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A small exterior fire at the Marianna Fairfield Inn
on Tuesday necessitated a brief evacuation of the two-story hotel while its cause was investigated. Jackson County Fire Rescue Chief Scott Birge said the fire appeared to be electrical in nature, and that it was confined to a rough circle measuring 12 to 18 inches in diameter.
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hotel was evacuated for about an hour, and staff there conducted a walk-through fire watch duringFairfield Inn the night until the fire alarms were back in service. About 15 rooms were occupied at the time. The fire call came in around 5:15 p.m., Birge said.
He said it appears that the fire was related to a single electrical Wire. There was no evidence suggesting that the fire was set intentionally, according to the representative of the state fire marshal's office who was assigned to conduct a routine investigation into the matter.
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iFLO R ID AN TODAY Jackson County Youth Community Choir )) Golson Elementary School Advisory Council
)) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 am. to 1 p.m. St. and the Save Our Children Black Awareness meeting-5:30 p.m. in the media center. For more Publisher Valeria Roberts Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., Marianna. Program Practices 9-11 am. at Pope Chapel info call Catherine Conner, Chairman at 482-9607
email@example.com Call 482-3734. AME Church, 4898 BlueSprings Road, Marianna. )) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meetikig 8-9
Deadineto omiate2013Citzenof he earThe Boys to Men Choir of Jackson County is open to p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Circulation Manager Dena Oberski Dalntoom ae203CiznfthYaranyone ages 3726. If you would like to join or need Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed firstname.lastname@example.org 5 p.m. Jackson County Chamber of Commerce, more info, call Carol Marks 693 L9630 or Leon Kelly cussion with 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire
4318 Lafayette St., Marianna. Late entries will not 2091-4310. to stop drinking is welcome.
CONTACT US beacpe.) Alford Community Health Clinic Hours 10
Telephone: 850-526-3614 )) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks am. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in WEDNESDAY, JAN. 29
Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients FAX: 850-482-4478 is the local community, "Community, Children & without medical insurance treats short-term St. Anne Thrift Store BOGO Sale 9 am.
Email: email@example.com Character." Call 526-3142. illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments to 1 p.m. St. Ann Thrift Store, 4285 Second Ave.,
Street Address: )) Town of Grand Ridge Citizens' Advisory Task available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins Marianna.
4403 Constitution Lane Force 6 p.m. at Grand Ridge Town Hall. Purpose welcome. Sign in before 11 a.m. )) AARP tax aide training session 9a.m. to 1
Marianna, FL 32448 of meeting to discuss the towni applying for a )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30- p.m. Jackson County Agricultural Bui,1ling, Penn
Office Hours: grant under the Florida Department of Economic 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Ave., Marianna in the conference room. Learn
Opportunity's Small Cities Community Develop- Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. hands-on training for electronic preparation and
Weekdays, 8 a m. to 5 pm. ment Block Grant Program for the FFY 2013 funding filing of tax returns free. If interested in volunteering
cycle. Public invited. For more info, call 592-4621. SUNDAY, JAN. 26 call 718-7919.L
MISS YOUR PAPER? )) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, )) One for Every Child 10 am. Jackson County
You should receive your newspaper no later .8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion Public Library, 2929 Green St. Marianna. Represendonia St., Marianna, in the AA roomr. Attendance -6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist tatives from Florida's Guardian ad Litem Program than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- limited to persons with a desire to 5top drinking; Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance will be available to answer question on how to help
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to papers Will not be signed. limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking, abused and neglected children from our comFriday, and 7 a.m. toll1 a.m. on Sunday. The )) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in the munity. For more info contact Theresa Roberts at
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) FRIDAY, JAN. 24 board room of Campbelltoo-Graceville Hospital, 914-6488.
is published Tuesday through Friday and Bird Walk 10 a.m. Florida Caverns State Park, 5429 College Drive, in Graceville. )) Ribbon Cutting for Fourth Floor Labor and
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid Marianna. Walk begins at Blue Hole Swimming Delivery 11 a.m. at Jackson Hospital.
at Marianna, FL. area and will last about an hour. Be sure to bring MONDAY, JAN. 27 Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon
binoculars. Walk led by Park Volunteers Elliott and Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist SUBSCRIPTION RATES Lesley Smith. Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Hom deivey: 11.3 er ont: $2.8 ) HookstandNeedles 10 a. m. at the Jackson 482-2005.
Hoedeier:$12 prmot,-3 County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and )) Marianna Middle School "School Advisory THURSDAY, JAN. 30
for three months: $62.05 for six months; experienced handd'rafters welcome to create, share, Meeting"-3:15 in Mrs. Sherri Goodwin's room St. Anne Thrift Store BOGO Sale 9 am.
and $123.45 for one year All prices include learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. 005A, seventh-grade building.All parents welcome. to 1 p.m. St. Ann Thrift Store, 4285 Second Ave.,
applicable state and local taxes. Mail )) Chess Club 6 8 p.m. First United Methodist )) Parkinson's Support Group Meeting Noon Marianna.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by in the ground-floor classroom of Jackson Hospital. )) Chamber of Commerce Annual Mpeting and
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8- Lunch provided. Those diagnosed with Parkinson's Banquet Chipola College in the old Arts Building.
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one 18 years of age in J 'ackson County. All students and and their caregivers are invited. No cost to partici- "2013 Citizen of the Year" will be awarded.
year their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels pate. Call 718-2661. )) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks
includ ing beginners are welcome. Call 693-.0473. )) Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees Joint Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus ADVRTSIG) Uganda African Children's Choir Concert-6 Conference Committee meeting 5:30 p.m. in is the local community, "Community, Children &
AVRIIGp.m. at St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church, Mari- the classroom of Jackson Hospital. Character:' Call 526-3142.,
The advertiser agrees that the publisher anna. No charge, love offering will be taken. Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting ))Alcoholics Anonymous --Closed discussion,
shall not be liable for damages arising Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caleout of errors and advertisements beyond Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult, 3975 U.S. 90 West, Marianna. B usiness meet- donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance the amoun paid forA the spac actually teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and ings ar6 fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking;
JACKSON COUNT FLORIDAN wv,.v.jcfloridan.com LOCJ THURSDAY. JANUARY 23,2014 3AAL/FL Peanut Trade
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...The AL/FL Peanut Trade age all peanut farmers to gun and many more. As a Show will be held Jan. 30 attend this year's Peanut grand door prize this year, at the National Peanut Trade Show," said Ken KMC is offering the lucky
Festival Fairgrounds lo- Barton, executive director winner $1,000 in cash. Adcated on U. S. 231 South of the Florida Peanut Pro- ditionally, the winner will ofDothan, Ala. lucers Association. "It's receive a certificate good
Sponsored by the Ala- a great opportunity for for $6,000 toward the purbama Peanut Produc- farmers to see the latest, chase of a new 2014 KMC ers Association and the most up-to-date advances Six Row Peanut Combine, Florida Peanut Producers in peanut production and or lesser amounts toward Association, the one-day harvesting equipment the purchase of another event offers farmers the andvisitwithvendorsthat new 2014 KMC complete SUBMIiTTEDPHOTOS opportunity to view the provide products and ser- implement. These disCottondale Middle School parliamentary procedure team placed second in the Sub-district products and services of vices to peanut farmers. counts are non-transferFFA competition recently held in Malone. Pictured are (from left, front row) Gracie Zick, Sklyar more than 75 exhibitors. The afternoon seminars rable. The winner must Dominguez and Jephri White and (back row) l.T White, Logan Deese and Josh Glass. The show opens at 8:30 will provide current infor- be certified as a peanut a.m. followed by a catered mation that will be helpful grower with an FSA farm lunch at noon. The after- as you make plans for the number and must be noon's events include a 2014 production year." present to win. seed and production sem- Thousands of dollars in For more information, inar, as well as a legislative door prizes will be offered call the Florida Peanut update. such as cash prizes, gift Producers Association of"We invite and encour- cards, peanut seed, a shot- fice at 526-2590.
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Cottondale Middle School opening and closing ceremonies team competed in the Sub-district Jackson Hospital An- of Love ceremony, the an- the beauty queens. FFA competition recently held in Malone. Team members competing are (front row, from left) nounces the Ribbon Cut- nual Fall James T. Cook The public is invited to Bailey Johnson, Skylar Dominguez, Gabriela Tovar and Jephri White and (back row) Josh Glass, ting and Open House for Memorial Golf Tourna- celebrate the renovation Logan Deese and Gracie Zick. the new Labor & Delivery ment, and through gener- of this department and its
Celebrating its 75th ous donations from major medical outreach to Mariyear, Jackson Hospital an- Foundation donors. The anna and the surrounding nounces the ribbon-cut- public is invited to tour communities. ting and grand opening the facilities and enjoy "The hospital greatly apof the renovated Labor & light refreshments. preciates the Foundation's
Delivery Suites to be held The ceremony includes support of our mission to Jan. 29 at 11 a.m. on the a ribbon ctitting and pub- provide exceptional health fourth floor of Jackson licity photo showcasing care to every patient, every
Hospital, 4250 Hospital 'the department, the East day with the renovation of Drive, Marianna. Fund- Jackson County Econom- the Labor and Delivery deing for this renovation is ic Development Coun- apartment said CEO Larry from a generous $150,000 cil, The Jackson County Meese. The Labor & Delivdonation by the Jack- Chamber of Commerce ery project includes the son Hospital Foundation officials, the Marianna modernization of the OB raised from the proceeds and surrounding areas suites and birthing lights. of the 2013 Foundation business community and This renovation project Gala, the December Lights residents and, of course, began June 2013.
Cottondale High School's Parliamentary Procedure Team placed third at the Sub-district FFA competition recently held in Malone. Pictured are (front row, from left) Holly Tyler, Kender Kikilidis and Miranda Sapp and (back row) Brendon Hales, Daniel Lewis and Colby Hargrove.
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organization, is seeking ager living thousands of her share of household local host families for miles from home. Cou- responsibilities, as well high school boys and ples, single parents, and as being included in norgirls from Scandinavia, families with or without mal family activities and France, Germany, Italy, children in the home are lifestyles. Thailand, China, South all encouraged to apply. If you are interested, Korea and the former So- The exchange students call local area represenviet Republics, arrive from their home tativeAmy Strout at 281Students are already country shortly before the 2092 or 1-800-888-9040 or awaiting word on. their 2014-15 school year be- visit the website at www. Jephri White, an eighth-grade Colby Hargrove, a Cottondale Janalyn Stephens, a host families for the 2014- gins and each World Heri- whHosts.com. student from Cottondale High School student, placed Cottondale Middle School High School, recently third in the Sub-district FFA student, placed third in the competed in the Sub- High School Extemporaneous Sub-district FFA competition 3 1 oPhilip
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Practice cold and fire safety Tasotto ik
Arctic air mass brnscold temps School-Related
perdtres lraan no -1rtheritll at one carbon monoxide. Pipes, pets, plants acdrs worhllraedfrom- e hou stll tast oue carbon monoxide Em ployee of the Year
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sout hern central Florida and south protected areas. Vanessa Clark, bus room training, Clark will
Special to the Floridan Florida could last 2-6 hours. Frost is Wear multiple layers of loose-fit- driver/ trainer/ third party then take the student on also possible across a large portion ting, warm clothing, tester at the district trans- the road for
Florida Division of Emergency of central and south Florida. Drink non-alcoholic fluids. portation department I b e h i n d
Management officials are urging res- A freeze warning means sub-freez- Shelter or bring inside animals, has been selected as the Ithe wheel
idents and visitors throughout Flori- ing temperatures are imminent or especially pets. School Related Employee -_ training
da to practice fire and cold weather highly likely for at least two hours. The Division also urges Floridians of the Year. and, when
safety as a strong arctic air mass A hard freeze Warning means sub- to become Firewise and to have a Clark has 26 years of ready, will
brings freezing temperatures, and freezing temperatures are imminent plan for their homes and businesses experience, all of which test the stucold wind chills to the state through or highly likely, and will kill crops to prevent potentially hazardous have been in the Trans- Clark dent for isSaturday. Dry and breezy conditions and other sensitive vegetation. Wind wildfires. Along with Firewise pre- portation Department. suance of a also increase the wildfire risk through chill notifications from the National vention measures, officials urge resi- Seven years ago, Van- CDL license. the weekend. Weather Service mean that the com- dents to follow these guidelines set essa was promoted to Clark's supervisor writes
Overnight temperatures could fall bination of cold temperatures and by the Division of Forestry: trainer and third party that she does everything into the lower 20s across portions winds will generate low wind chill )) Burning yard waste does not tester. She is responsible with a smile and a genuof North Florida, with temperatures values and could lead to hypother- require an authorization from the for safely transporting inely warm concern for near the freezing mark extending mia if precautions are not taken. Division of Forestry, but you should students t6f and from those with whom she as far south as Lake Okeechobee by Residents and visitors should re- check with your local city and county school, as well as teach- works. Even in difficult Thursday morning. Wind chills could member the "five P's" of cold weath- officials to see if there are any restric- ing the 40 hour CDL Pre situations, she maintains reach the teens across North Florida er safety. The "five P's" are: Protecting tions in your area. Service Cturriculum. Af- a sense of professionaland in the 30s across much of Cen- people, protecting plants, protecting ))Ybur fire must be contained to an ter completing the class- ism that diffuses conflict. tral and South Florida on Friday. pets, protecting exposed pipes, and eight-foot diameter pile or non-coin-______________________"Without adequate shelter or heat- practicing fire safety bustible barrel and must be at least
ing the duration of these cold tern- The following actions are impor- 25 feet from forests, 25 feet from your INlra n Du ic t peratures will present a danger totant safety measures: house, 50 feet from apavedpulc M ra n D p iat
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Freeze and hard freeze warnings carbon monoxide detectors. For additional information about )) First place Armin League. The game is held
are in place for 61 of Florida's 67 )) Indoors: Do not use charcoal or severe weather in Florida, visit www. Kunlek Lois Stanwaity every Monday at 12:30 counties. Durations of freezing tem- other fuel-burning devices, such as FloridaDisaster.org. )) Second place Kurt p.m. at St. Luke's EpiscoOpfermann Douglas pal Church in Marianna,
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sentation included a dis- expanded to include ex- their classroom. Working use of the library in schools 442 Make Stee Maina Flrd 32446
cussion of the collabora- tending the imp ortance of with Casey Bush and oth- where they are employed." (850 5620-of c (80 4205-ofc
tion between the Chipola reading within the class- ers in the school of educalibrary and the faculty and room and beyond." tion, Hopkins established.
students of Teacher Edu- Library staff also created a 2,000-book collection
cation Program and how the Teacher Education Col- in the library and created DOTHANEAGLE
assignments were suc- lection that includes books student instructional units
cessfully tied into the col- pertaining to curriculum in Library assignments. cordially invites you to the
lection. The presentation development, classroom This led to frequent use of also included video clips of management, instruc- the library by faculty and
Chipola teacher education tional activities, and lesson students.
graduates using the library planning together in close Dr. Sarah Clemmons, in the schools in which proximity to' the, K- 12 Col- Chipola Senior Vice Presithey teach. lection, making it easier dent, said, "Mrs. Hopkins'
Hopkins said, "The for the education tudents commitment to education
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Expressions of sympathy of Public Relations at Chipola, said
Bray may be made online at Wednesday.
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Marianna Chapel faculty who helped make this day a
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Phone 850-526-5059 camp.
Events on the Chipola College
Evelyn H. campus included a halftime presentation and shootout contest during S
the men's basketball game Tuesday
night at the Health Center. i
Evelyn H. Jinks, 81, of
Quincy formally of Marian- On Wednesday, it was back to
The Reverend Norman na passed away on Wed- Chipola for a series of educational .:.
Hart Bray, Rector of St. nesday, January 22, 2014 at presentations.
Luke's Episcopal Church Jackson Hospital. Academic activities included
died suddenly Tuesday, Arrangements are incom- "Weird Science" presented by January21, 2014. plete and will be an- Chipola Science Club with Dr. Jeff 'He was born on Septem- nounced later by Marianna Bodart and Dr. David Hilton. Learn- ANGIE COOK/FLORIDAN
her 2, 1951 in El Paso, Chapel Funeral Home. ing to Learn was presented by the J.T. Steverson pours liquid nitrogen in preparation for a series of science
Texas, and grew up in Chipola Future Educators Club anf demonstrations, Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014, in Marianna. Steverson, an engineering
Memphis, Tennessee. He
graduated from Bishop By- Marianna Chapel led by Casey Bush Dr. Lou Cleve- major from Bristol, serves as president of the Chipola College Science Club.
rme High School in 1969 Funeral Home land. "Cars and Curls" was offered
and served in the Navy '3960 Lafayette Street by Chipola Cosmetology and Au- labs on campus for an illuminat- After putting on a show like that, from 1969 to 1975. He Marianna, Florida 32446 tomotive students with instructors ing presentation by members of the there was nothing left to do but worked in the automotive Phone 850-526-5059 PaigeVanderwerf and Ada Scott and Chipola College Science Club. make ice cream with liquid niindustry for 25 years before John Gardner and Chase Vlieg. Wide eyes watched as club presi- trogen, of course.
attending the General Robert Wade Lunch was provided by Chipola dent J. T. Steverson showed them Outside the lab, between spoonTheological Seminary in President Dr. Gene Prough. several classic science experi- fuls of the frosty vanilla treat, a
New York City, where he Jones In the afternoon, "Silly College ments that illustrated a variety of couple of campers 12-year-olds
served Si. Luke's in Ma- Robert Wade Jones, 66, Games" was presented by the Stu- concepts. Heat's effect on the lu- Rounzell and Chris gave a onerianna since then. of Ashford, Alabama dent Government Association and minescence of glow sticks was par- word review of the Champs Camp
He was preceded in passed away on Wednes- Student Activities Director Nancy ticularly enlightening and a look at so far: "Fun."
death by his parents, James day, January 22, 2014 at his Johnson; and "Show Business" was static electricity with the help of a And the day had just begun. Lee and Mary Brown Bray. home. presented by Chipola Theatre stu- Van de Graaff generator was a bit of According to DCE the agency and
Survivors include his Services for Robert will dents and led by Director Charles a shock for one camper. But things their community-based partners wife of 43 years, Eileen be held on Friday, January Sirmon and Technical Theatre Di- really got hot when the liquid nitro- provide more than a dozen Camps Bray of Marianna; one 24, 2014 at 1:00 P.M. in the rector Connie Smith. gen came out. for Champions (wwwcampsfordaughter, Emily Watson Marianna Chapel Funeral The day concluded with "College Lifting a large container, Stever- champions.com) statewide, some
and husband Evan of Home with Billy Gene is for Me," a presentation by Chipo- son poured the liquefied gas into a focusing on athletics, others offerDaphne, AL; one son, Mat- Dickerson officiating. In- r Mrentaion b Ci- son p out eeid an a fouing atles,, s fethew Bray of Robertsdale, terment will follow in the la students Daniel Jackson, Tatum bowl and set about freezing an array ing art classes arid skill-building AL; two grandchildren, Jack Frith Hill Church Cemetery Skipper and Irene Muniz. of items plastic Army men, Silly activities in technology and engiand Evelyn Watson of in Ashford, Alabama. A Science WPutty, a rubber "squishy toy" and a neering. The programs aim to give
Daphne, AL; five brothers, time of remembrance from flower that shattered after spend- youths in foster care a platform to
Michael Bray and wife, 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. in At midmorning, the Champs ing a few seconds immersed in the learn, develop team-building skills, Mary of Columbia, MD, the Marianna Chapel Fu- Camp kids filed into one of the negative 320-degree substance. and interact with their peers.
Stephen Bray and wife neral Home.
Mandy of New London, Marianna Chapel FunerNC, Mhrk Bray and wife al Home is in charge of ar- for children. He organized a prison
Carla of Memphis, TN, rangements. ministry, and even though St. Luke's "He didn't care whatfiavor
Phillip Bray and wife Amy Expressions of sympathy hs a even co gt., es
of Greenville, AL and Tim maybe submitted online at From Page IA has a small congregation, he orga- your Christianfaith was; he
Bray of Angola, LA; two sis- www.mariannachapelfh.com. nized us to give tens of thousands was about getting congregation
ters, Suzanne Martinez and official acts outside the church through the food pantry to feed peo- closer together."
husband Joe, Laura Bray all 0, doors was giving the invocation on ple. He helped get the Souper Bowl
of Charleston, SC;? many S Monday at the Martin Luther King (food drive) started, and helped or- Dr. Ben Saunders,
loved nieces and nephews. F r Day prayer breakfast at, St. James ganize a gleaming operation, where church senior warden
The family 'will receive AME Church. people go out and gather what's left church.
friends from 9 to 10:30 am, Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. Bray, who entered the priesthood from harvested fields, to feed the In their last round of golf togethFriday, January 24, 2014 at Your Local Florist and Gifts
the McKinno Parish Hall at 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna later in life, had proven to be wor- hungry. He was very intellectual er, Bray won the last nine holes. St. Luke's Episcopal 850-372-4456 thy of his calling after he took the and had very thoughtful messages. Smith said he was glad of that. "He
Church. A Service of Michael's Toggery position at St. Luke's seven years He didn't have any ego about him, was like me, a very frustrated, meRemberance will follow at Funeral Appropriate Attire ago during a troubled time for the either." diocre golfer who often muttered to
11 am at the St. Luke's 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna church, according to church Senior Saunders said Bray was very open himself'I don't even know why I do Episcopal Church. Memo- 850-482-8647 Warden Dr. Ben Saunders. to the ideas of others. this,"' Smith said with a laugh. But
Bray had not yet achieved ordi- "He didn't care what flavor your Smith said Bray had no such doubt nation when he was sent up by the Christian faith was; he was about about his life's calling. Su l n mitted abusing one of the leadership of his diocese to inter- getting congregations closer togeth- "He was driven to feed all the
S nlr n l clients. Obviously, we don't view for the job. After more than 20 er. He believed in very open shar- people in the world; he wanted to
tolerate any abuse of resi- years as a car salesman, Bray had at ing. He felt this way, we don't have see that no one ever went hungry. From Page 1A dents." As for the staffing last answered a persistent directive to agree, we can argue heatedly and In the church, he followed his callPersons with Disabilities. issue, Etters said Williams from God to enter service, friends strongly and we can believe differ- ing and he wag very committed to it APD spokeswoman Mela- is wrong. "There are re- said. With the full support of his ent things about the particulars, and to the people he served. When
nie Etters said Williams quired levels of staffing, wife, Eileen, Bray had decided to but we can still love each other and he got here, he worked hard to pull Was fired after making his and there has never been quit his day job, move to New York get along. He fostered open, honest everybody-back together, and that admission, and said that any finding that at any and enter the seminary to study for communication. Even if yofl didn't wasn't always easy. He delivered an the APD refutes Williams' point (understaffing) has the priesthood, go to church but you had a Christian excellent sermon and sometimes
claim about understaffing. been the case. The facility He was a deacon when he arrived faith, he respected that choice and I felt like he was talking straight at "We did terminate the has always maintained the here and was ordained as a priest believed in helping and supporting me. He had a way of making it real employment of Christo- level of staffing required to about six months into service, people following their own path." to everyone. I'll miss him." pher Williams after the protect the safety of clients Right away, Bray seemed to be a Theresa McKeithan was senior Church member Cindy Smith incident, in which he ad- and staff at Sunland." good fit for this area and the church warden for a time under Bray's lead- fondly remembered Bray's last day
search committee selected him for ership as well. She expressed simi- at the church; he carried out a christhe job, Saunders said. lar thoughts about Bray. She said he tening ceremony Sunday. "He loved,
Marianna assisted JCFR According to Saunders, Bray took will be missed not only as a priest, loved to baptize babies. We have a Fi efor a short time at the over at a time when the church had but as a friend, really good memory of that service
scene. Grand Ridge and seen two perhaps less well-suited "He was one of those people that and we're all very thankful to have From Page 1A Graceville volunteers were priests come and go in short order. anybody could talk to," McKeithan those memories," Smith said.
initially asked to provide Saunders said Bray helped the con- said. "He was always a friend to any- "My heart breaks for his wife, and Birge said that the situ- manpower but their runs gregation gather itself back together body, it didn't matter what denomi- I want her to know that we will all ation was tense when the were soon cancelled once after that unsettled period, and nationyouwere. Religion didn'thave be here for her. I know everyone else fire call first came inr, with the fire was out. Alford worked tirelessly to achieve general any boundaries for him. When I first feels the same." firefighters not yet know- was initially called upon to harmony outside the church walls, met him .I thought, this is going to Bray will be cremated and his ing what they might face help provide coverage for Friends who spoke with the Flori- work. He was fresh out of seminary ashes scattered. His memorial serwhen they arrived at the the general Marianna area dan about Bray on Wednesday and he worked under another priest vice will be at 11 a.m. on Friday at wood frame hotel. as well. mentioned several things he was for about six months. He lived what the church and will be led.by Bishop
best known for: His wish for unity he believed and he didn't profess to Philip Duncan, a key figure in the between people of all Christian be perfect. He didn't expect people Central Gulf Coast Diocese. Fr e eas high as 25 mph. denominations, a studious nature to be perfect, either. Helovedyoufqr The family Will receive visitors at
Friday should be sunny, that led him to deliver deep, well your imperfections and just wanted MacKinnon Hall at St. Luke's from Frm ae Awith ahigh near 44 degrees thought-out, messages from the pul- to help people to be able to make 9-10:30 a.m. that morning.
FromPag 1Aand 5-15 mph northeast pit, and a devotion to helping the their oWn way. He didn't try to make Until a priest is assigned to take
Thursday night should wind; that night, mostly downtrodden -and in particular you believe what he believed. He over at St. Luke's, lay readers, and be mostly clear, with a low clear with a low around 26 feeding the hungry was so open-minded that you could possibly supply priests, will likely
around 23 degrees and degrees. "He led us to a lot of growth in the tell him exactly what you thought. lead services. The bishop is expectwind chill values as low Slightly warmer temper- chtirch and the community," Saun.- He was a great listener." ed to meet with church leadership
as 11 degrees. North wind atures are expected over ders said. "He was one of the guys Ed Smith was a golfing buddy of at some point after he arrives for the
around 15 mph, with gusts the weekend. behind the trunk-or-treat fall events Bray's, as well as a member of the Bray service.
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Trove of 1980s Madonna pop culture awaits auction
The Associated Press Madonnas best friend during contracted AIDS.
that time. Burgoyne died in 1986 after .-.
ST PETERSBURG, Fla. Long Burgoyne and Madonna be- battling that disease. He was 23., before Newsweek called her a friended each other before she Madonna wrote a song about "tarted-up floozy," way before became famous. They were him called "In This life" that was 1'
she married and had babies and roommates and he played a huge on her 1992 album 'Erotica.' ~
adopted babies, and a lifetime role in Madonnas early career. For decades, his parents have before she opened an Instagram. He managed her first tour and kept their son's memorabilia r
account, Madonna was a young drew the cover image of Madon- from that era private untilr woman in New York trying to na for her 1983 "Burning Up" EP now. make it big. album cover. They partied with Mary Dowd, the co-owner ofA
That ambition and a good artists Andy Warhol, Keith Har- Myers Fine Art, said Burgoyne's bit of innocence can be seen ing and others. He was raised in parents live in the Tampa Bay in a collection of photos, art and England and went to NewYork to area and are in their 80s. They drawings that are on the auction study art at the Pratt Institute, are selling the collection at an block Feb. 9 in St. Petersburg, Madonna and Burgoyne also auction. Fla. supported each other emo- "I think they came to a point THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The collection is owned by the tionally and -financially dur- in their lives where they figured Michael Myers, of Myers Fine Art auction house, holds up old photos of pop parents of Martin Burgoyne, an ing hard times after she was that it was time to do something star Madonna and artist Martin Burgoyne on Tuesday in St. Petersburg, artist, Studio 54 bartender and raped and when Burgoyne with the collection," Dowd sald. Fla.
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Bulldogs dominate 4th, race by Tigers
BY DUSTIN KENT picked up his fourth foul and r
firstname.lastname@example.org "This is a goodfeeling, headed to the bench and the
The Marianna Bulldogs used Malone is a good basketball Bulldogs took advantage with a 29-12 fourth quarter to race team that lwouldnotbe five more points to go up eight
past the Malone Tigers on Tues- mrpriedto see inLadand." before Baker returned. day night to take a 64-50 victory Baker's three-point play
and win their 201h game of the Travis Blanton, trimmed the-Marianna lead to
season. Marianna basketball coach 46-41, but Williams answered
Herman Williams scored 27 with another three and a layup
points and Shaquarious Baker ing the Bulldogs' fourth game in to push the lead to double digits 16 and each scored 12 in the five nights. with four minutes remaining.
fourth quarter to help, lead Malone led 19-14 after one The Tigers never got back to the Bulldogs to a sweep of their quarter and took a 30-25 edge within single figures again. rivals and go 6-0 against Jackson into halftime. Malone coach Steven Welch
County foes this season. The lead was 35-29 midway said he was happy with the way
"That's a good feeling," Mar- through the third period when his team played most of the way, anna coach Travis Blanton said the Bulldogs answered with six but it was the Bulldogs' pressure after the game. "Malone is a good straight, with a dunk by Williams defense that ultimately turned basketball team that I would not off of a lob and then a three from the game in their favor. be surprised to see in Lakeland. Williams tying it up. "I thought they did a good job
They gave us all we wanted. But The Tigers regained a three- changing up the defense. Late in we played better defense in the point edge going into the fourth, the third and then in the fourth second half, and I think Malone but the Bulldogs quickly took they started going to some fullgot a little tired." control in the fourth as their full- court pressure and a half-court PHOTO BY JENNIFER BASFORD
Marianna would've appeared court pressure led to three quick trap and their length and speed Trey Clemmons (2) glides toward the basketwhile Malone'sAntwain Johnson the more likely candidate to fall buckets to take a 41-38 lead. tries to block the shot from behind during Marianna's victory Tuesday night
victim to late fatigue with it be- Malone star Chai Baker then See BULLDOGS, Page 2B at Marianna High School.
MEN'S COLLEGE SMalone
FURIOUS FINISH completes
Indians explode sweep of
past Pensacola Marianna
with late surge BY DUSTIN KENT
BY DUSTIN KENT email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org The Malone Lady Tigers made
The Chipola Indians used a 17- it five wins in a row by beat
2 game-ending run to rally past ing Marianna 56-40 on Tuesday
the Pensacola State Pirates for a night in Marianna, moving to 1461-52 victory on Tuesday night 7 on the year and sweeping the
at the Milton H. Johnson Health season series with
Center. the Lady Bulldogs.
Sam Cassell, Jr. led the Indians Curteeona Brewith 18 points 14 in the sec- love had 25 points
ond half- including six big ones to lead Malone,
during the decisive rum, convert- while Angelica
ing. a three-point play after a Livingston added 16, and Brianturnover to put Chipola up three na Dallas 11.
with three minutes to play, and It was the seventh straight loss
moments later knocking down a for the Lady Bulldogs, who fell to
three-pointer to make it 58-52.. 4-16 on the year.
Dont'e Reynolds also added 16 Malone coach Preston Roberts
points and Demetrious Floyd 14 said he was proud of his players'
for the Indians, who improved to effort, particularly given the Lady
18-2 overall and 4-1 in the Pan- Bulldogs' motivation stemming
handle Conference. from losing the first matchup
After the game, Chipola coach Nov. 26 at Chipola.
Patrick Blake said he was proud 1 "It's a tough game for the girls
of his team's resiliency in coming because it's a rivalry game and
back from a 50-44 deficit with (theLady Bulldogs) are going to
five minutes left playing without play harder against us than. anyits three suspended players for body else,'. he said. "Marianna
the second straight game. played really hard; I just think
"We hung in there. The guys
never got down and we kept See MALONE, Page 2B
plugging away," he said. "The
guys really dug down deep."
Chipola was again without Ja- Prep Basceitbal
maar McKay, Cinmeon Bowers,
and Torian Grhm who remain T er
indefinitely suspended following T g r
The Indians responded in their buc
first game without the trio with
a big home win Saturday over
sume sole possession of first b c
place in the league standings.
They solidified that spot with
Blake said that he ishappy with PHOTO BY DANIEL WILLIAMS w t i
A Pensacola State defender tries to stop Chipola's Dont'e Reynolds from scoring at the basket during See FINISH, Page 2B a game Tuesday night in Marianna. w t r
BY DUSTIN KENT
Women's oliee B sketallThe Graceville Tigers bounced Wome 's C llee Balkeback from a big loss to Marianna LadyIndansstea rol Lay Piate, 7-45 with a 72-56 home victory over
the Wewahitchka Gators on 7256 Tuesday night.
The Tigers sufBY DUSTIN KENT Teadra Jones led the Lady Pi- :fered a 67-29 loss
email@example.com rates with 14 points. tMainao
The Chipola Lady Indians Pensacola State jumped out to :; Monday night
made it 10 straight wins Tuesday a 6-2 lead to start the game, but but got back in
night with a 77-45 rout of the Chip ola quickly seized control of ... the win column
Pensacola State Lady Pirates to the action with a 14-0-run to go by knocking off the only winless
stay perfect in Panhandle Con- up double figures on a basket by .. team in District 2.
ference action. Sue Key. 7 Derrick White scored 24 points
The win improved the Lady In- The margin was eight with just a to lead Graceville, with Jalen
dians to 21-1 overall and 5-0 in minutes left in the half before 7,, Lawson adding 13.
conference play, while the Lady the Lady Indians picked it up 'Javar Hilltled Wewahitchka with
Pirates fell to 10-12 and remain a notch, exploiting Pensacola's 19 points and Hunter Hysmith
winless in league play at 0,5. lack of interior defense by get- had 17.
Khadijah Ellison scored 16 ting into the paint and finishing Tigers coach Matt Anderson
points to lead four Chipola play- with ease. said it was good to see his players in double figures, followed by A driving bucket by Sophus, a ers put forth a better effort than
Evelyn Akhator with 15, Briannma basket by Akhator, and a pair of what they showed on Monday.
Wright with 12, and Diamoni- free throws from Akhator made "I thought (Monday) was one
sha Sophus 11 points and nine it 30-16, with a layup by Ellison aof the worst performances I've
assists., off of a pass from Tiffany Lewis, ever had a team give just in
Rahni Bell also had eight points followed by a baseline jumper PHOTOBYDANWELWILLIAMS terms of effort," the coach said.
on 2-of-3 from the three-point Chipola's Sue Key (12) tries to get by a pair of Pensacola State
line. See INDIANS, Page 2B defenders during a game Tuesday night in Marianna. See TIGERS, Page 2BL
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Prep Basketbal Finish
q From Page 1B
Simmons' 34 lifts BHS past Sneads hnldtestain
how his remaining players have
handled the situation.
BY DT Kf 0 dan corn about 80 percent from the three I think it has really brought
dkent~mjcfloridan.com abou 80 percent fro th th"r-,
point line in the first half. (Sin- us together," he said. "We've
Blountstown's Dimitri Sim- mons) just killed us. He shot the talked about how adversity remons poured in 34 points on ball real well and we could never veals character and the guys
six three-pointers and the Tigers catch up. If they can hit some have shown that so far. Guys are
went into Sneads and dealt the of those shots in the tourna- embracing the opportunity and
Pirates a 75-56 loss on Tuesday meant, they're going to be tough finding a way to come together
night in the regular season dis- to beat." and get wins. It's just something
trict finale for both teams. Blountstown's Sneads did cut the deficit to 12 we have to continue to adapt to
Simmons scored 24 of his 34 Anthony Jones at one point in the third quarter and overcome."
in the first half, as the Tigers lit (5) lays the but could not sustain enough Chipola did it Saturday with
up the scoreboard for 46 points ball up during offense or get enough stops to great shooting and big-time
in the first 16 minutes to take a a game against get any closer. scoring efforts from Cassell, Jr.,
19-point lead into the break and neadson "We just missed too many Floyd, ;nd Carlos Morris, with
never look back. Tuesday night, shots and they crashed the the three sophomores combinAlphonso Brown had 18 points PHOTO BY boards well," Hubbs said. "I've ing for 64 of the team's 86 points.
to lead Sneads, followed by Chris JENNIFER BASFORD never seen a game this year They combined for just 42
Green with 11, Jeremy Wert with schedule at 3-9 and will be the his team have a performance where we missed getting so points on Tuesday Morris finnine, and Darius Williams with No. 6 seed in the tournament, such as it did Tuesday in the many loose balls. We couldn't ished with 10 points but Reynseven. The loss snapped a two-game wake- of the recent improved get a bounce, but we didn't play olds stepped up with 16 points
Blountstown improved to 8-10 win streak for the Pirates, who play. well. They wanted it more and and seven rebounds, and the
overall and finishes the district had gone 3-1 in their previous "We took a step back," the they just beat us." Chipola defense was able to limit schedule 6-6 and guarantees it- four contests after a 2-14 start to coach said. "We didn't play very The Pirates will be back in ac- Pensacola State to 33 percent self no worse than the fifth seed the season. well. We're still trying to put it to- tion today with a non-district shooting for the game and only
in the District 2 tournament. Pirates coach ,Bruce Hubbs gether. But (Blountstown) came game with Wewahitchka in front seven total free throw attempts. Sneads finishes its league said it was disappointing to see out on fire. They must have shot of the school at 1:30 p.m. "We've taken more pride in ouT defense and rebounding (in the
last two games)," Blake said. "I
thought (the Pirates) were able
to get a little comfortable against
Brown paces Verno n past Cottondale our zone, which made us stagnant on offense. But in the last
BY DUSTIN KENT ter one quarter, but Cottondale five of its last six games., able to finish games better. I four minutes being down six, we
firstname.lastname@example.org moved ahead 30-28 at halftime "We played real hard and thought we did a good job of really had no choice but to go to
The Vernon Yellowjackets out- and extended the lead to 51-47 played pretty good defensive- trying to take charges, espe- our (man-to-man defense) and scored the Cottondale Hornets after three quarters. ly for three quarters, but we cially in the fourth quarter, but that helped us get some steals 20-13 in the fourth quarter to But theYellowjackets took con- couldn't quite get control of the calls didn't go our way. That's and get in the open court." rally for a 67-64 road victory trol in the fourth, using an 18-10 things I the fourth on the defen- just how it goes. They made the The Pirates shot poorly from Tuesday night to notch their surge to take a 65-61 lead with sive end and we had a hard time plays and we didn't." the field but still made 1 1-of-23 seventh consecutive district a minute to go that the Hornets keeping (Brown) out of the lane," Mike Gallon added 10 points from the three-pdint line, with victory, were unable to overcome, he said. "But I thought we did a for the Hornets, Kadeem Webb Oskars Reinfelds converting 5Alex Brown scored 33 points Cottondale fell to 8-10 overall pretty good job. I was proud of had nine, and Tre Lee eight. of-8 and scoring a game-high 20 to lead the Yellowjackets, with and 5-6 in District 2. the effort. We played hard and The Hornets will next play on points. Stephon Silas adding 12, while Despite the loss, Hornets were able to knock down some the road Saturday against an Reinfelds made four triples in Tristan Braxton led the Hornets coach Chris Obert said he was shots. Altha Wildcats team that beat the second half, including three
with 18 points, mostly happy with the effort of "I thought we showed some them 56-40 in Cottondale on in a three-minute stretch that
Vernon led the game by one af- his team, which has now lost toughness. We've just got to be Dec. 30. turned a 42-33 deficit into a 4442 lead with 7:01 remaining.
Kevin Baker then tripled and
the adversity, not to take the second half this time. and 9-2 in District 2, setting Reinfelds hit another long-range anything away from Mar- "We played pretty well up showdown with the Ver,- shot moments later to make it anna. They're one of the (Tuesday). We shared the ball non Yellowjackets also 9-2 50-44 with 5:05 left. From Page lB best teams in the area, but a lot better and played pretty in. league play on Friday It was 52-47 Pirates after a
we fought like crazy the first hard for the most part." in Graceville to determine driving finish by Reinfelds, but "I was very disappointed time we played them over With the win, the Tigers the top.geed in the.district Chipola quickly raced back up
with how we responded to there and we didn't.fight in improved to 12-8 overall tournament, the floor and got a -dunk for
Reynolds, and a straightaway
three from Floyd tied it up with
ting her the ball and she fin- he said. "I know they didn't ing 33-30 on Dec. 21 on a last- 3:13 to play. ished it. (Marianna) had to want to lose in their last op- second three-pointer by Aali- Floyd came up with a big decome down and double team portunity to play Marianna." yah Williams. fensive play on the next PenFromPagelB her and that opened things Malone will next play host Roberts said it's important sacola possession, poking the
up for us on the outside." to Sneads today at 5 p.m. in a for the Lady Tigers to get a ball away from behind and then in the second half we made a The coach said the game potential IA playoff preview, win over Sneads before a po- finding Cassell, Jr. in transition consistent effort to pound it meant something extra for The teams' respective dis- tential playoff meeting. for a finish and a foul. inside and get in the paint. I his seniors Brelove, Livings- tricts are paired up for the "We need to send a mes- After another Chipola stop, told Curteeona to get in the ton, and Dallas, who fin- first two rounds of the play- sage that we're able to play Floyd hit Cassell, Jr. in the left paint and told the other girls ished their three-year var- offs, so there's a chance that with them and beat them," he corner for a three that gave the that if we shoot the ball with- sity careers without a loss to they could meet in either the said. "I'm hoping we can still Indians 11 straight points in just out her touching it they can Marianna. regional semifinals or legion- play with the same defensive over a minute of action.
come sit by me. "I'mproudformyseniorsfor al finals, intensity as in the first one A pair of free throws by Mor"They did a good job of get- that. That's commendable," Sneads won the first meet- but play better on offense." ris made it 60-52 with 1:16 to play and the Pirates failed to
score again after Reinfelds' drive
want to be." suffering their first loss of think the kids are just figur- with just under four minutes
Bakerfinishedwith21points the season Saturday night in ing out how to fight through remaining. to lead the Tigers, who fell to Panama City to Rutherford, adversity." Pensacola State dropped to
From Page lB 18-4 on the season, while An- and Blanton said that the re- Marianna will next play 2-3 in the conference and 14-9
twain Johnson had 15. spouse was just what he was host to West Florida on Friday overall.
was tough," he said. "We Roderick Copeland also had looking for. in the team's district finale, Chipola will return to action
couldn't really get the ball to eight for Marianna. "I thought we responded while Malone also wraps up Saturday with a big Panhandle
the right spots. They're really It was the second win in well to the adversity of Sat- its district schedule Friday road game against Gulf Coast good defensively when they a row for the Bulldogs after urday night," he said. "I with a trip to Laurel Hill. State (14-7, 2-2) at 7:30 p.m.
Akhator, to complete an 1 1-2 run off assists on buckets by Wright er, and consecutive buckets by to just 35 percent shooting and to close the half. and Treyvonna Brooks, and then Elli~on made it a 57-24 Chipola forcing 35 turnovers.
Iid a sChipola then started the sec- finding Bell for a corner three to lead. Chipola will return to action
From PagetlB ond half with an 11-1 spurt, make it 46-19. The Lady Indians shot 50 per- Saturday with a road contest
with Sophus breaking down the Bell added another three and a cent from the field for the game against Gulf Coast State (18-2, by Wright, and a free throw from Pensacola defense and dishing two-point jumper moments lat- while limiting the ,Lady Pirates 2-2).
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4BR, 3 !/ BA, custom built home on 239 acres. $4,595. Owner, Dothan, 334-671-3059. 4 -4 A 7a g
UFRIH Can divide. 175 acres tillable for corn, soy- ATO BODY & RECYCLING
1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna beans, cotton. Large free standing building. GOT BAD CREDIT? PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR RINK CARS
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2/1 house Baker Ave. Marianna $575. mo Malone 3/3 2231sf. brick home CH/A florida rm. Repo pass bankruptcy SLOW CREDIT
$650. dep No Pets 1 yr. lease fecdbOdK2soae ulig SSI & VA OK Report to Credit Bureau FOR JUNK VEHICLES
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Call Joanne 850-693-0570 1 block from school, $160,000. OBO
Afford 3/2 Brick Home Engery Efflecent 334-300-7170 OR 850-591-4729 --- Honda 2000 Odyssey I ALSO SELL USEDPARTS
2 car garage and covered porch $850 Mo. + R ESAT A Family van- Runs perfect. 24 HOUR TOWING 0 334-792-8664
Dep. Also Cottondale 3/1.5 Brick Co. Hm. on Clean inside & out. Ice cold
1 ac. $650. + dep. RENT OR OPTION TO BUY w/ air. Everything works. Has r
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Austin Tyler & Co A U C T 1 0 N Honda 2009 Accord, great gas mileage, certi- We buy wrecked cars
and Farm Equip. at a
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2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. must sell. $200 down, $279 per month..Call Ron money for your curent vehicle.
NO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month Ellis 334-714-0028. We Are On The Coast But Worth The Drive,
Please call 850-258-1594 or Toyota 2011 Camry LE & reputable, & we can give you a fair price
850-638-8570 Leave Message 4 door sedan, metallic appraisal in 15 minutes.
green, 34,000 miles. Tan Call forappointmet dealer. 877-497-7975
2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes MBILE HOS FOR SALE cloth interior. Very clean.
] $14,900. Will accept Fenin Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 J 16x80 Mobile Home 3/2 With metal roof, sonable offer. 334-402-1180 or 334397-4301 a-LS
central heat/air, Jacuzzi garden tub. $14,000 3440-10 r34-9-30 IU UJ
'2BR / 1.5BA at Millpond $495 rent + deposit. if interested call -850-272-8653 MOTO RCYL E
Has utility shed, screened in front porch LEGA NI CES
850-209-3970 NO PETS RANSPORTATION 2007 V STAR 1300 (Black) One Owner, Garage LF160348
3/1 mbl. hm. apple. incl. located in Altha Keep, Like New, 2000 Miles $5,500. Bought in
$350.2009 from wards' Yamaha. 334-707-8074 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
I 30. ANTQU & dep.I 850-272-L972 ,O TIL IT III JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
3/2 Mobile Home on Ham Pond Rd in Sneads 1965 Mustang Convertible Red with Parch- IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CH/A, lawn care incl. $550+dep. 850-592-4625 ment Top and Pony Interior. very nice, new 2007 GMC Yukon SLT -V8, Flex fuel, one owner, CIVIL ACTION DIVISION:
Maria ea 2/2 Mbl. Hm. in park CH&A tires, Great Car with A/C. 334-301-3574 navy with tan interior, leather, power seats and CASE NO.: 32-2013-CA-000187
water, sewage No Pets or Smoking Ref. Req. -windows, 6 cd changer, rear bucket seats, rear
1st. & last_$500. mo. 850-482-8333 Plymouth '65 Valiant air and radio, 3rd row seat, 66K miles, $18,995, U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUST* ~~call 334-791-1570 leave message. EO EAFO H ODR FTECM
SNEADS area N. of 90 3/2 remodeled Inside on A Convertible, -7 MORTGAGE-BACKED PASS-THROUGH CERTIFIacre $500. mo. 1st-last sec. NO PETS Automatic, A/C, 273 Ford 1987 Bronco 4x4 CATES, SERIES 2007-3, Plaintiff,
850-272-1351 or 850-482-2272 iiRUNS GREAT!! Good tires. VS
V8, Good Condition! New Sears battery, rear RICHARD B CASTLE, et al, Defendant(s).
N$6,000 OBO 850-263-4563 window motor, fuel gauge.
RELAIJR L ESTATEFOR RENT Brakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k NOTICE FACTION
AUO FOR* SLE miles on major tune-up (including distributor, To:
C M C & INUSTRAL BILDIN G plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as RICHARD B CASTLE
CADILLAC 1991 Brougham, under 15 thousand my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking Last Known Address: 5703 Red Bug Lake Rd Freezer Cooler Warehouse Combination 1600 miles, garage kept $5,500 OBO 334-687-9161 $3,400. 334-750-5000 Winter Springs, FL 32708
sq. ft. Termapherm Freezer, 900 sq ft. cooler, Grand Marque 2008 leather seat, 1-owner Honda 2009 CRV, low mips, under warranty, Current Address: Unknown
3000 sq. ft. Warehouse, Semi-loading dock low mileage, black w/ gray int. new tires, must sell. $200 down, $259 per month. Call Ron total 5500 sq. ft. $3950. mo. 850-718-6541. garage kept, looks like new, Real Clean!! Ellis 334-714-0028. THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF RICHARD B CASTLE
a* Located in Marianna, Fl. 4- 334-797-5151 Nissan 2012 Rouge, Super Nice SUV, Good family vehicle, plenty of room, loaded, bring this ad Last Known Address:
in and get $500 discount, $250 down, $250 per 2960 Sunset Dr
month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. Marianna, FL 32448
I i TRACTORS, A IL Current Address: -Unknown
C 2 2007 Ford FISO, has been babied! white, 66K ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
miles, perfect 1st vehical for teen, driven only BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST THE by older non-smoker female 850-348-9789 HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
A AWH-ETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
- CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
t1997 FORD Econoline Club Wagon Van Seats 11 DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
people, 273k, Runs great, great, needs some
s m. repairs. Accepting closed bids, closed bids Last Known Address: Unknown ~at (3$4 308-2480. Starting bid is $;1500.
A 9 9 9 All proceeds will go to the DAV Chapter #9 Current Address: Unknown
CLASSIi D IDIERTISNG YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following property in Jackson
Your source for selling and buying! County, Florida:
SLOT 28, BLOCK A, GREEN OAKS SUBDIVISION
.......UNIT 1, BEING A PART OF THE NW 1/4 OF SECB U SON JF11t TION 5, T4N, RIOW, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
Y iide to aret loodi ON FILE IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 25, OF THE PUB~ ~ ~'K.LI C RECORDS OF JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Inbq sses & series ~,A/K/A 2960 SUNSET DR MARIANNA FL 32448IN COr bus
MI L%-, 3605
on Albertelli Law, Plaintiff's attorney, whose
Address is P.O. Box 23028, Tampa, FL 33623,
RV I~E DIR- -- ~$' and file the original with this Court either before January 30, 2014 service on Plaintiff's at.......2.......o torney, or immediately thereafter; otherwise,
r,9R_ default will be entered against you for the re; % .- 2! .' '' 'lief demanded in the Complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this court on
HAPPY "1 : SI p 1p this 16th day of December, 2013.
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QUESTIONS & ATTITUDE
and maybe a few actual answers
Eu ~ f 9EM
SPEED FREAKS ''
A couple questions we had to ask ourselves
News-Journal/NIGEL COOK zomt e1
Underneath that fancy paint job it resembles
a "stock"~ Corvette.
Your opinion of
the possible Chase
changes NASCAR has
floatedGetty images/JONATHAN FERREY GODSPEAK: The NFL The system changes, but the
and MLB have expanded champ rarely does.
playoffs through the
years. I don't see this as
being different. The more What's to like about rumored
the merrier, right? changes to NASCAR's points
KEN'S CALL: I'm afraid system?
to fall in love with it,
becuseit oul chng While it doesn't go to the extremes
again in a year or Itwo. to promote 'racing for wins," it nudges
the needle in that direction by basiWhat would you do to cally saying, "Win a race, you'll make
make race wins more the Chase," regardless of how you
desirable? might stink it up everywhere else.
GODSPEAK: Make the Anything else?
purse money all or noth- -Sneteeris aso h hs
ing. You win the race, News-Journal/PETER BAUER inc 004 alt aols ere ainChate
you win all the money. Austin Dillon will drive this car in 2014 (you may recognize the number), which means you c04ant v aok t eru e pay" sytemt
KEN'S CALL: Make Austin Dillon is destined to feel the spotlight. if no one is ever eliminated. By starteveryone except the win- ing with an expanded field of -16 Chase
ner fly commercial to the Those NASCAR kids we've been hearing about "There are so many heroes in this garage for teams, then eliminating four after
next race. are making a rapid ascent up the stock-car-racinig me, and just being in this garage is going to be three Chase races, four more after the
Give a stock-car fan a stepladder. pressure. So I don't think there's any there's next three; and four more after the
good reason to watch NASCAR has several race-team fam-ily roots, some more added with the 3, obviously be- next three (and leaving four for the
the Rolex 24 this which help keep the sport vibrant season after cause it's coming back for the first time in a long final event), you have your eliminaweekend? season. time." tions. And as contrived as you might
Topping the list is Austin Dillon, whose grand- In a hurry-up deal completed last week, Chase suggest it is, it will undoubtedly bring GODSPEAK: I'll give you father goes by the name of Richard Childress. Elliott, the 18-year-old .son of 1988 Cup Series added attention to the final race and two. It's the only game Dillon has put upi Nintendo-like gaming numbers champ Bill Elliott, will wheel a Nationwide car get rid of all the formulas regarding
in town -right now, and after getting his race-car license, for JR Motorsports, co-owned by Dale Earnhardt where so-and-so has to fin ish in order
American nameplates Since 2011, he's won the NASCAR Camping Jr. Bill Elliott and Earnhardt Sr. were fierce rivals to win the title in this case, you just
Ford, Chevy andDodge* World Trucks and Nationwide Series champion- during the 1980s.nedtfishaadoteohrtre
are going head to head ships and seven races. He is only the second The Elliotts tested at Daytona last week. Chase neae torvfinis.ha fte tehe
in different classes, driver, joining Greg Biff le, to hold those two was in the No. 9 Chevy (the number most closely Caesrios
KEN'S CALL: Well, in the NASCAR titles.' associated with his father,) while his dad was And now, how about the potential
non-prototype classes, This year he's breaking new ground and bring- drivingthe No. 5 machine that Dale Jr. will race downside, with these changes?
it's a chance to see ing back an old friend. Dillon will compete for at Daytona on Feb. 22. Let's start .with those eliminations.
actual "stock" cars. NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the Year "It was really neat to go out there and run. We already had virtual eliminations at
honors driving the No. 3 Chevrolet out of the around with Chase," Elliott said after the test. different stages of the Chase. If a guy Childress Racing shop. "He's still got a lot to learn, but he learned a lot finished 30th or worse in two Iof the'
The last time the competition number was used during this test." first three Chase races, then only, say,
KE ATSwas by Dale Earnhardt, who died on the last-lap The list of next-generation drivers is endless. posted one top-lO in the next three,
KYDTSof the 2001 Daytona 500. Jeb Burton, son of 2002 Daytona 500 winner you knew he was done, even if the
Jan. 25: Start of the~ Rolex 24 Earnhardt's team remained intact. Kevin Ward Burton, has a full-time Truck Series deal math gave him the longest of longshot
at Daytona, 2:10 pm. Harvick was picked to hold the wheel. The car and will battle Ben Kennedy, a great-grandson of possibilities. Frankly, by the time
Jan. 26: Conclusion bf the Ro- number changed to 29. The No. 3 has not been NASCAR founder William H.G. France, who built Homestead's finale arrived, usually
lex 24 at Daytona, 2:10 lp.m.. raced since Earnhardt's death. Daytona on a shoestring budget. Kennedy, 22, only two, sometimes three, drivers had
Jan. 29: NASCAR Hall of Dillon has used the No. 3 throughout his NAS- will be the first member of the France6 family to a chance, so instead of eliminating,
Fae 04inutoCAR career, and his younger brother Ty will race race on Daytona's 2.5-mile tni-oval. this-actual ly adds one or two at the
Fale,N.4iCtin No. 3 in the Nationwide Series this season. And as each year passes, there's another driver end.
Cha 4Frlot daCy onterc "I'm honored to be in the No. 3," Austin Dillon with the last name Earnhardt who makes his way What else?
Feb 14 Fist ay n te tack said while testing at Daytona International Speed- into a Truck or Nationwide race. This year Jeffrey
for Cup Series cars during way last week. "This is special, and walking into Earnhardt, a grandson of Earnhardt Sr., will drive The word "gimmick" is being thrown
Dayon Seeweks(only for -this Cup garage this weekendis pretty cool. the No. 4 car in Nationwide. around a lot. Listen, NASCAR didn't
teams entered in the Sprint invent gimmicks, but the Boys in the
Unlimited). News-Journal filie photos Corner Off ices have proven they're not
,Feb. 15: First day on the track The lineup of NASCAR's youth movement include 's, but isn't limited to, left to right, Chase afraid of trying new things. The Chase for all ICup Series cars during Elliott, Jeffrey Earnhardt, Austin Dillon, Jeb Bur-ton and Ben Kennedy. has changed appearances more than
Daytona Speedweeks. the- late-S80s Geoff Bodine.
eb 15 ,h Srn Can you sum it up?
Unlimted Never forget this: NASCAR Was
Feb. 16: Daytona 500 birthed and designed on the idea of an
qualifying even playing field for all participants.
Feb. 18:- UNOH Battle at the Soeclths"nridcmpiin,
Feb.~~~~Sm 20:l Buwietuehoy hs u nrvi ver sxcadpesiio,"