournament will be used for
seeing today who otherwise That's the reason we are spon- a team sponsor. A $250 sponsor- help provide sight to the many helping those with sight prob-
would be suffering from severe soring our second annual Lamar ship fee will pay for three golfers residents throughout our area lems in our area. None of it will
handicaps. Townsend Golf Tournament to which included green fees, car who otherwise would suffer a be used for the expenses of the
It is a comforting thought that be held May 10 with an 8 a.m. rental, lunch, prizes and a sign tremendous handicap. club.

Ex-FAMU Lady Elks to host

band 2014 Springtime

member nced Beauty Pageant
The Lady Elk 29th Annu- The photogenic winner
The Associated Press al Springtime Beauty pag- in each age division will
eant will be held May 17, receive a trophy and ban-
ORLANDO A former at 6 p.m. in the auditorium ner. The girls will need to
Florida A&M band mem- of Malone High School lo- bring their photos for pho-
ber on Friday became cated in Malone. togenic judging the morn-
the first person to be sen- The rehearsal will be. ing of rehearsal. All photos
tenced to jail time for his held in the auditorium on will be returried after the
role in the hazing death of Saturday morning, May pageant.
a drum major. 17, beginning at 9 a.m. for Those contestants not
Jessie Baskin was sen- ages 2 though 9. Contes- placing will receive an ap-
tenced to 51 weeks in the tants aged 10 through 18 preciation trophy.
county jail, five years of are requested to arrive at All proceeds from the
probation and 300 hours 10 a.m. for their rehearsal. pageant go to help with
of community service for THEASSOCIATEDPRESS The entry fee is $60. the Florida Elks children's-
participating in the beat- In an Orange County courtroom, Jessie Baskin, 22, looks at his mother who was overtaken Optional fees are $10 for programs.
ing death of 26-year-old with emotion Friday after he was sentenced to a year in jail for the beating death of Florida photogenic and $10 for a Application forms may
Robert Champion in No- A&M University drum major Robert Champion. copy of the score card. The be picked up from the fol-
vember 2011. about what happened. Lu- he said through a wail- famed marching band age divisions and dress re- lowing locations in Mari-
In a hearing that lasted bet added that he hoped ing voice. I'm not over that didn't return to per- quirements are as follows: anna: The Growing Tree
nearlythreehours, Baskin's ayear in jail will get the it. It has affected me too. forming until this past fall. ) Tiny Miss Springtime Children' Shop, Suite B,
attorney called several word out that "hazing will Robert was a good man The school also has made -ages 2 to 4; heirloom 4428 Lafayette St.; AUl-2-
character witnesses from not be tolerated." and we know that .... We changes in an effort to end dress. Gether Salon & Day Spa,
the 22-year-old's family, Fifteen former band did not intend for this to a culture of hazing. ) Little Miss Springtime 2928 Jefferson St., Mari-
including his mother and members were charged happen." Pam Champion said ages 5 to 7 years; heir- anna; Merle Norman Cos-
father. He also submitted with manslaughter and Baskin's attorney, Chris- though she believes loom dress. metic & Day Spa, 4451
a brief that contained let- hazing in Champion's topher Smith, submitted Baskin's sentence was too Young Miss Springtime Lafayette St., Marianna;
ters pleading for leniency death. Seven have been a 19-page memorandum light, it won't deter her ages 8 to 9 years; long and Bush.paint & Supply,
Baskin was emotional sentenced -to combina- to the court in which he family and a foundation pageant dress. 971 6th Ave., Graceville; or
throughout, several times tions of probation and gave three reasons that he started in her son's name ) Junior Miss Springtime the Elks Lodge, U.S. 90 E.,
wiping away tears, and community service. One thought Lubet should de- from trying to 'stop hazing ages 10 to 12; long pag- Marianna.
other times trembling in other defendant 25- viate from the nine years nationwide. eant dress. The applications or en-
his seat. year-old Caleb Jackson proposed by the state's "Clearly the sentence ) Teen Miss Springtime try forms may be mailed
"I've sentenced a hun- has pleaded no contest sentencing score sheet. doesnt fit what was done, ages 13 to 15 years; long to The Lady Elks, PO. 6092,
dred people to life in pris- to manslaughter and is Smith argued that Rob- including another oppor- pageant dress. Marianna, FL 32447, or
on. This is one of the hard- awaiting sentencing. ert Champion was a will- tunity to send a strong Please note that all con- may be delivered to the
est sentences that I've ever Champion's parents ing participant in his message," she said. "We testants must be in their Elks Lodge, Wednesday
had to deal with," Judge Robert Sr. and Pam hazing, that the offense 'have to talk to everyone, age division by May 17. through Friday after 4
Marc Lubet said. "No mat- Champion also testi- was committed in "an un- because what happened The deadline for entry is p.m.
vter what I do, I can't bring fled Friday, as they had at sophisticated manner," at that school was allowed April 28. For more information,
Robert Champion back." previous sentencing hear- and that Baskin was too to happen...But the mes- The winner in each age call Jane Powell, spring-
Baskin of Miami had ings. Both expressed their young to appreciate the sage of the foundation is division will. receive a time pageant director at
faced nine years in prison ongoing grief, with Pam consequences. to say'No more."' crown, trophy and banner. 569-2227.
after pleading no con- Champion encouraging State attorneyJeffAshton
test to manslaughter in Baskin to "make positive argued that only a lengthy
November. choices going forward" prison term would stop
Champion originally "You did wrong ... You future hazing incidents.
from Decatur, Ga. died must pay the consequenc- "We've done all we can
during a hazing ritual es for what you did," she do. We charged them with
aboard a bus parked out- said. manslaughter because
side an Orlando hotel. Before Lubet imposed that is what they did," he
Champion collapsed af- his sentence, Baskin him- said. "The rest is up to
ter prosecutors say band self offered a statement, at you."
members beat him with one point turning toward Champion's death led
fists and instruments. Champion's parents and to the departure of the
Lubet said he was torn giving a tearful apology. band's longtime director,
abouthow harsh of a sen- "I apologize that this the abrupt resignation of
tence to give, but thought happened. I apologize for the university's president
Baskin was remorseful how thishas affected you," and the suspension of the

House keeps pushing BTFOE EORGIA 2I.H0OOL RODEO

voucher expansion BOTTOM Friday April 4, 2014
The Associated Press from low-income fami- DROPS
lies attend private schools OUT... 8:00 pm
TALLAHASSEE Back- as a result of the voucher p m
ers of a Florida program program, which hands out SELL YOUR Gates Open 7:00 pm
that helps low-income state tax credits to busi-
children attend private nesses that pay for the GO LD
schools, many of them vouchers. State figures ANI
religious, are trying a sec- show that more than 80 AT .
ond time to move ahead a percent of the schools par-
bill that would authorize ticipating are religious.
a major expansion of the Organizations that run
program. the program estimate as S ffS
Just last week it ap- many 25,000 additional JEQEI.ERO p
peared that private school students are trying to get 8:0 p
voucher legislation was into the program now, al- Paid on Site
dead for the Legislature's though at one point Fresen 4432 Lafayette Street Gates Open 7:00 pm
60-day session after the. contended that as many as 526-5488
Senate sponsor withdrew 100,000 students want to Calf Scramble for Kids 12 & Under
his bill. But Friday a state enroll in it. iH U
House committee voted
along party lines for a re-
vamped version intended T CS
to win support from Sen-
ate Republicans.
"There is a pent-up de- 5&Und -FREE!
mand for that program, a ,
potential demand in the
future, and we are going to
allow for that demand be ,.. ,
met," Rep. Erik Fresen, R- "
Miami, told reporters after
the 8-4 vote by the House .
Education Appropriations
This time House Re-
publicans included the-
expansion of the voucher II.- I ii i ;
program in an education
bill that also would expand ,
a separate program that 7
aids disabled children. The -
Senateisadvancing a simi- BEN SAUNDERS D.M.D. L1I
lar bill to help parents of PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
disabled children get ad- 4711 Highway 90 East Marianna, FL
ditional services.
. Nearly 60,000 students (Between Burger King & Big Lots) 526-SPIT


Marianna Chapel 1, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. in the Bragg of Marianna, FL, and
Funeral Home Marianna Chapel Funeral Billy Bragg of Cottonwood,
3960 Lafayette Street Home. Interment will fol- AL; sister Loraine Sewell of fbjj
Marianna, Florida 32446 low in the New Salem Cottonwood, AL; sons
Phone 850-526-5059 Church Cemetery. A time Charles Dennis Jones of
of remembrance will be Alford, FL & Timothy Jones
held one hour prior to the of Marianna, FL; and
Elouise funeral. grandchildren Charles
Lipford Locke Marianna Chapel Funer- Dennis Jones, Jr of Alford,
L fored Locke al Home is in charge of ar- FL, John Barrentine of
rangements. Brunswick, GA, and Mela-
Elouise Lipford Locke 65, Expressions of sympathy nie Barrentine of Brun4
of Marianna, went to be may be submitted online at wick, GA.
with the lord on Saturday She is survived by sisters
March 29, 2014 in Bonifay, Chapel Elizabeth Roberson and
Fl. Funeral Home husband Billy of Bristol, FL
She was born May 14, 3960 Lafayette Street and Lucy Barrentine of Ma-
1948 in Marianna, FI to the r6an0 L afaette Street rianna, FL; children Judy
late Mertie and Etelle Marianna Florida 32446 Powell of Marianna, FL,
LIpford. Her children, Pho 850- 9 Gloria Nichols and hus-
grand children, and hus- band Michael of Pietown,
band were the apple of her Minnie L. NM, Rachel Anson of
eye; never giving up on Bra Watford Cottondale, FL, Mary Scott
them. She loved cooking and husband Floyd of JAY HARE / DOTHAN EAGLE
for holidays, family events Cottondale, FL, and Johnny Business leaders from the U.S. and China listen to one of themany speakers during the U.S.
and making everyone hap- Jones of Marianna, FL; 23 China Symposium inside the Dothan Civic Center on Thursday.
py. Elouise was a prankster grandchildren, 34 great-
by nature and loved mak- grandchildren, and 1 great-
ing "special" chocolate great-grandchild; many
pudding and pies for those nieces, nephews, cousins,
who hurt others. She had a and extended family
feisty spirit and an immac- Services for Mrs Watford a o
ulate homemaker.... Visi- will be held at 3:00 P.M. on
tors often found her clean- Sunday, March 30, 2014 in b o r n
ing during their visits and the Marianna Chapel Fu-
watching her way vacuum- neral Home with Pastor
ing her way out of her Willie Clark officiating. In- BY LANCE GRIFFIN companies are expected. don't know what will
room. She owned and op- Loving Mother, Grand- terment will follow in the Dothan Eagle Those pursuits are happen."
erated Locke Rental and mother, Great and Great- Jones Family Cemetery. A not landed overnight. Courting Chinese busi-
Convenient Food Mart Great Grandmother Minnie time of remembrance will DOTHAN, Ala. Sev- Dothan's dialogue with nesses involves several
with her husband Clyde R. L. Bragg Watford, age 88, of be held on Saturday, eral famous quotations Commercial Jet lasted obstacles:
Lock Sr. Marianna, FL, passed into March 29, 2014 from 6:00 or proverbs could ap- more than a year before Ditance: Executives
She was preceded in God's hands from natural P.M. to 8:00 P.M. in the or proverb s could ap- more than a year before n Distance: Executives
death by her son Clyde Ray causes Thursday, March Marianna Chapel Funeral ply to last week's U.S.- the aviation company with Chinese 3D printer
Locke Jr., three brothers; 27, 2014. Home. China Manufacturing chose to expand here, manufacturer Nanjing
R.L Lipford, Mertie Clayton She was a dedicated Marianna Chapel Funer- Symposium. and the Miami-based Zijin-Lead Electronics
Lipford, and Billy, Paul mother, grandmother, al Home is in charge of the Dothan Mayor Mike company did not have visited Dothan five times
Liford; one son-in-law great-grandmother and arrangements. Schmitz has referred to to consider a myriad of in a 14-month span.
James David Hall. great-great grandmother. Fxpressions of sympathy the city's courting of Chi- potential hurdles facing Schmitz visited China
Elouise is survived by her She was a wonderful exam- may be submitted online at nese businesses as "many foreign businesses inter- four times. The official
husband of forty-seven ple of integrity, compas- cups of teawith the sym- ested in expanding into project announcement
years, Clyde R. Locke Sr., sion, and charity. posium simply being an- the United States. did not come until Fri-
Daughters Teresa Ann Hall Minnie L. Bragg was other cup. Thomasville Mayor ay with the company's
(Eagle Lake, FL), Teresa born June 2, 1925, in Fitz- other cup. Thomasville Mayor aywith the company's
"Kooter" Gray (Marianna, gerald, GA. tsThe quotation "a jour- Sheldon Day said he talk- intentionto locate asales
FL), Pam Long-Bimberg She was preceded in ney of a thousand miles ed with Golden Dragon office andmanufacturing
(Marianna, Fl); nine grand death by father Samuel begins with one step" Precise Copper Tbing facility in the nearfuture.
children; ten Great- Cleveland Bragg; mother Artistic e Unimited Inc. applies as well. for 2 12 years before the Language: There is
grandchildren; two both- Mary Elizabeth Bragg of 2g Jefferson t. Mrianna And while the sympo- company decided to lo- nothing as simple as a
ers, M.J. Lipford (Marian- Marianna, FL; brothers 82911 Jeffr sium culminated with cate in Wilcox County. quick email or phone call
na), Lewis Lipford (Lee, John L. Bragg of Chipley, 850-372-4456 the announcement of Negotiations with Mobile to iron out details when'
Massatuchuettes) and one FL, Odell Bragg of Marian- Michael's Toggery some jobs for Dothan, and the State of Alabama language barriers exist.
sister Sarah Dekle. na, FL, Bea Bragg of Ma- Funeral Appropriate Attire
Services for Elouise will rianna; FL, Sam Bragg of 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna Schmitz and area leaders with Airbus went on for Negotiations between en-
be held on Tuesday, April Winter Haven, FL, Charlie 850-482-8647 have their sights set on severalyears. tities who speak thesame
bigger things. Although Schmitz's language often result in
Schmitz and others travels have already miscommunication. The
would like tomake Do- spanned 100,000 miles, potential for miscommu-
terFloridas future, and re- producer wouldonly bere- than and the Wiregrass the symposium could be nication increases when
W ater quires partnership between quired to provide a match a nerve center for estab- the beginning. parties speak different
state and local agencies and of 25 percent ($18,750), with lished and budding inter- "I can't begin to tell you languages.
From Page IA other interest groups," said the District funding the re- national businesses, with how much I have learned a Business culture: Lo-
Drew Bartlett, DEP Deputy maining 75 percent. multiple types of indus- this past year," Schmitz retta Lee, chairperson of
area," said District Execu- Secretary of Water Policy Eligible BMPs include ir- try in multiple locations said. "So many. things. Loretta Lee Ltd., recently
tive Director Jon Steverson. and Ecosystem Restoration. rigation system improve- throughouttheWiregrass, But Thomasville has al- located a boot manu-
"The district is grateful to "Jackson Blue Springs is im- ments; pump upgrades all using local workers' ready proven it can work facturing facility near
Governor Scott, the Florida paired by excess nitrates, (high to low pressure); re- Friday's announcement with Golden Dragon Knoxville, Tenn. Lee said
Department of Environ- and thanks to the $1.2 mil- mote controlling systems that accounting and (copper tubing). If it can she encountered many
mental Protection and our lion investment we are tack- for irrigation; control panel consulting firm Wipfli in- work there, it can work obstacles she never
partners in the agricultural ling this issue immediately upgrades; endgun controls; tends to have a presence here. I just know that predicted.
community for helping using the best science and fertigation systems; and inDothanisanindication we have to be very care- "A lot of things we
us move forward with this engineering available." other precision agriculture that serious negotiations ful and not overpromise, had to learn from the
program." Thanks to matching tools and services. with multiple. Chinese because ultimately we beginning," Lee said.
By providing enhance- funds from the.District, the Eligible projects are re-
ments to irrigation sys- Florida Department ofAgri- quired to be located in Jack-
tems, the program will as- culture and Consumer Ser- son County; have the site

achieve water savings up Conservation Service, and and other permit/regula-
to an estimated 7.5 million participating agricultural tory requirements; and the
gallons per day. In addition, producers, on top of the producer must enroll in an
improved fertilizer appli- state's $752,000 contribu- applicable FDACS-adopted
cation technologies could tion, more than $1.2 mil- BMP program.
reduce the total nitrogen lion is being invested in the For additional informa- The Associated Press
use for corn, cotton and protection of Jackson Blue tion or to apply for cost- Feb ay regiona emp ent er
peanut crops by 20 percent, 'Springs this fiscal year. Un- share funding, visit the TALLAHASSEE Flor-
or 11,800 pounds of nitro- der the Jackson Blue Spring District's website at www. ida added thousands of 14 14Jan 13-Feb
gen fertilizer by the average Agricultural BMP Program, jobs last month, but new alh o .. 73
farm each year, without a the District will fund 75 jaxbluebmp.html or contact numbers released on Hoies 5 55 r
loss in productivity. percent of qualifying BMPs Angela Chelette at the Dis- Friday showed that the Jacin 53 5.3
"Protecting and improv- (up to a maximum grant trict (850-539-2650) or Lola state's overall unemploy- hentn 5
ing the quality and quan- amountof $56,250). Forex- Allard at the Jackson Soil ment rate is remaining
tity of water flowing from ample, to obtain a $75,000 and Water Conservation steady. g.
Florida's springs is vital for upgrade, an agricultural District (850-526-2610). The state's jobless rate
in February was 6.2 per-
cent, which is the same counties-includingones "It is clear that busi-
H ealth to track progress. rate it was the previous such as IDuval, Hernando nesses are growing and
h Reducing the communicable and in- month. There are esti- and Manatee- reported creating more jobs and
fectious disease rate and increasing the mated 588,000 people out a rise in unemployment. opportunities for Flo-
From Page lA availability and access to healthcare ser- of work in the Sunshine Gov. Rick Scott stressed ridians," Scott said in a
County. These rankings use data related vices Jackson County are priorities for the State. the job gains on Friday statement. "We are mov-
to physical environments, social and eco- Florida Department of Health in Jackson The unemployment rate Cduring an appearance at ing Florida's opportunity
nomic factors, health behaviors and clini- County. held steady even though the Port of Tampa, say- economy forward."
calcare. In the release, ChuckLockey, chairman of the state gained an es- ing the latest numbers State economists have
In Jackson County, the Community the Jackson CountyBoard of County Com- timated 33,400 jobs last continue to show that said a big reason for the
Health Improvement Plan is designed missioners, was quoted as saying, "The month. Only California businesses are growing in unemployment rate de-
to address specific opportunities for im- Board of County Commissioners supports and Texas gained more the state. Scott mainaintains cline since December
proved health that have been identified by the efforts of the Department of Health in jobs in February. his policies since becom- 2011 is that people are
the community. The Department has part- Jackson County and is committed to mak- While the overall state- ing governor in 2011 leaving the labor force
nered with many stakeholders to imple- ing Jackson County a healthy place to live,,. wide number remained have helped the state's or had delayed their job
ment the CHIP and collaborates regularly work and play." unchanged, some economy recover. search.

M arket we can give to our youth is varied vendors. nurture this.growth and hopes the growing market are invited to participate
to teach them how to suc- "Each of these creative get people excited about its will become "the destina- and share their wares. At-
ceed in business. It's ales- small enterprises has the potential." tion" for locally produced tendees can checkin at the
From Page 1A son that will staywill them potential to take their Lynn Lipford, president goods and family activities. Jackson County Extension
throughout their lives and products to the next level of JacksonCountyGrowers' Farmers' Market University Service beginning at 3p.m.
to the public. there's no better place to and into stores and shops. Association said, "I would aims to help that become on April 8. Pre-registra-
"We want to inspire folks start than at one of our lo- That's good for everyone." like to see the Marianna a reality. She invites every- tion is encouraged at www.
of all ages to get their prod- cal community farmers Amanda Griffin, IFAS Ex- City Farmers Market be- one to attend and learn and
ucts to market and to cre- markets." tension Agent said, "Our come a destination where how the program can ben- 850-482-9620 or 850-763-
ate their own jobs," said Barnes explained that farmers market can be the surrounding areas can efit all families.. 7359. A light dinner will
Ronnie Barnes, volunteer Marianna City Farmers a terrific center of comrn- be provided with a greater Current and aspiring be provided. Attendance is
coordinatorof FMU. Market is enthusiastic merce and activities in our variety of local products." makers, bakers and grow- free at 2741 Pennsylvania
"One of the greatest gifts about developing new and community. I want to help Lipford explained that she ers from across the region Ave. in Marianna

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Tradition a delicate balance for Florida tribes
The Associated Press P keep count of their people
it's against their cultural
MIAMI Cobalt blues ways but the estimated
and salmon pinks flash by re population is around 100.
like a meteor shower dur- Sandra-Laurie Osceola
ing a new moon as a group is focused on maintaining
of middle school students her traditional roots and
parade through the main clan ties. Her son, Standing
hall of the Miccosukee Em- Bear Osceola, 20 months,
bassy in Miami. is one of a dozen or fewer
Dressed in colorful Florida Indians still being
patchwork shirts, and raised in a traditional In-
dresses, the 18 students are dian village among non-
here to say the pledge of al- reservation Indians.
legiance. The pledge isn't Her future, she says, is
to the American flag. It's to with her clan her close
the Miccosukee flag and a and extended family. San-
people who have survived dra-Laurie's father, LeRoy
500 years of oppression. M. Osceola, is one of the
"All helping one anoth- most outspoken tradition-
er," as one line says when al Indians and is the head
translated into English. of four generations of tra-
These children are tribal ditional Indians living on
members, part owners of their own land, not within
the vast gambling and re- THEASSOCIATEDPRESSPHOTS the reservation borders.
sort corporation. They're Tampa area Seminole Bobby Henry, center, leads a group of visitors at the Big Cypress Seminole Reservation during a I get asked all the time,
also the newest generation demonstration of a traditional stomp welcome dance in Florida. why I don't enroll and get
of the Miccosukee Tribe the free money," she says.
of Indians of Florida, who further ecological damage Business yentures and spiritual battle, citing The future of the tradi- "For me, it's out of respect
number about 600 and while integrating technol- include: human rights violations, tional Indians seems grim. for my father, what he has
live mostly on reserva- ogy and moving even more a Casinos in Florida, Mis- genocide and centuries- Asmanyhavesaid,theyare taught us. I can't imagine
tion lands about 100 miles into the modern world. sissippi, Nevada, Ohio, Do- old treaties. going extinct. They dont betraying him like that'
southeast of Fort Myers. Like any group, they vary minican Republic, China
Once finished, the chil- in personal beliefs, spiri- and Singapore
dren scamper off to the tual convictions and finan- Resorts in Florida, Cali- adi C ist
banks of the Miami River, cial status, but all factions. fornia, Mexico, Thailand Caverns Road Chur oft
the aquatic arterythat once have similar goals: Grow and Malaysia l's eoe Fi t to
connected the Miccosukee their power and influence ) Extensive cattle and "The ch urches of Christ ea e h a
to the entire Everglades. across the region eco- farming operations. "If any man speak, let him speak as the
There they eat fry bread nomically, environmen- Even sponsorships of a greet you"
and sip sodas, talk about tally and spiritually. NASCAR team from 2002 Romans 16:16 oracles of God.." .1 Peter'4:11 (KJV)
the Internet, cellphones The tribes are taking con- through 2009 were part of Elders: Let the Bible speak ..Why Don't YouUse Insruments n Worship?
and school. trol through a gambling their economic DNA. Bnle Carr
Miccosukee chairman and resort empire, that The Seminole- Tribe is sProbably one of the most distinctive features of the church of Christis our
nDat ie vid Regiser refusal to use mechanioal instruments in our worship. Below is the Biblicd
ColleyBillie takesthe stage, brings in billions of dollars ookingto expandits em Raymon Chapman ratonale forour non-use ofnsruments and ners tomm bjections
his baritone voice bounc- of revenue each year (the pire, After canceling plans Jim Swails
ing off the marble floor. Seminole Tribe reported $2 to build a $465 million ca- Why We Don't use Mechanical Instruments In Worship?
'It was our refuge, it was billion in revenue in 2012). sino in Atlantic City, the:' Deacons: The answdr is a simple one we simply dont have authlo to use them.
a place that fed us," Bil- Both the Seminole Tribe Seminole Tribe is reported- Micha.el McLean (Colossians 3:17; 1 Corinthians 4:6; 2 John 9 11). History gives additional
lie says. 'And the reason of Florida and the Mic- ly interested in buying the Jaes Pelham support for the church's biblical position.. Mechanical instruments change the
we wound up in the Ev- cosukee Tribe of Indians Revel Casino Hotel, which Glenn Hoff kindof music God authorized (Eph. 5:19).
erglades is because the 'of Florida own resorts would also give them an Donrle Hall II. Common Objections To The BibIlica Position
United States government throughout much of Flor- Internet gambling license Henry rouilld A. David Used The. 1. Davidvedandworshiped under the Old Covenant
ias unleashed on us to ida, the United States and another entry into the I i SA which was niled to the cross (Clossians 2 Romans 7:1-6). 2. Would
exterminate us. We went in Europe and Asia. gambling world. one be willing to affirm that everything in the Old Covenant is appropriate in
into the Florida Everglades "These businesses started And there is talk of ex- 85o2-2 offin e New Testament worship?
as a place of refuge. We as high-stakesbingo in the pandingits Immokalee ca- 50-372-417 B. Angels Play Has In Heaven. First, Revelation is largely symbolic...
will always consider it our 1970s, when the federal sino, including a possible spiritual beings in a spirit realm playing lterl harps? 2. Would one be willing
home." government gave exclusive Hard Rock hotel nearby. to affirm that the way things are in Heaven ae the way thingsshould be on
SThe Everglades 'has gambling rights to Indian The money means the 4r he i earth
changedin thelast century, tribes. Although casinos tribes can hire attorneys C. The Bible Doesn't Say We Can't Use Them. 1 The Bible does tell us
and Indians have changed were already established in and water management how sing (Eph. o5:t 9)si2. c o uld one be willing o afirm thai whaever the
with it. From a mostly an-' the Miami area, the tribes exprts to fight support us esn't specitcally condmn is mpprolhodze, The thBiblngse doesn't tell
cient life ofhuntinggath- have, since h iestablished gh ushin that .wed l tte things we can do.
c lia have since established tate or federtwater policya e. D. Ausic Is My Talent And Go d Would .Wnt Me To Use My Talents.
ering and spiritual cereino- gambling in Tampa, Immo- chaes oray Ever glade Would one be willi~it, trjrth t e~p's talent may be
ies, modem Indians have kalee, Hollywood,. Dania, restratin"pro ..... .. w...
nies, modern Indians have kalee, Hollywood, Daa, restorainprojects. I s: is apropriate to use in worship? 2 To obey is better than to sacrifice
mastered the American Clewiston and Brighton. "It's not that we want to Snay Mooing: (1 Samuel 15:22).
economic model, build- The businesses bring in bil- sue them,'.' says Miccosu- 9 1i B E_ Conclusion: 1. We must seek to do only those things which God has
ing an international casino lions of dollars of revenue. kee Tribe member Michael 10 shi uthorized (John 4'24). 2. We must be sure that we genuinely worship
and resort empire. each year, and members Frank about water man- 00 Worship through our singing.
The challenge is main- reportedly get $100,000 or agement agencies and the
taining traditions and pro- more in annual dividends National Park Service. "It's 6 For a free, in-home Bible correspondence courseKA.
tecting the Everglades from for being part.of te tribe. just that they break their please contact the Caverns Road church office, or
own laws." contact: preacheriombowin~@gmail.comn
The traditional Indians My name is Tom Bowling, and I am the pulpit
relatives of tribe Indi- minister for the church of Christ that meets at Cavems
ans who shun reservation Road here in Marianna. I would like to invite you
life and American politics to attend our services, or to contact me anytime for
are fighting a moral prayer or Bible study. God Bless You!

My name is Shaene Grover andI am Imetmyhusbandin lawschoolanmaryinghim
nning for Circuit .Court Judge for the was the second best decision of ny life. (The best
Mad Bear Osceola plays with his nephew, Standing Bear Fourteenth Judicial Circuit. The Fourteenth decision was to become a Christian.)
Osceola at the clan's camp in historic Miccosuke~'lnds inh Judicial Circuit includes Jackson, Calhoun, After we' married, we returned tohis
Florida. In their culture a male a from the mother's side of the" Washington. Holes, Gulf and Bay horne in Calhoun County, where
family must teach traditions and skills like building a chickee counties. The three other candidates he i a sixth generation Calhoun
or dugout canoe and will serve as a life long mentor. reside in Bay C.ounty. Co tian. His family background
I am a country girl frbm a small values, and beliefs are.similar to
town near the Smoky Mountains. mine.
For several generations, We have been blessed with
my paternal grandfather's twowonderfulsois. Theoldest
family farmed and labored in a son is ten and the youngest is
A sawmill. Farming and raising five. Both boys love baseball.
livestock was the way of life One of our favorite family
of my maternal grandfather's activities is to attend their
family. Both of my parents are baseball games.
descendants of hardworking .I have practiced law for the
*people who expected everyone past fifteen years. My experience
to do their part. is extensive and includes criminal
When my' parents married, law, family law, real estate law,
my father was a teacher in labor law cases and numerous
a small rural school and my other types of civil litigation. For
S* mother was a hairdresser in a the past thirteen years I have been
beauty shop. My mother went the County Attorney for the Liberty
to college ten years after she graduated from high County Board of County Commissioners. -My law
school. Althoughmymother hadtwo youngchildren, office, Shalene Grover, P.A., is located across the
she worked two jobs to help support the family street from the Jackson County Courthouse in
S while attending college. She then became a teacher Marianna.
and is currently in her 30th year in the educational If I am elected, I will apply the values my parents
system working with children with disabilities. My taught me as a chilc I will work hard and be fair. I
father retired after 30 years in education. While my will also strive to make the system efficient and user
father taught, he also drove a school bus to help friendly. My decisions will be based on the law and
supplement the family's income. This meant that he on common sense.
worked twelve (12) hour days, five days a week. Your support and vote for Circuit Court Judge on
I am very proud of my family. Both parents, by August ; ai would be sincerely appreciated. I can
example, taught my brother and I the importance of be contacted at (850) 482-4050 or at facebook.
hard work and respect for others. com/GROVERFORJUDGE.
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Gracevile Baseball Chipola Softball

Gators remain perfect Lady Raiders earn

The Wewahitchka Gators pli w Cl
kept their unbeaten streak
in district play alive Thurs-
day night with a 9-7 road BY DUSTIN KENT
victory over the Graceville
Tad Gaskin started on The Northwest Florida State Lady
the mound for the Gators Raiders earned a split with the Chipola
and went all seven innings Lady Indians on Thursday night, bounc-
to get the win, while Den- KRISTIE CLOUDFLORDAN ing back from a 6-5 loss in the first game
ny Elligson took the loss Colby Mullins (15) looks at a high pitch from Brandon Pippin with a 9-7 victory in the doubleheader
for the Tigers, starting and (10) in Thursday night's game between Wewahitchka and finale in Niceville.
giving up five runs on five Graceville. Haley Goodson pitched seven innings
hits and six walks with four Hudson Forsyth followed errors, we didn't pitch well, to get the win for Northwest, giving up
strikeouts in 2 2/3 innings. with a single to left field, didn't throw strikes.We just six earned runs on 12 hits and two walks
Rashard Ranie got Wewa but Eli Miller flew out to didn't play good. We're not with five strikeouts.
off to a fast start with a centerfield, Sikes struck playing seven full innings. The Lady Raiders scored three runs
three-run home run in the out, and Ethan Walker The good thing was that in the first, second, and third in-
top of the first inning, with hit a hard line drive back as bad as it was the first nings to jump out to a 9-1 lead, with
the Gators adding single to the mound that was five innings, we were still Adaria Dixon getting it started in the /
runs in the second and snagged by Gaskin to end able to make it a game. I'm first inning with a two-RBI single, fol-
third innings and three the game. proud they didn'tquit, but lowed by an RBI double by Kaisey
more in the fifth to go up Gaskin struck out 10 ifwecan put seveninnings Carson.
8-0. Graceville batters on the together we can be pretty Chipola starting pitcher Luana Imam-
Graceville fought back night, while issuing six good." ura allowed the first five runners of the
with six runs in the bottom walks and allowing six Elligson led the Tigers top of the second inning to reach base,
of the sixth inning, with hits. offensively, going 2-for- with bases loaded walks to Hannah Day
Jonathan Sikes drawing a The win moved the Ga- 4 with a double and two and Dixon forcing in runs to make it
bases loaded walk to score tors to 8-0 in District 2 RBIs, while Wertenberger 5-0.
Brandon Pippin, followed competition, while the Ti- was 2-for-3 with two RBIs, Rosanne de Vries then came on to
by consecutive two-RBI gers fell to 5-3. Forsyth 1-for-2 with two replace Imamura and minimized
singles by Tyler Werten- GHS coach Bryant Hardy walks and Brogdon and the damage, giving up an RBI sac-
berger and Elligson, and said he was happy with Padgett each had a hit and rifice fly to Carson before strik-
an RBI infield single by Jar- the way his team finished an RBI. ing out Jamie Phillips and Amber
ed Padgett to make it 8-6. the game, but the shaky Graceville will have a Burton.
After the Gators tacked start was too much to busy week ahead start- An RBI triple by Katie Harrison got
on an insurance run in the overcome. ing Tuesday with a district Chipola on the board in the top of the -
top of the seventh, the Ti- "The first five innings road game against Blount- third inning, but Northwest came back FILEPHOTO/FLORIDAN
gers answered in the bot- were absolutely atrocious," stown, followed by a home with RBI singles by Day and Dixon be- Jenna Reeves (5) plants her foot on first as
tom of the inning with a the coach said. "We walked game Thursday against fore an error allowed another run to the ball sails to her in a game earlier this
lead-off solo home run by 10battersandstruckout10 Chipley and Friday on the score. season.
Jarrett Brogdon.' times, we made a couple of road against Altha. The Lady Indians answered with four runs and two RBIs, and Carson 1-for-3
runs in the top of the fourth, with Jenna with three RBIs.
Reeves doubling to score Jennifer Cottle Jennifer Phillips walked four times
Mariannr a Baseball and Dayane Armenta getting an infield and scored three runs, while Ga-
single to score Alyssa Hathcoat before briela Kuroda had a hit and two
g Bulldogs shut out in Jo n Harrison hit a two-RBI single to right runs.
L g l field to score Reeves and Armenta to Armenta led Chipola offensively, go-
make it 9-5. ing 3-for-4 with a run and an RBI, with
BY DUSTIN KENT to give Long all the offen- Hartsfield, and Trent Lar- Chipola added two more runs in Harrison adding two hits and three RBIs sive support he needed, son had the three hits for the top of the seventh when Cot- and Reeves going 2-foq-4 with two runs
Laurence Lincoln. tie doubled and scored on another and two RBIs.
The Marianna Bulldogs Glover led the Brayson Smith took the double by Reeves and Lindsay Wurm Cottle had two hits and two runs and
snapped a two-game los--., Bulldogs by loss for the Trojans, giving singled up the middle to bring home Wurm had a hit and an RBI.
ing streak Thursday night going 1-for- up three earned runs on Reeves. Imamura took the, loss for
in Tallahassee, shutting with two three hits and four walks But Goodson got out of the jam by Chipola, giving up six earned runs
out the Lincoln High Tro- walks and. two RBIs, with with seven strikeouts, getting Nalleli Lopez to ground to short- on five hits and four walks in one in-
jans 3-0. Austin Torbett adding two Marianna will next go on stop for a 6-4-3 double play to end the ning, with de Vries pitching five in-
Reid Long pitched a hits as well and Tyler Col- the road Tuesday to take game. nings and allowing two earned runs
complete-game shutout son and Kody Bryan pick- on the. Rutherford Rams Dixon was 2-for-3 with a run and four on two hits and two walks with two
for the Bulldogs, holding ing up a hit and scoring a before coming back home' RBIs, with Day going 2-for-3 with two strikeouts.
the Trojans to three hits run each. Thursday to take on the
while walking two batters Trent Nobles also had Sneads Pirates at 3 p.m.
and striking out seven, an RBI for Marianna arid The Bulldogs will finish NF
Marianna scored a run in Hampton Jordan scored a the week Saturday at home
the top of the third inning run. against the Blountstown E a-sreleta tingi
and two more in the sixth Jordan Curtis, Graham Tigers at noon.

receiver DeSean Jackson
The Associated Press any gang," Jackson said in a statement.
I am not a gang member and to specu-
PHILADELPHIA Unable to find a late and assume that I am involved in
taker on the trade market, the Philadel- such activity off the field is reckless and
phia Eagles Friday released dynamic irresponsible. I work very hard on and
wide receiver DeSean Jackson. off the field and I am a good person with
Jackson was coming off a career-best good values,
season in Philadelphia, leading the "I am proud of the accomplishments
team with 82 catches for 1,332 yards that I have made both on and off the
and nine touchdowns. He had a $10.25 field. I have worked tirelessly to give
million contract for the 2014 season and back to my community and have a posi-
was signed through 2016. tive impact on those in need. It is unfor-
'After careful consideration over this tunate that I now have to defend myself
offseason, the Philadelphia Eagles and my intentions. These reports are ir-
have decided to part ways with De- responsible and just not true."
Sean Jackson," the Eagles said in a Jackson has 356 career receptions for
statement. 6,117 yards -nd 32 touchdowns. He's a
SJackson thanked the Eagles organi- dangerous returner who went to the Pro
zation and fans in his own statement Bowl in 2009 after taking two punts the
Friday, and also denied "unfounded re- distance. Jackson has four career scores
ports" that he was released for off-field on punt returns, including the memora-
issues. ble 65-yard game-ending return to cap a
"I would like to make it very clear that comeback win over the NewYork Giants
I am not and never have been part of in 2010.

The Jackson County School Board has called for the holding of a referendum
election to determine if the electors in the Jackson County Florida School
District will approve the levy of a one-half cent sales surtax.
The school board tax referendum election will be a Mail Ballot Election
with an election date of May 6, 2014.
All active registered voters will receive a ballot by mail for this election.
It is extremely important that we have your current residential and
mailing address on file so that you will receive your ballot.
Equally important is that if your signature has changed significantly,
you need to update it since the signature on your mail ballot certificate
envelope will be compared to the one we have on file.
Please notify the Supervisor of Elections' office immediately at 482-9652 or
stop by the office at 2851 Jefferson Street in Marianna, to make changes to
your record.
Monday, April 7, 2014, is the deadline to register to vote in this election
if you are not currently registered to vote in Jackson County.

Sylvia D. Stephens, Supervisor of Elections, Jackson County


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No. 1 Florida advances to Final Four

The Associated Press come only the fourth 11 seed to
advance to the Final Four. The
MEMPHIS, Tenn. The Flyers had upset Ohio State and
Florida Gators are first yet Syracuse in reaching their first
again this season. regional final since 1984. They
Scottie Wilbekin scored 14 of missed their second Final Four
his 23 points in the first half, and and first since 1967 with Flori-
Florida became the first team to da holding them to their lbwest
advance to the Final Four with scoring game this season.
a 62-52 win Saturday night over The Flyers outshot Florida
the 11th-seeded Dayton Flyers 39.6 percent (19 of 48) to 37.5
in the South Region final. percent (18 of 48), but the Gar
The Gators reached their fifth tors outrebounded them 37-26.
Final Four after losing at this They also had a massive edge
point in each of the past three at the free throw line (21 of 28)
NCAA tournaments. This time, compared to Dayton (6 of 8).
they came in as the country's Florida finished the first half
top-ranked team and the over- on a 15-1 run to take the lead
all No. I seed. for good, going up 38-24. The
Florida won its 30th straight Flyers opened the second half
game and improved to 36-2, with two quick 3s to pull within
topping the 35 wins by the eight, only to watch the Gators
2007 national championship push their lead to 17.with 11:35
squad. left on a layup byYoung.
PatricYoungscored 12 points, The Flyers kept coming but
and Michael Frazier II added couldn't get closer than eight
10 for Florida. The Gators will in the second half, the last at
play either UConn or Michigan 58-50.
State in Arlington, Texas, in the Dayton missed chances to
national semifinal. cut the lead as Oliver missed,
Dyshawn Pierre led the Flyers a 3-pointer with 2:07 left, then
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS (26-11) with 18 points. Devin Scoochie Smith threw it away
Florida forward Dorian Finney-Smith (10) looks to pass as Dayton guard Scoochie Smith (11) looks on during the East Oliver added 12 points. trying to pass out to Matt'
Regional final of the NCAA tournament Saturday in Memphis, Tenn. Dayton came in trying to be- Kavanaugh.

Kentucky takes down Louisville
The Associated Press the mark. points for Virginia, which utes. His 3-pointer gave
Jordan McRae scored 24 became the second No. seventh-seeded UConn a
MIDWEST REGION to lead the 11th-seededVols. 1 seed to be eliminated, 49-32 lead,
INDIANAPOLIS OK, EAST REGION joiningWichita State. The Cyclones rallied late,
so maybe they're not the Michigan St.61 These were the first pulling within 67-63 with
quickest learners. Still, the aNCAA tournament games 2 minutes remaining.
kids at Kentucky figured Virginia 59 played at Madison Square But senior Niels Giffey
out Louisville just in time. 'NEWYORK Branden Garden since 1961. hit a 3 in the corner for
Aaron Harrison hit a Dawson had 24 points and his first points since the
3-pointer for the go-ahead 10 rebounds and Michi- game's opening moments,
score with 39 seconds gan State beat top-seeded 0 81 and when the Huskies
left and Julius Randle Virginia on Friday night to Iowa State 76 (29-8) made their free
made a pair of clutch free advance to East Regional NEWYORK DeAndre throws in the final minute,
throws to lift the fantastic final. Daniels scored 26 poin the UConn fans packing
freshman of Kentucky to Michigan State over- 18 in the second half, and could celebrate.
a 74-69 victory over their came a horrible start to UConn held off Iowa Statecelebrate.
in-state rivals run this the second half and then on Friday to reach the career-high 34 points for Kentucky's Alex Poythress (22) and Julius Randle celebrate
Few expected a ruson this withstooda late run by East Regional final a year hird-seeded owa State after the NCAA Midwest Regional semifinal game against
deep as this season played the Cavaliers (30-7) to after the Huskies were Louisville on Saturday in Indianapolis.
out and Kentucky's five advance to the regional barred fromthe NCAA (28-8).
freshmen starters strug- finals for the eighth time tournament.
gled to play a team game. since 1985 all under Daniels hit his first six
But they've been learning coach Tom Izzo. shots after halftime, the
slowly. Trailing by seven Joe Harris and Malcolm only Husky to make a field
with 4% minutes left, Brogden both had 17 goal for over 8V2 min-
things kicked in again.
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1 Lake Seminole the shallows and there are Lake Andrews/
Turu ntin not r e Bass fishing is good. abundant pre-spawn fish Chattahoochee River
Spawning fish remain on holding in adjacent areas. Nice-sized stripers and
T here's something scary about the beds and main-lake Largemouths may be hybrids continue to school
a springtime turkey season, sandbars hold numerous taken now using a variety sporadically near the An-
something that spooks me a staging fish. Sight fishing of lures and presentations. drews Dam. They are quite
little. You know, one of those this-ain't- is the best tactic at present Spinnerbaits, paddle-tail active at present. Pearl-
quite-right feelings. Maybe that's the and slowly fishing Texas- worms, small swimbaits, colored or white Shad
reason I've never done a lot of turkey rig lizards in and around and Texas-rig lizards are Bodies fished on V2-ounce
hunting. bedding areas can pay off. said to be productive right leadheads are said to be
Don't get me wrong. I'm aware the Baits with a green hue are now. Sight-fishing in shal- the best baits in the swift
pursuit of the noble Meleagris Gallopa- Bobr 1-Tay recommended. On the low-water spots may be tailwaters.
vo is a worthy and exciting pastime. I sandbars, swimbaits in productive. There are even Largemouths are reason-
agree with the turkey-hunting "ad- Outdoors Columnist natural baitfish color pat- a few post-spawn bass to ably active up the creeks
dicts" out there who preach that there terns are producing. Look be caught from brushpiles north of the dam and
is little that compares to the challenge stopped in midair, reversed direc- for this pattern to con- and like structure near several nice bass have
and thrill of calling and bagging a big tion, and leapt upward out of the hole, tinue for the next couple the spawning areas. In come from the tailwaters
old gobbler. The matching of wits with feet never touching the ground or the of weeks. general, bass fishing is recently. Tailwater large-
one of the planet's wariest creatures snake. Crappies have "turned in a typical early spring mouths are best targeted
is indeed very exciting. Trouble is, it Sounds unbelievable, I know, but I on" according to most pattern, with conditions with live shiners. Lightly
somehow makes me feel a little eerie bought the story. Snakes, more than reports. Concentrations subject to change on a weighted Texas-rig lizards
doing it in the spring of the year. any other critter, motivate human ac- are shallow and fish will daily or even hourly basis may produce up the
Perhaps it just somehow feels a little tivities that often defy logic, and gravity. readily take live minnows, at times. creeks right now.
unnatural toting a shotgun in March A fellow outdoor writer once wrote Individual size is fair to Crappies are good right Shellcrackers and blue-
or April. Admittedly, I'm much more that springtime turkey hunting, for : good. now. Fish shallow up the gills are still moderately
comfortable with a fishing rod in my him, is a "pure, magical experience." I Bream fishing has really creeks with minnows and active up the creeks, but
hand when the leaf buds on the trees agree. The magic involves every living picked up. Bluegills and jigs and troll jigs along the there has been a slow-
begin opening. I also happen to prefer and nonliving thing within range of shellcrackers are very drop-offs and creek chan- down over the past few
sauntering along a beaten path looking one's sensory perception changing active at present and bed- nels for the best results. days. There are signsthat
at wildflowers, butterflies, and song- from its original form into a snake. That ding activity is reported. Catfish are fair to good, the redbreasts may be
birds this time of year. includes everything from tiny lizards Catfish are said to be particularly late in the af- picking up, however.
That's it in a nutshell. The beaten that dart across one's bootinstep to na- good along river channels temoon on flats adjacent Crappie fishing is slow.
path. I don't particularly like veering tive azaleas or the like that brush their and on flats adjacent to to the river channel.
from well-wom woodland thruways leaves lightly against an earlobe in a channel areas. Live shin- Hybrids are generally Generation schedules, pool levels,
when the weather warms. You see, morning breeze. ers and bream are produc- slow, but some catches and other such information for
there are other critters besides turkeys I personally experienced the latter tive baits. are reported in scattered area waterways may be obtained
stirring during springtime. example of this "magic" once while La Eufaula locations by calling toll-free 1-888-771-4601.
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For instance, when I'm squirrel hunt- trying to photograph a big gobbler Bream activity is slowly and access the touch-tone for the
ing in December or January, sitting qui- called in by my hunting partner. He Bass are spawning in increasing. Apalachicola River System.
etly with my back against a comfortable had expertly and patiently worked the
tree, a rustling of dry leaves normally bird for almost an hour. As I prepared 5) Ba-Zin-Ga 58.5-57.5
conjures up images of such innocu- to trigger my camera, a 12-inch sprig 6) James Gang 56.5-59.5
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hunting. Not that I particularly fear causing the Nikon's auto-wind to erupt 8) Pacers 52-68 W-L
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t 2008 Grand Junction Hyundai 2009 Sonata GLS 4dr.,sedan-Camel Nissan2013 Atima, under warranty, like new,
SWANTED: MATURE, 5th wheel RV, 39ft., Pearl color, 41k miles., bought new, garage $200 down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-
Luxury model 35TMS kept, one owner, brand new tires, excellent 714-0028.
DEPENDABLE, BUSINESS-MINDED, exe. cond., 3 slides, condition, very clean. Price-$13,000- 334-687-
N AER CARRIERS King MBR, 2 AC's, 5914 or 334-355-0505. Toyota 2008 Scion: Gunmetal grey. Runs great!
NEWSPAPER CARRIERS H$27,000 Mechanically sound, 6 cyl. AT. 2-dr. Coupe,
OBO, 334-774-9060 Lexus 2012 RX350: Sharp! 110,000 mi. but if you know Toyota's, that is
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cott ndale 2parking, assist, push- lowering kit, tinted windows, spoiler. Ideal
2008 Outback Sydney Edition 32 ft. button start,SmartAccess, for someone wanting a cool, SPORTY ride!
Earn an average of Travel Trailer, Series M-32BHDS, sleeps 10, backup camera, heated/ PERFECT for any single guy or girl! Will defi-
New roof, new awning, excellent interior, ventilate front seats, tire pressure monitor- nitely get you noticed! $7,200. 334-596-1065.
9 0 0 $16,500.00, To see, call 334-796-7211 ing. 1 owner lease vehicle, clean car fax and
wheel, triple slide, artic Lincoln 2003 Towncar lic gray, like new, 1-owner,
prep, awnings on slide white with vinyl top, smoke/pet free blue
per month packaw aher/dyer Caier Edin: perl bought and servie sdlocally,
outs, 2-dual air, loaded, 152k miles tooth/hand free screen, and
BE YOUR OWN BOSS 3 A.M. to 1 P.M. oak cabinets, $22,000 $7,500 many additional options, 40K
Must have dependable transportation, exc. cond 989-513-1008 cell Call 850-573-2145 miles $18,795.Call 334-494-2892
minimum liability insurance & valid (call or text) Avail min.time FSBO Lincoln 2005 Towncar Signature:
driver's license. M S excellent condition, garage kept, new brakes,
original owner, have maintenance record, 66k 2002 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic:
Come by and fill out Bid at the 2001 Bounder 37ft. miles, $9,495. Call for appt. 334-479-0099 Garage kept, nice bike, 24,000 miles. Two-tone
Co7t blan, 34 51K mi. 300hp,or 334-596-5098
Jackson County oridan, Turbo Diesel, 6 sp. Lincoln 2008 MKZ: white, chrome wheels, moon 334-7945296 334-5965098
4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna, FL Allison 300 mh auto roof, heated/cooled seats, 60k miles, originalustom
trans. 7.5 generator, owner, very clean. $14,900. Call 334-494-3347
2-slides, W/D, lots of extras w/ 1997 Honda cool blue pearl & vivid black, garage kept,
CRV tow car w/all tow connections (could be ncolnMrcury Tracer 1991 with 44K miles 11Kmiriving lights, passeng back rest,
included) 334-792-0552 Serious nq ONL original miles, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue luggage rack, quick release windshield,
included) 334-792-0552 Serious Inq. ONLY!! matalic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-701-0010. anit-theft system with /pager, cruise pegs, oil
HOUS- Ul RISH; E Allegro 200133ft. dbl. slides, 41,000 miles, pressure gauge, dust cover included
2-AC's, Omar Generator, Ford Chassie & V-10 Mercury 2006 Grand Marquis, low miles, must334-598-0061
S bri 2- car garage, covered front & motor, $32,900. 334-797-4777 or 334-797-5342. sell, $200 down, $199 per month call Ron Ellis Absolte st see to appreciate
S_ 334-714-0028. Absolutely must see to appreciate
back Porch, but $9. Gulfstrean 1999 Sunsport: 31ft, 35k miles, slide 334-71 You will not be disappointed
Ca 8 o 504*61965 out, 2 new AC, new satellite, new awning, new Nissan 1985 300 ZX Turbo Looks and runs like
3BR/1BA 4183 Myles St Marianna $400. mo, roof, electric jack, Generac generator, Ford V10 new. This car has been WELL MAINTAINED and Harley 2009 Davidson Sportster 1200C:
$300. dep.44-694-5053770-335-663 motor $19,500. Call 334-470-9407 will pass ANYTHING on the road. Removable T- excellent condition, metallic red, 6000miles,
$300.dep.404-694-50530-33-6563 Pace Arrow 1999 Ford V1, 35 ft. Leveling Tops ready for summer. Heads always turn I LED turn signals and stop lights, windshield,
SAustin Tyler & Co Jacks, back up camera, runs good, 86K miles, that has been told to grw up. Car ispassengers back rest and luggage rack,
Quality Homes & Apartments Good tires, New battery, awning. and IT IS SUP R tUICKo Loves curves and I garage kept. $7,295 Call 334-671-8671 or 334-
S850- 526-3355 or $12,500. OBO 334-333-1291 sticks the corners like only aZ can. 5 seed910984
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" transmission. $6,200. For more info. 333-6510
MO:uL E HOMES FI O RET l i Nissan 2003 Altima 2.5S, 4-cylinder, automatic, Sportster 1200 -
S2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes n Cottondale. all power Burgundy in olor newengine, 8,500 miles, lots of extras.
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. B 334-797-7420. Asking $4,5 2011 Toyota Camry Nissan 2005 Alima Call 334-796-8817
Only $57. to turn on power 850-209M847 4 Beautiful 1 owner lease 2.5S with only 27000 miles!
Has spent it's life in the SiIlver in color and SUPER Kawasald 2009 Vulcan 1700 Classic limited
2 &3BRMobileHome South. Like new Michelin CLEAN! Locally owned 4100 miles, exc. cond. 1-owner $6500.
in Maianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 tires. Beautiful light green. with a clean Carfax! $14,995. Call 334.445.1460 334-796-4437 No Calls after 8:30
Only 19,472 miles. $17,700. Call Stephen before a
2BR-1BA Fum. MH, CH/A, no pets/smoking, it's gone! 334.435.3344.
doen .Rdtion Alredy 2 traiCADILLAC 1991 Brougham, under 15 thousand
$450 + dep. current credit report ly lease req. CADILLAC 1991 Brougham, under 15 thousandG
182 Aford Rd C'dale 850-638-4620/38-65 miles, garage kept $5,500 OBO 334-687-9161
Cadillac 1998 Deville: cold AC, 74k miles, serv- .
qiri. atr A l Al in ced regular, nice car $3,495. Call 334-792-8018
-4 nw sii or 334-792-8827
3BR 2BA MH in Sneads, apppl. included 8 Chevrolet 1997 single cab
$450/mo $450 dep. w/no pets, stepside. Very rare with 5
850 dP wno9 a t speed OD sandard; 350 V8,
850-482-5449 factory sunroof, AC, tilt,
3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. cruise, PW, PDL w/remote,
NO PETS. CH&A. dual exhaust, sliding rear
Starting at $500 per month window, AM/FM/CD, new tires, shocks. Black
Call 850-258-1594 exterior, burgandy inside. Body and paint and
If no answer please leave message. inside good. No rust. Looks, runs and drives
great. 150K miles. $5,995. Owner is located in
Marianna area 2/2 Mbl. Hm. in park CH&A Dothan 334-671-3059.
water, sewage No Pets or Smoking Ref. Req. Chrysler 1999 Sebring JX5 Convertible, 139,000
1st. & last $500. mo. 850-4828333 miles, engine great condition, some light body
Small Quiet Faily Oriented Park 1, 2 & 3BR damage, $2200. Call 334-596-2653 after 4pm.
M's for Rent ncludes water,'garbage, Ford 1989 Escort: 4 door, blue, runs good, 130k
wn care, No Pets 85592-1639 miles, new battery, good tread on tires, power
Very Clean 3B2BA for family of4 steering, $1,000 Call 334-886-3012
SVery clean. Water, sewage, garbage and yard Mustang 1989 GT Complelety rebuilt from op
care provided. No smokers, no pets. to bottom, stainless steelp exhaust, sunroof
$50 + deposit. Call: 85-718-815 8. Paid $10,242. for parts, SELLING FOR $4500.
For more details Call: 334-648-1789.
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160 acres in Jackson County onpo pass bankruptcy
Ernest Granger Rd. $2600. per ac. SLOWCREDIT K -SSI&VA OK
For details 334-701-656565. Honda 2011 Accord, 4 Door Sedan, very well
equipped, great gas mileage, best car on the
E FR S road, $250 down, $250 per month. Call Steve
Hatcher 334-791-8243.
2 Houses with Lots for Sale Sneads
Owner financing Available.
Call 850-592-5571

4BR/2BA Palm Harbor Mobile Home
Well Kept! Built in 2000 and only 1 owner.
Must be moved. Asking $33,000 OBO.
Call Rob Michalowsld 734-255-0163 :
or Mary Coleman 850-272-2282 or.

Bass Catcher: Beautiful 18' Procraft bass boat Residential & Commercial Panhandle Concrete,
with 150 Merc. Completely rebuilt and in excel- R&avis Jones Phillip aizotte
lent condition. Already trained to catch.the.bit Lawn Service 30+ Years Experience Tree Removal Tree Trimming
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gine, galvanized trailer-
new tires, all in very good
condition, 2 live well box- D. Stephens Concrete Services, LLC ,
es, 4 new seats, new Humminbird fish. finder
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motorstainless steel prop, Cell 830-853SO35 Dewey Stephens Cell: 850-643-1723 Big Or Small Jobs WELCOME
color fish finder, Load Mas- 6-T
ter aluminum trailer, 12 gallon gas tank, Motor
Guide 54 Ib thrust electric motor, built in tackle NEW a USED TIRES
boxes, $8700, 334-774-3474 Cell 334-791-1074
Rhino 2009 Boat md#V176 & all aluminum, UEW IJ.I,"WEETI IPRICE81 "Beautification of Your Home"
17 ft. 6", loaded, 70 hp. Suzuki, 3 seats, Carpentry/Painting Installations
Minnkota Hummingbird, boat is like new, less T lRIPLE Furniture Repair & Refinishing
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7CHarley Davidson 2012
Triglide Ultra Classic,
custom 2-tone blue, riders
seat back, luggage rack, Ann Jones
LED tail lights, travel pack Ann Jones
light conversion, zumo Owner/Broker, REALTOR
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passenger arm rest, highway foot pegs, cover, 4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446 Call Us For All Your
great touring machine $29,000. 334-464-0380. (850) 526-2891 Real Estate Needs
Honda 2007 ST1300 Sport Tourer: 1740 miles, Each 0ft is OindependendRe Owned and Operated
excellent condition $8000. Call 334-692-3469 SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER 3/2 Brick home close
to town in Marianna.
Debbie Ronev Smith, Realtor Fenced backyard with a
850-209-8039 screened back porch just
so&ri 2006 1 Fod 200 othe ight size for relaxing : s .
Ford 2006 debbie ce or entertaining. Home is located on Meadowview Road, close to schools.
Expedition Voted College, shopping and hospital. This updated home is just the right size * *
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system, 2nd Marianna. Short 4/3 Home in Camellia Acres updated
drive to sho ing. Subdivision, a beautiful Adult
row captain, 2/2 1997 SW H in Community. This home has a
sunroof, towing pkq. $9,000, 334-740-0525 luiet neiqhborhood. beautiful landscaped yard with
Nissan 2011 Pathfinder, Great Family SUV, with njoy outsie living in a deckand the quiet neighborhood
the park like setting Split floor plan with Large Master Bed and Bath and Three large Bedrooms with two on large half
3rd row seating, fully loaded, low mileage, in our very own full baths. Formal Dining Room and Breakfast Area. Kitchen custom cabinets. Marble d.
plenty of room for all. $300 Down, $350 per back rd. Motivated Fireplace and Built-in Book Shelves. Perfect home for entertaining. So many beautiful acre yard.
month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. Seller! things with the beautiful home. $282,000 and considering all Offers. MLSO 247640 4341 Southwood Dr. Marianna $85,000 MLS# 249485
Toyota 2010 4Runner LTD Black.Going by KBB MLS# 248997 $44,900 MOTVATE SELLER 4 Brick
vehicle is in very good condition. 55,000 miles 4/2 home located home is move in ready with many Remodeled
insid o the city limits houpdate is and nve eady with ary
and has had only one owner. Fully loaded LTD of Mrinn. Close to Master suite with aste r bath 3 R/25BA
edition, minus built in GPS. $25,000.Serious schools& shoppi Great and beautiful tiled walking shower. Sp h /
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This can be a short sole the large deck that goes acmossthe backof the home. tice neighborhood -just waiting foryou and
opprtunity, lender said yor family. Workshop that has lots of room and electricity. Go by and see this beautiful home on on 20 acres
Che ole they are waiting for is McCall Lane in Marianna. MLS# 249507 With lots of
Chevrolet 2002 Avalanche white, 2-wheel drive, an offer
V-8 engine, recently rebuilt transmission, MLS# 248911 $120,000 Character gives this extras including a 200+/- tree pecan orchard. 1336
$3450. OB 850-258-3148. Custom Built 3/2 newer hom. older home in Graceville McKeown, (hattahoochee $268,000 MLS# 249001
built In 2008 with over 2500 sf its charm! This well
on over 1 acre. Split bedr. m maintained home has
floor plan. Great room wiAh a large yard and is very
wood buming fireplace,high convenient to the College and Businesses of Graceville. This 3/2 home is 4BR/2.5BA
ceilings & recess lighting, custom ready for you to call it home. The roof was completely replaced in 2011!
kitchen.Archilecruml Shingles, Bedrooms are large with plenty of space. All of the appliances! Call today to Brick Home
gutners, hardi board siding. Plus set an appointmentto see this beautiful, and affordable home. MLS# 247421
Chevy 2013 Silverado LT 6,000k miles, 2 wh.dr., so much mom reright across
fully loaded, white, extended cab, $27,900 firm, MLS# 248516 $239,900 from the
334-687-7702 HOMES FOR LEASE Country life in a 2002
built 2000 square foot
Ford 2001 F150 Supercrew Lariat: 4 door, 2I ljust outside Cyprss $500. per month Need stove & refrig 1300 Manufactured home on Baptist College. 5417 College Dr. Graceville
Ss locafed on 0.75 AC. Paved Rd. apx. 4 acres on a paved
5.4 Automatic, all power, black, runs great. road a great place to $77,900 MLS# 249127
$7,300 OBO. Call 334-797-7420. 2/1 in it lmis of Marianne. Carport, close to college & hospitoal.
New flooring & Paint $575. monthl. Includes all appliances even live! Located in North Jackson Countyclosetothe AlabamaState Line
Toyota 2010 Tacoma washer & dryer. No smoking No pets this home is in a perfect spot for those who travel between Mariann ae utiful
washer dr. No smoking No pe and Dothan. Call today and let us show you this beautiful home. Priced
SR5 White, 2 wheel 3/2 DW M on 2 acres, new metal roof. Comer location East of to sell, owner says bring all offers. MLS# 248922 unique, older
drive, 4 door V6, tov Marianna on Lawrence Rd. $650. per month. home located
package, new Michelin 1995 DW Mbile Home
tires, Excellent condi- Pat Furr 1995 W Mobile Home in downown
tion. 46,000 miles. $22,800. Call 334-693-4987 or Realtor on 1.26 acres. 3/2 home
796-5919 850.209.8071 with large living/dining C h y. area and a large family F e at u ri n g room with fireplace. Open Kitchen with lots of cabinets. Laundry 3BR/3BA, over 3,000 sqt heated/ooled on 1+ ae lot.
room with extra storage. Great for family or for Investment. ther 3B 3BA, over 3,000 sqf heatd/cooled on + acre lot.
_oo Fld ho, d a L a MH Lots adjacent that may be available for more income. 646 2nd Street, Chipley$144,000 MLS# 249214
YOUR TOW ING NEEDS! ,., o -hoe Springs Platatio is Bring your
eeon w/ u~ ~ ewv d. located close to the BEAUTIFU
1 1BA.,mo eBlue Springs State Park, pe!s and
Merritt's Mill Pond and Lake
AUTO BODY & RECYCLING Seminole. These lots would n this
A UTo BODY D c NR NO MIS# 249502 $33,000 be a PERFECT Place to build this
PA NG TOP DOLLAR FOR JUNK CARS Beautiful, quiet setting for a home and enjoy the Peace and tranquility Marianna has to offer. An established acre
Contct J on H at 334-791-2624 love 3eom/2th Subdivision Blue Springs Plantation isa growing community with homes already built
Contact Jason Harg r at 334-791-2624 n lhome n ndscopd os. The and occupied. It has a Public water system, Underground Utilities, Phone, Sewer and
sceenedb bacri h onsor te arened Paved roads. Several Lots available to choose from. Located on Blue Springs Highway.
backyid tilled w/nalue. Noe mtal roof,
30. x24' okrso io, e ci ga v 3BR/2BA mobile home. 5488 Blue Springs Rd.
t orhed o ihome, paved diewsy, Large family room, Marianna $59,000 MLS# 249305
ArOT P Ioom/os=ie acoenie living and dining .... .
FOR JUNK VEHICLES MLS# 249481 $74,000. rooms. Seller is ready
Quant 3ed /2Bth Easy to look at all ofersMove in
Care Home in nice, quiet sefng and help a buyer fulfil r e a d
CeALSO 5e oas baui in 0 nd offers their dream of owning a home
ALSO SELL USED PARTS cobine h id counter home! Newer stove and refrigerator. Allowance for a new stove
tos, nine tleeilings, iled blsr, .wo pick it out yourself! Beautiful patio with a gardening shed for 2
INVITATO ING TO 334-792-8D L 2m ineaontcer and corin si i eol rou all your tools. Small fenced area for children or pets. Don't miss 2BR f0
Snd vinA nsidin and woell ri. call out on the fantastic price fer this b4eautiful home MLS# 240529

Got a Clunker MIS# 248451 $139,500 eautiful well maintained on bea utiful
We'lI be your unker Fine Looking 3Bed meoe/mbi 1910 Historic Home in
Home Iitooed in ik. yporie, Adull Bonifay. It has 5 bedrooms 23.05 acres. 6334 Stonefield Dr. Marianna
We buy wrecked cars ho e' linrg, yrir and 3 baths, 6 fireplacs $259,000 MLS# 249346
andsFarm Equip. at a d o ,periekno and huge rooms. The 249346
bw/l e-h & or mY r- rniiyl.,, a ceilings are approx. 12 feet high. It also features a large detached 2 car
dyfair and honest price! f 6. f g &. G inR ba IDpo-h h garage (30x40) but for your convenience there is an attached carport at
250 & t Conmplete Cars dliur roF* & the front porch. The seller is very motivated and is open to eal offers. Make
MI# 249077 s ;i 400er0eom ished an loc an aoot. to see thi home now. 250000 M 249141
BCALL 3347 14o6285 Small 2/i home iner
Br l b, o d ad - Ed CMcCoy, Realtor Blountstown. Nice area
at3:00Py.ealtor C..of town and convenient to Sub. That
Cell.(850) 573-6198 everything! This s a great
www, starter home. Fenced e
n in rmccoyot relo com yard and carport. Too cute to pass up. Very affordable at $62,000 with
ya m payments that will be lower than rent! Don't pss this up. MLS# 249218 great starter home or rental 3039 ier
S0 Rd. Marianna $57,000 MLS# 249423
4 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Home
CARYVILLE Quite with large fenced yard, This listing
country living in the spacious screened porch, workshop, inciudes a
ranch slyle home on 6.43 deck with hot tub and a HUGE GARAGE
LEGALn NOTIClE S acres, metal born, lrge beautiful poonl! Ready for a with very nice
building nd stcked pond. are day of relaxation enjoy your with very nice
LF16418ildinglarge family room plant a garden lay by the pool work in your workshop. 1 B R / B A
INVITATION TO BID MLS# 249473 $165,000. Everything is there and ready for you! Don't miss out on this home! It won't last apartment and
CITY OF MARIANNA SNEADS Excellent parcel long. Priced to sell at $149,900. MLS# 249307
for bhung, forming on build your This, well maintained 3 vacant residential lot, all on 1.25 acres. 644 5th St. (hipley
NOTICE is hereby given to all interested per- dreom home. Large natural pond, Bedroom 2 Bath has a $249,000 MLS# 249501
sons or firms that sealed bids will be accepted dered land for forming and nice lot of charm. It has been .....................................................................
by the Marianna City Clerk at the Marianna building ote. Al on 68 acres. kitchen was updated, has
City Hall located at.2898 Green Street, Marian- a dishwasher, and is the home located
na, Florida 32446 until 3:00 P.M. C.S.T. on Fri- MLS# 249430 I $155,000. highlight of this home, along with many otherfeatures. The roof was replaced
day, April 4,2014, for the bsfollowing item: bCGRAND RIDGE-Gret min 2012 ad the Central Air and Heat unit is only about 3yrs. old. Formal Dining 1
C ITand Living area, Office/Computer Room, and a great workhop garage that is Chase Sub.
vocaion/fishing camper with roof 2420 in sie. In a quiet and relaxing area of Greenwood, but not too far from ose
BID NUMBER: PW 03-14 over comes fuinished and located town and shopping. $89,900 MLS# 249169 Home has
Ocheesse with private boot romp Completely renovated and
access ofor a yead lfo fe. ooks brand new inside!
Bids illbe opened and read aloud in the City New appliances, beautiful and open floor plan with 2156 sqf. 2970 Chase Way,
idof Marianna, City Commission Meetaing Rtiom ML# 248959o $25,000. hordwood flo rs, unique
ofM rrann i oMBONIFAY You will be hardwood lors, unique Maorianna o $199,500 MLS# 249469
at 3:00 P.M. C.S.T. on Friday, April 4, 2014. design. Open ceilings
at 3:00 P.M.C.S.T. on Friday, April 4, 2014. amzed tthe spce in thi tom were popular in the 60s and is buier added 4"inslated panels to keep it............
built house with many spedl economical for heating and cooling. Patio area perfect forentertaining and family Very ne
Specifications may be obtained from the Public feotures located on 24.5 acres wh fun. This homn: has character that gives it charm! $215,000 MLS# 248150 4-BR/2B
Works Director's Office at City Hall between 2 pond. AIthe rooms are overized home
the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:30 P.M. Monday and ied eiling. Interstate10 and Hwy 77 Indian Springs
EXIT Fuel/Convenience
MLS# 249202 $289,000. store in excellent location Sub.
IMPOeRANT m MARIANNAr "hftoareogoion
hos mony es, build your dreom 77 beach access traffic, home is very
homein the middle of the 21 ocre for 2000 square foot of retail space and two fuel islands are ready for
Quotations SHALL_ be submitted in a sealed er- piwrvy, hob same wet oees but taol an enterprising operator. Property is in the county where alcohol sales Sp aious with an open floo a plon and high ceilings. 5190
velope marked: mokes wildlife obundant AddiHonol are possible seven days a week. Over 6000 vehicles pass this location ubhouse Dr. Marianna $ 65,000 MLS# 249.i7
aereege dvailable, toll Ed MFoy. 85-Onl MLS# 248836 u a
SEAiDOUOT and identified by the NAME OF .
THE FIRM. NAME OF THE OUOTE along with Nice and Quiet 2/2 Mobile
the DATE AND TIME OF OPENING. -GRAND RIDGE- well Home on just enough land home induding
built home hs large living/dining to have a garden or enjoy formal living
s irooms with hrdwod flooring, 3 being in the country.
A list of bidders and award notice will be pubo bedrooms, goroge and corport, Within 10 miles to downtown Manionna. Very well kept and has chain and dining
licly announced at the next regular meeting of Cmall fithing pond end MORE! link fencing around property. Great investment! Call for an appointment, room and large
the City of Marianne City Commissioners fol- Great counhy living on 80 oret. ONL 9 MLS# family room.
lowing the bid acceptance date if possible. Bid Mo # 248677. $249,000.
award will be made to the best bidder, but the CHIPLEY -Well mainisoined very-nice 3/2 2004 Beautiful partially fenced backyard for your pets! 1034 8th
right is reserved to reject any or all bids. home with open floor plan gives Cavelier Mobile HomeAe, Graeville $95e000 MS 248759
you plenty of spoce. Vety nie located very close to town
CITY OF MARIANNA CITY COMMISSION updale kitchen, lorge den/sun and approximatety /8.
room, carport with stonge, yard landing at Merritts Mill Pynd. Some iepairs needed. Property is very private
building and seme ptivay fendng. and the only home on this road. Just walk down the road to Meritts Mill Pond r
Priced AS IS which makes ita very good deal on this home. MLS# 248807 4 BR /o2n B A

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS bedroom, 2 both mobile home Blot Springs Highway Lake. Enjoy
with comforable Itg sprce and a 1 Acre Lot on Old U S Hwy north of Hwy 162 $10,000
bloak garage with concrete floors. 10 Beautiful Acres on River Road near Lake Seminole $40,000 bre8thking
City of Marianna Honditcp accessible. Propeory 10 Acne Tract off Blocker Road $35,000 vies of the lake and ofternata sunsets fom your awn hock
located on pined rood. ,5 Acres off Sweat Pond Road $22,000
2898wgrene Stree.Maia nnaFL3244 MLS# 248240 $59,900. 1 Acre Comer lot on paved mad in Compass Lake $6,000 porch. 423 Lakeshore Dr. Alford $450,000 MLS# 249097

Project; Sunland Pool Lift Station Rehabilitation
The city of Marianna hereby requests bids for
the rehabilitation of pumps, piping, and electri-
cal of the Sunland Pool Lift Station.
Plans, specifications, and proposed contract 9 ,
documents are available upon payment of $40
(non-refundable) for each set from Alday-
Howell Engineering, Inc., located at 2860 Hwy
71 N. Ste B, Marianna, FL. For more informa-
tion, call Joseph Alday, P.E., 850-526-2040.
Three copies of sealed bid marked "Lift Station
Rehab" must be received by 2pm (CST) on April
14th at the City of Marianna Clerk's Office,
Attn: Kim Applewhite, 2898 Green Street, Ma-
rianna, FL 32446. Immediately following the
deadline, all bids will be opened and read
publically in the City Commission Room.
The owner reserves the right to waive any I I
informalities or to reject any or all bids. Equal I
.]opportunity employer/handicap accessible. CLASSIFIEDS Jackson County Floridan Sunday, March 30, 2014- 9 B

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Cresh Harison, Broker 85482-1700 o 0. ) 5s 2 .1-2.o loi Real Estate Needs S
Stacy Borges, Realtor 850573-1990 SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER ,,ant to B r 0c5 nhme s i it
on 2 acres in town! Master
J ulie lesR e ltor 8 33435w Su udpr bdrm/th upg ade, laminate .* .c
Jle Moesr Realtor 5ing downstairs, new carpet upstairs. Home has 8 4 *
a 35-yr. shingle root, dbl-
Ouida Morrs insul windows, and a wood I I.AcH **
COMPLET EY R nEM L 4 /.5 houming fireplace. Nicely landscaped yard. A 20x40 shop on concrete floor. Too
Brickhomew 1532 sqo Updtes REALTOR many extras to mention! Price at $249,000 MLS #248593
include paintn wood & c5pO0Og Broker/Owner
floors, electrical wiring, plumbing. sQ hs---1716't home has a new
roo & well Updated bathrooms 850-209-4705 roof, heat pump, windows,
and eat in hdtchen, new cabinets, hot water heater, and newly
countertop & appliances! Sunroom upg aded kitchen. Beautiful
slok i S t home a 3.5 2 bdons but can easily be reverted back to 3 bd ms. Has a 25'x35 steel workshop aon
acres OS gras t potenheri concrote floor, mit-op up doe a& 220 imd. Ana fnt2 concrete floor garden shed.
VERY ATTRACTIVE with some improvemen0 Fenced-in back yard.Too much tolist! PRICEAT $159,900 MLS #249353
HOME INSIDE AND OUT Storage shed and chain link
4/31/2 with almost2700 fencing
sq ft under ir Relax on MLS# 249453 $46,350. This 3BR/2BA brick.
the wraparound porch.l 3- MARIU ANNA Perfect home sits on appx.
Large fenced backyard, setng to eny wothing the 4 acres near the
16x32 gunie pool. Hardwood floors on the first floori The kitchen a er ey end bd from r n a W e
is large with plenty of countertop AND cabinet space! Large center you front rd. Ceomfortoble Mile l Pond! Well
wnisland and brea1fastafa There 3s ana comddloned game oomor n wth ed orge maintained home with newer metal root, beautiful in-
a ad r st Thee sa r hen/dintig area n fo o ground pool, fenced-in back yard, RV bldg. wlworkshop. PRIED FOR QUICK SALE.15 acres has unfinished, old 2 BR
tEn RFEckF OR ovRl e MIL MLS 2 7 bdrooms0. nw pl le Must see! Priced at $219,000 MLS #248727 house and barn on property. Barn has attached 20x40 shed
HOtM eEdroom' an halffH 3bath th detac 2ra f oIE cAi ldr ML Strorg sheet Wall Mh5i lin
fcir a ir noun tE onarcpt MLS# 249457 $46,,000.
Grear 4 with almost 700 sq nder ALFORD ike new and two 12x1 2 horse stalls. Approx. 10 acre hay field. Some
theaobu orig adwed frs home wih 3 bedroom, 2 home has a formal R, fencing. Underground storm sheher, well and septic tank.
to a 5th bedroom i needed! Great boths and large open oiry formal DR, beautiful Being sold "AS IS." $7,000 MLS #248497
Theramt mom ron elaxitng! thitchen bWLuffhs3 end urgeopen aiy stte pd ow n great

oner4ooas t, shi rSe covered back porch. bonus room, nice hardwood floors throughout under carpet and
s sMLS# 249433 w $ 10,000 2 fireplaces! Home needs updating. Many old-style Southern
EAT M # ICK9433 O $110, 3 REI Oak trees. Incl. 3 parcels totaling about 1 acre in Cottondale.
GR3/2 with senel Opdae Wdo GRACEVILLE Lrge PRICED AT $85,000 MLS #248624

Uving room will keep you warm in the 2 beohs and fireplace in living hm
G reat 412 with aelmost 17000sit t uner A FORD Like now and t Approx 10 acre hay fiel So me
nernight! Storgehed in back with room ll rooms 2BR/2BA homen
2lean tos. Sold ASIS MLS 248234 spcious. PRICE REDUCED completely- remodeled
ENJOY HOT SUMMERS MLS# 249340 $59,900. in 2008 located on a
IN THE POOL. Lovely 3/2 FOUNTAIN Home with unique fork of the Chipola River Granite countertops, electric
home with 2063 sq ft. nice hardwood loors throughout, fireplace, high ceilings, loft as a bonus room, half-wrap deck, etc.
Large 1 acre corner lot. 2 bedrooms, 2 boths sifting on Make an appointment today! Priced at $155,000 MLS #248028
Beautiful wood Floors in 5 ares completely chin link
Main living areast Family fenced. Properly deored and is Southern plantation style
Room with French Doors overlooking pool areal very nice. home in prestigious Indian
Formal Dining Rm, plus eat in kitchen! Priced to SELL. MLS# 249421 $40,000. Springs Subdivision. This
MARIANNA WOWI 48R/2.5BA home has a Marianna On a quiet deadend street is this 3 BR/2 BA
OW G 5 ACESI Enjoy A ANNwaterfront view of Lake home plus an unheated bonus room. Cen H/A one yr old.
CDMH Oi 5 ACRESI Enhoy a What a ctute dolihouse in the Osceola and is perfect for a family. Large porches make a welcome entry into me
Country a no in this 3f.Relaxome country located on one acre just a home with many extras, including large living space, wide hallways and a Oak floors, some covered with carpet. One car garage. 2
with aprox 1456 sq H. fllsa 00 o few minutes from town. Home nice kitchen with lenn-Aire stove and cook top. Enjoy an in-ground pool with a
the back deck overlooking the features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths new pool linerand deck! Now priced at 183,500! MLS #248285 metal storage buildings. Large shady lot is fenced in back.
spacious yuod or sip your coffee and has attached goroge. PRICE
fro deckl Detached 2 hREDoCED a ge. PC Great for children or pets. $70,000 MLS #248790
car garage plus a 2 car cdrport. MLS# 248732 $59,900. This appealing
asyt w e CO ONDAE largo 3Bea2BA laminate
The yard is fenced d as l the 3BR/2BA home has
pao l want MILS 20 RE COTTONDALE Large home ha
pGvactyo Lbdck home in the county on beautiful laminate
DWMH ON 1 ACRE LOT. 1.19 acres. Home foatures 4 hardwood floors,
3/2 with over 1700 sq bedrooms, 2 bths and a large spacious great room, kit/din combo, ig bdrms & baths, big utility
ft under air Very nice room that would be perfect for rm, new heat pump, 2-car garage, landscaped yard w/backyard
Kitchen with appliancesl office or hobby room. REDUCED fenced. Close to high school, state park, airport, & so much more.
Th e needs som MLS# 249351 5,000. Make an appt. today! Priced at dnly $149,900 MLS #247791
work as the bathrooms
need remodeling, but can -- GRACEVILLE Beautiful WHAT A BARGAIN!
be the perfect home for brick home with mony nice This 1600 square foot
yourfamilyl MLS248418 features, uorge den, formal building on 2 acres
LOCATED ON MERRITS living and dining rooms, updated is located on busy
MILL PONDI Cozy 2/1 with kitchen, attached carport ond Hwy. 90 between Marianna and Cottondale. This structure
Large Backyard with deck MLS# 249323 has a large open area with several office areas. Make an
perfect for relaxingl Kitchen $168,000. ointmenttod! Priced r 900 MLS #249124
and baths have-had some
updates! Living room and This prestigious 4BR/3.5BA Greenwood 2 or 3BR/IBA Fixer upper on paved road,
Master bedroom overlook Cecil Powell home in North Oaks n 1 acre in country. Some updates, double pane windows,
the water! Fireplace in living Subdivision shows well
rooml MLS #247500 Realtor from the time you enter insulation in ceiling and walls. Breakfast bar between kitchen
SEVERAL UPDATES IN the foyer! Sunken LR, Ig and d.. r .1 1.1. Li. L
THIS 3/2 Home with 206-718-9049 kitchen with new s.s. refrig. & dishwasher, new stovetop, plenty of dining room. ront porc and deck on back of house.
1322 sq ftl Front porch to cabinets and a breakfast area. Beautiful crown molding throughout Three pecan trees. Selling "AS IS" $29,900 MLS#249517
1322 s t Front porch thome. Upstairs bed/bath with large multi-purpose room This is a
relax on. Carpet, tile and ... must seet Priced at 289000 MLS #248914
wood flooring. sunroom MARIANNA
off the back. Located on Beautiful 1 Acre Waterfront
Hwy 90 in Sneads, With a Lot in Spring Chse2000+ sq ft metal bldg
Little TC this home can Subdivision. Located on with offices, mtg room, Ig
Little TLCthis home can a Cul-e-Sac, and next display roo, parts display
be yours! MLS #249125 ato nother beautiful counter, tall sign pole out
"waterfoit home front, Ig warehouse space
WATSON HEIGHTSII Large in the back w/ roll up doors, partially fenced, all on 7 acres w/addt'l
4/3.5 Brick home with over MLS# 249101 $94,500. propertyof upto 140+ acres. Property has numerous potential uses. Make
2300 sq ft under air located on ALFORD AND an appointment today! Priced at $495.000 MLS #247339
1.23 acresl Below ground Pool ROUND LAKE AREA
with nice patio areal Wood Nice mobile home on 20 Acres of WATERFRONT ON MERRITS
burning fireplace, Huge Kitchen wood land, locoled on Mill Pond Rd. MILL POND! Retreat from
with center island! Large next to the Historic Kent Mill, one of everyday pressures to this
Family room with formal Living only 4 working, water n Git Milw/
and Diningl Needs some TLC. in Florido. unique waterfro nt home w/
odLML # 248634 $65,000. gorgeous-views. 30R/2BA,
ML# 248634 $65,000. big window views from each
HOWNTOWNC LIVING IN MARANNA ARoEI bedroom, new carpet, boat dock, dock, 2 workshop's, paved driveway, secluded
t2uTo elew e as r htwo, ift meiM from main road. Fishing, boating, diving, swimming, etc. Beautiful clear spring
4/2.1/2, 2 so hm wi suthe'n db", mex9
e2r 1/, 2 strye m Te dk her rackenitwan nJmo waterfed. Brin all offers! Allfor 249.000 MLS #248162
over 1900 sq ft under air. The I c ir o tkouid m isamdo,
master bedroom is on the first ad d*4oomedw t m rmeois!Ifyo
floor and all other 3 bedrooms ae lWb kroi goseayNo wo 11 acres with
arnateyar hid home slts MLS# 249w08 1tco. lhe r l a 2-3BR/1-2BA Marianna Approximately 31 acre lot with 149' on
private yard. Newer home with MLS#'249508 $174,900n q
all the extras. MLS #248849 MARIANNA AREA home needing north Jefferson zoned mixed used. Could be residential,
GREAT POSSIBILITIES in LOTE SIDE someTLC. Large outside deck for entertaining aprments/duplex or business. City utilities. BR, old
this 4/2 Brick home with Beautffully sloping, 1.710 Ane Great potential and a must see location! Bring
Homostmes, neor the y of Madonn all offers! Priced at $116,900 MLS #247834 house being sold "AS IS". $67,500 MLS#247182
almost 1300 sq ft. Open floor and Merts MiR Pond. Mobile limues
plan. Large 1 acre lot located or Site Built Homesr occepted................... ..............................................
at the cul-de-sac street. MLS# 249276 $15,500. Beautiful 2.34 acres
Home being sold in the AS-IS conveniently located
condition. MLS 249448 Be elyto Marianna.
with aproG 32.5 H Ha Realtora make a wonderful home site. Lots of trees and great
on 1.50 acresJ Family robmin, possibilities. Priced at only $18,900! MLS #249398
open kitchen with Breakfast 850-209-5211
Area. Formal Living room and rolling hill 40-ac.
Dining Rooml There is a den GRACEVILLE Large farm with a long paved
with the half bath that could home with 5 bedrooms, newer driveway takes you to a
be used as another Bedroom bitcheo rances, vinyl fooring 5500 5BR/3BA kume
o clet. MS 24928 i iichen/boa with orginal pine that is unfinished! Has Beautifully designed, like new, well maintained MH has split
oors thru out enery effiient upstairs bonus room w/addtl room and apprx. 1000' basement. A metal bedroom floorplan. Well water for watering garden and county
wiEdTWsndoscreenedacd porch. rf ap-amund porches, in-groued guoite pool, 2 detached water for use in the residence. Wood burning, or gos fireplace. Well
E B IU Wannoty indluded. .bldgs/apt Includes a m.h. on property. Property is half-cleared with a
ON SUN LAKE. 2/2 With MLS# 247494 $130,0O0. fis o adcreek ortiallonit Adealr$225000! MLS#248976 appointed kitchen has breakfast bar and butlers pontry. Whirlpool
aprox 1344 Sq Ft. Screened appliances- built in oven, microwave, side by side ref, counter top
porch overlooking water. MARIANNA Coennhy home location,
Located on 1.35 acres. Sun with4bedormsnreenedbinsun roh location this medical stove and lots of cabinets. Buih-in desk. Front porch ready for
Lake is n 80acre Bass Lake.t big living oom hm fiploe office complex has 1530' YOUR swing. wo car-port and workshop. Must See to oppreidate!
Lierd itcfshn 8 0 Ne w tirs Lke.with goo moos and gag is o fornl & is close to the hospital.
Pierkand dockto f ush onlNew dining room. Atothed gomge hon Renovated w/new metal $104,500 MIS#248947
on market so call today for wobines/nbadand the wohophas rof. Has 5 exam rms, 3 baths, waiting area, check-in area,&
price! MLS #248251 omsher/drer hookups. Currently leased on a month-to-month basis. Exc. income producer or use
IMLS# 247928 $125,000. for your own business! PRICLEDAT$137,500 MLS #248189

home with a 3 car slwi thaloft lotwokl mdkea Here is an -
garage on 2.24 hont pched rotocm ed *ege.e opportunity to own
acres. Over 29ftwt a large.... Hook up fur Re, wl on oepm IIx 20 acres of nice,
sqft withv large mete, shod with fuoe ro fur mostly high and
living room, formal 2 8 ke.sandemonoerlOea. dry, wooded property! Not far from town. Priced
21x16 Family room. Hardwood floors thru out MIS# 24 3 ,000right! Call today! Priced at $50,000 MLS #248919
living areas and bedrooms. MLS #248717 MARIANNA yery
nice building lot loeald in edubt 4 lots-Sunny Hills, Chipley, FL -$3,800/ea Three buildings Marianno Old store building, house and garage
corommunity, city utilities 4 Iots-Mashbum Rd., Marianne, FL$12,000/ea apartment on V acre MOL Roads on 3 sides (2 ore paved) zoned
and un-paved road at a dead *3acres- LakeSeminole Rd.-$50,000
end street. Mony homes in he 3 lots-Compass lake In Hills $4,500/ea. commeral. Would be good for aparmens, auo repair, H/A
neighborood. f 10 acres-River Road, Sneads c40,.00 conditioning business, ct. Lots of room for parking or expansion.
MLS# 247136 $20,000. 13 acres-Hwy9O -$174,500 Selling as is". S95,000 MLS#248793

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