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Hurst selected as next Chipola College president
Special totheFloridan have learned how much ployeesand great friends." Prior to Chipola, Hurst Chipola means to this Prough, a 1968 graduate served as vice president The Chipola College Dis- community. I look forward of Chipola# became the for Workforce Education trict Board of Trustees on to Working with the Board, college's ninth president in and Academic Support at Thursday selected Dr. Ja- Chipola's dedicated faculty October of2001 Pensacola State College son Hurst as Chipola's next and staff, and the commu- An Internal Search Comn- from July of 2010 to Nopresident. nity; to build on the strong mittee recommended vember 2011. He served
Dr. Hurst, who now traditions of excellence Hurst to the full board af- Central, Alabama C6mmuserves as Executive Vice that have been established ter reviewing applicants nity College as the director President, will take over here." from within the college. Dr. of workforce development
as President April 1, 2014. Outgoing President Dr. Bryan Craven, Chipola's and director of the TallaOutgoing president Dr. Gene Prough said, "It's a public relations director, dega Center. Prior to that Gene Prough will retire on happy and a sad time for was the only other internal he served as the Assistant March 31. me. Chipola has been an candidate. Dean of Workforce DevelUpon the announce- important part of my life Dr HurstcametoChipola opment at Gadsden State ment, Dr. Hurst said, "I feel since I first came here as a in November 2011 asVice- Community College. so honored and blessed student in 1967; I appreci- President of Baccalaureate Hurst earned a docto have the opportunity ate the community sup- and Workforce Develop- torate from Mississipi SUBMITTEDPHOTO
to serve as the next presi- port that I have enjoyeI ment and was promoted State University in 2008, a In this photo provide by Chipola College, Dr. Jason Hurst, dent of Chipola College. over the years. I've been to Executive Vice President (right) and his wife Alsa pose for a photo On Thursday, the
In my two years here, I blessed with great em- in 2013. See HURST.Page7A Chipola board of trustees named Dr. Hurst the next president
Of the school.
3 former Cottondale High School ore.. Management
athletes injured in car crash Severe weather
From staff reports On Saturday afternoon,
a small window of time is
On Thursday, the Jack- predicted during which
son County Emergency strong to severe storms
7 -Managementofficeissued could occur, especially an alert about the pos- closer to the coast. Strong. sibility of severe weather winds and isolated torthis weekend, Saturday nadoes are the likely specifically. impacts, according to
The primary concern, JCEM.
JCEM says, is heavy rain- The agency will continfall from storms across ue to monitor the situaNorth Florida and into tion and provide updates Southern Georgia. as they become available.
Rainfall amounts of two The public is advised to
to three inches are expect- stay tuned to local meed to be common, with dia outlets and weather PHOTOS BY MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN FILE isolated heavier amounts radios for further updates Sheldon Vann, (from left) Elijawaun "Ell" Jackson, and Jacquez Walker, former Cottondale football players, were up to 5 inches pos- and warning as. they perinvolved in a car crash on Interstate 10 on Wednesday, Dec.11. ,sible; lesser amounts in tain to evolving weather
Southeast Alabama. events.
Group was traveling home for the holidays
From staff reports evening near Hosford Highway, a westerly direction onto the grass just east of Quincy. shoulder/ditch area of the interThree Cottondale High School FHP's incident report indicates state. The steering of the Toyota graduates were critically injured in that Vann was driving a 1998 was overcorrected to the left and Gadsden County on Wednesday. Toyota 4Runner, traveling west in the vehicle entered the grass meThey were involved in a car crash the inside westbound lane of 1-10 dian while rotating in a counterwhile traveling on Interstate 10. while a 2006 Jeep Liberty, driven clockwise direction.' The young men Sheldon by Melvin Gene Skipper, 44, of The Toyota continued in a
Vann, 18, Elijawaun "Eli" Jackson, Chipley was.traveling'west in the southwesterly direction out of the 19, and Jacquez Walker, 18 -were outside westbound lane, at a speed median and began to overturn headed home to Jackson Chunty less than the Toyota: as it entered the eastbound lanes
for the holidays when the inci- For reasons unknown at the time of travel. The driver and two pasdent occurred, they were driving of the report, FHP says Vann at- sengers were ejected out ofthe veback from Webber International tempted to change lanes from the hide, which came to final rest, upUniversity, where they now attend inside to the outside lane. The Toy- right on the eastbound emergency college. ota's right rear collided with the lane, facing east.
According to the Florida High- Jeep's left side. The three occupants of the
way Patrol, the crash took place Skipper's Jeep then traveled off SUBMITTEDPHOTO
around 5:45 p.m. EST Wednesday of the roadway and continued in See CRASH, Page 7A Graphic provided by the National Weather Service, shows
areas of heavy rainfall and strong storms expected to affect the Panhandle area on Saturday.
Butler sentenced to 28 years for Port St. Joe killing
Special to the Floridan Butier, 61, was convicted bullet wound to'his head, just shot a (racial slur)." Gant, who was black, had "racist beliefs," but had Nov. 21 of second-degree Gant was able to walk, with Butler claimed at trial gone to Butler's house to intended to win him over A Gulf County man will murder with assistance, to an ambu- that he shot Gant in confront him about racial with kindness.
spend nearly three de- a firearm for lance. He died later, how- self-defense. epithets Butler had used Sombathy asked for the
cades behind bars for kill- the death of ever, from brain swelling Assistant State Attorney around a black child ear- maximum sentence for
ing Everett Andreas Gant. Gant, 32. caused by the .22 caliber Bob Sombathy, however, lierin the day. Butler of life in prison.
Circuit Judge John Fishel Gant was bullet fired by Butler. produced witnesses who Sombathy argued that The judge ordered that
II sentenced Walton Henry alive and While police and para- said Butler shot Gant the Butler, who is white, had Butler serve the 28 years
Butler to 28 years in prison sitting in a medicswereassistingGant, moment the door was his gtu ready when Gant as a minimum mandaThursday for shooting Butler chair otit- Butler was inside his house opened and that no words, arrived and shot him on tory, meaning he will not
Gant to death in Port St. side Butler's finishing his dinner. When threats or warnings were the doorstep "like a dog." be eligible for gain time
Joe, accorsing to the State home when police arrived, arrested Butler asked exchanged between the Sombathy told Fishel through the Department Attorney's Office. Though bleeding from a what the problem was,. "I two men. that Gant knew of Butler's of Corrections.
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F L O R ID A N FRIDAY, DEC.13 SATURDAY DEC.14 limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.
D Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at the Jackson p Women of the Moose Chapter 1286 Fall n Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting- 8 p.m. in the
Publisher Valeria Roberts County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and' Bazaar 8 a.m. to,1 p.m. in Moose Lodge (old board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
email@example.com experienced hand crafters welcome to create,share,-. Tony's Restaurant) parking lot in Marianna. Bring .5429 College Drive, Graceville.
learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. your handmade goods and join the cause. $5 if you Circulation Manager Dena Oberski City of Marianna selling Brunswick stew for bring your table. $10 if Moose furnishes table. Call MONDAY, DEC. 16
firstname.lastname@example.org Toys for Tots-11a.m.to 1 p.m. in the parking lot 526-1026 after 4 pm. )) Marianna Middle School Student Art Show-8
CONTACT US between City Hall'and the Police Station. $4 for 16 ))Second annual Christmas Festival by the a.m. to 2:4 p m. at Marianna Middle School.
CONTACTUS oz. cup with crackers. Will make local deliveriesfor *Lake-8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Sneads. Proceeds go to
Telephone: 850-526-3614 an order of fiveor more plates. To place orders call Sneads High School Project Graduation. Senior Fel owshi Ass iti meti -Noon
71-00 r 8-45.in the Youth Center of First United Methodist FAX: 850-482-4478 718-1001r 4824353. Alford Community Health Clinic Hours -10 Church. The Songsters, a 25 voice chors, will
Email: email@example.com n Which eReader is Right for You?-3 p.m. and a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in present the program. Please bring extra food as the
~Street Add5:30 p.m. at the Jackson County Public Library, Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients singers will be fed. First Commerce Credit Union
StreetAddress: Marianna. We have added a second class! This without medical insurance treats short-term will be spotlighted asbusiness of the month and will
4403 Constitution Lane informative class on eReaders will help you learn illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments fmrnish door prizes. All seniors are welcome.
Marianna, FL 32448 the differences between Nooks, Kindles and available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins
Office Hours: tablets. Find the right fit for you!. Call Ann, welcome. Sign in before noon. )) Employability Workshop-2 p.m. Marianna ne
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 482-9631. N Christmas Festival-2 p.m. 4 p.m. in Cotton- Stcoach will be Cnter. Certified motivational Media in yourreer
coach will be teaching "Using Social Media in your
a Christmas Parade and Festival-4 p.m. in dale on Front Street. Free event. Job Search." Open to public and free of charge.
MISS YOUR PAPER? Grand Ridge. Line-up at 3 p.m. A festival will im- a Christmas Parade-4 p.m. In Sneads. a Ninth Annual Ornament Day-4 p.m. to7:30
mediate follow with pony and train rides, games,
You should receive your newspaper no later prizes, visit from Santa and hot dog and chili. Free N Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30 p.m. Jackson County Public Library, 5314 Brown St. than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- to public to 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Method- in Graceville. Stop by anytime during the appointed
than 6a.m.f it does not arrive, call Circula- to public. ist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. time. All parents and children are invited. For more tion between 6 a.m.and noon, Tuesday to a Fish Dinner-4 p.m.-7p.m. Bascom Town Hall, Th Rrs State Park 10th Annual Cm- info call 482-9631.
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The Bascom. $8 per plate. Raffle for a queen size quilt munity Christmas Light Show-6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) $1 each or 6 for $5. Call 569-1128. Three Rivers State Park in Sneads. Will be accept- 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
is published Tuesday through Friday and Marianna's Gathering Plaie Foundation Din- ing pet food and other items for pets. Donations 3975 U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid ner/Dance 5:30 p.m. at Jim's Buffet & Grill, La- accepted for future light shows. All families, groups, are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects at Marianna, FL. fayette StreetMarianna. Live music, prizes. Public organizations, churches and business interested in lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
at Marianna, FL. welcome. Donations accepted non- profit organiza- setting up a display contact part for further infor- D Capt. Luke Lott's Calhoun Guard, Camp 2212
tion which will benefit Mark Skinner, photographer mation 482-9006. Free admission. Sons of Confederate Veterans meeting-6 p.m.,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES of Jackson County Floridan, who is battling cancer. Altha community CenterAnyone who is interested
I all 26-461. 1 6Altha community Center.'Anyone who is interested
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 CallSUNDAY, DEC.15 in Southern and Confederate heritage, men, women
ff Three Rivers State Park 10th Annual Com- SnSohen ad conderaeh rage m o
for three months; $62b5 for six months;Christmas Light Show-6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Children's pictures taken with Santa and the ndchildren, are welcome and encouraged to
and $123A5 for one year. All prices include Three Rivers State Park in Sneads. Will be accept- Grinch-1 p.m. to 5 p.m. azfthe Chamber of Comn- attend. applicablestate and local taxes. Mail ing pet food and other items for pets Donations merce. Free event. a Alford Community Organization Meeting 6
pm. pet food Alfor otmmher itemer for memtesr
subscrilitions must be paid in advance. Mail accepted for future light shows. All families, groups, )) Capital Chordsinei'i Barbershop Harmony p.m. in the Alford Community Center. New members subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; organizations, churches and business interested in Chorus Concert-4 p.m. at St Luke's Episcopal from Alford srro4nding communities invited to $92.24 for si' setting up a display contact part for further infor- church indowntown Marianna. Quartets will step join. Call 579-4482638-4900 o 579-5173.
$92.24 forsix months and $184.47for one mation 482-9006. Free admission. out of the chorus: These quartets include women in a Alcoholics Anonymous Opeh Meeting- 8-9
yea Chess Club -6 p.m. to 8 p.m. First United "Revised Edition'". A"Meet the Artist" reception will p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Methodist Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. follow the concert. The whole community isinvited. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. Marianna. ADVERTISING Sponsored by Marianna Optimist Club for students Donations are accepted for the Fine Arts Series:
The advertiser agrees that the publisher for students 8 -18 years of age in Jackson County Contact person Lois Jones 482-7671.' "TUESDAY, DEC. 17
All students and their parents are welcome. Players a Three Rivers State Park 10th Annual Comn- St. Anne Thrift Store Sale- 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. shall notbe liable ordaages arising of all skill levels including beginners are welcome. munity Christmas Light Show-6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. All, out oferrors and advertisements beyond Call 693-0473. Three Rivers State Park in Sneads. Will be accept- clothing buy one and get second item of equal or
the amount paid for the space actually a Celebrate Recovery -7 p.m. at Evangel Worship ing pet food and other items for pets. Donations. less value for half price. Half price on all toys and occupiedby that portion of the advertise- Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult, accepted for future light shows. All famines, groups, Christmas Decorations. Call 482-3734. ments in which the error occurred, whether teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and organizations, churches and business interested in a Sewing Circle 1p.m.at Jackson County Senior such error is due to the negligence of the hang-Ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call setting up a displaycontact part for further infor- Ct iens C29310 optimist Drive in MariannaoCall publisher's employees or otherwise, and 20-865313. ain 8-06 reamsin 482-5028.
there shall be no liabilityfor non-inser- n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8 Alcholics Anonymous Closed Discussion Employability Worksho-2 p. Marianna One to9 p.m. in.the AA room of First United Methodist :30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist oa r m iana e
tion of any advertisement beyond the Church. 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Church,2901 Caledornia St. in Marianna Attendance Stop Career Center. C eti national career coach will be teaching "Creating a Cover Letter:'
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newspaper will not knowingly accept or The submission deadline for this c6lendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan P. O. Box 520, Marianna. FL32447, publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- email firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
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HOWTO GETYOUR Marianna Police Department report: Two accidents with no injuries, one service, one welfare check, four transports,
NEWSTO PUBLE D Ystolen vehicle reported, two abandoned one Baker Act/transport and one violation
NEWS PlBLISHED The Marianna Police Department listed vehicles reported, four of injunction.
TheJackh the following incidents for Dec. 11, the.vehicles reported, one sus- Jackson County
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Submit your news or Community Calendar injury reported, one suspicious vehicle re- complaints, one informa- The following persons were booked into
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two criminal mischief, two civil dispute Sneads, violation of injunction for probaGETTING IT RIGHT Jackso County Sheriffs Office complaints, two trespass complaints, two tion, hold for Walton County.
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CAPITOL C ORDSMEN IN CONCERT SUNDAY
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smenU n Sunday, Dec. 15, at 4 p.m. the
ith orcis ien I Capital Chordsinen and thdir Barahassee Florida bershop Quartets of Tallahassee will
A CX present their Holiday Harmony Concert at St.
Luke's Episcopal Church, 4362 Lafayette St.,
CONCE RT in downtown Marianna. Several quartets will
step out of the chorus and perform.These quartets will include women in "Revised Edition.
A "Meet the Artist Reception" willfollow the concert. St. Luke's welcome the community to attend the concerts. Donations will be accepted for the Fine Arts Series.
The Capital Chordsmen of Tallahassee Holiday Harmony Concert is set for Dec. 15, at 4 p.m. at St. Luke Episcopal Church.
Creel named 2013 Em loyee of Year HARPISTTO PERFORM AT JAN. 16 ARTIST SERIES
Special to the Floridan
Darrell Creel, an employee at the cooperative's
Graceville district office,
was named West Florida
Electric Cooperative Employee of the Year in early
Supervisorwas chosen to
receive this award by his
co-workers because he
best exemplifies the following traits: personality,
punctuality, safety habits,
team work, flexibility and'
on the job. As GIS Supervisor, Creel is responsible
for making sure the coop's maps are updated as
new power lines are built. SUBMITTED PHOTO
He began his career he Chipola Artist Series presents
at the cooperative as a h harpist Anna Maria Mendieta (above)
summer employee in.1995 .. .
helping move materials Jan. 16 at 7 p.m. in the Center for
and tools into the ware- SUBMITTEDPHOTOS
house. He was hired as Employee of Year: (left-right) Ty Peel, Vice President, Engineering & Operatlons presented the Arts. Leading the audience through the a full-time employee in Darrell Creel with the 2013 West Florida Electric Coopefatlve Employee of the Year award. right turns, dips and smoky cafes of Argen2000. Sneads district, Judy Acuff tina, harpist Anna
He and his wife, Crystal, from the Graceville district Maria Mendieta's
have been married since and Gil Perea from the 2005 and have two sons, Bonifay district were each Tango del Cielo7
Gage and Gavin. In his honored with Outstanding (Tango from Heav-spare time, Creel enjoys Service Awards. en) is a fresh innospending time with his These employees were wife and sons and watch- chosen to receive these vative'presentation
ing FSU football. awards because they best of the passionate
"I'm honored to have exemplify the follow- and sensuous.music
been selected by my fel- ing traits: personality, and sensuous music :
low co-workers to receive punctuality, safety habits, of the Tango and .
this award. West'Florida team work, flexibility and Spanish Flamenco.
is a great place to work performance on the job.
because of the wonderful Wesley Duboise was also Complete with Latin
people I get to work with recognized as the WFEC 2013 Service Awards: (left-right) Wesley Duboise, 2013 WFEC instruments and every day," said Creel. Contract Employee of the Contract Employee of the Year, Bradley Flowers, Judy Acuff Flamenco'dancers, Bradley Flowers from the Year. and Gil Perea, Outstanding Service Award recipients. the theatrical music
and dance program latson
Women of the Moose to hold Christmas Bazaar is a must see. WLJEWELERS
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Special to the FIoridan be $5 if you furnish your families during the holiday Chipola Ministries, donate able atwww~chipola, watsoniewelers.com On Saturday, Dec. 14, table and $8 if WOTM pro- by providing food baskets school supplies to local' edu. Downtown Marianna
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., vides it. The bazaar is open and gifts for children and schools, and in the event '850.482.4037 the Marianna Women of to the public and anyone elderly. They also support of disasters such as house the Moose Chapter 1286 'can come out and bring Moose Heart, the Moose fires. They also assist the "
will hold a Christmas your homemade goods to orphanage, in Illinois, as Loyal Order of Moose with Bazaar in the parking lot sell. well as, Moose Haven, the their community seiyice
of the' Moose Lodge (old lThe Women of the Moose moose nursing home, in projects. Tony's Restaurant), 4133 supports several charm- Orange Park. 'Come out, do your holiU.S. 90, in Marianna. The ties throughout the year Throughout the *year day shopping and support charge for the booths will as well as supports needy they make donations to a worthy cause.
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Memories of a pastor in Buenos Aires
BUENOS AIRES major papal statement an streets, rather than a church a Church of the Brethren
Tt's hard to-wrestle with the "apostolic exhortation" called which is unhealthy from being pastor who worked closely
crucial moral and cultural Evangelii Gaudium ("The Joy confined and from clinging to its with Bergoglio on projects for
issues in modern Argentina of the Gospel") focuses on own security." the Argentine Bible Society
without getting Catholic and pastoral issues facing priests, While repeatedly defending While the future pope led
Protestant leaders into the same bishops and laypeople. While Catholic doctrines, Pope an institution with great
room. the document addresses Francis also pleads for Catholics prestige due to centuries of
During one tense gathering, '7 rry altingi hot topics such as abortion, including at the Vatican ties with the political and
some Catholic speakers kept On Religion economic justice and the role and in the papacy- to seek cultural establishment, he was
referring to decades of rapid of women, the vast majority of innovations in structure, increasingly candid about his
growth by "evangelical cults" in its 217 pages focus on missions, communications and pastoral church's struggles in an age of
Latin America. The assumption of church life in Argentina," evangelization, preaching and care in the name of effective globalization, moral relativism
seemed to be that evangelical said N estor, speaking through pastoral care. missions and evangelization, and mass media.
Protestants were all the same, a translator at a conference The pope tweaks "sourpusses" Catholic leaders must not be "He worries about a kind of
with no real differences this week on "Journalism and in the church who resemble content to address the people fake Christianity that in the
between, for example, the' Religion in Latin America." "Christians whose lives seem still in their pews, but dare past became a way of life for
freewheeling "prosperity "It is clear that he took this like Lent without Easter." A true to reach out to marginalized many," said Dellutri, through
Gospel" preachers and ordinary seriously because I can still evangelizer, he adds, "must Catholics and to all who are a translator. "But if people are
Protestant flocks. recognize some of the language never look like someone who open to conversion. worried that Francis wants to
This went on and on and from that little three-page has just come back from a Otherwise, the church ca turn the Catholic Church into
evangelical leaders started paper in his remarks about funeral!" In one passage, Pope become "a museum.piece some other church, this is not
feeling attacked, said the Rev. evangelicals and other churches, Francis describes the "biggest or something which is the going to happen.... This pope
Nestor Miguez, president of: even now as Pope Francis," threat of all" in church life, property of a select few.... This remains close to the doctrines
the Federation of Evangelical said Nestor, of the Evangelical which is a "tomb psychology" way of thinking also feeds the of his church. Divorce is a sin Churches of Argentina. Methodist Church. "This is that slowly "transforms vainglory of those who are to this pope. Abortion is a sin
Then, during a break, a crucial. This is a man who truly Christians into mummies in a content to have a modicum of to this pope. But he wants to
crucial player pulled him aside. listens. He is not pretending to museum." power and would rather be the express mercy to sinners and, if
Expressing sympathy Cardinal listen: He is litening. ... This is at The pope adds: "Here I repeat general of a defeated army than possible, to bring them into the
Jorge Mario Bergoglio asked for the heart of who he is as a man." ... what I have often said to a mere private in a unit which church.
a short paper describing how According to several the priests and laity of Buenos continues to fight." "You cannot say this too much:
different evangelical groups conference speakers who knew Aires: I prefer a church which The "museum" references This man is a pastor. He wants
"understand themselves and Bergoglio in Buenos Aires, it is bruised, hurting and dirty may be linked to Latin America, the church to be known more for
how they see themselves as part isn't surprising that his first becauseit has been out on the' said the Rev. SalvadoX Dellutri, its actions than for its words."
NEW HOPE CAROLS. FOR MARIANNA HEALTH AND REHAB
G lenda Henderson to is her first solo album. She is the
Celebrate Release of new wife of the Rev. Riley Henderson,
Gospel album, "Lord I'm pastor of the St. Luke Missionary
Available" Henderson's Gospel Baptist Church. Mrs. Henderson
CD release concert is Sunday at 3 is available for interviews. Please
p.m. The event will be held at St. contact theRev. Riley Henderson
Luke Missionary Baptist Church at 557-0478 to set up a time that
in Marianna. is convenient and for further
Her album has been highly information.
anticipated. The album was avail- RIGHT Members of New Hope
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ASSEMBLY OF GOD Circle Hill Baptist Church Friendship Baptist Church of Malone New Hoskle Baptist Church Trinity Baptist Church
7170 Circle Hill Rd 5507 Friendship Church Rd 4252 Allan St 3023 Penn. Ave
Aiford First Assembly of God Sneads, FL 32460 592-2327 Malone, FL 32445 569-2379 Greenwood,.-FL 32443 594-7243 Marianna, FL 482-3705
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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com RE][LI ON FRIDAY DECEMBER 13,2013 5AFPope Francis selce as
Time's Person of the Year
The Associated Press with touchy topics, like abortion, had, but it nevertheless said the gays and contraception., choice was a "positive" recognition
NEWYORK- Time magazine se- He has denounced the world's of spiritual values in the internalected Pope Francis as its Person "idolatry of money" and the "global tional media' .. of the Year on Wednesday, saying scandal" that nearly 1 billion people "The Holy. Father is not looking to the Catholic Church's new leader today go. hungry, and has charmed become famous, or to receive honhas changed the perception of the the masses with his simple style and ors," said the Vatican spokesman, 2,000-year-old institution in an ex- wry sense of humor. the Rev. Federico Lombardi. "But if
traordinary way in a short time. His appearances draw tens of the choice -f Person of Year helps The pope beat out NSA leaker Ed- thousands of people and his @Pon- spread the Inessage of. the Gospelward Snowden for the distinction, tifexTWitter account recently topped a message of God's-love for everyone which the newsmagazine has been 10 million followers. he will certainly be happy about
giving each year since 1927. "He really stood out to us as some- that."
The former Argentine Cardinal one who has changed the tone and It was the third time a Catholic
Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected the perception and the focus of one pope had been Time's selection. in March as the first pope from of the world's largest institutions in. John Paul II was selected in 1994 and Latin. America and the first Jesuit. an extraordinary way," said Nancy John XXIII was chosen in 1962. Since taking over at the Vatican, he. Gibbs, the magazine's managing In Argentina on Wednesday, Padre has urged the Catholic Church not editor. Toto, one of the many "slum priests" THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
to be obsessed with "small-minded The Vatican said the honorwasn't the pope supported for years as Pope Francis, Time magazine's 2013 Person of the Year, is seen rules" and to emphasize compas- surprising given the resonance in archbishop of Buenos Aires; praised an undated photo of the magazine cover provided by Time, sion over condemnation in dealing the general public that Francis has Time magazine's selection. Wednesday.
FRIDAY, DEC. 13 ) Pulse 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Cottondale Rd., Marianna. For Ba~swood Road. Free classes praise dancers and instrumen- games, listen to music, more.
)FreeClothinggiveaway 9 at Cypress Grove Assembly of more information call 693- taught by Jaccuelyn McGriff. talist to participate. For more Acivities are free; low-cost am. to nodn at MotherAgnes God Church in Grand Ridge. 6453. Gall 276-6024. information cal 718-6863 or snacks for sale. Transportation
Closet, 28.6Orange St. in Youth outreachprogram open 209-1931. available (limited area)-, call
Marianna. to all teens in grades 6-12; SUNDAY DEC. 1 THURSDAY 381-2549.
shoot pool, play Xbox and other DEC. 19 eebrate Recovery t
Youth Activity Night -6 games listen to music, more. )) Finding True Christmas- ))Free clothing giveaway Adult, teen meetings tan p.m. at Marianna Church.of Activities are free; low7cost 10 a.m.The Sanctuary, 4070 a.m.to noon at Mother Agnes' vrg- Les SATURDAY21 God. Ages: 12-19. Call 482- snacks for sale. Transportation Old CottondaleRd., Marianna. Closet, 2856 Orange St. in hang-ups in safe environ- Free clothing giveaway 6264. available (limited area); call .For more, information call 693- Marianna. ment,"7 p.m. at Evangel 9 a.m. to noon at Mother
) Celebrate Recovery 381-2549. 6453. l. Centerwith praise and Agnes' Closet,,2856 Orange St.
Adtultteen meetings to ) Christmas musical-6 p.m. FRIDAY, DEC..20 live worship music testimonies in Marianna.
tn mand fellowship.Dinner at 6 p.m. overcome hurts, habits and SATURDAY, DEC. 14 Cottondale First.Baptist Church *. Youth Actity Night 6 Child care available. Call 209hang-ups in a safe environ- in the Youth and Family Miistry .m at Marianna Church of 7856,573-1131. TUESDAY, 24
)) Free clothig giveaway-9pm.aMainaCucof 75,3
ment'7 vp.m. at Evandel.Wor- am. ong gi votheaw Center.s' God. Ages: 12-19. Call 482- [ Pulse 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. )) Dare to Live Healed Healworship music, testimonies and Closet, 2856 Orange St. in 6264. .' at Cypress Grove Assembly of ing School Class 7 p.m. in
fellowship. Dinner: 6 p.m C eild Marianna ng- TUESDAY, DEC. 17 )) Christmas Extravaganza- God Church in Grand Ridge. the Bascom Town Hall at 4969
care available. Call 209-7856, ) Finding True Chrlstmas-6 ))Dare to Live Healed Heal- 6:30 p.m. Victory Tabernacle Youth outreach program open Basswood Road. Free classes 573-1131. p.m. The Sanctuary, 4070 Old ing School Class 7 p.m. in church of God in Christ, Grand to all teens in grades 6-12; taught by Jacquelyn McGriff.
the Bascom Town Hall at 4969 Ridge is call on choirs, soloist, shoot pool, play Xbox and other 'Call 276-6024.
Macedonia's Orthodox Church lifts Facebookban
The Associated Press says it will instead impose.social dignitaries who don't use the In- versations'with young people." clergy would be allowed to uge networking restrictions. ternet and the younger clergy. On Thursday, Bishop Clem- Facebook. He did not offer furSKOPIE, Macedonia Mace-. Church officials at the time ent, secretary of the Holy Syn- ther details.
donia's Orthodox Church has The decision to prohibit use had said the ban was intended od, which governs Macedonias About two-thirds of Macedobac}tracked from an initial ban of the site in October sparked to prevent "fiew phenomena of Church, said officials would nia's 2 million people are Orthoon its clergy using Facebook, but tensions between older Church confessions and intimate con- "clarify" how members of the dox Christians.
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Marianna Church of the Nazarene Ascension Lutheran Church P.O. Box 458 Marianna, FL 32448 526-2730 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-4166
2987 N Madison St 3975 W. Hwy 90 Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4426
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Universal adding 8 new restaurants to CityWalk
The Associated Press explore both sections. opened. Other original biggest competitor in the Designers plan a restau- concept restaurants in- Orlando theme park corORLANDO, Fla. Uni- rant inside the new Harry clude Antojitos Authentic ridor, but Woodbury said ... versal Studios theme park Potter-themed area called Mexican Food, The Bread the CityWalk additions are executives offered a few the Leaky Cauldron. The Box, Pranzo Italian Kitch- unrelated to the overhaul details Thursday on the restaurant interior will be en and the Hot Dog Hall of at Disney. "It's a constant nfew Harry Potter-themed based on scenes from the Fame. The hot dog restau- evolution," saidWoodbury. area, which is scheduled movie "Harry Potter and rant will serve dogs from "That's the only way to stay to open at the Orlando the Prisoner of Azkaban." various ballparks from on top of our game." park next year along with Executives said more Har- around the U.S., and will An unusual addition to an 1,800-room resort and ry Potter details will be re- have baseball memorabilia CityWalk will be The Coweight new restaurants in leased in early 2014. scattered around. Fish, a restaurant that
the CityWalk dining and The massive new Cabana Cold Stone Creamery ice serves burgers and sushi entertainment area. Bay Beach Resort, under cream and Menchies fro- in a pop culture-themed
The new Potter attrae- construction now, will be zen yogurt will also be add- environment. Its owntions will be based on the themed after a 1960s ho- ed, and Starbucks will also ers joked with the media books' fictional scenes in tel, with authentic-looking move from a second-floor about serving a fusion Diagon Alley and London, mid-century modern fur- location to a ground-floor, concept called "burgushi." and will be located in the nishings and decor. 130-seat coffee house. Woodbury .said he ate at Universal Studios section "It's going to be like driv- Visitors to Universal must one of the restaurant's two of the theme park. The ex- ing into 1960," said Mark walk through CityWalk, North Carolina locations isting Wizarding World of Woodbury, Universal Cre- past its stores and eateries, and was so impressed with Harry Potter area is locat- ative's president. to reach the theme park the funky concept that he ed in the other part of the Half of the 1,800 rooms, rides. CityWalk opened invited the owners to open park, Universal Islands of will be suites that sleep up in 1999, and its evolution avenue in Orlando. Adventure. to six people. The resort comes as Disney World re- The 'Latin Quarter and
Visitors will be able to will also feature a bowl- vamps Downtown Disney Pasta Amore restaurants THEASSOCIATED PRESS take a new black and red ing alley, restaurants and into an expanded dining are closing to make way for This artist rendering provided by NBC Universal shows the train, the' Hogwarts Ex- two pool areas with water and entertainment area the new offerings. new Harry Potter-themed area of the Universal theme park press, between the two park-like amenities. named Disney Springs, in Orlando, Fla., planned for 2014, which was inspired partly areas, which will presum- The first of CityWalk's with completion expected by the fictional Diagon Alley from the Harry Potter books and ably entice visitors to buy a new eateries, Red Oven in 2016. movies. two-park pass so they can Pizza Bakery, has already Disney is Universal's
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d died hadcontracted at his pasture in Punta man's open car window Petersburg hospital, where fatally shoot man bacterial meningitis, Gorda, about 100 miles and grazed him, causing a he died.
ST. AUGUSTINE- A health officials confirmed south of Tampa. superficial wound. Police say the other
north Florida sheriff's Thursday. Tie horse's owner told The bullet then hit the residents of the house told J FLORIDANCOM
deputy fatally shot an Pasco County Health deputies mane hair can be passenger side window, them Ward and Avis were armed man during a dis- Department spokeswom- sold for as much as $250 passing near his grand- not fighting when the shot BEFORE turbance at a home in St. an Deanna Krautner said to $300 a pound. The hair daughter's head. She was was fired. Augustine. tests confirmed Arnonti is used for making jewelry, not injured. THE
Several St. Johns County Saunders had the infec- artist brushes and strings Investigators believe the Jury finds man guilty
Sheriff's deputies arrived tion in his system. for instruments. bullet traveled a consider-' of mansla'her BOTTOM
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from inside called 911. have received antibiotics between Dec. 1 and Dec. found a suspect. old Lakeland man faces U
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Sheriff's Commander Meningitis is an inflam- Stoppers at 800-780-TIPS. manslaughter charges Clarence Montgomery AT
Chuck Mulligan says mation of the membranes after police say she ac- guilty of manslaughter in
multiple deputies were at surrounding the brain and Grandfather graze by cidentally shot and killed the death of Louis Matos the scene and they haven't spinal cord. Symptoms bullet while dr/g her boyfriend with a gun Jr. just before Christmas determined how many include nausea, vomit- that was treated like a last year: .
fired or how many rounds ing, headache, stiff neck, WESLEY CHAPEL plaything. He was charged with
were shot. No deputies rashes and confusion. Deputies say a Florida St. Petersburg police say second-degree murder. A Paid on Site were injured. It is unknown how the man was grazed by a 23-year-old Michael Ward sentencing hearing was
Stevens had three boy contracted the illness, bullet while driving was shot in the chest by set for Jan. 23. 4432 Lafayette Street
outstanding warrants for with his 13-year-old Many Avis on Wednes- 526-5488
grand theft auto, felony 'granddaughter. day evening at the home From wire reports www.smlthandsmlthonllne.com
battery and tampering Deputies search for, The Pasco County 'they shared with another
with a witness. horse mane thief Sheriffs Office reports the couple.
No further details were 62-year-old grandfather Police spokesman Mike !
immediately available. PUNTA GORDA- Dep- was driving in Wesley Puetz says Ward recently 44cAr uties in Florida say a thief Chapel Wednesday when purchased the firearm.
made off with a decidedly he felt something graze Avis apparently believed Health officials: Boy, unusual catch: A horse's his forehead above his left the gun was not loaded 102SR Sub-Compact 4, died of meningitis mane. eye. when she picked it up, Utility Tractor
A ma rp re so e .25 hpI 4, d of egt Anman reported some- A preliminary investi- pointed it at Ward's chest Hydrostatic transmission (HST)
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faulty valve. The system the pump replacement. scheduled for Wednesday. "We're a lot smarter now" Four-wheel nependent suspenson uses ammonia to dissi- The valve can'tbereached Space station managers regarding the spacesuit. g5ll.iockintrue 4W0 stem pate heat from on-board so the 'entire pump would will reconvene M onday to trouble, Todd said. Safety Automotive-style fuwhehyricsk brakes equpment, have to be replaced with decide' whether to delay procedures are in place to G "( f (i]1 '8t 1.4
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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com LOCBI. & STATE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13,2013 7A[Crash Fedsjoins battle C citrus disease
Toyota came to rest
west of the vehicle, on The Associated Press really addresses the urgenthe south grass shoul- cy of the current problem
der/ditch of 1-10. Vann, ST. PETERSBURG The of greening,", said Mike
Jackson and Walker each federal government is get- Sparks, CEO of the Lakesustained critical inju- ting involved in the fight land, Fla.-based Florida
ries. FHP's report indi- against citrus greening 'Citrus Mutual. "This-new
cates that none of them disease, in hopes of saving initiative announced by
was wearing his seatbelt Florida's and possibly Secretary Vilsack could
at the time of the acci- the entire nation's citrus not have come at a better
dent. They were taken crop. time."
to Tallahassee Memorial The U.S. Department of The disease is transmitHospital for treatment of Agriculture announced ted by the Asian citrus
their injuries, whele they Thursday that it's creating psyllid. It's also known
remain as of press time. an "emergency response as HLB, or, in Chinese,
No injuries were sus- framework" to battle Huanglongbing. The distained by the driver of citrus greening. It will ease. was first spotted in
the Jeep, which came, gather various groups, 2005 in South Florida
to a controlled stop fac-, agencies and experts to and quickly spread
ing west on the north coordinate and focus fed- -throughout the citrus
shoulder of 1-10. eral research on fighting growing region.
FHP was assisted at the the disease. Greening isn't just an isscene by the Gadsden "We really need to be co- sue in Florida.
County Sheriff's Office, ordinating more effectively Californiais the country's
Gretna Police Depart- within the USDA and more biggest supplier of freshment, Gadsden County importantly, with the cit- market oranges, and its
EMS, Greensbore VFD rus industry and state and 285,000 acre-citrus indusand AirMedic II. local officials," said Agri- try is second only to FlorVann, Jackson and culture Secretary Tom Vil- THEASSOCtATEOPRESS da, according to California
Walker, all members of sack. He added that since Oranges ripen in a grove on Wednesday, in Plant City. The citrus contributes $1.5 billion to Citrus Mutual. California the CHS Class of 2013, he came into office in the Florida economy. Growers are worried about citrus greening, a condition where an insect has seen one affected orplayed varsity football 2009, the agency has spent causes bacteria to grow on the leaf and fruit, eventually killing the tree. ange tree, in a Los Angeles and basketball for the 'nearly $250 million on re- 75 percent. This year's or- research projects and will "The future of the citrus County backyard. Hornets, helping CHS searching and tracking the ange crop is expected to launch a new section on industry is at stake." I Citrus experts on the
make the state football disease. be the smallest in 24 years, its website about greening Florida's orange crop had. West Coast said they are
playoffs in 2010 and The citrus greening bac- largely due to greening. that will. serve as an infor- $1.5 billion in saies in 2012, thankful that the federal
2012. They also helped teria, which is spread by an "If we don't find a cure mation clearinghouse, up from $1.3 billion the government is devoting lead the team to a dis- insect, causes trees to pro- soon, we won't be growing It's especially important previousyear. Citrus grow- time and money to the strict championship in duce green, disfigured and oranges in Florida much 'in Florida, where the state's ers gave Florida 66 percent problem. basketball as'seniors. bitter fruits by altering nu- longer,": Sen. Bill Nelson, famous orange crop is a of the total U.S. market "Our objective is to make: As the leading rusher trientflowto the tree, even- D-Fla., said. big part of the economy, share. About 95 percent of sure USDA looks at this.
otully k git. It threatens The new USDA group culture and history. the state's orange crop is situation with the urgency bll team, Vann rushed Florida's $9 billion citrus will help coordinate and "We're treating this, al- used for juice. we think this deserves," for over 1,500 yards as industry. Gdiwers and sci- prioritize federal research most like a hurricane re- Total citrus acreage is said Joel Nelson, president a senior, while Jackson entists suspect that many with the industry's efforts sponse," said Kevin Shea, down 2 percent from the of California Citrus Mutual was a starter on the of- of Florida's 69 million cit- to-combat the disease., the adminitrator for the previous survey and the in Exeter, Calif. "This is a fensive line and led the rus trees are infected, with The USDA will also pro- USDA's aniflal and plant lowest since 1966. very good move on their team ih tackles as-a line- some estimates as high as vide $1. million to support health inspection service. "This announcement part." backer, withWalker lead- T
ing the team in receiving
as a senior.
All three were All Coun- Obituaxies
ty performers as seniors
and are on the football Ivey Funeral Home, Inc. James and Sikes since September 1, 1994. Charles McClellan Marianna Chapel
team at NAIAWebbdr In- P.O. Box 879 Funeral Home This past September she Funeral Home Funeral Home
ternational University in Bainbridge, GA 39818 Maddox Chapel started her 30th year. 15 S Jackson St. 3960 Lafayette Street
Babson Park. Tel: 229-246-3232. 4278 Lafayette Street Theresa was born to Quincy, Florida 32351 Marianna, Florida 32446
Jackson was the only Marianna, Fl 32446 Mary Nita Robinson Cole- (850) 627-7677 Phone: (850)526-'5059
one to see action as a Mildred 850.482.2332 man ind James Thomas
freshman in the 2013 www.jamesandsikes (known as J.T.) Coleman of Mattie Davis Michael
season, appearing. Inman funeralhomes.com Bascom, Florida at 3 am on
feson, gaean record-April 3, 1930. Theresa was a McDaniel Daniel
four games and record- Brownlee Cid loving, devoted mother to
ing five total tackles. her six children. She kept McMillan Woodson
As news of the crash Robinson us united and closely knit
spread throughout Jack- as a family and we will con- Mattie Davis McDaniel Michael Daniel Woodson County, a candle- itch tinue to work hard to meet McMillan, of Quincy,' FL, son, "Dan, Danny",
light vigil was organized, Jehovah's approval so we passed away on December "Deddy", "Pappa" went
pli ed for 6:30 p.m. Cindy Robinson Fitch, can welcome her back in 12, 2019. She was a native home to be with Jesus on Thursday in the city park 44, of Daleville, ALformerly the paradise. of Jackson County, Florida Dec. 8, 2013. He was 69
in Cottondale. of Grand Ridge, died Tues- Theresa was preceded in and was a member of Cen- years old.
day, December 10, 2013. death by her son, Walter tenary United Methodist He was preceded in late. Thursday'. night Funeral Arrangements Buford Jarmon, Jr. (known Church in Quincy. death by his parents, Chrisa spokesperson., with will be announced by as.Little Butchie) and her Visitation will be Satur- tine and Clarence Everett
Tallahassee Memorial [ James and Sikes Funeral ex-husband and father of day, December 14, 2013 at Woodson.
Hospital reported that Home Maddox Cfiapel their six children, Walter 10:00 AM in the Centenary Mr. Woodson served his
both Vann and Jackson Mildred Inman Brown- Buford Jarmon, Sr. (known United Methodist Church country in the United
were in stable cnd- lee, 84, of Bainbridge GA, as Butch). Theresa married Parlor. Service will be at States Army during the
tion, while Walker was in -passed away' Wednesday, 3 Wtan Street the love of her life, Butch, 11:00 AM in the Church Vietnam War. After 50 critical'condition. December 11, 2013 at her on December 3, 1948. Sanctuary. Internment will years of hard -work and
residence. 334-793-3003 Survivors include her follow at Collins Chapel dedication at Winn Dixie,
The graveside funeral www.byrdfuneralhome.com son, Walt Ben (Jessie) of Cemetery in Malone, Flori- he, retired in September ser*ce will be held at 2:00 Slocomb, Al; daughters, da at 2:00 PM EST (1:00 PM 2012. His family was the
p.m. on Friday, December Theresa Myran Julie Jarmon of CST). most importantlhng in his
.. .. 13, 2013 at Roselawn Mem- Dothan, 'Al; Mary Ruth She.was predeceased by life, and he Io-M spending
From Page lA ory Gardens with Rev. Tho- (Roger) McNemar of husbands Sam Everett time with them!
mas P. Long officiating.. armon Dothan, Al; Dee Cochrane McDaniel an4( Samuel J4 He is survived by his wfe
Master of Education The fakiily 're6:eved of Atha, Fl; Rebekah ''McMillan and'ison Billy of 48 years, Pamela
from Auburn University, friends Thursday, Decem- (Tom) Moore of Midland and Bobby McDaniel. Beauchaiyp Woodson, his
in1999 and a Bachelor of ber 12, 2013 at Ivey Funeral "is City, Al; eleven grandchil- She is survived by the four children: Melissa
Education from Athens Home. Online visitors may ,dren, Chad (Sarah) McDaniel and McMillan Huskey, Chad Woodson
SaeUiestin19. sign the guest register at McNemar, Dothan, Al; families. (Jennifer), Michelle
Dr.t unrsty n hisife www.ive'funeral.com. Wesley 'PAria) McNemar, Charles McClellan Funer- Woodson, and Christie
D.urtadhswf, Mrs. Brownlee was born Indianapolis, In; April al Home, Quincy, FL, (850) Woodson; six grandchilAlisa, have, three chi- September 30, 1929 in Indi- '(Philip) Melvin, Altha, Fl; 627-7677, is in charge of ar- dren: Jacob (Lyndsey),
dren-,Hayden, Halie anapolis, IN, the daughter 7 Jessica (John) Moore, Cot- rangements. Joshua (Chelsea), Jared,
and- Hunter-who are of. Charles Jacob Inman tonwood, Al; Ashton ____________Kamirynn, Luke and Matenrolled in the Jackson and Ina Aretta Armstrong J armon, Dothan, Al; Leah thew. Two sisters and two
County School System. Inman. She was ,a graduateI Jarmon, Jakin, Ga; Raegan d brothers, Lois, Linda, Dave
Alisa Hurst is the Visual of Ben Davis High School Jarmon, Slocomib, Al; Emnie James adSes and Joe.
ImpirentTeche fr n Idinapli whresh Threa CleanFuneral Home Mr. Woodson's family
thepaintTerorn oyia najorette here- mon was83re as olda Jar- Jarmon, Slocomb, Al; Tere- Maddox Chapel has asked for friends to the ashigtonou tireds afe manyete yer- ofn went to slep ind when sa (Brian) Hampton, 4278 Lafayette Street
ScholDitrct Se as tiedafermay eas f hewet o lep nJeho- Dothan, Al; Nikki (Grady) MraaFoia346 gather at Marianna Chapel
Scoo District Sheiha service with the Georgia vah's memory at 3:40 pm, Snow, Cedar Bluff, Al;FueaHoenFrdy
versity' in Elementary Department of Family and wednesday, December 1L Mandy Pierson, Midland~ 850.482.2832 December 13, 2013 at 2:00
EuainanaMa- Children Services. Mrs. 2013. Theresa died at home City, Al; 10 great grandkids P.M.to follow in a procestEr'safrom, thniverMst Brownlee Was a member of with her loving family by that brought her so much WVilliamf sion to Kent Cemetery for
ters fom heUniersty First.Christian Church and her side after an extended joy; sisters, Naomi (Ralph) Marion graveside services with
*of Alabama at Birming- 'the D.A.R. She was very ac- illness. Willhelm, Tallahassee, Fl; burial to follow.
ham in Exceptional tive in square dancing with Memorial Services wil Keturah Martin, Raceland, Walker Expressions of sympathy
*Student Education with her husband. She was the be held 4:00 pm Sunday,. La; Jewell Jordan and polly may be submitted online at
an emphasis in Visual first female square dance December 15, 2013 at Byrd Olson .of South Florida; Funeral service will be 10 www'mariannachapelfh'com" Impairment. She is Na- caller in ,this area and Funeral Home Chapel on very special friends, Mary am, Friday, December 13, Marianna Chapel Funeral tiona Braille certified taught square dancing for West Main Street with Tim Burdette, Nina Yeager, Jea- at El Bethel Assembly of Home is charge of local arthrug te .S Lbrry many years. Owens officiating. 'The nette Jackson. God Church. Interment rangements.
toug thnges. Lbay Survivors include her family will receive friends The fairly wants to will be at Johnson Family
of Conress.daughters, Georgia Trep- from 3:00 until 4:00 pm thank Dr. Jeff Doty for his Cemtery in Grand Ridge. \
anier and her husband, Sunday prior to service loving care over the years Expressions of 'sympathy N Follow us on Oliver, of Bainbridge, GA time. At other times they and Jeff Davis of. Gentiva may be made online at .
Twitter and Bobbi Culverson. and will be at the Jarmon resi- Hospice and Southeast Ala-' www.jamecsandsikesfuriralhornes.comn '~~ ~
T ttrher husband, Dewayne of dence., bama Home Care for all the Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc.
Bainbridge, GA; her grand- Theresa's faith as one of help received from the 'Your Local Florist and Gifts
//'':: children, Brandon Homne Jehovah's Witnesses was nursing and therapy staff. 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna
Horne and his wife, Alecia, to her, because she knew make. a donation to the loand Dane Culverson; and that if she stayed faithful cal Kingdom Hall toward ~' her great-grandchildren, everyhing else would work th"ol ieWr fJ
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Sudden budget peace after Boehner raps GOP right
The Associated Press The second-rank- down and reduce the op-' additional costs for corpoing Democrat,, Rep. Ste- portunity for the periodic rations whose pensions are WASHINGTON Bat- ny Hoyer of Maryland, brinkmanship of the kind guaranteed by the federal
tie-fatigued and suddenly ~ ~t* joined other party leaders that has flourished in the government. The measure
bipartisan, the House vot- in swinging behind the current three-year era of also would slow the annual
ed Thursday night to ease measure, even though he divided government. cost-of-living increase in
across-the-board federal noted that he represents The measure would erase benefits for military retirspending cuts and prevent 62,000 federal workers and $63 billion in across-the- ees under the age of 62.
future government shut- said future government board cuts set for January The bill includes a 90-day
downs, acting after Speak- employees will pay higher and early 2015 on domes- provision that postpones
erJohn Boehner unleashed pensions costs because of tic and defense programs, a 20 percent cut in reima stinging attack' on tea the bill. "This agreement is leaving about $140 billion bursements for doctors,
party-aligned conservative better than the alternative" in reductions in place. who treat Medicare pagroups campaigning for of ever. deeper across-the- On the other side of the tients and replaces it with
the measure's defeat. board cuts, he said. budget ledger, it projects an increase of one-half bf
The legislation, backed The agreement, negoti- savings totaling $85 billion one percent.
by the White House, THEASSOCIATEDPRESS ated by Ryai and Demo- over the coming decade, The combination of
cleared on a vote of 332-94, House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio (left) joined by House cratic Sen. Patty Murray enough to show a deficit short-term spending inwith lopsided majorities of Budget Committee Chairman Rep, Paul Ryan, R-Wis., takes re- of Washington and en- reduction of about $23 creases and long-term Republicans and Demo- porters"questions, on Capitol Hill in Washington on Wednes- dorsed by the White House billion over the 10-year savings would send deficrats alike voting in favor, day, as House Republicans signaled support for a budget deal would set overall spend- period. cits higher for the current Final passage is expected worked out yesterday between Ryan and Senate Budget Com- ing levels for the current The cuts would be re- budget year and each of next week in the Senate. mittee Chair Rep. Patty Murray, D-Wash. budget year and the one placed with savings gener- the next two, a dramatic
The events in the House that begins on Oct. 1, ated from dozens of sourc- departure from the congave a light coating of bi- Democrats. Club for Growth, both of 2014. That straightforward es. Among them are higher servaive orthodoxy that
partisan cooperation to "I think they're mislead- which have sought to push action would probably airline security fees, curbs Republicans have enforced the end of a bruising year ing their followers," the the House further to the' eliminate the possibility of on the pension benefits of since taking control of the of divided government Republican speaker said right than the Republican -another government shut- new federal workers and House three years ago.
memorable for a partial ,of 'the groups, whom he leadership has been willgovernment shutdown, pointedly also blamed for ing to go. flirtation with an unprec- last fall's politically dam- Rep. Paul.Ryan, R-WVis., a '?.L tl
edented Treasury default aging partial government chief GOP architect of the (jXi've a, L i t -rLANO ry
and gridlock on immigra- shutdown. "I think they're deal, made the conservation, gun control and other pushing our members in tives' case for support. items on President Barack places, where they don't The measure "reduces the Obama's second-term want to be. And frankly, I deficit, by $23blin It
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criticism of Republican-fa- He mentioned no organi- whose handiwork could... voting outside groups that zations by name, although well be challenged in the at times have been more it appeared he was refer- 2016 Republican presidenof an obstacle to him than ring to Heritage Action and tial primaries. ,
North Korea executes
leader's uneas traitor
The Associated Press Jong Un after her brother's
December 2011 death,
PYONGYANG, North IThe White House said it
Korea -North Korea said could not independently
Friday that it has executed confirm reports of Jang's
Kim Jong Un's uncle, call- execution but it has "no
ing the leader's former reason to doubt" the re- te G
mentor a traitor who tried port from the official Ko, T.. iet )favori A$
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ruption, drug use, gam- bolster his own power and North Korea closely and Reg $154.00,.1 Now Only.. bling and womanizing. show strength, but there consulting with allies and In -an unusually detailed has been fear in Seoul that partners in the region.
announcement, the of- the removal of Jang and The KCNA report called -_....._ficial news agency KCNA his followers could lead to Jang a "despicable politisaid Jang had been tried instabilityor lead to a mis- cal careerist and trickster" PLUS, 4 More for "such hideous crime as calculation or attack on the and "despicable human attempting to overthrow South. Jang had been seen scum." B u rg e rs
the state by all sorts of by outsiders as the leading It was also unusually intrigues and despicable, supporter of Chinese-style specific and chilling in its methods with a wild ambi- economic reforms. allegations. For instance, to every shlpplng 'd
tion to grab the supreme North Korea has recently the report said that at one ii your order from power of our party and turned to attempts at di- point, Jang didn't rise and "' state." plomacy with South Korea applaud his nephew's apIt called him a "traitor to, and the United States. But pointment to a senior po-. Limit 2 of each selection at these special prices. Your 4 (4 oz..) burgers will ship free per address and must ship with the nation for all ages" and tensions have remained sition because he "thought youi order of $49 or more Not valid with other offers Standard S&H will be applied per address. Expires 12/31/13. "worse than a dog." high since 'Pyongyang that if Kim Jong Un's base 0 2013 OCG I 16027 Iomaha Steaks, lnc.
Kim long Un has over- threatened nuclear strikes' and system for lea~lmng the
seen other high-profile on Seoul and Washington army were congolidated,0
purges since taking over last spring, and warn that this would lay a stumbling @0 0.
after the death of his fa- it would restart nuclear block in the way of grab- *
ther, Kim long 11, two years bomb fuel production. bing the power." ago. But none of the purges There was .no immedi-t have been as public or ate word about the fate of!
as close to home as the lang's wife, Kim Kyong Hui, 7On Wednesday, December 25, 2013, the Floridan will
downfall of lqng, who was the younger sister of Kim publish its annual In Loving Memory page.
seen as helping the young- long I1. She was, also seen er Kim consolidate power as' a key mentor to Kim If you would like to pay tribute to a loved one who
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Pirates face Hornets se arching for 1st win
BY DUSTIN KENT Sneads (0-6, 0-3 in District 2) team, especially with three of three of those guys are pretty undefeated Bulldogs by just four
email@example.com will be looking to avoid an 0-4. his regulars Alphonso Brown, good. players, but we did it to points with four minutes to play.
start in league play Kyle Commodore and Ant- ourselves, so we have nobody But Marianna finished the Nearly a full month into the and will have to wan Durn out tonight serv- else to blame. ,It's a big game game ona 15-5 run, with Sneads
season, the Sneads Pirates are do so in a gym in ing suspensions for leaving the and (the Hornets) are playing at scoring on just two of its final 11
still searching for their first which the Hornets bench during an altercation in home, and they seem to playa possessions.
victory have won 15 of their Saturday's game againstPort St. little bit better over there."' "That's going to get you beat
They hope to find it tonight last 17 district games. Joe. .The Pirates are coming off a every time," Hubbs said of his
when they travel to Cottondale First-year, Pirates coach Bruce "It's going to be, a tough one, 69-55 home loss to Marianna team's offensive struggles at the for a district contest against the Hubbs said he is aware of just especially with us shorthanded on Tuesday night in which they Hornets at 7 p.m. how big the challenge is for his like we are," the coach said. 'All showed some life and trailed the See PIRATES, Page 3B
Trying to keep focus abte
BY DUSTIN KENT
The Marianna Bulldogs will put their undefeated streak on the line tonight with perhaps their biggest test yet, on the road against the Pensacola Catholic Crusaders.
The Crusaders (4-4) are the defending District 1 champions and are off to a 1-0 start in league play this year after throttling Walton 64-41 on Dec. 3 in DeFuniak Springs. Marianna (8-0) also played its lone league game of the year against Walton and came away with a 54-39 win at home Dec. 6.
The Bulldogs have also notched "There victories over an impressive array
yfar of teams such as Rutherford, Bay
High and Malone, but Marianna j coach Travis Blanton said Catholic S represents the largest obstacle his playe If Bulldogs have seen this year. anybody "They're by far the best team we've
tat we've played. If anybody that we've played pi'ya ed should be ranked, it's them," he said.
p e "They're able to do a lot of things i very well. They've got great size, good
d quickness at the guard spots, good
shooters, and they're disciplined and mavis lamnton, fundamentally sound. They're just. a MHS coach really good team, and being on the road, it's going to be tough." MHS has lost in its last two trips to Pensacola Catholic, falling 41-35 last season and 41-31 the year before.
The last road victory for the Bulldogs in the series came Dec. 17, 2010, when they beat the Crusaders 61-45, though Blanton said he has no'doubt that his team can replicate the feat tonight. "We don't shy away from playing at that place," he said. "'A lot of people say that we dont like playing there, but our kids have played well in big games PHOTOBYDANIELWILLIAMS/FORTHEFLORIDAN there and they won't be intimidated. Where the Chipola's Sam Cassell Jr. makes a move during a game against Brunswick (N.C.) on Saturday at the Milton H. Johnson game is won't determine ifwe win or lose. It's going Health Center.. to be on us and how we play."
w n nThe Crusaders are pretty tough wherever they
Indians look to keep w i ning ahead of break play, with the .500 record a bit deceiving considering that they've only played one team (Walton) that BY DUSTIN KENT No. 6 in the state and riding a nine- Eastern Florida State has five wasn't in a higher classification.
firstname.lastname@example.org game winning streak, following a players who shot at least 35 per- Pensacola Catholic returns its top five scorers off 65-57 loss to Daytona State in the cent or better from the 3-point of last year's district title team and added 6-foot-5 The No. 5 Chipola Indians will second game of the year line led by McReynolds, who is Washington High School transfer Daniel Laster,
head into the Christmas Break with They have a balanced offensive making 44.9 percent from long who is currently leading the Crusadersinscoring at a pair of stiff tests this weekend at attack with six players averaging distance. 15.6 points per game.
the Florida Shootout in Gainesville, double-figure points, led by fresh- Four of the team's top six scorers Dajuan Moorer is next with 15.5 points per game, taking on Eastern Florida State on manguardlDemetriusMcReynolds' are, sophomores, so there will be followed by Brad Hartnett at 11.8 points.per game Saturday and St. Petersburg on 13.8 points per game. some familiar faces for the Indians' and Nic Bell at 10.8 points per game.
Sunday. "They're a very good team. coaches and returning players from "They're good in every aspect of the game at evThe game against Eastern Flori- 'They've got a lot of talent," Chipola the Titans team that beat them 83- ery position. they're just very solid and have a da State (10-1) is a rematch of last coach Patrick Blake said Thursday 72 last season. great bench," Blanton said of the Crusaders. "We're
year's state tournament game in It's going to be a huge test forus. "They have some guys back and going to have to play our very best basketball to whicly the Titans then known as They're very talented on the offen the gsthat they lost they've re- have a chance to win. They're really good, but we're Brevard eliminated the 'Indians sive end, shoot the three-ball well placed ta few guif that are fill- not scared of. them. We're going to go play very from the tourney and effectively and they run great sets and put a ing thoe every Well," Blake hard, but we have to play our best. If we can limit ended their season. lot of pressure on the defense to our turnovers and mistakes and don't give them
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Alabama QB McCarron says
he expects Saban to stay "
The Associated Press
LAKE BUENAVISTA-Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron says he doesn't believe coach Nick Saban will leave for Texas.
McCarron made his comments in advance of Thursday's College Football Awards Show. Saban is reportedly a target of Texas officials to be the school's next coach if Mack Brown is fired or steps down.
But the quarterback also added that THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
he can't speak for his coach. Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron (left)
"To me, he's not leaving. That's my answers questions in Lake Buena Vista on personal opinion," McCarron said Wednesday.'
Wednesday. "I can't speak on Coach the Davey O'Brien quarterback award Saban. I stay out of his business. Thursday. He also is one of six finalists But if I had a pick, I'd say he's not for the Heisman Trophy, which will be arianna's Laron Cass (20) tries to beat a Bay High defender
leaving." presented Saturday. I I to the ball during a junior varsity match Saturday. The JV
as n i's be ove ell Awad See ALABAMA, Page 3B Bulldogs lost to Bay 2-0 after beating North Bay Haven 3-1. L
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Winston humbled by Heisman talk
The Associated Press Davey O'Brien quarter- Should Winston claim
back award. He joins Texas the Heisman, it would be
LAKE- BUENA VISTA A&M quarterback. and the second consecutive
The first time Florida State reigning Heisman winner year that the award went
quarterback Jameis Win- Johnny Manziel, as well as to a freshman.
ston ever thought about Alabama quarterback AJ Though that would also
winning the Heisman Tro- McCarron, who are both mean his name isn't called,
phy, he was a. 12-year-old nominated 'for the same McCarron said it would be
kid playing video games. awards. a feat that would be derid"Playing NCAA 2006 was The now 19-year-old ed by the fifth-year senior,
the first time I was aware Winston described the who just missed a shot
of the Heisman," he said week since Florida State at leading Alabama to a
Wednesday. "When you secured its spot in theBCS third consecutive national
could create a player and national championship championship.
do the' 'Road to Glory' ,"'game as whirlwind. But. "It doesn't make me
and you could get the he said he goes into college feel any way. I'm happy
Heisman." .," football's version of awards for those guys," he said.
Now that road could end 'seasOn humbled even as a "Johnny's one of my good
with him holding the real huge Heisman favorite. friends. Jameis, I'd be hapthing, and several other "Obviously, all the Heis- py for him, too. I don't have
big awards. THEASSOCIATED PRESS man stuff, I really admire any hatred against anyWinston is the over- Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston (right) answers questions prior to the College the people that havevoted body, or against the Heiswhelming favorite to' win Football Awards show in Lake Buena Vista on Wednesday. for me and all that stuff,' man committee, or whothe award now that a has been closed without day's College Football night's top awards the Winston said. "So, like I ever votes on it. They're sexual assault complaint charges being filed. Awards Show at Disney Maxwell Award for the said, it's overwhelming to going to vote how they're against him in Tallahassee Winston enters Thurs- nominated for, two of the. nation's top player and the me." going to vote."
Texa Brown stays mum on future as coach '
The Associated Press : were meeting Thursday to ence was influential Texas
discuss his mployment booster Red McCombs,.
AUSTIN, Texas --Texas amid a two-year power who is a close friend of Cottonda5:30 nd7
coach Mack' Brown de- struggle over academics Brown's and one of the
lined to, say Thursday on one of the nation's big- university's most generous p 5
whether the Alamo Bowl gest campuses. donors. McCombs told rewill be his final game, "Mack Brown is one porters he hopes Brown
amid intense speculation of the greatest football comes back next year P"'<''
following another disap- coaches of all time," Pow- but 'didn't blink about
pointing season that began ers told reporters before the caliber of coach Texas H School
with the Longhorns talking regents began a closed- could get to replace him. girls basktball
about becoming national door meeting. "He's done If the Longhorns job FrdSibds 0
championship contenders tremendous things for the comes open, expect more Co
again. University of Texas, and I speculation about' Ala- 114iP,
"My situation has not feel about him -the, same bama coach Nick Saban a
changed," Brown said. way he feels about me." replacing him. The AP 4,
Speaking to reporters for Brown acknowledged reported last month that .afn:
the first time since mul- THEAssCIATED the Longhorns (8-4) didn't after last season Texas re- ,
Texas coach Mack Brown (left) reaches out to long-time Texas finish how they wanted gents had spoken with Sa- cIChpi' I tiple published reports booster Red McCombs (right) following a Valero Alamo Bowl I pol me s.LA~JW
this week indicated that he news conference Thursday in San Antonio. after starting the season bans agent about the pos- Ukqtall might step down, Brown talking, about competing sibility of replacing Brown T he I ad to
said he has yet to talk with conference in San Antonio About an hour later in for 6 national champion-: and approached Brown Gh new Texas athletic director about Texas' bowl game Austin, Powers reasserted ship. The Longhorns last about stepping down. Steve Patterson and uni- against Oregon on Dec. 30. his support for Brown and played for a. BCS title in Saban has deflected Sli versity President Bill Pow- "I want to sit down with said they planned to speak 2009, but fan frustration, those ,reports. But Mc- games ers about the job he's held (Patterson) and Bill in the in the coming days. Pow- has mounted after a string Coihbs expressed confi- E since 1998. near future and talk about ers is among Brown's top of seasons that failed to dence about Texas' abil- at d.Satu
He deflected several where we're going and supporters, but Powers is meet'expectations. ity to lure him to one of at peisb'rnd at other questions about where our program is go- facing questionsabout his, Notably attending the wealthiest athletic '. his future during a news ing," Brown said. own future UT regents Biown's news cbnfer- programs in the nation.
Selection committee talks strength of schedule' Sele tio thy...1'Lk
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executive. Tom Jernstedt on Jan. 6 at the Rose Bowl How the committee ule will 'become such an Techi NEWYORK -The mem- discussed the selection in the final BCS national would have sorted through important factor that if you andp'S bears of the College Foot- committee and how it will. championship game. the other playoff candi- want to be under consider- \: ball Playoff selection com- operate Wednesday at the Strength of schedule was dates this season -such action, you need to have a Chrstmi mittee begin work next Intercollegiate Athletic a much discussed topic as as Michigan State, Baylor, more meaningful schedule season. As for this seagon, Forum, Which is spon- the BCS race played out Alabama and Stanford than perhaps you've had in Shwbilulf they'll pass on picking sored by IMG and pre- over the last couple weeks is unclear, but there is no previous years." Marianna High
teams. sented by SportsBusiness of the regular season, with doubt that who you face Osborne said some pro- School will play1 ost
"None of us have done Daily/Global/Journal. Auburn supporters insist- is going to play a big role grams could be in a bind to a Christmas tburnaany work on that," Clem- They did not, however, ing that even though the in how football's final four no matter what they do 'ment Deci9-i21 featurson athletic director Dan delve into which teams they Tigers had lost a game they bracket is filled out. with their nonconference ig Sneads, Cottondale, Radakovich said. "We all would have picked this sea- should play for the nation- "If you look back over the schedule. Malone,'Grestview, made an agreement not to son if next year's four-team al title ahead of undefeated last 10-20 years, there's all 'A lot of teams are go- Rutherford, Port St. answer those questions." playoff was in place instead Ohio State. kinds of rationale that go ing to be at the mercy Joe, Arnd,Bay High
Radakovich, former of the Bowl Champion- Ultimately, the Buckeyes into scheduling," Jernstedt of their strength of their Fot Wlo ec ~
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Ex-President Bush writes letter to Alabama kicker
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the letter on his TIwitter "George Bush" for a third straight national Foster had made 11 of :rial@jcfida~o,~ ad
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Fote isedto ied "However you will be a The letter was rallied around him, with
goal attempts and had a stronger human with time, first reported by al. thousands joining a Facethird blocked in the Crim- "I wish you all the best com. 'book fan page "Bama
son Tide's 34-28 loss to Au- No. 3' Alabama will play fans supporting Cade
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early leader Fwant to win some ballend. "We had some turn- games. We're not making
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spotty on defense. I think strides. But we're telling
The Associated Press we've shown we can play our guys that we're still
a little bit at times, but playing for the end of the
NEW YORK. LeBron we're still not handling year because when you.
James is the early vote- the ball very well. Marl- get to the district tournagetter for the NBA All- anna continued to get ment, everyone has the
Star game, edging Kevin in our face and press us, same chance and anyDurant.: .and we-made some bad body can win that thing. The Miami Heat. star choices, and that has to But we're trying to put
has 609,336 votes, while improve. We just don't things together here and
the Oklahoma City's Du- defend very well at times get some wins."
rant trails by about 2,000 and make .too many The'Hornets were 3-4
votes in the first returns mistakes. overall and 2-1 in district
announced by the league "We're trying to make play going into Thursday
Thursday. progress and .continue to night's district road game
The Lakers' Kobe Bryant take baby steps forward." against Vernon and were
(501,215) and the Clip- The Pirates have lost coming off a 67-44 home
pers' Chris Paul (393,313) district games to Altha win over Blountstown on
pace the Western Confer- and Vernon at home and Tuesday night.
ence' backcourt players. Graceville on the road, Cottondale's other disThe Heat's Dwyane Wade THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and have lost twice to trict win came 72-56over
(396,279) is the East's top Miami Heat forward LeBron James (left) is defended by Indiana Pacers forward Paul George Port St. Joe, with Hubbs Wewahitchka on Dec. 3, vote-getter in the back- during the game in Indianapolis onTuesday, attributing the on-court with the loss coming 56court, followed by the Pacers (489,335) and the The Rockets' Dwight frontcourt. dust-up in the last meet- 41 in Graceville on Dec. 6.
Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving New York Knicks' Carmelo Howard (295,120) and The All-Star game will be ing Saturday to his play(365,712). Anthony (424,211) are next the Clippers' Blake Grif- held in New Orleans-Arena ers being frustrated by
Paul George of the Indiana in the Eastern Conference. fin (292,925) lead the West on Feb. 16. the team's struggles..
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have any hatred against any- scufflewe had. These kids
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multiple chances, we've got a chance to win." Should Heisman favorite how they're going to vote. Win or lose, Blanton said it's more important and Florida State quarter- "I'm happy, and like I said, I 4 .
that his team shows'an ability to compete at a back Jameis Winston claim go home at night and I can pull high level against a team that it will likely have the award, it would be the out mythree national champi- ( 5261291
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The Bulldogs will have junior point guard at leading Alabama to a third "Of course it made me feel Shaquarious Baker in the lineup after he sat out consecutive national cham- good. I kind of smiled, proved the team's last game Tuesday in Sneads with a pionship. "Johnny's one of a lot of people wrong. But I calf strain, giving MHS its full complement of my good friends. Jameis, I'd also feel like I earned it and 1 O PAT 2u94 Nan Harkeroad
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elec. electric awning/lift, sleeps 6' 256-335-1354 Call with your name and leave the Circuit Court of the 14th Judicial Circuit in 180.74 feet; thence South'28049'51" West for
excellent condition. $9500. Call anytime message. and for Jackson County, Florida, wherein Wells 243.26 feet thence South 89*50'09"
850-638-9363 or 850-326-0124 Fargo Bank, N.A. as successor by merger to West for a distance of 13.78 feet; thence South
METRIC BIG TWIN 2004 Suzuki Volusla 830 cc Wachovia Bank, N.A. is Plantiff and John 04004915'' West for a distance of 201.52 feet \ 15k miles, garage kept, chromed out, over 4k in Spence A/K/A John F. Spence, Elizabeth thence South 48o11'39"' West for a distance of
accessories, kick shifter, floorboards Vance Spence A/K/A Elizabeth A. Spence; all un- 68.84*feet to the North right ofway line of Berkand Hines pipes, windshield, driving lights, known parties claiming by, through, under or shire Road thence South 0015'27" West for a 4WHEL DRIIVEl crash bar, bags, factory sissy bar, see to appre- against the named Defendant(s),. whether liv- distance of 80.82 feet to the South right of way
ciate, a steal at 3.5 k obo. 334-794-8709 ing or not, and whether said unknown parties line of aid, ee o and th it of Beline of said, Perkshire Road and the Point of BeJeep 2000 Wrangler Sport. Red. four wheel claims as heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, ginning.
drive with air conditioning, roll cage, aluminum lPORT ULITY Iienors, creditors, trustee, or in any other ca- A/K/A Country Club Hills #2, Plat Unrecorded
wheels, hard top and soft top. Frame for soft ..... pacity, claiming by, through, under or against Lot 7, Block B
top is installed. 140,000 miles but vehicle is in Ford 1987 Bronco 4x4 the ngmed Defendant(s) and the Defendant(s), Street Address: 4743 CORNERSTONE LANE,
great shape for age and miles. $5,200. RUNS GREAT!! Good tires. I willlsell to the highest and best bidder for MARIANNA, FLORIDA 32446
334-494-2430 sNev, Sears battery, rear cash at the North Door of the Courthouse of the I
334-494-2430. window motor, fuel gauge. Jackson County Courthouse, in Jackson County, Any person claiming an interest in the surplus
Jeep 2008 Wrangler Sahara Unlimited: fully Brakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k Florida, at 11:00 a.m., on the 16th day of Janu- from the sale, if any, other than the property loaded, black, 2 door, 62k miles. KBB $22,000. miles on major tune-up (including distributor, ary, 2014, the following described property as owner as of the date of the lis pendens, must Asking $18,000. Call 334-894-0520 plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as set forth in said order or Final Judgment, to file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale.
AUTOS FO SALE my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking wit: /s/Dale Rabon Guthrie
$3,900. 334-750-5000 Commence at an existing concrete monuments As Deputy Clerk
2000 Honda Odyssey Van -3rd row seating mini MOSKOIat the Southeast corner of the Northeast Quar- MTZ, MANDELL, SALIM & SIMOWITZ,
vnRusperfect, Akn$495 Please call atil[. the Southeast corner of th];NortheastlQuar- P.A.
van,Runs Asking $49 ter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 26,
334-693-9360 for more information. Ford 1973 F-100 Explorer, Township 5 North, Range 10 West, Jackson 800 Corporate Drive, Suite 500
Ford197 F-00 xplrerTowshi 5 ort, Rage 0 WstJacson Fort'Lauderdale, Florida 33334
2011 Hyundai Genesis pick-up, restored, like County, Florida; thence North 00053'54" West
3.81.Coup new condition, 5.0V-8, along the East line o the Northeast Quarter of LF160326
V-6. 28,880 miles. Interior automatic, LWB, $4000, the Southeast Quarter of said Section 26 for a
& exterior in excellent con- 334-790-7959. distance of 660.19 feet; thence Nprth 89025'17" PUBLIC NOTICE
dition. Saddle brown leather power & heated West, 1702.99 feet thence North 00'34141'" East
seats, automatic transmission, Infinity sound Ford F-250 Super Duty crew cab 2001 4-wheel 660.00 feet; thence South 89'25'17' East, 30.83 854 File # A0864859 FL163 Carroll.Pond. system with touch-screen navigation system, drive, 5.4 gas engine, 128K miles, tool box feet to the Point of Beginning; Thence North Highwood Towers proposes to construct a 304keyless start, power moon roof, carpeted floor & chrome brush gaurd. $10,500 Super Clean 0034'41' East, 282.14 feet to the right of way foot guyed tower adjacent to 5840 Hwy 90 E, mats, and ice cold air conditioning. 18" alloy 334-791-1069. of cul-de-sac; thence Easterly and 58.18 feet Marianna; FL. Interested persons may review
wheels, rear parking sensors, window tint. along the arc of a curve concave to the North, the applications by going to www.fcc.gov/asr/
$21,000. Contact Craig 334-798-1407. having a central angle of 66040'08" and a radi- applications and entering the Form 854 File #.
us of 50.00 feet; thence South 35012'54" East, Interested persons may raise environmental Chrysler 2004 PT Cruiser Chrysler 2004 350.74 feet thence North 89*25'17" West 260.04 concerns about the proposed structures by filGT Turbo, leather, sun- Town & Country Touring. feet to the Point of Beginning. ing a Request for Environmental' Review with
roof, loaded, clean, Cherry red wgray interior., the Federal Communications Commission. The
i $5595. 334-790-7959. Automatic, power doors, Also an Easement for Ingress and egress de- Federal Communications Commission strongly
.. windows & locks, clean, very dependable. Cold scribed as follows: encourages interested parties to file Requests
AC. Smoke free. 137K. Great family cAr! $3,750 for Environmental Review online, and that inCorvette 2001,silver with black interior, new Call 334-803-0724 Commence at an eXisting concrete monument structions for making such filings can be found
tires, Z06 brakes, low miles, many extras, at the Southeast corner of the Northeast Quar- at www.fcc.gov/asr/environmentalrequest.
great condition. $14,500. OBO 334-585-5396. WANTED AUTOS ter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 26, The mailing address for interested parties that
Township 5 North Range 10 West, Jackson would prefer to file a Request for Environmen.. .GOT BAD CREDIT? County, Florida; thence North 00053'54" West tal Review by paler copy is: FCC requests for
s o $0 Down/Ist Payment, 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF. along the East lien of the Northeast Quarter of EnvironmentalReview, Attn: Ramon Williams,
Tax, Tag & Title Pass YOUR TOWING NEEDS! the Southeast Quarter of Section 26 for a dis- 445 12th' Street SW, Washington, DC 20554.
Repo pass bankruptcy v &@ A. tance of 660.19 feet thence North 6925117"
SLOW CREDIT OK A _0 4 1 d't 70111114119 West, 1702.99 feet; thence North 00034,41"' LF160320
Ask About $1000. off at time of purchase. AUTO BODY & RECYCLING East, 660.00 feet; thence North 8925'17'' West
Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR JUNK CARS 610.00 feet to a point on the Easterly right of Under Florida State Law "SELF STORAGE
Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 way of a 60 foot road; thence North 17027,15" FACILITY ACT" 83.80183.809, Anytime Self Grand Marque 2008 leather seat, 1-owner East along said right of way for a distance of Storage LLC at 3985 Hwy 90, Marianna,, Fl 32446
low mileage, black w/ gray int. new tires, 266.35 feet to the Point of Beginning the cen- will sell the contents of the following units
Garage kept looks like new 334-797-5151 terline of a 60 foot road lying-30 feet left and #All Latosha Renee Jones, #B4 Betty Jennings,
CALL FOR TOP PRICE right of the following described courses thence #B2 Nicole Wesley, #B19 Sheherrah Clark on Honda 2009 Accord, 4 door, Super Sharp! Like South 8925'17" East 419.31 feet to a point of Saturday December 21, 2013. The public or
new, $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis FOR JUNK VEHICLES curve; thence Northeasterly and 77.68 feet private sellwill be conducted at Anytime Self
334-714-0028. along the arc of a curve concave Northerly hav- Storage, LLC, 3985 Hwy. 90, Marianna, F 32446
Mazda 2004 Tribute: Red, I ALSO SELL USED PARTS ing a radius of 200 feet and a central angle of at 10:00 A.M.
automatic, 3.0 V6, 2215'17"' thence North 68o19'26" East 95.41
autmaic,3., Leather, 24 HOUR TOWING 334-792.8664 feet to the tenter of cul-de-sac having a 50
power seats, remote locks. H Unit contents may be redeemed by owner prior
Looks, drives and runs foot radius and the termination of this course. to sell date and time. CASH ONLY! Anytime
good. $3,750. 334-671-3059 T -%ap &1 p- Chad's Used & Self Storage reserves the right to cancel the
Mercury 2003 Grand Marquis G/S 60K miles, Salvage Cars LLC ALSO sale without notice.
loaded, light blue in color, exc cond. like new PAYS TOP DOLLAR $$$ Commence at a concrete monument marking
Michelin tires. $6250. OBO 334-618-7682 for you Junk Vehicals the Northwest corner of the Northeast Quarter
Call before 9pm WE WILL COME AND HAUL 4a of Section 26, Township 5 North, Rarfge 10
NIssan 2009 Altima. Good family car, great gas Chad Gibson 334-684-8481 or 334-588-0047 West, Jackson County, Florida thence South mileage, fully loaded, pwr windows, cruise, AT, r---------------------..... -------------- 00o15'27'' West along the West line of said
'AM-FM,.CD. $20.down,.$250.ermonth. Cal U*N'LJ Northeast Quarter for a distance of 3314.34 feet
SteeAFHtcerC"_2533.71.243don,$20 _er _onh.Cal__ t We vv y kede h ls to the South right of way line of Berkshire Road
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down,$279per onth.CallRon llis 34-74- I : i. thence departing said West line run North
Nisan ltia 213,lowmils, ustSel!! 200'M A4~4A48olr'39'' East for a distance of 131.61 feet;
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Cutler returns to lineup
The Associated Press of a blowout win over Dallas on Monday night that vaulted the Bears back
LAKE FOREST, Ill. Quarterback Jay into the NFC North race after back-toCutler is set to return to the Chicago back losses at St. Louis and Minnesota. Bears' linep. They're tied with Detroit at 7-6, but the
Coach Marc Trestman said Cutler will Lions beat them twice. start Sunday atCleveland after missing That includes the game at Soldier the previous four games with a high left Field on Nov. 10, when Cutler rettned ankle sprain, after sitting out the previous weekbeJosh McCown, who played well in his cause of a groin injury only to hurt his absence, goes back to a reserve role. ankle when a defensive player rolled Cutler went through a full practice up it. He stayed in until the Bears' final on Thursday after working out with drive of that game, even though he was the receivers following a walkthrough laboring, when McCown led them to a and got the green light to start this touchdown and the potential tying twoweek. point conversion failed.
"I still wanted to have the opportunity Cutler was hoping to return against and our staff to work him out vigorously, Dallas. Instead, he'll face the Browns, a THEASSOCIATED PRESS to burst and move, do sudden footwork, team that's 4-9 after losing four straight Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan speaks during a media availability at the climb the pocket and do those kinds of but boasts one of the league's top deteam's training facility Wednesday in Ashburn, Va. things," Trestman said. fenses. They're seventh overall and tied
There was no swelling or any "residual* for eighth against the pass. issues" a day later, and he called Thurs- Lurking not too far beneath the surR edskins' K le Shanahan day's practice a"good start" for Cutler. face is that Cutler has an uncertain
The news on linebacker Lance Briggs future with an expiring contract. L 1* wasn't quite as promising. He partici- "Can't worry about it," he said.
D isappointn R G 3 benched pated on a limited basis and Trestman When healthy, Cutler has played as
was not optimistic about him return- well as he has since he arrived from TheAssociated Press the season. Shanahan, after consult- ing this week, meaning he could miss Denver before the 2009 season. He
"If it was about really ing with owner Dan Sny- his seventh straight game because of a has thrown for just over 1,900 yards, ASHBURN, Va. The football, I think you would der and general manager broken shoulder, and his 88.4 rating is his highest as a
father benched Robert talk to the offensive coordi- Bruce Allen, said he de- Cutler's return comes on the heels Bear. Griffin III. The son would nator," Kyle Shariahan said. cided to shut down Griffin rather have him on the "But the decision doesn't because of the pounding field. have to do with football, it the quarterbackhas taken
Washington Redskins of- has to do with the future of in recent weeks and that fensive coordinator Kyle an organization. That's out it's better for the franchise Shanahan said Thursday of my realm." to have Griffin healthy for
he wasn't consulted on Kyle Shanahan said he the offseason rather than coach Mike Shanahan's de- made out two game plans get injured. cision to sit Griffin, adding this week for at Atlanta "I'm a coordinator. I don't that he finds it "a little dis- while waiting for Mike look at things the sqme appointing" that the fran- Shanahan to announce way an owner does or a chise quarterback won't that Kirk Cousins will start GM or a head coach," Kyle be playing for the rest of the final three weeks. Mike Shanahan said.
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