Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
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Newspaper
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English
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Jackson County Floridan
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
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Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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30.776389 x -85.238056

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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After listening in on a conference call with the National Weather Service, Jackson County Sheriff Lou Roberts (left), Jackson County Emergency Management Center Office Manager Renee Lowe and Marianna Fire Chief Nakeya "Nikki" Lovett talk about the logistics involved in getting ready for the blast of cold and rain that was expected to peak early today.

Officials plan to open Thursday
From staff reports

Jackson County schools, the courthouse, county offices and the, health department were all to be 'closed today because of the cold and rainy weather that could ice roads and put motorists in danger, but as of Tuesday, officials were planning to have schools and other facilities open as usualA Thursday.2 SchooI-officials said that Thursday absences will -4
not be excused. VWhile temperatures could be near KATY HENNIG/UNIVERSITY OF SOU-,H FLORIDA
20 that morning, the traffic danger is expected to In this undated photo from the University of South Florida, USF graduate student Liotta Dowdy describes the burial the's have passed by then as the' worst of the troubling working on for visitors of the Marianna excavation site. weather sygtem should have moved out of the School Transportation Director Randy Ward said24 m r d sc v ed t n
the schools were kept open for that reason, so thatofi alr c ds nd at
instruction will not be unnecessarily disrupted andofi alr c ds n iat
because officials realize that school may be the BYANGIE COOK
best, warmest place for some students during the acook~jcfloridan corn

See WEATHER, Page 7A *Researchers from the University of South Florida onA
.............. ...............................Tuesday provided an update on their ongoing work at
the site of the now-closed Arthur G. Dozier School for

Red Cross offers Doysing Maereanns event hosted in Tampa, projectF
leader Dr. Erin Kimmerle and other members of the w ea he t n sUSF team, which consists of more than 50 people froTmf
w eath r ti s aheagencies, discussed the work so far and -what lies

Special to theFloridan

In a press release issued Tuesday, the AmericanSesorman Red Cross offered these cold-weather tips: To date, the USF team reports that it has located and
SListen to local news outlets and follow the ad- disinterred 55 sets of remains from a graveyard at Dozi- ~2 vice of your local officials. Emergency operations er. That number is 24 more burials than official records
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Thursday Friday Normal MTD 4.76" Normal for year 59.26'
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RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage Surs6:4A
Saturday Sunday Woodruff 44.88.ft. 66.0 ft.
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showers. Maina8.24 ft. 19.0 ft. Moonset 4:12 PM 6 14 23 30
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JACKSON COUNTY Community Cal7endar

FIL4O R ID A N1~ TODAY )) Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson Waters and golden oldies by Sue Bradley and Peggy
)) St. Anne Thrift Store BOGO Sale 9a.m. County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and Cox. Buffet of delectable desserts will be provided. Pubiser Vlera obetsto 1 p.m. St. Ann Thrift Store, 4285 Second Ave., experienced handcrafters welcome to create, share, Cost $20 per couple or $15 per person. Call 674vroberts~jcfloridan.com Marianna. learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. 2777.for ticket reservations.

Circulation Manager Dena Oberski AARP Tax Aide Training Session 9 am. to 1 Physician Recruitment Committee of Jackson )) Astronomy in the Park 7-9 p.m. Florida Cavdoberski@jcfloridan.com P.M. Jackson County Agricultural Building, Penn hospital Board of Trustees 12:30 p.m. in the ems State Park in Marianna. Tallahassee AstronomiAve., Marianna in the conference room. Learn boardroom of Jackson Hospital. cal Society will bring a variety of large telescopes
CONACTUShands-on training for electronic preparation and Chess Club 6-8 p.m. First United Methodist to view amazing thing afar in the universe, bring
CO TC Sfiling of tax returns free. If interested in volunteer- Church on Clinton St. in Marianner Sponsored by binoculars and something to sit on.
Telephone: 850-526-3614 ing, call 718-7919. Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8FA:8042478 ~ OefrEey hl 0am.JcsnCut 18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and SUNDAY, FEB. 2
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com Public Library, 2929 Green St. Marianna. Represen- theluir g aens are welcome. lyrCfall skill-evels. Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
Street Address: tatives from Florida's Guardian ad Litem Program inldn einr r ecm.Cl 907. -6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist
4403 Constitution Lane will be available to answer question on how to help "Senior Singles" Meeting 6-8 p.m. in the Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance
abused and neglected Qhildren from our communi- First United Methodist Church Youth Center, 4392 limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking. Marianna, FL 32448 ty. For more info, call Theresa Roberts at 914-6488. Clinton St., Marianna. New location. Ample parking. )) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in the
Office Hours: )) Ribbon Cutting for Fourth Floor Labor and Singles age 50 and older are invited for games, board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Delivery -' 11 a.m. at Jackson Hospital. food, prizes and speakers. No charge. Donations 5429 College Drive, Graceville.
accepted: proceeds fund charitable endeavors of
i) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation. Call 526MISS YOUR PAPER? to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist 4561 or 272-6611. MNAFB
You should receive your newspaper no later Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. )) Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to THURSDAY, JAN. 30 and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and 482-2005.
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The St. Anne Thrift Store BOGO Sale.- 9 am. hang-ups", Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) to 1 p.m. St. Ann Thrift Store, 4285 Second Ave., 209-7856, 573-1131. -5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
is published Tuesday through Friday and Marianna.. Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 3975 U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Business meetSCham ber of Commerce 'Annual Meeting and p.m. in th e AA room of First United Methodist ings are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid Banquet Chipola College in the old Arts Building. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. projects, lessons and'help. All quilters welcome. Call at Maria nna. FL. '2013 Citizen of the Year" will be awarded. 209-7638.
SChipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks SATURDAY, FEB. 1 )) Woodmen of the World Lodge 65 Monthly
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus Pancake and Sausage Breakfast 7-10:30, am. Mneetin pmat t e Htonie Hyoser intanead.
Home delivery: $11,23 per month; $32.83 is the local community, "Community, Children & Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, 17869 NW Pioneer Sbsnwce n hp ilb rvddb h for three months: $62.05 fo r six months; C haracter." Call 526-3142 Settlement Road, Blountstown. Norris sausa ge, SubadwM emes are ahskedito berindeerthn
an 134 o n er l rcsicue )) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, pancakes, coffee, milk, and orange juice for $5 loge Mebr r se obig dsetn
and$12.45fo on yer. llpries nclde 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- donation per adult (12 and older), $3 for children 5 drInks. All members encouraged attend and bring a applicable state and local taxes. Mail doi tMrani h Aro.Atnac o1,adcide one hn5aefefriend. For more info, call 482-5255.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; Chipola College to Host Range Portions of Alolisnny usOeMetg-89 subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; papers will not be signed. FlrdpidieCm isinsHne aey~ m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Florda ildlfe ommssio's unte Saety Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. $92.24 for six' months; and $184.47 for one Course at the Reddoch Firing range, 3052 Calyea r. FRIDAY, JAN. 31 houn Road in Marianna just off Blue Springs Road.
)) Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Pro- Florida hunters 16 years of age or older must have a TUESDAY, FEB. 4
ADVERTISING gram Application Closing Dates Producers hunting license. Those born on or after June 1, 1975, )) Paint with a Pirate Sneads High School
may apply for coverage of noninsurable crop when must pass a hunter safety course before purchasing Library. Local artist Faye Parker will guide you The advertiser agrees that the publisher low yields, loss of inventory or prevented planning a hunting license, through creating a masterpiece. All painting supshall not be liable for damages arising occur due to natural disaster Producers must file )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30- Plies provided. Previous painting skills not required. out of errors and advertisements beyond the application and service fee by closing date for 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist For more info, call 482-9004, ext.241.
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JACKSON CCU,.TY FLORIDAN wv.w.jcfloridan.com IOCIIL WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29,2014 t 3ASneads Elementary School

announces Teacher of the Year

Principal Carolyn Pilcher of Sneads El- ed for an acceptable essay often results ementary School is honored to announce in enjoyable and humorous classroom the most excellent employees for the lessons.
2013-14 school year. Teacher of the Year is "Creating an atmosphere
Anna Martin. where children feel safe
Martin teaches fourth grade and has and loved is a top priorbeen an outstanding teacher for years. ity for me," Martin said. "I
While excelling in all areas of effective in- have learned when chilstruction and knowledge of curriculum, dren know you truly care
her expertise is highly effective writing Martin about their needs; they will |
instruction. strive to reach any goal seti.
As the writinglead teacher, shehasbeen before them. Creating such a classroom a benefit to all SES fourth-grade instruc- environment in a school that epitomizes tors, which has led to SES consistently "family" is an easy task. Being a part of achieving some of the highest scores on the Sneads Elementary family is a blessthe FCAT writing test when compared to ing; representing such a wonderful place all schools in the state. Martin's ability to full of outstanding educators is an honor convey to her students the content need- I hold in the highest regard."
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Delicious fresh fruit and a chocolate fountain designed by Brenda Klinger will be available at 'T, T ;fa 7 r the 12th annual Classical Desserts on Saturday.
Classical Desserts served Saturday

", ,i i iOn Saturday starting at 6:30 p.m., the
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement will celebrate its 12th Annual Classical Desserts.
The evening will present Virginia Baker, Ph.D., and the group Crystal Waters
S. .playing light classical music; Sue Bradley
and Peggy Cox will follow with a selection of Golden Oldies.
There will be a buffet table filled with
[,, -.......many different kinds of delectable des .. ,
J: serts prepared by our many volunteers
W, for your enjoyment while listening to
<,. .i< icio. some excellent, delightful live music.
The Blountstown Chapter of the General Federation of Women's Club will be
holding a silent auction with all proceeds going to the Women's Club many
community projects. Door prizes will be
presented to some lucky guests.
The cost for this event is $20 per couple
and $15 per person. Call Diane Watson
__" at 674-2777 or email at ppsmuseum@ Violinist Virginia Baker, Ph.D., will be playing
yahoo.com for ticket reservations light classical music


Sneads Elementary School Philip
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incoln Electric has donated more than $10,000 worth of equip- announces
ment for use in Chipola College's new welding program. The Employee of the Year L state-of-the-art lab features more than 25 of Lincolns newest
welding machines. From leftare: Lincoln Sales Representative Chris Tyler Hudson is the ten assists maintenance
Stiver; Byron Ward, Chipola Welding Career Coach; and Chipola weld- Sneads ElementarySchool personnel with school
School-Related Employee projects. Carat The FIVE C's
ing instructor Patrick Kennedy. For information about the welding of the Year. His reac- Color
program, call 850-718-2270 or visit www.chipola.edu. Hudson works as a 12- tion to be- Clarity
month custodian and is ing chosen Cut
.............................. .......... ........................................... sincerely appreciated for asem ployee CO NFIDENCE
all he does for the school. . of the year
1 Hudson has an extremely was one of Marianna's Most
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and willingness to do "I can't believe I was tso l
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Becky Hart is Sneads El- Hart often is the first daily to make a lasting im- out complaint is valued first year at SES," Hud- GEMOLOGISTS ementary School Rookie teacher at school in the pression, as well as a posi- tremendously. son said. "I'm happy and 850.482.4037
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the weather
Author Fannie Flagg tells a story from the early
days of her career in which she hosted a morning
program on a local Birmingham, Ala., televisionL station. Part ofthe job entailed a weather report, and
a large map with weather icons stuck to it was used as
a visual in the report. Flagg had no interest in weather 620-+PTS10M
forecasting, so she remembered being told once thatat~ weather always moves east. Each morning, she would
go to the board and move the icons a half-inch or so to
the right.
After a while, management began to wonder why the
forecasts were always wrong, and c4lled Flagg and the
evening weather lady into an office to sort it out. FlaggI y ore l y nds lo Vk
admitted to simply'moving the other lady's weather
been moving your weather." Their rally signs were pink. That you stand.
It's a funny story, and it illustrates the plight of those was the first indication of their bold These women stood together near
in the business of prognosticating the weather. De- tactics. the starting point of the march to let
spite all the scientific advances that allow us to deter- Typically, pink is the color :4,it be known that every unborn child
mine the whys and hows of our atmosphere, there's reserved for Planned Parenthood. is a precious human life, regardless
always the possibility that the inherent unpredict- Then there is the ubiquitous pin of of the circumstances of its concepability of the weather will undermine the best work of Komen, the breast-cancer advocacy tion. They are women nurturing our
meteorologists, group that seems to operate in the Kithry Jean Lope~z politics, challenging our expectaThis newspaper was put together and printed early shadow of Planned Parenthood and V tions, calling us to attend to the
yesterday because of the prediction of significant the shrill politics of the sexual-em- humanity of every person, encourwintry weather. Our part of the world isn't accustomed powerment agenda. ahead," Archbishop Chaput's words aging us to protect all innocent life
to that, and widespread closures of schools, businesses A group of women, about 1.0 of advised. "The abortion struggle and helping women'and men to rise and roadways were made effective yesterday evening, them, stood on the Washington of the past four decades teaches a to the challenge of parenthood, be It's better to be safe than sorry, and by the time you Mall on a frigid, snowy day, with the very useful lesson. Evil talks a lot it through birth planned or unread this, the Panhandle will either be in the throes of Capitol in the background. They about 'tolerance' when it's weak. planned or adoption. "I'll always snow, ice, rain, wind or some combination. Or it could were waiting backstage, just before When evil is strong, real tolerance be a victim," Rebekah tells me. "I be far milder than we might have expected. the March for Life opening rally gets pushed out the door. And the wasn't going to create another one!"
Either way, we applaud those whose job is to keep us was set to begin. It was 41 years to reason is simple. Evil cannot bear She became pregnant with her now informed, provide us with early warnings and explana- the day that the Supreme Court the counter witness of truth. It will 10-year-old son as a result of rape. tions of how such unexpected weather might come issued its Roe v. Wade decision that not coexist peacefully with good- She embodies courage. about. We appreciate their work, and understand made abortion the law of the land. ness, because evil insists on being In his remarks to the rally a few that some things are simply out of their and our just when I thought I might be seen as right, and worshiped as minutes later, House Majority
- control. losing all sense of feeling in my ex- being right. Therefore, the good Leader Eric Cantor told the crowd,
_________________________________ tremities because of the cold, I saw must be made to seem hateful and spreading out.from the stage in them. The blood was flowing. Life wrong." the far distance, that Washington
M~ijami Herald was present. They brought warmth This points to the powerful pr~s- stands on the shoulders of those
to the snow-covered mall. ence of the protesters in Washing- gathered, many of them young
t I'm not a hard case, I'm a life," a ton, showing up to stand for the people high school and college woman named Monica told me. inviolability of human life. It's hard students who insist on being a
C o gr ssat the Basilica of the National being is standing in front of you, abortion. That's not a cruel threat
Shrine of the Immaculate Concep- wanting to say something. "Coex- to~women's rights but a promise, a tion on the other side of town, a ist" one sign read, accompanying vow to work to make sure that love e n suire 1reforim homily prepared by Philadelphia this simple message with a striking overflows and that no woman or
Archbishop Charles J. Chaput was sketch of a mother and child, man feels alone or abandoned or T hree takeaways from President Barack Obamas read, the weather woes of the East "Women deserve better," another without the support necessary to
speech on surveillance: (1) Unexamined expan- Coast having kept him from the sign read, a mantra of the group mrc ie ihtewtesad
T sion of NSA programs has been halted, at least nation's capital.. Feminists for Life, and an inargu- labor of these gathered protesters,
for now. (2) The president favors reform of existi ng "It's time to look back and look able statement no matter where we are all made more humane.
programs, not eliminating them. (3) There's a heck ..............--- - .. -.------* -*------~-------of a fight ahead in Congress to find a proper balance
between security and privacy. 1iT
debate over government surveillance and the public's T i a a o fg v r mn e r c
reaction too much spying, not enough oversight is omething happened to Barack. example, or American overtures to
a healthy sign that Americans value their civil liberties Obamna on the way to the- 1980s "moderates" in Iran).
and want to place limits on intrusion by an unchecked SJ White House. He became the Into this polarizing vortex we now
bureaucracy. The point of the president's speech on president. mix the "president knows best" imFriday was to say: Message received. Now that may seem like a tautol- pulse, favored by some presidents
In the panic after 9/ 11, the warnings of civil libertar- ogy, or a wise guy's aside. But the (GeorgeW Bush) but not employed
ians that privacy rights were being trampled fell on deaf remark is meant seriously Presi- by others (Franklin Roosevelt,.who
ears in Washington. The excesses of the Patriot Act, in- dents look at the world differently also faced tremendous national-secluding so-called National Security Letters that demand than senators do. They look at the Byron York curity threats).
that information be turned over without a subpoena world differently from any other ________Obama clearly is troubled tor- which the Herald opposes were enacted into law., soul on Earth. tured, you might say, if that were
Some provisions have been used to justify some of the All of which explains the pres- freedom from France for colonial not a loaded word in this context -





JACKSO' COJNT'( FLORIDAN wvw.jcfloridan.com I.OCRIL & STATE WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 29,2014 o 5A1New students welcomed to BCF for spring State Briefs
Lawmakers want Feb. prison release
Spec!a to the F oridan more snakes banned date'Cuban 5' spy
MIAMI Some Florida MIAMI One of the
The pews in the R.G. Lee lawmakers and other so-called Cuban Five spy
Chapel at The Baptist Col- House members want ring convicted in the U.S.
lege of Florida in Gracev- the Obama administra- is scheduled for release
ille were filled on Jan. 20 ion to add five types of next month from a federal
as new and returning stu giant snakes to an existing prison in Arizona.
dents gathered together federal python ban. U.S. Bureau of Prisons
for worship after the long Eighteen representa- records show that 50Christmas break. Students ives signed a bipartisan year-old Fernando Gonwere welcomed back by letter sent Ivlonday to zalez known in the U.S.
Senior Vice President R. Interior Secretary Sally as Ruben Campa is
C. Hammack as he intro- Jewell asking for the U.S. set for release on Feb. 27.
duced the chapel speaker, Fish and Wildlife Service Gonzalez had his 19-year
BCF's Dean of Faculty and to add boa constrictors, sentenced reduced on apChair of the Theology Divi- reticulated pythons and peal and because of good
sion, Robin Jumper. three species of anacon- behavior.
Jumper's message en- das to the ban. Free The Five spokescouraged both the new Burmese pythons, woman Gloria La Riva
and returning students af- yellow anacondas, and said Tuesday that Gonzafirming that "The Lord is northern and southern lez will wind up serving
ready and able to lead you African pythons were just over 15 years. She
where you've not been be- declared injurious spe- said he will likely be defore." Each semester brings cies under the Lacey Act ported to Cuba.
many changes, opportuni- in 2012. That prohibits The five were convicted
ties, and challenges for stu- anone from importing in 2001 of spying on U.S.
dents; Jumper's message the snakes or transporting military installations in
from Joshua 3 was a won- SUBMITTED PHOTO them across state lines. South Florida, Cuban exderful reminder of God's Robin Jumper, BCF Dean of Faculty and Chair of the Theology Division, preached in the R. G. Lee Lawmakers say the ie groups and politicians provision and faithfulness. Chapel on the student's first day back after the Christmas break. wildlife service has failed opposed to Cuba's comA chapel favorite, BCF Se- to take action to ban the munist government. They
nior Corey Blais described transferred from Troy Uni- tary education, ministry, To learn more about BCE five other snake species, are considered heroes in Jumper as "E.EG. An Ex- versity to finish her degree music, contemporary call 800-328-2660 ext. 460 which comprise most of Cuba. cellent preacher, Fantastic in Elementary Education worship, business leader- or visit www.baptistcol- the trade in large mentor, and a Gifted pro- at BCE When asked why ship, Christian counsel- lege.edu. constrictor snakes. From wire reports
fessor." Blais commented she chose to attend BCF, ing, missions, history and on the BCF Facebook page, she said she had heard social studies, English, and "I'm so thankful for Dr. great things about the col- aviation.
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Marianna Middle School announces Teacher of the Year
Special to the Floridan her classroom, she volun- "Although there are chal- "An open mind is a must knowledge of the subject
teers with the MMS girls' lenges, it's always impor- when you enter the field of of science, her' ingenious Principal Eddie Ellis is '; basketball team. rant for me to remember education. Although many methods of providing stupleased to announce the *- Moore grew up in a small to see students for what college programs do an dents with interesting and
Marianna Middle School town in Central Florida and they do bring to the class- excellent job of preparing thought compelling methTeacher of the Year, Sarah attended a K-8 school with room, rather than what prospective teachers for ods to scientific research,
Moore. fewer than 400 students. they don't. In this day and a job in education, there as well as comprehenMoore currently teaches It was her experiences age, many young people are no textbook scenarios sion of scientific theories.
seventh-grade Science. during those early years have so much going on in a classroom. Be ready She is self-driven to exDuring her four-year ca- that helped mold her into outside the classroom for the unexpected. Be cel, and it is this internalreer in education, three of the teacher she is today. that doing well in school firm, fair and consistent. motivation and effort she
those years have been at / .She remained close to.- is the last thing on their Get to know your students places in educating our Marianna Middle. her hometown until 2011 minds. It is my job to help and let them see you laugh students which results in
She holds a Bach- when she married her them see the importance it helps your students theix success. She is a team
elor of Arts degree in '%Uhusband and moved to of doing well now as it will see that you are human player on campus and will
Middle School Educa- this area. have an influence on their too. Most important, have volunteer to assist whertion with a specialization UMITEDP Moore's educational phi- success in high school and fun and surround yourself ever is needed for the best
in Science and has a Pro- Sarah Moore losophy is simple: "If you as adults." with positive and support- outcome for the school.
fessional Educators Certif- cani put forth the effort, When Moore was asked ive colleagues." We are certainly fortunate
icate for the State of Flor- Biology (6-12) along with you 'will be successful even what words of wisdom -she Principal Ellis said, beyond words to have ida with certifications in a Reading Endorsement. if the outcome isn't what has for others entering the "Mr. Moore has always her as a teacher on MMS
General Science (5-9) and When she is not busy in you expected. euainfed h ttd mrse ewt.hrcmu.



Marianna Middle School announces Rookie of the Yearp
Special to the Floridtan ate School of Architecture training. She believes that her the importance of do- outstanding future with
in 2009. As a professor, she her experience as a middle ing her best in every proj- Marianna Middle School, For the 2014 Marianna ~Pinitiated the recruitment school teacher will provide ect she decides to start and I look forward to seeMiddle School Rookie To 4 and preparation of design the additional experiences thus, preparing Maldona- ing the projects she has in
Teacher of the Year, the students to represent her that she needs to be a bet- do for a successful future. store for our campus and
word "educator" is not university in National Ar- ter educator in different Traveling has continued for the students to create."
necessarily new, as it has chitecture competitions, levels, as well as, afford- to be her favorite hobby aldefined Elnath Maldona- culminating in first-place ing. her the opportunity to lowing her to understand
do's life from an early age. ~ awards. In 2008, Maldo- learn from her colleagues and enjoy history and culShe is the eldest daughter nado attended Harvard at MMS Who have support- tures of the world. It has
of a professor and aca- University School of De- ed her at all times. In her also enabled her to see
demic researcher,. Juan sign for a Landscape Ar- first year as an art teacher, details that books and pic- c
Jose Maldonado PhD. She chitecture discovery pro- she -has experienced the tures do not fully portray 34twe S WVe
became a Sunday school gram to learn new design need for art knowledge Maldonado looks forward
teacher at the early age of SUBMITTED PHOTO and teaching techniques. and the enthusiasm of the to passing her knowledge, Don't1 Forget Your
13, a swimming instructor Elnath Maldonado In each of these higher students for this subject. education, and experience
at 18, an Autocad software the University of Florida's learning programs, she She wants to encourage on to her students. Vlnie
instructor at the age of 20 Landscape Architecture was a dedicated student. critical thinking and to Principal Ellis stated, and a college professor at program. There she met She incorporated many of promote values through "Since the beginning Df 24. She later worked at the her husband, Josh Mitch- the teaching techniques art. Her strategy is to use Mrs. Maldonado's art inUniversity of Tamaulipas ell, who was raised in learned throug h these the general artistic talents struction on Marianna ,k in Mexico for 10 years as a Grand Ridge. He would be programs within the cur- that students possess in Middle School campus, design professor. the reason why she would riculuin of her teaching order to build values which more students have reanMarciet rom the Uni- of America, and specifi- tification from the Florida discipline, creativity, intel- other on our roster. Her Let Our Flowers versity of Tamaulipas in cally Marianna, later. They Department of Education ligence, respect, efficiency, ability to teach and creMexico in 2000 and has a have been happily married in Art. tolerance, teamwork and ate an atmosphere of fun 9vIFoYu
specialization in arts from for three years. She considers herself obedience to the rules. while learning has drawn FoYu
the same university. She As an employee at the a passionate and com- Maldonado's repertoires the attention of students. Call us for all your
received a scholarship to university, her dyities in- mitted teacher who has of experiences extend be- It has also driven their de- flra needs. study Master of Architec- cluded being a professor learned from other profes- yond the classroom and sire to be a part of art class ture and graduated from of Design (Architecture, sors and past educational workforce. A few of her and to know the teacher. 3003 4th Street Marianiia the University of Arizona Graphic Design and Inte- and teaching experiences, other passions include Mrs. Maldonado has an 850-526-3293 (Faye) in 2002. nior Design), Director of Although she honed her cooking and travelingIn 2003, she attended an the Interior Design under- design abilities, organiza- things she learned to apecotourism and "greed' graduate pro gram in 2005, tional skills, and intuition preciate from her mother, _, 1T A T~
architecture program in and being an academic to be a skilled teacher; Rocio Maldonado. Her 11,1q1C..ei .;,
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is the school's confidential ers entering education, and staff, and especially
secretary/bookkeeper. she said, "If you choose to our students."
Porter is a Marianna High 7~ work in this field, you can Assistant Principal Sybil
School and Chipola Col- expect lots of hard work Rivers said, "When I first
lege graduate, as well as a and at times frustrations arrived here at this school,
graduate of the University -you will never become Mrs. Porter was one of the
of West Florida with a BA SUBMITTED PHOTO rich in the traditional sense first employees to let me 7
in criminal justice. She has Faith Baggett Porter of the word, but you will know that the atmosphere been employed with Jack- Robert Heath Beasley and be wealthy beyond mea- of this school is friendly son County School Board Tori Lynn Porter. She is sure with the blessings and caring, yet professionsince 2007 and has spent the daughter of Gerry S. you receive by having a al and student generated.21 14~ 7a z





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Hillsborough County Sheriff Office Major Robert Ura gestures during anews conference Tuesday at the University of South Florida in Tampa,, regarding a research project at the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Marianna. He holds a list of families being sought for DNA comparisons. The list is posted on the Floridan's'website, www.jcfloridan.com.

information related to their ,
D ozier ~~~whereabouts is asked to call UFNHOOO.TA
L~ o ierHCSO Master Detective Greg This undated photo from the University of South Florida shows empty burial sites at Dozier after the USF team
From Page 1A Thomas at 813-247-8678. excavated 55 individual sets of remains.

The excavated remains are Rtr oMran
still being analyzed bone and Rtr oMran
tooth samples will go to the Uni- There is still more work to be ,
versity of North Texas Health done in Jackson County. FieldScience Center for DNA testing ing questions Tuesday, Kimn-&
a summary report is expected for in Marianna had been largely each body, including informa- positive so far, noting helpful astion gleaned from skeletal/den- sistance from local residents fatal remains, artifacts and the miliar with both the layout and context of the burial, the history of the areas in and .
around the work site and the'sefor orefamiies curity provided at the dig site by
Searchlocal law enforcement agencies. Tracking down possible next- Researchers will continue of-kin of former Dozier students searching for additional unto, collect reference samples for marked burials on the Dozier DNA identification continues, grounds, in areas adjacent to TESOITD
Sofa, 1 urivngthies aeeBo Hillsbr partser ofd thegronds An artifact from a coffin found in a grave at the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Marianna is shown during a been located, -and th.ilbr at ftegons news conference Tuesday.
ough County Sheriff's Office is The team will return to Mariin the process of collecting their anna over the next few months as the use of specially trained K-9 release from USE their deaths. DNA. Still, researchers hope to fieldwork resumes on the Dozier teams to locate any other burials "At this time, we know very "All of the analyses needed to collect samples from an addi- project, which is funded by the that remain, little about the burials and the answer these important questional 42 families. State of Florida and the National "Locating 55 burials is a sig- children in terms of who spe- tions are yet to be done. But it
A list of the families being Institute of Justice. Planned are nificant finding, which opens up cifically was buried there, their is our intention to and answer sought has been published additional excavations, ground- a whole new set of questions for ages or ancestry, as well as the as many of these questions as by HCSO, and anyone with penetrating radar analysis and our team," Kimmerle stated in a timing and circumstances of possible."


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7 7to a6, and that homeown- Compass Lake and ponds in there specifically to provide ers may see a reduction in the community. safety services. Another goal
their insurance premiums as Also a full-time paid mein- is to, in the near future, rea result. ber of the Marianna Fire De- place an aging fire tender
Neal said the fire depart- partment, Neal was honored and to get new radios- for his I ment also holds a distinction to have been chosen as the team in partnership with the he's proud of; it was the first volunteer chief at Compass Association of Volunteer Fire volunteer unit in Florida to Lake. His name was submit- Chiefs. haveanISO-recognized tank- ted for the post in a vote of Neal said several volun~1 er shuttle service. The system fellow fighters, and was then teers have just completed \ helps firefighters ensure that approved by the Property Firefighter 1 training and that they have an adequate water Owners Association board, he's trying to get new bunker DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN supply at any scene, despite he said. gear to outfit them now that
Aaron Neal recently took over as the new volunteer fire chief for Compass Lake in the thel *ack of a fire hydrant sys- He has started a program they're certified to work in Hills. He's also a full-time firefighter with the Marianna Fire Department. tem in the subdivision, there in which the fire team more intense fire situations.


school year. The Jackson County Courthouse weather like that expected to hit Obituaries
w e t er Officials in other county of- and all other courthouses within Jackson County on Tuesday night
fices were also busy Tuesday with the 14th judicial circuit will also and Wednesday morning. From Page 1A weather preparations. be closed Wednesday Green also borrowed a trailer iFio nsts
Late Tuesday, the Jackson Coun- Several Jackson County officials that could be used to spread sand weather crisis. Some homes Mnay ty Commission announced that listened in on a conference call over any hazardous icy spots in not be outfitted with heat sources its offices and its branch libraries with Jackson County Emergency the roadways, and he had crew Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. adqut for-- -7 thi ex _-- tree Ard A i Maian and Grcvil wol Managemen --1 -- 4X --__ _+T% D -4ecto Rodne member take load ofan to Your Local Florist and Gifts





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Winter storm socks the South with snow, ice

The Associated Press and up to 1 inch of snow was possible in a city that
SAVANNAH; Ga. Cit- hasn't seen much snowfall ies rolled out snow plows on its manicured squares that hardly ever leave the in the last 25 years. garage, a hardware store Savannah had 3.6 inches sold feed scoops for use as ofsnowin December 1989, w.snow shovels and alligators a dusting of 0.2 inches
in the Okefenokee Swamp in February 1996 and 0.9 burrowed into mud to stay inches in February 2010. warm Tuesday as a win- Jason Deese with the
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to hurricanes. In rural Mississippi, four ;
As many as 50 million people died when an early
people across the region morning fire destroyed a -. could be affected. About mobile home in Itawamba an hour after snow began County, near the Alabama falling in downtown Atlan- border. Investigators be- .
ta, traffic was gridlock. At lieve a space heater was the world's busiest airport to blame as temperatures nearby, about 900 flights dipped to about 20 dehad been canceled. As far grees overnight. Sheriff west as Austin, Texas, ice- Chris Dickinson said nine glazed roads caused doz- people were in the mobile ens of wrecks. home at the time. "
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Lady Tigers advance to semis with 59-46 win

BY DUSTIN KENT first half that saw neither aggressive Malone de- after baskets by Dady in dkent@jcfioridan.com team lead by more than six fense, and the Lady Tigers the fourth, but the Lady points, took advantage to start Tigers got a pair of tranA basket by Kazzie El- getting separation. sition baskets, the, first MALONE The Malone lenburg to start the A pair of free throws from Jackson off of a nice Lady Tigers moved one third quarter gave the. and a basket by Brelove bounce pass from Dalstep closer to clinching a Lady Wildcats their first was followed by a score las, and the second from berth in the 1A state play- lead since 6-4, but the from Jackson to make it Brelove on a coast-to-coast offs Monday night, using a advantage was short-lived, 35-26, with a steal and la- drive, to make it 54-38 with, big third quarter surge to as Malone took total con- yup from Brelove pushing just over five minutes left knock off the Bethlehem trol of the game thanks the margin to 10 at 38-28 to play. Lady Wildcats 59-46 in primarily to its defense. with 2:30 left in the Livingston added eight the District 1 tournament A three-point play by quarter. points for the Lady Tigers,
quarterfinals. Angelica Livingston put Steals on the next two who advanced to take on
Curteeona Brelove Malone up 25-24 with 5:57 possessions by the Lady Poplar Springs in the tourscored 23 points and All- on the clock, with baskets Tigers led to baskets ney semifinals Thursday at cia Jackson added 15 for by Brelove and Briana by Shalonda Curl and Central School in Milton, the Lady Tigers, who blew Dallas making it 29-24. Livingston, who scored with the championship open a close game in the A score from Allyson twice more to make it game coming Saturday at third period with a 24-4 Dady briefly broke up the 46-28. 7 p.m.
run. run, but Bethlehem could Bethlehem trimmed the Dady had 18 points to PHOTO BY KELSEY WELCH
The game was tied 22- not keep the turnovers un- margin back down to 12 lead Bethlehem, with El- Curteeona Brelove puts up a shot in the lane during a District 1 22 after a back and forth der control against a more on two separate occasions lenburg adding 10. tournament game against Bethlehem on Monday night.

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County dominance



Bulldogs 5-0 against JC teams after pounding Pirates

BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Marianna Bulldogs made it five
wins in five games against Jackson
County foes on Monday night at home,
routing the Sneads Pirates 66-38. PHOTO BY KELSEYWELCH
Herman Williams scored 17 points to Antwain Johnson slams the ball with two lead Marianna, followed by Shaquari- hands during the fourth quarter of Malone's ous Baker with 13, and Roderick Cope- 71-53 win over Graceville on Monday night. land and Trey Clemmons with 10 each.
With the win, the Bulldogs go to 221 on the season and 5-0 against coun- 2n d h alf ty teams, with only Thursdly's road
contest against Cottondale separating
MHS from its first perfect year against sill" 2010 seaon.ge ifts
Jackson County squads since the 20092010 season.
It's a goal for the Bulldogs every year,
and one that coach Travis Blanton said M a1 o 1e p ast that he and his players are focused on
finishing. re i
'Absolutely," he said. "It would be
another one of the goals met with this Gracevffle
group that we would like to have the BY DUSTIN KENT
opportunity to accomplish." dkentjcfloridan cor
The Bulldogs haven't faced any
close calls in county games this sea- MALONE Chai Baker scored 30 son and Monday was no different, as points and Antwain Johnson added 19 they jumped out to a 30-13 halftime for the Malone Tigers, who pulled away lead and cruised in the second half, from a feisty Graceville Tigers squad pushing the margin to 31 in the third Monday night to take a 71-53 victory.
period. It was the 20th win of the season for
"We played pretty consistent and I felt Malone (20-4) and the third straight like that all started on the defensive end loss for Graceville (12-11), but the visitplaying solid down there and rebound- ing Tigers made the state's top-ranked ing the ball," Blanton said. "I felt like 1A team earn Monday's victory with a defensively we had a really good game big fourth quarter effort. and offensively we got the shots we Malone scored the first 13 points of wanted. We got the ball inside, created the game with all 13 coming from some turnovers, and that helped us get Baker and Johnson but Graceville some easy baskets. fought back to trim the margin to just
"I just thought we played *a pretty 32-26 at halftime. good overall game." GHS carried that momentum into
Jeremy Wert scored 22 points to lead the third quarter and used a 9-0 run to
-the Pirates, who fell to 6-17 on the briefly go ahead on a nice reverse layup
season. .by Jalen Lawson that made it 35-34 with
Sneads will finish up its regular season 4:25 on the clock. Friday with a road game Friday against Malone answered with a run of 10 Malone, while Marianna will go to Cot- straight points that included a pair. of tondale on Thursday and return home big three-pointers from Chancellor PHOTO BY LORIENABLE Friday to host Bay High in its regular Lockett to make it 44-35. Snead's Jeremy Wert (32) tries to contest a jump shot by Marianna's Shaquarious Baker during season finale. a game Monday night. See MALONE, Page 4B


CHS Boys Sports Briefs
Big w in over H olm es County .High School Boys Basketball alcurrentiand formerMajOr Leag~eue. BaseBighwrnsver-Holm siCounayat Cottondale, A casual alumni social is set for 7 p.m.
losing st eak forballetalumnim.sponsors;Gandeiguests.
sna s obth,5:0T~mu,_d pm.On Feb. 8, events kick off with Chipola
hobeh, 530 pm. ad 7 ~m.vs. Walters State at 10 a.m., followed by sna s osi g tr aiifo ~i rn~~Friday- Chipley at Graceville, 5:30 the annual Alumni Home Run Derby,
rebounds.p SeasatMaoe,5:0Jersey Retirement Ceremony for 2013
BYDUSnT~joIdNc EtTtheb win teHr p.m. and 7 p.m.; Bay High atMranMLB All-Star Patrick Corbin, a silent
nen~cfoiancmt improved te 9-1on- 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. auction during the derby, and an MLB/
The Cottondale Hornets the year. Chpl aktalThe annual alumni dinner will begin
snapped a three-game los- They will finish out their CioaBsebl iBatgahssint olw
ing streak Monday night at regular season schedule Chipola men's and women's basket- at 7 p.m. with special guest speakers
home by rolling over the County' settled down to Thursday night at home ball teams will play host to Tallahassee and entertainment to be announced. Holmes County Blue Dev- outscore CHS 7-2 the re- against the 22-1 Marianna on Saturday night, with the women's Chipola coach Jeff Johnson and memils 51-31. malnder of the first quarter Bulldogs. game starting at 5:30 p.m., followed by bers of the Alumni Committee -Nathan
Cottondale was coming and cut the margin to 25- After that comes the Dis- the men at 7:30 p.m. Marks (00'), Andrew Gay (07'), Jason
off of consecutive district 21 at halftime. trict 2-lA tournament next Barber (06') invite all former playlosses to Sneads, Vernon, But the second half was week at Graceville High Chipola Alumni Weekend ers and Chipola alumni to join them
and Aitha, but the Hor- all Hornets, as they lim- School, with Cottondale ~ 0in supporting and participating in the
nets got back into the win ited the Blue Devils to just coming in as the No. 5 Chipola baseball alumni, their fami- weekend's events. column by stepping out 10 points in the final 16 seed and matching up with lies, and fans are invited to participate For information, visit www iipn~a, of league play against the minutes. Blountstown in Tuesday's. in the 2014 Chipola College Baseball cdu or phone Coach Johnson at
struggling Blue Devils. Tre Lee scored 16 points first round at 6 p.m. Alumni Weekend set for Feb. 7-8. 850-718-2237. The Hornets took control to lead Cottondale, while The wiener of that game The weekend begins with two Chipola from the outset by scor- Tristan Braxton added 10, will take on top-seeded baseball games on Feb. 7. Chipola plays ing the first 14 points of and Kyshon All finished Vernon on Friday. at 7:30 Shelton State at 10 a.m. and Walters Sports Items the game, though Holmes with eight points and 15 p.m. State at 1 p.m. Send all sports items to editorial@
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Lynch walks out of media day


The Associate Press ahawks play the Denver
N.J. Seatle '~' ~Broncos on Sunday.
NEWARK, N..- SateAt media day, Lynch was Seahawks star Marshawn standing on the floor of
Lynch made an early exit the covered-over hockey
at Super Bowl media day rink among a cluster of
-then returned to Tuesday's about 100 reporters. There
session just in time to pos- were eight podiums set up
______________________________ sibly avoid a hefty fine for Seattle stars and coach
THEASSOTIATEDPPESS from the NFL. Pete Carroll, plus nine
MetLife Stadium, the home of the Super Bowl, will see The running back other separated areas sepstandard weather for this time of year in New Jersey. abruptly left the required arated from the throng.
session at the Prudential Lynch wasn't positioned
Center, walking out after at any of them.
minutes. Lynch answered a halfTypi al al"acas c~ laer cme ackanddozen questions before
stood on the side of the walking away. He spoke to
J) ~media area, doing inter- TESCIEDPRESS someone for a moment,

f r S upe r B o l views with the Armed Marshawn Lynch spoke for just over six minutes on Media then left the arena. He
Forces Network, Deion Day, however, NFL officials said a fine is unlikely came back a little bit later. Sanders for the NFL Net- The Seattle and Denver
The Associated Press for a mixture of snow and work and a Seahawks Web 45-minute availability. would be rescinded if his players were expected to rain, reporter. Lynch also talked One reporter asked, "Are behavior improved, speak to media members
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. Since the jets and Giants to teammates and signed you trying to avoid being "Players are required to during the 45-minute ses-The weather forecast for were awarded the Super footballs and a helmet for fined by standing here?" participate and he partici- sions that lead up to the the first Super Bowl in an Bowl in May 2010, there fans in the stands. Lynch twice nodded his pated. We will continue game.
outdoor stadium in a cold- have been fears that a While he did that, about head yes. to monitor the situation," Lynch watched as the
weather city is nothing out huge snowstorm would af- five dozen media members Earlier this month, Lynch NFL spokesman Greg Ai- clocked counted down of the ordinary. fect the game. The league stood in front of Lynch and was fined $50,000 for not ello said Tuesday. to zero and, when it was
National Weather Service and state officials have shouted out questions. He cooperating with the Se- Lynch has required me- announced the Seattle meteorologist Anthony contingency plans for that ignored almost all of them attle media. The NFL put dia sessions Wednesday portion was over, left for Gigi said Monday the fore- scenario, including mov- as time ran out in Seattle's the fine on hold, saying it and Thursday. The Se- good. cast for Sunday's NFL title ing the game to Friday, ___ _________game at MetLife Stadium Saturday or Monday, or
calls for temperatures to changing the scheduled C i i i s i n r C o e ls r
reach a high of 39 with a 6:25 p.m. starting time onCo m si n rGdel ay P o
low of 27, which is average Sunday.
for the area. There is little The coldest kickoff temthreat of precipitation. perature in Super Bowl B w m r v d& m p e iu e r
Ggwho is based in history was 39 degrees sat ow l
is expected to pass through Orleans for Super Bowl VIh so i mpdPeserovwthed fur omre i u s ye r
the region on Saturday when Dallas beat Miami and nine sacks. Neither
night with the potential 24-3. HONOLULU NFL team scored in the third
-. Commissioner Roger quarter or for the first
Goodell is showing the 10 minutes of the fourth
0 7 llf Pro Bowl more love after quarter.
previously threatening "Guys were competito cancel it if play didn't tive and we're having fun,
2. ~.improve. but at the same time the
Goodell said in an ESPN competitive juices get
Radio interview Monday going and you want to
that participants played win," Carolina linebacker
~.j ,~.harder and made the. Luke Kuechly said on the
game very competitive, field after the game. Kue"It was real football," chly had a game-high 12
Goodell said. "It was tackles, including 11 solo
something that I give a lot tackles.
of credit to the players." The future of the Pro
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Goodell said Domo- Bowl is unclear. Pete Carroll supports the idea of using medicinal marijuana nique Foxworth, presi- The NFL hasn't comfor players suffering from concussion symptoms. dent of the player's union, mitted to holding future
worked with players to games or said whether
Carro l sup orts come up with the idea of the game will stay in Hachanging the game from wadi, where Pro Bowls TEASCAE RS


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and fantasy sports gave where future Pro Bowls L W
players something to get should be held, echoma n a a epexcited about, he said. ing comments from oth- INSURANCE
m arijuan he p1 believe it was a very, er players who say the
The Associated Press have suffered concussions. very positive step and I game and festivities of- AUTORM CROP LIE HEALTH
Carroll says regardless of salute the players and I'm fra reward for players v f e nN v
JERSEY CITY, N.J. Pete the stigmas involved, the glad they h ad so much and their families and
Carroll is in support of the medicinal value should be fun," Goodell said. "'And a chance to get to know 850-'526-2201
NFL looking further into examined, "because the I think fans had a fun other stars throughout_____________________juana could be beneficial ing to do the exact same I did." "We're going to, play refor players. thing and figure it out and NFL greats Jerry Rice gardless, but I think it's 0 (
The Seattle Seahawks they're coming to some and Deion Sanders easiest to play it here," ~
coach said Monday he conclusions." picked teams during a Kansas City running back SMARTER. BOLDIER. FASTER.
supports Commissioner Sunday's Super Bowl two-day draft. Team Rice Jamaal Charles said. Roger Goodell's message matchup between the Se- beat Team Sanders 22-21 Tourism officials in Ha- PAT FURR






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Chancellor adjusts to remain Seattle's enforcerL

The Assciate Pres His play is being recog- veteran was trying to pass able to do that.
nized outside of just Seattle. on to the next generation of Chancellor was flagged
JERSEY CITY N.J. Kam He was Pro Bowl selection strong safeties. four times this season for
Chancellor is imposing. He's and a second-team All Pro What neither knew at personal fouls. Twice he was
a strong safety that looks this season. Chancellor the time was a shift toward penalized for being the last
like he should be playing was also the first member player safety that changed guy into the pile on a runlinebacker and the hardest of Seattle's secondary to be how all 'defensive players ning play. The first came in
hitter in the best secondary locked up long term when -.- and safeties especially the season opener against
in the NFL. he signed a four-year exten- would play No longer Carolina and the second
What is setting Chancel- sion last April. would certain hits be toler- in the regular season finale
lor apart is his ability to still "He's been the best player ated, let alone celebrated. against St. Louis. He was
be intimidating but do it on our defense the whole Changes had to be made also called for faceinask in
within the framework of the season I think," teammate "Kam has really, really Week 16.
NFL wanting to protect de- Michael Bennett said. "I complied. He's taken it to The only time during the
fenseless offensive players. think he's one of the best heart," Seattle coach Pete regular season in 47 passes
It's a tricky ine and one players in the NFL. I'm sur- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Carroll said. "The early thrown his way accordthat Chancellor struggled prised he's not up for de- Kam Chancellor's size and ability cause havoc for any fines got his attention, but ing to STATS, Inc. that with earlier in his career. fensive player of the year. opposing offense and make him the anchor of Seattle's defense. really he just wanted to be Chancellor was flagged for But he's found a way to ac- When he 'tackles, he's just able to find a way to play hitting a defenseless receivcomplish the task of being amazing." ~ shoulder pads planted on pass go incomplete. the game really well and he er came -in Week 15 against
an enforcer minus the pen- Chancellor's ability to be his chest. "I know if I was com- was willing. He wasn't hard the NewYork Giants on a hit
alties, both on the field and imposing was evident on Fast forward to the fourth ing across the middle headed about it at all. He that didn't even knock wide in the bank account. two plays in the NFC cham- quarter and San Francisco's about to catch a ball I went about it with kind of a receiver Jerrel Jernigan to
"I don't think it's a mat- pionship game against final drive. Facing a third- would, be looking for 31," sense that I'm kind of going the turf. ter of adjusting. It's just San Francisco. In the third and-2, Colin Kaepernick Bennett said. to really adjust so that I can Aside from the big hits,
learning how to tackle, the quarter, Chancellor leveled threw *a pass for Michael Chancellor's schooling do this well and do it right Chancellor has become proper technique to tackle," tight end Vernon Davis on Crabtree on a quick slant. came from one of the hard- and he's done all of that and better in coverage. He was Chancellor said. "Once you a short pass that caused As Crabtree cut for the mid- est hitters in the NFL. As a the exciting part of it is he's partly responsible for Seatlearn the proper technique an incompletion. The form die, Chancellor was there rookie, he followed around maintained his physical tle shutting down tight ends to tackle you can get your was perfect, with Chancel- waiting. Not surprisingly veteran Lawyer Milloy and style and he's a great hitter Davis and Jimmy Graham feet under you and you can lor's helmet at the level of Crabtree's arms didn't quite attempted to glean every bit and he's always looking for on multiple occasions this explode through anybody" Davis' midsection and his fully extend and he let the of experience the 15-year big opportunities. He's been season.


Roder-Cromartie migtetire at 27

The Associated Press He wasn't a typical
lower-division prospect,
Dominique Rodgers- though, selected by the
Cromartie is 27 years old, Cardinals with the 16thi
right in his prime as an overall pick in 2008. RodNFL player. gers-Cromartie played
Perfect time to retire.. three years in Arizona and
-,. The Denver Broncos two in Philadelphia before7Z
cornerback said Monday joining the Broncos.
he's giving serious consid- He regularly tells his
eration to hanging it up teammates about his
after the Super Bowl. He's, plan.
THEASOCATE PE not burned out, not wor- "They always think I am
HEASOCAT s PrES ied about his health. joking about it," he said.
Junior Seau is just one of several former players to commit Hejsfiush'sada Enifestcsrod
sucie llgelyde o bue ro lain te am.good run. next season, Rodgers- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
"I had a goal of playing 5 Cromartie can't imagine Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie said he reached his goal of years, and I reached that," repeating the feat of fel- playing five years and has had a good run. Sea fa ily obj cts Rodgers-Cromartie said. low Denver cornerback
Seau am ily objecHe's completed six sea- Champ Bailey who's in his r' ~
sons in the NFL, in fact, 15th year in the league. ,aCHARLES E. KENT, SR. Owner, LFD
to N L s $ 6 Mcommand plenty ofmoney gevity Rodgers-Crornartie CHARLES E. KENT, JR. F
ande couldg bhe inte exto caiked aurasey'woin0JUIMKNOwe
concussion deal ceptions in 2013. But Rod- admiration, then added,
gers-Cromartie insisted "He ican have that."
The Associated Press His children are not suing that depending on how he GIANTS GUESTS: The '.o h etetuh f sypaiThy &udrsadn
for their father's pain and feels after Sunday's game, Seattle Seahawks are pre- 390 aayte 52-55 w. mrnncaefco PHILADELPHIA .- The suffering, they are suing for he might call it quits. paring for the Super Bowl family of the late NFL star their own," lawyer Steven He even knows what he against the Broncos at the 7d'
Junior Seau plans to object M. Strauss wrote in a court would do instead of foot- New York Giants' training to the proposed $765 mil- fiing Friday that signaled ball. He'd go back to col- facility which opened in lion settlement of player -the family's intent to pur- lege and. study psychol- 2009 arid is adjacent to concussion claims because sue an individual lawsuit. ogy to become a guidance MetLife Stadium.Voe the fund would not pay Other potential critics to counselor at his old high When the Giants and BEST MOBILE HOME DEALERSHIP.., wrongful death claims to- the' settlement reached by school. jets were picked to co- for 10 years
survivors, players' lawyers and the "I had my fun in this host the title game in May Lclyondadoeae ic 6
Although the players' league are also starting to league," he said. 2010, the owners of the lawsuits accused the NFL emerge and the judge Rodgers-Cromartie teams had hoped they Grl as e as
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Rockets strive for consistency

i Te Associd cPress game, McHale said. "The
first twxo games don't make
HOUSTON Kev- anv difference. %\ere a difin McHale preaches ferent team. They're a difconsistencv; ferent team. We've got to
So far his young Rockets play really well. That team
*team hasn't heeded his lost to Miami, they'rego
& words and is coming off ing to come in hungry."
Itwo straight losses to the' Dwight Howard is stillJ
Grizzlies. upset about how Houston
McHale knows Houston, played against Memphis,
despite a 29-17 record, but believes rough spots
THESOIAEP SS must play better. Coin- like this will help the RockCarmelo Anthony is in his fourth year with the Knicks. ing up on Tuesday night ets in the long run.
are the Southwest Divi- "These .are growing
Sion-leading San Antonio pains," Howard said. "LosAnthonysuwre. ing those games and trying
o n y sWhenasked how his to learn frQmn experience
team can be more consis- on how to play is good for
tent, McHale shared sev- our team. We hate to lose
eral ideas. and we were all (ticked) off
say s h eWe've got to be better about the last two games,

0 tls'of baktal"h learned and picked
si."We've got to know up from playing .against
sbay n N Y Cwhatour strengths and a team like Memphis and
wekessaeadplay to we'll get better." THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
our strengths. We've got to The 28-year-old How- Houston coach Kevin McHale discusses the game with The Associated Press leaving the team. be way more tied together ard knows that a team as Rockets guard Aaron Brooks.
Speaking on "Watch and diligent about all the young as the Rockets is but also understand that the team in scoring with NEWYORK -The wife of What Happens Live" on little things. We worry too going to have many ups we're a great team in prog- almost 24 points a game,
All-Star forward Carmelo Bravo on Sunday night, La much about all the big and downs throughout the ress. It doesn't happen has struggled offensively Anthony says she thinks he La Anthony said she "defi- things. But we've got to do season. But he thinks the overnight." in the last two games, avwill be back with the New nitely" thinks Anthony will all the little things and that lessons they learn now will James Harden, who leads eraging just 13. York Knicks next season. stay in New York. She said leads to big things." be the difference when Anthony has sidid he in- he wants to stay and she The Rockets have won they get to the playoffs.
tends to become a free supports him "where ever both previous meetings "We can't look at anyagent this summer. The he wants to go." with the Spurs this season. thing in a negative way," ,k crc
Knicks can give him an Anthony is averaging a McHale doesn'texpect that he said. "We have to stay extra year and some $30 teamn-high 27.2 points for success to factor into Tues- positive and understand Paying too much for your
million more than any New York, which acquired day's game, especially with that everything comes other team, but their 17-27 the Brooklyn native from San Antonio corning off a with time. We've still got Home and Auto Insurance? record has created specu- Denver 'in a three-team tough loss to the Heat. to play hard and go out LeIsHl!
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not James vs. Durant, 1- ending right now, voters.
on-i. But James will be would likely tab Durant
guardfrng Durant at times as the one who should be
tonight when Miami plays hoisting the league's MVP
host to Oklahoma City in trophy over James, who
a matchup of the teams has gotten it in four of the CoannAial*Mdie&Suer
who met in the 2012 NBA past five seasons. c'9)Cce(J. .$(
Finals. THEASSOCIATEO PRESS James insists that he's
It's an unenviable task, LeBron James (left) and Kevin Durant (right) face-of in what not fixated on the MVP We Appreciate the
espcialywhe* onsd-could be a matchup of the two best players in the league. rcepiaysnete Citizens of Jackson County
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"REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 2007 V STAR 1300 (Black) One Owner, Garage at 4487 Lafayette Street, Marianna, Florida or
contact by phone at (850) 482-9637. APARMENT UF Keep, Like New, 2000In accordance with the Americans with Disabil2009 from Wards' Yamaha. 334-707-8074 LGLNTCSI codnewt h mrcn ihDsbl
2009 LF1604 cities Act, persons needing a special accommoApartments for Rent in Greenwood Yamaha 2005 V-star 650 classic shaffs drive, LF160364 dation to participate in this meeting should
2 BR $450 16R $40 saddle bags, windshield, front light bar, crash NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING contact the Planning Secretary at Jackson
bar 7000 miles, very good condition County Community Development no later than
$3000. 334-714-9380. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE JACKSON 5 days prior to the meeting. The Planning SecCedar Creek Apartments 1BR/1BA $500 S T I COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION OF ITS IN- rotary may be contacted at 4487 Lafayette
Apple, lawn care & pest control included. TENT TO CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING TO RE- Street, Marianna, FL, 32448, (850) 482-9637, or
Must be 62 or older or disabled. Call 850-352- VIEW THE FOLLOWING AND OTHER BUSINESS: (800) 955-8771 (TDD).
3878 or email cedarcreek@nchousin .net 2007 GMC Yukon SLT -V8, Flex fuel, one owner,
... .. navy with tan interior, leather, power seats and LF160370
HOSE S UNR N ID windows, 6 cd changer, rear bucket seats, rear The Jackson County Planning Commission will NOTICE OF APPLICATION
air and radio, 3rd row seat, 66K miles, $18,995, consider: FOR WATER USE PERMIT
1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna call 334-791-1570 leave message. 1. O'Reilly Project Phase II (GD13-00012) A re2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own quest to construct Phase II, a 2,464 square foot Notice is hereby given that pursuant to ChapLot rent included. For details Ford 1987 Bronco 4x4 building to house offices, of a commercial auto ter 373, Florida Statutes, the following applicator 850-557-3432 or e814i6515 -RUNS GREATH! Good tires. parts and office project. The site is located on tion for a water use permit has been received
850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4m_ __ New Sears battery, rear the north side of Hwy 90 approximately 0.4 by the Northwest Florida Water Management
2/1 house Baker Ave. Marianna $575. mo I window motor, fuel gauge. miles east of the City limits of Marianna in un- District
$650. dep No Pets 1 yr. lease Brakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k incorporated Jackson County. (Parcel #02-4NCall Joanne 850-693-0570 miles on major tune-up (including distributor, 10-0000-0380-0000) Application number 107445 filed 01/22/2014
plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as Town of Malone, P.O. Box 39, Malone, FL 32445
Afford 3/2 Brick Honte Engery Effecent my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking 2. AT&T Mobility (WF13-00002) A request to Requesting an annual average daily withdrawal 2 car garage and covered porch $850 Mo. + $3,400. 334-750-5000 construct a 195-foot monopoly of 96,900 gallons per day from the Floridan and
Dep. Also Cottondale 3/1.5 Brick Co. Hm. on telecommunications tower. The site is located Claiborne Aquifer Systems for Public Supply
1 ac. $650. + dep. RENT OR OPTION TO BUY w/ Ford 2004 Explorer: Green. Extra clean, loaded approximately 530 feet south of the Malone use by an existing facility.
Income & Credit approval with all power. Low miles. New tires. Garage Town Limits on the east side of Highway 71 in General withdrawal locatron(s) in Jackson
Cal 85-579-4317 & 8504V6-1965' kept. Excellent condition. $9,750 or best offer. unincorporated Jackson County. County: T06N, R09W, Sec. 5; T07N, R09W, Sec.
Austin Tyler & Co Call 334-347-6375 (Parcel # 06-6N-09-0000-0170-0000) 31, 32
Quality Homes & Apartments Honda 2009 CRV, low miles, under warranty, 3. Panhandle Mobile Home Park (MH1300066) Interested persons may submit written
.4 850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com must sell. $200 down, $259 per month. Call Ron A request to create an eight (8) unit mobile c es/objecion or submit written
"Prop e ty M anag e mrent Is O r ONLY Business" Ellis 334-714-0028. A e u s oc e t neg t()ui oie comments/objection or submit a written rehome park. The site is located approximately quest for the notice of proposed agency action MOBILE HE SI F-R REN Nissan 2012 Rouge, Super Nice SUV, Good fami- 1.25 miles east of the Marianna City Limits on (NOPAA) regarding the application by writing
ly vehicle, plenty of room, loaded, bring this ad the east side of Panhandle Road in unincorpo- to: Division of Resource Regulation, Northwest 2/1 14 ft. wd. Elec, heat & air. in and get $500 discount, $250 down, $250 per rated Jackson County. Florida Water Management District, attn: Terri
S. of Afford on Mill Rd. $500. mo. & dep. month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. Troy McCoy (Parcel # 22-4N40-0000-0100- Peterson, 152 Water Management Drive, Hava8 /80 na, Florida 32333. A NOPAA will be mailed only
850-573-1851850-579-w 502 1 0 ) oto persons who have filed such requests. A
o. I 4. A proposed Land Use Change (CP14-00001)- NOPAA must be requested in order to be ad2/2 located in Sneads $350. mo. 2007 Ford FISO, has been babied! white, 66K from Agriculture 2 to Residential Future Land visedof further proceedings and any public
&%-573-030 4E miles, perfect 1st vehical for teen, driven only Use on approximately 2.0 acres (+/-) located hearing date. Written comments/objection or
* 2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. by older non-smoker female 850-348-9789 two (2) miles south of the Marianna City Limits NOPAA requests must be received by 5:Q9 p.m. $500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. Chevy 2010 Silverado, 4 door, 54K miles, on the north side of Magnolia Road (immedi- eastern time on February 17, 2014. http:// www.charloscountryliving.com. On-star, Bluetooth, Weathertech mats. lately adjacent to the former Habana Express)
Oy57. to turn on power # 850209-88474. Retiring and must sell. $24,500. 334-585-5288 in unincorporated Jackson County. Thomas No further public notice will be provided reGMC 1998 Sierra 1500 state owned and Grice (Parcel #22-4N-10-0000-0130-0000) garding this application. Publication of this no2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. m rra 1500dsat! wned and tice constitutes constructive notice of the perNO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month m-aintained, runs & rides great! $3495. OBO The public hearing will be held in the Jackson mit application to all substantially affected
Please call 850-258-1594 or 850-526-2963 or 850-557-2523. County Commission Board Room persons.
850-638-8570 Leave Message Toyota 2010 Tacoma SRS of the Administration Building located at 2864
_______________White, 2 wheel drive, 4 door Madison Street, Marianna, Florida,
2 B b HV6, tow package, new tires, on Monday, February 3rd at 7:00 p.m.
2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes Excellent condition. 46,000 Anyone desiring information may contact the
in Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 miles. $23,300. 334-693-4987 or 796-5919 Community Development Department between
2BR / I.SBA at Millpond $495 rent + deposit. 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
Has utility shed, screened in front porch 1c e ga
850-209-3970 NO PETS 1997 FORD Econoline Club Wagon Van Seats 11
people, 273k, Runs great, great, needs some
3/2 Mobile Home on Ham Pond Rd in Sneads sin. repairs. Accepting closed bids, closed bids CH/A, lawn care incl. $550+dep. 850-592-4625 at (4) 308-2480. Starting bid is $1500.
Marianna area 2Z2 Mbl. Hm. in park CH&A All proceeds will go to the DAV Chapter #9 water sewage No Pets or Smoking Ref. Req.
1st. & lt$500. mo. 850-482-8333 W AUTOS
*SNEADS area N. of'90 3/2 remodeled inside on,
acre $500. mo. 1st-last sec. NO PETS 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF
850-272-1351 or 850-492-2Z72 YOUR TOWING NEEDS!


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Freezer Cooler Warehouse Combination 1600 X f ,I
sq.ft. Termapherm Freezer, 900 sq ft. cooler,
3000 sq. ft. Warehouse, Semi-loading dock CALL FOR TOP PRICE
total 5500 sq. ft. $3950. mo. 850-718-6541. C F T P
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2BR, 2.5BA Townhouse for sale in walking dis- 4, 1
tance of downtown Eufaula. Quiet and quaint. We'll be Your Junked
Deck with large backyard. W/D hookup and Wed byre ar a
large pantry. Spacious rooms. Not for rent. iand Farm Equip. at a
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$92,000. Call 256-437-3768
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i. CALL 334-714-6285
Beautiful Graceville FL home and farm L ............................... J
4BR, 31/2 BA, custom built home on 239 acres. r L '- -u-.-- l .I -L-- -- -l---- S
Can divide. 175 acres tillable for corn, soy- We buy Wrecked Vehicles beans, cotton. Large free standing building. Ru in or ot
3 wells. Joe Farris, Land and Stand Properties. 94850-387-5517 [ 3 ... 956or34
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Malone 3/3 2231sf. brick home CH/A florida rm. W IL B Y R R
fenced bk yd. 2 storage building, OUTRIGHT!'
I block from school, $160,000. OBO Regardless of year, make, model, we have
334-300-7170 OR 850-591-4729 millions of dollars on hand to pay you good
E H S L money for your current vehicle.
We Are On The Coast But Worth The Drly dets or"OLSUF"b iiigwwjfoiancme iefrdtis
16x80 Mobile Home 3/2 with metal roof, & reputable, & we can give y u a fair price Antq. Bed-Full- HB/FB, Rails,Matt. Set $125; Sewing machine cabinet oak $50. Por. vin. covcentral heat/air, Jacuzzi garden tub. $14,000 appraisal in 15 minutes. Hutch, Pine $125;Sofa Sleeper $150. 592-3261 er & heater for golf cart $150. 850-482-3145.
if interested call 850-272-8653 Call for appointment dealer. 877-497-975
Chest of Drawers -Kroehler w/Mirror $60; Tread Mill variable speeds, incline adjustment, Schwin 26" Bike $60. 850-582-2881 very good cond. $135. 850-482-3145.
____________[ _______-_____ < 7r @ n.I ii [Z 0 lewo for Sale $75 Delivered. 850-557-9311 aJ~ You Closet -Collect Soe Cs
or 850-683-9693.
1936 Packard suicide rear 4-doors, super 8 w/
inline 8 cyl. 454 cu. in eng. wooden spoke
wheels & outside fender mounted spares outOnly 1500 built that yr. $2000. cash, firm!
Serious Prospects onyl please 334-983-3836.
meant Top and Pony Interior, very nice, new EV C !

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Fresh s 2
Fryer 1
Leg 10 l1b bag
Quarters
$596
Family Pack
Blackwell Angus
Ribeye Steaks
Foster Farm $599 28oz
Faiy ak 3 1 Honey BBQ,$5"1
Boston Butt 2-Pack Family Pack $Chiptle
Steks ounrylb. or Hot
Pork $108 Pork $ C ty Wings
Roast lb. Steaks Style Ribs
Southern $99
Quality $399
Mild or Hot 2. lb. box
Sausage Patties
Farmland $580
Black er
Applewood .7
or Smoked 24 oz.
Bacon
Bar S'. 4x6 Carolina Sunnyland
Cooked 98 Prid $165 Jumbo Bar-S' 3
$198 Cocktail $16 Franks 10 Corn -4~ $ 7
,Ham $rns s106 Cr k; 3lb box
1lb. pkg. Smokies 1 lb. pkg. 16 oz. Dogs


Bounty
8 ct Paper
8 ct. Tow els ll }N .. .

$300 Shurfine 85
12 pack, 12 oz. Hamburger
Pepsi Products or Hot Dog Buns 6 rolls
Golden Flake, 10.5-11oz $269 o Rotel, 10 oz. Bumble Bee, 5 oz. Sunflower, 16 oz.
Potato Chips .............. Diced Tomatoes & Chilies ..... Chunk Light Tuna ............ Quick Grits ..............
Blue Bell Kraft
Ice Cream French's BBQ Delmonte
1M u s tard 0K1 et chu
$4 1Sauce Ketchup
56Tzw OC ORIGINAL
4 7.5-8 3 o 8 8 4
Sweet Sue, 24 oz. S1 69 IVelvet, 4 roll I Shurfine, 24 o
Chicken &Dumplings.................... Bath Tissue ..........................l Spaghetti Sauce ......................081I

Vegetablie 6 9
8 pack 2 e~~Oil30o
Home Pack $ ')79 Maxwell House
Crackers ...48oz. Original Coffee
Liberty Gold, 14 oz. mt General Mills $300 3uCheese Te To as$11
CandFut.......0' Supersize Cereal .............................3Ces ea os.............





Russet .* Peruvian 7 Fresh Express Re d


Bkn 1Sweet Green & Crisp Delicious
Potatoes 81b bag Onions lb. Salad l oz. Apples 5 lb. bag