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
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30.776389 x -85.238056

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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ltuf - ACA5476
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UF00028304:01277

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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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Four arrested at MGA Twoare

found there, along with roughly siu
Four men were arrested Tues- 11.5 grams of cocaine, also in-
day as the result of an investiga- dividually packaged. Scales and
tion that led law enforcement sandwich bags "commonly as-
agencies to visit an address at sociated with the sale and dis-
Marianna Garden Apartments. tribution of narcotics" were also
Officials say they had gotten Shack Johnson James Blount Jr. Jaymison Blount found, the release stated. in c rash
a tip about possible drug activ- An illegal sawed-off shotgun
ity in the apartment. As a result, the Jackson County Drug Task release about the incident, and a book bag containing
investigators with the Mari- Force went there to investigate, The apartment was searched Va pulls into
anna Police Department and according to a task force press and some marijuana indi- See ARRESTS, Page 5A V n I IL
path of big rig

From staff reports
Two Cottondale residents were
seriously injured in a crash late
V Monday afternoon at the inter-
section of U.S. 231 and Kynes-
ville Road.
According to Florida Highway
Patrol reports, Samuel Aldon
Keen Jr. was westbound on CR
276 (Kynesville Road). and had
Sr t stopped at the stop sign at the in-
tersection of CR 276 and U.S. 231
S(State Road 75), but then pulled
onto U.S. 231 into the path of a
northbound Volvo tractor-trailer
PHOTOS BYANGIE COOK/FLORIDAN rig.
Valentine's Day hearts were shared during a parent/child play group hosted by Healthy Families North Florida on Tuesday, Feb.12, in Marianna The front of the rig struck the
left side of the Dodge van that
Keen Was driving. After impact,
the van came to rest in the south-
_bound lanes of U.S. 231, facing
See CRASH, Page 5A

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Healthy Families hosts- charges
Valentine's Day event m
Valentine's Dayevent It was high-fives and pats on the back following a playful round of "freeze dance:' From staff reports
BY ANGIE COOK On Tuesday morning at Evangel Wor- detail about how "tummy time" helps A man who got out of prison in
acook@jcfloridan.com ship Center, infants, toddlers and small progress babies' developmental skills. August of last year found himself
children joined their parents and Family The event wrapped on a sweet note behind bars again briefly this
MARIANNA Support Worker JessicaVelez on the with snacks for all and, for some, a new week following a sting opera-
W r th Valentine's Day deco- floor for group play, singing, dancing friend, just in time for Valentine's Day. tion by an area law enforcement
i rations, crafts, games, and a short lesson on the importance of Healthy Families is a free, voluntary pro- agency that landed him in the
on and a spe ial "hoto "tummy time." gram providing families with useful infor- Calhoun County jail.
song and a s eia photo Velez explained parents and children, mation on parenting and child develop- Kenneth Iven Walden has been


group's first play group of its kind. pamphlet given to attendees went into "Healthy Families North Florida." listed chemicals, according to a
press release from the Calhoun
County Sheriff's Office.
_____ -That agency's Criminal Inves-
tigations Division. arranged an
exchange with Walden that took
Consultants seek funding for county e hage ith oalse ne
ficials reported. He provided a
half-gram of methamphetamine
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER Doing so would expand the Project Scientist in exchange for two boxes of
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com county's ties to the city system, Troy D. Hays of pseudoephedrine, "a precursor
since it already has some waste- Jones Edmunds, chemical that is essential to the
An engineering and environ- water collection lines feeding an environmental methamphetamine manufac-
mental consultant is trying to into Marianna's treatment from services ture process," authorities wrote
help Jackson County find mon- other nearby areas in the un- consultant, talks in the release.
ey to potentially build a cen- incorporated county. However, to Jackson County After the deal was concluded
tral wastewater system for the the city and county have not dis- Commissioners and Walden drove away, officials
neighborhoods near Merritt's cussed such an expansion at this about a small conducted a felony traffic stop
Mill Pond. point and the county is first con- legislative and arrested Walden near the in-
The Jones Edmunds firm is centrating on the bid for funds. appropriation and tersection of Chipola Road and
seeking a small legislative appro- The goal is to reduce the num- a larger agency State Road 20, officials wrote.
priation for planning and per- ber of individual septic tanks grant that may According to the release,
haps a larger grant to build it if being used in that area because, be available to Walden "has an extensive drug
Jackson County Commissioners compared to central wastewa- help the county history" and had been released
ultimately decide to do it. Poten- ter systems, they release more establish a central from prison in August of last
tially, the county could instead pollutants/nitrates into the en- wastewater year.
use the money to help upgrade vironmentally sensitive and at- treatment system At his first court appearance on
Marianna's existing wastewater risk waterway, which is part of to serve the the new charge, Walden was giv-
system so that it could accom- the Blue Springs basin. neighborhoods en a conditional release on Feb.
modate wastewater treatment in adjacent to or near 12 to await further court action
those areas. See GRANT, Page 5A DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN Merritts Mill Pond. in his case.
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RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage Sunrise 6:23 AM
Sunday Monday Woodruff 50.22 ft. 66.0 ft. Sunset 5:27 PM
Sunny, Breezy & Warmer Partly Cloudy & Mild Blountstown 97 ft. 0 Moonrise 4:35 PM March Feb. Feb. March
Marianna 8.44 ft. 19.0 ft. Moonset 5:52 AM 8 14 22 1
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JACKSON COUNTY COn munity Calendar

F L O R ID A N TODAY Grand Ridge School. Pageant for Little Miss, Jr. Madison St., Marianna. One day exhibit, demonstra-
a Marianna Recreation Department baseball- Miss and Miss Grand Ridge. Call Heather Lewis at tion and informational program about the scouting
Publisher Valeria Roberts softball registration -8 am. to 4 p.m.at The 209-7977 for more information. Pageant to be held program to help in recruiting boys ages 10-17 to join
vroberts@jcfloridan.com Marianna Educational and Recreational Expo (MERE) March 8 at 6 p.m. Boy Scouts. Activities and information booths will
location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna or you Marianna Recreation Department baseball- be available for the public to observe and partici-
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski may drop off your registration at City Hall. Boys and softball registration 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The pate. Information packets and applications will be
doberski@jcfloridan.com girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible to play. Marianna Educational and Recreational Expo available for boys interested in signing up to join
The fee for T-Ball is $35 for participants and $40 for (MERE) location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna Troop 3 Boy Scouts.
CONTACT US Dixie Youth machine Pitch, AAA, "o" Zone and Dixie or you may drop off your registration at City Hall. Partners for Pets 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Tractor
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Boys. The fee for Darlings, Angels, Ponytails and Boys and girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible Supply with puppies for adoption.
FAX: 850-482-4478 Belles Softball will be $40. The fee must be paid with to play. The fee for T-Ball is $35 for participants
FAX:850-482-4478 a check or money order, no cash will be accepted and $40 for Dixie Youth machine Pitch, AAA, "o" Jackson County Master Gardeners "How
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com Checks need to be made payable to MERE. No one Zone and Dixie Boys. The fee for Darlings, Angels, to Grow Tomatoes" 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Jackson
Street Address: will be allowed to register after Feb. 28. All partici- Ponytails and Belles Softball will be $40. The fee County Extension Services, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.,
4403 Constitution Lane pants must bring a copy of their birth certificate. must be paid with a check or money order, no cash Marianna. Registration at the door is $20. For more
Marianna, FL 32448 St. Anne Thrift Store 9a.m. to .m. St. will be accepted. Checks need to be made payable information and to preregister, call 482-9620.
Office Hours: Ane's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. ll to register after th Annual Sacred harp sing 9:30 am. at
Office Hours: Ane's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna.482-3734 Feb. 28. All participants must bring a copy of their the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, 17869 NW Pio-
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 48-3734 birth certificate. the ioneer ettlement17869 N io-
) Malone Dixie Youth Baseball sign-ups 9 a.m. ) Members from Senator Rubio's staff will be neer Settlement Road, Blountstown. Sacred harp
'MISS YOUR PAPER? to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to noon available to meet,- 9-11 a.m. Malone Town Hall singing, aka FaSoLa singing, is a uniquely American
on Saturday at Malone Town Hall. Sign up fee is $40 council Chambers,5182 9th Ave., Malone. If you tradition of gospel hymns without accompaniment.
You should receive your newspaper no later per child. Please bring copy of your child's birth are having an issue with Social Security Medicare Therebew be dinner on the grounds so bringa
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- certificate. If you have any questions, call Michael Veterans Affairs benefits, immigration, the IRs or homemade pot luck dish or dessert for all to enjoy.
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to Padgett 209-1250, Lenny Weber, 209-8409 or any federal agency plan to meet and find out what Guided tours available. Free admission. Donations
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The Jamie Floyd, 569-2343. services his office has to offer. welcome.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks ) Malone Dixie Youth Baseball sign-ups 9 a.m. ) Malone Dixie.Youth Baseball sign-ups 9 a.m.
is published Tuesday through Friday and Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to noon to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to noon
is publishd Tuesday ethrh Frioday a d is the local community, "Community, Children & on Saturday at Malone Town Hall. Sign up fee is $40 on Saturday at Malone Town Hall. Sign up fee is $40
Sunday mornings. Periodical ostage paid Character." Call 526-3142. per child. Please bring copy of your child's birth per child. Please bring copy of your child's birth
at Marianna, FL. Author's Talk and Book Signing -11 a.m. atthe certificate. If you have any questions, call Michael certificate. If you have any questions, call Michael
Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in Padgett 209-1250, Lenny Weber, 209-8409 or Padgett 209-1250, Lenny Weber, 209-8409, or
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Marianna. Presented by Charlie P. Johnston Jr. on Jamie Floyd, 569-2343. Jamie Floyd, 569-2343.
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 his newly released book, "Marriage According to His ) Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at the Jackson ) Jackson County Community Helpers Club
for three months; $62.05for six months; Book God's Marriage Plan." For more nformation, County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and 10 a.m. 4571 Dickson Road, Greenwood.
call 592-8769. experienced hand crafters welcome to create, share,
and $123.45 forone year. All prices include n Employability Workshop 2:30 p.m. Marianna learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. Alford Community Health Clinic Hours 10
applicable state and local taxes. Mail One Stop Career Center. "Overcoming Barriers to ) Bird Walk 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Florida Caverns am. until last patient is seen, at 770 Carolina St.in
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Employment" is the workshop. It is free and open to State Park Join Flrida Caverns State Park volun- Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; the public. The workshop is facilitated by a Certified teers Elliott and Lesley Smith as they lead visitors without medical insurance treats short-term
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Motivational Career Coach. Visit employflorida.com on a leisurely stroll starting at the Blue Hole swim- illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments
year to register for these informative workshops. ming area to observe the birds of the park. Bring available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins
Jackson County School Board workshop 4 binoculars and a picnic and enjoy the day. welcome. Sign in before 11 a.m.
ADVERTISING p.m. at the School Board Office, 2903 Jefferson a Marianna High School Valentine Dinner The- The Boys to Men Choir of Jackson County,
St., Marianna. The agenda for each meeting can be atre 6 p.m. Marianna High School. MHS culinary Jackson County Youth Community Choir
The advertiser agrees that the publisher viewed through the district website www.jcsb.org. arts students, theatre students and jazz ensemble and the Save Our Children Black Awareness
shall not be liable for damages arising Open to public, will be in charge of the evening. Reservations Program practices 9-11 a.m. at Pope Chapel
out of errors and advertisements beyond a Sixth Annual Southern Desserts Library Fund- required. $15 each or $25 per couple. For reserva- AME Church, 4898 Blue Springs Road, Marianna.
the amount paid for the space actually raiser 6 p.m. at the Jackson County Agricultural tions, call Andrea Marsh at 482-9605, ext 311, or The Boys to Men Choir of Jackson County is open to
occupied by that portion of the advertise- Center on Penn Avenue in Marianna. Silent Auction Susie Barber at 482-9605, ext.290. anyone ages 3-26. If you would like to join or need
Preview at 5:30. A fun-filled evening of delicious Chess Club 6-8 p.m. First United Methodist more information, call Carol Marks, 693 9630, or
ments in which the error occurred, whether homemade desserts, a silent auction, a specialty Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by Leon Kelly, 209-4310.
such error is due to the negligence of the cake auction and entertainment. Tickets are $10 Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8- ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30-
publisher's employees or otherwise, and donation per person or $80 per table of 8. Tickets 18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and 5:30 p.m in the AA room of First United Methodist
there shall be not liability for non-inser- available at the Service Desk at the Marianna Li- their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
tion of any advertisement-beyond the brary. Cash donations or donations of silent auction including beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
amount paid for such advertisement. This items are also welcome. n Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
newspaper will not knowingly accept or ) Jackson County Branch of the NAACP month- Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult SUNDAY, FEB.16
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- ly meeting 6 p.m. St. James AME Church. and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and a Fine Arts Series 4 p.m. St. Luke's Episcopal
publish illegal material of any kind.Advertis- Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call Church, 4362 Lafayette St,, Marianna. Showcasing
ing which expresses preference based on 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- 209-7856, 573-1131. Jonny Lipford featuring Native American Courting
legally protected personal characteristics is donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 Flute. "Meet the Artist" reception follows the recital.
not acceptable, limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Donations accepted for the fine arts series.
papers will not be signed. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
HOW TO GET YOUR 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist
NEWS PUBLISHED FRIDAY, FEB. 14 SATURDAY, FEB. 15 Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance
The Jackson County Floridan will publish ) Deadline to enter Grand Ridge Pageants a Scoutfest 8 a.m. Madison Street Park, 2888 limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.
news of general interest free of charge. 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,
Submit your news or Community Calendar email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, Police Roundua
anniversary and birth announcements.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. Marianna Police Department one suspicious vehicle, three suspicious periods:
persons, two highway obstructions, one n Jaymison Blount, 22, 3070 Carters Mill
Photographs must be of good quality and The Marianna Police Department listed report of illness/physical distress, two Road, Marianna, possession of marijuana
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the the following incidents for Feb. 11, the lat .- verbal disturbances; one with intent to sell, possession of cocaine
rightto edit all submissions est available report: One accident with no commercial fire call, one with intent to sell, possession of a short-
GETTING IT RIGHT injury, one hospice death, one suspicious ~^ ~i drug offense, 16 medical barrel shotgun.
vehicle, one suspicious incident, two suspi- --- calls, one traffic crash, a James Blount, 343, 3070 Carters Mill
The Jackson County Floridan's policy cious persons, two highway obstructions, one grass fire, two burglar Road, Marianna, 43, violation of state
is to correct mistakes promptly. To one report of mental illness, one drug alarms, one fire alarm, probation
report an error, please call 526-3614 offense, three traffic stops, one larceny seven traffic stops, five p Brian Shack, 29, 3070 Carters Mill Road,
Monday-Friday. complaint, one follow-up investigation, larceny complaints, one criminal mischief Marianna, trespass after warning.
two assists of other agencies, one public complaint, one civil dispute, one follow-up Clifford Johnson, 26, 3070 Carters Mill
service call, one open door or window dis- investigation, one juvenile complaint, one Road, Marianna, possession with intent
covered, and seven home security checks animal complaint, one fraud complaint, 16 to distribute within 1,000 feet of a school
conducted, property checks, one criminal registration (cannabis).
and two Baker Act transports. Brian Miley, 19, 4314 Kelson Ave., Mari-
\ rJackson County Sheriff's Office anna, violation of state probation.
!', ", ,The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and Jackson County
county fire/rescue reported the follow- Correctional Facility Jail Population: 194
ing incidents for Feb. 11, the latest avail- The following persons were booked into To report a crimecall CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
able report: One missing juvenile, four local law enforcement agency. To report a wildlife violation,
I JCFLORIDANCOM abandoned vehicles, one reckless driver, the county jail during the latest reportingcall 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).





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Riverside Elementary Honor Roll
Second Nine Weeks Williams, Cheyenne Willis Bethea, Emma Biggers,
S Third Grade and Caitlyn Zeb. Bishop Bosland, Skyler
A Honor Roll Nassir Boyd, Lauren Brock,
Augustin, Blanca Avel- Fourth Gade Michael Byrd, Abigail Cal-
laneda, Apiphany Bell, A Honor Roll Avery lahan, Kearthany Conrad,
Chase Bethea, Elizabeth Arunakul, Anna Barber, Zachary Davis, Brady
1 Brower, Presli Busby, Amari Brown, Caroline Donaldson, Kaley Dunn,
Andre Bush, Victoria Brunner, Caleb Butler, Napolean Clover, Octavia
Carlile, Rayleigh Carter, William Carrel, Elijah Johnson, Makayla Kenner,
Jayce Chaddock, Riley Chalkei Jackson Con- Kaitlin Land, Chase Mad-
o Commander, Jaxson nolly, Payton Edenfield, dox, Alexis McGann, Becca
Crenshaw, Ryan Furniss, Garrison Glass, Syldr Mercer, Jasmine Mistrot,
Zyare Garner, Ashlynn Griffin, Ausband Har- Mackenzie Raines, Avie
Garrett, Hayden Gause, ris, Halle Hurst, Jasmine Sigcmre, Hank Sims, Car-
Taryn Geffrard, Jose Ihrke, Caleb King, Georgia ley Tate, Deacon Temples,
A Gonzalez Debolt, Sarah Lassmann; Dutin Lipford, Diamond Vann and Aaron
Grice, Briana Harvey, Noah McCoy, Shrandyss Whitfield.
Makenzie Hogan, McMillan, Cole Payne, A/B Honor Roll Emily
Hunter Keel, Kah- Monique Reed, Mattie Arnold, Briana Autman,
S lan McKinney, Claire Rooks, Emilyann Roul- Caroline Bauldree, Baylee
SUBMITTED PHOTOS Medley, Keaton Meese, hac, Zelb Saunders, Amiya Beauchamp, Thomas
New Troop 3 Boy Scout Walker Crawford receives his Boy Scout pin from his mother, Audry Noah Mercer, Johna- Summerwell, Sophia Sun, Bell, Kerry Brown, Nari-
Straub, as Scoutmaster Bill Kleinhans observes, than Moss, Connor Stephanie Vaughn, Emma yah Buggs, Ethan Burke,
Oswald, Alora Paige, Whitehead, Kennedy Brandon Butler, Parker
St oSarah Passmore, Klayton Wilkes, ColbyWilliams, Castleberry, Ciann Clark
Sigmore, Olivia Spooner, BrantleyWillis and Mason Hussey, Kirsten Clem-
Harrison Thompson, Zimmerman. ons, Vivian Cone, Abigayle
Jarrett Thoreson, Sophia A/B Honor Roll Cozart, Jacob Crenshaw,
Tocci, Theresa Truax, MakPnzie Adams, Alissa Dickson, Brianna
co m e s eLiam Walter and Gracie Antonio Alday, Juliette Drummond, Colton Fen-
Williams Alday, Nathan Anderson, ton, Jaycee Granger, Ellie
A/B Honor Roll An- Hannah Arbona, Joseph Grimsley, Jeorgia Hall,
Special to the Floridan drew Barnes, Isabella Balcom, Levi Burdette, Roosevelt Hardy, Lauren
Barwick, Georgia Baxter, Gracie Charles, Matthew Harkins, Harley Harris,
Troop 3 Boy Scouts of Jasmine Bess, Peyton Clikas, Dontae Clopton, Chance Harris, Latreysia
Marianna welcomed a new Black, Jayden Blighton, Lily De La Hunt, Daysha Hayes, Ben Helms, Jaiden
Scout member, Walker George Bowers, Ayden EdwardS; Grady Farrs, Hicks, Markevar Hunter,
Crawford, on Feb. 3, dur- Braddy, Tommy Bush, Madison Fears, Chris Zackary Jernigan, Taniya
ing their weekly meeting. Sara Ann Calloway, Jazel Gable, Caleb Garrett, Jones, Ethan Keene, Emily
An impressive candle Cano, Destanee Carter, Jackson Gause, Ashanti Locke, Virginia Milton,
lighting ceremony was Jeremy Cook, Jayden Glover,Liliana Graham, Nathan Morris, Kate My-
held to honor Walker and Corbett, Shiann Couch, Jailey Gray, Max Harkrider, hill, Nicholas Ni, Laurence
officially recognize him as Justice Curry, Kaysonti Marayna Heatrice, Jayla Pender, Ashunti Peterson,
a Scout. Curry, Tristan Davis, Hellum, Jade Hendrix, Sydney Powell, Juliana
Walker's mother, Audry Harlyn Demaree, Levin Patty Hernandez, Kylie Roberts, Garrett Roper,
Straub, attended the meet- Dewey, Auzzy Faulkner, Hollister, Tyler Huey, Leo Hayden Rush, Brian
ing and took part in the Zaine Gilbert, Kaitlyn Infante, Jenna Jarrard, Schlask, Emily Seay,
program by placing the Godwin, Kaydrianunna Azaria Jennings,Bryanna Mackenzie Shields,
Boy Scout pin on Walker's Graham, Josie Granger, Johnson, Camron Jones, Hannah E. Smith, Kendall
uniform shirt. Senior Patrol Leader Daniel Tillman, (left), presents Walker Makenna Gray, Audree Alaysha Kelly, Khryston Smith, Davielle Solomon,
Senior Patrol Leader Crawford with his neckerchief and slide. Ham, Cason Hatcher, Kelly, Joshua Korosecz, Hogan Spencer, Jadyn
Daniel Tillman also pre- Clark Hatcher, Mitchell Jacob Locke, Hannah Mc- Stevens, Shon Sheray
sented Walker with his sist boys ages 10-17 who The Marianna Optimist Hayes, Michael Hodges, Coy, Michael Melton, Mia Toombs, Isabella
neckerchiefand slide. are interested in joining Club is the chartering or- Chyanne Jackson, Zac- Merrifield, Zane Monk, Vaughan and Ashlyn
Scouts discussed and Troop 3 Boy Scouts. ganization for Troop 3 Boy cheus Jennings, Tayler Tiara Nix, Damien Peal, Wierman.
made more plans for the Everyone sang "Happy Scouts. Johnson, Anaisia Jones, Madison Peeler, Layla
first annual Troop 3 Scout- Birthday" to Scoutmas- For more information Dynver Lovett, Gracey Peterson, Audra Phillips,
fest to be held on Feb. 15, ter Bill Kleinhans and en- about Boy Scouts, call McAlpin, Jaden McKel- Trett Phillips, Austin Pow- Ph iilip
at Madison Street Park, to joyed refreshments prior Scoutmaster Bill Kleinhans lar, Joshua Morales, ell, Lauren Ramin, Emma
promote Scouting and as- to adjournment. at 526-2897. Jonothan Norris, Amalia Reagan, Lily Roberts, Alex
Nuccio, Sydney Paulk, Rodriguez, Andrew Rush,
Terrance Pete, Jason Lauren Saunders, Laypie
Poyner, Destini Reed, Smith, Amarion Speights,
Samuel Rudd, Jayden Ian Spence, Keeleigh
Sanchez, Zoe Saunders, Spooner, Harmony Stan-
Andruw Schulmeister, ley, Caitlyn Thomas, Jonah
S1 Jade Scott, Gabriel Sell- Tolin, GaVee Watson, Carat The FIVE C's
ers, River Shelton, Len- Dominic Wieda, Amber Color
zie Sims, Cayman Smith, Wilkinson, KylieWilliams, Clarity
Ky'ier Smith, Sydney E'laycia Williams-Mallett Cut
Speights, Darwin Valb- and BreannaWynn. CONFIDENCE
run, Emily Ward, Haylee
*T iWeeks, CristonWil- Fifth Grade Marianna's Most
Sliams, Layne Williams, A Honor Roll Joshua Trusted Jeweler
SUBMITTED PHOTO PaceyWilliams, Tyreek Allen, Blake Barber, Lee
Chipola had the top four individual scorers from the Sectional Championship Tournament. Est. 1971 i,
They are (from left) Vallen Driggers, fourth; Wesley Chevillot, third; Jacob Leff, first and William
Singleton, second. Dayspring Christian Academy w atson


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ushrooms,
broccoli,
cauliflow-
Ser, onions, apples
Sand more are part
of a free offering
of fresh produce
made available to
residents of Chipola
Apartments on Tues-
day, Feb. l, in Mari-
Sc anna. The special
SUBMITTED PHOTOS delivery was part of
Td were Bad a 1,500-pound food
COTTO-ALES AG CASS donation made pos-
sible by Donna and
rut,.,,,. DAY '.SO :jr Jay Mann, friends of
GS ,the Loyal Order of
T he sixth-period agriculture class at Cottondale High School Moose Lodge 2193
recognized Florida's Arboi Day. The state of Florida's Arbor: ;, in Fort Walton Beach
Day is recognized the third'Friday of January and the National and Lodge 1026 in
Arbor Day is recognized the last Friday in April. According to Intro- AE CL Marianna.
duction to Forestry in Florida, a publication of the Florida Forestry
Service, "One mature tree absorbs about 13 pounds of carbon dioxide
per year. One acre of trees supplies enough oxygen each day for 18 t a Brief
people to breathe." In cooperation with the local forestry service the Spinning Class spinning wheel is not fiber, how to py two spun
required; however, if you singles together to make
sixth-period class planted several trees around the campus The trees On Saturday, Feb- wish to bring your spin- a two-ply yarn, spinning
plarited were Bald Cypress, Flowering Dogwood, Live Oak and the ary 22 starting at 10 a.m. ning wheel you may. A terms and some basics
Winged Elm. The Cottondale Agriculture'classes want to recognize the Panhandle Pioneer drop spindle is the oldest about different fibers.
angd oSndicltur le ettlement presents form of spinning tool, it's Marvin will be bringing
and thank Barry Stafford and David Kent of the local Forestry Service Melissa Marvin as the basically a dowel stuck her wheel so the students
for their guidance and assistance in planting of the trees. Pictured instructor for a Beginner through a weighted wheel will have a chance to try
above (fkom left) are Brendon Hqles, Stafford, Jaueric Gardner and Di- Spinning Class. The cost that is used to put twist spinning on it. Give Diane
of the class is $40 with into the fiber. The class Watson a call at 674-2777
vad Smith. Pictured below are Stafford and Cottondale's sixth-period a $20 deposit required will teach the fundamen- or email at ppsmuseum@
agricultural class. to reserve your spot. All tals of spinning wool, yahoo.comrn to register for
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State Brief
2 Tampa Bay women get ba did the preservation and was told the
lost wedding dresses task had been outsourced to a NewYork
Scompany, Wedding Gown Preservation.
ST. PETERSBURG Two Tampa Bay She felt her dress was lost but wanted
area women are now back in posses- to get the dress she had back to its
sion of their own wedding dresses proper owner. She posted photos on
nine years after a mix-up got them Facebook and contacted the media, in
switched. hopes that the owner would learn about
The Tampa Bay Times reported the dress. But no one came forward.
Wednesday that Marie Keeney was plan- Then Wedding Gown Preservation
ning a ceremony to renew her vows with found Keeney's dress and shipped it back
her husband of nine years. Her 8-year- to the dry cleaners.
old son, Braden, had asked them to do it "I think it's a miracle," Keeney said. "I
so he could be part of the ceremony can't believe I got my dress back."
But the planning came to a halt last An invoice that was also found showed
year when she took the wedding dress that the other dress belonged to a Kath-
out of the storage box and realized it erine Stephenson: The Times tracked
wasn't hers. She was devastated and down Stephenson living three miles from
canceled the ceremony. Keeney. Stephenson had long accepted
SBut Keeney, 45, began investigating. that her dress had been lost. She picked
SShe contacted the dry cleaners that it up last week.

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chates,"herhme County, Florida and who resides within the corporate city limits for
communities and .. six (6) months prior to the day of election may qualify as an elector
c m ieaof the City of Cottondale. Any candidate for an elected office
schools. The orga- of the city must be a qualified elector of the City and must have
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Obituaries
James & Sikes nald C. Blakeslee, of Erie, from Jarratt, Virginia. Jim----
Funeral Home PA; 16 grandchildren, five my enjoyed wood working,
Maddox Chapel great-grandchildren, and building different things
4278 Lafayette Street several nieces and neph- and was known for always
Marianna, Fl 32446 ews. tinkering on his many toys.
850.482.2332 Funeral service will be at Jimmy is survived by his
www.jamesandsikes 3 p.m., Saturday, February mother Burnette Banks, his
funeralhomes.com 15, 2014 at Caverns Road father James M. Jones, Sr.
Church of Christ with Min- (Lisa), his loving wife April
rman Ge e ister Tom Bowling offitiat- Jones, four daughters Brit-
ing. James & Sikes Funeral tany Jones, Abbey Jones,
Blakeslee Home Maddox Chapel di- Chelsea Corbin, and Chey-
recting. Interment will be enne Corbin, his brother i
Norman Gene Blakeslee in Wales Cemetery, Greene Tommy Jones (Jennifer), THEASSOCIATEDPRESSPHOTOS
formally of Largo, died Two, Erie PA. sister Michelle Jones Po- A Fort Payne Public Works truck sands a hill on highway 35 at the top of Lookout Mountain
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 Family will receive well (Will), father-in-law Wednesday in Fort Payne, Ala. A winter storm warning covered almost the entire northern
in Marianna, he was 72. friends at 2 p.m., one hour Ronnie Tharpe, sisters-in- half of the state, and many schools and businesses were closed or opened late.
He was born on July 6, prior to the service. laws Heather Sheffield
1941, in Erie, PA, to Arthur Marianna Chapel (LaDon) and Jessica Najar.
1941 has Eried PAi concernt mMarianna Chapel A celebration of life serv-
Leroy and Dorothy Maella Funeral Home ices for Jimmy will be held
Norman graduated in Marianna, Florida 32446 Februa 15, 2014 in thetre e s
1961 from Academy High Phone 850-526-5059 February 15, 2014 in the
School in Erie, PA and Marianna Chapel Funeral
moved to Florida with his Home with Rev. Juno
moed to Fri it h hi James Millard Douglas officiating. A time n aaa
1972. He was proud of his Jones, Jr. of remembrance will be a nnina
Cherokee Indian Heritage held on Friday, February
and Christian by faith. 14, 2014 from 6:00 P.M. to
Preceded in death by his 8:00 P.M. in the Marianna The Associated Press
Preceded in death by his a7t pel Ful Hom e.
parents and brother, Ger- e of BIRMINGHAM, Al
ad Allen Blakeslee in 1943. Expressions of sympathy BIRMINGHAM, Ala.
Survivors include his may be submitted online at Snow and sleet fell
wife of 26 years, Diane L. > www.mariannachapelfh.com. across north Alabama
Blakeslee; three daughters, Marianna Chapel Funeral for a second straight
Darlene A. Wilkinson, of Home is in charge of ar- day and trees and limbs
Clearwater, Michelle R. rangements. snapped under a coat of
Barrett, of Brooksville, and sice to the east Wednes-
Valorie J. Dilnneo of a u day as the state endured
Waynesville, N.C.; four o i s a second winter storm in
sons, Norman L. Blakeslee, James "Jimmy" Millard as many weeks.
of Pelzer, S.C., Todd J. Jones, Jr. age 43 of With schools and busi-
Blakeslee, of Largo, FL, Cottondale passed away on Artistic Designs Unimited Inc.
Douglas C. Palow of Cape Sunday, February 9, 2014 at Your Local Florist and Gifts nesses either shut down
Coral, FL, and Dennis W. his home. 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna or operating on limited power lines near the Geor- feet tall.
Palow, of Albany, N.Y.; two He was born on Septem- 850-372-4456 hours, few travel prob- Fort Payne Improvement Authority workers work on lines that
sisters, Jaci R. (Thomas) ber 25, 1970 in Richmond, Michael's Toggery lems and no power out- had become heavy with ice and were being blown around by
Burek, of Palm Harbor, FL, Virginia and had been a Funeral Appropriate Attire ages were reported. high winds Wednesday in Dog Town, Ala.
and Carole F. Blakeslee, of resident of Cottondale for 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna That could change,
Erie PA; one brother, Ro- the past eight years coming 850-482-8647 however. gia state line. "It warmed up some, so
Forecasters said north- The Tennessee Valley he was leaning a little by
east Alabama could re- could receive snowfall ac- the end of the day," she
must be met, the county Scott has called for a $55 ceive more than 6 inches cumulations ranging'from said.
ran as moved this concern to million set-aside for ad- of snow atop a half-foot 2 inches in the northwest The NationalWether Ser-
the front burner. dressing springs protec- that fell* on Tuesday, to as much as 7 inches in vice said snow and ice totals
From Page lA Jones Edmunds is already tion and restoration in the and metro Birmingham the northeast mountains, on Tuesday ranged from a
Those known issues have under contract with the state. That's the source could get as much as 3 forecasters said. trace north of Birmingham
come to the forefront since county to handle certain the county wants to tap in inches by Thursday. At least 15 shelters to 6 inches in DeKalb and
the state's Department of environmentalprojects and 2014-15, Hays said. He an- Conditions worsened opened in seven counties, Marshall counties.
Environmental Protection is doing this preliminary ticipates that the county's quicklyalongtheGeorgia but Gov. Robert Bentley's The same areas that re-
adopted more measurable work as part of that work- project could cost in the line in Cleburne County office said no one was ceived a half-foot of snow
standards to assess the in- ing relationship. Company neighborhood of $20 mil- as temperatures dipped in them during daylight could get that much snow
flux of nitrates and other representative Troy Hays, lion. He said the county below freezing before hours. Trucks spread sand or more by Thursday, said
nutrients which pollute a project scientist work- might also altimately try to lunchtime. Steve Swaf- and salty water on roads to forecaster Brian Carcione
waterwaysin the state and, ing with the county on the take those neighborhoods ford, the county admin- prevent icing. of the National Weather
as a result, cause problems matter, said the firm must off individual water wells istrator and emergency Alabama Power didn't re- Service in Huntsville.
for the plants and marine submit for the legislative and onto a central water management director, port any electrical outages "That area could have
animals that depend on appropriation in a few days system. The main focus, said some roads were from the weather. more than a foot total," he
those waters. The nitrates, in order meet the deadline however, is currently on impassable within min- Unlike two weeks ago said.
Hays explained, lead to al- for seeking roughly $1 mil- wastewater issues. utes because of broken when thousands of people On top of Lookout
gae blooms that cover the lion for planning and re- If the money is awarded, trees and fallen limbs were stranded in schools, Mountain, Terry Gillis,
water bodies and choke lated early-stage aspects of Hays said, construction "I'm not optimistic cars and businesses by a even using a heavy-duty
other species because they the project. of a new wastewater plant about what's going to winter storm that was far ice scraper, struggled to re-
then can't get the oxygen The larger grant for con- or an upgrade to the city's happen," Swafford said. worse than predicted in move a thick coating of ice
they need to thrive. struction would be sought would not commence im- Along Interstate 20 central Alabama fore- from his windshield.
With more pressure to in a separate action from mediately; he estimated near the Georgia line, ice casts were correct this time Gillis, an attorney, said
address the nitrate prob- a different source if the the start to be at least two hung from tree limbs but and people were prepared. downtown Fort Payne waS
lems, and now with tangi- planning money comes years out "if everything traffic was still moving in Peeking through a win- largely deserted when he
ble numeric standards that through. Florida Gov. Rick goes perfectly." the afternoon. Relatively dow, Angie Colvin watched arrived at his law office.
few westbound cars were light snow fall in DeKalb "I'm down here just about
leaving Georgia, where County, located in Ala- alone," Gillis said.
sKeen, 40, was listed as Hospital. Atlanta was encased in bama's northeastern cor- Gillis said the mountain
ras i having suffered critical The driver of the semi, ice. ner, and dreaded what got a blanket of "dream"
injuries in the crash. listed as 68-year-old A winter storm warn- might happen next. snow on Tuesday. A misty
From Page 1A His passenger, 20-year- Jonnie W. McClendon of ing covered almost the "We're hoping for no ice. rain was falling on the city
south. The semi tractor old Heather Lynn Carter, Lake City, Ga., received entire northern half of It can putyou out ofpower Wednesday morning.
came to rest in the cen- was listed as having se- minor or no injuries the state. The National for a week up here," said "Today what everybody
ter median, with its trailer rious injuries. Keen was in the roughly 4 p.m. Weather Service said Colvin. "It's ot fun at all." is worried about is ice,"
facing north in the north- taken to Bay Medical Cen- crash, according to the cities including Bir- On Tuesday,.after about 6 Gillis said.
bound lanes of U.S. 231. ter, and Carter to Jackson report. mingham,,Anniston and inches of snow fell, Colvin The frozen precipitation
Gadsden could get a sig- and her husband Ronnie shouldn't last long: Tem-
nificant amount of ice by rolled up giant snowballs peratures are predicted
e s barrel shotgun. daybreak Thursday, with and lifted them with a to rise into the low 50s on
Clifford Johnson Jr. was charged with as much as a half-inch tractor to make a snow- Thursday and to near 60
possession of marijuana with the intent of ice coating trees and man that was more than8 degrees on Friday.
From Page 1A to sell.
ammunition were also found, authorities The charges against other two men
reported. encountered at the apartment were also Region Brief
Investigators say Jaymison Blount was listed in the press release.
allegedly responsible for the shotgun, James Blount Jr. is charged with viola- Bill seeks to let Alabama a verbatim reading of a congressional
scales, bags, cocaine and some of the tion of his state probation "due to his as- teacher read prayers opening prayer.
marijuana. A portion of the marijuana, sociation with the illegal narcotics trade Bill sponsor, Rep. Steve Hurst, says
officials allege, was determined to belong going on at the apartment," according to MONTGOMERY, Ala. An Alabama teachers could choose a prayer that re-
to Clifford Johnson. the release. lawmaker is seeking to let public lated to the day's lesson. He says teachers
Those two men were charged with drug Because Brian Christopher Shack was at school teachers begin each day by might choose a prayer that was said on a
offenses as the result of that visit, and two the complex, he was found to be in viola- reading opening prayers that were particular day in history.
other men who were in the apartment at tion of a trespass warning that had been given in Congress. Opponents say the proposal is
the time of the police visit were charged issued to him earlier by the Marianna Po- The House Education Policy held unconstitutional.
with other offenses. lice Department. a public hearing Wednesday on the Susan Watson, executive director of
Jaymison Marquez Blount was charged The woman who rented the apartment legislation, the American Civil Liberties Union of
with possession of marijuana with the in- was not charged; police say she was not The bill would set aside 15 minutes Alabama, says the proposal is teacher-led
tent to sell, possession of cocaine with the involved in the sale of the narcotics found at the start of each school day to study prayer being dressed up as a civics lesson.
intent to sell and possession of a short- in her residence. the procedures of Congress, and give From wire reports



Open Meetings Act revisions clear first hurdle
The Associated Press Senate for consideration. ings are opento the pub- not violation for board dates orless, islature first, executive di-
The bill's sponsor, Re- lic, that private citizens members to exchange in- The bill is backed by the rector Felicia Mason said.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. publican Sen. Cam Ward can sue for government formation so long as they Alabama Press Associa- Ward said passing an
- A bill to strengthen of Alabaster, said the Leg- boards not having open don't deliberate and try to tion and the governor. open meetings bill is
Alabama's Open Meet- islature enacted a good meetings, and that board influence how a person "It's a lot better than not easy, but it is his top
ings Act passed- its first Open MeetingAct in 2005, members can't use private will vote while talking in what we've currently got," priority.
test in the Legislature on but three recent rulings meetings in small groups small groups. Another PressAssociation attorney "I haven't had anyone
Wednesday. by the Alabama Supreme to avoid the whole board revision specifies that Dennis Bailey said. say they want to bypass
The Senate Judiciary Court "ripped it up and making decisions in open gatherings to fill a posi- A similar bill is pending open meetings. What I've
Committee approved a threw it out the window." meetings. tion, such as a university ini a House committee, had is people say is I want
slightly revised version of In response to those The Judiciary Commit- president, are not serial but the Press Association to know were the line is so
the bill on a unanimous rulings, his bill provides tee modified the last pro- meetings until the field is is trying to get Ward's bill I don't have a violation,"
vote. It now goes to the that legislative meet- vision to make sure it is narrowed to three candi- moving through the Leg- he said.

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Fla. jurors deliberate in loud music killing trial

The Associated Press going to talk to me like on in the SU, but Strolla is a derogatory term for
that,"' Wolfson said. "He contended that the teens white people.
JACKSONVILLE A 47- took these actions because got rid of it during the The music was turned
year-old Florida man re- it was premeditated. It was three minutes they were back on, and Dunn testi-
acted viciously to an argu- not self-defense." in an adjacent parking lot fled, "I wasn't going to ask
ment over loud music with Dunn's attorney Cory after fleeing the gunshots. for favors anymore."
teenagers in a store park- Strolla told jurors that the He said detectives should Dunn said the men in
ing lot and fired multiple state had failed to prove have immediately gone to the SUV had "menacing
shots into their vehicle, its case or disprove Dunn's the area and searched, but expressions," and he asked
killing one of them, and assertion he acted in didn't. the teens whether they
then drove away as if noth- self-defense. In his testimony Tesday, were talking about him.
ing happened, a prosecu- "Not one single wit- Dunn told jurors he was He said he wanted to calm
tor said Wednesday during ness said this man (Dunn) in Jacksonville with his fi- down the situation but
closing arguments at the showed any signs of an- ancee, Rhonda Rouer, to saw a teen in the backseat
man's trial. ger," he said. attend his son's wedding. reach down for something.
However, defense at- Strolla argued that there Dunn said he and Rouer Dunn said it looked as if
torneys argued that the Rhonda Rouer, fiance of Michael Dunn testifies Tuesday in were no signs Dunn was went to the convenience the barrl of a shotgun was
torneys argued that the Jacksonville.
state failed to prove its aplanning to do anything storefor wineandchips. He sticking out the window.
case or show that Michael that night and only asked said he pulled in next to an One of the teens stepped
Dunn hadn't acted in second-degree murder or that the evidence clearly the teens in the car to turn SUV playingloud music. out of the SU, Dunn said,
self-defense. manslaughter, according shows Davis was unarmed down the music. Strolla "My rear view mirror and he felt"this was a clear
Jurors began deliberat- to the jury instructions. when Dunn fired 10 shots said they initially did, only was shaking. My eardrums and present danger." He
ing in the late afternoon on Dunn also is charged with at a Dodge Durango where to turn it back up again were vibrating. It was ridic- reached for his pistol in a
whether Dunn committed attempted murder for shots Davis was sitting. Wolfson Strolla said Dunn only ulously loud," Dunn said. glove box.
first-degree murder when fired at Davis' three friends. said no witnesses saw any fired his gun when he saw Dunn said he asked the In her closing argument,
he fatally shot 17-year-old In order to conclude that of the four teenagers in the Davis wielding a weapon teens turn down the music Wolfson said the actions
Jordan Davis outside. a the killing was justifiable, vehicle with a weapon and from inside the Durango and they turned it off. "I Dunn took after the shoot-
Jacksonville convenience jurors must believe it oc- police searches turned up and felt threatened. said, 'Thank you,"' Dunn ing are those of someone
store in 2012. Dunn, who curred while resisting an none. "He's had that gun for 20 said. But soon afterward, who thought he wouldn't
is pleading not guilty, faces attempt to murder or com- "This defendant was dis- years and never pulled it Dunn said he heard some- get caught.
life in prison if convicted mit a felony against Dunn, respected by a 17-year-old once," Strolla said. "He told one in the SUV shouting "This defendant didn't tell
of that charge. Circuit Judge Russell Heal- teenager, and he lost it. He you that nobody has ever expletives and the word anyone because he thought
Besides first-degree mur- ey told jurors. wasn't happy with Jordan scared him, no one has ever "cracker" at him..Dunn is he had gotten away with
der, jurors could also con- Assistant State Attorney Davis' attitude. What was threatened him like that." white, and the teens in the murder," the prosecutor
sider the lesser crimes of Erin Wolfson told jurors his response? 'You're not Police didn't find a weap- SUV were black. Cracker said.












THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Judge Betty Regina Leininger (left) and handler Gabriel Rangel.
pose with Sky, a wire fox terrier, after winning best in show at C
the Westminster Kennel Club dog show, Tuesday, in New York.


Wire fox terrier


wins best in show

The Associated Press winner in dogdom, having
previously taken the Na-
NEW YORK The tional Dog Show and the
bloodhound drew the AKC Eukanuba event.
loudest cheers. The Portie And it was the 14th time
came with presidential a wire fox terrier has won
connections. And the Irish at Westminster. No other
water spaniel tried to earn breed has won more than
another win for Seattle in eight.
the Super Bowl of dogs, The winner with the gin-
that is. ger-and-white coat and
A little wire fox terrier terrier goatee beat out an
called Sky stood in their impressive lineup in the
way. final ring. Joining Sky were
The 5-year-old Sky won a standard poodle, a Cardi-
best in show at the West- ganWelsh corgi and.a min-
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for a layup earlier in the season. The
SChipola Lady Indians clinched their
first Panhandle Conference title
since 1990 on Tuesday with a 69-30
win over Gulf Coast.
Lady


SUBMITTED PHOTOS/BRYAN CRAVENCRAVEN
Chipola coach Jeff Johnson (left), Home Run Derby winner and current Atlanta Braves player Mat Gamel (center), and Toronto Blue Jays player
Jose Bautista pose for a picture during Alumni Weekend at Chipola College file photo,

Chhe Chipola Indians clinched their
first Panhandle Confbaseball programtitle
sincecelebrated its annual
Alumni Weekend over thisfor a picture during Alumni Weekend at Chipola College.

past weekend, with former
players attending and com-
peting in a Home Run Derby title
as well as other festivities BY SHELIA MADER
such as an Alumni Dinner Floridan correspondent
and an autograph session The Chipola Lady Indians are
Panhandle Conference Cham-
featuring former Indians pions with a solid 69-30 win
and current Major Leagu- over rival Gulf Coast on Tuesday
ers, while former player evening.
The win sends the Lady Indi-
and three-timeMLB All Star
ans to the state championship.
Russell Martin had his jersey The Lady Indians took a com-
retired. manding lead early and never
Former Chipola baseball players Russell Martin and Jeff Mathis, now with the Miami Marlins, sign looked back.
autographs for fans (from left) Alisa Hurst, Halle Hurst and Reagan Reed. Evelyn Akhator led the ladies
with 18 points on the night, fol-
lowed by Khadijah Ellison with
11 points. Also on the board with
nine points was Tiffany Lewis,
while Diamonish Sophus posted
eight points on the night.
Defensively, Brianna Wright
had seven rebounds and four
blocked shots. As a whole, the
team shot 44.9 percent from the
field and 64.7 percent from the
free-throw line.
The win gives the Indians a
26-1 record, with their one loss
Posing for a photo at the oming in early December.
Chipola baseball alumni co n erl e
dinner are (from left) Troy The girls travel to Tallahassee
coach Bobby Pierce, Russell Community College next Tues-
coach Bobby Pierce, Russell and day before returning home for
Martin, Jeff Johnse Bautista. and their final game on Saturday,
Feb. 22 against North Florida
State Community College.

Madd schoo Sofre" SNEADS FALLS TO POPLAR SPRINGS


Marianna Middle

off to hot start with

season-opening wins

BY SHELIA MADER On Friday, both teams hosted
Floridan Correspondent Bethlehem and walked away
The Marianna Middle School with a pair of wins.
softballteamjumpedoutquick- For the 'A' team it was a 7-3
ly with a pair of wins for the A' win behind five solid innings
team and a win for the 'B' team. by Goodson, who allowed three
On Thursday, the'A' team trav- runs on two hits and five walks,
eled to Graceville to pick up an while striking out eight.
11-1 win over Graceville Middle Offensively, the Lady Bullpups
School. were led by Goodson and Hen-
Chloe Temples took the drix, who were both 2-for-2 with
mound for the Lady Bullpups a walk and two runs scored, fol-
for two innings before Sydnee lowed by solo hits from Ken-
Goodson closed out the final nedy Harris, Temples, Ashton
two innings. Jeter, and Patterson-Rhodes.
Temples allowed one run on In 'B' team action, it was an
no hits and five walks while 11-0 win over visiting Bethle-
striking out four. hem with a solid pitching per-
Goodson allowed no runs on formance by Gabby Bess.
one hit and struck out six of the Offensively for the Lady Poplar Springs' Beth
seven batters she faced. Bullpups, it was Nalee Watson Hall (20) tries to go
Lauren Smith was the lone who was 3-for-3, followed by up throughapair of
Graceville player picking up a Bess, who was 2-for-2 with a Sneads defenders
hit. walk. during a 1A Regional
Gabby Bess led Marianna with Jeter was 2-for-3 and solo hits Semifinal playoff
two hits and a walk, followed by McKenzie Benton, Jayden game Tuesday night
by Madyson Hendrix with two Sorey, Alexis Roundtree, and in Sneads. The Lady
hits. Gracie Jerkins. Atomics won the
Solo hits by Aisley Patter- Jerkins and Sorey also had a game 50-41 and will
son-Rhodes, Devon Jernigan, walk each and two runs scored. go to Paxton for the
Brooke Wierman, and Nalee Marianna will host North Bay Regional Final on
Watson rounded out the Mari- Haven today with a 5 p.m. first Friday.
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Olympics


First week unkind


Sto American stars
The Associated Press He could've been speaking for
much of the American team af-
SOCHI, Russia What a stun- ter five full days of competition.
ning sight: Shani Davis gliding The U.S., which led the overall
around the speedskating oval, medals table at the 2010Vancou-
head down in defeat, staring ver Games with 37, was fourth
glumly at the ice. in the standings with nine as
For the U.S. Olympic team, of Wednesday, trailing Norway,
it's becoming more and more Canada and the Netherlands.
common. Four of the American medals
One after another, some of have come in snowboarding,
the biggest American stars have including gold for Kaitlyn Far-
wiped out in sunny Sochi. rington and bronze for Kelly
From Bode Miller and Julia Clark in the halfpipe onWednes-
Mancuso to Shaun White and day night.
Sarah Hendrickson, this is hardly But they are hardly household
shaping up as an Olympics to re- names back home.
member for the U.S. team. Not like White, Davis and
Davis was just the latest to fal- Miller.
THEASSOCIATED PRESS ter, finishing eighth Wednesday Scott Blackmun, CEO of the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESSaracehewon U.S. Olympic Committee, said
American Kaitlyn Farrington competes during the women's snowboard halfpipe final Wednesday at the Rosa in the last two meters, a rac e he won U.S. Olympic Committee, said
Khutor Extreme Park at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia. at the last two Winter Games. it's far too earl to push the panic
He was hoping to become the button.
Fa ih first male speedskater to pull "Whenever we start predicting
off a three-peat. He didn't come medals, we get way off track,"
Iarrington earns halfjeripe gold ehxd sat "Our job i to make sure the
close, fading badly after a quick- he told The Associated Press.
er-than-expected start. "Our job is to make sure the
The Associated Press able by three of the women still attempts. Her spin really went "I have to live with this for the athletes are prepared. What we
at the top for Run 2, all of whom about 1040 degrees, and she rest of my life," Davis said. "I can control is: Are they ready to
KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia had Olympic gold medals back traveled too far down the half- can't let it get me down, because compete? I can unequivocally
It was one of those Olym- at home. pipe while doing it. I have other races to skate, but say we're ready to compete. And
pic-style pauses. Two minutes. Hannah Teter, the 2006 cham- And so, the real drama came I'm pretty sad about it." don't forget there's almost two
Three minutes. To the four pion who wound up fourth, while the judges added things He's got plenty of company. full weeks left."
women sitting on the bench at couldn't do it. Neither could up, knowing they had three Miller faltered in the men's Clearly, though, things haven't
the bottom of the halfpipe, it Bright, who ended up .25 points Olympic gold medalists sitting downhill. Mancuso, after getting gone according to the best-laid
felt even longer from her second straight gold, on that bench and deciding if a surprise bronze in the super plans.
In the end, the cowgirl won but viewed this as nothing less they should make it four. combined, failed to medal in On Wednesday, the U.S. wom-
the gold. than a victory considering she's Farrington, a natural-born the women's downhill, her best en's hockey team lost to bitter
Kaitlyn Farrington, the 24- competing in three events dancer, sat there and shook her discipline. White dropped out rival Canads 3-2 in a tense pre-
year-old from Idaho whose slopestyle, halfpipe and, next, shoulders. Bright patted her of one event and joined Davis view of the expected gold-medal
parents sold off their cattle to snowboardcross. good friend Clark on the thigh. in failing to even win a medal in match. The defeat didn't mat-
bankroll her career, sparked the Then came Clark. She's been Teter, who also won silver in another, the halfpipe, he owned ter all that much in the grand
second upset on the halfpipein the most consistent, best-pre- 2010 and would've completed at the last two games. Hendrick- scheme the countries will
two nights. She smoothed out pared rider over the past four a full set with a bronze, sort of son never had a chance after un- likely meet again in the final
a near-flawless run Wednesday years, a favorite to win another knew where things were going dergoing major knee surgery six but it seemed to fit the theme
to edge Aussie Torah Bright and gold 12 years after she burst to end up. months ago. of yet another American squad
take down the American favor- onto the scene with her first "I love it when they play it out "It's a bummer," White said of coming up short, for whatever
ite, Kelly Clark. Olympic title in Salt Lake City. like that," she said. "I was hop- his defeat. reason.
"I'm sure they do not miss Buthereveningendedinmuch ing they wouldn't give it to her.
those cows today," Farrington the same manner as Shaun But whatever. She did a 1080.
said of her folks. White's did 24 hours earlier. That's why they gave it to her."
The running joke in her fam- Like White, Clark had a first The bronze, that is.
ily comes when her parents tell run that included a nasty fall; Clark insisted she wasn't dis-
her to "Cowgirl Up," and over a her board careened-off the lip of appointed. This bronze goes
long day that included six runs the pipe, bending hard when it with the one she took in Van-
two each in qualifying, semi- hit, then sending her free-fall- couver under very similar cir-
finals and finals Farrington ing to her back, 20 feet below. cumstances falling on the
did just that. "I work hard in the offseason first run, making it through less
The winning run earned a to be able to get up from that," than perfectly on the second.
score of 91.75. It included one Clark said. "I had a less-than-ideal prac-
of the tougher combinations in She did. But, also like White, tice. I fell every run," she said,
the sport a double-twisting she had a second run that in- a nod to a frequently chang-
jump with a near-blind landing, cluded a mistake on her signa- ing halfpipe that nobody really
followed by a 22-spin jump. It ture trick. White couldn't land mastered. "Not just falls, but THEASSOCIATED PRESS
closed with a twisting, head- the four-rotation "Yolo" jump. pretty epic fallS. To come back, American Shani Davis takes a breather after competing in the men's 1,000-
over-heels flip at the bottom. Clark couldn't quite master a it was a huge accomplishment meter speedskating race Wednesday at the Adler Arena Skating Center
Superb, though certainly beat- 1080-degree spin that only she to get on the podium today." during the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

Sports Briefs
High School Boys 6:30 p.m.; Mosley at Marianna, then playing two games Friday coming back Saturday to play a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Saturdays
Basketball 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.; Godby at against Salt Lake in Henderson, three against Alabama South- from 9 a.m. to noon.
Sneads, 5 p.m.; Holmes County Nev., and College of Southern ern, Walters State, and Southern The fee is $ 40 per child. Please
The Marianna Bulldogs will at Cottondale, 6 p.m. Nevada in Las Vegas. Union State at 10 a.m., 2 p.m., bring a copy of your child's birth
travel to Tallahassee on Thurs- Chipola wraps up the week and 4 p.m. certificate.
day to take on Godby in the 4A High School Softball with two more games Saturday, Chipola finishes the weekend For further information,
Regional Quarterfinals. starting with College of South- Sunday against Chattanooga contact Michael Padgett at 209-
In 1A, Regional Semifinals will Thursday Graceville at ern Nevada in Henderson, Nev., State at 11 a.m. 1250, LennyWeber at 209-8409,
be Feb. 18, with Malone hosting Wewahitchka, 6 p.m. and then Colorado Northwest- or Jamie Floyd at 569-2343.
Cottondale and Sneads hosting Friday -West Florida at Mari- ern at Southern Nevada. Malone Dixie Youth
Paxton. anna, 6 p.m. Baseball Sports Items
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Thursday Liberty County Chipola will head out to home this weekend with games baseball sign-ups for boys and to 850-482-4478. The mailing
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Altha at Malone, 6 p.m. on College of Southern Nevada Georgia Military College on the Malone Town Hall from County Floridan, P.O. Box 520,
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Houston County Farm Center, Bldg #2 .w hipola.edu/personnelaobs.
Furniture, Cast Iron, Lladro, Blackhawk Fn s Office Manaer www.chipola.edu/personnel/ obs.
Corn Sheller, Sterling Silver Flatware,
Sligh Grandfather Clock, Collectible Prefer nursing home experience. Contact Human Resources at
Glassware, Cast Iron, Lead Crystal, Silver GREEN FROZEN PEANUTS pippenw@hipolaedu or call (850)718-2269
Dollars, Deer Stands, Varmint Traps, for additional information. Candidates may
Utility Trailer, Much, Much More! 850-352-44j23fit appy p n be subject to background investigations.
Consignments are still coming in. 850-209-3322 or 850-573-6594 4294Thir venue,, FL EUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Call 334-596-2312 or go to EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
www.watsonauction.net for ddtails. Dry Shelled Peanuts
10% BP 9% Sales Tax I .- &l ALLATI ON & MAINTENAN
Col. Joe F. Watson, AL #1831
(Announcements made by Auctioneer on day of Position available for experienced Professional Service and Parts Advisor
auction take precedence over this or any other Mortgage & Consumer Loan Officer needed in our busy automotive shop.
promotional material.) BULK WHEAT Credit and background check required Excellent pay and benefits,
y Wf W for Sale Apply at FOCUS Credit Union, experience required,
for Sale call 850-663-2404 ,o Send resume to:
,-$9.00 per bussell or email p.abel@focuscu.org PO Box 942 MarannaFL 32447
Family Plots of 4 in Memory Hill Cemetery EOE/Drug Free Workplace Employer P.O B 942 MaannaFL 32447
"Garden of Chimes" $800. Ea. 334-899-8564 I 229-246-1340' 4
G &. SPECIAL T I .: -Photographer
TIOU I A CA ', T R MADDOX FARMS Jackson County Floridan has an immediate opening for a full time photographer.
Branson, MO. Ozark Mnt. Jamboree Beautiful Bermuda Coastal Hay
5 ngts, 6 days. 5 shows Elvis Presley home & Round Rolls $50 a Square $5 Candidates must possess a solid understanding of digital photography, composition and
museum & more March 30 / April 4, 2014 Call 334-791-0023 lighting. This position will work directly with reporters and newsroom staff to develop and
Charleston, SCSavannah, GA produce photographs and shoot video to accompany stories. This position is responsible
Historic City Tour, Citadel & Fort Sumter, I i R ES I for covering a wide variety of assignments from features to sports and illustrations.
Trolley Tour, Lunch at Lady & Son's
May 22-25, 2014 & more Duties also include posting video, photographs and stories to the Web. Multimedia
Trpical Costa Rica 8 nghts, 9 days MADDO FARMS including reporting and writing is a plus. Candidates should be familiar with Microsoft
San Jose, Monteverde Lake Arenal Cruise Horse Boarding Word, Microsoft Outlook, and Photoshop as well as some knowledge of software programs
August 2-10, 2014 & more (barn or pastures) that aid in posting to the Web. Must be willing to learn new things, be flexible and able to
NORTHEAST CRUISE & TOUR Beautiful Trails adapt and grow with the job. Reliable transportation is a must. A valid driver's license,
Nova Scotia, Sydney, Halifax Prince Edward Excellent Care proof of auto insurance and the ability to cover assignments at night or on weekends is
Island, 14 nghts, 15 days 7-ngt cruise Call 334-791-0023 or 334-791-7312 required. College degree preferred. Must be a self starter with a strong work ethic and
September 9-23, 2014 & more I have the ability to work independently.
For information Merita Stanley (850)594-9980 S & A
For information Merit Stanly (0 EOE/M/F/D/V: Drug and background screening is required.
TREES TREES
HURRY SALE!!! TREES Apply online at www.bhmginc.com
NOW SELLING 100's of Misc. ITEMS 12 ft.tall 30 gal
Reduced to 50% off. Furniture 30% off :.t 3 ":
in "BC booth" ontainers
Backyard Treasure 2331 Ross Clark Cr. $49.95 ea. 10 or
more $39.95
S. FINANCIALB Live Oaks, Crape Myrtle,
Cherry Laurel & Magnolias
By appointment
Daycare Center FSBO, 4 334-692-3695 "'"". ==." "'
completely furnished, great 2- Venetian white blinds all hardware, 2", Treadmill $50. Ab-circle $25. Stepper $25.
location, established for over AE R fits 72x70 opening $75. 850-482-4917 850-693-3907.
SBirdcage never used, med. size, white w/ blue VCR Toshiba $60. Thermostat C/H/A $30.
35 yrs. 334-677-3704 Buing Pine Hardwood in \ base, 17V2" x 13 x 22 $25. 850-482-4917 Rug hand made wool 7x12 $100. Fireplace used
Clothing, boy & girl toddler $25 a box. Wedding can heat $300. Stained glass fireplace screen
B Eyo area. gown, strapless, sz 16 $475. 850-693-3260 $130. 850-526-4264.
Fully equipped Beauty Salon or Barber
Shop for rent by the month or chair rentel. all Pea RierIT S A S EA SY
Call Ronald 334793-4263 A ES
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www.JCFLORIDAN.com C LASSIFIEDS Jackson County Floridan Thursday, February 13, 2014- 5 B
"R &'LOGiISTjI4CSBE s M M HOUSENEED TOImHW ED AUO
S2BR Apartments in Marianna ..................
175. Lot rent included. For details We'll be your Junker!
4C1 37S7P w 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4 We yourke
3br/2.Sba 2400 sq. ft. homefenced back yard, We buy wrecked cars
S3br/2.5ba 2400 s.ft home,fenced back yard, t's simple, call one of our friendly and Farm Equip. at a
Sdetached garage w/ office, in-ground pool, fair and honest price!
pets w/approval in Indian Springs $1400. mo + 250 & C lrnlete Cars
L^\ o ^ dep. Call 850-526-8426 Serious Inquiries only. Classifed representatives t m ars
s' *'' Austin Tyler & Co CALL 334-714-6285
*iUSta Quality Homes & Apartments and they will be glad to assist you, ........... . .
850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com d l e wI y gl U U yU
Williams Brothers Trucking Inc. "Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" ( :LEGALS
Hosford & Cottondale, FL Locations LEASS W O E 3S O BY TRANSPORTATION LrLS
Now accepting applications for -.......------.................
acceing ap ons This cute little building LF160347
Mechanics & CDL Drivers. just south of US 90
Driver applicants must be at least 25 years between Caledonia and : Chevrolet 2004 Trailblazer IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
old with (2) years verifiable driving McPherson Sts for sale : LT Red, 4WD, PS, PW, PDL JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
old with (2) years verifiable driving ......Mchee with remote. 4.6 25 HP IN AND FORJKSO NTY, FLORIDA
experience; No major violations within the or lease once again! :with remote. 4.2 L6 275 HP IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
past 36 months; clean criminal New CH&A system to help keep your energy engine. Good MPG, cold CIVIL ACTION DIVISION:
background for the previous 15 years. costs down. No need to be stuck in a strip AC. Looks, runs and drives CASE NO.: 32-2012-CA-000699
WBT has over 20 locations in the southeast mall. Have your own office/business build- great. $6,995. Call owner 334-671-3059. WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., SUCCESSOR BY
region, so we are here to stay & are looking ing. Surprising low low market rates. $69,900 : MERGER TO WACHOVIA BANK, N.A.,
for drivers with the same commitment. James M. (Robby) Roberts Jr., Broker Plaintiff,
We pay by the mile with monthly bonuses Prudential Jim Roberts Realty 1993 50. Convertible vs.
. Triple Black, 5sp. AC, PL, KAREEM OMAR EVERETT, et al,
For more information or to apply please L 850-482-4635 Ext. 207 j. PW, PS, CC 94,020 mi. Defendant(s).
call 912-375-7777 and ask for April. ." MO IL. .. $4900. OBO 334-397-4881 NOTICE OF ACTION
GOT BAD CREDIT? NOTICE OF ACTION
To:
G--NR A EMPLOYMN 2/1 elec. heat & air in Alford $380. mo + dep. $99.RIDE TODAY SALINA MICHELLE EVERETT
850-579-888/850-209-1664 Already filed Taxes
2/1 14 ft. elec, heat & air. Call Steve Pope Today THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SALINA MICHELLE
Alford on Mill Rd. $500. mo. & dep. 33 n4-3-9550 EVERETT
850-573-1851 Repo pass bankruptcy
S0-53-11 SLOW CREDIT OK SSI & VA OK Last Known Address: 2965 Sunrise Dr
2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. Marianna, FL 32448-7796
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. Grand Marque 2008 leather seat, -owner
http://Gand Marque 2008 leather seat, -owner
htp o r o owr low mileage, black w/ gray int. new tires, Current Address: Unknown
Only 57to turn on Rower 4 0-209-8K7847. low al la /e r- i ew r ,
57 to__?_____ turn___ on power 81garage kept, looks like new, Real Clean!! ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CILAIMING
2 II 3 B Mobile Homs 797-1 ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes 334-797-5151 BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
in Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 Lexus 2007 RX350 Silver in color, new tires, sun HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S)
roof, leather int. very clean, this is a very sharp WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
Jail Administrator 2BR/1.5BA at Millpond $495 rent + deposit. carl04K miles, exc. cond. $14,000. 334-791-9407 WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
Has utility shed, screened in front porch Lincoln/Mercury Tracer 1991 with 44K miles CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
Jackson County Corrections Facility 4 850-209-3970 NO PETS original miles, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
2BR/2BA Mmatalic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-701-0010.
Graduation from high school supplemented a A M ile Home & 5dryer, wter ge Toyota 1998 Avalon new tires & paint, cold AC, Last Known Address: Unknown
by specialized courses in jail management, sappeiancdes e as hr &d erwa exc. cond. 154K miles, $3995. Current Address: Unknown
BS in Criminal Justice preferred, and 6 to 9 sewer iu 334-792-8018 OR 334-792-8827
years of progressively responsible experience 3/2 Mobile Home on Ham Pond Rd in Sneads T *O YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a
as a correctional supervisor; individual with CH/A, lawn care incl. $550+dep. 850-592-4625 mortgage on the following property in Jackson
state certification as a correctional officer 2002 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic: County, Florida:
preferred; or any equivalent combination of 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. 2002 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic:
preferred; oraining an eperquivalent combinationdes theNO PETS. CHA. Garage kept, nice bike, 24,000 miles. Two-tone
training and experience which provides the blue. $10,200. 334-794-5296 or 334-596-5098 A LOT OR PARCEL OF LAND IN JACKSON COUN-
required knowledge, skills and abilities. Starting at $500 per month -TY, FLORIDA, AND BEING MORE O
Starting Salary $56,349.00/yr Call 850-258-1594 SPRT- UTI lIT PARTICULARILY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
If no answer please leave message. COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
Complete job descriptions may be viewed on Marianna area 2/2 Mb. Hm.in park CH&A Ford 1987 Brono 4x4 THE NORTHEAST ONE-QUARTER OF THE
_/_RUNS GREAT!! Good tires. NORTHEAST ONE-QUARTER OF SECTION 6,
our web site. water, sewage No Petsor Smoking Ref. Req. New Sears battery, rear TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH; RANGE 10 WEST; THENCE
Deadline to apply: 03/03/14 1st st &last 500 oi. 850-482-8333 window motor, fuel gauge. S 89 DEGREES 31' W, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE
SBrakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k OF SAID FORTY, 235.93 FEET TO THE WEST SIDE
Submit Jackson County employment Small 2 bedroom/ bath $325. mo.Snead miles on major tune-up (including distributor, OF A 50 FOOT GRADED ROAD; THENCE N 00 DE-
application to: 850-573-0308 4 plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as GREES 30' W ALONG SAID ROAD 279.4 FEET TO
Human Resources Dept., my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE CONTINUE
2864 Madison St, Marianna, FL 32448 SNEADS area N. of 90 3/ remodeled inside on 2,900. 334-750-5000 N 00 DEGREES 30' W 100.0 FEET; THENCE S 89
www.jacksoncountyfl.net/ acre $500. mo. 1st-last sec. NO PETS D 0 DEGREES 30' W, 185.0 FEET; THENCE S 00 DE-
850-272-1351 or 850482-2272 Ford 2005 Explorer: Green. Extra clean, loaded GREES 30', 1.0 FEET; THENCE N 89 DEGREES
SGREES 30' E, 100.0 FEET; THENCE N 89 DEGREES
EEO/ADA/AA/VetPref/Drug Free Workplace with all power. Low miles. New tires. Garage 30' E, 185.0 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
EEO/ADA/AARetPref/Drug FeeWorkplace COMMER IAL kept. Excellent condition. $9,250 or best offer. A/K/A 2965 SUNRISE DR, MARIANNA, FL* 32446
The Jackson County Floridan S TET Call 334-347-6375
The lJaokin County Floridan 6I A 1T EN._ :l [ JEEP, 2006 Rubicon, 44,000 miles, loaded with has been filed against you and you are re-
is looking for a quired to serve a copy of your written defenses
k lo rker a extras, excellent condition, FSBO 205-902-4212 within 30 days after the first publication, if any,
Dock W orker Freezer Cooler Warehouse Combination 1600 i.J:. on Albertelli Law, Plaintiff's attorney, whose
for new r d n sq. ft. Termapherm Freezer, 900sq ft. cooler, address is P.O. Box 23028, Tampa, FL 33623,
for newspaper distribution. 3000 sq. ft. Warehouse, Semi-loading dock Chevy 2010 Silverado, 4 door, 54K miles, and file the original with this Court either be-
The dock worker provides security and total 5500 sq. ft. $3950. mo. 850-718-6541. On-star, Bluetooth, Weathertech mats. fore December 16, 2013 service on Plaintiff's at-
quality control for newspaper distribution n Located in Marianna; Fl. Retiring and must sell. $24,500. 334-585-5288 torney, or immediately thereafter; otherwise, a
and archives. This position assists with GC 18 S a 10 s o a default will be entered against you for the re-
....... rcve Thsp n sGMC 1998 Sierra 1500 state owned and lief demanded in the Complaint or petition.
deliveries, route and rack maintenance and RESIDENTIAL maintained uns & rides great! $3495. OBO lief demanded in the Complaint or petition.
is responsible for the maintaining the
is responsible for the maintaining the (RAl ESTATE FOR SALE 850-526-2963 or 850-557-2523. This notice shall be published once a week for
parking lot and mailroom.
This position works 0:30pm o 7:00am Toyota 2010 Tacoma SR5 two consecutive weeks in the Jackson County
Monday through Thursday and Saturday White, 2 wheel drive, 4 door oan.
with occasional overtime and some 2BR, 2.5BA Townhouse for sale in walking dis- V6, tow package, new tires,
holidays. The ideal candidate is dependable, tance of downtown Eufaula. Quiet and quaint. Excellent condition. 46,000 WITNESS my hand andthe seal of this court on
has reliable transportation, has experience Deck with large backyard. W/D hookup and miles. $23,300. 334-693-4987 or 796-5919 28th of ctober 2013
working nights, is security minded, has good large pantry. Spacious rooms. Not for rent. A Dale Rabon Guthrie
math skills, is able to lift and carry 50 Ibs, $92,000. Call 256-437-3768 Clerk of the Circuit Court
has experience in customer service,
works well with others and is able to work t. hl CALL FOR TOP PRICE By:Tammy Bailey
without supervision. 373 acres Santa Rosa County, FL $2,200/acre Deputy Clerk
Larson & McGowin Properties Broker, 334-734- FOR JUNK VEHICLES **ee the Americans with Disabilities Act
We offer a full benefit package that wwwlarsonmgowinproperties.com See the Americans with Disabilities Act
includes, medical, dental, 401Kand paid 1382.www.arsonmgowinproperties.com I ALSO SELL USED PARTS If you are a person with a disability who needs
vacation. EOEM/F/D/V. Pre-employment 24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664 any accommodation in order to participate in
drug and background screen required. 24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664 this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to
r ug vd a on snl t rMalone 3/3 2231sf. brick home CH/A florida rm. r ------------------- --------- you, to the provision of certain assistance.
You may apply online at fenced bk yd. 2 storage building, W Wr k Vhil Please contact the ADA Coordinator by mailat
www.bhmginc.com, 1 block from school, $160,000. OBb P. O. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 or by
334-300-7170 OR 850-591-4729 Running or not phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days
before your scheduled court appearance, or
S B EI 33-794-957,6 or 3 7914714 immediately upon receiving this notification if
O GLE SBY --REC AT.. O the time before the scheduled appearance is
OB ? less than seven (7) days. If you are hearing im-
Plants International, Inc., WE WILL BUY YOUR CAR paired, please call 711.
Altha FL is accepting applications for ~ Sun Tracker 24-DL Pontoon OUT RIGa HT lis A
the following position. Boat, 90HP Evinrude Out- Regardless of year, make model, we have LF160377 Notice of Lien Enforcement Under FL.
board Model E 90 TL CEM, millions of dollars onhandtopay you good Staute 83.806 Leigh Cope Self Storage, 2273
deck table, fold-up ladder, Pomoney for your crent vhicle. Pontiac Loop, Cottondale, FL, will sell contents
new battery. Trailer not included. Older model We Are On The Coast ButWorth The Drive, of the following units on February 20, 2014 @
i IiiiT1li) but it looks good and runs great. $4,500. Lake & reputable, & we can give you a fair price 5:00 pm. 4 Rosalind Williams, 5 Martha Redd-
responsible for planning and purchasing of Seminole south of Donalsonville, GA on Rt. 374. appraisal in 15 minutes. ing, 12 Natasha Powell, 25 Clarence Bellamy, 38
product as well as inventory control. Contact Dee at dee.german@aol.com or call Call for appointment, dealer. 877-497-7975 Judy Tripp, 39 Stephanie Castillo, 46 Virginia
Require 2yr verifiable office experience. 229-515-7600. Tranquille, 47 Ikie Vickery
Prefer experience in data entry,
purchasing and inventory control.
Proficient in Microsoft Office and willing to -
learn custom programs. Requires excellent
written and verbal communication skills.
Full time employment with competitive I
wages and benefits available
Apply at One Stop Career Centers in
Marianna and Blountstow|n,
Oglesby Plants International Hwy 71 N D IR CTO R
or Fax resume to (850) 762-3806.


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g QUESTIONS & ATTITUDE

and maybe a few actual answers









SPEED FREAKS
A couple questions we
had to ask ourselves

:.. etty Images/STREETER LECKA
T"p j j Still pledging allegiance'to each
Sother. Any odds that Valentine's
Day:will bring news?
Entering SpeedWeeks; What is this
NASCAR's Cinderella team of 2014 just might "He's a driven guy, he's got a chip on his shoul- year's hottest talking. pnt?
be the No. 47 JTG Daugherty Chevrolet wheeled der, and he's got something to prove," she said. You're tempted to state the obvious
by AJ Allmendinger. Team owners Brad Daugherty "He gets after it every lap. He's got a great person- and go with the new Chase format, but
and the Geschickters (Tad and Jodi) have made ality. AJ's a team motivator and team player." that news came out a couple of weeks
some dramatic changes since we last saw them in Now, where's that glass slipper? ahead of the Daytona arrival and has,
2013. already been talked out (for now).
Bobby Labonte was replaced by Allmendinger, DREAM STILL ALIVE Maybe it'll be the new driver lineup at
who comes into the '14 season with the desire to Roush Fenway Racing driver Greg Biffle, 44, has Stewart-Haas. Or maybe all the lineup
Getty Images/GEOFF BURKE prove himself a worthy Sprint Cup competitor. not given up on the dream of becoming the first changes. No, come to think of it, it'll
Tony is again And, the team switched manufacturers. The No. driver to win all three NASCAR national series probably still be the Chase changes,
transitioning from the 47 was truly a one-car operation at Toyota. Now, championships. Only the Cup Series title has which, for better or worse, is a far
ropen-wheel ranks. it has an equipment and technical alliance with eluded him. "I think the goal of any driver is to win
open-wheel ranks, mighty Richard Childress Racing and Chevrolet. a Sprint Cup title," Biffle said. "We've come very differentopic than last year's hottest
Does that sound familiar? It should. close a few times. I feel like this year we're really chatter (the Danica Patrick-Ricky Sten-
What's your favorite The No. 78 Furniture Row Racing team buddied aligned well. Maybe thenew format will play into house courtship).
storyline heading up with Childress in '13, and its driver, Kurt Busch, our hands a little bit." What if Ricky were to pop the
into Speedweeks? made the Chase. Busch now has a sweet ride with
Stewart-Haas Racing, while the No. 78 is STEP IN, NOT BUILD question Friday on Valentine's
GODSPEAK: Got to go considered one of the Cup Series' elite Day?
with "Smoke" on this teams. Ryan Newman is excited to join Yikes, that changes everything, un-
one. Tony Stewart has "'m really excited about this," Richard Childress Racing and less by "the question" you mean: "Hey,
not raced since August, Allmendinger told NASCAR become part of an established
and he needs a Daytona This Week in a phone interview, team, the No. 31 Chevrolet. "I feel Daica, any chance you'll draft with
500 win. "This is not a one-year thing. like it's a unique situation for me; me next week?"
KEN'S CALL: I'm eager It's a multi-year agreement, son first time in my career I've been They say Tony Stewart is ready
Sse the a together, hopefully, we can build put together with an organiza- to roll. True?
this into something really strong. tion, a team, that's already
rounding the return love the ownership group. established," Newman said. Of course. Come on, he's not push-
of the No. 3. I enjoy They are great people. It's a fun "When I started at Penske we ing the car, he's driving it. I know the
balancing acts. group. The guys on the race team built a team, and when I went modern marketers do everything to
Complete this are passionate about the sport. to Stewart-Haas we brought an push drivers as athletes, but let's be
sentence: If Morgan It's great to be back full time." existing team over and pieced honest: If you fit through the window,
Allmendinger has worked his way together a bunch of guys." you can race. Well, assuming you have
Shepherd makes the back from a NASCAR suspension in some talent and guts. And
Daytona 500 at age 2012 when he lost his ride at Team maybe a sponsor.
72 ... Penske to being a player in the
GODSPEAK:... Then port's marquee series. Ken Willis has been covering
GODSPEAK: ... Then ar er NASCAR for 30 years. Reach him
having "We are super at ken.willis@news-jrnl;com or fol-
having an AARP card excited to be low him on Twitter: @HeyWillieNJ
will become vogue in working with
stock-car racing. Childress and
KEN'S CALL: ... First his team
I'll put a bow on his manager FEUD OF THE WEEK
antenna to make sure Mike Dil-
he finds the car, then lon," Jodi
I'm buying my Uncle Ed Geschick-
a firesuit. ter told
NASCAR
This Week
ONLINE EXTRAS "We havne.
newsjournalonline a long his- JEFF CLINT
news-journalonline. tory with them. GORDON BOWYER
com/nascar Mike drove for

facebook.com/ us in 1999." Jeff Gordon vs. Clint Bowyer: Feud
nascardaytona Geschickter said lives. Two years ago, Bowyer wrecked
Allmendinger is Gordon at Martinsville. Then, Bowyer's
nascardayta perfect fit for this "spin" at Richmond could've cost Gor-
don a place in the 2013 Chase.
FEEDBACK Godwin Kelly gives his take: "Ironi-
cally, both drivers are extremely lik-
Syou vmments abouestons CAr able. Gordon just doesn't like Bowyer
This Week? Contact Godwin Getty Images/JARED C. TILTON all that much."
Kelly at godwin.kelly@news- We'll ask ain this
jrn.com or Ken Willis at ken. W l ak a n
willis@news-jrnl.com summer, but as of WHAT'S ON TAP?
now, AJ Allmendinger
says he's ready to roll SPRINT CUP: The Sprint Unlimited
FINAL 2013 CUP POINTS with his new seat in the SITE: Daytona International Speedway
1. Jimmie Johnson No. 47 Chevrolet. SCHEDULE: Friday, practice (Fox
2. Matt Kenseth -19 Sports 1, 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.). Sat-
Kenurday, race (Fox Sports 1, coverage
3. Kevin Harvick -34 starts at 8:10 plm., green flagat 8:29
4. Kyle Busch -55 p.m.)
5. Dale Earnhardt Jr. -56 CAMPING WORLD TRUCKS: NextEra
6. Jeff Gordon -82 t Energy Resources 250
7. Clint Bowyer -83 SITE: Daytona International Speedway
8. Joey Logano -96 GODWIN'S SPRINT UNLIMITED PICK$ SCHEDULE: Feb. 21, race (Fox Sports
D S1, 7:30 p.m.)
9. Greg Biffle. -98 Godwin Kelly has covered Winner: Kurt Busch Disappointment: Jimmie Johnson NATIONWIDE: DRIVE4COPD 300
10. Kurt Busch -110 NASCAR foi 33 years. nReach Rest of the top five: Kevin First one out: Ricky Stenhouse Jr. SITE: Daytona International Speedway
11. Ryan Newman -133 rnl.com or follow him on Harvick, Joey Logano, Denny Don't be surprised if: Busch shows SCHEDULE: Feb. 22, race (ESPN,
12. Kasey Kahne -136 Twitter: @godwinkelly Hamlin, Ryan Newman how hungry he is and wants to prove coverage starts at noon, green flag at
13. Carl Edwards -137 Dark horse: Jamie McMurray Gene Haas made the right choice. 1:34 p.m.)


2014 Sprint Cup .
schedule
Feb. 15: Sprint Unlimited at Daytona
Int. Speedway
Feb. 20:Duels at Daytona
Feb. 23: Daytona 500
March 2: Phoenix Int. Raceway
March 9: Las Vegas Motor Speedway
March 16: Bristol Motor Speedway
March 23: Auto Club Speedway
March 30: Martinsville Speedway
April 6: Texas Motor Speedway
April 12: Darlington Raceway
April 26: Richmond Int. Raceway
May 4: Talladega Superspeedway
May 10: Kansas Speedway
May 17: All-Star Race at Charlotte Se a I
Motlor Speedway
May 25: Charlotte Motor Speedway
June 1: Dover Int. Speedway
June 8: Pocono Raceway
June 15: Michigan Int. Speedway
June 22: Sonoma Raceway wf O u un
June 28: Kentucky Speedway GREAT DEALS ON VEHICLES
July 5: Daytona Int. Speedway .
July 13: New Hampshire Motor O PUE 0 H
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July 27: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Aug. 3: Pocono Raceway
Aug. 10: Watkins Glen Int.
Aug.17:Michigantnt Speedway LET'S O BUSINESS WHERE BUSINESS IS ONE
Aug. 23: Bristol Motor Speedway LET S DO WHERE ES UUEUE!
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Sept 28: Dover Int. Speedway
Oct. 5: Kansas Speedway -
Oct.11: Charlotte Motor Speedway
Oct. 19: Talladega Superspeedway
Oct. 26: Martinsville Speedway
Nov. 2: Texas Motor Speedway www.,mariannatoyota.com (850) 526-3511 1-800-423-8002
Nov. 9: Phoenix Int. Raceway 2961 Penn. Ave., Marianna, FL