Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Publication Date:

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
30.776389 x -85.238056

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ltuf - ACA5476
oclc - 33284558
alephbibnum - 000366625
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UF00028304:01271

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Man accused of stealing money from unde's safe
Authorities say he used a grinder to cut a hole in safe up from the scene, and the the money was
t friend acknowledged receiving because he had From staff reports Nathan Scott Williams, 34, is Jackson County Sheriff's Office, a share of the money, the com- helped his uncle charged in the case with grand Williams has admitted that he plaint states. The friend is not unload the gun A Cottondale man is accused of theft and the burglary of a used a grinder to cut a hole in the accused in the complaint of any safe a couple of cutting a hole in his uncle's gun dwelling, safe and that he took the money. criminal offense. days earlier so that
safe and stealing $3,000 from in- According to the complaint He said he split the money even- Authorities say Williams ac- it could be more side it back in June 2013. filed against Williams by the ly with a friend who had picked knowledged that he knew where easily moved. Williams


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Gardeners AWARDS


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UF/IFAS PHOTO BY SALLY LANIGAN .
You can grow healthy tomatoes like .
this with a little help from a panel of
experts coming to Jackson County on
Feb. 15 for a tomato workshop.


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Jackson County schools honoredemployees of the year on Monday in Marianna. Pictured with Superintendent Steve Benton (left) and Deputy Superintendent Cheryl McDaniel (right) are the night's big winners (from left): 2015 Teacher of the Year Anna Martin, Sneads Elementary School; 2014 District Rookie Teacher of the Year Erica Barnes, Cottondale Elementary School; and 2014 Vivian F. Ford School-Related Employee
sch e u ledof the Year Don Holland, Hope School,
scheduled District names school employees of the year
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
With tips from Rob Trawick BYANGIECOOK Erica Barnes worked to complete her
acook@jcfloridan.com INSIDE bachelor's degree in elementary educaGrowing perfect red tomatoes is a )) A listing of the nominees. 0A tion at Chipola College. In this, her first
dream for many home gardeners in Jackson County teachers, administra- year as a faculty member at Cottondale
north Florida. But that's easier said tors and staff were joined by students, Elementary School where she teaches
than done, as many who have tried friends and family Monday. night when The 2014 Vivian E Ford School-related kindergarten, Barnes has earned the title
can confirm. the school district employees of the year Employee of the Year is the father of two District Rookie Teacher of the Year.
Leaf wilt, bacteria, hungry insects were honored. daughters and has worked at Hope for Barnes is described as having an enand more have thwarted the best During a ceremony in the Marianna the past 13 years. Holland is said to have ergy and enthusiasm about learning and
efforts of home gardeners. With all High School Auditorium, the winners, a great deal of affection for the students teaching that have proven to be ,contathat frustration in mind, the Jack- chosen from a field of school-level nomi- and the family environment of Hope gious with students and fellow faculty son County Master. Gardeners are nees, were: 2014 Vivian E Ford School- School. alike.
bringing in a cavalry of experts to Related Employee of. the Year Don As basketball coach, Holland led the While seeking new ways to.engage stuhelp. Holland of Hope School; 2014 District Hope School Falcons to four state cham- dents and involve them in the learning
A workshop, "How to Grow To- Rookie Teacher of the Year Erica Barnes pionship titles and will soon compete for process, Barnes is known to show commatoes From A to Z for the Home of Cottondaie Elementary School; and a fifth. He also serves as special teams passion to each of her children and try to
Grower," will be held Feb. 15, at the 2015 Teacher of the Year Anna Martin of coordinator and running back coach for get to know each of them personally. Jackson County Extension Office Sneads Elementary School. Sneads High School. Living in Cottondale, Barnes and her
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Registration School-Related Holland, who attended University of husband, Christopher, are raising their
at the door is $20, but you can save West Alabama, is working toward an el- two sons, Cale and Caden.
a little money if you pre-register by Employee of the Year ementary education degree at Ashford Barnes is said to view her classroom
Feb. 12. The cost is $15 for those Don Holland was recently selected University. and students like a farmer looks at a garwho register early The cost pays for as Hope School Support Personnel of den: "Every child must be groomed and
lunch and any materials associated the Year, which put him in the running Rookie Teacher of the Year cared for in order to grow."
with the course. Three main speak- for the district-level distinction he won While employed with the school disers are on the agenda. Monday night. trict since 2008 as support personnel, See AWARDS, Page 9A
Dr. Joshua Freeman will talk
about general tomato production
from seed to harvest. Freeman isan ..__..~ -assistant professor of horticulture G enw o w ma acu dof rndte
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Jackson County Extension Agent Credit card fraud is also alleged in case filed against Baker by the Mani- on probation for the frauduJosh Tliompson, an expert on inte- anna Police Department, the lent use of a credit card at the
grated pest management, will talk From staff reports 34, is accused of using another alleged victim contacted au- time Of her arrest on the new
about how to identify and control woman's bank account num- thorities when she discovered charges.
the pests and diseases that plague A Greenwood woman is ber without per- some activity that she had not Authorities also accuse Baker
tomato plants. charged with grand theft and mission in 2011, authorized in her bank ac- of grand theft in an incident inDennis Gilson, a civilian expert the fraudulent use of personal allegedly using count. The disputed charges volving the purchase of jewelry
and host of www.frontyardfarmer, identification in an alleged in- ,.it to add phone against her account came to from a local pawn shop in Occom/Niceville, will give someprac- cident going back to late 2011, credits to the $485, made in varying amounts tober 2012. Officials allege that
tical tips for greater success in and is also charged with grand account of an in November and December Baker bought a gold chain and
growing tomatoes in this region of theft and fraudulent use of a inmate housed of 2011. Authorities say.Baker a bracelet from the Panhandle
the state. credit card in an alleged inci- Baker at the Jackson also used the name of Tawa- Gun and Pawn shop using andent of 2012. County jail. nda Watson in placing some of other individual's credit withSee TOMATO, Page 9A Tawanda Lashonda Baker, According to the complaint the charges, and that she was out permission.
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F L O R ID A N TODAY St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited to questions call 557-0655.
)) Early Learning coalition of Northwest Florida persons with a desire to stop drinking; papers will )) Alford Community Health Clinic Hours 10 Publisher Valeria Roberts Board of Directors Meeting 11 a.m. Preble-Rish not be signed, a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in
vroberts@jcfloridan.com Office, 324 Marina Dr., Port St. Joe. For more info call Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients
747-5400. FRIDAY, FEB. 7 without medical insurance treats short-term illCirculation Manager Dena Oberski nesses and chronic conditions. Appointments availdoberski@jcfloridan.com )) East Jackson County Economic Development ) Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Power able (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins welcome.
to Recognize Business of the Month for Feb Breakfast 7 a.m. Agricultural Center, Penn Ave., CONTACT US 11:30 a.m. Chipola Surgical & Medical Specialties, Marianna. Featuring Morgan Burleson of the Hunger Sign in before 11a.m.
7999 U.S. 90, Sneads. Public encouraged to attend, and Homeless Coalition, Amanda Crabtree of 211 )) The Boys to Men Choir of Jackson County, Telephone: 850-526-3614 )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon Northwest Florida and Shareta Wright-Green of The Jackson County Youth Community Choir and
FAX: 850-482-4478 to I p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Wright Foundation. the Save Our Children Black Awareness ProEmail: editorial@jcfloridan.com Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. ) Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson gram Practices 9-11 a.m. at Pope Chapel AME
Street Address: The Boys to Men Choir of Jackson County, County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and Church, 4898 Blue Springs Rd., Marianna. The Boys
4403 Constitution Lane TeBytoMnCirto Men Choir of Jackson County is open to anyone
Jackson County Youth Community Choir experienced handcrafters welcome to create, share, ages 3,26. If you would like to join or need more
Marianna, FL 32448 and the Save Our Children Black Awareness learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. info contact Carol Marks 693 9630 or Leon Kelly
Office Hours: Program Practices 5 p.m.at Pope'Chapel AME ) Chess Club 6-8 p.m. First United Methodist 209-4310.
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Church, 4898 Blue Springs Rd., Marianna. The Boys Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by )).Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30to Men Choir of Jackson County is open to anyone Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8- 5:30 p.m.in the AA room of First United Methodist MISS YOUR PAPER? ages 3-26. If you would like to join or need more 18 years of age in Jackson County. All studefits and Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
You should receive your newspaper no later info contact Carol Marks 693 9630 or Leon Kelly their parents are welcome. Players of-all skill levels than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- 209-4310. including beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473. SUNDAY, FEB. 9
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to T, Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The THURSDAY, FEB. 6 Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) ) International Chat'n' Sip 8:30-10 a.m. at the and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits.and 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist is published Tuesday through Friday and Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in hang-ups." Dinner:.6 p.m. Child care available. Call Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid Marianna. Learning Center staff and their inter- 209-7856, 573-1131. limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.
at Marianna, FL. national English learners invite the public for the )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 )) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in the
exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, SUBSCRIPTION RATES environment. Light refreshments served. No charge. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. 5429 College Drive, Graceville.
SUBSRIPTON TESCall 482-9124.
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 ) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. MONDAY, FEB. 10
for three months: $62.05 for six months; Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. SF Apalachee Regional Planning Council meeting
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include Call 482-3734. ) Chipola Future Educator's Club Teacher Wor- 10 a.m. at the JTrans Office, 3988 Old Cottondale
applicable state and local taxes. Mail ) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks ship Chipola College. Free to all district educa- Rd, Marianna. FTA applications will be accepted at subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus tors. To ensure that sufficient material are available this time. subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; is the local community, "Community, Children & RSVP to FEC sponsor Casey Bush at bushc@ $92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Character." Call 526-3142. chipola.edu or call 526-2761 ext. 2449. 5 0 Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting
5:30-7:30 p.m. at Jackson County Extension
year. )) Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at )) Unconditional Love Pet Adoption 9 a.m. at Service, Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meetings are
Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. ReStore in Marianna. ReStore will host Partners for fourth Mondays other Mondays are for projects, lesADVERTISING Call 482-2290. Pets and Hidden Springs Horse Rescue for an adop- sons and help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
tion/fund raising event. There will be large selection
The advertiser agrees that the publisher ) VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting 6 p.m. at of home doggie beds and gourmet dog biscuits for ) Genealogy Club meeting 6 p.m. Jackson shall not be liable for damages arising 2830 Wynn St., Marianna. Covered-dish supper fol- purchase. Partners for Pets will have dogs for adop- County Public Library, 2929 Green St., Mariana. out of errors and advertisements beyond lowed by a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call 372-2500. tion. Bring $10 donation for either nonprofit or an There will be a special viewing of a PBS documenthe amount paid for the space actually )) The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida Society, item from their wish lists and get a discount on your tary "African American Lives, Across the Middle occupied by that portion of the advertise- Sons of the American Revolution Meeting purchase from the ReStore. Passage.
ments in which the error occurred, whether 6:30 p.m. at Jim's Buffet and Grill. The program. ) The Artist Guild of Northwest Florida, Inc. 9 )) Chipola Beekeepers Meeting 6-8 p.m. at the
such error is due to the negligence of the will be "The Battle of Ole Ninety Six District, south a.m. to noon at Michele Tabor Kitnbrough's home Jackson County Extension Office, 2741 Pennsylvania publisher's employees or otherwise, and Carolina, and the Southern Campaign of the Revolu- studio, 2916 Russ St., Marianna. Mini workshop on Ave., Marianna. Bring a dish for the potluck supper. there shall be not liabilityfor non-inser- tionary War." Anyone interested in SAR is welcome. "Transferring an image using the Grid Methods." Call 482-9620. tion of any advertisement beyond the For more info call 594-6664. Bring paper, pencil, eraser, ruler and a simple image )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting"- 8-9
amount paid for such advertisement. This )) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8-9 photo. Members $3 non-members $5. Parking p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist newspaper will not knowingly accept or p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia available behind the home. Everyone welcome. Any Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O.Box 520. Marianna, FL 32447 ing which expresses preference based on email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
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HOWSTOPGBTIYOUR Marianna report: One accident, one dead person, )) David Barrett, 33, 2196 McDaniel Trail,
NheWJc so uB rdnw ulishlc earm n heessiiu vehicles, three suspicious Sneads, battery.
TheJacso Cont Flrian il pulis Plic Dparmettre sus :picio s one highway Wilber Speights, 53, 3195 Butternews of general interest free of charge. The Marianna 'Police Department listed @ obstruction, two verbal cup Lane, Marianna, violation of state
Submit your news or Community Calendar the following incidents for Feb.3 the latest S = disturbances, one pedes- probation.
events via e-al a.mi. addlvr, aalberpr:Oeacdnoeaban- trian complaint, 21 medical )) Daniel Register, 32, 2107 Vintage Lane,
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement. doned vehicle, one reckless driver, one 4 E .-- calls, one traffic crash, two Sneads, violation of conditional release.
anniversary and birth announcements. suspicious vehicle, one suspicious vehicle, burglar alarms, one panic Gerald Lee, 57, 2836 Stuart Ave., ManlForms are available at the Floridan offices. one suspicious incident, two suspicious alarm, five traffic stops, one larceny com- anna, violation of county probation. Photographs must be of good quality and persons, one highway obstruction, one re- plaint, two civil dispute, two trespass com- )) Tracy Sullivan, 43, 1480 Highway 393, suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the port of mental illness, three burglaries, one plaints, two follow-up investigations, one Santa Rosa Beach, non-child support. right to edit all submissions, physical disturbance, one burglar alarm, noise disturbance, one animal complaint, ))Worley Durwin, 45, 2160 Main St., CyGETTNG T RGHTone traffic stop, one larceny complaint, one one fraud complaint, 17 property checks, press, violation of state probation.
GETIN ITRIHTobscene or threatening phone call, one re- one gas skip, one assist of another agency, )) Travis Holden, 38, 4391 Rosewood
In a Tuesday edition story about two tail theft, two assists of other agencies, two one public service call, one criminal regis- Road, Marianna, battery, resisting arrest. structure fires which occurred last Friday, public service calls and four home security tration, one welfare check, four transports )) Nathan Williams, 23, 2654 Rowetl Road, it was incorrectly stated that there was cekand one threat/harassment complaint. Cottondale, birlr of a dwelling, grad
no power going to the home on 5821 Fort chkstef. ugrgan
Road near Greenwood. In fact, a family lived Jackson.
in the house and there was power going Jako bounty Jackson County
to it. In order to battle the blaze safely, Sheriff's Office Correctional Facility Jail Population: 191
firefighters had the power turned off as a
routine matter. The erroneous information The Jacksofil County Sheriff's Office and The following persons were booked into To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
was provided by one fire official and later county fire!/rescue reported the following the county jail during the latest reporting local law enforcement agency. To report a wildlife violation, corrected by another. incidents for Feb. 3, the latest available periods: cali 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).





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Covenant Hospice is providing administrative seeking individuals who support in a Covenant J... are interested in making office, serving as an outa difference in the lives reach Ambassador and of patients and families much more. Volunteers facing end-of-life issues who choose to volunteer and in supporting the with patients and families organization. are asked to commit to
-,A volunteer workshop 50 hours of service annuS" .will be held from 9 a.m. ally, or a little more than 4 ..to 5 p.m. Feb. 25 at the hours each month.
Marianna Covenant Hos- No special background pice branch office, at 4215 or experience is required Kelson Ave., Suite E. The to volunteer for Coyworkshop is free and open enant, just a desire to to the public. Food and make a difference. Time drinks will be provided, commitment is flexible Patient and Family Sup- and based on volunteer SUBMITTED PHOTO port Volunteer Training availability. Retired and Pictured (from left) is Bill Pevy, president; Freddie and Helen Drummond; and Caroline Pilcher, school principal. Helen Grice is will provide an overview working professionals are holding the camera. of hospice care, including also needed to share their
Covenant's programs and expertise and experience services and the special with patients and famiS neads Garden Club plants trees roles that volunteers fill. lies. To register or to learn
This training prepares in- more, call Donna Meldon Arbor Day 2014 dawned bright and Club ventured out to plant another left from the dying of other trees. dividuals to volunteer in a at 482-8520. slightly overcast. The temperature, crepe myrtle in the line of flowering Caroline Pilcher, principal at SES, variety of ways. Volunteer Covenant Hospice is a like a lot of January mornings, had trees that border the road that leads came out to oversee the planting. choices include visiting not-for-profit organizadipped into the 30s with a southeast to the Sneads Elementary School. She is so very thrilled that the club and companionship for tion dedicated to providwind blowing. Thisisthesecondyearthattheclub has taken an interest in beautifying patients, supporting fain- ing comprehensive, comA few brave souls from the Garden has planted trees to fill in the void the approach to the school. ily members by offering passionate services to emotional support and patients and loved ones practical help, assisting during times of life-limitH with fundraising events, ing illnesses.

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Hospice of the Emerald Coast's Volunteer Coor- this week
dinator Margo Lamb and Account Executive Chris
Milton were both welcomed recently as guests at a meeting of the Marianna Optimist Club. Divorces
Lamb, who serves as the volunteer coordina- >) John Levon Timmons tor for the Marianna and Chipley offices, told the :vs. Martha Clemons
gathering of men about the many services provid- Tifinons.
ed by Emerald Coast Hospice and about the need Jessica Nicole Jones Carat The FIVE Cs
for volunteers in the organization. She said that vs. Ryan William Jones. Color
anyone age 18 or older can be a volunteer, and )) Kimberly Paige Clarity
that there are a variety of settings in which volun- Hertensen vs. William Cut
teers can spend their time. SUBMITTED PHOTO Harlan Hertensen. CONFIDENCE
Milton responded to questions from the mem- Pictured (from left) are Hospice Account Executive Chris Milton, ) Tonya Ouida Klinger bers about payer sources for hospice services, as Volunteer Coordinator Margo Lamb and Optimist President George vs. Wayne Edward Marianna's Most well how patients get on the hospice service. Gay. Klinger. Trusted Jeweler
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Directors elected to serve on Farm Credit of Northwest Florida board

Special to the Floridan gus cattle breeding stock land, timberland, hay and Detra have one son. Bout- wheat farm in Saudi Arabia see Builders Association as well as hay, soybeans, wildlife habitat. He is also well is a member of the in the early 1980s. Dodd and the Tallahassee Board Three agribusiness lead- peanuts and oats. He also the managing partner for a Santa Rosa County Farm graduated from Lincoln of Realtors.
ers were recently elected to provides a custom farm- family trust lands. He cur- Bureau. High School in Tallahassee. Farm Credit of Northwest
fill positions on the board made feed to the livestock rently serves on the advi- Dodd grew up on a family He received an Associate's Florida is an agricultural of directors of Farm Credit industry. Thompson serves sory board of United Bank dairy farm near Tallahas- degree from Tallahassee lending cooperative that is of Northwest Florida. Mi- as a director on the boards and the Executive Board see. He resides in Attapul- Community College and a locally owned and conchaelW Thompson of Jack- of the Jackson County of Leadership Santa Rosa gus, Ga. His farm operation graduated from Florida trolled financial cooperason County, Damon Bout- Farm Bureau and the Jack- Alumni. He is also on the consists of a brood cpow State University with a tive headquartered in Marwell of Santa Rosa County son County Cattleman's Curriculum Committee of beef cattle herd. Dodd is a Bachelor's degree in politi- ianna, Florida and owned and Desmond S. Dodd of Association. Leadership Santa Rosa. builder of custom homes cal science. He is a Florida by its member borrowers.
Decatur County, Ga., were Thompson graduated Boutwell graduated from and is the owner/operator Certified Building Contrac- It provides farm loans for elected to serve as direc- from Marianna High School Jay High School and ob- of Dodd Desigu & Con- tor and also holds a Florida land, equipment, livestock tors for the association. .and attended Chipola Col- talned an Associate's de- structionlnc. in Tallahas- real estate license. He and and production; and rural Thompson is a native of lege for two years. He serves gree from the University of see. He also is the presi- his wife Dee have three home mortgages. They are Jackson County He grew as president of Thompson West Florida. He earned a dent of Dodd Carpentry sons and a daughter. He part of the National Farm up on a family farm that Brothers Angus Farm Inc. Bachelor of Science degree Services Inc. Dodd owned serves as the president of Credit system established produced cattle and row Boutwell is a lifelong resi- in agricultural engineering and operated a cow-calf the Gadsden County Cat- in 1916 to provide a decrops, and represents the dent of Jay. He owns and and an Master of Science beef cattle herd and haying tleman's Association where pendable source of credit to third generation on the manages a farm operation degree in environmental business from 1976 to 198 1, he has served two terms as farmers and rural America. farm. He is farm operation consisting of a brood cow engineering from Auburn and he was employed for a board member. He is also For more information see includes registered An- cattle operation, pasture- University. He and his wife three years on a 2,000 acre a member of the Tallahas- www.farmcredit-fl.com.

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Scott promoted will be responsible for in finance. He grew up in than 24,000 active adult industry and quality beef Walton Counties.
to loan officer financing farms, ranches, Orange Park and resides in and junior members, is the for consumers. Murphy, a native of Monrecreational properties, Pace with his wife, Regina, largest beef breed associa- roeville, Ala., resides in AtFarm Credit of North- timberland and real estate and their two children, tion in the world. Its com- Murphy joins Farm more. He is a recent graduwest Florida is pleased to in Escambia, Santa Rosa, William and Layla. puterized records include Credit of NorthWed ate* of Auburn University
announce Okaloosa and Walton detailed information on with a bachelor's degree in
that Braden Counties. Smiley Cattle. CO. more than 17 million regis- Florida agribusiness and econom- Scott "Braden will enhance joins American Angus tered Angus. Jay Baker, chief lend- ics.'He grew up on a cattle
r4 has been and grow our agriculture As~ainThe association records ing officer of Farm Credit ranch in the Atmore and
promoted loan portfolio; the skills Ascainancestral information, of Northwest Florida, Monroeville area.
to loan of- he has acquired the past Smiley Cattle Co, Gracev- keeps production records announces that Mor- Murphy is a member of ficer. Scott several years have made ille, is a new member on individual animals, and gan Murphy has joined the Excel Baptist Church Scott has been him a valuable asset-to of the American Angus develops industry-lead- the agricultural lending in Excel, Ala. He is an outemployed our team," said Jay Baker, Association, reports Bryce ing selection tools for its institution as a loan officer doorsman who
by the organization since chief lending officer of Schumann, CEO of the na- members. These pro- trainee. He will be serving enjoys hunting and December 2002. He most Farm Credit of Northwest tional breed orgahization grams and services help the agriculture communi- fishing. recently served as a credit Florida. headquartered in Saint members select and mate ties of Escambia, Santa For information see
analyst and association Scott is a graduate of the Joseph, Mo. the best animals in their Rosa, Okaloosa and www.farmcredit-fl.com.
risk manager. University ofWest Florida The American Angus herds to produce quality
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Strickland tapped to
TH-E ASSOCIATED PRESS
m ana e So ther and Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle points to police mug shots of some of the 22 people that have been
charged in a major home insurance fraud ring operating in South Florida, as she speaks during a news conference Tuesday in

re-election campaign n imi

From staff reports "His extensive grass- -Officials: 22 ch r e 0su a c r u
roots experience and the
U.S. Rep. Steve South- relationships he's built The Associated Press Florida," said Rundle, who racketeering charge that Espinosa and another
erland 11, R-Paniama City, over a lifetime in the (dis- appeared at a news confer- carries a maximum 30- man used small childrens
announced Tuesday that trict) will be great assets MIAMI A major fraud ence with state Chief Finan- year prison sentence as dolls to clog a drain, then Republican Party of Flor- for our campaign," South- ring that staged fires and cial Officer Jeff Atwater. well as arson, grand theft ified a claim for more than ida regional director and erland said. floods at South Florida Authorities say it worked and conspiracy His wife, $200,000 in damages to a
H o I mn e s "I am excited to roll up homes to collect millions like this: Espinosa used 35-year-old Carolina Es- kitchen. Frequently, acCounty na- my sleeves, get to work, of dollars in claims from associates to recruit ho- pinosa, is also charged in cording to the affidavit, tive Luke and do all I can to send insurance companies meowners into the fraud, the case. The others face a the ring used an electrician Strickland Steve Southerland back to has been broken up with promising to split a cut of variety of similar charges, who altered power strips has been Congress in November," charges against 22 people, the claim with them after mainly grand theft, insur- so they appeared to have a
Stepped to said Strickland. authorities said Tuesday, he got up to 30 percent. A ance fraud and arson. fire-starting short.
manage his Strickiand previously The alleged ringleader, fire would be set or a pipe Court records did not list On one occasion, the afStrickland 2014 cam- served as the Florida re- Jorge Fausto Espinosa, is would clog great care an attorney for the Espi- fidavit said, Espinosa used
paignforre- gional political director a licensed public adjuster was taken to make it all nosas, among 14 of those a Christmas tree as the key election to Florida's 2nd for Mitt Romney's 2012 whose job involves repre- look like an accident and charged who had been ar- item, placing bed sheets, Congressional District, presidential campaign. senting people pursuing then Espinosa would use rested as of Tuesday stuffed animals and clothdamage claims with their his position to advocate for An affidavit filed by a Mi- ing under the tree and then Birthdayinsurers, said Miami-Dade the homeowner in collect- ami-Dade police detective igniting them with a proState Attorney Katherine ing the claim, lists 17 separate fraudu- pane torch. He and an asFernandez Rundle. In- What's more, some of lent insurance claims,. in sociate hung out nearby to Vll/ stead, she said Espinosa those charged in the case the Miami area and in Lee see how the fire progressed,
~-~ >used his position to fleece ran cleanup or remedia- and Collier counties. Some and the associate, who later ) (')'>companies out of at least tion businesses that would involved simple things like became a key police infor( r'*~$7.6 milion, profit as well by repairing broken pipes but others mant, quoted Espinosa as
"He was one of the great the damage, Rundle said. were more creative, saying, "Wow! Look at my
,fraudsters in the state of Espinosa, 58, is facing a For example, in one case masterpiece!"



4 Lawyer: Timely JustRice Act is unfair

The Associated Press the contentious law passed called for in the law would haven't seen any of those by the Florida Legislature. increase some of the legal things come to pass." tTALLAHASSEE A law- "The argument is about protections for inmates. _________yer for death row inmates whether or not the Time- One area of contention told Florida Supreme Court ly Justice Act interferes has been a requirement for justices a law meant to with the judicial process the Supreme Court to proSUBiMITTED PHOTO quicken the process of car- that ensures reliability," vide the governor a list of Brian Huangrying out death sentences McClain said. inmates that are ready for jw SIpp
Brian Huangunfairly limits the op- The Supreme Court did warrants.pr
Brian Huang recently his parents Scott and pruiyfor condemned not indicate when it would "I don't know that it realy f d
celebrated his ninth Julie Huang of Safety partnit uDon't Forge Your
birthday at Universal Harbor. prisoners to introduce new issue a ruling in the case. has affected when warrants
Theme Park with the He is the grandson of evidence. "Historicaly with the are signed, and that's key," Valentinle!
minions, along with his Paul and Tama Huang of The state says the act only death penalty in Florida, assistant attorney general
siser AlxandMaiana.mandates that the process there's been many mndi- Carol Dittmar argued. "You
is carried out in a reason- viduals who have been ex- talk about it in petition 151
able amount of time. onerated, like Juan Melen- that there's going to be 1006
State Briefs "There's many individu- dez 18 years after he was petitions signed and there's
Defense melVes without bail, charged with als who aren't on death row convicted and sentenced going to be a complete end
vieoo sotig second-degree murder. who have been sentenced to death, and it took three to successive litigation and
video of shooting to life that DNA results rounds of post-conviction it's going to be completely LeOuflwr
DAD CTY- roec- usinBibe gts have exonerated 35.years litigation for that to hap- prohibited and we're go- etIrn lwr
DADE CITY- Posecu JutovBeer g ra ae afterward," attorney Mar- pen," McClain said. "The ing to have botched ex- Sav It o o
antora haddrover ahtildt tin McClain told the As- Timely Justice Act tries to ecutions because there's L tForYo
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Technlogytrumps fire



IC -towers in rural Florida

The Associated Press

__ R -4YOUNGSTOWN Celiphones and
~ i Ivigilant residents are slowly replacing
.~~ a one-time staple in fighting wildfires
-the fire tower.
There once were 20 fire towers in the '
-~ Chipola River District, which stretches
across seven courities in Florida's Pan- ~- handle. But that number has recently
~ been cut to seven.
Florida Forest Service spokesman
Brian Goddin tells the News Herald of TEASCAE RS
Panama City that people in the districtBraGodnspkmnfrthFlia
may not have even missed the towers. Frest Seric, talksma abo the Firlowrid
But the state actually auctioned off sev- noetSrvYongstown s on ou Monday.owe THESSOIATD PESS eral of them five years ago.
PHOTOS In fact, the Forest Service doesn't even Bay County tower when he hears of a own Bay County's only fire tower. It be- fire.
.~.People work longs to the sheriff's office. That tower "Mo~t of the time we just look and get
at a site in has a camera and radio transmission a general direction," he said.
downtown Miami equipment in it. He still talks to a lookout in neighb orALon Tuesday Goddin says lookouts in the towers ing Calhoun County. Chris Crocker has
toibe is likely once spotted fires and communicated worked as a lookout there for about 20 tbeof the with lookouts in other towers to deter- years, eight hours a day.
most significant mine a fire's size. "I guess you could say I'm constantly
prehistoric sites "These are ... a dying piece of equip- scanning," she said.
in heUnied ment for us," Goddin said. Sometimes she may just see one fire
But cellphones, airplanes and technol- a month, but more during months, like L ogy haven't totally replaced the towers. November, when the leaves are falling.
1 1 1Jacob Beam, a forest ranger from "You really have to be a laidback perCity, developer inquandary Youngstown, said he still goes to the son to do this job," she sald.


about prehistoric village State crime lab analyst

The Associated Press said in an interview. "It's Palm Hotel have also been
one of the earliest urban unearthed.ar e t dogchg s
hA I -Archanelgts plans in eastern North The state and Miami- a r s e n d u h r e
haveuncverd a exen-America. You can actually Dade County historicsive Native American vil- see this extraordinary con- preservation officials want The Associated Press found other cases where forcement agencies in 35 lage in downtown Miami figuration of these build- the city to consider other painkillers were swapped counties that had cases
they believe is one of the ings and structures." options that could salvage TALLAHASSEE A for- out with non-prescription worked on by Graves. most significant prehis- The finds have left. of- the site, or at least a por- mer Florida crime lab ana- drugs. The department is retoric sites in the United ficials and a downtown tion of it. lyst was arrested Thesday Law enforcement de- viewing all the cases hanStates. developer in a quandary. MDM already, however, and charged with stealing partment Commissioner died by the chemist and
Over the past several MDM Development Group has leases for businesses and selling painkillers and Gerald Baily has said hun- has contacted state attormonths, archaeologists has plans to build movie on the site and could lose other drugs that he was dreds of drug cases may be neys and law enforcement have dug up eight large theaters, restaurants and a substantial money if that supposed to be testing as compromised. agencies that have pendcircles consisting of uni- 34-story hotel on the site. happens. The developer evidence in criminal cases, "The actions of Joseph ing cases that could be formnly carved holes in The city of Miami granted has offered to carve out the state law enforcement Graves are disgraceful. compromised. the limestone. They think MDM zoning and devel- the limestone holding agency said. FDLE is working with
these are foundation holes opment approvals for the one or two of the larger Joseph Graves was ar- State Attorneys' Offices for Tequesta Indian dwell- project, but not a final circles and display them rested a day after he re- statewide to ensure he is BEFORE ings that could date back building* permit, before ini a planned public pla- signed from his position held accountable for his 2,000 years. 'the scope of the findings z a. In recent weeks, they at a Florida Department actions," Bailey said. THE
"What's unusual and was known. have discussed doing of Law Enforcement lab in Graves began working
unique about the site is In addition to the village more. Pensacola. 1for the department in 2006 BOTTOM
that it's- this huge chunk foundation, thousands of "We will do our utmost," The department began and has handled about of land where a major part Tequesta artifacts have MDM director Ian Swan- an investigation after the 2,600 cases, most of which DROPS of this ancient Tequesta been uncovered. New son told The Miami Her- Escambia County Sheriff's are drug related. The com- O T. village site is preserved," remnants of industrialist ald. "There is no easy an- discovered drug evidence promised cases couldOU .'
archaeologist Bob Carr Henry Flagler's 1897 Royal swer to this at all." was missing. Afurther look possibly affect 80 law en- SELL YOUR



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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN > www.lcfloridan.com NMIION WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY5, 2014 ,, 7AFSenate sends farm bill for Obama's signature

The Associated Press sought. The Senate-passed
farm bill had a $400 million
WASHINGTON The annual cut to food stamps.
sweeping farm bill that "This bill will result in
Congress sent to President less food on the table for
Obama on Tuesday has .." children, seniors and vetsomething for almost ev- erans who deserve better
eryone, from the nation's from this Congress, while
47 million food stamp ,.corporations continue to
recipients to Southern receive guaranteed federal
peanut growers, Midwest handouts," Sen. Kirsten
corn farmers and the ma- Gillibrand, D-N.Y., said. "I
pie syrup industry in the cannot vote for it."
Northeast. Sen. Charles Grassley, RAfter years of setbacks, Iowa, a longtime member
the Senate on Tuesday sent of the Agriculture Cornthe nearly $100 billion-a- mittee, also voted against
year measure to President the bill. He cited provisions
Barack Obama, who is ex- taken out of the final bill
pected to sign it. The Sen- that would have reduced
ate passed the bill 68-32 the number of people asafter the House passage sociated with one farm
last week. who can dollect farm subsiThe bill provides a finan- dies. Grassley has for years
cial cushion for farmers fought to lower subsidies
who face unpredictable to the wealthiest farmers.
weather and market condi- The bill does have a
tions, along with subsidies THEASSOCIATED PRESS FILE stricter cap on the overall
for rural communities and In this 2013 photo, Larry Hasheider walks along one of his corn fields on his farm in Okawville, III. amount of money an indienvironmentally-sensitive vidual farmer. can receive
land. But the bulk of its versial subsidies known as also intended to help con- terest pet projects," said ed to the cuts, even though $125,000 in a year, when cost is for the food stamp direct payments, which are sumers, boosting farmers Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. they are much lower some programs were previprogram, which aids 1 in 7 paid to farmers whether markets and encouraging "How are we supposed to than what the House had ously unrestricted. Americans. The bill would they farm or not. But most local food production. restore the confidence of cut food stamps by $800 of that program's $4.5 bil- "We worked long and the American people with million a year, or around 1 lion annual cost was re- hard to make sure that this monstrosity?" LGC Y
percent. directed into new, more policies worked for every McCain pointed to
House Republicans had politically defensible sub- region of the country, for grants and subsidies for 'NSURANCE
hoped to reduce the bill's sidies that would kick in all of the different kinds sheep marketing, for sushi costs even further, pointing when a farmer has losses, of agricultural production rice, for the maple syrup AUTO ROME CROP LIFE HE TH to a booming agriculture To gather votes for the we do in our country," she industry. .t
sector in recent years and bill, Senate Agriculture said. The final savings in the WQ.e qet LJO, Ct "
arguing that the now $80 Chairwoman Debbie Sta- The regional incentives food stamp program, 850522201
billion-a-year food stamp benow, D-Mich., and her scattered throughout the $800 million a year, would program has spiraled out of House counterpart, Rep. bill helped it pass easily in come from cracking down control. The House passed Frank Lucas, R-Okla., in- the House last week, 251- on some states that seek a bill in September that cluded a major boost for 166. House leaders who to boost individual food RSING PAVILION AT
would have made a cut to crop insurance popular in had objected to the legis- stamp benefits by giving foodstamps that was five the Midwest, higher sub- lation since 2011 softened people small amounts of times more than the even- sides for Southern rice their disapproval as they federal heating assistance RETIREMENT CENTER
tual cut. and peanut farmers and sought to put the long- that they don't need. That
Those partisan disagree- land payments for Western stalled bill behind them. heating assistance, somements stalled the bill for states. The bill also sets pol- Leaders in both parties also times as low as $1 per permore than two years, but icy for hundreds of smaller have hoped to bolster rural son, triggers higher benconservatives were even- programs, subsidies, loans candidates in this year's efits, and some critics see tally outnumbered as the and grants -from research midterm elections. that practice as circumDemocratic Senate, the on wool to loans for honey Conservatives remained venting the law. The comWhite House and a still- producers to protections unhappy with the bill. promise bill would require powerful bipartisan coali- for the catfish industry. "It's mind-boggling, states to give individual tion of farm-state lawmak- The billwould provide as- the sum of money that's recipients at least $20 in ers pushed to get the bill sistance for rural Internet spent on farm subsidies, heating assistance before a done. services and boost organic duplicative nutrition and higher food stamp benefit J ;"i 011 .- w
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Top-notch folks
epewho consistently go the extra mile for

Their fellow man or their community donft do it
because they want recognition. Often, that's the
last thing they want; many would rather do their good
works behind the scenes and shun accolades of any 1 1
sort.
However, no good deed should go unrecognized, and
the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce has idenfifor their civic involvement. j r/
Gary Martin teaches science and social studies to
sixth-graders at Cottondale High School. He helps coach the Cotton~dale football team, is pastor of Southern Community Fellowship Church and helped his A 1/
congregation establish a produce stand for needy families. Last Thanksgiving, he organized a holiday meal at
the church for 115 people in need, and fed another 60
people with boxed dinners. ~ii
Mary Nell Griffin was inspired by a documentary
Haler intativepacs eolveid indptoearrd eortito aJii food backpack program for local youngsters who were
not getting the proper nutrition. 0 9 N % ?w 91CG tHe K0 0
fight hunger in Jackson County, sending more than 200 bags of groceries home with students each Week.
Martin and Griffin exemplify the spirit of our com- Letter to t e Edfitor
munity with their willingness to identify needs and take action. The Chamber of Commerce recognizes these Emergency Management mainly composed of the sheriff's so well in their duties at the scene.
two outstanding people as its 2013 Citizens of the Year. Dietrpasswres department officers, completely I wanted to provide a professional
We applaud their selfless work, which is appreciated Dietrpasswres controlled the situation to allow and personal thank you to the
more than they could know. As the Emergency Management the paramedic/EMI firefighters follow personnel: Capt. FE/Para.
Director for the county, I have the to do their jobs to the best of their Charlie Brunner, Lt. FE /Para. Wespleasure of, working with, and OP- ability. ley Stephens, FE /Para. Jeff Guaportunity to observe, many of the Again, as I stated before, the diana, FE/Para. Davin Davison, Kansas City Star emergency agencies that provide professionalism exhibited by these FE /EMT Andrew James, FE/EMT
service to the county. paramedic/EMI firefighters was Chad Massey.
Pro re s n f rm b ll Approximately a week ago, I was outstanding in every detail. The sheriff's deputy -I did not
Pro re s n ar b ll onmy way to pick up dinner for a The job they do on a daily basis get her name but wanted to let her
family member and came upon a and the pain and suffering they know as well how much I appreciO n Tuesday, the U.S. Senate approved a farm bill, severe accident that had occurred have to observe in the execution of ate the job you all do. I also want
an overdue, five-year bundle of complexity that within five minutes. As a matter of their duties I feel would be heart- to challenge the citizens of Jackson
0 congressional conferees managed to hammer habit, I always stop to see if I can wrenching to most of us not doing County when they see one of law out and, surprisingly, got past the House last week. be of assistance to the emergency this type of work day in and day enforcement or fire rescue personConsider it another small victory for bipartisanship personnel there in any capacity. out. However, through all that, they nel from any agency in the county and gridlock busting. Also consider it business as usual: Even though I have been to more daily do that job to protect, serve to stop, shake their hand and Many special interests got what they needed, and of these scenes in my capacity of and saye the lives of the citizens thank them for a job well done. 850,000 of the poorest Americans are taking it in the the director than I care to count, of this county. They don't do it for In many cases they risk their lives pocketbook. it never ceases to amaze me, at the the pay, as no amount of pay could every day to make sure we are safe
The history of the modern farm bill, which dates to courage and professionalism that be given that would cause many of and to make sure we survive for the 1930s, is a legislative timeline of ugliness. is exhibited by both the fire and us to take on the mantle of re- another day. Its 12 titles sprawl from conservation and crop insur- rescue, aswell as the law enforce- sponsibility that these individuals Please accept my sincere personance to nutrition programs and the huge Supplemental ment personnel, who respond. carry; that is the preservation of al'and professional thank you for Nutrition Assistance Program, or food stamps, which The scene of this accident was, life sometimes at the threat of their the excellent team of professional. has bulged since the economic collapse. to say the least, horrific, as the ye- own life. RODNEY ANDREASEN
As it stands, the Agricultural Act of 2014 lays out ex- hidle had sheared off a telephone While I didn't get the names of all MS, MS, MA, RPEM, CEM penditures expected to total $956 billion over 10 years, pole, tearing the roof off of the car those there at the scene, I was able Director according to the Congressional Budget Office. Nearly 80 and ejecting the driver, to acquire the names of many of Jackson County
percent of that, or $756 billion, goes toward SNAP The The law enforcement element, the professionals who performed Emergency Management bill is calculated to reduce the deficit by $16.6 billion
over that 10-year span. ____ _The big news of the compromise bill includes reduction in fixed payments to producers and farm propertyT owners, a countervailing boost in crop insurance and
gram, mostly resulting from a tightening of eligibility mg at n : DH osG O
requirements and limits on certain utility allowances 1 that many SNAP participants receive. 01I
crats Wanted to stomach but far less than the $40 billion e d r e n wa h y s y
conservatives fought for in the earlier House version of the bill. ~he House Republican leader- and 2007.
By one calculation it will mean $90 less a month ship, meeting recently at the Right now, it's impossible to say
about $3 a day -'for about 850,Ooo'recipients, who rely T1.party's winter retreat, kept its which way GOP leaders will go. But
on SNAP to help buy groceries and feed their children. new immigration reform "princi- there are signs that the wiggling is'
Advocates for the poor are rightly concerned, espe- ples" as secret as the nuclear codes. already underway
cially given the expiration last fall of emergency SNAP Old immigration hands on the Hill, In a recent interview with
payments as well as the loss of benefits for 1.6 million who might have been expected to MSNBC, House Budget CommitAmepricns who'vep been neployend for six months, or playq a ig part in producwingr the tee Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wis.,





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James & Lipford Marianna.Chapel stown, Florida 32424. grandchildren. African Methodist Episco- Cypress United Methodist
Funeral Home Funeral Home In lieu of flowers the fami- A memorial service will pal Church with Rev. Carl Church. Mrs. Rowell loved
5390 Cotton St. 3960 Lafayette Street ly request that donations be held 7 p.m. Thursday, Hill, Pastor, officiating. In- quilting and gardening.
Graceville, FL 32440 Marianna, Florida 32446 be made www.youcaring.c February 6, 2014 at Damas- terment will follow in the She was preceded in
850 263-3238 Phone 850-526-5059 o m / m e m o r i a 1 cus 'Free Will Baptist Nubbin Ridge Cemetery in death by her husband,
jamesandlipford@yahoo.com fundraiser/remembering- Church in Marianna, Flori- Greenwood with arrange- Cuthbert A. Rowell; two
rick-ferrall/134526. da with Rev. James Elmore ments entrusted to the sisters, Sadie Stapleton and
Beverly Richard Irwin Expressions of sympathy officiating. The family will Caring Staff of Peoples Fu- Elma Hollister.
Ferrall maybe submitted online at receive friends one hour neral Home of Marianna. She is survived by four
B aggett Bell www.mariannachapelfl.com. prior to the service at the Bon will lie-in-repose on sons, Louis and wife, Terry,
Richard "Rick" Irwin Marianna Chapel Funeral Church. Obert Funeral Saturday at the church for of Folsom, CA, C. Emory Beverly Baggett Bell, 60, Ferrall, age 64, of Marian- Home is in charge of ar- Home of Chipley in charge one hour prior to the 2 Rowell of Cypress, W. Henof Graceville passed away na, Fl passed away on Sat- rangements. of arrangements. p.m. funeral time. ry Rowell of Cypress, Franat her home Monday, Feb- urday, February 1, 2014. Obert Funeral Home In lieu of flowers the fami- Marianna Chapel cis G. Rowell of Cypress;
ruary 3, 2014 following a He was born in Franklin 1556 Brickyard Road made to Damascus Free FuneralHome aword Can brotery,
courageous battle with Lakes, NJ to the late Cyril Chipley, Florida 32428 Will Baptist Church or a Marianna; Florida 32446 Herbert Hollister of Cybreast cancer, and Marion Ferrall on De- 850-638-2122 chait hurcho.
Funeral service will be 2 cember 3, 1949. His spirit www.obertfuneralhome.com charity of your choice. Phone 850-526-5059 pre a Host of grnp.m., Thursday, February was strong but his heart Peoples Funeral Home children and great grand6, 2014 at Damascus Bap- was weak due to exposure Robert of Marianna Sharon L. Key children and two great
tist Church with Dr. Bill to Agent Orange in Viet- P.O. Box 905 gre andhild re
Floyd and Rev. Chester nam. Jefferson Marianna, F1 32447
Padgett officiating. Burial Rick graduated from Lar- 850-482-2233 Sharon L. Key, age 56, of Funeral services will be 2
to follow in church ceme- go High School in 1967. Af- Gainer, Sr. Sneads, Florida passed p.m. Wednesday, February
tery with James & Llpford ter graduation at the age of B away On February 2, 2014 5, 2014 at New Testament
Funeral Home in Graceville 19 Rick served his country Robert Jefferson Gainer, Boncille Gray in the Jackson Hospital. Baptist Church in Cypress
directing. Family will re- during the Vietnam War Sr., 74, of Cottondale, She was preceded in with Rev. John Pearce officeive friends at the church serving two tours of duty. passed from this life Sun- Ms. Boncille Gray, 'Bon" death by her father Alvin coating. Interment Will folWednesday 5 pm to 7 pm. He attended University of day, February 2, 2014 at as she was affectionately Hull. Sharon is survived by low in Cypress Cemetery In lieu of flowers family Florida where he received Bonifay Nursing and Reha- called, of Marianna, Florida her mother Jean Moore, with James & Sikes Funeral request memorials be his BA in Architecture. He bilitation center in Bonifay, entered into eternal rest on her husband Carroll Key, Home Maddox Chapel dimade to Damascus Baptist married Bunny Ferrall in Florida. Tuesday, January 28th at son Freddy Key, two recting.
Church Building Fund 5024 1987 and moved to Talla- Robert was born October Jackson Hospital. She was daughters Danielle Key and The family will receive Hwy. 77 Graceville, FL hassee where they worked 26, 1939 in Cottondale, 76 years old. Emelia Key, three grand- friends one hour prior to
32440 or the American together for many years be- Florida to Brooks and An- A native and lifelong resi- children Hannah Key, Dil- the funeral service at the
Cancer Society 4001 W. fore moving to Marianna, rie Mae (Barber) Gainer. A dent of Jackson County, lon Key, and Jackson Key. church. 23rd St., Suite C Panama FL. Rick was a passionate lifelong resident of the she was of the Methodist A celebration of life serv- Expressions of sympathy
City, FL 32405 or call (800) photographer, musician, panhandle, he served in faith and a member of ice for Sharon will be held may be made online at 227-2345. and a healer. He saw beau- the United States Air Force. Pope Chapel African Meth- at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, Feb- 'vww.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com.
Beverly was born in ty in everything. He was an He was a 1958 graduate of odist Episcopal Church. rary 7, 2014 in the MaChipley, Florida on July 5, active member of Epipha- Cartersville High School Memories of her love rianna Chapel Funeral I
1953. She was a Correc- ny Lutheran Church for and worked as a Correc- and legacy will forever re-, Home with Pastor Paul o 1
tional Officer with the Flor- many years and Rivertown tional Officer. He had a main with many devoted Smith officiating. ida Department of Correc- Community Church while love for hunting, fishing first cousins that was raised Expressions of sympathy Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. tons, just recently retired living in Marianna. Rick and gardening. He loved with or by her and consid- may be submitted online at Your Local Florist and Gifts with 26 years of service. played bass guitar in the his family and grandchil- ered her a big sister; to in- www.mariannachapelfh.com. 291i Jefferson St. Marianna Beverly loved her family, church band at both dren most of all. clude, Otis Edwards, Arthur Marianna Chapel Funeral 850-372-4456
friends and the enjoyment churches. He also served as He was preceded in Ree Edwards, Arthur H. Ed- Home is in charge of arof the Christmas season, a volunteer and board death by his parents: wards and wife Audrey, rangements. Michael's Toggery
She was a member of Dam- member for many charita- Brooks and Annie Mae James Roulhac and wife Fe sonApproprianA
ascus Baptist Church. ble organizations. Gainer; son: Kenneth Irby Linda, Deborah Edwards James & Ses 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna
Predeceased by her fa- Rickissurvivedbyhisloy- Gainer; brother: Kenneth and husband Vemie, Mi- FuneralHome 850-482-8647
ther C.C. Baggett, Jr. ing wife, Bunny Ferra, his Wade Gainer; grandson: cah Edwards, Richard Ed- Maddox Chapel
Survived by her beloved children Jason Bell, Quinn Irby Ward Gainer. wards and Ann Roulhac; 4278 Lafayette Street
husband James; mother Ferrall, Zach Ferrall, Jenny He is survived by his lov- aunt, Clothee White; a de- Marianna, Florida 32446 Follow us on Tessa BaggeRt; brother Ke- Rushing and Carrie Wil- ing wife of 53 years Joan voted cousin and, caregiver, 850.482.2332 Twitter
vin Baggett; brothers and liams, his brothers Ron Gainer of Cottoridale, Flor- Joann Register; Franklin sisters-in-law Arlon Defor- Ferrall, Barry Ferrall, and ida; three sons: Jeff Gainer White, Gloria White and Janie Frances ge, Charlotte Hughes (John sseBabrBiked11 ndwfMrhaoCou-Blondeen White, and many
Earl), Hiram Bell (Faye), grandchildren, and numer- bus, Georgia, Keith Gainer other beloved cousins, rel- Rowell Stafford Bell (Lois), Zenna ous uncles, aunts, and and wife Kim of Marianna, atives, classmates and Corbin, Melba Miles cousins. Florida, Mic Gainer and friends. Janie Frances Rowell, 93, Y ,
(Ralph),, a host of nieces A celebration of life serv- wife Karen of Cottondale, The family'will receive of Grand Ridge died Monand nephews. ice for Rick will be held at Florida; two sisters: Bar- friends at-Peoples Funeral day, February 3, 2014 at
Expressions of sympathy 2:00 P.M., Saturday, Febru- bara Elmore and husband Home Chapel on Friday, Tallahassee Memorial Hoscan be made at ary 8, 2014 in the James of Cottondale, Flori- February 7th from 6-7 p.m. pital.
http://www.jamesandlipford.coml Rivertown Community da, Sarah Gainer of A homegoing celebration Janie was a native and Church in Blountstown. Bonifay, Florida; eleven will be held Saturday, Feb- life long resident of Jackson jcfboridannews 19359 Hwy 71, Blount- grandchildren; 16 great mary 8th at Pope Chapel County, and a member of


om ato plants too close. Tomatoes A wReached for comment Tuesday, a congratulatory banner that one
grow best when spaced at A w ar& Pilcher said the reaction on cam- of Martin's coworkers posted outleast 18-24 inches apart. Leg- pus to Martin's win was one of side her classroom.The excitement
From Page 1A gy plants may be planted on From Page 1A pride and excitement, generated cheers and even some
their sides with the top, leafy Teacher of the Year "There were so' many deserving cards and tokens of appreciation
And in the meantime, Jack- portion bent upward and the candidates, so we were humbled from kids whose parents learned
son County Extension Agent bare stem laid into a shallow Sneads Elementary School Anna was chosen from such an of the win the night before.
Rob Trawick offers the fol- trench and covered. Do not fourth-grade teacher Anna Mar- excellent field of colleagues," she The recognition from her peers lowing tips to whet your ap- remove healthy, green leaves tin earned the district's top honor said. and the reaction of her students,
petite for the workshop: to bury the stem deeper, Monday night. "However, we believe Anna to Martin said, has been touching.
)) When selecting tomato since this may actually stunt Now in her eighth year as an be most deserving of this recogni- Representing
types, choose those with the plant. educator, Martin is lead writing tion as she truly is an outstanding Jackson County
the characteristics you want )) At planting, each tomato instructor at the school. teacher."
- such as fruit size, shape plant should receive about During her school-level distinc- For Martin, Monday night's an- As the District Teacher of the
and color, as well as disease one cup of soluble fertilizer tion announcement, SES Principal nouncement came to her as a bit Year,Martinis now in the running resistance and plant growth to get it off to a good start. Carolyn Pilcher had the following of a shock. for a regional award in the spring.
habit. Water regularly until the root to say about Martin's work: "I was just so humbled and hon- If a win occurs there, she would go
)) To be successful, start system is well established, "While excelling in all areas of ored," she said by phone Tuesday, on to represent Jackson County off with high-quality trans- and don't forget to keep your effective instruction and knowl- just before acknowledging the skill as a nominee for the 2015 Florida plants. The ideal tomato plants mulched with 2-3 edge of curriculum, her exper- and talent of her fellow nominees. Teacher of the Year.
transplaht will be about as inches of leaves, pine straw tise is highly effective writing Asked what she found unique to "I just love what I do," she said. wide as it is tall and should or other materials instruction." the age group (9- and 10-year-olds) "I come' from a family full of
be growing actively but not ) Tomatoes generally are In her role as lead writing teach- she teaches in the fourth grade, teachers and I feel like that's part
begun to bloom. The leaves trained to grow upright by er, Pilcher says Martin's. finely Martin said, "They're old enough of why I chose this profession
should be deep green, and tying them to stakes. Strips of honed skills have been a help to to do things independently and I see how their work has affected the stem should be stocky, old nylon stockings or cloth her fellow fourth-grade instruc- are still eager to please. Their per- the lives of others." The roots should be white, are ideal for tying the plants tors, "which has led to SES consis- sonalities are very evident, even in Martin went on to again tout her and some soil should still be to the stakes. tenty achieving some of thehigh- their writing." colleagues, and her work environvisible between roots when Vining tomato types are est scores on the FCAT writing test And those personalities perked ment at SES.
you remove the plant from pruned primarily to make when compared, to all schools in up. again Tuesday, when on their "Sneads Elementary is just a rethe pot. them more manageable to the state." way to class, students walked past ally special place."
Newly purchasedd trans- train on stakes, but it also ____________________________________________plants often have come encourages plants to proright out of the greenhouse duce larger, higher-qual- School district employees of the year nominees
and may not' ready for the ity fruit. Prune your plants harsher growing conditions by pinching off the suckers District-level winners were selected from the following Faith B. Porter (Marianna Middle)
of the garden. Harden off the (or side shoots) that grow school-level designees: George Barnes (Riverside Elementary)
transplants by placing them where leaVes attach to the 2014 Rookie Teacher of the Year Tyler Hufdson (Sneads Elementary)
in a location that receives main stem. This is called Erica Barnes (Cottondale Elementary) Rebecca N. McNinch (Sneads High)
several hours of morning sun "de-suckering." Courtney Hodges (Cottondale High) Sheryl S. Johnson (District Office)
for a couple of days, and then )) Tomatoes also may be Ashley E. Beard (Golson Elementary) Vanessa Clark (Transportation Dept.)
gradually introduce them to grown in cages. Vine types Kayla D. Hyatt (Graceville Elementary) 2015 Jackson County Teacher of the Year
more sun over a seven-day grow too tall for most com- Sara Bien (Grand Ridge School) Pamela Toole (Cottondale Elementary)
period. Also, allow the plants mercial tomato cages, but Amanda Whitfield (Malone School) 'Billie Ohler (Cottondale High)
to wit very slightly before they can be grown in a cage John McKenzie Lane (Marianna High) Susan Stone Lockey (Golson Elementary)
watering, made by creating a cylinder Elnath Maldonado (Marianna Middle) Heather Bailey (Graceville Elementary)
Tomato plants need full out of 5-6 feet of concrete Rebecca Hart (Sneads Elementary) Philip Jones (Graceville High)
direct sun for eight or more reinforcement wire. When Ashley G. Pavuk (Sneads High) Michaeline Sheffield (Grand Ridge Elementary)
hours for best production grown this way, vining toma- 2014 School-Related Employee of the Year Tim Baggett (Grand Ridge Middle)
and should be planted into toes are not de-suckered. Karla Crosby (.Adult Education) Joy Hand (Hope School)
fertile, well-drained soil that )) Bush varieties of toma- Bertha Ann White (Cottondale Elementary) Brian Bowman (Jackson Alternative School)
has high organic matter con- toes may be grown on stakes E. Shanae Dickens (Cottondale High) Keneisha Long-Smith (Jackson County Early Childhood
tent.Duringbedpreparation, or in a commercial tomato Larry Jackson (Golson Elementary) Center)
dig in generous amounts of cages and are not de-suck- Barbara Reece (Graceville Elementary) Roger I. Pittman (Jackson County School at Sunland)
compost or aged manure and ered grown either way. Jack Carnley (Graceville High) Sharon Calloway (Malone School Elementary)
a light application of fertiliz- ))After the first tomatoes on Wilma Johnson (Grand Ridge School) Ricky Braswell (Malone School High)
er. Don't overdo the fertilizer the plants have reached the Don Holland (Hope School) Joy Kathleen McCrary (Maianna High)
at first. You can always side- size of a quarter, side-dress Tina Bigale Wilson (Jackson Alternative School) Sarah Moore (Mlaianna Middle) dress with more later on. plants with 1-2 tablespoons Mary Carol Murdock (Jackson County Early Childhood Paige Cavanaugh (Riverside Elementary)
)) Plant tomatoes in raised of all-purpose fertilizer per Center) Anna Martin (Sneads Elementary)
beds or on raised rows in the plant to keep them growing Silvia C. Carr (Jackson County School at Sunland) Ashley Harvey (Sneads High) garden. A common mistake vigorously. Repeat that every William Preston Roberts Ill (Malone School) is to plant the small trans- four weeks. Kathy Ferrell (Marianna High) Source: Jackson County School Board.

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Baseball, softball find success in openers
BY DUSTIN KENT 1-for-3 with a double and and Glendale Community munity College 8-3 before was disappointed in our "I was not disappointed
dkent@jcfloridan.com two RBI. College 3-2. losing to Palm Beach State pitching a little bit just offensively at all, but we
Chipola followed that On Sunday, Chipola split 9-8. because I felt like it was have a ways to go to comThe Chipola baseball up with a 5-2 win over apairofgames, fallingll-1 The Indians wrapped something we were go- pete as a team. But we and softball teams opened College of Southern Ida- to No. 16 up the weekend with a ing to do well, but looking battled well and fought
their regular seasons over ho, with Jessica Elliott@Salt Lake 6-5 victory over Miami back it was only the sec- from behind, which is
the weekend, with the striking out eight batters b e f o r e Dade in 10 innings, com- ond time we had thrown encouraging."
baseball team going 2-1 in in seven innings to get the finishing ing back from a 5-3 deficit live and we were just not The baseball team will
Clearwater and the soft- victory, with Armenta and I up with after eight innings by scor- ready. make its home debut
ball team winning four of Brashante Dareus each an 8-1 ing two in the ninth and "But offensively, there Wednesday against Walseven in Las Vegas. picking up two hits and win over another in the 10th to get were some guys who had lace State-Dothan at 3 p.m.
The Lady Indians opened Katie Harrison driving in Colorado Northwestern. the walk-off win. real good weekends. and will host Shelton State
the season with a big 6-5 two. Chipola baseball had a Chipola coach Jeff John- Danny Mars had an ex- at the same time Thursday
victory over No. 4 Pima After making it three delayed start after having son said it was a mixed ceptional weekend and so and Walters State on Frion Friday, Rosanne de Vr- straight wins by knocking Friday's scheduled opener bag for his club to start the did Josh Merrigan. Bert day at 11 a.m. ies picking up the win for off Phoenix College 6-3, against San Jacinto Col- year, which wasn't at all Givens had a home run The Indians finish the five innings of work and the Lady Indians came lege-North rained out, but surprising, and a double and hit a weekend Saturday and
Dayane Armenta leading back Saturday and lost came back Saturday to "I knew we weren't ready couple of balls real good, Sundaywith games against
the offense with three hits, both games, falling to No. split a doubleheader, beat- to be a polished club go- and Chase Scott swung it Walters State and Shelton while Alyssa Hathcoat was 18 Eastern Arizona 10-2 ing South Florida Com- ing out there," he said. "I pretty well. State.

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BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Chipola men's and women's
teams will head to Niceville today for
huge matchups with Northwest Florida
State that both could play big roles in
determining the Panhandle Conference champions.
The No. 10 Chipola men (19-3 overall,
"5-2 in the Panhandle) will be looking to ~go two games up on the No. 14 Raiders (19-4, 4-3), while a Northwest win
would turn the already cluttered league
I Katliy S. Johnson/Courtesy of Twin City News standings into a jumbled mess.
Sneads softball players Alaynah Weiss (top) and Shelbi Byler (bottom) signed college scholarships Friday afternoon at Sneads Gulf Coast State also sits in second High School. Weiss signed with Gulf Coast State and Byler with Alabama Southern, place at 4-3 and takes on Pensacola
State (3-4) tonight as well.
Weis Byer akecolegechoces The Indians won the first matchup
with the Raiders 86-78 in Marianna
W esB lrm k c le ec oc s on Jan. 18 in the first game after key
Cpoaplayers Cinmeon Bowers, ToBY DUSTIN KENT High School. junior season. "It's great because we've rian Graham, and Jamaar McKay were
dkent@jcfioridan.com Weiss, a shortstop who bat- The senior duo said it worked so hard and it's a great suspended indefinitely for a Jan. 16 ted .367 with two home runs would be hard to go their accomplishment," Weiss said. arrest. Sneads softball stars Mlay- and 27 RBI'as a junior in 2013, separate ways after playing "Leaving (Byler) will be tough Chipola is now 3-1 since the suspennah Weiss and Shelbi Byler signed with Gulf Coast State, together since grade school, because we've been playing sions and will again be without the trio made their college destina- while the third baseman Byler but both were excited at together since we were kids." in the rematch. tions official Friday afternoon signed with Alabama South- the opportunity to fuilwhen they signed scholarship emn after hitting .374 with a fill the dream of playing offers in a ceremony at Sneads home run and 28 RBI in her college softball. See CHOICES, Page 6B See NICE VILLE, Page 6B



Six district champs in WeWa

BY DUSTIN KENT in the last 10 years. qualified to move on to the dkent@jcfloridan corn Seniors Chris Warf (138 Region 1 meet at Bishop pounds), Devin Combs Snyder in Jacksonville on The Marianna Bulldogs (152), Ben Byrd (160), Feb. 7-8. wrestling team traveled Trevon Johnson (170), Bulldogs coach Ron to Wewahitchka on Sattur- Marquette Roulhac (182), Thoreson said that it was day for the District 1-1A and Greg Screen (220) all a great day overall foi the meet and came back with took district titles for the Bulldogs. six district champions, Bulldogs. "Our wiestlers gave evthough they fell just short Seniors AJ Ward (120) erything they had in comof their goal of a team title. andlamesonMaddox(132) petition and I anm extremeMarianna finished run- both finished runner-up in ly proud of each and every ner-up as a team in the dis- their weight classes, while one of them," he said. "We trict for the second year in junior Edwin Velez, Jr. (145) are turning our attention tIETII)P10
a ro, bt te Blldos dd ad snio RicardDavs t regona no an weThe Marianna High School wrestling team competed in the District 1-1A tournament in makehisorywiththemos (28) ech.tookfootli hop todo ell her asWewahitchka on Saturday, finishing runner-up as a team with six individual district champions. L individual district champs All 10 Marianna wrestlers well."





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Ratings, another record for Super Bowl


The Associated Press "Big-event television is out in the fourth quarter to town Giants were winning
a great way for people to ruin any chance at a ratings in dramatic fashion.
NEW YORK For the have a communal even record. So when Percy Har- Fox said an average of
fourth time in five years, to talk about it socially and y w in. ran the opening kickoff 528,000 people watched
the Super Bowl has set a re- to talk about it as a group, 1 F1- of the second half back for the live Internet stream
cord for the most-watched said Bill Wanger, execu- a touchdown to give the of the game, peaking at
television event in U.S. rive vice president for pro-- Seahawks a 29-0 lead, "let's the end of the third quarhistory, drawing 111.5 mil- gramming and research at just say we weren't pop- ter. The number of Super
lion viewers even though Fox Sports. "You see that in .s ping Champagne bottles," Bowl-related tweets was
the Seattle Seahawks' 43- the Super Bowl numbers of he said. up from 24.1 million last
8 victory over the Den- the past four or five years. But initial interest in the year.
ver Broncos wasn't really They've just gone uto a game pehp uld The moment of peak accompetitive, different level." byisNwYr-area set- tivity on Twi tter came after
The ratings record is The game also set ting was high enough Harvin's TD jaunt. Harvin's
further evidence of how standards for the most- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to overcome the lopsided rtin produced a 381,605
live events are becoming streamed sports event on- The Super Bowl generated over Ill million viewers nation wide. score. Ratings for the open- tweet per minute average, dependable and valuable line and, with 24.9 million the New York Giants and cords for the previous ing kickoff were 12 percent the companysald. The next properties for broadcast tweets, the biggest U.S. live New England Patriots, ac- three years in a row. higher than they were for biggest peaks of activity television at a time the au- TV event on Twitter, cording to the Nielsen "We were a little sur- last year's game, Fox said. came when Jermaine Kedience is fragmenting and The Seattle victory company. Until last year's prised, absolutely," Wanger For the New York market, arse caught a touchdown ratings for regular enter- eclipsed the 111.3 million game dipped slightly to said. The blowout had the Super Bowl rating was pass and Malcolm Smith tainment shows continue viewers who watched the 108.7 million, the Super some at Fox worried that higher than it was two returned an interception to fall. 2012 Super Bowl between Bowl had set ratings re- enough people would tune years ago when the home- for a touchdown.



Man llegdlyshot by Hernandez shot again

The Associated Press Vevo Lounge Bar & Grill in and an injured Bradley got Monday.
Hartford's South Meadows out and fell on the street, Detectives recovered 11 HARTFORD, Conn. A neighborhood, police Lt. Foley sald. shell casings from outside
man who alleges he was Brian Foley said. He was taken to a hos- of the club, Foley said, and
New England Patriots tight shot multiple times in the and was listed in stable ed stolen from Springfield, end Aaron Hernandez in right thigh, he retrieved a condition. Mass. Foley said the in-
Florida was shot again, gun from his car and tried Bradley was charged vestigation into who shot this time outside a Con- to enter the nightclub, with criminal possession Bradley is ongoing. necticut nightclub, where Foley sald, before he of a firearm, criminal' use Bradley, an associate of he then opened fire, police' opened fire. of a firearm and other Hernandez, alleges in a
said Monday. No other injuries were crimes. Florida lawsuit that he lost
Alexander Bradley was reported. His Connecticut lawyer, his right eye when Hernanpart of a disturbance in- Responding police of- Robert Pickering, hung dez shot him in the face as volving money Sunday ficers stopped a car that up the phone on a report- they argued outside a Mi- TEASCAE RS
that spilled' outside of the sped. away from the club, er without commenting ami club last February. Alexander Bradley has been shot again, multiple times.



Browns hire Kyle Shanahan as offensive coordinator

The Associated Press coordinator for the last six head coach of the Wash- incorporating the pistol in rushing (135.3). Receiv- allowed him to explore seasons and has 10 years ington Redskins, formation and read op- er Pierre Garcon set a fran- other jobs after ChudzinCLEVELAND New as an NFL assistant. Both Shanahans ,spent tion, and the Rgdskins in chise record and led the ski was fired, and Turner
Cleveland Browns coach An experienced coordi- four seasons with Wash- 2012 became the first team NFL with 113 receptions. was hired as coordinator Mike -Pettine has his play nator is crucial as Cleve- ington before being fired in NFL history to pass for The Browns interviewed by new Vikings coach Mike caller. land tries to turn around Dec. 30 after a 3-13 season. 3,400 yards and rush for Ralders quarterbacks Zimmer.
Kyle Shanahan was hired its fortunes. The Browns, They also clashed with 2,700. They led the league coach John DeFilippo on The Cleveland offense as offensive coordinator who had four offensive quarterback Robert Grif- in yards per play (6.17), Thursday. ranked 27th in scoring (19.3
Monday after spending the players in the Pro Bowl, are fin III. won therushing title and Shanahan replaces vet- points per game), 18th in
previous four years in, the expected to select a quar- But Kyle Shanahan Griffin set league rookie eran coordinator and total yardage (338.9), 11Ith same role with the Wash- terback early in May's draft brings a strong resume to records for passer rating three-time head coach passing (252.5) and tied for ington Redskins, and Shanahan Will have a the Browns. His offenses (102.4), interception per- Norv Turner. The Browns 27th rushing (86.4).
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Putin shows softer side, wins TOC support

The Associated Press Persian leopard because among minors, anti-gay laws, has sent a
of the Olympic Games," "People have a very good delegation to Sochi made
SOCHI, Russia Strok- Putin said. "Let's say that understanding of what it up of three openly gay-athing a Persian leopard because of the Olympic really means to single out letes tennis great Billie
sprawled on his lap, tough- Games, we have restored the Olympic Games to Jean King, 2006 Olympic
guy President Vladimir Pu- parts of the destroyed make an ostentatious ges- hockey medalist Caitlin:
tin showed his softer side nature." ture which allegedly costs Cahow, and figure skater
Thursday as he prepared Putin entered the cage nothing but produces in- Brian Boitano.
to welcome the world to and petted the leopard on ternational headlines," Speaking to the same
his budget-busting Winter the head. "We liked each said Bach, a German law- IOC meeting, Putin said
Olympics. other," he said. yer and Olympic gold nothing about the hard isBasking in the glow of Some journalists ac- medal winner, sues confronting the Sochi
support from Internation- companying him weren't The buildup to the Olym- Games cost overruns,
al Olympic Committee so lucky. They apparently THEASSOCIATEDPRESS pics has been overshad- unfinished hotels and an
Chairman Thomas Bach, upset the big cat, which Vladimir Putin (right) met with the International Olympic owed by Western criticism uproar in some countries Putin began his stay at the scratched one of them on Committee last week. of the anti-gay law and over gay rights.
Sochi Games by promot- the hand and bit another Russia's record on human But he boasted that Rusing a cuddly image, visit- on the knee, Russian news slam world leaders who Without naming any rights and other issues, sia had undertaken the ing a group of endangered agencies reported. snubbed the games. He individuals, Bach's com- making Sochi among the monumental effort of
Persian leopard cubs born In Putin's presence later, said sports should not be ments appeared direct- most politically charged starting from scratch' in last summer in the moun- Bach used an IOC gather- "used as a stage for po- ed at President Barack games in years. Sochi and completing the
tains above the Black Sea ing to criticize politicians litical dissent or for try- Obama and European Obama and key Euro- needed construction in a resort. for attacking the Sochi ing to score points in politicians who have taken pean leaders are shunning short time, something he
"We've decided to re- Olympics "on the backs internal or external politi- stands against Russia's law the Olympics. Obama, in a said it took other countries store the population of the of the athletes" and to cal contests." banning gay"propaganda" clear message against the decades to prepare.




Bach slams politicians over Sochi Olympics

The Associated Press as a stage for political dis- of the anti-gay law and ish Prime Minister David sent or for trying to score Russia's record on human Cameron.
SOCHI, Russia IOC points in internal or exter- rights and other issues, Bach reiterated again President Thomas Bach nal political contests." making Sochi among the that Putin had given the accused world leaders "Have the courage to most politically charged IOC assurances that the Tuesday of using the So- address your disagree- games in years. Olympic Charter would be
chi Olympics as a political ments in a peaceful direct Obama and key Euro- upheld during the games platform "on the backs of political dialogue and not pean leaders are shunning and that homosexuals the athletes," and of snub- on the backs of the ath- the Olympics. Obama, in a would not be discriminatbing the games without letes," he said at a cere- clear message against the ed against. even being invited. mony attended by Russian anti-gay laws, has sent a Bach said Olympic valThree days before the President Vladimir Putin. delegation to Sochi made ues stand against any form opening of Russia's first "People have a very good up of three openly gay ath- of discrimination, includWinter. Games, Bach used understanding of what it letes tennis great Billie ing on grounds of sexual a hard-hitting speech to really means to single out Jean King, 2006 Olympic orientation. call out politicians for us- the Olympic Games to hockey medalist Caitlin But he. stressed the IOC ing the Olympics to make make an ostentatious ges- Cahow and figure skater must be "politically neuan "ostentatious ges- ture which allegedly costs Brian Boitano. tral without being apolititure" serving their own nothing but produces in- For the first time since cal" and that athletes must THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
agendas. ternational headlines. 2000, the U.S. delegation not use the Olympic Vil- Committee president Thomas Bach feels that politicians are
Without naming any "In the extreme, we had to an Olympics will not lage and venues for "politi- using the Olympics as personal gain. individuals, Bach's com- to see a few politicians include a president, vice cal demonstrations." ments appeared direct- whose contributions to president or first lady. The IOC has come uned at President Barack the fight for a good cause Former Homeland Secu- der criticism for not do- said. "We are not a supe- IOC's three-day session,.or Obama and European consisted of publicly rity chief Janet Napolitano ing more to fight the anti- rior world-parliament. We general assembly, ahead of politicians who have taken declining invitations leads the delegation. gay law, but Bach said the do not have a mandate to the games. The German's stands against Russia's law they had not even German President committee was a sports impose measures on soy- sharp comments marked
banning gay "propaganda" received." Joachim Gauck and French organization with limited ereign states." a strong contrast with the
among minors. The buildup to the Olym- President Francois Hol- responsibilities. Bach's speech was deliv- relatively anodyne, diploThe Olympics, Bach pics has been overshad- lande are also not coming "We are not a supra-na- ered at a ceremony mark- matie speeches of his presaid, should not be "used owed by Western criticism to Sochi. Neither is Brit- tional government," he ing the opening of the decessor, Jacques Rogge.




Concussion specialist may begin new era in Sochi

The Associated Press specialist such as a neurol- port Program. for other U.S. athletes
ogist," Budgett told the AP Wilkens said Kutcher, as needed, according to In another sign of the in a telephone interview, who has helped the U.S. Wilkens.
growing concern about "But it's good that they've ski team with its concus- "His primaryresponsibilhead trauma in sports, the got a specialist coming sion policy, will be the ity is with us, but if a slider
NHL and the U.S. ski team out because there's a lot on-hill physician for ski- gets a concussion, for exwill each have at least one .. of interest in monitoring cross along with snow- ample, Jeff will be there to
concussion expert at the concussions. boarding's parallel giant help," Wilkens said. "For
Sochi Olympics. a The Olympics are like a slalom and parallel sla- the two weeks, we're all a
Dr. Jeff Kutcher, a Michi- fish bowl with every- lom. Kutcher will also care part of Team USA."
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KRASNAYA POLYANA, Speedskating has been
Russia Shaun White on the Olympic program
saw the glassy sheen of the since the first Winter
super-steep takeoff ramp Games in 1924, while its
and knew something bad unpredictable offshoot,
was coming. short track, became an ofHe fell and jammed his facial sport in 1992.
left wrist- adding another Speedskating is held on
a 400-meter oval at disnagging injury to his long a oval a ....
list of bumps and bruises tances ranging from 500
while also entering his to 10,000 meters, with two
name on the growing list skaters going at a time but THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
of athletes falling victim essentially racing against Shani Davis practices his skating in preparation for Sochi.
to a treacherous Olympic the clock. Simply put, the
sopestyeTHE ASSOCIATED fastest time wins the gold Netherlands (82) and Nor- the same event at three
'A little intimidating," Snowboarding sensation Shaun White has fallen victim to medal. There are also team way (80) have captured the straight Olympics. The 31he called the course after the injury bug plaguing Olympic athletes. pursuit events most overall medals, and year-old won gold in the
Tuesday's training. "It's In short track, skaters the Dutch are expected to 1,000 at both Turin and
been a challenge." gins Thursday the day timidating. Unfortunate. compete on a 111-meter be the powerhouse team at Vancouver, and he's conThrough two days of before the opening cer- I'm hoping the builders course in the middle of a these games. now poised sidered a strong contender practice runs in the Rus- emony with White try- can make some changes hockey-sized rink, and the to be the biggest stars, to make it three in a row. sian mountains above ing to win the first of two and the course has a little clock isn't important at all. SHANI'S THREEPEAT: He also won silver in the Sochi, the course at Rosa gold medals at this year's more of a friendlyvibe, But There are frequent crashes American star Shani Davis 1,500 at the last two OlymKhutor Extreme Park has Olympics. His attempt I can't change the course. and disqualifications, lead- will try to do something pics, and he would love to already taken out one at a third straight title on Just doing the best I can." ing the sport to be known that's never been done by add a gold in the other of of the favorites, Torstein the halfpipe is set for next Rider after rider said the as "roller derby on ice." The a male speedskater: Win his favorite events. Horgmo of Norway, who Tuesday. same thing. As Tuesday's head-to-head races are
broke a collarbone while First, though, he must training session was wind- conducted in heats until riding through the rails emerge unscathed from ing down, a large cluster a winner is determined at Monday. a slopestyle course that is of snowboarders and their individual distances rangOn Tuesday, shortly af- taking its toll on some of coaches met at the base ing from 500 to 1,500 meter White's minor injury, the world's best riders, for a discussion of what ters. There are also team Marika Enne of Finland "It's frustrating to see changes need to be made relays. fell hard and hit her head it," White said. "It puts before Thursday. COUNTRIES TO WATCH: at the end of her run. She a damper on the whole "When we get to a Despite perennial funding was taken off the course mood and it's kind of like course, nothing's perfect," challenges, the U.S. speedon a stretcher with a you're getting ready to do American snowboarder skating program has won concussion, a big trick and you see Chas Guldemond said. more gold medals (29) than 0 D
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From Page 113 Sneads team that is among District tournaments continue this week, with Manl- Chipolday wiland Thea weeknd bylac hstinggame
the favorites in Class IA to anna hosting the District 1-4A tourney and Graceville Wenes and hrSaybt aat Walla efe ta-Do "We're best friends and I make a run at a state title. hosting the District 2-1A tourney, while Malone will on Walters State on Friday at 1.1 a.m. don't know what we'll do Their coach Kelvin travel to Bethlehem for the District 1-l1A tourney Shelton State will then play Walters State immediwithout each other, but I'm Johnson said he had no The District 2-lA semifinals will be Friday, with ately following that game. happy to be moving on to doubt that both Weiss and Vernon facing the winner of BlountstownlCottondale y gol goraetfauigaorprosrml the next level." Byler had the skills to make at 7:30 p.m. and the winner of Altha/Wewahltchka Afolfa tournament fe30p.atuInan rprisorle
Said Byler: "It's really spe- a big impact at the next playing the winner of Graceville/Sneads at 6 p.m. Club.
cial because I've worked so level. The championship game will be Saturday at 7 p.m. All golfers are invited to tee it up with current and
hard my whole life since I "Both of these girls are In the District 1-4A semifinals on Friday, West former Major League Baseball alumni, sponsors and was 8 years old. It's special good high school play- Florida will play Pensacola Catholic in Pensacola at 7 ges. to know that I made it so I ers and if I was a college p.m., and Marianna will host Walton at 7 p.m. Agcsua lmnsoil.sstfopm can actually say, 'I made it.' coach, I would sign both The championship game will be Saturday night in On auray, evemnkic o f wiseth Chi7pom.Watr But it's definitely going to of them," he said. "They do Marianna at 7 p.m. State- at 10 a.m., followed by the annual Alumni Home
be hard (playing without everything you want and The first round of the District 1-lIA tournament Run Derby, Jersey Weiss). It looks like we're they do it well and they semifinals on .Friday, the winner of Paxton/Poplar Retirement Ceremony for MLB All-Star Rtisseli Martin, going to be playing each love softball. They've put in Springs will play the winner of Laurel Hill/Bethlehem a silent auction during the derby, and an MLBIMiLB other, so it will be weird a lot of time and work and at 6 p.m., and Malone plays the winner of Central! autograph session to follow. seeing her on the other it's showing. I'm real proud Ponce de Leon at 7:30 p.m. The annual alumni dinner will begin at 7 p.m.
side." of them. If anyone deserves with special guest speakers and entertainment to be
The pair helped lead the this, it's these two." Chipola Basketball announced.,

Chipola men's and women's basketball teams will The weekend concludes Sunday with a game featur*Ce 1i (Monday), we've played in travel to Niceville on Wednesday to take on Northwest ing Chipola vs. Shelton State at I p.m.
somany games that were Florida State before finishing the week Saturday on Chipola coach Jeff Johnson and members of the e probably the biggest game the road against Pensacola State. Alumni Committee Nathan Marks (00'), Andrew Gay
From Page 1B in the country this year, so The women's games will start at 5.30 p.m. followed (07'), Jason Barber (06') invite all former players and
this is nothing that's for- by the men at 7:30 p.m. Chipola alumni to join them in supporting and
Northwest bounced back eign to us. I actually think participating in the weekend's events.
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seven conference wins by manning and the third
double digits. meeting between the two
That includes a 5 5-45 set for Feb. 22 in Marianna,
win over No. 10 Northwest making this game of great
which Chipola jumped out Raiders if they are realistic S aw 1 s Pr v e
to a 38-19 halftime lead about a Panhandle title.
and controlled the action That could mean a rhe Associated Press is really a unique coach
from start to finish. Northwest team playing -his personality, the
But the Lady Raiders with even greater urgency MIAMI Miami Heat way he coaches the game,
have gone 3-0 since then this time around, though coach Erik Spoeistra wasn't 4 his mind. He's creative,"
with vhns over Tallahassee, Franklin said that's noth- surprised by how well the Spoelstra said. "His energy
Pensacola State, and Gulf ing new for his team. Seattle *Seahawks played for somebody his age
Coast State by an average "I think we take every- in the Super Bowl, because when I saw him out there,
margin of 23 points per body's best punch every he witnessed a preview in I was like, 'If he can bring
game and represent per- night and I like that. It pre- August. that, I can bring more."'
haps the last big hurdle for pares you for the big test at Spoelstra. was a guest Carroll. is 62, Spoelstra
Chipola to climb to get to a the end," he said. during training camp at 43.
conference crown. "I feel like the whole Seahawks headquar ters, Spoelstra said the SeHowever, Lady Indians year we've had a bull's-eye where he sat in on meet- ahawks have a basketball
coach Greg Frankdin in- on our backs and we've ings, spoke to the team hoop in a teamn meetings
sisted Tuesday that there weathered a lot of storms and watched practice. room that came into play
was more pressure on and regrouped to get here "The speed, the quick- THE ASSOCIATED PRES during his visit.
Northwest Florida State to and we're playing some of ness, the power you saw Hea coac Erk1oltake nAgs h oeta f was writing notes
win than there was for his the best defense that I've from that team' Sunday Hth cahwk S o ake nAgutteptnilo down, and coach called team. ever had a team play for night, I saw that in train- teSawk.me up, and we ended up
"It's not the end-all for me." ing camp," Spoelstra said NBA titles, said he trade d his visit to Seahawks camp playing PIG in front of
us, but it would be a big- Chipola has held four Monday. "My hat's off to text messages, Monday inspiring, the whole group," Spoelstime dagger for them," he of its last five opponents them. It's not easy to win with Seahawks coach Pete. "I went up there just to tra said. When asked if he said. "We're going to go to 45 or fewer points and a championship in any Carroll and congratulated learn and try to take some- won, Spoelstra said yes. over and play really loose held TCC to just 22 points sport." him for Seattle's 43-8 vic- thing from them, some- He said the Seahawks
and have fun with the situ- in Saturday's 39-point Spoelstra, who has led tory over Denver. thing I could learn myself have an open invitation to ation. It's like I told the kids home win, the Heat to back-to-back Spoelstra said he found from a coach who I think visit the Heat.

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Jako Cot F a a n i t fToyota 2011 Camry LE. CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE "- 4 door sedan, metallic PURSUANT TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
Jackson County Floridan has an immediate opening for a full time photographer. 4 orsdnmtli URUN OFS.CATR4
green, 34,000 miles. Tan NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance With the Candidates m ust possess a solid understanding of digital photography, composition and cloth interior. Very clean. Partial Summary Judgment of Foreclosure datlighting. This position will work directly with reporters and newsroom staff to develop and $14,900. Will accept rea- ed January 30, 2014, in Case No.: 13-535-CA of
produce photographs and shoot video to accompany stories. This position is responsible sonable offer. 334-402-1180 or 334-397-4301 the Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial Cirfor covering a wide variety of assignments from features to sports and illustrations, cuit in and for Jackson County, Florida, in the
MOTORCYLES above-styled cause, I will sell to the highest
Duties also include posting video, photographs and stories to the Web. Multimedia and best bidder for cash at public sale on the
including reporting and writing is a plus. Candidates should be familiar with Microsoft Yamaha 2005 V-star 650 classic shafts drive, front steps of the Court House at 11:00 a.m.
Word, Microsoft Outlook, and Photoshop as well as some knowledge of software programs saddle bags, windshield, front light bar, crash CST on March 17, 2014 the following described
that aid in posting to the Web. Must be willing to learn new things, be flexible and able to bar 7000 miles, very good condition property:
adapt and grow with the job. Reliable transportation is a must. A valid driver's !ikense, $3000. 334-714-9380. THE LAND REFERRED TO HEREIN BELOW IS SITproof of auto insurance and the ability to cover assignments at night or on weekends is SPORT_._ UI-_LITY UATED IN THE COUNTY OF JACKSON, STATE OF
required. College degree preferred. Must be a self starter with a strong work ethic and FL, AND IS DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
have the ability to work independently. Ford 1987 Bronco 4x4
RUNS GREAT! Good tires. COMMENCE AT AN EXISTING IRON ROD MARKRUNSV GREATg Good oresr ING THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE NORTHEOE/M/F/D/V: Drug and background screening is required. New Sears battery, rear EAST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER
window motor, fuel gauge. OF SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP'6 NORTH, RANGE 12 Brakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k WEST, JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDA; THENCE Apply online at www.bhmginc.com miles on major tune-up (including distributor, S00020'00"W A DISTANCE OF 1364.08 FEET;
plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as THENCE N8940'OOW, 57.42 FEET TO A SET IRON my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking ROD PSM NO. 6111 MARKING A POINT ON THE EDUCATION DENT$3,400. 334-750-5000 SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF STATE
INSTRUCTIONREAL ESTATE FORSALE Ford 2004 Explorer: Green. Extra clean, loaded ROAD NO. 2; THENCE ALONG SAID ROAD RIGHT
with all power. Low miles. New tires. Garage OF WAY ON A CURVE CONCAVE TOWARDS THE
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kept. Excellent condition. $9,750 or best offer. 348'05", A RADIUS DISTANCE OF 3769.83 FEET, beautiful Graceviile FL home and farm 334-347-6375 AND AN ARC LENGTH OF 250.12 FEET TO A SET
Look ahead to your Honda 2009 CRV,- low miles, under warranty, IRON ROD/CAP PSM NO. 6111 AND CALL THIS
future! Start training 4BR, 3 v BA, custom built home on 239 must sell. $201) down, $259 per month. Call Ron THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE DEPARTING
Can divide..175 acres tillable for corn, soy- ~ i
F for a new career in Ellis 334-714-0028. SAID SOUTH LINE ON A BEARING OF
FO TI Medical Assisting, beans, cotton. Large free standing building. Sl5'3W 5.0FE OASTIO
Medical in, 3 wells. Joe Farris, Land and Stand Properties. Nissan 2012 Rouge, Super Nice SUV, Good fami- $11050'43"W, 150.80 FEET TO A SET IRON
COLLEGE M lOffice Admin., we850-387-5517 ly vehicle, plenty of room, loaded, bring this ad ROD/CAP PSM NO. 6111; THENCE $7000'21"W
Pharmacy Technology, in and get $500 discount, $250 down, $250 per 196.99 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD/CAP PSM NO.
& HVAC! H F S month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. 6111 ON THE EASTERLY LINE OF A 20 FOOT
Call Fortis College 855-445-3276 DRAINAGE EASEMENT; THENCE ALONG SAID
For consumer info: visit www.fortis.edu Malone 3/3 2231sf. brick home CH/A florida rm. : ] EASEMENT ON A BEARING OF N3205'01'W,
fenced bk yd. 2 storage building; 81.24 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD/CAP PSM NO.
RES_ D_ IL ;fencd blo k om 2 soragbuling OBChevy 2010 Silverado, 4 door, 54K miles, 6111; THENCE N36'05'10"W ALONG SAID EASEREASE TA REoT 334-300-7170 OR 850-591-4729 On-star, Bluetooth, Weathertech mats. MENT A DISTANCE OF 141.38 FEET TO A SET
Retiring and must sell. $24,500. 334-585-5288 IRON ROD/CAP PSM NO. 6111; THENCE .. ............. UNUNSE I......... N0251'56"W ALONG SAID EASEMENT A DISGMC 1998 Sierra 1500 state owned and
R CREAM TION maintained runs & rides great! $3495. OBO TANCE OF 98.19 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD/CAP
maitaied PSM NO. 6111 ON THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF
Apartments for Rent in Greenwood 850-526-2963 or 850-557-2523. WAY OF AFORESAID'STATE ROAD NO.2;
2 BR $450 1BR $400 Toyota 2010 Tacoma SR5 THENCE ALONG SAID ROAD ON A BEARING OF
Cal 2,'489 Sn .ake 2-DPnton White, 2 wheel drive, 4 door $80001'32"E, 161.21 FEET TO A 4 X 4 FDOT CON, ,9SV Tracker 24-DL Pontoon V6, tow package, new tires, CRETE MONUMENT MARKING THE P.C. OF
cedar~": crekAprtens BR1B $0 Boat, 90HP Evinrude Out-m board Model E 90 TL CEM, Excellent condition. 46,000 CURVE; THENCE EASTERLY ALONG A CURVE
lr miles. $23,300. 334-693-4987 or 796-5919 CONCAVE TO THE SOUTH AND HAVING A DELAppi, lawn care & pest control included. deck table, fold-up ladder, $,3034-9487o76519TA ANGLE OF 255'35", A RADIUS DISTANCE OF
Must be 62 or older or disabled. Call 850-352- TAANGLEOF_2_55'35",_ARADIUSDISTANCEOF
3878 or email cedarcreek@nchousing.net new battery. Trailer not included. Older model D 3769.83 FEET, AND AN ARC LENGTH OF 192.55
but it looks good and runs great. $4,500. Lake FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
UN FRISHED Seminole south of Donalsonville, GA on Rt. 374.
Contact Dee at dee.german@aol.com or call CALL FOR TOP PRICE DATED: January 30, 2014
1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna 229-515-7600.
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own FOR JUNK VEHICLES DALE RABON GUTHRIE
Lot rent included. For details Clerk of the Court
NO 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4,I TRANSPORTATION I ALSO SELL USED PARTS Clr ofm t eyr
2/1 house Baker Ave. Marianna $575. mo l24HOURTOWING 1334-792-8664 y:TamyaieYepu
$650. dep No Pets I yr. lease r ANTIQUE & CLASSIVEH- - -- I D y C
Call Joanne 850-693-0570 1936 Packard suicide rear 4-doors, super 8 w/ 6 We Vehicle
.inline 8 cyl. 454 cu. in eng. wooden spoke
3br/2.Sba 2400 sq. ft. home ,fenced back yard, wheels & outside fender mounted spares out- Running or not!
detached garage w/office, in-ground pool, side luggage rack in rear. Needs lots of repairs. 334-794-9576 or 3 7914714 pets w/approval in Indian Springs $1400. mo + -.................
de.Call 850-526-8426 Serious lnauiries only. Only 1500 built that yr. $2000. cash, firm! I
dep. ~~~~Serious Prospects onyl please 334-983-3836. W ILBYY U A
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"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" CADILLAC 1991 Brougham, under 15 thousand Regardless of year, make, model, we have
LEASE........ ........ .... miles, garage kept $5,500 OBO 334-687-9161 millions of dollars on hand to, pay you good
-: Chevrolet 2010 Impala, 25,800 miles, money for your curent vehicle, item in the
r......................... I owner, power everything, rear spoiler. We Are On The Coast But Worth The Drive,
This cute little building c & reputable,'& we can give you a fair price
just south of US 90 Great condition. $Dark grey.B- appraisal in 15 minutes.
between Caledonia and $10,500 firm. Call 334-588-3571. appinm nte 4
McPherson Sts for sale : Grand Marque 2008 leather seat, -ownea fer Call for appointments dealer 877-497-7975 ,
.lor lease once again! low mileage, black w/ gray int. new tires,
New CH&Asystem to help keep your energy 3 garage kept, looks like new, Real Clean'! costs down. No need to be stuck in A strip : 334-797-5151 L G L
mail. Have your own office/business build- : ":2 Honda 2000 Odyssey LEGA NOTICES [(850) 526-361
ing. Surprising low low market rates. $69,900 : Family van- Runs perfect.
James M. (Robby) Roberts Jr., Broker : Clean inside & out. Ice cold LF160375
Prudential Jim Roberts Realty S .air. Everything works. Has
Prudent i R R been garage kept. 152k mi. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE FOURTEENTH (
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MOIL HO E FO REN Honda 2009 Accord, great gas mileage, certi- CASE NO.: 13-535-CA
field warranty, nice car, well equipped. $250 2/1 14 ft. wd. Elec, heat & air. down and $250 per month. Call Steve Hatcher CENTENNIAL BANK, as successor in interest
S. of Alford on Mill Rd. $S500. mo. & dep. 334-791-8243. to COASTAL COMMUNITY BANK,
850-573-1~1850-579-8882/850-29-16 4 Lincoln/Mercury Tracer 1991 with 44K miles Plaintiff, original miles, 4-dr. gedan, automatic, AC, blue
2/2 located in Sneads $350. mo. matalfic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-701-0010. vs
0 850-573-0308 40 Nissan 2013 Altima S, low miles, fully equipped, WESLEY C. MILES, a/k/a WESLEY C.
2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. must sell. $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron MILES, JR.; UNKNOWN TENANT #1 $500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. Ellis 334-714-0028. and UNKNOWN TENANT #2, the names ________________....
http:// www.charloscountryliving.com.
Only _$57. to turn on p__ower 850-209-8847 4.
2 & 31311 Mobile Homes in Cottondale
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Heyward, Braves agree to $13.3M contract

The Associated Press helped make the two-year plishments, going up gled, eventually losing his
contract possible. $500,000 for 20 points and starting job.
ATLANTA Jason Hey- Heyward hit .254 with 14 then by $25,000 for each Heyward's injuries did
wardishappyhecanreport homers and 38 RBIs in a i additional point. Heyward not prevent him from
to spring training without career-low 104 games dur- would earn 10 points each showcasing his versatilhaving to worry about sal- ing his fourth season with for 502 plate appearances, ity. A 2012 Gold Glove winary arbitration, the Braves. He had an ap- All-Star game selection, a ner in right field, Heyward
He's even happier he also pendectomy on April 22 Gold Glove award, a Silver started 20 games in center
won't have to worry about and broke his jaw on Aug. Slugger award and finish- last year.
the business side of the 21 when he was hit by a ing llth-to-20th in MVP He spent most of the seagame next season. pitch from New York Mets voting. He would receive son hitting second in the
Heyward and the Atlanta left-hander Jon Niese. 15 points for 6th-to-10th in order before he was moved
Braves agreed Tuesday to "Last year was such a MVP 25 points for third-to- to the leadoff spot by mana $13.3 million, two-year tough year physically, fifth and 35 points for first ager Fredi Gonzalez on July
contract that avoided through no fault of his or second. 27. Over his next 22 games,
arbitration. own, with the appendec- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Heyward enjoyed his best Heyward hit .349 with five
"In my head it basically tomy and getting hit in Jason Heyward hopes to have a full season in 2014. season in 2012, when he hit homers, 15 RBIs and 23 says to me, let's go play the face," Wren said. "So it "Physically, I feel great, The deal calls for a$1 mil- .269 and set career highs runs. some baseball," Heyward also made it tough for both being 24 years old and lion signing bonus, payable with 27 homers, 82 RBIs Heyward is projected as said. sides in an arbitration situ- being blessed with some in equal installments on and 21 stolen bases. Atlanta's leadoff hitter.
The 24-year-old is com- action because it's hard to genetics to go along with May 1 and July 1; and sala- Atlanta acquired brothers "He provides a greatpresing off an injury-filled pin a number when you're that," he.said. "I'm growing ries of $4.5 million this year B.J. Upton and Justin Up- ence," Wren said. "The one season. General manager comparing to players who up still in this game and I'm and $7.8 million in 2015. ton before the 2013 season, thing we saw, especially afFrank Wren said those played a lot more." looking forward to what The 2015 salary would giving the Braves a trio of ter Fredi moved him to the
problems complicated the Heyward said he has my body is going to allow escalate based on a points outfielders with speed and leadoff spot, it allowed him arbitration process and moved past his injuries, me to do going forward." system for 2014 accom- power. B.J. Upton strug- to utilize his speed."




NASCAR creates new'deterrence' penalty system

The Associated Press tions become more severe, to specific offenses. General Motors executive cause of the changes to the track promoters from its apThe new system will be ap- "Our goal is to be more has been replaced by Bryan Chase," O'Donnell said. peals panel in order to keep CHARLOTTE, N.C. plied only to technical in- effective, fair and transpar- 'Moss, president emeritus of "John did a great job for us, them from having to rule
NASCAR unveiled a re- fractions; NASCAR will still ent," said Steve O'Donnell, GulfstreamAerospace. Mid- but Bryan will take over as on a team while also needvamped penalty system handle behavioral offenses senior vice president of rac- dlebrook had overturned or the final appeals officer." ing that team's members to Tuesday that for the first individually ing operations. "It's never modified some key NAS- NASCARalsohasremoved help promote races.
time will define specific of- The structure also allows our intent to penalize, but CAR decisions, including a fenses with pre-determined the sanctioning body to in order to keep the playing penalty to Hendrick Motorpenalties. hit repeat offenders with field fair for everyone, we sports in 2012 and Penske
The new "Deterrence a multiplier that could in- recognize that strong rules Racing last year.
System" classifies six differ- crease penalties by 50 per- need to be in place." "I wanted to clearly state 9 ent levels of penalties, with cent. NASCAR's previous NASCARhas also removed that Bryan's appointment fines and point deductions penalty system did not tie chief appellate officer John is not a result of recent a Ope.ate
increasing as the infrac- pre-determined sanctions Middlebrook. The retired appeals outcomes or be- w




Supporting head injury research FollowusOn
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boxers, Sens. John McCain J@mbarqmail.com e.ccoy..@yahoo.com
(R-Ariz.) and Harry Reid
(D-Nev.), welcomed representatives of the world's
two premiere boxing and
four mixed martial arts or-L Senators and boxing executives speak during a news
ganizations to announce
ganizatforstuy to une conference at the Capitol building in Washington. support for a study to understand the effects-of repeated blows to the head. together," McCain said. A former chairman of The combat sports have "These athletes are here in the Nevada Gaming Coinjoined forces to commit support of their fellow ath- mission, Reid has deep $600,000 to the Cleveland letes because they've seen roots in boxing. He said Clinic's Lou Ruvo Center the results. he judged "hundreds" of
for, Brain Health in Las "If we don't do this, I'm matches, including one Vegas. afraid that support for eye-opening bout late in
"It's a rare occasion these incredible, enter- the career of former great when Golden Boy Promo- gaining sports will wane Sugar Ray Robinson, who tions and Top Rank Box- on the part of the Ameri- accumulated 200 profesing are in the same room can people." sional fights in 25 years.











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