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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Vol. 91 No. 24

Hurst contract
CHMBER approvedby

Leadership Award goes to Reagan Chipolaboard

ii) ,:April I with $165;000
The keynote speaker for the Jackson Aprl 'wih-16500
County Chamber of Commerce banquet salary plus benefits
couldn't get here for the event Thursday ( plu
night because of the icy weather that Special to the Floridan
closed down the stretch of 1-10 he would
have traveled to get here. Besides the The Chipola College District
driving dilemma, Gulf Power CEO Stan Board of Trustees approved a
W Connally Jr. had his hands full as a three-year contract for Dr. Jason
company executive who had to manage Hurst on Jan. 21.
resources in the midst of the weather Hurst will become
crisis that threatened power supplies for president of the colcustomers throughout the region. lege after outgoing
But the Chamber banquet had a lively president Dr. Gene
speaker anyway, in the recipient of the Prough retires on
LJC Excellence in Leadership award. The March 31.
honor went to Royce Reagan, who spends HrtTrustees approved
most of his days talking with area guests a contract for Hurst
who drop by for relaxed chats on his local that begins April 1 and runs
access cable television program. through. March 31, 2017, at which
Reagan was one of the community time the contract may be renewed
leaders visited last year by the adult stu- or extended. The contract also may
dents in the Chamber's LJC program, be re-opened for extension or salor Leadership Jackson County. The stu- ary increases upon the board's andents, marked as emerging leaders in nual evaluation of the president.
their own right, visit local governmen- The contract includes a salary of
tal leaders, organizations and other key $165,000 and a 5 percent contribuforces in the community, learning what tion of that amount to a Deferred
it takes to run the various entites. They Compensation Plan. The college
follow a set course plan and graduate as will make monthly contributions
a group. to the president's retirement in the
At the end of their year, they select one Senior Management Service class
of their hosts for the award. of the Florida Retirement System.
Reagan was selected for a number of Other benefits include the use
reasons his enthusiasm, his many of a college automobile and cell
years of public service, the wealth of oral phone. Hurst presently resides in a
histories he has filmed for future gen- PHOTOS BYANGIE COOK/FLORIDAN home owned by the college at an
erations to enjoy, and the dedication to Jackson County Chamber of Commerce CEO Jeff Massey, left, welcomes Royce Reagan to the annual taxable value of $6,600.
stage, Thursday during the group's 86th annual banquet. Reagan was the recipient of the LJC Hurst came to Chipola in See REAGAN, Page 9A Excellence in Leadership Award. November 2011 as vice president
of Baccalaureate and Workforce
Development and was promoted
to executive vice president in.
Prior to Chipola, Hurst served
accepts Mixson Award citizens of the year as vice president for Workforce
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER Gary MartiEducation and Academic Support
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com Gary n, Mary Nell Griffin Encola Stae from
at Pensacola State College from
take the honors July of 2010 to November 2011. He
Homer Hirt, the president of BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER served Central Alabama CommuRiverWay South Apalachicola/ dbuckhalter@lcfloridan.cor nityCollege as the director ofWorkChoctawhatchee, accepted the A Graceville man who teaches and coaches in Cotton- force Development and director of
Wayne Mixson Economic Lead- dale and an Alford woman who worked with the school the Talladega Center. Before that,
ership Award on behalf of that board to establish a food backpack program for needy he served as the assistant dean of
organization at Thursday night's children and their families have been selected by the
Jackson County Chamber of Jackson County Chamber of Commerce to share honors See HURST, Page 9A
Commerce banquet. as the organization's 2013
The organization endeavors ONLINE Citizens oftheYear.
to support. the development of ANGIECOOK/FLORIDAN ))For additional photos from The two share a com- 77a.-it In t
rural tourism in Jackson County Paul Smith (left) shares a laugh Thursday's Chamber event, mon goal as it turns out, County
and seven other communities with Homer Hirt, during this year's visit JCFloridan.com. and their shared concern that border the Apalachicola and Chamber banquet on Thursday in is also in harmonywith the M an convicted
Choctawhatchee Rivers. Marianna. Chamber's overall theme for 2014, "Together We Can."
Hirt thanked the Chamber for building from the foundation of Putting food in hungry mouths is a priority for both 1
the honor Thursday, and said alargertri-stateregionaltourism honorees, Gary Martin and MA Nell Griffin. Ad of sexual battery
that the organization has come a effort. He said it is now generally both think the community can accomplsh much to h d
long way since it developed as a oni a8 hl
regional initiative 14 months ago, See RI VER WAY, Page 9A See CITIZENS, Page 9A
From staff reports
-.-- --- -- ---*---*--*---*---.-*-*-. ------------A Chipley man is facing lfe in

Weather- delayed l ane shifts b egin at .u. 71 pioafebincnitdsexcrimes against Ofa

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Temporary traffic... ... ..]Fiaprsreae
plc from the State Attorsignals in pae ney's Office, Robert
at M-O ramps ... Eugene Rafuse was
i :'" ":' [-R ::r Ra~se convicted in WashFrom staff reports ..;, ington County on
I Thursday, Jan. 31, of sexual battery Afeeigdlae y at 4on a person younger than 12.
week's icy winter storm, the 7Assistant State Attorney Shalla
Florida Department of Trans- ,. ......... J:efcoat showed jurors during the
pottonanuce rdy -- ,' three-day trial that Rafuse, 54, of
that State Road 71 traffic be- ... -- '... ': ... 1070 Loyis Road, Chipley, pertween Malloy Plaza Road and l:< ;"" -, formed oral sex on and molested a
the TA Truck Stop ini Jackson[:7 ..... ..... ,< boy younger than 12 between Sept.
County would shift to the ANG"COK/FLR AN 1, 2010, and March 17, 2012.
northbound lanes around* 3 A sign on State Road 71 near Interstate 10 in Marianna warns southbound drivers of road work ahead. Rafuse was found guilty as p.m. that day. charged of sexual battery on a perThe northbound lanes transi- side of the S.R. 71 and White- Temporary traffic signals Additional signs along the tem- son younger than 12 and lewd or tioned to handle two-way traf- tail Drive intersection, motor- at the Interstate 10 east- porary detour route will as- lascivious molestation. He faces a fic in preparation for concrete ists seeking access to Whitetail bound and westbound ramps sist motorists with directions mandatory penalty of life in prison reconstruction work. Drive will utilize Malloy Plaza will assist with traffic flow when' Circuit Judge Christopher
Once work begins on the east Road and Trailer Park Drive. through the interchange. See TRAFFIC, Page 9A Patterson sentences him Feb. 19.

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,UPOFITES WIAQ 100..9F- -.-S ~ -.JACKSON COUNTY Commnunity Calendar

F L'O R ID A N ~ SUNDAY, FEB. 2 )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Publisher Valeria Roberts 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist Church,, 2901 Caledonia St: in Marianna.
vroberts@lcfloridan.com Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna At- )) The Boys to Men Choir of Jackson County, SATURDAY, FEB. 8
tendance limited to people with a desire to stop Jackson County Youth Community Choir Chipola Future Educator's Club Teacher WorCirculation Manager Dena Oberski drinking. and the Save Our Children Black Awareness ship-Chipola College. Free to all district educators.
doberski@jcfloridan.com )) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in the Program Practices 5 p.m. at Pope Cha pel AME To ensure that sufficient material are available
board room of Ca mpbellIton-Gracevi lie Hospital, Church, 4898 Blue Springs Rd., Marianna. The Boys RSVP to FEC sponsor Casey Bush at bushc@ CONTACT US 5429 College Drive, Graceville. to Men Choir of Jackson County is open to anyone chipola.edu or call 526-2761 ext. 2449.
Telephone: 850-526-3614 ages 3-26. If you would like to join or need more )) Unconditional Love Pet Adoption 9 am. at
FAX 85-42-478 ONAYFEB info contact Carol Marks 693 9630 or Leon Kelly ReStore in Marianna. ReStore will host Partners for
Email:editoial~jcloridn~com ariana Lios ClubMeetig NPetst iand Hidden. PSpringsHddHorseinRescueeRe forefan adop-p
Emai: eitoiallcforian~om Maiann Lins lubMeeing- Non t Jm'stion/fund raising event. There will be large selection Street Address: Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call THURSDAY, FEB. 6 of home doggie beds and gourmet dog biscuits for
4403 Constitution Lane 482-2005. )) International Chat n' Sip 8:30-10 am. at the purchase. Partners for Pets will have dogs for adopMarianna, FL32448 Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in tion. Bring $10 donation for either non-profit or an
Office Hours: 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Jackson County Extension Marianna. Learning Center staff aud their inter- item from their wish lists and get a discount on your
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Service, Penn Ave. Marianna. Business meetings are national English learners invite the public for the purchase from the ReStore.
leonsthep nall; quoter Ms reo Callj29-7638 exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed )) Alford Community Health Clinic Hours 10 leISSs YOUR. PAPER qiyo JcbCuilr eoetin Cal 206p8. environment. Light refreshments served. No charge. am. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina Stin
MISYU AECt fJcbCuclMeig-6pm t Call 482-9124. Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients
You should receive your newspaper no later Jacob City Hall. Public welcome. St. Anne Thrift Store 9a.m. to 1 p.m. St. without medical insurance treats short-term
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- )) Woodmen of the World Lodge 65 monthly Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tugsday to meeting 6 p.m. at the Hatton House in Sneads. Call 482-3734. available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins
Frdy nd7am t 1am.o uda.Te Entertainment will be provided by Roger Whitaker. ) hplCicCubMeng-NoatTeOk welcome. Sign in beforQ 11 a~m.
Friayan 7am.to 1a~. n Sndy. he Sub sandwiches and chips will be provided by the ReChiporantCivic.Club Meeing. -h Noon atTeoas ) The Boys to Men Choir of Jackson County, Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) lodge. Members arg asked to bring desserts and Rstlaunt cmu.S n0iny "m i Th lre CC' &ou Jackson County Youth Community Choir and is published Tuesday through Friday and drinks. All members encouraged attend and bring a isartherCall omuit,-Cmmniy4Cilre. the Save Our Children BlackAwareness ProSunday mornings. Periodical postage paid friend. For more info call 482-5255. Chrce. al5634.gram Practices 9-11 am. at Pope Chapel AME
at MrianaFL. AlohoicsAnonmou Opn Metin -9 ) Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at Church, 4898 Blue Springs Rd., Marianna. The Bos
p~.in the AA room of First United Methodist Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. to Men Choir of Jackson County is open to anyone phrh 90 aeom.S. a ina Call 482-2290. ages 3-26. If you would like to join or need more
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Chrh)91Caeoi)t. aina VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting 6 p.m. at info contact Carol Marks 693 9630 or Leon Kelly
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 TUESDAY, FEB. 4 2830 Wynn St., Marianna. Covered-dish supper fol- 209-4310.
for three months; $62.05 for six months; Pan ihaPrt nasHg col owed by a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call 372-2500. )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30and $123.45 for one year. All prices include LibPaint withl artPirae Parned ilghidSchol )) The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida Soci- 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist aplcbestate and local taxes. Mail Libry.g Lcaltist ay akere. will paigu youp ety, Sons of the American Revolution Meeting Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail plies provided. Previous painting skills not required -:0 p.m. at Jim's Buffet and Grill. The program subcritios ae: 46.2 fr treemonhs; For more info call 482-9004 ext. 241. 'will be "The Battle of Ole Ninety Six District, south SNAFB
subcrpton ae:$4.12fo tre mnts;Carolina, and the Southern Campaign of the Revolu- Alcoholics SUonyu Floe. 9icsso
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one St. Anne Thrift Store 9 am. to 1 p.m. St. tionary War:' Anyone interested in SAR is welcome.. -63pm.iAAroofFstUteMthdt
year. ~~~Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. For0 more inf cal 594-664 Chuch 291Caeo irst naianna Aet-ois
year. ~~~~~~~~Call 482-3734. Frmr nocl 9-64 hrh 91CldnaS.i aina t
)) ptiistClb o Jakso Cunt Metin ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, tendlance limited to people with a desire to stop ADVERTISING OtmsClboJakoConyMeig 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- drinking.
Theadertse agee tat hepubiser Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St,, donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance )) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in the
Th detsrare httepbihr Marianna. limited to people with a desire to stop drinking; board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
shall notbe liable for damages arising Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior .papers will not be signed. 5429 College Drive, Graceville.
'out of errors and advertisements beyond Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call the amount paid for the space actually 482-5 0.FIAEB7MODYFB.1

Adults deal with peer pressure, too IlMonroeeBare

rTIhroughout history, concerning our individual our hard earned-for most congratulations" to those 2013. She weighed
People have dealt pesnlneeds? of us-money The more we of us who are able to eat pounds and 4 ounces
T with trying to please pesnl We are spend, the happier they at an expensive restau- at birth. Her parents
others. The words "peer constantly are. o thrant or enjoy sotne of the are Tim and Ashley
pressure" have usually -. bombarded For many ofute better things life has to grgnpants are HRn
been connected to teen- with com- more we spend the more offer, especially if we can grnpaetsae on
agers and how they deal mercials and uncomfortable posi- afford it and it doesn't and Donna Jurgonski ~
with trying to fit in with promotions tions we put ourselves in. take us out of our comfort from Alford and Buck
their peers. advising us During my college years zone. When we are able Barber from Cottondale.
However, there are many Thomais on what to far away from home, a to face reality and make Getgadaet r
adults who constantly Vincent wear, what to peanut butter and j elly an honest effort to live the late Wiley George deal with 'conformity" or Murphy eat, what car sandwich was not only within our means, our life and Jean Pittman from trying to adjust their lives we should satisfying, but was highly can be as enjoyable and Marianna, Paul and the AthantelteGog
so they can be in the mix purchase, where we appreciated; and even content as anyone's; no lhantelteGog
with their peers or col- should live and what cred- today a peanut butter and matter what our financial late Flora Barber from and the late Lee Hill from leagues. There are a very it card is the best to use jelly sandwich goes a long status. There is nothing in Cottondale, Cotton and Panama City She join a small group of people in while living out our lives. way to satisfy my the definition of the word Wim ideo rm big brother. Baylor. age 2.
our world who make deci- Major corporations don't hunger. moneye" that pertains to Veda .... *a---to was. ...
sions that can affect all of have time to worry about When we can app reci- happiness. Vd aeTpo a
us in one way or another. our personal feelings, or ate and be thankful for Following trends and born at 1:04 a.m. on Jan. Since their decisions are if we are put in a stressful some of the so called trying to impress others 15 at Jackson Hospital in based on the opinions of situation by trying to live "small things" in life, we can lead to a frustrating MainaShwegd what they feel, should we the kind of lifestyle often can do without many of unhappy life; so why not 7 pounds 3 ounces and always be so eager to fol- promoted. Their objective the fancy or more ex-. concentrate on being as- ws1 ice oga low their beliefs, or should is to make us want their pensive things life has to happy and content an birth. Her parents are we make wise decisions product enough to spend offer. "More power and individual as possible. JenfradhneTp ton. Her grandparents
are Janice Rabon, Julian
Rabon and Harold and
Teacher education program creates advisory board Jane Tipton. She joins a
Special to the Floridan i itr ae

Susan Wegmann, chair of the
Teacher Education Division at The Gabr*iellIe'Jewell'Adamns -"
Baptist College of Florida in Gracev-wabont2:9pm file, held a meeting on Jan. 23 for theonJ.21aJckn new Teacher Education Advisory. optli aina
The oardis mde p of12 rpreShe weighed 7 pounds Th or smd u f1 er-1.l1ounces and wasl191/4. sentatives fo~sigoHle
fromWashngto, Homesinches long at birth. Her and Jackson counties. The board will parents are Jade McRae
offer professional advice regardinganJonAmsHe the courses within the BCF TeacheranJonA msHe
Education program as well as waysganprtsreWlo David McRae, Jr. fromV
to have more student involvement Cie eid ca
in the local classrooms.py In her efforts toward complete frmCiJy onD-I
state Education Chai Susa Teacann leddtedicsso SUBMITTED PHOT vid Adams from Marillesr o h ece d-BCF Teacher Edcto hi ua emn ed h icsinfor the new anna and Terrie Adams
cation program, Wegmann hopes to TahrEuainAvsr or.fo aina
open new doors and spread aware- TahrEuainAvsr or.fo aina
ness about BCF to the surrounding were reached and 4,217 volunteer ing Futures" proves to be very fitting. area. Through the creation of the hours were donated in local schools "My goal is that the board members, Pet 03 Jj)11
Teacher Education Advisory Board, by the BCF Education students dur- local schools, and surrounding com'community connections are be- ing the 2013-2014 academic year. munity will see the BCF Teacher ing formulated and more and more Not only that, but according to We- EdctoAivsoMsa odru
people are becoming aware of BCF gmann, because of BCF Education resource," stated Wegmann. "My and the impressive impact that the student volunteer hours, there has hope is that our students will have. Teacher Education program is hay- been a positive annual economic more opportunities to learn from ing on the community. impact of $32,344.39. real teachers, in real classrooms than
"The more we're in the communi- With the positie impact and ever before." ty, the better," stated Wegmann. This growth that has taken place within For more information about BCF statement is exemplified through the program, the new BCF Teacher and the Teacher Education program, the statistical data compiled from Education program motto, "Opening call 263-3261 ext. 446 or visit the the previous year: over 480 children Minds, Touching Hearts, and Shap- website at www.baptistcollege.edu.

Collins returns from Afghanistan deployment

Special to the Floridan ment to Afghanistan with Aviation Brigade at Hunter Amanda Rabon, said, "his uddy is very respectful to all people, the 10thCombat Aviation Army Airfield in Savan- family would like to let dogs and horses. Neutered, all shots,

returned to Fort Drum, -,-Operation Collins will be on leave we are of him and all his heartwormneai.Nedagrt
N.Y, on Jan. 14, from a .Enduring in February and plans accomplishments. We home. Adores children and doesn't jump on
nine-month deployment Freedom. to visit with family and would also like to thank thmHostrie.id nSpngHre
in Afghanistan. He returned friends in Jackson County. him for his service to our thmHostrie.id nSpngHre
He is a 2007 graduate .- to the U.S. Collins' mother-in-law, country." Rescue 766-2334.
of Sneads High School, -.in October
and joined the Army in Collins 2011.O r~ Lunch Choice of One: Na- Cereal &toast. Choice of Fruit:
June of that year. He was Collins ONTHE MEaaNUq chos Supreme, Assorted Wraps. Assorted Fresh Fruit, Raisins, 40"~Phili
stationed in Germany in most recent deployment SCHOOL MENUS Choose Up to 3: Black Bean & 100% Fruit Juice:.'h
January 2008. to Afghanistan was May FOR FEJ3.3-7 Corn Salad, Seasoned Refried Lunch- Choice of One: ChickCollins deployed to Bas- 2013 and he returned Bean%; Fresh Assorted Fruit, en Nuggets. Ham & Cheese on
ra, Iraq, with 12th Combat along with more than 200 .Chilled Pineapple Tidbits, 100% a Bun, Sides: Steamed Green,
Aviation Brigade in July soldiers from the 10th MONDAY Fruit Juice. Bens 'Sweet Ptt egs
2008for peraion raqi Mounain ivison i Brekfas Coiceof Oe:anFres AssrtedFruidChlle Freedom.~~~~~~~~_ He retrne Jaury04 Chike BisuiAsoe E NEDA Pears ChicBoMMlk


English Poor laws, Tom Paine and airstream trailers
"Been workin' every day farm, herd cattle or pitch to watch your spending or Civil War were limited to costs, one wonders if the the road.
since I was twenty. ... a tent, he opted for more you'd end up there. That select Union veterans and U.S. and other countries What's the message Haven't got a thing to specialized, less labor- is, in the poorhouse. families. Many veterans will be able to meet their here? Take your retireshow ... for anything I've intensive According to the U.S. received no pensions at financial obligations to ment future into your own
done." work ... Or Social Security website, all. their retired citizens. Here hands. Start the NewYear
"Big City" he moved Thomas Paine's "last During the indus- at home, the power of by increasing your retireby Merle Haggard in with his great pamphlet (entitled trial revolution, extended unions rose and peaked, ment plan contribution,
kids." Yikes. 'Agrarian Justice' and American farm families then finally waned, in part whether it be through a Ghe idea that arreeks published in 1797)...was dissolved into nuclear due to unrealistic con- 401(k), a 457, 403(b) or a
worker would stop Margaret provided a controversial call for the families, as younger gen- tracts negotiated between plain old IRA.
collecting a pay- McDowepl residents establishment of a public erations left the farm and labor and management M
check at an advanced age with jugs of system of economic sought jobs in the cities. that failed to account for Margaret R. McDowell ChFC
and enjoy a government olive oil and security..." Paine's plan Early in the 20th century, skyrocketing health care columnist, Chartered Financial
sponsored retirement Rome carried unemployed paid."annual benefits of folks began to live longer, costs for retired workers. Consultant and Accredited Investbenefit is a relatively new citizens "on the dole." 10 pounds sterling ... to creating a "critical mass" As bemused and frustrat- ment Fiduciary, is the founder of idea. The modern concept that every person age 50 and of older citizens needing ed as we all are with the Arbor Wealth Management, LLC,.
Mary-Lou Weisman the state has incumbent older, to guard against economic assistance. So, inefficiency and confu- net), a "Fee-Only" and Fiduciary
writes in the New York obligations to its citizens poverty in old-age." in time, the English Poor sion surrounding our Registered Investment Advisory
Times that once "...it was dates to the English Poor Military pensions actu- laws evolved into a more current national health Firm located near Destin. This customary to carry on laws, which spawned ally represented the first specific U.S. government care initiative, our abil- column should not be considered
until you dropped,..no "poorhouses" for indigent U.S. government spon- economic obligation to ity to rein in those costs personalized investment advice and provides no assurance that
shuffleboard, no Air- citizens. Like me, you sored economic sup- citizens in retirement. may help determine our any specific strategy or investment
stream trailer. When a can probably remember port for retired citizens. With inflation and ability to meet our Social will be suitable or profitable for an
patriarch could no longer your parents telling you Benefit payouts after the increasing health care Security obligations down investor.

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Florida to the bottom?" J
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Republican Party of Flor- lie Crist. What's worse, he ida is spending' at least didn't stay to fix the mess. $100,000 on a Web ad He ranl away. Tried to go to
blaming former Repub- Washington instead. Char- 4
lican Gov. Charlie Crist lie Crist slick politician, for the state's economic lousy governor." 4.
downturn and criticiz- While it's true Flori- i- t,ing him for running for the da's economy tanked .: Jack$o O '
U.S. Senate in the middle while Crist was gover- ,Jac k's o Un Cou
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space on YouTube, Hulu Florida would have been Valentine
and other websites. It caught up in it regardless Grand ldre
comes as now-Democrat of who was governor. StillC ni ; ire
Crist prepares to bring on Scott's campaign and Rea campaign manager in his publicans are making the effort to win back his old economy a main focus .job with his new party and in November's election, as a Quinnipiac Univer- including the faet that Complete the form below;.then submit it, with your grandchild's photo & $18 per submission to:
sity poll this week showed unemployment bas gone Valentine Grandchildren, C/O Jackson County Floridan, RO. Box 520, Marianna, Florida 32447
Crist with an eight-point down since Scott took of- or drop them off at our office at 4403 Constitution Lane.
lead over Republican Gov. fice three years ago, Deadline is 5:00PM on February 7, 2014
Rick Scott. Crist ran for Senate in
The ad lists the state's 2010. While he began the
economic problems under campaign a a Rftbln, hid's Name
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ployment, steep drops in winner Marco Rubio in the Submitted By property values and more. Republican primary.

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Recruiters key to Florida Polytechnic's fixture
The Associated Press They are assigned the in Boston. start to finish, Pierpont also came on board that cruiterwhoseterritorydots
daunting job of identify- "The market has been said, following up on in- month, and the recruiters the state and includes Polk LAKELAND It has ing the right students for challenging for colleges quiries and making sure were brought in shortly af- County, said there does not the land, the budget, the the STEM-focused school, and universities the last potential students have all terward. They learned fast seem to be one particular building and the plan, but guiding them through the several years, if for no the information they need. and hit the ground run- thing that wins students in some ways the success application process and ul- other reason than the de- "We really need to get them ning to high school visits over to the poly. of Florida Polytechnic Uni- timately convincing them mographic changes," she turned into accepted stu- right away. "It's everything," she said.
versity's first year lies with that Florida Poly as new said. "Of course, you need dents and then turned The new university has "It's a combination of it bea group of five fresh-faced as it is is right for them. to couple that with a down into deposit payers." challenges established ing brand new, along with recruiters who are going It's a tough time to sell economy, the net worth Administrators began schools do not face: It has everything else. The kind after the right students out there, said Heather of the middle class on the building the recruitment no reputation to back its of students we are attractwith zeal. O'Leary, a principal ana- decline and the sharp in- team in June with the hir- claims, and accreditation ing are excited to be part
Director of Admissions lyst at a higher education crease in fees." ing of Scott Rhodes, ex- won't come for several of something new; to have Beth Pierpont said the re- research and consulting Florida Poly's recruiters ecutive director of enroll- years. some say in how it's going
cruiters were selected for firm called Eduventures handle the process from meant services. Pierpont Lauren Willison, a re- to be." many attributes, including
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Our Opinion

Count your blessings

S urely there were some people across the Florida 1
panhandle who awoke to disappointment Wednesday because their neighborhood didn't look like ascene from a Currier and Ives lithograph.
Perhaps they should count their blessings instead.
The winter storm known as Leon, Snowpocalyse or
Iceageddon hit the southeast with sleet and freezing
rain, icing up power lines and tree limbs, causing many
to fall under the extra weight. The result, obviously, was
power failure across many areas. ;jj
In Pensacola, two people were believed killed in a ~,
17-vehicle accident that included four semi-trucks on
an icy Interstate 10 bridge crossing the Blackwater. River
Tuesday night. Across the Gulf Coast, vacation destina- aZAMr- OF: TVE RU1N
tions saw bridges and roadways closed in the first winter
storm of such severity in more than a decade.
Ote prs fth ouhas adi frwos. tana uts portend more problems with Obamacare
of social media, a rescue network quickly formed to get resident Barack Obama their incomes and to some extent
medicine to the ill and bring the stranded in from the -'couldn't have been more their ages), they are pushing some
elements. P. emphatic. Critics of the Af- of their costs on to the federal
In the Birmingham, Ala., area, hundreds of children fordable Care Act were predicting it taxpayer," says Yuval Levin, a former
were stranded in their schools, where they spent the would encourage employers to stop Bush administration official and
night with teachers and other staff. Hundreds of mo- offering health insurance to their much-read analyst of Obamacare.
torists abandoned their vehicles aftera. snow and ice workers, forcing them to find new, YYPerhaps more importantly
brought traffic to a standstill. Many were stranded on and possibly more costly, coverage B ronYork though, Obamacare could be
the highways overnight. There were at least five weath- on the Obamacare exchanges. The -'-Ycreating a two-tier system inside er-related deaths in Alabama. president had long scoffed at such the employer-based system. Good
In southeast Alabama, Linda Brannon of Alabama predictions, and at aWhite House Target has a lot of part-time coverage is still a benefit, and Power said the company had about 12,000 customers news conference last April, he employees, but just a few of them companies will include it as part of in the dark at the height of the storm. More than 90 per- sought to put the idea to rest once -, about 10 percent -opted for the compensation packages it offers cent of those homes were back on the grid less than 12 and for all. coverage through the company. the most sought-after workers. But
hours later. Dothan crews worked throughout the night "For the average American out Now, they will most likely purchase employees lower down the ladder? restoring power, with about 1,500 remaining by midday there, for the 85 to 90 percent of insurance on the 'exchanges. Not so much. Wednesday Americans who already have health "The launch of health insurance But companies might still find
The most valuable players of the week are undoubt- insurance, this thing has already marketplaces provides new options that generous coverage is an attracedly the men and women of the utility trade and local happened," he said of Obamacare. for health care coverage that we tive thing to offer the most soughtlaw enforcement and road and bridge workers, whose "And their oniy impact is that their believe our part-time team mem- after workers. They'll keep providunenviable jobs geared up just as the rest of us were insurance is stronger,'better, more bers may prefer," said Target human inig coverage to people at the top. hunkering down. They were out in the thick of it a, secure than it was before. Full stop. resources chief Jodee Koziak. Thus the two-tier system. working to restore power here while nature knocked it That's it. They don't have to worry Target isn't alone in making such Of course, that's not exactly what out there, salting and sanding bridges and monitoring about anything else." a decision. Home Depot, Trader Obama and his Democratic allies
the safety of roadways, and patrolling our highways and Obviously, millions of Americans Joe's and others have also dropped promised when they sold the plan. communities to help motorists or residents in distress. who purchased health coverage coverage for part-time workers. In fact, they assured the public Even in areas like Jackson County that didn't have as on the individual market did have More companies certainly will something like that wouldn't hapmany weather-related incidents as other areas, these something to worry about. And follow, because Obamacare offers pen: "Full stop. That's it. They don't public servants were ready tomeet the challenge deliv- now, it's becoming clear that some a clear incentive for them to drop have to worry about anything else." ered by such an event. They, too, deserve our gratitude, who have health coverage through such coverage, especially since they The president's assurance was for being ready to step into the morass. their job should be worried, too. now can say they're actually doing uttered long before his you-canWe're fortunate in Jackson County in that we didn't Recently, Target announced it will workers a favor by allowing them to keep-your-coverage promise was discover what would happen if-- if motorists didn't drop the coverage it offers part-time buy coverage they "may prefer." exposed as false. Now, Americans heed warnings to stay off the roadways because of the employees, effective April 1. They "This saves the company some know better than to believe what possibility of ice, if schools, businesses and govern- will now be required by Obam- money, and to the extent that work- they hear. mental bodies didn't err to the side of caution and close acare's individual mandate to find ers who were getting coverage now ByronYork is chief political correspondent for operations in time for people to get safely ensconced in coverage elsewhere. get subsidies (which Will depend on The Washington Examiner.
their homes.
We applaud our safety workers who responded to
crashes, who tracked down potential fires from downed C nM c el Ob m rs ueh ba ds presid ncy
live wires, who monitored changes mn the weather and C n M c el b i a e c eh s a d i e c
who braved the elements to undo the havoc done. j resident Barack Obama says dent of Brazil, and Melinda Gates,
We applaud you, too, along with the rest of the resi- ~ that from now on he'll do the co-chair of the-Bill & Melinda Gates
dents of our area, whose respect for inclement weather I..chief executive thing his way Foundation. Hillary Clinton is fifth
has helped mitigate the potential trouble from yet with Congress if possible, with- on the list.
another storm. out Congress when necessary. After the State of the Union, the
And what about'Michelle Obama? Obamas hit the road in opposite
T e G me v le S nScorned as a "feminist nightmare" directions. He set out for Maryby Politico last November because AMarshaMercer land, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, land
she has focused on fitness, health Tennessee to build support for his
Spring into action and gardening instead of elbowingpoiesShwntnatre-y.
her way into policy fights, what's improve lives and reduce health trip, prospecting for campaign gold her next step? care costs for decades to come." in California.
fllorida's springs and other water resources are This might be the year the first It was a canny comparison not In the Los Angeles home of Phil
finally getting deserved attention, lady rescues her husband from lame only because the first lady is more Rosenthal, creator of "Everybody
But it's going to take public pressure on elected duck status by showing him how to popular than the president but Loves Raymond," Mrs. Obama
officials to ensure that talk translates to measures that work around Congress and, more because Let's Move is effective with- warned that her husband wouldn't truly protect water quality and quantity. importantly, by helping Democrats out being threatening. Obama was be able to achieve his goals if both
Last week was filled with promising signs. Ralles were get elected in November's congres- telegraphing the folks at home that houses of Congress go to Republihel arun the stt prmoin the Flriias Cla sina mitr eletins hi plan to act_ unilaterally_ byA- execu +- ca conro in oveber

JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.con LOCAL & STATE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2.2014 7Ar. Hope School names

*- Teacher of the Year
Special to the Floridan

vs Joy Hand has been
chosen as Hope School's
Teacher of the Year.
Hand is in her third year
of teaching at Hope. She
graduated from the University of West Florida
with a Bachelor's degree in
Elementary education and
a minor in Exceptional
Student Education.. Hand
SUBMITTED PHOTO feels honored to be part
Troop 3 Boy Scouts prepare to start their "bike hike"at St. Marks in Tallahassee. This is just one of the Hope School family of many activities the Scouts enjoy together throughout the year. of wonderful students and SUBMITTED PHOTO
great staff members. Joy Hand

Troop 3 to host Scouffest Hope School names Support

at Madison Street Park Personnel of the Year
Special to the Floridan ScoutmasterBillKleinhans, and steel, first aid inforScouts and leaders are ex- mation and materials, and Special to the Floridan Boy Scouts in Troop .3 cited about this new event details of the Camp Alaof Marianna plan to host that will feature many of flo summer camp program Don Holland has been their first Scoutfest to be the great opportunities of- offered to all scouts. selected as Hope School held on Saturday, Feb. 15, fered in scouting to young Boy Scouts and lead- Support Personnel of the at the Madison Street Park boys in this area. Activity ers will be on site to assist Year. in Marianna. and information booths the public and answer any Holland has worked A
The program and dem- will be stationed through- questions. Information at Hope School for the onstrations will start at 8 out the park to allow the packets and applications past 13 years. He has two a.m. The day-long celebra- public to enjoy observing will be available for boys daughters. Holland attion of scouting will pro- and participating in some interested in signing up to tended University of West vide information to the of the following activities: join Troop 3 Boy Scouts. Alabama and is attending public about the Scouting a compass course, building For information about Ashford University, pursuprogram and help in re- a rope bridge, tying rope the Scoutfest and the ing a degree in elementary cruiting boys ages 10-17 knots, campfire cooking, scouting program, call education. Holland *also to join climbing a rock wall, ax Troop 3 Scoutmaster Bill serves as the Hope School SUBMITTED PHOTO
Troop 3 Boy Scouts. and knife sharpening, flint Kleinhans at 526-2897. basketball coach and has Don Holland ................ .......... ............... ......... ............. ........................ led H op e Sch ool Falcon s
...... -to four state champion- as the Sneads Special is a family environment ship titles in basketball, Teams coordinator and and-he loves the students. and soon will be compet- running back coach. Hol- Holland would like to ing for the fifth title. In land enjoys working at thank all the staff for their addition, Holland serves Hope School because it support.

5 Web developers gather

for'Hackathon for Cuba'
The Associated Press

MIAMI Technology experts are
gathering to brainstorm ways to improve access to the Internet and information in Cuba, considered one of the
least connected countries in the Western
SUBMITTED PHOTO The "Hackathon for Cuba!' began FriChipola College Future Educators Club prepares for the workshop day in Miami.
Cuban dissident and online activistYoani Sanchez is expected to deliver openTeacher ore at ing remarks at a reception via Skype.
"The primary purpose is to design solutions that help Cubans break down or
circumvent barriers they face in come munication with each other or with the
outside world," said Natalia Martinez, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Special to the Floridan high-school teachers. Cooperative Learning (K- chief innovation and technology officer Webdeveloper Jose Pimienta will participate Some topics include: 12); Peggy Reihnhan at Roots of Hope, the nonprofit organiza- in "Hackathon for Cuba," hosted by Roots of
The Chipola College Fu- Motivation and Feedback Social Studies Content w/ tion putting together the event. Hope, bringing together web developers and ture Educators Club will along with .ELL Strategies ELA text (Common Core); "The secondary purpose is to create an programmers to brainstorm ways to help hostits sixthAnnualTeach- Grades K-2; Incorpo- Pam Bozeman Getting inclusive and action-oriented conversa- improve connectivity on the island. ex Workshop, Saturday, rating Art Grades K-2; Parents onYour Side -The tion around the impact of technology Critics of President Raul Castro accused Feb. 8, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 Using Graphic Novels 4 A's of Parental Involve- in Cuba, one that involves Cubans from the government of withholding access to p.m. in Building Z, Litera- -Grades 4-6; Coming ment (K-6); Lisa Hamil- different waves of immigration, different control the people. ture/Language. Teachers Soon to a Theatre Near ton Florida Character industries," she said, According to the U.N.'s International
and students interested in You -English 6-12; Us- Counts (Character Edu- On Saturday computer programmers Telecommunications Union, roughly 26 a career in education are ing Math Manipulatives -- cation); Outstanding Math and others will develop ideas for smart- percent of Cubans reported using the invited to attend. Grades 3-5; Hands on with Guides (Math Foldables); phone applications that could be used to Internet in 2012. That was up from less
Future educators cur- the Senses Science 3-5; Heather Bailey -Whole address the challenges citizens face on than 4 percent a decade before. rently enrolled at Chipola Constructive Movement Brain Teaching (K-6); and the communist island: censorship, limit- "One main challenge is that the Cuban with the assistance of the and Music -Grades K-2; Dr. Giang-Nguyen Nguyen ed access to cellphones and the Internet, government seems deeply ambivalent education faculty, staff, Integrating Social Studies -Everno. and expensive service, about the Internet," said Emily Parker, a
and education graduates Grades 2-4; Dystopian PAEC will not be able to Cuba routinely blocks Internet pages former State Department policy adviser will present the free work- Literature -Grades 6-12; offer in-service points for that it finds objectionable, such as the and author of the upcoming book, "Now shop. Chipola students Groundwater -Science participating teachers this home page of the Ladies in White dissi-. I Know Who My Comrades Are," a porwill present hands-on ac- 7-9 and iPad apps for Math year. So instead there will dent group and U.S. government-funded~ trait of Internet activists in China, Cuba tivities that can be used in Math 9-12. be even more food, guests, news broadcaster Radio and TV Marti. and Russia.
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F. M. Golson announces Employees of the Year

Special to the Floridan is a first year teacher. Beard adds, "Public
.Beard is a 2003 graduate school in America has difE M. Golson Elemen- of Malone High School. ferent challenges, but the
tary and Principal Jennifer She received her Associate staff at Golson has made
Hawthorne are proud to of Arts degree from Chipo- the transition easier for
announce Susan Lockey la College in 2006 and her me. I appreciate them."
as Golson's Teacher of the Bachelor of Science de- Beard's parents are
Year. Lockey has proudly gree in Social Science Ed- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
worked at Golson for 37 .ucation from Florida State Beard, and they reside in
years, teaching an esti- University in 2007. Malone.
mated 1,000 students in From 2008-2013, Beard
Support Personnel
her lifetime and work- worked overseas at Tien Supporeonel
ing for all but one Golson Shan International School
principal. in Central Asia. She taught Larry Jackson has been
Susan Stone Lockey is middle and high school narfied Golson's Support
a graduate of Marianna history and elementary Personnel Employee of the
High School and Chipola /. classes aswell. Beard states, Year. Jackson has previCollege. She also received "My experience in an. In- ously held this honor three
a Bachelor of Arts degree ternational school taught times.,
in Early Childhood/El- D r- me to be highly adaptable Jackson began working
ementary Education from to ever-changing situa- at Golson six years ago.
University of West Florida. .... tions. It also helped instill He is a full time 12-month
In 1976, she received her a love of teaching across custodian. He says of his
first job at E M. Golson all grades." job, "I enjoy working with
Elementary as a long term SUBMITTED PHOTO Upon returning home Golson's employees and
substitute in a first and F.M. Golson Elementary Employees of the Year are (from left) Susan Lockey, Larry Jackson and this past summer, Beard also helping out the kids." second grade classroom. Ashley Beard. -was hired at Golson, her Dr. Hawthorne adds,
In the fall of 1976, Lockey first public school job in "Mr. Larry is always workwas permanently hired at Year award by the Jackson joy!" says Lockey. son is apparent." the states and is currently ing. You rarely see him
Golson as a kindergarten County Jaycees. Lockey Dr. Hawthorne, princi- Mrs. Lockey is married teaching second grade. take a break. The staff at
teacher, which she still has also been a member of pal, adds, "The passion to Chuck Lockey and has Dr. Hawthorne, princi- Golson respects his work teaches to this day. Delta Kappa Gamma, an and concern that Mrs. two children, Charlie and pal, says of Beard, "Ashley ethic, which is why I beBeing Teacher of the Year honorary society for wom- Lockey shows for Golson's Anna. works well with her vet- lieve he has received this
is not Lockey's first acco- en educators, and served students and staff, our fa- eran peers. She puts in the honor four of the six years
lades. In 1979, she was first as the President of the Phi cility, and our reputation Rookie Teacher of the hours to learn everything he has been here." chosen as Golson's Teacher Chapter in 2009-10. in the community is admi- Year she can about our school's Jackson is married to
of the Year, and in school "Golson has been a great able. Just talk to her for a Ashley Beard has been curriculum and standards. Brenda Jackson, and they year 1988-89, she received part ofmylife. I love seeing minute about our school named Golson's Rookie We are proud to have have three children, Ahethe Young Educator of the children learn. It's been a and her deep love for Gol- Teacher of the Year. Beard found and hired her!" sha, Taliah and Malik.

Center teaches the disabled painting, other aft

The Associated Press

paintbrush sets Amy"Petty
Her disabilities aside, .
when the paintbrush is in
her hand, it might as well
be the world.
"I can do anything I
want," Petty, a student at
Pyramid's adult day training facilities, said. "I like
being able to paint any-thing I want."
That day, she had chosen
thick-stemmed iris flowers.
The violet and yellow of the
petals were standing distinctly out from the greens
of the grass background.
Petty's works, along with,. ,
that of her classmates, are
not'only "inspired," as an
art critic would say, they're THEASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTOS
down-right impressive. LEFT: Student Aide Jonathan Jones helps Matt Haley with a painting during class at Pyramid Adult Day Training in Panama City. RIGHT: Handmade jewelry The gallery of Pyramid, created by students is available for purchase at a local gallery. a school for mentally and
physically disabled adults, at Pyramid, students learn dents at least. completely hands off," An exhibit of the students'
consists of various styles daily living skills like per- Jonathan Crowley was she said. "All the paintings artworks will be on display BEFORE of art. From paintings to sonal hygiene, how to bal- painting a snow-caked were done by the students in Kaleidoscope's lobby jewelry to sculptures and ance a checkbook or how mountain side, glowing alone." during the production. THE
found art, most mediums to set a table; and also gen- orange in an early morn- She'll demonstrate tech- However, as proud of arerepresented.Andonthe eral education curriculum ing light with deep-green niques and styles that have each'work as the students BOTTOM walls of the tiny front room of basic math skills, read- conifer trees scattered emerged throughout his- are, they aren't ever sad to facing Harrison Avenue, ing, current events and and jutting out from the tory and if one sticks out see them go, Reinfeld said. DROPS
styles of artists throughout history. white pallet. Crowley had to a student, Reinfeld will 'Actually they are conhistory are mimicked with The visual and per- an inclination toward the delve deeper into how to stantly asking me if they OUT...
adept accuracy. formance arts classes, stark contrast of dark sil- get a similar end product. have sold," she said.
"I have a lot of talent in though, teach lessons the houettes in the foreground The school also puts on Much like the starving SELL YOUR here," said Amanda Rein- students otherwise would with sweeping, hazy land- performance arts pro- artists of the big metrofeld, visual arts coordina- not encounter in the real scales in the back. ductions. The latest, "The politan scenes; Pyramid's GOLD
fr "Some take three to world. "It's just fun," Crowley Magic Carpet Ride," they artists expect payment for AT
formonths, and others "It's creative problem said. "It doesn't calm me just wrapped casting in. committing themselves to they can put in half a year solving," Reinfeld said. down; I get excited when I The production will take the canvass. Crowley, who of work into. "They're learning to bal- palnt." place in late July at the Ka- was unwilling to reveal any
"That one took a little ance colors and things like All the students' pieces teidoscope Theatre. The insight into his technique,
less than a year," she said, that, which makes them in Pyramid are completely show will be 26 students was eagerly upfront about JTIi/SM1Iq pointing out a 4-by-6-foot access parts of their brain their own, so a great deal of performing illuisions, skits where the money for his found art project, designed they wouldn't usually." pride and hard work goes and musical numbers. artwork goes. Pi nSt
and painted with methodi- The time and concentra. into each, Reinfeld said. Tickets to the show are free "Ir like to go out to eat," Pi nSt cal precision. "Just working tion creative work requires "'llt teach them blend- and money from sponsors he said. "My favorites are 4432 Lafayette Street a few hours every day." acts as a therapeutic tool, ing techniques on a sepa- will go back to Pyramid to Applebee's and Golden 526-5488
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recognized as being one of county's large population landowners and other on issues specific to their m igh h a e st len the top four river-focused of agricultural land own- who want information on ideas about bringing tourorganizations of its kind in ers establish agri-tourism how to establish a rural ists to their venues. this area of the country opportunities on their tourism venue, such as a The summit is timed in
& m v d n eIt serves Jackson, Gads- property. corn maze or other op- concert with the annual
The Associated Press be dropped and prisoners Franklin and Gulf coun- development profession- or public lands. Flirt can in Marianna. Those Rivreleased if it's determined ties, and Washington and als, and tourism industry be reached at 272-0643 for erWay tours might just TALLAH-ASSEE The the chemist tampered Holmes counties along the partners and stakeholders more information on that cause some of the festival Florida Department of with evidence, Bailey Choctawhatchee River. make up the core of Riv- opportunity. crowd to linger longer as
Law Enforcement an- said. -Hirt hinted that much erWay South A/C, and Hirt But RiverWay's biggest well, Hirt thinks. Broadennounced Saturday it is "This has the potential More is to come from the is expecting about 250 of event o 'f the year will be ing the attention of visitors investigating 2,600 cases of impacting hundreds organization in the future them to arrive for a big niv- held in April, in Marian- who may be here for other handled by a Pensacola- of drug cases across our and encouraged others to er-focused event in April. na. The organization will purposes is a'key to helpbased agency chemist state," Bailey sald. "This take advantage of two up- RiverWay will also host host a tourism summit at ing expand tourism, he after discovering dozens is a total. shock and a coming events that mean the county's leading agri- Chipola College. Flirt said suspects, and the organiof drug cases where pre- disappointment." to loosen the power of cultural tourism special- the foremost experts in a zation isn't about to waste
scription pain pills were The department is using those local river resources ist on Feb. 13. Jane Eckert wide variety of rural tour- the opportunity. swapped out with over- agents from each of its ofthe-counter pills. fices to review all the cases
FDLE Commissioner handled by the chemist,
Gerald Bailey sald the who is on pald leave. He p!1Ojf chemist handled cases is not. being identinied ea a
involving 80 law enforce- while under investigation, Prom Page 1A ment agencies from 35 but Bailey said he hopes counties since he was charges are brought community evident in his hired in 2006. Most, but quickly, at which point the work are a few of the reanot all, of the cases in- chemist will be fired. sons. The countless hours volved testing drug evi- "We are going back and he spends out in the feld dence, though it was -not looking at each case that filming precious day-byimmediately clear how was worked and we are day, night-by-night events many cases might, be going to the evidence that matter to Jackson
compromised. rooms of sheriff's depart- County children, their parThe situation was dis- ments and police depart- ents and their grandparcovered after Escambia ments around the state ents are well-documented County investigators real- and actually physically by the very presence of the ized evidence was miss- looking especially at footage he produces. For ing and later found other the prescription meds many years, he has been evidence packages where to see if what is in that building a lasting record of prescription pills had particular package is in local life. been substituted with fact a prescription medi- Reagan said he was honnon-prescription pills. cation and not in fact an ored by the award, and he It potentially means over-the-counter calcium took a moment, too, to give drug charges will have to tablet," Bailey said. folks a little technical advice. Those who bemoan
the fact that they can't see
Hurst earned a doctor- his cable show for various ate from Mississippi State reasons maybe they're a
University in 2008, a Mas- satellite customer, for inFrom Page 1A ter of Education from Au- stance should get their
burn University in 1999 tech-savvy family mem- >
Workforce Development and a Bachelor of Edu- bers or friends to show at Gadsden State Coin- cation from Athens State them the simple steps they munity College. University in 1997. need to view it by way of a
________________________________ computer hook-up. And,
------Reagan said, more folks Mjrwork includes need to come be a guest DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
cncrete reconstruction on his show. At Thursday's banquet, 2013 Chamber Chairman John Alter passed the gavel to incoming
Tr ff between Malloy Plaza The Leadership Award Chairman Cindy Eade.
From Page 1A and the TA Truck Stop. presentation was one of the annual themes of the as disconnected spans is very much looking forConstruction is slated several highlights of the chamber, the new leaders that, if treated thusly, ward to doing the work into businesses located for completion in the evening, which concluded who take the helm each might lead the Chamber volved in helping lead the off east Whitetail Drive. fall, with the passing of the year, and the overall activi- and its community no- Chamber forward in 2014.
The work is part of the FDOT reminds drivers gavel from 2013 Chamber ties of the chamber mem- where meaningful. With that, she gaveled the
ongoing, $8.5 million to use caution and obey Chairman John Alter to in- bership should be viewed As for Eade, she kept her banquet closed. project to resurface S.R. 71 the posted speed limit coming Chairman Cindy as interconnecting blocks remarks short and to the Chamber CEO /President from the Calhoun County when driving through a Bade. Alter spoke briefly, all building to a common point, saying she does not Jeff Massey was emcee for line to Magnolia Road. construction zone. saying in essence that goal over time, rather than enjoy public speaking but the night's event.

the form of hunger, causing
the child to be constantly
distracted, unable to think,
From Page 1A and unable to behave in acceptable ways, all of which
alleviate hunger -togeth- could be solved with a full
er, we can, they say. stomach at home, not just
Martin teaches sixth after lunch at school."
grade science and social As 2013 drew to a close,
studies at Cottondale High Nthe program was sending
School and helps coach more than 200 bags of food
the Cottondale Hornets home with students each
football team. He is the of- .- I, week. Griffin and another
fensive line coach for the seven volunteers have bejunior varsity squad. come expert baggers; they
Martin is also the pastor can pack as many is 200
of Southern Community in less than an hour. The


Artst beautifies Brevard beaches with his flowers

The Associated Press flower bombs last year.
As pictures of Cook's work
MELBOURNE Beach- have spread on Facebook
es across Brevard County and through the press in
exploded in color over re- -" cities from Grand Rapids
cent weeks, thanks to an to Cleveland, ShurTech
artist dubbed the "flower Brands, which owns Duck
bomber." Tape, responded, giving
Using brightly, hued him two cases so far one
Duck brand duct tape, of which he has been using
cardboard, wire and on the Space Coast.
wooden sticks, David Cook Company officials were
envisions and plants his ,"flower *bombed" earlier
"gardens" wherever he .~.this year, said Melanie
goes. iCanning, communications
The petal-pushing Cook, -Imanager.
who lives in Minneapolis, "He did some great flowdidn't make any mone f ers in front of our offices
planting big, bold blooms here in Avon, Ohio, in our
and butterflies at Jetty ",snow piles," said Canning.
Park. Cocoa Beach. The ) 7;"They look much differExploration Tower at Port '-ent on the beach. We like
Canaveral. The sand be- ..,/what he's doing. Some of
hind the Ron Jon resort, the things he's doing in
where Cook fashioned hospitals .it's just really a
flowers and butterflies on way to bring smiles to peohis bed. ple's faces and utilize Duck
His reward, the 49- 1;Tape to do the unexpected
year-old said, came from and lift spirits."
watching the reactions of Cook has advice as hardy
passers-by who view his ______as a perennial for young
creations. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS5PHOTOS artists who, stifled by ex"I never stand beside Minneapolis-based artist David Cook poses with his flowers, made of duct tape, cardboard, wooden sticks and wire, on the pectations or convention, my work. I stand back beach in front of Ron ions Cape Caribe Resort in Brevard. He spends hours and days designing and creating large colorful might feel as unsatisfied far enough just to guard butterflies, flowers and whatever he thinks of, to surprise passersby at different locations. as he once did. them," he said, pointing, few minutes. The plants that come And he had always liked ing the sunflowers in Spain "Just do it. Make art,"
to the lawn chalr that was "It's beautiful. Gor- pouring from Cook's head, flowers, but fell in love and their "almost-human" Cook said. his perch on the beach at geous," Watson told Cook heart and hands might not with sunflowers and their faces. "Art is not something
Cape Canaveral. as the incoming tide start- have taken root years ago. colors as he walked the "I just love Duck Tape you want to do, it's some"It's more fun watching ed to lap at the "stems." As a child in Minneton- El Camino de Santiago trail the colors are so vibrant," thing you have to do. Life people from a distance "It's amazing to see this ka, Minn., he said, he was in Spain three years ago. Cook said. is so strange. And it can be
and seeing their faces, on the beach." ~ a closetedd artist" who While he's made flow- He sowed his first shoots short. At almost 50, I'm dowatching them respond. Many struck up a con- played hockey and other ers out of materials like in a scrapyard. Moved on lug something so flling, You don't have to say any- versation with Cook and sports but loved making broken mirrors and wire, to snowdrifts. Hospitals. making people so happy. thing the flowers speak his friend, artist Janet Mar- clay figurines. Cook started growing Public places, like parks ... I could die knowing I did for themselves." tin of Minneapolis, who Not until his 20s did he them from Duck Tape a and the Cocoa Beach Pier, something that made peoNear the Ron Jon Resort, has a daughter in Brevard become a, serious artist. couple of years ago, recall- where Cook first dropped ple smile. It's incredible." Cook grinned as people Couinty.
posed for photos by his Seven years into sobri- ''~ ~~ ~--artwork. Many simply ety, Cook credits Martin
stared at the 13 pieces, and her family with the
some of which took four to support he needed to not
five hours apiece to create, only survive, but thrive.
and smiled. "This is the result of getJanice Watson of Co- ting well," he said. "Seven '-W f onu~
lumbus, Ohio, was one of years later, I'm standing V~
more than a dozen people here on a beach watching
who approached the flow- people enjoy this. It's
ersin he pa ofjus asureal" The Jackson County Supervisor of Elections' Off ice#

will be conducting a CandidIate Workshop for anyone~
interested in running for county or municipal office

in 2014. Topics will include:
ffices up for Election in 2014
*Becoming a Candidate
Qualifying for Office
*The Petition Process
kH ;,V Political Advertising
*Cam pa ign Contributions and, Expenditures
~> For *Reporting Requirements
Frmore information please call the Supervisor of
Elections at 482-9652.

Date/Time: Tuesday, February 4, 2014
@ 10:00 a~m.
Location: Supervisor of Elections Office
2851 Jefferson Street,
Marianna, FL

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Bulldogs go to 24-1

with win over Bay
ay, Marianna's
BY DUSTIN KENT my White 12, and Trey Clemmons 11. various
dkent@jcfloridan.com Bay led 29-17 in the second quarter before the Sh-q a i "
Baker takes
Bulldogs stormed back with a 19-4 run to take a a s i
The Marianna Bulldogs wrapped up their regu- 36-33 halftime lead, and then took control in the paint during a
lar season with a perfect 3-0 week capped off by a second half. I game against
71-60 victory over the Bay High Tornadoes on Fri- "They pushed us around a little bit early on," .BayHighon
day night at home. Marianna coach Travis Blanton said of the Friday night.
Herman Williams scored 16 points to lead the
Bulldogs, with Shaquariou.9 Baker adding 14, Tom- See BULLDOGS, Page 2B LORIE NABLE/FOR THE FLORIDAN

Chiplp G SPoplar Springs

Chipley tops GHS eliminates

BY DUSTIN KENT Malone from

GRACEVILLE For the fourth strict tou ney
straight game, the Graceville
Tigers gave an inspired per- BY DUSTIN KENT
formance against a premier dkent@jcfloridan.com
Panhandle team.
And for the fourth straight time The Malone Lady Tigers' season came to a
Friday night, they only had a loss disappointing end Friday night in Milton, as
to show for it. they fell for the third time in three tries to the
After a solid showing in a road Poplar Springs Lady Atomics in the semifinals
loss to the top-ranked 1A team of the District 1-1A tournament.
Malone last week, Graceville Poplar Springs took the first
faced off with the No. 2 team two matchups of the season by
Chipley and came away with seven and four points and picked
another tough loss, falling 58-5 1. up the third and most significant
Trent Forrest scored 23 points win of the series 53-45 thanks to
to lead Chipley, with Adrian Sims 41 combined points from Shanearia James
adding 13 points, and Tyrome and Beth Hall.
Sharpe 12. Angelica Livingston had 18 points and
Derrick White had 17 for : Curteeona Brelove 15 for Malone, but it wasn't
Graceville, which got to within enough against a Poplar team that simply apthree of its rival neighbors in pears to have had the Lady Tigers' number
the final 90 seconds but could this season.
not break through and get that "We just got out-executed. It's.that simple,"
signature win over an elite team. Malone coach Preston Roberts said after the
Despite falling Friday for the game. "(James) shot the ball very well and
fourth straight time, GHS coach hit some big threes for them and (Hall), got
Matt Anderson said he is excited to the hole and opened some things up for
about the direction his team is them. They both had great games. We couldn't
going in. keep (Hall) from getting to the basket and we
"I couldn't be more proud of couldn't keep a hand in (James') face."
the kids," he said. "I know they're James led the way for Poplar with 23 points,
tired of the results, but We're so with Hall adding 18.
close to where we want to be. The game was tied 21-21 at the half, but the
I think Chipley is probably the Lady Atomics surged out to a double-digit early
best team in 1A and we had some in the fourth quarter, only to see Malone fight
chances against them with some back to cut it to 46-40 with 1:20 left in the game.
good looks late that just didn't go But the Lady Tigers got no closer and will
in." have to sit out the playoffs despite coming
Chipley led 50-42 early in the into Friday's game on aseven-game win streak
fourth quarter following a three- and finishing with 16 total victories.
point play from Sharpe on a "To say we're disappointed would be an unpretty reverse layup, with Sharpe derstatement," Roberts said. "We wanted to
later making it a 10-point game see the seniors go out on a high note, but at the
with a transition layup with just end of the day everybody wants to win at this
over four minutes to play. time of the year and you've got to go in and beat
But four straight free throws them. Nobody is going to give you anything.
from Derrick White and a left Give Poplar Springs credit; they wanted it more
corner three-pointer from Dean- than we did.
gelo Bell cut the Chipley lead to "The tough thing is you're playing in a district
54,-51 with 1:33 remaining where I thought there were fourvery good teams
Forrest threw an errant pass ... "that had a legitimate s hot to win it, but two deon the ensuing possession for ,,... .. serving teams were going to get left at the house.
Chpeytatws necetd yItsatough pill to swallow because my girls Al Davis, but the outlet pass was :o... ....: worked hard all year. We had our ups and downs,
stolen right back by Sharpe, who ,': -L' : but they worked hard all year and deserved it as
went in for a two-handed dunk ESTALM0TT/F0R THE FLORIDAN much as anyone else. But at the end of the day,
Chipley's Tyrome Sharpe (30) and Daniel Floyd try to block the shot of Graceville's somebody has got to win and somebody has got See CHIPLEY, Page 2B Derrick White during a game Friday night at Graceville High School. to lose, and unfortunately that was us tonightt"

Tigers dominate second half, beat Sneads ........

dkent@jcfifoidancom Lockett had 13 each. tually we could get a few stops
Alphonso Brown scored 15 and pull away and we were able ....
In the first meeting between points to lead the Pirates, which to get a few stops in third quar- H
the teams on Jan. 9, it took a dropped to 6-18 on the year. ter. We were scoring the ball easy : huge 16-0 run in the final three Sneads stayed within striking and shot it about as good as we i minutes for the Malone Tigers distance for the first half, trailing can shoot it. It was just a real : to escape with a win over the 44-33. good night." ...
Sneads Pirates. But the Tigers were able to Malone will next compete in........
In Friday night's rematch in continue their hot shooting in the District 1 tournament at A ....
Malone, there was no need for the second half, while the Pirates Bethlehem that begins Tuesday, Malone's Chai
any such drama, as the top- cooled off considerably and but as the top seed the Tigers .Baker tries
ranked Tigers capped off their watched the No. 1 team in 1A have a bye into Friday's semifi- to dunk over
regular season in style with an take total command. nal round to take on the winner Sneads' Darius
87-48 annihilation of the Pirates "The first half was just a scor- of Ponce' de Leon vs. Central. Wlim
to go to 21-4 on the year. ing contest, I felt like, especially Sneads opens play in the Dis- during a game
Chai Baker scored 24 points "in the second quarter when we trict 2 tournament in Graceville ~.Friday night in to .lead the way for Malone, with were basically just swapping on Tuesday by taking on the host Malone.
Antwain Johnson adding 21 and baskets," Malone coach Steven Tigers at 7:30 p.m. JENNIFER BASFORO/FOR THE FLORIDAN

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[ 4) Kindel Awards 55.5-32.5 High Team Hdcp. Series: We're Back 2802
5) James & Sikes 48-40 High Game Scratch: Bettie Grinsted 189; Jason 258 Sports Bries
MONDAY NIGHT HI ROLLERS 6) Jim's Buffett & Grill 42-46 High Series Scratch: Bettie Grinsted 481; Jason 740
7) Pacers 41-47
TEAM STANDINGS 8) Family Dentistry 40-48 WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED High school boys basketball
Jan. 27 9) Marianna Animal Hospital 31-57 TEAM STANDINGS
W-L High Game: LuAnn 196; Lynn 248
1) #1 48-38 High Series: LuAnn 540; Don Foley 633 Jan. 29 District tournaments begin this week, with
2) Marianna Office Supply 47-37 High Team Game: Verizon: 935 WL Marianna hosting the District 1-4A tourney and
3) Mary's Day Care 45.5-35.5 High Team Series: Verizon: 2736 1) Smith's Supermarket 59-21 2) Hump Day 45-35 Graceville hosting the District 2-lA tourney,while
4) Adams Funeral Home 40-44 TUESDAY NIGHT MIXED 3) P.C.B.D.T. 45-35
5) Trouble 32.5-51.5 4).Kindel Awards 45-35 Malone will travel to Bethlehem for the District
6) Fly by Night 15-35 TEAM STANDINGS 5) Big Lots 43-37 1-A tourney.
High Team Hdcp. Game: Adams 754 Jan. 28 6) 2 Pair of Nutz 43-37
High Team Hdcp. Series: Fly by Night 2335 W-L 7) Marianna Wash & Wax 39-41 )) The District 2-lA schedule for Tuesday's first
High Game: Betty James 196; Bill James 222 1) We're Back 58-30 8) 4 Shades of Grey 38-42 round: Altha vs. Wewahitchka, 4:30 p.m.; CottonHigh Series: Helen Williams 488; Maurice Dukes 561 2) Jason's Crew 52-36 9) Whiskey Throttle 36-44 TUESDAY MORNING COFFEE LEAGUE 3) Backwoods Bowlers 51-37 10) Kindel Pro Shop 34-46 dale vs. Blountstown, 6 p.m., Graceville vs. Sneads,
4) Ba-Zin-Ga 46.5-41.5 11) E Sound Machine 28-52 7:30 p.m.
TEAM STANDINGS 5) X-Men 45.5-42.5 12) James Gang 25-55
Jan. 28 6) Oak Creek Honey Bees 42-46 High Team Hdcp. Game: Marianna Wash & Wax 1022 The sernifihals will be Friday, with Vernon facing
W-L 7) James Gang 41.5-46.5 High Team Hdcp. Series: Kindel Awards 2884 the of Blountstown/Cottondale
1) Downhome Dental 57-31 8) Deadwood 38.5-49.5 High Game Scratch: Carmen Foley 193; Al Pumphrey tewne fBonsonCtodl t73 ~.
2) Gazebo 56.5-31.5 9) Brantley's Bunch 35-53 269 and the winner ofAltha/Wewahitchka playing the
3) Verizon 56-32 10) El Rio 27-62 High Series Scratch: LuAnn 539; Al Pumphrey 785 winner of Graceville/Sneads at 6 p.m.
High Team Hdcp. Game: James Gang 1003 wne"o rcvleSed t6pm
The championship game will be Saturday at 7
a P In the District 1-4A semifinals, West Florida will
play Pensacola Catholic in Pensacola at 7 p.., and
Marianna will host Walton at 7 p.m.
The championship game will be Saturday night in
BY DUSTIN KENT jumpers and Glover hitting Her second triple in a Marianna at 7 p.m.
dkent@jcfloridan.com a shot from the baseline to row made it 16-2 with 3:02 )) The first round of the District I-IA tournament
make it a 31-point lead. left in the first quarter, and will be played at the site of the higher seeds TuesSNEADS The Sneads Sabrina Rizo capped she then added another day: Poplar Springs at P~Mion, Bethlehem at Laurel
Lady Pirates cruised into off the run with a three to triple and a steal and layup Hill, Ponce de Leon at Central.
Saturday night's District make it 60-24 with 7:36 to to make it 23-8 with 6:53 to In Friday's semifinals, the winner of Paxton/Pop2-lA championship game pl.halftime. lar Springs will play the winner of Laurel Hill/Bethwith an easy 64-29 vic- Walding led Wewahitch- Ashtin McMullian then lehem at6p.m., and Malone plays the winner of
tory over the Wewahitchka ka with 10 points, added another trey and Central/Ponce de Leon at 7:30 p.m.
Lady Gators.e Martin tripled again to
As the top seed, the Lady Hrets give Blountstown a 29-10 Chipolabasketball
Pirates had a bye past season lead.
Tuesday's first round and The Blountstown Lady After consecutive buck- Chipola men's and women's basketball teams
took on the Lady Gators, JENNIFER BASFORD/FOR THE FLORIDAN Tigers earned the first spot ets by Brigham following will travel to Niceville onWednesday to take on who advanced to the semi- Sneads' Emily Glover tries in Saturday's title game by Cottondale turnovers, Bi- Northwest Florida State before. finishing the week finals thanks to a 34-31 win to 'dribble by a Wewahitchka rolling by the Cottondale ana Martinez made a la- Saturday on the road against Pensacola State. over Graceville. defender during a District 2 Lady Hornets 56-16 in the yup in the final minute of The.women's games will start at 5:30 p.m. folBut the Lady Pirates left tournament game Thursday first semifinal Thursday the half to make it 39-10 at lowed by the men at 7:30 p.m., little drama in Thursday's night in Sneads. evening, the break.
game, jumping out to a the Lady Gators.were able The Lady Tigers domi- A basket by Cheyanne 30-3 lead and never being to trim the margin to 38-16 nated the game from the Franklin and consecutive High school softball
seriously threatened. at the halftime break. outset, starting with a 16-2 hoops from Deunna Gon- Tuesday Munroe at Marianna, 5:30 p.m.; Godby Aaliyah Williams scored It was 38-20 after bas- run and never leading by zalez gave the Lady Hor- at Sneads, 5 p.i.; Graceville at Chipley, 6 p.m.
17 points to lead the Lady kets by Tara Walding and less than double digits the nets a 6-0 spurt to start the Wednesday Holmes County at Graceville, 4 p.m. Pirates, while. Logan Neel Ireland Hamm to start the rest of the way. third quarter, but Blount- Thursday Marianna at Graceville, 4 and 6 p.m.;
added 15, Chasity McG- third quarter, but Sneads Demeca Martin scored stown outscored CHS 17-0 Chipley at Sneads, 4 p.m. and 6p.m.
riff 10, and Tasherica Mc- answered with a 22-4 run 16 points to lead Blount- over the final 14 minutes of Friday Godby at Marianna, 4 and 6p.m. Milon, Emily Glover, and to blow the game open. stown, while Alexis Spei- the game. Wyneria Jones six each. Baskets by Neel and Mc- ghts added 12 points, and McMullian added eight Sneads coach Andy Griff were followed by a Jayla Brigham 10. points and Martinez CAlmni Weekend
Ward started substituting three-pointer from Wil- Martin scored all 16 of seven for Blountstown, freely after jumping out to liams to make it 46-20, her points in the first half, with Brook-lynn Brown aino ab a te n ther, families, and fans the 27-point lead just 10 with McGriff later adding making four three-point- scoring six points to lead lege BaseballAiumniWeekend set for Feb. 7-8. minutes into the game, and a pair of long two-point ers in the process. Cottondale. The weekend begins with two Chipola baseball
-games on Feb. 7. Chipola plays Shelton State at 10
adm. andWalters State at 1 p.m.
A golf tournament featuring a four-person,
scramble format tees off at 12:30 p.m. at Indian
Springs Golf Club. All golfers are invited to tee it
BY DUSTIN KENT this year winning all five meant this week. up with current and former Major League Basedkent@cfloridan.com previous county games by "We -came out focused bal n fors a g A ai
double figures Marianna and played real hard and sOnFeb.i, events kick offwithChipoavs.Walters The Marianna Bull- coach Travis Blanton said did a good job of doingalot Fteb. 8,enso fw ithCanral ters
dogs got more than they he wasn't surprised that the of the little things," Hornets State at 10 a.Rn., followed by the a ualmAlumni
bargained for Thursday lss alcm tCS oc hi br ad Home Run Derby, Jersey Retirement Ceremony for
bagane fr husdyclosest call came at CHS. coach Chris Obert said. 203MLB All-Star Patrick Corbin, a silent auction
night in Cottondale, but "I knew it would be like "The effort was real good. 21 Llt r ati CnM a uto n
as 'don alost .during the derby, and an MLB /MiLB autograph.
as they've done almost Al that," the coach said. "It's A lot of times when you session to follow. The annual alumni dinner will
year, they .found a way to always tough to win here. play that hard you make begnat7p~m with special guest speakersand
end up in the win column. (Cottondale coach Chris up for some mistakes. For entertainment to be announced.
The Bulldogs earned Obert's) kids played really us, that's the kind of effort tab nhnson and members ofoche
their 23rd win of the sea- LORE NABLE/FOR THE FLORIDAN well. They came in there we're going to need go- Althip Committee Nathan Marks ('00), Andrew
son despite a sensational Marianna's Jamel Johnson with something to prove. ing forward in the district Gay (07), Jason Barber (t6) invite all former effort from the Hornets, hangs in the air on a layup They just played very hard tournament because every ('07), an Barber ('06) t inte al fome turning back the upset bid attempt while Cottondale's and very well. They'll keep game is a tough one from porsand cipa in to won d 'n supt and taking a 71-66 victory. Kadeem Webb tries to block playing for the next 'several here on out and they all porin drm atn intw eekedusrphne Herman Williams scored tfe shot from behind during weeks if they play like they mean something." For information, visit www.chipola.edu or phone 25 points to lead the Bull- a game in Cottondale on did tonight." Kadeem Webb added 13 Coach Johnson at 850-718-2237.
dogs, who moved to 23-1 Thursday night. The Hornets found suc- points for Cottondale and
on the year, while Tre Lee one-bucket margin at 60- cess early on with their Tristan Braxton had 12. Sports item
had 18 points to lead the 58 with 3:14 remaining, pressure "defense which Trey Clemmons scored Hornets, who fell to 9-12 in But CHS could not take led to 20 turnovers on the 16 points for Marianna, Send all sports'items to editorial@jcfloridan.com, or fax them to their regular season finale.' advantage of multiple op- night, though the Bulldogs with Shaquarious Baker 850-482-4478.The mailing address for the paper is Jackson County Cottondale led by six af- portunities to tie, and the returned the favor after adding 12. Floridan PO. Box 520 Marianna, FL32447
ter the first quarter before Bulldogs were able to pull falling behind and forced The Hornets will next -,
Marianna used a 23-12 away in the final two min- CHS into 22 miscues. play Blountstown on Tuessecond period to take a 35- utes thanks to a big basket While the execution day night in the first round 30 halftime edge. from Williams and a clutch wasn't always clean for of the District 2 tourna- NOTICE OF QUALIFICATION
But the underdog Hor- three-pointer from Jamel Cottondale, the overall ment, while the Bulldogs M T W ELECT I
nets refused to go away, Johnson. performance is one that will host the District 1- FORMA O IT WNE C IN
cutting the margin back While the Bulldogs have must be encouraging for 4A tourney and take on to two going into the dominated against Jack- the Hornets heading into Walton in the semifinals NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the
fourth and keeping it a son County opponents the District 2-lA tourna- Friday night. Town of Malone, a municipal corporation of
________________________________________________________________ Jackson County, Florida, will be receiving
qualifying applications for a Town Clerk four
Ch p e urprise to him. tournament this week. we are going into the play- year term position, two Council Member
'Aytime you come into Graceville dropped to offs," he said. "We weren't positions for four year terms and one FromPag lBraceville and play a team 12-12 in its regular season that great at the start of the Council Member unexpired two year term
Fro~aglBthat's coached by Matt finale and will host the Dis- year, but Ithinkwe've made position.
with just under a minute Anderson, you know it's trict 2 tournament starting a lot of strides and we're to play. always going to be a dog- Tuesday. showing, that we can be a Qualifying begins at 12:00 Noon on Monday,
Graceville had two more fight," he said. 'Trent For- GHS ends the year on a pretty darn good basketball February 17, 2014 and will end 12:00 Noon chances to cut the deficit rest and Tyrome Sharpe four-game losing streak, team."Frdy to two on clean three-point have been able to make big but Anderson said he be- Rashard McKinnie and inorancnFeury 21, 2014.yin Furter
looks from Marquavious plays for us when we need lieves his team is carrying Jalen' Lawson also scored inomtncnerngqafygpprs Johnson, but each rimmed it all year and they were positive momentum into nine points for Graceville, election fees, etcetera; please contact the out and GHS was never able able to make some big the postseason. with Bell and Johnson get- Town Clerk at (850) 569-2308, between the
to get closer, plays at the end. We were "I feel good about where ting eight each. hours of 7:30 A.M. and 3:30 P.M., from 12:00
Chipley led for the final fortunate to get a win." ____________________ Noon to 1:00 P.M. the office is closed for
19:13. of the game but had Chipley wrapped up its f, ,.> lunch. Said election will be held on Tuesday,
difficulty shaking free of regular season with a re- ) V April 8, 2014, at Malone Town Hall,bew n
Graceville, which coach cord of 18-2 and will next qn[1SUr'.;nlce" [~~ the hours of 7:00 A.M. through 7:00 P.M.
Joel Orlando said was not a compete in the District 3
__________________________-Paying too much for your Applicants must be 18 years of age or older,
and a legal resident of the Town of Malone
B. LP Lldogs upps player Antavious Home and Auto Insurance? for 12 (twelve) months, the State of Florida
FromnPgedlBresurence i th- Let Us Help!! for one year, registered to vote in Jackson
ness and rebounding off Mariunna 's LretSelection C0ony Forid qaniid aepettonsigMne.
Tornadoes. "Late second the bench, while the senior Lret1 rmr ulfe lcoso aoe
quarter we kind of figured White came up with his with the Lowest Prices The signatures have to be approved by the
out the game we were going biggest performance of the County Supervisor of Elections Office at the
to have to play A year ago, season on 'Senior Night,' rate of 10 cents per name. The payment is
we couldn't play that type of knocking in 4-of-4 from . Life to be paid from the candidates campaign
game because we were too the three-point arc. Auto account. The deadline for turning in your
young and inexperienced. Marianna finishes the approved signature petition is by Noon,
But now these kids are will- season at 24-1 and hosts oeFebruary 21, 2014. Please see the Town
ing and able to play in a the District 1-4A tourna- Mobile Home Clerk for more information on the qualifying
game that's more physical. ment Friday in a semifinal requirements.
"Bay came at us and deliv- against the Walton Braves. J. Coyle Mayo
ered a punch; the good thing With a win, the Bulldogs ,,,,,A ... Registration election books will be closed
is we took the punch, wiped would take on the winner o ac 0 04
the blood off our faces, and of Pensacola Catholic vs. ,o ac 0 04
then we fought back" West Florida in Saturday S .. Town of Malone is an equal opportunity employer.
j The coach credited back- night's district title game.

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Goodell mentionsc more playoff teams, replay

The Associated Press number of incidents that players, individually and )) The NFL is working to
you look at. A lot of times collectively, to talk about convince a federal judge NEW YORK If Coin- they'll say, 'That's not re- the circumstances. What in Philadelphia that the
missioner Roger Goodell viewable.' Look into that, needs to be done?" Goodell tentative $765 million setgets his way, change could for example." said. tlement reached with forbe coming to the NFL. New England Patriots Speaking two days before mer players who sued the
Adding playoff teams. owner Robert Kraft likes the Denver Broncos and Se- league about concussions
Monitoring instant replay the suggestion. attle Seahawks play in East "can provide the kind of
from league headquarters. "Games should be stan- Rutherford, N.J., Goodell benefits that we intended,
Posiby ceain a etofdardized and have the did not respond directly to and we're confident that
guielnestopreen lok-same people making the questions whether other we'll get there";
er-room bullying. calls," Kraft said. "I don't cold-weather cities. with The difficulty in sellShort on details or pre- want to ever lose a game outdoor stadiums could ing out wild-card playoff
cise timetables, and ac- based on poor interpreta- host NFL championship games resulted from "misknowledging he'll need tion of rules by (different) games. takes that were made by us,
approval from team own- officials." During his opening re- the NFL, and our clubs,"
ers for action, Goodell Another focal point, ac- marks, Goodell said: "One and not fans' fault, and that
paite te ictreofancording to Goodell, will be unique aspect about the improving stadium safety
ever-evolving, league dur-preventing the kind of al- focus for this year's Su- "sacicalcopnt" ing his annual pre-Super leged bullying that rocked per Bowl has been on the The NFL is "not acBowl news conference, the Miami Dolphins this weather. Of course, we tively considering" allowheld Friday in a theater in TESOATDPSSseason. cannot control the weath- ing players to use marimidtown Manhattan. NFL comissioner Roger Goodell speaks at a hews conference "'earaybgnds n odyuw eegigjaafrmdclraos
Goodell said "there's a lot Friday in New York. cussions with outside to embrace the weather. but "that's something we
of benefits" to increasing parties. I've discussed it Here we go." would never take off the
the postseason field from Eagles, sounded in favor of mendations to the 32 own- with the union, I've also Among other topics ad- table, if it can benefit our 12 to 14 clubs, the idea, with a couple of ers about having replays met with several groups of dressed by Goodell: players."
"We think we can make caveats: He wouldn't want from all games overseen the league more competi- to let too many teams into by the league office. tive. We think we can make the postseason, and he'd Major League Baseball the matchups more com- like to hear more about recently joined the NHL as petitive toward the end of scheduling, sports that have central- .
the season. There will be "We don't want to be- ized replay systems. more excitement, more come like some other "We think there's, plenty memorable moments for sports, where it's too easy of room for us to improve our fans. And that's some- to make the playoffs," Lu- the game of football, and___ _thing that attracts us," nie said. 'Adding one team officiating in particular.
Goodell said. "We think we would not put us in a What we all want is consiscompetitive standpoint. tion. But when you would officiating," Goodell said. So this will continue to play the games, I think, is Pittsburgh Steelers owner get very serious consider- very important, so that the Dan Rooney said he needs .
ation by the competition following games, you have more information before committee." virtually aneultm deciding wheteh'db
That sort of proposal prepare." in favor.
would require "Yes" votes Making a not-so-subtle "Our situation is different "0
from 24 of the 32 owners. reference to mistakes by than hockey. But I think At least one who attend- game officials this season, we should look at everyed Goodell's speech, Jeffrey Goodell said that commit- thing," Rooney said. "MayLurie of the Philadelphia tee also will make recoin- be we want to expand the

"The churches of Christ Bible Questions, Bible Answers: Are We Saved By Water?
greet you" I Pet.3:20-21
Romans16:16The New Testament teaches that in thle Christian Age, water baptism is tor the
remission of sins (Acts 2:38, Acts 22:16). In today's lesson, we will use Scripture to l, \
Eld rs:demonstrates that it is hrue and completely reasonable that God would include woter BennyCarrin His plan tar saving mankind from his sins. Open your Bibles, and tallow along...
DvdRegister ,Introduction:
David1. (2 Tim. 2:15) To-be 'approved unto God', we must study His word.
Raymond Chapman .2. Baptism Stands Between..
Jim $wails The Sinner, and salvation (Mark 16:15-16). The Sinner, and remission oftsins (Acts
Deacos: 2:38). The Sinner, and becoming a 'San at Gad' (Gal. 3:26-27). The Sinner, and
beacons:having sins washed away (Acts 22:16)J
Michael McLean ,.The sinner and being 'oftChrisf (1 Car. 1: 10-13) The sinner and rejoicing (Acts 8:39) 0
James Pelham Consider the following truths.... "
Gln Hf Israel & The Red Sea W
Donnie Hall (Exodus 14:21-31) -The Lord (by water) saved them tram the Egyptian army. It also, I
HenryDrouilardseparated them from slavery & bandage Miniter* (2Kins 51i Naamah & The Jordan River
Miniter (2King 6:14-7) By dipping in the water in obedience to Gad,
Tom BwlingNooman was cured. He was given a new body flesh like a baby.
850-482- 2605 office (esi6-;111I. Noah and The Flood Waters
850-372-41.37 home(esi6-1 Peter 3:20), God used the waters destroyed the wicked.
preachertembawing@gmail.com The power at Gad and the waters gave Noah a new lite.
4448Rivr Rad ike sral -we ainvictory and are no longer slaves (1 Peter 3:20-21).
Marianna, FL 32446 Like Noaman we are barn again (Jn 3:3-5),
Phone: 850-482-2605 Like Noah we are given a new lite (Romans 6:4)
Email: Conclusion:
cavemsrood@embarqmoll.com :1. Saved by Water?
www.covernsroadchurchofchrist.org 2. In none at these cases is the saving power in the water itself.
a. The saving power is in Gad (Eph. 2:8).
Service Times: b. Throughout history, God has used water as an instrument to accomplish salvation,
should we be surprised that Gad connects water with salvation today'?* Sunday Morning: 7(Mark 16:15-16)


Fish-ilrg Repor

LkSeminole In the creeks, use Carolina or bass will not be very active. On a
(1i jii t~ rBasss fishing is slow due to the Texas-rigged lizards. Rat-L-Traps positive note, the few fish taken
crent cold snap. Try jerkbaits, or similar lures are recommended right now are likely to be quality particularly suspending-type lures. when fishing points and jig fish- individuals. With these, reluctant fish may at mng is good mn or around wood Return to the creek mouths with ki.l ~times be tempted to. bite. structure. crankbalts and Texas-rigs when thie
i'~11UJerkbaits can be especially ef- The hybrids are still on the water warms.
a c r e am defective later in the day as water deeper ledges, but for now are Catfish will be slow, but now
warms. Heavily weighted so~t- suspended and slow to bite. is the time to look forward to a Tim not afraid of ye n p la st ic Texas rigs may be effective Crappies remain deep and have warm-up and expect the larger
omous snakes. I don't in grassy areas. When the weather slowed down. For now, continue channel cats, blues, and flatheads
fear bears, wild boars, warms, fish the same bats with fishing minnows and tipped jigs to become more active in the taileven mountain lions. less weight. around deep structure. Shallow up waters soon.
Waist-deep in an alliga- Crappies are slow to fair. Both as the water warms. Crappies are still slow and will
tor-infested swamp? No minnows and jigs may work. jig- Breamn and catfish remain very remain so for awhile. As on the
big deal. I'm an outdoors- -'fishing will improve markedly as slow for now. reservoirs, they are due to become
man. I take most. fearsome the approaching spring weather keAdw/more active with warmer weather.
things in stride. Bobliornegay warms consistently. ILe Anres Hybrids and breamn continue on
So what does scare me? OutdoorsColumnist Bream, catfish and other species ChEattah~ooch~ee River the slow side.
Well, it has nothing to do gender .ow~sadn, aesilrltvl ncie The largemouths will congregate
with the outdoors. I fear received cards from every- on the main river ledges, where it is
Valentine's Day. I shudder one else. Miss Kate "Val- Lake Eufaula possible to catch one occasionally Generation schedules, pool levels, and other
totik tslestanto entined" each of us, bless Bass are reported as slow. Jigs, on jigging spoons and jig-and-pig such information for area waterways may be to tinkit' les tan vvOobtained by calling toll-f ree 1-888-771-4601. weeks away. her heart, with a sweetly Texas-rigs and both lipped and lip- combos. Follow the recorded instructions and access the
Halloween, which is inscribed card and a tiny less crankbaits are lures of choice. Fishing will be slow, as the touch-tone for the Apalachicola River System. supposed to be scary, pink box of "red hots." doesn't hold a candle to With conspiratorial Valentine's Day. Age has sneakiness, I waited for NT% Brief'
conquered my-fear of Sally's bag to fill then ghosts and goblins, but sneaked a peek inside. Eu- Goodell: London further During his state of the league He says the more the league
the childhood trauma of reka! just as, I thought. The along than year ago address on Friday, Goodell says the offers to the UK, the more the
an arrow-pierced heart contents paled, mightily in fact the NFL has added a fans want.
haunts me even now. comparison to my confec- NEW YORK NFL commissioner third game for 2014 and that Goodell says he's not sure where
I was a smitten fifth tionery offering. The next Roger Goodell says the possibility all three games have already, the process goes now, but the grader. Her name was ... best was, of all things, a of a future franchise in London is sold-out i a strong sign of the league plans to continue investing Oh, never mind. The little measly nickel Hershey Bar "further down the road" than it was growing interest in the United in the marketplace. heartbreaker's still alive' from the school canteen. I eraoa hstm.Kndm From wire reports
and probably apt to sue was in, brother! Wfio says me, just call her Sally. money can't buy love? Sally was a real cutie. In Smugly, I dropped my box southeast Alabama par- of candy into the sack and lance just "plumb purty." strode haughtily back to She was doe-eyed, petite, my seat. and enough the tomboy Then it came, the anto legitimize grade-school nouncement for which attractiveness. Heck, for a we'd all been waiting. little gal, Sally could boot boyss and girls," a kickball a country mile. said Miss Kate, "everyone She wasn't half bad at get up and get your bags. marbles and, be still my Read your cards. Eat your heart,-she liked to fish! candy if you wish. And sit I'd had my cap set for with your special ValenSally since Christmas as- tine if so inclined." sembly, when our teacher Inclined? Dadgumn right Miss Kate caught Cletus I was inclined. I uncerMonroe and me misbe- emoniously grabbed my having during "'Silent bag and made my way to NEW LIMITED-TIME OFFER
Night" and made me sit Sally's desk. with the girls. Sally smiled It was empty. at me in the middle of "Up Hastily, I surveyed the on the Housetop" and I room. Alas, there she was, was a gone goose. Sally, my true love, sitting
By February, I'd accumu- with Philip, the Hershey lated enough nickels and Bar guy. On the desktop dimes to purchase what before them, opened, Was I considered the ultimate my box of chocolates, heart winner, a 99-cent which they were gobbling heart-shaped box of like Duroc hogs at a feed
Nunnally chocolates. Not trough! Distraught, I slunk the 75-cent soft-centers, back to my assigned seat, mind you, but the all-nut humiliated and totally devariety, the kind you didn't void of a Valentine, unless have to poke with a finger one counts Cletus Monroe to see if it's fit to eat. They who, naturally, was far were imported choco- from sympathetic. lates, too. All the way from Later, when class Woolworth's in Dothan. resumed and Miss Kate No way could my vainly attempted to intercountrified rivals for est us in the finer points Sally's affection match of Netherlands geography, that. Nosiree. I had her. Clete interrupted her lecShe was mine! ture with a raised hand.
Came Valentine's Day, "Yes, Cletus?" she said. and with it the traditional "Miss Kate, is Rotterdam ~' A r.
card-and-gift exchange. a cuss word?" With chaotic exuberance, "Why, no. Of course not. each student bustled Why do you ask?" about the classroom drop- "Just wondering Bobby ping Valentine cards into 'just said he hopes that
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as a correctional supervisor; individual with 1 20 Acre otsfo SNEADS Owner
2BR 1.BA a Milpon $45 ret +depoit.$17,000 EACH. state certification as a correctional officer 2BR / 1.5BA at Millpond $495 rent + deposit. Financing Available for this
preferred; or any equivalent combination of Has utility shed, screened in front porch lot that can be
pur850-209-3970 NO PETS puchase as a whole for $35,000 or Can be purchased neice mobile home in greet
training and experience which provides the -- in 3 1-05+/- lors Each for $15,000. Located close to r..~. locotin.
required knowledge, skills and abilities. 3/2 Mobile Home on Ham Pond Rd in Sneads the High School and in oin established neighborhood! la
Starting Salary $56,349.00/yr CH/A, lawn care incl. $550+dep. 850-592-4625 ,1 _4 _01 R.,1'MVII .IE MLS# 249201 -$49,500.
Marianna area 2/2 Mbl. Hm. in park CH&A VERY ATTRACTIVE: COTTONDALE
Complete job descriptions may be viewed on water, sewage No Pets or SmokingRef. Req. HOME INSIDE AND OUT!. WOW!! Hunters comp house
our web site. 1st. & last $500. mo. 850-482-8333 q4/31/2 with almost 2700 surrounded by 73 actes with
.. ......... < sq t un er ir! ela planted pines, pond and plenty
Deadline to apply: 02/17/2014 SNEADS area N. of 90 3/2 remodeled inside on' U .I the wraparound porch of space for good hunting.
Y acre $500. mo. 1st-last sec. NO PETS Large fenced backyard,
Submit Jackson County employment 850-272-1351 or 850-482-2272 16x32 gunite pool. Hardwood floors on the first floor! The kitchen MLS# 249225 $ $116,800.
application to: is large with plenty of countertop AND cabinet space! Large center MARIANNA
Human Resources Dept., COMMERCIAL island and breakfast area! There is an air conditioned game room or Wooded 21 acres, greet tree
2864 Madison St, Marianna, FL 32448 I!.!..i REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 5th bedroom and half bath over the detached garage. ILS #248338 for hooting end building your
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EEO/ADA/AA/VetPref/Drug Free Workplace FAMILY?? Great
Freezer Cooler Warehouse Combination 1600 4/2 with almost MLS# 249146 e $36,750.
ED C TO sq. ft. Termapherm Freezer, 900 sq ft cooler, 1700 sq H ander GRAND RIDGE
EDUCATION s Air! Beautiful -1 Furnished one bedroom
& INSTRUCTION 3000 sq. ft. Warehouse, Semi-loading dock origfhal hardwood
total 5500 sq. ft. $3950. mo. 850-718-6541. loors! The Family camper with 2-lido outs and
5 Located in M arianna, F. room can be easily converted to a 5th bedroom if needed! ith pdivte botrmp to the
Great Spacious 1.80 acres! Brick home has a newer 4 ton AC w a e bor e th
unit! This home can be offered as a short sale! MILS #248281 lake for great fishing.
Look ahead to your248959 $30,000.
4.1~ future! Start training REAL ESTATE FOR SALE POSSIBILITIES in ALFORD-untrs Paradise
FO R TIS for a new career in this 412.5 POOL is here nothese 3 acreswitha
FOS Medical Assisting, CON S-]Home. Oer 180e Sq 3 bedroom home having hod
COLLEGE Medical Office Admin., Ft. Needs some TLC some updates. Property includes
Pharmacy Technology, 2BR, 2.5BA Townhouse for sale in walking dis- porect Familyabore. a stocked pond.
& HVAC! tance of downtown Eufaula. Quiet and quaint. Located si 1.3a
Call Fortis College 855-445-3276 Deck with large backyard. W/D hookup and Acresd Call Today far MLS# 249259 $85,000.
For consumer info: visit www.fortis.edu large pantry. Spacious rooms. Not for rent. information! GRAND RIDGE
__________________________-$92,000. Call 256-437-3768 WATERFRONT Three
1E bedroom home located in
(~~~tii~~~~BLL REND ESTATEES FORr RE T2800e.irwt5Gre REAL ESTATE FORAND WHITES e0 Ocheesee Pond that is known
Beautiful Graceville FL home and farm- Sunroom, with Windows from for its greal booting end fishing.
A M UNFUl I SHED 4BR, 3 1/2 BA, custom built home on 239 acres. Floor tot ceiling overlooking the MLS# 248786 $88,000.
EW& backyard! The Family Room Boasts
Can divide. 175 acres tillable for corn, soy- r8 it ceilings, built in ente~rtaiemet center sod a ganite see thru tireplace to BONIFAY Custom huilt Apartments for Rent in Greenwood the sunroom. The Main Kitchen is a dream. Granite countertops with a center home lcated on 24.5 acres
island with lots of upgraded cabinets! There is a 2 car attached garage with including two ponds. Homa
2 BR $450 1DR $400 3 wells. Joe Farris, Land and Stand Properties. a bonus room which has central air and the detached garage is large enough has too many special features
all 85U-3 '6-428 ) 850-387-5517 to store your toys! There is also another bedroom over the detached garage. to wanton, cell tar tour
Call S-2 8 e MO IN RAappointment to view this lovely
Cedar Creek Apartments 1BR/1BA $500 I -HO E-FGreat 3/2 with over proper.
1900t3sq withTher MLS# 249202 $289,000.
1900sq t! hereis I I i i .MARIANNA Very
Apple, lawn care & pest control included. Malone 3/3 2231sf. brick home CH/A florida rm. Mother in Law guest spacious' 4 bedroom home
Must be 62 or older or disabled. Call850-352- fenced bk yd. 2 storage building, house! Large 1 acre lot with many custom features
3878 or emailcedarcreek@nch-using.net 1 block from school, $160,000. OBO with a Huge Workshop! and located close to schools,
HO -334-300-7170 OR 850-591-4729 Completely remodeled shopping and gef course. Call
from floors to ceiling! Beautiful sunroom for your personal viewing.
I & 2BR Apartments in Marianna M LE HOM FO SL E [ overlooking nice back ard! MLS #248896
LOCATED ON MERRITS MLS# 248506 $ $169,900.
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own 16x80 Mobile Home 3/2 with metal roof, MILL POND! Cozy2 with Debbie Roney Smith,
Lot rent included. For details central heat/air, Jacuzzi garden tub. REDUCED o8 sq overlooking lake!
v* 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 TO SALE $12,000 if interested call 850-272-8653 Large Bachyard with deck Realtor
_________________________________________________perfect for relaxng! Kitchen 850-209-8039
2/1 house Baker Ave. Marianna $575. mo and baths have had some debbieroneysmith@
$650. dep No Pets 1 yr. lease updates! Lining room and embarqmail.com
Call Joanne 850-693-0570 the water! Fireplace in New Construtlon
A S IC11 cn-x "I living room! MLS # 247509 Ne ostuto
liula rom! MS #275HH 2010. 3/2 Open flour plan with
Austin Tyler & Co *split bedrooms wit 2540 sf under
Quality Homes & Apartments SEVERAL UPDATES IN lof. Kitchen with gie counter
Ili 850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com"1322 sq ft5 Front porch quidi neighhorhood. 7 milus south
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" to relax on. Carpet, oil1. Picked Ho sell at
tile and wood flooring.
LE E o : Sunroom of the back. MLS# 243774 $159,900.
I0i 0C Locateon Hwy t0 Close proximity to
..................... Lcae on Hwy 90 ini,, shopping sdcols, sprt
r.......... cute... tt...........1Sneads. With a Little TLC complex, s&eial distrt.
-.. This cUte little building this home can be yours! 4/2 1628t sf /C tsone fomil home
,just south of US 90 a00000cmes roccton. Updates hod been
between Caledonia and WATSbN HEIGHTS!! Large made thi nut the house. Combination
McPherson Sts for sal 43.5 rick home with over ci hardwoud 0 rile flooring is cut.
or le se o ce a ain!2300 sq ft under ir cated or) or lease once again! 1.23 acres! Below ground Pool ML# 248911 o$120,000.
* New CH&A system to help keep your energy with nice patio area! Wood NEW USTING. 3/2 Bsi(k
Ron~h located on a Dead End payed
costs down. No need to be stuck in a strip strning tireptace, Cge Kitchen .veet ich o r on c Iot pu
with center island! Large Coveed poto and backyard is fenced
mall. Have your own office/business build- : aiysowwt oma iigclls choie link & wynod priaccy revels.
Family room with formal Living 'ihcd ik&wo rvc aes
ing. Surprising low low market rates. $69,900 and Dining! Needs son TLC. Nicely andscrped
James M. (Robby) Roberts Jr., Broker
Prudential Jim Roberts Realty 1 1 CHATTAHOOCHEE. Lovely MLS# 249236 $183,000.
4/2 1/2, 2 story home with 53.77 ACRES Pnpety mostly
in Pastura Fenced & class fenced for"
850-482-4635 Ext. 207 over 1900 sq ft under air. The o is Pos Plrpety consists of
...................................................master bedroom is on the first 4 Bu, ti lo Multl h
floor and all other 3 bedrooms ini metal roof & 1/l apodmlenl,
are upstairs. This home sits )x30 aietrA brn, 20s80 atn with
U on a hill or a corner lot/ Very Sigs & cottle shoot, 2 wells, giain bin.
private yard. Newer home with
all the extras. MI #248849 MLS# 249269 *-$185,000.
Mil I? LOCATED ON A CORNER! Large Pat Furr
3 or 4 Bedroom.3 bath home has Realtor
almost 190o0 sq Ht under air! The
Huge living room, with 2 Master 850.209.8071
bedrooms. Screened Porch, firrl9@msn.com
Laundry Room. Sitting on 5 city
... .. lots and has a beautiful backyard
with a 24x24 Outbuilding/Shop! This 3Bedroom/2Bah hose is
---- Sold AS-IS. MLS #24816B8, a deligh/ul breath at frashs or with
heouflul hickory flooding throughout,
SMALL FLOWING CREEK ./ newly painted roo-s, end aoen
with a 3/2 Home with h- % foot plot th offngaert
190 s O e usdrive through, choi inka
apron l~anchckyord, with lodtngs
Kitchen area to Family d"troughutcc hok& sporete
room, Split Bedroom 24x2t oehr /tt ireaed
Pin. Located on 10 acres. & cooled wsorkshcp]. REDUCED
........"': New on market so call tar MLS# 249113. $1S65,000.
; i Lis Prie.teauliful, git settirt tar this
ENJOY BEFAUTI FUL srosne ont r'oodscoped onues the
~SUNSETS ON SUN LAKE. ssrsettnd bck prh ruesunoks Iso letirud
... <2/2 With apron 1 344 ,bahckystdifi or, v/rntute tlue,,eetuthtin,
Sq Ft. Screened porch tesent esrnris print, 20'tt 2' eo rtprt,
i overlooking water. Located 30s 2' u,,rknttp sn/oturut coutrnng
on 1.35 acres. San Loke is 0trotted tn urshop, t,.o rut sstped
us 80 acre Hass Lake. Pier trlessud I huse, pounaJ dtiusewy.
and deck to fiash on! NewMS#282 $130:
en worker so cull todayML#482 ],30
for price! I- charmltng 3Bedroom/2Buth
rcentlsyrreodoeled h000ome tl fee
L A RGE FA MI LY S5~OouS rnOsrer bedJroo m W/retOrter
HOME. True 4/3 Brick hovitn openrot, & dilo Lroom,
home with a 3 car d~~- esign Wonderdu, honge eooed
garage on 2.24 yrd woith rooktopc/gae&ooth
acres. Dyer 2900 ,.J PoOery louated rs h
sq ft with a large ~ ....... .. ..00. rote oPLlon io wRemp
-~ C Lo-~ 0.c0~ee;Pput<~p~ne,: ,.,, .....0living room, formalMS#285*$190.
rtt.,Oi, ,.. ..2 x dining room and M S 2 8 5 o 1 99 0
2x6Family room. Hardwood floors thru out roc~yBo o n,/l herioteodu
or IP~trsrX5'Pv. .,.. ov~vOe...living areas and bedrooms. IS #2487-17 cor..o.. sy of Leo-elloa Gardens
This terre leotuoer It[ot ce lie,
Si. ___ ~e~wou lND 01 StI REAI SACEspacious Oreol teoe e/vor
~e II II ,reple ope ioo henoo thtrd ro
'is 0utlzed or ofioe, nce sre.enedo .n
t o S e r v i ce,, ,, .. < o',Inext.5door of el, rocy, o sy00
.,. ,__ ;:,!,i ;; i~i!;iMLS# 24897 $143,000.


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SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES 850-209-9077 850-209-3595
4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446 Call Us For All Your Call Us For All Your
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2007 Ford F150, has been babied! white, 66K
ANTIQUE & CLASSIC VEHICL-ES i] miles, perfect 1st vehical for teen, driven only W h e e ls Tu rn in g ?
by older non-smoker female 850-348-9789
1936 Packard suicide rear 4-doors, super 8 w/ Chevy 2010 Silverado, 4 door, 54K miles, inline 8 cyl. 454 cu. in eng. wooden spoke On-star, Bluetooth, Weathertech mats. wheels & outside fender mounted spares out- Retiring and must sell. $24,500. 334-585-5288 side luggage rack in rear. Needs lots of repairs. Only 1500 built that yr. $2000. cash, firm! GMC 1998 Sierra 1500 state owned and Serious Prospects onyl please 334-983-3836. maintained runs & rides great! $3495. OBO 1965 Mustang Convertible Red with Parch- 850-526-2963 or 850-557-2523. ment Top and Pony Interior. very nice, new Toyota 2010 Tacoma SR5
tires, Great Car with A/C. 334-301-3574 -- White, 2 wheel drive, 4 door
SALE V6, tow package, new tires,
A.:TOS-]oR Excellent condition. 46,000
CADILLAC 1991 Brougham, under 15 thousand miles. $23,300. 334-693-4987 or 796-5919 0, Q
miles, garage kept $5,500 OBO 334-687-9161
Grand Marque 2008 leather seat, 1-owner
low mileage, black w/ gray int. new tires,
garage kept, looks like new, Real Clean!! CALL FOR TOP PRICE
334-797-5151 I
Honda 2000 Odyssey FOR JUNK VEHICLES
-*~ .-= -Family van- Runs perfect..
Clean inside & out. Ice cold I-ALSO SELL USED PARTS
air. Everything works. Has 24 HOURTOWING ,* 334-792-8664
been garage kept. 152k mi.
$4,995. For more info call 334-693-9360 re.
Honda 2009 Accord, great gas mileage, certi- ,. Got a Clunker
fled warranty, nice car, well equipped. $250 We'll be your Junked :
down and $250 per month. Call Steve Hatcher We buy wrecked cars :
334-791-8243. and Farm Equip. at a
Nissan 2013 Altima S, low miles, fully equipped, fair and honest price!
must sell: $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron $250 & t CompleteCars I %
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Toyota 1998 Avalon new tires & paint, cold AC, L u..U... ...I. n.....nn.... .
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334-792-8018 OR 334-792-8827 We buy Wrecked Vehles
Toyota 2011 Camtry LE. nuiiimN11 OF DS~
:}4 door sedan, metallic S5 52 _10 1 800'56 :2:
A green, 34,000 miles. Tan 334'799576 o 344-791-4714
cloth interior. Very clean.- -,
sonable offer. 334-402-1180 or 334-397-4301 WE WILL BUY YOUR CAR
Yamaha 2005 V-star 650 classic, shafs drive, model, we have
saddle bags, windshield, front light bar, crash millions of dollars on hand to pay you good bar 7000 miles, very good condition We Are On The Coast But Worth The Drive,
$3000. 334-714-9380. & reputable,& we can give you afair price
SPORT TIITYI appraisal in 15 minutes.
Call for appointment dealer. 877-497-7975
Ford 2004 Explorer: Green. Extra clean, loaded Caverfor a ..oi .m..t ..a.... 87.4977.75
with all power. Low miles. New tires. Garage
kept. Excellent condition. $9,750 or best offer. 2- Venetian white blinds all hardware, 2", Clothing, boy'& girl toddler $25 a box. Wedding
Call 334.347-6375 fits 72x70 opening $75. 850-482-4917 gown, strapless, sz 16 $475. 850-693-3260
Honda 2009 CRY, low miles, under warranty, Antq. Bed-Full- HB/FB, Rails,Matt. Set $125; Sewing machine cabinet oak $50. Por. vin. covmust sell. $200 down, $259 per month. Call Ron Hutch, Pine $125;Sofa Sleeper $150. 592-3261 er & heater for golf cart $150. 850-482-3145.
Ellis 334-714-0028.
Nissan 2012 Rouge, Super Nice SUV, Good fami- Birdcage never used, med. size, white w/ blue Tread Mill variable speeds, incline adjustment,
ly vehicle, plenty of room, loaded, bring this ad base, 171/" x 13 x 22 $25. very good cond. $135. 850-482-3145.
in and get $500 discount, $250 down, $250 per The Classifieds Today Chest of Drawers -Kroehler w/Mirror $60; ThAT'S ClssifiEd
month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. Th Schwin 26" Bike $60. 850-592-2881

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