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Vol. 90 No.268


Blood drive with perk begins in January

Staff Report .it will offer the same deal Jan. 20 and
27.
People who give blood at the One- Although OneBlood is offering two Blood Center in Marianna on Jan. 13 free movie tickets to Fandhngo movie Sneads High School senior
will get a special thank-you gift from outlets to donors on Jan.1-6 in certain Megan White scoops
the company, which was formed in a markets, the Marianna unit is opting popcorn while on the job
merger involving the former Southeast- out of that and offering the alternative at Marianna Cinemas on
ern Community Blood Center. one-ticket deal with Marianna Cinemas Thursday. The OneBlood
The local branch is located at 2503 since there isn't a Fandango outlet in Center in Marianna will
Commercial Park Drive. Operation the immediate area. treat you to a movie'ticket
hours are 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Donors However, donors can still get alterna- if you give blood Jan. 13.
can pick up a free movie ticket to Mari- tive special gifts during the Jan. 1-6 do- The giveaway is tied to a.
anna Cinemas that day, to be used at nation drive period. Each contributor special January blood drive
any showing of any movie unless re- will get a long-sleevedT-shirt and an campaign. For show times,
strictions apply e-gift card of $10 that they can redeerri call 526-4538 or visit MarA company representative said that online from various participating big- annaCinemas.com.
if the promotion is successful enough, box stores. ANGIE/FLORIDAN



Maie* Efforts for


5.l certification

Remembering the King continue


Jackson County authorizes
another grant application
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.corn

As 2013 winds down, Jackson County commissioners have taken another
step toward meeting a 2014 goal that,
,, if realized, could give the county an
edge in the competition to draw large,
job-creatingbusinesses
i .to the area.
The county has a
deadline' of Sept. 25
to achieve the threepronged objective. Two
parts of the project are
Stanton well on track toward
success. The third will
be more problematic, however, and
the county is preparing to tackle it
head-on.
The county can try again in a later
cycle if time and resources run out
by Sept. 25, and the success of the
First two parts can move forward on schedule independently of the third.
The Jackson County Development
PHOTOSBYMARKSKINNER/FLORIDANFILE COuncil is driving an effort to have In this Flbridan file photo, the dance line and color guard lead the way for the Marianna High School Band as members march through three sites in the county certified as downtown Marianna in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade. essentially "shovel ready" for businesses looking to make a home here.
To do that, a consultant reviews the
Local attorney tapped as parade marshal for Jan. 20 event sso ch "on suas te
assets of each proper, such as water
and sewer infrastructure, and looks
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER at potential problems that might imdbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com pede development.
.. .The consultant, in this case McCalA local attorney has been N' lum Sweeny, determines whether a
selected to lead the Jan. 20 site is certifiable, and reports its findMartin Luther King Parade ings to the county. The county can
on Jan. 20 in Marianna. -then address the problems noted and
The Rev. Ron Mizer, event 'work toward another review and poorganizer,' said LaDray Gil- tential certification.
bert was chosen as parade )Jrt ,iL' Once certified, a property can be
marshal because of his sup- marketed as such to companies lookport of young people, chari-", ingfor a home, who often view certitable giving and overall com- l. fed properties with more interest.
munity involvement. This is especially true if they're on
Mizer said Gilbert helps a fast track toward setting up shop
young people in a variety of somewhere.
ways, including monetary JCDC Executive Director Bill Standonations to high school ton said two of the sites are on track
graduates, mentoring and for potential certification, with both
encouragement. Mizer said of those already outfitted with the
Gilbert also volunteers to kind of infrastructure the consultant
speak on legal issues of in- needs to see in order to certify them.
terest to the community One of them is a 400-acre parcel in
and extends himself in other Members of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church ride in a parade float decorated with a cake in honor the Marianna/Jackson County Disways for the benefit of local of Martin Luther King Jr's birthday. tribution and Construction Services
residents. Parks, where the Family Dollar distriMizer wants a big turnout voter rights, and in opening 'K:: ,:, bution center is located. The other is
on the big day, both in the doors for minorities in politi- the entire 1,600-acre Marianna Airspectator, gallery and in. pa- cal arenas," Mizer said. "We It,,i trtant to remember the th that h led port commerce Park. rade participation. want people get involved, to to we we am no in terms ofwlter h ,j n i, Those two are working through the
The theme of the parade is be in the parade or to come ,, certification process, with the cer"Remembering the King." and watch. Both things are on', tification costs being absorbed by a
"It's important to remem- important." Rev Ron Mlar, $300,000 grant that was split between
ber the things that have led to event organizer them.
where we are now in terms of See PARADE, Page 6A But the third site is undeveloped

See EFFORTS, Page 3A
)> CLASSIFIEDS...5B >> ENTERTAINMENT...4B >> LOCAL...2A, 3A >> OBITUARIES...7A > STATE...6A >> SPORTS:..1B n LOTTERY...6A

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F L O I D A N TODAY )Alford Community Health Clinic 90, Marianna. Everyone invited. Call registration for Spring Terms A&B.
Pe Marianna Donor Center open 9 Hours- 10 a.m. until last patient is 482-6132. For information, call 7182211 or-visit
Publisher- Valeria Roberts a.m. to 6 p.m. On Blood (formerly seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in Alford. ) SewingICircle 1 p.m. at Jackson www.chipola.edu.
vroberts@jcfloridan.com Florida Blood Services) at 2503 Coin- The free clinic for income-eligible County Senior Citizens, 2931 Optimist )) Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at
mercial Park Drive, Marianna. Please patients without medical insurance Drive in Marianna. Call 482-5028. the Jackson County Public Library, Circulation Manager'"- Dena Oberski tet hr-emilessadcrn
doberski@cfloridan.com come and give the gift of life. We need treats short-term illnesses and chron- Marianna Branch. New and expe to keep a good supply of blood for the ic conditions. Appointments available )) Alcoholics Anonymous rienced hand craters welcome to
holiday season. For more information, (call 263-7106 or 209-5501) walk-ins Meeting 8-9 p.m. in the AA room of renced ha n rtehwe avomet First United Methodist Church, 2901 create, share, learn or teach favorite
CONTACT US call 526-4403. welcome. Sign in before 11a.m. Caledonia St. in Marianna. projects. Call 482-9631.
Telephone: 850-526-3614 D Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at D St. Anne Thrift Store -will be ) Chess Club 6 8 p.m. First
FAX: 850-482-4478' the Jackson County Public Library, SUNDAY, DEC.29 closed for the holidays. United Methodist Church on Clinton'
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com Marianna Branch. New and expe- ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed St. in Marianna. Sponsored by
Street Address: rienced handcrafters welcome to Discussion 6:30 p.m. in AA room Marianna Optimist Club for students
4403 Constitution Lane create, share, learn or teach favorite of First United Methodist Church, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1 for students 8 18 years of age in
projects. Call 482-9631. 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. ) First Day Hikes 10a.m. and 2 Jackson County. All students and
Marianna, FL 32448 + Senior Singles' Meeting 6-8 Attendance limited to persons with a p.m. Florida Caverns State Park in their parents are welcome. Players of
Office Hours: p.m. in the First United Methodist desire to stop drinking. Marianna. Billy bailey will lead two na-, all skill levels including beginners are
Weekdays, 8,a.m. to 5 p.m. Church Youth Center, 4392 Clinton ) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting ture walks along the bluff Trail in the welcome. Call693-0473.
St., Marianna. New location with -8 p.m. in the board room of Camp- park beginning at the tour departure )) Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at MISS YOUR PAPER? ample parking. Singles age 50 and bellton-Graceville Hospital, 5429 point at the Visitor Center. The walks, Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble
older are invited for games, food, College Drive, in Graceville. will last about an hour. Bill will discuss Hill Road in Marianna. Adult and You should receive your newspaper no later prizes and speakers. No charge. tress identification, karsts topogra- teen meetings to "overcome hurts,
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- Donations accepted; proceeds fund MONDAY, DEC. 30 phy, park history and park wildlife. habitsand hang-ups" Dinner: 6 p.m.
tion between 6 a.m. and noon.Tuesday to charitable endeavors of Marianna's ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Child care available. Call 209-7856,
Friday. and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The Gathering Place Foundation. Call 526- ) Registration deadline for Forpst Meeting Noon to 1 p.m. In the 573-1131.
4561 or 272-6611. Certification at UF/IFAS Jackson AA room of First United Method- ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open:
Jackson County FloridanClub 6-8 p.m. First United County Extension Office, Marianna. ist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Meeting 89 p.m. in the AA room of
is published Tuesday through Friday and Methodist Church on Clinton St. in Workshop will be held Jan. 9. Cost Marianna. First Uhited Methodist Church, 2901
Sunday mornings. Periodical postagepaid Marianna. Sponsored by Marianna $15, which includes materials, lunch Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Sat oisPip Marianna, FL.SOptimistClforsens fr M ia and breaks. SAF Continuing Forestry THURSDAY, JAN. 2
at Marianna, FL. Optimist Club for students for stu- Education credits approved for this+
dents 8-18 years of age in Jackson workshop: 3.5 hours Category 1CF. To Chipola new student testing SATURDAY, JAN. 4
SUBSCRIPTION RATES County. All students and their parents register: https://fcp-workshop Chipola College. For information )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open
Home delivery: $11.23 per month $32.83 are welcome. Players of a llevels matianna3.evenbrite.com or call call 718-2211 or visit www.chip9la.edu. Meeting 4:30-5:30 p~m. in the
foorr months: including beginners are welcome. Call (352) 219-8717. ) Chipola Civic Club Meeting AA room of First United Methodand tree one year Allri ionthsd Celebrate Recovery)) Parkinson's Support Group Noon at The Oaks Restaurant, U.S. ist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include ) Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Meeting Noon in the ground-floor 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus is Marianna. applicable state and local taxes. Mail Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble
subcrptinsmus b pad n avace .ai Hill Road in Marianna. Adult and classroom of Jackson Hospital. Lunch the local community, ',Community,
subscriptions must be paid in advance Mai in ut provided. Those diagnosed with Children & Character." Call 526-3142. SUNDAY, JAN. 5
subcrpton are:ng $4.1 forrom thurtsths Parkinson's and their caregivers are ))Marianna Kiwanis Club Meetsubscriptions are: $46.12 for three months: habits and hang-ups:' Dinner: 6 p.m. i )) Jewels of Light Tour 2:30 p.m.
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Child care available. Call '209-7856, 718-2No cost to participate. Call ing Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, St Luke's Episcopal Church, 4362 Child61 care avafayette Call 20M756 St.na Ca L uesEicplCrh,46 +
year. 573-1131. 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call Lafayette St. Marianna. Free and open
)) Jackson County uilters Guild 482-2290. to public: Call 209-4066.
)Alcoholics Anonymous Open meeting - 5;30-7:30 p.m. at Ascen-,) St Ann hIf tr ilb
ADVERTISING Meeting -8-9 p.m. in the AA room of Ming e 5 3-7 p . c e Thrift Store WillI be Alcoholics Anonymous Closed
First United Methodist Church, 2901 sion Lutheran Church, 3975 U.S. 90 closed for tile holidays. Discussion 6:30 p.m. in AA room of The dverise agres hat he ubliherWest, Marianna. Business meetings The advertiser agrees that the publisher Calddonia St. in W M a B nesam s )) VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting First United Methodist Church,2901
shall not be liable for damages arising are fourth Mondays;other Mondays 6 p.m. at 2830 Wynn St., Marianna. Caledonia St. in Marianna Attenare for projects, lessons, help. All Covered-dish sipper followed by a 7 dance limited to persons with a desire otferr ao n adrtespacenatualyd STRADC28quilters welcome. Call 209-7638. p.m. business meeting. Call 372-2500. to stop drinking:
ocued tau t prin of thae advtsll- )) Birds in the Park 10 a.m. untLil 2 ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open D)Alcoholics Anonymous -' Closed )) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting mcuen in whaprih o the ero acurdvwerter p~m. at FloriaCvrsStePk in Meeting 8-9 p:m. in the AA room of discussion, 8-9 p~m., First United 8 p.m. in the board room of Campmens nwic th ero cured weter Marianna. Join 050 member Dianna First United Methodist Church, 2901 Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia bellton-Graceville Hospital, 5429 such error is due to the negligence of the member Dianna Sue Bryant as she .Caledonia St., Marianna. St., Marianna, in the AA room. At- College Drive, in Graceville. publisher's employees or otherwise, and exhibits some of the hawks and owls tendance limited to persons with a
thee halbeno labiit fr nn-nsr- she has rescued. Rare chance to see TUESDAY, DEC. 31 desire to stop drinking; papers Will not MNAJN
birdsf aof preytiemeipbeclose. ))Jackson County Public Library be signed,
amount paid for such advertisement. This ))Achlc nnmu pn -will be closing at 6 pm. ) hpl e n eunn
Meeting-'4:30-5:30 p.m. in the student 8 a~m. to 6 p.m. Chipola
newspaper will not knowingly accept or AA room of First United Method- ))Pinochle Club Meeting 9:30 FRIDAY, JAN. 3 College registration for new and
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- ist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in 11:30 a. Ascension Lutheran )) Chipola returning students returning students for Spring A & B. ing which expresses preference based on Marianna. Church Fellowship Ha, 3975 U.S. 8 a~m. until 3p~m. Chipola College For information, call 718-2211.
legally protected personal characteristics is The submission deadline for this calendar lstwo days before publication. Submit tO: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, not acceptable. email editori~l@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.

H0WTO GEFYuR Police Rountdup
NEWS PUBLISHED
The Jackson County Floridanwill publish Marianna Police incidents for Dec. 25, the latest available two 911 hang-ups and one welfare check.
news of general interest free of charge. Department report: One report of an armed/dangerous
Sumt or es rComniyCaeda,~ person, two abandoned JcsnCut
Sumtyu eso omnt aedr The Marianna Police Department listed vehicle reports, three JcsnCut
events via e-mail, fhx. mail, or hand delivery. h"olwn niet frDc 5 h a- :supcosvhceoeCorrectional Facility Fees may apply for wedding, engagement. est available report: One accident with no ~ suspicioUs incident, four The following persons were booked into
anniversary and birth announcements. injury, one reckless driver, tvVo suspicious suspicious persons, one the county jail during the latest reporting
Forms are available at the Floridan offices, incidents, one verbal disturbance, one report of mental illness, periods:
Photographs must be ofgood quality nd animal complaint, one assist of another one physical disturbance,,one prowler, 34 Jenifer Smith, 32, 6040 Oscar Road,
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the agency, two public service calls, one patrol~ medical calls, three burglar alarms, two Greenwood, battery on a law enforcement right to edit all submissions, request and 17 home security checks., requests of assistance, one traffic stop, one officer, resisting an officer with Violence,
-- trespass complaint, one obscene or threat- possession of c~rug paraphernalia, obstrucGETTING IT RIGHT Jackson County ening phone call, one found or abandoned tion by a disguised person.
The Jackson County Floridan's policy .Sheriff's Office property report, one assault, one noise Jail Population: 196
is to correct mistakes promptly. To "disturbance, one animal complaint, 14 To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
report an error, please call 526-3614 The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and property checks, one assist of a motorist or local law enforcement agency. To report a wildlife violation, Monday-Friday. county fire/rescue reported the following pedestrian, one assist of another agency call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).





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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridancom LOCAL,. STATE. & FROM THE FRONT FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27,2013 3AForest certification


Workshop tobe held

Consumers are increas
ingly concerned about Forest Certification Workshop
-the origins of -the prod- Where: UFlFASJackson County Extension Office ucts they buy and the 2741 Pennsylvania AveSuite 3 in Marianna
standards by which those } When: Jan 9, from 9 am. to3 pm products are processed.
This concern has. in- of forest certification? Do lunch. creased demands for you want to know how 3.5 SAF Continuing For'certified wood products forest certification can estryEducation credits for from certified forests. benefit you? Do you want this workshop have been The southeastern United to kn6w the process to get approved. States has become a key your forest certified? This Register online at source region where this workshop is for you. https://fcp-workshopdemand can be fulfilled. Join us Jan. 9 at 9 a.m. t6 marianna3. eventbrite. Tie Florida Forest Ser- learn all about forest certi- com. Those without web vice and the University of .fication in Florida. access can reserve a space Florida have collaborated The workshop will be by calling the UF/IFAS to organize education held at the UF/IFAS Jack- Jackson County Extenopportunities for any- son County Extension Of- sion Office at 482-9620. one interested in forest fiee, 2741 Pennsylvania" Payment can be made oncertification. Ave, Suite 3, in Marianna site with cash or a check,
Do you want to know from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. A $15 payable to University of about the different types fee includes materials and Florida.



..Vietnam vet pulling plug


on holiday light display

'The Associated Press decorations. The display SUMITE PdTStypically opens for visitors ,WWlm itad
Austin Baxley is pictured with the representative from Tulsa Welding School. INVERNESS -e A dis- o em and
abled Vietnam war vet- And once the lights go we'll miss seeing all eran and his wife will pull on, the work doesn't stop the people that came to Cottondale FFA m em ber the plug on their large dis- for the couple. They play see the display. Butwe
play of Christmas lights on host to hundreds of guests ;havelots of memrie Jan. 5 because they aren't who stop by to view the to share and that's physically able to contin- lights every night through something we'llhave ue putting it together. the holiday season. Frank Sojka told the "It's just something we forever. On Dec. 14, Austin Baxley, a member Tampa Bay Times that he's started doing because we Linda Sojka,
of the Cottondale FFA, competed at the just not able to continue love to see people smile," wife of Frank Sojka
Okeechobee Welding Competition. putting up the winter Linda Sojka said.
Baxley placed first overall and won a full wonderland outside his They hand out free Over time, it became a
scholarship to the Tulsa Welding School house in Inverness. hot chocolate, cookies bit of a financial burden
in Jacksonville.. The display includes and stuffed animals to for the couple with
Students were asked to build a weld- more than 300,000 Christ- children. And Frank. So- electric costs to run the
ing project from the'plans provided by mas lights and a hand- jka plays the role of Santa lights costing $2,500 last
the contest coordinators. These proj- crafted outdoor display Clause. year.
ects were judged by Lincoln Welding that includes an 18-foot The couple started a "At some point, you have
Corporation and Tulsa Welding School high reindeer, Nativ- much smaller display to look at reality," Frank
representatives. ity scene and Santa in his some 30 years ago when Sojka said. "It's just the
Students also had to take a 50 ques- sleigh and is well known the lived in St. Petersburg. way it is."
.tion general knowledge exam as well as a in the area. She says her husband Starting next. year, the
tool and personal protection equipment "Myknees are shot," said quickly became obsessed couple will put up only
exam. Frank Sojka, 68, who suf- with hanging Christmas what they can do in one
Baxley will be attending Tulsa Welding feared severe injuries from lights. Each year he want- day. And they plan to sell
School in the fall of 2014. a land mine explosion ed to make the display many of the decorations.
A couple of business owners attending while serving in Vietnam. more elaborate. "We'll miss it, and we'll
the competition said his welding. was so I've loved it, but I simply When they moved to miss seeing all the people
good theywould hire him today if he were can't do it anymore." Inverness in 1991, they in- that came to see. the dislooking for a job. Sojka and his wife Linda stalled a 200-amp service play," Linda Sojka said.
The Cottondale FFA is proud of Baxley start putting together the box to accommodate the "But we have lots of memand his accomplishments. Pictured is Baxley's welding project. display just before Hal- Christmas display. ories to share and that's
loween, hauling out the "Frank was so passion- something we'll have lights and assembling ate about it," she said. forever."

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ON CHRISTMAS EVE Ruling in dispute Recall issued for WWW___LO____.COover settlement cheeses sold in Fla.
;. ,NEW ORLEANS- BP ATLANTA -Georgia
.is appealing a judge's Department of Agri- /N
rejection of its argument culture officials say a
that claimants who can't recall has been issued trace their losses directly, for cheeses being Sold in to the company's 2010 Georgia and Florida. 1
Gulf oil spill shouldn't re- Officials said Thurs- .:
ceive payments through day that 90 pounds of P*.'':
*a multibillion-dollar Flat Creek Farm and :
settlement with a team of Dairy's Heavenly Blue ;
private' plaintiffs' lawyers, cheese and 78 pounds , BP attorneys filed a no- of the company's Aztec ""'
tice of appeal Thursday, Cheddar cheese may [!'
two days after the ruling be contaminated with by U.S. District Judge Salmonella. ,,, c?.....
Carl Barbier. Inspectors are checking$~
The judge said that BP's stores and warehouses to i~ ta s settlement was designed ensure that the products at O fi to avoid the delays that are removed from shelves JEWEIJ/B would result from a and displays. U.S. De- EOLoGIsTs
"claim-by claim analysis" partment of Agriculture of whether each claim officials say no illnesses watson iewelers.comn can be traced to the spill, related to the products Dowkntown Marianna Earlier this month, have been reported. 850.482.403 7
a panel of the 5th U.S. From wire reports
Circuit Court of Appeals SUBMITTED PHOTO ruled that Barbier erred Wr welve-year-old Gage Bannerman bagged his first buck. Less than 30 when he refused to .
|minutes later, his dad Scott Bannerman added another buck to the consider BP's "causation"... .
JLhunt.,. arguments..,

Eff rtsfirst consideration. chances are good that the tionof it. If we don't get the F 9 r[
E f rsAn entire $300,000 grant county will be awarded entire $100,000, we'll take ION ffir
was designated for it alone, at leimst a portion of the what we can get andgo Re l E stat ~e~ !
From Page 1A and county comhmission- $100,000 planning grant from there," Stanton said. 4.' .. ..
ers recently authorized en- that is being sought being If any of the three sites B and a long way from cer- gineer David H. Melvin to sought from the U.S. De- fail to meet the certificatification. Designated the pursue another $100,000 partment of Commerce's tion standard by the Sept. Spanish Trail Commerce grant for that project. Economic Development 2014 deadline, Stanton Park industrial site, it is Melvin and subcontrac- Administration, said the countywould then OiAom AF~ a~rlrn
located in an area that be- tors are doing work asso- "We've received them have to decide whether is. OUIoA MORRIS0 P850 FUAR07 Nan 0arki.roa gins about a mile east of ciated with the $300,000 before; we got one for cre- worth trying again with c2;..9o .,.om Fu1mnco HaIe8otlcm Ruby Thesday restaurant. Spanish Trail grant, and ating the distribution park whicl~ever fail. It has also been referred to commissioners recently and one for Green Circle Stanton said that, if thle as the Malloy/Oakdale site agreed to pay his firm BioEnergy. Both of those county 'does get some sites BRND
in reference to'the owners $85,000 for the work on were' considerably larger, certified, those would join ... '. MORGAN
'of the property, that phase of the project, to because they were con- elite company; there are
The county is trying to be paid at a rate of $8,500 struction grants and this is only two such certified DBI OE MT oM~y805749 make it ready for certifica- a month over the next 10 for planning. sites in the state, with both d'5o)209-6039h (850) 573,8198 brenda~morgen
tion in two phases, carving months. "'m fairly confident that of those in the Jacksonville OembarqmalI .........oy0l@yahocm ...... ~ l co
out a 241-acre parcel for Stanton said he thinks we can get at least a por- area._______________________________L.






-14A, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2013 RELIGION JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www~jcfloridarl.com

Religion Calendar
FRIDAY, DEC. 27 ) Fifth Sunday Fellowship Ser- New Year's Eve Service 10:30 a.m. guest: will be Gospel Jubilives. For McGriff. Call 276-6024.
Youth Activity Night 6 p.m, at vice -9:30 a.m. Foundation Temple Foundation Temple, Cottondale. For more info call 557-8828. Marianna Church of God. Ages: 12-19. Apostolic Faith Church, Cottondale. more info call 535-2593 or 832-8582. )) Pulse 7-10 p.m. at Cypress Grove THURSDAY JAN. 9
Call 482-6264. Conclude with 11 a.m. worship service Assembly of God Church in Grand r Free clothing giveaway 9 a.m.
with guest minister Prophet Billy 'THURSDAY, JAN. 2 Ridge. Youth outreach program open to noon at MotherAgnes Closet, 2856
)Celebrate Recovery Adult, teen White. Call 535-2593 or 832-8582. talensngrds-1:ho t nool, O ang t.i Mthr ana. os 25
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits )) Free clothing giveaway 9 a.m. to all teens in grades 6-12; shoot pool, Orange St. in Marianna.
and hang-ups in a safe environment, Fifth Sunday Sing 10 a.m. Rocky to noon at Mother Agnes' Closet, 2856 play Xbox and other games, listen to 7p.m. at Evangel Worship Center Creek'Baptist Church, Marianna. Orange St. in Marianna. music, more. Activities are free; lowwith praise and live worship music, Special guests will be Swift Water and cost snacks for sale. Transportation FRIDAY, JAN. 19
testimonies and fellowship. Dinner: Joyful Sounds. available (limited area); cal 1381-2549. ) Youth Activity Night 6 p.m. at
6 p.m. Child care available. Call 209 FRIDAY JAN.3 Marianna Church of God. Ages 12-19.
7856, 5731131. TUESDAY, DEC 31 2 Youth Activity Night 6 p.m. at SATURDAY JAN. 4 Call 482-6264.
75,7111TUSADC31Marianna Church of God.,Ages: 12-19. STRAJR4)) Celebrate Recovery Adult, teen
)) Pulse 7-10 p.m. at Cypress Grove )) Dare to Live Healed Healing Call 482-6264. )) Free clothing giveaway 9 a.m. eete rcoe ut, teen
Assembly of God Church in Grand School Class 7 p.m. in the Bascom to noon at MOther Agnes' Closet, 2856 meetings to overcome hurts, habits
Ridge. Youth outreach program open Town Hall at 4969 Basswood Road. ) Celebrate Recovery Adult, teen Orange St. in Marianna. and hang-ups in a safe environment"
to all teens in grades 6-12; shoot pool, Free classes taught by Jacquelyn meetings to "overcome hurts, habits ., 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Center with
play Xbox and other games, listen to and hang-ups in a safe environment"' G -6 p.m. Smithvillelive worship
M rifCal2662.Missionary Church, 160 W. Smithville prieadlvwrhpmuctsmusic, more. Activities are free; low- 7 Watch Night 2013- 10 p.m. p at Evangel Worship Center with i oa h e monies and fellowship. Dinner: 6 p.m.
) Wac Ni h 20 3 -1 p m.S praise and live worship music, testi- oa ,D t nA .Algru s ndChild care available. Call 209-7856, cost snacks fQr sale. Transportation John A.M. E Church Campbellton. monies and fellowship. Dinner: 6 p m choirswelcome. All benefits goes to 573-1131. available (limited area); call 381-2549. There will be praise, prayer and Child care available. Call 209-7856, the building fund. For more info call preaching. Worship your way into 2013. 573-1131. a ,6 334-405-3064. )) Pulse 7-10 p.r, at Cypress Grove
SATURDAY, DEC. 28 w i Assembly of God Church in Grand
SATURDAY, DEC. 28 )) Watch Night. 2014 10 p.m. St. Mi- )) Appreciation Service for Over- Ridge. Youth outreach' program open
)) Free clothing giveaway 9 a.m. chael M.B., Jacob City. Guest speaker: seer, Senior Bishop and Pastor E.T. 'TUESDAY,JAN.7 to all teens in grades 6-12; shoot pool,
to noon at Mother Agnes' Closet, 2856 Rev. Jessie Rogers of St. Phillip M.B. Mike and Minister Lottie Mike 7 ) Dare to Live Healed Healing play Xbox and other games, listen to Orange St. in Marianna. Church. Call 573-6967 for more inf. p.m. Foundation Temple Apostolic School Class 7 p.m. in the Bascom music, more.Activities are free; low) 2013 Joint Believers' Outreach Faith Church,'Inc., Cottondale. Guest Town Hall at 4969 Basswood Road. cost snacks for sale. Transportation SUNDAY, DEC. 29 Ministry and Foundation Temple speaker: Pastor Darnell Brown. Special Free classes taught by Jacquelyn available (limited area); call 381-2549.



Observing Advent with the homeless boys


eight after night, Jesse all the familiar details about issues .- had tears in his eyes. the story, and every kid there
and, Kelly Cone led their Roman politics,'taxes, a census, Kelly asked him how he thought has read a lot Of theology. .-.I
children through some and a man named Joseph mak- Mary and Joseph must have felt. told the story at our Christmas
of the most familiar verses in all ing a precarious journey with "Sad. Cold," he replied., chapel not as eloquently as
of Christianity. his pregnant wife, Mary. From that moment on, fhe my wife did- and people were
The goal was to use the quiet Then came this crucial detail, Cones knew this would not be crying," he said. As it turns out,
pre-Christmas sea- ...the moment when an ordinary Advent and Christ- "not only can you get a better.
son of Advent -or Mary '.'brought forth-- mas. There were children at view of the Nativity story by
Nativity Lent in their He her firstborn son, TelryMafti gly their table who were hearing the spending time with homeless
Eastern Orthodox and wrapped him in On Religion Nativity story for the first time boys than at the mall, you. can
parish in Santa Ma- te swaddling clothes, and, day after day, this reality see it better than you can from a
ria, Calif. to help 8kJe wg", and laid him in a where Mary and Joseph were began to gnaw-at the Cones "like theology department."
their young sons the treetOr manger; because forced to stay in a Stable outside, a bad toothache," she said. In California, he noted, people
grasp the meaning of .i there was no room cold and alone. No one had any The questions kept coming. sing a kinds of Christmas
Feast of the Nativity, car for them in the inn." room for them. They did the best Yes, the baby in the manger is carols that make references to
which'begins Dec. 25 i .. All of this was they could, even though it was the same Jesus they heard about snow and this becomes normal
and continues for 12 familiar territory for lower than low. at church. Yes, Christians really even when snow is somedays. This isn't easy W the two Cone sons, "I lookedup at our 10-year- believe that the son of God was thing that they rarely, if ever,
in a culture in which saf im1O but not for the two old foster boy, and his head born in a manger, without a experience. The snow exists
the powers that be ikt. inskqd of foster children living was bowed, his face drawn and home to call his own. Yes, shep- in their minds and they are
roll out the Christ- pron him with the family serious. Unlike his 5-year-old, herds in that part of the world comfortable with" that. Sadly,
mas bandwagon a n "These boys were happy-go-lucky brother beside had to sleep out in the cold the same thing tends to happen
with the Halloween new to the Nativity him, he remembers. He remem- while protecting their sheep with the Nativity story itself.
candy, well before ouJ!fi r'f story, but they cer- bears the cold nights sleeping from, among other threats, All of these details, added
the Thanksgiving ahe tainly knew all about on the street or in someone's lions. Yes, coming face to face Jesse, are,"artifacts we appreciturkey. di being homeless and car because his mother had with an army of angels probably ate from a distance. That's what
Each night at hima -t aI.,4 alone," explained nowhere safe for him to stay. freaked the shepherds out. Christ meant for these boys betheir simple Lenten .m k Kelly Cone, reached Instead of protecting him While his wife processed her fore actually hearing the story,
meals, the Cones :. by telephone. and reaching out for help, she thoughts online, Jesse Cone and that's how it can become for
opened a bag con- In a post online that eventually abandoned him at a shared these Advent dinner many of us as well."
training a verse or two of Scrip- has since gone viral, she de- mobile home park." vignettes with students at the But not this Christmas: This
ture and four pieces of candy scribed the turning point: "Then The 10-year-old boy -.who Christian high school where year, the story came home for
The story started slowly, with we reached the part of the story cannot be named due to privacy he teaches. "Every kid knows real.

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Your Guide To Local Houses Of Worship

ASSEMBLY OF GOD Circle Hill Baptist Church Friendship Baptist Church of Malone New Hoskle Baptist Church :Trnity Baptist Church
7170 Circie Hiii Rd 5507 Friendship Church Rd 4252 Aiten St 3023 Penn. Ave
Alford First Assembly of God Sneads, FL 32460 592-2327 "Maione, FL 32445 569-2379 Greenwdod, FL 32443 594-7243 Marianne, FL 482-3705
1782 'Tennessee Si p.o. Box 228
Aiford, FL 32420 Collins Chapel Baptist Church Grand Ridge Baptist Church] New Hope Freewill Baptist .www.TrinityMariannacom
5005 3rd Ave (5499 Coiiins Chapei Rd) 2093 Porter Aye PO. Box 380 Sweet P'ond Rd Union Hill:
Bascom' Assembly of God Malone, FL 32445 569-5644 'Grand Ridge, FL 32442 5.92-4846 Dellwood, FL 592-1234 3115 Union Hiii Rd
551m6 H ummingbirdFL343Rd275 Crossroads Baptist Church Southern grandridgebc@ embarqmail.com 'New Hope Missionary Baptist 'Marianna, FL 32446 526-5711
Shugroad@embargmail.com 3276 MaIn St P0. Box 386 GtchurchUkhr Misonr Bats 6Greenwood, FL 32443 592-8802 Vir2271 River'Rdhrh
Cypress Grove Assembly of God Cottondale Fl. 32431 352-2636 4691 Hwy 162 NwMutOieMsinr ats nas L340*5369
3250 Cypress Grove Rd Marianne, FL 32446 594-5761 Se Mu t -e'is0o. Box is 312sF 340 -9369
GadRdgF324 59-41 Damacus Freewill Baptist 2870 Barnes t-e.ox32www.victorybaptistfl.com .
cprendRigroeFhu2r2h592rg 5 3700 Kynesylile Rd Greenwood Baptist Church Marianne, 'FL 32447' 482-7595 White Pond Baptist Church
cprsgoehrhogMarianne, F1L 32448 48;2-5878 4156 Bryan St P0. Box 249 New Salem Baptist Church' -.P.O. Box 458 Mill Pond Rd.
CordsOf hlhrLOVe AssemblY Of God .Dellwood Baptist Church Greenwood, FL 32443 594.3883 .3478 Kynesvilie Rd .Alford, FL. 32420 352-4715
Cottondale, FL 32431 272-0254 6512 Blue Springs Rd Hasty Pond Baptist Church Marianne, FL 32448 579-43~43 CATHOLIC
Greenwood, FL 32443 592-6954 4895 Hasty Pond Rd, Marianne, FL Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Eastaide Assembly of God Church Eastaide Baptist Church Heeven's Way Biker Church 68BrsyPnRdSt. Anne Catholic church
4723 Hatt~n St. Marianne, FL 668 BrshPndR 3d09 5th 5S- P0R. Box 1547
lop4664@yahoo.com 526-2422 4785 Highway 90 A Ministry of Aiford Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32442 718-8401 Marianne, FL 32446 482-3734
El ethl Asemly f Gd MrianeFL 52.204 324 oodestRdPleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church www.stanne@stannemar.ptdiocese.org
23El Bethel Churchl RfGd www.eastsidebaptlstchurch.com Cottondale, FL 32431 334.806-4258 6704 Reddoch Road www.stannemarianna.org
GrandBehe uc Rided42*5364 EbeneZer Missionary Baptist Churh Holly Grove Free Wll Baptist Church Grand Rldge,.FL'32442'. 592-2273
rad ideFL3242 936043360 Gardenvlew Rd 2699 Highway 73S CUC FCRS
Fist ssemly f Go CotondleFL 3431* 59422 Ma~ann, F 3248 *482-489PiPne RdgeBaptstahurciCHRCHhFuCRIS
55r own A stbl of Go otnae L34159423Mdna 348423 3064 PIne Ridge Church Rd Caverns Rd. Church of Christ
G5 rvine FL344St 6335 Everiena Missionary Baptist Inwood Baptist Church Alford, FL 32420' 4448 River Rd
Grcvle L34023.315309 Eltavlle Rd 2012 Inwood Rd .pnyGoBB pitC uc Marianne, FL 482-2605
First Assembly of God Church .Campbeiiton, FL 32426 263-3900 Grand Ridge, FL 32448 593-5328 26Piney Grov e ts r h
4186 Lafayette St First Bapt~st Church .Liberty Hill Missionary Baptist Church Cottondale, FL 32431 352-3800CHRHO GD
Marianne FL 32446 3172 ManSt '5239 Liberty Hill Road Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church Grand Ridge, Church of God
482:2800 www.maiannafirst~org Cottondale, FL 32431 352.4586 Bascom, FL 32426 569-5949 5481 Pleasant Ridge Rd 2232 Porter Ave Grand Ridge, FL
First Assembly of God Church of First Baptist Church. Little Zion Missionary Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32446 263.8007 32442
Cottondale 5366 Ninth St P.O. Box 98 3181 ,Little Zion Rd P0O. Box 190 ''592-5301, or 592.2814
2636 Milton St Malone, FL 32445 569-2426 Seds FL 32460 592-1614 Poplar Springs Missionary Baptist
Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4626 Fih Cucnes 'Church 'Marlanna Church of God
FihBaptist Chrc Lovedale Baptist Church 2662 Poplar Springs Rd (All services interpreted for the
Faith Haven Assembly of'God 2494 Hwy 71 South ', 69LvdaeR*BacmFL343 Minn L326*56-16hearing impaired.)
7135 Hwy 90 'Marianne, FL *482-2869 659-5 oral 59-23 2791scJefferson3MSrinMarianne,6 FL6-32446
Grand Ridge,. FL 32442 592-8205 59-45or5223 Providence Baptist Church 482-6264 mariennacog.com
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Pilgrim Rest Assembly of God 8010 Pope St P.O. Box 246 Marvi Hapel Freeoll BatsGhrh' 64 roidee, Chrc Rd4 9-41 CURHO O NCRS
3347 Pilgrim Rest Church Road Sneads, FL 32460 2041nna Hop School Or 4'-57 Gr:hma qnaiFl 342*9-41oHRH FGDINCRS
Marinne FL3248 *579-300' MrianeFL 3448 48-535 .pbbhembrrlaiicomGlorious Gospel Church of God in
Maiana F 344 57 -200First Baptist Church of Bascom www marvinchapefwb.com Rocky Creek Baptist Church Christ
Welcome Assembly Of God 4951 Basswood Rd PO. Box 97 MiwyFewlBatsChrh55RoyCekRd45CayS*MranFL348
6784 Messer Rd Bascom, FL 32423 569-2699 .1600rewllpts Church St ok CekR 25 lyS Mariann, FL 3244, 2-50 9-068r5741
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-5077 .60Cuc tMranF 24 2 585419 r5741
Weicomehomelom@yahoolcom First Baptist Church of Campbellton 6158 Rocky Creek Rd Salem Free Will Baptist 'Miracle Restoration Center
2405 Hwy 2 Marianne, FL 32448 592-8999 2555 Kynesville Rd 2997 Hall Street
Campbellton, FL 32426 263-3183 Mount OliVe Baptist 'Cottondale, FL 32431 *579-4194 Marianne, FL 32448 526-2335
BPIT First Baptist Church Southern Baptist 6045 Hwy 2 ', www.salemfreewillbaptist.com Refuge Tabernacle Church of God in
A~S 987 8th Ave P0O. Box 565 Bascom FL 32423 569-5080ShdGrvBatsCuchhit
Alford Baptist Chuich Grecevilie 1L 32440. 263-3323 Mt TabordMssionar Baptist Church 70 lcwo d22 Chioast re
1Arlinard St -22 PO Box53-24 6wfbcgracevillei.net 3695 Popular Springs Rd Grand Ridge FL 32442 592-6952 Marianne, FL 32448 482-2607.
AfrF322*85-7-29Fbcraevist or M'ran Marianne, FL 32446 594-4161 St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church The New Zion Temple Church of God
2137e MLesodr S titCuc 2897 Green St Marianne, FL 32446 .Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church 2871 Orange Street In Christ
Cypess FcLo St9-40 526-4200 www.fbcrnarianna.org 5382 Old US Road Marianne, FL 32448 482-2591 1022 Washington Ave
CyrsF 9-18"Malone, FL 32445 569-2049 St ayMsinr ats hrh .Gracevile, FL 32440
Bethel StarMissionary Baptist Church First Freewill Baptist Church Of Malone .S.Mr isoayBpitCuc
414LnonAe5440 10th Street (Hwy 71 N.) New Easter Missionary Baptist Church 1935 Jacob Road Victory Tabernacle Church of God In
414LnoneP0O. Box 385 '977 Hope Ave 'Cottondale, FL 32431 263-4097 Christ
Marianna, FL 32448 482-4866 Malone FL 32445 850-569-2786 Graceville, FL 32440 658-8344 St. Peter Missionary Baptist 6752 Highway 90
Bethlehem Baptist Chiurch First Freewill Baptist Church New Galilee Missionary Baptist Church 7889 McKeown Miii Rd Grand Ridge, FL 32442 209-7711
2300 Bethlehem Rd '. 90DvsS 2155 Highway 73 South P. Box 234 P0., Box 326 593-3363
CotnalF_241*57-90Sneads, FL 32460 593-5400 'Marianna, FL 32447 482-5499







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BCF faculty, students and staff members gather around the flagpole to pray for the lost and pray for the nation, community and The Baptist College of Florida.


OO Day of Prayer set

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Pope Chapel Youth department entertained the congregation
and gave a message for Christ on Sunday, Dec. 22.,Service
highlights included the play, "Trying to Get into Heaven," narsolo, performed by Daniel Marks. The Pope Chapel Temps consist of youth department members Brandon Boykin, Michaef Bell Jr., Quatre'

was in charge of the program. The Rev. Carl Hill is the pastor.

Special to the Floridan and corporately has been the prayers. of
God's people at this place and around
Two years ago, in an unprecedented the World.".
show of support and approval, the Flor- Kinchen further reiterated how prayer
ida Baptist Convention set aside the last makes a difference in the lives of those Sunday of January as the annual Day of who are praying, and in the lives of Prayer for The Baptist College of Florida. those who are fortunate enough to be in Graceville. the beneficiaries of the prayers of God's
This year, Florida Baptists all across the people.
state will be praying for the college Jan. "I am humbled and thankful to know
26, which is not only exciting and en- that Florida Baptists will be praying for
couraging but of great, comfort to those The Baptist College of Florida specifi-.
Special to the Floridan who work and study at BCE cally onJan. 26. Baptists are a praying
DETAILS "As an institution, The Baptist Col- people."
Rocky Creek Baptist Church is host- Rocky reek Baptist Church is located lege of Florida needs prayer," stated For more information on this special
ing a Fifth Sunday Sing, Dec 29, begin- at.5458 Rocky Creek Road, Marianna. BCF President Thomas A. Kinchen in day of prayer and how to be involved in
ning at 10 a.m. The main portion of this For moreinformation,call643-7711. response to the special day of prayer for praying for The Baptist College of Florievent will be by the well-known local ,the college. da, contact 800-328-2660, ext. 460.
group Swift Water, which plays a blue- "We who are involved in BCF's daily life
grass/gospel mix with a bit of coun- Following the conclusion ofthe music, a and work need prayer..
try. covered dish dinner will be provided in "Throughout the history of The Baptist C L
This is music that will fill your heart, the fellowship hall. College of Florida, prayer has been the LOOKING FOR MORE
make your hands clapandyourfeetmove. Come join in this lively event and let essential channel ofpetition, praise, and -NEWS? VISIT
Other musicians who are equally as good your cares be washed away by the warmth God's power. L.A N
and easy to listen to will join in with their oflove you will feel here. "Since coming liere in 1990, Ihave seen J F L r DAN.
music equally as warm and filling. Also at Everyone is invited even if you countless,,times in which the explana- COM
this event, Joyful Sounds will be making never go to church, come, relax and tion for movements, individual events,
its debut. enjoy. revivals and renewals,, both personally




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YOUR GUIDE TO LOCAL HOUSES OF WORSHIP'


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE LUTHERAN 1st United Methodist Ch'urch of Loveand Restoration Ministries Praise LifeMinistries
Cottondale 2990 Heritage Rd 7360 Hwy 90, P.O. Box 177
Marianna Church of the Nazarene Ascension Lutheran Church P.O. Box 458 Marianna, FL 32448 526-2730 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-4166
2987 N Madison St 3975W. Hwy 90 Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4426 Mill Springs Christian Chapel Prayer Temple Church Of Prayer For All
Marianna, 'FL 32446 526-3962 Maianne, FL 482-4691
SSalem AME Church 1345 Mill Springs Rd, P.O. Box 83 People
EPISCOPAL METHODIST 5729 Browntown Rd, P.O. Box 354 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 526-2519 3341 Plantation Circle
Graceville, FL 32440 263-3344 Marianna, FL 32446 482-3343
St. Luke's Episcopal Church Bascom United Methodist Church Rivertown Community Church
4362 Lafayette St 4942 Basswood Rd P.O. Box 67 Springfield AME Church (Meets at the new Maianna High School) United Pentecostal Deliverance
Marianna, FL 482-2431 Bascom, FL 32423 569-2231 4194 Union Rd 3546 Caverns Rd 5255 10th Ave
parishoffice@stlukesmarianna.org Cyress United Methodist Church Marianna, FL 32446 352-4252 Marianna, FL 32446 482-2477 Malone, FL 32445 569-5989
www.stluiesmarianna.org 6267 Cemetery Ave St. James AME Church Rocky Creek Tabernacle PRESBYTERIAN
FULL GOSPEL Cypress, FL 32432 263-4220 2891 Orange St, P.O. Box 806 1890 Delta Lane
Marianna, FL 32447 526-3440 Marianna, FL 32448 272-0917 First Presbyterian Church
Christian Center Church First United Methodist Church Presbyterian Church (USA)
4791 .Sheffield Dr PO. Box 450 1111 8th Ave St. Paul AME Church St. Andrews (FC) Church Ministries 29 efesnS
4791.Seffie d DrFL P.O.x 34 4 50 Graceville, FL 263-3342 5180 Hwy 273, P.O. Box 40 978 Hwy 71. S Marianna, FL 32446
Marianne, FL 32447 Campbellton, FL 32426 263-0333 Marianne, FL 32448 569-5600 MranF 24
526-4476 or 526-4475 First United Methodist Church 526-2430 www.firstpresmarianna.org
jack@cccmarianna.org 2901 Caledonia St Snow Hill AME Church Sunrise Worship Center fpcmarianna@embarqmail.com or
Marianna, FL* 482-4502 5395 Snow Hill Rd, PO. Box 174 2957 Hall St, Marianna, FL 482-8158 firstpretmarianna@earthlink.net
Country Gospel Community Church Malone, FL 32445 569-5315
Compass Lake in the Hills Grace United Methodist MaOne FL 32445 PENTECOSTAL RESTORATIONIST
650 Apalachicola Avel 4203 W. Kelson Ave Mt. Olive AME Church
Alford, FL 32420 (850) 579-4172 Marianna, FL 482-4753 2135 Fairview Rd The Sanctuary Church of Jesus Christ of Marianna
Marianna, FL 32448 482-7917 4070 Old Cottondale Rd 4060 Thomasville Lane
Resurrection Life Christian Fellowship Grand Ridge United Methodist Church lehemiAMEChurch8t8ry Mariana, FL 2448 482-2282
International 6911 Iowa Street Bethlehem AME ChurchMainFL*4280MranFL248 8-22
2933 Madison Street Grand Ridge, FL 32442 3100 Lovawood Rd, P0O. Box 752 www.sanctuarypom.com EET A DETS
2Main Street Grnd Chpel L 2 Cottondale, FL 32431 Apostolic Revival Center of Marlanna SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
Mananna, FL* 526-2617 Greenwood Chapel AME 352-2111 or 352-4721 3001 Hwy 71 N, PO. Box 634 Emmanuel SDA Church
New Beginnings Worship Center 5426 Fort Rd Marianna, FL 32446 482-3162 4531 Basswood Rd
1165 Highway 69 Greenwood, FL 32443 594-1112 Greater St Luke AME Church Mhrianna, FL 32443* Rd
GrndRige F 342 renwodUnte~5255 11lth Aye, P0O. Box 176" Christian Covenant Life Center Greenwood, FL 32443 594-3200
rand7Ridge wL shipcm Greenwood United Methodist Malone, FL 32445 569-5188 2011 Finley Ave. Marianna Seventh Day Adventist
592-5791 www~nbworship.com 4220 Bryan St Grand Ridge, FL32448 592-4737 4878 Highway 90
New Beginning Outreach Ministries, Inc. Greenwood, FL 32443 594-5755 NON-DENOMINATIONAL Shady Grove Pentecostal Holiness Marianna, FL 32446 526-2487
2254 Magnolia Dr.. Henshaw Chapel AME Church, 2nd Chance Ministries 7 dye R 2
Cottondale, FL 32431 (850) 352-4733 2370 Glastel St, P0O. Box 535 2840 McPherson St '51sd Gr ov Rd'e Rd 324 9-23 SLE A W. ~a'Cuh
Evangel Worship Center Cottondale, FL 32431 875-2610 Marianna, FL 32446 557-9885 Sneads Pentecostal Holiness Church Salem Wesl yanChurch
2645 Pebble Hill Rd Jerusalem AME Church ." Believers Outreach Ministry 2036dG P ostaL 6 e 2764 Salem Church Rd
Marianne, FL 32448 2-222055 Hwy.73 3471 Hwy 90 W Sneads, FL 32460 Sneads, FL_ 32460 (850) 593-6679
New Life Family Church Marianna, FL 32448 482-5085 Marianna, FL 32446 352-4926 593-4487 or 593-6949 irquomai@gmail.com
4208 Lafayette St McChapel AME Church Cypress Creek Community Church
Marianne, FL. 32446 526-2132 "4963 Old U.S. Rd 1772 Macedonia Road, P0 Box 496
The Bridge Church Marianna, FL 569-2184 Altord, FL 32420 638-0360
21 Commera P D "3 Mt. Shiloh AME Church Ever Increasing Word of Faith Ministries
Marianne, FL 32448 209-2733 6702 Biscayne Road 3749 Skyview Rd

HOLINESS -Bascom, FL 32423 569-1044 Marianna, FL 32446 526-4704
OINEm e HNew Bethel Christian Methodist Heaven's Garden Worship Center
Emmanuel Holiness Church Episcopal Church 3115 Main Street
2505 Sandridge Church Rd 2487 Highway 1 Cottondale, FL 32431
Sneads, FL 32460 593-5167 Campbellton, FL 32426 263-4647 (850) 579-9936 www.aidaspina.org
Hickory Level Community Church Pope Chapel African Methodist Faith Cornerstone Church Ministries
1221 Dipper Rd Episcopal Church 5460 Collins Chapel Rd
4a-469 o 4 85 4898 Blue Springs Rd, P.O. Box 6000 Malone, FL 32445 569-5600
Marianna, FL 32447 482-2900
Oak Ridge Freewill Holiness Church Shady Grove United Methodist Church n Temple Apostolic Faith
2958 Milton Ave 7305 Birchwood Rd 3341 Tendell Rd
Marianna, FL 573-7684 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-9277 Cottondale, FL 32431 352-3884
Sneads Community Church Sneads First United Methodist Church Glass Community Church
1948 Desoto Ave P.O. Box 1349 8042 Church St, P. Box 642 4005 Veteran's Road
Sneads, FL 32460 593-5650 Sneads, FL 32460 593-6481 Cottondale, FL 32431

LATTER-DAY SAINTS fumc@embarqmail.com (850) 272-7205* (850) 263-6715
Friendship Christian Methodist Haven of Rest Church of Restoration
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Episcopal (CME) Church Worship Center
Saints 5411 Avery Rd, PO.Box 302 2261 Haven of Rest Road .
4an Fl 446 482-8159 Campbellton, FL 32426 263-1111 Cottondale, FL 32431

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The Tampa Tibdne the Tampa-Hillsborough Proficient in Spanish, pa-Hillsborough Homeless 'drew, Street, continuing program for. WTYS (94.1 Homeless Initiative. Kerr taught English at an' Initiative headquarters, on to Barnes Street. The FM), which runs from 8TAMPA -Jeremiah Kerr, "He' really g enuinely area learning center and and helping to coordinate last day for registration. is 10 a.m.
an advocate for homeless cares for those kids and traveled to Africa on a. data collected for periodic JaU. 17. thl~e day's events wrap up
youth, understands" -his works tirelessly. to. help monthlong goodwill mis- ,homeless counts.. Call Mizer at 4107-385- with an 11 a.m. worship
clients' struggles on a per- them find- their path," sion, he said. That experience led to 9235 or 850-526-2008 to service at Mt. Olive Missonal level. Montelione said. But just before he corn, his current job at the Ybor register as a participant or sionary Baptist, Church,
"I realize now I was a Kerr was'- 16 when his pleted the Peace Corps ap- Youth Clinic, 1315 E. Sev- for more information. The located on Barnes Street
homeless youth," Kerr, 28, father kicked him out of plication,' thie unimagina- enth Ave., Suite 104, in July parade is a highlight in a in Marianna. The service said. their house in Colorado be- ble occurred. His mother 2012. The clinic, which day of three MLK special will include some MLK-'
It's a revelation he has cause he was gay, he said. lost her apartment in Con- is sponsored by the. Uni- events, with the parade focused elements.
come to accept.as the out- Without a place to stay, he necticut and had no place versity of South Florida, reach and community de- headed east to live with to go. offers, medical assistance
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Otr'Recovery from storm stretches on

McKinnie Fiiheral Home
5304 Bowden Hill Road BYDAVIDSHARP utility crews to restore
Campbellton, FL 32426 uiiycest etr
The Associated Press power to the, 600 or so
(850) 263-3333
residents on the- island
Emma L. GARDINER, Maine By of Islesboro, where actor
Thursday, Bob and Katrina John Travolta has a home.
Griffin Johnson had grown weary In Kennebec County,
of lugging around a por- where the state capital of
Funeral services will be table generator to prevent. Augusta is located, glis11 a.m. December 28th at a freezer-load of moose, tening trees sagged under
the Snowhill A.M.E. meat from spoiling and the weight of ice. Many
Church in Malone, FL. Visi- to keep Katrina's mother's tree limbs had snapped,
tation is today from 7 to 8 home warm. littering yards.
p.m. at Mckinnie Funeral
Home Chapel. The Maine couple spent In Gardiner, workers ip
Christmas Eve at a fam- four bucket trucks from
James and Sikes fly member's home with- Massachusetts' N-Star
Funeral Home out electricity. Christmas utility company worked
Maddox ChapeI morning found them at patiently tp get a power
4278 Lafayette Street
their own home without line lifted back into place
Marianna, Fl 32446
850.482.2332 power. And to complete as snow fell.. Paul Graham,
850.526.4143 FAX their holiday, they trav- i',the crew 'supervisor from
http://www.jamesand eled to a third darkened kTHEASSCIATEDPRESS Waltham, Mass., and- a
sikesfuneralhomes.com/ home to exchange gifts Karen Gibbs walks through alabyrinth of Icy broken trees andldowned power lines to her veteran of the devastating that afternoon. ,home on Maplehurst Drive in Belgrade, Maine on Thursday. ice storm of 1998, said it
John Houyoux "You have to go with the n worse, even
flow and adapt, and do enth day as a new storm ..at the storn's peak, utili- some pockets where dam- as his team worked its Funeral services will be the best you dan," Katrina blew through the upper ties reported that 97,000 age was so severe it could third consecutive 18-hour at 2 pm, CST, Friday, De- Johnson, said Thursday, Midwest and Northeast, 'customers remained with- take untilWednesday. shift. cember 27, 2013 at James before their power was fi- shutting down part of the out power Thursday eve- Maine reported more "Honestly, you got and Sikes Funeral Home nally restored. "You learn Pennsylvania Turnpike ning and said it could be than 20,000 custom- lucky," he said. 'If it was Maddox Chapel. Interment how to deal with it. Do you after a pileup involving 35 Saturday before all elec- ers were still in the dark, a little more ice, poles will follow at Pinecrest Me, like it? No, but you deal vehicles. Ten people were tricity is restored. down from a high of more would have been broken. monal Gardens with mili- with it." taken to the hospital with In Maine, more snow than 106,000. There were Things would be on the
tary honors. The family will Utility officials said it injuries from the. crash. added to the misery for more than 101,000 with- ground. That's my take. If receive friends from 1 pm
until.fneral time atJames could be days longer be- Another pileup on Inter- utility crews working long outpower Thursday after there was another quarter
and Sikes Funeral Home fore power is restored to state 78 in eastern Penn- hours in eastern Maine noon in three Canadian of an inch or a half-inch of MaddoxChapel. everyone after a weekend. sylvania involving 25 to 30 and parts of the state's provinces 9uebec, On- ice, people would've been
Expressions of sympathy ice storm that turned out vehicles sent 25 people to interior. tario and New Brunswick out for a long, long, long
may be made online at- the lights from Michi- hospitals. Most 'utility customers including 54,000 in the time.
www.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com gan to Maine and into In Michigan, where in Maine were expected city of Toronto. "But I'm sure no one
James and Sikes Canada. about halfa million homes to have their lights on by A state ferry was corn- is thinking they're',lucky,
Funeral Home People shivered for a sev- and businesses lost power 'week's end, but there were mandeered to transport right?"
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette Street
Marianna, F132446 Poli file hopefwn
850.482.2332 i'
a 'Plice on Poll: Amercans hopeful
sikesfuneralhomes.com, o/ et ry a n 2 1
for. a better- year, in 2014
Willia King m massacre BY JENNIFER AGIESTA new year is positive: 49
to The.Associated Press percent think their own
William King, 83, of Ma- fortunes will improve in
rianna died Thursday, December 26, 2013 at Signa- The Associated Press WASHINGTON -Large 2014, 14 percent are anture Health Care at the number of Americans see ticipating the new year
Courtyard. NEW HAVEN, Conn. 2013 as anything but a to be a downgrade from
Arrangements will be ani- Several thousand pages banner year and aren't re- the old. Thirty-four pernounced by James and of police documents from luctant to wave goodbye cent say they don't expect
Sikes Funeral Home Mad- the investigation into last on New Year's Eve, a new much to change.
dox Chapel. year's school massacre in AP-Times Square' poll
Marianna Chapel Newtown-will be released says, reflecting anxiety WHERE'S THE PARTY?
Funeral Home Friday, Connecticut au- stretching from the cori- Most, Americans 54
3960 Lafayette Street thorities said. dors of power inWashing- percent say they'll be
Marianna, Florida 32446 State police said Thurs- ton td corporate board- ringing in the new year
Phone: (850)526-5059 daythat theirreportwould rooms, statehouses, and at home, while* in 5 are
be released at 3 p.m. the city and town halls. heading to a friend's or
Clara N. next day. The report "has Although the poll shows family member's house.
been redacted accord- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS that people generally are Only 8 percent say they'll
ing to law," and includes A makeshift memorial with crosses for the victims of the looking forward to the go to a bar, restaurant pr

Clara N. Tatum, age 77, of text, photos and 911 calls Sandy Hook massacre stands outside a home in Newtown, new year with optimusm other organized event. Cottondale passed away on received by state police, Conn., on Dec. 14, the one-year anniversary of the shootings. and no blatant sense of ) Younger Americans Thursday, December 19, they said. foreboding, it also un- are least apt to spend the
2013 in the Northwest Flor- Prosecutors issued a suicide with a handgun had to be arranged on the masks pent-up worries holiday at home: 39 perida Hospital in Chipley. summary of the inves- as police, arrived at the plate in a certain way, and about international crises cent of those under age 30 She lived in this area for 32 tigation last month that school. 'he changed clothes often and instability, and con- will celebrate at home, 33
years coming here from portrayed the gunman, The summary says the during the day, according cerns at home about the percent at someone else's
Mississippi. Mrs. Tatum Adam Lanza, as obsessed 20-year-old Lanza had to the report. standard of living, health home, 13 percent at a bar
was a member of the Jeho- with mass murders, but "significant mental health In the fifth grade, Lanza care and schools.. or other venue. vah Witness Kingdom Hall the report concludes that issues." wrote "The Big Book of ) Regardless of their
of Maiianna. Lanza's motives for the The report said that in Granny," in which the What the public own time zone, nearly 6
She lived her life like Jesus would;-he helped oth- massacre might never be 2005, Lanza was diag- 'main character has 4 gun thought of 2013: in 10 say they'll watch at
ers, visited the elderly and known. nosed with Asperger's dis- in her cane and shoots least some of the celebraserved as a field minister. Lanza gunned down 20 order, a mild form of au- people; another character GOOD YEAR OR GOOD tion from New York City's She loved spending time first-graders and six edu- tism that is not associated talks of liking to hurt peo- "RIDDANCE? Times Square. with her grandchildren. cators with a semi-autq- with violence, and that he pie, especially children. On the whole, AmeriShe was preceded in matic rifle at Sandy Hook lacked empathy for others The book was among cans rate their own expe- COUNTDOWN
death by her husband Le- Elementary School on and behaved strangely items seized from Lanza's rience in 2013 more posi- COMPANIONS roy Tatm. Dec. 14, 2012, after kill- Nobody was allowed into home, but there was no tively than negatively. But Whereverthey'respendSurvivors include her son ing his mother inside their his room, he wouldn't indication he ever handed when asked to assess the ing 'the holiday, most Isaac Williams of Miami, home. He committed touch doorknobs, his food in the book at school. year for the United States Americans prefer the FL, James T.aylor and wife,ortewrda'lrcmpnofaiyAsd Angie of Bascom, Leroy .. .... ., orthg tunwor. atthge hom hey a nt toke
Taylor of Cottondale, Timtig unsu.wihwote att
Taylorof unction City, Ks, iM an climbs fence at airport, runs to plane )) All told, 32 percent say be when the clock strikes
Travis Taylor and Joseph .2013 was a better year for midnight, 83 percent
Taylor both of Cottondale The Associated Press arrested Wednesday after, ment and was booked on them than 2012, while 20 name a family member.
and' her daughter Ann authorities found him on a misdemeanor charge of percent say it was worse D On a holiday often
Sercy and her husband Lar- PHOENIX Two men the tarmac entering a restricted area and 46 percent say the sealed with a kiss, 4 in 10
ry of Fitzgerald, Ga and were arrested Christmas of Newark at the airport, said Hol- two year were really .say they most want to lbe
Aou btierof indsistns.il Day on opposite sides Liberty.Air- mes, adding that the man about the, same. Young next to their spouse, and be he fria io Decembe of the country after they 4'port. It's not didn't explain, to authori- people were more apt to 13 percent cite a signifi27, 203h egdFinningebr rahe eimtr at3:0, clear how ties during questioning see improvement: 40,per- cant other or romantic inP.M. until 7:00. P.M. in the major airports, raising ,,Siyah Bry- why he did it., cent of people under age terest as a preferred comMarianna Chapel Funeral questions about security 'ant, 24,. of "He didn't really say 30 called 2013 a better' panion. Parents like to be
Home. -measures and whether Bump Jersey City, anything that made any year than 2012, compared with their children, more
A memorial,.service for more needs to be done to ended up sense," Holmes said. with 25 percent of people than the children like to
Ms. Tatum will be held Sat- protect the nation's transit on the tarmac. A phone It wasn't immediately age 65 or older., be with their parents.. urday, iDecember 28, 2013' hubs. 'number for Bryant, who is clear whether Bump has )) The public splits even- )) Less conventional
at 12:00 p.m. at the Jehovah 'Robert Edward Bump, charged with trespassing, an attorney. Police said he, ly on how the year turned choices: 2 percent cite WitneSs Kingdom Hall of 49, scaled a rughly 9- ,couldn't be located, is homeless. out for the country, 25 their pets, 3 percent God,
,Manianna. foot, barbed wire-topped In. Phoenix, authori- 'Security on the airport's percent 'saying it was Jesus or their religious
aa n oesn chare funer- fence at about 5 30 p.m.. ties 'immediately alerted runway system has been better than'2012, 25 per- congregation,' and less
rangements, at Phoenix. Sky 'Harbor the pilot, of the South- breached in the past. cent saying it was Worse.' thian 1 percent said they
- ,j;'>. International Airport be- west.Arie plane, who In November 2012, a As with most questions wanted ,to ring it in with
forme atnd gng on esu down 'his engines as woman rammed through about the state of affairs their.co-workers.
_________________ themengin ofangaring Bump 'approached, air-. a partially open gate at the in the U.S. these days,
theengne f n arivngport spokeswomani Debo- Phoenix airport arid drove 'there'S a sharp partisan WHtAT HAlTE'RED IN Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. Southwest Airlines plane. rahOstreicher said. on the runway Writh her divide. Democrats are NEWS Your Local Florist and Gifts' He was arrested a few Surveillance video infant son in the car, more apt to say the U.S. The implementation 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna minutes lae fe nt- sostemnbig sur- Aiso, Sky Harbor spent turned out better in 2013 of the health care law
850-372-4456 ,er pilot! spte i n ruddb iprt securi- $10 million to upgrade than 2012 (37 percent) topped the list of the most
Michael's'roggery alerted thtowr hei yeilsa ewnee t perimeter security and than are Republicans (17 important news stories of
Funeral Appropriate Attire police spoesa Ofce away from the plane with access gates after a muan percent). 2013, with 26 percent cit2878 Jefferson St. Marianna James Hole si. his 'arms outstretched as being chased by police )) Thinking about the ing it. In an Associated
8 0-482-8647 No injuries' were re- 'if he were flying. A police in 2005 crashed a stolen .world at large, 30 percent Press survey of news diported, and Holmes said officer arrived soon after pickup 'through a fence say 20.13 was worse than rectors and editor, 45 of passengers were never in and arrested him. and drove onto the run- 2012, while just 20 per- 144 journalists surveyed
danger. Bump showed signs of ways, passing several jets cent say it was better., called the health care rollIn New Jersey, a man was drug and alcohol impair- on a taxiway But the outlook for the out their top story.




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Series of attacks rattles Israel
The Associated Press

JERUSALEM -A spate of
violent Palestinian attacks
on Israeli targets in recent
weeks is raising concerns
in Israel that it may be on HE ASSOCIATED PRESS
the verge of a new type of Residents carry their belongings as they-flee past French
Palestinian uprising. armored personnel carries, in the Miskine district of Bangui,
In: contrast to previous Central African Republic, on Thursday.
waves of Palestinian violonce, the recent incidents
do not appear to be an org a n iz ed eff o rt by m ilita n t...........................
groups but rather a collection of individual acts.
Their rogue nature has
made it difficult for Israeli
leaders to respond or even
identify their exact cause.
After years of relative
quiet, Israel's Shin Bet se- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
curity service has reported Bedouins gather around the grave of Salah Abu Latif during his funeral in the Bedouin city of The Associated Press international forces were a steady rise in attacks Rahat, southern Israel, on Wednesday. sent to pickuptruckloads
since Israeli and Palestin- BANGUI, Central Afi- of decomposing bodies
ian negotiators: resumed Yaalon said the incidents on, the other hand, refuse failed to bring them in- can Republic Assail- of.slain Muslims, whose peace talks in July. In No- in the West Bank and Gaza to recognize Israel and call dependence, so therefore ants armed with heavy remains hal been left at vember, for instance, there Strip which are ruled by for its destruction. they behave individually." weapons attempted late a local mosque by their were 167 attacks in Jeru- rival Palestinian govern- Both Israel and Palestin, Israeli leaders accuse the Thursday to attack 'the friends and relatives, who salem and the West Bank,. ments were unrelated, ian officials agree that vio,- Palestinians of spreading presidential palace as were too frightened to be compared to 136 in Octo- calling them "atmosphere lence from the West Bank hatred.and incitement. -well as the residence of seen burying them in a her, the agency said. a~tacks." But he promised is connected to the peace "The terrorist attacks the Central African 'Re- city where -Christian-onThe past few days have that Israel would respond talks, though they pin the against Israelis over the last public's embattled leader, Muslim and Muslim-onbeen particularly dramat- nonetheless. blame on each other. few days are a direct result but were pushed back, of- Christian attacks have beic. On*Sunday, apipe bomb "This is ai unacceptable The Palestinians say the of the incitement and ha-" ficials said. come a daily occurrence.
believed to be planted by situation for us and despite current climate is a result tied propagated in Pales- Reached by telephone, It also comes a day after Palestinian militants ex- the difficulty of dealing of brewing frustrations tinian schools and media," Guy Simplice, spokes- the African Union lost six ploded on a bus in central with an individual .assail- over' the perceived lack said Mark Regev, a spokes- man for President Michel peacekeepers, who were Israel in the most serious ant who is incited to kill of progress in peace talks man for Netanyahu. "We Djotodia, said there had attacked in the Gobongo attack inside Israel in more Jews, we will act with force While Israel continues to are disappointed that so been heavy fighting near neighborhood of., the than a year. The bus was and in other ways to harm build Jewish settlements far President (Mahnoud) the seat of government, capital.. Their destoyed evacuatedmoments before those who try to carry out on land they claim for a Abbas has not condemned before the army was able car, with at least one calthe blast, but the explosion attacks," he said. future state. On Wednes-. these acts of. terrorism as' to block the aggressors. cified body still inside, caused heavy damage. The The West Bank and Gaza day, an Israli official said one would expect from a Although the attackers had'not been removed a next day, an Israeli police- Strip, located on opposite Prime Minister Netanyahu partner in peace talks." could not immediately day, later, underscoring man was stabbed outside sides of Israel, are ruled planned to announce new Israel's national police' be identified, for weeks how dangerous this chaa West Bank settlement by different governments, settlement construction chief, Yohanan Danino, there have been rumors otic country has become, and on Tuesday an Israeli Israel and the West Bank- next week. gave a slightly different ex- that a Christian militia, even for the international
civilian was killed by a Pal- based Palestinian Author- "Politically, there is no planation. He said forces believed to be backed by forces tasked with pacifyestinian sniper in a cross- ity are engaged in peace sign of anyhope and onthe havefearedthatPalestinian the president, who was ing it, said African Union border shooting from talks aimed at ending de- economic side there is no extremists would increase ousted by Djotodia in a spokesman EloiYao. Gaza, sparking a series of cades of conflict and es- sign too," said Jihad Harb,' their activities in order* to coup nine months ago, As- the African Union Israeli airstrikes that killed tablishing an independent a Palestinian commenta- derail peace talks. "Unfor- would attempt to seize was struggling to secure a Palestinian gir4. state for Palestinians. Ga- tor. "People are frustrated tunately, our estimation 'back power. that crime scene, they
Defense Minister Moshe za's Islamic Hamas rulers, by political groups who proved true," he said. The heavy arms fire discovered another: Close
could be heard from the to the presidential palace,
five-star Hotel Ledger, peacekeepers discovered
'n near the center of town, a mass grave. S-M let food intoto n where international jour- U.N. Secretary-General
...... nalists are stayingA rock- Ba'Ki-moon said he is
The Associated Press The deal accepted by the Residents described it as least two women and four et came oVer the hotel's "appalled" by the dontown of Moadamiyeh is a bifer o5flito' swallow. Vo 'children died of hunger- wall, landing on the hotel tinuing inter-communal BEIRUT Residents of a one of a number of short- nearly a year, the sprawl- related illnesses by Sep- grounds. As the shooting violence, including reblockaded rebel-held town lived, local truces reached ing community west of tember, said activists, died down, helicopters, ports Thursday of dozens near Damascus raised the between opposition-held Damascus was shelled and The agreement also de- could be heard flying more bodies found on fldg used by the govern- towns and government starved, surrounded by manded rebels hand over overhead, the streets of Bangui, and
ment of -Syrian' President. forces in recent months, al- government checkpoints their heavy weapons and The events are only the called on the transitional Bashar Assad in a deal that though the terms which that refused to allow that only registered resi- latest indicating that this authorities "to rein in sees them accept symbolic also included the rebels through food, clean water dents of Moadamiyeh may deeply poor, but until those fomenting and perhumiliation in exchange handing over heavy weap- and fuel, pressuring resi- remain in the town, in a recently relatively stable petrating' the violence," for food, activists said on ons and expelling outsid- dents to expel anti-Assad condition likely to thin nation, is tipping into an- U.N. spokesman Martin Thursday. ers are unusual. rebels among them. .At rebel ranks. archy. Earlier Thursday, Nesirky said.


World Briefs

Egypt hikes assault Russia: Death not
on Brotherhood caused by radiation E
.CAIRO Egypt's secu- MOSCOW -tA Russian,
rity authorities launched a probe into the death of r.v y
sweep of arrests of Muslim Palestinian leaderYas- Tr v ry
Brotherhood members on ser Arafat has found that
Thursday and warned that his death wasn't caused
holding a leadership post by radiation -- a finding -.:i: ::
in the group could now that comes after a French J;i I'I:ii
be grounds for the death probe found traces of the penalty after it was of- radioactive isotope polo- """' ficially declared a terrorist nimn and a Swiss investi- i i! organization, stepping up gation said the timeframe the government's confron- of his "illness and death :.| tation with its top political was consistent with that of nemesis. polonium poisoning.
The announcement Vladimir Uiba, the head '' '(
e asa bomb exploded of the Federal Medical and '' ''"'
if$busy intersection in Biological Agency, said t
Caio Thursday morning, Thursday that Arafat died ',
hitting a bus and wound- of natural causes and the ing five people. Though 'agency had no plans to
small, the blast raised conduct further tests.'.4 fears that a campaign
of violence by Islamic Thai election body '.
militants that for months ugsdlyi ol
has targeted police and ugsdlyi ol
the military could turn BANGKOK -Thailand's
to civilians in retalia- election commission on tion for the stepped up Thursday called for upcrackdown, coming polls to be delayed"t\
as street battles between ''''
Turkih PMstrugles security forces and proTurkih PMstrugles testers Seeking to disrupt
to contain probe the ballot killed a police
ANKARA, Turkey- After officer and injured nearly '! ...
decade of dominance '100 people, dealing fresh .
over Turkey's political blows to the beleaguered l' .scene, Prime Minister government.,,
Recep Tayyip Erdogan ap- The government quickly ".., : .. :
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expanding corruption nawatra wants the Feb. i! :"",
scandal that has brought 2 polls to take place as down members of his scheduled, believing she -!
cabinet and strained ties would win. The street
to the U.S. violence adds to pressure
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Cotton e Basketball


Sharks get 2nd chance at hot Hornets

BY DUSTIN KENT "It will be a much tougher the Sharks featured probably the
dkent@jcfloridan.com game," the coach said. "That was team's best overall performance their third game in four days and from start to finish. After taking one of their most this time theyll be fresh off the "As far as a complete game, lopsided losses of the season break and we'll be fresh off the maybe so, because offensively last week, the Port St. Joe Sharks break. It's always a tough game we were pretty good and dewill get a second chance at the coming off the break because fensively we were pretty good," Cottondale Hornets on Satur- you don't know how the team is he said. "We did a good job of day night ina rematch of a 59- going to respond, but I expect sharing the ball and everybody 30 CHS beat-down at Marianna, (PSJ) to play hard. I look for it to played well and was able to .High School. be a hard-fought game." score some points. We were also, Port St. Joe's
The two clubs met Friday at The win was the fourth in a able to do some stuff with our TJ Williams
the Marianna Christmas Clas- row and the sixth in seven games pressure that gave them some, (right) tries to
sic and the Hornets put in their for the Hornets, who had their problems. finish a driving
most dominant performance of streak. snapped the following "That one and theVernon game layupover
the season thus far, jumping out night at MHS with a 69-39 loss to were both pretty good ones as far Cottondale's
to a 35-10 halftime lead and go- Rutherford. as nobody having a bad game. Dakota
ing up by as much as 35 points in. Cottondale was coming off Everyone played a role in both of Haddock
the second half. three straight' district 'victo- those wins and it's always good during a game
It was a pretty easy victory for ries, including an impressive when everybody is able to play last week at
the Hornets, though coach Chris 67-54 road win over the Vernon a part." Madanna High
Obert said he expects Saturday's Yellowjackets. School.
rematch to be anything but. But Obertsaid that the win over See HORNETS, Page 8B PHOTO BY HALEY BOGGS/FORTHE FLORIDAN


Malone Basketball
WIARIANA: JISIM"TBAL.


Tigers head to'


MHS meets Godby Hoops Classic


for rematch

with Cougars


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.corn

The Malone Tigers make their annual trip to
Dothan today when they return to the Downtown Dothan Hoops Classic to take on the
Northview (Ala.) Cougars at 6p.m.
The Tigers (11-2) certainly hope their stay
in Dothan is longer than it was last year when
they were dealt a 77-61 first-round defeat by
the Cougars.
It was one of just three losses Malone suffered
last season, and coach Steven Welch said he
hopes this year's group plays with more urgency
and enthusiasm in Dothan than last year's did.
"I just hope the kids are focused and want
to play four days of basketball instead of one,"
he said. "The year before last, we acted like we
were ready to play and had a great experience.
Last year, we played like we were out of it. I just
hope the kids come out ready to play."
Two years ago, the Tigers advanced all the way
to the championship game in Dothan before
falling to Barbour County (Ala.) 63-44.
Malone played its first game of that tournament on Dec. 28, but played on the 26d, last year
and practiced Christmas night.
Welch gave his players .Christmas Day on
Wednesday, though the coach said he's not sure

See TIGERS, Page 8B






PHOTO BY LORIE NABLE/FOR THE FLORIDAN
Marianna's Jamel Johnson (5) dribbles down the baseline during a game last week at Marianna High School.

Bulldogs, Cougars face off in battle of 4A powers

BY DUSTIN KENT : dogs putting their 12-0 record on the we've played and here we are again
dkent@jcfloridan corn: line against a 6-1 Cougars team that and I say this is the best team we'v4 ~has won five straight since falling to played," the coach said. "They're big, The Marianna Bulldogs have had Lincoln on Dec. 5. strong, good on offense and defense,
perfect start to the first half of Marianna has already notched a great reboundinlgteam, they're ex- the season, but they'll get arguably high quality wins over the likes of tremely well-coached, and they play their biggest test of the season to- Rutherfodrd, Pensacola Catholic, and extremely hard. night when they take on the Godby Bay High, but coach Travis Blanton "They know how to play fast and Cougars in a ~battle of 4A powers at said a victory over Godby could be run past you, or they can grind it out Graceville :High School. the most impressive yet for his Club. on you. But regardless of the speed PHOTO BYHAL.EY BOGS/FORTHE FL0RIDAN
The two teamS face off at 6 p.m. "It seems like every week we see Malone's Chal Baker tries to get a shot up in between
in the Tiger Shootout, with the Bull- a team that I say is the best that See MRS, Page 8B thre defenders during a game against Fort Walton
; :' 'Beach.

Chtpola Women's Bi~sketbl

Lady Indians wrap up nonconference play in DaytOna


BY J DUSTIN KE T violation of team ruleS, while re- "rChipola wouldn't seem to proj- 'that's what we've been preparing points and 12.4 rebounds at the
dkent@jcfloridancom serve forward Justina James was ect to have troubles this week- these kids for." time of her injury.;
" ... ::;' suspended'd for the end against a Broward team that Playing anyone without your Chipola also got solid outings
The No. 5 Chipola Lady Indi. team's !59-48 w in it beat by 46 points early this starting point guard and most from 6-foot sophomoreTheyvonans head to Daytona this week- "(( 2) over No. 13 Palm season and a Daytona State club dominant inside presence would na Brooks, who averaged 10, end for their' final nonconfer- 'Beach State. that comes in at 6-6. seem perilous for most teams, points and seven rebounds to go
ence action of the season, taking Chipola was also But Franlin said his team has but the Lady Indians showed along with three steals per game
on Broward on Sunday and host without leading scorer and re- learned not to take anything for the ability to make up for the at Palm Beach.:' Daytona State on Monday. bounder Evelyn Akhator, who. granted. losses at Palm Beach thanks to "We've made some adjustThe Lady Indians (14-1) have suffered a slight MCL tear that "It's like I tell these kids all the solid point guard play by Janisha ments without Evelyn and Some wonthree straight following their will keep her out until the Pan- time, they've got all the talent in Lindsey and a dominant run of people stepped up," Franklin first loss of the season against St. handle Conference opener on the world and we control our own games by 6-foot- 1 sophomore said. "We talked about during Petersburg on Dec. 7, takng all Jan. 4 at Pensacola State. destiny, but it kind of proved to Brianna Wright. this time with players out how
three in Lake Worth on Dec. 19- Moore and James will be back us against St. Pete that anybody Wright averaged 20 points and we wanted to grow I want to see '21 with a short-handed roster. Sunday, though Lady Indians can get you on any given night if eight rebounds while shooting 65 some growth from people talcStarting point guard Diamoni- coach Greg Franklin said that you have a lull or aren't prepared percent from the floor during the ing ownership of roles. We made sha Sophus and reserve guard Sophus' suspension, has not to play," he said. "You have to three games and proved a more some strong strides at point Naomi Moore were suspended been lifted., bring it every night physically, than capable fill-in for the ailing.
for all three of the games for Even.' minus two starters, mentally, and emotionally, and Akhator, who was averaging 14.6 See CHIPoLA, Page 88L






72B FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27 2013 SPORTS JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN' www.jcfloridan.com

Sports Briefs Co ege

High school
boys basketball over
Friday- Sneads
vs. SouthWalton for speeding again
.,atGraceville High
School,1:30 p.m.;f
Graceville vs. Rutherford at Graceville
High School,,4 p.m.; The Associated Press
Marianna vs. Godby
at Graceville High THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE COLUMBIA, S.C.
School, 6p.m.;Holmes Broyles Award Finalists (from left) Michigan State defensive South Carolina defensive
County at Graceville, coach Pat Narduzzi, Florida State defensive coach Jeremy end Jadeveon Clowneyhas
7:30 p.m.; Malone vs. Pruitt, Duke offensive coach, Kurt Roper, Baylor offensive,/,been pulled over again for Northview (Ala.) in coach Philip Montgomery and Auburn offensive coach Rhett going at least 25 mph over
Dothan, 6p.m. Lashlee participate in the award ceremony Dec. 10, in Little the speed limit.
Saturday Ma Rock, Ark. Narduzzi won the award. Columbia Police say
-anna vs. East Hall (Ga Clowny was stopped
at Graceville High T 1" 1 around 10:30 a.m. ThursSchool,1:30 p~m.; riorida announces day going 84 mph in a 55
Sneads vs. Bozeman mph zone on Interstate 26
at Graceville High ir o Re near Interstate 126, about 5
School, 4:30 p.mn.;,, M 0f D u.1 es R oper miles from the Gamecocks'
Baker at Graceville, campus.
6p.m.; Port St. Jot' The Associated Press to that." The traffic stop hapCottondale, 6p.m. The Gators (4-8) are com- pened about an hour beGAINESVILLE, Fla. ing off their first losing sea- fore the Gamecocks flew
Graceville Florida is turning to Duke's son since 1979. Muschamp to Florida for the Jan. 1
Ch a Cls i Kurt Roper to improve the wants to overhaul the of- Capital One Bowl against
C C Southeastern Conference's fense after three consecu- Wisconsin.
Graceville High worst offense. tive years ranked worse It's Clowney's second
School is hosting a Coach Will Muschamp is than 100th nationally in ticket in three weeks. On
boys basketball Christ- counting on Roper's previ- total yards. Muschamp Dec. 7, state troopers say
mas classicFriday and ous success in the league fired offensive coordinator Clowney was going 110
Saturday. and his experience with an Brent Pease and offensive mph in a 70 mph zone.
Friday's schedule: up-tempo scheme to g6t it line coach Tim Davis less Drivers pleading guilty
South Waton vs. done. than 24 hours after the sea- for going at least 25 mph
Sneads, 1:30 p.m.; Boz- Muschamp announced son ended. over the speed limit in
eman vs.aker, 3 p.m.; Roper's hire Thursday, Duke coach David Cut- South Carolina get six
Rutherford vs. East three days'after he agreed cliffe, said Roper's coach- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE points. State law allows a
Hall (a.) 4:30 p.m.; to take the job. ing style includes "inten- South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney talks on license to be suspended
Marianna vs. Godby, "He has a diverse, up- sity, tempo and quality of the sidelines during the game in Columbia, S.C. on Nov. 23. after 12 points.
6p.m.; Graceville vs. tempo background on repetition."
HoliesCounty, 7:30 offense and does a good 'From the minute they
p.m. job of adapting to what hit the field, it's going to M i
Saturday's schedule: the players do best," Mus- be intense," Cutcliffe said.
East Hal vsarianna, champ said. "The most ."I wouldn't call him a laid-
1:30 p.m.; Holmes important thing, though, back football coach by any
County vs. SouthWal- is he has always remained stretch of the imagination.
Bozeman, 4:30 p.m,;. cess calling plays in the treat the ground like a hot

Baker vs, Graceville, 6 SEC and has tutored three stove. If you hit the ground, The Associated Press
p.m.; Godhy vs. Ruth- NFL quarterbacks. He has you better get up.running.
erford, 7:30 p.m. had players produce at ev- And you know by the time EAST LANSING, Mich. Michigan
ery offensive position and they get on the field until State has suspended senior linebacker
Chipola nm he is one of the most well- they ge1q off, they're going Max Bullough for violating team rules,
baskebl respected coaches in the to be moving and getting making him ineligible to play in the
country." a bunch of quality reps so I Rose Bowl.
The Indians return Roper is leaving the would call it very intense." In a news release sent early Thursvto action Sunday and same position at Duke. An 18-year coaching day, Spartans coach Mark Dantonio Monday when they He also was an assistant. veteran, Roper spent six said Bullough had been-suspended for
head to Panarna City head coach with the Blue seasons as Duke's offen- the rest of the season. He did not say for the GulfCoast Clas- Devils. sive coordinator. He has 14 what rules the two-time team captain
sic with games against Roper spent hours inter- years of experience coach- violated. THEASSOCATEDPRESSFILE
Central Georgia Tech viewing for the job with ing quarterbacks, including "It is extremely disappointing for all Michigan State's Max Bullough (40) tackles and USC-SalkehatchL-. Muschamp on Monday. working with NFL quarter- parties involved," Dantonio said. Minnesota's David Cobb (27) during thethird
He will remain with Duke backs Eli Manning (N.Y. Gi- The No.4 Spartans will play No. 5 Stan- game in East Lansing, Mich. on Nov. 30.
Chlpolao nns through the Chick-fil-A ants), Sean Renfree (Atlan- ford in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1 in Pasa- a family affair. Max Bullough's grandfa11.ketball Bowl on Tuesday night. ta Falcons) and Thaddeus dena, Calif. It is Michigan State's seventh ther, Hank Bullough, played for Michi"I feel like this was the Lewis (Buffalo Bills). straight bowl game and first appearance gan State in the early 1950s, and his faThe LadyIndians right situation for me He inherits an offense in the Rose Bowl in 26sedisons. ther Shane followed in the mid-1980s..
'travel to Daytona to and my family at the that features mobile quar- Bullough, from Traverse City, had 76 Two of Max Bullough's uncles were
play in the Daytona right time," Roper said terback Jeff Driskel and tackles and 9.5 tackles for loss this sea- Spartans and his younger brother Riley State Holiday Clas- on a conference call with plenty of running back son, earning him third-team All-Amer- is a redshirt freshman. sic this weekend reporters. "It's obviously a depth, but also includes a ica honors and first-team All-Big Ten "Max will forever remain a Sparwith games against great university that has a woeful offensive line and honors. He has 299 career tackles and tan and valued member in this team's
Broward on Sunday great tradition, and I look few playmakers on the made 40 consecutive starts. achievements," Dantonio said in the
and Daytona State on forward to trying to add perimeter. Playing for Michigan State has been statement.
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NBA


No Kobe on Chrsm;


says recovery is 'slow


The Associated Press

LOS ANGELES Kobe Bryant wasn't
happy about spending Christmas Day
on the sideline, unable to help the struggling Los Angeles Lakers.
It's a place he's unaccustomed to being on the holiday. Bryant leads the NBA
L with a record 15 appearances on Christmas Day, but he's out an expected four
~~ to six weeks with. a fracture in his left
knee.'
~ \.~>\"It's strange to be coming in on Christ-' mas and hot playing," he said before the
Lakers' 101-95 loss to the Miami Heat
on Wednesday., "It's a foreign feeling, butI'm here to support MY guys." '
LeBron James and Co. have won six in
a row, and Lakers have dropped three
straight. THE ASSOCIATED P RESS
~ .~Bryant's injury was diagnosed last Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (left) and Jordan week, his second major one of' the Hill sift on the bench during the game against season. the Miami Heat in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
He didn't play his first game until Dec. in more." TH EASSOC IATED PRESS 8 after nearly eight months away while. Asked if there's any chance he wont Miami Heat forward LeBron James (left) passes around Los Angeles Lakers guard Wesley' recovrn frmatrIcilstno.b ak ratrpid Ntta '
Johsondurng hegam inLosAngle onWedesdy.Then he got hurt again Dec. 17 at Mem- aware of."
plis while playing his fourth game in Los Angeles signed the 35-year-old five nights. guard to a two-year, $48.5 million con"I was fortunate that it was not a me- tract extension in November.
Initially, Bryant didn't think he was se- ers, tweeted out well wishes to Bryant, riously hurt against Memphis. He went although the two superstars haven't
down late in the third quarter, but re- talked.
logged a season-high 21 points in 32 to have the best guys out there," James The Associated Press said. "I've just. improved that essentially was the minutes. said.
and continued to improve clinched* r. "I didn't know it was fractured," he After the Achilles injury, Bryant exMIAMI The only thing, on being more than just "He always rises to the sad "I was expecting a bone bruise pressed rare self-doubt. He hasnt felt that keeps LeBron James as a basketball player. I've occasion when it matters more than anything else. I thought (the any this time. up worrying at night is matured as a leader, as a the most," Heat coach Eh~k doctor) was joking when he told me." '"The knee is not really a concern to basketball, which simul- father, as a husband, as a Spoelstra' said. Bryant has been limited to riding a me," he said. "The biggest question was
taneously makes perfect friend." 'Business-wise, James is bike; he isn't supp6sed to put any pres- would the Achilles respond to my-game.
sense and no sense. So far in 2013, with a booming. Some estimate sure on his knee. It felt fine. It was strong."
On one hand, he's the maximum of three games his annual income around "It's just been slow in terms of laying Bryant was looking forward to playing.
game's best player. left to play, James has ap- $60 million, less than one- off it and letting it heal," he said. "When against the defending NBA champions
On the other, he's peaked in 98. 'The Heat third of that being made you don't have activity, you got to watch as a way to see where he was physically rarely impressed with have won 78 of them. on the court. His wife has the other parts like nutrition." with his Achilles. himself. None of those was bigger opened a juice bar in Mi- Typical of Bryant's attention to 'de- "This was a really big measuring stick,"
Even after a year like than the four Miami got in ami, and David Beckham tail, he said he has been reading critical he said.,
2013 when a spectacu- the NBA Finals against San wants James to be part of comments, that suggest he won't return, Instead, he sat at the end of the bench lar wedding, a second Antonio. In Game 7, James the Major 'League Soccer this season. wearing a black suit and print T-shirt.
NBA championship and was at his best, scoring 37 team he plans on bringing "It's the same old tune, just being He sat on a chair with extra inches of a fourth MVP award were points, including the jump to South Florida in the next sung a little more loudly now," he said. padding, likely to take stress off 'his left among -the many high- shot with 27.9 seconds left couple years. "These type of things just help me lock knee.
lights enjoyed by the Miami Heat star -he still is, 0X--- X
as he puts it, striving for
greatness. Or, technically,
more greatness, since his
enormous list of accomplishments just keeps
*growing.1
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Thursday as The Associat- 5
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of the Year, becoming the 9 til 4 PM
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WE ARE LOOKING FOR UNEXPIRED BOXES
AIRCRAFT MECHANICS CALL BOB (334) 219-4697
THAT WORKED FOR OR (850) 710-0189 BULK WHEAT
HAYES INTERNATIONAL for Sale
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present to cashierfor an additional 10% + tax. 1. All-in-One Care Planning Resource O...............ablesa! a ti
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J 30% off Accessories Beanies, lots of bears.Excellent Condition Managing Editor. We are a BH Media company located in Soitheast Al just 80 miles from
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WE WILL COME AND HAUL 4m 2013, and entered in Case No. 2009-CA-000740 A 0. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 or by
f the Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days 3/2 located in Sneads $375, mo. Chad Gibson 334-684-8481 or 334-588-0047 oCircuit ourt acksonournt Fodial before your scheduled court appearance, or
3/2 lcate in neadi$375 mo.Circuit in and for Jackson County, Florida inI
.~ 50-73030 ~which Nationstar Mortgage, LLC, is the Plaintiff immediately upon receiving this notification, if
850,573-030840tetmbeoeteshdldapanc .s
,Gota u r and Hoa Kim Thai, Binh Kong Tran,, are de- less than seven (7) days. If you are hearing imF mllQie ail rinedPr -12 xB fendants, the Jackson County Clerk of the Cir- piepes al71
Small Quiet Family Oriented Park- 1, 2 & 3BR We'll be your Junker! cuit Court will sell to the highest and best bid- paired, please call 711.
I MH's for Rent includes water, garbage, We buy wrecked cars der for cash in/on at the North Door of the
L lawn care, No Pets 850-592-1639 and Farm Equip, at a : Jackson County Courthouse, 4445 Lafayette
fair and honest price! Street, Marianna,,FL 32446, Jackson County, Florida at 11:00AM CST/12:00PM EST on the
$250....& ... C .mpl.te Cars 23rd day of January, 2014, the following descri- E bm
______ ____ *CALL 334-714.6285 j bed property as set forth in said Final JudgCAMPER T TRAILERSL- I ...mm..mn mmumuu ment of Foreclosure:
Jaco 2008 Jay Flight G2 series travel trailer BWE WILL BUY YOUR CAR BEGINNING AT THE NE CORNER OF THE NW 1/4 today to place
OF SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 10 Calt d y o pac
22 ft. Bunk House, lots of storage,TV with
surround sound & DVD, microwave, gas or OUTRIGHT WEST,JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE,
elec. electric awning/lift, sleeps 6 Regardless of year, make, model, we have NORTH 89 DEGREES 30 MINUTES 00 SECONDS
850-638-9363 or 850-326-0124 money for your current vehle. DARY OF SAID NW 1/4 TO THE EASTERLY RIGHT VU
We Are n0326 T tOF WAY OF NOLAND STREET; THENCE, SOUTH Weore]nlhe oas Bt WrthTh Drve 00 DEGREES 28 MINUTES 13 SECONDS WEST .
MOTOR_____ HOMES_____& _______ & reputable, & we can give you a fair price 00DGES2MIUS13ECNSW T
appraisal in 15 minutes.. ALONG THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF SAID classified.
S ~ 0NOLAND STREET, 92.17 FEET TO THE NORTHERWinnebago 1995 Vectra 33 ft. C/H&A, auto lev- CafL RIGHT OF WAY OF GULF POWER COMPANY eling, Q-bed, new tires, batteries, frig. 7.5Onan TRANSMISSION LINE; THENCE, SOUTH 70 DEgenerator, lg. awning, lots of storage ia& out- GREES 51 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST, ALONG ( 0 2 3
side, micr-convection oven combo, gas stove, SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY, 211.12 FEET;
hot water heater, 30-or 50 amp power, all THENCE NORTH 00DEGREES 28 MINUTES 133614
original paper work. $20,000. OBO 334-585-6689 SECONDS EAST, 159.68 FEET TO THE NORTH
TRVE TRIE OS-FRRN Aj BOUNDARY OF THE NE 1/4 OF SECTION 3, TOWN- :;
6 *~SHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 10 WEST; THENCE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 30 MINUTES-00 SECONDS 7
Cargo Trailer enclosed 12ft long, less than WEST, 47.58 FEET-ALONG SAID NORTH BOUN4000 miles, rear and side doors. Bought in DARY TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
September $2300. OBO 217-424-1033. A 2N EN F
Utility Trailer 6' x 10, x 4' mesh sided trailer A 9N FL
with tandem axles and brakes $1250. 32446-3112
334-699-2570 | "-I
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-.Ufrom the sale, if any, other than the property TRANSPORTATION owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must'
file a claim within 60 days after the sale.
:I n Dated in Jackson County, Flori da this 21st day "
Jeep 2000 Wrangler Sport. Red. four wheel
drive with air conditioning, roll cage, aluminum
wheels, hard top and soft top. Frame for soft
top is installed. 140,000 miles but vehicle is in O
great shape for age and miles. $5,200.
334-494-2430. d ;

Corvette 2001 silver with black interior, new ht"",I Acalle
tires, Z06 brakes, low miles, many extras, 0 U i to
great condition. $12,500. OBO 334-585-5396. Sind0A ewrol X
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$0 Down/Ist Payment, ,and 131POM011 A
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Tax, Tag & Title Pass at ail tkmes,
Repo pass bankruptcy 5000
SLOW CREDIT OK Call Jackson
Ask About $1000. off at time of purchase. all CaT heee Jan
-11 Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 W*puiSclI
Grand Marque 2008 leather seat, 1-owner ?n
low mileage, black w/ gray int. new tires, e4 I
Garage kept looks like new 334-797-5151 C lassified s
Honda 2009 Accord, 4 door, Super Sharp! Like __U'r C classified s
new, $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis L An Wto

Lincoln 2007 MK And Place Your
(Metallic Red), Cream oca ir
Leather, all power, sun b55-00
roof, dihl-in door, cooled
and heated seats, navigation, new tires, new A d Tod ay !
battery. Only 70000 miles. Is in immaculate
condition. $14,500. Call 334-693-2603
Mercury 2003 Grand Marquis G/S 60K miles,
loaded, light blue in color, exc cond. like new
Michelin tires. $6250. OBO 334-618-7682 90
Call before 9pm
Nissan 2009 Altima. Good family car, great gas
mileage, fully loaded, pwr windows, criise, AT, -5-4
AM-FM, CO. $250 down, $250 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. 1-800-779-2557 o
Nissan Altima 2013, low miles, Must Sell!! $200
down, $279 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-7140028. o
Pontiac 1999 Bonneville: cold AC, warm heat, dependable, nice car, 151k miles, $2,995. Call 334-792-8018
Suzuki 2006 Forenza: White, 4-door sedan. !lM'i"]
114,000 miles. New AC. Almost new tires. No 'B t[ S
wrecks. Body in good condition, only a couple C0~
of dings: $3,200 obo. 334-790-0379
Toyota 2011 Camry SE, Prices Are Out of Sight! ?
Roof, wheels, pwr seat, pwr windows, AT,
AM/FM/CD, Great gas mileage. $300 down,
$300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-7918243. r

1981 BMW Motorcycle R100RS 1000cc Red
Smoke. Perfect condition Many extras. $4,995.
Call 334-470-1972 or 47()-1971.
2008 High Booster 1300 GSX Motorcycle Navy Blue w/pipes baffled out'and jet pipes. Nice, S
Only 7745 Miles. $7000. 850-573-4630.
METRIC BIG TWIN 2004 Suzuki Volusla 830 cc
15k miles, garage kept, chromed out, over 4k in accessories, kick shifter, floorboards Vance. and Hines pipes, windshield, driving lights, crash bar, bags, factory sissy bar, see to appre-. ciate, a steal at 3.5 k obo. 334-794-8709. Ford 1987 Bronco 4x4
RUNS GREAT!! Good tires.
.New Sears battery, rear,
'window motor, fuel gauge. Brakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k
miles on major tune-up (including distributor,
plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as .
my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking
$3,900. 334-750-5000

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Kyle Orton appears set Packers' Rodgers back,


to start for Cowboys to start Bears game

The Associated Press seen in any of the public can to get back. He's going
areas at Valley Ranch. He through the rehab process. The Associated Press
IRVING, Texas Kyle did not practice, and didn't "We'll evaluate him day
Orton and Jon Kitna sat at attend a morning, offen- to day, the same as most GREEN BAY, Wis. Aaron Rodgers opposite ends of a couch sive meeting, according to players who are injured." has been cleared to return from a left in the Dallas Cowboys' coach Jason Garrett. Asked whether he collarbone injury, just in time to start
locker room Wednesday, "I'm just excited," Orton thought Romo would play Sunday for the Packers against the Chiturned toward each other said. "I think the guys have Sunday, Garrett said, "We'll cago Bears in a game to decide the NFC
and started chatting. got a lot of confidence in, have to see. It seems like he North tide.
They probably were talk- me. I've got a lot of confi- is feeling a little bit better.' With no advance warning and little
ing about Dallas' offense. dence in myself. I can fall Orton's most recent start fanfare, the franchise quarterback reOrton will make his first back on my experience. I've was in Week 17 of 2011 for ceived the long-awaited good news at THEASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
start at quarterback in his played a lot of games in this Kansas City in a 7-3 victory the same time as the rest of his. team- Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers two seasons with the Cow- league. I don't feel I have to over the Denver Broncos, mates Thursday. watches during the game against the Detroit
boys on Sunday night, un- do too much with the ball, He had started the sea- "This is a fun day for me, but I think Lions at Ford Field In Detroit on Nov. 28.
less Tony Romo can recover just get it to 29 (DeMarc6 son with Denver, but was the focus needs to be on this game and win a third straight division title with a
from a herniated disc. Dal- Murray), 82 (Jason Witten) released after losing the the opportunity we have to win the divi- victory Stnday at Soldier Field.
las will be playing a win- and 88 (Dez Bryant)." starting job to Tim Tebow, sion," Rodgers.9aid. "I'll start with the announcement that
ner-take-all game at home Garrett still hasn't ruled who led the Broncos to the Soon enough. But the spotlight we're preparing for the Chitago Bears against the Philadelphia out'Romo. playoffs. for now is squarely on the return of with Aaron Rodgers as'our starting quarEagles for the NFC East title "I saw him briefly today., The 31-year-old Orton one of the NFL's most irreplaceable terback," coach Mike McCarthy told reand a playoff berth. He's fighting through it. has a 35-34 record in' 69 players. porters Thursday'after practice.
Romo was nowhere to be He's doing everything he starts'in nine NFL seasons. Green Bay (7-7-1) is 2-5-1 since Rodg- Win and Green. Bay returns to Lamers went down during the first series of a beau Field the f6lowng weekend to 27-20 loss Nov. 4 to Chicago. The Packers host a wild-card team in the first round have managed to hang on, with a shot to of the playoffs.

College Footbal1

Bowden's grandson killed in crash

The Associated Press Bowden has lost in a car crash. Bowden
Madden, 15, and 'Bobby Bowden's forWINTERHAVEN-FormerFlorida State mer son-in-law, John Allen Madden, football coach Bobby Bowdens grandson were killed in September 2004, when was one of two men killed when their car their car was hit a by a utility truck that flipped into a small ditch off a central Flor- was helping to restore power outages ida road, officials said Thursday. caused by Hurricane Frances. Taylor Jeffrey Bowden, 23, and driver A third man in Thursday's crash in Rafael Fernandes De Aguiar Valim, 25, Winter Haven 22-year-old Robert both died in the crash, according to Lewis Edwards was rescued. a news release from the Polk County A trash collector reported th subSheriff's Office. Spokeswoman Carrie merged car at 7:47 a.m. The Mitsubishi THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE Eleaz6r confirmed Bowden's relation to wasn't very visible from the road, but the Dallas quarterbacks Kyle Orton (18) and Tony Romo (9) warm up for the game against the the famous football coach. Florida Refuse truck was high enough to
Oakland Raiders in Arlington, Texas. on Nov. 28. He is the second grandson that Bobby allow the worker to see it.


previous night that was not will face a squad that will to see from her.
so emphatic, though Welch test their biggest weakness- "We've been talking to her throughsaidhewas just as impressed a lack of size on the interior o out the year abouthowwe wantedher
From Page 1B with his teams ability to "I've seen them and physi Page 1 pulse to be higher and to keep bringwhat kind of impact if any without its A' game.' cally they're huge," Welch guard and I thought Brianna grew as ing that energy. When she's out there, that change will have on the "I just think we're growing. said of the Cougars. "They've well and took more ownership with she doesn't have that demeanor like team's performance. Sometimes you have ups got a couple of big kids in- the team in this time of adversity, she's ready to go and be 'intense," he
"I don't know if there's a and downs, but we found a side, and the guards are not "I thoughtTrevyonna played a coin- said. "But, in the last game, I thought
right or wrong way to do it," way even though we didn't necessarily tall but they're plete basketball game in all three ball- she really played with a lot of energy the coach said. "I don't know play well at all against Port physical. They outweigh us games, and Rahni Bell looked like she offensively pushing the basketball if there's a magic formula. St. Joe. We found a way to significantly at every posi- was doing the little things like making and giving consistent effort. That's Ifs a different environment dig in and pull away late," tion. We've got our work cut rotations defensively, boxing out, and what we've been trying to get out of
than we're used to. We're an he said. 'Against FortWalton out for us. giving great effort on the glass. Those her this season."
energy team and like to play Beach, we' played well from 'At the same time, I feel kids played a big role as far as leader- The coach said that despite being off the crowd and it's hard to the tip to the final buzzer, like if we can keep from get- ship and that was a big thing for us (at short-handed his team would still get the crowd into it. It takes but I was most encouraged ting pushed around a little Palm Beach)." need to be sharp this 'weekend to
some mental toughness to by the bad game because bit, I think we can bother While Akhator will soon be back to come away with two more wins.
win up here. Hopefully we'll even though we didn't play them a little bit with the way strengthen the front line even more, "Broward is a streaky, team. They come out and have some well, we stayed together and we play. (The Cougars) don't there is no timetable on how long So- can look really good at times, so we stuff go right early." found a way to do the things like to play up tempoi so if phus will be out of the lineup, mean, have to make sure we tighten our
Malone has won four that it took to come away we can get some rebounds ing Lindsey will have to continue to defense up and speed the tempo up
straight coming in and sev- with a win. we'll be able to get out and hold the fort down at the point after to make it a high-possession basketen of the last eight, includ- "It's been 'fim watching play our style. Rebounds showing steady improvement at Palm ball game," he said. "With Daytona, ing a 72-40 blowout of 7A these guys grow together are going to be hard to get Beach. any time you play somebody at their
Fort Walton Beach last week and get to know each other. though." She .had 18 assists to 10 turnovers place, you have to be careful to come
at.MariannaHigh School. I'm excited about where With a win, Malonewould over the weekend, but it wasn't un- out and make a statement early. It's
It was a dominant per- we're headed, but we've still advance to play the winner til her 11-point, four-assist effort important to come out ready to play
formance that followed a got some work to do." out of Headland (Ala.) and against Palm Beach that Frauiklin said from the start. They're a capable basvictory over Pbrt St. Joe the In Northview the Tigers Barbour County (Ala.). Lindsey showed the spark he wanted ketball team."

,:II~r l @rn we didn't do," he said. "We The Hornets fell to 6-5 were pretty solid teams," compete 'hard every day, off at 6 p.m. and will not
H ornets were missing some shots with the loss, though the Obert said. "When you're we'll be OK. The biggest, have a junior varsity game
FromPag 16in the lane that we needed losses have' come to teams talking about Marianna, thing with this team be- preceding it.
From Pge 1Bto make, and just (Ruther- with a combined record Of Chipley, Malone, and ing as inexperienced as
The loss to Rutherford ford's) overall athleticism '45-8. Rutherford, those four we are is that consistency Th Only
was" hardly a shock, with and skill' gave us some Butsince starting off with are as good as anybody is usually the last thing ,,
the 5A Rams making it problems at both ends. losses to Marianna, Chii- in our area, and Gracev- that comes, so hopefully cure for nine straight wins after They're one of the better pley, and Malone -- with ille has been playing real we'll start being more con- a season-opening loss to teams in the whole area. a combined record of 30 well. They're kind of' in sistent and by mid-JanuMarianna, but Obert said (Rams coach Rhondie wins and two losses Cot- the same boat we're in ary or February we'll be eui
that his team played better Ross) does a good job of tondale has won six of with them having lost able to peak at the right 30 JUU
than the final score would getting them ready. I do eight games and appears to some pretty good time."
indicate, think we played hard the to be trending upward as teams. Saturday's game tips
"I thought we did OK at whole time. We just strug- the season's second half ."But if we can find a way times, but what we needed gled to hang in there with arrives. to win the games we're to do to stay in the game them." 'All the teams we lost to supposed to win and just g


M H Sthey've got good enough "They're learning more players are looking forward
M H S ball handlers to take you about how to play togeth- to the opportunity.
From Page lB ~ off the dribble. The biggest er and starting to gel as a "hr' odut h
FromPag IBthing for us is playing hard group. We're getting some, kids are excited knowing
of the game, they're going and competing against good play out of our bench that it's the biggest chalto play physical." .'someone who is probably and the kids are just being lenge we've had thus far IIs
Blanton said the Cougars bigger and stronger than unselfish and continuing and just' knowing that ** *. .*
'live during an 80-7 1 pre- us in every area." to get better in the areas they're ranked and the season loss to the Malone TheBulldogshavecaused we stressed to them ,that significance of the game,"I
Tigers at MHS, though plenty of problems for op- they needed to improve Blanton said. "If we're forGodby was missing three ponents themselves so far on: We're not perfect yet, tunate enough to get into I
key players who were still thanks to their quickness but the guys are working the playoffs, this is a game with the football team at and athleticism led by tal- their very hardest to try to that could have some imthe time. 'ented sophomores Her- get there." plications for what could *
,At fullstrength, the coach man Williams and Trey Marianna was expected happen ff we see them
said that the Cougars will Clemmons and heady ju- by many to'be an improved again, so the kids are expresent'a lot of problems nior point guard Shaquari- team this season after get- cited about it.
for his team with their ous Baker.' ting upset byWalton in the "in or lose, this wllbe 14 6I*
depth and their balance. Beyond the athletic district tournament semi- a good challenge for them
"They can take five good ability, Blanton said that finals a year ago, but Blan- and a good measuring
kids out and put five more the biggest reason for his ton said that even'he has stick, and it's a good' point good ones in for them," he team's success this season been surprised bythe team in the season for that to
said. "Their big kids inside has been their buying in to making it this far without a happen."
are really skilled and do a the team concept at both' setback. The Bulldogs will also
nice job, and their guards ends of the court. The Bulldogs will get play East Hall (Ga.) on I
shoot it well enough that "I think the kids are play- another chance to make Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at g. .
you've got to respect the ing unselfishly and get- a big statement to the rest GHS in the final day of the: e ,e*e*:
three-point line. They're ting better every time they of Class 4A tonight and the Shootout, a 3A team out of Strong enough inside and get out there," he said. coach said that he and his .Gainesville, Ga.