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:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
30.776389 x -85.238056

Notes

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."

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ACA5476
oclc - 33284558
alephbibnum - 000366625
lccn - sn 95047182
System ID:
UF00028304:01280

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

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Two arrested in burglary attempt Holmes County
Sheriffls office
.Third suspect on te run locally with obstruction by disguise, being s
Third suspet n the run an accessory after the fact, and is also being S ar
7" held for violation of probation in Houston
From staff reports County, Ala., authorities reported.
Investigators are searching for Timothy m Sl 1g m an
The victim of two recent burglaries hid Derrick Shiver in connection with the case.
out in his barn with a buddy and flushed The JCSO reported that someone called From staff reports
out some suspects in a third incident at his Shiver Smith Carr around 8:20 p.m. Sunday to report a bur-
place Sunday night, holding two people glary in progress on Cliff Road south of The Holmes County Sheriffs Of-
at gunpoint until authorities could arrive According to a press release from the Graceville. fice is currently searching for 27-
and take over. Those two are in jail, and a Jackson County Sheriff's Office, Jeremy A deputy arrived to discover that the prop- year-old Casey Jean Anderson.
third person who ran from the scene is be- Trey Smith, 24, is charged with burglary of erty owner had Carr and Smith detained at On the evening of Feb. 16, HCSO
ing sought by investigators. All three sus- a structure and possession of methamphet- gunpoint. received a call from Anderson's
pects in the case are listed as residents of amine in the case. mother, who reported him miss-
Graceville. Kimberly Diane Carr, 33, is charged See BURGLARY, Page 9A ing from their home in Ponce de
Leon.
Earlier that evening, the sheriff's
office received a call of a suspicious
FARWMI 3[B[i person in the area of Simmons
Lane, south of Ponce de Leon. The
in hacaller reported that the subject was
SQ knocking on their door, asking for
oWthea lo c ts in ndrthsrnd indesouth Shiver Sitho are r aoundust20 p suunff ereit ng bu from a
water and matched the descrip-

brain injury and has not been tak-
ing his medication.
If you have any information re-
garding the whereabouts of Casey
da h e a d Holmes County Sheriffs Office at
wthirdpero ha evenafryomathes tscene for he- TreySith, 24a, Fschargeb. 16,ith buar y Laterlaty ownerek, dCardSmithJa n An the o ntact the HSO
850-547-4421 or contact your local
Meetings planned law enforcement agency.

to explain changes a r e ane Maria naman
From staff reports the
.As the nation's new farm bill rolls out, char
two area events will be held this week ch l ab s e
to help local growers sort out what the c d abuse
changes might mean'to them. us ect caught in Ala.
On Tuesday, Feb. 18, U.S. Rep. Steve
Southerland will host awar
press event on the topic at From The Dothan Eagle
Baggett Farms with House
Agriculture Committee Police in Dothan, Ala., recently
Chairman Frank Lucas. The arrested a Florida man on a felony
session begins at 4 p.m. charge alleging he struck an 11-
and will highlight the bills year-old child in the face.
Southerland projected impact on North Court records show Dothan po-
Florida. lice arrested Eric Jeffery Curry, 35,
to explain child's Marialual dma
On Wednesday, Feb. 19, the Florida and of Marianna, and charged him
Alabama Peanut Producers Association with felony child abuse.
will host a Farm Bill videoconference, Records show police charged
with the interactive program originating Curry with striking a child across
in Headland, Ala. with feeds to the Jack- the face with a leather belt and
son County Extension office and several MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN FILE belt buckle on Feb. 7.
other locations in north Florida and south In this Floridan file photo, area producers listen to industry presenters during Peanut Field Curry was released from custody
Alabama. It begins at 1 p.m. central time. Day. at the Houston County Jail after he
posted $15,000 bail.


Grant means go for stormwater


project on Chipola campus
BY ANGIE COOK
acook@jcfloridan.com
A recent announcement by the
Northwest Florida Water Man-
agement District means an exist- 4a
ing stormwater pond at Chipola
College will soon have added
function and aesthetic value.
As the NFWMD revealed Feb.
13, fund have been awarded for SUBMITTEDPHOTOS
several area projects, including Bay County authorities issued
a $671,340 grant to the city of these still images lifted from video
Marianna to expand the exist- footage in hopes of identifying the
ing stormwater pond located at s r man suspected of using a stolen
ot outhof Rivr Foresot credit card to make roughly 10
Chipola, south of River Forest transactions collectively worth
the Arts. In addition to bringing a out
additional treatment to storm- A treatment pond holds stormwater runoff in front of the Chipola College p
water that eventually makes its Center for the Arts, Monday, Feb. 16, in Marianna. Late last week, the
way into the Chipola River, the Northwest Florida Water Management District awarded the city of Marianna
grant money will also help re- $671,340 to improve the site, which drains into the nearby Chipola River. From staff reports their jurisdiction.
duce water use on campus by Officials said the man used
developing a stormwater reuse na appreciates their work," City reduce the pollutant load that Authorities with the Bay the victim's credit card back in
irrigation system for the school. Manager Jim Dean said. gets into the nearby river, and County Sheriff's Office has re- late December of last year, but
The city of Marianna received As discussed in October, when reduce demand on the aquifer leased video footage and two that the victim only recently be-
a letter confirming the grant a conceptual plan was pre- by reusing water for irrigation of still images lifted from the sur- came aware of the transactions
award late last week. sented to city commissioners nearbycampusgrounds, allwhile veillance recording in hopes because the card was connected
"A lot of credit should be giv- by David H. Melvin Inc. Con- making enhancements to the of catching the man accused to an account he rtarely uses.
en to Marti Coley and her staff, suiting Engineers, the project facilityand its surroundingarea, of using a stolen credit card to Authorities say the man used
who worked hard to make this aims to solve a city stormwater buy roughly $400 worth of mer-, the card about 10 times on Dec.
happen, and the city of Marian- treatment problem in that area, See STORMWATER, Page 9A chandise from businesses in 29 and Dec. 30 of2103.
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We ather Outlook

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High 760 High 780 PRECIPITATION
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Month to date 2.34" Normal YTD 8.39"
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Morning Fog. Partly Morning Fog. Partly Cloudy TIDES ULTRAVIOLET INDEX
Cloudy & Warm. & Warm. Panama City Low 7:25 PM High 12:19 PM
Apalachicola Low 11:33AM High 5:37 AM 0-2 Low, 35 Moderate, 6-7 High, 8-10 Very High, 11+ Extreme
Port St. Joe Low 5:33AM High 12:04AM .
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Low- 48' ZLow- 500 Pensacola Low 7:18AM High 1:10AM
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RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage Sunrise 6:19 AM
Friday Saturday Woodruff 57.52 ft. 66.0 ft
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JACKSON COUNTY lConvu uniibrary Calendars

EmFL O R ID An N TODAY Disabled American Veterans Meeting 7 p.m supper. Call 372-2500.
)M St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to I p.m. St. at the DAV Chapter 22 house, 3083 DAV Lane, Town of Grand Ridge to hold public hearing
Publisher Valeria Roberts Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Maranna. Call Marianna. Call 209-4310. 6 p.m. at the Grand Ridge Town Hall. The regular
vroberts@jcflordan.com 482-3734. Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9 monthly council meeting will begin immediately fol-
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, lowing the close of the public hearing. For more info
doberskifodanco Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St 2901 Caledonia St.'in Marianna. Closed discussion ca592-4621. Public is invited.











MISS YOUR PAPER? the website at www.jcplfl.org or show up at one of
Marianna. Lwith 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire to stop Jackson County Library Services workshop
CONTACT US sewing Circle y Ip.m. at Jackson County Senior drinking is welcome. 6:30 p.m: at the Marianna Library for residents
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call 482- of the Marianna area. Seeking public input for the
Telephone: 850-526-3614 5028. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19 Jackson County library services study. For more info,
FAX: 850-482-4478 )) Panhandle Public Library Cooperative System )) Malone Joy Club 10 a.m. Joy Club House, S.R. call thelibrary director at the Marianna Branch at
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com Board Meeting 4 p.m. at 2862 Madison St., 2, Malone. Lunch served at noon. Games following 209-0846 or visit the website at www.jcplfl.org or
Street Address: Marianna. lunch. Come and join the fun. show up at one of the meetings. Looking forward to
4403 Constitution Lane 0 ) Jackson County Library Services workshop ) Jackson County Tourist Development Council seein n Bryan 482
Mariann, FL 32448 1:30 p.m. atc Campbellton Community Center meeting 10 a.m. at the Russ House, 4318 Lafay- )) Aroholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8-9
nday rnin e r for residents of the Campbellton and Jacob area. ette St., Marianna. p.m., First United Methodist Church. 2901 Caledonia
O e H St., Marianna. he agenda for eJacoh meeting cana St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited to
WeekdaysSeeking public input for the Jackson County library Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon people with a desire to stop drinking; papers will not
a WeekMarianna services study. For more information, call the library to p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist be signed.
director at the Marianna Branch at 209-0846 or visit Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
MISS YOUR PAPER? the website at www.jcplfl.org or show up at one of
the meetings. Looking forward to seeing you there. FRIDAY, FEB. 21
You should receive your newspaper no later THURSDAY, FEB. 20gs ags to y s re eligibe a
r than 6a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- Employability Workshop 2:30 p.m. Mariann0 i a to nn i t i r an C S a Deadline to submit pictures, business cards,
One Stop Career Center."Mock Interviewing" is the Iteatioal Chatn Sip 8:30- am. at the c. for inclusion in the Jackson County Friends
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to workshop. It is free, andopen to the public. The work- Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in f the e Library time apsule Jackson County
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The shop is facilitated by a certified motivational career Marianna. Learning Center staff and their inter- Public Libraryr, 2929 Green St. Marianna. For more
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) coach. Visit employflorida.com to register .national English learners invite the public for the info, call Ann Bryan 482-9631.
Public inviexchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed Ma inn eetion De tent aseball -
is published Tuesday through Friday and ) Jackson County School Board month meeting environment. Light refreshments served. No charge. Msoftball registration 8 Departmen. at Thbaseball-
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid 4 p.m. At the school board office, 2903 Jefferson Call 482-9124. 6- to 4 p. Mondation a a. to 4 p.m.o anon
at ADVERTISINGrSt., Marianna. The agenda for each meeting can be Marianna Educational and Recreational Expo (MERE)
atviewed through the district website www.jcsb.org. St.Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1p.m. St. Anne's location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna or you
Open to public.ter. whar Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call may drop off your registration at City Hall. Boys and
SUT SCRIPsIONs th publ Rep. Steve Southerland, I Tour of Baggett 4823734 girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible to play.











shall not be liable for damages arising men, women and children, are welcome and encour- The Jackson County Friends of the Library Floyd 569-2343.
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 Farms and press event on completion of 2014 b Caregiver Support Group Meeting- 11a.m. The fee for T-Ball is $35 for participants and $40 for
forthree months; $62.05 for six months; Farm Bill 4 p.m. at Baggett Farms, 1907 Highway to noon in the First Presbyterian Church Social Dixie Youth machine.pitch, AAA,"o" Zone and Dixie
71, Marianna. Hall, 4437 Clinton St., Marianna. Open to all family Boys. The fee for Darlings, Angels, Ponytails and
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include ocaregivers providing care to loved ones or friends. Beles Softball will be $40. The fee must be paid with
applicable state and local taxes. Mail t Town of Grand Ridge Planning and Zoning Confide'ntial group, facilitated by a professional group a check or money order, no cash will be accepted.
committee meeting 4:30 p.m. at the Grand e pa one
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Ridge Town Hall to review a major development order counselor. Coffee, water, light snacks provided. Checks need to be made payable to M o one













there shall be not liability for non-inser- the website at www.jcplfl.org or show up at one of Career Coach. Visit employflorida.com to register. Hooks and Needles -10 a.m.at the Jackson
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months submitted by AT&T Mobility for a proposed telecom- Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks will be allowed to register after Feb All partici-
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one munications tower. For more info, call 592-4621. Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus pants must bring a copy of their birth certificate.
year.pPublic invited. is the local community, "Community, Children & n Malone Dixie Youth Baseball sign-ups 9 a.m.
all proteted personal haratersts s ranh at or st the este at Character." Call 526-3142. to 4p.m. Monday thru Friday and 9a.m. to noon on
ADVE ISING 222 Sons of Confederate Veterans meeting & ais l Meeting Noon at Jim's Saturday at Malone Town Hall. Sign upfee is $40
p.m. Altha Community Center. Any and all who are Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call per child. Please bring copy of your child's birth
The advertiser agrees that the publisher interested in Southern and Confederate heritage 482-2290. certificate. If you have any questions contact Michael
HOW TO GET Y R The submission deadline for ts calendar is two days before pubcaon o Con F e ar Padgett 209-F250, Lenny Weber 209-8409 or Jamie
sTh e J ackson County For damages arising men i Floyd 5692343.
out of errors and advertisements beyond aged to attend. board meeting 1 p.m. Jackson County Public
the amount paid for the space actually ) Jackson County Library Services workshop 6 Library, 2929 Green St., Marianna. All members and ) Small Business Seminar "Business Finance"-
Forms are available by that portion of the Floridan officese- p.m. at the Alford Community Center for residents those interested in joibalng are invited to attend. 9 am. to noonat Chipola College in Room M-108 of
of the AlfordPhotographsmustbe, Cottondale andvsreport: Lk a turbances, one the latest 23 pm rinn the Business and Technology building (M). Cost of
ments in whih the error occurred, whether Seeking public input for the Jackson County library One Stop Career Center."Job Search Essentials" is 37, ri2457 Palma icanom.e, Greenwood, batlltery of718-
such error is due to the negligence of the services study. For moe information, call the library the workshop. It is free and open tothe public. The 2441 or email seversone@chipola.edu
publisher's employees or otherwise, and director at the Mariann Branch at 209-0846 or visit workshop is facilitated by a Certified Motivationalisabled person.
there shall be not liability for noninser- the website at www.jcplfl.org or show up at one of Career Coach. Visit employflorida.com to register. pro Hbation.oks and Needles -10 am. at the Jackson
the meetings. Looking forward to seeing you there. County Public Library, Marianna Bransch. New and
ion of any advertisement beyond the one burglar alarm, three medical Healthy Start coalition Board of Directors experienced handcrafters welcome to create, share,





















Te Jackson County Floridans policy tac st on criminal mischief entrapment, five calls regarding in county jail. n Darren Williams, 43, 3217
amount paid for rec t mistakes promptly.o cmplaints, on C ounty Li brary Services worksh fir Meeting -alar p.m. EST Veterans Memorial Center, learn r teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631.
6:30 p.m. at the Graceville Library for residents 10405 NW Theo Jacobs Lane, Bristol.
newspaper will not knowingly accept or of the Graceville area. Seeking public input fore alarm, oe report of shooting Brown St., Graceville, possession tion of stateo2 p.m. Florida Caverns Stateft,
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- Jackson County library services study. For more a, 17 Jackson County NAAC Meeting 5:30 p.m. in Park.Join Florida Caverns State P911. ark volunteers
ing which expresses prefeence based on information, call the library director at the Marianna the St. James AMcomplaint, twoE. Church basement, 2891to distrange Elliott and Lesley Smith as they lead visitors on a lei-





















JACKSON COUNTY mischief complaints, two civil marijuana-less than 20 grams, sale Schmidt Lane, Chipley, driving
legally protected personal characteristics is Branch at 209-0846 or visit the website at St., Marianna. Call 569-1294. surely stroll starting at the Blue Hole swimming area
www.jcplfl.org or show up atone of the meetings. ) VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting- 6 p.m. at to observe the birds of the park. Bring binoculars and
not acceptable. Looking forward to seeing you there. 2830 Wynn St., Marianna, with a covered-dish a picnic and enjoy the day.
HOW TO GET YOUR 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,
NEWS PUBLISHED email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish
news of general interest free of charge. Poli ce Roundup
Submit your news or Community Calendar MARIANNA POLICE two suspicious people, one arrest JACKSON COUNTY endangerment.
events via e-mail, fax,.nail, or hand delivery. DEPARTMENT on special detail, one highway CORRECTIONAL FACILITY Joy McKenzie, 48, 4138
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, obstruction, one Herring Ave., Marianna, possession
anniversary and birth announcements. The Marianna Police Department r e rc- burglaryattempt, The following people were of cocaine, possession of maNW-
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. following incidents for Feb. animal c two verbal dis- booked into the county jail during juana-less than 20 grams.















F b16, the latest available report: One checks, one assist of a motorist theft. at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
Photographs must be of good quality and Feb. 16, the latest available report: p(' turbances, one the latest reporting periods: ) Wille Crawford, 61, 5715
accident, five abandoned vehicle or pedestrian, two asresidential fire, ) Katisha Godwin, 37, 2457 Palma Lane, Greenwood, battery of
suitablereports, four suspicious vehiople agencies, one welfare two woodland Sapp Road (Lot 2), Cottondale, a disabled person.
right to edit all submissions burglary, three verbal disturbances, fire calls, one violation of state probation. u Goldyn Brcggs, 23, 4444 Laine
GETTING IT RIGHT one fire with police response, one complaint about burning, eight ) Cory Foster, 35, 4508 Marion Ave., New Orleans, LA, fugitive
prowler, one burglar alarm, three medical calls, one traffic crash with St., Marianna, sentenced to 60 days from justice.
The Jackson County Floridan's policy traffic stops, one criminal mischief entrapment, five calls regarding in county jail. ) Darren Williams, 43, 3217
is to correct mistakes promptly. To complaints, one juvenile complaint, brush fire, two burglar alarms, one ) Samuel Robinson, 31, 5454 Veterans Road, Cottondale, viola-
reporttwo assists of other agencies, and fire alarm, one report of shooting Brown St., Graceville, possession tion of state probation, grand theft,
Monday-Friday. four home security checks. in the area, 17 traffic stops, one of a controlled substance with misuse of91l.
larceny complaint, two criminal intent to distribute, possession of ) Rebecca Burnett, 31, 2541
JACKSON COUNTY mischief complaints, two civil marijuana-less than 20 grams, sale Schmidt Lane, Chipley, driving
SHERIFF'S OFFICE disputes, two trespass complaints, of cocaine, possession of crack under the influence.
one follow-up investigation, three cocaine with intent to sell-two
The Jackson County Sheriff's Of- assaults, one fight in progress re- counts. Jail Population: 187
fice and county fire/rescue reported ported, one noise disturbance, three ) Joshua Norman, 20, 3667 NW
the following incidents for Feb. animal complaints, seven property Drifting Winds Road, Altha, petit to report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
16, the latest available report: One checks, one assist of a motorist theft. at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
accident, five abandoned vehicle or pedestrian, two assists of other ) David Hullett, 35, 8168 AC agency.
reports, four suspicious vehicle agencies, one welfare check and Skinner Parkway, Jacksonville, To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
.JCFLO RIDAN.COM I reports, two suspicious incidents, one threat/harassment complaint. driving under the influence, child 404-FWCC (3922).





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Chipola College Homecoming set for Feb. 17-22

Special to the Floridan

Chipola College will cel-
ebrate Homecoming 2014,
Feb. 17-22. This year's
theme is "Chipola Rocks
the Rim."
SGAwill sponsor a Build-
ing Decoration Contest
among campus organi-
zations to be judged at 1
p.m., Tuesday.
Dress up days for the
week include: Monday,
Feb. 17; Pajama Day;
Tuesday, Superhero Day;
Wednesday, Blue and Gold
Day; Thursday, Sports Day;
and Friday, Harry Potter |
Day.
The Homecoming tal-
ent show is Wednesday,
Feb. 19, at 10 a.m. in the
Chipola Cultural Center
(formerly known as the
Arts Center). The contest is
open to any campus group
or individual currently
enrolled. Cash prizes will
be awarded to: Best Overall
- first, second and third;
Best Solo, Best Group .
and Best Band. Perfor- ,
mances are limited to four
miriutes. Sign-up dead- SUBMITTEDPHOTO
line is Feb. 17 in the SGA Chipola Homecoming candidates are front (from left), freshman Tierra Campbell of Malone, freshman Sara Kaye Compton of Chipley, sophomore Alexandria
Office. Nong of Marianna, sophomore Tatum Skipper of Malone, sophomore Tiara Sorey of Campbellton, (back) freshman Will Glover of Greenwood, freshman Qron
The Homecoming Mullins of Panama City, and sophomore John Eubanks of Bonifay. Not pictured are sophomore Frankie Murrell of Blountstown and sophomore Micah Ruiz of
games between Chipola Bascom. The Homecoming Queen and Mr. Chipola will be selected from the sophomore candidates.
and Northwest Florida in the Hospitality Room halftime of the men's game of Chipley; sophomores wood and Qron Mullins of The Queen and Mr.
are set for Saturday, Feb. beginning at 6 p.m. All which begins at 7:30 p.m. Alexandria Nong of Mari- Panama City; and sopho- Chipola will be selected
22. The women game tips alumni, college retirees The Homecoming Court, anna, Tatum Skipper of mores John Eubanks of from the sophomore
off at 5:30 p.m. Chipola and friends of the college selected by the student Malone and Tiara Sorey of Bonifay, Frankie Mur- candidates.
president Dr. Gene Prough are invited. body, includes: freshmen Campbellton. Mr. Chipola rell of Blountstown and For information about
and his wife, Priscilla, will The homecoming court Tierra Campbell of Malone candidates include: fresh- sophomore Micah Ruiz of Homecoming, call Nancy
host an alumni reception will be presented during and Sara Kaye Compton men Will Glover of Green- Bascom. Johnson at 718-2314.



Chipola College to host open house for ew welding program
Special to the Floridan will be on hand for tours of the great first class of students. The and is acertified welding Inspec- Community College formed the
lab. The public is invited. program features state-of-the- tor. He has worked in the nuclear consortium that was awarded a
Chipola College officials will Chipola has a full class of 20 art welding equipment in a clean power and gas pipeline industry $10 million grant by the U.S. De-
host an open house and ribbon- students in the 1,170 clock-hour lab environment. Hybrid learn- for more than 20 years. partment of Labor's Employment
cutting' Tuesday from 4:30-5:30 course which can be completed ing, simulation technologies, The program is made possible and Training Administration.
p.m. to celebrate the college's in one year. and open education resources through agrant awarded to the The grant supports colleges that
new welding program. Byron Ward, the welding ca- are used in the curriculum." Alabama/Florida Technical Em- provide training for advanced
Members of the Chipola dis- reer coach who helped establish Chipola welding instructor ployment Network. Chipola, L.B. manufacturing jobs. Each col-
trict board of trustees, welding the program, said, "We have an Patrick Kennedy holds multiple Wallace, Northwest Florida State, lege shares a portion of the grant.
students and college personnel excellent training facility and a certifications as a pipe welder Pensacola State, and Wallace Chipola's share is $1.6 million.


Sneads High School Honor Rolls
2nd Nine Weeks All As fany Harrell, Christopher Brown, Nina Durden, Grover, Tiffany Harrell, Austin Goff, Destinee Farishta Estok, Nicholas
9th Grade: Gabriela Da- Johnson, Lydia Joyner, Elizabeth English, Jakob Monica Hobbs, Lacy Hunt- Hays, Harley Hosey, Arthur Frascona, Craig Grice,
vis, Alexa Harrison, Crystal Alyssa Perkins, Madison Farmer, Logan Gilley, er, Christopher Johnson, Johnson, Sierra Kinsinger, Deon Griffin, Angerita
Hernandez, Sierra Kelley Pickens, Ashlyn Roberts, Logan McCord, Kaylee Lydia Joyner, Jordan Kite, Shelby Moulton, Hunter Hayes, Bianca Hernandez,
and Lyndsey Poole. Joseph Scott, Sandra Stew- Messer, Ashlyn Roberts, Brianna McDonald, Alyssa Powell, Cara Pyke, Alek Ana Hernandez-Angeles,
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Penn State names FSU's Barron its new president

The Associated Press off at Penn State. He joined the Winston became public and was
university's faculty in 1986 as passed along by Tailahassee po-
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. Eric director of the Earth System Sci- lice to the Florida state attorney's
Barron, a former professor and ence Center and associate pro- office for a full investigation.
dean at Penn State University : fessor of geosciences. In 2002, he A Florida State student claims
and president of Florida State was elevated from director of the Winston raped her. Winston's at-
University, was chosen Monday university's Earth and Mineral torney has said the sex was con-
to lead Pennsylvania's largest Sciences (EMS) Environment sensual. Prosecutors did not find
university as it continues grap- Institute to dean of the school's enough evidence to charge him
pling with fallout from the Jerry College of Earth and Mineral with a crime and the case was
Sandusky scandal. He'll bring Sciences. closed Dec. 5, two days before
with him the experience of man- "Eric's track record as an ac- the Atlantic Coast Conference
aging a major state university complished educator, research- championship game.
known as much for its for storied er, administrator, and inter- Barron had cautioned against
athletic program as its academic nationally recognized scholar a rush to judgment in the case.
mission, as well as the fallout uniquely qualify him to guide And, after no charges were
from a sex-abuse scandal with the college's development in to be filed, he issued a strong
ties to big-time college football. the coming years," Erickson, at statement.
Penn State trustees unani- the time Penn State's executive "Recent weeks have provided
mously approved the selection vice president and provost, said a painful lesson, as we have wit-
at a special meeting in State then. ne'ssed harmful speculation and
College after a 15-month search In 2006, Barron left State Col- inappropriate conjecture about
process in which university of- lege to become dean of the Jack- this situation and the individu-
ficials had kept the new presi- son School of Geosciences at the als involved. As a result, we have
dent's identity secret, refusing University of Texas at Austin. In all been hurt," Barron said. 'A
to confirm whether Barron was 2008, Barron became director respect for the principle of due
even being considered until the of the National Center for At- process is essential to the integ-
meeting began. mospheric Research in Boulder, rity of our community. Our com-
Barron, who worked at Penn THEmASSOCIATEDPRESS Colo., where years earlier, he was mitment to each and every one
State for 20 years, including four Eric Barron, speaks to the media after being unanimously voted in to a geology graduate student. Two of our students is unwavering
as dean of its College of Earth become the University's 18th president, Monday in State College, Pa. Barron years later, he moved on to Flor- and will remain our priority."
and Mineral Sciences, will suc- replaces current Penn State President Rodney Erickson, who will retire this ida State, where he became the With the return of Barron, the
ceed President Rodney Erickson, summer. university's 14th president. State College area will also be
who plans to retire when his scandal painful and saddening question about what the univer- In Barron, Penn State is getting getting back an active former
contract expires in June. Barron but focused on the changes it sity should do regarding the late an administrator who under- community member.
is getting a five-year contract has brought. former head coach Joe Paterno, stands just how important ath- According to FSU's website,
worth $1 million a year and will "What I see is an institution still a sensitive topic on campus letic success is to a university. Molly Barron, a former teacher,
start in May, if not sooner. that has really taken control of and among alumni. "I really want successful ath- was active in the State College
Erickson, Penn State's former compliance and is no doubt now "Whatever we do, we have to letic programs because it's the Area School District during her
provost and executive vice presi- a model university that I think a make sure that we do it with a front door. It's absolutely the husband's tenure at Penn State,
dent, was named president in lot of other universities are go- high sense of dignity and honor," front door to your university," he acting as president of the PTO, a
November2011 afterthen-presi- ing to look at and saythis is way Barrn said. "Sometimes that wasquoted as sayingbyUSATo- volunteer in the library, akinder-
dent Graham Spanier was forced we should be operating to make takes time." day in June 2013. garten aide and substitute. She
out following child molestation sure we do things the right way," During his four years at Florida Like Penn State, FSU has re- eventually took a position in the
accusations against Sandusky, a he told reporters after the vote. State, Barron has been an ag- cently dealt with a football scan- district's middle school technol-
former assistant football coach. Barron is expected to lead Penn gressive advocate for increased dal. Last fall, redshirt quarter- ogy program.
Sandusky is serving a 30- to 60- State through the trial of Spanier state funding and academic rec- back Jameis Winston became A native of Lafayette, Ind., Eric
year state prison sentence after and two other former admin- ognition for the university. He one of the biggest attractions Barron graduated from high
being convicted in 2012 of 45 istrators who were accused of a shocked FSU trustees Saturday in college football, winning the school in Atlanta. He earned
counts for the sexual abuse of 10 criminal cover-up. by publicly talking about leaving Heisman trophy and leading the a geology degree from Florida
boys. Spanier was later charged Barron said he never met San- the school in a newspaper inter- Seminoles to the national title. State in 1973 and master's and
in an alleged cover-up. dusky while working at Penn view in Florida. But in November, a year-old doctoral degrees from the Uni-
Barron called the Sandusky State, and he sidestepped a Barron's academic career took. sexual assault complaint against versity of Miami.


... Literacy Week honored




at Grand Ridge School

Special to the Floridian included: City Commissioner Travis Ephriam,
Karen Fader, Cosie Marlowe, Patricia Williams,
Community and Parents came to the classroom Rev. Ron Mizer, Doug Thompson, LaDray Gilbert,
in honor of Literacy Week. Leon Kelly wore his Acenia Dickens, Al Johnson, Jr., Karen Edwards,
Buffalo Solider's uniform as he read to 7th grade and Antonio Johnson. Grand Ridge PTO Presi-
students at Grand Ridge School. He issued Buf- dent gave out bicentennial quarters to students
SUBMITTEDPHOTO falo Soldier coins as students answered his ques- who correctly answered his comprehension
Leon Kelly and the students who answered his questions correctly and tions correctly Others on handto read to students questions.
released. Jug waso jaed on adwaswations correctly. Others on hand to read to students questions.
received a Buffalo Soldier coin.


State Briefs

I dead after plane Man fatally beaten $15,000 bail. Court records retrieve it. No activity in missing Tallahassee Police Chief
crashes into lake over chicken foot did not indicate whether Sheriff's spokeswoman FSU grads accounts Michael DeLeo and Uhre's
he had hired a lawyer. Catherine Rodriguez says parents held a news
WELLINGTON -Au- TAMPA Police in Public records show Jugo the marshal was vacation- TALLAHASSEE Police conference Saturday to
thorities say one person Tampa say a man is facing has been arrested 19 times ing in the area and felt and the family of a Florida update the public on the
has died after a small manslaughter charges af- previously in Florida. "pretty awful" about leav- State University graduate case.
plane crashed into a South ter he beat his roommate ing the gun behind. He is who went missing days Uhre was last seen
Florida Lake. to death in a dispute over US Marshal leaves based in Atlanta. after beginning an intern- walking down a Tallahas-
Palm Beach County Fire a chicken foot. gun in dressing room ship for a state lawmaker see street, and a blood-
Rescue officials say the Authorities say 52- gun in 2nd nightclub are pleading with the hound was dispatched
single-engine aircraft was year-old James Jugo was MIRAMAR BEACH shooting injlre 3 public to help find him. to search the area Friday.
found partially submerged arrested after the beat- Authorities say an inAuthorities say Ryan Police spokesman David
in a Wellington lake ing death of 56-year-old off-duty marshal left his JACKSONVILLE -Three Uhre didn't take his car Northway says the search
Monday afternoon. One Benjamin Calderon on loaded gun in a Kenneth people are in hospitals fol- with him when he disap- continues, but he couldn't
person was dead inside Saturday. The Tampa Bay Cole dressing room at an lowing a second shooting peared Feb. 2, and there's say whether any more evi-
the cockpit. Times reported Monday outlet mall in Florida's at a Jacksonville nightclub been no activity since dence had been found.
The Palm Beach Post that the fight started after Panhandle. over the weekend. then on his social media
reports that the Federal Calderon took the chicken The Northwest Daily The shooting occurred or financial accounts. From wire reports
Aviation Administration foot from a skillet where News reports a customer early Monday at the Lava
identified the plane as a Jugo was cooking, found the gutn Sunday af- nightclub. Police say one /__
Sonex, a fixed-wing, ama- An autopsy showed ternoon at the Silver Sands person died and four D SCO N
teur-built experimental Calderon suffered internal Outlet Mall and alerted others were injured in a K E SOND
aircraft. Only the pilot was bleeding after being hit a store clerk. The clerk pre-dawn shooting at the L ODRUGSI
on board the plane, numerous times on the called the Walton County Fat Kat club early Sunday.
The plane went down face, neck and elsewhere. Sheriff's Office. The Florida Times- w t 7 a
near the private Wel- A witness told police that By the time deputies Union reports police have
lington Aero Club. The she saw Jugo hit Calderon arrived, the marshal real- not indicated whether ( 0-- [f -,
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County rivals face off in regional semis

BY DUSTIN KENT in its loss to Sneads and ing to try to do everything able we are."
dkent@jcfloridan.com had trouble with the Pi- we can to give ourselves a The Tigers may disagree
rates' size and length. chance to win." about the power of home
The Malone Tigers (23- Malone doesn't -have Right at the top of the court advantage and
4) will host the Cottondale nearly as much size and list of Cottondale's keys they'll have a chance to
Hornets (11-13) in a 1A bulk on the inside as to doing just that is keep- prove it by winning tonight
Regional Semifinal game Sneads, but the Tigers ing Baker and Johnson and hosting the regional
tonight that seems lop- son with young guards and present a much different under control or at least on Chipley and earlier this final against the winner of
sided on paper, but has those guards have gotten sort of challenge with their more than they were in the season to District 1 run- Sneads/Paxton.
the makings of a far more better as the season has three-point shooting-over first meeting between the ner-up Paxton. If they do so, they'll do
interesting matchup when gone on," he said Monday, seven made threes per teams. But Obert said that he what the previous two
the teams hit the floor. referencing Cottondale's game on 36 percent shoot- "Someway, somehow and his players are not Malone teams both win-
The Tigers come in as sophomore backcourt of ing and one of the most we've got to find a way concerned with where ners of 25 games failed
District 1 champions and Kadeem Webb and Tristan dynamic scoring duos in to slow down (Baker and the game is being played to do and that's make it to
the top-ranked team in 1A Braxton. "They've done a 1A basketball. Johnson). They're two of and that it won't affect the Lakeland.
after dispatching the Pax- good job of handling pres- Senior Chai Baker (22.7 the better players in the outcome. It's an opportunity that
ton Bobcats 77-69 on Feb. sure and they can shoot it points per game) and ju- area," Obert said. "Chai is "To be honest, we're not Welch said his players can't
8 at Bethlehem, while the and put it on the floor, and nior Antwain Johnson one of the better players intimidated by the envi- wait to seize.
Hornets come in as District they've got some senior (19.9) form one of the most the area has seen in quite ronment at all. I don't think "They're obviously ex-
2 runner-ups after falling leadership around them. explosive guard tandems some time. We have a great there's an environment any cited and I think it's huge
46-34 to Sneads. They're a complete team. in the state, with the two deal of respect for him and rougher than the one we that we get these games at
While the Hornets'record Some people see their re- combining for 58 points what he's accomplished, play in every home game," home, but we don't con-
and 70-54 loss to Malone cord and don't understand on just 40 shot attempts We know it's going to be a he said. "I think whenever sider anything being in the
in the teams' only meet- that they're a good team." in the November win over tall task, but we look for- we have a big game at our bag," he said. "I knowTues-
ing Nov. 29 in Cottondale After nearly pulling off a Cottondale. ward to it." place our crowd plays day night there will be two
makes this seem like a mis- monumental upset of 4A "We understand that Beating Malone over the a bigger. part than their teams who don't want to go
match, Tigers coach Steven powerhouse Marianna ,in we're an underdog because past fewseasons has been a crowd plays for them. The home and if we don't come
Welch said that CHS has the regular season finale, of what Malone did to us tough task in its own right, biggest thing is they shoot in and play better than Cot-
been a different team in the Hornets took district earlier in the year," Hor- but beating the Tigers on the ball really well over tondale, we're likely to be
the second half of the sea- tournament wins over nets coach Chris Obert said their home floor has been there and that's what con- at the house. We can't take
son and one that his group Blountstown- and top- Monday. "The role of the almost impossible. cerns me the most. But as anybody for granted. There
will need to play very well seeded Vernon to advance underdog for us is probably Malone is 27-2 at home far as the crowd and all are no bad teams left. We're
to beat. to the district champion- deserved. But we're com- over that span, with the that, it doesn't faze us. The looking forward to the
"I think they're a classic ship game. ing out there to play hard only losses coming in 2012 more hostile the environ- challenge and the kids are
case of starting out the sea- Cottondale shot it poorly and compete and we're go- to eventual state champi- ment is, the more comfort- pretty excited about it."


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'Saders, season


onthe line

BY DUSTIN KENT ent. He's so good on both
dkent@jcfloridan.com ends. He's the kind of kid
who can dominate both
After winning the dis- ends of the floor," he said.
trict championship on "He's an offensive threat
Marianna's home floor, from the get-go, all the
the Pensacola Catholic way from the three-point
Crusaders will look to end line to the basket.
the Bulldogs' season to- "He's just a really good,
night when they host the complete player."
4A Regional Semifinals. Laster, who leads the
Marianna has won team with 15.1 points
two of the three meet- per game, is far, from the
ings with Catholic this only threat in the Catho-
season, though the Cru- lic lineup, with 6-foot-6
saders took the most junior Dajuan Moorer av-
meaningful when they eraging a double-double
topped the Bulldogs 56- with 12.3 points and 11.5
48 in the District 1 chain- rebounds, and junior
pionship game Feb. 8 at Brad Hartnett and senior
MHS. Nic Bell each scoring
It was just the second 9.4 points per game and
loss of the season for spreading the floor with
Marianna (26-2) and a three-point shooting.
breakthrough win in the "Every one of those kids
season series for Catholic offers something," Blan-
(21-7) after falling to the ton said.
Bulldogs twice during the "They can break you
year. down off the dribble,
Despite the disappoint- catch it and shoot it, or
ment of losing the district score out of the post.
title on their home court, They're just a great bas-
Marianna coach Travis ketball team."
Blanton said the defeat In the previous meeting
may serve the Bulldogs in Pensacola between the
better in the fourth meet- teams, Marianna won 58-
PHOTOBYESTALMATTOX ing than a win would 57 on a buzzer-beating
Sneads' Darius Williams tries to score while Cottondale's Kyshon Ali (30) tries to block his shot during the District 2-lA have. three-pointer by junior
title game Feb. 8. "Being 2-1 (against point guard Shaquarious
Catholic) is probably bet- Baker.
Pirates aim for another upset against Paxton ter than being 3-0 at this Along with Thursday
point actually. The kids night's regional quarter-
hopefully realize that final win over the Godby
BY DUSTIN KENT ers) tape (of Paxton) because I'm length of the Pirates who play they're good enough on Cougars, it ranks as prob-
dkent@jcfloridan.com afraid it will scare them to death," six different players who range in any given night to show ably the most impressive
the coach said. "They've got size, height from 6-foot-3 to 6-foot-6 us that they're better," the road win of the season for
The Sneads Pirates stunned speed, ahd they can shoot the ball. with a talented front line that coach said. the Bulldogs.
many neutral observers with their They've got a little bit of everything includes athletic 6-foot-3 junior "I'm hoping their at- Playing and winning big
District 2 tournament title run ear- and that's why they are where they Desmond Moore, physical 6-foot- tention has been brought games away from home
ier this month. are. We know they can play. I hope 3 freshman Zac Varnum, and 6- forth that they can't isn't new for the Bulldogs,
Now, they'll try to keep their sur- our defense can slow them down a foot-6 junior center Asa Fayne, as take plays off and they've who Blanton said are per-
prise run goingt with what would little bit. The kids are fired up and well as 6-foot-plus guards Austin got to hustle every play, fectly comfortable play-
bean evenless likelyupset over the excited to be here." Carniey and WilliamAnderson. make free throws and ing a game of such mag-
Paxton Bobcats in tonight's lA Re- That the Pirates are here to be- It's an impressive collection of take care of the ball lie- nitude in Pensacola.
gional Semifinal playoff matchup. gin with is amazing enough given talent and Hubbs said he is aware cause Catholic is very, "I feel good about play-
Sneads (9-18) took the district that they lost their first seven that most are predicting a fourth very good." ing on the road and the
championship after wining just games of the season and were 2- Malone-Paxton game in the re- TheCrusadershavewon kids do too," he said. "I
six regular season games, knock- 14 after a home loss to Malone on gional final, but that doesn't faze 14 straight games overall, don't think it really both-
ing off Graceville, Altha, and Cot- Jan. 9. himself or his players. with the last loss coming er ts this group. Playing
tondale en route to the title. But Sneads won four of its next "I know we're not expected to in Marianna on Jan. 3. in this atmosphere, if
Up next for the Pirates is an even six games before ending the regu- win by all the smart people, but Catholic was without the kids don't allow their
greater challenge in District 1-1A lar season with lopsided road loss- nobody thought we would win leading scorer Daniel emotions to overcome
runner-up Paxton (25-3), with the es to Marianna and Malone. In the the district either," he said. "I don't Laster in that contest, their ability to play the
Bobcats coming in having won 10 district tournament, the Pirates know how many people out there and the 6-foot-5 junior game and do what we've
of their last 11 games but failing used suffocating 3-2 zone defense think we'll do well, but that's OK. transfer from Pensaco- done up to this point, I
to win the league title after falling to limit their three opponents to We don't have to play off of what la Washington proved like it.
to No. 1 Malone for the second an average of 40 points per game. other people think; we just have to the difference-maker in "I think the kids do as
straight time. Doing the same to the Bobcats play how we think we can. the district title win with well. Being fortunate
The Bobcats are 1-2 against the will be difficult, as Paxton sports a "The hay is in the barn at this a game-high 23 points, enough to win on the
Tigers this season and 16-0 against skilled and balanced group of of- point, I guess. We're just going to Blanton said the Cru- road (against Godby)
all other 1A competition, and fensive players that includes four try to do the best we can. We've sadersareamuchtougher makes them that much
Sneads coach Bruce Hubbs said averaging in double figures scor- got some confident and maybe we team to crack offensively more confident to get to
he knows his team is in for a huge ing and another close at 9.2. have some momentum going in, and defensively when the next game."
challenge tonight. The Bobcats can also come close so we'll see." Laster is in the lineup. The game tips off at 7
"I'm afraid to show (the play- to matching the excellent size and The game will tip off at 7 p.m. "They're a lot differ- p.m. L
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2006 Nissan Sentra 4-door Sedan, 93,751 miles, BEARING OF NORTH 00 DEGREES 00 MINUTES
OGLES Y 23 mpg, good cond. tan int. auto-trans, power I 00 SECONDS EAST, 209.99 FEET, THENCE
GLESBY sterring, AM/FA stero, rear spoiler & cold AC NORTH 87 DEGREES 22 MINUTES 36 SECONDS
$4800. 850-2092502 LF160345 WEST, 372.11 FEET, THENCE-SOUTH 06 DE-
Plants International, Inc., $480GREES 37 MINUTES 02 SECONDS WEST, 274.71
Plants International, Inc., GOT BAD CREDIT FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
Altha FL is accepting applications for 99. RIDE TODAY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
the following position. Already filed Taxes JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND-FOR JACKSON BETTER DESCRIBED AS:
Call Steve Pope Today CASE NO. 2013-302-PR
334-803-9550 COMMENCE AT AN EXISTING IRON ROD MARK-
Repo pass banuptcy IN RE: ESTATE OF JACQUELINE P. BENNETT ING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 7,
1p I SLOW CREDIT OK SSI b VA OK Deceased O JACQ N BNN TOWNSHIP 6 NORTH, RANGE 9 WEST, JACKSON
SLOW CDIT SSI & VA OK Deceased. COUNTY, FLORIDA AND CALL THIS THE POINT
responsible for planning and purchasing of OF COMMENCEMENT, THENCE NORTH 01 DE-
product as well as inventory control. Lexus 2007 RX350 Silver in color, new tires, sun NOTICE TO CREDITORS GREES 05 MINUTES 45 SECONDS EAST, A DIS-
Require 2yr verifiable office experience. roof, leather int. very clean, this is a very sharp TANCE OF 1318.89 FEET TO AN EXISTING 4 INCH
Prefer experience in data entry, carl04K miles, exc. cond. $14,000. 334-791-9407 The administration of the estate of Jacqueline X4 INCH CONCRETE MONUMENT WITH AN ALU-
purchasing and inventory control. Lincoln/Mercur Tracer 191 with 44K miles P. Bennett, deceased, whose date of death was MINUM CAP STAMPED R.A. BANNERMAN (RLS
Proficient in Microsoft Office and willingto original miles, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue Jackson County, Florida, Probate Division, File S ND321, EANC S D ISTANCE O 1146 FEET
learn custom programs. Requires excellent mataic paint, 4 newtires $ 3-7 Jackson County, Florida, Probate Division, File SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 1314.68 FEET
learn custom programs. Requires excellent matalic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-701-0010. Number 2013-302-PR, the street address of
written and verbal communication skills. TO AN EXISTING 4 INCH X 4 INCH CONCRETE
Full time employment with competitive Toyota 1998 Avalon new tires & paint, which is 4445 Lafayette Street, Marianna, Flori- MONUMENT WITH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED
wages and benefits available cold AC, exc. cond. 154K miles, $2500. da 32446, and the mailing address of which is R.A. BANNERMAN (RLS 3214), THENCE S 01 DE-
wAgles antdbn eitsavrlntarb e I 334-792-8018 OR 334-792-8827Post Office Drawer 510, Marianna, Florida GREES 04 MINUTES 10 SECONDS WEST, A DIS-
Apply at One Stop Career Centers in 334-792-8018 OR 334-792-8827 32447. The names and addresses of the person- TANCE OF 274.58 FEET TO AN EXISTING 4 INCH
Marianna and Blountstw Toyota 2005 Camry LE, Gray int. & ext. 268,493 al representative and the personal representa- 4 INCH CONCRETE MONUMENT WITH AN
Marianna and BIOuntstown, mile, good cond. auto trans, power doors, win- tive's attorney are set forth below. ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED R.A. BANNERMAN
Oglesby Plants International Hwy 71 N dows & drivers seat, cruise control, rear spoil- (RLS 3214) ON THE NORTHERLY MAINTAINED
or Fax resume to (850) 762-3806. er, cold AC, 25mpg. $4500. 850-209-2502. All creditors of the decedent and other persons RIGHT OF WAY OF FORD ROAD (A GRADED
MOTORCYCLES having claims or demands against decedent's COUNTY ROAD) AND CALL THIS THE POINT OF
0 0~ a d]estate on whom a copy of this notice is re- BEGINNING, THENCE LEAVING SAID RIGHT OF
S 2002 Harley Davidson ltra lassic: quired to be served must file their claims with WAY NORTH 01 DEGREES 40 MINUTES 10 SEC-
S E UCATION 2002 Harley Davidson Utra Classic: this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHSDEGREES 40 MINUTES10 SE
J & INSTRUCTION Garage kept, nice bike, 24,000 miles. Two-tone AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST ONDS EAST ALONG THE OWEST LINEOF THE
blue. $10,200. 334-794-5296 or 334-596-5098 PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- ST EAST OF THEE OUTHWEST 1/4, A
SCHOOtOTLSC decnION TERTH BATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THI DISTANCE OF 274.58 FEET TO AN EXISTING 4
iE AT E OF SVICE OF A CY T FTHIS INCH X 4 INCH CONCRETE MONUMENT WITH
ST ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED R.A. BANNERMAN
Look ahead to your Al oecdoot e(RLS 3214) MARKING THE NORTHWEST COR-
future! Start training All other creditors of the decedent and otherTHE ST
ST for a new career in persons having claims or demands WEST 1/4, THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 26 MI-
FORTI Medical Assisting, against decedent's estate must file their claims NUTES 14 SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE NORTH
U I 1 w ithi courtWITHIN3 MONTHS AFTER NUTES 14 SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE NORTH
COLLEGE Medical Office Admin., with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE LINEOF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE SOUTH-
Pharmacy Technology, DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- WEST 1/4, A DISTANCE OF 373.67 FEET TO AN
& HVAC! EXISTING 5/8 INCH IRON ROD WITH ALUMINUM
Call Fortis College 855-445-3276 ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERI- CAP STAMPED BANNERMAN SURVEYORS, INC.
For consumer info: visit www.fortis.edu ; Ji i ODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE (LB 5106), THENCE S 05 DEGREES 33 MINUTES
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER 53 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE O 187.09 FEET
ir ,%i F RESD tENTIA ^ Ford 1987 Bronco 4x4 BARRED TO AN EXISTING 4 INCH X 4 INCH CONCRETE
$ AL E$ E ~ERN RUNS GREAT!! Good tires. BAR MONUMENT WITH DISC STAMPED YARBROUGH
New Sears battery, rear NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET (LS 5134) ON THE NORTHERLY MAINTAINED
NewdSe b Irer e NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET RIGHT OF WAY OF FORD ROAD, f ENCE SOUTH
TM.IElNTS IJ BrakHE window motor, fuel gauge. FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM RIGHT OF WAY OF FORD ROAD, THENCE SOUTH
Brakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE 77 DEGREES 57 MINUTES 39 SECONDS WEST,
STWOYovARerhauledMORE AFTER THE thanALONG THE NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF
1/1 Free water, sewer, garbage, laundry miles on major tune-up (including distributor, DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. SAID ROAD, A DISTANCE OF 405.84 FEET TO
S plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
& basic cable. $500. m 850-592-4793 my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking The date of first publication of this Notice is
$2,900. 334-750-5000 February 17, 2014. THIS PARCEL IS LOCATED IN THE SOUTHEAST
HOUISES :aJI [' ]t=1- Ford 2005 Explorer: Green. Extra clean, loaded l R: 1/4 OF THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 7,
1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna with all power. Low miles. New tires. Garage Richard Dennis Bennett, Jr. TOWNSHP 6NORTH, RANGE 9 WEST, JACKSON
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own kept. Excellent condition. $9,250 or best offer. Post Office Box 266 COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Lot rent included. For details Call 334-347-6375 Greenwood, Florida 32443 TO INCLUDE A
4 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 JEEP, 2006 Rubicon, 44,000 miles, loaded with Attorney for Personal Representative: 2005 CAVL VIN CV05AL0266136A 0093567723
3br/2.Sba 2400 sq. ft. home, fenced back yard, extras, excellent condition, FSBO 205-902-4212 F orid ce T. Dar Num 0057 2005 CAVL VIN CV05AL0266136B 0093567801
detached garage w/ office, in-ground pool, ___Foi_____ 1 n Cir, i 6 To include a:
pets w/approval in Indian Springs S1400. mo + I1695 Metropolitan Circle, Suite 6 2005 CAVL VIN CV05AL02661-36A 0093567723
dep. Call 850-526-8426 Serious Inquiries only. Floa 3 8 2005 CAVL VIN CV05AL0266136B 0093567801
Chevy 2010 Silverado, 4 door, 54K miles, (850) 523-9300
Austin Tyler & Co On-star, Bluetooth, Weathertech mats. tdariotis@nettally.com at public sale, to the highest and best bidder,
Quality Homes & Apartments Retiring and must sell. $24,500. 334-585-5288 Tfor cash, At the North Door of the Jackson
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.. This cute little building White 2 wheel drive, 4 door IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY ownerof the date of the lis pendens, must
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mall. Have your own office/business build- CALL FOR TOP PRICE DAVID FAST; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DAVID By Tammy Bailey
ing. Surprising low low market rates. $69,900 FAST; RONNY S. HOOD; JUDY M. HOOD; IF LIV- Deputy Clerk-
James M. (Robby) Roberts Jr., Broker FOR JUNK VHILS ING, INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
FOR JUNK VEHICLES SAID DEFENDANT(S), IF REMARRIED, AND IF'DE- THIS INSTRUMENT PREPARED BY:
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Alford on Mill Rd. $450. mo. & dep. and Farm Equip. at a OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UN- Please contact Court Administration at P.O.
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Golson PTO hosting

collection fundraisers
SaiSpecial to the Floridan munity Coffee labels and
Empty ink jet and toner
The PTO of Golson cartridges.
Elementary School in- The PTO's fundraising
vites the community to goal is to purchase play-
participate in its collec- ground equipment.
tion fundraisers. PTO is The donated items may
collecting the following be sent with a Golson
items throughout the student or placed in col-
school year: Box Tops lection bins located in
for Education, Labels for Golson's foyer. Items may
Education/Campbell's, also be mailed to Golson
Tyson Project A+ Labels, Elementary PTO, 4258
emptyCapriSun/Kool-Aid Seconde Avenue, Marian-
Jammers pouches, Com- na, FL 32446.


Scott wants $213.5M


The Marianna FFA Chapter will celebrate National FFA Week, Feb. 15-22. This year's theme is "Ignite and it Embraces More than
80 Years of FFA Traditions" while looking forward to the organization's future. More than half a million members will participate
in National FFA Week activities at local, state and national levels. These members have a passion for agriculture. nThe Press perman t jobs atthe
new facility. The $213.5
Scott on Monday pro- over three years, provided
posed spending more the state Legislature also
than $213 million for approves the spending
Special to the Floridan others in their school and commu- Supply Company as a special project a transportation hub plan.
nity learn about FFA and agricul- of the National FFA Foundation. including a rail line at "This project in
Designated as National FFA Week tural education. Today's FFA mem- The national FFA organiza- Orlando International Orlando, as well as others
in 1947, the week of George Wash- bers are the innovators and leaders tion provides leadership, per- Airport. statewide, makes Flori-
ington's birthday is FFA Week, and of tomorrow. Through agricultural sonal growth and career success The governor said at da's airports among the
rins from Saturday to Saturday. FFA and hands-on learning, they are training through agricultural a Monday news confer- best in the nation, keep-
Week gives FFA members an oppor- preparing for more than 300 career education to 579,678 student mem- ence that the project, ing Florida competi-
tunity to educate the public about opportunities in the food, fiber and bers in grades seven.through 12 who called the South Airport tive, and creating jobs
agriculture. natural resources industry, belong to one of 7,570 local FFA People Mover Complex, and opportunities for
During the week, chapters con- National FFA Week is chapters throughout the U.S., Puer- would create 1,900 con- future generations," Scott
duct a variety of activities to help sponsored by Tractor to Rico and the Virgin Islands. struction jobs and 380 said.




























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Programmer makes music TILLMAN SPEAKS


jump for Olympic skaters TO CHIPOLA CIVIC CLUB

The Associated Press
NAPLES Alexander
Goldstein was watching
the pairs skaters at the
Olympics Sunday with
his ears.
From his cozy studios at
ABG World LLC in North
Naples, Goldstein could
take apart every piece of
music that is played in the
"Iceberg" Skating Palace
in Sochi, Russia, over the THEASSOCIATED PRESS
next week. Composer Alexander Goldstein has edited music for 38 gold
A fair number of them medal ice skating programs.
will be his own creations.
Goldstein is something competition music for Ko- temational Skating Union.
of an Olympiad himself reans, Japanese and nearly That music must also fill
among music program- every Western country In the choreographic needs-
mers, having edited misic fact, he programmed the of the skaters' program. o
for 38 gold medal ice skat- music behind the first ice "The judges aren't mu-
ing programs, and at least dance competition to be sic experts," he explained.
as many silver medals. sanctioned by the Olym- "They're skating experts.
"I counted. There are pics Federation, back in They're straight about
104 competing, and Alex 1976. Liudmila Pakho- this. If they can't keep the
has worked with 26 of mova and Alexander Gor- rhythm, they won't allow
'them," said his wife, Ma- shkov, Russians, as was the music."
rina Berkovich. She and Goldstein, won it. There's one skill Gold-
her husband don't wait "Everything was dif- stein won't take advan-
for prime-time coverage; ferent in those days. You tage of. He is certified
they've been streaming had to work with tapes as an official coach with
Olympic ice competition it was so much harder," the U.S. Figure Skating
live over the last week. Goldsteinsaid. "Nowit's all Association. P
Goldstein-edited music done on the computer." Goldstein can't skate.
is behind Canadians and For every program he "No," he said with a
Russians, as well as the edits, Goldstein must find smile. "Never. I'll let the
U.S. team of Meryl Davis recordings played at the coaches who can get on
and CharlieWhite. exact speed set for each the ice handle that part
Goldstein has edited type of dance by the In- ofit."


Stor wate Louy Harris, Capital ment of Transportation
SProjects and Contracts when Prough Drive was SPECIALTOTHEORAN
From Page 1A Administrator at Chipola constructed.
College, at the time said Through a combination "l ictured are Club President Richard Kunde, guest speaker
so that the end result is, as those enhancements of natural systems, such Dwight Tillman, and Club member George Sweeney. Mr. Swee-
Rick Pettis, planning di- could include amenities as permanent pools and ey introduced Mr. Tilman, who is the director of Client Se-
rector for the Melvin firm like walking paths, foun- vegetative shelves, Pet- ney introduced Mr. Timan, who is the director of Client Ser-
put it, "kind of a small tains, gazebo-style seat- tis said wetland plants vices and Development with Bacen & Jordan, a law firm specializing
park." ing areas and more. can extract a good deal of in health care. He spoke to the Club about the Affordable Health Care
The size of the current heavy metals and other
Spond would increase, impurities from the wa- Act and its implementation.
Harris said, and the site ter before it leaves the
would be permitted as pools, heads back into
a wetpond, meaningit existing drainagesystems ary might approach. One of them, later identi-
Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. would have water in it and makes its wayto the Shortly after dark that fled as Smith, stayed put.
Your Local Florist and Gifts continuously, and not ChipolaRiver. evening, a vehicle pulled But the other ran away into
2911JeffersonStMar850-372-4456ianna dry to an unsightly clay Out of Florida's 1,700 From Page lA onto the property and the thewoods behind the barn.
pit when there's no rain. rivers, the Chipola is one driver parked behind one A woman, later identified
Michael's Toggery With corrections to the of 41 that the Florida De- Officers learned that the of the barns. as Carr, was discovered by
Funeral Appropriate Aire pond's retention func- partmentof Environmen- property owner, unnamed Two men got out of the the property owner and
850-482-8647 tion and related drain- tal Protection includes in the press release, had ,vehicle and went into the "was...acting as a lookout"
age system, the amount in its list of "Outstanding twice been the victim of barn where the property for the intruders, authori-
impurities making it to Florida Waters," a desig- burglaries in the previous owner was hiding. The ties allege.
There were no the river via untreated nation that affords the week. A utility trailer had men didn't take anything Authorities say they used
o r runoff is expected to waterway special protec- been taken in one of those from inside that structure a K-9 team to help track the
obituaries or drop significantly. tions under state law. previous events, officials but then they allegedly man who ran, and that the
death notices Now, stormwater com- As Dean said, follow- said. went into the other barn, dogs followed a trail until
submitted to the ing from areas near Jack- ing the WMD grant an- On Sunday, the prop- where the property owner losing his scent on a dirt
son Hospital is pouring nouncement, "This erty owner and a helper had hiddenhisvehicle. road. Officials believe he
Floridan as of the out into the middle of project will mitigate and concealed his vehicle in At this point, the prop- was picked up by a vehicle.
deadline at 4 p.m. campus, bypassing the eliminate harmful runoff one barn on the prop- erty owner and his friend In the press release,
existing holding pond into the pristine waterway erty, theni hid themselves confronted the uninvited Shiver was identified as a
yester ay, that was designed by of the Chipola River- a in another in hopes of guests and tried to hold person being sought in the
the Florida Depart- great natural resource." catching any thieves who them both at gunpoint. case.

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Over 3 days, volunteers pack 2 million meals
The Associated Press and grandmother smiling widely
throughout.
NOVI, Mich. They came from all "My mother has been calling out num-
walks of life Girl Scouts troops, Na- bers," said Jenna, who lives in Garden
tional Guard units, financial planning City. She's really loud."
offices, Zumba classes to spend three Packing stations such as Jenna's cheered
days packing food for thousands of hun- o when they reached a certain number of
gry children they'll never meet. meals. The hooting and hollering could
The 2 Million Meals effort, the brain- be heard, barely, over thenonstop barrage
child of a Detroit-area pastor, concluded of music an eclectic mix of Christian
Sunday. rock, Motown, modern pop and more.
The results: 8,810 volunteers put to- Occasionally, organizers gave the vol-
gether 2,029,536 meals to be shipped to unteers a much-needed break. On Sun-
El Salvador, Haiti and the Philippines. day, the volunteers dropped their tape,
The mixtures of rice, soy; dehydrated veg- scissors, labels and ladles and broke into
etables and 21 vitamins and minerals will the "Cupid Shuffle" dance en masse.
provide one meal a day for a year to 5,560 Gabe Solak, a 12-year-old from Ypsilan-
children. ti, said he was drawn by the chance to do
"The truth is, this has been an amaz- something for someone else.
ing experience because of the impact "I heard about all these kids who were
it's going to cause in the lives of every starving and are hungry, and I want-
child and every person who's going to ed to help them," he said. "I'm very
eat these meals," Brad Powell, who heads compassionate."
up NorthRidge Church, said shortly after THEASSOCATED PRESS Sgt. Stacy Price, 43, worked alongside a
the 2 millionth meal was packed Sunday From left, Judy Deckert, Luisa Solak and Jan Bartee, all members of NorthRidge Church, pack handful of his fellow soldiers from a near-
afternoon. "But I think you can see from whole grain rice, as volunteers pack food for the malnourishedduring the 2 Million Meals event, by Army National Guard unit, which saw
the energy in this room and all that's go- in Novi, Mich. 2 Million Meals as both a chance to give
ing on it's going to change more than just back as well as a valuable team-building
the lives of those who will eat this food." of two-hour shifts from Friday to Sun- meals themselves, raising $440,000 most- exercise.
Powell led an effort three years ago in day, cheered and danced as Gary Glitter's ly through Christmas offerings at the Price, though, said it was simply an
which 5,000 volunteers packed 1 mil- sports-arena anthem "Rock & Roll, Part church, which is one of the largest in the enjoyable experience.
lion meals over the same time period 2" filled the Suburban Collection Show- U.S. The nondenominational Christian "I got to meet some amazing people
at an area middle school. Convinced place, a convention centerin Novi, which church, which has its main campus in here. Hopefully, I've met some more
more could and should be done, Powell donated 65,000 square feet of space. Plymouth Township as well as two sat- friends," said the fatigues-clad Price,
dreamed of doubling that effort. Also on board was Feed My Starving elite locations elsewhere in Michigan, who posed for more than a few pictures
That vision became a reality on Sun- Children, a Coon Rapids, Minn., non- draws an average of 9,600 worshippers with other volunteers. "The experience
day, when the magic completed num- profit that sends volunteer-packed meals each weekend. was great. The people were very upbeat.
ber was displayed on an oversized video across the globe. Jenna. Stewart, 10, helped pack meals Everyone was smiling and having a good
display. Volunteers, who worked 11 sets NorthRidge members paid for the Friday alongside her sister, mother time."



Older Americans are early winners under health law
is "an answer to a prayer dipped into his savings to necessary treatments due patients signing up is no
really," said Laura Ingle, a cover the bill. to costs and expect a to- surprise to the Obama ad-
57-year-old Houston attor- In December, he chose a tal and quick workup on ministration, which con-
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cause she has sarcoidosis, costs him $285 a month to specialists and tests in- "sick, active and worried"
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