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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
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English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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30.776389 x -85.238056

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Jackson County Floridan. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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School board to vote on code of conduct policy changes
BYANGIE COOK have room for improvement, ministrators can ban students in the closet. "I actually had a parent tell me
acook@jcfloridan.com according to the administra- from wearing garments like "The schools sold all the this week, 'It would be so much
tors who helped craft the policy hooded, pullover sweatshirts, or ball teams the hoodies my easier if y'all would just go full-
MARIANNA-Jackson County and who are left to enforce the "hoodies," which can be used to daughter's got three of them blown uniforms,'" Jennifer See,
School Board members will vote rules at the school level. And conceal headphones and non- and now we're telling them director of middle and second-
this week on several proposed they're hoping to institute those regulation clothing. you can't wear them anymore," ary education/MIS, told the
revisions to the student code of changes before the end of the There were several minutes of board member Stacey Goodson board.
conduct policy document. current school year, so students back-and-forth discussion, with said. "But there's a hundred par-
As reported last month, one of and parents can be made aware Superintendent Steve Benton Goodson, who has previously ents that would say, 'Not that,'"
the would-be changes involves of the new rules before classes advocating for the proposals voiced his opposition to the replied board member Kenny
the relatively new dress code, resume in the fall. made by the school principals, pullover sweatshirt ban, said he Griffin.
and it continues to generate At issue during Thursday's while some board members ex- has received several calls on the On Tuesday, the school board
some debate within the board. workshop a time when board pressed concern about the reac- issue. will convene at 4 p.m. for its reg-
Close to a year into its imple- members discuss issues that are tion of constituent parents who, Even with the new policy lan- ular monthly meeting, which is
mentation, the districtwide due t6 come up for a vote at the in the fall, may need to replace guage, there appears to still be open to the public, at 2903 Jef-
rules defining appropriate dress next meeting is whether ad- hoodies their kids already have room for interpretation. ferson St., Marianna.


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CELEBRATING 100 fighsh
n celebration of
I1t birfired in Altha
day, Sarah o BYANGIE COOK Calhoun County
Spires (left) is giveft' acook@jcfloridan.com Sheriffs Office,
a cake by Susan around 7 p.m. Thurs-
Melvin at the Senior A Thursday night day, deputies and
altercation in a Cal emergency medical
SCitizes Center in houn County home personnel respond-
Marianna on Thurs- sent one man to the ed to the home of
day. Spires has lived hospital after he was Jackie Reagan Jr.,
reportedly shot by 19041 NE J.W. Alex-
in Marianna her his brother. Authori- ander Road, Altha.
entire life and is the ties there have not The homeowner's
ganddaughter of filed charges and are brother, Jamie Rea-
trying to determine gan, went to the
Armstrong Purdee, if the case falls un- houseuninvitedand,
the first African der the state's "stand according to wit-
American lawyerin your ground" self- nesses, was drinking
sa ble i- e defense law. and had a beer bottle
Mariann Although According to the in his hand when he
See FIGHT, Page 7A
information lists
Spires as 100 this
year, her family
Ses s Teacher facing
believes she is closer
to 103 or 104, based charge of DUI
on census informa- ch rge of
Stion Spires visits BYDEBORAH the influence, Depu-
e Senior Citizens BUCKHALTER ty Superintendent of
Cente al st da dbuckhalter@jcflonrdan com Schools Cheryl Mc-
Center almost daily Daniel said
and has enjoyed Jessica Craven, an Craven, a teacher
sewing throughout employee of the Jack on special assign-
son riment at Cottondale
the years. Sheoften County Elementaryt Cottchool,
made clothing for School will continue in that
her children out of Board, role, at least until the
her nc lh.n o t i case is resolved. An
her own clothes. Shef ie d internal investiga-
is the mother of 10 school tion is underway by
children and also craven o ff1 school officials.
ra c i a 1 s School employees
raised one grand- Thursday of her ar- are not required to
-SoEC 0oLOLIAN child. rest for driving under notify school officials
See DUI, Page 7A

Library time apsule to be sealed at event Tuesday Campbellton May Day
BYDEBORAH formative years that
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER sealed until Aug. 12, 2047, BUCKHALTER they can live their
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com -when: it will be opened as part dbuckhaltr@jcflodan.om lives without ever
of Jackson County's celebra- making the wrong
The Jackson County Public tion of the community's225th A 1993 graduate choices that he did.
Library will seal its time cap- anniversary. of Graceville High It is a celebration,
sule in a ceremony to be held The April 15 event provides School is hosting Jones said, of youth
Tuesday in conjunction with the last opportunity to see the a May 10 event in and the community
an open house celebrating Na-: collectioi, before it is sealed Campbellton Park, of elders who are
tionalLibraryWeek. .::Ifor 33 : years. saying he's putting guiding them in life.
Those who attend the 3- The Friends managed to on the May Day cel- It starts at noon
6 p.m. event will also get a fit 'a 1lot intothe small cap- ebration in part as and winds down just
chance to meet new Library sule; it includes a variety of atonement for his before 7 p.m. It will
Director Deborah Hynes, who items contributed by many troubled past and as feature baseball and
has been on the job for just a individuals, businesses and a message of hope basketball competi-
fewweeks. organizations. Vials of water for others who may tions, acarshow, food
The Friends of the Jackson from Blue Springs and the have traveled down boothssetupbyven-
County Public Library helped Chipola River, a Christmias the wrong path. Or- dors,somelivemusic
manage the collection of items ornament, some limestone ganizer Samuel Jones and some tunes spun
for the time capsule, a project fragments, flower seeds, a said it is meant to by Jones and a corps
undertaken as part ofthe "Viva bit of pottery, pictures, let- show young people of his fellow DJs.
Florida" celebration marking ters, menus, business cards KRISnECLOUDI/FLORIDAN who are still in their Jones is perhaps
the state's 500th birthday. and more made it into the Bevl Baxter scans a book at the Marianna branch of the
The capsule will remain cylinder. Jackson County Ubrary on Friday. See MAY DAY, Page 7A
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F L O R ID A N TODAY -3-6 p.m. at the Jackson County Public Library, is the local community, "Community, Children &
SAlcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion Marianna Branch. Preview what the people of Jack- Character." Call 526-3142
Publisher Valeria Roberts p room of First United Methodist son ountyhave submitted for the Time Capsule Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at
vroberts@jcfloridan.com Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance and meet the new director, Deborah Hynes. Staff will Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna.
limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking. share services offered by JCPL. Friends are serving Call 482-2290.
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski cookies and punch. For more info call 482-9631. Healthy Start Coalition Board of Directors
or)g Healthy Start Coalition Board of Directors
doberski@jfloridancom MONDAYAPRIL14 Jackson County School Board Meeting 4 Meeting 2 p.m. at the One Stop Career Center,
MNAA L4 p.m. at 2903 Jefferson St. Marinna.Open to the pub- 680 2nd St. Chipley in Classroom #7.
CONTACT US Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's lic. The agenda can be viewed through the district
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call website www.jcsb.org u Employability Workshop Tools for a success-
Telephone: 850-526-3614 482-2005. ful Job Search" 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career
FAX: 850-482-4478 482-2005. )) Panhandle Public Library Cooperative System Center. Workshop is facilitated by a Certified Moti-
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com ) Employability Workshop "Computer Basics"- Board Meeting 4 p.m. at 2862 Madison St., vational Career Coach. Workshop is free of charge
Street Address: 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. Workshop is Marianna. and open to the public. Visit EmployFlorida.com to
4403 Constitution Lane facilitated by a Certified Motivational Career Coach. )) Capt. Luke Lott's Calhoun Guard, Capt 212 register for this informative workshop.
Marianna, FL32448 Workshop is free of charge and open to the public. Sons of Confederate Veterans Meeting 6 p.m. )) Jackson County NAACP Meeting 5:30 p.m. in
Office Hours Visit EmployFlorida.com to register for this informa- at the Altha Community Center. Anyone interested in the St. James A.M.E. Church basement, 2891 Orange
Office Hours: tive workshop. southern and confederate heritage are welcome and St., Marianna. Call 569-1294.
Weekdays, 8 a.m.to 5 p.m. Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting encouraged to attend. )) Grief Support Group 5:30 p.m. -7 p.m. Cov-
MISS YOUR PAPER? 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Jackson County Extension Disabled American Veterans Meeting 7 enant Hospice, 4215 Kelson Ave, Suite E. Marianna.
MISS .YOUR PAPER? Service, Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meetings are p.m. at the DAV Chapter 22 house, 3083 DAV Lane, A workshop for those who have suffered the loss of
You should receive your newspaper no later fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, les- Marianna. Call 209-4310. a lovecone or would like to learn how to help those
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- sons and help. All quilters welcome. Call 573-5434, Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9 that ar. grieving. Free and open to Public. Registra-
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9 that arq grieving. Free and open to Public. Registra-
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to 4th Annual College Readiness Seminar 6:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist tion is required. To register call Riley Henderson at
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The p.m. St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church, Marianna. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed 482-8520 or 888-817-2191.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Keynote speakers are Attorney Anthony Thomas discussion with 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire Reagan Day Dinner- 6 p.m. Jackson County
is published Tuesday through Friday and of Parks & Crump and Command Sgt. Mjr. Willie to stop drinking is welcome. Agricultural Conference Center, 2741 Penn Ave.,
Sunda mornings. Periodical postage paid Clemmons, formerly of the Obama Administration. Marianna. Social time and silent auction 5:15-6 p.m.
at Marianna FL. Guestspeakers are Lawrence Brown, Tykeyah Jones WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16 Ticket price $50 each. Keynote speaker will be con-
a Maria Jeremy Jones and Howard Azaga. Sponsored by the gressman Steve Southerland with a video message
Gilbert Firm, PA. Food will be served immediately Tdap vaccine to be given to 6 grade students from Senator Marco Rubio. For tickets contact Clint
SUBSCRIPTION RATES following the seminar. For more information contact Grand Ridge School. Free of charge. Must have Pate 527-3900 or pateclint@yahoo.com. Mail checks
Home delivery: $11.23 per month $32.83 the Gilbert Firm at 482-2223. letters (which were sent home by the school) com- to JCREC, P.O. Box 1035,Marianna 32447.
for three months $62.05 for six months; Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 pleted, signed and returned to school in order fors ilip.m. at
and $123.45 for one year All prices include p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist stuens to be able to receive. 2830 Wynn St., Marianna, with a covered-dish sup-
applicable state and local taxes. Mail Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. a Malone Joy Club -10 a.m. Joy Club House, S.R. per. Call 372-2500.
2, Malone. Lunch served at noon. Games following
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail 2, Malone. Lunch sered at noon. Games following ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8-9
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; TUESDAY, APRIL15 lunch. Come and join the fun. p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
$92.24 for six months and $184.47 for one St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. -1 p.m. St. Anne's Jackson county Tourist Development Council St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited to
year Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Welcome -10 a.m. at the Russ House, 4318 Lafayette St. persons with a desire to stop drinking; papers will
donations: house hold items, clothing and jewelry. Marianna. not be signed.
All subscriptions to the Jackson Couny Proceeds go to help less fortunate in our commu- ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon
AFlrid ptn inc s to the Jaon County nity. Call 482-3734. to p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist FRIDAY, APRIL, 18
Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Day for which there is a premium charge. ) Free Tax Preparation and E-filing 11a.m. to 3 a Boston Butt Sale for Relay for Life- Farmers
p.m. Altha Public Library. Volunteer tax counselors Market, 2844 Madison St. Marianna. Sponsored by
ADVERTISING trained in basic income tax return preparation to an- THURSDAY, APRIL17 Chipola Nursing Pavilion. Stop by Chipola Nursing
swer questions, give tax assistance and counseling ) International Chat 'n' Sip 8:30-10 am. at the Pavilion to pick up your ticket. Price of ticket is$20.
The advertiser agrees that the publisher to low and middle income range families especially Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in For more info call 526-3191.
shall not be liable for damages arising those over 60. Besu to bring 2013 income docu Marianna. Learning Center staff and their inter- Hooks and Needles- 10 a.m. at the Jackson
Sout of errors and advertisements beyond ments, photo identification and check book to verify national English learners invite the public for the County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and
the amount paid for the space actually dir depotebitinf ati For more info call exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed experienced hand crafters welcome to create, share,
occupied by that portion of the advertise- a environment. Light refreshments served. No charge learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631.
ments in which the error occurred whether Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting Call 482-9124. Ce C U
ments in which the error occurred, whether Jim's Buffet & Grill 4329 Lafayette St., Chess Club 6 p.m. 8 p.m. First United Meth-
such error is due to the negligence of the Marianna J St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m.-1p.m. St. Anne's odist Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored
publisher's employees or otherwise, and Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Welcome by Marianna Optimist Club for students for students
there shall be not liability for non-inser- Sewing Circle p.m. at Jackson County Senior donations: house hold items, clothing and jewelry 8 18 years of age in Jackson County. All students
tion of any advertisementbeyond the Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call 482- Proceeds go to help less fortunate in our commu- and their parents are welcome. Players of all skill lev-
amount paid for such advertisement. This 5028. nity. Call 482-3734 els including beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473.
newspaper will not knowingly accept or )) Employability Workshop "Understanding La- )) Caregiver Support Group Meeting 11a.m. to )) Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
publish illegal material of an kind. Advertis- bor Market Information" 2:30 p.m. at Marianna noon in the First Presbyterian Church Social Hall, Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna.Adult
Career Center. Workshop is facilitated by a Certified 4437 Clinton St., Marianna. Open to all family care- and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
ing which expresses preference based on Motivational Career Coach. Workshop is free of givers providing care to loved ones or friends. Con- hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
legally protected personal characteristics is charge and open to the public. Visit EmployFlorida. fidential group, facilitated by a professional group 209-7856, 573-1131.
not acceptable. corn to register for this informative workshop counselor. Coffee, water, light snacks provided.
SCelebrating National Library Week with Open Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks p.m.in the AA room of First United Methodist 8
HOW TO GET YOUR House and Time Capsule Sealing Ceremony Restaurant, U.S.90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus phm.hn 9t ACaledonia Ft U ieanna s
NEWS PUBLISHEDdon St. Marianna.
The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
The Jackson County Floridan will publish email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. Police ROiu ixhdup
anniversary appnd birth announcgagements. MARIANNA POLICE Office and county fire/rescue one prowler, one woodland booked into the county jail
anniversary and birth announcements.H r
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. DEPARTMENT reported the following inci- fire reported, 30 medical calls, during the latest reporting
ts be oai fe gdt q eT aordents for April 10, the latest three traffic crashes, one fire periods:
Photographs must be of good quality and The Marianna police De- available report: alarm, two traffic stops, one Charles Brown, 28, 1130
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the partment listed the following One drunken larceny, four civil disputes, one Selma Church Road, Marianna,
right to edit all submissions, incidents for April 10, the latest a pedestrian, one trespass complaint, two follow- no valid driver's license.
GETTING IT RIGHT available report: one aban- accident with up investigations, one litter- Armando Garcia, 18, 8037
Sdoned vehicle reported, two 2C ] M E on injury, one ing complaint, three juvenile Church St., Sneads, burglary of
IThe Jacson County Floridan's policy suspicious vehicles reported, escape, one complaints, one noise distur- a structure, grand theft, crimi-
is to correct mistakes promptly. To one suspicious incident report- dead person bance complaint, four animal nal mischief.
report an error, please call 526-3614 ed, one burglary alarm, 13 traf- reported, one missing adult re- complaints, one car in ditch, 17 Damien Spires, 30, 2860 Eva
Monday-Friday. fic stops, one criminal mischief, ported, one stolen tag reported, property/building checks, three Mae St., Marianna, reckless
two follow-up investigations, two stolen vehicles reported calls to assist other agencies, driving with alcohol, operat-
two juvenile complaints, one one abandoned vehicles re- four public service calls, one ing an unregistered vehicle, no
car in ditch, three calls to assist ported, one suspicious vehicle transport, one Baker Act trans- motorcycle endorsement.
k other agency, one public service reported, one suspicious inci- port, two threats/harassment
call, three welfare checks and dent reported, three suspicious complaints, and one counter- Jail Population: 168
three home security checks. people reported, three informa- feit money To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
tion calls, two clothing escorts, at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
,l JACKSON COUNTY one funeral escort, two highway JACKSON COUNTY agency.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE obstruction complaint, two CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
Se verbal disturbance complaints, To report a wildlife violation, call -888-
I JCFLORIDAN.COM The Jackson County Sheriff's one hitchhiker complaint, The following people were 404-fwcc (3922).
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Positive and negative influence on residents Engagement
Childs, Hand
T A e all enjoy the our presence. one of the most influen- no matter how they affect
B benefits of There definitely are tial means of reaching us residents? Some of the
V having sports i ways we millions of people in our commercials are pro-
events, movies, sitcoms, are influ- history, because of its vi- duced in such a powerful
cartoons and the latest enced in sual and sound effects. manner, that at times the
news headlines coming a positive We can be looking at a product they are adver-
directly into our homes, way by program that suits every- tising seems to have no
cars and in some in- these in- one in the family, because relation to the produc-
stances, our workplaces ventions, of its mild content, when tion; but after studying
through those techno- Thom s but there's a commercial filled with the lifestyles of many of
logicalwonders called Vincent b e c o m- sexual connotations or our residents, they know
television and radio. MIurhy ing an in- satanic innuendoes pops how to make us look and
The reason there's a creasing up on our screens. The listen. Being able to view
need to bring up this concern for some of use of surprise tactics to and hear great sporting
subject from time to us that radio and tele- inform us seems to be one events and enjoyable pro-
time is to alert people to vision are influencing of the newest ploys to get gramming up close from
the rapid changes taking many of our residents our immediate attention ourhomesishardtobeat,
place right in front of our negatively. Some of the whether we want to look but moderation can help
eyes. Being personally in- programming and com- and hear or not doesn't us avoid some of the un- Mr. Larry Gene Childs and Bobby and Dawn Hand of
volved in various aspects mercials have become matter. If our remote expected intrusions that Ms. Cynthia Dianne Childs, Bainbridge, GA. He is the
of the media, I'm thank- so explicit that when oir isn't in our hand, there's can infiltrate our minds, both of Grand Ridge, would grandson of Charles and Irene
ful to have an opportu- children happen to hear no way to avoid certain coming through the me- like to aanuce te and Judy and the late
nity to reach people ina and see certain commer- commercials, because dia. Radio and television engagement and upcoming Nolan Harrell, all of
positive way. The. broad- cials or programs, they of where they are being can be pleasurable assets Megan Alexandra Childs to is a 2010 graduate of
casting industry and the become aware of things strategically placed. to enjoy, but it's impor- Cameron Paul Hand of Bainbridge High School and is
business corporations that should be reserved Are we being pulled tant that we keep them in Bainbridge, GA. currently serving in the Army
are excited about the idea for adults. Then we won- even further toward low- the proper perspective. The bride to be is the Reserves.
of reaching us up close der how our children er morals and standards? Radio and television can grandaughter of Earl and The wedding will be held at
and personal because it know some of the things Is the greed for money become addictive, but Jeanette Middleton of Cypress Springhill Christmas Tree
leads to huge financial they are aware of so early becoming more impor- unlike air, water and food, and Sharon and the late Eddie Farm in Bainbridge, Georgia
gains from the products in life. tant to business corpora- they aren't necessary in Childs of Grand Ridge. Megan on April 26, 2014 at 6:00 EST
and events advertised in Television has become tions than anything else, life for us to survive is a 2013 graduate of Malone with a reception to
High School and is currently immediately follow. Some
attending Chipola College invitations have been sent, but
working on a degree in all friends and family are
Johnson graduates basic training nursing.. invited to come out and join
CJn s n g bic t in in ameron is the son of them on this very special day.
Army National Guard studied theArmymission, bayonet training, drill and aid, foot marches and
Pvt. Callie M. Johnson history, tradition and core ceremony, marching, rifle field training exercises.
has graduated from basic values, physical fitness, marksmanship, armed Johnson is the daughter Births
combat training at Fort and received instruction and unarmed combat, of Sarah Pigram of Grace-
Jackson, Columbia, S.C. and practice in basic com- map reading, field tactics, ville. She is a 2004 gradu- allory Rene Howell was
During the nine weeks bat skills, military weap- military courtesy, military ate of Graceville High born Feb. 4 at Flowers
of training, the soldier ons,chemical warfare and justice system, basic first School. Hospital in Dothan, Ala. She
weighed 5 pounds 13 ounc-
es and was 19 inches long at

Jaco 1 6pAnt atAA Eacn wchnoo and Stacee Howell. Grand-
parents are Carl G. and Betty
mPAGEs-ANTfWINNERS programsest 1 Howell of Sneads and Hal
PA G EiANhu Eal and Joy Stata ofVirginia.
registration Casen Stih Page was born .................
at 8:11 p.m. on March 27 at
Jackson County dren who are 3 or 4 n Marc 2a
Early Childhood years old on or be-
na. He weighed 6 pounds 2
Programs Regis- fore Sept. 1, 2014.
tration for the up- Early Head Start ounces and was 18pareinches
is long at birth. His parents are
coming 2014-15 registration is Candace and Joseph Page.
school year will be for children who Grandparents are Joseph
held at school sites are 2 years old or Huey Page II from Altha and
from 1 to 3 p.m. younger On or Be- Rhonda Page from Altha.
on the following fore Sept. 1, 2014
dates: (Early Childhood
Cottondale Ele- Center only). Carter Jase Seal was born
mentary May 6, Please bring at 9:53 p.m. on March 30 at.
May 7, May 8 your child's birth Jackson Hospital in Marian -
Early Childhood certificate, So- na. He weighed 7 pounds 2.8
Center in Marianna cial Security card ounces and was 21 inches
-- May 5 through and proof of all long at birth. His parents are
May 9 family income to Melodi and Josh Seal. Grand-
Graceville Ele- registration. parents are Heidi McDonald
mentary-- May 5, Registration from Gulfport, Miss., Billy
May 7, May 9 packets are avail- Seal from Chipley, Vince and
Grand Ridge able at school sites Sheila Brown from Kynes-
School May 5, orthe EarlyChild- ville and Marianne Foreman
May 6, May 8, May hoodProgramsOf- from Callaway.
9 fice. Please bring
KRISTI CLOUD/FLORIDIAN Malone School com pleted form s ...........................................................
T he winners of the 2014-15 Marianna pageant are (clockwise, May 6, May 7, to registration. Ajiyah Kelyri Bowers was
from top left) Miss Marianna Caitlyn Carpenter, Junior Miss May8 Please call 482- born at 11:47 p.m. on April 3
T Marianna Natalie Sims and Little Miss Marianna Allie Grace Preschool Regis- 1266 if you have at Jackson Hospital in Mari-
Bnmner. tration is for chil- any questions. anna. She weighed 8 pounds
11 ounces and was 21 inches
1long at birth. Her parents
are Cha'quisha Spears aid
TP ECWIN ERS Christopher Bowers. Grand-
parents are Gall Spears, Ron-
nie Spears, Angela Bowers
Sand Bobby Bowers.
William Zaron Grant was
born at 1:28 a.m. on April.
4 at Jackson Hospital in
Marianna. He weighed 7
pounds 15.2 ounces and was
19'/2 inches long at birth. His
parents aredMyesha Smith
andWilliam (B.J.) Grant.
Grandparents are Gwendo-
lyn Grant from Marianna,
William (Bill) Grant from
Marianna and Wanda Smith
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Grand Ridge School fourth-through sixth-grade students recently competed in the Tropicana Speech Contest. The parents are Nellie Black
classroom winners moved on to the school competition, which was held Wednesday. Fourth-grade first place was Courtney from Marianna and Emma
Benton, second place Wyatt Burch. Fifth-grade first place was Brayden Harrell, second place Kassidy Walden and third Joyce Hodges from Quincy.
place Aubrey Tye. Sixth-grade first place was Mandy Dudley, second place Tiara Kutchey and third place was a tie between Phili
Tristen McDaniel and Sherry Griffin. The first-place winners will move on to the county competition, which will be held May P
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safety of our beaches
T his weekend, it'll be safer to swim in the Gulf of -
Mexico along much of the shore in Escambia and
Santa Rosa counties.
That's because of forward thinking by the public
safety folks, the Santa Rosa Island Authority and Gulf
Islands National Seashore's leadership. ,,- B
In her "Gaining Ground" report Saturday, beach p -
reporter Kimberly Blair wrote that cooperation between oS \ r ,
Gulf Islands National Seashore and the Island Authority
means lifeguards will expand their coverage area. A for-
mal agreement was signed last week to extend lifeguard a -^
coverage for miles:
a Pensacola Beach lifeguards will be protecting
swimmers at Langdon Beach in the Fort Pickens area C .-
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily through Sept. 30. -- :
This weekend, lifeguards will begin staffing towers
at Johnson Beach on Perdido Key, and Opal Beach in rs and ll bh en
the Santa Rosa County area of the National Seashore. W p i d d b sall b t v lv
We'd like to commend the work of Bob West, Pen- ap a b
sacola Beach's public safety supervisor, and Seashore rl here are few aspects of Newspapers and baseball do not industry, likewise, has an excited,
Superintendent Dan Brown for the coverage plan ... American life that are the look like they did.in 1914 and that's engaged group of college students
It's good to see two government entities work together same today as they were 100 why they remain and young reporters ready to make
are you paying attention Escambia County and the years ago. Two of them are newspa- essential in 2014. their mark. I saw this firsthand at
Emerald Coast Utilities Authority? to benefit local pers and baseball. In 1914, it took NAA mediaXchange 2014, when
residents and the tens of thousands of visitors to our While spring officially starts in only 19 home runs we enlisted five talented college
beaches. Though it took more than a year to pull it off, March, it doesn't truly begin for to lead the league reporters to cover and report on
our beaches will be safer. Public safety should be a many until Opening Day rolls needless to say, the news-making conference.
prime concern for governments, around and ceremonial first Caroline that wouldn't lead The youth movement for baseball
After all, it wasn't always this way on the island. Until pitches are thrown. Whether it's at Little the league this year. is not limited to the diamond, just
just more than a decade ago, there was a "swim at Wrigley Field, Fenway Park or your Though the sport as it's not limited to the newsroom
your own risk" mentality that left far too many people local minor league stadium, it's has the same rules, it for newspapers. Theo Epstein,
drowning in the surf. That changed with West's hiring, been that way for over a century has evolved and transformed. at 28, was the youngest general
He hired more lifeguards, got them to patrol in vehicles, and I imagine it will continue for at In 1914, you would read a news- maniger in history when the Boston
and he began a public education plan on the danger of least another century, paper in print and that was it. Red Sox hired him in 2002 and, two
riptides and the flag warning system about surf con- For the duration of baseball's Today, you can read the newspaper years later, the team had its first
ditions. To be sure, there is still an element of danger history, fans have turned to their in multiple platforms, choosing World Series in 86 years.
when entering the Gulf, even for good swimmers, but local newspaper to keep tabs on what works best for you. There Likewise, newspapers have
this plan reduces that risk. their favorite teams and players. are 161 million Americans who become an incubator for innova-
To locals and visitors who will be visiting on spring This has remained unchanged and read newspaper content in print tion and change. At NAA mediaX-
break: Welcome to Northwest Florida and have a good continues today, as newspapers or online in any given month. Of change, our inaugural Accelerator
time. However, listen to our lifeguards and heed their deliver special sections to preview those, 43 million read content on Pitch program featured eight
warnings. We want you to have a pleasant, safe experi- the upcoming season, post daily mobile devices. As the newspaper startup companies with revolu-
ence and come back next year. box scores and deluge fans with industry guides the way forward, tionary ideas, from new mobile
coverage on a daily basis. it is based upon a perfect blend of apps to improved social media use
Pensacola News Journal But baseball and newspapers print, digital and mobile platforms to re-defining how to sell classi-
have more in common than merely to better serve our readers and our fled ads. It opened my eyes to the
being a part of everyday Ameri- advertisers, limitless possibilities that exist for
A iother View can life. For both institutions, the It is worth noting that social our industry as we move forward
reports of their demise have been media wasn't an issue in 1914, or and expand our offerings across all
edi ares d a r greatly exaggerated. even 2004. But in the past decade, platforms.
M e are s d t rei se Baseball has been besieged with its influence has skyrocketed and Spring is a time for limitless pos-
the notion that the sport is fading, changed how our world operates. sibilities, especially after this past
*is w ee se overtaken by football and ignored Baseball has used this to engage brutal winter that battered much
S w elCOmle sunshine by today's youth. Quite the oppo- fans, giving them a forum to con- of the country with ice, snow and
site is true commissioner Bud nect directly with their favorite endless gray days. The clouds are
ederal officials released a huge trove of data Selig predicted his league would players. For newspapers, it means parting, the temperature is rising,
Wednesday that shows what Medicare has paid to surpass $9 billion in revenue for access for readers to follow their and the sun is shining.
more than 880,000 doctors and other health care 2014. favorite newspaper or reporter. By the time October rolls around,
providers nationwide. There were some eye-popping If that sounds familiar, it's And there is confluence of the two, we will be crowning a newWorld
stats: because the newspaper industry when a fan can follow his or her Series champion.
n About 2 percent of doctors collected about a quar- has dealt with a similar perception favorite baseball team by following We will also be looking at a news-
ter of the $77 billion in payments in 2012. problem, with the idea that the the team's newspaper beat writer, paper industry that has continued
) An ophthalmologist in West Palm Beach, Fla., younger generation would com- Despite facing the perception its evolution and growth, with
topped the list by raking in more than $26 million pletely eschew newspapers. This, that baseball is a sport for the older new initiatives and ideas that will
to treat fewer than 900 patients. That is 61 times of course, is not true. Of young generation, a new generation of ensure its relevance for another
the average Medicare payout of $430,000 for an adults ages 18 to 34, more than half talent has infused MLB with excite- 100 years.
ophthalmologist. 56 percent -read newspaper ment, whether that's Mike Trout
) A Florida cardiologist earned $23 million in Medi- content in print or online during a in Anaheim or Bryce Harper in Caroline H. Little is president and CEO
care payments, nearly 80 times the average for that typical week. Washington, D.C. The newspaper of Newspaper Association of America.
specialty.
Those numbers no doubt shocked a lot of Americans.
It was news to them. It was not news to Medicare of- fLetter&B t S t ti E tt
ficials, though. They've had this information all along. t t r
Medicare, the federal health care system for the aged |Election ll 1are m r l nr i
that spends more than $500 billion a year, faces an un-
certain future. It desperately needs to be more efficient.
The data released Wednesday suggest this system has a Congratulations to into the task. They serve ber and types of input Thank you for
long, long way to go to control its costs. incumbent John Roberts because they love their they receive grow fewer. the opportunity
Now, high Medicare payments to particular doctors or and challenger Felecia community, and the In time it can become I would like to thank-ev-
institutions are not by definition signs of waste or fraud. Dorchuck for running voters of District 2 reaf- a virtual echo chamber eryone in Marianna Dis-
Some doctors justifiably earn more because they're vigorous, active, citizen- firmed their trust in him of the same voices. With trict 2 who took time from
trained in certain specialties. Some treat patients who engaging campaigns for by returning him to office, few informed challengers their day to cast their vote
require more constant care. There are major regional Marianna District 2 City Having a challenger may around, leaders can fall for City Commission.and I
variations in how doctors practice. Commissioner. Although have been uncomfort- into a comfort zone. The gladly offer my congratu-
Americans want their doctors to be good. High com- Commissioner Roberts able, but he rose to the disease of status quo sets lations to Mr. Roberts on
pensation draws talented people to medicine iad to won re-election by a occasion. in and citizens outside his re-election.
Medicare. comfortable margin, the Candidate Felecia the circle of influence I had a great time, met
They also want Medicare to survive ... but that's going real winners in this elec- Dorchuck is newer to disengage. They just don't many wonderful people
to require a far more efficient system. tion were the citizens of Marianna, having moved feel they can make a dif- and made some new
The release of this data is an important step toward Marianna. here with her family by ference. friends.
that goal. For the first time, Americans can see what For the first time in her own choice just a Campaigns like this one It was an honor to have
individual doctors charged, and what Medicare paid, for nearly three, decades, little over a decade ago. just run by Mr. Roberts so many people cast their
thousands of services and procedures, voters in District 2 had She believed the city and Ms. Dorchuck are vote for me and I appreci-
That means doctors who bill Medicare for perform- a choice. They had a needed a fresh voice un- good for our community, ate each one deeply.
ing more procedures than reasonably could be ac- chance to hear incum- encumbered by years of They re-invigorate the Thank you for the op-
complished in a day face greater odds that they'll be bent Roberts defend association with the same electorate. They re-en- portunity.
questioned. The same goes for doctors who overtreat his record, and a chance people. She knocked on gage the disengaged. FELECIA DORCHUCK
patients by ordering extraordinary numbers of tests, or to hear candidate doors never knocked on They spark enthusiasm Marianna
who treat a suspiciously high number of patients who Dorchuck challenge the before, she asked ques- and community energy.
are diagnosed with extremely rare conditions. status quo. The final vote tions of voters whose They pull more people Thlllk Uo fm
The American Medical Association has fiercely fought tally of 157-88 disguised opinion had never been into the conversation and Thank you from
this kind of information disclosure, arguing that it's an the intensity and effort .sought, and she made give voters more opportu- Smith-Kelly Post 100
invasion of physicians' privacy. (The information does both candidates put herself visible in ways nity to know their elected On behalf of Smith-Kelly
not reveal any details about patients.) Last year, thank- forth to woo voters. A 26 never done in a campaign public servants on a first Post 100 of the Americin
fully, a federal judge cleared the way for the release of percent voter turnout for city commissioner in name basis. They help Legion, I want to thank
the information that came out Wednesday. is small, but it's huge Marianna. She lost the citizens believe again that the people of our commu-
The AMA warned in a statement that "releasing the compared to 0 percent in election, but she won the their voice counts. nity for the success of our o
data without context will likely lead to inaccuracies, years with uncontested hearts of many and cre- Let's have more contest- recent carnival. Without
misinterpretations, false conclusions and other unin- elections. ated conversations where ed races in our local and community support, we
tended consequences." AMA officials fear that doctors Commissioner Roberts conversations didn't county elections. Study are not able to support
will come under unreasonable suspicion just because has a long, distinguished exist. Our city is more the campaign methods our mission of assist-
they've reaped large payments over a year. That such in- record of service to vibrant because of her of Commissioner Roberts ing veterans and their
formation could "mislead the ppblic into making inap- Marianna and deserves efforts. and challenger Dorchuck. families. It had been many
propriate and potentially harmful treatment decisions." our thanks. Unlike county When local elections Encourage more people years since our last fair
How about if we trust patients and taxpayers to digest commissioners, city com- go unopposed and to run for office. Make and we hope to continue
this information, debate this information, listen to peo- missioners do not receive incumbents go unchal- every race a competitive in the future with a spring
pie put it in context ... and make their own conclusions? significant compensation lenged, especially for long race. Our community will carnival. Again many
This nation received some valuable new information for their work. What little periods of time, the circle be richer for it. thanks.
Wednesday. Let's make good use of it. they do receive doesn't of those who influence ART AND MICHELE TONY SWEARINGEN,
begin to compensate public policy gets smaller KIMBROUGH COMMANDER
-J Chicago Tribune for the hours they put and smaller. The num- Marianna Marianna






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SNEADS PAGEANT CHIPOA CIVIC CLUB MEETS

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KRISTI CLOUD/FLORIDIAN
*5;* r. Daniel Bontrager was introduced by club member Stan
KRISTICLOUD/FLORIDIAN Saunders to speak to the Chipola Civic Club recently. Bon-
n April 6, the following 2014 Sneads Queens were crowned. From left are Jr.
Miss Sneads Madeline Wright, Miss Sneads Mackenzie May, Teen Miss Sneads trager soke to the club on the management of his deer
AshleighVarn and Little Miss Sneads Rylee Wheaton in the front. farm and hunting preserve.



Chipola Spring Ensemble Concert is April 15

Chipola College will pres- rock, Latin, and popular
ent its Spring Ensemble styles under the direction
Concert Tuesday at 7 p.m. of Craig Bean.
in theCenter for theArts. This will be the final
The free concert will fea- Chipola performance for
ture the Chipola Chamber many of the students who
Chorus and Community will be graduating this
Chorus directed by Dale semester.
Heidebrecht. For information, contact
The Rock and Jazz Band Anita Price at (850) 718-
will close the concert with 2277 or pricea@chipola.
music in the funk, swing, ,edu. KRISTI CLOUD/FLORIDIAN
Chipola Chamber Chorus,


CH IP OLAMART St Wate e
Two die in crash while the other died after Prosecutors say Coteron
SE L! TVT T ICT with bus, semi being rushed to a hospital was driving around
TNINinNING AL u critical condition 80 mph before losing
E.......NACKSONVIE -- Au- control and hitting a light
thorities say two women Man guilty of killing post.
are dead after a crash
involving a school bus passengers in crash Drug-possession
and a semi-trailer. MIAMI-A South thresholds increased
The Florida Highway Florida man faces up to 75
Patrol reports that the bus years in prison after being TALLAHASSEE The
was taking students home convicted of killing three Florida House passed a
from Dinsmore Elemen- people in acar crash. bill increasing the weight
tary on Friday afternoon. A Miami-Dade County threshold for trafficking in
Two cars were stopped jury convicted 22-year-old oxycodone and hydroco-
behind the bus as sev- Alberto de Jesus Coteron done in a move to ease
eral children got off. The Oliva of vehicular homi- what have been called
semi's driver apparently cide Friday. Authorities overly harsh sentencing
didn't see them'stopped say Coteron was hanging guidelines.
and slammed into the two out with 17-year-oldVe- The measure passed by
cars. ronica Santiago, 15-year- a vote of 113-2 Friday. It
A Duval Public Schools old Isis Maciel Jimenez aims to distinguish be-
spokeswoman says three and 17-year-old Daniel tween those selling drugs
students were reported Cardenas in August 2011 and those caught in pos-
injured. There were 15 in Doral when the group session. The bill moves
students on the bus at the decided to go for a ride. the threshold of4 grams
time of the crash. At some point that of either drug to 7 grams
Florida Times- Union night, Coteron tried to of oxycodone and 14
reports that one of the race his 1994 Honda Civic grams ofhydrocodone.
women died at the scene, against a black Infiniti. From wire reports





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Families of the slain use T-shirts to mourn loss

The Associated Press 'hood gets killed, for two The memorial shirts have
weeks straight that can be- becomemodernmournihg
MIAMI They come all of our business, people garb for the mostly young
to put their dead relatives coming to-get that shirt," people who wear them to
and friends on a T-shirt. tBrown said. wakes and funerals in lieu
Ayoung woman clutches Lopez, 21, started de- of typical black suits. After
a photo of her murdered signing Rest in Peace shirts the funeral, the shirts are
16-year-old brother. He four years ago. She says the worn to the grocery store,
grins at the camera, his process is routine. laundromat, gas station.
right hand clutching a gun. First, she uploads the vic- Amanda Brewer owns
Tlree young men line up tim's photo to a computer seven memorial T-shirts.
'to pay homage to one of and places it against, the Five depict friends or fami-
their friends, a "street sol-- customer's chosen back- lymemberswhowerekilled
dier," with his Facebook drop. Heartfelt words of in Miami's impoverished
profile picture. remembrance are added: Overtown neighborhood.
Here at Studio X, inside "Gone but not forgotten," "It's like tho ghetto's
the U.SA. Flea Market, "We love you," or "In thug- obituary," she said of her
miles away from South gin' memory." T-shirt collection.
Beach in a gritty pocket The customer approves One shirt is a tribute to
of Liberty City, is where the filial product, before her uncle and cousin -' a
black Miami's killed, are Lopez prints her creation. father and son killed 14
memorialized. Pictures of Within minutes, she heat- years apart on the streets
the deceased are stamped presses the design onto a of.Overtown.
onto plaques and necklace shirt. On the front of the white
charms, but a majority of It's $17 for a design on the shirt is a picture of Brew-
customers come to put a front, $22 for a'design on er's uncle, Jimmy Duncan,
picture on a T-shirt. both sides. The customers with white doves encircl-
For the bereaved who supply their own standard ing his head. Family mem-
robe themselves in these cotton tees the color of bers believe he was killed
memorial shirts, the act is choice is usually black 'or for his flaishy gold chains
a public expression of their white. and bracelets. The year.
loss. It is aritual they turn Lopez said that although was 1989. He was 19 years
to in their time of grief. It there are customers who old. When Duncan died,
is a testimony ofa life pre- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS come in to put a grand- he left behind a i-year-
maturely taken by violence Studio X owner Hai Haliva shows one of the T-shirts produced by his store on Thursday. At mother who died of natu- old son. That son, his
in neighborhoods where Studio X, inside the U.S.A. Flea Market, miles away from South Beach in a gritty pocket of ratcauses on a shirt, or an namesake, is on the back
these killings don't always Liberty City, is where black Miami's killed are memorialized. Pictures of the deceased are unclewhodiedsuddenlyof of the same shirt. He was
make the news cycle. stamped onto plaques and necklace charms, but a majority of customers come to put a picture a heart attack, the major- killed in 2003, just blocks
The Studio X booth, with on a T-shirt. ity of the business comes from where his father was
its purpose emblazoned on from those left behind af- gunned down. Jimmy
a sign out front "Home ly, but similar businesses spurred President Barack Bennie Thornton, who ter a violentkilling. DuncanIIIl was 15.
of the R.I.P. T-shirts" is -dot strip malls and flea Obama to recently unveil stopped 'by long enough
often the first stop before markets throughout South "My Brother's Keeper," an to pay. his respects to the
funeral arrangements. And Florida. Theyare pairt of the initiative to intervene in faces he recognized on a
long after the funeral is urban background ofinner the lives of at-risk boys of recent afternoon.
over, the grief-stricken re- cities across the country. color before they interact Inside one of the binders,
turn. They come on their "It should be once in a with the criminal justice Thornton found a photo of
lost loved one's birthday blue moon, but everyweek system either as a perpe- his cousin Albert, who was
and on the anniversary of it's another body," said trator or as a victim of vio- murdered in North Miami-
the killing for more T-shirts Leonard Brown, who de- lent crime. Dade. The family got shirts
to proclaim their sadness. signed memorial shirts for The White House noted made at Studio X.
Here, love is a memorial 12 years at Studio X. that "African-American Thornton, 37, grew up in
worn close to the heart and The killers and their vic- and Hispanic young men Liberty City's crime-ridden
out in the street. tims whose likenesses end' are more than six times as Pork 'n' Beans projects,
Ayleen Lopez, the soft- up on T-shirts are over- likelytobevictims ofmur- formally known as Lib-
spoken graphic' designer whelmingly young black der than their white peers erty Square. As soon as he
on duty, gently directs cus- men. and account for almost could, he got out.
tomers to a menu of im- "When you look at mor- half of the country's mur- "I didn't want to end up
ages beneath plexiglass to tality, if you're a white fe- der victims each year." on a T-shirt," he said.
useasabackgroundforthe male, white male or black In Miami, the designers Pointing to a banner on
photo of their loved ones. female, the chief reason at Studio X serve as archi- Studio X's wall, a collage
"People do it because it's you will die before age 35 vists of death. Copies of of dead young black men,
their way of remembering is mainly an automobile their shirt designs are cata- Thornton said, "I. know all
someone they loved;" she accident," said Dr. Charles loged in ordinary white, these boys. They grew up
said. "Not everyone -un- Hennekens, a Florida At- three-ring binders to use right around here."
derstands it. In Miami, in lantic University profes- as models for others. Thir- When a well-known
the 'hood, this is how you sor and physician. "But if ty-five binders sit on the "dope boy" a'drug deal-
show this person means you're a black male, the back shelves of the booth. er is murdered, Studio X
something to me." chief reason you will die is The oldest is from 1994. is overloaded with orders,
-Menu item CR-14 de- homicidewith a firearm." Nearly every surface of said Brown, the graphic ee V acation Cash?
picts a cross topped with Hennelkens calls it "the the booth is papered with designer. Need V cation as
a crown of thorns. CR-17 new' American tragedy," picturesofthedead.Above -The drug dealers, mi- Sell your old gold at..
is a pair of hands clasped the disproportionate rate one wall, a sign reads, nor cult figures in their
in prayer. -G-13 is Miami's at which young black men "For those who lost theiir neighborhoods, gain re-
skyline bordered by what areslain.InanarticleHen- .lives through senseless spect by playing the role
looks like two AK-47 as- nekens co-wrote in The killings." of philanthropists, Brown
sault rifles on top and, American JournalofMedi- Passers-by stop to take it explained. They pay a
along the bottom, a'row of cine, he stated that homi- allin. neighbor's late rent, buy JEELES
bullets. cides of young black men "I can see my friends that groceries for a struggling
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Obituaries
Faith Funeral Home Logansville, GA; his sister E. McQuagge, and sister, Marianna Chapel with Rev. Scott Byrd and were his grandchildren and
6972 FloridalGeorgiaHwy. Lisa Arenas (husband Alyne McQuagge Pitman. Funeral Home Rev. Gary Armstrong offi- great grandchildren. Sonny
Havana, Florida 32333 Bonn) of Calhoun, FL; Lottie loved First Presby- 3960 Lafayette Street ciating. Burial will be 1:30 was a member of Blue
1.850.539.4300 Eight grandchildren Royce, terian Church, and at her Marianna, Florida 32446 p.m., at Pinecrest Memori- Lodge of Cantonment,
www.faithfuneralhome.com Peyton, Tori, Lea, Ryan, death she was the longest Phone 850-526-5059 al Gardens in Marianna, Florida, and 32? Scottish
Kelli, Amanda and Sarah; serving member of that FL. Rite and Shaddai Shriners
James Ronald three great grandchildren congregation, having Sa u l G af Family will receive in Panama City, Florida
JamIe n- Noah, Levi and Conner. joined the church in 1930 friends at the James & He was preceded in
Edge mes & i at the age of IO. She served Lipford Funeral Home in death by his parents, and
Sjames & Si her church in numerous Samuel "Sam" J. Graf, 84, Graceville, 5 p.m. until 7 son Guyland Dale Wise.
ames Ronald Edge, 63 of Funeral Home capacities, including Presi- of Cottondale passed away p.m., Sunday. Sonny leaves behind to
H nal d aw Maddox Chapel dent of the Women of the on Thursday, April 10, 2014 Preceded in death by pa- treasure his memory, his
Havr sdaF, pased awa 4278 LafayetteStreet Church, Circle Chairman in Northwest Florida Hos- rents, one brother Winifred wife Janet Wise, his chil-
on Th day, April 10,2014 Marianna, Florida 32446 and chairman of several pital in Chipley. White. dren Pamela(Larry)
Hospital. 850.482.2332 committees of the Presby- Mr. Graf was born on Survivors include his Eckhoff, Leanne Wise,
The funeral service will terian Women's Council. Pittsburg, PA on December wife Katie K. White, Hart- Loriann (James) King all of
be at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, Lottie was wonderful about 23, 1929 the late John and ford; children, Donald Pensacola, Jamie (Laura)
April 13, 2014 at Thomas visiting ill and elderly Ida Graf. He has been a res- Wayne White (Beverly), Gilbert of Round Rock, TX,
Memorial Baptist Church members in the hospital, ident of Cottondale for Slocomb, Wanda K. and Heather(Brian) Culvey
in Quincy, FL. His family nursing home or in their over 35 years moving here Braswell (Gary), Bonifay, of Burna, KY. Two sisters,
will receive friends from 6 homes. She lived across the from Fort Myers, FL and Michael Scott White Kaye Bragg .of Marianna,
till 8:00 p.m on Saturday, street from the then- was retired from The De- (Stacey), Chipley, William and Gwen (Ron) Wilson of
April 12, 2014 at Faith Fu- Marianna Convalescent partment of Transporta- Bradshaw (Lupe), Covington, LA, one brother
neral Home in Havana. Center and for many years tion. Slocomb, Kenneth Brad- Dale Wise of Ashford, AL,
Memorial contribution was known to all there He was preceded in shaw (Shannon), Taylor, eleven grandchildren,
may be made to Thomas from her almost-daily death by his parents, and Karen Lunsford (Jason), Brandon Eckhoff, Brandy
Memorial Baptist Church rounds of the halls. Lottie his loving wife Nancy Jean Malvem; sister Marilyn Myers, Kayla King, Jordan
937 W. Washington St. was also a life member of Graf. Berry(Wyman), Bonifay; King, Madisan King, Alyssa
Quinc F Faith the Marianna Woman's Sam is survived by one fourteen grandchildren, Gilbert, Lauren Grace Gil-
Fune l Home is2 chargh Lottie Club. son Sam Graf, Jr. of three great grandchildren, bert, Peyton Gilbert,-Brad-
Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangements (850-539- McQuagge Fite Lottie was very proud of Cottondale, one daughter several nieces andneph- ley Gilbert, Ty Culvey and
4300 or www.faithfuneralh her family history. Her ma- Irene Rathburn of Missou- ews. J.W. Culvey, three great
ome.com) temal and paternal ances- ri, and one granddaughter Expressions of sympathy grandchildren, Taylor
nwas bo onAuus Lottie McQuagge Fite, tors were 19th Century pio- Kristina Grafof.Cottondale. maybe made online at Eckhoff, Trey Eckhoff and
Ron was orn o ndogust 94, passed away on April neers in Jackson and Wash- A time of remembrance www.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com Trenton Eckhoff, a special
e, 1 n the an o, FL. 10, 2014, at Jackson Hospi- ington Counties and Lottie will be held for Sam on Marianna Chapel sister-in-law and brother-
Ede oand thelate Christinoy tl after a brief illness was especially proud of the Monday, April 14, 2014 in FuneralHome in-law Joanna and Ronny
Porter Edgeand Ron was tine Lottie was a lifelong resi- fact that her great-great the Marianna Chapel Fu- 3960 Lafayette Street Howard and a host of fami-
Pfith merber of Tonas a dent of Marianna,graduat- grandfather, father, moth- neral Home from 6:00 P.M. Marianna, Florida 32446 ly and friends.
Menorial Baptist Church g from Marianna High er, sister and niece all held to 8:00 P.M. Phone850-526-5059 Funeral services for Son-
(Meol ed Bis Church School in 1938 afterawhich public office in Jackson Marianna Chapel Funer- ny will be held at 12:00
He d u she attended Florida State County. Her mother, Thel- al Home is in charge of ar- P.M. on Monday, April 14
ly e tauht Sn ay. College for Women (now ma Anderson McQuagge, rangements. 2014 in the Marianna
Schoofor many year He FSU).She then married the s the first woman to Expressions of sympathy Chapel Funeral Home with
was a man of many talents, love of her life, John Burton hold elective office (Tax As- may be submitted online at Rev. Bill Hodge officiating.
Heloved cooking and shar- Fite, a Tennessean known sessor)inthecounty www.mariannachapelh.comBurialwill foowin Lipford
andhis foodamiy, he s friends t all as "JB," who The family extends spe- James & Sikes Funeral Cemetery with Marianna
and family, he was also a predeceased her aftemore cial thanks and apprecia- Home Chapel Funeral Home di-
was once a manager of the an50years ofmarriage tion to the staff and admin- Maddox Chapel recting. Family will receive
was once a manager of the As awife, daughter, moth- istration at Marianna 4278 Lafayette Street friends 11:00 A.M. until
year at the Arby's Restau- er sister, grandmother and at Marianna 4278 Lafayette Street friends 11:00 A.M. until
year at he Arby's Renaged. Mostau- sistof er, grandother d Health and Rehabilitation Marianna, F 32446 time of service.
a he oed s od fe care giver, Lottie led a Center for the loving care .850.482.2332 Grateful thanks to the
all he loved his Lord, wife, blessed life of love and Lottie received there. staff of Internal Medicine,
children andchurch. He service t an extended Funeral services will be www.jaesandsikesfuneralhomes.com Gentiva Home Health and
te the family wich included, but at 3 p.m. Monday, April 14, Covenant Hospice, the 3rd
Postal Service where he is certainly not limited to 2014 at the FirstPresbyteri- Ron eL. Floor and Respiratory Staff
was a mail carrier. : on EFite (wife Churchwith Rev Dr. ie GuyM ltn of Jackson Hospita for
He is survived byhis wife ynn),John M: Mac Fite Ted Land officiating. Burial White, their love, care-and con-
Doris Edge of Havana; his (wife Celia), and daughter: will follow in Riversideu cern during his illness.
sons Doug Edge of Havana Donna Fite Moore; six 11 cer during his iness.
and Emory Singletary (wife aaa onna ie oore sx Cemetery with James & Ronnie "Ron" L. White,. Expressions of sympathy
Susie) of Panama City; grandch en: Tara Ri Sikes Funeral Hoe Mad- 67 of Slocomb, AL went to Guy Milton "Sonny" may be submitted online at
daughters Annette Turner cardson, Tracy Brown, dox Chapel directing. :his heavenly home Satur- Wise, II 73of Marianna www.mariannachapelfh.com.
(husband Jerry) of Fitzger- i etelBano, Shelley The family will receive da, April 12, 2014. entered into eternal rest on
and, o Fite-Hinkel, Lee Dunaway friends one hour prior to. Mr. Ronnie was born on Friday, April 11, 2014 at
eatteo, G and Donna andWill Dunaway and five services at the church. July 31, 1946 in Hartford,, Jackson Hospital in Ma-
of Riverview, FL; wo great-grandchilden: Emily Inlieuofflowers,thefam- AL, to the late Lealond and rianna after an extended
brothers Donnie Edge (wife Richardsonor Cameron and ily hasrequestedthat me- Elouise Pennington White illness. Artistic Designs Unimited Inc.
Shirle) of St Clou F Conr Banco, Jl and morial gifts to irst Presby- A retired DSISecurity ffi- He was borin Maian- Artisc Designs imited Inc.
and Jay Edge (wife Kim) of Vvian Dunaway, and Solo- terian Church: be consid- cer, he was a member of na, FL on February 21, 1941 9 Local Fsonst and Giftsna
and Jay Edge (wife Kim) of mon and August Fite- ered. Pleasant Hill Baptist to the late Guy M. and 2911Jefferson St. Marianna
Hinkel. Lottie was Expressions of sympat -Chrc in Slocom, AL. Erline Toole Wise. Sonny 850-372-4456
predeceased by her pa- maybe made online at meral service willbe enjoyed, ting, fisg Michael's Toggery
rents, W. A. McQuagge and www.amesandsikesfuneralhomes.com held 10 a.m., Monday, April farming, woodworking, Funeral Appropriate Attire
Thelma Anderson 14 Pleast H a Cipo thletis. The 2878erson Plea t rson St. Marianna
McQuagge; brother, Dr. A. Baptist Church in Slocomb pride and joy of his life 850-482-8647,


F L continued his display Lof ing, no charges had been Feb. 14 traffic accident on She was taken to Tallahas-
0 aggression, filed. JL Caverns Road that caused see Memorial Hospital for
-- At that point, Jackie shot A statement from the incapacitating injure treatment.
From Pge A Jamie te i h leg with a office of Sheriff Glenn H. From Page to Craven, who was not Craven returned to work
got out of his vehicle. The semi-automatic handgun. Kimbrel said that agency, of charges at the time they wearing a seat belt. after recovering from her
verbal argument that en- The wounded Reagan and the State Attorney's are filed unless they are re- Craven was westbound injuries.
sued became heated, and brother Jamie was flown Office will review the case lated to allegations involv- behind the wheel of a 2004 Court records indicate
Janie Reagan was asked to to Bay Medical Center for "in an effort to determine ing illegal drugs or child Toyota Sienna when the that on the night of the
leave multiple times, but treatment. The shooter if charges are appropriate abuse, but that Craven vehicle traveled into the crash, Craven's blood alcd-
refused to do so. was taken to the county or if the case falls under volunteered the informa- north ditch, struck a cul- hol level was 0.168, more
Jackie Reagan Jr. fired Sheriff's Office, where the protection of theFlor tion Thursday, McDaniel vertand overturned, said' than twice that of 0.08, the
two warning shots, but he gave his statement .of ida Stand Your Ground said. Lt. Steven Preston of the legal limit for those over
his brother allegedly events. As of Friday morn- Law." The charge came after a Florida Highway Patrol. theage of21.


M ay D y He has the backing of row, I had to reach to the tion, he said, and some will
S ~ law enforcement in this kids. They hear about you, go to cover expenses for
From Page lA event, he said, including andtheywatch you. Some- theevent.
the Graceville police chief. times things happen in Entry to the event is free.
better known as DJ EZ- Jackson County Fire Res- your life for different rea- But there's a youth dance
Black in some circles. Hired cue will be there, he said, sons, but you can get back contest, and that costs $5
often in Jackson County to to provide support, on track, and that means to enter.
spin discs at teen parties "It means something making amends. I've made There's a car show con-
and other gatherings, Jones to me to now be working contact with some of the test that also costs $5 to
said his life.looks a lot dif- with the guys who used people 'I've wronged, and enter, in the categories of
ferent now from how itdid p to chase me," Jones said. maybe I can't always, go best sound, best interior
in the late 1990s and early "It hasn't been an easy back and make things and best overall look. The
2000s. He said petty theft path I've had to make in right directly back to them. cars can'be new or old. The
kept him behind bars for getting to where I know I But you can show your sound category is loosely
eight years, some of that 'lneed to be, but it has been apologies by reaching out. defined, with engine growl,
time served in Florida and a journey I wouldn't trade. There's always someone speaker system and such
some in Alabama. I think about all the dumb who's not going to believe being considered. The win-
"I ended up getting in mistakes I made, things I that I've changed, but you net in each category of the
some trouble at a young I did with life-changing re- have to show what you're car contest takes home the
age. I got caught up in sell- sults I couldn't see all the made of anyway because money collected in entry
ing drugs. I did some minor way down the road, and actions speak louder than fees for that category.
theft in that part of my life. SUBMsTTED PHOTO it's something I don't want words. I have zeal to come Musician Willy Mac will
I say $20 cost me 10 years," -Samuel Jones has organized a May Day event at the other kids to do. I don't back and make a difference perform R&B and South-
he said, pointing out that Campbellton Park, set for May 10 from noon until 7 p.m. A want them to face down in my community." er. soul tunes, and Jones
the time he spent in prison native of the Campbellton area, Jones said he's hosting the felony charges the rest of Jones now lives in Tal- .said he is working on some
for stealing, and in dealing event as a way to "give back" and to atone for a troubled past. their lives like I've had to lahassee but spends a lot other entertainment as
with the aftermath, cost do.. I had to change the of time in Jackson County well.
him a decade of freedom He expects to emcee his events in other Jackson people, places and things with family and friends. He Jones said he will be do-
to build his future. event in Campbellton with County communities. that I was surrounded by said he feels great satisfac- ipg some lottery-ticket
Jones said his life is now the help of some other DJs Jones said he felt that in my old life. tion in being able to make giveaways, with those who
back on track and that he he's lined up to participate, taking action to encour- "In 2006, when I finished his mother proud these attend receiving a gate
put together the May Day The park is on U.S. 231 age young people to stay probation, I made a turn. days, instead of watching admission ticket with a
event as a way to share in the Campbellton area, on the right path is his I turned all thel energy I'd her have to walkin and out number that, when called,
with his community and not far from the Brown- way of apologizing to the been using in the wrong of locked doors to see him. allows the holder to reach
show them the new path town community where community for his early way into something posi- As for the May 10 event, in a bagand pull out an en-
he's walking. Jones grew up, about mid- misdeeds. Words, he said, tive. I opened businesses, Jones said that vendors velope containing a lottery
In the time he's been way between Campbellton can only go so far. He has I made myself a reputa- can buy space at $25 for no ticket. You must be present
back in mainstream soci- and Graceville. He said he held community events at tion as a DJ, and if I can electricity or for $35 with to win, Jones said.
ety, Jones has built several hopes to make this an an- the Graceville Civic Center help shape one life to stay hook ups, but those spaces Children will be given
businesses and has made a nual event there, and that and at other locations and right, that would mean the are limited, he said. A por- opportunities to win food
reputation for himself as a he is tryingto organize sim- plans to expand his reach world to me. I knew that, if tion of the money will be prizes from the vendors on
private-partyDJ. ilar but differently named as time goes on. I wanted to change tomor- donated to an organza- site, Jones said.



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"18A SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 2014 SmA IE JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com


Multiple organ recipient, 3, tries for normal life
The Associated Press l Disease Control and Pre- teibe is expensive; so is the
vention shows that about gasoline needed to drive
TAMPA Adonis Ortiz 1,800 American babies are to and from Miami every
is like any other 3-year-old born with gastroschisis ev- week, she said.
boy. ery year. The cause is un- A donation page was
He wears light-up sneak- known, although it is more set up for Adonis' fam-
ers with "Cars" characters common in babies born to ily through the Children's
on them. He loves play- younger mothers, accord- Organ Transplant Associa-
ing with his mom's smart- aing to the Children's Hos- tion with a goal of $30,000
phone and rolling around pital of Philadelphia. The to help cover the cost of
outside with the family long-term prognosis can his surgery and any future
dog. When he turns 4, his be "very good," accord- treatments Adonis might
parents will put him on ing to the hospital's web- need. So far the page has
a T-ball team; he already site, but babies born with collected about $2,400.
plays the game in the fam- severe 'intestinal damage But money is not Arace-
ily's living room with an like Adonis need to lis' biggest worry right
inflatable bat and a tennis be watched closely. now, she said.
ball. Aracelis said she and When she and Adonis
The only visible differ- her husband have started are at the grocery store or
ences between Adonis and looking into preschools some other public place,
any other little boy is his THEASSOCATEDPRESS for Adonis, where teach- people fawn over him and
feeding tube connected Adonis Ortiz, 3, laughs with his mom, Aracelis Ortiz, in their home in Tampa. Adonis had a five- ers will be trained to ad- feel sorry for him when
to a "Toy Story" backpack organ transplant last year at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami.The two still travel to Miami dress his needs. She said they see his feeding tube
that he carries at all times once a week for his appointments. she hopes to return to her or surgical mask.
and the twisting, pur- nursingjob, which she quit Aracelis hates that, she
plish scar on his stomach trude through a small hole had a big old smile on his cations weaken his im- during Adonis' months of said. He's riot sick al-
from his surgery last year. near the umbilical cord. face," Aracelis said. mune system, so he wears treatment and recovery in though she has to work
Adonis made interna- It was too dangerous Adonis was allowed to a mask when he goes out Miami. hard to keep him from be-
tional news in October to operate. while she was come home to Tampa in in public, his mother said. Insurance didn't cover all comingill again.
when he received a five- pregnant, A:acelis said, late February, but every Aracelis keeps a big jug of the costs ofAdonis' proce- "I never treated him like
organ transplant in Miami. so just hours after Adonis' Wednesday he and his hand sanitizer on a table dure, and bills still are roll- a sick kid," she said. "I
Now that he is recovering, birth he underwent :his mother make the almost by the front door of their ing in, Aracelis said. The' honestly think that's why
he has been able to return first surgery to place his: five-hour drive to Miami house. He can't go to the special milk Adonis con- he came out the way he
to his Tampa home and intestines back inside his for follow-up doctor vis- park because he could be sumes through his feeding did."
begin livingthelifehispar- body. Shortly afterward, it its on Thursday morn- exposed to germs from
ents, Aracelis and Exmir was apparent the org a ings. Adoriis doesn't mind, other children, so Aracelis
Ortiz, always envisioned. were too damaged to func- though, Aracelis said. He's hopes the Make-A-Wish
"Here at home, he can tion properly and Adonis used to doctors by now. Foundation grants Adonis'
do whatever he wants," would need a transplant. "He gives them high- request for a swingset for
Aracelis Ortiz said. After several other pro- fives," she said. the backyard. :
In his three years, Adonis cedures and months on Adonis will need the His doctors say heis re-
has had more than 20 sur- a transplant list, Adonis feeding tube until he covering well, and as long
gicalprocedures and spent received a new liver, pan- learns how to eat solid as he continues to do so
only about nine months at creas, stomach, and small food, Aracelis said. Lately there is a chance he won't
home, his mother said. He and large intestines at he has practiced eating a need another transplant
was born with gastroschi- Jackson Memorial Hospi- few teaspoons of pudding, when h~ i's older, Aracelis
sis, a birth defect where tal on Oct. 28. yogurt or Jell-O. said.
the abdominal organs pro- "And four days later he His anti-rejection medi- Data from the Centers for

State Briefs
Family of man who Ex-police officer when she was trampled FolloUS on
died in custody sues faces federal charges by gate-crashers at the Facebook
Ultra Music Festival has
KEYWEST The family WEST PALM BEACH been released from the
of a Michigan man who A former South Florida hospital.
died at a hospital while police officer faces federal Ericka Mack suffered a
in police custody has charges for allegedly sell- skull fracture and a bro-
sued the city of KeyWest ing prescription drugs ken leg when the crowd
in federal court, claim- while on duty. tried to push its wayinto
ing excessive force killed The U.S. Attorney's ted to p ush its way intoi fes-
the unarmed man and Office said Ffidayith the electronic musifes-
that officers conspired to Dewitt McDonald of tival in downtown Miami
cover up the death. The Wellington faces one on March 29. Jackson County
lawsuit filed Friday says felony count of carrying Her attorney tells The Floridan
Charles Eimers died "in a firearm during and in Miami Herald that Mack
a horrifying way" and relation to a drug-traf- is showing signs of im-
names 12 officers con- ficking crime. McDonald provement but she's still
'nected to the case. is scheduled to make his suffering pain;
A state investigation first court appearance Eric Isicoff says Mack
into Eimers' Dec. 4 death Tuesday in Fort Lauder- has no memory of being
is pending, and the medi- dale federal court. He trampled, and doctors
caj examiner's final au- faces up to life in prison if aren't sure if Mack's
t6psy report has not been convicted. memory will be restored.
released. Attorney Darren The Palm Beach Post Miami city officials are
Horan tells The KeyWest' reports that McDonald debating whether the
Citizen that Eimers' served 18 years with the music festival should be
familywant answers to West Palm Beach Police allowed to return.
unresolved questions Department before he The city commission
about his death almost a was fired in August. is scheduled to discuss a
week after a Thanksgiving
Day traffic stop. Guard trampled at va from Bayfront Park at-
Smith said htte o uey ld nShnt Ultra released its meeting April 24.
Scomment on pending MIAMI- A security
litigation. guard severely injured From wire reports








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High School Basebal


Johnson lifs Pirates past Padgett, Tigers

BY DUSTIN KENT be matched up with Altha. but the senior pitcher had con- Colten
dkent@jcfloridan.com Blake Johnson helped deliver trol issues and had a pitch in the Mclntosh (13)
the win for Sneads with. one of dirt get by the backstop to allow throws from
GRACEVILLE--TheSneadsPi- his top pitching efforts of the Walker to score, with the throw secondto
rates locked down the No. 2 seed year, going 6 1/3 innings and back to Sneads covering at the first baseman
in the upcoming District 2 tour- giving up one earned run on six plate getting by him to allow El- Dustin Sneads
nament Friday night, holding off hits and three walks with seven ligson to score as well to cut the (10) for a
a late charge by the Graceville strikeouts to earn the decision. deficit to one run. double play
Tigers to take a 4-3 victory. Johnson took a4-1 lead into the After a walk to Brandon Pip- in the game
The teams came in tied in the seventh inning before Gracev, pin, Sneads came up with a big between
district standings at 8-3 behind ille rallied with singles by Ethan strikeout of Jarrett Brogdon for Sneads and
undefeated Wewahitchka, with Walker and Denny Elligson and a the second out, but Hudson For- Graceville
the Pirate.s' win clinching the walk by Jared Padgett to load the syth was then hit by a pitch to Friday night.
runner-up spot and a first-round bases with one out. load the bases back up. Sneads won
matchup with last-place Cotton- Sneads coach Pat Jones then
dale, while the Tigers will likely went to Dustin Sneads in relief, See PIRATES, Page 2B KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN



MHS PLAYERS SIGN WITH UNION soball












KRISTIE CLOUD/FLORIDAN
Brooke Williams (25) runs to second base as Bonnie Bigale (24)
catches the ball in a game between Sneads and Marianna earlier
this season.

Lady 'Dawgs snap


SHS win streak
BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
The Mariann, Lady Bulldogs got a bit of payback against
their Jackson County rivals Friday night in Sneads, aveng-
SUBMITTEDPHOTO ing an earlier loss to the Lady Pirates with a 9-4 win thanks
STanner (center left) and Quay Brigam (center right) both signed with to a big late-game rally.
e Brigam Marianna trailed 4-1 through five innings but fought back
SUnion College in Barbourville, Ky., during a ceremony held April 9 in the with three runs in the top of the sixth to tie it up, and then
SMHS library. Their families were present to celebrate the occasion. Both boys scored five in the seventh to pull away.
were 4-yar starters at MHS. The win salvages a season split for the Lady Bulldogs after
were 4-year starters at MHS. falling to Sneads 6-3 on March 7 in Marianna and snaps a
16-game winning streak for the Lady Pirates.
S"It's a great feeling to get the win over there, especially
against a team that has been on such a winning streak,"
SLady Bulldogs coach Scott Wiggins said after the game.
ioia a :T. "They've got a really good ballclub, so Ihope this gives us
Ssome momentum leading into the district tournament. It's
s.et just huge for our players and their confidence going into
D o res s Indi te b ak to the playoffs to beat such a quality opponent as Sneads."
Sneads took control early on with two runs in the first
BY DUSTIN KENT Cameron Ragsdale got the win out to pull Lewis in favor of JJo inning and two more in the second, but the Lady Pirates
dkent@jcfloridan.com for the Commodores for pitching Durden. could have had much more, leaving five runners stranded
a scoreless seventh inning, with Bartlett immediately greeted over those first two innings and leavingthe door open for a
o days after the Chipola Indi- Taylor Lewis starting and taking him with a double to left to score MHS rally.
ans moved back into a first-place the loss for the Indians after giving Durham before striking out Ed- The comeback began in thetop of the sixth whenAlli-Ann
tie with Gulf Coast State, the Com- up five earned runs on 10 hits and wards swinging to end the inning. Bigale singled and scored on a hit by Kayleigh Temples, and
modores sent them right back into three walks with eight strikeouts The Indians briefly had life in Yazmine Bellamy followed with a two-RBI single to score
the- second spot with a 5-3 win in in 7213 innings. the bottom of the ninth when an Temples and Faith Moore to tie the game 4-4.
the second of a two-game set Fri- :: Gulf Coast got to Lewis early on error by Edwards in centerfield al- In the seventh, Reagan Oliver led off with a walk and Bi-
day afternoon at Chipola Field. with three runs on three hits in the lowed Jason Sierra to reach second gale followed with a single, with a walk to Lexie Basford two
Gulf Coast broke open a 3-3 tie first inning, as Nick Flair opened base with two outs, but Koziol got batters later loading the bases with one out for Temples,
with a two-run top of the eighth i the scoring with an RBI single to Kyle Moore to strike out swinging
innig via RBI doubles by Chan- score Woody Edwards, and Chris- to end the game. See STREAK, Page 2B
dler Durham ard Max Bartlett, tian Williams following witha two- Dalton s Kelley started on the ...
with Ryan Koziol coming on in the RBI single to make it 3-0. mound for Gulf Coast and went
bottom of the dighth and closing it Chipola answered with two runs six innings, giving up three earned M H S M B
out with two scoreless innings of in the bottom of the first on a pair ruins on four hits and four walks
-relief. : of RBfl I sacrifice flies by Ian Rice with four strikeouts.
The win improved the Commo- and Josh Merrigan, and tied it up Williams, Koziol, and Trevor Da-
dores to 11-3 in the Panhandle in the econd inning on a bases- vis all had two hits each to lead the
Conference, a full game ahead of loaded walk to Danny Mars that Commodores, while Edwards was
the 10-4 Indians with Six league forced Taylor Mauck t:o the: plate. 1-for-3 with two walks and a run.
games left to play. That's where the score remained Mars was 1-for-2 with two
Chipola does own the tiebreaker until the: eighth inning when ii:a Wvalks and an RBI for Chipola,
between the teams, but afterFri :r- one-out single by Tevin Johnson with Cody Lanford adding a hit
day's loss the Indians now need set up Durham's two-out RBI dou- and a run, and Chase Scott, Jacky
help in order to win the confer- ble to make it 4-3 and get Chipola Miles, Jr. and Moore also getting
ence championship., coach JeffJohnson out ofthe dug- hits.






lan Rice (14)
tags the runner
at home for the
out in the game KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN
against Gulf T on Michael Edge (15)is hit by a pitch in the
Coast Friday game against Pensacola Catholic Friday
KRISECLOUD/FLORIDAN night. The Crusaders beat the Bulldogs 6-0.


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But Eli Miller followed Forsyth singled and
with a ground ball to third scored on a ground ball
that the Pirates' Chris by Walker, but Sneads
I'd like to preserve the extra buck, which I usually my "friends" who returned Greene scooped up and got the run back in the
myth that trout fishing do, seeing as how I haven't home early stole my tagged the base for the sixth when Trent Moats
is a mysterious, ethe- eaten crickets (living or crickets. The bargain bugs force out to end the game. walked and scored on an
real thing only fly fishing dead) since I was four. of which I was so proud The Tigers fell just one RBI double to right field
experts can master, but I Mentally challenged returned to south Georgia hit short bf extending by Greene.
can't. Far too many people though I am, I arrived at a where, at my expense, or possibly winning the Josh Taylor also had a
have seen me on trout solution to these dilem- they were no doubt hap- game, but GHS coach hit and two walks, with
streams with a cricket r mas prior to my last high- pily and guiltlessly fed to Bryant Hardy said that Moats getting a hit, a
tube clipped to my fishing BobKorns Wg y country fishing excursion. bedding bluegill. Back in his team didn't do enough walk, and scoring twice.
vest. Outdoors Colunist I purchased 150 crickets the mountains, 17 bucks from start to finish to get Padgett started on the
I never fish for trout ing, say, 5000 crickets at for $5 in a local bait shop (100 replacement crickets the victory. mound for Graceville and
without crickets, at least $5.00 a hundred amounts and simply carried them AND a new cage) later, I "We didn't hit the ball. took just his second dis-
in a back-up role. I'll put to $250 in a 36-hour with me. True, I listened to resumed fishing. That was the one thing trict 'loss of the season,
a live bug on a hand-tied time period. Subtract the their incessant "singing" I know, I know. I prob- we had to do and we giving up four runs one
dry fly in a heartbeat, wholesale cost and less for nearly 400 miles, but, ably deserved it. I real- didn't do it. That's what earned on two hits
Heck, when I'm really fish than ten bucks worth of hey, a bargain is a bargain, ize I have a tendency to it boils down to," he said. and five walks with eight
hungry I'll shun flies al- fuel and, to me, that still Actually I felt rather smug beat dead horses and get "We swung at some bad strikeouts in five innings.
together and fish crickets seems pretty good, espe- and quite proud of myself, stuck in righteous wrath pitches and looked at Elligson pitched the fi-
"nekkid." I have no shame. cially three or four days despite the fact it took mode. I'm also guilty (call some called third strikes. nal two innings, allowing
Trouble is, crickets can a week. Of course, such nearly 20 years for this it advancing age or vocal We just didn't get it done two hits and striking out
be mighty hard to come by a thing does cut into the economic advantage to diarrhea) of expounding at the plate." three.
in remote locations. And, time spent sitting around dawn on me. upon the Same subject Graceville finished with "I thought Padgett
when you can find them the shop chewing tobacco My eight fishing bud- over and over again.'Les- six hits as a team, with pitched a heck of a
at all, they tend to be quite and drinking beer with dies, with whom I was son learned. Padgett doubling and game," Jones said. "We
expensive, one's buddies. All a matter sharing a mountain hide- Still, guys, don't you drawing two iwalks, Pip- got some runs because
Live bait purveyors of priorities, I suppose. away for a week, agreed think tactfully telling me pin going 1-for-2 with we were just able to put
in the mountains are a The few enterprising that I was brilliant and to shut up would have two walks, arid Elligson the ball in play and put a
different breed. Take one proprietors who do keep insightful. They also sup- sufficiently put me in my and Forsyth each getting little pressure on them to
old fellow I know for an the chirping insects in ported my views when I place? Was cricket larceny a hit and scoring once, make some plays."
example. I once asked stock have something of mounted my soapbox and really necessary to make while Walker had a hit, an Graceville will ,finish
him for 100 crickets and a cricket monopoly, and lamented poor business your point? RBI and a run. up the 'regular season
received a matter-of-fact they know it. There's a practices and cricket price Most importantly, don't The Pirates only have with home games against
reply. place on Lake Burton, for gouging. They listened to you think I am entitled four hits themselves, Marianna on Tuesday
"Ain't got none," he said. instance, that will gladly me brag, rant and rave for to reparation? The way I scoring in the second in- and Bethlehem on Friday,
"Used to carry'em, but sell me crickets for $12 a three days, after which see it, I have $22 and an ning after an error and while Sneads ends up
they sell out too dang fast. hundred. That's 12 cents my audience, and their apology coming. Iwont be tacking on two more runs with away games against
They'll be gone in a day per cricket, y'all. Or, if you patience, appreciably a sticklerover those two in the third on an RBI Arnold on Tuesday and
and a half and I hafta drive prefer, almost a dollar dwindled. Shallow minds, cans ofVyeenees but that single by Hunter Johnson Godby on Friday.
22 miles to get some more. for every eight that die or it seems, have short atten- would be a nice gesture as
Just ain't worth it." escape. That means I have tion spans when it comes well. .
Now, I'm no mathemati- to do without two whole to important issues. Please remit within the loss for Sneads, giving
cian and I'm a lousy busi- cans ofVyeenees in my They also have warped 30 days orI'm naming up two earned runs on 11
nessman, but I'm think- knapsack or cough up that senses of humor.Two of names. hits and three walks in
.-, ... : *From Page 1B seven innings.
who hit a fly ball to right "It was a game that we
TUESDAYNIGHT MIXED WEESDAYfield to allow Bigale to really had and just kind
TESDAY MORNING CO E LEAGUE Ap8. W-L Api tag from third base and of let our foot Off the
TEAM STANDINGS 1) X-Men 78.5-45.5 1) Smith's Supermarket 79.5-405 come home for the go- gas and Marianna kept
TESTANDIN8 2) We're Bak 75-49 2) Hump Day 75a 45playing," SHS coachKel-
April 8, 3) Jason's Crew 71-53 3) P.C.B.D.T. : 66.5-53.5 ahead run. aying," SHScoach Kel-
W-L 4) Backwoods Bowlers 69-55 4) Kindel Pro Shop 66-54 After an error allowed vin Johnson said. "They
1) Downhone Dental 8444 5) Ba-Zin-Ga 64.5-595 5) KIndel Awards 65-55Oliver to score the sixth started hiin it
2) Verizon 81-47 6) James Gang 57.5-66.5 6) Big Lots 63-57 Oliver to score the sixth started really hitting it
3) Gazebo 79.5-48.5 7)Deadwood 55.5-68.5 7) 2 Pair of Nutz 61-59 MHS run of the night, and I thought the bottom
4) Kindel Awards 73.5-54.5 8) Oak Creek Honey Bees 52-72 8) Marianna Wash & Wax 55-65
5) Jims Buffet & Grill 68-60 9) Brantley's Bunch 51-73 9) 4 Shades of Grey 52-68 Bellamy struck a two-RBI of their lineup was re-
6) James & Sikes 65-63 10)El Rio .46-78 10) Whiskey Throttle 52-68 hit to bring Basford and ally key for them. We just
7) Family Dentistry 57-71 High Team Hdcp. Game: Brantley's Bunch 1032 11) James Gang 43-77 .e-
8) Marianna Animal Hospital 56-72 High Team Hdcp. Series: Brantley's Bunchi2961 12) E J Sound Machine 42-78 Moore home to make it didn't hit it very well; cer-
9)Pacers 55-73 High Game Scratch: Dale Reynolds 189; Jeff Kindel- 'High Team Hdcp. Series: Kindel Pro Shop 2906 8-4, with Bonnie Bigale tainly not aswell as we've
High Tehm Hdcp. Game: James & Sikes 940 spire 267 High Team Hdcp. Game: Hump Day 989Hge BTa Hdcp wl a in.g
High Team Hdcp. Series: James & Sikes 2732 High Series Scratch: Dale Reynolds 489; Jeff High Game Scratch: Ashlee Walker 203; Jason 300 doubling home Bellamy been hitting.
High Game Scratch: LuAnn 211; Brian Ouzts 245 Kindelspire 700 High Series Scratch: Ashlee Walker 521; Jason 783 for he final run of the "We just didn't play
High Series Scratch: LuAnn 552; Brian Ouzts 624 Special Pick up: David Swanger- Greek Church game. with a sense of urgency
game. with a sense of urgency
Bellamy finished with like we've been play-
Fishing Report three hits and four. RBIs ing with. We didn't play
to lead the Marianna of- with the urgency we had
Note: Recent heavy rains good. Shellcrackers, in The best ledges are in areas most fish are deep. The fense, with All-Ann Bi- against Chipley and God-
and heavily stained water particular, are biting fairly where there is good brushy best catches will come gale also tallying three by. I didn't think we were
influx may drastically af- well at present. Seek them cover nearby. Crankbaits from ledges in 15 to 25 hits, and-Bonnie Bigale as focused as we were in
fect fishing conditions on in shallow water and fish arid slow-rolled spinner- feet of water. Small jig- and Taniyah Robinson those games. I think Mar-
all area waterways over the live earthworms on the baits are the best lures in ging spoons are good adding two hits each. ianna played with more
next several days. bottom. Hybrids are fair these locations. Also think bait choices. Hybrids are Temples started in the intensity and I think they
Snear creek mouths. They about fishing some of the slow, though some may be circle and gave u four wanted it a little more
Lake Seminole are deep at present and shallow flats with tube caught trolling over shal- unearned runs on six than we did tonight."
Bass are,good. Stump- may be taken on live bait. baits, jigs, and spinnerbaits. low sandbars, hits in four innings, but Brooke Williams and
infested areas have been Grapples have been The best flats contain green Catfish are slow to fair in it was BreannaWillis who Alaynah Weiss each had
productive of late. Grass slow, but are improving, vegetation and have deep isolated spots, got the win for pitching twb hits to lead Sneads,
beds on the Flint River Fish ledges with minnow water nearby. Lake Andrews/ three scoreless innings with Weiss adding an
side have also produced and use jigs for any shal- Bream fishing is good. Chattahoochee River in which she surrendered RBI, and Emily Glover
some pretty good large- low fish you may find in Shellcrackers are biting just one hit and one and Taylor Hussey each
mouths. Also look for bass the creeks and protected well and should remain No report due to ex- walk. finishing with a hit and
to move to the migration areas, reasonably active for a tremely high and stained Brooke Williams took an RBI.
"ditches" later this month. Catfish are fair up the time. Right now they are water conditions.
Use Texas-rigs around Chattahoochee. in 3 to 8 feet of water near Generation schedules, pool levels,
the stumps, paddle-tail live wood structure. Look and other such information for I
wormsnear the hy- Lake Eufaula for bream action to con- area waterways may be obtained
drilla, and Carolina-rigs Bass are good. There are a tinue improving as water Follow the recorded instructions
elsewhere. lot of fish holding on shal- keeps warming. and access the touch-tone for the re a
Bream fishing is fair to low ledges at 8 to 20 feet. Crappies are fair and Apalachicola River System.


CHS girls beat Malone for 3rd straight win Savings
BY DUSTIN KENT "(Hearns) kept us off Cottondale 23-13 on Feb. 18 D t I
dkent@jcfloridan.com balance for a couple of in- before CHS won 7-6 in the Den a
nings, but we were finally secondmeeting March 11.
The Cottondale Lady able to start swinging the The winner of that game prov d ers
Hornets made it three wins bat and make some con- will face the tall task oftak-
in a row Thursday evening tact," Cottondale coach ing on top-seeded Sneads
in Malone, exploding for Mike Melvin said. "We had in the district semifinals,
15 runs in the.final two in- some pretty good hits and but the Lady Hornets'
nings to take a 16-4 six-in- were able to take the lead prospects for getting that j
ning victory. and hold on to it." far seem pretty good com-
Cottondale came into-the KRisTIE CLOUD / FLORIDAN Zoee Warren started in ing in on their best win
game after notching two Zoee Warren (8) pitches for the circle for the Lady Hor- streak of the season.
wins last week over Altha Cottondale in a gameearlier nets and went all six in- "It's good to finish strong
6-4 and Malone 21-1. this season. nings touget the.win, which right here before we go into
The LadyTigers appeared from the circle to a 3-1ead was the seventh of the year the tournament," Meklvin 0 0
en route to redeeming through four innings. for Cottondale. said. "We just need to hit ,
themselves after the lop- But the Lady Hornets fi- The Lady Hornets will the ball and not make errors
sided loss in the first meet- nallybrokethrough against next play in the District 2 (Monday). I feel like-we can
ing, with Jakivia Hearns Hearris, plating nine runs tournament starting Mon- play with them, but we can't
getting it started with a in the fifth inning and-then day in Wewahitchka, open- give them easy runs. We've
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ANNUAL SPRING FARM AND Cemetery lots: Two with vaults in Pinecrest $49.95 ea. 10 or
APCONSTRUCTION Memorial Gardens. Market value $6,080. or
LAPRIL 26, 2014 8:OAM Asking $5,500 OBO. 850-482-3602 mOre $39 95
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S850-263-0473 OFFICE perishable food item will be donated to our
850-258-7652 CHAD MASON local food bank. Anyone that has food dona- I 334-692-3695
850-849-0792 GERALD MASON tions, I can arrange to pick them up. HOME GROWM. FRESH
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WANTEI I FAR & .
Antique Secretary $250. Dining Tbl. Pine House ,
GREEN ACRES FARM CATFISH FARM OPEN $250. China cabinet pine $150. 850-557-8643 A F
Fishing Saturdays Only April- May Dining rm. Table, good cond. 6 chairs w/ leaf,
Channel Catfish $2 lbs Overstocked oval shape $400. 850-526-4264. 3347936690
Hrs. 6am 5 pm (no licence req. )3 a Pe R
(spring fed & delicious) Gun Cabinet: fits in corner, solid oak, holds 10
Buffalo Meat Healthy guns + storage. $350 Call 850-482-3145
(Tender & delicious)
Lunch Specials Upright Freezer-Meduim Size $35; 2 Glider
--Buffalo, Chili Dogs. Rockers $40 each. 850-592-2881
4 mi. E. of Slocomb on Co. Rd. 28 Washer & Dryer $100. ea. or $150 both. Clock Large net wappd rolls $25.
CALL 334-797-4415 Antique wooden England. $100. 850-557-8643 Kendall Cooper Call: E A-jL AMITrl
4 House Cleaning bays and I will sit & takael 334-703-0978 / 334-775-342-3 --- -- ----,-- ---- -
SHouse Cleaning Days and I will sit & take 37 8 F City of Marianna now hiring for a
care of your loved one at night or 33477-3749 E City of Marianna now hiring for a
in all locations. 11 yrs. exp. Electrician, Animal Control/Signage Officer
Ref. avail. 334-718-2637 Good Rates. r ... .................. ......I & Street Maintenance Worker.
; Bahla seed for sale YR &CA AL t eat Bahia seed for s e i. Call 850-718-0326 for details.
'. Cat: Beautiful female Excellent germination with over 40 yrs or depior
adult calico cat. Spayed, experience. Kendall Cooper L EOE/Drug Free Workplace Employer. j
ru' ..*.*...:.....-- *:/* .,.- de-clawed, all shots. Call 334-703-0978,334-775-3423, -- -- -- -
Live Estate Auction Sat.M 4/19/4 /14 Owner is deceased and a or 334-775-3749 Ext. 102 Town Clerk for Campbellton, FL
7AM Preview and STARTS at 8 AM CDT new home isdesperately .................... The Town of Campellton, a drugfree
S205 S. Cove Lane, Panama City, FL 32401. needed. 334-714-3525 workplace, is accepting applications for the
More Information .pfl.om.Hay for sale position of Town Clerk. Municipal experience
More Information www.sospcfl.com. .preferred, but will train. Degree is Business
AU3226, AB2366, AE426. n M arian a preferred, but will consider 2-year degree
German Shepherd puppies: AKC certified with with accounting.. Knowledge of Internet,
papers and shIts. German bloodline. Parents typing, correspondence composition, and a
have excellent temperament. Please call bility ot deal with public are essential.
Allaina 850-388-0110 or Text 850-768-9182. Applicants must be bondable.
'llT TAll0110 or Tt 850-768-9182. Call 850-263-4535 for position description or
German Shepherd Puppies. AKC registered. l J i pick up at 2345 Hwy. 2, Campbellton, or
Parents on site. First shots and wormed. D available One-Stop. Salary is negotiable based on
Ready this week. $500. Call 850-209-3569 ualifications. Resumes may be sent to Town
Call Cell phone of Campbellton, P.O. Box 38, Campbellton, FL
Sheltie: AKC sable male Sheltie puppy born and 32426. Closing date is Monday, April 21.
raised in our loving home. He has 20 CH in his 7- 3-4609
bloodline. At 9 weeks was 3.2 Ibs tiny little boy. I AL &TAN
$500. 334-718-6840 MADDOX FARMS
WANTED German Shepherd Stud: registered Beautiful Bermuda Coastal Hay
_5_ ssess sseenessmee purebreed. Willl offer stud fee, pick of liter Call 334-791-0023
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For Info Call (334) 618-7030 (0 Horeorse Bardng
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Boggy Creek 2007 2011 Toyota Camry
*oAM YM SCHOOLS & INSTRUCTION Skiff Boat, Skinny Water, 1 Beautiful 1 owner lease
50 HP Honda four stroke Has spent it's life in the
DISTRIBUTION CENTER Look ahead to our motor, stainless steel prop, South. Like new Michelin
MARIANNA, FLORIDA fture! Start training Hummingbird GPS 383C tires. Beautiful lightgreen.
SFfuture! Start training color fish finder, Load Mas- Only 19,472 miles. $17,700. Call Stephen before
Now Hiring Full Time FOR TIS r a new carr in ter aluminum trailer, 12 gallon gas tank, Motor it's gone! 334.435.3344.
Bulk Order ier Posit s C E Medical sisting, Guide 54 Ib thrust electric motor, built in tackle Bui 2012 Enclave
Bulk Order Filler Positions COLLEGE Medical Office Admin., boxes, $8700, 334-774-3474 Cell 334-791-1074 Like new with only 16K
Pharmacy Technology, 1L e6
1st, 2nd, and 3rd Shifts & HVAC! Pontoon Boat Bass Tracker 21', like new, 60HP miles. Never wrecked or
Call Fortis College 855-445-3276 Mecury 4 stroke engine, less than 50hrs. on smoked in. PW, PD, power
Competitive Pay and Benefits Package! For consumer info: visit www.fortis.edu motor, built in live well and heavy duty trolling seats, 3rd row seat, dual
motor. $8,500 334-687-2946 climate control. $34,500. Jason 334-791-0432
Please apply in person at: Rhino 2009 Boat md#V176 & all aluminum, Cadillac 1998 Deville: cold AC, 74k miles, serv-
Family Dollar Distribution 17ft. 6", loaded, 70 hp. Suzuki, seat, iced regular, nice car $3,495. Call 334-792-8018
Minnkota Hummingbird, boat is like new, less or 334-792-8827
3949 Family Dollar Parkway, HoUE U ,R H than 15 hrs. contact info: Siq5634@ qmail.com
Serious Inquiries ONLY $15,000. Chrysler 1999 Sebring JX5 Convertible, 139,000
Marianna, Florida 32448 /br 2-cararageoveredfront& craf 1995 mile, engine great condition, some light body
back porch, builtl 21$950. + dep.& ref. Tournament 18' Boat with damage, $2200. Call 334-596-2653 after 4pm.
Must be 18 Years Old. Call85i579-4317 or 8 5-866-15 1995 Mercury 135 HP on Ford 2004 Mustang GT Coupe: black, V8 5
Equal Opportunity Employer Galvanized Trailer. Trolling speed, 99k miles, 6 disc CD, run great $6,000
Drug Free Workplace 3BR/1BA 4183 Myles St Marianna $400. mo. motor and GPS. $6,300.00 OBO Call 334-797-7420
$300. dep. 404-694-5053 770-335-6563 Call 334-695-1117. Honda Accord
Austin Tyler & Co C*P I.. ... TRAL ER 2005 Hybrid, 2 tone
Quality Homes & Apartmentsgray/silver color, 1 owner,
Dental Assistant 526-3355 or austinterco.com 2008 Outback Sydney Edition 32 ft. 98K miles, 30-36 mpg,
Experience preferred. Send resumes to "Proper Maa s ur n ess" Travel Trailer, Series M-32BHDS, sleeps 10, great cond.$9549.
SNew roof, new awning, excellent interior, 334-389-3845 or 334-393-7606.
contact@payneandpaynedentistry.com Unfurnished Mobile Homes, Apartments and $16,500.00, To see, call 334-796-7211 Lexus 2012 RX350: Sharp!
Houses in Graceville. Rentals Houses in Marian- Lexus 2012 RX350: Sharp!
or fax to 850-526-5159 S properties pet friendly. M R E V Clean! Luxurious! Intuitive
na alsoavailable. Some properties pet friendlyparking assist, push-
Call Today 850-263-5753 1985 Comfort 5th wheel Trailer 34th sleeps 6, button start,SmartAccess,

Must b high school wood rot repair $1,200 Call 334-702-1362 ventilated front seats, tire pressure monitor-
us e a g sc l 2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. 2001 Bounder 37ft. 51K mi. ing. 1 owner lease vehicle, clean car fax and
graduate, licensed as a $500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. 300hp, Turbo Diesel, 6 sp. only 23,000 mi. $35,950. Call Jason 334.791.0432
Practical Nurse by the http:// www.charloscountryliving.com. Alison 300 mh auto trins. Lincoln 2003 Towncar
Only $57. to turn on power 4 850-209-8847 7.5 generator, 2-slides, W/D lots of extras. 1997 Cartier Editi: ear
State of Florida, Honda CRV tow car, all tow connections (could white with vinyl top
certified by American Red Cross in I.V. 2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes be included) 334-792-0552 Serious Ing. ONLY!! loaded, 152k miles
fluid therapy. Must have a valid Florida in Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 Pace Arrow 1999 Ford V10 35 ft. Leveling $7,500
Jacks, back up camera, runs good, 86K miles, Call 850-573-2145
driver's license prior to employment.. 2BR 1BA Furn. MH, CH/A, no pets/smoking, Good tires, New battery, awning. .
Must have 1-2 yrs exp as an LPN. Exp. $450 + dep. current credit report ly lease req. $12;500. OBO 334-333-1291 Licoln 20o0 Towncar Signature: FSBO
in corrections facility preferred. 182 AfordRd C'dale 850-638-462/638-6405 original owner, have maintenance recor, 66k
Starting Salary: $31~77.00/yr. 2BR/2BA SW & 3BR/2BA DW in Malone, 5th wheel RV 2008 miles, $9,495. Call for appt. 334-479-0099
CH/A, No pets, security negotiable Section 8 Luxury model 35TMS Lincoln 2008 MKZ: white,
ok. Call 850-594-99S 1 or 850-557-7719
Submit Jackson County employment ok. Call 850-594-9991 or 850-557-7719 exc. cod., nside & chrome wheels, moon
application to: Human Resources Dept br 2 bath located between Grand Ridge and O, 3 slid, i ro heated e
Sneads. $375 includes water, garbage and MBR, 2 AC's, Power seats, 60k miles, original
2864 Madison St, Maanna, FL 32448 monthly pest care. 850-573-0308 everything $26000 owner, very clean. $14,900. Call 334-49433
Ph 850-482-9633. -OBO 334-774-9060. Nissan 1985 300ZX Turbo Looks and runs like
www jacksncountyflnet/ 3BR / 2BA MH in Sneads new. This car has been WELL MAINTAINED and
WWW.a COUntyfl.net/ will pass ANYTHING on the road. Removable T-
EOE/AA/Vet Pref/ADA/ Drug-Free Workplace apppl. included 450/mo. $450 Tops ready for summer. Heads always turn
dep. w/no pets, 850-593-5251 when you pass by. Owned by 50 year old dad
Gp w/ peL, 81 I that has been told to grow up. Car is all original
4! 1 WHEEL J DRIVEand IT IS SUPER QUICK! Loves curves and
3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. 2002 Chev. Trailblazer LTZ- 4WD. Blue, Loaded sticks the corners like only a Z can. 5 speed
NO PETS. CH&A. with all Options: LTH, Power Sun Roof, 17" transmission.$6,200. For more info. 333-6510
Starting at $500 per month Wheels, Bose Radio, Climate Control AC, Pow- Nissan 2010 Altima
Call 850-258-1594
If no answer pCall 8502581594message er Seats, Running Boards, Controls on Steering 2.5S with only 27000 miles!
If no answer please leave messe. Wheel, Tilt, Cruise, Heated Seats, On Sta. No Silvr in colorand SUPER
in C L A Very Clean 3BR/2BA for family of 4 Accidents or Rust, Runs, Looks and Drives CLEAN! Locally owned
Very clean. Water, sewage, garbage and yard Great. $5500. Dothan 334-671-3059. with a clean Carfax! $14,995. Call 334.445.1460
Transportation Shop care provided. No smokers, no pets. l .lIl:T: Toyota 2008 Scion: Gunmetal grey. Runs great!
Mechan S$550 + deposit. Call 850-718-8158. Mechanically sound, 6 cyl. AT. 2-dr. Coupe,
Mechanic Honda 2001 Civic EX: 4 door, 4-Cyl auto, power 110,000 mi. but if you know Toyota's, that is
windows, lock and mirrors, CD, new transmis- low mileage, as they last forever! Black rims,
McLane Company is one of the largest and sion and paint, very clean $4,400 OBO Call 334- lowering kit, tinted windows, spoiler. Ideal
fastest growin nationwide distributors of 7-7420 for someone wanting a cool, SPORTY ride
food and general merchandise products in F ge PERFECT for any single guy or girl! Will defi-
Downtown 4376 Lafayette St.' Ig. space, 2BA nitely get you noticed! $7,200. 334-596-1065.
the country. We are s;eekingn Downtown 4376 Lafayette St. Ig. space, 2BA
the country. We are seeking an Ig. window frontage, pk lot, also beauty shop- 2004 Chrysler Sebring LXI Convertible-Black. Toyota 2012 Camry SE
expericed Tr rtatin Sho w/equip, W&D hook-up $495.727-433-7878 CD Player, Leather Interior, New Transmission, -metallic gray, like new,
Mechanic for our Dothan, AL location. Runs Great, Awesome for summer. $3,000. 1-owner, bought and serviced
S145,000 miles. Contact Chad at 423.943.2530 locally, smoke/pet free, 40K
This position is responsible for performing Ford 1989 Mustang GT: Completely rebuilt from mi. leather, 8 way power
top to bottom, stainless steel exhaust, sunroof seats, climate control,
repairs and routine preventive Ln TPaid $10,242 for parts, SELLING FOR $3,000. keyless entry and more, $17,795.
maintenance on our tractor / trailer fleet. For more details call 334-648-1789. Call 334-494-2892 or 334-393-9014
Previous diesel mechanic experience in a 160 acres in Jackson County on
shop environment is required. Knowledge Ernest Granger Rd.
of air brake systems, AC systems, Detroit Parcial Timber Hunting $2600. per ac.
diesel systems and shop equipment (Sell Full Tract) For details 334-701-6565.
(welder, torch, lifts, etc.) is beneficial.
Also responsible for general cleaning and
upkeep of the shop work areas. Other 2 Houses with Lots for Sale Sneads
duties will be assigned asappropriate and Owner financing Available.

McLane .Company -offers a very G.M. Properties of PC PANAMA CITY BACH CONDO
competitive salary and bonus plan. We RBeach .800-239-2059 2/1.5, Pl, Tens, ub ouse, >
also offer an attractive benefits package Fully Furnished Condos Fully urnished n Fr Rad
consisting of medical, dental, life, vision, && Townhouses
Must Townhoses deedal Itt--
STD, LTD and a very lucrative 401k savings Blue Fin Bass 1998 near Pier Park. $125/Nik $0 C ning
lan -Elimator All Aluminum 2bdrm Gulf front- starting @ $175 nt. 3343006979 r 334- 59
9' Bass Boat, 50 HP force en- 3bdrm Gulf front- starting @ $275 nt.
Qualified applicants should complete gine, galvanized trailer- Portside Resort starting @ $125. nt.
new tires, all in very good 2bdrm Lake front- starting @ $100 nt.
an employment application by condition, 2 live well box- Studios Lake front- starting @ $70 nt.
visiting our website es, 4 new seats, new Humminbird fish finder www.gmpropertles.com W.,.,7 Ey aK .e e '. Y..
$3,995 OBO 828-837-1314 or 828-421-0998
www.mcaneco.com
(click on Careers)
E.0.E.

*) WANTED: MATURE,
DEPENDABLE, BUSINESS-MINDED,
NEWSPAPER CARRIERS

Cottondale
Earn an average of .i
.0 0 g- Florida Panhandle Concrete, LLC
Travis Jones Phillip Uizotte
"Beautification of Your Home" 30+ Years Experience Tree Removal Tree Trimming
Carpentry/Painting Installations Free Estimates/Reasonable Rates Stump Grinding
per month Furniture Repair & Refinishing I House Slabs SidewalksI Insured Free Estimates -
General Repairs Insured Driveways & Pole Barns 593-44 55
BE YOUR OWN BOSS 2 A.M. to 6 A.M. 850-693-5812 850-592-7216
Must have dependable transportation,
minimum liability insurance & valid t* r*r,-.
driver's license. D. Stephens Concrete Services, LLC
Dozer and Excavation Work
Come by and fill out Bid at the Ponds Road Building Demolition. Quality, Affordable Concrete Work and Small TractorWork
Jackson County Floridan, Pine Tree Planting Herbicide Spraying 38Yrs. Experience & Licensed Insured
Fire Line Plowing Burning Residential & Commercial
4403 Consttution Lanne, Mama l 50 6.9-4o2 Bus:850-674-5887
S UClaW eal Cell 850-.82-5055 Owned and Operated by Home: 850-674-5026
clayslandclearing @gmail.com Dewey Stephens Ci: 850-643-1723
HINES TRADING CENTER
FARMERS FURNITURE MARIANNA "The Bait & Tackle Shop"
Now Hiring PT Sales Personnel EWi& USED TIRES Now Open 7 Days a Week
Clean Driving Record I EW. I ..R.WWRT.ll. Pi ..CEI., PH. (850) 593-6346
Clean Background Check 2167 River Rd, Sneads, FL
Please apply in person at TRIPLE
4230-A Lafayette St Marianna. E0E s3
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We to w eautM= Lawn Service
Merchandiser fde1Ia.t Lae
AMERICAN GREETINGS is looking for Affordble Prices Free Estimates
Greeting Card Merchandisers in Marianna, FL. 850.526.1700 ordle ic
You will ensure the greetinig card department Hours: Mon-Fri 7-5 Sat 7-1 (850) 93- 97
is maintained. Apply online at: WorkatAG.com 2978 Pierce Street (behind Tim's Florist) _.,,__ _










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2007 Yamaha V Star 1300 Touring: 10,500 miles,
new tires, many extras, black & chrome, wind-
shield & bags $5900 Cash Only. Call 931-303-
" Ann Jones
2011 Harley Davidson Super Glide Custom Owner/Broker, REALTOR
cool blue pearl & vivid black, garage kept, SU SOUTH P R P I
11K mi. Driving lights, passenger back rest, SUNY SOUTH PROPERTIES 850-209-9077
luggage rack, quick release windshield, 4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446 Call Us For All Your
anit-theft system with /pager, cruise pegs, oil (850) 526-2891 Real Estate Needs
pressure gauge, dust cover included SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER
$12,900 334-598-0061 Absolutely Original!! SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER 3/2 Brick home close
to town in Marianna.
r Debbie Roney Smith, Realtor Fenced backyard with a
Harley 2009 Davidson Sportster 1200C: 850-209-8039 screened back porch just
excellent condition, metallic red, 6000 miles, debbie.ro ney@century21.com onhe right size for relaxing
or entertaining. Home is located on Meedowview Road, close to schools,
LED turn signals and stop lights, windshield, I R Voted CoHege, shopping and hospital. This updated home is just the right size S
passengers back rest and luggage rack, Realtor of the Year 2013 and ready for you o move in! Call today for an appointment to see this
home. $119.000 MLS#249224
I garage kept. $7,295 Call 334-671-8671 or 334- I Located South of Be 0 utifu
L791-0984 Maria a. Short 43 ome inama a cres u p d a e d
--- - - - d-rive to shopping. Subdivision, a beautiful Adult
Harley Davidson 2002 2/2 1997 SW H n ommunity. This home has a
Uiet neiohborhood. beautiful landscaped yard with
Sportster 21200 $3 0 gi B ff | IIIhome locate
8,0miles lots of extr out sip e livine in adeck nd t rcnihb orhebackto o la
8,500 miles, lots of extras park like se Split flr plan with Large Master Bed and Bath and Three large edoms with t on large half
Asking $4,500 OBO. in your very own full baths. Formal Dining Room and Breakfast Area. Kitchen custom cabinets. Marble ya
cCall 334-79r. Motiv d Fireplace and Built-in Book Shelves. Perfect home for entertaining. So many beautiful acre yad.
Call 334-796-8817elle things with the beautiful home. 282,000 and considering all Offers. MLS 247640 4341 Southwood Dr. Mariann $85,000 MLS# 249485
Harley Davidson 2012 MLS# 248997 V$44,900
_4/2 hoe iocatd MOTIVATED SELLER! This 4/3 Brick Remodeled
Triglide Utra Classic, Iide thome i limits home is move in ready with many
custom 2-tone blue, riders of Marianna. ose updater and nie eatr Large 3BR/2.5DBA
enseat back, luggage rack,. Hoard & & n ile and beautiful tiled walking shower.
light conversion, trumael pae. Comer location. Large bedrooms. itchen was remodeled and updated with new cabinets and appliances. Enjoy hoe that sits
light conversion can be a short sale thelargedeckthat goaacrssthebackofthehome Niceneighborhood justwaitingforyouand
GPS, ex satellite radio, opordnity, lender said yOur family Wrkshop that has ots of rom and electricity.Go by and see this beauiful home on on 20 acres
passenger arm rest, highway foot pegs, cover, an offer wi r is wccaliLaneinariannaMss2Wit ts of
great touring machine $29,000. 334-464-0380. MLS# 248911 $120,000 Character gives this extras including a 200+/- tree pecan orchard. 1336
Suzuld 2003 Volusia 800 excellent condition, cIt.n nll 3/2 it. .nr o me older home in Graceville McKeown, Chattahoochee $268,000 MLS# 249001
$2800. OBO 850-209-3951 or 850-209-3952 nt I. 00 wiA ar2 its charm! This well .........................
an ore pl e. -mof- maintained home has N i ce
R UTII Ll *olY ming irec h e ig h a large yard and is very
einsd &6ming fireplec high cqnvenient to.the College and Businesses of Graceville. This 3/2 home is 4BR/2.5BA
Ford 2006 i ciling& edhesliShingulest, ready for you to call it home. The roof was completely replaced in 2011!
Ford 206 k Arctefl Shingle, Bedrooms are large with plenty of space. All of the appliances! Call today to Brick Home
Expedition guners, hordi board siding. Plus set an appointment to see this beautiful, and affordable home. MLS# 247421 right across
Limited-156k MLS# 248516 $239,900 from the
miles, video HOMES FOR LEASE Country life in a 2002
system, 2nd built 2000 square foot
row captain, 2I ut old Cpres $50. per moth Need stove & refrig 1300 Manufactured home n BaptiSt College. 5417 College Dr. Groceville
sf lociaed on 0.75 AC. Paved Rd. apx. 4 acres on a paved .
sunroof, towing pkg. $9,000,334-740-0525 2 y l of Mara a great place to $77,900 MLd# 249127
:- I -Nw r i~ng &Pait$.montly.1ncudeasher & dslr. No smoaing No pev this home is in a perfect spot for those who travel between Marianna B u ifu,
washer & dr. No smS 2g No pes and Dothan. Call today and let us showyou this beautiful home. Priced t
3/2 DW MH on 2 acres, new metal roof. Corner location ast of to sell, owner says bring all offers. MLS# 248922 unique, older
Marianna on Lawrence Rd. $650. per month. home located
Pat Furr 1995DWMobile Home in downtown
Realtor on 1.26 acres. 3/2 home
850.209.8071 with large living/dining Chipey.
Chevy 2013 Silverado LT, 6,000k miles, 2 wh.dr., furrl9@msn.com area and a large family F e i tu Ir n g
fully loaded, white, extended cab, $27,900 firm, room with fireplace. Open Kitchen with lots of cabinets. Laundry
S334687-7702 room with extra Storage. reat for family or for Investment. Other 3BR/3BA, over 3,000 sqft heated/cooled on 1 + acre lot.
.pas ena i MH Lots adjacent that may be available for more income. 646 2nd Street, Chipley S144,000 MLS# 249214
Ford 1995 F150: 8ft bed, very good condition, nie ......................................................................

Call 850-526-2964 or 850-557-2523 located close to the BEAUTIFUL horses or
Ssa ll kennxHB, ,&e ,,irOss,,,e, B lue Springs State Park, e9s and
Nissan 2007 FrontlerKing Cab auto, AC, all Merritts Mill Pond and Lakpes nd
.wcrucs, CD bedinr iles verycsas Seminole. These ats would ts
power, cruise, CD, bed liner, 79K miles, very MLS# 249502 $33,000 be a PERFECT Plac'to build e this
good cond. $10,850. Blue book 334-347-8649 Beautiful, quiet setting for a home and enjoy the Peace and tranquilty Marianna has to offer. An established acre
this lovely 3Bedmom/2Both Subdivision, Blue Springs Plantation is a growing communitywith homes aready built
Toyota 2010 Tacoma. bick home a n sbo lped T eand occupied. It has a Public water system, Undergmund Utilities, Phone, Sewer and t w
2 010& ek rein edsileo se2 ed s r ta o from. Bslue Ie_ weaned bockpad________ ot wI aery
SRS White, 2 wheel dyo d fied/n New md Paved roads. Several Lots available to choose from. Located on Blue Springs Highway.
drive, 4 door V6, tow an ____ 3BR/2BA mobile home. 5488 Blue Springs Rd.
package, new Michelin tac e Large family room, Marianna $59,000 MLS# 249305
tires, Excellent condi- living and dining ............................................-..................
tires, Excellent condi- ML# 249481 $74,000. roms. Seller is ready
tion. 46,000 miles. $22,800. Call 334-693-4987 or Quaint 31 edm /2a y to look at all offers Moe
796-5919 Coar Homes in ni c, led and heip a buyer fulfillr a
Home was buih in their dream of owing a
UTILITY TRAILER 6x10 by Trailer World 2013, cablo s ibnets isdoidnl home! Newer stove and refrigerator. Allowance for a new stove 2h
wSa ,n tnel leland 66eghwdooh pick it out yourself! Beautiful patio with a gardening shed for 2BR/2BA
custom built in cabinets, carpet, swing down dn nancre a w me all your tools. Small fenced area for children or pets. Don't missi
back door, NEW spare tire and wheel, overhead and r ani out on the fantastic price for this beautiful hore! MLS# 248529 located
bna cka r dpo NinWpenres WW of N I I a I area located
insulated, Like New $1400. FIRM 334-441-7884 MLS# 248451 $139,500 Beautiful well maintained on beautiful
OR 334-585-0180 a Lo- dn. o l ro m/2 al 1910 Historic Home in
Home l o-ened in lb. pio., Adud Bonifay. It has 5 bedrooms 23.05 acres. 6334
Utility Trailer enclosed 7ft. widb, 7 ft. tall C o .. racs 23.05 acres. 0 634 Stonefield Dr. Marianna
-mo fo,.. 11' .iling., 1, _' and 3 baths, 6 fireplaces
& 11 ft. long, with 4 ft. drop ramp, good for -w/fi "Ii of and huge rooms. TheS 249346
motorcycles or lawn service $1,800. doi rion m ,~sW ceilings are approx. 12 feet high. It also features a large detached 2 car
Tr850-579l 5174 e & rla neesd hbb D~t.o Th. garage (30x40).but for your convenience there is an attached carport at N e
na en o ns do repa&e the front porch. The seller is very motivated and is open to all offers. Make
O E MlS# 249077 *$n i/se1 k 00i i an a t. to see this home now 25.00 MLS# 249141
MLS# 249077 home in
Small 2/1 home in Riverview
Bloontotowo. Nice area
1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF EdMcCoy, Realtor ontsf town Nice arnveient to
YOUR TOWING NEEDS! Cell.(850) 5734198 everything! This is a-great would make
I WWW.emccoyrealty.comstarter home. Fenced would make
yard and carpvrt. Joo cute t pas up. Very affordable at $62',000 with
emccoy2@yahoo.com payments that will be lower thn rent Don't pass this up. 249218 a great starter home or rental. 3039 Riveview
AUTd BODY & REcyCLN g Rd. Marianna $57,000 MLS# 249423
PAYINGTOP DOLLARFOR JUNK CARS 4 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Home
Contact Jason Hargert 334-791-2624 CARYVILLE Quite with large. enced yard, This listing
country living in the spacious screened porch, workshop, includes a
ranch style home on 6.43 deck wth hot tub and a HUGE GARAGE
CALL FOR TOP PRICE aes, metal o, loarge beautiful pool! Ready for a
Tbuilding ond stokedpond, day of relaxation enjoy your very nice
..a large family room plant a garden lay by the pool work in your.workshop.
FOR JUNK VEHICLES MLS# 249473 $165,000.. Everything is there and ready for you! Don't miss out on this home! It won't last apartment and
SNFADS Excellefrt parcel long. Priced to sell at $149,900. MLS# 249307
I ALSOSELL USED PARTS fR huning, fing aor bold o T well maintained 3 vacant residential lot, all on 1.25 acres. 644 5th St. Chipley
24 HOUR TOWING -. 334-792-8664 dream home. [rge natural pond, Bedroom 2 Bath has a $249,000 MLS# 249501
deared land for forming and nice lot of charm. It has been
very well maintained. The 4BR / 2 BA
building area. All on 68 oes. kitchen was updated, has I / It
a dishwasher, and is the home located
MIS# 249430 $155,000. highlight of this home, along with many other features. The roof was replaced
Sell us your sem Junk GRAND RIDGE-Great in 2012 and the Central Air and Heat unit is only about 3 yrs. old. Formal Dining in Sprin
and Living area, Office/Computer Room, and a great workshop garage that is
Svolion/fishing comper with roof 24x20 in size. In a quiet and relaxing area of Greenwood, but not too far from ( se
Truck, semi's, semi trailers and over comes famished rid located town and shopping. $89,900 MLS# 249169 Home has
farm equipment acoss from -the head of the loke F
FREE Pick Up 7 days a week Odheesse wth privoe boot romp Completely renovated and
7 days a week 7am 8pm 334-200-6487. accm fora yeodyfee. looks brand new. inside! ndpenl rln with156sf. 2970 Chase Way,
Ttle or no Title u to what the law allows. MLS# 248959 $25,000. New appliances, beautiful open floor pn with 2156 sqft. 2970 hase Way,
BONIFAY You will be hardwood foors, unique Marianna $199,500 MLS# 249469
design. Open ceilings
Sm a a n inn*ED a Iat fde spain in thir custom were popular in the '60s d this uilder added 4"insulated panels to keep it
r built hooe with many spedaol economical or'heating and cooling. Patio area perfect for entertaining and family Very nice
Got a Clunker feotre siomted on 24.5 ae with fun. This home has characterthat gives it charm! $215,000 MLS#248150 BR/2BA
We'll your Junker 2 pon. ilth moms ooveized home in

Sand harmEquipkatar MIS# 249202 $289,000. store in excellent location Sub. i
a m aMARIANNA Th areage to capitalize on Highway 2627 sqh
fair and honest price! has moony uses, build your dream 77 beach access traffic, home is very
S$250 &t Complete Cars h mein.hemiddle fte21 oaes for 2000 square foot of retail space and two fuel islands are ready fbr h vy
!~~vo~~pry, has some wet ros but ht an enterprising operator. Property is in the county where alcohol sales spacious with o pen floorplan and high ceilings.5190
SCAL3347146285 mke wildlde abundant. Aditilonol are possible seven days a week. Over 6000 vehicles pass this locationan and high s. 5190
L ........................... .. 1 oavoilable, oll Ed MCxy, 850- eve ortedb FDOT. o $215,900 MLS# 248836 luhouse Dr. Marianna $265,000 MLS# 249317
MLS# 249146 $36,750. -- -Nic and Quiet 2/2 Mobile ___________________________ Nice 3BRf2BA
GRAND- RIDGE- Well Home on just-enough land home indcuding
built home hos large Ming/dining to have a garden or enjoy formal living
rooms'with hordwod flooring, 3 being in the country.
bedrooms, garage .and tcport, Within 10 miles to downtown Marianna. Very well kept and has chain and dining
small fishing pond and MORE! link fencing around property. Great investment! Call for an appointment. room and large
Great country wlng on 80 acres. LY 900 MLS# 24family room
-t .LMIS# 248677 $249,000. room.
CHIPLEY Well maintoined This very nice 3/2 2004 Beautiful partially fenced backyard for your pets! 1034 8th
home wif open e Cavelier Mobile Home is Ae, Graceville $95,000 MI.S# 248759
yOU plony of sple. Very ce located very close to town
upole atyos large den/sun and approximately /8B
pdaoeidtl, logS del/ miles from a public boat Beautifully
oorm, rport with stomrage, yard landing at Merritts Mill Pond. Some repairs needed. Property is very private
blbaeding ion sme pridcyfendng. and the only home on this road. Just walk down the road to Meritts Mill Pond! rmoe d
33 i .Priced AS IS which makes it a very good deal on this home. MLS# 248807 4BR/2BA
fl II diroa to own rom 3 Sepast LMot# 249a11a I $78,800. 4Plantation Sbdioisionn 0
MARIANNA *s$ lakefront, home
io to town from u SprngsHighway o
bedwam, 2 bath mobile ho*e LaAmeto n gd h 1 0ke. Enjoy
withcomforr tlehfingspacoando a ] Acre Loton Old U S Hwy north of H 162 $10,000
block gomrge with conocrete oors. 10 BeautifulAcreson RiverRoad nearLakeSeminole$40,000 breathtaking
.onwdis acesle. Acres offw ondRoad$22,000 views of the lake and ofternoon sunsets from your own back
MLS# 248240 $59,900. 1 Acre Comer lot on paved road in Compass Lake $6,000 porch. 423 Lakeshore Dr. Alford $450,000 MLS# 249097





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5035 Hwy 90 Marianna, FL 32446 SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES r850-2093595 As
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Cresh Harrison, Broker 85482-1700 o 0) 5 891 Real Estate Needs . ,
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Stacy Borges, Realtor 850-573-1990 SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER Beautifu 4BR/2 52A Borne S (850) 52
on 2 acres twn! Master
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e Miles, Realtor ge 85 9 35 www.SunnySouthPropeities.com foring downstairs, new
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Ouida Morris windows, and a wood dw ea chipo a o
COMPLETEY REMODELLED 4/1.5 burning fireplace. Nicely landscaped yard. A 20ox40 shop on concrete floor. Too
Brick home with 1532 sq fR Updates -REALTOR many extras to mention! Price at $249,000 MLS #248593
include painting, wood & carpeting Broker/Owner
floors, electrical wiring, plumbing, This 1716' home has a new
roof & well. Updated bathrooms 4850-209-4705 roof, heat pump, windows,
and eat in kitchen, new cabinets, hot water heater, and newly
countertop & appliancesl Sunrobm kitchen. Beautiful
overooking backyard! MLS249431 S 29 $ MARIANNA graded kitchen. Beautiful
oeooting backyardl MIS 24043135bamboo hardwood floors. Has
CoU home On 3.5 2 bdrms but can easily be reverted back to 3 bdns. Has a 25'x35' steel workshop'on
acOres es greot potentiols concrete floor, roll-up up door & 220 wired. Also a 10x12 concrete floor garden shed.
VERY ATTRACTIVE wth some improvements. Fenced-in back yard. Too much to list! PRICED AT $159,900 MLS #249353
HOME INSIDE AND OUT! Storage shed and chain link
4/31/2 with almost 2700 fencing.
sq ft under air! Relax on MLS# 249453 $46,350. This 3BR/2BA brick
the wraparound porch. MARIANNA Perfect home sits on appx.
Large fenced backyard, selling to enjoy watching the 4 acres near the
16x32 gunite pool. Hardwood floors on the first floor! The kitchen deer, turkey and birds from
is large with plenty of countertop AND cabinet space! Large center our front yard. Comfortoble mMill Pond! Well
island and breakfast area! There is at air conditioned game room or s wih 3 bedmoms, large maintained home with newer metal root, beautiful in-
5th bedoom and hal bath over the detached arage. MIS #2488 kitchen/dining area and formal round pool, fenced-inback yard, RV bldg. wlworkshop. PRICED FOR QU4K SALE. 15 acres has unfinished, old 2 BR
tPER EFOR YOURt LARGE FAMILY?? ML# 2 57 st see! Priced at $219,000 MLS #248727 house and barn on property. Barn has aotached 20x40 shed
Great 4/2 wth almost 1700 sq t under ALFORD Like new hr an diwo 12x12 horse salls. Approx. 10 acre hay field. Some
Seual orghaniaden home with 3 bedrooms, 2 has a formal R, fencing. Underground storm shelter, well and septic tank.
"'he Paminlyworn room 2495 mi0o8red homewiah ab edrroos Lf ~om
to a 5th bedroom i needed! Great baths and lrge open airy formal DR, beautiful Being sold "AS IS." $75,000 ML.S#248497
Spacious 1.80 acres! Briek home has a rooms, ottoched gamge and step-down great
newer 4 ton AC unil! This home can be covered back pr room, breakfast room,
offered as ashot saue! MLS 248281 r bonus room, nice hardwood floors throughout under carpet and
S2 10,000 2 fireplaces! Home needs updating. Many old-style Southern
GREAT BRICK HOME ON 3 ACRESI 249433 $110,000. Oak trees. Incl. 3 parcels totaling about 1 acre in Cottondale.
3/2 wth several updates. Windows GRACEVILLE Large PRICED AT $85,000 MLS #248624
and ANC were'replaced in 2000. Metal country home on 2.5 acres.
roof. Wood burning fireplace in the m I omfeatures 2 large bedrooms, Beautiful octagonal
Living room will keep you warm in the 2 baths and fireploce in living
winter nightl Storage shed in backwith room. 4Irooms in the home are 2BR/2BA home
2 lean-to's. Sold As-IS. MIS 240234 spacious. PRICE REDUCEO completely remodeled
ENJOY HOT SUMMERS MMLS# 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 floors throughout, fireplace, high ceilings, loft as a bonus room, half-wrap deck, etc.
Large 1 acre corner lot. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths sitting on Make an appointment today! Priced at $155,000 MLS #248028
Beautiful wood Floors in 5 acres completely chain link
Main living areas! Family fenced. Property deared and is Southern plantation style
Room with French Doors overlooking pool: area! very nice. home in prestigious Indian
Format Dining Rm,.plus eat in kitchen! Priced to SELL. MLS# 249421 $40,000. Springs Subdivision. This
MARIANNA WOW! 4BR/2.5BA home has a Marianna On a quiet deadend street is this 3 BR/2 BA
OWM ONH r 5 ACy RI Erioy What a cute dollhouse in the Osceola and is perfect for a family. Large porches make a welcome entry home, plus an unheatedbonus room.en HA one yr old.
ountry n in this 3country located on one acre ust 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 soerf. Rlaxkon a few minutes from town. Home nicekitchen with Jenn-Airaetove and cook top. Enjoy an in-ground pool with a
the back deck overlooking the features 3 bedrooms, .2 baths Inewpool liner and deck! Now priced at $183,500! MLS #248285 metal storage buildings. Large shady lot is fenced in back.
spacious yard or sip your coffee nd has attached garage. PRICE Gret for children or pts. 7000 MS #248790
on the frant dockl Detached 2 REODCEO Ie
car garage plus a 2 car carport. MLS# 248732 $59,900. This
The yard is fenced and has all the This appealing
privOcy you willOwant. Ms 24900 COTTONDALE -'Large 3BR/2BA home has
brick home in the country on beautiful laminate
DWMH ON 1 ACRE LOT. 1.19 acres. Home features 4 hardwood floors,
3/2 with over 1700 sq bedrooms,2 h baths and a lrge spacious great room, kit/din combo, Ig bdrms & baths, big utility
ft room thot would be perfect fto rm, new heat pump, 2-car garage, landscaped yard w/backyird
Kitchen with appliances! office or hobbyom. REDCED fenced. Close to high school, state park, airport, & so much more.
The home needs some PRICE! Make an.appt. today! Pficed at only $149,900 MLS #247791
work as the bathrooms MLS# 249351 $85,000.
need remodeling, but can GRACEVILLE Beautiful WHAT A BARGAIN!
be the perfect home for bric home with. mony nice This 1600 square foot
yourfamily! MLS248418 features, large den, formal building on 2 acres
LOCATED ON MERIRITS lining and dining rooms, updated is located on busy
MILL PONDt Cozy 2/1 with kitchen, attached carport and
en, tthed orport and Hwy. 90 between Marianna and Cottondale. This structure
Large Backyard with deck LS# 249323 $16 000. has a large open area with several office areas. Make an
perfect for relaxing! Kitchen MLS# 249323 8,0 Priced MLS #249124
and baths.have had some
updatesl Living room and This prestigious 4BR/3.5BA Greenwood 2 or 3BR/1BA Fixer upper on poved road,
Muster bedroam n erlook
tater r meo Ceoil Powell hm inNorh ak 0 1 0Cre in country. Some updates, double pane windows,
the water! Fireplace in living Subdivision shows well on acre in
room! MLS #247509 Realtor" from the time you enter insulation in ceiling and walls. Breakfast bar between kitchen
SEVERAL UPDATES IN the foyer! Sunken LR, Ig and dining room. Front porch and deck on back of house.
THIS 3 ? Home with. 206-718-9049 kitchen with new s.s. refrig. & dishwasher, new stovetop, plenty of
1322 sq ft! Front porch to cabinets and a breakfast area. Beautiful crown molding throughout Three pecan trees. Selling "AS IS" $29,900 M#249517
home. Upstairs bed/bath with large multi-purpose room This is a
relax on. Carpet, tile and must see! Priced at 289,000 MLS #248914
wood flooring. Sunroom MARIANNA
off the back. Located on Beautiful 1 Acre Waterfront Highly visible on Y 71,
Hwy 90 in Sneads. With a Lot in Spring Chase 12000+ sq ft metal bldg
Little TLC this home can Subdivision. Located on with offices, mtg room, Ig
a Cul-de-Sac, and next display room, parts display
be yoursl MLS #249125 to another beautiful couyter, tall sign pole out
WATSON EIGHTII Large terfront homein the back w/ roll up doors, partially fenced, all on 7 acres w/addtl
4/3.5 Brick home with over MLS# 249101 $94,500. property of up to 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 acres! Below ground Pool ROUND LAKE AREA
with nice patio area! Wood Nice mobile home on 20 Ares of WATERFRONT ON MERRITS
burning fireplace, Huge Kitchen wood land, located on Mill Pond Rd. MILL POND! Retreat from
with center island! Large next to the lisoric Keni Mill,one of everyday pressures to this
Family room with formal Living only 4 working, water run Grist Mills uique waterftonthtome wt
and Dining! Needs Some TLC. in Florida. rgeous views. Rfrnt.hme w
MLS# 248634 $65,000. gorgeous views. 3BR/2A,
big windowviews from each
DOWNTOWN LIVING IN MATFNTA AR EA bedroom, new carpet, boat dock, dock, 2workshops,paveddrivewaysecluded
4/2 12 2 sCHATTAHOOCHEE. Lovely wBe aieem ir e inh mred from main road. Fishing, boating, diving, swimming, etc. Beautiful clearspring
uver 1900 sq ft under air. The cony th. foti= don waterfed. Brin all offers! Allor 00 MLS#248162
master bedroom is on the first and thbe desm snof wh e I fyou
floor and all other 3 bedrooms on ong for a v l nke woront hoane,
are upstairs. This home sits ina ptsque, quiod ene.loe ad m ie 11 acres with
on a hill ora corner oet Very2 9508 m $d a 2-3BR/1-2BA Marianna Approximately acre lot with 149' on
private yard. NewMer home with MLS# 2g9508 $174,900.
llthe extras. MS #248849 MARIANNA ARA home needing north Jefferson zoned mixed used. Could be residential
RILARGE RESIDENTIAL some TLC. Large outside deck for entertaining.
GREAT PGE RESIDENTIAL some TLC. arge outside deck for entertaining apartments/duplex or business City utilities. 2 BR, old
this 4/2 Brick home with Beoautully sbping, 1.710 Acre Great potential and a must see location!. Bring
almost 1300 s ft. Open floor Homeite, near e City of Moionno all offers! Priced at $116,900 MLS #247834 house being sold "AS IS". $67,500 MLS #247182
almost 1300 sq ft. Open floor and Mef's Mill Pond. Mobile Homes
plan. Large 1 acre lot locatd or Site Built Homes 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 Bevely Thomas
LARGE 3/2.5 BATH HOME This would
with aprox 2356 sq ft and Realtor* make a wonderful home site. Lots of trees and great
on 1.50 acreso Family room, possibilities. Priced at only $18,900! MLS #249398
open kitchen with Breakfast 850-209-5211Th
Area. Formal Living room and h mling 1ill 40-ac.
Dining Roomt There is a den GRACMEVILLE Loarge .. farm wth .a long paved
with the half bath that could home with 5 bedrooms, newer; driveway takes you to a
be used as another Bedroom kitchen appliances, vinyl flooring 5500' 5BR/3BA home
(no ctoset). MLS #249280 in kitchen/baoths with oginol pine is unfinished! Has Beautifully designed, like new, well maintained MH has split
floors thru out, energ eefficient upstairs bonus room w/addtl room and apprx. 1000' basement. A metal bedroom floorplan. Well water for watering garden and county
E T Nwindows and screenedbackporch. roof, wrap-armund porches, in-ground gunite pool, 2detached storage
ENOYEAlRLSUNSES HomeWanty induded bldgs/apt.. Includes a m.h.on prperty. Property is half-cleared with a water for use in the residence. Wood burning, or gas fireplace. Well
ON SUN LAKE. 2/2 With MLS# 247494 $130,000. fish nd and a creek patialvon It Adealfor$225000! MLS#248976 appointed kitchen has breakfast bar and butlers pantry. Whirlpool
aprox 1344 Sq Ft. Screened
porch overlooking water. MARIANNA Countr home Lcation, locition, appliances- buil in oven, microwove, side by side ref, counter top
Located on 1.35 acres. Sun withn4 bedrooms ueenedinsunroom plocation this medical dsove and lots of cabinets. Built in desk. Front porch ready for
Lake is an 80 acre ass Lake. h big living rom hs fireploe office complex has 1530' YOUR swing. Two car-port and workshop. Must See to oppreciate!
scPlerand l ck Itodae fdining room. Attohed gomge hm Renovated w/new metal $104,500 MIS#248947
onpmarket so call today for wobine in bk ond the worshop hoo roof. Has 5 exam rms, 3 baths, waiting area, check-in area,& exec. office.
p2ce5MLSro249251 wsher/dryerrhookups. Currently leased on a month-to-month basis. Exc. income producer or use
MLS# 247928 $125,000. own business! PRICED AT $137,500 MLS #248189
HOME. True 4/3 Brick MARIANNA-A uiqeto
home WRith a 3 car storywitha loft thatwould makea Here eis an
garage .on 2.24 l*4lygMestroam. Hmbmckpato, opportunity to own
acres. Over 2900 o e n te 20 acres of nice,
sq ft with a large mete, shed w Leoe are for mmo sly high and
living room, formal dr. I nmore ao. dry, wooded property! Not far from town. Pri ed
dining room and MLS# 248935 $89,000. w od areyriyce a$500 Nm #e489
21x16 Family room. Hardwood floors thru out right Calltoday! Priced at$50,00 MLS#248919
nice building lot lnonted in adult 4lots-Sunny Hills,Chipley,FL.-$3,800/ea Three buildings Moadonna Old stOre building, house ond garage
communidy with utilities 4 lots- Mashbum Rd., Marianna, FL $12,000/ea apartment on acreMOL Roads on 3 sides (2 are paved) zoned
end on paved road at a deod 3 acres-Lake Seminole Rd. $50,000
end street. Many homes in the 3 lots-Compass Lake In Hills $4,500/ea. commerntil. Would be good for aparens, aur o repai n.H
neighborhood. 10 acres- River Road, Sneads $40,000 conditioning business, ed. Lots of room for parking or expansion.
MLS# 247136 $20,000. 13 acres-Hog90-$174,500 Selling "as is". $95,000 MLS#248793





















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