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Vol. 90 No. 74
Senate -panel OKs pension- overhaul
The Associated Press Committee on Thursday cleared and forces them into 401(k)- structural change in the retire- said. "I think it's possible that
a bill (SB 1392) that keeps the style investment plans for their ment system." 'we could wind up with no bill.
TALLAHASSEE Florida law- option for new state and county retirement. It has alre Iady passed He thinks the Senate proposal, But I think it's more likely that,
makers in the House and Senate employees and teachers to have the full House. sponsored by Sen. Wilton Simp- we'll wind up with something
may be on a long road to corn- a tradiional pension. It now goes Senate President Don Gaetz, son, can be the compromise, that achieves the speaker's goals
promise as they advance starkly to the full Senate for approval. a Niceville Republican, said he though it changes much less,_ arnd I share those goals but
different plans on overhauling But the House's plan (HB 7011) agrees with House Speaker Will than the House. at the same time earns enough
the state retirement system. closes the state pension plan to Weatherford that the Legisla- "I don't think the story is en-
The Senate Appropriations workers hired as of Jan. 1, 2014, ture "needs to make a significant tirely written about that yet," he See PENSION, Page 7A
"7heis nothinglIean say that will PROPERTY DISPUTE
m zake a differ ec, but m really d
srry./ I sh is-/er ppened, Neighbosdsge
and have to live with this emeW
dayfow the ret of my life."or are
Karen Biraghli,
sentenced to life for killing her husband
Womn gtson Evergreen Road.
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Tampa Bay Times
BROOKSVILLE Before she shot her
husband in the. head as he lay sleeping.
on the couch on Christmas Eve 2011, k
Karen Biraghi thought about what
would happen if she went through with A
it. She told investigators later that she
knew his life would be over and that
hers would-be, too.
The 41-year, Ml-Spring Hill woman
le-arned Thursday that she was right.
Hernando Circuit Judge Daniel B.
Merritt Jr. sentenced Biraghi to life in
prison for the murder of Alan Biraghi,
Charged with first-degree murder, Bi-... <
raghi pleaded guilty in January to the
lesser charge of murder in the second ,: .
degree. Sentencing guidelines called for 2
a minimum prison term of 25 years and .?
a m aximum of life. :<.,
Meritt noted that he has sentenced t
half a dozen defendants to life in prison.
over the past 28 months. PHOTOS BY MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
"This defendant is at least as deserv- Jamie Smith holds the two posts and fencing that he found stretched across the public right of,way where Evergreen Road meets his
ing, and in the judgment of the court, property line.
more so," Merrtsad
Earlier, Biraghi sobbed as she spoke Some want county to close -portion of road, others want it open

-2l ,FRIDAY/'MARCH 29, 2013 WlNMClE-UPtl~ CRL JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN *www.jcfloridan.com
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TODAY pairs and show heifer prospects. Call 334-726-3771. )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
Publisher Valeria Roberts p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
vroberts@jcfloridan.com ))Knitters Nook-lO a.m. at the Jackson County ))Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting -4:30-
Public Library, Mlarianna Branch. New and experi- 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Circulation Manager Dena O~berski enced knitters are welcomed. Call 482-9631. Church, 2901 Caledonia, St. in Marianna.
doberski@jcfloridan.com )) Local Adthor, Wendy Ammons Book Sign- , TUESDAY, APRIL 2
ing-3-5 p.m. at Chipola River Book and Tea, 4402 SUNDAY, MARCH 31 ))East Jackson County Economic Development
CONTACT US Lafayette Street in downtown Marianna Ammons ))Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion Council Business of the Month Recognition-lO
Telephone: 850-526-3614 grew up in Jackson County. She will be signing her 6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna a.m. at Blondie's Food and Fuel, corner of Highway
FAX: 850-482-4478 two books, "The Plan" and "The Lesson." (in one-story building behind 4351 W. Lafayette St.). 90 and Highway 69in Grand Ridge. The public is
Email: editorial@jcflorida n.com ))Senior Singles Get-Together 6 p.m. at Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop invited to attend.
Mailing Address: Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli, downtown Marianna. drinking. ))Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting
P.O. Box 520, Mlarianna, FL 32447 Single seniors age 50 and older are encouraged ))Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in the -Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna.
Street Address: to get acquainted, form friendships. Games, food, board room of Cam pbellton-Graceville Hos pital )),Orientation Noon-3 p~m. at Goodwill Career
443Cnttto aeprizes and a guest speaker are planned. No charge; 5429 College Drive, Graceville. Training Center, 4742 Highway 90, Marianna. Learn
440 Costiutin Lnedonations accepted (proceeds fund charitable about and register for free services Call 526-0139.
Mlarianna FL 32446 endeavors of Marianna's Gathering Place Founda-
Office Hours: tion).jCall 526-4561. MONDAYAPRILI1) Sewing Circle I p.m. at Jackson County-Senior
Week :day s 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ))Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship ))Marianna/FPU Public Information Forum 48ie,2-5028.s Die nMrina.Cl
Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult, -4-6:30 p.m. at the Marianna City -lall Commis- 48-0.
MISS YOUR PAPER? teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and s/on Room, located at 2898 Green St. The City, of ))Marianna/FPU Public Information Forum
You should receive your newspaper no later hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call Marianna encourages all city residents to attend -4-6:30 p.m. at the Marianna City Hall Commis-
209-7856.,573-1131. an informational session about the April 9 Florida sion Room, located at 2898 Green St. The City of
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- ))looisAoyosOe.etn -. Public Utilities purchase referendum. Additional Marianna encourages all city residents to attend
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to ))Achlc nnmu pnetn -. sessions are scheduled. Call 482-4353. an informational session about the April 9 Florida
Frdy nId7am o1 ~.o udy h. p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist ))JcsnCut ~itrsGidMeigPublic Utilities purchase referendum. Additional
Frdaan am t 1am.o Snay he-Chi'h 20 ldoi S.in aina sessions are scheduled. Call 482-4853.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840), 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
Js ublshe Tusda thoug Frdayand3975 US 90 West, Mlarianna. Business meetings are )) Chipola College Community Chorus-6-7:30
'Sundayblish ings.esdriodicalghostageypad SATURDAY, MARCH 30 fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, p.m. in the Center for the Arts at Chilpola College.
Sunay oring. Pridicl pstge aid ))Grand Ridge First Annual Spring Festivaland lessons, he!p.AII q filters welcome. Call1209-7638. Singers, aged High School and above are welcome
at Marianna. FL. Egg Hunt-8 a.m.-2 p.m.at John Thomas Porter )i Central Jackson Relay for L Iife Committee to sing with the Community Chorus and will pr-
Park, behind Grarnd Ridge School. Ther wilb etn tMk&HnyFoe out, form on the April 16 Chipola Ensemble Concert. Call
arts/crafts and food vendors, live bunny photos and 477Hgha in Marian na.'Meetings are71-76ohedrctd hioaeu
SUBSCRIPTION RATES coloring contest with prizes. Easter egg hunts at 10 planned for the first Monday of each month ))Marianna City Commission Regular Meet-
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83: a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to include golden eggs, with $25 prior to the April event. V61lunteers needed. : ing-6:30 p.m. at the Mariannfa City Hall Commis-
for three months; $62.05 for six months: itcrs a1'7:70 Contact angelaparker30@gmail.com or sion Room, 2898 Green St. Call 482-4353.
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include ))Union Grove Alumni Association's Old School 573-5353. ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
apliabe tae ndlca txe. ai IIFundraiser-9 anm.-2 p.m. at the Union Grove )) City of Jacob Regular Monthly Meeting-6 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
subptionsl stae aid naldtane. Mail CommunityCenter. the former Union Grove School, p.m. at the Jacob City Hall. The public is welcome to Church, 2901 Caledonia -St.1in Marianna.
subcritins ustbepai inadanc. Mil 4517 Basswood Road, Greenwood. Chicken or fish attend. Call 263-6636.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; dinners will be available for $6.
,*9.4fo i onh;ad 144 froe)) Model Approach to Partnership in WEDNESDAY, APRIL3
$9224 orsixmoths an $84.7 or ne )) Partners for Pets Putting for Pets Easter ParentingCourse-6-9 p.m. at 4403 Jackson ))AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Volunteers Free
yewy. 0ndMri9ann-a. A oceae s frm 679-Pt Street, Marianna. Course is free and is designed Tax Return Preparation -9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Jackson
Hwy 11 90 11 Maia Al prced fro ut-ut to promote partnerships in parenting and help the County Agriculture Center. Call 482-9620 during

JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com ll'OC Vi FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 2013 3AF-
Chipola 'Theatre attends Southeastern Theatre Conference
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Students and faculty from the Chipola Chipola Theater Director Charles Sir- fo hpl olg
College Theatre department recently man served the SETC observing morerentyptipad
participated with thousands of students, than 200 high school student auditions ret patcuthatern
educators and professional companies at and recruiting for his own program. Sir- Thate Sothaernc
the Southeastern Theatre Conference in mon says, "After three days of work, the Thet Coiference
Louisville, KY. SETC recognized Chipola and its -strong Pictr L fouiile ft)
SETC is the-largest theatrical organi- theatre program. I am very proud of our are Chipola Director
zation in the country. Chipola Direc- team." of Theatre Charles
tor- of Technical Theatre Connie Smith Chipola students served as volunteers Sirmon, Nick Cessna,
serves as the Job Contact Service On- and recruitment for Chipola. Many of the Josh 0elw ao
site Manager for SETC. In this role, she Chipola students received offers for sum- Bak hpl
oversees production interviews and mar employment across the country; in- Director of Technical
job placement with more than 25 pro- cluding Josh Tetlow with Santa Fe Opera Theatre Connie Smith
fessional companies. She also leads a in NM and Aaron Black with Shenandoah and Josh Emanuel.
production resume workshop with theatre in Winchester, VA. SUBMITTED PHOTO
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basketsthat will be given away as prizes. For additional information, call 482-4570. I 'he Jackson '
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TODAY ))Easter Musical "The King Is Corn- lead praise and worship. There will be Easter Musical "The King is Coming" WEDN ESDAY, APR IL 3
)Holy.Week Service 7-8 a.m. ing" 7 p.m. at Welcome Assembly of anointed singing and praise dancing. at 10 a.m. presented by the Sanctuary )) Wednesday Night Live Bible
at Marianna First United Methodist God presented by the Sanctuary Choir. Everyone is welcome to attend. Call Choir. Everyone Is welcome to attend. Study "Surprise by Hope" 6 p.m.-
Church in the Sanctuary. Speaker will Everyone is welcome to attend. Call 352-4733. Call 592-5077. at Marianna First United Methodist
be The Rev. Bill Elwell. Continental 592-5077. ')) Easter Program, "it All Happened )) Easter Morning Services 8 a.m. Church in the youth building. The
breakfast will follow in the Wesley )) Revival Service, "God Quest, the in the City" 7 p.m. at Damascus at Hasty Pond Baptist Church. Sunday teacher will be Robert Farnell, an out-
Center. Everyone is invited to attend. Search for Truth" 7-9 p.m. at Rocky Freewill Baptist Church. Everyone is School at 9:15 a.m. followed by break- standing Bible Scholar. This study will
The Sanctuary will be open noon to Creek Baptist Church. Guest speaker invited to attend this Easter program fast in the Fellowship Hall. Everyone is be held each Wednesday through April
3 p.m. for those wishing to pray. Call will be Greg Roberts. Refreshments/ presented by the youth of the Church. invited to attend. 17. Dinner will be served at 5 p.m. for
482-4502. finger foods will follow the service in )) Lighthouse Community Church )) Easter Services at Marianna First $5 per person, reservations'no later
)Gospel/Spiritual Workshop the fellowship hall. Everyone is invited Sing 7 p.m. Featured singers will be United Methodist Church 8 a.m. than Monday. Call 482-4502.
5:30 p.m. at Grant Tabernacle A.M.E. tatedCll6371.The Larch Family from Wetumpka, Ala. Decorate the floral cross in the court- )) Revival Service 7 p.m. at Sapp
Church, 419 Martin Luther King Blvd. )) Pulse 7-10 p.m. at Cypress Grove Call 526-3452. yard; 8:30 a.m. Contemporary Worship Church in Cottondale. The Reverend
in Chipley. The workshop, sponsored Assembly of God Church in Grand Service in the Wesley Center; 9:45 Preston Haddock will be the guest
by the Les Jolie Dames Civic Club will Ridge. Youth outreach program open SUNDAY, MARCH 31 a.m. Easter lawn party in the courtyard speaker. Call 638-9705.
be conducted by Constance Harris to all teens in grades 6-12; shoot pool, ) esaChplAMECurh with fellowship, refreshments, music,
Poitier Everyone is invited. Call 638- play Xbox and other games, listen to -) 53nha Chpl.. .r aChurchw 95 ~m ate g TUSAYARL
4035. ~ ~~~~~music, more. Activities are free; low_ Easter Sunrise Service hun in3 at.hppe shourr; :05 a.m. se g HRDY PI
4 0 3 5 c o s t s n a c k s fo r s a le T ra n s p o rt a t io n a t S t M a t t h e w M .B .C E v e ry o n e is E a t e n et c o u r a rd e t0 o 0 s u p raF e l o hn.v a a 9 a m
)) Good Friday, "Veneration of the available (limited area); call 381-2549. invited. Call 352-3385. misterione aan d e 11amtorsi serviet o noo ate clothg g Coeaway 2856m
Chrs"-h ~ a t St-33. AnCahlc)) Easter Sunrise Service 6 a.m. in the Sanctuary. Everyone is invited to Orange St. in Marianna.
Chrh al4233.SATURDAY, MARCH 30 at St. James A.M.E. Church. The attend. Call 482-4502. )) Revival Service 7 p.m. at Sapp
)) Youth Activity Night 6 p.m at Reverend Ronald Dale M izer will be C u c nC t o d l .T eR v r n
Marianna Church of God. Ages: 12-19. ))Altha Church of God Inaugural preaching. Everyone is invited.* )) Easter Sunday Mass 8:30 a.m. Phrston Haddockdaile the gesten
Call 482-6264.Easter 5K and Kid's Fun Run 8 at St. Anne Catholic Church. Call PrsoHadcwilbthgut
Cal4266.a.m. at Altha Area Recreational Park. ))Easter Sunrise Service 6 a.m. 482-3734. speaker. Call 638-9705.
)) The "Passion" Movie 6:30 p.m. $25 for Adult 5K and $15 for Kid's Fun at Victory Tabernacle Church of God. E se att i hitAo e
at Christian Certer Church. Prior to Run. Medals and awards ceremony will Breakfast will be served after the 10:4 E aster anata Trint Batist Ch rc.one"Y A RI
the movie, at 5 p.m. there will be a follow the race. Proceeds will benefit service. Call 526-1841. Evr I04 aon is Tinit to a tt Church Youth Aci ty N i -5 .a
fellowship with small desserts, finger the Altha Church of God Youth Group ))Easter Sunrise Service 6:30 482-3705. Maisn inieCh ted Cl)Y u ch ofity N g e: 1-9.ma
snacks, soft drinks and coffee and a to help fund community outreach a.m. at Ascension Luther Chur ch. Eas- 4230.Mran hrho o.Ae:1-9
time of contemporary worship. There projects. Call 272-2851 or 272-7676. ter breakfast will follow at 8:30 a.m. )) Easter Program, ".IAll Happened Call 482-6264.
will be a nurse ry for children birth-3 ))Fe ltiggva a ~ and the Easter Celebration Service at in the City" 5:30 p.m. at Damascus )) Revival Service -m 7 p.m at Sapp
yenars avail adviolenthecenes, to noon at Mother Agnes' Closet, 2856 11 a.m. Call 482-4691. Freewill Baptist Church. Everyone is Church in Cottondale. The Reverend.
Coal~ grphc8-dvilet3cees Orange St. in Marianna. )) Easter Sunrise Se rvice 6:30 invited to attend this Easter program Preston Haddock will be the guest
Cal Goo1Fidy- eric3-74.m )) Gospel/Spiritual Workshop a.m. at Bethlehem Baptist Church. At presented by the youth of the Church. speaker. Call 638-9705.
)) Ascso Friayhervic -hurch.mCa. Continues 9:15 a.m. at Grant 11 a.m, there will be an Easter Cantata )) Revival Service 6 p.m. at Sapp )) Celebrate Recovery AdulIt, teen
atAsenio- Lt ern6huch1Cl Tabernacle A.M.E. Church, 419 Martin "ts Not Just a Story", presented b / Church in Cottondale. The Reverend meetings to "overcome hurts, habits
4249.Luther King Blvd. in Chipley. The work- the adult choir. At 7 p.m. the children Preston Haddock will be the guest and hang-ups in asafe environment:'
)).!Impact Church "Launch Confer- shop conducted by Constance Harris will present an Easter Program. Every- speaker. Call 638-9705. 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Center with
ence" 7 p.m. at the Graceville Civic Poitier will culminate with a concert one is invited to attend all services. praise and live worship music, testi-
Center. Speakers will be Apostle Mark at 5:30 p.m. Everyone is invited, Call Call 718-7648. ,.M NAARL1monies and fellowship. Dinner: 6 p.m.
Pickett of Impact Church and Apostle 638-4035. ))Easter Sunrise Service"- 6:30 ))Revival Service 7 p.mnan Sp Child care available. Call 209-7856,
Mark T Jones, Sr. of Center for Mani- ))Ipc hrh"anhCne- a.m. at Greenwood City Park. Break- atap 573-1131.
festation, Tampa. Call 372-2883 or visit fas willc follow "La nc thenfer-oo Church in Cottondale. The P4 verend
ww~mathucf~r.ence', 6 p.m. at the Graceville Civic Unite Mhoisfo t ChhEe r oe Preston Haddock will be the guest ))Pulse"- 7-10) p.m. at Cypress Grove
wwwimpctcurcfl~rg.Center. Speakers will be Apostle Mark UieMthdsCur.Evyois speaker. Call 638-9705. Assembly of God Church in Grand
)Holy Week Service 7 p.m. at St. .Picket of,Impact Church and Apostle invited to attend. Call 569-5628. Ridge. Youth outreach. program open
James A.M.E. Church. Freddie Rouihac ',Mark T. Jones; Sr. of Center for Mani- ))Easter Sunrise Service 6:30 to all teens in grades 6-12; shoot pool,
and the Popular Spring M.B.C. family festation, Tampa. Call 372-2883 or visit a.m. at Rocky Creek Baptist Church, TUESDAY, APRIL 2 play Xbox and other games, listen to
will be preaching. Everyone is invited, www.impactchurchfl.,org. followed by a covered dish breakfast ))Dare to Live 'Healed Healing music, more. Activities are free; low-
)) Celebrate Recovery Ad ult, teen ))Last Words of Christ Program at 8 a.m., everyone is asked to bring School Class 7 p.m. in the Bascom cost snacks for sale. Transportation
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits -6 p.m. at New Beginning Outreach, a breakfast dish to share. At 10:30 Town Hall at 4969 Basswood Road. available (limited area); call 381-2549.
and hang-ups in a safe environment:' Ministries Inc. Speakers include: a.m. the presentation "Risen: A Thorn FreeclasseS taught by Jacquelyn
7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Center with Brother Torrence Johnson, Deacon Easter Experience." Everyone is invited McGriff. Call 276-6024. Special event announcements for Jackson
- County churches are published, free of
praise and live worship music, testi- Eric Dawsey, Deacon Jimmy Godwin, to attend. Call 643-7711. ))Revival Service 7 p.m. at Sapp charge, each Friday in the Floridan's "Reli-
monies and fellowship. Dinner: 6 p.m. Jr., Elder John Pullan, Minister John )) Easter Sunrise Service and Church in Cottondale. The Reverend gion Calendar'." Submission deadline: Noon,
Child care available. Call 209-7856, Colvin, Elder Carl Sorey and Minister Breakfast 6:30 a.m at Welcome Preston Haddock will be the guest Tuesday. Email items to editorial@jcfiori-
573-1131.' Willie Snell, Bishop Harry Smith Will Assembly of God, followed by the speaker. Call 638-9705. 'dan.corn, subject line: Religion Calendar.
Religion Brief
'The Passion' is tonight at High School. sponsoring the showing of this emotional problems from view- of this portion.of his life and
Christian Center" Chuirch Prior to the showing of the movie. A nursery will be pro- inig this movie and nmay need to ministry.
movie, at 5 p.m., there will be vided for children from birth-3 be excluded. The staff and members of
The movie "The Passion" will a time of fellowship with small years, beginning 6 p.m. through This Sunday is Easter and Christian Center Church invite
be shown tonight at 6:30 p.m. desserts, finger snacks, soft the conclusion of the movie. the celebration of the Savior's ev eryone to attend this event.
at the Christian Center Church drinks and coffee and at 6 p.m. a This movie contains many resurrection will be prefaced by For more information, call
located at the corner of Shef- time of contemporary wo, trship, graphic scenes of the violence the showing of his betrayal, trial, 718-6634.
field Drive and Old US Road, off The Grace Life Group that was inflicted on the Savior; torture and deathas the Church
Caverns Road behind Marianna of the Christian Center is therefore, children may have moves into the celebration Special to the Floridan
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Your Guide To Local Houses Of Worship

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"Risen: A Thorn
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Rocky Creek Road in
he most recent Jewish Com- Recent Pew Forum on Religion & Marianna is proud to
.... munity Study of NewYork held Public Life research found that, for the present "Risen: A Thorn
-followed the sobering Jewish trends of a Protestant majority Sunday, March 3 1, at
'- recent decades. with only 48 percent of 10:30 a.m. Through
Yes, the 1.5 million or so Jews living in the population claim- multimedia, worship-
New York City and surrounding counties ing ties to Prtstant pr ileprec h
included a rising tide of people living in denominations. power and compas-
14interfaith relationships and some had Tery This trend has affected Sion of Jesus' life, the
even begun calling themselves "partially M attingly a variety of churches, but pain of his crucifixion
Jewish." Participation in liberal Jewish the liberal mainline has and the triumph of his
congregations declined, again. Jews been hit especially hard. resurrection.
who. said it was "very important" to af- Episcopal membership, for example, Church Pastor James
filiate with Jewish institutions fell to 44 has fallen from 3.4 million in 1967 to 1.9 Swafford is says, "This
percent. million in 2011. presentation is, without
But one number was genuinely star- The United Church of Christ, Presi- doubt the most remark-
.SUBMITTED PHOTO dling- that 74 percent of the region's dent Barack Obama's denomination, able Passion Play I have
BCF Resident Directors are preparing for the "Lakeside Jewish children were found in the has declined from morethan million ever seen. I have been to
Echo" competition to be held Tuesday, April 2, at 7 p.m. in the one-third of the Jewish households that members in 1962 to just over 1, million Passion Plays in several
Welnes Cntr.identified as Orthodox. in 2011. countries and I have
No wonder leaders of the Reform However, liberal religious groups never seen one like this.
B Ch o movement and other liberal Jewish "may have ultimately lost the battle for It is narrated by "Doubt-
B _M h s institutions have been asking sobering membership, but they won the larger ing Thomas", and he is
questions about theology, demograph- cultural struggle," noted Turner, in an "funny" in the midst of
ID e L ,n,, ics and the -future. online First Things essay. "Through the pathos of the Passion
L a es d The liberal approach to observance. their embrace of religious pluralism Play. He lends scuttle
"L k e id E h makes it impossible to set and maintain and more universal mystical religious humor as he explains the
high expectations in terms of com-, experiences, liberal Protestants imper- "Back Story", it is "1Real".
Special to the Floridan -have been chosen to rate munal participation," argued Rabbi fled their own institutional strength but: It brings a "live" element
each performance and se- Dana Evan Kaplan, in a much-debated persuaded many Americans of the value to an event that oc-.
Students at The Baptist lect the superior and most broadside in The Forward. of their ideas." curd 2,000 years ago,
College of Florida are pre- creative group. The entire "Without an omnipotent God who For example, liberal Protestants have and'one that has always
paring for an evening full of evening will surely be full can compel believers to practice a backed by progressive elements in been "Staged." Accord-
film as dorm residents will of laughter and enjoyment prescribed pattern of behavior, religious Catholicism and Judaism been Vic- ing to Swafford, Rocky
come together to compete as students have found consumerism becomes the movement's torious in their push to define religions Creek Baptist Church is
in a special Baptist Colle- creative ways to include dominant ethos. value in public life primarily in terms of one of the first churches
Elate Ministries event. everyone in their dorm. "In the absence of a strong theological social and economic justice, in con- in the United States to
On Tuesday, April 2, at 7 Baptist Collegiate. Min- basis for making religious demands, the trast with more conservative groups present "Risen: A Thorn
p.m. students will gather in istries Director Ashley members lose interest and wander off." that would stress both good works and Experience". This is the
the Wellness Center to par- Fredryk provides multiple There is, however, an ironic cultural evangelism. first year an exclusive
ticipate or cheer on their ministry opportunities for reality hiding in all the negative trends Then there is religious liberalisms licensed performance
dorm-mates in a dorm vs. students during the se- that have been nagging liberal Judeo- "much higher tolerance of pluralism," has been allowed by the
dorm talent competition. mester in addition- to the Christian institutions, noted historian even on eternal issues tied to salvation, production company,
Married BCF students and upcoming night of fun and John Turner, who teaches religious stud- said Turner, in a telephone interview. "The Thorn Live" .
those students living off- fellowship. For example, ies at George Mason University. Belief in "universalism -- that all Rocky CreekBaptist
campus will also be able on Tuesday and Thurs- This ironic wrinkle is easiest to see in world religions lead to the same. eternal Church is excited to be
to participate as the entire day evenings, BCM coor- the influential denominations scholars ends remains "very divisive among able to invite the com-
community is invited to dinates ladies and men's call the "seven sisters" of Protestantism., evangelicals, but you Would have to say munity to attend this
come together for an eve- Bible st udies and workout These churches, in descending that this belief has become the norm in unique production and
ning of fun. opportunities. order by size, are the United Method- Middle America." experience of the Risen
Some musically-gifted Everyone is invited to at- ist Church, the Evangelical Lutheran Religious liberals have also been Savior in a totally new
dorm residents have been tend BCM's exciting night Church in America, the Presbyterian much quicker to adapt to the looser way. For more infor-
practicing and preparing to of competition and enter- Church (U.S.A.), the Episcopal Church, moral standards of the sexual revolu- mnaion regarding this
sing while other residents tainmen t called "Lakeside the American Baptist Churches USA, tion, especially when changing ancient Easter presentation, call
are working hard on spe- Echo!" the United Church of Christ and doctrines linked to hot-button topics 526-7508.
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By the editors of Consumer Reports thigh or pelvis. When clots occur prescription hormones for meno-
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of protein, blood cells and thrombi. weight or obese, having high blood
B platelets -can be lifesaving The biggest danger is that por- pressure or being a smoker.
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an injury, notes Consumer Reports travel through the bloodstream. If ited blood-clotting disorders, such
on Health. But they can be deadly the traveling clots, or emboli, lodge as Factor V Leiden.
if they form where they aren't in the lungs, they can block blood
needed. flow and cause a pulmonary infarc- Prevention measures
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surface causes a burning or itching condition that can severely corn- deep vein thrombosis don't have
sensation yet typically doesn't lead promise lung function. Untreated symptoms. So the best way to
to serious problems. But a clot that pulmonary emboli lead to death in protect yourself is to reduce your
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with blood flow, often causing weight if needed and not smoking.
swelling and inflammation. Called Who's at risk? Avoiding immobility. Sitting or-
deep vein thrombosis, it can also Not all risk factors are injury-re- lying down for long periods of
break up and form emboli (clots lated. A number of situations can time allows blood to pool and can
that travel through the blood- increase your risk, including: induce clotting. Walking or other-
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to severe organ damage and death. or plane. the heart.
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crafted bird house at an opportunity
drawing to be held during the Successflll Bus mess
Marianna Woman's Club Annual Yard, Bake
and Plant Sale on Saturday, April 6. The bird Small businesses must compete on value, not, price
house was created by Marianna resident and ig box stores like Big box stores employ Now, you are always that it is up to you to spell
artist, Lanet James. The drawing will be mid D Wal-Mart, Home local staff, but all of the going to have certain out this value.
day. Tickets for the opportunity drawing are B Depot and Lowe's 7V411111 profit is customers who demand Now go out and make
are able to buy goods for swept out the lowest price. However, sure that you are clearly
available at Michael's Toggery and from a much lower cost than to their these customers are loyal explaining the value you
Marianna Woman's Club members. Tickets almost any small busi- ': corporate to nothing but price. If offer on a daily basis.
are $1 each or six for $5. Proceeds from the ness, which gives them a offices. you meet the low price, The better you can
competitive advantage on They do you will have their busi- communicate this, the
drawing will help fund various club projects. price. Je77yf not make a ness only until they find a more likely you are to
The Bird House will Make a delightful And, even though small Osteryroung real corn- lower price elsewhere. develop customers who
addition to a screened porch or Florida room businesses will never be mitment Instead of chasing the are loyal to you in spite of
able to match their larger to the local lowest price, develop the lower price offered by
and is a great Mother's Day gift idea. Founded rivals on price, they can community in the same customers who are loyal competition.
on November 4, 1919, the Marianna Womans --and should -- compete way Tallahassee-based to you because you have You can do this!
Clbisteolet evceogaiaio very effectively on value. companies do. provided them the value Jerry Osteryoung can be reached
Clu i te odet ervceoraniatoninWhen I talk about Money spent at small, they need. just remember at jerry.osteryoung@gmail.com.
Jackson County. The club is a member of the "value," what I mean is local businesses stays
Florida Federation of Women's Clubs and the all the things that bring in the community. Lo- :
some kind of benefit or cal firms are the ones
General Federation of Women's Clubs. The advantage to a business' that keep chambers of
historic clubhouse, circa 1864, is located on customers. Clearly, know- commerce afloat and
the corner-of Caledonia and Clinton Streets. ing what these things are do so much to ensure
wilhelp you articulate a the vibrancy of their
For more information about the organization, sales strategy. communities.
contact President, Chris Sharkey, Marianna For example, if you have The key here is remind-
Woman's Club, PO Box 734, Marianna, a generous return policy ing your customers that
or delivery program, these you are local. You cannot
Florida 32447. advantages should be simply assume they
presented to any cus- already know. Custom- 1
lli~t~tI ]Olljrtomer who wants you to ers are often surprised to
0 m r M n compete on price. find out a firm is local, so
R is -av rseI think so many small it is important that you
businesses fail to recog- remind them frequently
R isk -averse nize that being locally of the contributionsITSY U MO E
owned and operated has you are making in the B AU"LI.T
m u s se tle forvalue to their customers. community.

JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com rCo &1 ST'ATrIE FRIDAY, MARCH 29.,2013 ,,7Ar-
Marianna Chapel Shelton, Doris Watford, El- Force and served at the~t
Funeral Home len Bass and Evelyn Per- PentagoninWsngo
3960 Lafayette Street k n .D C wh r he ered as a
Marianna, Florida 32446 James is survived by his Chief Master Sergeant in
850-526-5059 wife Gloria Knowles Atwell 1967. He has held varied
of Marianna, Florida, positions since his retire-
daughter Brenda & Sterling ment and served locally in
Mary Helen Corry of 'Chatahoochee, organizations such a h
LockeoApdin;FthrOe step- Kiwanis Club, Optimist 11-l
-CILFchildren, Dr. Henry & Kelly Club and Elks Lodge.
Knowles of Marianna, Flor- Survivors include his de-
Mary Helen Locke Aplin ida, Tim & Holle Knowles voted wife of 65 years, A1- ,
age 67 passed away on of Charleston, South Caro- ma Sapp Corbin of Marian-
Wednesday, March 27, lina, Tammy & Dr. Michael na, two sons; John Corbin .-
2013. Glaze of Tallahassee, Flori- and wife Gabby of Talla- -'
Funeral services will be da; two granddaughters hassee, Mark Corbin and ,
held on Monday, Aprl 1, Nichole & Nate Roberts of wife Candy of Marianna,. 14N
2013 at 10 A.M. in Cypress Niceville, Florida, Kristen one daughter, Peggy Ann ,
Creek Community Church Corry, of Dothan, Alabama Chapman and husband "
with interment to follow in and one great grandson Raymond of Marianna; 8
the church cemetery. Marshall Roberts who he grandchildren and 15 great .).
Visitation will be held on lovingly referred to as grandchildren; two sister I\
Sunday, March 31, 2013 "Marshall Dillion". He had Madeline Pippin of
from 5 to 7 P. M. at Ma- nine step-grandchildren Chipley and Murlene MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
rianna Chapel Funer ,.1 Taylor, M cKenzie & M i- Sm ith of Alford. n t B x e a d Bil e F r u e m s re ab rd sth y p uc
Home. chael Glaze; Bella, Trystan Funeral services will be TantBxeadBileFruem sreab rdsthypuc
Maianna Chapel Funer- & Hugh Knowles; Henry III, held on Saturday, March /up and reroof the Peanut Shack on U.S. 231 Thursday. The stand,,
al Home is in charge of ar- Ben & Mark Knowles. He 30, 2013 at 2:00 P.M. at East
rangements. has multiple nieces and Side Baptist Church in Ma- which specializes in green and boiled peanuts, opened in the
Expressions of sympathy nephews whom he dearly rianna with Pastor Jofi mid- 1980s and has been operated for its entire history by Willie
may be submitted online at loved. Mr. Atwell has 4 sis- Rollyson officiating.
www.mariannachapelffh.com. ters, Mamie P. Hopper of The family will receive Baxter, Janet's father. Janet Baxter said the shack will be opening,
Lanier-Andler "Bascom, Florida, Linda & friends from 12:30 P.M. un- when the roof and repair work is done. In addition to
Funeral Home Gus Griffin or Port St. Joe, til time of service. Inter- entteUS 3 adakslspasus n te
Fneal HForid Florida, Helen Hall'& Betty 'ment will follow the funeral PentheU .23lad rkslsp squhadohr
85059-900 Cross of Bascom, Florida. in Salem Freewill Baptist produce. Janet Baxter said they are also raising a crop of green
850-93-900Visitation with family Church Cemetery.
friends will take place The family would like to peanuts for sale in the stand.
James Coley atThe Sneads Assembly of thank everyone for their
God Church Friday, March prayers and support.. Inthtbrdrispoeyonheac
Atwell 29, 2013 from 6:00 till Lieu of flowers, please side, tat ode hispe rt sai the fer bwlause
8:00pm CDT. Funeral will make contributions to Cbov- R oad ov esi h er wl as
Mr. James Coley Atwell be Saturday, March 30, chant Hospice, 4215 From PagelIA erosion and drainage problems.
went home to be with Jesus 2013 at l:00amn CDT at Kel~on Avenue, Ste E, Ma- With Evergreen in play, Smith said.
March 27, 2013 after a brief The Sneads Assembly of rianna, FL 32446. cross the section to access his property his mover can take Blue Springs Road,,
illness. Mr. Atwell was 78 God Church with inter- Marianna Chapel Funer- from that road without their permission. which is a paved road, to Evergreen and
years old born on Decem- merit at Sylvania Cemetery al Home is in charge of ar-" At a public hearing on the matter Tues- then onto his property.
ber 9, 1934. His parents in Decatur County, Geor- rangements, day, it did not appear that such permis- Without Evergreen, Smith's mover
were Lester, & Creamer gia. Expressions of sympathy sion would be forthcoming if the road would have to travel Merritt's Mill Road,
Atwell. Lanier-Andler Funeral may be submitted online at were closed. which is partly paved and partly dirt,
James retired from the Home of Sixeads, Florida is www.mariannachapelfh.com. The Smith and Green camps passed then turn onto Midway Fish Camp
Florida State Hospital after in charge of arrangements. Marianna Chapel tense words at the meeting Tuesday, but Road, a narrow dirt road that leads to the
35 years 'of employment. Ph 850-593-9900. "Funeral Home their comments made from their seats back of his property. Without Evergreen,
quick wtanw huor hanainndhpl 0Lfaet t the back of the commission room were Smith and his family would also have
quckwi ad umr nd Funeral Home Marianna, FL 32446 not clearly audible from points closer to to take that route on their daily trips to
earned the nickname Hol- 3960 Lafayette Street" 850-526-5059 tebadmmes n rmhm.Sihsi iwyFs
lywood. He had an endless Marianna, Florida .32446thborme es.adfo oe.SihadMdwyFh
supply of jokes that he en- 850-526 -5059 Smith said he plans to establish a sim- Camp is so narrow that it's difficult for
joyed sharing-. Fred Chris ple home site and has no.plans for activi- two meeting vehicles to pass each other
James was a family man Rties that would put any traffic the road safely on tlheroad.
anIoud alwaysong cuten;hdM ri other than normal. day-to-day travel by Adispute is also inplayregarding some
conurin always of dicul-Srvcsfoer.Fe himself and his wife, a nd does not tin- fencing and posts that has been erected
tyond uilnies He neverue- Chris arti will reed derstand why Green and Pittman Warit across the road where it and Smith's
ceived as much as a traffic. from the graveside today at th odcls.pretyinme.Sihmvdte
ticket ipi his 78 years. 7:0PM nPiers e Asked by commissioners whether he, two posts' and the fencing that were in
Jams srvied olo mria Gaden wih Rv. Smith, would be willing to compromise, the right of way but left the material on
cancer in 2007 .with the James Rich officiating. by agreeing to the closure of the road site, propped up against the rest of the
love and support of his wife Military honors will be once he, gets his trailer in place, Smith fence line that it was attached to. Soon
Gloria Knowles Atwell. Mr. given by Fort Rucker Hon- said no. He said he needs the road in the after, he said, he found a sign duct-taped
Atwell had a love for. the or Guard. future as a better access to his property to one of the posts that warned him not
outdoors. He had a green Marianna Chapel Funer- than he has from other routes. Smith said to remove the fencing.
thumb an flovsed pltnge Jo nnel Home is in charge of at- he has no intention of backing down as Smith said he feels the fence material,
tes&foesheejyd Jh ne rangements, the county continues discussion Of the if privately-owned; a nprpitl
gardening and landscaping CobnExpressions of sympathy water Iti xetdt eo gnapae ntepbinprigtoprateand
his yard and taking care of Corbi mater suIite isin exetdtaeoth gnapaedo h ulcrgto-a n
them with love. He loved wwIainncaefh.com. of the board's next meeting in two weeks. should not be there.
his Church, The Sneads As- Johnnie "Dalton" Corbin, The matter was tabled Tuesday after the As of Wednesday afternoon, the ma-
sembly of God and his Pas- age 84 of Marianna went 'public hearing so that commissioners terials remained out of the.path of the
tor, Rev. Juno Douglas. home to be with, the Lord who wish to do so can visit the.,site be- road.
James was preceded in on~t Iac 7h21.fre committing toa vote. Located off Blue Springs Highway,
death by his parents, wife He was born in Washing- In his appearance before the board, Evergreen,is something of a pieced-to-
of .50 years Gala Thames ton County'to Fred and Ju- Artistic Designs UnI imited Inc. Green offered no specific reason for gether road with three different looks.
Atwll;twobrthes Tm li Grm orbn. r.www.artisicdesignsunltd.com wanting the road closed and commis- The majority of the road is surfaced with
Donald; sisters Mary Lou Corbin joined the U. S. Air 850-372-4456 soesddntakhmwy u oemle shl.Ta eto a nt
" ...................................... .... discussion',occurred about the difficul- lines running alongside it on one side.
Lif Cheeri onl Dad ties associated with Evergreen, such as Trees frame it on the other, and some of
the fact that some utility poles do stand those may be in or near the legal* right-
iWJ To 7 in the legal right-of-way of the road and of-way. As the milled asphalt gives way
From Page 1A that some trees may also be in the right- to dirt, a "pigtrail" curves off to the east
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Pa.police: Ex-trooekilwf, self in market
The Associated Press 1,4.1 to say how many times it threatened to kill her, devastated now."
C ,, ,,,,llm ~ R14 was fired. but a passer-by saw him Mark Miscavish'sdefense
A former state trooper "'. He had been arrested trying to drag her back attorney, David Charles,
killed his estranged wife .. :Jan. 23 after Traci Miscav- into the home and stopped Mason, was not available
with shotgun inside a i iswohdrcnlletto help, Parks Miller for comment, his office
central Pennsylvania su- m.... ..,' him returned to the home said. He was charged :.said.
permarket Thursday and to retrieve some belong- with simple assault, ter- Traci Miscavish, 49, filed
tshe kiled hmfr daysc a ings, Centre County Dis- roristic threats and harass- for divorce within the past
an w otsafter she fie fo ioc trict Attorney Stacy Parks ment and spent a week week. ,
an w'mnh fe eMiller said. in jail before being bailed Her sister Gina March,
was accused of beating~l' Traci Miscavish believed, out. ,"speaking to reporters
,her, police said. her husband had *been Parks Miller said Traci outside the supermarket
Mark R. Miscavish, who abusing prescription drugs Miscavish lived in fear of after the shooting, said
retired from the state and when she went to take her 51-year-old estranged the system had failed
poic in 201 afer1 them away, he. wrestled husband and told prosecu- both her sister and her
years, killed Traci A. Mis- THE ASSOCIATEDPRESS' tier to the ground pinned tors she believed he would, brother-in-law.
cavish at the County Mar- State police work the scene of a shooting Thursday, March her arms behind her and harm her further. "He wasn't in his right
ket in Philipsburg, authori- 28, at the Countyt Market grocery store on the outskirts of attempted to bind herwith "She said, 'The next time mind," March said. "I don't
ties said. Philipsburg, Pa. Pennsylvania State Police say the gunman duct tape, said Parks Miller, I see him is going to be at believe he's at fault, I be-
State police investigators, in a supermarket shooting is a retired state trooper, and the whose office was prosecut-, the end of a gun,'" Parks lieve he needed help. ....
said that he began search- woman he shot before killing himself had been his wife. ing him. -Miller told The Associ- And nobo-dy was there to
ing the store for her after upstairs office of the busi- the gun on himself." He pulled out a gun -a ated Press. "We were veryhl inttejde
arriving there around 10 ness and shortly thereafter Investigators recovered police affidavit said he did concerned when he got riot the cops, not our
a.m. "He located her in an shot her and then turned the weapon, but declined not point it at her and out and .we're just system."
Obama:, 'Shame on us'if, Congress forgets Newtown-
The Associated Press lion" with more than 100 crats' caution, spokesman In stronger language this without the need to in- effort's centerpiece and
WASHINGTON -Presi- rallies and other events Kevin Hall said Virginia week, Democratic Sen. fringe upon the Sec- was the focus of Obama's
dent Barack Obama planned from .Connecti- Sen. Mark Warner: is. "'still Heidi Heitkamp of North ond Amendment rights, remarks. The system, de-
pressed Congress on cut to California. This holding conversations Dakota said, "I donot need of law-abiding North signed to block criminals
Thursday not to forget the was ond top of a $12 mil- with Virginia stakeholders someone from New York Dakotans." and the mentally disturbed
heartbreak of the Newtown lion TV ad campaign fi- and sorting through issues Cityto tell me howto handle Expanding federal back- from getting firearms,
elementary school mas- nanced by New York City on background checks" crime in our state. I know ground checks to private currently applies only *to
sacre and "get squishy" Mayor Michael Bloomberg and proposals on assault that we can go after and sales, at gun shows and transactions by licensed
on tightened gun laws, that has been pressuring weapons and magazines. prosecute criminals online is the gun-control gun dealers.
'though som e lawm akers senators in 13 states to ........................................
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Party remain a tough sell rules... :,
on an approaching Senate But if political momen-
vote to expand purchasers' tur was building after the
background checks. nightmarish December
"Shame on us if we've shootings, -it has flagged .
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lost children to shootings. widespread Republican '2:
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Taneil becomes receivers,
The Associated Press Tannehill hasn't met
Keller or Gibson but trad-
KEY BISCAYNE --Under o,% ,ed text messages with
constant pressure, Ryan ",.them after they signed.
Tannehill kept backped- All three newcomers cited
sling, trying to buy more Tannehill's potential as a
time so he could improve factor in their choice of
his accuracy teams.
This wasn't the Miami "That makes me feel
Dolphins' revamped of- good," Tannehill said.
fense at work. This was ce- The first quarterback
lebrity tennis at the Sony drafted in the first round by
Open. Miami since Dan Marino
Tannehill, who has played in 1983, Tannehill became
the game only a handful of the first Dolphins rookie
times, took part in a dou- QB to start all 16 games. He
bles match Thursday with threw for 3,294 yards, more 7t :
NFL offensive lineman than acclaimed rookie
Bryant McKinnie and two classmates Robert Griffin
of the world's best doubles III or Russell Wilson. ?7..:.
players, Nadia Petrova and Now he might throw .. : ;' /
Katarina Srebotnik. even more. ," ....
"I'm not going to be go- "You build your offense THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ing down to the local club THE ASSOCIATED PRESS around the weapons you Marquette guard. Vander BlOe (13) shoots past Miami
and beating anyone," Tan- Ryan Tannehill participates in a celebrity tennis event at the have," he said. forward Kenny Kadji (35) and guard Durand Scott (1) during
nehill said. "But it's fun to Sony Open in Key Biscayne on Thursday. A converted receiver, the NCAA tournament on Thursday in Washington.
do something different." Keller. They also re-signed Tannehill had dinner Tannehill started only 19
The match gave Tan- wideout Brian Hartline, with Wallace when the games at Texas A&M.' Be- -Marquette puts end
nehill a break from offsea- That means big: changes former Pittsburgh Steel- cause he's still fairly inex-
son work as he prepares for Tannehill, who had a ers star came to Miami to perienced at quarterback, ,
fo i ecn eso ihsolid rookie season despite sign. he expects to show lots of ,t M a is e so
forhto second seasonwith
the Dolphins, who have an unimposing cast of "It was nice," Tannehill improvement in 2013.
been busy trying to, up- wideouts who caught only said. "He was excited, and "'Tm really looking for-
grade his supporting cast. three touchdown passes. 1 was excited to havesa guy ward to getting into the The Associated Press ment. Davante Gardner
This month they signed "We're all excited about like him. I-think we're both second year," he said. "I've added 14 points, With
MikeWallace, the top pass- the opportunities on the ready, to get things going heard so many guys say WASHINGTON --12 coming in the second
catcher in free agency, and plate now," he said. "It's and start building that you make your biggest Vander Blue's buzzer- half when the Golden
wideout Brandon Gib- just a matter of taking ad- chemistry and show it on jump from year one to year beater came at the end Eagles were comfortably
son and tight end Dustin. vantage of them." Sundays." two. of the first half. For a ahead.
. change, Marquette didnt Shane Larkin scored 14
need one at the end of points to lead the No. 2
So ~ allthe game. seed Hurricanes, whose
S 0 ltlballr _"'I After sweating through NCAA run to the round
Frm ae ga pair of edge-of-your- of 16 matched the best in
seat comebacks in the school history
Childs got the win NCAA tournament,. Blue Blue missed his first two
for six innings of work, and the Golden Eagles shots -piing for a foul
,allowing two un- figured out how to put after throwing up a clum-
.earnedrnonfu one away early, earning sy airball on a baseline
,hits and two walks Marquette's first trip to' drive- but he got on the
with two strikeouts. the Elite Eight since 2003 board when he picked off
Anderson .led the with a 71-61 win over Mi- a pass and converted the
offense, going 3-for- i !ami on Thursday night. steal into a one-handed
3 with a home rn, *:,iJ{ 'Blue, who spurred the jam to give Marquette an
three RBIs, and a !! .....rallies that beat Davidson 8-4 lead.
run, while Allen was ....by one and Butler by two, Meanwhile, the Hurri-
,'2-for-3 with, a triple,, finished with 14 points. canes couldn't sink ashot.
two RBI, and two ...............He wasn't ,Marquette's R~tphael Akpejiori flung
Alyssa Hathcoat had was, Jamil Wilson with 16 off the backboard that it
two hits and two'runs, .... %but it was Blue's often- looked better suited for
and Garrels was 2-for- .. .-,sive and defensive energy a setup toss in a dunk
4 with a run and an that pushed the Golden contest. Miami started 2
RBI, with Katie Har- 1Eagles to a double-digit for 12, including 0 for 6
rison going 1-for-3 lead in the first half, a from 3-point range, and
with two RBIs, Katie spread Miami never came Larkin's 3-pointer more
,Godfrey 1-for-1 W ith close to making up. than 11i minutes into the
an RBI and Chandler The game wasn't hard game was the first Hurri-
SSeay 1-for3 with two to decipher. Marquette canes field goal scored by
Runs. could shoot; Miami anyone other than Kenny
.... Lad Indians couldn't. The Hurricanes Kadji.
out-hit Pensacola 13-j,;,, (29-7) had sentiment on Even when the Hurri-
5 for the game and 24- their side, returning to canes ran a play perfect-
S9 overall for the day. the arena where coach ly, the shot wouldn't fall.
Chipola is now 30-5 MAR ASKIER/FLOIDA, Jim Larranaga led mid- Trey McKinney Jones had
,,on the season. Chipola's Eva Voortman pitches against Pensacola on Thursday. major George Mason a nice screen set for him
to the Final Four seven in the final minute of the
lndl- "ansyears ago, but they made first half, but his open 15-
,.ments& Some guys have got quickly resolved if they're A three-game set against only 35 percent of their footer rattled in and out.
b i an to understand that we've going to make a push to- a team without a league .field goals and missed 18 Jones' miss set the
FrmPg Bgot to change to get better. wards one of the top two win would appear to be a of 26 3-pointers. stage for Blue to end the
Frm ae BWe got that process work- spots in the league that golden opportunity for the Marquette, meanwhile, half with an exclamation

FGCUt ready for next challenge v1s. Florida
The Associated Press with the attention and the school with nearly 50,000
media being around. And students, has a roster load-
ARLINGTON, Texas -A the students were excited ed with NCAA experience.
week ago, Florida Gulf about ,what's going on ft is the first time that two
Coast University was just and talking to us," Fieler teams fr-om the same state
another overlooked No. 15 said. have meet in this round of
seed a longshot at best "..But now.' we're in Dal- the NCAA tournament.
to nearly everyone eye- MElas, we can feel the game Florida, which won con-
balling their NCAA tourna- 11Aistarting to get closer and secutive national titles in
ment brackets.,. closer,". Enfield said. "Just 2006 and 2007, has been
Now the Eagles are the like the Georgetown and to regional finals each of
high-flying show from San Diego State games the last two years. But this
"Dunk City" in the round got closer and closer. And is the last chance for se-
of 16, the darlings of the they're very, very focused." niors Kenny Boynton, Erik
South Regional and a While- Florida Gulf Coast Murphy and Mike Rosario
bracket-busting t earn ev- was back home getting to get a championship of
erybody is talking about accolades and trying to their own.
even when surrounded by prepare among a pep rally- "We remember the pain
former national champi- type atmosphere, the Ga- it.-caused for us last year,"
ons Michigan, Kansas and tors spent the entire week Boynton said. "I think
Florida. in Texas. They stayed in the we used it to learn...
"Things have changed Lone Star State instead of We've been close. And our
dramatically," FGCU coach going back-and-forth af- 'goal is to get further this
Andy Enfield said. ter beating Minnesota last year."
"The way we looked at Sunday in Austin,. about The Gators, Kansas,
it, we did make history... three hours away. Marquette and Ohio State
We feel like we shocked the The Eagles are in the are the only teams in the
world," said Brett Comner 111ri p round of 16*.in only their NCAA round of 16 for the
the guard with 22 points second season being eli- third season in a row. It is
and 24 assists in two NCAA gible for the NCAA, tour- the first time Florida has
games. "Nobody picked us nament. Florida, a state done that.
to beat Georgetown, or San
Diego State, for sure. We're
going to prepare for FMori-
da the same way. We're go-
ing to try to win again." ~, rs
Florida Gulf Coast (26-
10) plays the SEC reguflar-
season champion Gators
(28-7), the No. 3 seed in S AL: ;:- E
the South, on Friday night. "j:!!
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showdown is magnified THE ASSOCIATED PRESS atx CoGE emrFa..
even more at Cowboys Florida Gulf Coast's Sherwood Brown dunks during practice for a regional semifinal game in 6uaFltBd&Aisabees
Stadium, where the court' the NCAA tournament Thursday in Arlington, Texas. Florida Gulf Coast faces Florida today.,
is on a raised stage and be- one of the world's larg- FGCU younger than the only senior starter.
low giant high-definition est HD displays to appear players who have put it on After their two NCAA 6t d
screens that had the play- larger than life, though a national stage. tournament victories in
ers' attention on Thursday. any highlight dunks sure "I never heard of Florida Phladelphia, the Eagles o r s
"Even if you make big will look good orn the big Gulf Coast until actually I arrived home early Mon-
plays, it's hard to get a screens. started to visit the school day morning. All the play- Up 1 36 ",m rn h
good angle on that TV, you How about a few shots up and to attend it," admit- ers were in badk in class
have to stand right on the there of their sun-soaked ted Sherwood Brown, a few hours after that,
edge (of the court)," Eagles campus in Fort Myers, Fla., the dreadlocked show-., though the atmosphere i-A py0 1le2/
forward Chase Fieler said. with its manmade lakes man who leads the Eagles had certainly changed on ate s n nc.lru co
"We'll have~o run more to- and a beach? The school's in scoring (15.6 points the campus with an enroll- Qetos al803545
ward the sideline to see it." first classes were held per game) and rebounds ment of 13,468.
This group doesn't need in August 1997, making (6.6 rpg) and is their "It was a busy week, just ExlsvyatheMtrsS o Dhn
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Heat start to move on after streak ends
The Associated Press When Indiana beat the from my guys," Miami for-
Heat on Feb. 1, 'Miami ward Shane Battier, who
Their winning streak, fi- coach Erik Spoelstras was part of a 32-game win
nally over, the Miami Heat postgame theme was that streak at Duke, 22 with the
did on Thursday what his club had to get bet- Houston Rockets and now
they had planned to do all ter. Nearly two months 27 with the Heat, wrote
along. later, when the Heat streak on Twitter early Thursday.
They took the day off. ended in Chicago, much "The foCusand effort (and
While the circus atmo- of Spoelstra's postgame luck) was phenomenal."
sphere around the team remarks had. the same Battier closed that tweet
may slow down now- un- theme. with two hashtagged
til the playoffs start, any- Players understood his words onward and
way the way the reign- point. upwards.
ing NBA champions go "At the end of the day, a Whether it was because
about their business over win is a win in our league," they were revered, or re-
the final 11 games of the said reigning MVP LeBron riled, the Heat probably
regular season probably James, who averaged ex- got more eyeballs on NBA
will not. Miami's epic, his- actly,27 points per game regular-season basketball
toric, sometimes-mind- during the 27-game win- than any team had in some
boggling 27-game winning ning streak. "We've gotten time, with people watching
streak ended with a 10 1-97 better throughout the ea- to root for either the streak
loss to the Chicago Bulls son. Each and every month continuing or the streak
on Wednesday night, and we've improved. We've ending..
Heat guard Dwyane Wade started. from behind some They were must-see TV,
was among those sound- games, but for the most as proven by national net-
ing absolutely relieved part we've played .some works like ESPN and NBA
afterward. great basketball. We're not TV scrambling to pick up
"It really didn't mat-, a team that builds bad Heat games as the streak
ter to us," Wade said. "If habits. That's not even who 'rolled along. ESPN said
you get it, it's awesome., we are so we're not worried the overnight rating for
If you don't, we still won abu ht"Ha-Bulls was the fifth-
27 games in a.row. That's No matter how they did best of any regular-season
pretty awesome. So, we re- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS it, no matter how many game ever shown on the
ally weren't like, 'We've got Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade (left) and forward keBron James watch Chicago Bulls forward double-digit deficits they network.
to get that record.' Not at Carlos Boozer shoot a free throw in Chicago on Wednesday. The Bulls won 101-97, ending the erased or fourth-quarter + Media coverage was as
all. And now that it's over, Heat's 27-game winning streak. comebacks they pulled off, intense as any time during
I'm glad it's over." the 1971-7.2 Los Angeles over. Bryant said after learning the bottom line was Mi- the Big Three era in Miami.
Next up: Friday night at Lakers for the league's ion- "I think just as a student of the Heat loss. "Obviously ami enjoyed 7V2 weeks of On Monday in.Orlando, the
New Orleans, 'where the gest .winning streak. The of the game, as a fan of the Lakers winning 33 in a dominance. visiting locker room was
Heat will try to return to Lakers will keep their re- the game, you appreciate row was phenomenal, but Entering Thursday, 10 overwhelmed by report-
their winning ways. cord, but the biggest Lak- those kind of streaks and the Heat's one was just as NBA teams hadn't won 27 ers. And on Wednesday in
Miami's quest for NBA ers star of this generation you realize how difficult'it impressive." games yet this season. Chicago, Wade freely said
history endedwiththeHeat offered the Heat plenty of is to put together that big Of Still, the Heat insist they "Really proud of the he was ready for the circus
six games shy of matching respect when their run was a streak," L Iakers star Kobe can get better. grind of the last few weeks to end.
Umenyiora signs with 'most talenited' Falcons
The Associated Press took to'get there," he said.A;NF TI ,9 1C
Omenyiora, 31, insisted ', ,' ,.,
FLOWERY BRANCH, "it's not a stretch" to say ; : !:
Ga. -- Osi Umenyiora is the Falcons are the Free-agent,.: :
looking for another ring, talented team he has den.fensi.ve!,:.,::i:
this tim e with the Atlanta .He m entioned quar- 1 : ll ' : :'; end Osi
Falcons. terback Matt Ryan, tight 0menyiora
The free-agent defensive end Tony Gonzalez, newly speaks to -
end Thursday signed a signed running back Steve, 'reporters Rtt
two-year, $8.5 million con- Jackson and receiversRd in Flowery
tract with Atlanta. "Umeny- dy White and Julio Jones Bran,fe95 $5
iora woni two Super Bowl as other talented vetra sgnin afe
.' fie aid heilsoing
championships inhis 10 leaders: esi eas two-year
years with the New York was impressed the teamdelwt
Giants. He said the Falcons re-signed offensive tackle thea wthnta 3
may have the most talent SamBaker and safety Wil- Falcons on 8 50 5 ,,,
of any team he has seen liam Moore. Thursday., tr or:Hn-r a-,Qm
but may have needed more "I feel like I'm a part of ......r: o -ri7 m5:0 m Sa a -l n
Super Bowl experience. that," he said. "There are a" '1 -. "
"A lot of times, being able lot of tremendous players THE ASSOCIATED PRESS -p ne
to get to that. game or win here, tremendous veteran
that game is not even about 'leadership on this foot-
the coaches or the organi- ball team already. We're APRIL 2013
zation;" Umenyiora safd. all going to get together
"This team is the most tal- and somehow find a way & a n dAE
ented team I've seen in my to help this team 'get this :':
Iife, _probably, But it's not done.'"
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I have a five-year head start over this cheating. You say his heart belongs to
MONTY BY JIM MEDDICK girl, but it doesn't sit right with me. you, and yet you believe he could marry
m osu~ e To 700 wru YOU NOreatlN oPAlpf 00K'AT Whenever I bring up concerns about someone else. He isn't being fair to you.
Rosuu, T Y'9tr'[E W \as E ~gI 1 iBr'I1N 8 Lp r. y lust- m sharing him or what the future will be You know this, which is why it doesn't "sit
Y s p yu RERI like, he says we'll cross that bridge when right," but you permit it to continue be-
rF, o\ n som= --ss---R we come to it. cause somewhere in your head, you are
Annie, what if he waits a child -or convinced he is committed to you. He is
?." .::'' decides to marry a woman to avoid the not. lie is manipulating you into sticking
stigma of being gay? He'd still expect around while he plays the field.
me to hang on. And whenever I issue an After five years, it might be a good idea
ultimatum about not dating anyone else, to set him free. If you are still available
: he says I'm allowed to leave whenever when he's ready to settle down, he can
THAT A BABY BY PAUL TRAP I want. I don't know whether he doesn't contact you then. Otherwise, you are
-FNK. x care or knows I don't really mean it. only making yourself miserable.
0 c When you are in a trump contract, you should
a Start by counting your losers. Then, if there are North 03-29-13
not more than you can afford, you should draw 4 K Q 8 7 5 4
trumps as quickly as possible. But if the loser J 9 8
count is too high, you must calculate how to 4 K
reduce the number. 4/ A K5
KIT'N' CARLYLE BY LARRY WRIGHT HERMAN BY JIM UNGER In this deal, how should South plan the play West East
~~~~~in four hearts? West leads the club queen. J6 A1
con -Go on-ic ann_ After South opens two hearts, showing a de-4J64A1
cent six-card suit and 6 to 10 high-card points, V5 4 2 V A
op ~ b5 some players would be unable toresist re- + 10 7 63 +A 98 54
g .// (.~fl) B'[ 0D[/Also, South's hand will probably be useful onlySot
/ / with hearts as trumps. North's high cards will .4 2
//still be worth tricks in hearts. 9 K Q 10 7 6 3
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9 7 ..trate on that club loser. Note that if South im-
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/ <"k~v must lead dummy's spade king at trick two.asp
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cor, vintage sofa, porch furn and much more MI AL-1drvrslcne
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BUSINES ;OPPRI~T ES 3L* AC: Complete package unit $500 .850-272-8470 For more information call 334-303-9285. HELTHCREI
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1 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Harley-Davidson 2003 Fat Boy 2003 100th An- r ... Gi'U "
A { [, i :_l= I/-- niversary Edition Harley Davidson Fat Boy.Goa lne
G [?,OUI ] C. ~ ~Poultry Farm for Sale 4 houses, Poultry farm paint. $8,000 in chrome added to the bike. AI-//\\Truieadnvwthglinycsom W'leyurJke :
GI N .Webuy wrecked cars:
and 5000 sf residence, 2 car garage, 64 acre, so comes with the original tank and fender, r- and Farm Equip. at a _
U.S. Hwy. frontage, huge barn, generator, Trac- which is gray blue, motorcycle lift, touring bag, '"fair and honest price!-
tor, farming equipment, $1,100,000 for more in- custom cleaning kit, many extras and special $2 opeeCr
Food Production Worker fo. Kaan 334-596-8311 tools! Call 334-494-0837 or email $325. & opeeCr
FoorGdsdien expreceWal Fcite, in aasee.c IyardR C bccolwell2@aol.com L CALL 334-702-4323 OR 334-714-6285,
4 94600 miles, vinson/haines pipes, 250 rear .i !iiiil ;ri %E.L I ,i~iii:l
direct inmates in the production and serving of meals [f.i[.]wheel, bronze pearl, lots of chrome, 25K L G L
and participate in the preparation of large volume invested. Asking $10,000. Firm. 334-793-3611
cooking in corrections institution setting. Eagle 2010 190 Yamaha Harley Davidson 2007 Heritage.SofttailI Classic
150 G3 bassboat exc. cond, new tires, new battery,LEA NOI S
Cal Tiniy ervce Grupof4-stroke warr 2014 lots of chrome $12,500. L107
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850-875-9701 x 2260 or email resume to: chairs, 2 butt seats, galv ..,. Honda 2005 VT 1100C IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
23097Gadsden@trinityservicesgroup.com trailler, hydraulic steering, many extras, Shadow Spirit: black and JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
$18,500. Call 334-616-1918 or 334-355-0326 choe condition, FOR JACKSON COUNTY
Must be able to successfully pass a background check, DFW U/EOE FAT DIRECT like new, 3400 miles, one CIVIL ACTION
. ,owner, clean title never CASE NO. 2012CA 000411
wrecked, new tires.
GEERLrePOY EN Packages From Asking $6,300. Call 334-596-1171 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, acting through
V IM $499 the United States Department of Agriculture,
[ l I~ 4,95 :!! Hnda200 VT 130"R Rural Development, f/k/a Farmers Home Ad-
Network SpftiarsB at All Welded Nietoei lbm, ministration, a/k/a Rural Housing Service,
Loa ompany growing and expanding, B as All Aluminum Boats ; o uhcrm ols. Plaintiff,
looking for experienced Network Specialist $,0.Kn346396 s
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Box" EE-- 227 N. Oates St. Dothan, AL 3633 Triton '07 188SF Fish and Ski: Mercury Optimax 40Fod Tractor good condition, new engine NOTICE OF SALE,
150HP, 24 volt trolling motor, trailer included, $4,250. 334-791-0700
{ /EDUCATION i ii: garage kept, like new conditions, less than Chevrolet Silverado LS, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a
'J & INSTRUCTION 150 hours, $19,000. Call 334-685-3921 step side, ext cab, 4 Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure en-
... ............ .... ......... ..door, V-8, automatic, tered on January 24, 2013, by the above enti-
INSRUTIO &TUTRIG OTO H MES& VSloaded, tool box, side tled Court in the above. styled cause, the under-
Fleetwood 1997 3ft Bounder: 1 slide-out, back-. steps, 134,850 miles, like signed Clerk of Court or any of his duly author-
L O Kup camera, leveling jacks, generator, low miles new, $9995. Call 334-790-7959. ized deputies, will sell the property situated in
FOL~ LOW OIN Kecm acr 39k, run goods, new tir~s. $17,500. OBO Dodge 2000 Dakota RT: black, fully loaded, 5.9 JACKSON County, Florida, described as:
FOLLOWo YOU PASIO BeomCore a53aycar Call 850-482-7554 or 850-209-3495 liter 360 Magnum, Bridgestone tires, beautiful Lotrore10, HUNTERS TRACE SUBDIVISION'2 ae4, hPHASEb-I
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Enrolling Now! Ford 2003 Ranger Edge ext. cab good condition Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL 32446_,_begin-
Training in BMW 1995, leather int. good gas mil. green in 89K miles, $S,900. 334-446-0044 Susan ningl at 1100A AM. subject to all ad valorem
FO T $ Electrical-Frades, color, 4-dloor $3,200. firm 334-793-2347 -Ford 2010 F250 Super Duty Super Cab Lariat: taxes and assessments for the real property
FO T SMedical BMW 2005 X3 white with tan interior, 165,000 white, fully loaded, 4X4, low miles, excellent described above.
COLLEGE Assisting, Pharmacy miles, V6, auto, excellent condition, full sun- condition $37500. Call 334-685-2318 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE
Technology and More! roof. $10,000, 850-263-4913 GMC 1986 2500 Series: 4 door, 2 seater but no SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER
Call Fortds College CHV 95CPIECen usget odback seat, 8 cyl, 91k miles, one owner, garage THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE
inoratio 888- it2-48w3fortis~eue air, fully loaded $3,800 OBO 334-355-1085 kept, very good condition. $3,800. Call 334-792- OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
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Ch v 0 0I p l G e tf m l a~ i h g e t International 1995 4900: Flat Bed Truck, DT466
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Corvette 200 Z06 50th 334-406-7200
HADIAPE ACESIL Anniversary Edition Massey Ferguson Tractor md#1215 w/MF220 M Iyou are a person with a disability who needs
Metallic Blue 6 speed, 405 5 ft. mower, good cond. $6700. 334-797-8523. any accommodation in order to participate in
h Ip, 40,500 miles, Excellent Toyota 1994 Tacoma 4-wheel drive as whole or this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
COTON AL VLL you, to the provision of certain assistance.
COTOND LE ILL .... ': Condition $19,195. parts. 334-689-9436. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, Bay Court-
APARMENT 3344753735afte 6P WANED ATOSty Courthouse, P.O. box 1089, Panama City,
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GIBB MARIANNA VILLAGE nor blemishes, 120,000 mi,
Now taking applications for people with. Automatic. Asking $6,000.
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2933 Milton Ave, Marianna, Toyota 2011 Yaris: silver with black interior, 4 i
door sedan, bucket seats, one owner, automnat-
FL. all850,82-663ic, 5980 miles, 40MPG Hwy, $13,995. Call or
,, Toyota 2012 Corolla, Great gas saver, fully
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Mak arintoreplac Hamlin inNo 11
The Associated Press out of the car. things that popped up,
The organization has a Nationwide race here
CHARLOTTE, N.C. done its own math and and there, there was
- Mark Martin will drive determined that Hamlin some frustration," Gibbs
for Joe Gibbs Racing while can -still make the Chase said.
Denny Hamlin recovers i"this year providing he wins Loganos n 'ew ,team
from a fractured vertebra races once he returns to owner, Roge Penske,
in his lower back. the car. reached out to the Gibb~s
Martin's first start in "I was thinking he was organization, but'Gilbbs
the No. I11 Toyota will be 'out of it, but the way it's said they've not spoken
next week at Martinsville laid out, the points, there's to Logano, the driver they
Speedway, where he wasn't a shot, and I know. he handed a Nationwide Se-
scheduled to race. Brian wants to be a part of it," ies ride to the moment he
Vickers had already been Gibbs said. turned 18. But Gibbs said
tabbed to drive Martin's car Gibbs played down any the feuding former team-'
for Michael Waltrip Racing major tension between mates were simply racing
at Martinsville. Logano and Hamlin while hard on the last lap of a
"Weve been real fortu- they were teammates. race, and it's unfortunate
nate to have never been in Logano signed with Pen- that Hamlin ended up
this situation with the need ':,;- .. .. : ske Racing late last sea- injured.
to find someone to fill in son, and was eventually
for an injured driver," said iTHE ASSCATEDPRES" banned from team debrief
team President J.D. Gibbs. Rescue workers tend to the wreckage of Denny Hamlin (1U) after he collided wth Joey Logano meetings as Hamlin and 1he Only
"A lot goes into a decision on the final lap of the race in Fontana, Calif. on Sunday. Penske driver Brad Kesel- r
like this, but we are really in NASCAR's top series. He Meanwhile, the team car as fast as he can." owski raced for the title. ueo
pleased to have someone has 40 career victories in hopes that Hamlin has a IHamlin raced in 2010 But Gibbs said he didn't .
of the character and cali- Cup, another 49 in the Na- fast recovery. one week after having knee believe that Logano's
ber of Mark Martin to fill in tionwide Series. He was injured in a last- surgery. He completed the pending departure height-S
while Denny is out. "I'm happy to have this lap crash Sunday with race at Phoenix in obvious ened any friction betweenisyul
"Obviously, we're not ex- opportunity to help out former JGR teammate pain, but refused to uise a the drivers. "
actly sure how long that is JGR, FedEx and Denny," Joey Logano while the two replacement driver or get "Teewere a" few
going to take, but Mark's Martin said in a statement. were racig for the win
career speaks for itself and "Hopefully, I can keep at California. Hamlin's
our team knows it will 'haive those guys up front and car -hit head-on into an
the opportunity to com- compete fox wins while inside wall, arid he was
pete for a win every week.", Denny heals up.". hospitalized overnight in
The 54-year-old Martin MWR didn't announce California..
has driven one other time- who will drive Martin's No. An examination in North
for JGR, in the Nationwide 55 Toyota in his absence, Carolina on Tulesday by
Series last year at Las Ve- but it will rpost likely be Dr. Jerry Petty determined
gas, where he finished Vickers, who was slotted Hamlin needed at least six (
second. to drive nine of'Martin's weeks of rest to heal. It was ,M DSrya o '
Hamlin is expected to races this year. The team is devastating news to Ham- (Gow aL~ght edosak
miss at least five races believed to be considering lin, who was 10th in the 02TnigBd
while he heals. JGR didn't Vickers as Martin's poten- Sprint Cup standings and 1 Stn Up Tann e
specify how long Martin tial replacement, and this has never missed making
will be in the car, but the would give MWR alengthi- the Chase for the Sprint, ... .... !
fifth race is at Talladega, a er preview. Cup championship since ii! NEW p om i
track Martin has opted to Earlier Thursday, Gibbs his 2006 rookie season .. ... V V rAY .i:: ang
skip the last few years. said his preference Was "Hes handling it well, aawlI -- ..... .... ")....
"I just hate not being to use just one driver in he's just frustrated," Gibbs 1
able to be in the car right the No. 11 while Hamlin said. "The good news we
now, but I really appreci- is sidelined. The organi- got from Dr. Petty is that
ate Mark being able to fill zation has Elliott Sadler it's not a major fracture,
in for me," Hamlin said in and Vickers running Na- it's not Iigament damage,
a statement. "Like every- ionwide Series cars, but which both require Sur-I w
one in NASCAR, I have a neither was totally free gery It's just going to be ak
tremendous amount of re- of commitments to drive healing process and really, Kmel ecr-Aheg efe
spect for Mark and I know Hamlin's Cup car. you don't know how long mrlCourtney rrBass Lauaithra 7
he will keep that FedEx Vickers had the Martins- it's going to take. It's just up Christy Lawson Saa H.all
Camnry up front until I get ville conflict and Sadler has to Denny's body. But he's 41 ut l-Klo v
back behind the wheel." a deal with sponsorship been through this before, 41 ut 1-Klo v
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NFL 4-3 defense. "He is an athletic player
Martin agrees to "I'm a defensive line- that we feel will make aA r y ol o k n
terms with Dolphins men, and in the NFL positive impact and bring'
you're going to have to be depth to the defensive
MIAMI Defensive interchangeable," Martin side of the ball," Miami,
ineman Vaughn Martin said. "My goal is to help general manager Jeff o c o
Si gned a two-year contract the team win. That's ulti- Ireland said.
Thursday with the Miami mately my role:!' Martin was recruited
Dolphins after starting the A native of Jamaica, by Dolphins center Mike
past two seasons with the Martin was a fourth-round Pouncey, who trains
San Diego Chargers. draft pick by the Chargers with Martin during the fl11
The 6-foot-4, 300-pound in 2009 and started 27 offseason.
Martin played end in the games the past two years. "He kind of wears his _
Chargers' 3-4 scheme He missed the final three heart on his sleeve,"
hilt likealy7 ill movel 'I gaen202wt. gonMrtnSi.