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Jackson County Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Vol. 91 No. 89

Two men charged after chase that led to crash
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER Williams of Bristol. Deputies accelerate and weave from one started following the pink car side of the lane to the other in A driver who ran into the he was driving because of a tip a careless manner. The car was woods to elude police after a that a wanted per- clocked at speeds of more than
traffic crash was son with an active 90 miles an hour, officials said.
captured shortly warrant was in a The car 'continued west until after the crash, car matching the turning south onto Reddoch which had oc- description, ac- Road as investigators pursued curred while au- cording to a press with lights and sirens activated.
thorities were release from the Just west of the Lawrence Road pursuing the car Peteron Jackson County intersection, officers conducted Williams on Reddoch Road. Sheriffs Office. a "pit" maneuver in an attempt
The passenger, While eastbound, officers saw to get the car stopped. At that
who stayed with the vehicle, was it traveling west on Blue Springs, point, it left the roadway .and DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN also taken into custody so they turned around to pur- struck an electric utility pole. A Jackson County investigator escorts Roosevelt Darrell Peterson to a The driver was identified as sue, according to the release. patrol car, taking him into custody after a chase-related traffic crash in 35-year-old Charlie Lee Jeromy Officials say the car began to See CHASE, Page 8A which Peterson was a passenger.

Chipola River

rises with rain

From staff reports the Chipola is 19 feet.
Exercise all caution along
The Chipola River had the river's edge and se reach 19.96 feet as of 5 cure all property there. UNDER SCRUTINY p.m. Friday. If you are in a low-lyAt. that time, the river ing area subject to flood- was expected to reach ing, officials advise, you 21.2 feet by 7 p.m. Satur- should evacuate to avoid day. The flood stage for being trapped.

Traffic stop leads

to drug charge
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER and another sandwich
bag that held nine small
A traffic stop near Dell- jewelry bags with about 6 wood led to the arrest of a total grams of powder coGrand Ridge man on mul- caine inside those.
tiple charg- Investigators also say
es Tuesday. they found an unlabeled
Accord- prescription bottle in
ing to a the bag that contained
press re- about 70 pieces of crack
lease from cocaine with a collective
the Jack- approximate street value
Smith son County of $1,400.
Drug Task When they searched the
Force, 31-year-old Travis car, the officers reportDaniel Smith was pulled edly found another small over for an unspecified jewelry bag in the center traffic violation. console that contained KRISTIE CLOUD/ FLORIDAN
Bill Stanton, executive director of the Jackson County Development Council, speaks about the Spanish Trail Commerce Officials report that he powder cocaie. Park site during a Jackson County Commission workshop Thursday night in Marianna. threw a black object out Officials say Smith was of the passenger-side . on state probation at the window during the stop. time of his arrest Tuesday. Residents in area say workshop was long overdue Investigators who recov- He is charged with pos-.
ered the item report that session of a controlled BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER the city of Marianna, Gulf Power to go but onto the neighboring it was a zippered bag, substance, possession of and Jackson County Development properties, potentially flooding found on the ground near crack cocaine with intent Council are currently working to- them in rainy days to come. Noise the passenger side of the to distribute, tampering The unknowns are many, the ex- gether to achieve several goals that and visual impacts are also of con- vehicle. with evidence, resistpense is massive, and the stakes add up to one overall aim: getting cern, and an overall unwelcome Officials say the found a ing an officer without are high as Jackson County pur- the land certified as "shovel ready" shift in the nature of the neighbor- sandwich bag containing violence, and violation of sues a dream project .that might by a nationally recognized firm fre- hood is another big fear. about 4 grams of cocaine state probation. one day result in development that quently by such companies as they After they received letters recent- - .- - could bring hundreds of high-pay- look for new setup locations. Those ly that'land-use changes were pro- accused of ing jobs in the automotive or other working on that goal say there is no posed for the neighboring project industry. set project on the horizon and that site as part of this economic develThelandassociatedwiththisproj- it could be years before one mate- opment effort, adjacent landownect is situated on a wetland-dotted rializes. On the other hand, prepar- ers became alarmed. The plan is d 1,200 acres that touch on Old Span- ing now could draw them sooner, to ultimately change the allowable B ish Trail and other bordering roads planners point out. uses on some of the involved lands near and southeast of Marianna. With planning for this certifica- to industrial instead of the current BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER ties were called to the Land-use changes, the develop- tion project still in the early stages, agriculture and conservation uses couple's apartment on ment of utilities and the construc- and with no guarantee that an au- exclusively allowed. Their fears A Marianna man has Kent Drive late Thursday. tionofaccessroads are some of the tomotive concern is the only pos- escalated, too, when they viewed been charged with ag- The alleged victim was ultimate tasks involved in prepar- sible tenant or potential owner of some .of the preliminary docu- g r a vat e d "shaking and visibly uping the site for such a future, the lands,-questions abound in the ments associated with the project. battery on set," authorities reported, The land in question was chosen community surrounding it. Emo- They began calling ther county a pregnant when she met the invesin part because it has ready; ac- tions are in turmoil over the effect commissioners. Some felt blind- w o m a n tigating Marianna Police cess to rail, Interstate 10 and U.S. the potential development could sided by those letters and say they after alleg- Department officers who 90, and because it lies close to the have on their quality of life and on had heard little or nothing about edly hit- responded to her call for county's primary commercial hub their property values. They've ex- the certification process being pur- ting and help just, before 11:30 at State Road 73 in Marianna and pressed concerns, more specifical- sued, despite it having been report- Gibson c h o k i n g p.m. When officers arjust southeast of town. ly, about such things as water run- ed in various media. the wonian rived at the apartment To make it more attractive to off. Many feared that developing A workshop was subsequently who is carrying his child. with Gibson still inside, automotive companies or other enough space for a factory in the scheduled, and was held Thursday Adrian Gibson, 24, was he would not initially significant job creators as a poten- area would cover so much ground charged with the domestial business location, the county, that rainwater would have no place See PROJECT, Page 7A tic offense after authori- See DOMESTIC, Page 8A


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JACKSON COUNTY Cornunity Calendar

F L O R ID A N TODAY , Jackson County School District Preschool and and how to achieve them. Plans to form an additional ) 56th Annual Bailey Reunion - 12:30 p.m. Mag- Early Head Start Registration - 1-3 p.m. Cotton- writing critiquing group are scheduled. Public and Publisher - Valeria Roberts nolia Baptist Church. All friends and family invited, dale Elementary School. Preschool Registration is for members are welcome. children who are three or four years old on or before ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting - 8-9 )) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion September 1, 2014. Bring child's birth certificate, p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski - 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist social security card and proof of all family income 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed discussion Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance to registration. Packets are available at school with 12 & 12 study.
limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking. sites or the Early Childhood Programs Office. Bring CONTACT US completed forms to registration. Call 482-1266 if you
Telephone: 850-526-3614 MONDAY, MAY 5 have any questions. WEDNESDAY, MAY 7
FAX: 850-482-4478 a Jackson County School District Preschool and ) Jackson County School District Preschool a Baptist College of Florida Senior Honor's Day
Email: Early Head Start Registration - 1-3 p.m. Graceville and Early Head Start Registration- 1-3 -10 a.m. R. G. Lee Chapel. Public welcome.
Street Address: Elementary School. Preschool Registration is for the Early Head Start Center in Marianna. Preschool n Annual Sunland Retirees Luncheon - 10:30 children who are three or four years old on or before Registration is for children who are three or four a.m. Oaks Restaurant please RSVP by May 1to 4403 Constitution Lane September 1, 2014. Bring child's birth certificate, years old on or before September 1, 2014. Early Head Theresa.Merchant at 526-5107 or Barbara Peacock
Marianna, FL 32448 social security card and proof of all family income Start Registration is for children who are two years at 482-2881. Door prizes appreciated.
Office Hours: to registration. Packets are available at school old or younger on or before September 1, 2014. (Must
Weekdays; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. sites or the Early Childhood Programs Office. Bring register at Early Childhood Center only for Early Head Bo Early Learning Coalition of Northwest Florida Start). Bring child's birth certificate, social security Board of Directors Meeting - 11a.m. One Stop completed forms to registration. Call 482-1266 if you Start). Bring child's birth certificate, social security Center, Community conference, 4636 U.S. 90, MISS YOUR PAPER? have any questions. card and proof of all family income to registration. Marianna.
Packets are available at school sites or the Early
You should receive your newspaper no later a Jackson County School District Preschool Childhood Programs Office. Bring forms to registra- a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting - Noon than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- and Early Head Start Registration - 1-3 p.m. at tion. Call 482-1266 if you have any questions. to 1lp.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
tion between 6 a.m. and noon. Tuesday to the Early Head Start Center in Marianna. Preschool Church, 29010aledonia Marianna.
Registration is for children who are three or four )Jackson County School District Preschool and Church, 2901Caledonia St. in Mariann. Friday, and 7 a.m. to lIa.m. on Sunday. The years old on or before September 1, 2014. Early Head Early Head Start Registration - 1-3 p.m. Graceville ) Jackson County School District Preschool and Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Start Registration is for children who are two years Elementary School. Preschool Registration is for Early Head Start Registration - 1-3 p.m. Cottonis published Tuesday through Friday and old or younger on or before September 1, 2014. (Must children who are three or four years old on or before dale Elementary School. Preschool Registration is for Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid register at Early Childhood Center only for Early Head September 1, 2014. Bring child's birth certificate, children who are three or four years old on or before at Marianna, FL. Start). Bring child's birth certificate, social security social security card and proof of all family income to September 1, 2014. Bring child's birth certificate, card and proof of all family income to registration, registration. Packets are available at school sites or social security card and proof of all family income SUBSCRIPTION RATES Packets are available at school sites or the Early the Early Childhood Programs Office. Bring forms to to registration. Packets are available at school
Childhood Programs Office. Bring completed forms registration. Call 482-1266 if you have any questions. sites or the Early Childhood Programs Office. Bring Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 to registration. Call 482-1266 if you have any ques- )) Jackson County School District Preschool completed forms to registration. Call 482-1266 if you for three months; $62.05 for six months; tions. and Early Head Start Registration - 1-3 p.m. have any questions. and $123.45 for one year. All prices include ) Jackson County School District Preschool Grand Ridge Schdol. Preschool Registration is for ) Jackson County School District Preschool applicable state and local taxes. Mail and Early Head Start Registration - 1-3 p.m. children who are three or four years old on or before and Early Head Start Registration - 1-3 p.m. at subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Grand Ridge School. Preschool Registration is for September 1, 2014. Bring child's birth certificate, the Early Head Start Center in Marianna. Preschool subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; children who are three or four yeaIs old on or before social security card and proof of all family income to Registration is for children who-are three or four $92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one September 1, 2014. Bring child's birth certificate, registration. Packets are available at school sites or years old on or before September 1, 2014. Early Head year. social security card and proof of all family income the*Early Childhood Programs Office. Bring forms to Start Registration is for children who are two years to registration. Packets are available at school registration. Call 482-1266 if you have any questions. old or younger on or before September 1, 2014. (Must sites or the Early Childhood Programs Office. Bring ) Jackson County School District Preschool and register at Early Childhood Center only for Early Head All subscriptionsto the Jackson County completed forms to registration. Call 482-1266 if you Early Head Start Registration - 1-3 p.m. Malone Start). Bring child's birth certificate, social security Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving have any questions. School. Preschool Registration is for children who card and proof of all family income to registration. Day for which there is a premium charge. )) Employability Workshop "Job Search Eti- are three or four years old on or before September Packets are available at school sites or the Early
quette" - 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. 1, 2014. Bring child's birth certificate, social security Childhood Programs Office. Bring completed forms ADVERTISING Workshop is facilitated by a Certified Motivational card and proof of all family income to registration. to registration.
The advertiser agrees that the publisher Career Coach. Workshop is free of charge and open Packets are available at school sites or the Early ) Jackson County School District Preschool and shall not be liable for damages arising to the public. Visit to register for Childhood Programs Office. Bring forms to registra- Early Head Start Registration - 1-3 p.m. Graceville out of errors and advertisements beyond this informative workshop. tion. Call 482-1266 if you have any questions. Elementary School. Preschool Registration is for the amount paid for the space actually n City Jacob Regular Council meeting - 6 p.m. n Employability Workshop "Mock Interviewing" children who are three or four years old on or before occupied by that portion of the advertise- Jacob City hall. Public welcome. - 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. Workshop is September 1, 2014. Bring child's birth certificate, ments in which the error occurred, whether facilitated by a Certified Motivational Career Coach. social security card and proof of all family income mensu inich th error s oce ther Workshop is free of charge and open to the public. to registration. Packets are available at school sites such error is due to the negligence of the TUESDAY, MAY 6 Visit to register for this informa- or the Early Childhood Programs Office. Bring compublisher's employees or otherwise, and a St. Anne Thrift Store - 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. Anne's tive workshop, pleted forms to registration. there shall be not liability for non-inser- Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Welcome Jackson County Tobacco-Free Partnership n Jackson County School District Preschool and tion of any advertisement beyond the donations: house hold items, clothing and jewelry. Meeting - 4:30 p.m. in Marianna High School media Early HeadStart Registration - 1-3 p.m. Malone amount paid for such advertisement. This Proceeds go to help less fortunate. Call 482-3734. room. Those interested are encouraged to attend. School. Preschool Registration is for children who newspaper will not knowingly accept or ) Optimist Club of Jackson County M Marianna Commission Meeting 6 p.m. in are three or four years old on or before September C ounty.:: :y en g - 1 i ,p 9 2014. Bring child's birth certificate, social security publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- - Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., City Hall, 2898 Green St., Marianna. Public welcome. card and proof of all family income toregistration. ing which expresses preference based on Marianna. Call 718-1001. Packets are available at school sites or the Early legally protected personal characteristics is a Sewing Circle -1 p.m. at Jackson CountySenior n Writing Center Meeting - 6-8 p.m. at Jackson Childhood Programs Office. Bring completed forms not acceptable. Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call 482- County Public Library. Group will briefly review past to registration. Call 482-1266 if you have any ques5028. - achievements and focus on individual writing goals tions. HOW TO GET YOUR
NEWS PUBLISHED The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan P O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, The Jackson County Floridan will publish 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 Police Roundup events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, Marlanna police for May 1, the latest available service call, one K-9 deploy- in controlled substance (coanniversary and birth announcements. Department report: One hospice death ment, one criminal registration, caine), tampering with evidence, Forms are available at the Floridan offices. , one stolen one welfare check, two trans- possession of drug parapherPhotographs must be of good quality and The Marianna Police De- vehicle, three ports and one threat/harass- nalia, fleeing or attempting to suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the partment listed the following.. abandoned ment complaint. elude a law enforcement officer, right to edit all submissions, incidents for May 1, the latest E vehicles, four resisting an officer without available report: One miss- *,---. reckless drivers, Jackson County violence, violation of state GETTING IT RIGHT ing juvenile, two abandoned eight suspi- Corrnectional Facility probation.
The Jackson County Floridan's policy vehicles, one suspicious vehicle, cious vehicle reports, one )) James Revels, 30, 5902 Coast is to correct mistakes promptly. To one suspicious incident, three clothing escort, one highway The following persons were Guard Road, Malone, driving report an error, please call 526-3614 suspicious persons, one physical obstruction, one burglary, one booked into the county jail dur- while license suspended or Monday-Friday. disturbance, one verbal distur- physical disturbance, one verbal ing the latest reporting periods: revoked-2nd offense.
bance, two traffic stops, two disturbance, two prowlers, 16 n Brittany Ledford, 23, 1101 B Adrian Gibson, 24, 4367 Kent S ~follow-up investigations, two as- medical calls, one burglar alarm, Green Tree Court, Tallahassee, Drive (Apt. 5D), aggravated saults, five property checks, one five traffic stops, three larceny violation of state probation, hold battery on a pregnant female threat/harassment complaint, complaints, two civil disputes, for Jefferson Co. (domestic). and three home security checks. one trespass complaint, one )) Roosevelt Peterson, 30, 5637 follow-up investigation, four Henry Way, Greenwood, traf- Jail Population: 192 Jackson County animal complaints, one disabled ficking in controlled substance Sheriff's Office car, one fraud complaint, nine ' (cocaine), tampering with To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers property checks, three assists of evidence, possession of drug at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement The Jackson County Sheriffs motorists or pedestrians, two as- paraphernalia, agency. Office and county fire/rescue sists of other agencies, one child n Charlie Williams, 34, 19004 To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888I JCFLOR IDAN.COM reported the following incidents abuse complaint, one public State Road 12, Bristol, trafficking 404-FWCC (3922).


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Many people today face loneliness Engagements

P ower, success and feelings deep inside. However, one of the sad- want to be treated. One A lderm an, M elvin riches are what A lonely person isn't al- dest situations for anyone of the serious side effects
J many people wish ways easy to to deal with is to be at the of loneliness is boredom. , far. But life has many recognize. later stages of life without Boredom has been instrutwists and turns, and the Th o u g h family support or friends mental in many crimipowerful, rich and suc- a person they can count on. That's nal activities, especially cessful can end up being spends a lot why it's so important to among the young folks. among those in another of their time show respect and kind- As parents, we should category in life - the around a ness to each other in our encourage . children to lonely. Thomas group of families, and to those we get involved in positive
Loneliness is something Vincent people, if meet during the course activities while they're many people face, yet MIurphy they have of our lives as children, young. By doing so, it will very few actually admit it nothing in youths and adults. When leave less time for them to affects them. The interest- common with those folks, we don't respect others be lonely or bored. Books, ing thing about it is that they could still feel a void or treat people properly radio, television, magamany of the most outgo- in their life. Anyone in any early in life, there's a good zines and newspapers ing people in public life age group who doesn't possibility .we won't be are good entertainment are also among the loneli- have a close family sup- respected or treated well and for passing time, but est. Everyone doesn't have port system or a relation- during our later years. nothing compares to the the outgoing personality ship with someone is a It's important that we support and companionit takes to make friends, good candidate for the remember throughout ship family and friends so they keep most of their "lonely club." life to treat others as we can bring. Mr. Jason Randall Jimmy and Pat Suggs of Alderman and Mrs. Barbara Clarksville, Florida and Mary

HSAs offer opportunity to utilize medical IRA e e
June Alderman, are pleased to Melvin and the late Thomas L.

marriage of their daughter, Brent graduated from Melvin "...some's got wealth, on Line 25 of tax' Form arise, the account owner ance premiums with HSA Mary Elizabeth Alderman, to Home School in 2008, some's got health." 1040. The HSA contri- pays the costs directly funds. Withdrawals for Brent Emanuel Melvin, son of Colldge in 2010 with his AA
"Money, Marbles and Chalk" b u t i o n s from the HSA account. nonmedical expenses are Mr. and Mrs. David Henry degree, and the University of
by Pop Eckler constitute No taxes are due on the subject to regular income Melvin of Marianna. Florida, with his BS degree in a desirable distribution, and there is tax, which is no different Mary Beth is the Civil Engineering, cum laude, An increasing number "above the no penalty for early with- from a traditional IRA. granddaughter of Lloyd and in 2013. He is currently of Americans who partici- line" deduc- drawalof the funds as long Like an IRA, you can Mary Miner of Slocomb, employed by Causseaux, pate in high-deductible tion that as the expenses are quali- contribute to the previous Alabama. Mary Beth Hewett, & Walpole, Inc. in health insurance plans are Margaret will lower fled medical expenses. year's HSA anytime up graduated from Chipley High Gainesville, Florida. utilizing Health Savings McDowell your ad- There are guidelines until April 15 of the next School in 2009, Chipola The wedding will take place Accounts in an attempt justed gross as to what constitutes a calendar year. In a group College in 2011 with her AA Sunday, June 8, 2014 at to reduce their federal income dol- "medical" expense. While plan, both the partici- degree, the University of Baughman Center, University income tax liabilities and lar for dollar. The HSA ac- you cannot use HSAfunds pant's and the employer's Florida with her BS degree in- of Florid4, in Gainesville, protect themselves from count grows tax-deferred, to pay your health insur- contributions count to- Nutritional Sciences, cum Florida, with a reception future health care costs. and many HSA compa- ance premiums, you can ward the allowable maxi- laude, in 2013. She is following at Sweetwater According to the Govern- nies feature investment use them to pay qualified mum. The maximum currently a medical student at Branch Inn. ment Accountability Of- options. Meanwhile, the long-term-care insurance contribution for indi- the University of Florida, After their honeymoon, the ent Aounality Of- opti . College of Medicine, with the couple will reside in fice, over half a million participant is growing a premiums. If withdraw- vidual coverage in 2014 class of 2017. Gainesville, Florida. Floridians participated in "medical IRA," or money als are made for qualified is $3,300 and $6,550 for Brent is the grandson of this type of plan in 2012. dedicated toward future medical expenses, there family coverage. There is Approved by Congress health expenses. are no penalties or taxes a $1,000 catch-up contriin 2003, HSA plans have HSA account owners to pay. However, non- bution allowed for indi- D angels Speights recently become popu- must be a participant medical withdrawals are viduals over age 55. lar with taxpayers who of a group plan or own subject to both income tax Margaret R. McDowell, ChFC. AIF, have higher incomes that an individual or fam- and a 20 percent penalty. a syndicated economic columnist, prevent them from being ily health insurance plan When HSA. account is the founder of Arbor Wealth able to fund a deductible that is considered a high- holders reach age 65, the Management, LLC, (850-608IRA account and enjoy a deductible plan. With HSA account acts similar, a "Fee-Only" Registered Investment
much-needed tax break. individual (non-group) to an IRA account. If you Advisory Firm located near Destin. There are no income limi- plans, the account owner use the funds for quali- This column should not be contations for those who wish establishes the account fled medical expenses, sidered personalized investment to fund an HSA. and contributes money there are no taxes to pay. advice and provides no assurance S u pay. that any specific strategy or investYou deduct your HSA to the HSA. Then, when 'In fact, you can even pay ment will be suitable or profitable contributions each year qualified health care costs your Medicare insur- for an investor.

WANIS CLUB EETS Mr. Eugene Daniels and the The University of West KIWANIS CLUB MEETS Late Mildred Daniels of Florida and a Master of Campbellton, FL, announce Science degree in Psychology the engagement of their from Troy University.. He is daughter, Vickie S. Daniels, to employed at River Valley Kenneth Speights, son of Rehabilitation Center as the Lorene Speights of Director of Social Services Blountstown, FL. and serves as District 4 School The future bride graduated Board Member in Calhoun
from Chipola College and County.
served in the United States The wedding will be held at Army. She is employed at First Baptist Church, Southern Nuclear, Columbia, Blountstown, FL on Sept. 27, Alabama. 2014. The couple plans to The future groom received a reside in Blountstown.
Bachelor of Arts degree from
T he Marianna Kiwanis Club had the privilege of an interclub visit from the Bonifayths
Kiwanis Club. Pictured are visiting member Jan Page, Cindy Brown, Garret Martin, Births
Debbie Moxley and Marianna Kiwanis Club President Jim Holiday. Exchange of 1 ideas with each other was most interesting.

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Chipola College Classof 2014 graduates

Some 403 students were BrendaKillings,JesseKneiss,
eligible for graduation at Asia McKenzie, Mary Chipola College at the end Minchin, Jaclyn Morris, of the spring semester. Shamara Murph, Joshua Graduation exercises were Myers, Phillip Pippin, Tayheld Thursday, May 1 at 7 lor Pope, Alexander Shap.m. in the Dothan Civic tas, James Smith, Jr., Kiley Center. Summerhill, Tori Taylor,,
Counted as members of Crystal Wedderburn, Dan
the class are all who com- Wells. Clarksville - Faith pleted their degrees or vo- Plazarin, Jacob Waincational certificates from wright. Cottondale - TayDecember of 2013 to May lor Cintron, Donna Cripes, of 2014 or who will com- Kyle Griffin, Kendra Pittplete work at Chipola dur- man, Arthemise Renegar, ing the summer of 2014. Ethan Rudd, Kody Sims.
The class includes the Fountain - Ricky Boozer,
following, listed accord- Jr. Graceville - Victoria ing to type of degree and Brown, Amber Corbitt, hometown: Lisa Davis, Rebecca Delgado, Laurie S. Hargrave,
Bachelor of Science Crystal Hood, .Frances
Altha - Katrina Griffin, Martin, Austin Miller, Da-.
Justin Terry, Steve Yoder. vid Miller, Telisha Nettles, Chipola College teacher education graduates spell out the word "Demonstrated" Thursday night at the Dothan Civic Center.
Bascom-MirandaJordan Jessica Singletary, Alan
Blountstown - Shannie Wakefield, II, -Matthew ens, Jr., Dishaal Patel, Al- toria Godwin, Stephanie Cassell, Kaistarstown, - Jeffery Chaffin, Tori Lockhart, Adam McCul- Webb, Lindsey Wheatley, exander Poole and Lind- Hill, Erin McKeown, Jav- Mo.; Kellie Forrest, Lynn Money. Cotttondale- Cilen, Mark Shuler. Bonifay KaylaWilson. GrandRidge say Wurm, Tallahassee; eed Qamar, Cheyne Rob- Haven; Cinmeon Bowers, ara Baxley, Jordyn Kelly, - Misty Kirkland, Mika - Carlon Dilmore, Jake Treyvonna Brooks, Vallejo, erts, Adrian Staley, Darrel Oak Creek, Wis.; Timothy Anna Perkins, Belkis TorMooreAnne Mary Nich- Durden, Lauren Hall, Ash- Calif.; Heath Bailey and Sutterfield, Angelia Tiller, Parker, Panama City; Amy res.Graceville - Heather ols,Kaithlyn Pope, Katelyn leyHamilton, JenniferHar- Natalya Miller, Khrystal Whitfield, Jessica Smith, Panama CityBeach; Sukanec Burlew,Jocelin.
Strickland, CalebWhitaker. kleroad, Byran Segers, Billy Wewahitchka. Williams,. Jade Wimberly. Jessica Brady, Pansey, Ala.; Grand Rige - Kaleigh Bristol - Brittney Willis. Theall, Whitney Thomas, sociate n Science Sneads - Sheryl Howell, Latrice Thomas, Quincy; Clark, Brandon Evers.
Campbellton - Scheneka Joshua Toole. Greenwood ocate Sienc Tyler Pickens, Benjamin Jose Aranguten-Jim, San Malone - Joshua Brown.
Johnson-Martin. Chipley - Kiara Bell, Viccie Bor- Alford - Jennifer Ward. Pringle. Westville - Can- Vincente, VZ; Demetrius Marianna - Diquan Bess, - Ashley Ayers, Wendy ders, Mary Culpepper, Altha-ChristianBlanken- dice Brown, Tammy Wat- Floyd, St. Louis, Mb. and JermaineMcCallister, DenBrown, Ashley Foshee, Latoya Godwin, Krisalynn ship, Brett Eloyd, Elizabeth son. Out-of-District-Car- Elizabeth Webb, Umatilla. nis Miller, Curtis Myrick, Holley Hinson, Kasey Ivey, Sawyer, Patrick Spires. Uhrick. Bascom - Donna los Morris, Apalachicola; or rceJr., James Partin, Nicholas Tasha Richter, Meghan Hosford - Casey John- Bennett. Blountstown -- Kaley Register, Dothan, Wo ce Prather, Madison Smith.
Salter, Leigh Stone. Clarks- son. Kinard - Krystal Clarissa Cooper. Bonifay Ala.; Torian Graham, Dur- Development Sneads - Cheyenne Matville - Ashley Sims, Lynd- Yon. Malone - Heather - Edna Feurtado, Chel- ham, N.C.; Earl Watson, ceif tthews, Jeffrey Matthews, sey Wainwright. Cotton- DeGagne, Jasmine Mount, sea Wells. Bristol - Kala Fort Pierce; Nicholas Bass, Altha - Dennis Preston Matthews, Alice dale - Kaitlyn Baxley, Kayla Oliver-Lewis, Tatum Burttschell, Auglinn Shul- Headland, Ala.; Samuel Goodman. Blountstown Rabion and Tabitha Smith.
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- Worlds. Marianna - Jer- ski, Janna Bigham, Aubrey Forbes, Shareem Goodlet, emy Barber, Adam Bigale, Blanton, Clifford Bligh- Joshua Holmes, Angelanell Angela Blotint, Benjamin ton, Ashley Bowers, Maya Rees. Greenwood - DeDurham, Rhyne Elliott, Si- Boykin, Sallyanne Brax- markques Balcom. Hoserra Hill, Anastasia Home, ton, Tierra Campbell, Lau- ford - Zebulon Shuler.
Leah Loy, Tabatha Melzer, rie Casey, Heather Conley, Malone -Phillip Perkins, Aaron Parks, Jay Phelps, Sarea Davis, Colton Day, Marina Speros. Marianna Quatarious Pope, Troy Madison Dean, Jenasis - Dana Barnes, Brianna Rackley. Sneads - Kelly DeClouet, Juli Donofro, Carter, Denae Dudley, SaLanier,i lIkittany McClam- Savannah Dozier, Kristi
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Taylor graduates munity College of the Air Antonio, Texas. basic training' Force. Langford completed Taylor is an intensive, eight-week
Air Force Airman Tanner the son of program that included M. Taylor graduated from Traci and training in military disbasic training at Joint Base Michael cipline and studies, Air San Antonio-Lackland, Taylor of Force core values, physical San Antonio, Texas. Marianna. fitness and basic warfare Taylor completed an. He is principles and skills. intensive, eight-week a 2010 Airmen who complete program that included graduate of basic training earn four training in military dis- Marianna High School. credits toward an associcipline and studies, Air ate in applied science Force core values, physical Langford graduates degree through the Conma munity College of the Air
fitness and basic warfare basic training unity College ofthe Air principles and skills. Force. Airmen who complete' Air Force Airman 1st Langford is the daughter basic training earn four Class Alexandria N. Lang- of HeatherWartenberg credits toward an associ- ford graduated from basic of Tallahassee and John ate in applied science training at Joint Base San LaTgford of Marianna. degree through the Coim Antonio-Lackland, San She is a2011 graduate.

SUBMITTED PHOTO The churches of Christ
Malone Pageant winners are (from left) Junior Miss Malone Lorna Shaw, Miss Malone Courtney, greet~you "If any mqn speak, let him speak as the Harrell, Little Miss Malone Jenna Johnson and Teen Miss MaloneAlyssa Cross om~ 1 oracles of God.." l, Peter 4:11 (KJV

Malone Pageant winners announced a s
The New Catholic Encyclopedia reads, 'any act short of solemn ionization The Malone Pageant Committee would People's Choice Winner: Alyssa Cross d by the Roman pontiff Is not an infallible declaration of sanc That s, a aint like to announce the winners from the, 2014 Malone Queens: Junior Miss o is not a saint uhtil the Pope says a saint is a saiht. A ddi this that a saint is 2014 Miss Malone Pageant that was held Malone Lorna Shaw, Miss Malone Court- not a saint until he is dead, and you have a very'6Oblbllcal doctrine. These on April 12. ney Harrell, Little Miss Malone Jenna qualification are interesting considering thdita saint according to the Bible Ad Sales Winner: ennaJohnson Johnson and Teen Miss Malone Alyssa can be alive, and is actually a faithful Christian;. To be a saint (Hagios, Grk.) Ad Sales W ner: Je aJohnson means to be sacred, or holy, thdt is sanctified. Hebrews 10:10 says, 'By Miss Congeniality:. Alyssa Cross Cross the which will we are sanctified (Hagiadzo-inade holy).' If all saved arenot saints then that means you have saved people who are unsanctifed, unholy,. unclean. Conversely, if you are unsanctified, unholy, and unclean, you are C IP O Lsa uved the way, the four times 'saints' is used in the, book of Acts those people are alive (Acts 9:13,32,41; 26:10). Just for fun in those verses replace the word saint with dead. In fact try that in other places lie Romans 16:15, I Cdrinthians 16:1; II Corinthians 9:1; Epheslans'3;8;-Phillpplans1 :1; Colosslans,12;-1 Timothy 5:10; Philemon 1:7. Iy list could go on, but these will sufficeto demonstrate that a saint is a saint when GOD says a saint is a saint.
C hipola Theatre See again how Bible teaching differs from the Catholic Encyclopedia which
had another * says, 'The canonization (declaring a:deceased person a saint) of confessors or martyrs may be taken up as soon as two miracles are reported to have been C successful prces a legeanyone oin d t teaching in the Ne en t.'
suCCesful worked at their intercession ... It may be easily conjectured that considerable year at th South time must elapse before any cause of beatification or canonization can be year at the outh- conducted.' Interestingly,,at one point cahonization is called an 'Apostolic eastern Theatre Con- process;' I challenge anyone to find this teaching In the New Testament. ference. All Chipola I know that am a saint. I do not have to wait until two miracles ire worked in my Intercession (thankfully since the age of miracles has ceased), and I theatre students who do not have to have someone pay (in 1913 prices) $42,816.87 for me to be attended the con- canonited. All that I had to do was obey God's simple plan of salvation, Und there, by the blood of Christ, be made holy. Doesn't that sound a whole lot vention looking for more like the Bible? professional jobs were hired for summer theatre positions. From left: Aaron Black will be working at Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma in For a free, In-home Bible correspondence course O please contact the Cavemrns Road church office, or Oklahoma City as a scenic carpenter and deck crew member; Joshua, contdct: Emanuel will be working as an RWS & Associates, Inc., sound engi- My name Is Tom Bowling, and I am the pulpit minister for the church of Christ that meets at Caovems neer at Idlewild Amusement Park in Ligonier, Penn.; Colton Day will Road herein Marianna. I would like to invite you be working as a general.technician at Shenandoah Summer Music to attend our services, or to contact me anytime for prayer or Bible study. God Bless Youl
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A rosy outlook

R ecently Marianna eye doctor Seymour Rosen t
approached Marianna's leadership with a good
A rose enthusiast, Rosen proposed the establishment of a rose garden along the steep hillside west of''
Madison Street Park.
It's a good suggestion and one that's been broached
before. Another local resident explored a similar idea
in the past.
It would be a beautiful way to welcome travelers into
our city.
We envision a burst of color from an array of differ- 10 ent varieties of roses.
And Rosen, who has a 25-bush garden at his Marianna office and more than 70 bushes at his home in Tal- , , , lahassee, has generously offered to share his expertise ..
in the flower field with anyone who would volunteer 2014 fo% 96/-AUT- .e to help with such a project.
However easy it is to get carried away with the possibilities, it's important to be realistic. lock ingbird f es for new
it'sm 'M ckig i d' f ie fornewgeneration'
The previous initiative never took root; it's possible
that the level of attention required by a rose garden
exceeded the available resources from the city, or the A s millions of Americans in the early 1930s, youngsters had willingness of local volunteers to put in the long hours / rushed to embrace the eb- little to do but read. A movie? Not of hard work necessary to keep such a high-mainte- .L.Look, some of our best-loved often...A park for games? Not a Authors defied the trend. hope," she wrote. nance garden in tip-top shape. 'An ebook is ntota book," E.L. "Now 75 years later in an abunThere are few things as sad as a neglected garden. Doctorow, author of'Ragtime" and dant society where people have The key to this initiative is establishing a foolproof "The Book of Daniel," declared last laptops, cellphones, iPods, and plan to ensure that such a project will be kept up and year when he received a lifetime minds like empty rooms, I still plod nurtured long before the first root ball is put in the achievement award from the Na- M arshaMercer along with books," she added. ground. tional Book Foundation. Doctorow, 83, who will receive Bestselling author Jonathan Fran- this year's Library of Congress Prize zen has warned readers that they're Many readers still do. It still sells for Fiction, also talks about being a being duped into thinking they upwards of 1 million copies a year. prodigious book reader as a child. B Ot er View need electronic devices for reading. Lee, who is called Miss Nelle in He too still plods along with books.
"The technology I like is the her hometown of Monroeville, Ala., But he warns today's authors not American paperback edition of - Harper is her middle name - to lose heart the way naturalistic B* Freedom.' I can spill water on it was one of the few authors holding novelist Frank Norris did in the late Sand it would still work. So it's pretty out for the print book. She resisted 19th century good technology," Franzen said at the ephemeral incursion until her "Norris despaired of the Western a literary conference in Cartagena, 88th birthday last Monday. Union telegram - 10 words and rest Colombia, in 2012, the Daily Tele- HarperCollins announced that stop - the Twitter of its day. He graph reported. digital versions of Mockingbird will feared it was the end of literary ricts grow th "And what's more, it brill work be released July 8, the 54th anniver- discourse. If people could express great 10 years from now. So no sary of the book's publication, themselves completely in 10 words, tate Sen. Kelli Stargel's latest attempt to broker wonder the capitalists hate it. It's a "I'm still old-fashioned. I love the human mind would eventually a compromise in Florida's ongoing beer wars bad business model," he said. dusty old books and libraries," Lee be inaccessible to works of 100,000
somewhat leavens a bitter bill, but nevertheless Harper Lee, whose Pulitzer Prize- said in a statement released by her words," Doctorow said at the NaSis flat. winning "To Kill a Mockingbird" publisher. "This is Mockingbird for tional Book Foundation event. The Lakeland Republican this week filed an amend- has sold more than 30 million cop- a new generation." Norris also regarded the typement to SB 1714 that purports to accommodate the ies in 40 languages, wrote fellow The reclusive Lee didn't explain writer as the enemy of creativity, state's microbreweries by allowing them to sell their book-lover Oprah Winfrey in 2006: why she decided to send her mas- believing that much was lost when products in all sizes of sealed to-go containers, com- "Can you imagine curling up in terpiece into the digital age, but writing wasn't done by hand. monly called "growlers." lbed to read a computer? Weeping you can bet she worried over it. In "We don't want to be today's NorHowever, the bill is limited in scope, applying only for Anna Karenina and being ter- her letter published in O magazine ris - silly fellow he was," Doctorow to those businesses that brew fewer than 2,000 kegs of rifled by Hannibal Lecter, entering in July 2006, Lee recalled grow- said. beer (the equivalent of 1,000 barrels). The amendment the heart of darkness with Mistah ing up with books in a family of Better to be tolerant of change also allows larger craft brewers to sell 20 percent of Kurtz, having Holden Caulfield ring readers. than to cling to the past. Harper also allows larger craft brewers to sell 20 percent of you up - some things should hap- "So I arrived in the first grade, Lee has it about right. It's time their beer in bottles or cans from their breweries, pen on soft pages, not cold metal." literate, with a curious cultural as- for a new generation to discover Joey Redner, founder'and CEO of Cigar City Brewing You can read Doctorow's and similation of American history, ro- Mockingbird.
in Tampa, recently told MSNBC that microbrewer- Franzen's books in digital "cold mance, the Rover Boys, Rapunzel, So, young readers, if you choose ies don't become profitable until they exceed 5,000 metal," despite the authors' mis- and the Mobile Press. Early signs to curl up in bed with a computer, barrels. givings. Until now, though, if you of genius? Far from it. Reading was that's OK. Just don't spill water on Capping the growler allowance so low severely re- wanted to curl up with Scout, Jem an accomplishment I shared with it. stricts many businesses' ability to grow. and Atticus Finch and read about several local contemporaries. Why That's exactly what large distributors of traditional, injustice and heroism in the South, this endemic precocity? Because Marsha Mercer writes from Washington. You mass-market beers are seeking to do, so as to blunt you held a book with soft pages. in my hometown, a remote village may email her at marsha.mercer@yahoo.cbm. competition from the upstart craft beers. . .... . -. They want microbreweries to jump through regu- s
latory hoops that will increase the price of doing Why Elizabeth Warren should run for president
business, namely by forcing them to participate in the .or state's three-tiered system of alcohol regulation. That BY BRYON YORK
consists of manufacturers, distributors and retailers. The Washington Examiner there's no reason to rule sense, be true when she is terrific," Warren said, Businesses that brew and sell their beers on their out a Warren candidacy spoke the words but no which is no way answered premises would have to buy at least a portion of that Democratic Sen. First; the non-denial longer true by, say, later the question. Then Warren product back from middlemen - at a markup - even Elizabeth Warren is on a denials. Recently ABC's this year. added, "We've got to stay if the beverages never leave the site. publicity tour for her new David Muir asked War-. Muir tried again: focused on these issues Joshua Aubuchon, who represents the Florida Brew- campaign-style book, 'A ren, "Are you going to run "There's nothing that right now," which sounded ers Guild, said ... that SB 1714 still "creates a layer of Fighting Chance." As she for president?" Warren's could change your mind?" very much like something wrsGudsad...hee oe crtl d es lex" o talks to the press, Warren response was, "I'm not "David, like I said, a candidate might say. bureaucracy where one currently does not exist ... is repeating statements running for president." I'm not running for The bottom line is that Craft beer is a growth industry in Florida, particu- that she will not run for That's the oldest law- president." Warren's statements are larly in Volusia County, where several microbreweries president in 2016. But her yerly evasion in the book. Muir also asked Warren entirely consistent with have opened in the last year, with more on the way. denials aren't really deni- Warren, a former law about the dominant front- someone who is planning That should be seen as a healthy development for als, and her party's unique professor, did not say, "I runner in the Democratic to announce a presidenthe state and local economies, not cause for alarm presidential circumstanc- am not going to run for race. "Do you think Hillary tial candidacy this year. and the enforcement of protectionist policies. es give Warren plenty of president." Instead, she Clinton would make a Maybe she will, maybe she room to run. Judging by said she is "not running," good president?" won't. But she ruled nothThe News-Journal, Daytona Beach what she has said publicly, which could, in some "I think Hillary Clinton ing out.

Letter to the Editor

The life of a prisoner is too lavish, changes need to happen
Dear Editor, With the loose policies of taxpayer, living on welfare. not the taxpayer. Sit- murder. The offense is tencing Act of 2010, which
I write this letter asking several states concerning In our county today, we ting in jail.and not doing against mankind. How- was a political thing.
the question, just who is marijuana use "for medi- are facing a lot of expense anything but sitting is not ever, today the move in I pray that we will awake to benefit the most from cal reasons," we are going in fixing the roads in our "paying for one's sin!" our country is against the and take a look at all those this "clemency for inmates to see more accidents and county. Why do we not put I am not surprised Word of God. The greater in politics and ask why jailed for 10 years?" Is it to personal problems with these able-bodied men about this issue. Any issue concern is about keeping they are there. Do they recut the cost to the federal the citizens of this country. and women out there and that will help the political- me in office and how it ally represent the citizens and state governments or I remember when many let them do work that we minded will be pushed, affects my pocketbook. who elected them? Why is it really a political bid organizations, several have to hire others to do? We see the move to do The cost of releasing these do they support those who by the Democratic Party religious, that hit the road, If those who violate the away with capital punish- individuals, white or black, violate the law more than and the liberals in both so to speak, against requir- law had to pay person- ment, yet God's Word tells will be just as great as that those who obey and have parties? ing prisoners to work. ally for their crimes, they us that when one takes of keeping them in prison, to wind up paying for the . Just how many of these Many maybe most, sit in would think twice before the life of another, one is We can lower the cost by cost of those who violate people will, within months jail at the expense of the violating the law again, to pay with one's own life. letting the violator pay for the law? after release, be placed taxpayer and enjoy free Just how much of this "Whoso sheddeth man's one's violation of the law. Wake up, America. We on welfare income and food, T, medical treat- issue is racial? White or blood, by man shall his Put them to work, white or put them there. how many will be given ment and clothing. Many black, when one violates blood be shed: for in the black, male or female. This THE REV. Obamacare at the expense leave their families to the law, one should have image of God made he applies to those who are in DR. BILLY BRUNER of the working taxpayer? live at the expense of the to pay for that violation, man." This is referring to jail under the Fair Sen- Cottondale
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P . ect to use. State and federal sale under a purchase op- suffering lower ones, by jt grants will be sought to tion entered into by the virtue of that proximity. From Page 1A handle the majority of the Jackson County Develop- He spoke of its potential remaining expense, offi- ment Council, the land appeal to subdivision deevening. By the end of the cials said, but they're also is cobbled together from velopers who may want to night, new information trying to make the most of four individual owners build -houses for the large they'd learned appeared to the money they have. who all agreed to enter the workforce that would likehave helped alleviate some In the meeting, Shairer option. ly be needed. of the-fears that some resi- went to the podium, hand- After the meeting, some Meanwhile, the project dents had. ed Stanton a new, empty of the surrounding prop- is going forward, with the An apology for the order application and said "You erty owners speculated as land-use change expected in which things happened, submitted an incomplete to why they, too, weren't to come before the county a gesture made by primary application, Bill." invited to get in on the planning commission in project leader Bill Stan- Shairer also corrected deal, seeing as how they're the days or weeks to come. ton, also may have helped Stanton when he spoke of on the outskirts of a proj- Permits from state agensome feelings. Stanton t the industrial land use in ect they fear could have cies such as the Northwest said he had managed sev- a way that could have im- negative consequences for Florida Water Manageeral development projects plied there were varying them. ment District and other in the county, but had nev- degrees of industrial use As to property values, entities must be obtained er started with land that n Alday (left KRISTIECLOUD/FLRIDAN in the county's designa- Stanton predicted that if a as well. needed a land use change h day (e points out the lose proximity of his propert sytem. Industrial is a job-heavy project were to Organizers are trying and had never worked so who is assisting on the project. wide-ranging categorythat result from certification, to get the site certified by seriously on such a specu- . could allow all levels of in- those landowners might September, but could relative one. He said that, in lands from view of the de- The megasite crew said dustry, she told Stanton. stand to profit from esca- submit it if they can't meet the past, he's always had veloped area, were some- for the record that they are Currently available for lating values, instead of the timeline. a specific project already thing come to pass. specifically targeting the in hand toward which to Land-use changes are automotive industry, but work by the time related among the things that did make clear that other public meetings began. As would be necessary to get types of businesses might PRIC ES JU ST R ED U C ED ! a result, he didn't fully re- this "megasite" candidate look at the site if it is cer- PR IC ES J R ED U ED alize all the steps that were certified as feasible by a tified. They said too, that needed and now believes nationally recognized firm if the land is certified but that a public workshop consulted frequently by ultimately is not optioned, should have been sched- such companies as they the current owners would uled much earlier. look for new setup loca- be free to pursue what"We put the cart be- tions. Those businesses ever might be allowable fore the horse in terms of want to know that the sites under whatever land-use the way we formally ap- they have in mind are es- assigned to the property. proached this," Stanton sentially "shovel ready" for One of the involved landsaid. "I apologize for the development when they're owners, .Wayne Malloy, way in which this was ready to go forward. was there to ensure that approached." A proposed land-use his family won't their land One woman said she change had previously used for heavy industrial entered the meeting with been submitted to the purposes and certainly not "zero" confidence in the county for the entire 1,200 a landfill. idea that her interests acres, but representatives The landowners' conwould be protected, but working on the project cerns were not the only Saad's jewelers, serving that she left with "60 per- said Thursday that would source of the tensions Dothan's fine jewelry needs for over 63 years, cent" confidence. But be amended going forward obvious in the room at some want the assurances to address only 200 acres Thursday's meeting. MUST REDUCE INVENTORY they.heard put in writing, at this time, since the ex- An undercurrent of AND RAISE CASH! and officials involved in pensive certification effort frustration crackled in the process indicated a has limited funding. State exchanges between Joan HUGE STOREWIDE SAVINGS willingness to provide that and federal grants will be Shairer, the county's plangoing forward. They also sought to help fund some ner and development spe- on all ine jewelry and gif are! vowed to keep the process of the associated expenses, cialist, and Bill Stanton, as public as possible going and the city of Marianna head of JCDC. forward. and Jackson County au- JCDC had submitted an R E Having only seen a raw thorities have contributed incomplete application GIFTS outline of the general plans a few thousands to the for the land use change FOR previously, on Thursday early stages of the certifi- to Shairer's office, for one residents saw site overlays cationprocess. thing. Whether she and showing that an example Residents of the area her staff were expected to of the envisioned project. wanted assurances that complete it as the county's That version showed an the lands would not be representative in the certiexample of a typical au- later submitted for heavy fication effort, or whether ad tomotive assembly plant industrial use once the that responsibility lies tU to O and the potential sites for land-use change is made. with some other party in 1 mandatory storm water Some county commission- the partnership is one of O FF retention areas that would ers said they would en- those unknown matters RELRTES be needed to deal with the sure protective covenants still being worked out as MERCHANDISE site's runoff: They learned would travel with the lands the project goes forward. that, by law, a developer if they're converted. Some Some of those involved cannot alter the historic people at the meeting had may expect county staff- flow rate onto other prop- heard that a new landfill ers to do that work to save erties. They also learned was beingproposed for the money on the project. The thatthe project would in- site, and there were other cost of certifying the land clude some proposed dis- rumors about the fate of has been estimated as tance and impact borders the land and projects be- considerable, and there's that would. shield their ing proposed for it. only $300,000 in hand

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Deputies searched the Investigators say they Dom estic left side. M egabus crashed vehicle and re- later found two boxes om e The woman said that, From Page lA portedly found a small of cigars and some co- From Page lA as she tried to walk zip-style sandwich bag caine on the side of Blue away, Gibson followed expan Williams got out of the with white residue in plain Springs Road in an area come to the door, ac- her to the hallway and se ice
vehicle and ran into the view under the front pas- that had been described cording to the complaint wrapped both his hands iia. serV e wooded area north of the senger seat. Officials say by the men. The cocaine filed against him. He was around her neck, choking. road, according to the .they also found a box of was packaged in five bags subsequently taken into her until she nearly lost The Associated Press release. Swisher Sweets cigars in. in varying amounts, offi- custody. consciousness. Passenger Roosevelt the car like some that were cials said, and collectively According to the al- She said he then started ORLANDO - An Darrell Peterson, 30, of later found on the road- weighed about 62 grams. leged victim, Gibson was pulling the weave out of express bus service Greenwood stayed in the side nearby. Officials learned in their upset about an incident her hair, then went back known for affordable car and was detained un- Williams and Peterson investigation of the case that had occurred earlier into the living room. fares is expanding in der supervision, while both gave statements that Williams was on state and that, while she was. At that point, she said, Florida. other officers pursued when they were taken to probation for trafficking in the kitchen washing she went to the sink to anWilliams, official said. the Sheriff's Office, au- in cocaine, sentenced for dishes, he was scream- clean the blood out of her nounced last week K-9unitsfromApalachee thorities said. that offense in January ing at her from the living mouth. Gibson allegedly that it's expanding the and Jackson Correctional "Both Williams and Pe- 2011. room. Then, the victim wouldn't let her leave, but number of destinations Institutions were called to terson confessed to pos- Both men are charged reported, he threatened she escaped to a neigh- someone can travel to help about 20 deputies in sessing cocaine that they with trafficking in a con- to kill her if she went to bor's apartment while he from Orlando. the manhunt. attempted to dispose of trolled substance (co- sleep. was in the living room. Riders can nowtravelto Williams was soon seen by throwing it out of the caine), tampering with Gibson eventuallyalleg- Officers reported that Miami, Tallahassee and running back across Red- vehicle window, during evidence and possession edly came into the kitch- the alleged victim had Tampa from Orlando. doch Road, heading into the vehicle pursuit," offi- of drug paraphernalia. en and started pushing marks on her neck and. That's in addition to the woods on the other cials wrote in the release. Williams is additionally the victim's head with an injuries to her tongue existing routes to Atside of the road, officials "Williams and Peterson charged with fleeing or open palm, continuing to consistent with her story, lanta, Gainesville and said. both advised that they attempting to elude a law scream at her. and charged Gibson in Jacksonville. The dogs were able to had purchased the Swish- enforcement officer, re- He reportedly also the case. The company says 60 track him and he was er Sweet cigars for the sisting an officer without punched her left cheek Official say the woman new jobs will be created arrested after a brief purpose of lacing them violence and violation of with a closed fist, split- reported that she is seven rom's exstruggle. with cocaine." state probation. ting her tongue on the months pregnant. pansion in Florida.

JACKSON HOSPITAL CEO Overflow lot cries out for shuttle service
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high demand caused the train's free service, "I don't think we anticiparking-lot overflows at which runs through May pated the number of ridVolusia County's SunRail 16. Votran will discon- ers during the first two stop, the county's pub- tinue the shuttles when days," said Liz Suchsland, lic bus and shuttle pro- SunRail starts charging Votran's assistant genvider said it is adding a full fares May 19. eral manager. "Votran is temporary service to help The parking lot at the adding this shuttle sersupport it. DeBary SunRail station vice as a customer Votran announced that was overflowing at times convenience." beginning Monday it will during SunRail's launch SunRail spokesman provide free weekday Thursday, and again Steve Olson said Saturday shuttle service to the De- Friday. that ridership estimates Bary station from the Del- To assist riders, Votran across the train's 12 stops tona Plaza. Votran buses will have a customer ser- were 10,819 boarding for will run nonstop every vice representative at the Thursday and 10,496 on f 30 minutes from 8 a.m. DeBary station through- Friday.

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Obituaries Vets removerhinos cancer
Marianna Chapel sister-in-law, Janet (Henry) Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home Lowry; her brothers-in-law, Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette Street Mike (Barbara) Fellows and 3960 Lafayette Street TheAssociated Press Each time Lissa's gone es through your entire Marianna, Florida 32446 Bradley (Amanda) Fellows; Marianna, Florida 32446 under, surgeons have had system. Can you imagine Phone 850-526-5059 nephew, Hunter Fellows; Phone 850-526-5059 LOXAHATCHEE- Lissa to hack away her horn. In trying to gather enough and a number of additional the rhino is struggling to the wild, that horn would drugs to treat a nearly 2Gairy A. Beck family and friends. Tori Helen Malone keep her footing -- and come in handy to defend ton patient?
Fellows will always be re- those aren't small feet. her children and herself This is a tumor killer. It membered as a loving wife, Skipper A team of doctors, sur- from predators. is supposed to stop cancer Gary A. Beck, age 45, of mother, teacher, daughter, geons and rhinoceros Lissa is a white rhino, a cells from growing, causGrand Ridge, passed away sister and friend who influ- Helen Malone Skipper, wranglers has gathered at name that harkens to her ing them to die. suddenlyonFe Fday, May 2, enced andimpacted the age 68, of Malone passed Lissa's pen at Lion Coun- wide mouth and not the The drug is to be injected tal. She will be greatly missed away on Friday, May 2, try Safari. They've injected color of her skin, which into Lissa's sizable mass.
Arrangemenare incom- Tori displayed the amazing 2014 at her home. her with a narcotic and is actually quite gray. Like "It's been used on equine Arrplete angement displayed e amazing She was born on March are trying to maneuver all her fellow white rhinos, sarcoma," Johnson said. plete and will be an- grace, hope, love and 29 1946 in Orlando, FL tos. No one's everied it n a nounced later by Marianna strength of Jesus Christ her the late James M. Malone 3,500 pounds of wobbly Lissa has two horns. No one's ever tried it on a Chapel Funeral Home. Lord during her valiant and Beatrice White. Helen beast into the center of The hon: isn't a bony rhino.
Marianna Chapel Funer- fight against leukemia ov spent most of her life in her space and away from a extension of her skull but The surgical team erects al Home is in charge of ar- this last year. The family Jackson County where she hip-high pile of dung. a compacted mass of hair a tent. to keep Lissa from rangements. would like to thank all worked as a CNA for the After a three-hour sur- that grows, forming a pro- overheating in the motnRest Cemetery Funeral those who offered prayer Marianna Health & Reha- gery to remove part of a tective sheath much like a ing sun.
Home & Cremation and care during this time. bilitation Center, She en- cancerous tumor; Lissa pointy human fingernail Atleast a dozen people 2335 Sandridge Road Celebration Service will an joyed spending her time tries to get to her feet. atop the tip of her nose. are on hand throughout Green Cove Springs, L held 4:00 PM Sunday, May fishing and playing BINGO. She has someone's black Poachers have been the procedure: Someone 32043 held 4, 2014, in the First Baptist PM Sunday, May Helen was preceded in windbreaker thrown over known to kill a rhinoceros leans'on Lissa's left should
904-284-7720 4, 2014, in the First Baptist death by her parents, one hereyes Church of Middleburg, FL. daughter Cynthia Langford her eyes. Three grown men to get a horn, which in she deign to move; nurses Visitation with the family and a brother Bill Patter- and one woman each tug some cultures has been run IVs, monitor .the oxywill be held prior to the son. at lassoes looped around revered for its medicinal gen tank. Every once in service from 3-4:00 PM. She is survived 'by her her neck. properties. Sdme Asian a while, someone in the Inlieu of flowers, the fam- sonWilliam "John" Skipper Wherever she lands will doctors once held that back lifts Lissa's tail and ily has suggested that don- and wife Jainie, two datigh- be their operating suite for powdered rhino horn checks for a droopy drop. nations in Tori's honor be. ters- Tira Clark and hus- the next three hours. cured asthma, chickenpox A stiff tail indicates the anmade to: First Baptist band Ricky, Gena Hall and Lissa has cancer. On her and demonic possession. esthesiais wearing off.
Church of Middeburg, husband Tony, one brother horn. It's been prescribed for po- The minutesstretch into 2645 Middleburding Blvd, Charles Malone, two sisters Jokes about rhinoplasty lio and impotence. h6urs as Dr. Hammond Middleburg, FL 32068 to Betty Langford and Barsupport Christian Missions bara Sloan, her grandchil- aside, this is serious. Few But Lissa's horn could kill and Dr. Mike chip away and the distribution of Bi- dren Skylar, Madison, Bob- rhinoceroses in captivity her. at the tumor - and pause bles by the Gideons Inter- by, Ryan, Sabrina, Tony ever develop cancer. There "In some instances, it is when Lissa twitches her national. www.fbcmiddleb Wayne, Helen, Terry, Nor- was the one in Arizona better to do nothing. You ear orletsloose ashudderVictoria Peace ris, Nikki, Lacy, Richard, with asarcoma onhis foot have to find that balance. ing sigh.
Fellows Arrangements are under and Tiffany. Helen is also Anotherin LosAngeles had We don't want to kill her in . You can hear the chimthe care of Russell Haven of
Rest Cemetery, Funeral survived by thirteen great something onits horn, but the process of curing can- panzees making a ruckus Victoria Peace Fellows Homeand Cremaion Cen- grandchildren. the growth was very small. cer," said Brian Dowling, not far away. A rhino walks "Tori", ae 33lo te andre a d, A time of remembrance The tumor here is big- Lion Country's general cu- by gives a look and moves Middleburg, passed away Green, ove2335 Springs, for Helen will be held on ger than a squished, bas- rator, who rides herd over on. The curious zebra Middleburg, passed away Green Cove Springs, FL Monday, May 5, 2014 from .ketball.It'snotjustonher the pen- -operat- ling . on Thursday, May 1i, 2014 32043. Family and friends 6:00 P.M. to 8 P.M. in the ketball. It's not just on her the pen-turnedoperat lingers. under the care of Com- may share their condolen- Marianna Chapel Funeral horn; it's in it. ing room every time Lissa Finally, more of the tumunity' Hospice in Jack- ces Home. And on this day in Feb- goes under. "This is not mor is revealed, the Cisplsonvilje, FL. 904-284-7720 Marianna Chapel Funer- ruary, surgeons the one of the cases where you atinis loadedintosyringes
Tori was born on October 29, 1980 to Dale and James & Sikps al Home is in charge of ar- kind who work on humans can do nothing. -but Hammond struggles Funeral Home rangements. and the kind who work on The first time they oper- to push even these largeFlorida and has been, Oak, Maddox Chapel Expressions of sympathy animals - are planning a ated, surgeons took a sam- gauge needles into the tuwonderful blessing to all 4278 Lafayette Street may be submitted online at two-pronged attack: Cut ple and found cancer.' mor's rocky base. She gets who knew her over the Marianna, F 32446 out as much of the tumor After that, doctors cut several in. She wishes she years. She was a very intel- 850.482.2332 as possible and then inject down Lissa's horn to fig- had gotten more. ligent .young lady; a gradu- http://www.jamesand a chemotherapy drug into ure out how big the tumor They put a cling-wrap ate of Tabernacle Baptist the rest. was and make treating it Band-Aid of sorts over the School and the Baptist Col- They've alreadyoperated easier. Each time, Dowl- plate-sizedvoid where Lislege of Florida. Florida Neel three other times. Those ing watches the minutes say's horn once was.
Tori was preceded in McMillan times they had to trip her tick by and frets over how And then Dowling calls deathby her father, Dale into place. This time she quickly Lissa will get up. time. Peace and is survived by
her husband, Rev. Carson Florida Neel McMillan, Artistic DesignsUnimitedInc. sits on her back haunches Dr. Elizabeth Hammond, .Never has an operating Fellows; her two beautifu 87, of GrandRidge died Fri- Your Local Florist and Gifts first and then lowers that the park's vet, and Lissa's room cleared so quickly children, Caleb and Grace day, May 2, 2014 in Clear- 2911 Jefferson St Marianna car-engine-sized head handlers have taught The doctors, nurses, Fellows; her mother, Pam water. 850-372-4456 onto a pile of foam mats. Lissa to sidle up to them their discarded needles, Peace; her brother, Jonny Funeral arrangements Michael's Toggery The surgeons have three for sweet feed (rhino junk empty vials, IV bags hoses (Leanne).Peace; her sister,. will be announced later by 'Funeral Appropriate Attire hours. Not one minute food of grain and molas- - even the tent and the Joy Peace; her mother-in- James & Sikes Funeral 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna more. ses), making it easier for four trucks they all rode law, Lynda Fellows; her Home Maddox Chapel. 850-482-8647 Let the timer begin. them to conduct exami- in on must begone before Lissa was born Dec. 11, nations and administer the patient awakes and
1980, at Lion Country Sa- drugs, that' happens in a matter
fari, a drive-through zoo For surgery, they have of a minutes. At the last
a n off Southern Boulevard become pros at sticking minute' someone grabs in Loxahatchee. She's one her with the narcotic be- the black, now-bloodied
of 14 rhinos living on the ,hind her left ear and then windbreaker from Lissa's
e a property. Her most con- marking that spot with eyes.
stant companion: her neon-pink spray paint, A line forms on the othdaughter Aliza. lest anyone on the surgi- er side of the pen's metal
"In the wild, if theylive to cal team touch the drug, fencing. r
be 35, that's ancient. Here, which can seep out at the -Lissa looks like a drunk
The Associated Press ment - that filters the water through wehavesome40-year-olds injection site coming :t. Head nods.
those deep sands, and it protects the wa- and one 50-year-old," said Get pink on you? Wash -Front legs 'stiffen and GAINESVILLE - Bob Simons has re- ter that way," Demers said. "He's got this the park's wildlife director up now. That drug is le- push and then -collapse. stored hundreds of acres across north- bottomland hardwood buffer along the TerryWolf. thally potent in humans. And then again. Hind legs central Florida to longleaf pine forests Santa Fe River that also helps protect it." With the exception of the This day in February, pump. Hind legs falter. and watched as gopher tortoises, birds Much of the native longleaf forest in old man - he doesn't play new facesare gathered. Front legs move, dragging and blackberries moved in. Florida has been lost through logging and well with others - the rhi- Dr. ;Mike Mikolajczak the back end around. In the process, he has helped filter wa- development. noceroses roam' the park from the Wellington Or- Dowling and Hammond ter that eventually makes its way into the Now, tree farms are often densely plant- alongside zebras, wilde- thopedic Institute is more and Dr. Mike and Dr. Goraquifer, rivers and lakes - a key concern ed in slash pines, which grow quickly. Be- beests and the like during accustomed to working on don and the lasso team in a region where groundwater is being cause of the growing methods, the plan- the day and live in their humnhahnds andfeet. But 'and the nurses watch. depleted and springs are being polluted. tations lack the plant and animal diversity pens at night. he connected with Lion And then Lissa's up and And Simons earns money from these and the functions of a natural forest. Lissa's keepers first no- Countrywhen a chimp got slowly putting one foot in forests. About 30 people joined the recent tour. ticed a sore at the base of in a fight and needed more front of the other. Recently, landowners, scientists and Simons was peppered with questions her horn in October and than a dozen surgeries to :"That was the most conservationists got a firsthand look at about his techniques in clearing and re- grew more concerned allow him to return - one stressful part of the day," the varied benefits of restoration on a planting the land, troubleshooting prob- when antibiotics failed to finger the lesser - to the Dowling said. He gathers tour of more than 100 acres that Simons lems that arise, tips for managing the make it any better. Worse, primate island. ' the team in a circle. "We owns just north of High Springs as part of land and many more issues. another sore surfaced. Dr. Mike, as everyone were really aggressive. a forest stewardship program sponsored Karla Gaskins of Forf White has inher- Biopsies followed. Lissa calls him, hit up his con- That's good." by several agencies. ited a family farm on the Alapaha River needed to go under the tacts in the surgical supply In April, the crew gath"I've been managing pine plantations in South Georgia that she is restorin to a knife. business and has brought ered again. for 55 years, starting as a teenager in longleaf forest. "You have got to know a surgical Stryker saw This time Dr. Mike found high school, and I have about 11 long- "I have 1,300 acres, and my stepmother knocking these animals and a cauterizer thatuses a better tool- a laser-like leaf plantations. Most have been done for has 2,500, and we have just recently es- down is risky business," water. torch that made the tumor economic reasons - we have to make a tablished the Gaskins Forest Education Wolf said. "Any drug we' Chipping the horn off a cutting easier and cauliving at it," Simons said, adding that he Center, which was a lifetime dream of my give them that is enough rhino is not the delicate terized the wound at the planted about 40,000 plugs at his High father's," she said. "We want to do this for to put them to sleep is work of repairing a finger same time.' Springs property. "They don't get any wa- the habitat, the environment and to pass also going to affect their It's very bloody and re- And they also learned ter, and they don't get any fertilizer. If they something worthwhile on to my children breathing, and we don't quires strength and power that 10 of them could roll make it, they make it. They are tough." and my grandchildren." have a respirator powerful tools. the patient on her side Roughly half the property is sandy up- David Conser, Alachua County forester enough to fill her lungs up Lion Country has itsown mid-surgery. That seemed lands that will grow into the classic Flori- for the Florida Forest Service, said more if she stops." portable. X-ray machine to help Lissa's recovery. da longleaf savanna of pines with an un- private landowners are giving longleaf CPR,' he notes, will not -it costs more than your, Another surgery seems derstory of wire grass, palmetto and other restoration a shot. work on Lissa. car, so don't step onits ca- inevitable. Hammond and native vegetation. hicentives ate offered from various "Last' time we had her bles; warns Dr. Genevieve her colleagues are taking The otherhalf is hardwood buffer along agencies including the Natural Resources dowri was almost three "Genny" Dumonceaux, notes. The *better to hblp a quarter-mile of the Santa Fe River. Si- Conservation Service, a part of the U.S. hours. They're not moving the vet at the Palm Beach the next rhino. mons and his wife, Erika, have a conser- Department ofAgriculture. that whole time. They can Zoo, who has driven out to "We haven't cured her," vation easement on the land that earns "The restoration oflongleafpine has be- develop. bad problems;" assist. said Hammond. "But her them tax credits in return for giving up come really en vogue right now. It's really Wolfsaid. Also on hand is a retired quality of life is good right the right to develop the land. become popular,"Conser said. "There are The longer the animal pathologist and member now." Both the land and water benefit from cost-sharing possibilities. This species is down, the more likely a of Wellington Regional Between surgeries, Lissa plantations such as Simons', said Chris used to cover 90 million acres across the complication is to arise. Medical Center's board, eventually healed enough Demers, forest stewardship coordinator Southeast, and now it's down to 3 million. The very weight of her Dr. Gordon Johnson. to roam the preserve. with the School of Forest Resources and And that 3'million, very little has the na- body can put enormous He's brought sealed bags Hammond's goal is to Conservation at the University of Florida. tive groundcover. The groundcover makes pressure on nerves and of Lissa'shope:Cisplatin. make sure she returns. "Restoring the upland longleaf forest it the second-most diverse ecosystem on muscle, and there's the po- This is Lissa's chemo. "She was so happy runthat was there before European settle- terrestrial Earth behind rain forests." tential for damage. Not the kind that cours- ning all over."

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Chipola Softball

Elliott dominant in opening-round victory

BY DUSTIN KENT tal Cyr reaching on a fielder's ter an errant throw by Manatees choice and stealing second with catcher Kat Penn.
two outs in the bottom of the The Lady Indians tacked on The Chipola Lady Indians fourth. two more in the fourth when passed their first test in the FC- With the win, the Lady Indians Reeves and Hathcoat led off the SAA Gulf District Tournament moved into the winners' bracket inning with consecutive singles on Saturday in Pensacola, easing to take on Hillsborough on Sat- and scored on a two-RBI double by the State College. of Florida urday night in the final game of by'Jennifer Cottle. Manatees 4-0 thanks to a domi- the opening day. Chipola had opportunities to nant pitching performance from Hillsborough opened with a 5- score more thanks to 11. hits as a Jessica Elliott. 2 win over Tallahassee after rally- team, but eight runners were left The freshman right-hander ing for four runs in the top of the stranded. went the distance and limited seventh inning. Reeves and Hathcoat each the Manatees to just three hits Chipola got on the board early had three hits and scored two while striking out eight to only with two runs in the top of the runs, with Cottle going 2-forone walk. second, with Jenna Reeves scor- 4 with two RBIs, Jones 1-for-2 Chipola's ace only allowed ing from second base on a bunt with an RBI and Katie Harrison one runner to reach scoring single by Ciara Jones, and Alfrssa KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN position all game, with Crys- Hathcoat, scoring from first af- See CHIPOLA, Page 4B Daane Armenta (18) races across first base in a game earlier this season.

Myepola DaseWali

One step closer

DannyMars (7) hits the ball down the third baseline
in a game earlier this season.






The Chipola Indians dominated the All Panhandle Conference awards handed out by the
league's coaches Thursday, taking honors for
Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, Pitcher of
the Year, and Defensive Player of the Year.
Chipola rallied late in the season to overcome Gulf Coast State to win the Panhandle
outright, and the conference champs were
rewarded accordingly by putting six players
on the All Conference First Team and winning KRISTIE CLOUD/ FLORIDAN four of the five major awards. Alaynah Weiss (10) makes the tag at second in the game against Central on Saturday in Sneads. The Lady Pirates beat the Danny Mars got Player of the Year after bat- Jaguars 8-0. ting .399 with four home runs, 37 RBI, 54 runs,
63 hits, eight triples, and drew 28 walks while Lady Pirats a win awayfrmp tate
strikingout just 18 times in 158 atbats. Lady Pirates win away fro trip to state
Taylor Lewis became the second straight
Indian to win Pitcher of the Year, following BY DUSTIN KENT gional final matchup with. Wewa- Williams didn't allow a single baseteammate Michael Mader's win last year by dkent@jcfloridan.conf hitchka on Monday, night, with the runner until a hit by Arielle Harris in taking it this year, going 7-3 with a 2.96 Earned winner to move on to the state semi- the fifth inning after retiring the first Run Average, 90 strikeouts, and 20 walks in 73 SNEADS - The Sneads Lady Pi- finals Friday. 13 batters she faced. innings. rates moved one step closer to a trip Junior Brooke Williams will step "Brooke pitched real well. She's Chipola catcher Ian Rice was awarded De- to Vero Beach on Saturday afternoon, inside the circle Monday looking for like having another coach on the fensive Player of the Year for posting a .980 rolling over.the Central Jguars 8-0 in a similar performance to the one mound," Sneads coach Kelvin Johnfielding percentage with just six errors all sea- the regional semifinals of the 1A state she gave Saturday when she tossed son said after the game. "She's very son, while throwing out 12 of 26 runners. tournament, a four-hit shutout with seven strikeThe win advances Sneads to a re- outs and no walks. . See SNEADS, Page 4B See HONORS, Page 4B.

Grand Ridge girls take

pair of de isive wins
BY SHELIA MADER having to comefrom five points Floridan Correspondent down to rally for the win.
Scoring for the 'B' beam was
Marianna High The Grand Ridge Lady Indians Laurel Dudley with six ace serves School coach volleyball teams ended their reg- and 12 digs, with Abby Perkins Alex Broxton ular season jdst as they started it, recording five ace serves, seven
works with the with a pair of decisive wins Ties- kills, nine digs and 12 assists.
defensive line day evening. Georgia Cloud had one kill, Fridayaftemrnoon. The Lady Indians' 'B' team four digs, and 10 assists, while Practice will defeated Chipley Rouhlac in Lacee Glover had two ace serves,
continue over tiwo sets, 25-18 and. 25-23, while four kills and 11 digs.
the next few the 'A' team's victory was a lit- On the board with two kills,
weeks, leading tie less dramatic with a two- nine kills, six digs and one assist up to a spring set win by scores of 25-17 and was Madelyn Goodson, with Arigame on May 24 25-15. ana Lee onboard with three ace in Marianna. In the 'B' game, the Lady Indi- serves.
ans finished off their season with
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SSports Briefs NBA Playoffs Roundup

ChipolaMavericks push Spurs to Game 7
Chipola will host Wallace Community College on
Monday at 5 p.m. The Associated Press jumper tied it again with 39.9 seconds left. Chana ftall glf am t DALAS - Mota Ellis dler Parsons scored on The Marianna softball team ill hold a golf tour- scored 12 of his 29 points a reverse layup with 0.9
nament at Caverns Golf Course on Friday at 1 p.m. to lead a fourth-quarter seconds left to give Houscomeback, Dirk Nowitzki ton the lead before Lillard Format is three-man scramble with cost $60 per comeback, Dirk Nowitzki
player and payout for top three places. Lunch will added 22 and the Dal- won it.
be provided before the tournament. las Mavericks forced a Nets 97, Raptors 83
For more information, call Scott Wiggins at 850- seventh game in their NEWYORK- Deron
573-7506 or Brian McKeithan at 850-482-4257. first-round series with Williams scored 23 points, top-seeded San Antonio, W m e p
top-seeded San Antoo shaking off a second-half MHS basketball camp beating the Spurs 113-111 injury, and the Brooklyn on Friday night. injury and the Brooklyn arianna High School will host a one-day bas- The on eighth-seeded Nets forced a seventh
etball camp for kids from the first-through-eighth Mavericks bounced back game in their first-round grades attending Marianna schools Saturday from from consecutive losses series by beating the ToTi p.m. in the MHS gym by handing the Spurs their San Antonio's Manu Ginobili (20) lifts himself up in Game 6 of Despite appearing to This campwill include drills and games for kids first road defeat when an NBA basketball first-round playoff series against the Dallas hu rt his left f oot or ankle who are serious about improving their basketball leading after three quar- Mavericks on Friday in Dallas. The Mavericks won 113-111. hur his left foot or anklrter, skis. terms this season. early in the third quarter, ters this season.
Thereis a $35 charge to offset the camp cost. We Tony Parker scored 22 to The Mavericks won the game celebration, Lillard Williams dominated his
do ask thatyou fill out a camp information form in lead the heavily favored other one there in 2006. took the public address matchup with Kyle Lowry
case of needed contact Spurs, who are stuck in Trail Blazers 99 microphone and shouted and helped the Nets put
Pizza will be served forthecampers at around tossup series after TrailBlazers99 "Rip City!" it away with a 3-pointer
1230p.m. Pleasebringall camp formsand pay- to foram thes a Rockets 98 Portland, making its first with 1:13 left that made it B1: won all four games against Portland, making its first ments to Marianna High school C/O Coach Blan Dallas during the regular PORTLAND, Ore. - Da- playoff appearance since 92-79. ton or Coach Roulhac before May 5. You may make season. San Antonio took mian Lillard hit a 3-point- 2011, had been eliminated DeMar DeRozan scored
checks paable to MHS basketball boosters. Con- a nine-game winning er at the buzzer and the in the first round in its 28 for the Raptors, who essions will be available by the MHS Boosters streak against the Texas Tail Blazers stunned the last six trips, and hadn't will have to go the dis
For further information, call Marianna coach rival into the sixth post- Rockets to take their play- advanced to the second tance if they are to win a
Iravis Blanton at 482-9605 ext. 285 or Jerry Gause season meeting between off series in six games and round since 2000. seven-game series for the Sthe teams. advance to the Western Dwight Howard's layup first time in franchise hisThe second Game 7 Conference semifinals for and foul shot put the tory. They haven't won any er Memorial Go Touament between these teams is the first time in 14 years. Rockets up 96-94 before postseason series since
The sixth annual Rob Fowler Memorial golf your- Sunday in San Antonio. In the raucous post- Nicolas Batum's fadeaway 2001.
nament will be held Saturday at Dogwood Lakes
Gblf Club in Bonifay at 8 a.m., with registration at
:30 a.m.Dona erling
Format is four-man scramble. Entry fee is $50
per person and includes greens fee, cart, and a
ered lunch, andtherewillbe a $300casprize Being mayor, player aided Johnson
Fo ormore information, call Kevin Taylor at 850326-1525, or Brian Taylor at 850-381-4894. The Associated Press Basketball Players Association.
nSACRAMENTO, Calif. - NBA players were willing Sacramento Mayor Kevin to take the unprecedented SThe First Jackson County FootballWild Game Johnson is on a winning step of boycotting. playoff
nnerwill beheld May24 following the 4 p.m. streak. games if the commissioner ngfootbal jamboree at BulldoThe former NBA star led didn't include the mandate SMarianna featuring the CottondaleHornets, the city's successful effort for Sterling to sell the ClipSneadsPirates, Graceville Tigers, and the Mari- to keep the Kings from .pers. Johnson says Silver anna Bulldogs. moving to Seattle and was came to his decision withThe dinner will start at 6:30 p.m. with deer, al- recently sworn in as leader out a boycott threat.
ligator, fish, bison, goat, and several other game. A of the U.S. Conference of "For politicians, these $10 donation will get you dinner and live music by Mayors. moments happen and
several individuals representing many area bands. But he scored what might you either show you have
Therewill also be kids' games, door prizes, and a have been his biggest vic- it or you don't," said Chris silent auction. tory when he represented Lehane, a Democratic
This is a fundraiser for all of the teams play- NBA players in demand- strategist who has worked
in and team members are selling the donation ing one of the harshest THEASSOCIATEDPRESS with Johnson throughout
t c:s. penalties in the history of Sacramento, Calif., Mayor Kevin Johnson (at podium) with Los the fight to keep the Kings S normre information, call-Jason-Mayo at 850- U.S. sports against Donald Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (left) speaks about the penalties in Sacramento. "It was a 573-090 or Mark Beach at 386-854-0330. Sterling, the owner of the imposed on Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling by slam dunk when it came Los Angeles Clippers, over the NBA at a news conference at Los Angeles City Hall on to demonstrating he has Los Angeles Clippers, over
Chipola baseba camp racist remarks. Wednesday. From second left are current and former NBA what it takes."
p ~ie nf efritearks lobb players Steve Nash, Norm Nixon and Tyson Chandler. The players association Chipola will host the 2014 Jeff Johnson Baseball After intense lobbying
by Johnson and numer- "I hope that every bigot sent its first black presi- has been seeking a new examp starting June 9 and running through June 17 ous others, NBA Commis- in this country sees what dent to the White House. ecutive director since ouste individual camps: a pitching sioner Adam Silver banned happened to Mr. Sterling In targeting Sterling, ingBillyHunterinFebruary
h e 0 e hitting campJ 11-12, Sterling from the league for and recognizes that if he Johnson used his unique 2013, and recently tabbed
p June 9 - 10, a hitting cam p June 11-12, and a life, fined him $2.5 million, can fall, so can' you," said experience as a former Johnson to lead the search
ll camp June 16-17, with each camp running and said he would urge the Johnson, 48, who became player and elected offi- committee. But Clippers
a.m309 onthtonoon. first day NBA's board of governors Sacramento's first African- cial to drive the discus- coach Doc Rivers wonRestrationwi bte 8:309 a.m on the first day thugh to make Sterling sell the American mayor in 2008, sions with NBA executives deredifJohnsonwouldbe a
ch t the Chipola baseball field though Clippers. the same year the nation on behalf of the National candidate.

. Camp instruction will come from Chipola College-coaching staff and players. Youngsters will 0
bsadrlLA NAACP president quits amid fury
Youngsters should come to registration dressed The Associated Press guidelines for its branches
to playwith shorts, a shirt, cleats, or tennis shoes, to help them in their award
For more information, call Chipola assistant LOS ANGELES - The - selection process."
coach Tyrone Dawson at 850-340-1296. president of the Los Ange- Jenkins said Sterling had AL IS- les chapter of the NAACP been selected owing to his Ehas resigned following history of donating to miGulf Coast Children's Advocacy Centerwill be:.: outrage over a decision he nority charities and giving
sting te Panhadle Bass Challenge, Fishing later reversed to give Los game tickets to inner-city
r Reel Solutions for Child Abuse Charity Fish- Angeles Clippers owner children. The Donald T.
lg Tournament on June 14 atLake.Seminole at Donald Sterling an award Sterling Charitable FounSemnoe Lodge for promoting civil rights. dation gave $5,000 to
SAinimum guaranteed first place prize of Leon Jenkins was to hon- the NAACP's Los Angeles
$1,000. Registration feeis $i00 :and $10 for or Sterling later this month chapter in 2010, according he ig Fish Pot with $50 payback in prize but rescinded that offer THEASSOCIATEDPRESS to tax records. There were Monday after a record- Leon Jenkins, president of the-Los Angeles chapter of the no further NAACP conThe proceeds of this tournament will benefit ing of racist statements by NAACP speaks at a news conference in Culver City, Calif., on tributions in subsequent t Gulf Coast Children's Advocacy Centerfor the real-estate mogul was Tuesday. Jenkins resigned Thursday. years, for which records
child prevention. Last year the Gulf Coast made public last weekend. were available.
idren' Advocacy Center served 1,220 children In a letter to the national Department sued Sterling president in Los Angeles, After the recording of
om Jackson, Calhoun, Washington, Holmes,Bay leader of the nation's old- in August 2006, alleging the chapter first honored Sterling having a private

Alloftheschldrenhad allegations of some type tion, Jenkins wrote that in the Koreatown area of achievement award. an became public, Jenkins
of abuse or a victim of a re. The Gulf Coast he resigned Thursday "to Los Angeles. In November Branches "of the NAACP backtracked.
ren's Advocacy Ceneris there to support i separate the Los Angeles 2009, Sterling agreed to - there are more than 50 in "There is a personal,
children and their family and give them the NAACP and the NAACP pay $2.7 million to settle California alone - operate economic and social
services they need from the negative- expo- allegations that he refused with considerable autono- price that Mr. Sterling
more information, call LuAnn Dean at850- sure I have caused." to rent apartments to His- my. In a statement accom- must pay for his attempt
7-6985 or Tammy Dean at 850-209-0397. Jenkins also has had legal panics and blacks. panying the resignation an- to turn back the clock on problems that came into Also in 2009, the year af- nouncement, the national 'race relations," he said MMS bask~ etball camp focus this week. He has ter Jenkins was first elected NAACP said it is "developing Monday.
..-... beenbannedforyearsfrom
rianna Middle School will have a basketball practicing lawin California
slls camp July 10-12 at Maranna High School for because of allegations that
boys and girls ages 108. include corruption.
Cost is $45 and includes a t-shirt and lunch for Atelephone message and MAY 6, 2014
each day with the camp running from 9 a.m. to 2 email seeking comment
peach day after business hours from DEADLINE TO RETURN BALLOT FOR THE
egistrationwlltakeplaceattheMMSgyna- the NAACP Los Angeles JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
stm onthe following dates: June 16,23,30,1 or Jly chapter wdre not immedi- SALES TAX REFERENDUM
7 fro 5 pm. to 7p.m Camp fee is non-refundable ately returned.
and due at the ine of registration. Even before the recording,
o more information, call D'Lesha Ephriam at the decision to give Sterling
272-4611 or Jeanette Scott at 850-372-2633. a "lifetime achievement award" May 15 atthe 100th
Sports .anniversary celebration of
ed all sports items to edtoral@jcloridan. the LosAngeles chapter was
o, or fax them to 850-482-4478 Thenailing ad- questioned by some civil
res for the paper is Jackson County loridan P.O. rights activists, who cited ox 520 Marianna, FL 32447. allegations of discrimination in Sterling's past.
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The Associated Press will finally be ending soon Magic extend GM, enough. Off since finishing coach contracts
MIAMI - Savannah off their first-round sweep ORLANDO - The Or- ' James will not have a say in of Charlotte on Monday, lando Magic exercised scheduling for the Eastern the Heat will open their team options and extended Conference semifinals. In next postseason series at contracts of general manthe interim, her husband home either Sunday or ager Rob Hennigan and .. . seems to be letting her call Tuesday against Toronto coach Jacque Vaughn.
plenty of shots. or Brooklyn. Magic CEO Alex MarAnd if she decides that With no opponent tins announced the con"Spider-Man 2" trumps to lock in on, the Heat tract extensions on Friday. watching more first-round practiced Friday fo- Both contracts will now NBA playoff games, LeB- cused on one team - the run through the 2015-16 ron James will be spend- Heat. season. Terms of the deals ing a night off at the "We're. just working on were not released. movies, what we do," Heat forward Hennigan was named "It's up to what she wants Chris Bosh said Friday af- the teanim's GM in June to do," James said, smiling. ternoon. "That's the best 2012, and Vaughn became Such are the (perks of thing we can do right now, the team's 10th head coach having idle time duingthe work on our defense, spac- when he was hired in July postseason. But those date ing, offensive characteris- of the same year. nights better get squeezed ticS, working on our habits The Magic finished 23-59 in, quickly, since the lat- and everything and stay- this past season. The team PRESFILE est long break ,between ing in shape. That's what has two lottery picks in the Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra talks with guard Dwyane Wade during the Miami Heat playoff games for the Heat it's about." upcoming NBA draft. practice April 25 in Miami.

Sneads RBI single by Taylor Hussey. 3 with an RBI and a run, and DaSneads Sneads finally busted out vis was 2-for-3 with a run. Cl Opola with five runs in the fourth on Glover had a double and Pacers roll past From Page lB three hits and three Central er-; scored two runs, with Hussey FromHawks in ame 7 competitive and she always rors, with Tina Greene singling going 1-for-2 with two RBIs and Brashante Dareus INDIANAPOIS gives us a chance to win." and scoring on a passed ball and May and Brandi Waldbn both had a hit. INDIANAPOLIS - Paul George Williams only ran into any and Williams bringing in Mack- each picking up a hit. Devon Morrison scored a playoff career-high 30 points real trouble in the top of the enzie May with a successful Sneads finished with 10 hits started in the circle and and Roy Hibbert finally came up big fifth when a two-out single squeeze bunt to make it 3-0. as a team, but Johnson said took the loss for State to lead the Indiana Pacers past the Atby Savannah Gordon. giving Williams later scored on a the Lady Pirates willhave to be College of Florida, go- lanta Hawks, 92-80 on Saturday night the Jaguars runners on the passed ball before an error al- better offensively if they're go- ing six innings and al- in Game 7. corners. lowed Ashley Davis to score ing to beat Wewahitchka for a lowing three earned Indiana staved off eliminaButWilliams struck out Kolby and an RBI sacrifice fly by fourth time this season. runs on nine hits, a tion for the second time in three Bray to end the inning and got Hussey brought Alaynah Weiss "We probably didn't hit as walk and struck out days. out of a minor jam in the sixth to the plate to make it 6-0. well as we'd like, but we hit well one. Instead of becoming the sixth top by getting Lacee Stewart to pop An RBI single by Williams enough to win," he said. "The Amber Wimmer, seed to lose in the first round of the out and strand Allaina Morrow scored Mallory McDaniel in the girls at the bottom of the line- Jacey CastrO, and current 16-team playoff format, the at second base. fifth inning, and Emily Glover up did a great job. We'll prob- Dani-Lynn Darby had Pacers will be back on their home The Lady Pirates struggled a reached on an error and scored ably need to hit a little better the three hits for the floor Monday night againstWashbit to provide run support early on a ground ball by Greene in Monday, but from here on out Manatees, who were ington in the Eastern Conference on, stranding two runners in the sixth. you've got to play your best scheduled to play Tal- semifinals. the first inning and leaving the Williams was 2-for-3 with a ball and just try to survive and lahassee in Saturday Kyle Korver scored 19 points and Jeff bases loaded in the second, walk and two RBIs for the Lady advance." night's losers' bracket Teague had 16 for Atlanta. ' managing just one run on an Pirates, while Greene was 2-for- The game will start at 6 p.m. game. From wire reports

ace serves, nine kills, 10 picked up one ace serve, digs, two assists and two four kills, and five digs. blocks, with Kayla Edwards Marleigh Jackson had a: From Page 1B picking up four ace serves, good night' with three ace Jordyn Riano had one ace three kills, eight digs and serves, two digs and 10 asserve and eight digs, while six assists. sists, with Brianna Stagner , Marissa Baxter recorded five Allie Ann McCord had recording one ace serve, kills and five digs, and Jadah four ace serves, seven kills three kills and one dig- , 40 Amisial picked up one dig and eight digs, while Sierra The 'B'"tdam concluded and Codi Nixon two kills. McNiel had four ace serves their season, but the 'A' After getting off to a slug- and 14 digs. team will be in conference gish start, the'A' team. got On board with one ace tournament action begin- m their serves down and put serve, two kills, seven digs ning Tuesday in Vernon, on an impressive showing. and 10 assists was Alyssa with Grand Ridge taking Taylor Roberts had three Stagner. Makaelin Sneads the court at 5 p.m.

a different level and done there's any tiebreaker inH onors the right things you're sup- volved, the team that won From Page 1B posed to do on and 'off the' conference should get the field. I'm proud to see the benefit of the doubt, Indians coach Jeff John- those guys gain 46recog- which is great for us," he son took Coach of the Year nition they've gfed." said. "The first goal we had U and said Friday that he Josh Merrigan, Kevin to start the season out was was happy to see his play- Santa, and Tom Watson to win the Panhandle Coners rewarded for the team's also made the First Team ference and we achieved success. for the Indians, with Jackie that goal and got all the "Yeah, you win some Miles, Jr., Kevin Santa, Bert individual awards that go 2 games and get some Givens, and Chase Scott with that. awards. Somehow winning making the Second Team, "Now is the time to move correlates with individual and Mader and Jo Jo Dur- on to the next level and go awards. I've been trying den getting Honorable try to win the state tourto tell (the players) that all Mention. nament and have some - . year," Johnson said. "It was Johnson said he wasn't All Tournament and MVP .. good. You've got to give surprised at the amount guys down there as well. Danny and lan and Taylor ofly given tohis players That's the next goal for Lewis a lot of credit. Those i the voting given the em- us." are three sophomores we phasis that league coaches Chipo!a will host Wallace were really depending on put on team success when Community College-Doto havesuccessfulyearsfor handing out individual than on Monday at 5 p.m. us to have team success. All honors. before heading to Lakethree of those guys couldn't "When you win, you land for the state tournabe more deserving. seem to get more indi- ment Friday, with the Indi"They've all comein here vidual awards because ans opening with Central and taken their games to the coaches feel like when Florida.

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old boys (and girls) are roared to life on the first loath to part with their attempt. gargantuan, growling, "Mission accomplished,' The Associated Press chose No. 8, the Jets confirmed the degas-guzzling 4-wheel- I said. "Let's go." cision on their website Thursday. Vick drive pickup trucks. I Clete just stood there. NEWYORK - MichaelVick is the new called an audible Friday recently drove around BobiornegaY "Come on," I repeated. No. 1 for the NewYork Jets. and picked the number the countryside.count- Outdoors Columnist "Let's get back to the The veteran quarterback, initially currently worn by punter ing them from the wimpy the deepest swamp, way house." chose earlier this week to wear No. 8 Ryan Quigley. confines of my little Chevy farther back than you or "Can't," he replied. "I'm with his new team, but announced on There was no immediColorado. I stopped at 36 anybody else around here stuck, dadgummit!" Twitter on Friday that he was going with ate word on the negoabout halfway through can go." Oh, how entertaining jersey No. 1. tiations between Vick my outing, cutting it short Need I say next time I if I could truthfully say I "After trying on the (No.) 8 I decided and Quigley for the numwhen it dawned on me saw Clete he was trudg- had to use the tractor. But, that it's not the right fit for me," Vick ber. Shortly after signing how prudent it was to pay ing forlornly afoot up my alas, I was able to chain wrote. "I'll be going with the (No.) 1 of- with the Jets, wide receiver Eric Decker closer attention to traffic driveway, covered head- him out with mere man- ficially. Thank You." worked out a deal with tight end Jeff signals and impulsive to-toe with fast-drying power. Halfway in, Clete VickLhad worn the No. 7 through high Cumberland to get the No. 87 he wore lane-changers. Still, the mud. The Power Wagon, thrashing on the chain school, college at Virginia Tech and for four seasons in Denver. Recently number is quite impres- he confessed, was strand- like a big flathead catfish, I throughout his NFL career with .At- signed running back Chris Johnson has sive, especially for what ed five miles away, up to could stand it no longer. I lanta and Philadelphia, but that jersey yet to choose a new number with the seemed a below-average its door panels in smelly, had to say it. number belongs to current Jets quar- Jets. traffic day.. mushy swamp ooze. "Hey, buddy, why don't terback Geno Smith. After signing with The No. 28 he wore for six years in As I recall, the Great "Got stuck, did you?" I you shift her down into New York in March, Vick said he had Tennessee is retired by the Jets in honSoutheastern 4WD Phe- cheerily queried. 4-low and give her a little no intentions of asking Smith for the or of Hall of Fame running back Curtis nomenon first started "Shut up," Clete replied. gas." number. Martin. gathering steam in the "Go borrow a tractor and The tow-chain bruises "I'm changing my number," he said Vick would become the seventh playlate 1970s and early 80s, a chain." disappeared in a few days. then. er to wear No. 1 for the Jets, and the first shortly after savvy auto- "Okay," I grinned, "but The remarks concerning Vick asked fans on Twitter for their quarterback, joining running back Mike mobile marketing execu- don't you first need to my parentage and the opinions whether he should pick No. Adamle, punters Quigley and Matt Turk, tives reached the momen- call the Dodge guy and circumstances of my birth 3 or No. 8. After Vick announced on and kickers Dave Jacobs, Brett Conway tous decision that big, tell him he was right? You took a mite longer to heal. his Instagram page on Monday that he and Mike Nugent. petrol-quaffing, claw-trac- know, about how there's tion vehicles might have no place on earth you : widespread appeal in the can't get into? Of course, f rural South. The targeted you might want to remind 4 purchasers were farmers, him he neglected to menoutdoorsmen, and aver- tion getting out." age Joes and Josephines A dried-mud projectile who simply enjoyed whizzed past my temple driving motorized con- and I prudently refrained veyances through deep from further commentary. mud at breakneck speeds Long story short, we (remember "bog-ins?"). procured the tractor and The 4WD bug bit my chain and drove to the buddy Cletus Monroe pickup's "rescue." My early on. When the trucks muddy pal, closely resembecame available in our bling an African termite neck of the woods, he mound with legs, waded hocked everything but his out to connect the toweye teeth and purchased hook while I sat aboard a great big Dodge Power the idling Massey FerguWagon, which was rated son, praying the tractor about 8 gallonsper mile wouldn't suffer the same and emitted barely legal fate as the truck once the tailpipe noises that would pulling began. put a rutting bull elephant No worry. The extraction to shame. That pickup was went off without a glitch. g g Clete's unmitigated pride Clete stood by, thigh-deep and joy. and forlorn, as I acceler"Beauty, ain't she?"'Clete ated and slowly dragged * asked me. "Man said there his muddy-but-otherwiseain't no place I can't get. unscathed 4WD "toy" into in this truck." from the ooze and slime. "Uh huh," I answered There was a live salamanwith ignored skepticism. der and a four-pound carp "Yeah, boy," he contin- in the Power Wagon's bed, ued. "I'll soon be drivin' in attesting to the depth of

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gunnel storage. Ski mirror. Ski pylon. Carpet 794-8709 after 10am. We buy Wrecked Vehicles and interior in great condition. Super running 2007 Yamaha V Star 1300 Touring: 10,500 miles, AUTO BODY & RECYCLING Ili f i ~ !' motor. Call 229-861-2437 or 334-701-9282 new tires, mpny extras, black & chrome, wind- PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR JUNK CARS Cristie shield & bags $5500 Cash Only. Call 931-303- Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 334-799576 or 34791-4714 1997, 18 ft Champion Bass Boat. Custom 4658 L Strailer,150 hp Evinrude motor. Like new trolling
motor. Very fast. $4,300. obo. 334-714-4776 2011 Harley Davidson Super Glide Custom Blue Fin 'Bass ' 1998 cool blue pearl & vivid black, garage kept, Elimator" All Aluminum 11K mi. Driving lights, passenger back rest, Bass Boat, 50 HP force en- luggage rack, quick release windshield, gine, galvanized trailer- anit-theft system with /pager, cruise pegs, oil new tires, all in very good pressure gauge, dust cover included condition, 2 live well box- = $12,900 334-598-0061 Absolutely Original!! es, 4 new seats, new Humminbird fish finder Harley Davidson 2002 $3,995 OBO 828-837-1314 or 828-421-0998 Sportster 1200 Ranger 1988 454V, 8,500 miles, lots of extras. 150 hp Black Max Asking $4,500 OBO. Mecury, live wells, Call 334-796-8817 trolling motor, $5,000
334-695-4780 Suzuki 2003 Volusia 800 excellent condition, Boat: 1995 Larson 174SEICB, 4.3L Alpha with $2800. OBO 850-209-3951 or 850-209-3952 accessories, better than good condition, will
not last. $6000 Call 334-673-1355
Jason 15 ft. fiberglass Bass Boat , 70 hp Yamaha Ford 2006 motor, super motor guide trolling motor, 2-fish Expedition finders, good cond. $3500. 334-792-6747. Limited-156k Pontoon Boat Bass Tracker 21', like new, 60HP miles, video Mecury 4 stroke engine, less than 50hrs. on row captain, motor, built in live well and heavy duty trolling sunroof, towing pkg. $9,000, 334-740-0525 motor. $8,500 770-460-9351
Starcraft 1995 Ford 2010 Explorer. Eddie Tournament 18' Boat with Bauer Edition. 3rd row seat 1995 Mercury 135 HP on Clean, locally owned. Well Galvanized Trailer. Trolling maintained. Clean arFax. motor and GPS. $5,900 Leather w/lumbar support. Eufaula, Call 334-695-1117. Roomy,quiet interior. Rugged SUV/truck-based body-on-frame. Healthy tow rating. $16,590.
Call Stephen 334-435-3344
Airstream 1969, 30ft. International, in good :. 11rl shape, everything'works, $3,000 OBO 334-6899436 InPrintandOnline

1999 Winnebago,35' Motor Home with one
slide. Hashydraulic leveling systein.36,000 Chevy 2013 Sllverado LT, 6,000k miles, 2 wh.dr., miles. $18,000. Call for appointment to see, fully loaded, white, extended cab, $33,900 OBO, 334-618-2534 334-687-7702
2008 Class C Winnebago Access 31J
Motorhome with 2.slides, bunk beds, queen
bed in back, queen bed over cab, Jack-knife
sofa, dinette. Ford E-450 Frame, V-10 engine,
Banks system. 15,000 miles. Many extras!
$55,000. Call 334-333-2154 or 334-791-8223
for more information.
MUST SELL I Tiffin 2003 Phaeton motor home,
3 slides, 3 Tv's, diesel, queen bed, Satellite,
many other features, some camping
accessories included. Selling for health reasons. $68,000 FIRM 334-714-1671.
Pace Arrow 1999 Ford V10 , 35 ft. Leveling
Jacks, back up camera, runs good, 86K miles,
Good tires, New battery, awning. , $12,500. OBO 334-333-1291 V"

REDUCED 2008 Grand , , Residential & Commercial Junction 5th wheel
RV Luxury model "Beautification of Your Home" Lawn Service Tree Removal Tree Trimming 35TMS exc. cond., Carpentry/Painting Installations * Stump Grinding Inside & Out, 3 slides, Furniture Repair & Refinishing Affordable Prices * Free Estimates - Insured Free Estimate King MBR, 2 AC's, General Repairs * Insured $24.500 OB ', ,' ,I (850) 693-1697 593-4455 334-774-9060.

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Chevrolet 2005 Aveo: Silver, 82k miles, 5 speed *New Homes & Room Additions * Flooring . . * * . . * * * * * * * * * * * * * * : manual trans., o wune r, good condition, 4 3_ * ang * n BaRc__ Painting Siding Ktchen & Bathroom Upgrades MARIANNA CIn 2844 Madisont. . $2,700. under KBB value. Call 334-714-1237 '�~ * Custom Ceramic Shower Specialist * Porches Tus hus a Chrysler 2004 Sebring LXI Convertible- Black, . I. I] * Pole Bamrns * Concrete Driveways * Sidewalks & Slabs M RK ET r C : CD Player, Leather Interior, New Transmission, Dozer and Excavation Work Lc# RR 2822811487 * INSURED .e 7am-noon Runs Great, Awesome for summer. $3,000. Ponds - Road Building - Demolition 8 Nowfeaturng Panhandleartists & crftersevery Saturday 145,000 miles. Contact Chad at 423.943.2530 Pine Tree Planting - Herbicide Spraying U: UaU-,lU, , : , -...
- _ 8ksCorvette 2000 Convertible: Fire Line Plowing - Burning . .. i: VBlue, beige interior, full CIy O'Neal o.,,=.,,o=
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condition $19,500. Call 334-718-0937 Florida Panhandle Concrete, LLC Ford 2004 Mustang GT Coupe: black, V85 Travis Jones * Phillip Lizotte speed, 99k miles, 6 disc CD, run great $6,000 NEW a USED TIRE Free Estimates Reasonable Rates *ALL YOUR ROOFING NEEDS*
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IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA 4630 Hwy. 90 * Marianna, FL 32446 eCall Us For All Your
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CASE NO.: 32-2013CA-00086 Each Ofice I Indepndontly Owned and Operated Real Estate Needs

CITIBANK N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR WACHOVIA SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER 2 toB ck home clariaose LOAN TRUST 2005-SD1 ASSET-BACKED Pat Furr Fenced backyard with a CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-SD1, Realtor ened back porch just the right size for relaxing Plaintiff, 850.209.8071; or entertaining. Home is located on Meadowview Road, close to schools, VS. College, shopping and hospital. This updated home is just the right size RUBY W. TRUETT, et al, and ready for you to move in! Call today for an appointment to see this
Defendlant(s). h, lesso Bea U t fU, home. $119 g00 MLS#249224
Defendant(s). elo= Floid Coo h. loss B e u I i f u [ no . u u M ,
nal d e d 4/3 Home in Camellia Acres NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 ,nd n o Subdivision, a beautiful Adult oddAiop ,,g,3neroo1nd Community. This home has
nio m back dck. Updaed kitchrb1 0o 010 beautiful landscaped yard with NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant to a Final i,or , home located beautiful landscaped yard with Ohdrr, b h o,,o on r h enioy the quiet neighborhood. Judgment of Foreclosure dated April 15, 2014, bd- 1 - , , = o
Judgment of Foreclosure dated April 15,2014, uon ~9 Split floor plan with Large Master Bed and Bath and Three large Bedrooms with two and entered in Case No. 32-2013-CA-000086 of M/lOOl24hcO2O$ , acre yard. full baths. Formal Dining Room and Breakfast Area. Kitchen custom cabinets. Marble the Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial Cir- MLS# 249502 * $33,000 Fireplace and Built-in Book Shelves. PerfIct home for entertaining. So many beautiful
cuit in and for Jackson County, Florida in which Bn ,,6 o F.t 3Bwo/2 4341 Southwood Dr. Marianna $85,000 MLS# 249485
Citibank N.A., as Trustee for Wachovia Loan h-n nwkd 246 u This hw,.
Trust 2005-SD1 Asset-Backed Certificates, .. I d R emodeled MOT SELLER! Ohis 4/3 Brick ds-n, ., id , Remodeled home is mon in ready with many Series 2005-SD1, is the Plaintiff and Ruby W. ndb kpoahl. hopmp o 3 B R/2.5 BA updates and nice features. Large Truett are defendants, the Jackson County r 21 , lw 202' c . / 2iN Spanish/ and Mastersuite with walking th Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell to the highest $4,o0ra.n Ranch Style Large living room with firepace.
and best bidder for cash in/on at the North MLS# 249481 $74,000.ha si Large h new cabinets and appliances. Enjoy Door of the Jackson County Courthouse, 4445 apr euoel a o0 that sits Laree bedrooms. kitchen was remodeled and updated with new cabinets and appliances. Eio Door of the Jackson County Courthouse, 445 RIE DU 0 ih on 20 ars tato a the back of the homeNice neighborhood - just waiing for you and I CoonorCroUo 3drom/2Both h0e on 20 acres your family Workshop that has lots of room and electricity. Go'byand sethis beautiful home on Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL 32446, Jackson it n lndian Sivr on withlots of ng2
County, Florida at 11:00AM CST/12:00PM EST I w ,nluno/o o with os of Mcallninaian. MLSo 24n0
on the 5th day of June, 2014, the following 6 m "i oril, ken loundry extras including a 200+/- tree pecan orchard. 1336 INCOME POTENTIAL! Income described property as set forth in said Final if m i n Onr s . McKeown, Chattahoochee $268,000 MLS# 249001 property with a little history Judgment of Foreclosure: s# 249075 T $169,00 .here is so much potential for S# 249075 69,900 this beautiful site. The owners Fin. Loking 3Bd-wo/2Bh N i e haoe begun renovations on the COMMENCING AT THE NORTHWEST CONER .Hom, 11B tn ee, blud properly, placing firewalls te OF THE NORTHEAST ONE-QUARTER OF SEC- cm uni mllo . Adn This 4BR/2.5BA Createnin separate ,sident alunts.The building's structure consists othree wings h.o 1. -urs 11F soling, pciou approximately 3,770 to4,800 square feet with a central section (approximately 3,650 TION 34 AND RUNNING THENCE EAST A DIS- g,r-o /gandrn ropn kiwo n Brick Home square feet) that served as the school's auditorium. This property could be used for
TANCE OF 50.00 FEET, THENCE SOUTH 00 DE- . ight, acro church, facility or just rental property. owner will consider all offers. MLS#248685
GREES 12 MINUTES EAST, A DISTNACE OF nd .rrnordnnrol porch y&he
185.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; MnoIgS 2 0 *ilpow.e
THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 35 MINUTES EAST, E built 2000 square foot A DISTANCE OF 182.50 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 00 Ed McCoy, Baptist College. 5417 College Dr. Graceville Manufactured home on DEGREES 12 MINUTES EAST, A DISTANCE OF RealtorC apx. 4 acres on a paved 160.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 35 Cell.(850) 573.6198 $77,900 MLS# 249127 ead - a great pl ac to Live! Located in North Jackson County close to the Alabama State Line, MINUTES WEST, A DISTANCE OF 182.50 FEET; B e utif u , this home is in a perfect spot for those who travel between Marianna THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 12 MINUTES , and Dothan. Call today and let us showyou this beautiful home. Priced
WEST, ALONG THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY OF unique, older to sell, owner says bring all offers. MLS# 248922
160.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.SAID bedrom mobile home loed dc e 1995 DW Mobile Home PROPERTY LYING IN THE NORTHWEST ONE- to town on 18 acres. Fetures ilude in downtown 126 acres. 3/2 home QUARTER OF NORTHEAST ONE-QUARTER, SEC- spacious rooms, fireplace, double ( p e y with large living/dining to rt with storoge shed, greenhouse,
TION 34, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 8 WEST, large born for equipment d o stocked F e u r i n g area and a large family JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA. fishpond. 3BR/3, over 000 ted/ ed on re room with fireplace. Open Kitchen with lots of cabinets. Laundry MLS# 249631 * $110,000. 3BR/3BA, over 3,000 sqft heated/cooled on 1+ acre lot, room with extra storage. Great for family or for Investment. Other A/K/A 1988 PORTER AVE GRAND RIDGE FL 646 2nd Street, Chipley $144,000 MLS# 249214 MH Lots adjacent that may be available for more income.
32442-3924 MALONE- Doublewide .....mobe.. .......................................
h ome f Bring your lite prings plantation is Any person claiming an interest in the surplus horses or locate closeto the BEAUTIFUL from the sale, if any, other than the property ocabinetinkitchen nddosedinhot pets ond Blue Springs tate Parko ocobisinitchenmndddinront pets and Merritt's Mill Pond and Lake owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must ch. rooms a orevespo. this Seminole. These lots would file a claim within 60 days after the sale. I 7 be a PERFECT Place to build file a claim within 60 days after the sale. LS# 249567 $75,000. 5 acre a home and enjoy the Peace and tranquility Marianna has to offer. An established NEW LISTIG 70C CHTTAHOOCH Subdivision, Blue Springs Plantation is a growing community with homes already built Dated in Jackson County, Florida this 15th day lot ith a and occupied. It has a Public water system, Underground Utilities, Phone, Sewer and of April, 2014. Lovely brit home with loh of space Paved roads. Several Lots available to choose fmm. Located on Blue Springs Highway.
ofpri,2014. Io c lot i .n f'"' 3BR/2BA mobile home. 5488 Blue.Springs Rd.
Clerk of the Circuit Court will be omued at oil the up/2wta
Clerk of the Circuit Court hohuthome. Col EdMo, Marianna $59,000 MLS# 249305 Beautiful 3/2 with a Jackson County, Florida boe large family room! Lots 85-573-6198 for personal viewng. of space and move-in MLS# 249553 * $181,000. Move in ready. New roof in 2014. By:Tamm Bailey CARYVILLE - Rnch style r e a d New Heat Pump 12/12, Deputy Clerk home located on 6.43 res, 3 home wit renovated approx. 2004, deep lot with woods on back (concrete Albertelli Law bedrooms, 2.5 bths, spcious 2BR / 2 BA markers can be seen), backs up to 120+ acre tract with planted Attorney for Plaintiff , spcipine, so no neighbors behind and quiet ones all around! This home rooms, brick fireplace and so much with loft won't be on the market long! MLS# 249608 P.O. Box 23028 more inside and outside. You must area located
Tampa, FL 33623 seeit all. on beautiful Beautiful well maintained (813) 221-4743 MLS# 249473 * $155,000. . 1910 Historic Home in (813) 221-9171 facsimile 23.05 acres. 6334 Stonefield Dr. Marianna Bonifay. It has5bedrooms eService: $259,000 MLS# 249346 and 3 bhugeaths rooms. 6 Thep JR - 014021F01 Cecil Powell .................................................................... ceilings are approx. 12 feet high. It also features large detached 2 car
Realtor@ N i c e garage (30x40) but for your convenience there is an attached carport at If you are a person with a disability who needs 2the front porch. The seller is very motivated and is open to all offers. Make
any accommodation in order to participate in 206-718-9049 2BR / BAo see his home now. 25000 MLS# 249141
this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to home in
you, to the provision of certain assistance. MARIANNA - S__ Raivervi wlo 2/1 home in Please contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at Outstanding 2.69 Acre, Commetcil Sub. That of town and convenient to P. O. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 or by Waterdront Porel fronting on both everything! This is a great phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days U.S. Hwy 90 and Menits Mil would make starter home. Fenced Pond. Pedoc to(oro t a Wolter yard and carport. Too cute to pass up. Very affordable at $62,000 with before your scheduled court appearance, or Front Restomnt ot Sporting Goods a great starter home or rental. 3039 Riverview payments that will be lower than rent! Don't pass this up. MLS# 249218
immediately upon receiving this notification if Store and Morin! . - S the time before the scheduled appearance is MLS# 249648 * $335,195 Rd. Marianna $57,000 MLS# 249423
less than seven (7) days. If you are hearing im- ORD..................... ................................... 4 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Home
paired, please call 711. ORD AND This listing with large fenced yard, paired, please call 711. ROUND LAKE AREA- includes screened porch, workshop, h .omM Plwdx HUGE GARAGE deck with hot tub and a lndloledon MlrodRd. next to beautiful pool! Ready for a I Historic Kent Mill, one of oly 4 with very nice dayof relaxation - enjoy your working watOernGristlMilsinFloa. I B R / A large family mom - plant a garden - lay by the pool - work in your workshop. MLS# 248634 * $65,000 . apartment and Everything is there and ready for you! Dont miss out on this home! It won't last
- MARIANNA AREA - wuotwOHE lung. Priced to sell at $149,900. MLS# 249307 HOM! Botoinr sh bea t . oe, __h
.d reto , o SRo lo, a Soiswn vacant residential lot, all on 1.25 acres. 644 5th St. Chipley This well maintained 3 n Uj 'W 0 of1"his K $249,000 MLS# 249501 Bedoom 2 Bath has a
Sid lhang fo d nvery ........ e.......... lot of charm. It has been
you orm loolong n. y okshoul homevery well maintained. The iln os, quiete OWse ro bkoor kitchen was updated, has WowFMLW& b, wi rihsepmedea e! a dishwasher, and is the MLS# 249508 * $159,900 ome located highlight of this home, along with many other features. The roof was replaced LE L * E MARIANNA AREA in Spring in 2012 and the Central Air and Heat unit is only about 3 yrs, old. Formal Dining and Living area, Office/Computer Room, and a great workshop garage that is
IRGE RESIDENTIL LOT NEAR TOWN! ase Sub. 24x20 in size. In a quiet and relaxing area of Greenwood, but not too far from LF160464 Beautiful, 1 Acre Homesite on upper Home has town and shopping. $89,900 MLS# 249169 Flynt Dr, near the (ity of Marianoona split bedroom Sealed Bids and Meits Mill Pond. ountyWer. donton mme ia building in the heart SOwner finding Avoinbe. block fnom the court hos or Surplus Property OM# 249628 $27,139 oand open floor plan with 2156 sqft. 2970 Chase Way,Mc. This building MLS# 249628 $2,139 space tor offices on either corner Marionna $199,500 MLS# 249469 of structure. Work shop space, Monday, May 19th, 2014 Debbie Roney Smith, Realtor for your designs. Largest open space on the North side of building is accessible through a moI Opening @ 9:00 AM, EST. 850-209-8039. Very nice up door. Metal roof was added in 2008 and two signs are ready for your design. This sale pice . ., 4 B R /2 B A includes the vacant lot next to the building on the Noth side:MLS# 249584 INSPECTION: Monday, May 12th- Voted m inI
Thursday, May 15th 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Realtor of the Year 2013 Indian Springs EtrtaF n HewH Sub.Ths store in excellent location
included in the sealed bid will be the following d Isr II 2627 sqfit to capitalize on Highway types of items:haif ropland. Proper home is very 2000sq77 beach access traffic.
types of items: he d P pVery 2000 square foot of retail space and two ful isl ands are ready for
Close rt llance Couare possible seven days a week. Over 6000 vehicles pass this location Tables Shelving File Cabinets Clos drive to Alliance Rd Clubhouse Dr. Marianna $265,000 MLS# 249317 re FDOT. 00 MLS# 248836
Chairs Bookcases Electronic Equipment M in Jackson County..--------------- ------.............
Medical Equipment MLS# 249594 $168,000 Nice 3BR/2BA Greenfield Subdivision - This Misc. Office Supplies Desks . no c inS 5 eo. "" home including can be your property to build ork har olor tnil to b a niceo formal living you DREAM HOME on. Located AND MANY OTHER ITEMS home. Brick ronl homo wil h a inaverynicesubdivision, close wod burning liroplc in romily and dining o town and schools. No caring needed just beautiful grass. Undergmund electric is room. Chin link foncing around
LOCATION: Florida State Hospital, Property lo houso. owner invoor sold room and large already there. Public water and sewer available. There arevery nice homes already in Management, Building #1152, Chattahoochee, "Aok. yourOf.r" tilos psubdivsion.0rive andseethis g placetobuild MLS#249655
FL MIS# 249512 * $29,900 family room.
..9.S agree on paved road Beautiful partially fenced backyard for your pets! 1034 8th This very nice 3/2 2004 T M P e iu r u d M 2 dwh smll country home. 7 Covelier Mobile Home is TERMS: Payment in full required by May 22nd, acs MOL 22 years old MOL Ave, Graceville $95,000 MLS# 248759 located very cion tu town 2014. Cash, Check, Money Order, or Cashier's planted pnes recenl hove and approximately 8
Check made payable to Florida State Hospital. wbeen rned. Centl H/AC. .iil o p
a ard shaded by huge t anding at Merritts Mill Pond. Some repairs needed. Property is ve r private REMOVAL: As soon as paid for or by May 29th, ok h e. Room for garden. r
2014. Any lots not removed bythe close of MLS# 249609 � $ 9 900 4 R / 2 A Priced ASIS which makesit a Ve Jgood dea months home. MLS# 248807
business on May 29th, 2014 will revert back to 6 Handy Mon Spedal. 0.75 laefron home
AC mol Corner Location ..on Composs �4Separate Lots Available in BlueSprings Plantation Subdivision on FLORIDA STATE HOSPITAL. There will be no re- ecan r in oonk
funds. Help will be available to assist with Owners started renovating. oy *AceLotoOldUSH orthof 162$1,
loading. in 2008. Put in new breathtaking *10BeautifulAcrsonRiverRoadnearLakeSeminole$40,000 windows, electrical wiring, i 10 Acre Tract off Blocker Road $35,000 plumbing , dry'eall& paint view of the lake and afternoon sunsets from your own back e 5 Acres off Sweat Pond Road $22ROO Any questions call (850)663-7317 or 7318 MLS#nd in22l7Fed the walln. I 5Ac off t n R$6,000
MLS# 248272 YOU FINISH FOR ;29900 porteh. 423 L skeshore Dr. Alford $450,000 MLS# 249097 � 1 Acre Comer lot on paved mad in Compass Lake $6,000

Florida State Hospital is a tobacco free facility.

Public sale at Charlie Brown's Mini Storage
(a Self Service storage facility) located behind
State Farm Ins. Co. (Keith Williams) at 4646 Hwy. 90 on Tuesday, May 20th, 2014. Doors
open at 3:30 PM. Bids will be accepted at 4:00 PM on the Personal goods of the following past
due Clients:
1. Jimmy Spates D-5
2. Niki Baker D-26
3. Dylan Ammons D-30
4. Jason Getz E-18
5. Sherry McGriff C-18
6. Casi Parmer B-7
7. Zynesshia Henderson B-17
8. Gail Dalton B-27
9. David Yohe / Lauren Shelfer B-18
10. Candace Patterson F-7 io
11. Shironda McGriff A-18
112. Kristy Spears A-25

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Stacy Borges, Realtor 850-573-1990 SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER : i. .. ready, brickton 2268 . 231. R has vaulted ceiling, Julie Miles, Realtor 850.693-3435 c r fireplace, oak floor, tile Ouida Morris 850 *8*7*8c osets. All appliance & washer/ ryer. CH&A wheat pump. Twow eREALTOR� ,.o gar age, screened patio. 30x50 COMPLETEY REMODELLED 4/1.5 Broker/Owner metal barn/shop, 18x20 craft studio, chicken coop, all electric. A new 20x38 covered
COMPLETEY REMODELLED 4/.5 carport Peca & fruit trees 391 fenced and cross fenced acres. Price $239,000 MLS# 249582 Brick home with 1532 sq ftR. Updates 850-209-4705
include painting, wood & carpeting
floors, electrical wiring, plumbing. MARIANNA
roof & well. Updated bathrooms Perfect setting for nature Malone area - 22.5 acres of and eat in kitchen, new cabinets, lovers to wotch all the beautiful farmland with a 3/1 countertop & appliances! Sunroom surrounding Wildlife from this ranch style home. Plenty of overlooking backyard! MLS 240431 nice cozy 3 bedroom home r for farming or to raise located on one acre. cattle. Property is on the edge of the Alabama line, which makes it convenient to Ve Dothan or to Malone/Marianna. Home is in the process of getting new flooring/ VERY ATTRACTIVE MLS# 249457 $66,000. painting in the bedrooms. Buyer is motivted. Price $114,000 MLS 249620 HOME INSIDE AND OUTI ALFORD - This home
4 /3 1/2 with almost 2700 in the country is like new,
sq ft under airl Relax on hos open desin, Potential commercial the Irapr d rch bro sN d29 Si n Potential commercial twraparouad porch. bedrooms avd 2 bTh. propery with city Large fenced backyard, Attached double garage and zoning approval first! 16x32 gunte pool. Hardwood floors on the first floor! The kitchen nice covered back porch. This nostalgic old is large with plenty of countertop AND cabinet space! Large center MLS# 249433 * $99,900. hlot of TLC or can be removed for acc me that either needs island and breakfast area! There is an air conditioned game room or MARIANNA - WOW!I a lot of TLC r city ofe removed for access to 2 acres of prime 5th bedroom and half bath over the detached garage. MLS #248338 Every room in this 3 bedroom PRICED FOR QUICK SALE. 15 acres has old 2 BR to sell or bring your best offer! Price $40,000 MLS# 249570 home has been updated and looks house and barn on property. Barn has attached 20x40 shed
I PERFECT COUNTRY HOMEI excellent. The rear deck is very and two 12x12 horse stalls Approx 10 acre hy field. Some
Large 3/2 with over 1 s It on , nice two level and bra enhtry from Nice secluded 20 aporch wilax n the Large Front he moster bedroom onto deck. fencing. Underground storm shelter, well and septic tank. acre tract. There are Large Kitchen with Huge pantry MIS# 249595 * $125,000. Being sold "AS IS." $75,000 MLS #248497 no deed restrictions. Newer'central a/c unitl some FOUNTAIN - Enio he This wooded tract of
windows have beao replaced qlet setting from this almost land would be ideal for a beautiful home or it would make an l9ke new ome located on excellent hunting spot. Seller will consider owner financing GREAT BRICK HOME ON 3 ACRESI nice features inding fireplace, with 1/2 down. Bring all offers! Price $49,500 MLS# 249581 3/2 with several updates. Windows arden tub, office and more!
and A/C were replaced in 2000. Metal Concrete polio and parking pad. 3 I of. Wood burning fireplace in he MLS# 249560 $149,900. PRIME LOCATION Living room will keep you arm in the ON BUSY HWY 90! winter night! Storage shed in back with This property has 2 lean-to's. Sold AS-IS. MLS 249234 Bevely Thomas over 100' of Hwy 90
ENJOY HOT SUMMERS REALTOR� road frontage and IN THE POOL. Lovely 3/2 8502095211 a total of 1.23 acres (3 parcels). Plenty of space for your IN THE POOL. Lovely 3/2 8502095211 business. Property is currently leased month-to-month and home with 2063 sq ft. does not convey with land. Drive by today and envision your Large 1 acre corner lot. business here! Price $249,000 MLS# 249640 Beautiful wood Floors in GRACEVILLE - If you
�Main living areas! Family need more space this is the This 10 acres Room with French Doors overlooking pool area! homeoryouBe uup d Ths 10make a Formal Dining Rm, plus eat in kitchen! Priced to SELL. home with 5 bedrooms, newer Marianna - On a quiet deadend street is this 3 BR/2 BA beautiful home
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under 1300 soq ft! Located MLS# 247494 * $130,000. Oak floors, some covered with carpet. One car garage. 2 site Nice natural woods including some nice oak on 2 acres on Hwy 77 with MARIANNA-You will have meal storage buildings. Large shady lot is fenced in back. trees. Country living at its best! Drive by today! Price workshop! Open floor plan lenty of room in this 4 bedroom 000 MLS# 249579 with breakfast bar in kitchen, ome located on 2.5 oes in the Great for children or pets. $68,500 MLS #248790 Built in entertainment center in count . tH ome a e o mo any specs i ........... . ......... .................................... .. 5S other plantation
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home updates ut would make today and make your oppointment. prestigious Indian fect ome or rental PRICE REDUCED Spring Sub. This OWMH ON 1 ACRE LOT. MLS# 247928 * $100,000. 4/2.5 home has 3/2 with over 1700 sq - ALTHA - This beautiful home waterfront view of Lake Osceola. Large porches w/many ft under air! Very nice is ust waiting for you to come nd extras, including large kitchen, large LR and wide hallways. Kitchen with appliances! enoy oil the peci fees that Enjoy an in-ground pool w/new liner and deck. Too much to The home needs some went intohebuildingofthiscut list! Priced at $183,500 MLS# 248285 work as the bathrooms home. You will be amazed as you
need remodeling, but can enter he dygveoy. 0on' hesitate! Move-in ready, be the perfect home for allBevel odoy850209-2. this 3/2 home has your family! MLS 240418 laminate hardwood LOCATED ON MERITS MARIANNA-hi is a floors, large great
M1000 o oNDrteoking to hra special fegture. Poobase room, kit/din combo, large bdrms & baths, new heat pump, Large Backyard with deck indudes a two sto garage with a 2-car garage, landscaped yard with fenced backyard. Close to perfect for relaxing! Kitchen lof that would make a nice guest olsstate ark andtown. Price $14900 MLS# 247791 and baths have had some rom areatohakupRVand pe
updates! Living room and for a pod.landmoon 10 oa. Greenwood - 2 or 3BR/1BA Fixer upper on paved road, RFRON ON Master bedroom overlook MLS# 248935 * $89,000. on 1 ocre in country. Some updates, double pone windows, ERRITS MILL POND! the water! Fireplace in living Some updates, double pane windows, Metreat from eveyday room! MLS 1247500 insulation in ceiling and walls. Breakfast bar between kitchen pressurestothis relaxing
GRACEVILLE C LIMITSI Jean Sims and dining room. Front porch and deck on back of house. unique waterfront Nice 3/2 wirh almost home with gorgeous views. This 3/2 has big window views from Nice 3/2 with almost Realtor' Three pecan trees. Selling "AS IS" S29,900 MLS#249517 each bedroom, new carpet, boat dock, a dock, 2 workshops, paved 1900 sq ft! Front porch to driveway, secluded from main road. Enjoy fishing, boating, diving, relax on. Hardwood floors 850-718-6382 swimmin etc. Brin All Offers! Price 239 000 MLS# 248162 throughout main living
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with center island! Large [i. Same lotratirs indote security own 20 acres Family room with formal Living and sprinl system, home bih to i Gand Ridge and Dining! Needs some TLC. withsalond 160mph wind pressure, nKe
wopeopond lovl londro ping. of nice, mostly DOWNTOWN LIVING IN MLS# 249596 * $150,000. high and dry, wooded property! Not far from CHATTAHOOCHEE. Lovely. Calltoday! Price$50,000 MLS#248919 4/2 1/2, 2 story home with 815NCE DE LEON -If. 0 aneed ocrge a nd 3 bCATomL hoF
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floor and all other 3 bedrooms include 5 ac cleared d in pre, Marnna - Approximately acre lot with 149' on This 171 sf. home has are upstairs. This home sits leaning is wooded, lorge pale brn, a new roof, heat pump on a hill or a corner lot/ Very lfrge worshop, 2-3 axe pond and north Jefferson zoned mixed used. Could be residential, windws, hot water private yard. Newer home with entire property s fenced. . / , o hear & newly upgrade all the extras. MLS #248849 MLS# 249343 $199,900 apartments/duplex or business utilities 2 BR, old kitchen. Beautiful FOUNTAIN - Build your house being sold "AS IS". $67,500 MLS #247182 oro hardwood floors. Has 2 bdrms but can easily be reverted back to GREAT POSSIBILITIES in 3 bdrms. Has a 25x35 steel workshop on concrete floor, roll-up door & 220 this 4/2 Brick home with re at om..................................... wired. Also a 10x12 concrete floor garden shed. Fenced-in backyard. ooan
ONi SUN2 LckE. h with Ntiere mloaetdha, is2notR2 forlfrom i. much to list! Price $159,900 MLS#249343 almost 1300 sq ft. Open floor shopping and about 25 miles to
plan. Large 1 acre lot located Panama City Beach. Loated oostf at the cul-de-sac street. off well maintained county rood. Wd . Highly visible on Hwy 71, Home being sold in the AS-IS MLS# 249626 $12,000. 12000+ s ft metal bldg. condition. MLS 249448 with offices, mtg. room, Ig display room, parts display
LARGE 3/2.5 BATH HOME Brenda M organ counter, tall sign pole out i tfrmont,. Ig warehouse space in back w/roll-up doors, partially fenced, at with apr0x 2356 sq ft and Realtor . on 7 acres w/add' property of up to 140+ acres. Property has numerous on 1.50 acres Family room, 850-557-4799potntialses. Priced at 4500 MLS o 247339 open kitchen with Breakfast oobrende.mouogmonom TL Area. Formal Living room and CATLE FARM!!! 121 Oining Rooml There is a den acres, mostly all with the half bath that could PM # 2do4 ,.* $ O ,,n, i dinarbare , mL V',i',,,, '='a Ieh.r,,. cleared,, pasture land, be used as another Bedroom #47 Jacol M kd , oosellnl
(no closet). M LS 249289 roo ,,',o, , one large barn with I D R LElesni MSA no4f000 uin - storage buildings, fenced and cross fenced, two fish ponds and a 2
youNwnhmATUropNSn ce&,a partent n W re OL Rads n 3 ide ( bedroom 1 bath farm house. This is a working cattle farm. Make an ON SUN LAKE. 2/2 With Ion , ' , = , ', ' - ' r'"a Nice, well maintained, 2BR/2BA home in city, neor appointment today! Priced at $450,000 MLS# 247991 oIy,231nearJcob o o u , o r k rx p or es I ak Smiole. nas , Fl. $50,000 aprox 134 So in Swrened oI 211846 � u schools, hospital and shopping. Playhouse in back with 1530' medical office Located overlin 1.35 acres.sun 'Y, . . MuTI, window air could be office, etc. Metal storage building. complex is close to the Laed an B acre asLe. ONRhospit at. RenovateRd w/ Lake is. an00acneBasLa. Chain link fenced front yard and privacy fenc in s tal . as Pier and dock to fish on! New i,, C ,. , ,, = new metal roof. Has on market so rlil today fyr InAh am, *c ccew,&,r back. Ask for Ora. $75,000 MLS #249639 5 exam rms, 3 baths, pi!I24 t. 'c A a,in r =A . . . ................... waiting area, check-in area and Exec. Office. Currently leased month,.,ncrce2w2rn , I,,fiy lon, ,l , ,,l to-Inlallti. Exc. irocome producer or use for your own business! Price
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home with a 3 car C oA SSIFImeE Di ...o.ll11 ACRES with a 2-3 garage on 2.24 ot h fo caohoa olo t BD/1-2 BA home or acres. Over 2900 , v.25 orer of nrtire doord, pad office building that sq ft with a large woahd, levrf prrit in o qnio fraintg needs some TLC. living room, formal ommiun anoundd y m rm . Foty
i only 0.4 mile lf an paired rood ro well Large outside deck ! Great potential and a must see location 21x16 Family room. Hardwood floors thru out MS# 249467. S13,90 inCottondate! Bring all offers! Price$116,900 MLS#247834 living areas and bedrooms. MLS #248717 Jacob - Ped to sol] Nie l
RAND FOR SALE RETAIL SAPCE propely in qel neighboood to 1 Three buildings Marianne - Old store building, house and garage * 234 acrs-Hwy71,MaianneFL-$,90 your own home. lropety consit of apartment en acre MOL. Roads on 3 sides 12 ore paved) zoned .4 lots- Mashbum Rd., Maranna FL $12000/ea to es togelr toiling i unde Wod he forauto. 30.62 acres- Pooser Rd., Maranna, FL - $69,500 an ate. Paved rue acces s tat Wer tol commercial. Would be good for torlments, auto repair, H/A *.92 acre-Sylvia Ddve, Marianna, I- $16,900 231 necr Joob. conditioning business, ed. Lots of room for parking or expansion. * 3 acres - Lake Seminole Rd., Sneads, FL- $50,000 MLS# 249345 * $6,000 Selling "as is". $95,000 MLS #248793 � 13 acres-Hwy90-$174,500


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