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Vol. 91 No. 98

County hires interim while searching for full-time attorney
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER her predetessor, Frank Baker, select a full-time attorney. Baker specified that they want the at- county would help pay for an as their part-time contract at- had.been the board's part-time torney to serve as the county's assistant to the attorney.
torney. Baker re- attorney, free to accept work risk manager in the legal sense, a The job description and some
On Friday, Jackson County signed the posi- from other clients as he tended position that typically concerns of those details should be ironed
Commissioners fine-tuned the tion after having to most county legal documents workforce issues but can extend out by the time advertising corn-
interim contract they're offering | H been convicted and issues and attended board to other matters. mences. The board has directed
attorney Michelle Blankenship I in May on eight meetings. The board is con- The new attorney likely will county administrator Ted Lakey
Tagert and heard that afternoon banking-related templating whether to strictly have county benefits and details to put the advertising docu-
that she'd accepted the part- offenses. require the county's new attor- will be worked out later as to ment together for board review
time assignment as amended. Tagert She will take ney to work exclusively for the whether he or she would work at commissioners' next meet-
They'll pay her $4,250 a month, care of immediate board, but commissioners have from their own office or in space ing. Their next regular session
about 30 percent less than the legal issues for the board while indicated that the hire may be provided by the county. Also to
monthly $6,273 the board paid commissioners advertise for and on a full-time basis. They've also be determined is whether the See ATTORNEY, Page 5A

UP, UP, AND AWAY Man chargeth
SYANGIE COOK sexual abuse perpetrated
S by Stewart Those allega-
A Grand Ridge man is tions stemmed from an
facing multiple charges incident that initially was
of ,sexual reported to authorities on
battery on April 7.
a child. Ac- During the course of
cording to the investigation, law en-
*local au- forcement discovered that
thorities, Stewart sexually abused a
the suspect minor and recorded the
Stewart recorded abuse on his phone. On
S theincident May 16, Stewart was tak-
PV on his cellphone. en into custody without
The Jackson" County incident.
Sheriffs Office on Sat- Charged with three
urday released a state- counts of sexual battery
ment regarding the arrest and six counts of sexual
of' 41-year-old Charles performance by a child,
Heath Stewart. Over the Stewart was taken to the
Spast two months, it said, Jackson County Correc-
invesitigators have been tional Facility to await
looking into allegationris of first appearance in court.

This 1936 Lockheed gleams in the sun Saturday at the fly-in at the Marianna airport. This plane of two Lockheeds
used in the 2009 movie "Amelia:'

Lester Evans (left) and his brother William Evans look over
a map Thursday in Malone, showing the proximity of their
property to bodies of water they say had drainage alteration,
This World War Il-era plane sits under the bright blue sky Saturday at the Armed Forces Celebration Day fly-in at the resulting in.floodir tihes.

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER of the damaged roads an- other day.
Jackson County officials In preparation for that
are expecting to find out anticipated designation,
soon how much money Jackson County Com-
the Federal Emergency missioners talked Friday
Management Agency about what would come
believes is needed to re- next the appointment
pair the many local roads of a consultingfirm to as-
damaged in recent heavy sist in the administration
rains. They're also waiting of the FEMA-funded work
to hear whether FEMA that would be done. Be-
will contribute to that big cause FEMA will closely
project, and how much audit the expenditures,
money the county can county officials are taking
expect to receive if it gets no chances that it might
the disaster assistance spend FEMA money in
designation needed to a way unauthorized by
release, the funds. FEMA the terms of the alloca-
representatives have been tion. They're planning
Pilot Lisa Oliver waits as passengers unload from a helicopter tour of Six-year-old Caden Anderson from Wausau in the county a couple of to send out a request for
Marianna Saturday at the fly-in. The helicopter is part of Timberview stands beside one of the many planes and days and on Friday de-
Helicopters based out of Destin. helicopters on display Saturday at the fly-in. cided to extend their tour See ROADS, Page 5A

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ob or o TODAY Mariainna. St., Marianna, in theAAroom. Attendance limitedto
SJackson Hosp ital Board of Trustees Building 9th Annual Garden Gala Noon Preview Social persons mwith a desire to stop drinking.
Publisher Valeria Roberts and Grounds Committee eeting Noon in the Noon to 2 p.m. at covenantHospice, 4215 Kelson
vroberts@jcfloridanco Boardroom of Jackson Hospital. Ave., suite E, Marianna. Preview the beautiful hand FRIDAY, MAY 23
vroberts@cforidan.omCitizens, 2931ptimist Drive in Marianna. Call 482- Ho and Needles10oat the Jackson
SAcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussio paited pieces of garden art that will for Alford Community Health Clinic Hours B10
CirculationManager- Dena Oberski 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist a 9th Annual Garden Gala to be held une14 am. until last patient is een, at 1770 CarolinaSt in Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Aendne Tickets for the gala are $75 each or $12 per couple. Alford. The freeclinic for income-eligible patients
AteendCar nce Yo u can purchase tickets online rt www.eventsatcov- w u
limited to persons with a desire to stop dra etickied oninline kree without medicalinsurance treats shart-term illness-
4403 Constitution Le es and chronic conditions. Appointments available
CONTACT US MONDAY, MAY1 Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins welcor4e.
Week 8a 5Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. eCall 482- C uHooksand Needles 10 a.m at the J ackson
Telephne: 850-526-3614 Chipla Chapter NSDAR meeting 11 a.m. at i5028. County Public Library, Marianna Branch Newsand
FAX: 850-482-4478 the Oaks Restaurant for Dutch treat lunch. Members a i pen ar welcoa r a s e
Email: will present a program as to why they joined DAR. Employability Workshop "lnternetSecurity" experienced'handcrafters welcome to create, share,
Visitors are welcome. Contact Regent Carolyn Jor- 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. Workshop is learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631.
Street Address: dan at cdjordan@bellsouth.nett or 638-1947. facilitated by a Certified Motivational Career Coach. Madison Street Park Farmers Market 4 p.m.
4403 Constitution Lane Workshop is free of charge and open to the public. p.m. at Madison Street park. Will be open each
Marianna, FLT32448 )o Senior Fellowship Associationmonthly lun- Visit to register. Friday evening. For more info cat v693-4078.
Office Hours: acheon Noon in the YouthCenter of First United Ja on County SChool Board lleeting 4 Ceer 6 ebble ill Mia dt
SMethodist Church Guest speaker: Seriff Lou Chess Club 6-8 p.m. First United Methodists
WeeJacksonidans 8 a o 5 p. Roberts. All seniors welcome. p.m. at 2903 Jeffersorn St., Marianna. Open to public. Church on Clinton St, in p arianna. Sponsored by
a .Panhandle PublicLibrary Cooperative System: MariannaOptimist Club for students for students 8
Mis i SS YOUR PAPER? and Meting and Mmbership lein a Meig --4 p.m. at262 Madison St., ; 1 8 years ofagein Jackson County. All students.and

Sunday mornings.Periodicalpostagepaid County School Board Office Presentation of gra Center. s t
You shouid receive your iewspaper no later pi ili by a arified. All Jackonal Marianna. IeMeetiir parents are welcome. Players oal kill levels
SWorksh County citizens invitated byto a Certified p.m.Motivationalat the AV Chapter 22 house, 3083 AV Lane, p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
than 6 a.m. Ifit does not arrive, call Circula- Career Coach. Workshop is free of charge and open The Capt Luke Lot's Calhoun Guard, Camp including beginners are welcome Call 693-0473
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to to the public. Visit EmployFlorida.cbm to register for 2212 Sons of confederate Veterans meeting 6 )) Celebrate Recovery- 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
Friday, and 7 a.m. t 11 a.m. on Sunday. The this informative workshop pm. Altha Community Center. Any and allwho are Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Roadin Marianna. Adult
JacksonCounty Floridan (USPSu271-840) Jackso CoutyEduction Foundation Aiual interested in Southern and Confederate Heritage and teen meetings to overcome hurts,.habits and
is published Tuesday through Friday and Meeting and Membership Drive 5:15 Jackson men, women and children, are welcome and encour- hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child c are available. Call
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid County School Board Office Presentation of grants aged to attend... 209-7856,573-1131..
at Marianna, FL. give this school year will be awarded. All Jackson Disabled American Veterans Meeting-7 .Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
County citizens invited to attend. the DAV Chapter 22 house, 3083 DAV Lane, p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Jackson County Quilters Guid Meeting Marianna. Call 209-4310. Church, 2901Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Homedel $1- 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Jackson County Extension ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9
Home delivery $11.23 per month; $32.83 Service, Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meetings are pm. in the AA room of First United Methodist SATURDAY, MAY 24
forthree months; $62.05 for six months; fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, les- Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed 7 Marianna City Farmer's Market Open -7
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include sons and help. All quilters welcome. Call 573-5434. discussion with 12 & 12 study, a.m. to noon at Madison St. Park. Now featuring
applicable state and local taxes. Mail ) Alford Community Organization Meeting 6 panhandle arts and crafts every Saturday.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail p.m. in the Alford Community Center. New members WEDNESDAY, MAY 21 Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- 8a.m.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; from Alford, surrounding communities invited to Malone Joy Club -10 a.m. Joy Club House, S.R. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church,
$92.24for six months; and $184.47 for one join. Call 579-4482,638-4900 or 579-5173. 2, Malone. Lunch served at noon. Games following 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
year. ) Chipola Beekeepers Meeting- 6-8 p.m. at the lunch. Come and join the fun. Merritt/Williams Family Reunion -11 a.m. at
Jackson County Extension Office, 2741 Pennsylvania ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon the Milton Pavilion on U.S. Road, Marianna. If you are
All subscriptions to the Jackson County Ave., Marianna. Bring a dish for the potluck supper. to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist descendent of Queen Merritt and Ernest Williams
Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving Call 482-9620. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna: come and join in the faith, family and fellowship. For
Day for which there is a premium charge. ) Concerned American Patriots of Jackson more info contact Dorothy Johnson at 592-2847.
County 6 p.m. Agriculture Center on U.S. 90 THURSDAY, MAY 22 Wild Game Dinner and Concert 6:30 p.m. at
ADVERTISING West. Marianna. Special guests will be candidates nn M t 7 the Bulldog Stadium. The dinner will include deer,
The advertiser agrees that the publisher for 14th District Circuit Court and judge from the Marianna City Farmer's Market Open ed erl iode me
District court of Appeals as well as Brad Drake, a.m. to noon at Madison St. Park. Now featuring ayevnat tlesnak and al therimmin s
shall not be liable for damages arising candidate for District 5 House of Representatives, panhandle arts and crafts every Saturday. donation includes meal and music by several bands
out of errors and advertisements beyond Everyone welcome. No Charge. St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. and local musicians. There will also be kid's games,
the amount paid for the space actually Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 Anre's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. o door prizes and other surprises. The dinner will fol-
occupied by that portion of the advertise- p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Welcome donations: house hold items, clothing and "low the Spring Football.Jamboree which begins at 4
ments in which the error occurred, whether Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. jewelry. Proceeds go t(help less fortunate in our p.m. For more info call Mark at 386-854-0330.
such error is due to the negligence of the community. Call 482-3734.
publisher's employees or otherwise, and TUESDAY, MAY 20 Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks SUNDAY, MAY 25
there shall be not liability for non-inser- Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna: The CCC's focus
tion of any advertisement beyond the MariannaCity Farmer's Market Open -7 is the local community, "Community, Children & a Merritt/Williams Family Reunion-i a.m. at
a.m. to noon at Madison St. Park. Now featuring Character." Call 526-3142. Evergreen Missionary Baptist Church. If you are a
amount paid for such advertisement. This panhaidle arts and crafts everySaturday. descendent of Queen Merritt and Ernest Williams
newspaper will not knowingly accept or St.Anne Thrift Store .m. St Employability Workshop "Job Search Es- come and join in the faith, family and fellowship.
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis-9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. sentials 2:30 Marianna Career Center Weekend activities will conclude with dinner im-
g whih epresses prefer ad n Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St.i Marianna. Workshop is facilitated by a Certified Motivational- mediately following worship service. For more info
ing which expresses preference based on Welcome donations: house hold items, clothing and Career Coach. Workshop is free of charge and open contact Dorothy Johnson at 592-2847
legally protected personal characteristics is jewelry. Proceeds go to help less fortunate in our to the public.Visit to register for
not acceptable. community. Call 482-3734. this informative workshop. Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
a OntmictClihnf lalcksnn Countu Mpeting .o 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist
SHOWTO GETYOUR imClubof ackson County- Closed discussion, 8-9 Church 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance
HOWTO IYGUR- Noon at Jims Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. Police Roundup
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement,
anniversary and birth announcements. Marianna Police Jackson County alarms, one request for police/ ing the latest reporting periods:
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. Department Sheriff's Office fire assist, 11 traffic stops, one ) Ringo Gay, 33, 630 22nd St.,
Photographs must be of good quality and p larceny complaint, two trespass West Palm Beach, non-child
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the The Marianna Police De- The Jackson County Sheriff's complaints, one follow-up in- support.
right to edit all submissions. partment listed the following Office and county fire/rescue vestigation, two juvenile com- a Vincent Jones, 50, 1584
incidents for May 15, the latest reported the fol- plaints, one suicide attempt or Blount Road, Grand Ridge, fail-
available report: one accident, ( lowing incidents threat, one noise disturbance, ure to appear (13 counts).
GETTING IT RIGHT one suspicious vehicle, one : for May 15, the two animal complaints, five a David Murray, 35, 631 Zion
The Jackson County Floridan's policy highway obstruction, one phys- C M E latest available property checks, two assists of St., Chattahoochee, non-child
is to correct mistakes promptly. To ical disturbance, two verbal dis- T report: one acci- motorists or pedestrians, one support.
report an error, please call 526-3614 turbances, one fire with police d ddent, two aban- 911 hang-up, one criminal reg- Anthony Candelaria, 24,
Monday-Friday, response, one robbery with police doned vehicles, two reckless istration, four welfare checks, 4127 Herring Ave., Marianna,
Monday-Friday r esponse, one robbery alarcenm, drivers, six suspicious vehicles, one transport, and one home tattooing without a license,
24 traffic stops, one larceny two suspicious incidents, two r security check, grand theft, possession of
CORRECTION complaint, one follow-up inves- suspicious people, one escort, paraphernalia.
tigation, one noise disturbance, one highway obstruction, one
In the May 12 issue the telephone six property checks, one assist .burglary, one verbal distur- Jackson County Jail Population: 210
number for the 4-H office was listed of a motorist or pedestrian, one bance, two residential fire calls, Correctional Facility To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
incorrectly. The correct number is public service call, one patrol two power lines down, 15 medi- at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
482-9620. The Floridan is happy to request, and 12 home security cal calls, three traffic crashes, The following people were agency. To report a wildlife violation, call
_jmake the clarification, checks, four burglar alarms, .two fire booked into the county jail dur- 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).

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Making changes isnt easy to do cn"gaent
ges n Cain, Goodwin
a king changes, adult they will become. parents themselves. Christian home with par-
for some people, In many cases, the Don'twaittomakesolid, ents who love them and
is not an easy blame for the attitudes uplifting changes! Chil- treat them with respect,
thing to do. Let's face it; and per- dren observe us closely, make changes that lead
many of us refuse to give sonalities so they would notice them down a path filled
up some of the old bad of people any changes or improve- with criminal activities
habits we've developed lies square- ments we as adults make. where they have no con-
over the years. ly on their Uplifting changes will cern for others.
Anyone can make parents most likely affect them in When unhealthybehav-
changes to better their When there an inspiring way. We can't iors in a household are
life, iftheywantto.Whena Thonm s are chil- raise children without consistent with years of
person is loud and enjoys /incent dren in the discipline; where there family activities and hab-
attention, but no one has Murphy household, is no order or joy in the its, making changes won't
had the nerve to mention p a r e n t s home, and expect them to come easy; but breaking
it to them, it would prob- shouldn't hesitate to be quality citizens. Often the mold to turn things
ably be hard for them to make the encouraging the problems of people around for the better, can
have a more modest at-. changes that would al- involved in our court sys- be one of the best things
titude after years of be- low those children to live tems are traced back to a family can do. Changes
ing that way. If a child is an enjoyable life when the home environment, that impact a family in a
disrespectful to adults they become adults; One of the worst things in favorable way can bring a Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cain of Zachary is the grandson of
during the early years of the first change may life is to see a person who new sense of pride to any Sneads, FL are pleased to Joe and Jean Byrd of Sneads
life, imagine what kind of have to come from the has been brought up in a family. announce the engagement and and Douglas and Clara
upcoming marriage of their Goodwin of Grand Ridge.
T 11 daughter Emily 'Cain to her Zachary graduated from
al Seattle mm mum-wage, middle-class blues high school sweetheart Sneads High School in 2011,
Zachary Goodwin, son of Mr. Chipola College in 2012 with
"Your beat-up buck 2 percent. That's under a decent-paying employ- purchasing power in the and Mrs. Jody Goodwin of an Associate of Arts degree,
won't be worth a cent... thousand dollars in av- ment opportunities. short term. Inflation isn't Sneads, FL. and Florida State University in
Prices'llfly to the erage pay And many have simply close to the Federal Re- Emily is the granddaughter 2014with a Bachelor'sDegree
firmament." increase stopped looking for work. serve's official target rate of Rodger and Laura Avriett in Civil Engmeering. He is
"Talkin' Inflation Blues" annually. So According to a recent of 2 percent. In an effort of Sycamore and Ailene Cain currently employed at Metric
by TomGlazer after adjust- New York Times article to spur growth by forcing and the late Roy Cain of Engineering in Panama City,
T he city of Seattle ing for in- by Bin Applebaum, only savers to deploy capital, Chattahoochee. FL.
voted recently to flation, real 48 percent of American the Federal Reserve has Emily graduated from The wedding will take place
lift its minimum- Margaret wages have adults are enjoying full- been attempting to cre- Sneads High School in 2010 Saturday, June 14th at 5 pm
wage requirement to $15 McDowell increased time employment, ate inflation on its own. and Chipola College in, 2012 cst at El Bethel Assembly of
an hour for hospitality about 0.5 Dartmouth economic A much more healthy with an Associate of Science God in Grand Ridge, FL. A
and transportation work- p e r c e n t professor David Blanch- economic progression, Degree in Nursing. She is reception to follow in the
ers near its major airport. in the last flower and Adam Posen however, would be to al- currently employed as a fellowship hall. Local
This figure is more than year. This is a disappoint- of the Peterson Institute low market forces to in- registered nurse at GulfCoast invitations will not be sent,
Regional Medical Center in however all family and friends
double the federal mini- ing trend. Unfortunately, for International Eco- flate the currency rather Panama City, FL. are invited to attend.
mum wage of $7.25. wages have been stagnat- nomics havre an interest- than continued quantita-
Some 21 states currently ing in relation to the cost ing theory on the new tive easing by the Federal
require employers to pay of living for over 35 years. and improved, recently Reserve. The best we can La k i
hourly wages above the The current commo- released unemployment hope for is to see wages P eters, Lark
federal minimum. Cali- tion over the minimum numbers: essentially, ig- and inflation rise natural-
fornia will raise its mini- wage does not address nore them. They assert ly, separate from artificial
mum wage from $8 to $9 our greater problem, that the "single best gauge government stimulus.
in July and then to $10 an which is that many quali- of the economic recovery,
hour in January of 2016. fled adults cannot find better than the headline Margaret R. McDowell, ChFCC
Florida's minimum is cur- gainful employment and unemployment rate-may AIF* a syndicated economic
rently $7.93 per hour. are taking low-paying be wage growth ... Until columnist, is the founder of Arbor
Here's a more revealing jobs. Minimum-wage wages start rising more Wealth Management, LLC, (850-
wage number: $24.31. positions make sense for quickly, the economy re- net), a "Fee-Only and Fiddciary
That's the average hourly teenagers, many of whom mains far from healthy." Registered Investment Advisory
wage for an American are working their first job Wage growth often trig- Firm located near Destin. This
worker in April. A year and attempting to estab- gers inflation, as employ- column should not be considered
ago it was $23.82, so our lish a solid employment ers compete to attrac personalized investment advice
Sand provides'no assurance that
average- wage increased track record. But to sup- better workers., While any specific strategy or invest-
only49 cents an hour over port a thriving middle this is good for salary lev- merit will be suitable or profitable
the last year, orjustunder class, U.S. laborers need els, it hurts middle-class .-. for an investor. Tony and Renea Peters are in Elementary Education in
pleased 'to announce the"en- '2013. Dustin currently lives in
gagement and forthcoming Kingsland, GA where he teach-
OPTIMIST CLUB LADY EL S HOST marriage oftheir daughter, es and coaches football and
O P IM ST C U B 1 HT JoAnna Christine Peters to tennis at Camden County High
William Dustin Larkin, son of School.
PIShawn and Stacy Larkin. The wedding will take place
Y The bride elect is a 2011 on Saturday, June 7, 2014 at
graduate of Chipley High 6:30 p.m. at Pinnacle Place
School and will graduate from Outdoors 2224 Kent Cemetery
the University of West Florida Road, Alford, FL with a recep-
with a degree in Elementary tion immediately following.
and ESEeducation. No local invitations are be-
Dustin is a 2009 graduate of ing sent and all family and
Marianna High School and at- friends are welcome to come
tended Chipola College where celebrate the marriage of
he graduated with his degree Dustin and JoAnna.

T ackson County Road Superintendent
SAl Green (center) was Welcomed as a
special guest of the Marianna Optimist
Club during a recent meeting. Green told
the gathering that at this time, recent heavy
rains have left 123 roads in our county SUBMITTED PHOTO
either underwater or cut into to the point he Ladies of the Elks 1516, Mari- t
they are not passable. According to Green, anna, hosted a pizza party for the
heavy rains actually began creating seri- 2014 Springtime Pageant contes-
ous problems for him and his department tants Wednesday at the Elks Lodge. After
last July, with the rain events that began the young ladies practiced their stage JC FLO R IDA N .CO lI
April 15 having taken the those problems presentation with the help of the current
to a new and higher level. Green says some Springtime queens, they enjoyed a dinner
additional help may be onthe way as rep- ofpizza, soda and cupcakes. One of the
resentatives from the Federal Emergency projects of the current queens is to col-
Management Agency have arrived to begin lect supplies for Partners for Pets. Pictured
assessing damage to the roads as well as are the 2013-14 queens with some of the
damage to businesses and private indi- contestants in the pageant and the pet
viduals who have suffered weather-related supplies they each donated. To donate to
damage. Green is seen here with club Vice Partners for Pets, call 482-4570, and for
President Arthur "A.J. Johnson (right) and information on the Lady Elks, contact Liz FOR HIM
club program chairman Jack Hollis. Alford at 592-4292. Follow us on


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Those inducted for Phi Chapter were, from left, Susan Lockey, t rer, Catherine Connor,
corresponding secretary ndrea Sellars, recording secretay Geraldine DeFelix, who was
standing in for the second vice president; Dr. Sarah Clemons, first vice president nda
Wunderly, president and Martha Compton, outgoing president Officers for Delta Theta
Chapter are, Elizabeth Bell, outgoing president, Ruth McCray, president; Amanda Adams
first vic president; Jacqueline Jacks, second vice president; Kathy Diese recording
secretary; Kathleen Wicker, corresponding secretary- and Debbie Bush, treasurer.

Delta Kappa Gamna

SIternafional Fiduct officers
S Two local chapters of Delta Kappo a ternational i an internatinal honorary
RISTIECUDFLORIDAN Gamma Society International induct- society of over 150,000 female educators
arah Clemons, hospitalboard chair, peaks to a packed m ed their officers for the new biennium in.14 countries.
Friday atJackson Hospital's 75th Anniversary Celebration. The Tuesday night at Pattillos on the Wash- They promote professional and per-
celebation was held on thelast ayo ational H ington Holmes Technical Center cam- sonal growth of female educators and
pus. Delta Kappa Gamma Society In- excellence in education.
Clemmons spoke of her pride in the hospital and its board as well as
the many complishments of the physicians and staff. Fo ndation offes o y r ico

The Chipola College awarded through... the packages for scholar-
ess N Foundation will award Chipola, Foundation are ships offered through the
more than $500,000 in upported by private do- Chipola oundation can
scholarships for qualified nations, with scholarship be delivered or mailed to:
On April 14, local civic students who attend the criteria set by the donors. Chipola College Founda-
leaders, parents, and stu- college during the 2014- To apply, com- tion, 3094 Indian Circle,
dents, participated in a 15 schoolyear. plete the: scholarship Marianna, FL 32446. The
college informational. Scholarships are avail- application(s) andsubmit applications for scholar-
The fourth annual Colleg able for a variety of ma- the required attachments ships awarded through
Readiness Night, held in jors. The fall application listed on the application other organizations are
Marianna, focused on deadline is June 5, Visit by 4p.m. June 5. mailed to the addresses
various aspectsof the col- wwwchipola.edufoun- Applicants who require indicated in' each schol-
legiate. process and the dation for a listing of assistance with the ap- arship description. i Ap-
specific topics of: apply- scholarships. plication process are en- plicants who are awarded
ing to college, choosinga To be eligible for a couraged to apply early scholarships willbe noti-
major, researching schol- particular scholarship, and contact the Chipola fied by mail.
arships and grants, college students must satisfy all Foundation office staff -For questioris, contact
life, applying to graduate of the requirements out- for help before the dead- :the foundation at 718-
school, and transitioning lined in the scholarship line week. 2445 or e-mail oliverg@
into a career, description. Scholarships Completed scholarship
The event was spon-
sored by LaDray B. Gil- g
bert, Esq. and his law SI O
firm, The Gilbert Firm,
A. The program featured Pictured are LaDray Gilbert, Esquire, Anthony Thomas,
A mihe program featured t Esquire, Jeremy Jones and Howard Azaga.
a myriad of speakers that
made presentations about the kids in the crowd to do in Washington, D.C. In all,
the aforemnentioned top- the same. therewas a clear message,
ics, including Julie Fuqua. Clemmons tookaslight- conveyed by the spealk"i
of the Chipola College ly different approach. He ers that challenged the
Foundation. told stories of how mili- students.. in attendance
Also in attendance was tary service provided op- to reach for thehighest
City Commissioner Tra- portunities for him from heights possible.
vis Ephriam, the current the dirt roads of Jackson With over 75 partici-I
president of : the NWF County, Florida -(Camp-. pants, this was by far tfde
FAMU Alumni Associa- bellton), to ,being in largest crowd to attend
tion. He announced the charge oflall White House the program in its four
recent scholarship recipi- 'communications under years of existence in Jack-
ents that the association President, Barack Obama son County.
,had awarded and spoke
of plans to double the
amount of money given
to perspective college stu-
dents in the future.
This year, the featured
speakers were Anthony
Thomas, Esq. (Parks &
Crump--Trayvon Mar-
tin case associate) and
Command Sgt. Maj. Wil-
lie Clemmons of the U.S.
Army and formerly of the
Obama administration.
Thomas urged the kids
in attendance ,to work
as hard as they possibly
could toward their goals
and to not be afraid of
failure. He explained that,
statistically, he had every
right not to believe in his
dreams as he pursued
a law degree. However,
through perseverance
he was able to reach his
goals. Thomas challenged

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PHOTOS BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN when traveling Pilgrim Rest Church Road. Vickery said county
This ditch on the property of Oscar McKinnie was dug in the 1950s as part of the Army Corps of Engineers project to create Lake decisions regarding road and drainage work are at fault for its
Seminole and control the low of water in the area. It is one of many in the area around the lake. condition.
IR d 1turned over to the county crew members don't know ation was caused purely And then there's Lester in 3 feet of water," Evans
R oads for maintenance. Green what they're doing when by the county. In 65 years, Evans,, who lives on Ev- said. "A closed basin sys-
acknowledges that over it comes to culvert instal- this church has never had ans Lane, at the end of tem should only get water
From Page 1A -the ensuing half-century, lation, and that flooding water in it, and in the last Baxter Road and about 2 that falls on in, water that
maintenance ofthe ditches results from that lack of few months we've hadwa- miles from the neighbor- percolates into it, or tops
proposals from consul- was not always carried out skill. ter in there three times. hood where the alligator an actual road. Instead, it
tants who want to help on a routine basis and that The Rev. Ellis Vickery, Nothing else around it has was captured. He's seen a looks like they're sendingit
track the spending/work in fact vegetation has been pastor of Pilgrim Rest changed until those cul- good share of water moc- in here on us, and for what
process and be paid for allowed to grow in some Church and a resident of verts were brought in, and casins himself here lately, purpose I can only guess,
that service primarily places. Once the heavy Pilgrim Rest Church Road, they're put too high. Now, he said. but it needs to stop."
through the FEMA fund- rains came, that became explained whathe believes when you put a culvert in, Evans said he, too, is in .Evans believes that an
ing. The county would an issue as the impaired forced his congregation to you need to kind of survey that closed basin system attempt was made a few
contribute 12.5 percent by flow allowed some of those suspend services a hand- and get the ground level of and is convinced that years ago to present some
way of "in-kind" services ditches to fill, overflow and ful of times in the last few the area that's around it, I some entityhas purposely parcels in Malone as a
related to the project. send water onto the own- months, would think, iiorder to set reversed the purpose of flood zone to drive people
With dozens of county er's farm fields and other "In the last three the level of that culvert." the canal structures he out. Although it was cast
roads underwater or oth- properties. months, we have been Others in different areas says were built after the as a mapping error and
erwise undermined at Green, inheriting the flooded three different of the: county have said great floods of 1%97f6i the later corrected, Evans
various times in April and problem when he became times, and this is purely similar things about re- purpose ofdraining water suspects that it was really
May, the county had give superintendent many because the county did cently installed culverts out if e.ater, he done on purpose but had'
an early estimate of $14 years later, has not had to the wrong thing and has and their placement an- said, comes in from the to be corrected when dis-
million to repair the roads, deal withit Ito any great not corrected it," Vickery gles or levels in the recent Alabama side of the state covered and brought into
but that was before addi- extent until this year's told Jackson County com- past as well. border. He said that these the public eye.
tional downpours caused heavy rains became he missioners Tesday I met In a Malone neighbor- days, the state is divert- He said he wants a meet-
more problems. The fresh tipping point. He said this with Mr. Green and asked hood near the intersection ing water into the Malone ing with the Department
estimate is expected to be week that he's going to try foranaddiional culvert to of 12th Street and 11th Av- area via pipes installed of Interior, -saying his
well in excess of that'. to get FEMA to recognize be put in ... this was a few enue, some believe that a underneath .Friendship complaint keeps getting
Meanwhile, 'Jackson that the ditches areessein months ago, and have no canal was dug from the Church Road, with those ignored byefvarious agen-
CoiltyRoad and Bridge tial for flood control'and results from that. Gentle- Alabama line into their structures sending the wa- cies he's contacted, with
Superintendent Al Green that agency doll asae men, we're talking about community years ago and ter onto property instead each ofthem referringhim
is trying to get a little more needed to carry out some the house of God here that the trench is sending of to the Chipola River, to someone else.
mileage out of the'desig- key maintenance of those that is being destroyed by water into the closed ba- where it is supposed to go, "Everybody's pushing
nation, if it comes. channels to prevent such neglect, and to me that's sin where they live.Those he said. He also suspects it to'somebody else. You
He's going to ask FEMA flooding in the future and uncalled for. You knpw, who believe that blame that one or more farmers want a circus? There's one
to help clearsome Army release some of the pres- sometimes to do nothing the Army Corps of Engi- in the area have been al- right there. It's like the
Corps ofEngineers ditches sure now. is 'not'the right thing to neers' for their problems, lowed to dam off areas or Keystone Kops trying to
that were dug in the 1950s In addition to the road do. I realize you've had a which include yards filled take other action to pro- get the water out of here.
as part of the creation of problems caused by the lot of pressure throughout with rain water and, some tect their fields and that Let's set up a meeting up
Lake Seminole. By way of recent rains, Green is be- the county, I realize that say, backed-up sewage. An the situation is contribut- here, where the affected
easements, several such ing bombarded by com- there's been a lot of prob- alligator was captured in ing to the problem. "All I people are, and get hold of
ditches were dug on pri- plaints from people, who lems through the county the neighborhood a few know is that every farm this thing and really deal
vate property and then say that some county road with roads, but this situ- days ago, as well. fiell is dry and I'm sitting with it and solve it."

With the board decid- it in three key ways. Commissioner Willie she's being paid. Board commission, but an oth-
Ay ing 'earlier this week to They took out the clause Spires led the discussion members agreed to delete ers she might be called
S hire Tagert on an interim stating that Tagert would on this point, saying he that passage, and Tagert' upon for, such as those
From Page lA basis, she and County Ad- be paid extra for any work felt that this kind of duty, if accepted the change. of the county's advisory
ministrator Ted Lakey had in the areas of "real prop- it were to come up during The board also speci- planning board.
is set for May 27 at 6 p.m., ironed the proposed terms erty rendering title opin- her interim term, should fied more clearly in the She is to be paid at the
but the board could call of the contract presented ions on: real property or fall within the scope of the contract that Tagert would end of each month's ser-
an emergency session as it to the board Friday, but bond validations and re- work she would do for the be expected to attend not vice as long as the contract
did for Friday's meeting. commissioners' amended lated bond work." board at the base amount only all meetings of the is in effect.

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We have ajewel in "EN E
Jackson Hospital
T A ith collection of small towns within its borders,
W Jackson County, with its estimated 50,000
V Vresidents, is among Floridas more slow-paced, PSYCfIATRIST
rural counties. To most of the folks who live here, that's a
plus. There are drawbacks as well, but with larger cities
within a short drive, many residents feel they're at once
close enough and far enough away.
But when you need medical attention, close is cer-
tainly better than distant.
We're immensely fortunate to have a medical facility
like Jackson Hospital located in our community. It has
served the people of Marianna and Jackson County for
many years, and we hope to have it serve us.for many
more, with additional facilities and treatment options.
Elsewhere on the opinion page today is a letter to resi-
dents from Jackson Hospital CEO Larry Meese, who has s t er
issued a plea to our readership to contact the office of Storytellerpreaches for math, sciencein digital age
Gov. Rick Scott to let him know that the facility is of the
utmost importance to the people of Jackson County. r nty-five years ago, a rising Isaacson, who turns 62 on May
The governor has the stpte budget for the upcoming star at Time magazine got on 20, is one of those achievers who
fiscal year before him, and the Florida constitution gives a train in NewYork bound make even industrious bees feel like
the governo the power to line-item veto, meaning he for Washington to hear one of his they've wasted too many hours flit-
can slash particular expenditures without vetoing the heroes give a lecture. ting around Facebook and the Food
entire budget. How quaint, I hear you saying, Channel.
Jackson Hospital has a couple of important project in with 21st-century impatience. Print. A Harvard grad and Rhodes
the balance- $8 million for an operating room renova- Train. Hero. Lecture. Ho hum. Scholar at Oxford, he was a political
tion and $3.4 million for repair to the hospital's aging Not so fast. The magazine man Marreporter, national editor and editor
electrical, air conditioning and generator systems. Los- was Walter Isaacson, then 36, who of new media before becoming the
ing that $11.4 million appropriation in the state budget had been writing on a computer days, eating hog's head cheese and editor of Time. He thenwas chair-
would devastate those improvement plans. since the early 1980s, the only writer sipping bourbon," said Isaacson. He man and CEO of CNN. He's the
We echo Meese's request and urge the people of Jack- at Time doing so. Apple's Steve Jobs was about 9 when Percy's first novel, author of bestselling biographies on
son County to contact the governor's office to ask him to would later ask him to write his "The Moviegoer," appeared in 1961. Jobs (2011), Albert Einstein (2007)
leave the Jackson Hospital appropriations intact. biography. But I'm getting ahead of That's when he realized someone and Benjamin Franklin (2003),
The most expeditious way to reach the the story. could make a living as a writer the among others.
governor is by email at http://www.flgov. Isaacson's hero was novelist way others did as an engineer or a In January 1984, Jobs lugged
com/contact-gov-scottlemail-the-governor/. Walker Percy, chosen to deliver the fisherman. an original Macintosh to Time
1989 Jefferson LectureIts sponsor, Percy told him two types of people magazine to show it off. The editors
Sthe National Endowment for the come out of Lbuisiana: preachers called in Isaacsonso they'd have
Another View Humanities, says the lecture is "the and storytellers. one person there who actually used
highest honor the federal govern- "For God's sake, he said, be a a computer. The two men kept in
N ment confers for distinguished storyteller. The world has far too touch and in 2003, after he was
intellectual achievement in the many preachers," Isaacson recalled diagnosed with cancer, Jobs. asked
humanities." onstage at the Kennedy Center on Isaacson to write his biography.
SPercy's lecture on "The San An- May 12 where he delivered the 43rd "I always thought of myself as a
Smajority of state legislators believe Florida has a dreas Fult in the ModernMind" Jefferson Lecture. humanities person as a kid, but I
Sneed for more speed on some highways. If Gov. was one of is last public appear- It's heartening to know that the liked electronics," Jobs told Isaac-
L Rick Scott agrees, it at least would be up to the ances. He died a year later at 74. federal government still honors son. "Then I read something that
Department of Transportation, not politicians, to decide Isaacson had known "Uncle intellectual achievement and one of my heroes, Edwin Land of
where, if any, such increases are justified. Walker" since his boyhood in New with an old-fashioned lecture and Polaroid, said about the importance
They should be few and far between. Orleans. Isaacson tried to figure $10,000 prize. It's encouraging of people Who could stand at the
Florida's highways have had a 70 mph maximum since out what Percy did. He had trained that the Concert Hall was nearly intersection of humanitiesand.
1996, but in its recently concluded session the Legisla- as a doctor and people called him filled, although a reporter for Inside sciences, and I decided that's what
ture passed a bill that would allow an increase on some Dr. Percy, but he didn't practice Higher Ed observed that the audi- I wanted to do." The authorized
stretches of road to 75 mph. The measure leaves it to medicine. ence may have been slightly smaller biography was rushed into print in
FDOT engineers to determine the safe minimum and "He seemed to be at home most and grayer than previously. 2011, days after Jobs died at 56.
maximum speed limits on all divided highways that
have at least four lanes. The highest levels should apply
exclusively to the long, boring stretches of interstates h
that have lowtraffic and limited.access nBenghazi probe didn't have to come to this
That means speed limits shouldn't increase on Inter-
states 4 and 95, which are heavily congested and already any Democrats have a terim report from majority Repub-
resemble scenes from "The Fast and the Furious." InI hard time understanding licans on the committee, released
fact, many drivers on those highways already exceed the e why Republicans want in February, found that the military
70 mph limit by more than 5 mph; it's.not unusual to to keep investigating the Sept. 11, response to Benghazi was severely
be forced to go 80 mph in the far right lane just to avoid 2012, terrorist attack in Benghazi, hampered because every signifi-
becoming a traffic cone to those motorists going much Libya. cant U.S. military asset was out of
faster. Some see the GOP trying to score position to respond on Sept. 11.
This is encapsulated in the "85 percentile" rule, widely partisan points for this November's Byr ork Nevertheless, the committee con-
used by traffic engineers to set the speed limit of a road midterms. Others see a plot to cByrnO cluded the Pentagon did everything
by determining the speed of 85 percent of the cars undermine Hillary Clinton's 2016 it could with what it had on that
that travel it. The idea is that roads are less dangerous prospects. Still others see Republi- of Sept. 11? Two, did the govern- ugly night. "The regional and global
when speed limits reflect real driving speeds. Research can psychosis, the Benghazi variant ment do everything it could to try force posture assumed by the mili-
suggests that motorists driving 10 mph slower than the of Obama Derangement Syndrome. to rescue the Americans who were tary on Sept. 11, 2012, limited the
prevailing speed are more likelyto be involved in an In fact, the Benghazi contro- under attack for seven and a half response," committee Republicans
accident. versy, rather than being an all-out hours? And three, did the Obama wrote.
However, speed is not unlimited. Unless they are pro- political war, is a limited conflict administration tell the straight Given that, the investigators said,
fessional race car or stunt drivers, most highway motor- in which some parts of the admin- story bout what happened? "meinbers have not yet discerned
ists don't drive as fast as they can; they drive what feels istration have cooperated with Responsibility for answering the any response alternatives that
most comfortable for the conditions. The 85 percentile Congress while others haven't. first and third questions fell heav- could have likely changed the out-
rulerelies on most drivers behaving rationally. Thus, the Republican sources on Capitol Hill ily on the State Department and come of the Benghazi attack."
theory goes, raising the speed limit from 70 mph to 75 say that in general, the Pentagon's the White House. In general, their Interviewing sources up and
mph won't result in most drivers increasing their speeds cooperation has been a model of response has been incomplete, down the chain of command,
a concurrent 5 mph or more; they simply will remain in how to deal with such an investiga- unreliable, confrontational and Republicans went over all the
their "comfort zone" of 75-80 mph. tion, while the State Depart r ent deeply frustrating for investigators military options that were activated
That relies on a trust in human nature that quite and White House have been models trying to piece together the Beng- or considered to aid the Americans
frankly is Seldom rewarded on most state highways. of what not to do. hazi puzzle. under attack: two FAST platoons of
Faster speeds not only can cause more accidents, they If the rest of the administration But responsibility for answering Marines in Spain; a group. called the
can result in more serious injuries. For example, Iowa had followed the military's ex- the second question, about the im- Commander's In-Extremis Force;
saw deaths on runiral stretches of interstates increase 10 ample, the Benghazi controversy mediate response to the attack, fell in Croatia; a special operations
percent when it raised the speed limit from 65 mph to 70 would likely be over by now. mostly to the Prntagon. And that unit ~ased in the U.S.;a fighter jet
mph in 2005. The probe started with three has been an entirely different story. flyover; an armed drone; and more.
In the interest of safety, Gov. Scott should happly the questions. One, was the U.S. The military side of the investiga-
brakes to this bill. If he signs the measure into law, state adequately prepared for possible tion was done mostly by the House Byron York is chief political correspondent for
highway officials should exercise their power judiciously tr9uble abroad oi the anniversary Armed Services Committee. The in- The Washington Examiner.
'and sparingly. Limit the higher speeds to the least-trayv-
eled roads, which should be few (such as stretches of
1-10 in north Florida). Closely monitor the results and Iottter se the Eoit
be p5r toreduce them if safety is compromised tose .w con
be prepaedto u e emw u snal, is pomao a se. Jackson County residents, hospital requests your help
News-Journal. Daytona Beach om Teanosia thealcatoe
The Florida legislature governor's office (http:// original andover 36 years these appropriations in
PUT YOUR FRIENDS ASIDE& adopted the 2014-2015 old. At all times, but the budget.
PAY ATTENTION TO YOUR PHONE. state budget May 2. gov-scott/email-the-gov- especially during natural Theserecent efforts are
Jackson Hospital is for- ernor/) as soon as pos- disasters, we are prepared another step in work-
tunately recognized with sible to share why these to serve you. The repair ing towards our vision
two line-item appropria- projects are important to to the power plant (e.g., of becoming the best
tions in the budget $8 you, the patients, the electrical system, air con- community healthcare
million for an operating hospital and the com- ditioning, and generator) system in the nation, with
room renovation and munity. ensures we can continue more than 500 employees
$3.4 million for an energy We believe the operat- to serve Jackson County's working to meet the mis-
plant repair, ing room renovation's residents, sion of providing excep-
Florida's constitution economic impact from The Jackson Hospital tional healthcare to every
provides line-item veto additional specialty sur- Board and staff strived patient every day.
authority for the gov- geons, sales revenue, and the last three years to The finish line is close,
ernor. That means the new jobs will be over $11 reach this exciting point. and we would like you to
governor can decide to million annually to the Additionally, state Rep. help us reach it. Thank
disapprove our specific community. With your Marti Coley and state Sen. you in advance for your
appropriations even if help, we can continue to Don Gaetz worked closely support.
he signs the overall state grow the economy and with us during that
Sbudget. Because we do enhance the health ser- time and demonstrated LARRY MEESE, CEO
b -TAHL~R. not know his intnttions, vices offered locally extraordinary leadership Jacksorn Hospital
_j1 @2014 Jeff stahier/Dist. by Universal UClick for UFS please contact the The power plant is and determination to get Marianna


In tiny Cortez, no mail delivery is no problem

The Associated Press
CORTEZ A few times Iherem Mn'tsee
a week 88-year-old Mary o ."
Green hops in her 2005
Honda and drives three Atlas Knight,
blocks to the post office. Cortez resident
She has to. There is no mail
delivery to her home. he said. "Back's been kind
In fact, no- one in the of bothering me lately."
historic fishing village of The post office is in a
Cortez population of small strip mall next to a
roughly 4,000 receives barbershop, restaurant
home mail delivery or has and laundry. Some resi-
a mail box. dents, like former APst-
"We like it that way," master Wyman Coarsey,
Green said. walk up for coffee at the
United States Post Office, restaurant and then check
Cortez, Florida, 34215, is their mail.
usually a busy place most "Sometinfes I see people
mornings. Residents walk here I wouldn't see other-
or take their cars or ride -wise, so it's kind of a social
their golf carts to pick up thing,"' resident Atlas Kight-
their mail. said.
The mail is kept locked She 'moved to Cortez in
up in one .of.1,318 small 1961 and believes the cur-
post office boxes. residents rent post office has been at
can access with a key. Until its present site since 1969.
the mid-1990s, the mail- She worked atthe Cortez THEASSOCIATEDPRESSPHOTOS
theFormer Postmaster and lifetime Cortez resident Wyman Coarsey, 89, drops by the Cortez Post Office to collect his mail. No one
boxes had combination post office for many years, in the historic fishing village population of roughly 4,000- receives home mail delivery or has a mail box.
locks, on them. retiring in 1989.
It is not unusual for small Green, Who, at 88, is she was a woman."
towns in Florida not to re- the oldestwoman living in Her parents, Bessie and
ceive home mail delivery, Cortez who was born there Joe, ran the post office!:
but it is not commonplace is well-known for her They also owned the Albi-
either. .historical knowledge of the on Inn, which is where the
Residents "say they like village. post office was.
'itthis way for several rea- The original post office It also moved to a house\
sons: it is a way to meet was built in 1895 and was across the street from the
socially, get exercise, check part of: what was called hotel for a time before
the neighborhood mes- "BrattonStore."Thatbuild- it-landed at its current
: sage board on the side the ing has been preserved in location. :
building and retain partof the village. "The post office was very
the village's rich history. Green said a man named important to us especially
They, also don't want "Henry Foreman used to during the war," Green
,-home mailboxes for safety carry mail back and forth said. "My aunt and uncle'
reasons. between Cortez and Bra- had five sons .nd all of'"
"I've heard lots of sto- denton ona one-seat horse them were in the service.
ries and seen people lose buggy. "We would get a letter
checks in mailboxes," resi- Green said the post office from one of them and say,
dent' Richard Culbreath moved to a fishing dock, 'OK, he's fine. Now which
said. "When you raise that but was destroyed by a one do we worry about
red flag, thats a telltale sign fierce hurricane in 1921. next?"'
and people will.comein. It then: was moved to a She remembers _attend-
."We've never had any grocery store owned by her ing Florida State College
mailboxes.Whenever there unclde, Thomas Fulford, for Women in the 1940s
is any talk about bringing until it was given to an 18- and sometimes receiving Cortez resident, Richad Culbreath, 80, looks over out the Cortez Village Bulletin board outside
them in we always say we year-old woman named several letters a day from the Cortez Post Office before getting his mail on his daily walk.
don't want them." Elizabeth Guthrie, who be- back home. Her friends
Culbreathis 80 andwalks camethe postmaster. thought she had a lot of frm a boy in Cortz who ningon driving herHonda has long been part of her
about a mile most days to "I think it was remark- boys trying to date her. had' a'crush on her but she to the post office to drop off history as well as the fish-
the post office on Cortez able,"' Green said. "She "Everyone thoughf I was never dated. He kept writ- a birthday card for her 10- ing village's history.
Road. "' was probably the youngest some hot chick," she said. ing her anyway. year-old great-grandson. 'And welike to kep our
"It's about all I can do," 'postmaster in Florida, and The letters were rea lly," On Friday she was plan- The Cortez post office 'history alive," she said.

Hinson wins Kirldand Award
Special to the Floridan tor. He is a leader in the chestra for seven Chipola
department, as well as a theatre productions in-
Richard Hinson, Assis- mentor to cluding "The Sound of
tant Professor of English faculty He Music" in March.
at Chipola College, has is always- Hinson and his wife
been nominated by his available to Mary havetwo.grown chil-
colleagues for the Kirkland confer with dren, Melissa and Michael,
Award .for Excellence ins t u d e n t s and two grandsons ages
Teaching. about their one and four. The family
The Kirkland Award Hinson research is active in the First Meth-
was established by broth- p a p e r s odist Church of Marianna
ers, J.R. Kirkland and Da- and essays. He tutors in where Hinson is praise
vids Kirkland, in honor of the Chipola ACE lab and band director.
.the late Willis Kirkland of a volunteer for special Kirkland Award include
Marianna. The award pro- pr ojects." pr current. faculty Joy Ree: cI
vides $1,000 to, the annual Hinson served on the (Georgia) Ashmore, Vikki erfl
recipient." Chicpola Governance Miltion, Dr. GinaMcAllister,
SHirfson has worked atthe Council, and is an ac- Robert Ivey, Join Everett,
college' Since 1999 teach-" tive member of both the Dr.Lou Cleveland; Dr. Rose
ing various English com- 'Council ofChipola Educa-' Cavin, Dr, David Hilton, i
position courses' in the tors and the Association of John Gardner, Stan Young; O
Literature and Language Florida Colleges. He also faculty emeriti Nancy ..
Division. He serves as a has served on the follow- Burns, Geraldine DeFelix,
Sjudge and provides writing ing college committees: Mary McClendon, Dr. Ste-
topics for the Literature/ Curriculum, Accountabil- phen Shimmel, Lee Shook,
Language Festival Writ- ity &.Planning, Theater, Kathryn Roberts, Brenda
ing Contest. He also helps Homecoming and Resi; Alford, Paul Huang, Peggy :
direct the :writing compe- dence Hall. Register, Charlene Lord, ""
tition for the' Freshman Hinson is a well-known Lonnie Keene, the late
Honors Award in English. musician who regularly Donald Holley; t4ie late Dr. -
The faculty, member plays' and sings with many Bill Brievogel, thelateDon
who nominated him, said, local bands. He plays often Adams, and-former'faculty a ,e n
-"Richard Hinson is an out- at college events, and has Dr. Cherry Ward, Jean Tay- '
standing English instruc- played guitar in the or- lor andDr. Robert Dunkle.

Film industry moves on n5ra Fa2miy4 nitry

without new tax incentives
The Associated Press "We rolled up our sleeves and dug deep
A and spent an entire year from the moment
MIAMI The future of Florida's film session ended last year on a grand educa-
and television industry is uncertain aifter tion campaign across the entire state," "
lawmakers failed to approve funding for a Winick said.
tax credit program that is broke. A study by the Motion Picture Associa-
That has studios looking at moving pro- tion of America concluded that Florida's
duction to other states with aggressive in- film inicentive program supported 87,870 tn-: mr_ aflflG" I
centive programs. jobs, $2.3 billioji in wages, and $7.2 bil- "A0 ,0 -
GrahamWinick,thecityofMiamiBeach's lion in economic spending; both through 07A 3rd ve '
film coordinator and a past president of production spending and added to.urism, 85 )52 2. 2 42''* -'
Film Florida, said it was disappointing over the last four years. (B 0,
when the Legislature didn't approve ad- Besides jobs for actors and film crews, M t
ditional funding last year, but industry the productions often spend money at * M
advocates were confident they could win gas stations, lumberyards, dry cleaners, ". a
over lawmakers during the recently con- hotels and restaurants. As for the impact '" M
cluded session, on tourism, a recent movie industry study ":!.
The incentive program, which was said that almost 20 percent of visitors said
supposed to run from 2010-16, has used viewing a movie or television series filmed
up the $296 million in tax credits it was in Florida contributed to their decision to
allocated., travel here.


Homestead trying to recover from housing crash

The Associated Press International.
Despite its ongoing
HOMESTEAD When struggles, Homestead was
the housing market ca- is the first spot in Southeast
reened off the cliff, Ca- :t Florida where D.R. Horton
ribe Homes Corp., one of resumed building after
Homestead's most promi- the crash. The company
nent local developers, shut has four housing develop-
its doors and liquidated ments underway there.
half-built communities "The need for new hous-
and vacant land to meet inginthe Miami-Dade area
obligations. along with the affordability
In March, a revived Cari- this market offers makes
be led by Fernando I. Mar- it a great combination for
tinez launched pre-con- us," D.R. Horton said in a
struction sales at Leeward statement.
Isles II, a single-family Lennar, which never
home community where completely stopped build-
the developer regained ing in Homestead during
control of 60 weed-covered the crash, has ratcheted up
lots. the pace of construction in
After years of sitting idle, its four active communi-
marring the ambience ties there. A key reason is
for neighbors in finished that the county has little
homes, the former straw- undeveloped land left.
berry fields, already outfit- Homestead is one of the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS few spts that has open
ted with utilities, are set to Constrution is underway at The Isles at Oasis & Vineyards on May 7 Homestead has been a laggard in the real estate recovery, spo
sprout new homes in com- battered by the double whammy of overbuilding and a trend toward closer-in living. spaces.
ing months, according to Lennar, which is listed
Martinez. proved shorter and shal- ended up in the hands of what's going on. There was townhouses. It already has on the New York Stock Ex-
"I'm trying to create af- lowerthanintheless-desir- investors who rented them a time they called Home- cashed out of most of its change and is one of the
fordable housiig, consid- able, outlying areas of the out, often under the fed- stead 'Deadstead.' There holdings there nation's largest builders,
eringthe lack of inventory county like Homestead. era government's voucher was nothing happening." "We saw it as an opportu- began building master
(for sale) and that prices As many neighborhoods program for low-income. Investors have poured nity to buy a lot of product communities in Home-
around Miami have been from South Beach to Brick- tenants into Homestead from near really cheap in good con- stead in the early 2000s
driven up," said Martinez, ell Avenue to Coral Gables With many people losing apd far to pick over the car- dition built by good build- and continued buying land
past residential president showed signs of revival, homes to foreclosure and casses of the housing bust. ers," said Arnaud Karsenti, throughout the crash.
of the Miami Association Homestead's *housing struggling with damaged Some pursued bulk sales 13th Floor's. managing Lennar bought a note
of Realtors and a principal prices sank and sank some credit profiles, demand for of'new homes, some went principal. "We were able from U.S. Century Bank
in FM Realty Corp. broker- more. rentals skyrocketed. after raw land, and some to buy way below replace- and in March initiated a
age and Caribe. Amid a mountain of fore- -"Section 8 isone strategy assembled portfolios of ment cost." foreclosure action against
Prices at Leeward Isles closures and abandoned that wasutilized during the single-family homes and 13th Floor sold some some 82 acres of Home-
II for a four7bedroom, properties, Homestead downturn and was fairly town houses one by one at land to Lennar and cur- stead farmland held by de-
two-bath home spanning could offer little to recom- viable," said George Cad- foreclosure auctions and renitly has an arrangement veloper Michael Latterner.
1,830 square feet start at mend it when prime loca- man III, chairman of ERA short sales. to sell lots on another tract "We've had an interest in
$179,900. That's about 33 tions in Miami could be South Dade Realty Inc., a In March, HFF's Turkell to D.R. Horton. In Decem- that property for quite
percent less than what a had at bargain prices. family-run brokerage that brokered a private equity ber 2012, 13th Floor sold some time. We're looking
comparable Caribe home "The A' locations came has operated in the arei fund's purchase of Palm a portfolio of 116lsingle- fdrward to acquiring and
was fetching there during back stronger and quicker for six decades. Even today, Breeze at Keys Gate, a for- family homes in Home- developing itt" said Carlos
the boom. than the'B'locations," said lists doz- mer Shoma Homes proj- stead, most of them near Gonzalez, Lennar's divi-
"People who want an af- Jaret Turkell, a managing ens of town homes and ect at 1140 SE 24th Road, Homestead Hospital, a sion president for South-
fordable home will come director at HFF in Miami houses for rent in ZIP in Homestead's ZIP 33035, key employer in the area. eastFlorida.
to Homestead," saidMarti- whohas handled bulk sales 33033, many of them new- that included 375 town- The buyerwas an Orlando The land at ll7tAvenue
nez,whose strategymirrors of homes in Homestead. erresidences. homes and 370 finished investor. and Southwest248th Street
giants like Miami-based "Homestead is definitely a The city never seems to lots. The sales price was "Homestead is a simple in ZIP 33032 is adjacent to
Lennar Corp. and Fort 'B'location." catch a break. In the wake .$40 millin. trade-off between location D.R. Horton's Hemingway
Worth-based D.R. Horton, Few the nation of Andrew, the storm-bat- Scottsdale, Ariz.-based and price, but the qual- Point development and
both of which are back can claimworse scars from tered Homestead Air Force Colony American Homes, ity is very nice.The homes next tovacant land owned
building in Homestead in the housing crash. Base was diminished to an a large real-estate invest- are very nice they're by Baptist Health South
a big way. Between 2003 and 2007, Air Force Reserve facility. In ment trust that buys and comparable to hores in Florida.
ItseemsthatHomestead's the median single-fam- 1993, the Cleveland Indi- rents homes, has rental areas that get more atten- "Wearereallyfirmbeliev-
trajectory was never des- ily home price in ZIP code ans, citing the town's bleak properties in several tion," said Karsenti, whose, ers in Homestead because
tined to be a straight line. 33033 in Homestead more post-hurricane environs, Homestead ZIP codes, in- company has moved on of the land constraints,"
Flattened by Hurricane than doubled to $255,000. reneged on plans to use its cluding 33032 and 33033. to co-developing luxury Gonzalez said. "We knew
AndrewinAugust 1992, the But by 2011, that median new baseball stadiim for Marching to a different high-rise condominiums Homestead would be great
rural community struggled had plunged 73 percent spring training. beat, Leonard Abess' Jr., at 1010 Brickell Ave. and even in the darkest mo-
for years to get on track. to bottom at $68,000, ac- -Last year, Homestead a wealthy, retired Miami 400 Sunny Isles with Key ments of 2009."
Fifteen years later, a cording to an analysis of drew an embarrassing banker, has been buying
speculative homebuilding state and county data by spotlight when its mayor, farmland arotnd Home- ExpertJew elry Repair
boom on cheap farmland the Miami Herald and The Steve Bateman, was in- stead and keeping it in
in the far reaches of Mi- Florida Center for Investi- dicted and suspended on agricultural use. Not many Cor e See,
ami-Dade County turned gative Reporting. In 2013, corruption charges. He is others, however, seem fo-
into a spectacular bust. the median single-fam- awaiting trial. cused on preservation.
In sunny orchards and ily home price soared to till, the housing market Miami-based 13th Floor
fields that once produced $152,000, skewed by sales is slowly coming back, as nvestments, a real-estate
strawberries, tomatoes of newly built homes in rising prices in closer-in inxestment firm, swept
and okra, new housing de- the area butstill off sharply communities like Kend- into Homestead in 2008
velopmentsstalledhalfway from its high. all force house-hunters and scoopedup distressed EW.ELERS
through construction. The median price of a to weigh the trade off of a land, fractured commu-
Hard-hit, homebuyers townhouse in ZIP code longer commute for a nicer nities and bulk' sales of 432 tafyette Street 526-5488 www.smithandsmithonlineom
walked away from con- 33033 plunged 76 percent house at a cheaper price single-family homes and
tracts or surrendered to from its peak to bottom at "This place is dramati-
foreclosure as property $47,000 in '2010. By 2013, cally better than it was a 'NOTICE OF DELINQUENT
values nose-dived. Vacan- it had climbed to $90,000, year and a half ago," said PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES
cies ran rampant. still less than half its frothy veteran broker Cadman as
In the beach-side and top. he 'drove his convertible As provided by Section 197.402 Florida Statutes, notice is hereby given that tangible
hih-end neighborhoods, When the housing cri- along a stretch of Home personalproperty taxesassessed for 2013 ae now delinquent and beginning April
Miami-Dade's historic sis tightened its grip, new stead, with groves to the 1, 2013 such taxes are accruing interest at the rate of 18% per annun, plus the pro-
housing crash was brutal houses and town houses left and townhomes on the portionate cost of publishing this notice. Unless the amount set opposite each name
enough, but the downturn in projects like Waterstone right. "I'm optimistic about below is paid, the Tax Collector, puirsuant to Section 197.413, shall apply to the Circuit
Court for an order directing levy upon and seizure of the personal property for unpaid
taxes, advertising, penalties and other cost. The names of delinquent tangible per-
sonal property taxpayers and the amount of taxes, including the cost of advertising

Fi Tax Collector, Jackson County
po ment ridatejs fore Aand two month's interest are as follows:
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P-0010000 $448.95
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James & Sikes burial will be in Riverside Presbyterian and Friendly day, May 16, 2014 in Ma- ed Ruth in death. 2014 at his residence.
Funeral Home Cemetery, on Monday,' Road Baptist churches, and rianna, Florida, her home She is survived by her He was a native and life-
Maddox Chapel May 19, 2014. James & multiple elementary sch- for over 70 years. three children William E. long resident of Jackson
4278 Lafayette Street Sikes Funeral Home Mad- ools throughout the She was born in Liberal, (Billy) Sherfel, Ruth (Rob- County. Albert served as a
Marianna, Fl32446 doxChapel directing. Greensboro Public School Missouri, April 18, 1918, ert) Bass, and Dr. Joseph Staff Sergeant in the Flori-
850.482.2332 Family will receive system. daughter of John 0. and Thomas (Georganne) Sher- da National Guard. In 1995
http://www.jamesand friends from 4-6 pm Sun- She is survived by her Nellie Burson, from Mt. rel, and grandchildren he retired from the State of day, May 18, 2014 at James husband of 63 years, Ho- Vernon, Missouri. She and John Burson Sherrel, Victor Florida Division of Recrea-
& Sikes Funeral Home ward Hoyt Price, Colfax; her husband, Wendell E. (Sarah) Sherrel, Brooks tion & Parks. He was a
illl N Maddox Chapel. daughter, Paula Farr of Ra- (Bill) Sherrel made their Sherrel, great-grandson member of Trinity Baptist
WV'liaml N. In lieu of flowers, contri- leigh; daughter, foan Keele home in Marianna, FL, Owen Sherrel, and step- Church for more than 17
Jordan butions may be made to (Bernie) of Blowing Rock; coming during World War grandson Jess Glenn. She is years.
the American Legion and grandsons, Bryan Farr II, and remaining to be- also survived by her broth- Albert was preceded in
William N. "Bill" Jordan Smith-Kelly Post 100, or to and Clayton Farr of Ra- come strong members of er Gerye (Mary Pat) Burson death by his brother, Carl
88, of Marianna, died Fri- Covenant Hospice, 4215 leigh. the community and the of Blue Springs, Missouri, Eugene Smith and two in-
day, Ma 16, 2014 at his Kelson Ave. Suite E, Ma- A memorial service was First Presbyterian Church. sister-in-law Jane Burson fant brothers; two sisters,
residence with his wife and rianna, FL. held on Sunday,ay y 18, She and Bill were mar- of Aurora, Missouri, plus Mary Elizabeth Baker and
three daughters at his side. Expressions of sympathy 2014 at River Landing. A ried on October 23, 1938 in numerous nephews, nieces Bessie Ruth McPherson.
Bill was born in Panama may be made online at http graveside service will be Tulsa, Oklahoma, living and their families. Survivors include his
City, F and grew up in ://www.jamesandsikesfune held at 10:00 am on Wed- first in Missouri and Mis- A memorial service will wife, Mable Stephens
Croby, AL. He was part nesday, May 21, 2014 atthe sissippi for a few years be- be held on Sunday, May-18 Smith; two sons, Stephen
manager for 25 years at Forbis andDick Greenwood First Baptist fore coming to Marianna. at 2:00 PM at the First Pres- Larry Smith and wife, Beth,
Harrison Chevrolet, service Guilford Chapel Church Cemetery in They remained there until byterian Church in Marian- of Chattahoochee, Chuck
m rfor seven years at 5926W. Friendly Ave. Greenwood, Florida. their deaths, where both na, Florida, with a recep- Smith and wife, Cindi, of
manager for seven years at 5926 W. Friend In lieu of flowers, memo- were involved in commun- tion following the service. Marianna; three grandchil-
Hopkins Pontiac and was Greensboro, NC 27410 rial gifts may be made to ity affairs. Although Ruth James & Sikes Funeral dren, four great-grand-
Higway atrol eet man (336) 299-9171 the Alzheimer's Associa- had worked in a bank in Home Maddox Chapel di- children and one great-
ager for 11 years at the tion Western Carolina Missouri, she became a full recting. great-grandchild.
Florida Department of Roberta Bryan Chapter, 3800 Shamrock time devoted mother, stay- Inlieu of flowers, remem- Funeral services will be
Vehicles when he retired. Price Drive, Charlotte, NC 28215; ing very involved in her brances may be made to at 2 pm, Monday, May 19,
He has lived the last 60 or Cure Alzheimer's Fund, children's school and com- the First Presbyterian 2014 at Trinity Baptist
years in Jackson County, 34 Washington St., Suite munity activities. When the Church, 4437 Clifton Church in Marianna with
yearns an avid freshwater 200, Wellesley Hills, MA youngest son, Tom left Street, Marianna, Fl. 32446- Rev. Roland Rabon and E.
and was an avidfreswater 02481. home for college, son John 3436 or Jackson Hospital L. Howell officiating: Burial
ber of First Baptist Church Forbis and Dick Guilford was beginning his ,con- Foundation, P.O. Box 1608, will follow in Dykes Ceme-
for more than 20 years, and Chapel in Greensboro, NC struction business in Ma- Marianna, Fl. 32447. tery in Grand Ridge with
heseedas a Deacon in and James and Sikes- rianna, and she went to Expressions of sympathy James & Sikes Funeral
hBait Csrv es or meaon in Maddox Chapel in Marian- work with him. She contin- may be made online at http Home Maddox Chapel di-
than 62 years. Bill was a na, FL., are assisting the ued her volunteer work ://www.jamesandsikesfune recting. The family will re-
WWII veteran and was family of Mrs. Price. On- with the Jackson Hospital ceive friends at the church,
honored to serve in the line condolences may be Auxiliary, the Marianna one hour prior to funeral
U.S. Navy. offered at Women's Club, and the ames & Skes services.
Bill is survived by his First Presbyterian Church. Funeral Home In lieu of flowers, memo-
wife of more t During this time, she was a Maddo apel rial contributions may be
Louise Nichols Jordan; Roberta (Robbie) Bryan James &Sikes member of the Thursday 4278Lafayette Street made to Trinity Baptist
Funeral Home Marianna, F132446
three daughters, Sonia Jew- Price died May 10, 2014 at Maddox Chapel afternoon bridge club, M8arina,132 Building Fund or Covenant
ell, arol ron and hus- River Landing, Colfax, which had several mem- h 850.482j2332 Hospice, 4215 Kelson Ave.
band Charles, An North Carolina after a long 4278 Lafayette Street bers who played together http//www.aesand Suite E, Marianna, FL.
Renken and husband illness. Marianna, F32446 for over 60 years Expressions of sympathy
Sall f Tal e She was born on born Ju- It was at the church that maybe made online at http
one sister, Miriam Fiveash ly 17, 1927 in Jacksonville, http//www.jamesand she began another career Albert ://www.jamesandsikesfune
and Florida to George W. and as aneinspiration. W shiano
and husband, Tom of Ma- lorida to George W. and as an inspiration to many Washington
rianna; mother-in-law Lucille Bryan: Robbie members with a ladies ex- W
Grady Lou Nichols of earned degrees from Car- Ruth Delores ercise class. She taught the Smith, Jr.
son Newman University in class for many years, re-
Blountstown; sixgrandchil- so Newman iversin n Burson Sherrel ,sulting in a video being
dren, Crystal Collins, Carrie piano performance and
Collins, Michael Brown, early childhood education produced for the members
ordan Renken, andJustin from Florida State Univer- to use. Her commitment to
Jordan Renken, and Justin jHi. ir *i lM
Renken all of Tallahassee, sity. She was a member of her children, her family,
Meredith Brown McNa- Alpha Delta Kappa sorority and community helped
mara and husband, Peter for women educators. maintain her interest in
of Hoboken, NJ; one great Next to her faith and fam- life. She became an Elder Artistic Designs Unim
grandchild, Lillian Jane ily life, teaching young chil- in the church, worked on Artistic Designs Unimited Inc.
McNamara. dren to read and instilling a the 'Bicentennial Cook Your Local Florist and Gifts
MServics will beat 11 am passion for learning was Book Committee, and con- 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna
Monday, May 19, 2014 at one of the great joys of her tinued the exercise class,
First Baptist Church of Ma- life. Her teaching career of well into her 90's.
rianna with Rev. Luther more than 30 years in Her husband Wendell E. Michael's Toggery
Pumphrey and Dr. Mark Greensboro included kin- Sherrel, and two children, Albert Washington Funeral Appropriate Attire
LonPu y and vatk dergarten classes at Ruth Delores Burson Jeanne Ann and John Smith, Jr., of Marianna 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna
Long officiating. Private awndale Baptist, First Sherrel passed away on Fri- Burson Sherrel, Sr. preced- died Saturday, May 17, 850-482-8647

Group trying to map giant cypress trees Atomic bomb

The Associated Press the first successful ascent Finding Corkscrew's gi- the forest for six hours; su Vivors addreSS
of Mount Everest in 1953, ants is not easy. they covered almost 5
NAPLES This was and Apollo 11 astronauts When surveying an open miles on their nonlinear
one big tree, a giant even Neil Armstrong, Buzz Al- area such as a coral reef, course. When they walked Wt f
among the giants of Cork- drin and Michael Collins. researchers can simply wearily out into Cork-
screw Swamp Sanctuary Phase 1 of the Cork- run transects, a series of screw's North Marsh, they
- the massive bald cy- screw expedition is find- straight lines, and count were about onq linear mile The Associated Press leave her.
press tree's lowest branch ing, mapping and mea- whatever organisms from their starting point. "We saw streams of
was as big as a mature live suring giant cypress trees they're interested in. For the day, they discov- KEYWEST- Survivors people, streamsof ghost-
oak. in Corkscrew's 800-acre But Corkscrew's cypress ered six giant trees, rang- of the atomic bomb- ly people burned,
Just the kind of tree Mike forest, which represents 2 forest doesn't have any ing from 18.2 to 20.2 feet ings on Japan are shar- blackened," she said.
Knight and Ralph Arwood percent of the cypress for- straight lines; it's a tangled in circumference; to date, ing their experience at a "When darkness came,
were looking for recently: est that once covered the mass of living and dead the project team, which home of the U.S. presi- we sat on the hillside
The two men are in the region, vegetation. includes several other dent who authorized the and we watched the city
first phase of an Explorers For Phase 2, researchers Instead of transects, volunteers who are not af- attacks. burn."
Club expedition to study will climb some of the gi- Knight and Arwood em- filiated with The Explorers The 1945 bombings of Yasuaki Yamashita,
giant bald cypress trees ants and document every ployed the roaming- or Club, has discovered 49 gi- Hiroshima and Nagasaki who was 6 when his
at Corkscrew, the largest living organism from the creeping-line technique: ant trees. About 200 acres were being explored in a home was destroyed in
old-growth bald cypress canopy to the ground. Using GPS as a guide, of the-sanctuary remain to weekend symposium Nagasaki, said he spent
stand in the world; the "The reason The Ex- they hiked through the be explored. at the Harry S. Truman decades hiding his
sanctuary's average old- plorers Club took inter- forest looking for giant "Out here, you can get Little White House in background because of
growth cypress tree is 11 est in this expedition is trees until their path was the idea of these ancient KeyWest. discrimination against
to 12 feet in circumfer- that you can look ... on blocked by impenetrable trees as an integral part Two survivors of the survivors.
ence; giant trees are 17 to Google Earth and see the vegetation or water, then of the ecological commu- bombings opened the He moved to Mexico
23 feet. whole canopy, but you changed directions and nity," Knight said. "This Truman Legacy Sympo- andkepthis background
Knight, regional direc- can't see the trees for the walked until their path is the remnant of a once slum on Friday telling a secret from all but a
tor ofThe Explorers Club's forest," Knight said. "It's was blocked again. huge, magnificent forest. those gathered about few close friends until
Florida Chapter, and possible nobody has ever "We don't know where' It's a treasure for us, part experiencing the devas- 1995, when a friend's
Corkscrew volunteer Ar- walked through here. the trees are, so we weave of our cultural and eco- tation as children. son asked him to speak
wood measured the tree's There are still blank spots through the forest in the logical heritage." Setsuko Thurlow, who at his university. He re-
circumference at 20.2 on the map, and here's general direction we want Five giant trees, includ- was 13 when Hiroshima fused, then gave in and
feet, which would make one of them in our own to go," Knight said. "When ing one with a 23-foot was bombed, recalled delivered a presentation
it about 700 years old; in backyard." we see a tree that might circumference, can be her rescue from a col- on his experience.
other words, the tree was Corkscrew's cypress for- be big enough, we throw a seen from the Corkscrew lapsed building before "When I finished,
growing in Corkscrew dur- est is 5,000 years old, but tape measure around it." Sanctuary boardwalk and classmates were burned my suffering started
ing the Black Death in Eu- the oldest trees are 700 It was tough going, are part of the sanctuary's alive inside it. She re- disappearing," he said.
rope and when Joan ofArc years old because a fire climbing or tripping over Landmark Trees project, called seeing a blue- "If we don't tell what
was burned at the stake. burned nearly all of South fallen logs, crawling under through which visitors white flash and then happened in Naga-
"That's a fun tree," Ar- Florida 700 years ago. low branches, crashing can learn about each tree's hearing the voices of saki and Hiroshima,
wood said. "I like that "There are old histori- through thick vegetation, history and its ecological her classmates beg- it could happen again
tree." cal accounts about giant banging shins on cypress role. ging for help in' the col- anywhere."
Founded in 1904, The cypress trees out here knees, being scraped and "This is pristine wilder- lapsed building. She was Now nuclear disar-
Explorers Club is an in- that tower 150 high, mea- cut by the thorns of Smi- ness," Corkscrew spokes- trapped beneath boards mament advocates, the
ternational society that sure 20 feet in girth and lax vines, and being bled woman Beth Preddy said. but pulled free from the two survivors are part
promotes field research are 700 years old," Knight by mosquitoes and deer "It's an ancient forest just rubble, but said about of presentations con-
and the exploration of said. "We want to find how flies. 30 miles from the beach, 30 other girls were not tinuing through Sunday
land, sea, air and outer many there are and where Arwood, who has been and people can experience so lucky. that include Truman's
space. they are. We're looking at a nominated for mem- it as an ancient forest, and She ultimately fled grandson Clifton Tru-
Explorers Club mem- snapshot in time, a piece bership in The Explor- get to know the awesome- the city on foot, but man Daniel, who is
bers have included Ed- of old Florida that has ex- ers Club, and Knight ness of these monumental the sights of what she writing a book on the
mund Hillary, who led isted for centuries." zigged andzagged through landmark trees." passed will never bombings.



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Weary crews prepare for long wildfire season

The Associated Press vent fires from returning.
Kushen, who was work-
ESCONDIDO, Calif. ing his 10th straight day
Firefighters scoured and was nearly 27 hours
charred hillsides north into his shift as his team
of San Diego on Satur- prepared to go rest at a ho-
day to guard against a re- tel, saw between 15 and 20 .
surgence of flames that destroyed houses or 6ther
ripped through the region, structures while combing
while the last of tens of the hills in and around
thousands of evacuees San Marcos for smoke and
prepared to return home. smoldering brush.
For those battling a series San Marcos, a suburb
of blazes for days, the re- of 85,000 people where
lief was mixed with a sense strip malls and new hous-
of dread that drought- ing tracts mix with older
sapped vegetation, high homes, slowly returned
temperatures and low hu- to normal as more road-
midity portend a long fire' blocks were removed.
season ahead. "It's such a wonderful
The California Depart- blessing to be back," Ja-
ment of Forestry and Fire mie Williams said -:s he
Protection has responded unloaded three bags of
to 'more than 1,500 fires clothing from his car that
this year, compared with he took when ordered
about 800 during an aver- to evacuate Wednesday THEASSOCIATED PRESS
age year. night. "t was almost a Two firefighters discuss a strategy change while fighting a wildfire from the backyard of a home Thursday in San Marcos,
"Normally, I dont even teary-eyed kind of thing." California. Gusty winds failed to return Thursday in San Diego County wildfire areas, and authorities said it was a window of
Normally, I don't even teary-eyed kind of thing. opportunity to make further gains against flames that have charred thousands of acres and burned homes.
put wildfire gear in my Many evacuations have
vehicle until the end of been lifted, including
April. This year I never some Saturday, but it was
took it out," said Kirk uficlear when all would
Kushen, battalion chief of be allowed to return to
the Kern County Fire De- their homes, said Kendal
partment, at a base camp Bortisser, a spokesman
in Escondido. "We never for the California Depart-
really completed the 2013 ment of Forestry and Fire
fire season. It's been a Protection.
continuation." A strike team from Yolo
At least 10 fires span- County in Northern Cali-
ning 39 square miles have fornia walked hillsides
carved a destructive path to ensure that nothing
through San Diego Coun- within 100 feet of homes
tysince Tuesday, destroy- could ignite, a final -step,,
ing 11 houses, an 18-unit before allowing residents ,
apartment complex and to return.
two businesses. A badly "This is a last effort to
burned body was found in make' sure everything is
a transient camp, and one nice and cool," said Capt.
firefighter suffered heat Cess Mercado of the Uni- Every time a home or business
exhaustion. versity of California Da- completes an energy-efficient upgrade, it
The first blaze was, vis, Fire Department who w 9 translates to greater energy savings for the
caused by a spark from typically doesn't come to individual customer, as well as the community.
construction equipment, Southern California to as- S ca. bck
according to state officials, sist with firefighting until See how much you can save with cash back
but it could take months late August. on heating and cooling equipment, window
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brush to it. Taylor of the Paso Robles
Ocean breezes and low- Fire Department in central
er temperatures Saturday California usually doesn't
aided, firefighters, who leave home until late July
focused on a 1,000-acre to assist other agencies
blaze on the Camp Pend- during the fire season.
leton Marine base and a Hewasdispatched to the
4-square-mile blaze that Los Angeles area in Janu-:
started. in the suburb of ary and led a crew that be-
San Marcos. gan work near San Diego
""Firefighters doused re- on Thursday.
maining hot spots with "There' hasn't been a
hoses and water-filled break," Taylor said, as he
backpacks,. sawed. large ate lunch on a shaded tree
logs and raked soil with while on orders to be ready
shovels and other hand to move on three minutes'
to6ols to ensure the ground notice. "It's almost a 12-
was moist enough to pre- month fire season."

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SHS Track

Sneads track coach praises team's performance

BYDUSTIN KENT season, which also included a sprinters using the football field district championship and a sec- instead and distance runners
ond-place finish at regionals. having to take to the streets to
The Sneads High School track "I just want people to see that work on improving their times.
team finished off a banner sea- what these kids have done is not The team used a makeshift
son earlier this month with a trip just go out and run arace, it's that sand pit to use for long and high
to Jacksonville for the 1A state they've done it while being faced jump practice, though McDan-
meet where the Pirate boys team with a lack of equipment and a iel said it didn't give her athletes
took ninth overall and brought lack of training, a lack of basic much of an approximation for
home 13 total medals. necessities," she said. "It's like the real thing they saw in official
That they did it without the a football team without helmet competitions.
facilities and equipment that and pads. You just can't practice "We had a few starting blocks
many of the 74 schools many -without those things. Yeah, you this year for the first time, but we
private they competed against can get someone else's equip- don't have anything else unless
made the accomplishment all ment and play a game, but if we go to another facility to train
the more impressive. you're not practicing with them and that's very difficult because
Sneads coach Linda McDan- then you're not getting the full most of these kids don'tdrive
ieLsaid that, given the obstacles effect. That'swhat we faced." their own vehicles," she said.
that the team had to overcome, The school doesn't have a track PHOTOBY JENNIFER BASFORD
she couldn't be prouder of the for the team to practice on, with See TRACK, Page 4B The Sneads High School Pirates track team.,


Tigers turn up competition in Week 2

dkent@jcfloridan .com

After a week of getting every-
one back up to speed and back
into shape, Graceville coach Ty
Wise used the second week of
spring practice to give his play-
ers a chance to earn -
and carve out their own niche for
the Tigers going into the summer
and fall.
The coach did that by divid-
ing his team in two, creating an
"Orange Team" and a "White
Team" and having the separate
squads compete against other
in a variety of drills and scrim-
mages this week in practice,
with Wise saying the response
has been exactly what he hoped
"This entire week has been
devoted to competition. Pretty
tnuch every practice has-revolved,
around creating competition be-
tween offensive and defensive
units," he said. "It's been a really
productive week for us. They've
really enjoyed it."
The players competed in sev-
eral drills, including variations
of the famed Oklahoma Drill
whereby players try to win one-
on-one contact battles in close
spaces, with multiple drills per
day and a scoring system for
each with incentives to win each
The competition extended to
three separate scrimmages, with
the coach saying each provided
a chance to see which players
were ready for the challenges of
varsity football.
See TIGERS, Page 4B Quarterback Preston Nichols readies to pass the ball to a running back during practice Friday in Graceville.

GRMalone winwms again

at Optimist Park

BY SHELIA MADER top of the first, but a strikeout
Floridan Correspondent ended the inning with Martin
on second.
For the second time in a week; Rotary plated its only run
the Malone Ozone went to in the bottom of the frame on
Marianna and came away with back-to-back walks to Sterling
a victory after defeating Rotary Crumper and Gage Bannermma,
6-2 Thursday evening at Opti- with Crumplerscoringona sit-
mist Park. ,gle by Pittman to make it 1-0.
SWilton Pittman tolok the loss : Malone had consecutive two-
for Rotary, giving up six runs on out walks to Aden Archibald
five hits, three walks, and seven and Jaheim Jackson in the sec-
strikeouts through four innings, ond inning, but again Pittman
with Tanner Spooner striking struck out the next batter to get
out the side in one inning of out of the jam.
relief. Grant Williams took one for
Jarrod Southwell picked up the team in the bottom of the
the win for Malone, giving uip second with one out, but a pair
KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDA one run on three walks, two hit of strikeouts left him stranded
im Ray putts on the green Friday at the J.C. Cattleman's Association batters, and only one hit while at second.
Annual Golf Tournament at Indian Springs Golf Club in Marianna. Ray's striking out six in five innings of Malone took a 2-1 lead in the
f work. third inning, as AUstin Stephens
friends, Matt Fuqua, left, and Terry Kelly and Don Hughes, right, look on to Malone's Trent Martin had a
see where the ball will stop. two-out single to threatenin the See MALONE, Page 4B

)su i sm-



Like a year ago, Pacers face Heat in East finals

The Associated Press Washington Wigards from Once the playoffs began, series and multiple games.
the East semifinals in six Hibbertgot offto a terrible We had a tough finish to
WASHINGTON games with a 93-80 vic- start three zero-point the regular season, which
Through all of it the tory Thursday night. No. outings in a four-game I think is going to prepare
late-season swoon, the 2 Miami advanced a night span and Indiana fell us for a tough, tough series
questions about team earlier by finishing off behind 3-2 in their open- against Miami," West said.
unity, the deficits in the the Brooklyn Nets in five ing series against Atlanta, "In terms of Xs and Os, we
first two playoff rounds games. TheWest finals also then lost Game 1 at home know who they are, they
this is what Paul George pit the top two seeds, with against Washington. know who we are. It's go-
and the Indiana Pacers No. 1 San Antonio against After getting outscored ing to come down to the
wanted. No. 2 Oklahoma City. by 23 and outrebounded details, and who's going
All along, this is where "We'll enjoy the plane by 39 in a Game 5 home to be able to impose their
they were sure they could ride home, and we'll start loss to Washington, the will, particularly on the
be. preparing tomorrow," Pacers came out strong defensive end."
And now Indiana gets its said Pacers forward Da- in Game 6, building a 16- Pacers coach Frank Vo-
rematch against LeBron vid West, who scored 29 THEASSOCIATEDPRESS point lead shortly after gel was asked what he told
James and the two-time points Thursday. "Obvi- Indiana Pacers forward David West reacts to the team's halftime. his players in the locker
defending NBA champion ously, (the Heat are) a 93-80 victory over the Washington Wizards in Game 6 in And yet Indiana started room after getting past
Miami Heat in the Eastern different animal. We're Washington on Thursday. The Pacers advanced to the Eastern to struggle again, eventu- the Wizards.
Conference finals, going to have to change Conference finals, ally trailing 74-73 with 8V2 "I kept it short," Vogel
"We know what's up some things, change our with them," Wizards for- about internal rifts and minutes leftwhen Bradley said. "BasicallywhatI said
ahead, what's next," scheme defensively. Of- ward Drew Gooden said. All-Star center Roy Hib- Beal ripped a rebound out was, 'Everything's behind
George said.. "It wasn't fensively, We've got to be "They're playing elite bas- bert's public complaint of Hibbert's hands and hit us.' Like I said when we
pretty, but we got it done." able to deal with their ketball in spurts, and then about "selfish dudes." a 3-pointer at the other started the playoffs: '33-7
The Pacers pushed the pressure. So we'll start on they're playing average Still, West insisted: "We've end. is behind us, means noth-
Heat to seven games a all that tomorrow." basketball in spurts." neverlostconfidenceinour From there, though, Indi- ing. How we struggled
year ago, and they'll re- In many ways, the se- By Jan. 20, the Pacers ability to win tough games ana ramped up its defense down the stretch, took
sume the rivalry Sunday ries-ending win at Wash- hadwon 33 of their first 40 against tough, tough bas- what it really leans on a lot of criticism, means
in Game 1 at Indianapolis. ington was a microcosm games. By March 3, they ketball teams. The stretch when times are tough nothing.'That's behind us.
The teams split their four of Indiana's season: ter- were 46-13.. Then they we had, probably the last and allowed only two field This is. where we wanted
regular-season meetings. rific start; a bobble; find- started slipping, going 10- two weeks of the season goals the rest of the way. to be the Eastern Con-
Indiana, the East's No. ing a way to get by. 13 the rest of the regular ... we were trying to regain "We've had our back ference finals and having
1 seed, eliminated the "It's a roller coaster ride season, amid speculation our footing." against the wall in multiple a chance to move on."

Sterling says he won't pay fine

The Associated Press

Donald Sterling's lawyer
has written the NBA stat-
ing the owner of the Los
Angeles Clippers does
not intend to pay the $2.5 v
million fine imposed by
the league for racist com-
ments, a person with
knowledge of the letter's
contents said.
Sports Illustrated first
reported the letter from
Maxwell Blecher. The
contents were confirmed
by the person who spoke
to The Associated Press
S THEASSOCIATED PRESS n the condition of
San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker (9) drives against anonymity.
Portland Trail Blazers' LaMarcus Aldridge (12) during Game 4 Blecher, a prominent',
in Portland, Ore., on Monday. antitrust attorney, ac- THEASSOCIATED PRESS
knowledged sending a In this Feb. 25, 2011, file photo, Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling looks on during
Parker has G rade letter but would not dis- the first half ofa game against the Los Angeles Lakers in LosAngeles. Sterling could use law-
s ra cuss its contents Friday. yersand lawsuits to challenge the NBA's plan to force him out over recent racist comments,
NBA Commissioner but legal experts say the league would likely prevail in the end.
Adam Silver banned Ster-
hastri tear ling for life and imposed also says the controversy which Donald Sterling CNN. "I don't think that's
the fine following the re- "will be adjudicated," ac- signed as controlling the answer."
lease late last month of a cording to the report. owner of the Clippers, Sterling also said he was
The Associated Press miss a game because of it, recording in which Ster- The person who spoke gives its board of gov- not a racist and apolo-
but the discomfort defi- ling makes racist remarks. to the AP said that if Ster- ernors broad latitude gized for the comments,
Breathe easy, San Anto- nitely limited effectiveness Silveralso called on own- ling doesn't pay the fine, in league decisions, in- whichhe made to a female
nio. It looks as ifTony Park- as the series wre on. He ers to oust Sterling from the league could with- cluding who owns the companiori. The record-
er is going to be just fine. was 9 for 35 in the last two the league, which would hold $2.5 million from the teams. Article 13 (d) of ing of their conversation
Parker has a Grade 1 games, including 3 for 12 require a three-fourths Clippers when disbursing the constitution says that was posted to
strain of his left hamstring, for 10 the Game 7 vote amongtheleague's 29 money to teams. an otvner cannot "fail or on April 25 and drew im-
the least severe level of the loss at Miami. other controlling owners. The league's Advisory/ refuse to fulfill" contrac- mediate condemnation.
injury and he is listed as But Parker told the San "We regard the dispute Finance Committee met tual obligations to the Players threatened to
day-to-day, the Spurs an- Antonio Express-News between Sterling and the via conference call as NBA "in such a way to af- boycott league games
nounced Thursday. that his latest injury wasn't NBA to be a private mat- recently as Tuesday, ac- fect the Association or its and several sponsors sus-
The team had the day off as serious as the one that ter," Blecher said. "We do cording to league spokes- members adversely." pended their relationship
after eliminating the Port- bothered himlast June. not intend to have a trial man Mike Bass. Sterlinghas saidhe does with the Clippers. After
land Trail Blazers in Game "It's OK; not too bad," in the press." "The committee dis- not want to sell the Clip- Silver's quick rebuke in
5 of the Western Confer- Parker told the newspaper. Blecher said he has cussed the recent media pers. His estranged wife, the days following the re-
ence semifinals Wednes- "Not as bad as the NBA known Sterling since appearances by Donald Shelly, has said she'd like cording's release, many of
daynight, butParkercame Finals. NBA Finals was a the early '80s, when he Sterling andShelly Sterling, to keep her stake in the the sponsorsreturned.
in to get an MRI exam of Grade 2. This one is Grade helped resolve a dispute receivedupdates onthehir- team even if her husband But the issue remains
the injury that caused him 1. So should be fine for that allowed the Clippers ing of Dick Parsons as the is ousted. contentious. Star for-
to miss the entire second Monday." to move from San Diego Los Angeles Clippers inter- In a recent interview ward LeBron James said
half of the clincher. The Spurs will host Game to Los Angeles. Sterling im CEO and on his meet- with CNN's Anderson Monday that he under-
Just as the Spurs ap- 1 of the Western Confer- has owned the Clippers ing yesterday with Clippers Cooper, Sterling cast stands it may take time,
peared to be finding their ence finals on Monday since 1981. employees, and reviewed doubt on going to court but he wants Sterling out
playoff legs and asserting against Oklahoma City, Sports Illustrated re- the status ofthe charge for if the NBA governors ul- of the NBA.
themselves as the team to which beat the Los Ange- ported that the letter to termination of the Clip- timately do vote to force The Clippers were
beat in the powerful West- les Clippers in Game 6 on NBA executive vice presi- pers' ownership," he said in him out. eliminated from the NBA
ern Conference, Parker's Thursday night to win the dent and general counsel abriefstatement. "People want me to playoffs Thursday night
gave out. He felt his left series. Rick Buchanan said Ster- Bass added that the hire a wall of lawyers after a 104-98 loss to the
hamstring tighten early in The makes the Spurs' ling would not pay the committee will recon- and them to have to hire Oklahoma City Thunder
the second quarter, went five-game victory over the fine because it violated vene next week. a wall of lawyers and go in the Western Confert
to the locker room to get it young Trail Blazers even his right to due process. It The NBA's constitution, to war," Sterling said on ence semifinals.
examined and only played more important. Parker
briefly before calling it a will have at least four days

nighte offto e and perhaps as many NBA owners approve sale of Bucks to Edens, Lasry
The soon-to-be 32- as six, to rest and rehab his
year-old Parker missed 14 hamstring.
games with various inju- Parker averaged 23.0 The Associated Press before the NBA holds its Edens had said he service to the league and
ries during the regular sea- points on 52 percent draft lottery. The Bucks, hoped to get a plan com- his community over his
son, but the Spurs went 11- shooting with 6.5 assists in MILWAUKEE The who had a league-worst pleted for a new arena in nearly 30-year tenure."
3 in those games and still the first four games against NBA's board of governors 15 wins, have the best a year, and have it built An injury-plagued sea-
managed to post the best Portland before the in- unanimously approved odds to.get the No. 1 pick in a couple of years. He son left the Bucks a fran-
recordin the NBA. Still, the jury. In the next round, the sale Thursday of the next week for June's tal- thought it might take chise-worst 15-67. They
prospects of losing Parker the Spurs will be facing Milwaukee Bucks to New ent-rich draft. about $400 million to have finished above .500
the inexhaustible throt- Thunder point guard Rus- York investment firm ex- "The Bucks and their build a new facility, only three times since
tie on the Spurs' relentless sellWestbrook, so alimited ecutives Wesley Edens fans will benefit greatly though the new owners 2000, though Milwaukee
engine was enough to Parker would have been and Marc Lasry, bringing from their vast business might face a tricky task did make the playoffs in
make a team hell bent on devastating. the forlorn franchise one experience, energy and in seeking public fund- 2012-13. The Bucks were
returning to the NBA Fi- "Luckily we have a cou- step closer to starting a strong commitment to ing if they don't get more swept in four games by
nals a little nervous after ple of days," Spurs forward new era. Milwaukee," commis- private help. Miami in the first round.
their 104-82 victory over Tim Duncan said after the .Former U.S. sena- sioner Adam Silver said Kohl bought the Bucks With new owners and
Portland sent them back game. "It worries us, obvi- tor Herb Kohl reached in a statement. for $18 million in 1985. a 25 percent chance to
to the Western Conference ously. But he's been going agreement with them Lasry and Edens com- The Milwaukee native, pick up the No. 1 pick in
finals. hard, he's had a great series last month for a price tag mitted to providing $100 whose family owned a the draft, the Bucks face
"If we want to have a thus far, and it just kind of of about $550 million af- million to help build a chain of department a defining offseason.
chance to make it to the Fi- caught up with him. ter they pledged to keep new arena. Kohl alsoan- stores, was hailed as a Even if it doesn't win the
nals, we needhimhealthy," "They pulled the plug on the team in Milwaukee. nounced he would do- hometown hero. lottery, Milwaukee can-
guard Manu Ginobili said. him before he hurt him- The NBA said Thursday nate $100 million for a Silver praised Kohl for not fall below the fourth
Parker suffered a Grade self.Hestartedtofeel a lit- in a statement that the new facility to replace his "unprecedented and pick in a draft stocked
2 strain of hisright ham- tie weird and they did the transaction is expected the BMO Harris Brad- historic financial gift to- with top prospects, in-
stringinGame3oftheNBA right thitig. Hopefully that to close shortly. ley Center, the team's ward the construction of cluding Duke's Jabari
Finals last season against helps; hopefully there's The league's expected downtown home, which a new Iilwaukee arena Parker and Kansas'
Ithe Miami Heat. He didn't nothing there.'! approval comes days opened in 1988. and for his outstanding AndrewWiggins.



Wild Game Dinner
The First Jackson County Football
Wild Game Dinner will be held Satur-
day following the 4 p.m. spring football
jamboree at Bulldog Stadium in Mari- My buddy Cletus and I were rolling help it, especially after witnessing three
anna featuring the Cottondale Hornets, down old U.S. 441, headed south after of the loose chickens fly up and perch
Sneads Pirates, Graceville Tigers, and a w m excur- on the light bar atop one of the patrol
the Marianna Bulldogs. sion. We were immersed in intellectual cars. Tears flowed from my eyes and
The dinner will start at 6:30 p.m. with repartee. Clete slobbered like a rabid coon. The
deer, alligator, fish, bison, goat, and repartee. Clete slobbered like a rabid coon. The
seerallio gatr, fs, bs 0 on gaton wll "So," I said, "You remember back icy stares of the policemen indicated
several other game. A $10 donation will e wy c t i they didn't share our jocular attitude.
get you dinner and live music by sever- years ago when they came out with they didnt share our jocular attitude.
al individuals representing many area those commemorative Elvis whiskey "Boys," one said, "I don't wanna
al ndivils re wi as e is games decanters? I found that very irrever- sound too harsh, but y'all are findin'
bands. There will also be kids' games, ent? I mean, Elvis's mama probably this situation way too amusin'. I 'spect,
This is a fundraiser for all of the turned over in her grave knowing her BobnHonegay soon as we get a way cleared on the
ThisBisafundraiserbforall Camf thehios mek.Plumory wave beinighatmred by ab o ther side of that ditch, y'all better be
teams playing and team members are boy's memory was being celebrated by Outdoors Columnist other side of that ditch, y'all better be
selling the donation tickets. the graven image of a Jim Beam liquor the first ones outa here."
For more information, contact Jason bottle. Helluva way to treat a king, I I nodded in reply and managed
Mayo at 850-573-0900 or Mark Beach thought." road, chickens in the ditches, chick- to calm down a bit. I didn't think
at 386-85-0330. "I know," Clete replied. "Mentally dis- ens up and down a nearby railroad excessive laughter was grounds for ar-
at 5turbing, too. Heck, I had to pour mine track. There were at least a hundred in rest, but the cop's face told me at that
into a fruit jar. Couldn't bring myself to a woman's yard placidly scratching in moment I might just be mistaken.
Chipola twist offtheKing'shead and drinkfrom her caladium beds while she simulta- That and the fact one hand was
Baseball Camp his neck. Plumb gave me nightmares to neously attacked them with a broom. awfully close to the butt of his .38
Chipola will host the 2014 Jeff John- think about it." Funny how quickly chickens recover and the other was clenched, white-
son Baseball Camp starting June 9 and "I still have my bottle," I said. from trauma and get on with their dai- knuckled, on my truck's door
running through June 17 for players "Me, too," said Clete. "Can't find the ly lives. handle. My thought of asking him his
aged 7-18. head, though. Dang cat musta rolled it I realize, of course, there's nothing opinion of Elvis liquor bottles quickly
There will be three individual camps: under the couch." funny about a wreck. However, a horde vanished.
a pitching camp June 9-10, a hitting It's a pretty long drive back from the of suddenly released chickens on a Eventually, we were routed around
camp June 11-12, and a skills camp north Georgia mountains. Intellectual quiet Sunday morning in Commerce, the scene and back on the road.
June 16-17, with each camp running repartee bottoms out rather quickly Ga. is another matter altogether. Think Feeling a little remorseful over our
from 9 a.m. to noon. after awhile. Just outside Commerce, I about it. A lady in housecoat and recent flippant and unsympathetic
Registration will be 8:30-9 a.m. on the cut the discussion short by slamming curlers has declared war on an "army" behavior, we drove solemnly and
first day of each camp at the Chipola on brakes. of invading poultry. A poor truck pensively southward. In Madison
baseball field, though pre-registration There was an overturned semi in the driver is forlornly contemplating I suggested stopping for lunch.
is encouraged, road and, excepting two police cars, interrupting his boss's Sunday (chick- "Sounds good," said Clete.
Camp instruction will come from ours was the first vehicle on the scene. en?) dinner to tell him his truck and his "Where?" I asked.
Chipola College coaching staff and The truck and its flatbed trailer were chickens aren't quite in the same shape "Don't matter," he replied. (A little
players. Youngsters will learn the on their sides, spanning the highway as when he last saw them. Four small- devil hopped upon my shoulder.)
fundamentals of the game through and both ditches. The driver stood on town cops, who were expecting their "Only one appropriate place," I con-
baseball drills, the shoulder, unscathed. There were usual light Sunday-morning duty, are cluded with a sideways glance at my
Youngsters should come to registra- no injuries. suddenly dealing with a chicken del- pal.
tion dressed to play with shorts, a shirt, Wait. Scratch that. About four dozen uge, a blockedw highway, and miles of I ordered "Original Recipe" and Clete
cleats, or tennis shoes. white chickens, part of the flatbed's bacied-up traffic. got "Extra Crispy."
For more information, contact cargo, lay dead on the pavement. Say what you will. That's funny. To If Colonel Sanders doesn't
Chipola assistant coach Tyrone Daw- As nearly as I could estimate, there two involved parties, at least. intercede on our behalf, we might
son at 850-340-1296. were about 14 billion survivors. And Clete and I began laughing hysteri- have to answer for that come judgment
they were everywhere. Chickens in the cally and couldn't stop. We couldn't day.-
Panhandle _________
Bass Challenge
Gulf Coast Children's Advocacy Cen- Fisking Repor
ter will be hosting the Panhandle Bass
Challenge, Fishing for Reel Solutions LAKE SEMINOLE Bass fishing is good. weighted Texas-rigs. take tailwater cats and worms fished on
for Child Abuse Charity Fishing Tour- Topwater action is hot and heavy early Crappies are slow, but a few may be bottom can catch them in the creeks,
nament on June 14 at Lake Seminole at 'in the day Later, try shallow crankbaits taken near the mouths of creeks on live along with a few shellcrackers thrown in
Seminole Lodge. and Carolina-rigs along grass lines and minnows. for good measure.
A minimum guaranteed first place over grassy points in or adjacent to the Redbreasts and bluegills may take (Generation schedules, pool levels,
prize of $1,000. Registration fee is $100 main lake. The crankbaits are excellent crickets in the creeks and shellcrackers and other such information for area
and $10 for the Big Fish Pot with $50 choices for locating both the subsurface will bite crickets and worms in some of waterways may be obtained by
payback in prize money. vegetation and the largemouths holding the slow-current areas, calling toll-free 1-888-771-4601. Follow
The proceeds of this tournament will there. Catfish have increased activity near the recorded instructions and access
benefit the Gulf Coast Children's Ad- Crappies are slow and at present are the dam and there is some action in the the touch-tone for the Apalachicola
vocacy Center for child abuse preven- generating few positive reports. creeks as well. Live or frozen shad will River System.)
tion. Last year the Gulf Coast Children's Bream are active and biting well on
Advocacy Center served 1,220 children worms and crickets. Fly fishermen re-
from Jackson, Calhoun, Washington, port good action around the mayfly C TY O F M ARIANNA
Holmes, Bay and Gulf County. hatches.
All of these children had allegations Catfish are good, particularly on
of some type of abuse or a victim of a stinkbaits. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
crime. The Gulf Coast Children's Advo- LAKE EUFAULA Bass fishing is good.
cacy Center is there to support these Fish topwater baits along the banks, Post Office Box 936
children and their family and give near the ends of points, and around Maricnna, FL 32447
them the services they need. wood structure in shady locations. In
For more information please con- deeper water, Texas and Carolina-rigged Website:
tact LuAnn Dean at 850-573-6985 or worms are working well. Spinnerbaits
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and similar structure. Fish all baits slow-
Basketball C Crappies are fair to good in spots. AND ENTIRE LOCAL COMMUNITY:
Basketball Camp Moderately large schools may be found
Marianna Middle School will have near creek mouths and around deep
a basketball skills camp July 10-12 at structures such as bridge pilings. Min- The City of Marianna strives to provide safe, reliable
Marianna High School for boys and nows and jigs work reasonably well for
girls ages 10-18. these fish natural gas service to our customers, and to ensure
Cost is $45 and includes a t-shirt and Bream are quite active. Many smaller the safety of those living and/or working near our
lunch for each day, with the camp run- fish areabeing taken on crickets and
ning from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. there are some reports of some pretty gas distribution lines. If you live within the city limits of
Registration will take place atthe good bluegills. Marianna or are a current gas customer, chances are
MMS gymnasium on the following Hybrids may school late in the day high that underground gas lines are located in close
dates: June 16, 23, 30, or July 7 from 5 and fall for Rat-L-Traps and other high that underground gas lines are located in close
p.m. to 7 p.m. Camp fee is non-refund- crankbaits. proximity to your home or business. I
able and due at the time of registration. Catfish are fair. A critical component of our overall safety program
For more information, contact LAKEANDREWS/CHATrAHOOCHEERIVER
D'Leisha Ephriam at 850-272-4611 or Bass are quite active and the fishing is the Sunshine State One-Call of Florida, Inc. (SSOCOF)
Jeanette Scott at 850-372-2633. pressure is very light right now. Texas- system. Before digging, notify SSOCOF a minimum
rigged worms and deep crankbaits
Sports Items fished near the bank in the main run of two full business days ahead of time, in order to
po s of the river may take some fair large- determine the location of buried natural gas lines
Send all sports items to editorial@ mouth catches. Fish slowl and delib- and other critical utilities. Business days exclude, or fax them to 850- erately. Also try topwater baits near the
482-4478. The mailing address for the banks early and late in the day. Up the weekends and holidays. Common excavations
paper is Jackson County Floridan P.O. creeks, in the clearest water, fish me- requiring notification can run the gamut from complex
Box 520 Marianna, FL 32447. dium-running crankbaits and lightly
jobs involving demolition, grading, directional drilling,
and other trenchless technologies, to jobs such as pot
holing, landscaping, fence and post installation and
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2) Jason's Crew 86-58 2) Hump Day 84-56 Additionally, natural gas has no smell or taste.
3) Backwoods Bowlers 83-61 3) Kindel Pro Shop 83-57
4) We're Back 82-62 4) P.C.B.D.T.75.5-64.5 Therefore, a chemical known as mercaptan is
5) Ba-Zin-Ga 73.5-70.5 5) Kindel Awards 75-65
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7) Brantley's Bunch 62-82 7) 2 Pair of Nutz 69-71
8) Deadwood 59.5-64.5 8) 4 Shades of Grey 63-77
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Manziel texts Browns he wants to 'wreck' league

The Associated.Press Arkansas, Loggains said Browns as he sat in the to No. 11 with Tennessee
Manziel sent him a text wings of Radio City Mu- and No. 16 with Dallas.
CLEVELAND Once that read: "'I wish you sic Hall in New York wait- Manziel is taking part
Johnny Manziel texted guys would come get me. ing to be drafted made an in Cleveland's rookie
that he wanted to "wreck Hurry up and draft me impression on Loggains, minicamp this weekend.
this league" with them, because I want to wreck Pettine and Cleveland's The Browns are attempt-
the Browns didn't waste this league together.'" front office. ing to manage the media
another second. Loggains said he im- "It shows you what frenzy by limiting access
They rushed to draft mediately forwarded the type of competitor the to Saturday's workout to
Johnny Football. text to first-year Browns kid is and I got to spend local reporters and pho-
Browns quarterbacks coach Mike Pettine and so much time with him tographers. The practice
coach Dowell Loggains owner Jimmy Haslam, leading up to this pro- will be open for only 15
said in a radio interview who said, "'Pull the trig- cess," said Loggains, who minutes and Manziel is
Thursday that as the Tex- ger. We're trading up to go was hired by Pettine in expected to answer ques-
as A&M star was sliding in get this guy."' February. I feel like I tions afterward. Sunday's
the first round of the NFL The Browns then made know him very well. I had workout is closed.
draft last week, Manziel their third trade of the THEASSOCIATEDPRESS a good relationship with The team doesn't want
sent a text message urg- first round and moved Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel (2) warms up him. That's the type of kid Manziel to be a distrac-
ing Cleveland to select from No. 26 to No. 22 and before a rookie minicamp practice at the team's facility in this guy is. He wants to do tion from its other drafted
him. The Browns had nabbed Manziel, college Bra, OhioonSaturday. well. He's got a chip on his players or unsigned free
passed on taking Manziel footbhl's most exciting Loggains said he worked tions, Manziel's name was shoulder and he decided agents.
with the first of their two. playd~ and potentially out 14 quarterbacks be- at the top of the list "and to be a Brown." All eyes, however, will
picks in the first round. the answer to Cleveland's, fore the draft. After the there Was everyone else." Loggains also said the be on the kid in the No. 2
Appearing on ESPN problem at quarterback. team finished its evalua- Manziel's plea to the Browns tried to trade up jersey.

k ously very expensive. It's their accomplishments just 43.47 seconds. "You can't imagine what coaching staff, it begs
something we have to raise mean more to me." Sneads also got top 10 it was like to see their faces the question of just what
money for and I know the After the Pirates got out finishes from Jacore Irving when they got the medals could the Pirates do
From Page lB community is trying to of district, they trained on in the long jump, Gavin Pit- at state," she said. "Going with the similar resources
help out, but it could take the track at Marianna High tman in the discus throw, against that level of com- as their competition?
"We do the best we several years to get some- School to prepare for the Williams and McWhite in petition and everything "The possibilities weuld
can and use what little thing like a track. regional and state meets thel00 meters, and Mc- they've been up against, be endless. I think to begin
equipment we do have and "I don't want to sound like and the results were aw- White in the 200 meters, just to see the excitement with kids would be more
what we can borrow." I'm whining or complain- fully impressive. The 4x400 relay team of in their faces, I can't even interested (in being on the
Sneads has used the track ing. I just want people to Jeremy Wert had the best Wert, McWhite, Irving, and explainit.Apicture couldn't track team)," she said.
at Grand Ridge Middle know what these kids have individual showing by tak- Goodson was also eighth. explain it. They were so ex- "If we. had the
School at times, though accomplished without ing fifth in the 400 meters McDaniel said she knew cited to get to go there to equipmentandthetraining
the measurements weren't those things. For someone with a time of 50.49 sec- that the team was capa- begin with. The state level and more help out there, I
the same as tracks at high coming from Florida High onds, while he was also a ble of having such a good is not something that a lot don't even know what we.
school meets. to do it is great, but they get part of th 4x100 relay team showing, but seeing it actu- of people get to go to." could do."
"I know the school is to practice on a track every along with Javarris Good- ally happen given the chal- With the amount of The Sneads coaching staff
limited and the things we day. For our kids, they've son, Darius Williams, and lenges faced during the success the team had also includes Trent Mc-
need are expensive," Mc- gone above what anyone Erick McWhite that fin- year was a deeply reward- with limited equipment Daniel, Dallas Goff, Julius
Daniel said. "Track is obvi- could expect them to do, so ished third with a time of ing experience as a coach. and a largely volunteer Boykin, and RayWhite.

ers showing what they're played major roles for the not have to do as much so we go through the process, "This week we're going to
Iger capable of. Tigers during last season's they can really get good at we'll continue to get play- all come together.We'renot
T e "There are definitely 4-6 campaign. someone on one side of the ers to continue to improve "Orange" or "White." We'll
From Page lB some guys that have, be- The Tigers had a talented ball or on special teams. and learn more and more." allbe the GracevilleTigers,"
come leaders at certain po- crop of underclassmen last "But we've still got a long While the Orange vs. Wise said. "We'll try to pol-
"It gave every guy cur- sitions, but we're still trying season who shouldered way to go. We're going but White competition was ish up our offensive and
rently in our program an to maintain that competi- much of the burden, but every day and still work- fun for the players, the defensive schemes and
opportunity to prove him- tive environment where with reinforcements on ing on fundamentals and final week of spring prac- continue to, work on the
self and show what he's ca- each guy has a chance to board this spring, Wise said encouraging them to use tice returns to normal in fundamentals all the
pable of," Wise said. prove we can count on him he believes their jobs will proper footwork and pad anticipation of Saturday's way up to the last day of
"It really benefits them. every Friday night." be much easier now. level. We're still teaching Jackson County Jamboree practice. But we're go-
You have so many kids that It's a scenario that was "I think the whole team is them how to tackle, so it's in which Graceville will ing to focus in on what
could probably help you, much more difficult a year excited because there are re- not like this is a finished play a quarter each against we plan to do on both
but sometimes you don't ago when the Tigers were turning players that last year product by any means and Cottondale and Marianna sides o.f th~ ,ball nt
give them an opportunity low on numbers and didn't had to carry a lot of the load it really never will be. As at Marianna High School. Saturday."
to show what they're capa- have adequate depth in and we had to depend on so
ble of. This whole week has positions like receiver and much," he said. "But now I
been devoted to our more defensive back. think they're all recognizing
experienced players show- But Graceville has 36 that they're in position to fo-
ing what they're capable players in the spring this cus in on maybe one aspect,
of, but also our newcom- year, including several who of our system and they may
M ln e i i

M dalone with a four-run burst. but only managed one run. E1
S With one out, Colby Pittman led off with a dou-
Harrell singled and stole ble and moved to third on a N e O B/ ynec logy Service
From Page 1B second, and Archibald fol- passed ballbefore scoring on Sw/G n c i y Svic
lowed with a walk, and Har- a sacrifice by Blake Barber.
led off with a double and rell stole home with two Justin Clikas drew a walk Offered on NFCH Campus at
Dylan Padgett and Des- outs before Spencer Floyd andwithtwo outs and Grant 1360 Brickyard Road Chipley, Florida 32428
mond Thomas followed singled to score Archibald. Williams reached on a mis-
with one out to load the Stephens took one in the played ball in left field, but For an Appointment
bases. side and Bradley Gregg a ground out to third ended
Two batters later, Martin made it hurt with a two-RBI theinning. Call (850) 638-3771
cameupwithatwo-RBI sin- double before the final bat- Rotary will be back in ac-
gle to put Malone in front ter went down swinging. tion on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.
In the top of the fourth Rotary hadan opportunity at Opimist Park as theyhost
Malone put the game away in the bottom of the fourth Sneads Blue.

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Dear Annie: I have a son with serious into savings. The following Christmas, TAURUS (April 20-May Director urges grads the graduates: "When
anxiety problems. He gets it from his I decided to send $500 to each of my 20) Be on the lookout to Wi Slf-d bt you are free from self-
father. That entire side of the family has older sister's two sons so they could for appealing items at doubt, you fail better.
so much anxiety that they never take inherit something from their grand- sales or auctions. You'll DURHAM, N.H. You accept criticism
vacations because they can't deal with mother. These kids were in their 20s, find good deals waiting to -The screenwriter and and listen.
the stress of leaving home. and I wanted them to have something to be discovered. An older director of the Disney Lee was the first
When my son was in his early teens, help them start off their lives, relative will offer inter- film "Frozen has en- woman to direct an am-
I tried to get him into counseling, but According to my bank statement, the esting facts about your couraged University of mated feature film for
we live in a rural area, and there are checks were cashed, but I never received family background. New Hampshire gradu- Walt Disney Animation
few resources. He also has incredibly any sort of thank you or acknowledg- GEMINI (May 21-June ates to do away with Studios. This year, she
bad luck. He is now in his early 20s and ment. It is nearly five years later, and I 20) -A little self-indul- self-doubt. took home an Oscar for
went to college this semester at a local am still hurt and disappointed about gence can't hurt. You Jennifer Lee gradu- best animated feature.
university. His schedule was messed this. Am I being childish? I cannot seem dont need to spend ajot ated from UNH in 1992.
up, and he ended up with some oddball to move on and reach out to them about of money to do some- On Saturday, she told From wire reports
classes, including one that requires a anything else. thing that Answer to revious le
lot of public speaking. This class made HURT AND DISAPPOINTED pleasure and joy. ACROSS 45 Painted Answer to Previous Puzzle
him physically ill, and he decided not to Dear Hurt: It is natural for you to want CANCER (June 21- 1 Mr. Griffin tinwred EN I SM
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willing to try either again. This kid is no ever received the money. Ask whether LEO ly 2A. protection2) (2 60- day now S RI ATA
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sues can be crippling, but there are ways dental hygienist for the past 32 years. romance and travel. A dif- olae Reformers' islands 47 Justice
to work on them including counsel- I assure you that part of my sterilizing erent ce nar can. add 34 Collapse targets 27 Kindof Kagan
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Free kittens litter box trained. Call 334-479-
OVERSTOCKSALE !!!! 8799 or text 334-648-8770 or 334-200-6236.
NOW SELLING 100's of Misc. Items, Kittens 7 available, weaned, litter trained, 8-10 to l
Antiques and Gifts! Reduced to 50% off weeks old. Playful, but very tame. 850-693-3486 E T LS &
Misc. Furniture 30% off .... ..
"BC booth AKC Reg. Collie Puppies (Lassie) 3-F, 4-M,
Backyard Treasure 2331 Ross Clark Cr. 4 different colors, ready June 21st. S/W
parents on site. $400. 334-793-5891.
Now taking Deposits $100.
Black Lab Mix. Handsome, smart, loving, play- HOME GROWN, FRESH
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UNEXPIRED BOXES brttianspaniel Call 334-7 2 334-793-6690 0
CALL BOB (334) 219-4697 Pit Bull Terrier: Brindle, young, active, confi-
OR (850) 710-019 dent, layful. Neutered. Free. 334-693-9097 1 '
OR (0) 710-0189 Pit Bull Terrier mix: Tan/white 3 yrs. Loves.............................
human attention. Spayed. Free. 334-693-9097. : Bahia seed for sale 4 a
AWLRYP& W E Pp-illon A pix malo Excellent germination with over 40 yrs
no. experience. Kendall Cooper i
Wanted: Old Coins, Gold, Call 334-703-0978, 334-775-3423, i
Diamonds, Guns, And Tools Rottweller mix: Black/tan, Spayed. Loves dogs.: or 334-775-3749 Ext. 102
West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-671-1440. Special Placement. Free. 334-693-9097. B t BrdCsaH.,L
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near Pier Park. $125/Night $750/Week, $80 Cleaning Fee MADDOX FARMS R & O I
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2- Dresser, good condition $30. each Diamond Plate Tool Box for small truck $75. 3 barn or pastures) 18 Mnths Experience Required
850-592-2881. Ceramic Molds $15. 850-592-2881. Beautiful Trails
Excellent Care $1000 SIGN ON BONUS!
China Cabinet $45. 2- Glider Rockers $35. ea. Keyboard, Yamaha piano style with stand, like Also Paso Fino Horses FOR SALE Qualified Driver could be hired within a Week!
4000 wt. 8hp generator $250. 850-592-2881 new. $300. OBO. 9am 8pm. 850-693-4277 Call 334-791-0023 or 334-791-7312


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as sa l llalsll lllx n I I Ranger 1988 454V, Buick 1994 Roadmaster, limited, clean, 157K 1 IT! LL F I
Mecury, live wells, $2900. 334-347-8003. te& er
tro hpBlacklMax miles, blue, runs good, new tires --batery.
DEPENtrolling motor, $5,000 Chevrolet 2005 Aveo: Silver, 82k miles, 5 speed
DALES: S : 4 ED ~334-695-4780 manual trans., one owner, good condition, .Harley Davidson 2007 Her-
NEWSPAPER CARRIERS Boat: 1995 Larson 174SEICB, 4.3L Alpha with $2,700. under KBB value. Call 334-714-1237 tage Softtail Classic: lots
of chrome, new tires,
accessories, better than good condition, will Chrysler 2005 Pacifica: silver, leather package, black cherry and pearl, ex-
not last $6000 Call 334-673-1355 garage kept, sun/moon roof, Infinity stereo tra luggage bags, new bat:
Carolina Skiff 15hp. Honda 4-cycle engine, with CD changer, DVD, GPS, heated seats, tery, garage kept $10,500.
galvanized trailer, like new condition includes clean CARFAX, new tires, 186k miles, one own- 334-701-8771
Earn an aver f cover, anchor & vests. $4500. 406-868-8918 er and in great condition. $6,200. Call 334-791-
Starcraft 1995 0384 Harley Davidson Sporster
Tournament 18' Boat with Corvette 2000 Convertible: 2006 XL1200R
1995 Mercury 135 HP on Blue, beige interior, full racing orange, Vance &
$ cGalvanized Trailer. Trolling power, CD changer with Hines short shots,
per month motor and GPS. $5,900 HUD display. In excellent Mustang saddle. 15K
Eufaula, Call 334-695-1117. dondition $19,500. Call 334-718-0937 miles, mint condition
l SunTracker Regency Edition 2011 ,25 ft. XP3 Ford Crown Vic 2001, white,'4.7-V-8, $6200. 334-790-4781.
E party barge pontoon, ski tower, 150hp, Mercury cold AC, power window, locks, power steering
Msthaveependabe transpotation -max engine, still under manufacture warr, AM/FA/CD, cloth.seats, looks & drives good.'
i nimun liability insurance & Validd dual axle Tracker trailer, comes with all you 143K miles, owners manual. Ford 2006
drivrs license. need to get on the water. Beautiful boat, must $2800. 334-701-7524. Expedition
see, selling at blue book value. 334-763-9124 GOT BAD CREDIT? : Limited-156k
` I 1 J $99. qDE TODAY Call forDetais system, 2nd
2006 Mountaineer 5th Wheel tepo pass bankruptcy row captain,

Stored @ Emerald Coast RV Chevy 2013
ITR IV R VA LEY Resort in Panama City. Honda 2012 Civic, 4 door, under warranty, like Silverado LT,
D I LTATO VALL Y $21,500. 334-790-3869 new. $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis 6,000k miles62
REHABILITATION CENTER 334-714-0028. L wh.dr., fully .
Cedarreek 2005 th wheel 30f rearliving Lincoln 2008 MKZ: white, loaded, white,
Come visit our Job Fair echrome wheels, moon extended cab, WAS $33,900 REDUCED TO
With slider hitch $16500. Tow vehicle avail. roof, heated/ cooled $28,500 334-687-7702
May 20th 2:30prm 4:00pm 850569-2215, 8seats, 60k miles, original
Find out more information on open Coachmen 2005 owner, very clean. $14,500. Call 334-494-3347 Ford 12 Ranger XLT XCab, fully equipped,
positions and great benefits that our -* Chaparral 35' Uncoln/Mercury Tracer 1991 with 44K miles Steve 334-791-8243
Travel Trailer, original miles, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue
facility offers. Refreshments will be New, Never matalic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-701-0010. Toyota 2010 Tacoma
served and door prizes will be given Used, Luxury Mazda 2004 RX5 SR5White, 2 wheel
wa Top of the Line, $3000 Hensley Hitch, 1 slide, Convertible. Exceptional 7 drive, 4 d6or V6, tow
away! It will take place at River Valley $17,500 334-687-7702 well kept car. Replaced package, new Michelin
Rehabilitation Center, TO OM w/new tires, spark plugs tires, Excellent
We look forward to seein you there! I Bounder 37replaced. Timing chain replaced. condition. 46,000 miles. $22,800.
We I aro eeing y ere2001 Bounder 37ft 51K mi. Serious buyers only. $8,200. Call 334-894-2134. Call 334-693-4987 or 796-5919
300hp, Turbo Diesel, 6'sp. Mitsubishi 2004 Eclipse '124K miles, automatic,
Allison 300 mh auto trans. sunroof, new tires $5500. FIRM 334-596-9966.
7.5 generator, 2-slides, W/D lots of extras. 1997 GMC 1983 Vangard with zimmer package, must
Honda 334-792-0552 Serious In. ONLY !! Nissan 2001 Maxima SE V-6 automatic, loaded, see !!! 42K original miles, $2800 334-648-8522.
S.COO SH & l lU I S e 1 new wheels & tires. $4600. OBO 334-797-7420.
2008 Class C Winnebago Access 31J
Motorhome with 2 slides, bunk beds, queen. Nissan 2013 Altima, low miles, like new. $200
S Look ahead to your bed in back, queen bed over cab, Jack-knife down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714-.
future! Start training sofa, dinette. Ford E-450 Frame, V-10 engine, 0028. 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF
FOR TI for a new career in Banks system. 15,000 miles. Many extras! Toyota 2012 Camry SE, Sun roof, leather, load- YOUR TOWING NEEDS!
S Medical Assisting, $55,000. Call 334-333-2154 or 334-791-8223 ed, must sell. $250 down, $279 per month. Call
COLLEGE Medical Office Admin., for more information. Steve 334-791-8243 .4 .Y WW
Pharmacy Technology, eetwood 2006 edion38ft 3 slides die- ALO BODY & RECYCLING
& HVAC! Fieetwood 2006 Expedition: -38ft, 3 slides, die- _____________________P________O______R
Call Fortis College 855-445-3276 el, 30k miles, sleeps6,2AC', non smoking PAYINTOP DOLLAR FO K CARS
For cosumer info: visit and no pets, good condition, CLEAN. $46,000. 2002 Harley Davidson Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624
Call 334-377-1998 Ultra Classic Electra Glide.
MUST SELL !Tiffin 2003 Phaeton motor home, Garaged. Purple/black.
3 slides, 3 Tv's', diesel, queen bed, Satellite,. Loaded. Chromed out. CALL FOR TOP PRICE
many other features, some camping 14,750 miles. Exc. cond.
A M UF URNISHED- accessories included. Selling for health $12,500. 334-792-8701 FOR JUNK VEHICLES
reasons. $68,000 FIRM 334-714-1671. 2004 uzuki. Blue & silver
2/1 Duplex,DianaLane, arianna reasons. $68,000 FIRM32004 Suzuki. Blue & silver I ALSO SELL USED PARTS
2/1 Duplex, Diana Lane, M1arianna Pace Arrow 1999 Ford VIO 35 ft. Leveling Orig. owner, 15K garage I ALSO SE USED PARTS
CH/A, water, sewer, all appliances, lawn care Jacks, back up camera, runs good, 86K miles, kept, chrome, windshield, 24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664
Sincl., near MHS. $550 + $650 deposit, 1 year Good tires, New battery, awning. Vance & Hines exhaust, 2" -
lease. Call 850-526-4425 and Iv message. $12,500. OBO 334-333-1291 risers, cobra seat, softhest Prices Paid
2BR/11/2 BA Apart.hevit 06r Rerlt in .bags, luggage rack, Cun- GaUarnteed Highest Prices Paid
Fourning lights, footboards, kick shifter, custom Starting at300. or competelocal cars,
Four Winds 2007 31.5 ft. 2-slides, automatic grips, intake & filter, crash/sissy bar, $3000, do trucks, titles or no titles up to 2002. We also
hydraulic jacks, back up camera and many 794-8709 afteribam. buy farm equipment, semi's, semi trailers.
H7-Days a week from 7a-7p 334-200-6487
I extras. 32,500K miles $32,500. 334-692-4254. 2007 Suzuki Boulevard 550 motorcycle 16,880 We do not buy vehicels with current leins!!
3/2.5 Lg Family Home w/office building a80 miles. Garage kept. Black. $3,060 firm.Call
q. ft. located un US 231. Alford Joey at 334.714.9266. r.. a eoma lunker
850-579-4317or 850-866-1 2007 YamahySt1300 Touring: 10,500 milesot a Clunker
Austin Tyler & Co ** FO S L- new tires nfy extras, black & chrome, wind- We'll be your Junker!
Quiality Homes & Apartments shield& bags $5000 Cash Only. Call 931-303- We buy wrecked cars
850- 526-3355 or 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 low original -4658' d Fbuy wredh carsi
nard Farm Equip. at a
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" miles, 4 speed rnanual, $9500, klasyng4@outloo 2010 Harley Davidson FLHTCUTG Tr Glide Ultra fand one ric
BRAND NEW, Charming 3BR/2 BA brickhome /256-315-6687. Classic, Trike, black, low miles, extendedwar- $250 & Complete Cars
Quiet, friendly neighborhood. Many upgrades, 1995 GMC Sierra Single Cab- Green, SWB, 5.0 ranty, $11,200. e
wood & tile floors, stainless appliances, 1 acre, V8, OD Auto, Cold AC, Lock Rear End, PW, PDL, CALL 334-714-6285
storage bldg. BEAUTIFUL! 850-573-8446.. PS, AM/FM/CD, Runs, Looks & Drives Good, 2011 Harley Davidson Super Glide Custom L........................ .
Good Tires, Interrior & Body, Low Miles, Own- cool blue pearl & vivid black, garage kept, r. -- -----
M :BILE HO -E233O3REN ers Manual & Repair Manual, Window Sticker, 11K mi. _Driving lights, passenger back rest, W
Dothan Owner, 334-671-3059 NADA 5300, Sell luggage rack, quick release windshield,
2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. $4295. anit-theft system with /pager, cruise pegs, oil ,u ing o
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. Mazda 2009 RX8: red, one onwer, 41k miles, pressure gauge, dust cover included
http:// $12,700 Call 334-393-1440 $12,500 334-598-0061 Absolutely Original!!
Only $57. to turn on power m) 850-209-8847 ,.

in Marianna & Sneads (850)2094595
2BR 1 BA MH'S In Alford & Steel City,
$380 mo. $380. dep.
2BR/2BA at Millpond $495 rent + deposit.
Water, sewer, lawn maint. included
850-209-3970 NO PETS
3/2 Mobile Home on Ham Pond Rd in Sneads
SCH/A, lawn care included
$550+dep. 850-592,4625
3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale.
Starting at $500 per month -y -
Call 850-258-1594
If no answer please leave message. t M : 6 ReSicdential & Commercial
Small2bedroom/bath $ "Beautification of Your Home" Lawn Service *Tree emoval Tree Trimming
Carpentry/Painting Installations Stump Grinding
8 85-.73-308 and Furniture Repair & Refinishing Affordble Prices Free Estimates insured* Free Estimates-ing
Unfrnished Mobile Homes, Apartments and General Repairs Insured
Houses in Graceville. Rentals Houses in Marian- lttI (850) 693-1697 593-4455
na also available. Some properties pet friendly.
Call Today 850-263-5753 I' l _0 --o I

Floria Panhandle Concrete, LLC HINES TRADING CENTER
ravis Jones Phillip izotte "The Bait & Tackle Shop"
S30+ Years Experience
Free Estimates/Reasonable Rates Now Open 7 Daysa Weepk
363+- acres antaRosa Cnty, Fi $1,550s/acre i House Slabs Sidewalks 71 r urn po i n PH. (850) 593-6346
Larson McGowin Properties LLC Broker 334- Driveways & Pole Barns 2167 River Rd, Sneads, FL
734-1382 850-693-5812 850-592-7216 *New Homes & Room Additions Flooring
,1* ,] Painting Siding Kitchen & Bathroom Upgrades ,
Dothan Southside Country Living 0 Down, $900 Custom Geramic Shower Specialist Porches MARANNA CITY 2844 Maedson St.
+/- total payment. Lovely wooded lot overlok- 1,__,__r_,,_,_- __- ___ Pole Barns Concrete Driveways Sidewalks & Slabs FARM ERS
ing Cypress Pond. 1.5 acres w 4/2 Brick. Fruit Dozer and L ic# RR 2822811487 INSURED Tues, Thurs, Sat
trees/pecans. Off Eddins Rd. Easy drive to MedP 850 ,57 -1880 MaRKoon
Ctr. Owner pays closing. $155,500. 334-797-9881 Pine T Planting H erbiid in 7am-noon
Pine TreLe Planting Herbicide Spraying Now featuring Panhandle artists & crafters every Saturday
ClOy a o.850462.9,02 IT'S AS EASY .
Cell 80s-832-5055 AS 1 2 3 .............................. 1.CA 2. PLAEYOURAD .ETRULTS
1987 MasterCraft ProStar 190 Tournament Ski- 5--,' [6
Boat 351 inboard with Power Slot transmis-
sion. Mastercraft inboard trailer included. NEW a USED TIRES TELEVISION REPAIR *ALL YOUR ROOFING NEEDS*
Bimini top and cover. Kenwood marine stereo Metal Shingles Flat Roofs Insured
with four 6 1/2's Kicker marine speakers. Side NEW REt 311W RETAI PRIE I DOTHAN ELECTRONIC SERVICE LCA RC2027516
gunnel storage. Ski mirror. Ski pylon. Carpet .. .Repairing All Types of TVs Since 1970 850-573-1880
and interior in great condition. Super running TRIPLE Servin Jackson and Surroundin Counties
motor. Call 229-861-2437 or 334-701-9282 Save mone b eping inseadof reacing.

Elimator All Aluminum Call us or visit our website for more info Robert Stanford
Bass Boat, 50 HP force en- ?6'. d. ~/ oendlq 334-792-0551 MUSIC LESSONS
gine, galvanized trailer- 1610 Hartford Hwy. Dothan, AL "l
new tires, all in very good. Piano, Keyboard, Theory
condition, 2 live well box- 850.526.1700 (850) 209-9197
es, 4 new seats, new Humminbird fish finder Hours: Mon-Fri 7-5 Sat 7-1 852$9 7
$3,995 OBO 828-837-1314 or 828-421-0998 2978 Pierce Street (behind Tim's Florist) Bring this ad & receive $5 off 1st repair. .

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bids and / or accept the one most beneficial to 8. Gail Dalton B-27
LEGAL NOTICElS it's operation. 9. David Yohe / Lauren Shelfer B-18
10. Candace Patterson F-7
LF160474 Steve R. Benton, Sr 11. Shironda McGriff A-18e
SLF 4 uperintendent od Schools 12. Kristy Spears A-25
CIVIL DIVISION Public sale at Charlie Brown's Mini Storage a t 24 HOURS A DAY
Case #: 2012-CA-000220 (a Self Service storage facility) located behind Ca l t y7 DAYS A W EEK p
State Farm Ins. Co. (Keith Williams) at 4646 your item in the S A EA
Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, as Hwy. 90 on Tuesday, May 20th, 2014. Doors 52 W EEKS A YEAR
Trustee for J.P. Morgan Mortgage Acquisition open at 3:30 PM. Bids will be accepted at 4:00 classifieds. JUST A CLICK AW AY.
Trust 2007-CH1, Asset Backed Pass-Through PM on the Personal goods of the following past
Certificates, Series 2007-CH1 due Clients: (850) 526-3614 Visit us at:
Plaintiff, 1. Jimmy Spates D-5 (800) 779-2557
-vs.- 2. Niki Baker D-26
Robert Wayne Booth, Ronald Leon Booth, Jr., 3. Dylan Ammons D-30
Robert Warren Booth, Kenneth Lee Booth, Ron- 4. Jason Getz E-18
da Marie Sims a/k/a Ronda Marie Booth and 5. Sherry McGriff C-18
Suezette Egan; et al. 6. Casi Parmer 8-7 3
Defendant(s). 7. Zynesshia Henderson B-17 ..
TO: Unknown heirs, devisees, grantees,
assigness, creditors, lienors and trustees of Ro-
nald Leon Booth, Sr., Deceased, and all other
person claiming by and through, under, against A nn Jones
the named defendants; CURRENT ADDRESS UN-
POINTED. 850-209-9077
Residence unknown, if living, including any un- Call Us For All Your
known spouse of the said Defendants, if either Re a R e Real Estate Needs
has remarried and if either or both of said De- O a o dee se it Or 3 R E __Ned
fendants are dead, their respective unknown a B L 3/2 Brick home close
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, creditors, to town in Marianna.
lienors, and trustees, and all other persons, Fenced backyard with a
claiming by, through, under or against the ree ghtack se orc rlatxi
named Defendant(s); and the aforementioned or entertaining. Home is located on Meadowview Road, close to schools,
named Defendant(s) and such of the aforemen- 1 College, shopping and hospital. This updated home is just the right size
n eand ready for you to move in! Call today for an appointment to see this
tioned unknown Defendants and such of the home. $119.000 MLS# 249224
aforementioned unknown Defendants as may Beau t f u
be infants, incompetents or otherwise not sui u p d 4o e 4/3 Home in Camellia Acres
juris. Subdivision, a beautiful Adult
juris. 3 R/IBA Community. This home has a
home located beautiful landscaped yard with
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action has adeckand paorchonthe backto
been commenced to foreclose a mortgage on on Jorge half no roquiet neighborh9od.
been commenced to foreclose a mortgage on acre yard. Split floor plan with Large Master Bed and Bath and Three large Bedroms with two
the following real property, lying and being and acre yard. full baths. Formal Dining Room and Breakfast Area. Kitchen custom cabinets. Marble
situated in Jackson County, Florida, more par- Fireplace and Built-in Book Shelves. Perfect home for entertaining. So many beautiful
things with the beautiful home. $282,000 and considering all Offers MLS# 247640,
ticularly described as follows: 4341 Southwood Dr. Morianna $85,000 MLS# 249485 thin h the be l he 000 and considering a fr #
LOT NUMBER6, COMMENCING AT THE NORTH- MOTIVATED.......................................... SEER.........Thi4/3 rck
WEST CORNER OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF Remodeled hoenei SELL! n ready iwith many
SOUTHEAST 1/4, SECTION 16, AND RUNNING 3 B R/2.5 BA update and nice features. Large
THENCE S 00 DEG. 28' E, A DISTANCE OF 842.96 S p an is h /d beautitle w master ath
FEET: THENCE N 88 DEG. 49" E, A DISTANCE OF Ranch Style arge living room with fireplace
718.75 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. home that sits Large bedrooms. Kichen was remodeled and updated with new cabinets and appliances. Enjoy
THENCE CON G N 88 DG. 4' E A D- the large deck that goes across the back of the home, Nice neighborhood ust waiing for you and
THE on 20 acres PRICED FOR QUICK SALE.15 acres hs unfinished, old 2 BR yourfamily. Workshop that has lots of room andeletricity Go byand see this beautiful home on
TANCE OF 150.00 FEET; THENCE S 01 DEG. 11' E, with lots of house and barn on property. Barn has attached '0x40 shed McCallLanei Maranna. MOSt24950o
49' W, ALONG THE NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY. extras including a 200+/- tree pecan orchard. 1336 and two 12x1 2 horse stalls. Approx. 10 acre hay field. Some INCOME POTENTIAL! Income
OF SOUTHSIDE DRIVE A DISTANCE OF 150.0 McKeown, Chattahoochee $268,000 MLS# 249001 fencing. Underground storm shelter, well and septic tank. property with a little histo
FEET, THENCE N 01 DEG. 11' W A DISTANCE OF ..................................................................... eing s ol S s L and s n Tr is so much potentialtor
300.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. SAID N i -. e ..... .. have begun renovations on the
PROPERTY LYING IN THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF 4BR/2.5BA property,, placing firewalls to
R Acreatenine separate residential units. The building's structure consists of three wings
SOUTHEAST 1/4, SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 4 Bk approximately 3,770 to 4,800 square feet with a central section (approximately 3,650
NORTH, RANGE 10 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, Brick Home square feet) that served as the schools auditorium. This property could be used for
FLORIDA. right cross church, facility or ust rental property. Ownerwill consider alffers.MLS# 248685
more commonly known as 4332 Southwood from the Country life in a 2002
Drive, Marianna, FL 32448. built 2000 square foot
This action has been filed. against you and you Baptist College. 5417 College Dr. Graceville Manufactumdonme on
are required to serve a copy of your written de- $77,900 MLS 249127 road a g(eat place to
fense, if any, upon SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & live Located in NorthJacksonCounty closetotheAlabama State Line,
GACH, LLP, Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose ad-. B tifthis home is in a perfect spot for those who travel between Marianna
dress is 4630 Woodland Corporate Blvd,, Suite and Dothan. Call today and let us show you this beautiful home. Priced
100, Tampa, FL 33614, within thirty (30) days unique, older to sell, owner says bring all offers. MLS# 248922
after the first publication of this notice and file home located
the original with the clerk of this Court either in downtown 1995 DW Mobile Home
before service on Plaintiff's attorney or imme- on 1.26 acres. 3/2 home
diately there after; otherwise a default will be ( ip e Marianna On a quiet deadend street is this 3 BR/2 BA with large living/dining
entered against you for the relief demanded in F e a. t u r i n g area and a large family
entered against you for the relief demanded in Fe a t r i g home, plus an unheated bonus room. Cen H/A one yr old. room with fireplace. Open Kitchen with lots of cabiets Laundry
WITNESS Compland and seal of this Court on the 3B/3BA, over 3,000 sqft heated/cooled on 1+ acre lot. Oak floors, some covered with carpet. One car garage. 2 room with extra storage. Great fdfamily or for Investment. Other
7th day of May, 2014. 646 2nd Street, Chipley $144,000 MLS# 249214 metal storage buildings. Large shady lot is fenced in back. MH Lots adjacent thatmay be availabiefqr.more incote.,:
Dale RabonG uthrie Bring your Great for children or pets. $68,500 MLS #24879 :
Circuit and County Courts ................................................. ...........Springs Plantation is
horses or lcated calse to theBEAUTIFUL
By: Tammy Bailey pets. and eBlue Spdngs State Park,
Deputy Clerk en this Semiole. These lots would
be a PERFECT Place to build
Syacre a home and enjoy the Peace and tranquility Mariahna has to offer. An established
fyouar aeson win rt o pda ricipt e neith a-Subdivision, Blue Springs Plantation is a gmrowing community with homes already built
anIf you ae a person with adisability who eeds and occupied. It has a Public water system, t Undergmund Utili ies, Phone, Swer and
any accommodation in order to participate in nd uap S vhraa s i to amse gm ded ue Spo s
this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost toral Lots available to ch Located on Blue Sping Highway.
you, to the provision of certain assistance. 3BR/2BA mobile home. 5488 Blue Springs Rd.
Please contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at Marianna $59,000 MLS# 249305 Beautiful 3/2 with a
P.O. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 at (850) Move large family room! Lots
747-5338, at least seven (7) days before your rMove Nin ea ew raoof in 2014.
scheduled court appearance, or immediately re a d New Heat Pump 12/12,
upon receiving this notification if the time be- home wit renovated approx. 2004, deep lot witht woods on back (concrete
fore the scheduled appearance is less than sev- 2 BR / 2 B A markers can be seen), backs up to 120+ acre tract with planted
pine, so no neighbors behind and quiet ones all around! This home
en (7) days. If you are hearing impaired, call with loft won't be on the marketlong! MLS# 249608
711. area located
Jackson Floridian on. beautiful Greenwood 2 or 3BR/1 BA Fixer upper on paved road, Beautiful well maintained
11-221586 FC1 SPacres.6334 Stonefield Dr. on 1 acre in country. Some updates, double pone windows, 1910 Historic Home in
__ 23.05 acres. 6334 Stonefield Dr. Marianna Bonifay. It-has 5 bedrooms
$259,000 MLS# 249346 insulation in ceiling and walls. Breakfast bar between kitchen and 3 baths, 6 fireplaces
LF16081 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED ...... ........................................... and dining room. Front porch and deck on back of house ceilings are approx. 12 feet high. It also features a large detached 2 car
ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE JN c e Three pecan trees. Selling "AS IS" $29,900 MlS#249517 garage (30x40) but for your convenience there is an attached carport at
The public is hereby notified thatthe Board of B R/ 1 B A ....................................................................... the front porch. The seller is very motivated and is open to all offers. Make
County Commissioners of Jackson County, tse thi hmenow. 250000 MLS# 249141
Florida, intends to hold a public hearing to con- wn Small 2/ me in
sider the adoption of a proposed ordinance en- Rivrvie Blountstown. Nice area
titled: ub. That town and convenient to
uld veaingl This is a great
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTYyard and carport. Too cute to pass up. Very affordable at $62,000 with
COMMISSIONERS OF JACKSON COUNTY, FLORI- a great starter home or rental. 3039 Riverview payments that will be lower than rent! Don't pass this up. MLS# 249218
DA AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 2010-05 ENTI- Rd. Marianna $57,000 MLS# 249423
TLED "AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF ....................................... 4 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Home
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF JACKSON COUN- .This sting .with large fenced ya de
TY, FLORIDA AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF includes a screened porch, workshop,
GAS TAX REVENUE BOND, SERIES 2010 IN THE HUGE GARAGE deck with hot tub and a
PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED beautiful pool! Readyfor a
$10,080,000 TO FINANCE THE.COST OF THE AC- With very nice dayofrelaxation-enjoyyour
QUISITION AND CONSTRUCTION OF ROAD IM- 1 B R / 1 B A large family room plant a garden lay by the poowl.- work in your workshop.
PROVEMENTS; PROVIDING THATTHE BOND apartment and Everything is there and ready for you! Don't miss out on this home! It won't last
SHALL BE A LIMITED OBLIGATION OF THE ISSU- long. Priced to sell at $149,900. MLS# 249307
ER PAYABLE FROM CERTAIN GAS TAX REVE- vacant residential lot, all on 1.25 acres. 644 5th St. Chipley This well maintained a
NUES: PROVIDING FOR THE RIGHTS, SECURI- $249,000 MLS#249501 Marianna Approximately acre lot with 149' on isroo" 2 maaineds 3
TIES AND REMEDIES FOR THE OWNER OF THE noro at as h Jefferson zoned mixed used;ould be residential, ait been
BOND; MAKING CERTAIN COVENANTS AND 4 B R / 2 B noAt Jeerson zoned mxe USe oul residential, kithenry well maintned. has
AGREEMENTS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH; home oted apartments/duplex or business. (ity utilities. 2 BR, old kitchen waserpad a
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVID- .highlight of this home, along with many other features. The motf was replaced
PING AN EFFECTIVE DATE." TO AMEND CRTAIN in Spring house being sold "AS IS". $67,500 MLS #247182 in 2012and theCentralAirand Heatunitisonlyabout3y s.old.FormalDining
ING AN EFFECTIVE DATE." TO AMEND CERTAIN Carnd Living area, Office/Computer Room, and a great workshop garage that is
PROVISIONS IN SECTION 14 OF THE ORDI- ase Su.................... ...................... 24x20 in size In a quiet and relaxing area of Greenwood, but not too far from
NANCE; MAKING OTHER COVENANTS AND Home has ; townand shipping. $89,900MLS#249169
AGREEMENTS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH; split bedroom commercial building in It, heed
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE: ot downton n Mariannna, ust a
o and p r plan with 2 6sqft 2 se ,block from the court house or
openloor n 156 r Way, McCoy's. This building includes
in its Commission meetirg room, 2864 Madison Marianna $199,500 MLS# 249469 tora twrnsoeum shooe ad y
Street, in the City of Marianna, Florida on May space ready
27, 2014, at 6:15 p.m. Central Time, at which .for your deaigns. Largest open spa0e on to Nh side at haildi is acoessibe through a roll
time and place any and all persons desiring to includesthevacant 0t nexto thebuilding ontheNorthside.MLS# 4584
present any matter for or against said pro- 4 BR
posed ordinance may appear and be heard Indian S nterstate10and Hwy 77
with respect to the proposed ordinance. A Indian SpringsEXIT FueVConvenience
copy of the proposed ordinance is available for Sub.. Tis trein excellent location
inspection by the public at the County Adminis- 2627 sqfto capitalize on Highway
77 beach access traffic.
trator's Office, County Administration Building, home is very 2000 square foot of retail space and two fuel islands are ready for
2864 Madison Street, Mafianna, Florida. pous with an open floorpn nd higheiig 5190 an enterprising operator. Property is in the county where alcohol sales
Srpanan igh ceiings. are possible seven days a week. Over 6000 vehicles pass this location
DATED this May 16, 2014 Clubhouse Dr. Marianna $265,000 MLS# 249317 Nice, well maintained, 2BR/2BA home in city, near tr FDOT.Oni t25.900 MLS# 248836
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Nice 3BR/2BA schools, hospital and shopping. Playhouse in back with eneld Subdivision Thi
JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA oe i air could i office Metal Ti
By:/s/Chuck Lockey home including window air ud be offe, ec Metal storage building carn be your property tobuid
Hon. Chuck Lockey, Chairman formal living Chain link fenced front yard and privacy fencing in yourDREAM HOME on. Located
and dining back. Ask for Ora. $75,000 MLS #249639 inaveaynicesubdivision, ose
to town and schools. No clearing needed just beautiful grass. Underground electric is
~LFl6OO room and large aready there. Public water and sewer available. There are very nice homes already in
F16080this lovely subdivision. Drive by and see this great place to build yours. MLS# 249655
The School Board of Jackson County will re- family room.___
ceive bids in the bids in the office of the Super- Beautiful partially fenced backyoard for your pets! 1034 8th .This very nice 3/2 2004
intendent of Schools until Wednesday, May 28, Ave, Graceville $95,000 MLS# 248759 lca velier MobilseH Home is
2014 @ 9:30 a.m. at which time they will be l approximately close t tow
publicly opened and tabulated for: Beautifully u umiles from a public boat
landing at Merritts Mill Pond. Some repairs needed. Property is very private
14- Extmerintig erisand the only home on this road. Just walk down the road to Meritts Mill Pond!
14-01 Exterminating Services 4 BR / 2 B A Priced AS IS which makes it a very good deal on this home. MLS# 248807
Bid forms may be picked up at the Jackson lakefront home Separte ln on
County School Board Facilities Office located at on Compass Three buildings Marianno 01d store building, house and garage Blue Springs Highway
2971 GuytonStreet, Marianna, Florida, 32446, lake. Enoy oportment on acre MOL Roads on 3 sides (2 are poved) zoned 1Acre Lot on Old U S Hwy north of Hwy 162 $10,000
during the normal working hours of 8:30 a.m. breathtaking commercial. Would be good for apartments, auto repair, H/A 10BeautifulAcres onRiverRoad nearLakeSeminole$40,000
4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. views of the loke and offernoon sunsets from your own back conditioning business, edt. Lots of room for parking or expansion. 5 Acres off Sweat Pond Road $22,000
/The Board reserves the right to reject any or all porch. 423 Lokeshore Dr. Alford $450,000 ML5# 249097 Selling "as is". $95,000 MLS #248793 1 Acre Comerlot on paved mrad in Compass Lake $6,000

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Call Us For All Your 4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446 4630 Hwy. 90 Marlanna, FL 32446
Real Estate Needs Cresh Harrison, Broker 850-482-1700 Ech Ofce (5 inde .ntl On.d n ted Eah Ocla Ind tly Owed Opr2t
Move-in ready, bickislone 2268'. Stay B Realtor 85. 731990 SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER
3/2 near Cottondale, 1-10 and
US23O. FR has vaulted ceiling, 2268'. 1.TPat FurrH S W II* llfIPWeO i6
m y .'i. lace Julie Miles, Realtor 8506933435 at Fu rr 21 unnsoa
carpeted bdrms w/are walk-in Realtor Ouida Morris
cdr CO pup- 850.209.8071 REALTOR"
car garage, screened patio. 30x50 BrokerlOwner
metal ba/shop. 1820 craft studio, chicken coop, all w/electric. A new 20x38 covered COMPLETY REMOOELLEn 4/1. Br rO er
carport. Pecan fruit tees. 3.91 ence and ross enced acres. Price $23900 LS 29582 850-209-4705
Maone aea 225 floors, electrical wiring, plumbing, i/io = Pe rfc tIN for nature
rMalone area 22.5of & well. Updated bathrooms drrgwioel tie n e
beautiful farmland with a 31 and eat in kitchen, new cabinets, ,e i aked pdaed 10 to i l h011 n e
ranch style home. Plenty of countertop & appliances! Sunroom & t surroUdin ilde fr this
rem for farming or to raise overlooking backyard! MLS 249431 2 nice cozy bedroom home
cattle. Property is on the edge of the Alabama line, which makes it convenient to / loc0 ted on one acre.
Dothan, or to Malone/arianna. Home is in the process of getting new looring/ MIS# 249502 $33,000 MLS# 249457. o 66,000.
painting in the bedrooms. Buyer is motivated. Price $114,000 MLS#249620 VERY ATTRACTIVE S ALFORD 457 This home$66,000.
-HOME INSIDE AND N OUTM a3m, I-na26 h.. Ae E -'. LFORD This home
=ib Sa a, 2= ms T in lhe couni i is like new,
S4/3 1/2 with almost 2700 Hr r k d ree/ the country is like new,
Potential commercial sq ft under air! Relax.on ovd &na -,9 Thel4 e b 'a tter m dsb
node ,sitC=onsazrg Kce Atwtched double garage and

aelot of 1.t2 pret (3 el Ple ntyr wlcnsi ow spacn g yoIT O W mcco ie 850 95 oes Hme h v
operty in the Citp of nwood. ot o obit ried isand and r i a ar c ted 0Sae room or Co @aon 3e.m n Man -OW
to sell o bngyour best offe Prce $40000 MLS# 2 49570 5bedroom ndhalf bath over the detached garage. MS i
gPERFECT COUTRY HOMERi eCn0 Hon3eri I r kt e excellent. le rear ded i vaey
N ce secluded 20 2 acres! RelaxoteLareFomt o ZWo. Them b o ond
acre tracte There are tpoarch with a private settibngooo
no deed Nestr ictions. LarNge Ktchn with Huge pantry M # 2491075 *1 MLS# 249595 $125,000.

trees. Country living at its best! Drive by to2day! Price P n acres on 7 with & 2 11MARIANA-Youwilhe
ts wooded t act o9 widorkshopve ben oreplaced Home 'F MALONE Do. le lle lienty of stin m in this 4 rlmo
land would be ideal for a beautiful home or it would make an with double pane windows! Cormunoi of Cmal o Gordwn. ThUi oa seW fome thsah os
excellent hunting spot. Seller will consider ownen fnancine meg cew/ o weeonw0mn e ke 9S539mfes y Home has to very
with 1/2 down. Bring all offers! Price $4 ,500 MLS# 249581 OREATBRICK H OMEON 3 ACRES! lrrinde wenrsr oo voM Oin
Bodge wo1-Pn closetERin mFECT CedrooOE nice feanures infauding my
Sa. 3/2 w ith several up 17dates. Windows wr nCHATHOCHEE H garden tu s beu; ife nd morel
extrs __ncl _ingaretcNa _nic d _e_ alwand yC wre replaced in2000. Metal nice tw saiti and ore teo minad

roo kidin combo, large bdrms & baths, new heat pump, Wood erooingo eplace in the om p oi 1l a.
oRIME L TION L ae n roowi lkeepyowintI e MLS# 2494737 $5000. MLS# 249565 $149,900.
OThis pYro r h s Nwinter night! Storage shed in back with NJ McCoy,
oThis property has 2 lean-tis. Sold AS-IS.MLS 249234
over 100' of Hwy 90 Realtore Bevely Thomas
road frontage andR L ENJOY HOT SUMMERS Ce Il.(850)73.698
a total of 1.23 acres (3 par ies). Plenty of space for your IN THE POOL. Lovely 3/2 www.emcoy 850 2-521
business. Property is currently leased month-to-month and home with 2063 sq fro t.h o
does not convey woith land. Drive by toy iand en!vision your lae o ar11'o for lt. emccoy0w 5yahoo.1om
business here! Price $249,0 00 MLS# 2419640 Large acre corner lot.
3 as a -- 25x5_ stel ws o Beautiful wood Floors in cludiNA f- rrol e
MAasI Living -ro oam PlsA MIC U ENNA f y
Main livings areas! Family ,bbedroo n ble home nr locoted dose need more space his is the
This 10 acres Room with French Doors overloo g oo l area! in o town on Irs F6eou reode omeforye l Beioutiful pdoted
itwnld make a Formal Dining Rm, pluseat in kitchen! Prieced to SELL. rl rooms, f&l e, doubsl home with 5 bedr h ms, newer
ibeautifu home rRATCUNR witt wht1 stoage shed, greenhwwe, applionces, newer windows- nd
beautiful GREAT CtiUNeTRr fio eoipmoloesockd moth more. Youmustseell

rtrees. Coun ng t its best! Drive ice --on2 acres oHw atey MARIANNA- .. .... wl .
site. Nice natural woodsaincluding!sooeoniceFoaD4 .5Dko rihome un wi4 tohejst
MLS# 249579 workshop Open floor plan H 9MALONE- Lion r o pMeny o u kl oi wis h ee
O with breakfast bar in kitchen, hoNeul 3 boedmrLomsoned in te some o u irs ad c in theda r
gSuilt in entertainment-center in courntyon 20 omes. Some feassto c0anhy. Homeh too many spedol
Southern plantation the family room. Home needs oedude wood in0g in irepe, lots femturesr o mnoionfl Cat Boely
style home in saome updates but would make ofmTCrineisoitdten tddmdinfmnt otoday and lake your oppohinnte.
prestigious indian fthe perfect home or rentalo b PRICE REDUCED
t4/2.5 home has PDWMH O 2l1ACREOT. S ML Sd# 249567 $75,000.2 R 2I eo T
waterfront view of Lake Osceola.arge porches /many 3/O with ver 1700 A
extras, including large itche, largeLR and wide hallways. ft uder air! Verynice w r o o ad
doesvr & honewl ur homeyw ith 2063me soh Ifist. ofmph enpoy-e .
Enjoy an in-ground pool ws/new liner and deck. Too mudh to Kitchen with appliances! loactet sot comet Flot To town. You weonl the- nfleal d tsoot
ulist! Priced at $183,500 MLS# 2448285 L Thhe m eed1s me e me n pr
MBeoue ra i d Mee dmewly. Don't irmGi te
ready, need remodeling, but can -I I tsroughoutlhehome.tolllEMCoy, i m, dllBeveodoy,850.20 521l"
this 3/2 home has be the perfect home fDr 850573~6198forpey ono iing. st 248415 M $154,900.
laminate hardwood your family! MLS 248418 MLS# 249553 0 $181,000.
floors, large great LOCATE ON MERRITS CAR ILLE- Rn s MARANNA a
drms & s, new heat pump, LL PON Coz 21 with home lcted on 6.43 crea, 3 m ea lspeg pmpety
room, kit/di combo, large 1080 overlooking akle bedrooms, 2.5 baths, sp aduc inodudsfa sor yo gBge wil pte
2-car garage, landscaped yard with fenced backyard. Closeto Large Backyard witht dEck raoms, brdck fireplace ondso much of tht would mkea icem er
tate and town. Price ML# 247791 prfect for r Kitchen ore inside and ouside. You mst retohokupRndspace
site WTFO ONa sdateal Lining room and justofishtpond. lLSa 247494 $130,000.
WATERFRONT ON Master bed1oom overlook MLS# 249473 $155,000. MLS# 248935 $89,000.
MERRiTS MILL POND! the waterl Fireplace in living
Retreat from everyday room MLS t24aces Hy7509
presaure to this relaxing o i Je n Sims ed
unique waterfront -GRACEVILLE CITY LIMITSt Cecil Powell
home with gorgeous views. This 3/2 has big wiedow views from Nice 3/2 with almost Realtor m Re ad or
each bedroom, new carpet, bat dock, a dock, 2 workshos, pavd 1900 so tl Front porch o r
waiting enttr ti nme nt centeri country as all

swin etc B Allffers!Price 00 MLS# 24162 Family roos o ns
throughout main tivino
arhael Living rooomomud woo d281 H M pdl07 MARIANNA Large
,-a 4as Fdmity room! Apnliance u0stonding 26At re, Commnet residential lot on rpved rad
show m stay Fireplace in Living Wtofnt Parce oning on be Cmpass Lake in the Hills.
mthod eD e ter the: 1:1- Roam. Located on 3/4 acrel U.S. H 90 ond Mefs Mill swm inguds all omeoities,
f ."e [] surl, e, Ig 0Pond. Peteot Locafion fora Wotr ase in2lades aulhemeo
rJpo a o bed O ew/large mu -purpose room. Priced 4/3.5 Brick hmoSwith nimmingeand more!
at 289 e MLS# 248914 2300 sq ft under air located on 2 S 249648 o $335,195 0 MIS# 248708 $5,000.
1x,23 acr Below grsargeund Pooe t MAR a r NA w eneok
tHere is an with nice patio area! W yod WIrOoom AND eo 3.4 oi ht
opportunity to burning fireplace, Huge Kitchen ROUND LAKE AREA- hkmdeede ucce to baugfl Sleer
with center island! Large Nicuemoihlehomeon2oA creoft d Loke. Some features ee ost
own 20 acres Family room with formal Living lend, boted on Mill Pond Rd. neet to and ttoptlder smysfe,home built toY
in Grand Ridge and Dining! Needs some TLC. aeh fati Kent Mille owf oa oi 4 wihutond 160hph wind preesreo nie
of nice, mostly wolng, wottlerughot inFh h ae. wohohpa ndyelynndrapive.
high and dry, wooded property! Not far from DOWNTOWNS 248634 $65,000 MS 249596 $150,000.
town. Call-today! Price $50,000 MLS# 248919- CHATTAHOOCEE Lovely PONCEDEdLEON-Ifn m
flos lr1/2, 2 story home with M t Rh sTAhiiNN AREA-W tOi
over 1900 sq ft under air. The OEal Beosule site wlobe In oh !eege and o 3 bedrom home
SThis 0716 sf. home haa MloorIand all other3 bedrComs 2/1 with lheowolocte on 6A ar,3aingque lowadokdisio prereanm
roa -im l & new roof, heat pump, are upstairs. This home sits ore ne rintase olge .wtwodakp, 23 sn pood and
widows, hot water on a hill or a corner lotl/ Very r plese qei wd snre noton r entire prmpr i fenced.
heater & newly upgraded private yard. Newer home with HdOn eflrlfo, heereThi eOdeotphe!
shskitchen. Beautiful all theextras. MLS #248849 Mm# 249508 $159,900 ML#S 249343 $199,900
bamboo hardwood floors. Has 2 hdrms hut can easily be reverted back to- FOU AIN ud yur
3bdrms. o a 25x35 steel workshop as concrete Iluor, roll-up door & 220 GREAT POSSIBILITIES in s retalrement at vool.ATand lame ye
wired. Also a lOx12 concrete floor garden shed. Fenced-in backyard. Too this 4/2 Brick home with l2GE RESIDEN9IL LOT NEATOWN! thitreelot oitisnet farfom
uniqell, ] Homeste on upper
much to bistI Price $ 0 MLS# 249343 -almost 1300 sq ft. Open floor do I,!o n eso 0 u r shopping and about 25 miles to
"plan. Large 1 acre lot located end Meryitns Mill Pond. CountyoWoe. Ponuma oty Bench. Located ijst
at the cul-de-sac stfeet. Owner Fino ncingd oihe. off well maintained county mad.
Highly visible on Hwy 71, for Fian7t63
12000+ sq ft metal bldg. Home being sold in the AS-IS MLS# 249626 $12,000.
display room, parts display L E BT H DbI oI S a
counter, tallsign pole out LARGE 32.5 BATH HOME Debbie Roneys R tor Brenda Morgan
front, Ig warehouse space in back w/roll-up doors, partially fenced, allwith aprox 2356 s t and 850-209-8039
en 7 acres w/add' properly of up to 140+ acres. Property has numerous wit ac r a8090
poteniase Pcd at$45 o MLS#24733 on e1.50 acres! Family room, debbie.roney@century21.com9 Relo000
open kitchen with Breakfast Voted brenda.morgan
CATTLE FARM!!! 121 Aroa. Frmal Living roomand Realtor of the Year 2013 century2l .com
acres, mostly all Dining Reoml There is a den
with the hurf bath that coald 70 aaser epll by road P o beauotifurreraenrl lt
ownas ywobe used as another Bedraom and is in half woods & L. Sowr fet wnr bncluArdsei
one large barn with (no closet). MLS #249289 half croplnd. Propnety tramdosinmertesrdeby O ma
storage buildings, fenced and cross fenced, two fish ponds and a 2 I1 North C 'oe urr os. bwedland 1 dp.rere kierI
bedroom 1 bath farm house. This is a working cattle farm. Make an ENJOY BEAUTIFUL SU C dtll o iance Rdb wanOnrp noed.a
appointment today! Priced at $450,000 MLS# 247991 ON SUN LAKE. 2/2 With in Jackson County. AE- AFNPNCE, DE LEO -rsiIfy
S-aprox 1344 Sq Ft. Screened MLS# 249594 w $168,000 MLS# 248846 andhy a3berom home
Thi 1530' medical office porch overlooakinog water. CMima n S .D,, EAIsFt MOh N ~
complex is close to th Located on 1.35 acres. Sun inamc In lIra .s senadsweu Wto MeHndma npeastlrM e
hospital. Renovated w/ Lake is an 80 acre Bass Lake. eor ponrl iso be eden CHIPLs.rlOde ,a 1~kM
new metal roof. Has Pier snd dockto fish on! New home. Brick honl home wl th c a lare-w orkshop, 2- areo. phor an
w5 exam rms, 3 baths, on market so call today for lwood bumin fireplace in aanih .d 0r sFesIation.1l
waiting area; check-In area and Exec. Office. Currently leased month- peoen. Chain lin v ferna aiand ,.aiehdt blh
t-mn Exc. income producer ose for yer own business! Price L 5wre. hrNeenowwhiveneid meropo ,d=isecd
t$137,500 MLS# 240eu10ul9 teLARGE FAMILY mS# 2495028 $29,900 MLS# 249589 -

11 ACRES with a 2-3 home with a 3 car -wilhsmallhorutryjb'm. 7 rr, so
BD/1-2 BA home or garage on 2.24 -acresMOL22yearsoiMrOL eoncd!daasttd =lfesnh es o
office building that acres. Over 2900 bplanted pines recena bee r e 9.25 F aN d AdI -loud,
-ftelri a ft a argo been thinned. Central H/AC. I ,xd, bud p i o
Lreosddc!Gao nt ds seome 2L5C oe living room, formal Back yard ahc'ed by hge GAaO4rO.metonpin drm dM-
Large outside deck a Great potential and ra must see location dining room and oak ree. Room fo gorde,. 2494o
in Cottondale! Bring all offers! Price$116900 MLS#247834 21x16 Family room. Hardwood floors thru out MLS# 249609 A $59,900 mL# 249467 u $13,90
2.34acres- Hwy 7,Maanna, FL- $18,900 RSAE RETAIL SAPCE Peca Trees in Malon e.
4 Iots-Mashbum Rd., Mananna, FL $12,000/e POers started rMaonevai y own mowie foterty canl ef
o30.62 acres-PeoserRd., Mardanna, FL- $69,500 in 2008. Put in new 1woniamcelfa he-lolarmgtudeer
.92 acre- lvia DriveMarianna, FL- $16,900 ,'ndows, elecricol 00mng, mine.PoedmuoodocussilkWedd
*3acres-LakeSeminoleRd.,Sneads,FL-$50,000 nd intsui teI the wolls. Bo 231 te= ao0
13 acres-Hwy90- $174,500 i ii I r ML$# 248272 YOU FINISH FOR 529 900 MIS# 249345 $6,000

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