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Jackson County Floridan
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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for Saturday
BYANGIE COOK park in Marianna. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Ren-
Florida Caverns State dezvous, billed as an in-
Park, along with the teractive teaching event
Nene Hutke Ceremonial 'focused on the cultural
Grounds of Chattahooch- heritage of the Muscogee
ee, willhost the Muscogee tribe, will welcome the
(Creek Indian) Rendez-
vous on Saturday at the See MUSCOGEE, Page 6A


o olton Day, as Charlie Brown, and
KRS I GLO LO members of the Chipola College
Guests mingle at the Jackson Hospital Foundation annual fundraising gala, held Friday evening at the National Guard theater department perform "You're
Armory on U.S. 90 in Marianna. Attendees purchased tickets for the "Touch of Tuscany" event and local businesses donated T
items for a silent auction to raise funds for the hospital. Dinner and live music were part of the evening's festivities. a God Man, Chare Brown" on Thursday
night at the Chipola College Center for the
75th-anniversary celebration planned for Jackson Hospital Arts in Marianna.
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER sion to be the best community creates more room for the clinical Trafi stop leads to health care system in the nation, staff. Traffic stop leads to
and this renovation is one more The Jackson Hospital Founda-
Jackson Hospital is celebrating step to show our patients how tion also just wrapped up its an-
its 75th year with a public event much we care," he said in a release nual fundraising event to help the crack-cocaine find
Friday at 1 p.m. in the cafeteria. about the event. hospital. The money raised at the
After the ceremonial elements are The nurses' stations on the sec- party, which was held Friday, will BY ANGIE COOK the stop.
done, staff members will show off ond and third floors of the hos- help the hospital renovate its sur- With several prior con-
the latest in a series of facility im- pital have been renovated and gery department. A Marianna man is fac- victions on his record
provements that have been made. improved, with computers added Featuring dinner, dancing and ing a drug-possession for driving while license
Hospital CEO Larry Meese in- and outfitted with new electronic a silent auction, the "Touch of .c h a r g e suspended or revoked,
vited the public to take tours of the medical-record software to give Tuscany" party was held at the after po- Weston was arrested and
renovated second and third floors, more computer access to nurses National Guard Armory in lice found charged as a habitual
"We are striving to meet our vi- and doctors. The renovation also Marianna. crack co- traffic offender.
B -caine in the After the stop, police
......... .... .... floorboard arranged for a wrecker
a of his SUV to impound the vehicle
Student s art to hang min U.S. Capitol durin ad dgoanS
traffic stop, tory search of the SU,
At about 3 p.m. Thurs- located crack cocaine
BYDEBORAH BUCKHALTER In addition to that high- day Marianna police in the driver's side profile exposure for her stopped a tan Ford Ex- floorboard.
color pencil portrait of a plorer on Orange Street As a result, Weston was
Destiny Moss was busy little girl with flowers in for a traffic violation, also charged with pos-
in: the Marianna High her hair, Moss gets a trip to Officers were familiar session of a controlled
School art room Thursday Washington so she can see with the man driving the substance..
when her teacher, Dr. Jerri her work hanging in the vehicle, 50-year-old Mat- Weston was later taken
Benton, summoned her Capitolbuilding. thew Weston of Marian- to the Jackson County
to the classroom phone. When it came time to tell na, and knew that he did Correctional Facility to
She had an important call her family about it, Moss not possess a valid driv- await his first appearance
coming in, took a cue from Benton. er's license at the time of in court.
When she said hello,U.S. She didn't tell her mother
Rep. Steve Southerland about it until her grand-
was on the other end. parents came over for a
He broke the news that visit, only hinting that she
Bent6n had been keeping had some important news
secret for a whole week: to share. She told them first
Moss was the first-place about passing her ACTs, a OEBORAHBUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
winner for Florida's 2nd critical academic test, and Marianna High School junior Destiny Moss (left) and her art
Congressional District in that she'd heard about a teacher, Dr.Jerri Benton, display the color pencil drawing Moss
a nationwide contest to new scholarship she might created using an old picture of Benton's granddaughter as her
select student artwork for be eligible for when she inspiration. The piece is Florida's 2nd Congressional District
yearlong display in the first-place winner in a contest to select the student art that
U.S. Capitol. See ART, Page 6A will hang in the U.S. Capitol for a year


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Circulation Manager Dena Oer s ki limited to p. Coolersons with a desire to stop drinking. 901 Caledonia St. in Mariann. & LaMoonrisees Auxiliary Meeting 6 p.m. at
doberski@ssible Storidanms. Less 2830 Wynn St., Marianna, with covered-dish suppr.
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MONDAY, MAY12 TWEDNESDAY, MAY 4 Call 372-2500.
F L O R ID A N TODAY 3 Bag It -7 p.m. St. Luke's Episcopal Church,,Mari- Coach. Visit to register.

CONTACT US Maannobertsa Uos Club Meeting Noon atJims Tp vaccine to be givento sixth-grade Alcoholics Anonymous-89 p.m., First United
Publisher. Valeria- 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9 the St. James A.M.E. Church basement, 2891 Orange
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, St., Marianna. Call 569-1294.
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking. ?901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. ) VFW & Ladles Auxiliary Meeting- 6 p.m. at 2830 Wynn St., Marianna, with a covered-dish supper.
MONDAY, MAY12 WEDNESDAY, MAY14 Call 372-2500.
CONTACT US 3 Marlanna Lons Club Meeting Noon at Jim's .3 Nap vaccine to be given to sixth-grade ) Alcoholics Anonymous 8-9 p.m., First United
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call students Marianna Middle School. Free of charge. Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna..
FAX: 850-482-4478 482-2005. Must have letters (which were sent home by the
Email: Employalty Workshop"Effective Commun- chool) completed, signed and returned to school in FRIDAY, MAY 16
Street Address: cation Skllls"- 2:30 Marianna Career Cen- Aorder for students to be able to receivr American Legion Smith-Kelly Post 100 Meet-
4403 Constitution Lane ter. Workshop is facilitated by a certified motivational p Apalachlcola LonTe Pine Restorat Tour Ing- 6 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, U:S. 90,
Marianna, FL32448 career coach. Workshop is free and open to the public. 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.,Turkey Pond Ranch, 3157 Marianna. Guest speaker: Stacy Goodson, Jackson
Office Hours: Visit to register. Chain Lake Rd, Chipley. Landowners, managers and County Probation Office and Jackson County School
Weekdays, 5p.m. Jackson County Qu s Guld Meeting others interested in ongleaf pine forest restora- Board Member will speak on "Probation Office and
5:30-7:30 p.m. at JacksJac on Coun t y Extension tion and management. Presented by Apalachicola Bail bond Processes and where they connect:'
5:30-7:30 Jackson County Extension Regional Stewardship Alliance, Florida's Forest Bail ond roesses and here the onn
MISS YOUR PAPER? Service; Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meetings are Stewardship Program. Workshop covers the benefits 3 Baptist College of Florida Spring Graduaton
You should receive your newspaper no later fourth Mondays; other Mondaysarefor projectsles- of growing Longleaf Pine: high value timber products 10 a.m. in the Wellness Center.
than 6a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- sons and help. All quilters welcome. Call 573-5434. ad)pCtio. to fire and resistance to insects and dis- 3 Hooks and Needles- 10 a.m. at the Jackson
tion between 6 a.m. and noon. Tuesday to Cottondale City Commission Meeting 6 easehLoigleaf pine forests provide ideal habitat for a Ijounty Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and'
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday.The p.m., Cottondale City Hall. diverse array of plants and animals and are important experienced hand crafters welcome to create, share,
Jackson County Floridan(USPS 271-840) Alcoholcs Anonymous Open Meting 8-9 to protecting groundwater. For info call Chris Demers learn or teach favorite projects Call 482-9631.
Jackson County Floridan(USPS 271-840) Acohoics Anonyorous Bpan 22ee1ng9 ext.o103.
is published Tuesday through Friday and p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 352-514-0819 or Brian Pe 222-0199 ex. 103. Jackson County Cattlemen's Association
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Celebrate Jackson County's Older Amricans Annual Spring Golf Classic -1 p.m. at Indian
at Marianna, FL. 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. Jackson County Agriculture Springs Golf Club, Marianna. It will be a four person
TUESDAY, MAY 13 Center, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna. For more "scramble and "pick your partners." It's an 18 hole
SUBSCRIPTION RATES SAnneT t Stt info call Jackson County Senior citizens 482-5028. event. $60 per person which includes green fees, cart
SUBSCRIPTION RATES pe st Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon and a steak dinner. $60 to sponsor 1, hole or $100
Home delivery $11.23 per month; $32.83 Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St. Marianna. to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist to sponsor entire hole. All benefits will go to FFA and
for three months; $62.05 for six months Welcome donations: house hold items, clothing and Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. 4H scholarships to Chipola. For more info call Albert
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include jewelry. Proceeds help less fortunate. Call 482-3734. Milton 718-7834, Ken Godfrey 209-7919, Kim Deflix
applicable state and local taxes. Mail n Republican Club of Northwest Florida moth- Snad School AdvisoryCouncil Meeting 4 p.m 209-3274 or the Golf Club 482-8787.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail ly meeting noon at Jim's Steak House. Speakers 3 Jackson Hospital's 75th Anniversary -1 p.m.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; will be candidates seeking election to County Com- THR MAJackson Hospital Cafeteria located on the ground
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one mission. Eric Hill and Thomas Lipford running from THURSDAY, MAY 15 floor. Please RSVP to Katharine Dozier at Kdozier@
District 4 and Clint Pate running in District 2. International Chat'n' Sip 8:30-10 a.m. at the or 718-2696.
year. 3 Optimist Club of Jackson County Boa Meet- Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in Mar- 3 Chess Club- 6-8 p.m. First United Methodist
All subscriptions to the Jackson County Ing Noon at 4476 Broad St., Marianna ianna. Learning Center staff and their international Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by
Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving ) Sewing Crcle p.m. Jackson County Senior language, culture and ideas in a relaxed environment. 18 years of age in Jackson County.Call 693-0473e
Day for which there is a premium charge. Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. 482-5028. Light refreshments. Call 482-9124e inJackson CountyCall 6930473.
SEmployabilty Workshop "Overcoming Bar- St. Anne Thrift Store- 9 a.m. to 1p.m. St. Sout Stokes Panting Party Hosted by
Malana' Project Graduation 6 p.m. at New
ADVERTISING ers to Employment'- 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Hope Baptist Church, 4028 Lafatte St. Marinn
Theadvertiser agrees that the publisher Career Center. Visit to register. Welcome donations: house hold items, clothing and $40 per person. To reserve your spot call Kim Welch
shall not be liable for damages arising 3 Jackson County Tourist Development Council jewelry. Proceeds help less fortunate. Call 482-3734. at 573-4774 or Tori Willis at 573-6235.
out of errors and advertisements beyond Workshop 3 p.m. at the Russ House, 4318 Lafay- "' Caregiver Support Group Meeting 11a.m. l2th Annual Show Choir Dinner Theatre -7
the amount paid for the space actually ette St., Marianna. to noon in the First PresbyteriarrChurch Social p.m. Graceville Civic Center presented by Graceville
occupied by that portion of the advertise- a Autism Support Group Meeting 6 p.m. in the Hall, 4437 Clinton St., Marianna. Open to all family High School Choral Department. $15 per person. $7
ments in which the error occurred, whether First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, Marianna caregivers providing care to loved ones or friends. for children 11and under. Dinner includes steak and
such error is due to the negligence of the (Clinton Street entrance). Family members, caregiv- Confidential group, facilitated by a professional group performances by Graceville High School's "Prodigy"
publisher's employees or otherwise, and ers and service providers welcome. Call 526-2430. counselor. Coffee, water, light snacks provided. and Graceville Middle School's "lllusions". Reserva-
there shall be not liability for non-inser- ) American Legion Smith-Kelly Post 100 Meet- 3 Marlanna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at tions a must. For tickets or more info call Stephanie
tion of any advertisement beyond the Ing 6 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, U.S. 90, Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call Long or Kathy Waddell at 263-4451 ext 255.
amount paid for such advertisement This Marianna. Guest speaker: Stacy Goodson, Jackson 482-2290. a Celebrate Recovery -7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
newspaper will not knowingly accept or County Probation Office and Jackson County School n Chlpola CMc Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult
.publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- Board Member will speak on "Probation Office and Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus is and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
ing which expresses preference based on Bail bond Processes and where they connect." the local community, "Community, Children & Char- hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
legally protected personal characteristics is 3 "As You Like It" -7 p.m. at the Baptist College acter:' Call 526-3142. 209-7856, 573-1131.
not acceptable. of Florida in the Wellness Center performed by the 3 EmployabllIty Workshop "Effective Network- 3 Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- 8-9
student in Professor Reiter's Shakespeare classes. For Ing"- 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. Work- p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church,
HOWTO GET YOUR more info call Reiter at 800-328-2660 ext. 467. shop is facilitated by a Certified Motivational Career 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
NEWS PUBLISHED The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box 520, Marianna. FL 32447,
email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish
news of general interest free of charge. 3 Rwlw
Submit or Community Calendar P oli ce HO dUn up
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. Marianna PoliCe Office and county fire/rescue or pedestrians, one gas skip, Pine Needles Drive, Orlando,
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, reported the following incidents three assists of other agencies, hold for Hendry County.
anniversary and birth announcements. Depaneint for May 8, the two public service calls, one 911 3 Louie Bush, 49, 2828
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. The Marianna Police De- latest available hang-up, two K-9 deployments, McPherson St., Marianna, pos-
Photographs must be of good quality and partment listed the following report: One sto- one criminal registration, two session of marijuana under 20
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the incidents for May 8, the latest E len vehicle, three welfare checls, three routine grams.
right to edit all submissions, available report: One hit-and- S abandoned ve- transports, one Baker Act trans- n Christopher Jewell, 39, 4530
run vehicle, one accident, one hicles, two sus- port, one open door or window Dekalb Ave., Jacksonville, hold
GETTING IT RIGHT suspicious vehicle, two verbal picious vehicles, four suspicious discovered, and two threat/ha- for Duval County.
The Jackson County Floridan's policy disturbances, one burglar people, one escort, two highway rassment complaints. 3 MatthewWeston, 50, 4192
is to correct mistakes promptly. To alarm, 11 traffic stops, one civil obstructions, two burglaries, Myles St., Marianna, habitual
report an error, please call 526-3614 dispute, one juvenile complaint, one physical disturbances, one JackSOn County driving while license suspend-
Monday-Friday. one noise disturbance, three prowler, one residential fire, 0Conectional Facilty ed/revoked, possession of crack
animal complaints, two prop- 13 medical calls, one traffic cocaine.
erty checks, one attempted retail crash, three burglar alarms, one The following people were 3 Robert Knight, 60, 3270
theft, two public service calls, request for assistance from law booked into the county jail dur- Highway 73 N., Marianna, retail
one welfare check, two threat/ enforcement and fire depart- ing the latest reporting periods: theft, aggravated battery with a
harassment complaint, and 12 ments, 19 traffic stops, one 3 Christopher Hearns, 30, 3250 deadly weapon.
home security checks. larceny complaint, one trespass Tykeria Drive, Marianna, driv-
complaint, one follow-up inves- ing while license suspended or Jail Population: 190
tigation, one juvenile complaint, revoked. To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
Jackson County one noise disturbance, six n Debbie Pizani, 23, P.O. Box at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
Sheriff's Office animal complaints, 16 property 93,.Altha, failure to appear, agency. To report a wildlife violation, call
JCFLORIDAN.COM TheJacksonCountySheriffs checks, two assists of motorists Darnell Downs, 29, 4823 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).

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Actions do speak louder than words "-
T here is a word that to follow will usually de- or not, some people enjoy ing their bodies and minds
affects each of us in termine what type of life, the criminal life as much for anything uplifting.
T one way or another. happy or un- as others may enjoy living When they are active, their
That word is "action." As happy, we'll a strong spiritual life. They type of action comes in the
long as you are a living hu- live. Over the enjoy the scheming, slick, form of criticism, mockery
man being, life's circum- years, some mysterious ways that sur- and disagreement.
stances will include some of the hap- round their activities. Being inactive is one of
degree of action, or the piest people Usually when first meet- the worst things for a per-
lack thereof. we can meet ing an individual and son to be. There's a reason
Just as the saying "ac- Thomas are those listening to their conversa- a man who does nothing
tions speak louder than Vincent who are tion and watching their or takes no action to sup-
words" is so meaningful, Murphy actively busy actions, we are able to feel port his family or children
the lack of action can have in a positive what they're all about. is called a "dead-beat dad."
a different meaning in a lifestyle. Though there are people On many occasions people .
seriously different way. On the other hand, the we don't share beliefs with, who give their time and
Too many people talk the actions of other citizens or care much for their ac- take action to help or give
talk, but don't walk the also speak loudly and tions, the type of individu- a boost to those who are Rhyan Elise Hyonhul Prietz was born at 4:53 a.m. on
walk; "procrastination" is clearly for themselves. als that can be the most less fortunate than them, Apr 16 at Jackson Hospital in Marianna She weighed
their good friend. They are those who have hard to respect are those have stated that by doing 6 pounds 7 ounces and was 192 inches long at birth.
The activities we partici- chosen to live lives filled who do "absolutely noth- so, they have a consistent Her parents are Jennifer and lan Prietz. Grandparents
pate in during our lifetime with criminal activities ing" about anything. They feeling of satisfaction and are Timothy and Hynhui Thiessen of Callaway and
and the paths we choose and corruption. Believe it refuse to be involved in us- contentment in their lives. Richard and Dawn Prietz of Marianna.

Canada's middle class, cellphones and pillow sales

"The landlord wants his And now robotics, the new challenge to purchase his products, as do so
money....the grocery bill is due." to full employment in the modern many manufacturers of goods and
"The High Cost of Lving" American economy, is taking jobs services. When average Americans
byTimAusburn away from willing workers. stopped shopping and spending
f you're an American, chances More than at any time in our his- money in the downturn of 2008, it
are pretty dar good that you tory, the U.S. is becoming a coun- further escalated our national eco-
own a cellphone. Products like try of "haves" and "have nots" with nomic nightmare, because consum-
cellphones have fewer families in the middle. Much er spending traditionally represents
almost become staple was made of the recent report that 70 percent of GDP.
consumer items, even Canada, not the U.S,, now has the Many things have contributed to
for American families world's wealthiest middle class. For China's rise as an economic power,
with lower incomes. now, we'd, settle for a viable middle but one of the biggest factors was
But cellphone plans class. Because without one, the the emergence of a middle class
for both Mom and Dad American economy will suffer, and that could purchase products made
Margaret and three kids are not we'll all feel the financial impact. there. China finally has the con-
McDowel inexpensive. Subtract a Canada hasn't undergone a housing sumer component of GDP in place.
typical family monthly bubble, and our northern neighbors Henry Ford figured this out in 1914
cellphone bill from the also are enjoying an energy .boom. when he raised employee salaries to Greyson Anthony Cook was born at 8 a.m. on April
net income of some "middle class" But there's no denying that Ameri- $5 a day, primarily so that he could 29 at Jackson Hospital in Marianna. He weighed 7
Americans, and there's not as much can middle class purchasing power create a. home-grown market for pounds 8 ounces and was 20V2 inches long at birth.
left for life's other necessities as there is on the wane. folks capable of buying the very cars His parents are Erica Cook and Mario Jackson. Grand-
once was. A fascinating documentary fea- they were building. mother is Wendy Hoover of Geneva, Alabama.
For many middle-class families, tures an extensive interview with a NextWeek:RealWagesandInflation
storing up retirement savings and bedding manufacturer. The manu-
contributing to college education facturing plant owner makes $10 Margaret R.McDowell, ChFCl AIFa a syndi-
plans for children are no longer million annually. But he is con- cated economic columnist, is the founder of
realistic goals. Studies show that cerned about the middle class. Why? Arbor Wealth Management, LLC, (850-608-
wages began to stagnate in the late As he says, rich folks only sleep on, a "Fee-Only" and
Fiduciary Registered Investment Advisory Fifm
1970's and have not kept pace with (and therefore only buy) one or two located near estin. This column should not
the cost of living since. Union power pillows at a time, just like everybody be considered personalized investment advice
declined. Jobs were outsourced. Our else. He depends on a more popu- and provides no assurance that any strategy or
manufacturing base was decimated. lous and prosperous middle class investment will be suitable or profitable.

Master Sergeant retires

MSG Donna M. Taylor lenge program, Taylor was
retired after 30 years of the epitome of the citizen
dedicated service to De- soldier inherefforts tosup-
partment of Defense. Her port and defend the nation
distinguished service and and its local communities.
leadership will be greatly
missed by those in the Na-
tional Guard Counter drug Bentley Matthew Odom was born at 9:13 p.m. on
Program where she spent April 29 at Jackson Hospital in Marianna. He weighed
the majority of her career. 9 pounds 1.8 ounces and was 20 /2 inches long at
Taylor began her military birth. His parents are Brittany Taylor and Joseph
career in 1982 just months Odom. Grandparents are inda Odom, Hubert Odom,
after graduation from Cot- Regina Taylor and Heath Taylor of Graceville.
tondale High School. Her
first assignment was with .......................... ........... ........ .....
the 883rs Personnel Ser-
vice Company in Panama
City as an administrative
Taylor found her time as
an administrative supervi-
sor following the terror-
ist attacks on 9/11 to June
2002 the most challenging
and the most rewarding of..
her career. She managed SUBMITTEDPHOTO
orders and pay for more Air Force Airman 1st Class David R. Worley
than 200 soldiers and air-
men who were assigned WyGraduates O ,,
to airport security at nine
airports in Georgia. Rais-
ing her right hand and B s T i n
volunteering for addi- T a
tional duties and respon- Joshua Demetrice Sanders was born at 5:26 p.m. on
sibilities has been a part of April 23 at Jackson Hospital in Marianna. He weighed
Taylor's defining character Air Force Airman 1st cal fitness, and basic wair- 6 pounds 8 ounces and was 19V2 inches long at birth.
throughout her 30 years of Class Da vi d R. Wo r fare principles and skills. His parents are Missy Evans and Kenneth Sanders.
service to the United Sates ley graduated from basic Airmen who complete Grandparents are Lisa Menchion of Marianna and
Army. military training at Joint basic training earn four Doris Cogdill of Marianna. He has one brother, Ken-
From supportingdisaster Base San Antonio-Lack- credits toward an asso- neth O'Bryan Sanders Jr.
relief following Hurricane land, San Antonio, Texas. ciate in applied science
Katrina in 2005 to working The airman completed degree through the Com-
as the Liaison for National an intensive, eight-week munity College of the Air Follow uson FO R HIM
Guard with the Georgia program that included Force.
Juvenile Court System for SUBMITTEOD PHOTO training in military dis- Worleyis the son of Jim-
placement of young teens Master Sergeant Donna M. cipline and studies, Air my R. and Ellen B. Worley 8ace 0ook
in the Georgia Youth Chal- Taylor. Force core values, physi- of Chipley.

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sever ties with Baker TAT k T FF,

Srank Baker's future is uncertain after his convic- l
j tion last week in federal court on fraud charges in
connection with Coastal Community Investments. V
He likely will lose his license to practice law. He could be jA
subject to a big fine and several million dollars in resti-
tution. He could be sent to federal prison.
All this and more is possible. But there's one thing that
should be certain he must no longer represent the Jack-
son County Commission in legal matters, as he has done
for most of the last three decades.
Baker and two other men, Donald Terry Dubose and C
Elwood Ladon "Woody" West, were charged with 12
banking-related fraud charges involving the FDIC and
millions of dollars. Baker was attorney for the Coastal o< 0
Community Investments operation and a member of its
board of directors.
Without a license to practice law, Baker would be un-
able to continue in his role representing Jackson County
government. But that's not the point.
Regardless of whether Baker seeks an appeal, he has W h aye Mr ets st
been convicted of a felony involving fraud, and countys st
commissioners would be foolish to keep a felon em-
ployed as its attorney. magine that you have a child members of the public, commenced
Baker and his fellow defendants won't learn their with Down syndrome, and meetings to discuss local affairs and
sentences until mid-July, but one matter should have lyou want your town to open a distribute government benefits,"
already been settled. The Jackson County Commission group home for children with the Kagan wrote. That practice "does
should have held an emergency session shortly after the condition. not square with the First Amend-
verdict to handle this regrettable bit of housekeeping. When you go to your town board to ment's promise that every citizen,
Since it hasn't yet, it should take the first opportunity to make your case, the meeting starts irrespective of her religion, owns an
officially sever ties with its long-term attorney and bring with a Christian prayer. A minister equal share in her government," she
new legal counsel on board. stands at a lectern, facing the small M arshaMercer said.
group of assembled citizens, and in- Joining Kagan's dissent were Jus-
vites everyone to join in a prayer to tices Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader
Jesus Christ, the savior of the world. "Adults often encounter speech Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor.
A Oth er VieW For more than a decade, residents they find disagreeable," Justice As with any case involving reli-
of Greece, N.Y, a town of 94,000 Anthony M. Kennedy wrote in the gion and government, reaction on
S*i near Rochester, faced such a situ- majority opinion. People who both sides was swift and strong.
aising speed lm t w l ation whenever they had business "feel excluded or disrespected" by "This is the first good thing the
with their town board. Then, two the prayers should ignore them or Supreme Court has done in a long
k l rid women one Jewish and one an leave the room, Kennedy brusquely time," declared Randall Wise, may-
m ake Flon 1a highw ays atheist complained about the suggested. So much for walking in or of Niceville, Fla., where the city
Sr Christian prayers and filed a lawsuit someone else's shoes. council has been praying at meet-
m ore Ydan erous that reached the Supreme Court. Kennedy noted that all the clergy ings since before he became mayor
SThe women contended that the in the town directory from which 42 years ago.
board's practice of inviting only prayer-givers were chosen were Even if the court had ruled against
A n unnecessary bill that would make our high- Christian clergy to lead the opening Christians, reflecting the town. His the prayers, Niceville's city coun-
Sways more dangerous has passed the Florida prayer violated the First Amend- opinion was joined by the court's cil would have kept praying, he
enate and House and is headed to Gov. Rick ment's Establishment Clause by four conservatives Chief Justice insisted.
Scott, who can sign the bill into law or veto the preferring Christians over others John Roberts Jr. and Justices Anco- "We would have kept doing it
measure. and by sponsoring sectarian prayer. nin Scalia, Clarence Thomas and until they stopped us with guns or
We strongly urge Scott to veto the bill, which is op- The practice was coercive because Samuel A. Alito Jr. took us off to jail," the mayor said,
posed by law enforcement and safety organizations. "it is impossible not to participate In dissent, Justice Elena Kagan the "Northwest Florida Daily News"
The bill, sponsored in the Senate by Jeff Brandes, a without attracting attention to wrote: "I think the town of Greece's reported.
Republican from St. Petersburg, would allow the state yourself, and moments later you prayer practices violate the norm of Laycock, the University of Virginia
to increase the speed limits on sections of Florida's stand up to ask for a group home ... religious equality the breathtaking- law professor, told NPR the ruling
highways by 5 mph provided traffic engineers sign off having just, so far as you can tell, ir- ly generous constitutional idea that "is a green light for local majorities
on the increase. ritated the people that you were try- our public institutions belong no to impose their religious practices
That means the limit could be raised to 75 mph on in- ing to persuade," Douglas Laycock, less to the Buddhist or Hindu than on their fellow citizens."
terstates, to 70 on divided highways and to 65 on rural a University of Virginia law profes- to the Methodist or Episcopalian." And that goes against the grain in
highways. sor, told the court in oral arguments Kagan made clear she was not ad- our pluralistic society.
We can find no good reason to raise the limits. Crash last NOvember. vocating a prayer or religion-free Kagan had it right. "When the
studies show injuries are more severe at higher speeds, On Monday, a majority of justices zone but the board had done noth- citizens of this country approach
and fuel studies show more gasoline is consumed at disagreed. The court ruled 5-4 in ing to recognize religious diver- their government, they do so only
higher speeds. Town of Greece v. Galloway that the sity. Until the lawsuit was filed, the as Americans, not as members of
Yet the measure passed comfortably in the Senate. It board could continue opening its "chaplain of the month" was always one faith or another," she wrote.
narrowly passed in the House, where some members meetings with Christian prayers, a Christian.
warned of the dangers to motorists and law enforce- The majority upheld the major- "So month in and month out for Marsha Mercer writes from Washington.
ment patrolling our highways, ity religion; the minority got short over a decade, prayers steeped in You may contact her at
Across the nation, injuries and deaths on interstates shrift, only one faith, addressed toward
have increased since the repeal of the 55-mph speed -- ----------.-__ _
limit 20 years ago, according to the American Journal of
Public Health. In Iowa, deaths on rural roads increaseds dem as a e kg
10 percent when the speed limit was raised from 65 ball
mph to 70 mph. BY BYRON YORK
The bill should be particularly troubling to seniors, and it is not what the pres- ers wrote. One group perhaps most
who tend to drive within the limits to give them the TheashingtonExaminer ident and his party said it The administration is concerned about the ad-
needed reaction time. Drivers moving past them at The fight over the mini- would be. making it very expensive ministration's increases
faster speeds create a greater danger. mum wage, which Presi- In late March, the pub- to do business on military is the military itself. Ear-
Scott should listen to law enforcement, consider the dent Barack Obama and lication Military Times bases, and not just because lier this month, Russell Be-
national statistics, follow common sense and veto this Democrats hope to make reported that three Mc- of the minimum wage. land, who is deputy assis-
dangerous bill. a centerpiece of this year's Donald's fast-food restau- Under federal contract- tant secretary of the Navy
midterm elections, comes rants, plus one other less- ing law, some businesses for military manpower
The Tampa Tribune down to two simple argu- er-known food outlet, will operating on military in- and personnel, wrote a
ments. Obama says low- soon close at Navy bases, stallations must also pay letter to the Labor Depart-
- ..............-_..-..... income working Ameri- while other national-name their workers something ment asking for relief for
cans deserve a raise, while chains have "asked to be called a health and wel- fast-food contractors.
lette toS tilhe ESditolr Republicans say raising released from their Army fare payment, which last "Given the business
the minimum wage would and Air Force Exchange year was $2.56 an hour but model typical in the fast-
cost jobs. Service contracts to oper- which the administration food industry, this in-
It was a mostly theoreti- ate fast-food restaurants at has now raised to $3.81 an crease in the cost of labor
cal argument until Feb. 12, two other installations." hour. dramatically disrupts the
when Obama signed an Military Times quoted In the past, fast-food profitability and viability
On behalf of the Jack- occupy. executive order raising sources saying the clo- employers did not have to of food service operators"
son County School Board, These improvements the minimum wage for sures are related to the pay the health and wel- on military bases, Beland
employees and students will help keep our district employees of federal con- coming mandatory wage fare payment, but last fall wrote. "The increased la-
of Jackson County School schools on the cutting edge tractors to $10.10 an hour increases, with one source the Obama Labor Depart- bor burden resulting from
District, I would like to of technology. from $7.25. saying they are "the tip of ment ruled that they must. the new (wage structure)
thank each voter of Jack- We do not take your trust "This will make a dif- the iceberg." So add $3.81 per hour, per eliminates any profit the
son County for renewing in us lightly and I pledge ference for folks," Obama The closures, real and employee to the employ- operator might otherwise
the half-cent sales tax for these tax dollars will be said at aWhite Housesign- contemplated, are a se- ers' cost. And then add realize and puts him in
our school district, used wisely. ing ceremony. "Right now, rious concern to 40 Re- Obama's $2.85 an hour an impossible business
Thank you for recogniz- I would also like to thank there's a dishwasher at publican members of the increase in the minimum dilemma."
ing this was not a new tax you, the Floridan, for your Randolph Air Force Base House Armed Services wage. Together, employ- Beland wrote that Navy
that would increase cur- editorial endorsement and in Texas making $7.76 and Education and Work- ers are looking at paying exchange officials estimate
rent sales tax rates, but help in spreading the word an hour $7.76 an hour. force committees, who $6.66 more per hour, per that 390 fast-food conces-
will. instead maintain cur- about the referendum. There's a fast-food worker this month wrote Labor employee. That's a back- sions in the U.S. and ter-
rent funding, vital to our We appreciate your at Andrews, right down Secretary Thomas Perez breaking burden. (Just for ritories will close because
school system budgeted support, the street, making $8.91 asking that the mandatory good measure, the admin- of the increased costs.
facility improvements to STEVE R. BENTON an hour. There's a laundry increase not apply to some istration also demanded "Closure of these facilities
the schools our children Jackson County Schools worker at Camp Dodge businesses on military such employers provide would result in loss of work
in Iowa making $9.03 an bases, paid holidays and vacation for nearly 5,750 contracted
hour. Once I sign this or- "Should these policy time.) concession employees
der, starting next year, as changes be fully imple- And one more thing. who are currently gainfully
their contracts come up, mented, we are concerned Military contracting laws employed," Beland wrote.
each of them and many of they will eliminate jobs, do not allowbusinesses to And that's just for the
their fellow coworkers are negatively impact recre- raise theirprices above the Navy and Marines. The
going to get a raise." ational services on military level prevailing in the local Army exchange system is
Obama's order do not bases, and limit the dining community. The fast-food much bigger, and includ-
take effectuntilJanuary 1, options for servicemen operators can't charge ing the Air Force, could
2015. But there are signsit and women on military more to make up their affect as many as 10,000
is already having an effect installations," the lawmak- losses. moie jobs.


VPK registrationfor Jacks County Schols
Voluntary Pre-K regis- continue after noon at gibility from the Early Applicants must be 4 opportunity to extend the ementary, Malone School
tration for the upcoming the Jackson County Early Learning Coalition locat- years old on or before day (equal to a *regular and Grand Ridge School.
2014-15 school year will Childhood Center, 4283 ed at the One Stop Career Sept. 1, 2014, and a Florida school day) for a nominal VPK spaces are limited
be May 19 from 8 a.m. to Kelson Ave. in Marianna.: Center in Marianna. resident. VPK is not based fee. and will be filled on a first-
11a.m. Parentsneedt6bringthe For more information, onincome. VPK will be at the fol- come, first-served basis.
Registration will be held following to registration: call 482-9140. No student The VPK day consists of lowing school sites: Jack- For more informa-
at 2979 Daniels St. (Old Child's birth certificate will be registered with- three hours per day at no son County Early Child- tion, call the Early Child-
Marianna High School and Social Security card. out a VPK certificate of charge. hood Center, Cottondale hood Programs Office at
Gym). Registration will VPK certificate of eli- eligibility. Families are given the Elementary, Graceville El- 482-1266.


o r 7

A ust James Roberts of Marianna celebrated his fourth birth
day Dec.26, 2013 He is the son of Ryan and Jennifer Roberts
f Marianna. He has .an older brother, Blake, and a younger
brother, Luke Roberts. His grandparents are Rhonda and Greg
Brown of Fountain, James and Julie Condrey of Cottondale, and
SUBMITTEDPHOTO Richard and Ellen Roberts of Grand Ridge. His great-grandparents
Sonnie Smith, a Chipola professor, proudly congratulates are Richard and Rochelle Wagner of Marianna, Verna Mae Hollister
Donna Cripes, a 51-year-old grandmother of 10, for graduating and the late Dowling Hollister of Grand Ridge and the late Buster
Chipola College with her AA degree and being a member of Phi and Dorsie Condrey of Cottondale. A "Planes" partywas held Jan. 4
Theta Kappa. Graduation was May 1 at Dothan Civic Center. Donna's at his homein Marianna with many friends and family members in
motto is: "You are never to oldto learn; don't give up on yourself be- attendance. After enjoying pizz, Austin opened his gifts andplayed
cause God will provide a way if you believe and have faith and study." with all the kids.

Reunion to announce grart status
Former students, friends total of 29 grant applicants'
and supporters of Bas- this year, and our Bascom
con School who attend School project tied for
the annual reunion this fourth place," said Betty
year hope to hear the good Ann Alter, co-chair of the
news that a $50,000 grant school renovation project;
to continue work on their Eight local residents tray-
school renovation proj- eled to Tallahassee'and
ect has been approved by were present at the panel
the Florida Senate and review.. I believe our pres-
Legislature, and signed by ence demonstrated home-
Gov. Rick Scott as part of town support and enthu-
the 2014-15 budgets. This siasm for the project. We
year's reunmion will be held also appreciate all the let-
Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at ters ofsupportwe received
the Bascom Towin Hall. from our state and local SUBMiTED PHOTO
Friends and former school elected officials;, plus area Former Bascom School students created their message sn BEN SAUNDERS, D.M.D.:
attendees 'will come to-. businesses and commu- to remind others to come to the school reunion and covered-
gether for a.covered-dishi nity organizations," Alter dish luncheon Saturday at 1l:30 a.m. at the Bascom Town Hall. PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
dinner and hearthe results added. Shown (from left) are Bascom Councilman Billy James, Betty 4711 Highway 90 East Marianna, FL
of their grant application. Donn Ray Suthwe Ann Alter, Donny Ray Southwell, Nelrea Southwell, Linda Kaye (Between Burger King & Big Lots) 526-SPIT
Hewettan Sue Lawrene.
They will also be'able to treasureroftheschoolren- S. .. .
view, renovation progress ovation project, said, "To tioning building for use by
on tle building. The Bas- date we have'raised nearly residents. The buildingwas
comrn School grant request $50,000 ourselves through in use from 1929 until 1963
is a part of the Cultural local fundraisers, but this when the last students at-
Facilities Program of the state grant will allow us to. tended classes at Bascom
Florida Division of Cul- take some bigsteps toward School. The renovated
tural Affairs. The Bascom adding a totally new wing school will serve the great-
School bid was submitted to the building for ADA- er Bascom comniunity as
in June 2013. The Cultural compliantpublicfacilities." a focal. point for social,
Facilities Panel reviewed Localresidentsandformer educational and cultural
the grant applications Oct, Bascom School students activities. A wide variety of
2013. At that meeting ap- have formed the Bascom groups and orgariizations
plicants were ranked in School Renovation ProjeCt can use the facility, which
order of points assigned Committee to 'create and will provide financial sup-
to their application sub- execute a plan to restore port to keep.the enterprise
missions. "There were a Bascom School to a func- functioning and useful .

woDp .e .Follow us on
Medical care but please have available
wokshop oer your Medicaid ID numberTwt
The Florida Depart- all letters received in the
ment of Health in Jackson mail about medical man-
County, in conjunction agement and your driver's
with Automated Health license number.
Systems, will host a man- For more info, call the
aged medical care assis- Jackson County Health
tance workshop May 15. Department at 526-2412.
The workshop will be held
at the main facility at 4979 New pinochle club
Healthy Way in Marianna. For anyone interested
The purpose of the work- in playing pinochle, there
shop is-to provide support will be a group starting
to current Medicaid re- Tuesday at McCormick
cipients in understanding Lake Clubhouse start-
the Medicaid assignment ing at 10 a.m. The group
programs All Medicaid will meet every Tuesday.
recipients are invited Current players as well as twitern m/
to come by our.facility beginners are welcome.
Thursday from 10 a.m, to 3'- For more information, call Jcfloridannews receive support on 272-6611.
your individual cases. No :
apointment is necessary, From staff reports


M u cogee starting, and more. Three that the event is not a
long stomp dance dem- powwow, not a sacred,
From Page 1A onstrations and teaching ceremonial or other
sessions will be featured in staged Native American
public for a variety of fun the center of the grounds event. Instead, the Mus-
and informative activi- throughout the day. cogee Rendezvous will be
ties like stomp dancing, Immerse. yourself in a "fun-filled social affair"
games, food and short Muscogee heritage with designed to share part
teaching sessions. one or more of the short of the authentic history,
Foods like fry bread, In- educational sessions that culture, and life ways of
dian tacos, buffalo burg- will cover topics like pre- the Muscogee Creek with
ers, venison chili, and and post-removal history, people in a fun and infor-
Muscogee stew will give Muscogee Indians in Flor- mative way.
visitors try a taste of Mus- ida today, old agriculture Admission is free and
cogee culture. techniques, medicinal there is no charge for
Craft demonstrations herbs, and European trad- vendors of quality hand-
will show the uses and ing tactics. made Muscogee or Indian
creation of flint knapping, For a souvenir of your crafts. For more informa-
pottery, river-ane blow- time at the Rendezvous, tion, contact Dale Taylor
guns and thistle darts, look to the dozens of en- ( or
long-bow archery, hide dors who will offer hand- whiteoak43@gmailcom)
tanning, lye-soap mak- made crafts. or Regina Blackstock (re-
ing, survival skills like fire Organizers emphasize
Shakespeare class prepares for "As You Like It."

BCF Shaespeare cass to From Page 1A
gets through senior year
e jrfordm As i ue aut vet "Oh, and, I'm going to
e Washington;" she finished
in an offhand manner.
The Baptist College of All who attend are sure All of the students in the The story tumbled out
Florida English professor to be delighted as BCF Shakespeare classes have then; thrilling her elders.
Geoffrey Reiter is excited students portray such been hard at work for the She said she got some of
to announce the upcom- characters as Rosalind, past fewmonths, practic- her artistic talent from the
ingperformance of Shake- Orlando and Jacques, ing and planning for the grandfatherwho was there
speare's comedic play, "As as well as many other play. for that announcement.
You Like It." The piece, Shakespearian favorites. The performance of "As She gets to take one
performed by students in The play includes action You Like It" is free and person with her on the s
Reiter's Shakespeare class- and comedy, as well as open to the public. For expenses-paid trip, and
es, will take place T hes- a little romance, provid- more detailed informa- that's going to be an aunt
day at 7 p.m. in the BCF ing something enjoyable tion, contact Reiter at who knows Washington, DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
Wellness Center. for everyone. 800.328.2660, ext. 467. D.C., quite well and can MHS junior Molly'Morency displays the portrait she created
help her navigate it. Her depicting Max, her art teacher's cat.The piece won honorable
mother is scrambling to mention in a nationwide congressional art contest.
make arrangements to go
with them, too, but on her and Okalooia counties. nal Art Competition win-
own dime.. Moss wasn't the only lo- ner," said Southerland.
Moss isn't certain yet cal artist to get the atten- "While there were many
exactly when the trip is tion of the contest judge. deserving submissions,
l Sscheduled, but it might Fellow MHS junior Molly Destiny's stunning art-
w ain s feel something like a Morency earned an hon- work will represent the
wrn s o fbirthday present : She'll orable mention for the people of North Florida
turn 17 in just a few days. portrait she created de- proudly in the U.S. Capi-
BY ANGIE COOK for the Internal Revenue who have contacted HCSO Moss came to MHS in picting their teacher's cat, tol. I extend my congrat- Service. about the scam have taken the eighth grade from a Max. ulations to Destiny and
The caller says the target the bait, refusing to give school in Atmore, Ala- Moss had also drawn all the talented students
A scam like the one Mar- owes hundreds of dollars money or personal infor- bama, that didn't have from the Benton fam- who participated in the
ianna, police warned the in back taxes and offers to mation to the caller. an art program. She dove ily for her inspiration. competition."
public about in January collect the money in per- Authorities remind resi- into the MHS program The little girl in her por- The Congressional Art
has made its way to neigh- son. Later, the caller con- dents that if they are so- that Benton runs. trait was drawn from an Competition began in
boring Holmes County. tacts the target and tries to licited by anyone claiming Her submission com- old picture of Benton's 1982 to provide an op-
On Thursday, the Hol- get him or hr to wire the to be from the IRS, do not peted against artwork granddaughter. portunity for members
mes County Sheriff's Of- money. give out personal and/or from students all across In a press release about of Congress to encourage
fice issued a fresh warning The agency reports that banking details and do not Southerland's district, her selection as his dis- and recognize the artistic
about a telephone scam in other scenarios, the sendmoney. dwhich covers all of Jack- trict winner, Southerland talentsoftheiryoungcon-
that had been perpetrated scanmer makes claims If you have been the vic- son, Bay, Calhoun, Dixie, spoke ofhis pride in being stituents. Sincethen, over
onseveralresidentsofthat about being able to get tim of this or any other Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, able to give her art such '650,000 high school stu-
area. the target a larger refund scam, call HCSO at 850- Lafayette, Liberty, Suwan- prominent exposure. "It is dents have been involved
In the scam, would-be for a fee of several hun- 547-4421 or contact your nee, Taylor and Wakulla with great pleasure that I with the nationwide
victims receive a call from dred dollars. local law enforcement counties, and portions of announce Destiny Moss competition, the release
someone claiming to work So far, none of the people agency. Jefferson, Leon, Walton as this year's Congressio- stated.

State Briefs

USTA to hold 2 more vidual members. 19-yearold annrm ed Wifredo Ferrer says the known as a lesser anteater, A Sheriff's Office press
outreach events robber gets 56 years initiative seeks to disman- was born April 13. The release says Operation
Man dead after tie violent organizations mother and pup remain Medicine Cabinet allows
ORLANDO -The Unit- cn MIAMI -A 19-year-old and provide job train- behind the scenes with residents to turn in un-
ed States Tennis Associa- South Florida man who ing and skills in needy Busch Gardens' animal used or expired prescrip-
tion in Florida is continu- ST. PETERSBURG Po- pleaded guilty to a string neighborhoods. care team. tion medication.
ing its ongoing Hispanic lice say a St. Petersburg of violent armed robberies The shred-a-thon is
Outreach initiative with man is dead after con- has been sentenced to 56 3 giraffes, BSO holds where residents can safely
two more events in May. fronting two men trying years in federal prison. l anteater born dispose of their personal
"Tenis paraTodos" is to steal a car from his The sentence was shred-a-thon event documents, check stubs,
holding two more free ten- driveway. imposed Friday by U.S. TAMPA- Busch Gar- DEERFIELD BEACH credit card offers, receipts
nis events, with on-court According to investiga- District Judge K. Michael dens Tampa is celebrating The Broward Sheriff's and any other paperwork
activities for people of all tors, 53-year-old Floyd Moore on Lionell Sanders the births of three giraffes Office is holding a shred- that has sefisitive informa-
ages and skill levels. The Lassiter got into a physical of Miami. and an anteater. Office is holding ashred-
events are scheduled for altercation with one of the Court documents show The theme park an- a-thonandprescripion- tion. The serceis free of
Saturday at Kissimmee's thieves Saturday at about Sanders and his cohorts nounced this week that drugtake-back event, charge, and there's a limit
Oak Street Park and Satur- 1:30 a.m. targeted food delivery the reticulated giraffes The free event will take of five boxes per person.
day at Kissimmee's Lake-. One of the suspects shot drivers and taxi operators were born March 12, 14 place Saturday at its Deer-
side Community Park Lassiter multiple times in in August and September and 18 to three differ- field Beach substation. From wire reports
The program was the upper torso, and both of last year. At least five ent mothers. Two of the
launched last year to in- then fled on foot. separate times, the group babies were female, while Expert Jewelry Repair
crease the participation of The victim was taken to placed food orders or the third was male. The
the Hispanic community Bayfront Medical Center, called for taxi service, only girls stood around 5 feet 6 Come See...
in tennis through out- where he succumbed to to rob the drivers at gun- inches and weighed more
reach at tennis facilities in his injuries. point and assault them than 100 pounds at birth.
central and South Florida. Police say Lassiter's physically. The boy was more than 6
USTA Florida is a non- home had been burglar- Sanders pleaded guilty feet tall and weighed near-
profit tennis association ized earlier in May and the to robbery, conspiracy and ly 150 pounds. All three
consisting of over 1,000 keys to his cars stolen, firearms charges brought giraffes will on display in JEELERS
member organizations No suspects have been as part of a federal-local the coming weeks.
throughout the state, with identified, and the investi- violence reduction effort. The park also says that 4432 Lafayette street 526-5488*
more than 50,000 indi- gation is ongoing. Miami U.S. Attorney a tamanduas, commonly

4 November 8, 1930 3anuary 12, 2014
Mom, you were a wonderful mother not only to us, but to many in
your community and church. Proverbs 31 describes you best. You
inspired us and taught us to appreciate the simple joys of life: a rainy
day, a beautiful sunset, flowers,sitting on the front porch watching
the cows in the pasture, an Andy Griffin Show marathon, or a good
ole cowboy movie. Thank you for the countless hours you spent on
F (M 3 9'your knees calling out the names of loved ones in your daily prayer
time. Thank you for leading by example and encouraging us to love
everyone and to find someone to be kind to everyday of our lives.

As we celebrate mothers this season, we pause to thank everyone
who has been a blessing to our mother during her lifetime and
ultimately the days of her illness. Thank you for your support shown
to us during our loss and grieving. Your thoughts, prayers and
kindness were greatly appreciated and have not gone unnoticed.
-Howard Robinson & Brenda/Michael Jones & Grandchildren


Court fight over new political maps kicks off
The Associated Press hold a sizable majority. Republican consultants congressional districts charge of the redistricting per, made a "terrible mis-
In an effort to speed up to increase the number based on new popula- process. take" and had ."breached
TALLAHASSEE A the 11-day, nonjury pro- of minority voters in the tion figures. Voters in 2010 George Meros, an attor- the duty he owed to the.
court fight over Florida's ceedings, both sides were district represented by passed the "Fair Districts" ney representing the Flor- speaker." Pepper now
political landscape kicked allowed to give their open- U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown, amendments, aimed at ida House, called King's works at a lobbying firm
off Friday, as attorneys for ing statements Friday. which stretches from Jack- preventing gerryman- assertions a "fascinating started by Cannon.
the Republican-controlled David King, an attorney sonville to Orlando, in or- dering when .districts are story" but said "it would But Meros said the de-
Legislature and groups su- representing the League of der to lessen the number drawn, not be supported by the feat of U.S. Rep. Allen West
ing them clashed over the Women Voters and other of registered Democrats in King and other attorneys facts." in 2012 was proof enough.
question of whether legis- groups suing the state, other central Florida con- representing the plaintiffs "Politics did not get into that the final maps re-
lators intended to thwart told Judge Terry Lewis that gressional seats. said they plan to rely on the redistricting suite," leased were nonpartisan.
the will of voters when legislators used a "shadow "It was going to make a emails and other docu- said Meros, who said that After redistricting, West
they drew new districts process" which allowed significant difference to ments from political con- while Gaetz and Weather- switched to another dis-
for congressional seats in them to circumvent a con- these other central Florida sultants to assert that con- ford were "loyal" Republi- trict and losta narrowelec-
2012. stitutional mandate pro- districts," said King, who sultants, party officials and cans, they did not let that tion to U.S. Rep; Patrick
Lawsuits were first filed hibiting legislators from said four districts that ini- legislative staff worked in influence their decisions. Murphy. Meros also noted
two years ago. The trial is drawing districts intended tially leaned Democratic a way to draw maps favor- Meros acknowledged that U.S. Rep. John Mica
scheduled to start later this to protect incumbents or wound up getting split able to Republicans. that a top aide to then- was forced to run in a Re-
month in a dispute that members of a certain po- between Republicans and They are also expected to House SpeakerDean Can- publican primary against
could ultimately change litical party. Democrats 'in the 2012 put on the stand both Sen- non had shared informa- then-U.S. Rep. Sandy Ad-
the current makeup of the King said, evidence in the elections. ate President Don Gaetz tion with a GOP consultant ams and that U.S. Rep.
state's congressional dele- case will show that leg- Every 10 years, lawmak- and House Speaker Will before it became' public. Dan Webster had a close
gation, where Republicans islators were prodded by ers redraw legislative and Weatherford, who were in He said the aide, Kirk Pep- re-election contest.

Judge retires, lamenting invasion Report: NE Florida woman
TheAssociated Press to privacy and to be left unconstitutional. bulldozes n b ors h om e
alone in my private life," "Disqualifying every gay
KEY WEST A judge he said Friday. Floridian from raising a
in the Florida Keys said Audlin said he has never family, enjoying grand- The Associated Press called when the trailer's real.owner ar-
his decision to retire ear- tried to hide his sexuality. children or carrying on rived Monday and found the demolition
ly came after an "inap- "I've been out since I was the family name, based on ST. AUGUSTINE Authorities say a underway.
propriate invasion of my 23," he said. "And a's an at- nothing more than lawful northeast Florida woman who didn't like The arrest report says Moreta Folch
privacy." torney and running as a sexual conduct, while as- her neighbors had their mobile home wanted the trailer bulldozed because
Judge David Audlin an- judge, I never hid it. But I suring child abusers, ter- demolished. she thought its occupants were "unsa-
nounced in April that he never made it an issue. It's rorists, drug dealers, rap- According to an arrest report, Ana Ma- vory" and she suspected that they had
was retiring with fouryears just part of who Iam." ists and murderers receive ria Mpreta Folch of St. Augustine told broken into her car.
left on his term. Friday was He also contended that at least individualized con- a heavy-equipment operator that she Moreta Folch was charged with crimi-
the Monroe County chief a judge's personal. life sideration" is so "dispro- owned the trailer and vanted it and its nal mischief, a third-degree felony. She.
circuit judge's last day. should be kept' off-limits portionately severe" that it septic tank destroyed. was releasedWednesday on $10,000 bail.
A blogger found a profile unless it interferes with his violates the state and U.S. The Florida Times-Union reports that Jail records did not show whether she
for Audlin in January on or her ability to be fair and constitutions, he wrote. St. Johns County sheriff's deputies were had an attorney.
Manhunt, a website that professional. "He had the profound
bills itself as the world's "I -think some people courage to make a decision
biggest gay hookup 'site, look at a gay judge's per- that dramatically changed rToddl s cl in pl
The Miami Herald report- sonal life as being interest- my life. and the life of my
ed. The next day a website ing or salacious," he said. son," said Key West attor-
called Above the Law post- "I suppose it's the times we ney Wayne Larue Smith, The Associated Press were gone. The children's family members, the Led-
ed a story about the blog. live in. This whole matter a party in the case along relatives began frantically ger reported.
Audlin,56, didnothingil- has nothing to do with my with his partner, Daniel LAKELAND Two tod- searching for the pair and The pool is about 5 -
legal andno one has called service to the pedple or my Skahen. dlers were in extremely found them floating face feet deep and has a fence
on him to resign. But Aud- work as a judge." Smith and Skahen be- criticalconditionSaturday down behind Nelson and around it, but it appears
lin said after contemplat- Many in the Keys law came the first openly gay after being found in their Vickie Lugo's Lakeland the gate was open, Judd
ing the matter for several community commended couple to adopt a child in grandparents' swimming home at about 6:15 p.m., said. The house's back
months he decided to re- his tenure. His most sig- Florida as a result of the pool in central Florida. Judd said.' door also has a latch that
turn to private practice. nificant decision was a ruling. Cousins Jayvian Travis "At this point in the in- can be easily pushed
"I'm looking forward to ruling in 2008 that the Gov. Rick Scott will ap- Watkins, 2, and Silas Lugo vestigation, it appears to open.
my constitutional rights 1977 ban on adoption point a judge to fill the Walsh, 18 months, were be nothing more than a "It certainly would be
beiig restored my right by gays and lesbians was vacancy. flown to aTampa hospital tragic, tragic accident," no challenge at all for an
Friday evening, The Lake- Juddsaid. 18-rhmnth-old and a 24-
Sl. land Ledger reported. Neighbors watched as month-old to push the
n h i ,p t' to Polk Sheriff Grady deputies entered and left door open," Judd said.
en helicopter lot's career takng off Judd said the boys were the two-story home. At J idd said the investiga-
Smissing for about 10 to one point, a small child. tion is preliminary but
The Associated Press "He's very fortunate that his parents 15 minutes before fam- was carried out of the that no charges were ex-
have the means to financially give him ily members realized they house and handed to pected to be filed.
WINTER HAVEN Maybe it was on a- this opportunity because, quite frankly,
childhood trip to NewYork City, where he it's very expensive," Paul Schulz said. "But 1
got to hover face to face with the Statue of for him to take it and excel at it like he has, "$itidu at ri ttk Dr.
Liberty, suspended in the air by whirring he has made his own way and just been .Crid;
helicopter blades. so studious and committed to it." 0),4 -2281
Maybe it was a visit to Fantasy of Flight Schulz is training with TC Helicopters, M unicipal i rP I
in Auburdale. which moved to Winter Haven in Septem-
Maybe it was his admiration for how ber. Before it even opened, Schulz said,
dragonflies zip through the summer air. he was asking about flight training. He
Somewhere along the way, Alexander became the first student and got a lot of
Schulz, 17, caught the aviation bug. opportunities from it, such as flying with
It lay dormant for a while, but over the his instructor to ArizonaandMichigan.
summer --'while watching. an aircraft The company has 12 students now.
land the passion was reignited, he Mike Terfehr, the owner of TCHelicopters
said. and Schulz's flight instriictor, said he has
He started researching how to have a worked with-a handful of other teenag-
career as a helicopter pilot and learned he ers during his career and'is impressed by
could get his private pilot's license at age Schulz.
17. Then 16, he thought it was the perfect "He's been fanastic. He's a highly mo-
time to start training, -not realizing that. tivated, extremely talented pilot," Terfehr i
most people pursue their license when 'said. "He's hooked, for sure."
they are several years older. To get his private license, Schulz had to
"I think that naivete is kind of what fly a minimum of 40 hours (he has flown
made it successful," he said. about 115) and learn basic aircraft con-
Schulz accomplished his goal and got' trol, how to handle emergencies, how to '.. "'
his private helicopter pilot's license on his navigate and some academics, such as
17th birthday, April 2. airspace, weather and aircraft systems.
That made him oneof only three 17- "It's a lot to learn, and it's kind of scary
year-olds in the country who have private at times," Schulz said.
helicopter pilot's licenses, according to It is more common for flight students '
the Federal Aviation Administration. to learn to fly airplanes before they learn
"It's the hardest and most important helicopters, but Schulz was captivated by
thing I've ever had to work for," Schulz helicopters.
said. "It was fulfilling. I loved every min- He said he is attracted to helicopters
ute of it." because of the extra challenge and myS-
He learned to fly even as he doubled tique of rotorcraft. The views don't hurt,
down on classes at school. He will be the either.
first student to graduate 4 year early from Schulz has spent time flying in the
All Sairits' Academy, and he has already area, dipping over his school "to let them AM AIR JA8
been accepted to Embry-RiddleAeronau- know I'm flying and in class," but he has
'tical University ionDaytona.Beach. also been able to make some long flights, NG
"He's just that kind of student," said including to Arizona and Traverse City, O A
RyanWalsh, academic dean atAllSaint's. Mich. He got to fly at 100 mph inside
To make it easier to continue training' Arizona's Meteor Crater, and passed over
while in school, Schulz worked withWalsh mountains in Kentucky. As he flew to Tra-
and others to create an independent verse City, he had to make sure the blades I
study that he called "The Art of Flight." didn't ice over from .the cold, rough ,
If Schulz hadn't earned his license, he weather of the "polar vortex." I
would have failed his independent study. Surrounded by glass, it's the "best thing B ff..
The curriculum he designed allows him you can do," he said. "It's a beautiful way R1' E V"ENT:
to goto Winter Haven Municipal Airport to see the country." r Birds and Civilian Aircraft
at noon everyWednesday to continue his Embry-Riddle will help Schulz on his Come trm La caliaendo rsc
trainiig. way to being a career pilot, but there are
In addition; he practiced photography several career steps ahead. Young gi esAir Rides. Heliopter Rides
from the air and pieced together a video First, he wants to earn his commercial 'Jo rsonSe
from footage captured by attaching a Go- pilot's license when he becomes eligible CIIIPOl
Pro camera to the helicopter as he flew. at 18.
"I was flabbergasted at the production Additional steps include building up R/C AVIATORS
quality of it. It's likesomething you'd see hours as a certified flight instructor and
on the Discovery Channel," said his fa- giving helicopter tours. KSO
ther, Paul Schulz, a local artist. "I don't Once he has enough hours, one pos-
know what he's gdlng to eventually do (for sible job opportunity would be as a pilot OUNTY
a living), but he's already coming up with on retainer for companies. a"' Po
commercial skills." For now, Schulz is about to take finals, Fa k
The expense of training for a private li- but after that, he wants to buckle down City aof Jacksn ount Main Street
cense makes it difficult to pursue. and focus on training. rMr'Carn,


Arkansas issues same-sex marriage licenses

The Associated Press
Gay marriage arrived
in the Bible Belt on Satur-
day, beginning with two
women who had traveled
overnight to ensure they'd 4
be first in line.
"Thank God," Jennifer
Rambo said after Carroll,
County Deputy Clerk Jane
Osborn issued a marriage
license to her and Kristin
Seaton, a former volleyball
player at the University of
Arkansas. The Fort Smith
couple wed moments lat-
er on a sidewalk near the a,
courthouse; the officiant
wore a rainbow-colored
In total, 15 licenses
were issued for same-sex
couples in northwest Ar-
kansas' Carroll County,
Osborn said.
Pulaski County Circuit
Judge Chris Piazza paved
the way Friday with a rul-
ing that removed a 10- w
year-old barrier, saying
a constitutional amend-
ment overwhelmingly THEASSOCIATED PRESS
passed by voters in 2004 Jennifer Rambo (right) smiles as her partner, Kristin Seato (center) hugs Sheryl Maples, the lead attorney'who filed the Wright v. the State of Arkansas lawsuit,
banning gay marriage was on Saturday in Eureka Springs, Ark. A judge on Friday overturned Amendment 83, which banned same-sex marriage in the state.
"an unconstitutional at-
tempt to narrow the defi-
nition of equality." Piaz- the authority and shooed of Arkansas Counties ex- Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia became the first state no speciallegal status.
za's ruling also overturned people from her office. ecutive director Chris Vil- and Texas, and ordering wide elected official to Among those who let
a 1997 state law banning "We just walked out of lines said. Kentucky, Ohio and Ten- announce he personally Rambo and Seaton back
gay marriage. here crying," Rambo said. "The court didn't give us nessee to recognize same- supports gay marriage up front were Zeek Taylor,
Butbecause Piazza didn't When Osborn inter- any time to get the kinks sex marriages from other. rights, but would continue 67, and DickTitus, 65,who
issue a stay, Arkansas' 75 vened, other same-sex worked out,"Villines said. states. to defend the state's ban in have been together 40
county clerks were left couples let Rambo and Attorney General Dustin Arkansas' amendment court. years. Taylor confronted
to decide for themselves Seaton return to their McDaniel said he would was passed in 2004 with Eureka Springs, an Ozark Gordon, the deputy clerk,
whether to grant marriage place in line. appeal the ruling and the overwhelming support Mountain town of about about closing the office,
licenses. "And some of these peo- asked it be suspended of Arkansas voters. 2,000, is known for its arts saying, "Yourjob isto issue
Rambo, 26, and Seaton, ple here have been wait- during that process. No Jerry Cox, president of environment and liberal marriage license to every-
27, were the first gay cou- ing 50 years and they still appeal had been filed as theArkansas FamilyCoun- policies in the otherwise one that's here." Gordon
pie to be legally married. instructed us to come up of Saturday afternoon. cil, which promoted Ar- conservative northwest said the complaint could
They arrived about 2 a.m., front," Rambo said. The U.S. Supreme Court kansas' ban, said Piazza's Arkansas along with a be taken up with her boss.
slept in a Ford Focus and It wasn't immediately last year ruled that a law decision to not suspend 65-foot-ta4 statue of Jesus Paul Wank, 80, of Eureka
awoke every half-hour known whether other forbidding the federal gov- his ruling will create con- and a play about the last Springs interrupted the
to make sure no one else counties issued licenses ernment from recognizing fusion if a stay is issued. days of his life. exchange, pointing his
would take a spot at the Saturday. Several were same-sex marriages was "Are these people mar- In 2007, the Eureka black cane at Gordon.
head of the line. open for early primary- unconstitutional. Using tied? Are they unmar- Springs City Council "You' don't have to be
As dawn came, no -one election voting, but staff- language similar to that ried?" Cox said. "Judge unanimously approved a hateful, sir," the deputy
was certain any clerk ers said they were not pre- from the Supreme Court, Piazza did a tremendous proposal to create a do- clerk said.
would issue a marriage pared to issue marriage state and federal judges disservice to the people of mestic-partner registry "You've been hateful to
license to a same-sex licenses. nationwide have struck Arkansas by leaving this in that took effect despite people like me for years.
couple. Initially, Deputy Piaiza's lack of a stay down other same-sex limbo." several failed efforts to. So keep up," Wank said.
Clerk Lana Gordon said caused confusion among marriage bans ruling Arkansas' ruling came defeat or outlaw the issue. "You're doing everything
she wasn't sure she had county clerks, Association against bans in Michigan, a week after McDaniel The partnerships confer you can to stall."

Dozens of protesters C E L E B R A T IN

ride in off-limits canyon ae l -

The Associated Press breakers accountable." the past 20 years A 0 0 ,
Bureau of Land Manage- Some ofBundy's children
Dozens of people rode ment officers recorded and militia supporters also
their ATVs and motorcy- and documented protest- took part in the protest in
cles on an off-limits trail ers who traveled into the Recapture Canyon.
in southern Utah on Sat- closure area, he added. "This is where it's hap-
urday in a protest against The agency warned pening Saturday," Bundy
what the group calls the riders all week to. stay backer Ryan Payne of
federal government's over- out, vowing prosecution Montana told the Las Ve-
reaching control of public against those who ignore 'gas Sun. "This is a con-
lands. a law put in place in 2007 tinuation of the Bundy
San Juan County Sheriff after an illegal trail was tntn e nd
Rick Eldredge said from found that cuts through affair.Y
40 to 50 people, many of the ancestral ruins. A 14-mile section of trail ,
them waving American The canyon is open to, in the canyon is closed to f
flags, drove about a mile hikers and horseback motorized vehicles, Bu-' .
down Recapture Canyon riders. reau of Land Management '* B
near Blanding and then Utah Gov. Gary Herbert officials said, but there
turned around. Hundreds also urged people to up- are more than 2,800 miles
attended a rally at a near- hold the law. of trails open to them
by park before the protest. The group's act of defi- on public lands around
"It was peaceful, and ance marks the latest il- Blanding.
there were no problems lustration of growing ten- Environmentalists and
whatsoever," the sheriff sion between angry, rural Native Americans agree
told The Associated Press. Western residents and the that the ban is needed to
About 30 deputies and federal government over preserve fragile artifacts.
a handful of U.S. Bureau management of public Mark Maryboy, a former
of Land Management lands. Navajo Nation Council
law enforcement person- San Juan County.Com- delegate, called it.disap-
nel watched as protesters missioner Phil Lyman, ngat e g dsa
drove past a closure sign the protest's organizer, pointing that the group
and down the canyon, has said it was designed had no respect for Native
about 300 miles southeast to show that the federal American culture.
of Salt Lake City agency isn't the "supreme Earlier this week, a Bu- ,
Recapture Canyon is authority" and that local reau of Land Management G U R
home to dwellings, ar- residents have a right to employee in Utah was
tifacts and burials left have theiropinions heard. threatened while driving N URS ES
behind by Ancestral He did not immediately on a highway by two men
Puebloans as much as return a telephone call af- with a weapon holding a
2,000 years ago before they ter the protest. sign : "You Need to Die."
mysteriously vanished. The protest occurred Utah ranchers and county
Bureau of Land Manage- nearly a month after leaders recently threat- TO BE T T E R
ment Utah State Director southern Nevada rancher ened to break federal law PATIE T C A E
Juan Palma, in a state- Cliven Bundy and his sup- and round up wild horses PATIENT CA RE.
ment, said the riders may porters, some of them this summer if the agency .
have damaged artifacts armed militia members, doesn't do it first.
and dwellings that"tell the thwarted a Bureau of Land Motorized access to Re-
story of the first farmers in Management roundup of capture Canyon and other CHIPOLA M E D I CAL ASSOC I AT ES
the Four Corners region" his cattle near Bunkerville, are
of Utah, Arizona, New Nevada, 75 miles north- areas in Utahs n wilderness JOE H. GAY, M.D.
Mexico and Colorado. east of LasVegas. has been a source often-
"The BLM wasin Recap- Bundy, a states' rights sionfordecades. THE REGION'S NATIONALLY-CERTIFIED
ture Canyon today col- advocate who refuses to ATV riders rode another
lecting evidence and will acknowledge the author- off-limits trail in 2009 in PATIENT-CENTERED MEDICAL HOME PRACTICE,.
continue to investigate," ity of the federal govern-. a protest. The Bureau of 850.526.3434
Palma said. "The BLM ment, owes morethan$1 Land Management gave
will pursue all available million in fees and penal- information about the rid- A.,' X( ,
redress through the legal ties for letting his cattle ers to federal prosecutors, -Cet M jN6(A -U tt
Isystem to hold the law- use government land over but no charges were filed.


Adams Funeral Home tensive foreign travel. James & Sikes
PO Box 336 Upon retirement in 1991, Funeral Home
Blountstown, FL 32424 she resided in Atlanta until Maddox Chapel
850-674-5449 her move to Fort Collins, 4278 Lafayette Street
Colorado in 2007. Marianna, FI 32446
Brian Keith She is survived by her 850.482.2332
brother, George Bryan ands
Bramblett sister-in-law, Nancy Bryan
of Fort Collins, Colorado;
nephews, Josh and Wilkes Ted Jeter
Brian Keith Bramblett, Bryan; -daughters-in-law,
age 29, of Bristol, Florida Mary Jo Bryan and Liz Or- Ted Jeter, 69 of Sneads
passed away Wednesday, tega of Atlanta, Georgia.. died Thursday, May 8, 2014
May 7, 2014. Keith was She was a member of First at Bay Medical Center in
born September 26, 1984 in United Methodist Church Panama City.
Marianna, Florida to Henry in Marianna, Florida. Funeral services will be
and Carolyn Bramblett. He Graveside funeral seriv- at 2 pm, Tuesday, May 13,
lived, most of his life in ices will be Friday, May 16, 2014 at Sneads Assembly of
Bristol and was a graduate 2014 with burial in the fam- God Church. Interment
of Liberty County High ily plot in the Greenwood, will follow in Pope Ceme-
School. Keith Worked for a Florida Baptist Church tery with James & Sikes Fu-
billboard sign company Cemetery. James & Sikes neral Home Maddox Chap-
and was of the Pentecostal Funeral Home Maddox el directing. THEASSOCIATED PRESS
faith.o Chapel of Marianna, Flori- The family wjll receive Police investigate the scene in Lodi, N.J. on Friday State police id a mother of two boys
Sutrviors incldehis fa- da will direc, ofriends Monday, May 12, who went missing Friday was found stabbed to death. State police ay the Amber Alertfor
ther and satepmother, Expressions of sympathy 2014 froma 5-7 pm, CST at the boys,ages 7and 8, was canceledearly Saturday after they were recovered safely in South
Henry and Carla Bramblett may be made online at Sneads Assembly of God Carolina.
of Bristol; his mother, Car- www.iamesandsikesfuneralhomesxom Church. Carl
olyn Bramblett, also of
Bristol; two sons, Jacob and James & Lipford Mri. T d
Kaletb' Bramblett of Bristol Funeral Home
and their mother, Allyson Lanier-Andler 0 Coon St. Me an c aged i e tranged
Douglas of Sydney, Ohio; FuneralHome Graceville, FL32340 ,
two brothers, Michael 8261 Highway 90 East amesandfordahoom death 2 b oys saf
Bramblett of Dothan, Ala-, L a26 4
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oseeral untsend fales, andErvin Sears The Associated Press tenses, prosecutors said. gen County prosecutors
other efamxtndeily failly. Charles Ervin The boys lived with their said his bail would not be
friends 00 p.m. CT, on- acson Judi Mattx Sears, 36, of ODI, N.J. A man was mother. set until his first court ap-
Sday, May 12 at Word of Columbus, Georgia passed charged Saturday with An Amber Alert was is- pearance in New Jersey.
Truth Church in *Mr. Charles Ervin Jack- away, Thursday, May 8, stabbing his estranged: sued for the7- and 8-year- Marie Dejulia, who
Blountstown The memori- son, age 78, a native and 2014, at her residene fol- wife to death, then fleeing old boys in New Jersey, knows the family, toldThe
al service will follow at 6:00 lifelong resident of Jackson lowingan extendedillness. with their two young sons Virginia, West Virginia, Record of Woodland Park
p.m. at the church with County, Florida, passed Memorial service will be to South Carolina, where North Carolina andSouth that Tracy Jordan had an-
Reverend Ron Baker offi- away. Thursday, May 8, held 11 a.m., Monday, May he was captured and the Carolina, and police and ticipated that her divorce
ciating. n 2014, in Dothan, Alabama. 12, 2014 at Pleasant Grove boys were found safe after the FBI began to conduct would be finalized in the
Adams Fuieral Home is He was of the Protestant Baptist Church with Rev. a five-state Amber Alert, surveillance on various coming days. Dejulia
in charge of the arrange-. Faith and had retired as a James Lamb and Rev. ack authorities said, homes in South Caro- said Jordan worked in a
m en. Phon4.Stheafitersit S d in o Police Who arrived at lina and California owhere 'womens i
ments. Phone 674-5449. Steamfitter at Sunland in Faircloth officiating, James n aah o N e a ad to o
You may offer 'the family Marianna, Florida, after 31 & Lipford Funeral Home in Police ho arrived at lina an California r here women's clothingstorein
condolences online at years ofservice. Graceville directing. 39-year-old Tracy Jordan's some of his relatives live. Secaucus and had been He is survived by his lov- Family will receive home in Lodi to conduct a At around 12:45 a.m. dating herbrother.
ing wife, Linda Jackson of friends at the church 10 welfare check on her Fri- Saturday, FBI and local Dejulia told the newspa-
James & Sikes Grand Ridge, Florida; a.m. until time of service. day night found her dead police officers in Green- per that Jordan's mother
Funeral Home three daughters, Beth Judi was born in Tampa, of multiple stab wounds, vile, South Carolina, went to her apartment in
Maddox Chapel Newsome and her husband FL on March 21, 1978. She the Bergen County Pros- saw Jordan pull up at a theCynthiaGardens com-
4278 Lafayette Street Clifford of Clarksville, Flor- was a graduate of Poplar ecutbr's office said. Her residenceinhiswife'scar, plex after shewas unable
Marianna, F1 32446 ida, Karen Byrd and her Springs High School and a worried mother had called prosecutors said. He was fo ontact her daughter.
50.482.2332 husband Tommy of Grand member ofPleasant Grove police after she hadn't arrested without incident The mother calledipolice Rge andhe Ange rela deceased by Judy Ter- been able to get hold of shortly afterward, and the after there was no answer
ayne ofTallahasseeu Flor- rell and Martha Terrell, her and no one answered children were found un- when she knocked on the
Betty Jane ida; three sons, Michael grandparents Lloyd Regis- a knock at the door, afam- harmed in the vehicle. door.
Jackson and his wife Judy ter, Mr. and Mrs. Austin ily friend said. Jordan has been charged The body was found
Bryatn of Grand Ridge, John iacks Mattox. Police then learned that with murder and pos- inside the .apartment
son And his wife Debbie of She is survived by her be- Jordan's estranged hus- sessing a weapon for an around 5:15 p.m. Friday.
Betty lane Bryan of Fort Rehobeth, Alabama, and loved children Joshua Per- band, 47-year-old John unlawful purpose. He re- Lodi police and county
Collins, Colorado, formerly Kevin Jackson of Grand kins, Austin Perkins, Jacob Robert Jordan, had taken mains in custody in South authorities quickly cor-
of Atlanta, Georgia, died Ridge; a sister-in-law, Ber- Perkins, Mryville, TN; pa- their young sons out of Carolina awaiting extradi- doned off the area, neigh
May 7, 2014. She was born nice Jackson of Browns- rents Estal and Wanda Reg- school under false pre- tionproceedings, and Ber- bors said.
in. Jacksonville, Florida, ville, Kentucky; also ister Mattox, Graceville; sch under ase reedins nd r rs
May 20,' 1923 to Florrie twentyone grandchildren, grandmother Bonnie Reg-
Wilkes Bryan and George thirteen great grandchil- ister, Graceville; two broth-
Ward Bryan. During her dren and a number of nie- ers Josh Mattox (Ashley),
early years, she lived in ces and nephews. Slocomb, AL; AJ. Mattox
Adel, Georgia. She gradu- Charles was preceded in (Seanna), Esto, FL; two sis-
ated from North Avenue death by his parents, Ervin ters Marcey Long(Michael),
Presbyterian School in At- and Ada Jackson, his Amy Young (Dylan),
lanta, attended Wesleyan daughter, Nancy Ranew Graceville; several nieces,
Conservatory in Macon, and a brother, Marion nephews, aunts, uncles
Georgia and Marjorie Web- Jackson. and dousins.
ster, Jr. College, Washing- Visitation with the family Expressions of sympathy
ton, D.C., and: graduated will take place at Lanier'- can be made at www.james
'from Florida State Univer- Andler Funeral Home
sity in Tallahassee and In- Chapel, Sunday, May 11,
ter American University in 2014, 5:00 till7:00 PM CST.
San German, Puerto Rico. Funeral Services. will be o
She later pursued a teach- held at Lanier-Andler Fu-
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$32,500 for sexual-assault complaint address gradsin Boston)
The Associated Press vestigation, which is'still underway and
is separate from the settlement The Associated Press beamed as they were presented honor-
BOULDER, Colo. -- The University of The universitysaiditdidn'tadmitliabil- ary college degrees.
Colorado has paid a student $32,500 to ity or fault by agreeing to the settlement. BOSTON A Boston Marathon Neither had graduated from pollege.
settle a complaint she filedover the way Patrick O'Rourke, the university's chief bombing survivo'r and 'the man who The pair held their diplomas tight as
'the school handled her report of being legal counsel, said universities' man- saved his life teamed up again Saturday about 200 Fisher College graduates
sexually assaulted. age claims the way businesses do. The for a commencement speech, telling walked across the stage to receive 'their
The Boulder Daily Camera reported university needs to make "intelligent the new graduates of Fisher College to own degrees.
the settlement Saturday after obtaining and prudent business decisions" to best "keep running forward."' Bauman and Arredondo, now close
a copy of the agreement under the state serve its mission without being involved Jeff Bauman, who lost his legs in last friends, touched on the powr r of com-
Open Records Act. in litigation, he said. year's attacks, told the crowded audito- munity in their speeches, praising the
The payment was made to Sarah Gil- The Boulder campus is hiring a Title IX rium in Boston how his life was turned other first responders and residents
chriese, who said she was sexually as- coordinator, which was recommended upside down 13 months ago. who stepped up and offered endless
saulted by another student. She said her by an external review the university comr- He Wasn't sure if he would ever walk support to the more than 260 survivors
assailant's punishment included only an missioned last summer. The university is again, but henever gave up, he said. and the families of the three killed.
:eiglt-month suspension and $75 fine, also studying White House recommen- "We are all running a marathon in one Arredondo also stressed the impor-
and that it took four weeks for the assail- dations released last month on prevent- way or another," said Bauman, who now tance of helping others, as reflected by
ant to' be removed from campus. ing and responding to sexual assaults on Wears prosthetics. "Today you are at the his extensive work with the American
The Associated Press does not iden- campus. finish line of one race, but life is full of Red Cross and with campaigns for vet-
tify the victims of sexual crimes without For the first time, the U.S. Department starting lines and heartbreak hills, You erans and suicide prevention.
their consent. Gilchriese has agreed to of Education revealed on May 1 its list of just have to keep running forward."' "I hope that my actions motivate
be publicly identified. colleges under investigation for Title IX Bauman and Carlos Arredondo be- others simply to love their neighbors
"I hope that with all the publicity about violations as the Obama administration came symbols of courage April 15, through actions, good works and in
my case and my federal complaint that sought to bring more openness to the is- 2013, when tragedy struck the streets of times of need," Arredondo said.
it creates a community where a lot more sue of sexual triolence on and around the Boston. Arredondo, who was wearing a The two have had a busy year. Bau-
survivors feel comfortable coming for- nation's campuses. The schools ranged cowboy hat and passing out American man got engaged, and his fiancee is ex-
ward and reporting," she said. from public universities including Ohio flags when the bombs exploded near pecting a baby due July 14. He released
Gilchriese filed a complaint with the State, California and Arizona State to the finish line, rushed to save Bauman his memoir, "Stronger," last month.
U.S. Department of Education's Office private schools including Knox College in a moment captured in an Associated' Bauman and Arredondo sat near each
Sfor Civil Rights last year alleging CU vio- in Illinois, Swarthmore College in Penn- Press photo. other at the finish line of this year's Bos-
lated Title IX, a federal education law sylvania arid Catholic University in the While in the hospital, Bauman helped ton Marathon.
prohibitirig discrimination on the basis District of Columbia. Ivy League schools authorities identify the bombing They were also guests of first lady Mi-
of sex. including Harvard, Princeton and Dart- suspects. chelle Obama at this year's State of the
The Civil Rights Office launched an in- mouth were also on the list. On Saturday, Bauman and Arredondo Union address.

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California farmer locked in battle with union

The Associated Press P

SANGER Six months
ago, workers at one of
the largest fruit farms in
the U.S. went to the bal-
lot box to decide if they
would continue to be rep-
resented by the United
Farm Workers, which won
that right two decades ago
but never forged a labor
The ballots, still un-
counted by state officials
and locked in a safe, sit at
the center of a dispute be-
tween the union launched
by iconic farm labor lead-
er Cesar Chavez and Ger-
awan Farming Inc., which
hires more than 5,000
workers annually to tend
and harvest nectarines,
peaches and plums.
Chavez has long since
passed away, but the
UFW's fight to get workers
at Gerawan a union-ne-
gotiated contract goes on,
moving from the farm's
vast orchards in Central
California to courtrooms
amid accusations of bro-
ken labor laws and intimi-
dation tactics.
In California, the na- THEASSOCIATED PRESS
tion's most productive ag- Dan Gerawan (left), owner of at Gerawan Farming, Inc., talks with crew boss Jose Cabello on April 29 in a nectarine orchard near Sanger, Calif. Gerawan is in a
riculural region, unions battle with the United Farm Workers, which wants to represent thousands of workers at the family farm. The workers last year voted on retaining the union or
over decades have won rejecting it, but the ballots have yet to be counted in a contested election that is now playing out in court.
more than 750 elections
to represent workers, said he considers to be an un- sides met once, without constitutional validity" want the UFW to repre- gate potential violations
Philip Martin, a farm labor constitutional state law to agreeing to a contract. and would unfairly force sent them anymore. The of worker rights. Gerawan
expert at the University of take control of his busi- After that, Elenes said, the union on him and his vote happened Nov. 5, and said his crew bosses have
California Davis. ness and rob his workers UFW leaders realized they workers. she believes the ballots not intimidated workers,
But that never resulted of their choice of whether were up against a power- UFW's Elenes said he if counted would drive and he wants the votes
in more than 350 negoti- to be represented. ful, anti-union farm. would rather obtain a vol- out the UFW. counted.
ated contracts, so Martin Gerawan said the UFW The union turned to Sac- untary agreement and not Silas Shawver, director of Gerawan worker and
said another 400 farms turned its back on the ramento, Elenes said, and have to use the mediation the stateAgriculture Labor union supporter Severia-
may find themselves workers for 20 years, un- won passage in 2002 of a law. Relations Board's office in no Salas, 34, said in Span-
in the same position as til recently returning out law that calls for media- Silvia Lopez, who has Visalia, said the ballots re- ish, with the UFW's Elenes
Gerawan. of nowhere. "There's no tion iftwo sides can't reach picked peaches for 15 main untouched because translating, that working
In the South, in states longer peace in the fields," a contract. The UFW test- years at Gerawan, said she of unsettled allegations conditions have improved
such as North Carolina, he said. "What was our sin ed the law at three smaller is happy with the pay and made by the UFW that since the union returned.
a few farms and food that justifies this?" farms in San Joaquin and working conditions. "If Gerawan's crew bosses co- Salas, who had worked
processors have recently UFW's National Vice Madera counties, gaining they don't treat me good, erced workers into signing at the farm for 15 years,
unionized, said David President Armando Elenes hundreds of new mem- I don't stay there even one the petition calling for the said he is ready to pay
Zonderman, a labor his- said farmworkers need bers before returning to day," the 38-year-old said. vote, compromising the 3 percent for full union
torian at North Carolina protection today more Gerawan in 2012. Lopez said she doesn't process. representation.
State University, adding than ever from abuses Gerawan said that in the want the UFW taking 3 Shawver denied that the "What would I tell my
that the region remains such as low wages, expo- two decades that passed, percent of her paycheck agriculture board is on the kids if I didn't do this?"
at the bottom of national harmful pesticides he heard nothing from the in dues. She led a signa- UFW's side, saying his of- he said. "If I didn't defend
rankings for organized and working in extreme union. ture drive to hold a vote fice is independent and myself, how am I going to
labor. heat. "Not a letter, no phone on whether the workers bound by law to investi- face them?"
"It can be Michigan, He disputed union crit- call, no fax, no email, no
Maine, North Carolina or ics who say the UFW is re- contact at all," he said.
Northern California," Zon- asserting its long-dormant Elenes said there was no Dr. Marling is now seeing patients at
derman said. "Organizing right to represent workers disappearing act, as Ger-
farmworkers is very, very merely to bolster its mem- awan cla raiund neN ort Florida C om m unityi
difficult." bership rolls and dues. '"It In a new round of nego-
Dan Gerawan, who has nothing to do with a tiations last year, the sides os ital M edical la a
runs the family business money grab," he said. "It met repeatedly without
in Central California and has to do with improving agreeing on a contract,
claims it pays the high- conditions for workers." and the UFW invoked its 1376 Brickyard Road, Suite 4 Chipley, Florida 32428
est wages in the industry, This feud dates back right to a mediator. Ger- For an Appointment Call (850) 638-9980
said the union and a run- to 1992, when the UFW awan appealed, saying
away state labor board are began to represent, Ger- having a mediator order
in collusion, using what awan's workers. The two a contract has "dubious



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Lady Pirates turned back by Chiefland

BY DUSTIN KENT performance in the circle by the seventh inning when Taylor sophomore Lauren Stalvey to get Hussey came on in relief in a
the win and advance to Satur- 10-2 game, but the damage had
The Sneads Lady Pirates fell day's state title game against Jay. long been done bythe Lady Indi-
short of their dream of a state "I thought their team had a ans'lineup.
championship over the week- great game and played extreme- An RBI single by Takia London
end in Vero Beach, losing to the ly well," Sneads coach Kelvin got Chieflandon the board in the
Chiefland Lady Indians 12-2 in Johnson said of Chiefland after first inning, with an RBI triple by
the 1A state semifinals. the game. "I thought everything Brittany Gilliam and an RBI sin-
Chiefland scored a run in the went their way today. We haven't gle by Lauren Parker in the third
first inning, two in the third, two given up double digit runs all making it 3-0.
more in the sixth, and blew the year long, but I can't take any- A two-run inside-the-park
game wide open with seven runs thing away from them. They home run by Samantha Rolfe
in the top of the seventh. played very well." pushed the margin to 5-0 in the
The Lady Indians exploded for Brooke Williams started in the KRIST CLOUDn FLOIAN
15 hits and got a complete-game circle for Sneads and lasted until See SNEADS, Page 3B Tina Greene (12) hits the ball during a game last week in Sneads.


Hubbs Off to a rocky start

out as


Sneads High School will be
looking for a new head boys
basketball coach for the sec-
ond straight year after reliev-
ing Bruce Hubbs
after just one
year on the job.
Hubbs took
over for long-
time coach Kelvin Johnson last
year and his Pirates struggled
for much of the season, losing
their first seven games and 14
of their first 16.
But Sneads caught fire late
and beat Graceville, Altha
and Cottondale to win the
District 2-1A tournament YOSHITAKAHAMADA /THE LEDGER
championship. Chipola Indians shortstop Kevin Santa (11) tags out Central Florida Patriots' Collin Woody (22) at second base in the 2014 FCSAA state baseball
The Pirates were elimi- tournament at the Joker Marchant Stadium in Lakeland on Friday.
nated from the playoffs by
Paxton Bobcats 52-50 on a
buzzdnte-bern by Willianm An Indians downed by Patriots in state tourney debut
derson, finishing the year at
9-19. BY DUSTIN KENT Central Florida advanced to play today for Khawam, who finished 2-for-5 with
Hubbs was working as a against the winner of Saturday's game three RBI and two runs, while Enderson
teacher at Grand Ridge Mid- against the winner of Saturday's game be- Velasquez and David Lugo added two hits
dle School and also helped The Chipola Indians got off to a rocky tween Miami Dade and State College of each for the Patriots.
out as an assistant for the start to the FCSAA state tournament in Florida. Boomer Biegalski started on the mound
football and baseball teams at Lakeland on Friday, falling to Central Flor- The Patriots got there by breaking up a and went the distance to get the win for
Sneads. ida 7-3 thanks to a four-run ninth inning tie game with a pair of huge two-out hits Central Florida, giving up three earned
Sneads High School prin- for the Patriots. in the top of the ninth inning, with Robby runs on eight hits and two walks with six
cipal Faye Parker gave no The loss meant that the Indians had Jolley coming up with a pinch-hit two-RBI strikeouts.
comment on the reason for to come back Saturday night to play an single for the go-ahead runs and Christian Biegalski kept the Indians' potent lineup
Hubbs' dismissal and said elimination game against the Tallahassee Khawam following with a two-run home at bay for most of the night, with Chipola's
there was no current timeline Eagles, who lost 11-3 to State College of run to blow it open.
for hiring a new basketball Florida in their opening round game. It was the second home run of the night See INDIANS, Page 3B

GracevilIe Football Sneads Football

Hghcho Thomas searching for answers on O-Line
High School
football team BY DUSTIN KENT
practices dkent@jcfloridan .com
formation at With the first week of spring football practice
the line of in tihe books, second-year Sneads coach Bill
scrimmage Thomas has a pretty firm grasp on his teamn's
last week in strengths, weaknesses, and the biggest area of
Graceville. need going forward.
The Pirates return a talented array of skill
KRISTIE CLOUD/ FLORIDAN players such as star running back Antwan Durn
-who rushed for 1,595 yards and 16 touchdowns
W s ein 2013 rising senior back lavarris Goodson,
W Ise believes added and an athletic receiving duo of Alphonso Brown
and Devante Pettus.
d tp e B ut Thomas said Friday that if Sneads can't
find some answers on the offensive line, all of
ne h those playmakers won't have many opportuni-
BY DUSTIN KENT pear to be on the way as Wise ties to make plays. KRISTIECLODi FLODRIDnAN begins his second spring with Sneads lost All County starting left tackle Kyle The Pirates' quarterbacks practice throwing Friday
the Tigers with increased num- Commodore, as well as starting left guard Trent afternoon in Sneads.
Ty Wise's first season as coach bers and a talented nucleus of Jeter and starting tight end Andy Faria to gradu- of time. I don't know if we'll get there before the
at Graceville High School proved returning players with an added ation, with AJ Johnson, Austin Goff and Bailey spring is over," he said. "It's going to be a process
quite the challenge, with youth year of experience under their Beauchamp returning as starters, that we take all summer to get to where we want
and a lack of depth proving too belts. That's a solid nucleus of experienced linemen to be on the offensive line. They're big enough
tough to overcome in a year that Wise said that the first week of to build with, but Thomas said that he hasn't yet and strong enough to play, the young guys. But
ended disappointingly with a 4- spring practice saw 40 players in been able to find consistent replacements for they're not fast enough to play yet (at the varsity
6 record and third-place finish in attendance, up from just 23 that his departed starters to form a consistent and level). The game's a lot faster than they're ready
district. cohesive unit.
But some reinforcements ap- See WISE, Page 3B "The offensive line is still young. It's taking a lot See THOMAS, Page 3B

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Manzielmania rocks Jets'Pryor not worried

Cleveland hard about strict contact rules
C le v e l H The Associated Press football is a physical and a tough game.
You have to compete at a very high level
The Associated Press FLORHAM PARK, N.J. Calvin Pryor and you have to play fearless."
plans to keep delivering hard hits in the The 5-foot-11 Pryor, from Port St.
BEREA, Ohio John- NFL. Joe, Florida, had seven interceptions,
ny Manziel held up his And, the New York Jets' first-round nine forced fumbles and 218 tackles in
new brown No. 2 jersey pick isn't worried about getting flagged three seasons at Louisville. Under coach
and flashed a smile that or fined for them. Charlie Strong, who'p now at Texas, the
beamed to Texas. With TheformerLouisvillesafetywasknown Cardinals ran a defense similar to that
whirring cameras provid- for his aggressive play, something that which Ryan and defensive coordinator
ing the soundtrack, he attracted the Jets and coach Rex Ryan. Dennis Thurman run.
was welcomed to his NFL Pryor, who earned the nickname "Lou- "For the most part," Pryor said, "it's
home. isville Slugger" in college, was the No. 18 the same thing."
Johnny Football arrived. overall pick Thursday night. While Pryor's hitting is the high-
Cleveland may never be "Coach Ryan just said, 'Just be your- ligt, he insists his cover skills are also
the same. self,'" Pryor said at his introductory more than adequate something
Humble, confident and news conference Friday. "In college, that could come in handy against tight
charmingly comfortable I had clean hits. I used my shoulder ends and wide receivers trying to make
in handling any question, pads and I don't lead with my helmet, plays across the middle against the
Manziel was introduced So, if I just continue to do the same Jets.
Friday by the Browns, thing, I'm pretty sure we won't have a "I'm very confident in my ability, first
who positioned them- problem." and foremost," Pryor said. "I feel like I
selves perfectly in the first Pryor's physical style has some com- have the complete package as a safety
round.of the draft to select paring him to other hard-hitting safeties Most people know me as a hard-hit-
the polarizing Texas A&M such as Tampa Bay's Dashon Goldson ting safety because I had a few hard
quarterback with equal and Indianapolis' Laron Landry, both, hits in college. But when you watch
amounts of skill and swag. of whom have been frequently fined for my film, you see that playmaking abil-
Sitting alongside fellow hits in the NFL. ity that jumps out at you, a guy that's
first-round pick Justin Gil- Ryan called Pryor "an enforcer" .flying around and has passion for the
bert, ,a cornerback from shortly after the Jets drafted him, and game.",
Oklahoma State taken 14 added that he is the perfect fit for New Pryor grew up a fan of former All-
picks ahead of him, Man- THEASS OCIATEDPRES Yorks physical defense. Ryan first be- Pro safety Brian Dawkins, also known
ziel said le's stepping into Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manzielhlds hid s new cane aware of Pryor during the col- for his hard hits and knack for mak-
a life he believes will be jesey at the team's facility in Berea, Ohio on Friday.lege season when the safety made three ing plays during a 16-year NFL career.
even crazier than his col- of support already, but (car) window and started eye-popping plays during the first se- The rookie realizes that a physical
lege days. there's work that needs to screaming, 'Cleveland' ries in a game against Central Florida; approach can help set the tone of a
"I'm going into it expect- be done." Browns, Cleveland Browns including knocking ouit a running game.
ing madness," he said. Manziel said he doesn't we're here,"' he said.-"I'm .back. ,"Most receivers and quarterbacks,
Manzielmania hit Cleve- carry the burden of being excited he's here. I expect "I don't really know how to describe guys on the offensive side of the ball,
land like a spring thun-' Johnny Football, the kid nothing but the best from it because when yo9 see an impact like they don't like being hit like that," Pryor
derstorm Friday. As of who turns giant stadiums him." that and someone goes down like that, said. "So, when you see someone have
'6 p.m., the Browns had into his personal play- ,The Browns have been first you wonder, 'Is he OK?'" Pryor said an impact like that and can be very
sold 2,300 season tickets ground and the one who waiting for someone, any- of the feeling of delivering a hard, clean physical on defense and knock guys
-renewals and new pur- occasionally, hangs out one like Manziel for years. hit. "That's the type of person I am. I out, it can become an intimidation
chases since the start with rap stars and LeBron The team has started 20 care for people. the same time, factor."
of Thursday's first round. James. ,quarterbacks since 1999,
In the hours after Manziel "I'm Johnny Manziel," a roll call that begins with
was chosen with th6 No. he said. "Johnny Football Ty Detmer and includes
22 overall pick, the team's is what I am in the media first-round busts like Tim
sales staffstruggled to keep and what is out there. I Couch, Brady Quinn and
upwith phones that barely accept it and I'm very ac- Brandon Weeden. Man-
stopped ringing. cepting of it. At the same ziel's well aware of the
At the tean's gift shot in time, Iknow who I am. I'm Browns' failings and hopes
FirstEnergy Stadium, fans Johnny Manziel from Ker- to be the one to solidify
waited in long lines to buy rville, Texas. I do't let that things.
Manziel jerseys at. $150 a get to me too much or let "I have goals for myself,
pop. all that weigh me down or expectations," he said.
The 2012 Heisman Tro- ever make me lose sleep at "But I feel like if I put in
phy winner took all the at- night." the time necessary and I
tention in stride. He's used As he spoke, Gilbert qui- do what I'm supposed to
to it, having had his every etly took it all in as he sat do and really open myself
move on and off the field next to his famous team- up to these coaches and let
chronicled since the first mate. Gilbert confessed; them teach me and mold
time he scrambled out to getting caught up in me into being a good foot-
of the pocket and made Manziel's selection while ball player and continue
a magical play. for the he was in NewYork. to build on what I did the
Aggies. I was on my way back past couple years as far as
"It means a lot to me, to the hotel and I think my getting better year by year,
obviously," Manziel said mom or somebody told piece by piece, then I'll THEASSOGIATEDPRESS
About Cleveland's hyped me that we had Johnny have some success. I'll be- Calvin Pryor, who was drafted by the New York Jets with the th pick in theNFL draft, talks
reaction. "I've gotten a lot Manziel so I let down the lieve that." to the press Friday in Florham Park, NJ.

Bills acquire Eagles RB Brown, trade WR Stevie Johnson

The Associated Press CJ. Spiller. including four starts. series, of trades the Bills
The Eagles, by compari- Brown set the Eagles' have made over the pakt
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. son, had what coach Chip single-game rookie rush- month.
-The Buffalo Bills crossed Kelly cated "a logjam" at ing tecord in his first start, On Friday, Buffalo dealt
off a draft need by acquir- running back. Brown was when he had 178 yards receiver Stevie Johnson to
ing running back Bryce also regarded as expend- and two scores against San Francisco.Johnsonbe-
Brown in a trade with the able in Philadelphia be-' Carolina on Nov. 26, 2012. came the odd-man out in
Philadelphia Eagles on cause his side-to-side run- He followed that up a acrowded group ofreceiv-
Saturday. ning style didn't fit IKelly's week later with 169 yards ers after the Bills opened
The teams swapped sev- offense. rushing and two scores at the draft by trading up five
2enth-round picks in this Kelly and Bills director Dallas. spots to select Clemson
year's, withtheEaglesmov- of player personnel Jim In Buffalo, Brown joins receiver Sammy Watkins ,
ing up five spots to land Monos both said the trade an offense that ranked sec- with theNo.4 pick.
the 224th selection. The had been ip the works for ond in yards rushing last Last month, Buffalo gave
Bills also gave up a condi- the past morith. season. up a sixth-round draft pick
tional draft pick- either a Brown has 190 car-' "Yeah, I was definitely to acquire receiver Mike
fourth-rounder next year ries for 878 yards and six surprised," Brown said. Williams in a trade with
or a third-round selection touchdowns in 32 games "But I think it's a great op- Tampa Bay.
in 2016. in two seasons with the portunity for me to come On Friday, the Bills
In landing Brown, the Eagles. in and be able to contrib- swapped second-round
Bills filled a need for depth He overcame fumbling ute anyway that Ican. I'm draft picks and picked
without having to address issuesduring his rookie excited about the jour- up an additional fifth- THEASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
it in the draft. He'llserve in season to finish with 564 ney. And I can't wait to get round pick (153rd over- Buffalo wide receiver Stevie Johnson (13) pushes off Atlanta
a backup role behind co- yards rushing and four started." all) in a trade with St. cornerback Robert McClain (27) during the game in Toronto
starters Fred Jackson and touchdowns in 16 games, This was the latest in a Louis. on Dec.1,2013.

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25.0 million. the draft back two weeks. D-Calif., sent aletter Friday plans to schedule a hear-
"Thank you, fans, for Considering the number of to the chairmanl of the ing on this issue."
_lmaking last night the most viewers, keeping it in May Committee on Energy and From wire reports



Jags draft WRs Lee, Robinson after Bortles
'The Associated Press A huge need given Black- of the day decided who
mon's suspension. And a to draft between the two.
JACKSONVILLE-When potential big-time target They settled on Lee, and
quarterback Blake Bortles for Bortles, the third over- then had a chance to get
does become Jacksonville's all pick in the first round both.
starter, he could have quite who will be groomed for When Robinson was
the supporting cast. the starting role behind still available late in the
The Jaguars selected re- Chad Henne. second round, the Jag-
ceivers Marqise Lee from The 6-foot, 192-pound uars traded up nine spots
USC and Allen Robinson Lee caught 248 passes for to get him. They gave San
from Penn State in the sec- 3,655 yards and 29 touch- Francisco a third-round
ond round of the NFL draft downs in three years with pick (No. 70 overall) and a
Fridaynight. The additions the Trojans. He caught 57 fifth-rounder (No. 150) to
likely signal the end of Jus- passes for 791 yards and choose Robinson with the
tin Blackmon's career in four scores last year de- 61st selection.
Jacksonville. spite playing through, a The 6-foot-3, 220-pound
They also traded up and knee ipjury. Robinson caught 177 pass-
drafted Miami guard Bran- "He's explosive. He can es for 2,474 yards and 17
don Linder in the third THE ASSOCIATEDPRESS make defenders mis," touchdowns in three years
round, the latest move in Jacksonvillefirst round picBlakeBortles(center) holds h newjerseywith (from left)grlfriend Caldwell said. "He's very at Penn State. He had 97
the rebuilding of the team's Lindsey Duke, mom Suzy, dad Rob, uncle Randy and aunt Laura, after a news conference Friday, instinctive. He's got a feel receptions for 1,432 yards
offensive line. Jackson- at EverBank Field in Jacksonville. for zones. He can separate and six scores last year.
ville gave New England di Blackmon to play in 2014. cided to stay put and take an easy one, especially in and out of breaks very "The addition of these
fourth-round pick (No. 105 The Jaguars cant cut their chances. And Lee was with the Jaguars trying to well. When he gets the ball two guys make a state-
overall) and a sixth-round- Blackmon at the moment available at No. 39. upgrade one of the NF's in.his hands, he's a threat ment that we're trying to
er (No. 179) to take Linder under NFL rules, and "We had our fingers worst offenses, to take it to the house. He's get better now," Bradley
with the 93rd selection. when asked if they could crossed, but it all worked "This is a guy that obvi- a playmaker, and we need said.
But the bigger news was part ways when he gets re- out," Bradley said. "It ob- .ously we had him highly playmakers." And they're moving on
Blackmon. instated, Caldwell added: viously helps us. It bring rated. I think the whole The Jaguars have had lit- without Blackmon.
General manager Dave "Ifthathappens." athleticism, it brings play- country did," Caldwell tie luck drafting receivers "There are some un-
Caldwell indicated the With Blackmon's future making ability to our of- said. "But for whatever in early rounds, beginning knowns there," Bradley
team will consider parting uncertain, the Jaguars fense ... He'll be an excit- reason this is a deep with R. Jay Soward in 2000 said. "You dont know how
ways with Blackmon if and wasted little time selecting ing player." draft and sometimes and continuing with Reg- it's working out. I just don't
when he gets reinstated. Lee with the 39th overall Lee got an endorsement players fall. The guy's a gie Williams (2004), Matt want to shut it off. I was
Blackmon is suspended pick. from Jaguars assistant playmaker. When he gets Jones (2005) and Blackmon hoping that it would be
indefinitely for repeated The Jaguars explored linebackers coach Scottie the ball in his hands, he's (2012). All four spent time, better than maybe where
violations of the league's trading up as many as six Hazelton, who coached electric. in the NFL's substance- it's going, but we'll see. We
substance-abuse policy. spots to grab Lee in the linebackers at USC in 2012. "This is a good draft with abuse policy. havent heard much and it
"I think we've kind of second round, but when Hazeltbn told coaches and good players. Somebody's The new regime believes doesn't sound like it's go-
moved on for this year," no receivers went off the scouts that Lee had "abso- got to fall, right? And it just things willbe different with ing in the right direction.
said Caldwell, who said board in the first few picks, lutely no red flags." so happened that it was a Lee and Robinson. Just like Dave said: We can't
last week he doesn't expect Caldwell and Bradley de- That made the decision need for us." The Jaguars spent part count on him."

Thomas last year and was a great "Right now I'm firing Dolphins drft CB in4th round
player for us. You don't just them every play, bless theira n roun
From Page lB replace that type of kid hearts," Thomas said. "I
overnight. Most kids don't told them that's part of the The Associated Press with free agent acquisition Cortland
for, but they'll get there. It play well when they're process. This is the way it Finnegan and a pair of 2013 rookies
will just take a lot of hard sophomores and juniors, has to be done and they're DAVIE Two cornerbacks drafted by who saw little action second-round
work." but we're working on it to not ready to do it that way the Miami Dolphins a year ago haven't pick Jamar Taylor and third-round pick
Perhaps the most work try to get it done. yet. But we'll keep going made of an impact yet, so new general Will Davis.
is needed to replace Com- Third-year starter John- through it until somebody manager Dennis Hickey took another All are candidates for the job op-
modore, who was a consis- son comes back at right steps up. That's what the one Saturday. posite Pro Bowl cornerback Brent
tent force for the Pirates at tackle and has stepped spring is for, to get a little Hickey devoted a pick to defense Grimes.
left tackle for the past two up into a leadership role, bit of a heat start in your for the first time in this year's NFL The Dolphins drafted Tennessee right
seasons. Thomas said, with Beau- idea about what guys can draft when he selected Liberty cor- tackle Ja'Wuan James, Louisiana' State'.
Thomas said he's not champ and Goffboth pick- do." nerback Walt Aikens in the fourth receiver Jarvis Landry and North Da-
surprised how difficult of ing up where they left off The Pirates will cap off round. kota State tackle Billy Turner in the first
a time he's having finding last season. their spring by compet- Aikens will compete for playing time three rounds.
someone to fill his rather But filling out the. re- ing in the Jackson County
large shoes. maining spots on the line Jamboree at Marianna
"I realized how good Kyle has proven much trickier, High School on May 24, three hits.
was, but I dont know if ev- with no one yet able to playing a quarter each I di anS But Central Florida broke through in
eryone else did," the coach consistently impress the against Cottondale and the ninth, with Colby Brown leading off
said. "He really improved Pirates coach. Marianna. From Page 1B with a single and Justin Ambrosino fol-
only offensive burst coming in the bot- lowing with a walk, and a sacrifice bunt
tom of the fifth inning when they plated by David ~tugo moving the runners into
ing runners on the coners But Johnson said that, three runs on three hits to tie thS game. scoring position with one out.
in the first inning before despite the disappointing Jason Sierra's two-out, two-RBI triple After NJ Williamson lined out to sec-
m Page B wasting a two-out hit in the end, he was proud of what down the right field line got the Indians ond for the second out, Chipola coach
From Page B third inning a one-out dou- his team accomplished on the board, with Blake Vesquez dou- Jeff Johnson replaced Lewis with lefty
top of the sixth, with ble by Emily Glover in the this season. bling to score Sierra to make it 3-3. reliever Jo Jo Durden to face Central
Sneads finally answering fourth, and a two-out single "It's never easy to lose Chipola had an opportunity to take Florida's left-handed lead-off hitter
with two runs in the bot- byWilliams in the sixth. anything, but at the same the lead when Vesquez led off the top Ryan Crile.
tom of the inning on an "We had a couple of time we put ourselves in a of the eighth inning with a double, but But the Patriots brought the right-
RBI sacrifice fly by Hussey chances early to answer good situation to get down Cody Lanford struck out after failing to hander Jolley to pinch hit and he came
and an RB. single by Tina back, but we could never here," he said. "This is get down a sacrifice bunt, Kevin Santa through with the biggest hit of the
Greene. get the big hit we needed where we wanted to be. We lined out to second, and Danny Mars night.
The stage was set for a when we got runners at would like to redo it, butwe grounded out to end the threat. Lewis went 8 2/3 innings and allowed
possible rally for the Lady second and third to put can't. Life goes on and the Taylor Lewis kept the Indians in the four earned runs on seven hits and two
Pirates in the seventh, but pressure on them," John- sun comes up tomorrow. game after falling behind early, giving walks, while getting five strikeouts.
Chiefland quickly put any son said. "We had to play The girls had a wonderful up single runs in the first, third anti Vesquez and Josh Merrigan had two,
such notion to rest by ex- catch-up and so the pres- season. (Getting) 26 wins is fourth innings, but holding the Patriots hits apiece for Chipola, with Sierra
ploding for seven more in sure was on us the rest of awfully impressive, espe- scoreless over the next four innings on going 1-for-3 with a run and two RBIs.
the top of the inning. the game. We really hadn't cially against the teams we
Londor followed an RBI been behind much this beat. You can't measure us
single by Parkerwithatwo- year, but there are no ex- by today's game. The girls
run hit of her own to make cuses. They played better were pretty good this year.
it 9-2 and the rout was on than we did." 'For our players next
from there. Sneads finished the sea- year, the goals will still be
Meanwhile, the Lady Pi- son with a record of 26-4, high. Our goal is to get a
rates struggled to convert with Friday's defeat the state championship and
the handful of scoring op- first against a 1A opponent we won't be satisfied until
portunities they had, leav- all season. we get one."

W ise ration," he said. "Any time Jarrett Brogdon, offensive
you can (keep players on lineman Chance Jowers,
one side of the ball), it's and defensive end AJ Da-
From PageIB going to make an impact vis;, and Wise said his vet-
the team had at the same on the outcome of the eran players have done a
time last year. season," he said. "When good jobof recruiting help
"We've got a number of you can do that, you have from the student body.
playersreturningandsome the ability to make adjust- "I think our returning
good, strong, young talent ments. An athlete can play players have been trying to
coming in that I think is his tail offand come to the encourageandimprovethe
hungry right riow to prove sideline and get coached participation of the boys
they can contribute," he instead of having to run in the school," he said. "I
said. "Any time you have back out there and play oni think theyrealize there'san
more bodies, you're going the other side of the ball. opportunity here to play at
to have a better chance of "As coaches, we pride the next level and maybe
being successful." ourselves on being able to they can work their way to-
It also could allow Wise make adjustments and do wards a goal like that.
to do what he wanted but things during the course of "At this point our depth is
was unable to do last year: a game that can affect the better, but it's So early and
keep most of the Tigers on outcome. Last year, a lot you don't know what's go-
only one side of the line of of adjustments had to be ing to happen. There's still
the ball. made at halftime because a lot of time between now
That's a difficult propo- the majority of our play- and August. We just hope
sition at most 1A schools, ers had to go both ways, so to make an impact on each
especiallythose as smallas if you can make changes of them and get them to
Graceville, but it's one that to what you're doing dur- continue to want to play
the coach said is realistic ing the game you'll have and work hard every day."
given what he has seen a better chance of having Graceville will finish up u if.
thus far. success." the spring by competing in h e
"We have more players at Graceville returns sev- the Jackson County Jam- Elec
every position. Just look- eral key players from last boree on May 24 at Mari- 0
ing over and seeing a lot season such as starting anna High School where o
of athletes and it's making quarterback Preston Rob- the Tigers will compete for chtone Energy Cooperative
a big difference and really erts, running backs Jared a quarter each against Cot- h power ofhuman connec ins
helping us with our prepa- Padgett, Eddie Myrick, and tondale and Marianna.

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Holes, holes everywhere

Golf Club in Marianna with a p shotgun start id you ever stop and think left early, didn't they?"
about the myriad outdoor The flying ashtray barely misses.
activities in which holes Yes, outdoor life is full of holes.
are involved? There are bunches of They magically appear in tent
them. roofs, huntingboots, truck tires,
Think about your first pocket- and in Mother Earth herself. Have
knife, for instance. You know. The you ever driven across a pasture
one Grandpa gave you all those pock-marked with bull-holes? You
years ago. As a youth you cherished know, those crater-sized pits dug
that treasured "blade" and car- by boss cows and cleverly disguised
For more information, call Albert Milton at 850- ried it everywhere. It is a lifelong the far bank might awaken and mis- with fringes of grass? Bull holes
memory. You kept it all of two take the stationary, rubber-legged are easily identified. They're full
weeks. object in the middle of the pond of mufflers, transmissions, and
at 850-482-87Walking one morning, you for a between-meals snack. 2. If the other aitomotive paraphernalia.
donned a pair of old jeans with a hole in one's waders is large enough, Personally, I think they're pre-
Showcase hole in the pocket. Alas, it was the various forms of aquatic animal meditated acts, measures of revenge
pocket in which you carried your life may enter. It's uncanny how a exacted against the species that
rrell Field in Ch"blade." You never saw Grandpa's pond snail, given enough time and a came up with the idea of bovine
on at 5 p Eastern Daylightimeknife again and that fact depresses coward's paranoia, can rapidly turn castration.
you to this day. into a 30-foot anaconda. And how about stump holes?
school senior basebll players fronoth FliaIt's a fact of life that children's Outdoorsmen are equally apt There is always at least one such
pockets hold ten times the neat stuff to wear holes in their socks. This hole directly between my campsite
contained in the pockets of grown- brings about problems of a more and the spot where I have chosen
ups. Hence, young folks' britches domestic nature. For instance, the to answer nature's call at two in the
12 aare much more likely to come apart sportsman kicks off his shoes and morning. Ah, how quickly a stra-
at the seamns and sprinkle valued props his feet on the coffee table. tegically.located stump hole can
treasures along life's pathway. Since He's never understood why this change "have to go" into "already
outdoorsmen never completely such a frowned-upon action when been."
outgrow childhood, they carry this company is present. This particular As I write all this, I of course real-
leaking-pocket syndrome to their evening, however, his exposed big ize there.are many members of the
footbaljmboeeMarianna graves, toe sports a red, throbbing blister non-outdoor fraternity who will
Pocket holes are but one type of and an all-day overabundance of look upon this "hole" thing as much
hole with which we must contend. nail crud. The visiting minister ado about nothing. They will no
Will Rogers never met a man he and his spouse hurriedly excuse doubt smirk and sarcastically refer
igator fi bison didn't like. I, in turn, have never themselves. to the hole they all believe is the
$10 dbowned a pair of waders that didnt "Uncouth goat!" exclaims our he- root ofall our problems. Namely,-
leak. Leaking waders present the ro's wife. "If you must remove your the hole they claim we have in our
wearer with two distinct disadvan- shoes, couldn't you at least wear a heads.
silent auctiontages. 1. They can fill with water to pair of socks without holes?" Well, I have my own anatomical
the point where it is impossible to "I have no socks without holes," description of folks with that atti-
the donation move. Thus, drowning becomes a the man explains. "And what-in heck tude. They are all indisputable pains
For more informationvery real issue. Also, the alligator on are you complaining about? They in the ... neck!

4! igin _1 Fin1 g Report
ol 20 Lake Seminole Lake Eufaula slow at present.
Bass fishing is reported as fair. Bass are good: Topwater fishing Lake Andrews/
Early morning topwater fishing has near main-lake points has been pro- Chattahoochee River
c been productive. Buzzbaits and ductive. Work the baits slowly. In the Bass fishing can be quite good on
SLunker Lures have been paying off middleofthedaytryspinnerbaitsat the river right now. Fishing pressure
in wood structure near the banks. delths of ten feet or less. Crankbaits is almostat a standstill. Go early in
Spinnerbaits are also producing. can also pay dividends and jig- the morning andfish mainriver
Also fish brushy areas with Texas and-pig combos worked slowly and the morning and fish topwater bain river
'and Carolina-rig worms with j deliberately is one more worthwhile near thebarks with topwater baits.
slow presentation. For deeper fish, a pattern to try right now. Specific topwater lures mentioned
a fi uqeio come~from C po6 e slow presentation. For deeper fish, this week are buzz baits and the old
run crankbaits over humps and Crappies are fair overall, with his week are buzz baits and the old
sandbars. some fish still up the creeks in Devil's Horse plugs. Up the creeks,
Catfish are slow, especially on the shallow water. Live minnows and try crankbaits and 6-inch worms in
Flint River side. Small numbers of brightly colored jigs can take some dark color patterns.
,Flint River side. Small nubers of pretty good catches. Continue to Catfishermen are doing fairly well
Sgood-size cats have been taken up check the bridges and culverts for in the tailwaters and along bluff
the Chattahoochee. schools of crappies, but don't be walls. Some smaller catshave been
Crappie fishing is slow. Catches surprised to find that the action in found at various times near sand-
have been sporadic of late. these spots has slowed considerably. bars above the Georgia Highway 62
Hybrids on the main lake are slow, Live minnows fished beneath a bob- bridge near Columbia. Shad, cut
though a few catches are reported ber is the preferred method. bait, anid live worms are the pre-
from a few areas on the Flint River Hybrids are fair, but anglers ferred catfish baits.
arm. Hybrid fishing remains good must look for them. Surface ac- Bream fishing is fair to good up
below the dam. .tion is scarce, but bucktails and and down the river. Fish on the bot-
Breim have been improving of Rat-L-Traps may tempt a few fish tom with worms for shellcrackers
late. Shellcrackers are getting active early and late in the day. There is up the creeks and drift along steep
in the Flint River and Spring Creek, some fair hybrid action near creek bluff walls with crickets for some
where some bedding activity has mouths below the dam. pretty good bluegill and redbreast
been reported. Catfishing is fair and bream are action.

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Dear Readers: Happy Mother's Day. were hoping for. The boys didn't become TAURUS (April 20-May More jail James R. Brandlin
Please phone your mother, grandmother, millionaires, and the girls didn't learn to 20) Professionalism for Chris Brown sentenced the singer to
mother-in-law, stepmother or foster speak six languages. Instead we are the and persistence will help serve an additional 131
mother and wish them the best. children who forgot to say "thank you"' you reach your goals. LOS ANGELES days in jail.
when it probably would have meant a lot GEMINI (May 21- Chris Brown was or- His mother and other
Dear Annie: Every Mother's Day, I think to you. We are the ones who talked when June 20) Trends and dered to remain in a Los supporters watched
of how often the amazing love that can we should have listened. We are the little fashions are constantly Angeles jail Friday after Friday's court proceed-
be conferred by stepmothers is ignored tykes who woke you before dawn to serve changing. Give yourself the R&B singer admitted ings, with some in the
on this day. When I was very little, my. you the breakfast-in-bed birthday special: a lift. he violated his proba- audience gasping when
biological mother passed away. A few burnt toast, weak tea, unscrambled eggs CANCER (June 21-July tion by getting into an the singer was brought
years later, my father married a wonder- and half-raw bacon swimming in grease. 22) -An unpleasant altercation outside a into court in handcuffs
ful woman who helped raise me. People We gathered around your bed and sang situation needs to be hotel in Washington,' and jail attire.
often asked me whether she was my real ."Happy Birthday, Dear Mommy." You resolved before you can D.C., last year.
mom. I always answered "yes." We shared pretended tobe thrilled and tried your move forward. Superior Court Judge From wire reports
real smiles, had real fights and have real darnedest to eat the mess we brought to LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
memories. She also put forward an enor- yourbed. Romance, popularity ACROSS 39Pictures, Answer to Previous Puzzle
mous effort to make sure I maintained Our childhood is over, and here are the and travel will make your 1 Humdrum often
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G E & SPECIALNOTI -FRE.SH PRU.D ,O Forestry Solutions, LLC,
Braxton, MS, is now hiring 30 temporary
T A M GREEN FROZEN PEANUTS Forest & Conservation Workers to work
The National Gospel Quartet Convention in various counties in MS, AL, LA & FL
SPigeon Forge, TN Sept. 21-25 2014 850-352-4423 from 8/15/2014 to 4/15/2015. Manual
Amish Tour Ohio, Pennsylvania 850-209-3322 or 850-573-654 itinerant work mechanically plantin
Hershey Chocolate-Gettysburg Battlefield, PA Dry Sheled Peanuts trseeinerat eommec ial thinning
o Oct. 23 / Nov. 1. 2014 .* Te^hflkial ^Di tree seedlings, pre-commercial thinning,
Christmas Spectacular Nashville, TN. N.Y. herbicide application, pruning, and
Radio City Rockettes Fantasy In Ice iried& f~sieSSrril
I Dec. 12-142014 ForBinforsation:le 3- 0
ERaic.12-14et2014 For ainfoin ation boundary line maintenance to reforest
Merita Stanley (850)594-9980 A ., ,.,, and maintain timberlands. Requires
Trying to Contact Johnny Curry Jr. Last known physical stamin. Extensive walking over
US Army to please contact Tawana Gilbert 0 rough terrain. Workis in adverse
concerning a US Passport. 850-573-4741. weather. Must lift and carry 50 Ibs. Drug
S testing may be conducted throughout
V ERSO S E n the employment period at employers
OVERSTOCK SALE!!!! expense. No education or experience,
NOW SELLING 100's of Misc. Items required. Overnight travel required.
Antiques and Gifts! Reduced to 50% off Workers must arrive at first job site at
Misc. Furniture 30 off own expense. Worker pays own room
BC booth and board. Non-local employees are
SBackyard Treasure 233 Ross Clar Cr. HOME GROWN, FRESH a bu N oa o r
.reimbursed the reasonable costs
Oincurred for inbound transportation to
the first worksite in the first work week.
U,-INES OPP RE A An optional direct deposit to a debit card
is available at a cost of $4.50 for a
Janitorial Business for sale 334-793-6690 P BO onetime set up fee and a Weekly
Equipment, training and 60K _r PayCard Maintenance fee of $2.00.
annual gross $19,500 M Elected direct deposit to a debit card will
S504-915-1474 4 labe payroll deducted: Transportation
S'N491:51472 Tift En #9 Hay provided to daily worksites from a
Large neot wrapped rolls $25. A central location at no cost. Employer
Kendall r Cooper l: provides transportation between
Investor/Partner3978 / 33477 3423 DRIVERS worksites. Employer provides all tools
I v r :or 334R775-3749 Ext. 102 Paper Transport, Inc has IMMEDIATE and safety gear at no cost. Overtimea
10% return on Investment OPENINGS for CLASS A DRIVERS for may be offered and, ifworked, will be
Real Estate for coljateral O Hse ACUT may be offered and, it worked, willbe
Reals Estate for collateral f lay fr Sale Our DEDICATED ACCOUNTS. paid at time and one half the regular
Call B334,-718-0782 a 33 1* HOME WEEKLY hourly rate. Production standard of 8000
tin Marabenr l No Touch SE Regional Freight trees correctly planted per 8 hour day
will be lar e $.38 CMP + Bonuses after one week of training. Hourly wages
STifton 85 Mrange from $12.05 to $13.18 per hour,
RNITU, =o HO.E.HL : Ifton,85 r18 Months Experience Required. depending on location. 8 hrs M-F (8:00
Beautiful nk Taylor Honey Pine Dining room DOelivery available $100 SIGN ON BONUS! AM to 5:00 PM); 40hrs/wk. Severe
suite, glass top tb 5 sie chars, 2-ar chas, Qualified Driver could be hired within aWeek! weather may affect the number of
727-243-4609 available hours during a work week.
727-2 3-460 ..Weekend work may be required.
NEEDED I BUY SEALED/ Beautiful Bermuda Coastal Hay M & OEcertificate with driving authorization
SB Round Rolls $50 4 Square $5 may transpot workers and may be
UNEXPIRED BOXES Paso Fino Horses for Sale offered additional work hours.
CALL BOB (334) 219-4697 Call 334-791-0023 M I I L Fax, emaild or nal orumek tou
16$5.5-9-26Fax, email, or mail resumes to
OR 710-0189 DISTRIBUTION CENTER (601) 823592, misforacom,
O MARIAN NA, FLORIDA 327 Conedy Road, Brxton, MS39044.
JEWELRY.*&WA*TCHES *". ":l eFoSal- Now Hiring Full Time
d: Od Coattle For Sale Heifers, Bulk Order Filler Positions Experienced Concrete Finisers needed
Diamonds, Gunsl And Tools Bred CowS, Cow/Calf Pairs : 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Shifts for Gibbs Concrete LLC. Full-Time
West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-671-1440. and Bulls. Call 334-726-7520 Call: 850-557-0753
L .n t.acup -I. .. I .. P 8 weeks, ,, . .... -- -- --Competitive Pay and Benef its Package!
al males, .st .,,;-, Please apply in person at:
SHorse Boarding 3949 Family Dollar Parkway,
(barn or pastures) Marianna, Florida 32448 _1__ _

plus sz clothes. $50. Wedding gown, strapless, Call 334-791-0023 or 334-791-7312 Drug Free Workplace
sz 16 $350. 850-693-3260
Desk, large, cherry wood, very nice. $125.
850-209-0377 Sudoku
Keyboard, Yamaha piano style with starld, like u
new. $300.'OBO. 9am 8pm. 850-693-4277

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Chhuahua M -Black/Tan, Lively, Proud, Loves 4 3-by-3 box (in bold borders) contains every digit
Attention. Neutered. Free. 334-693-9097. 1 to 9. For strategies on how to soive Sudoku,
CKC tiny teacup Malti-Poo & Pomchis 8 weeks, --- --- -visit
all males, 1st S/W. $100. ea. and 2-female 7
Persilan 1 yr. old Cats blue eyes & blue tips Solution to last Sunday's puzzle
Inside Only. $100. ea. 334-791-7147
Serious Inquirles ONLY 111 Al 741652938
Engllsh Bulldog Female .3 4 1 7 4 16_5 2 9 3 8
Fully AKC Registered, Shots, 3 2 5 7 8 9 6 1 4
Vet Checked, and Pure Bred,
or call 334-792-5434 4278
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Free Adorable White/Brown Basset MIx- 8 4 3 9 4 5: 1 9
Playful, loving, energetic, spayed, 693-9097. -5 6 8 9 2 1 7 4 3
Lab MIx-Black Beauty, smart, loving,.playful. 7 3 8 7 3 4 6 5 8 2
Great Dog. Neutered. Free. 334-693-9097
Lg. Beautiful Rottweller -Black/tan, Spayed. 8 5 4 2 9 7 3 6 1
Needs Special Home. Free. 334-693-9097. 2 7 1 8 5 4 2 9 7 3 6 T
Pit Bull Terrier- Handsome, Brindle, 8 months, ___ 1 3 8 6 5 4 2 7
enthusiastic. Neutered. Free. 334-693-9097 I 7 6
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2BR / 2BA at Millpond $495 rent + deposit. 1987 MasterCraft ProStar 190 Tournament Ski
S HIRING MATURE Water, sewer, lawn maint. Included Boat. 351 inboard with Power Slot transnis-

lNO PETS CH&A. 85-937Blue NOn Bass 1998 Honda 2010 Accord, 4 door, Real Sharp! $250
f 85n0-209-3970s NO PETS sion. Mastercraft inboard trailer included.
3/2 Mobile Home on Ham Pond Rd in Sneads Bimini top and cover. Kenwood marine stereo
SSmall 2 bedro om/ bath 50. m. Sneads nwith four 6 1/2's Kicker marine speakers. Sidelow miles, under w
NCH/A lawn care included gunnel storage. Ski mirror. Ski pylbn. Carpet LO
5+dep. 850-592-4625 and interior in great condition. Super running $200 d $9 per m .
motor. Call 229-861-2437 or 334-701-9282
3Bnfr Mobile Homes in Cottondale. Cristie
NO PETS. CH&A. S5Blue Fin Bass 1998 Honda 2010 Accord, 4 door, Real Sharp! $250
CStarting at $500 per month Elimator All Aluminum down, $249 per month. Call Steve 334-791-8243.
Sa a r Call 850-258-1594 Bass Boat, 50 HP force en- Honda 2012 Civic, 4 door, low miles, under war-
If no answer please leave message. gine, galvanized trailer- ranty, must sell. $200 down, $239 per month.
(Smenyll 2 fron dnew Ftires, all in very good Call Ron Ellis 334-714-0028. 3
S..l o .. condition, 2 live well box- MKa 2013 Optima, low miles, under warranty,
So850"5703 00 ar es, 4 new seats, new Humminbird fish finder like new. $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron
per Umourne Me$3,995 OBO 828-837-1314 or 828-421-0998 Ellis 334-714-0028.
Unfurnished Mobile Homes, Apartments and Ranger 1988 454V, Lincoln 2008 MKZ: white,
Houses in Graceville. Rentals Houses in Marian- ia 1 988& with o wheels, bmoo
na also available Some properties pet friendly. 150 h Me lack xury, croe w heatels, oonl
hav Callndabl Todays50-26-7Mecury, live weTll3s, roof, heated/'cooled
Call Tday 8502655 trolling motor, $5,000 seats, 60k miles, original
u l, Cal 334-695-4780 owner, very clean. $14,500. Call 334-494-3347
dv lJason 15 ft. fiberglass Bass Boat, 70 hp Yamaha Lincoln/Mercury Tracer 1991 with 44K miles
*i' ~ motor, super motor guide trolling motor, 2-fish original miles, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue
_S Oel p c. $ Fu LA B finders, good cond. $3500. 334-792-6747. matalic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-7701-0010
n6 Starcraft 1995 Mazda 2009 RX8 : red, one onwer, 41k miles,
160 acres in Jackson County on Tournament 18' Boatwith $12,700 Call 334-393-1440
Ernest Granger Rd. 1995 Mercury 135 HP on Mitsubishi 2004 Eclipse 124K miles, automatic,
Galvanized Trailer Trolling sunroof, new tires $5500. FIRM 334-596-9966.
SParcial Timber Hunting $2600. per ac, motor and GPS. $5,900
(Sell Full Tract) For details 334-7016565. Eufaula, Call 334-695-1117. Nissan 2001 Maxima SE V:6 automatic, loaded,
(Sell Full Tract) For details 334-701-6565. ucaearnsonew wheels & tires. $4600. OBO 334-797-7420.
P AR E U-IS D 363+- acres Samta Rosa Cnty, FI $1,550/acre Nissan 2001 Sentra F series automatic, power
Larson McGowin Properties LLC Broker 334- 2001 Bounder 37ft. 51K mi. window, locks & mirrors, black in color.
734-1382 300hp, Turbo Diesel, 6 sp. 83 K miles, $9800. OBO 334-797-7420.
HOME FOR S3 eAllison 300 mh auto.trans. Toyota 2013 Corolla, full warranty, must sell.
7.5 generator, 2-slides, W/D lots of extras. 1997 $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-
50 +or- Acre Farm ready for horses, cattle, Honda 334-792-0552 Serious In. ONLY !! 714:0028.
2/1 Duplex Diana Lae, Marianna goats. 60x60 barn: Includes a 3 BR, 1V2 bath. 2008 Class C Winnebago Access 31J I L E
/1 Dule Diana Lane, $325,000. Call 850-387-5517 Joe Farris Land and Motorhome with 2 slides, bunk beds, queen
CH/A,'water, sewer, all appliances, lawn care Stand Properties. Panama City MLS# 619005. bed in back, queen bed over cab, Jack-knife 002 Harley Davidson
incl., near MHS. $550 + $650 deposit, 1 year
lease. Call 85026-425 and v message. Dothan Southside Country Living '0 Down, $900 ofa, dinette. Ford E-450 Frame, V-10 engine, Ultra Classic Electra Glide.
850526 5 a v +/- total payment. Lovely wooded lot overlook- Banks system. 15,000 miles. Many extras! Garaged. Purple/black.
ing Cypress Pond. 1.5 acres w 4/2 Brick. Fruit $55,000. Call 334-333-2154 or 334-791-8223 Loaded. Chromed out.
trees/pecans. Off Eddins Rd. Easy drive to Med for more information.' 14,50 miles. Exc. cond.
SCtr. Owner pays closing. $155,500. 334-797-9881 MUST SELL I Tifin 2003 Phaeton motor home, $12,500. 334-792-8701
Austin Tyler & Co Modern home with upgraded features .4/24, 3 slides, 3 Tv's, diesel, queen bed, Satellite, 2004 Suzuki. Blue & silver
Quality Homes & Apartments 2816 sq. ft. Plenty of room for family. Inground many other features, some camping Orig. owner, 15K garage
v 850- 526-3355 or pool. 39.1 acres-10 with timber. 25 miles to accessories included. Selling for health kept, chrome, windshield,
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" Dothan. MLS# 619006 in Panama City MLS. reasons. $68,000 FIRM 334-714-1671 Vance & Hines exhaust, 2"
Nicest in Marianna areal Nearly new 2BR/1BA $430,000. Joe Farris Land and Stand Properties. Pace Arrow 1999 Ford V10 35 ft. Leveling risers, cobra seat, soft
Home $560 w/lease. Call 850-526-8367 Call for appt. 850-387-5517. Jacks, back up camera, runs good, 86K miles, bags, luggage rack, run-
Good tires, New battery, awning. ning lights, footboards, kick shifter, \ustom
I :l l HUES IFOR LT FiJ r $12,506. OBO 334-333-1291 grips, intake & filter, crash/sissy bar, $300, do
*oea 794-8709 after 10am.
S2 &a3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. 2007 Suzuki Boulevard 50 motorcycle 16,880
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. G C miles. Garage kept. Black. $3,000 firm. Call
http:// www.charloscountryliving.col4. Joey at 334.714.9266.
Only $57. to turn on power v 850-209-847 Golf Cart with all new batteries 2007 Yamaha V Star 130 Touring: 10,500 miles,
-___________________________avemone 2007 Yamaha V star 1300 Touring: 10,500 miles,
2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes III (4) $2,500. Call: 334-791-4485. 2001 Jeep Sport Wrangler Auto., 4 Wheel Db, new tires, many extras, black & chrome, wind-
w/AC, New Tires, Looks arid Runs Great $8800. shield & bags $5500 Cash Only. Call 931-303-
in Marianna & Sneads ( 209i595 : FIRM 334-596-9966 or 334-790-6410 4658
2BR 1 BA MH'S In Alfford & Steel City, Boat: 1995 Larson 174SEICB, 4.3L Alpha with OS FO SL 2010 Harley Davidson FLHTCUTG Tri Glide Ultra
Sl nClassic, Trike, black, low miles, extended war-
$380 mo. $380. dep. accessories, better than good condition, will 1970 Chvrolet Chevelle SS396, low original raty, $r11,200.
850-579-8882/850-209-1664/850-573-1851 not last. $6000 Call 334-673-1355 miles, 4 speed manual, $9500, klasyng outloocapco
miles, 4 speed manual, $9500, klasyng4@outloo 2 Harley D Serlide Co m / 256-315-6687. 2011 Harley Davidson Super Glide Custom
cool blue pearl & vivid black, garage kept,
1995 GMC Sierra Single Cab- Green, SWB, 5.0 11K mi. D)riving lights, passenger back rest,
V8, OD Auto, Cold AC, Lock Rear End, PW, PDL/ luggage rack, quick release windshield,
PS, AM/FM/CD, Runs, Looks & Drives Good, anit-theft system with /pager, cruise pegs, oil
Good Tires, Interrior & Body, Low Miles, Own- pressure gauge, dust cover included
ers Manual & Repair Manual, Window Sticker, 4 $12,500 334-598-0061 Absolutely Original!!
Dothan Owner, 334-671-3059 NADA 5300, Sell
$4295. Harley Davidson 2002
SChevrolet 2005 Aveo: SlIver, 82k miles, 5 speed Sportster 1200 -
manual trans., one owner, good condition, 8,500 miles, lots of exfras.
2 $2,700. under KBB value. Call 334-714-1237 Asking $4,500 OBO.
Corvette 2000 Convertible: Call 334-796-8817
.M.Propertes of PC PANAMA CITY BEACH CONDO Blue, beige interior, full Harley Davidson 2007 Her-
Furnih e Co-3- 2/15, Pool, Tennis, Club House .. HUD display. In excellent of chrome, new tires,
SFu hed conos Fully Furnished On Front Beac Road condition $19500. Call 334-718-0937 black cherry and pearl, ex-
& Townhouses 'luggage bags, new bpet-
near Per P $125/Night $750/Week, $80 Cleaning Fee Ford 2012 Mustang, low miles, under warranty. tra luggage bags, new bpt-
2bdrm Gulf front- starting @ $175 nt 334-300-6979 or 334-393-3559 250 down $279 per month. Call Steve 334-791- tery, garage kept. $10,500.
3bdrm Gulf front- starting @ $275 nt. 8243. 334-70-8771
Portside Resort starting @ $125. nt. L Ford Crown Vic 2001, white, 4.7-V-8, U
2bdrm Lake front- starting @ $100 nt cold AC, power window, locks, power steering
Studios Lake front- starting @ $70 nt. AM/FA/CD, cloth seats, looks & drives good. Ford 2006 143K miles, owners manual. Expedition.
$2800.334-701-7524. Limited-156k
miles, video
system, 2nd
Brow captain,
sunroof, towing pkg. $9,000, 334-740-0525
Ford 2010 Explorer. Eddie
Bauer Edition. 3rd row seat
Clean, locally owned. Well
maintained. Clean CarFax.
P Leather w/lumbar support
Roomy,quiet interior. Rugged SUV/truck-based
body-on-frame. Healthy tow rating. $16,590.
Call Stephen 334-435-3344

~ I ~Ford 1995 F150, 4wh drive, 5 sp, 80k original
miles, new clutch, new battery; $1,950 575-574-
6 I 2295 (Eufaula)
"ihToyotae 2010 Taco nwhela
jI i "The Bait & Tackle Shop ree Removal Tree Trimming drive, 4 door VG, tow
e Stump Grinding package, new Michelin
Now Open 7 Days a Week Insured Free Estimates tires, Excellent
FOAYorHome Improvement eeds P. (850) 593-6346 condition. 46,000 miles. $22,800.
2167 River Rd, Sneads, FL 593-4455 Call 334-693-4987 or 796-5919
*New Homes & Room Additions Rooring "
.Painting. Siding Kchen & Bathroom Upgrades GMC 1983 Vangard with zimmer package, must
Custom Ceramic Shower Specialist Porches I NA CI 2844 MadisonSt. see 42K original miles, $2800. 334-648-8522.
*Pole Barns Concrete Driveways. Sidewalks & Slabs f oi FARI I MaERSds s. s
So"Beautification of FA M R ,
850-573-1880 Carpentry/Painting Installations ____ 1 1r -4
Furniture Repair & Refinishing 7am-noon 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF
General Repairs Insured Now featuring Panhandle artists & crafters every Saturday YOUR TOWING NEEDSI

TELEVISION REPAIR L ContactJason Hargerat334-791-2624
Repairing Al Types of TVs Since 1970 Starting at $300. for complete local cars,
Metal Shingles Flat Roofs* Insured trucks, titles or no titles up to 2002. We also
me2l[- Mfg authorized for most name brands. 850 157-1880 buy farm equipment, semi's, semi trailers.
DLP lamps in stock. serving Jackson and Surrounding Counties 7-Days a week from 7a-7p 334-200-6487
DLP___ ',__ ,,_cSenJcksonandS _rroundnCountesmpsnWe do not buy vehicels with current lelns II
Dozer and Excavation Work Call us or visit our website for more Info *. .,,,,, r '" ' -""
Ponds Road Building Demolition 334-792-0551 GotaClunker
Pine Tree Planting Herbicide Spraying 1610 Hartford Hwy. Dothan, AL Robert Stanfor We'll be your Junker! :
Fire Line Plowing -Burning vj' WWW~yrepairdothan com M We buy wrecked cars
Clay ONeal MUSIC LESSONS and Farm Equip. at a Bring this ad & receive $5 off 1st repair. Piano, Keyboard, Theory fair and honest price!
(850) 209-9197 $250 & t complete Cars:
NEW USED NTIRE Florida Panhandle Concrete, LLC (850). L CALL334"714"628j
Travis Jones Phillip Lizotte l -
am ...RET...Al. PRI"ES ....... 30+ Years Experience _""__"_"__"_
Free Estimates/Reasonable Rates
TRIPL House Slabs Sidewalks Residential & Commercial
S, 850-693-5812 850-592-7216
'D. Stephens Concrete Services, LLC Affordable Prices Free Estimates M .NC
4W, dQuality, Affordable Concrete Work and Small Tractor Work (850) 693-1 697
76'C t "c38 Yrs. Experience Licensed Insured
Residential & Commercial
850.526.1700 Bus: 850-674-5887 6,,a
Hours: Mon-Fri 7-5 Sat 7-1 Owned and Operated by Home: 850-674-5026 T
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Case #: 2012-CA-000220 (850) 526-2891 Real Estate Needs
'Each Offie Is Independently Owned and Operated
Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, as SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER 3/2 Brick home close
Trustee for J.P. Morgan Mortgage Acquisition at F r town baci Mardiana.
Trust 2007-CH1, Asset Backed Pass-Through Realtor screened back por h just
Certificates, Series 2007-CH the right size for relaxing
Plaintiff, 850.209.8071 or entertaining. Home is located on Meadowview Road, close to schools, College, shopping and hospital. This updated home is just the right size
-VS- and ready for you to move in! Call today for an appointment to see this
Robert Wayne Booth, Ronald Leon Booth, Jr., Beautime. $9 000 MLS# 249224
Robert Warren Booth, Kenneth Lee Booth, Ron- lovelys Fl%. d cd Ba euts loua
da Marie Sims a/k/a Ronda Marie Booth and updated 4/3bdome in Camellia Acresdult
Suezette Egan; et al. ,rn on do- .. d 3o BR / B A Community. This home has a
Defendant(s). ,o deo k. hoe located beautiful landscaped yard with
& iDefendant(s). and osich., O= the 'located a deck and porch on the back to
2Oo E F bh TIN tnO a on large half anloy the quiet neighborhood.
tn NOTICE OF ACTION FORECLOSURE doo yrd. Split floor plan with Large Master Bed and Bath and Three large Bedrooms with two

TO: Unknown heirs, dcvisees, grantees, h relnol d .n 246r .ne Ts h- ome
W .*- a r yar. .. 6 this Form is inn Rooa MIrVeaAst Sr the L w omtr a blnetis. Mar4ick
assigness, creditors, lienors and trustees of Ro- W e mI on emo d e MOTIVATEo SELLER! This 4/3 Brick
siuan nnwdid pacms., Counoymn Flrida, ohome is move in ready with many
nald Leon Booth, Sr., Deceased, and all other dbedo. d3 B R/2.5 BpA rerd and nice eature Large
person claiming by and through, under, against r.2 Ma co rpor t 2. I se g / I h Master suite with master bath
the named defendants; CURRENT ADDRESS UN- a1 lbhb. M crpot S, 2 A l i and eautl tilwalking
KNOWN UNTIL GUARDIAN AD LITEM IS AP- MLS# 249481 a $74,000. Ranch Style Large living mno with fireplace.
KNOWN UNTIL GUARDIAN AD LITEM IS AP MS# 24948 $74,000.sits are bedrooms. Kitchen was remodeled and updated with new cabinets and appliances. Enjoy
DEPOINTED. PRIC Reouc mEaI ht the large deck that goes across the back of the home. Nice neighborhood -just waiting for you and
et in Indiaon Spring, SuL dbd ion, offeing McCal Lane in Marianna. MLS 2495D7
corp en r Boin bedr oom/2th home on 20 acres your fanily. workshop that has lets 01 roan and electniolly. o by and see this beautotul honor
Residence unknown, if living, including any un- ldwith ots of Icel a inSarianna.M s24
known spouse of the said Defendants, if either &noynor. Hoarrnle inrior has been
keho, nkandey extras including a 200+/- tree pecan orchard. 1336T e
has remarried and if either or both of said De- room,11. 6 -,d in 201 & INCOME POTENIAL! Income
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, creditors, MLS# 249075 169, 90 Pe this breautiful site. The owners
lienors, and trustees, and all other persons Lookh N c e ve begun renovations on the
H.w in he p.ri,o u 4BR/2.5BA property, placing fl5rwalls to
claiming by, through, under or against the of C~ellio Goo, Thi 4BR/2.5BA create nine separate residential units. The building's structure consists of three wings
named Defendant(s); and the aforementioned ho oo. iN' or lcin.i os' approximately 3,770 to 4,800 square feet with a central section (approximately 3,650
/glnamed Defendant(s); andsu the aforementn/e .I. Brick Home square feet) that served as the school's auditorium. This property could be usedfor
named Defendant(s) and such of the aforemen- / mor ago ,p., church, facility or just rental property. Owner will consider all offers. MLS#248685
n D n s n c t f mbmb orle in moolrb......d.m right across
tioned unknown Defendants and such of the Fo1o & s,:rnd back orch. Tie across,_
aforementioned unknown Defendants as may .g hi, dror oeIu Spric2.0 from i
be infants, incompetents or otherwise not sui MLS# 249077 $143,000 Cou1try life in a 2002
juris. built 2000 square foot
jurls. i Baptist College. 5417 College Dr. Graceville Manufactured hon mea onpaved
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action has Cell.(850) 573-6198 $77,900 MLS# 249127 mad a great place to
been commenced to foreclose a mortgage on....................................... live! Located in North Jackson ounty close to the Alabama State Line,
the following real property, lying and being and Beautifu this home is in a perfect t for those who travel between Mariann
situated in Jackson County, Florida, more par- e, and Dothan. Call today and let us show you this beautiful home. Priced
situated in Jackson County, Florida, more par- em oy0 unique, older to sell, owner says bring all offers. MLS# 248922
ticularly described. as follows: home located
bedoom mobile home Ilew clond DW Mobile Home
WEST CORNER OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF to town on 18 aores Feaonlu include in downtown 1 ois ome
tme original th town onr 18 acres. Feas i '.26 acres. 3/2 home
SOUTHEAST 1/4, SECTION 16, AND RUNNING espadou rooms, pfirepce, double h i p e y. th large lii/iie
THENCE S 00 DEG. 28' E, A DISTANCE OF 842.96 torprt wh storoge shed, g e, t large in
FEET: THENCE N 88 DEG. 49" E, A DISTANCE OF Iae wom fo equipmentl ndo stoed Fe aturing aorea ad a arge family
718.75 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. h 3B3BA, over 3,000 heaed/cooled on + acre lot room with fireplace. Open Kitchen with lots of cabinets. Laundry
*THENCE CONTINUING N 88 DEG. 49 I MLS# 249631 $110,000. er ht d o 1 a l room with extra storage. Great for family or for Investment. Other
THENCE CONTINUING N88 DEG. 49' E, A DIS- 646 2nd Street, hipley $144,000 MLS# 249214 MH Lots adjacent that may be available for more income.
TANCE OF 150.00 FEET; THENCE S 01O DEG. 11' E, MALONE Doublewide mohle
A DISTANCE OF 300.00 FEET; THENCE S 88 DEG. home wth 3 bedrooms looted in the Bring your
49' W, ALONG THE NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY county on 20 ones. Some feosoes _s yBlue Springs Plantation is
OF SOUTHSIDE DRIVE A DISTANCE OF 150.0 indude wood uming firephce, lois horses or located close to the BEAUFUL
FEET, THENCE N 01 DEG. 11' W, A DISTANCE OF oftcbineth ikitchen doted infoot dpets and Merritt's Mill Pod ad ark
300.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. SAID porch. Alr oms ovyspaolu. this Seminole. These lots would
S# 249567 $75000 Ybe a PERFECT Place to build
PROPERTY LYING IN THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF # 24967 $75,000. acre a home and enjoy the Peace and tranquility Maianna has to offer. An established
SSubdivision, Blue Springs Plantation is a growing communitywith homes already built
SOUTHEAST1/4, SECTION16, TOWNSHIP 4 CHATTAHOOCHEE lot with a and occupiedt has a Public water system, Underground Utities, Phone, Sewer and
NORTH, RANGE 10 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, Lovely bridck home hit lots of space Paved roads. Several Lots available to choose from. Located an Blue Springs Highway.
FLORIDA. loonad omean men lot is toL You 3BR/2BA mobile home. 5488 Blue Springs Rd.
wil be amazed ot lthe ua BpdteSi
more commonly known as 4332 Southwood hroughouttehome. Col EdMoy, Marianna $59,000 MLS# 249305 Beautiful 3/2 with a
Si ......................................................................e fam ily room Lots
Drive, Marianna, FL 32448. 8505136198f pewrnaviewing. of space and move-in
arerequired I serve a coy of your written Rden.v m A RYIllE.ih e. r r ep nao No w Heat Pump 2/12,
This action has been filed against you and you MLS# 249553 $181,000. Move in eady New rof in 2014.
are required to serve a copy of your written de- CARYVILLE Ranch saye r de l itch n bac concrteb2
fense, if any, upon SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & home located oe 6.43 ones, 3 home wit renovated approx. 2004, deep lot with woods on back (concrete
GACHe, LLP, Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose ad- bedrooms, 2. bth, spa 2 B / 2 BA markers an be seen), backs up to 120+ acre tract with planted
GACHis, iP, Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose iad-c d so l u loft pine, so no neighbors behind and quiet ones all around! This home
dress is 4630 Woodland Corporate Blvd., Suite rooms, ick fireplace and so much with loft won't be on the market long! MLS# 249608
100, Tampa, FL 33614, within thirty (30) days more inside a outide. You must area located
after the first publication of this notice and file see it l. don beautiful Beautiful wel maintained
the original with the clerk of this Court either MLS# 249473 $ 55,000. ni 1910 Historicd D in
before service on Plaintiff's attorney or imme- 23.05 acres. 6334 Stonefield Dr. Marianna Bonifay" It has 5 bedrooms
before service on Plaintiffs attorney or imme- and 3 baths, 6 fireplaces
diately there after; otherwise a default will be $259,000 MLS# 249346 and huge rooms. The
entered against you for the relief demanded in Cecil Powell ceilings are approx. 12 feet high. It also features a large detached 2 car
the Complaint. Realtor N i e garage (30x40) but for your convenience there is an attached carport at
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court on the 206-7189049 2 BR / I BA the front porch. The seller is very motivated and is open to all offers. Make
7th day of May, 2014. home l in e n# 24
Dale Rabon Guthrie S River w mall 2/1 home in
Circuit and County Courts ut Ng 2 69 n i Blou wn. ice area
iluWaterCfrmonnt Parcel 2 monotmalt Sub. That of town and convenient tu
Waterfront onbhEeh This is a great
By: Tammy Bailey U.S. Hwy 90 and Menilts fill would make tarter home. Fenced
Deputy Clerk Pond. Perfect ocaton foro Wafte yard and carport. Too cute to pass up. Very affordable at $62,000 with
Ftont Restaumnl or Sporting Goods a great starter home or rental. 3039 Riverview payments that will be lower than rent! Don't pass this up. MLS# 249218
So o IS2 7 O Store and Mo or Danol 00 MS# 249
If you are a person with a disability who needs MLS 249648 $335,95 Rd. Marianna $57,000 MLS# 249423
any accomm odation in order to participate in ....................................................................4 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Home
this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to AFORD AND This listing with large fenced yard,
you, to the provision of certain assistance. ROUND LAKE AREA- includes a screened porch, workshop,
Please contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at N. e mobilhome aUGE GARAGE deck with hot tub and a
Ind, located on M Pond Rd. next to Heat ift pool! Ready for
P.O. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 at (850) with very nice beautiful pool! Ready for a
747-5338, 'at least seven (7) days before your istor Koenig one or on 4 with very nice day of relaxation enj ur
scheduled court appearance, or immediately woig tw GEt Mi's anda 1Fd. B R / B A large family room plant a garden lay by the pool work in your workshop.
upon receiving this notification if the time be- MLS# 248634 $65,000 apartment and Everything is there and ready for you! Don't miss out on this home! It won't last
fore the scheduled appearance is less than sev- IMCRIANNA AREA WONI long..Priced to sell at $149,900. MLS# 249307
en (7) days. If you are hearing impaired, call o~., l s Le m t vacant residential lot, all on 1.25 acres. 644 5th St. Chipley This well maintained
711. .tt '" $249,000 MLS# 249501 Bedroom 2 Bath has a
Jackson Floridian you lon r nee ........................................................ ...t of charm. It has been
11-221586 FC01 SPS or a q BR /w2 BA t iell maintained. The
11hw2156 1k/dSo te a de4 B R/ kitchen was updated, has
LF16464 Hos# 249508' to a159,900e home located a dishwasher, and is the
F160464 MS# 24908 $59,900 home highlight of this home, along with many other features. The roo was replaced
MARIANNA AREA -in Spring in 2012 and the Central Air and Heat unit is only about 3 yrs. old. Formal Dining
Sealed Bids GE RESIDENILONEARTOWN! Chse Sub and Living area, Office/Computer Room, and a great workshop garage that is
24x20 ih size. In a quiet and relaxing area of Greenwood, but not too far from
Beauul Surplusul, 1 A Home on upper Home has town and shopping. $89,900 MLS# 249169
FSurplus Property lnt Dr., near the y of MoAionno plit bedroom
-o Meh's MiA Ponid. Countiy Wa commercial building in the heart
of downtown Marianna, just
Monday, May 19th, 2014 Owner Financing Avoiloe. bloak in the court house or
Opening @ 9:00 AM, EST. MLS# 249628 $27,139 and Open floor plan with 2156 sqft. 2970 Chase Way, ,M This building includes
Marianna $199,500 MLS# 249469 atructure. ork shop space,
ystssgebearehoese space ready
INSPECTION: Monday, May 12th- Debbie Roney Smith, Realtor for your designs, Largest open space on the North side of bulding is accessible thirousgh a iroll
Thursday, May 15th 8:00Q AM to 4:00 PM 850-209-8039 Very nice udor Metaloat o addedn o andtwoisigns aready or~ui design. Thissale oce 4 BR / 2 B A icudesthecatottthbildinothenhsid.MLS
Included in the sealed bid will be the following Votedhm ino 7
types of items: Renllor of the Year 2013 Indian Springs ntetate and nven n77c
Sofas Kilns Computer Tables7a in ba odSub. This store in excellent location
Sofas Kidns Computer Tables l s 2627 sqf o capitalize on Highway
Tables Shelving File Cabinets half trpland. Pper home is very 2 quae fot of et space ad two beach access traffic.
Chairs Bookcases ElectronlcEquipment leased to be farme ree fuel staods ar ady for
Medical Equipment North Cihoan Coon. S ius with an onfloorpn and high ei 590 an enterprising operator. Property is in the county where alcohol sales
ial Equipment N lhoun scious with an open floor n an cens. ible seven days a week. Over 6000 vehicles pass this location
Misc. Office Supplies Desks in drive to Alliance R d ubhouse Dr. Marianna $265,000 MLS# 249317td MLS# 248836
AND MANY OTHER ITEMS M.LS# 249594 $168,000 Nice 3BR/2BA l O .reenfield Subdiiision This
H Some In tily limits o( sneds home including can be your property to build
LOCATION: Florida State Hospital,Property B toln by o liryoREAMHOMEo. Win.hLocated
Pork hm poeonniol to i o nco formal living n a RoE M HOME on, Located
Management, Building #1152, Chattahoochee, home. Brick front homo with a ig inaverynicesubdivision, close
FL burning ireplace in Fari2 and dining to town and schools. No clearing needed just beautiful grass. Underground electric is
dhe houie. The owner inveslor sold room and large alady there. Public water and sewer available There are vely nice homes already in
TERMS: Payment in full required by May 22nd, "Maoke yeaur Offr" tills suob Drive by sad see this greatpa to build ours.MLS#249655
2014. Cash, Check, Money Order, or Cashier's MLS# 249512 $29,900 family room.
Check made payable to Florida State Hospital. 9.5 n.ra on pnved road Beautiful partially fenced backyard for your pets! 1034 8th This very nice 3/2 2004
witlh small tounlry home. 7 Caveller Mobile Home is
acres MOL 22 years old MOL Ave, Graceville $95,000 MLS# 248759 located very close to tawn
REMOVAL: As soon as paid for or by May 29th, iplanted pines re~enll have and m approximately 1/8
2014. Any lots not removed by the close of been tinoed. Cen al H/AC. 'Beautifuly miles eo it ot
business on May 29th, 2014 will revert back to wel., Nice fron porch landing at Merritts Mill Pond, Some repairs needed. Property is very private
business on May 29th, 2014 will revert back to h duge remodeled ana the only home o, this mo .Just wirk down th rad to M ritts Mi, Pond!
FLORIDA STATE HOSPITAL. There will be no re- oak tree. Room for garden. 4B R / 2 B A Priced AS IS which makes it a very good deal on this home. MLS# 248807
funds. Help will be available to assist with MLS# 249609 $59,900 -l-nkefnont home
loading. ,Handy Man Spednl. 0.75 i akefront home in
AC reol Corner Location on Compass Blue Springs Highway
Pecan Trees in Malone, lake. EnBoy BlueSprngs Highway
Any questions call (850)663-7317 or 7318 Owners started renovating Lake. Enjoy 1Acre Lot on Old US Hwy north of Hwy 162 $10,000
in 2008. Put in new b breathta k ing 10 Beautiful Acres on River Road near Lake Seminole $40,000
FSH/APD/ARAMARK EMPLOYEES WILL NOT BE ind d ont views of the lake and ofternoon sunsets from your own back Acr off Be d Road32,000
ABLE TO PARTICIPATE- cndna e w 5 c o Road $22,000
Florida State Hospital isa tobacco free facility. MLS# 248272 YOU FINISH FOR $29900 porch. 423 Lakeshore Dr. Alford $450,000 ML5# 249097 1 Acre Comer lot on paved mad in Compass Lake $6,000

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5035 Hwy 90 Marianna, FL 32446 SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES 850-209-3595 4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446 Call Us For All Your
i Brker E f(850) 526-2891 Real Estate Needs
Cresh Harrison, Broker* 850482-1700 Each Office I Independly Owned and Operated
Stacy Borges, Realtor* 850-573-1990 SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER ove-in ready bricstone 2268 3 ea F le 1-10 andS
Julie Miles,Realtor 850-693-3435 asonry fireplace oak floors tile,
M OBpete b w/ arge walk-in
i Ouida Morris piaca w n
REALTOR cH c/ha pmp al-
CoMPLETEY REMELLE 411.Broker/Owner al a/sh,18i cken coop, all w/lecric A new 20x38 covered
C L Ecarort.&Pecan knittrees 3.91fencedandcrossfencedacres Price$239,000 MLS 249582
Brick home with 1532 sq It. Updates 850-209-4705
include painting, wood & carpeting
hoor, electrical wiring, plumbing, MARIANNA
roo2 & well. Updated bathrooms Perfect setting for nature area 22'5 acres of
countertop & appliances! Sunroom surrounding wildlife from this ranch style home Plenty of
overlooking backyrdl LS 24431 nice cozy 3 bedroom home room for farming or to raise
located on one acre. cattle. Property is on the edge of the Alabama line, which makes it convenient to
Dothan, or to Malone/Marianna Home is in the process of getting new flooring/
VERY ATTRACTIV MLS# 249457 $66,000. painting in the bedrooms. Buyer is motivated. Price $114,000 MLS# 249620
4 13 1/2 with almost 2700 in the country is like new,
sq ft under airl Relax on has open oa design, 3 Potential commercial
the wraparound porch. bedrooms ond 2 aths. property with city
Large fenced backyard, Attached double gorae and zoning approval first!
16x32 gunite pool. Hardwood floors on the first floorl The kitchen nice covered bockporch. This nostalgic old
is large with plenty of countertop AND cabinet spacel Large center MLS# 249433 $99,900. home that either needs
island and breakfast area! There is an air conditioned game room or MARIANNA WOW! a!ot of TLC or can be-removed for access to 2 acres of prime
5th bedroom and half bath over the detached garage. MLS #248338 Every room in is 3 bedroom PRICED FOR QUICK SALE. 15 acres has unfinished, old 2 BR property in the City of Greenwood. Lots of possibilities! Priced
h bedroom and half bath over theto sell or bring your best offer! Price $40,000 MLS# 249570
home has been updated and looks house and barn on property. Born has attached 20x40 shed
PErECT with Cver 100 OMEt xelnt. The rear deck is very and two 12x12 horse stalls. Approx. 10 acre hay field. Some
Large 3/2 with over 1800 sL g n Fonice two level and-has enray fom Nice secluded 20
acres Relax on IheLar ont fencing. Underground storm sheler, well and septic tank. r tc ere ar
porch with a private settlngl the maoster bedroom onto deck. fencing. Underground storm shelte well and sepacre tract There are
Large Kitchen with Huge pantry! MLS# 249595 $125,000. Being sold "AS IS." $75,000 MLS #248497 no deed restrictions.
Newer central a/c unitl same OUNTAIN -Enoy the This wooded tract of
windows have been replaced ie l Enjoy h ................................. ................................... This wooded tract ofmot
with doable pane window es!e oalmosn land would be ideal for a beautiful home orit would make an
9.539 acres. Home has very excellent hunting spot. Seller will consider owner financing
GREAT BRICK HOME ON 3 ACRES nice features including fireplace, with 1/2 down. Bring all offers! Price $49,500 MLS# 249581
3/2 with several updates. Windows arden tub, office and more!
and AIC were repaced i 2000. Metal ncree patio and parking pad. IM
roof. wood burning fireplace in the # OO PRIME LOCATION
Living room will keep youa warm in the MLS# 24960 $149,900. ON BUSY HWY 90
winter night! Storage shed in backwith This property has
2 lean-to's. Sold AS-IS. MLS 249234 Bevely Thomas over 100' of Hwy 90
ENJOY HOT SUMMERS REALTOR@ road frontage and
IN THE POOL. Lovely 3/2 850-209-5211 a total of 1.23 acres (3 parcels). Plenty of space for your
business. Property is currently leased month-to-month and
home with 2063 sq ft. does not convey with land. Drive by today and envision your
Large 1 acre corner lot. business here! Price $249,000 MLS# 249640
Beautiful wood Floors in GRACEVILLE If yeo
Main living areas! Family need mom spa bs th e This 10 acres
Room with French Doors overlooking pool area!nom e t eThis 10 acres
Formal Dining Rm, plus eat in kitchen! Priced to SELL. home for yealwould make a
home with 5 bedrooms, newer Marianna On a quiet deadend street is this 3 BR/2 BA would make
aGREAT COUNTRY with ppliances, newer windows and beautiful home
GREAT COUNTRY with mush more. You must see!! home, plus an unheated bonus room. Cen H/A one yr old.
under 1300 sq ft! Located MiS# 247494 $130,000. Oak floors, some covered with carpet. One car garage. 2 including some nice oak
on 2 acres on Hwy 77 with MARIANNA You willh I metal storage buildings. Large shady lot is fenced in back. trees. Country living at its best! Drive by today! Price
workshop! Open floor plan .n sr shady ooin Iis 4 buoom $ 0
with breakfast bar in kitchen. home d on2.5 acres in the Great for children or pets. $68,500 MLS #248790
Built in entertainment center in ouy me ha too many spedal ............................................ Southern plantation
futhe eamiy rom. e need etes to men:,n! Cll Bevely style home in
same updates but would make today snd make your oppoinmeo' prestigious Indian
the perfect home or rental! p Ii
PRICE REDUCED Spring Sub. This
DWMH ON 1 ACRE LOT. MLS# 247928 e $100,000. 4/2.5 home has
3/2 with over 1700 sq ALTHA This beautul home waterfront view of Lake Osceola. Large porches w/many
ft under air! Very nice is lust waiing for you to come and extras, including large kitchen,-large LR and wide hallways.
SKitchen with appliancesl enjoy all the spedl feures that Enjoy an in-ground pool w/new linerand deck. Too much to
The home needs some wenttothe Cldgofhisrutlorw list! Priced at $183,500 MLS# 248285
work as the bathrooms oe. You wll be amazed as yeo
need remodeling, but can enfer the d Don't hes0h5e! Move-in ready,
be. the perfect home for Co Bevy 850$20-211. this 3/2 home has
your family! MS 248418 8415 154,900. laminate hardwood
LOCATED ON MERRITS MARIANNA This is floors, large great
MILL PONDI Cozy 211 with unit*e looking property ad
1080 so overlookinz lakew spedo l feitures. Pup lse room, kit/din combo, large bdrms & baths, new heat pump,
Large Backyard with deck indudes o 0 goagewith a 2-car garage, landscaped yard with fenced backyard. Closeto
perfect for relaxing! Kitchen loff that would mae a nkeO gol state ark town. Price 900 MLS# 247791
and baths have had some ro00M, re tohook up RV and space
updates! Living room and foropaol.All ndmoreonl0 es. Greenwood 2 or 3BR/1BA Fixer upper on paved road,
tMaster edr Fir velace k 248935 $89,000. on 1 acre in country. Some updates, double pane windows, MERRrTS MILL POND!
tSR woter! Fireplace in licountry. Reteteryday
room! MLS 1247509 insulfion in ceiling and walls. Breakfast bar between kitchen pressures to this relaxing
GRACEVILLE CITY LIMITSI Jean Sims and dining room. Front porch and deck on back of house. unique waterfront
Nice 312 with almost home with gorgeous views. This 3/2 has big window views from
1900 sqt at prort Realtorm Three pecan trees. Selling "AS IFo" s29,900 MS#249517 each bedroom, new carpet, boat dock, a dock. 2 workshops, paved
relax on. Hardwood floors 850-718-6382 driveway, secluded from main road Enjoy fishing boating, diving,
o smmn etc. 0n Al Offers! Price $239, ML# 248162
throughout main livingi
areas! Living room Plus a
Family rooml Appliances MARIANNA Large ...iiOUS 4/3.5
stay! Fireplace in Livingi l lt on paved soad 4
Room. Located on 3/4 acret in Compass Lake in the Hills. SlI e om
Purchase includes all omenities, y Ig
WATSON EIGHTSi Large access to 2 lakes, clubhouse, kitchen, ul crown
4/3.5 Brick home with over swimming and morel as bedun w/arge mult-purpose room. Priced
2300 sq f under air located on at $289# 248708 $000 MLS# 248914
1.23 acres! Below ground Pool
with nice patio area! Wood RIAN AW itieHere is an
burning fireplace, Huge Kitchen 3 7edror tame an 3.14 orm. I
ing fireac Huge Ki has deeded acess to beautif ul S~ier opportunity to
with center island! Large
Famy rom with formal Living and spokier 'lrteoms, haWmeb to
and Dining! Needs some TLC. 0mph nd pree, in Grand Ridge
woolspond eo1landrs&apn of nice, mostly
DOWNTOWN LIVING IN MLS# 249596 $150,000. high and dry, wooded prqperty! Not far from
4/2 1/2, 2 story home with PONCE DE LEON-li you town. Call today! Price $5,000 MLS# 248919
over 1900 sq ft under air. The need aceagee and a 3 bedroom home
master bedroom is on the first this it! There is 27 oatnes, features
floor and all other 3 bedrooms ind e 5 aerdeared and in posture, Marianna Approximately 1/2 acre lot with 149' on This 1716 st. home has
are upstairs. This home sits rermaining b wooded, larg pole pd m. bo a new roof, heat pump,
on a hill or a corner lot/ Very krage wrkdop, 2-3 eon pond and north Jefferson zoned mixed used. Could be residentil, windows, hot water
private yard. Newer home with enfie ppeerYy i fenced. heater & newly upgraded
all the extras. MLS #248849 MLS# 249343 $199,900 apartments/duplex or business. City utilities: 2 BR, old kitchen. Beautiful
SFOUNTAIN.- Build your house bein sold "AS 15". $67 500 MLS #247182 bamboo hardwood floors. Has 2 bdrmsbut can easily be reverted back to'
i L GREAT POSSIBILITIES in retirement or vslatAion home on$ L 3 bdrms: Has a 25x35 steel workshop on concrete floor, roll-updoor & 220
this 4/2 Brick home with this 5 acre lot that is not for from .............................. .................. wired. Also a 10x12 concrete floor garden shed. Fenced-in backyard. Too
almost 1300 sq ft. Open floor ihopping and about 25 miles to much to list! Price $159,900 MLS# 249343
plan. Large 1 acre lot located Ponaomo Cily Beach. Located just
at the cul-de-sac street, off well mointained county road. Highly'visible on Hwy 71,
Home being sold In the AS-IS MiLS# 249626 $12,000. 12000+ sq ft metal bldg.
condition. MLS 249448 -with offices, mtg. room, Ig
display room, parts display
LARGE 3/2.5 BATH HOM Brenda Morgan front; Ig warehouse space in back w/roll-up doonrs,, partially fenced, all
with aprox 2356 sq ft and Realtor on 7 acres w/add'l property of upto 140+ acres. Property has numerous
on 1.50 acres! Family room, 850.57.4799 potential uses. Pricedat $495,00o MLS# 247339
open kitchen with Breakfast brenda.morgan
Area. Formal Living room and CATTLE FARM!!! 121
Dininog Room! There is a den acres mostly all
with the halt bath that could Pon ,c Leonw(wncawg.lesou lared, pastuel
be used as another Bedroom n i. rrN rteaa.o oo la re ba
(no closet). MLS #249280 (, ,,o ,,,,, o ,, one large barn with
S isac t. MIS2o2,hol, ,w storage buildings, fenced and cross fenced, two fish ponds and a 2
ENJOY BEAUTIFUL SUNSETS M bedroom 1 bath farm house. This is a working cattle farm. Make an
ON SUN LAKE. 2/2 With ,seweI oemn ,,h, Nice, wellmaintained, 2BR/2BA home in city, near appointmenttoday! Pricedat$450,00 MLS#247991
aprox 1344 Sq Ft Screened MiS# 243846 1 3 a$~0 l schools, hospital and shopping. Playhouse in back with
porch overlooking wafer. Ma medical affice
Loctedn on 1.35 acres. Sun Po "'REA N windowTir HoId be offHice, etc. Metal storagebuilding complex is close to the
Lake is an 80 acre Bass Lake. ONCHluiwRIeeeacr ,aUsw ce Chain link fanod front and privacy in hospital. Renovated w/
PieranddocktofishonlNew rc,,a, ., ,, yr new metal mof. Has
on-market so call today for i .us ,=...e, back. Ask for Ora. $75,000 MLS #249639 5 exant rms, 3 baths,
pce MLS #249251 ea M, area, check-.............................. ....................wating area, check-In area and Exec. Office. Currently leased month-
,= ,,aeDnieiah. omi. 0 ,to-month. Exc. income producer or use for your own business! Price
LARGE FAMILY MLS# 249589* En.:jvoeenaove&.wwwte I$ 9 $ 37,580 ML5C 248189
HOME. True 4/3 Brick Chaieahoochaer- -O-ul-ul-it- AR,
Shome 3 11 ACRES with a 3 car tene2-3
garage on 2.24 ohoonoa d re oa int BD/1-2 BA home or
Over 2900 a! he It0 interthonge a o-builudog! a
acres. isev290nt9.2 oi piy alOetd, prtle office building that
sq ft with a large wooded, level proparly in a quiel olming TLC.
living room, formal ommui sulound by~nolul. Popoly needs 'some TLC.
dining room, formal e~, aimi pnoed -or d on wei Large outside deck Great potential and a must see location
21x16 Family room. Hardwood floors thru out MLS# 249467 $13,9 0 in Cottondale! Bring all offers! Price $116,900 MLS# 247834
living areas and bedrooms, MLS #248717 Jacob Prkd t m lll NIe
LAND FOR SALE RETAIL SAPCE ppery in quiet nehbrhooes to build Three buildings Marianna did store building, house and garageaces-
t Iyour own home. Propedry consist of aparlment on H acre MOL. Roads on 3 sides (2 are paved) zoned 4 lots-Mashburn Rd., Marianna, FL$12,000/ea
two el togarotoing lust ardor comerciat.W 30.62 acres- Pooser Rd., Marianna, FL $69,500
worcesreoloniuta commercial. Would be good for aportmenos, aulo repair, H/A .92 ac -lvia Dve, Maanna, $16,900
Hwy, 231 neolacob. conditioning business, oed. Lots of room for parking or exponsion. 3 acres-LakeSeminoleRd.,Sneads, FL- $50,000
MIS# 249345 $6,000 Selling "as is". $95,000 MLS #248793 13 acres Hwy 90- $174,500





Jackson County's
New& Used
Truck Center

2014 Focus SE 2013 C-MAX 2013 C-MIAX
Hybrid SE Hybrid SEL

MSRP.............................................................$20,735 M SRP..... .............................$26 790 MSRP.......................... ................. ...... .. $31,570
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT..........................$740 CHIPOLA FORD DSOUNT.......................$1,295 CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT........... ........$,575
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH ...;$. .....................$ 00 RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH............................. $1500 RETAIL CUSTOMER CA H... ........l...........$
FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH..,........F ....... $1000 FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH.................50 FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH.........................1,25

2013 Edge .2013 F"150 .. Lari 2013 F-150
SPORT, SperCrgew4X4 -SuperCrewl 4


MSRP............ ............ .... .......... ....... $41,860 MSRP ............. .... ...............$48,215 MSRP...............,................$50 75
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT.......................... $1,865 CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT ....................$3.220 CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT...........................$3760
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH...... ..,.......... $3,000 RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH............................... 5 $,00 RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH.............................$1
TRADE IN ASSISTANCE.......................$500 FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH,......................$1,500
TRADEIN ASSISTANCE................. $1..5.00 TRADE IN ASSISTANCE......,............$1.50

(650)4824043 [XI
1 (866) 587-3673 I 1
Rick Barnes
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4242 Lafayette Street, Marianna, Florida ALL PRICES PLUS $299.50 P&H, TAX, TAG & TITLE.
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