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Jackson County Sheriff locatedin Campbellton. The homr into the residence four to from 2 to 14 years old, were 6, feet tall, weighing rough-
Lou Roberts is asking for On arrival, officers eowner then five times with a shotgun, inside the home No one ly 145 pounds. His last-
the community's help in learned that Thabit Nadir saw "fire" the driver of the vehicle was injured. known city of residence is
locating a subject who is Mateen and an unknown and realized departed southbound on On Sept. 27, a warrant Chipley.
wanted for questioning in subject driving a pickup she was be- Quarters Court. Three shot- was issued for Mateen. It is Anyone with information
connection with.a Camp- truck had stopped in front ing shot at. gun rounds entered 'the believed that Mateen may about the shooting, in-
bellton shooting that took of a residence on Quar- She pushed front of the home and ex- beintheDothan,Ala., area. cluding the identity of the
place in September. ters Court. A press release ateen her daughter ted the rear of the home." As of this date, the drier of driver or Mateens where-
On the evening of Sept. from the agency indicates to the floor At the time of the shoot- the vehicle has riot been abouts is asked to call JCS
26, JCSO deputies respond- that the homeowner saw and lay on the top of her. ing, the owner. of the identified.. at 482-9648.

Greenwood Director of

Publi Works retire

In August, McGruff the Crime Dog stopped his patrol of
the- National Night Out event to get a quick photo with seft e en
Donna Price at Madison Street Park in Marianna. i

Marianna ci

back at 2013
Special to the Floridan .
As we close out 213, looking back on the yea ,
the city of Marianna staff has accomplished a
great deal. Every department has worked very.
hard to deliver quality service in a professional
manner. We are fortunate to have
Semployees who take ownership'in
serving the public.

Police Department
Jim In 2013, the Marianna Police De- h'
Dean partment coordinated its second -SUBMITTED PHOTO
S annual National Night Out, bring- Greenwood Mayor Charles Sandersleft, presents Public Woks DiretorJames M.Wilson with a plaque ommemorating Wilson's
ing state, county and city law en- retirement, Tuesday.
focement agenies tgether at Madison Street But 3 ars on th jobon isn't goi to turn his backon citizens
Park for a community safety event. i
MPD has acquired two new pickups as an alter-
native to the purchaseof cars. These trucks have BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER they need him. Through the yeas, he's been called
been converted to run on natural gas to reduce Town Clerk Cindy Croxton said out at night in freezing weather to
fuelcost for the department that's a p ise she is certain she take care of a public works problem
On esday afternoon, longtime can count on. She also ertainshe that might have himknee-deep in
re Department r Greenwood Public Works Director may have to take him up n the of- water. He neveiomplained, Croxon
The City Fire Department partnered with the officialday on the job after 30years town like the back o his and Andhis ord is asolid bo
Jackson County Growers Association and Main fserving the town. m has particular expertise withii the they said. That, coupled with his
Street Marianna to hold its annual Fire Preven- But he's told his co-workers at City town's water system, Croxton and
tion Fun Day in conjunction with Pumpkin Day Hall that he'll always be aroumd if Mayor Charles Sanders said. ee RETIRES, Page 7A
at 'Madison Street Park. The everit was a great
success wherean estimaited crouwd of over 1,000
The fire department has participated in numer-
ous activities with schools, other departments, ae n o n the school s ing o t h o

DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT workeud to implement sev- a
City Clerk's Office CHERYL MCDANIEL eRal initiatives fr impiove-. ,
The city has successfully migrated to a new Special t the Floridan ment, one of whichwas to
solid waste provider, Waste Pro, which provided reduce the number of out
a reduction in cost to residential and commercial The Jackson County of school suspensions. sC
customers. School District began 2013 D
The city has updated its webpage, which will al- under the his
low for utility bills to be paid with credit and/or direction of Polcy
debit cards. The webpage upgrade will also allow snew super- Following a model he
customers to sign up for automatic alerts from intende nt hadh seen in Alabama, in
any department within the city such as police, steven R. which students who would
recreation, fire and others. Benton Sr., ordinarily be given out-of-
In an effort to improve parking for businesses Cheryl who took school suspension in the
and plan for the future growth of the city, two McD iel office in alternative school setting,
properties were purchased in the downtown arean November the Short-Term Alternative o
An appoximately 1-acre parcel south of U.S. 90, 2012. In the Program at Jackson Alter-
between Caledonia Street and McPherson, plus fall of 2013, Benton made native School was imple-
the Nifty Cleaners property on Market Street. numerous administrative mented at the beginning MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN FILE
In addition, the Clerk's office has continued the changes, assembling many of the 2013-14 school year. In May, topics ranging from the possibility of school uniforms
new district and school to cellphone policies brought a standing-room-only crowd to
See CITY Page 7A leadership teams. He also See SCHOOLS, Page 7A Jackson County School Board workshop in Marianna.

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JACKSON COUNTY COmrm nity Calendar

F L O R ID A N WEDNESDAY, JAN, 1 n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting- Noon
Publisher Valeria Roberts First Day Hikes 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Florida p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Caverns State Park in Marianna. Billy bailey will lead Church, 2901 Caledolia St. in Marianna. Sewing Circle- 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior
two nature walks along the bluff Trail in the park Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski beginning at the tour departure point at the Visitor SATURDAY, JAN. 4 482-5028. Center. The walks will last about an hour. Bill will T Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30- ) Employability Workshop 2:30 p.m. Marianna
discuss tress identification, karsts topography, park 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist One Stop Career Center."Top 10 Job Search Tips" is
CONTACT US history and park wildlife. Church, 290LCaledonia St. in Marianna. the workshop. It is free and open to the public. The
n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon workshop is facilitated by a Certified Motivational
Telephone: 850-526-3614 to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist SUNDAYJAN. 5 Career Coach. Visit to registei
FAX: 850482-4478 Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. for these informative workshops.
Email: ) Jewels of Light Tour 2:30 p.m. St. Luke's Marianna City Commission Meeting 6
Street Address: THURSDAY, JAN. 2 Episcopal Church, 4362 Lafayette St. Marianna. p.m. in City Hall, 2898 Green St., Marianna; Public
Free and open to public. Call 209-4066. welcome. Call 718-1001.
4403 Constitution Lane a Chipola new student testing-Chipola College.
Marianna,)) Chipola new student testing-Chipola College. Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion Writing Center Meeting- 6 pm. at the Jackson
Marianna, FL32448 For information call 718-2211 or visit www.chipola. hs Writing Center Meeting 6 the Jackson
Officen call 718-2211r visit www.cipola. 630 m. in AA room of First United Methodist County Public Library, 2929 Green St., Marianna.
Office Hours: edu. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance Local Author and Historian, Dale Cox, will address
Weekdays, 8 a.m: to 5 p.m. n Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The limited to persons with a desire to stop dri nking.ce Local Author and Historian, Dale Cox, will address
Oaks Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's the group. Call 482-9631.
MISS YOUR PAPER? focu is the local community, "Comunity, Children Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting -8 p.m. in Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9
MI YU& Character." Call 526-3142. ity, l the board room of Campbellton-GFaceville Hospital, p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
You should receive your newspaper no later Marianna Kwanis Club Meeting Noon at 5429 College Drive, in Graceville. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed dis-
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. cussion with 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire to
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to Call 482-2290. MONDAY, JAN. 6 stop drinking is welcome.
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The ) St. Anne Thrift Store -will be closed for the Chipola new and returning student 8 a.m.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) holidays. until 6 p.m. Chipola College registration for new and WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8
is published Tusday through Friday and VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting 6 p.m. at returning students for Spring A & B. For information, AARP tax aide training session 9 a.m. until
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid 2830 Wynn St., Marianna. Covered-dish supper cal 718-22P or visitwww.chipolaedu.p.m. Jakson County Agricultural Building, Penn
at Marianna, FL. followed by a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call 372- Employability Workshop 2:30 p.m. Marianna Ave., Marianna in the conference room. Learn
2500. One Stop Career Center. "Coping with Unemploy- hands-on training for electronic preparation and
ment" is the workshop. It is free and open to the filing of tax returns free. If interested in volunteering
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, public. The workshop is facilitated by a Certified call 718-7919.
Home delivery $11.23 per month; $32.83 edonia intheA r ndance Motivational Career Coach. Visit Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon
for three months; $62.05 for six months; limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; to register for these informatve workshops. to p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
and $123.45 for one year.All prices include papers will not be signed. / Spring musical theatre auditions 5 Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
applicable state and loca taxes. Mail Chipola Center for the Arts for Von Trap children and
applicable state and local taxes. Mail FRID JAN. 3 6:30 for adults and others. Contact Charles Sirmon THURSDAY, JAN.9
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail FRIDAY, JAN. 3 718-2227 or
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months: a Chipola returning students 8 a.m. until 3p.m. Jackson Codnty Quilters Guild.Meeting Forest Certification 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Chipola College registration for spring terms A & B. 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, anna. Cost $15 which includes materials, lunch and
year. For information, call 718-2211 or visit www.chipola. 3975 U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings breaks SAF Cont iinug Forest Education credits
are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, approved for this workshop: 3.5 hoursCateory 3.5
ADVERTISING Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson lessons and help. All quilters welcome. Call 209- ous Catedfor thi-s osoC 3.5 ho ategory
ADVERTISIING County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and 7638. ategory -C. all 8
The advertiser agrees that the publisher experienced hand crafters welcome to create, share, Woodmen of the World Lodge 65 monthly Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks
shall not be liable for damages arising learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. d meeting 6 p the Worl Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus
meeting- 6 p.m. at the Oaks Restaurant in Marian- is the local community, "Community, Children &
out of errors and advertisements beyond ) Chess Club -6 p.m. to 8 p.m. First United Meth- na. Installation of officers will be held. All members Character." Call 526-3142
the amount paid for the space a6tually odist Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored encouraged to come and bring a friend. $5 co-pay
occupied by that portion of the advertise- by Marianna Optimist Club for studnts for students per member. For more info call 482-5255. St. Anne Thrift Store 9 am. to 1 p.m. St
8 18 years of age in Jackson County. All students Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna.
ments in which the error occurred, whether and their parents are welcome. Players of all skill Alcoholics Anonymous OpenMeeting 8-9 Call 482-3734
such error is due to the negligence of the levels including beginners are welcome. Call 693- h. in the AA room First United Methodist
pu. Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida Soci-
publisher's employees or otherwise, and 0473. ety, Sons of the American Revolution meeting
there shall be not liability for non-inser- n Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Noon at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna for
tion of any advertisement beyond the Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult TUESDAY, JAN. 7 annual officer installation meeting. Program by
amount paid for such advertisement. This and teen meetings to "overcome'hurts, habits and n Late registration 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Chipola Dale Cox, speaking on" Daniel Boone in Florida."
hang-ups:' Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call College Spring classes begin for terms A &B. For Anyone interest in SAR welcome. For more info call
newspaper will not knowingly accept or 209-7856, 573-1131. information, call 718-2211 or visit 594-6664.
publish illegal mateial of any kind. Advertis- The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
ing which expresses preference based on email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
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NEWS PUBLISHED Marianna Police Jackson County civil dispute, one trespass ing the latest reporting periods:
The Jackson County Floridan will publish Department Sheriff's Office complaint, one garbage com- Trashad Roberts, 23, 2833
The Jackson County Floridan will publish plaint, one juvenile complaint, Washington St., Maianna,
news of general interest free of charge. The Marianna Police De- The Jackson County Sheriff's two suicide attempts or threats, possession of marijuana with
Submit your news or Community Calendar partment listed the following Office and county fire/rescue one animal complaint, one intent to distribute, possession
events via email, fax, mail, or hand delivery, incidents for Dec. 30, the latest reported the following inci- noise disturbance, six property of cocaine, tampering with
available report: One suspi- dents for Dec. 30, the latest checks, one assist of a motor- evidence.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, cious vehicle, one suspicious available report: One drunk ist or pedestrian, one assist David Carpenter, 54, 5151
anniversary and birth announcements. t-- '. incident, two pedestrian, one dead person of another agency, one child Lynch Drive, Matianna, viola-
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. suspicious ,three abandoned vehicles, abuse complaint, one public tion of state probation.
Photographs must be of good quality and persons, one one suspicious vehicle, two service call, one 911 hang-up, Donald Melvin, 47, 915 Castle
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the R E burglary, two suspicious incidents, four two criminal registrations, one Drive, Alford, felony criminal
right to edit all submissions. ,.' : verbal distur- suspicious person, one clothing welfare check and two viola- mischief
bances, seven escort, one burglary, one verbal tions of injunctioi.
GETTING IT RIGHT traffic stops, two follow-up disturbance, one woodland Jail Population: 197
The Jackson County Floridan's policy investigations, one suicide fire call, 18 medical calls, four Jackson County
is to correct mistakes promptly. To attempt or threat, one animal burglar alarms, 20 traffic stops, Correctional Facility To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
report an error, please call 526-3614 complaint, six property checks, one larceny complaint, one at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
Monday-Friday. three public service calls and 10 attempted theft, one crimi- The following persons were agency. To report a wildlife violation, call
home security checks. nal mischief complaint, one booked into the county jail dur- 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


(850) 482-3051


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Marriages a Sarah Jeanette Ham-
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Local & State Briefs
Men charged with invasion.
stealing puppies
PENSACOLA -Author- Thank you
ities in the Panhandle say From the family of Ver-
they have arrested two mell Hall: We would like to
19-year-old men in con- thank everyone who sent
nection with an armed a card,,brought food or
robbery that included said a prayer in the death
stealing puppies at of our mother. We would
gunpoint. like to especially thank
the ladies mom worked
Journal reported on Mon- with, all of her friends,
day that the men were with, all of her friends,
arrested by the Escambia herchurch family, Gn-
County Sheriffs Of- tiva and Emerald Coast
fice following a Sunday Hospice as well as Rev.
morning home invasion Byron Dekle.and Deacon
and robbery. Mitch Hayes. May God
The men have been richly bless each of you.
charged with home From local, wire reports
a tte yhe Disabled American Veterans hosted their annual Christmas party and gave a
generous donation of $200 toward gifts for the Veterans at Marianna Health and
o Rehabilitation Center. Left to right are Jerry McCormick, Leon Kelly, Millie Bowling,
Price C. Snellgrove, Gene R. Peacock, Epoch E. Williams and Carlos M. Jones.
Tue (M) 14-5 :8-5-24
( 8 8-24-28-34-36

d ( Aulitions for Chipola 'Sound of Music' on Jan. 6
Special to the Floridan
) 09-3 3-922 1-22-27 Chipola College Theatre will hold
S(M) 2auditions for "The Sound of Music,"
Sat (E 1228 64 2 4 1719249 Monday, Jan. 6, in the Chipola Cen-
Sat (M4 4 9 ter for the Arts. Ages first grade and
Sun (E) 12/29 61 4up are welcome. No previous experi-
Sun ence is required.
Those auditioning for the Von
Trapp children will audition at 5 p;m.
Adults and all others will audition at
Saturday 1228 83544515 P1 6:30 p.m.
dnes 2/25 233856 PB 32 Call-back auditions are Tuesday,
Jan. 7, at 6 p.m. "The Sound of Mu-
sic" is a musical with music by Rich-
ard and Hammerstein.
Many songs from the musical have
become standards, such as "Edel- Ev'ry Mountain, "Do-Re-Mi," and Contact Charles Sirmon, 850-718-
weiss," "My Favorite Things," "Climb the title song "The Sound of Music." 2227;

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Editorial Roundup 01

A mariti me

disaster waits
It is not a wildly risky prediction to say that we have
a maritime disaster somewhere in our future;
Cruise ships are getting ever larger and carrying
ever larger numbers of passengers, more than could be
comfortably or efficiently removed from the ship in the
event of a fire or a sinking.
In January 2012, the U.S. Costa Concordia, with 4,252
people aboard, ran aground on a clearly visible island
off the coast of Italy, with the loss of 32 lives. Because of
Sdelays in implementing safety procedures and language ..
barriers among the crew and passengers, the ship was ,
not abandoned in an orderly fashion, and th'e captain,
rather than stick with his ship as law and tradition de-
mand, left about an hour before most of his passengers.
Last February, a small fire that shouldhave easily .
been contained caused the Carnival Triumph to drift .
helplessly around the Gulf of Mexico for four days with-
out cooked food and without proper sewage disposal
in parts of the ship. The ship and its hungry and filthy
passengers were eventually towed ashore.
The size of these ships seems to exacerbate the prob-
lems once trouble strikes. And the ships keep getting.
bigger. Currently, the world's largest cruise ship is Royal to d b e
Caribbean's Allure of the Seas with 2,706 rooms capable
of accommodating 6,300 passengers and 2,394 crew, e
members on 16 decks. There are 22 restaurants, 20 bars,.
a shopping mall and a casino. The Allure's size would BY JAMES F.BURNS each seek out our own better place.
make it one of the world's 30 largest hotels accommo- Liberty? We enter governmental
dated ina single structure. h. : silence of a cemetery. bands and bonds to secure the
Tle Chicago Hyatt Regency, generally accounted as a A chiseled hand on an old common good but must fighf to '
large hotel, has 2,026 rooms. Unlike laid-basedthotels, gravestone points upward. preserve our individual liberty.,
the passengers on a cruise ship cannot go outside and "Gone to a far better place." Then and now. ,
stand on the sidewalk when trouble strikes. The cemetery is sited on a hillside The pursuit of heaven was the
The likelihood is that cruise ships will become bigger above a meandering creek. Long pursuit of happiness for most of
and more opulent simply because cruising has become ago, laughing children leaped from bur ancestors. The keys to the
so popular. In figures cited by The NewYork Times, the rock to rock in pursuit of elusive' kingdom were the Ten Command-
trade association of cruise lines said its North American minnows and'roamed through ments. They speak to all people of
members carried 17 million passengers in 2012, up nearbywoods. Echoes of their all/faiths and are righteous rules of
from 7 million in 2000. laughter soon faded into silence. conduct for a nation of laws and
The responsibility for ensuring that the ships are safe, Theylived out their lives and were not men (humankind).
well-maintained and manned by adequately trained brought back here to be buried by The buried man's father and his'
crews seems scattered across a variety of public and their children. shopkeeper friend had immigrated
private agencies,.the cruise lines themselves and the "Gone to a far better place." from the north of Ireland in the late
countries under whose flags of convenience they sail. Heavenly wisdom or meaningless 1700s. Letters from their families
Meanwhile, the sheer size of the ships demands a words? Can we pause in our mad- were filled with biblical advice to
greater reliance on automation. cap pace of leaping place to place "shun bad company and keep the
With evermore and everlarger ships headed to a rela- in pursuit of earthly goals to listen? Sabbath." Return letters'thanked'
tively limitednumber of destinations, it would seem Our ancestors knewhardship and their parents for instilling virtues
that maritime trouble of some kind is inevitable. heartache. And yet they persevered in them and spokeiofseeingthem
The Marietta (Ga.) Daily Journal f.rheavenfly rewards unnsenrand once again "in mansions&of never- -
unknown- known only to a cre- ending felicity" where the hand
ator who endowed them (and us) points. Honor thy father and thy kind, considerate, and courageous
S 0 14 exte d with unalienable rights of life, lib- mother, And as they did in this in the here'and now. Our ancestors'
fl1 e xten d flerty, and the pursuit of happiness. country, so their own children did. revolution forliberty allows us to
IJ ' F vLife? The man whose meta- We see examples and set ex-. : have a resolution to dobetter. May
"1 bf 1i s phorical hand points upward. on amples for others- of behaior we we so resolve.
T 'l Sene- o his tombstone lost his brother and always seek t, better. As we enter :
n J1 t iL b e ef t sister to a frontier fever. His parents a new year, let us simply resolve to JamesF. Burnsis a retired professor at the
buried those children andmoved 'o bettr' as pesn, m, University of Florida. His ancestor lies buried in
buried those children and moved "'do better'- as a person, as a family ers ,a.@Ius n
oaaa amily the Rapp Cemetery in Clermont County, Ohio.
he new year wil start for many Americans not onward, downriver by flatboat to as anation. Yes, gone to a far better The damaged tombstone is once again pointing
S. with cheers but with tears. They are among the a"far better place." For them. We place. But we get there by being upward.
,' 1.3 million whose federaljbbless benefits ended ._
when Congressfailed to extend the aid program for
another year. Another estimated 1.9 million who would sT; C an r
hae qualified for the benefits in the first half of 2014 tw as the o y
will also find the help door closed.
At a time when long-term joblessness remains exorbi- BY BEN BOYCHUK AND JOEL MATHIS food restaurants pay them, much chemical weapons against civilians.
Stantlyhigh higher than it was during the 1980s reces- less save money to send kids to His blink
sion- Congress' failure to keep this benefit in placeis iere was no presidbntial college, without resorting to public Butin the end, it would have to
a kick in the gut to Americans who are already down for election in 2013, butthe subsidies like food stamps to make be the self-immolation of Obama's
the count and struggling mightily to get up. .. year provided America with ends meet. Which means, yes, that signature domestic policy achieve-
Critics have said the extenid'edbenefits discourage the plenty of stories to care about: The you the taxpayer are already sub- ment that will be remembered as
unemployed from accepting jobs and that the program launch of Obamacare, the near-war sidizing the wages of McDonald's the most important story of this ;
should be curtailed, givenithe recovery in the nafion's with Syria over cheinical w6apons, employees, storied year.
labor market. the Boston Marathon bombings, Over the next fewyears, how to Obanracare's spectacular'flame-
But while studies show benefits may discourage some and many more. Some stories were either accommodate or reverse out had'little to do with a website's
of the short-term unemployed from seeking-jobs, that's one-offs; others will ripple forward those trends will be at the center failure to launch. The president.
simply not the case for the long-term unemployed for into the future. of our politics. Some conservatives drew a preposterous red line with
which these benefits would help. And-for the long-term Which story in 2013 might have have already talked about creat- health care reform, too. "If you -
jobless, the job market remains bleak. the most impact going forward? ing a taxpayer-funded national like your doctor, you will be able
Labor Department statistics underscore the reality: At Joel Mathis and Ben Boychuk, guaranteed minimum wage so that' to keep yoiir doctor, period," he
the end of October, there were 3.9 million job openings the RedBlueAmerica columnists, companies that.offer low-paying, famously said. "If you like your
across the United Statek. That same month, 11.3 million debate the issue. 1 iw- skill jobs. can stay competitive health care plan, pyoull be able to
people werelooking forwork but couldn't finrid it. Joel Mathis with each other without doing any- keep your health care plah, period.
Long-term unemployment is the highest it has ever Mathis thing so rash as spend their own No oone will take it away, no matter
been with 4 million Americans out of work for more The most consequential story of profits to pay a living wage to their what."
than six months, about 1 million higherthan itwas 2013? Easy: The so-called "fast food workforce. A few million insurance policy
at its previous peak during the recession in the 1980s. strikes" that occurred at restaurants Many Republicans have-spent cancellations later, most everyone
When President GeoreW. Buish signed a bill extending around'the country. recent years pretending income recognizes the president's promise
Wlongtermjobless benefits, the unemployment ratedwas Why the most consequential? inequality doesn't matter. That was as empty as his threats against
ngern joess benefts, the une en t rate was Because it threwinto stark relief a answer is no longer viable. Ouir next Assad.
56three recessnt. It's Congress didn't etoday And extended aid of the past reality that has increasingly con- debates will be about how to fix it. But enterprise was clearly in
three lsong-m rate s drpdnto endxte duntil -cerned both liberals and econo- And 2013 willbe seen as the year trouble when the president in July
the long-term rate dropped to 1.3 pecent. Currentlyn mists for years: Income inequality those debates got under way in decided to delay until 2015 enforce-
's 2.6 percent, accrding to the Center on Bdget ad is growing in this country, creating earnest. ment of the law's employer man-
Policy Priorities. That's as bad as the peak oflong-term a systemin which a fewwealthy date. That's the requirement that
unemployment in any previous recessioi since the end. citizens absorb all the wealth, while Ben Boychuk all.employers with more than 50
of World War II. sewwealthy a m y
oforld ar ce Mishel, president of the Economic Poli the rest of us work harder and hard- Tough year, 2013. It's not easy to workers provide health insurance.
Lawrence Mishel, president of the Economic Policy er for ever-diminishing returns. pin down just one vital develop- Many employers had already
Institute inWashington, is right. Cutting off these That inequality has been grow- ment. The United States Supreme begun slashing full-time employ-
benefits "lacks compassion for the victims of the reces- ing steadily for 40 years, masked to Court's decisions in June on same- ees' hours to soften the mandate's
sion and, economically, it's shooting ourselves in the some extent by the rise of a two- sex niarriage will reverberate across impact.
foot. The timing is very premature. The evidence is that working-parent niddle class, and the legal, political, and cultural Now the administration is se-
people who want work can't find it." then to a greater extent by various landscapes for years to come. Next lectively postponing enforcement
Extending benefits for another year would cost bubbles tech, then housing up: the fight over religious liberty. of the law's individual mandate,
$25 billion but spur the economy enough to create that made it appear wealth was NewYorkers' decision to elect as which has been the cause of so
about 200,000 jobs, the Congressional Budget Office growing along with productivity in their mayor Bill de Blasio, a left- much angst in recent weeks. All of
estimated, this country. It wasn't. wing populist firebrand, might well the White House's delays and ad
Senate MajorityLeader Harry Reid, a Democrat from We know that now. We know that, have set the stage to undo two de- hoc fixes are mere palliatives. The
Nevada, said he will bring up an extension when Con- in this painfully pitiful recovery, cades of work that made one of the law itself is fatally flawed. Perhaps
gress reconvenes next month. And a bipartisan plan one of the fastest-growing job most dangerous cities in America Congress can finally repeal it in
for a three-month extension is being urged by Senators segments natidnally is in fast food. into one of the safest. 2014.
Jack Reed, D-R.I., and Dean Heller, R-NV; while Con- We know that the occupants of President Obama signaled to
gress figures out a way to cover the cost. The House, those jobs are not, as popular myth the world that.U.S. foreign policy Ben Boychuk is associate editor of the Manhat-
'which stymied previous efforts, should get on board would have it, jqst teens, but plenty could not be taken seriously. If tan Institute's City Journal. Joel Mathis is
too. ofworking-age and mid-career Obama wasn't prepared to back his associate editor for Philadelphia Magazine
Extending these benefits will be good for the recipi- adults. These are hard-working words with deeds in Syria, he never online. Reach them at bboychuk@city-journal.
ents, and good for the country. people who cannot afford to live should have drawn a "red line" over org, or ww.w.facebook,,
I The Charlotte Observer on the minimum wage that the fast President Bashar al-Assad's use of com/benandjoel


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Ameris Bancorp, the conversion of Prosperity of protein powder and system. fiber supplements can water.
parent company of Am- Bank operating systems to
eris Bank, is pleased to Ameris Bank is scheduled*
announce the merger be- forlate anuary 2014. Once Retirement unikely for some blue-collar Americans
tween Ameris Bank and the conversion of systems
Prosperity Bank was com- is complete, Ameris Bank BY EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS consultant Mike Salisbury
pleted on Monday, Dec. 23, customers will- have ac- The Associated Press of American Falls, Idaho,
2013. cess to 12 additional con- has spent more than three
Andy Cheney, Ameris venient banking offices Tom Edwards grew up in decades helping farmers
Bank president and chief located throughout Jack- afamilythat's been cutting plan their financial fu-
operating officer, stated, sonville, St. Augustine and trees and hauling timber tures. He said the biggest
"We are excited the merger Panama City in the Pacific Northwest concern for most is suc-
of Prosperity Bank with Eddie Creamer, former for iore than a century. cession whether any
Ameris Bank'is now final- Prosperity Bank CEO and The Spanaway, Wash., res- children want the farm
ized. This merger offers now Ameris Bank regional ident says he has worked once'a farmer retires.
great opportunity and president for the newly ac- as a logger since he was "Now, statistics pretty
paves the way for an even quired Prosperity Bank lo- a kid it's just what an well show that about two-
more promising future for cations, commented "We able-bodied youngster thirds of farm families do
our customers, employees are thrilled to be a part of was expected to do. not have successors inter-
and company. the Ameris Bank team. This Now, at 53, with business THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ested in coming back into
"Ameris Bank, like Pros- merger gives us the oppor- in a slump and little mon- Tom Edwards poses for a portrait with his chain saw and the business," Salisbury
perity Bank, is a commu- tunity to continue provid- ey in savings, he's pessi- logging clothes Dec. 19,2013 in the woods near Spanaway, said. Without someone to
nity bank with strong core ing personalized solutions mistic about his chances Wash. take over the family busi-
values, a passion for ex- and exceptional customer of retiring, is expected to continue incomes. ness, farmers look for an
cellent customer service, service. Our banking team "It's never goiig to hap- growing, according to the "Whether they have the' exit strategy, he said.
and a belief in the power remains in place and fully pen. By the time I reach "The Oxford Handbook 401(k) is not the decisive He said farmers ap-
of community. As we work committed to providing retirement age, therewon't of Retirement 2013." The factor in influencing how proaching retirement
Sover the next month to solutions to meet individ- be Social Security. There's group comprised 12.4 per- well," Wang said. want to know how to con-
fully integrate Prosper- ual banking needs." not going to be any mon- cent of the workforce, in "Whether they have their vert the equity in their
ity Bank int6 Ameris Bank, Ameris Bank is head- ey," Edwards said. "I'll do 1998. The share jumped to own house is a big factor." land, fixtures, buildings
we constantly remember quartered in Moultrie, like my father did: I'll work 18.1 percent in 2008 and is Farmers, loggers and and machinery into cash
how important'all of our Ga., and has over 70 loca- 'til I die." expected to be almost 25 other agriculture workers without having to paythe
customers are and remain tions in Georgia, Alabama, Across the U.S., such percent by 2018. often have their wealth upper tax rates or having
attentive to any concerns Florida and South Caro- concerns are common The book is edited by tied up in their homes or to pay taxes in a lump sum
or questions they might lina. The parent company, among .blue-collar baby Mo Wang, co-director work property. Business the day assets are sold.
have." Ameris Bancorp is listed boomers the 78 million of the Human Resource
Beginning Thursday, on NASDAQ under the Americans bor between Research Center at the
Dec. 26, 2013 new Ameris symbol ABCB. For more 1946 and 1964. Many have University of Florida's i
Bank signage will be dis- information about Ameris jobs that provide paltry Warrington College of Lre M t
played at all former Pros- Bank, please visit us online pensions or none at all, Business Administration.
perity Bank locations. The as many companies have Inaninterview,Wangsaid Sat., Dec. 14 6 pm
_ _ _been moving toward less it's a misconception that Sun., Dec. 15* 6 pm
generous retirement pack- lower-wage workers are
Target re eal a ther snaf ages in the past decade. slackers in preparing for
Many boomers expect to retirement.
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"We are aware that some because they have little enough for their own re-
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getting, hit with another not fully activated and age and they worry Social lack financial literacy
lump of coal this holiday apologize for the inconve- Security won't cover their skills, Wang said. Also, he
season. The nation's sect nience," company spokes- bills. Some hope to move said it can be incorrect
ond-largest discount re- womani Molly Snyder said to jobs that are less physi- to assume that people Li
tailer said Tuesday that in a statement emailed to cally demanding. with lower incomes have ?? ]I ffr^^B ^
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of gift cards sold over the Tie problem comes less ers who are 55 and older than people with higher ] *'[ ,* .
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imnating After year of struggles, little girl dances
impersonating officer
TAMPA- A Tampa BY LAURA C. MOREL first set. In August, she underwent another But watching Ireland thrive helps him heal.
Bay area man is facing Tampa Bay Times surgery to remove growing bone in her legs. "She's doing everything she wants," he
charges after authorities But Ireland is quickly adapting to her new said.
say he used red and blue PALM HARBOR life, her parents said. On a recent Sunday, Ireland, the youngest
emergency lights to stop a uring her first dance lesson, "She's doing so much better," said Nicole, of seven children, roller-skated with some
Tampa police officer. Ireland Nugent, dressed in black 31. "Ifs not going to be all sunshine and ros- help during her sister Ariyana's 10th birthday
Police say 24-year-old tihts and a inktutu dress that es, but it's not going to be all dreary either." party at a Tarpon Springs skating rink.
Jonathan Charles Stevens -ghts p About a month ago, several businesses, At her twice-weekly physical therapy
identified himself as a stopped just above her prosthetic legs, including Home Depot and International sessions at All Children's Hospital, Ireland
Homeland Security officer stood still before a full-length mirror. Granite & Stone, began renovating the. is now practicing to run on her legs and
Sunday night and told the When the dance teacher demonstrated Nugents' Palm Harbor home for free. recently used a tricycle for the first time.
officer that he wanted to to the group of half a dozen little girls how The improvements will make the four-bed- Nicole said she tries to make Ireland use her
report a reckless driver, to spin with their arms arched above them, room, two-bath house completely acces- legs every day.
Police say Stevens was Ireland, 3, watched the instructor for a few sible for Ireland. The carpet was ripped out, This month, Ireland started dance lessons
carrying a gun and had a seconds. Then she stretched her own arms replaced by tile and wood floors throughout at the Premier Dance Academy in Clearwa-
badge around his neck, above her head of curly blond hair that was so Ireland can learn to walk on both tektures. ter, where she is learning ballet, tap dancing
but his white Chevy Tahoe pulled into a tight bun for the class, and The kitchen cabinets and appliances will be and tumbling. Her therapists told Nicole the.
was not registered to any spun slowly. replaced. The work is scheduled to be com- lessons will improve Ireland's coordination
government agency. After Her mother, Nicole Nugent, watched from pleted by late January, the Nugents said. and balance, as well as force her to lift one
further questioning by the outside the studio and recorded her daugh- Since the accident, donations have trickled leg at a time and bend her knees, move-
officer, Stevens report- ter's first dance lesson on her phone. in. Jerry, a Pinellas County building mainte- ments she still struggles to do.
edly admitted that he was Just six months ago, Ireland began to walk nanceworker, said he had trouble accepting "This is like a second physical therapy for
actually a member of law on her first set of prosthetic legs. it all at first. her," Nicole said.
enforcement. Now, Ireland is learning to dance. "Over the last eight, nine months," he During.a recent class, Ireland held onto
Stevens was arrested "She has no fear," Nicole said. said, "I've just had to learn to accept and be a bar during the tap dancing portion. She
and charged with imper- On April 10, Ireland lost her lower legs grateful." continued to slip, but maintained a grip on
sonating a police officer, and feet when her father, Jerry, accidentally Jerry, 48, said he has also had to let go of the bars and lifted herself up each time.
unlawful use of a blue light backed over her with his riding lawn mower the guilt that sometimes lingers when he She emerged from the studio briefly for a
and carrying a concealed in the driveway of the family's Palm Harbor thinks about the accident. He and Nicole still bathroom break. Nicole carried her into a
firearm. He was later home. go to counseling. restroom. Afterward, she walked toward the
released on $17,500 bail. Then came a whirlwind of surgeries, doctor "You always want to be thereto protect studio again as Nicole held the door.
Jail records didn't list an visits and physical therapy. Ireland received and be the hero for your kids," he said, "not "Ready?" her mother asked her.
attorney, prosthetic legs in June, and then a replace- be part of the reason why they are in the "I'm back!" Ireland yelled as she toddled
ment pair in October when she outgrew the position they are in." inside, not looking back.
Daytona Beach boy, 2,
drowns in pond 6 * i ''
DAYTONA BEACH-A ELagerfelddesignsup or auction
2-year-old boy is dead af- 0 .-'
ter falling into a retention The Associated Press Richards, kept Lagerfeld's
pond behind his house in designs and sketchbooks
Daytona Beach. WEST PALM BEACH together with other work
Police say the child was Half a century after Karl produced for the fashion
playing near the water Lagerfeld first drew her in house in the 1960s, and the
with a sibling on Monday. a blue tunic and a plaid, 'w archive was maintained by JCFLORiDAN.COM.
They were apparently buckled coat, the woman subsequent owners.
throwing toys into the in a fashion sketch for the The sketches might not
water when Clayton Bland House ofTizianstill seems: B have survived if they were BE FORE'
fell in. No one knows how ready to saunter off the left in Lagerfeld's hands. In
long he was submerged. page and into the street. 2007, as a nearby waste- TH E
The Daytona Beach Otherwomen in sketches basket filled with discard-
News-Journal reports -alongthe same wall at Palm ed sketches, Lagerfedold BOT OM
neighbor Rhonda Moore Beach Modem Auctions The New Yorker, "I throw
jumped into the water and are drawn in outfits justas .. THEASSOCIATORESS everythingaway!" DROPS
grabbed the child. She 'chic but the o se by'ages. Aframed Elizabeth Taylor photo sits i front of drawings that Headded, "The most im-
grabbed the child. She ut t byLg were made for her dresses on Monday. A 50-year-old archive portant piece of furniture OUT
The child was taken to,the much as the meticu fcrwd: r of Karl Lag rfeld's early fashio n designs is going up in a house is the garbage
hospital, where hedied a lously groomedhead de- auctiin WesPaBeach Inthe SELLYOUR
designing for Taylor and other celebrities while working for can! I keep no atchive
short time later. signer and creative direetor the House of Tiziani in Rome. of my own, no sketches,
The Department of for Chanel does himself., no photos, no clothes. GOLL
Children and Families "There's attitude in her," nothing! I am supposed
was called to the scene. said Rico Baca, auction- recognized worldwide for -show the creativity of a to do, I'm not supposed to AT
They will investigate the eer and co-owner of the his -white ponytail, black young designer makinghis remember!"
circumstances of the West Palm Beach atction sunglasses and black-and- mark. Along with memorabilia
boy's death. It wasn't clear house. white attire that includes "He finished off the fit," between Richards and Tay-
whether charges would be Baca hopes, that atti- high, starched collars. He' Baca said. lor, Lagerfeld's work is the Ml M
filed. tude and the Lagerfeld also has branched out into The sketches more than highlight ofthe auction.
signature attracts buy photography and film di- illustrate, a designer's Baca said he couldn't ai nit
Judge nixes welfare ers to a Jan. 11 auction of recting and has published vision for an outfit. estimate the value of the i o i
digteting an archive of sketches for a unique diet book after They're really blueprints 'unique archive as a whole, 4432 Lafayete Street
ngtesting Tiziani designs. shedding more than 90 used to communicate spe- but bidding on the sketch- 526-5488
ORLANDO -A federal In the 1960s, the Rome- poundsto fit into clothes cific information to the es likely will start at $500
judge on Tuesday struck based Tiziani designed cut for younger, slimmer team that produces each each.
down a Elorida law requir- movie costumes and cloth- male models. outfit- from the designer .. .
ing applicants for welfare ingforElizabethTaylorand At Tiziani, though, he to the patternaker, fabric /
benefits to undergo man- other celebrities. It also was a hired hand, a young buyers, salespeople and Lda
datory drug testing, ruling was one of the European ready-to-wear designer other staff. The Tiziani ar-
it was unconstitutional fashion houses where La- among dozens of others chive,whichincludesmore Broker/Owner
and shouldn't be enforced. gerfeld freelanced, early in doing similar work for big- than 300 drawings, high- (850) 209-4705 cell
U.S. District Judge Mary his career as a designer, ger houses.' lights the shift in fashion
Scriven's 30-page order Lagerfeld built his fash- The details Lagerfeld from haute couture worn
made permanent an ear- ion legend through ten- added to sketches for only by wealthy women to
lier, temporary ban.on the ures at Chloe, Fendi, Taylor and other models ready-to-wear designs that ( 1'-Century 21 4630Hwy.90
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Schoo ees, with the Teacher of the lar, Malone School had
Schools Year Award given to Cor- high hopes for the season
nelius JaJuan Clark from but had their state playoffs
FromPagelA Graceville High; School hopes dashed by Holmes
This program has suc- Rookie Teacher of the Year County with a stunning
cessfully kept students in title given to Patrick Jones 55-47 defeat in the 1A Re-
school, while still institut- of Sneads Elementary gional Playoff.
ing consequences for dis- School, and the 2013 Viv- The girls' high schools
cipline infractions. ian E Ford School-Related teams also had strong sea-
Another initiative, one Employee of theYearbeing sons, with the Cottondale
implemented on the rec- named Teresa M. Taylor of Lady Hornets making it to
ommendation from high Marianna High School. the state playoffs, -where
school principals, was that Legislative changes and they fell to the South Wal-
of a uniform dress code. mandates continued to ton Seahawks in the first
After much deliberation, be a focus in the district, round.
a plan was agreed on be- Changes that come with Hope School continued
tween the board and dis- the implementation of its domination in basket- -
trict administrators and Common Core were the fo- ball in Special Olympics
students began the year cus of training with teach- and was declared state
wearing jeans or khaki ers and curriculum. The champion in 2013, giving it
pants or shorts and polo initiative to have students back-to-back titles. In the
shirts in school designated "college and career ready" spring, baseball and soft- MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN FILE
colors. While the initial re- continued to be a major ball teams had strong runs In March, members of the Hope School Falcons basketball team were greeted by a cheering
action amongstudents and push. A positive that came in district play, including crowd in honor'of their second consecutive state championship win in the Florida Special
some parents was hesitan- out of Tallahassee during Sneads High baseball and Olympics State Basketball Games.
cy, after the implementa- legislation was the Teacher Sneads High and Marianna
tion it was embraced and Salary Allocation which softball teams, which won state final. C (missed the required cell and spent four days in Oc-
supported. enabled the district to give District Championships. size by 1 student). Elemen-. tober in the district office
Another extremely suc- instructional staff a raise The fall of 2013 saw sev- Grade tary and middle schools and at schools reviewing
cessful program that was beyond a step increase eral high school football receive school grades data and visiting class-
implanted was the "Back- for the first time in several teams started the season Schools performed well based on performance on rooms. The team recom-
pack Weekend Feeding years. The district and the under new head coaches. in the Florida School Ac- the Florida Comprehen- mended the assignment of
Program." This program, Jackson County Educators There were ups and downs countability System, in sive Assessment Test. High District Accreditation and
under the leadership of Association negotiated the for teams. The season spite of raised rigor and school grades include commended the district
Michael Kilts, provides structure of the allocation ended with Cottondale changes in the systen. The FCAT and End of Course in many areas. As a part of
weekend bags of easily and were among the first High and Graceville High grades for 2013 were: Riv- exam scores, along with the self-assessment for the
accessible food for needy districts in the state to fi- making it to the Regional erside and GolsonElemen- graduation rates, data on accreditation process, the
students. This program is nalize the agreement. Semifinals. On a high note tary- B, Marianna Middle students taking Advanced district revised its mission
strictly donation funded for Jackson County high B, Graceville Elementa- Placement and Dual En- statement and included
and volunteers provide rts school sports,- the Sneads ry B, Grand Ridge B, rollmentcourses and oth- the motto "Building a Bet-
the manpower to make it a po High School girls' vol- Sneads Elementary A, er data. ter Community, One Stu-
success. District high school bas- leyball team, under the Cottondale Elementary Also n 2013, Jackson dent at aTime" as a focus
ketball teams were in full direction of Coach Shelia B, Graceville High School- County obtained its first for the district.
Awards force in early 2013, with Roberts, finished the year A, Sneads High School-A, District Accreditation Overall, it can be said
girls arid boys teams from by claiming State Cham- Malone School B, Mari- designation as a team of that 2013 was a successful
In February the district district schools showing pionship 'by defeating anna High Schol B, and reviewers from fhe Ad- year for the Jackson Coun-
recognized top employ- much promise. In particu- Baker High School in the Cottondale High School- vancEDorganizationcame ty School District.

Obituary properties were taken down. The PublW s Began construction of natural
and Sis city's Comprehensive Plan was In the PublicWorks Department gas line to Greenwood, with Rural
Funera l m me completely revised to map and which covers water, wastewa- Business Enterprise grant from
Maddox Chapel From Page A zone property that has been an- ter, streets and facilities, natural USDA, Rural Development.
4278 Lafayette Street citys Water and Natural Gas Au- nexed into the city. gas and airport, has completed a Began construction of sewer
Marianna, Florida 32446 tomated Meter Reading Change- The city also received a $300,000 another banner year of projects, lining/rehabilitation project of
850.482.2332 Out Program, replacing old me- Rural Infrastructure Fund Grant such as: the city's sewer collection system.
ters with new meters that can be to pay for technical services as- h Completed Phase II Road o Completed rehabilitation
Anna-Lynn read electronically. sociated with having both the air- Project which included water work of the city communications
Hancock port properties and distribution distribution system replacement tower at Public Works on South
ancocMarianna Health & park properties certified through and road reconstruction for Russ Street.
irianna Health & a Site Certification process made Street, Cedar Street, Noland Street, w Completed the construction
Miss Anna-Lynn Han- Rehabilitation Center available through Gulf Power. Oats Street, Herring Avenue, West of extending taxiway at city's air-
cock, 16, of Campbellton MHRC upgraded its payroll sys- Jackson Street. port for runway 18-36.
29, 2013 at Sacred Heart tem to an automated, biometric )) Water Distribution System on Completed landscaping proj-
29, 2013 at Sacred Heart R rt D am 1n tt- i ir _r *
Hospital in Pensacola. hand reader, making the payroll Recreation Department Jefferson Street replaced. ect at Noland and Chipola River
Born in Dothan Alaba- process a paperless one. The Recreation Department a Natural gas line to Dairy Bridge on U.S. 90.
ma, Anna-Lynn resided in A major project was completed has been extremely busy this year Queen completed. w Completed the construc-
Campbellton and was a at MHRC, where the entire floor with extended soccer seasons a Completed connection of over tion of new eight T-hangars and
student at Cottondale High covering in the facility was re- and a record number of kids in 10 businesses at 1-10 and S.R. 71 five shade hangars at the city's
School. She enjoyed life moved and new floor covering Jackson County using the city tothenewnaturalgasline. airport.
and being with friends and was installed. recreation facilities. 'The MIRE 7 Converted five vehicles to run a Completed the planning asso-
mentor to many. Her fa-
nn Also completedwas the acqui- Complex during spring, summer on natural gas to add to the exist- ciated with an update of the city's
vorite teacher wasH Mi sition of.the old county Health and fall continues to be rented ing three vehicles, airport layout plan.
Melvin and a special friend Department, which was accom- to organized travel baseball and Began construction of new a Completed reconsruction of
was Mrs. Tate. plished as a result of the Jackson softball leagues. natural gas fuel station. waste water lift stations on Book-
She was preceded in County Board of County Com- Travel ball has become a huge )) Completed the renovation er Street and Cedar Street.
death by her father, Dennis mission voting unanimously activity and because the city's fa- work at old UniMac/Alliance a Completed landscape proj-
Haniock; paternal grand- to approve the donation of the cility is such a quality facility that building to be the new home 8f ect on U.S. 90, near the Merle
father, Oris Hancock. property to the city for an upcom- the demand to play in Marianna Home Source International. Norman store.
Survivors include her ing expansion. typically brings 15 to 30 teams )) Began construction on new
mother, Sara Hancock; two from throughout the tri-state area elevated water tank at Marianna Overall, it has been a great year
sisters, Lindsay Hancock to participate in sports activities Airport/Industrial Park, with and the staff is excited about
and Emalee-Rose Henley; Municipal Development on a weekly basis during these CDBG funding. 2014 so that we can continue to
one brother, Brian Han-
cock; maternal grandpar- The Municipal Development times of the year. Began road reconstruction of make the city of Marianna and
ents, Bill and Glenda Hen- Department was awarded ap- The Recreation Department a portion of Industrial Park Drive, Jackson County a wonderful
ley all of Campbellton; pa- proximately $50,000 to update also was successful in bidding with CDBG funds which also in- place to live and a great place to
ternal grandparents, Jim the Land Development Code for for the right to have Dixie Youth cluded water, waste water, storm do business.
and Betty Russell of Gor- the City's Code of Ordinances. District Tournament held at the water, natural gas, and landscape The city of Marianna wishes ev-

Schoa t C ottondale Hi gh Brothers, to hel residents take care of reading your meter, you can just "James, go find the sidewalks."
Shane Skelton, Mark Pate, things that might fall outside his go up to and, ask him ques- They were all grown over with
Rich Ellingson and Brian From Page lA on-paper job description. Neither tions, learn something, get his ad- grass, Wilson recalled. He did that
Phillips officiating. Inter- he nor the city charged for those viceonthings,' Bowmansaid.Her task, uncovering them all over
ment will follow at Piney well-known special commitment extra services; it's a perk that family has employed himto do time to give his town a much-
Grove Cemetery in to the many elderly people in comes with living in a small town various maintenance tasks on his needed facelift and restoring-
Cottondale with James and town, makes Croxton onfident run bycaring individuals, private time,.but she said she and some much-needed pathways.
Sikes Funeral Home Mad- that Wilson will be willing, eager Wilson said he expects to be many other town residents could His retirement ceremony was a
dox Chapel directing, in fact, to help if called upon. in town often, as a civilian now, depend upon him to give of him- simple affair, held' TIesday in City
A celebration of Anna- According to them, Wilsonoften checking on the elderly custom- self at times without compensa-e Hall. He was given a plaque and
Lynn's life will be held after did favors for the older residents ers he cares so niuch about. He tion, as well. His soft spot for the a $600 check as the town wished
5 m4 Weanesd graynuary of town during his off-hours and also plans to establish a more aged is well established. "He's like him well and told him goddbye.
1, 2014 at her grandparents m I' going to continue tea
home at 2585 Devon Lane was watchful during his on-duty formal mowing service in his re- a good Samaritan," Bowman said. But although fellow employees
in Campbellton. a hours as well. Even though he has tirement years. When he's not in "He does a lot of things out of the were sad to see him go, there was
Visitation will be at 12 a sideline handyman business, he the middle of things in town or goodness of his heart, not neces- less sorrow in the parting than
noon until funeral time many times did littfe repairs or working his business, Wilson said sarily for money." might be. expected. That's per-
Thursday, January 2, 2014 maintenance jobs that he never he'll spend his timedwith his wife Wilson's employment with the haps because they suspected he'd
at Cottondale High School charged them for. He's also been of 44 years, Dorothy, and their city began during the adminis- crack the door of City Hall in the
gym. called on to pick someone up daughter, Elvira, as well as his 13- tration of former mayor C.D. Du- very near future to say hello and
If desired; contributions off the floor of their home when year-old granddaughter, Brianna. naway. Wilson recalled how it all see if they needed anything.
ay be made to thouse onal5200 they've fallen, or help someone As for retirement, Wilson said he happened.
McDonald RaHouse, 5200
Bayou Blvd. Pensacola, FL find a specialist repairman if he is content in it but that he found "I used to cut pulpwood for a
32503. couldh't do the job. great contentment in his job, as living, and I also worked some for FOlloW US On
Expressions of sympathy Many of the daily calls coming well. the research center out here" he Twitter
may be made online at into City Hall were for Wilson, "I enjoyed every day of it," Wil- said. "One day, the mayor asked Croxtonsaid. Peoplerespectedhis son said. "I'll be over here all the me if thought I could cut some -.
know-how and trusted his judg- time. I'm going to continue to pine tree limbs back away from a
ment on many things. "'Can you see about these elderly people on transformer without getting hurt.
get up with James?'- I heard that fixed incomes. I've been doing it I told him I could, and I did it.
a lot," Croxton said. "James has a so long, I can't just quit. I'm not The next thing you know, he said,
Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. big heart, and he taught me a lot, able to do all of what I used to "James, how would you like to
Your Local Florist and Gifts too, about things like water me- my knees are bad now but work for the town?' I've been here
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Michael's Toggery who believed in everyonie taking said she doesn't .know what the assignment is the stuff of town
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Nation and Utah Fight
World Briefs

Supreme Court

asked to block

A man runs as firecrackers GOy Dr PRo same- sex um ons
burst around him on the
street during the New Year
celebrations in Mumbai, India. 1JL The Associated Press She can act by herself or
get the rest of the court
World revelers SALT LAKE CITY- Utah involved.
welcome 2014 took its fight against gay "Numerous same-sex
marriage to the U.S. Su- marriages are now occur-
DUBAI, United Arab preme Court on Tuesday, ring every day in Utah,"
Emirates -With fire- asking the high court to Utah lawyers complain in
works, dancing and THEASSOCIATED PRESS suspend same-sexunions the filing.
late-night revelry, mil- (From left) Gina, Carmen and Elizabeth Lombardo are surrounded by memorabilia of their that became legal when "Each one is an af-
lions around the world uncle, big band leader Guy Lombardo, in Fort Myers on Dec. 12, 2012 a judge struck down front not only to the in-
welcomed 2014 on the state's voter-approved terests of the state and
huge displays of jubilation The heavily Mormon able to define marriage
and unity as the new year state wants the marriages through ordinary 'demo
arrived. tto stop while it appeals a cratic channels, but also
Dubai, a Persian Gulf city trove judge's decision, which to this court's unique role
known for glitz, glamour t s i 111 said banning gay cou- as final arbiter."
and over-the-top achieve- ples from niarrying vio-' Utah repeatedlystressed
ments like the world's The Associated Press full time because of work 1977, the legacy and rights lates their tight to equal that states have the au-
tallest skyscraper, sought and other obligations. to the orchestra passed treatment under the law. thority to define marriage
to break another record FORT MYERS Guy Other obstacles include from brother to brother. In papers filed Tuesday, as between a man -and
by creating the largest Lombardo's legacy still lack of a focused plan Lebert, the last remaining the state asked Justice woman. "That stateshave
fireworks show. hasn't found a home. on what to do with the brother, died on Sanibel in Sonia Sotomayor to over- a powerful interest in
In Ukraine, anti-govern- It's been nearly a year items, how they should 1993. All music, memora- turn a decision that has controlling the definition
ment protesters hoped to since a southwest Florida be archived, what legal bilia and rights to the or- led to more than 900 gay of marriage within their
set their own record for newspaper wrote about arrangements need to chestia passed to Lebert's marriages in Utah. So- borders is ifldisputable,"
the most people to sing a treasure trove of items be made and where the children, Gina; Elizabeth tomayor handles emer- Utah said in the filing.
a national anthem at the belonging to the late big money will come from. Lombardo of Fort Myers; gency requests from U.S. District Judge Rob-
same time. band leader, languishing "It's very difficult," said and Carmen Lombardo of Utah and other. Rocky ert Shelby's decision on
Crowds heading to New for about 40 yeats in two Gina Lombardo, of Fort Sanibel. Mountain states. Dec. 20 came as a shock
York City's Times Square South Fort Myers storage Myers, Guy Lombardo's None of the siblings are Sotomayor responded to many in the state,
could expect the tradition- units. .niece. People or entities in the music business. with a request for legal which approved the ban
al ball drop but no mayor The band was famous she's talked with don't Gina has spearheaded the briefs from same-sexcou- on same-sex marriage in
this year. The new year for its New Year's Eve have enough space for move to find a home for pies by Friday at noon. 2004.
was to be rung in by U.S. tunes and the midnight the items, and the fam- the items.
Supreme Court Justice ball drop in Times Square. ily doesn't know whether They include at least 100' Sa ic t 0 o f
Sonia Sotomayor instead. Lombardo earned the they should be separated, manila envelopes stuffed w,,, ,i
The Dubai skyline was nickname "Mr. NewYear's she said. with original band orches-
a canvas for a dazzling Eve." The band brought in Guy Lombardo and trations handwritten by David Malloy
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shaped island, with its Myers reports that the de- ert Lombardo. Carmen of episodes of the band's Email dlmallo ahooco
fronds and trunk shimmer- scendants of Lombardo was the songwriter, pen- 1950s TVshow. .
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Myers and on Sanibel Is- also created the orchestra contact her about the*
Health care law land, wanted to see the arrangements and sang. items are looking for
at a rossroads items on loan to a place Lebert played trumpet. memorabilia such as ob-
that would care for them Baby boomers will have jects and awards, Gina
WASHINGTON--All as archives and display memories of the band, said. 1
things good, bad and un- them to the public. whether their first en-
predictable converge with Initial contact between counter was dancing to
the new year for President some interested groups their music or hearing it
Barack Obama's health care and the Lombardos sput-,n itheir parents' or grand-
overhaul as the law's major teredout.Familymembers parents' homes.
benefits take effect, along can't' pursue the saich A ti bluy's death inl i o d eda
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AIS Basketball

Altha stuns poor-shooting Cottondale, 56-40
BY DUSTIN KENT more normal. I want the guys to believe a drive of his own to start the final period and have some confidence that they can and push the lead to 12, with another
win games like this in the district. We're three byYoung making it 44-29 with 6:59
COTTONDALE Altha basketball starting to get there." remaining.
hasn't exactly instilled fear in the oppo- Altha led 24-17 at the halftime break A basket by Art Platts off of a nice
sition over the years, but if the Wildcats after an 8-2 closing run, and then took bounce pass from Rogers capped off
keeping tacking on district wins, it just control in the second half thanks.largely a 12-0 Altha run to make it a 17-point
might. to the red-hot shooting of senior guard game with just over six minutes to play.
The Wildcats continued their hot start Nick Young, who made five of his six Cottondale got it backto 12 after a steal.
to the season Monday. night with an three-pointers in the game's final 16 and bucket from Kadeem Webb, but
impressive 56-40 road victory over the minutes. Young knocked down yet another triple -
Cottondale Hornets to improve to 5-1 in His first long ball of the second half moments later to put the Wildcats up 49-
league play and 9-2 overall. put the Wildcats up 27-19, and he added 34.
It's the kind of victory that is sure to another to make it 31-22 with 4:30 left in His sixth long ball of the night made it a
raise eyebrows around the district, but the period. 20-point Altha lead with 2:05 to play.
Altha coach Matthew Nichols said he The Hornets cut the deficit to five late "That's probably our best shooting
and his team hope to make such wins in the third after Undreyus Baker made night all season and we needed it," Nich-
seem less out of the ordinary. one of just two Cottondale three-point- ols said.
"At a small school like Altha, we're not ers on the night, but consecutive driving Young finished with 18 points to lead
used to beating some of these teams,' he bank shots by Kent Rogers gave theWild- the Wildcats, with Platts adding 17 and
said. "But we've got a good group with a cats a 38-29 edge going into the fourth. Cottondale's Tristan Braxton lays the ba S
lot of seniors and it's startingto get a little PJ ler converted a three-point play on See ALTHA, Page 3B game againstort St Joe on Saturday.


Indians win againDaytona
IIfor Lady

End non-conference h nd&Sians

with 2 more victories BYDUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan .com rThe No. 5 Chipola Lady
Indians traveled to Daytona
The No. 5 Chipola Indians wrapped up over the weekend to con-
their non-cbnhference schedule in fine fash- clude their non-conference
ion Monday in Panama City by outlasting schedule at the Daytona
USC-Salkehatchie 91-83 to cap a 2-0 stay at State Holiday Classic .and
the Gulf Coast Classic. came away with two more
Cinmeon Bowers put in 25 points and victories.
eight rebounds to lead the Indians, who won, After opening Sunday with
their seventh straight to improve to 14-1 on a 93-48 victory over Broward
the year heading into their Panhandle Con- 'College, the
ference opener Saturday in Pensacola. Lady Indi-
MThe Indians held off a game Salkehatchie ans came
squad that had already notched a win over bac k
defending national champion Central Flor- Mon-
ida earlier this season. day and
Chipola led 44-36 at halftime, but a 9-0 'knocked off
spcond half run gave Salkehatchie a 61-60 the host Day- tona
lrad with around eight minutes to play in State 63-40 to improve to 16-
the game. 1 on the season.
But the Indians answered with five straight On Sunday, sophomore
to regain the edge and didn't relinquish the Brianna Wright continued
lead again. her outstanding play in place
"It was a great game. Salkehatchie played of injured starting cetiter Ev-
reallywell," Chipola coach Patrick Blake said 'elyn Akhator by putting in a
after the game. "After they took the lead, we ganie-high 25 points on 10-
were able to string .together some good of- of-13 shooting.
fensive possessions and get some stops and Tiffany Lewis also had 21
take the lead back the-rest of the way." points on 5-of-7 from the
Sam Cassell, Jr. and Carlos Morris also had three-point line, while Rahni
16 points each for the Indians, with Torian Bell scored 15 points and
Graham scoring 15 points on 4-of-5 from the Treyvonna Brooks 11.
three-point line, and Demetrious Floyd put- Sade Tutson led Broward
ting in 10 points and six assists. with 13 points, with Stanetta
Denzel Collins led Salkehatchie with 20 Givens adding 11 and Jessica
points on 6-fo-8 shooting from deep, while Casanova 10.
Jimmy Givens and Darryl Bridges each had In Monday's finale, it was
19 points. the sophomore Bell who
zThe Indians topped Central Georgia Tech sparked the Lady Indians by
91-69 on Sunday's first day at the Classic, making 6-fo-12 from long
with Graham leading theway with 20 points distance to notch a game-
on 8-of-12 shooting, while Morris added 14 high 20 points.
points, and Floyd 11. Tiffany Lewis added 12
Freshman'7-footer DeJuan Harvey also points for Chipola, with
provided alift off the bench for Chipola with Naomi Moore scoring nine,
See INDIANS, Page 3B Chipola's Carlos Morris goes in for a Iayup during a game earlier this season. See CHIPOLA, Page 38

MHIIS Basketball Sports Briefs
wiO e W ns SiO OO H Friday Pensacola Catholic at Marianna,
S5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.; Graceville at Vernon,
advances to title gam e :o4:30 pm Ona alaand 7:30 p.m.axn,
BY DAVID MUNDEE to Barbour County. They will Saturday Cottondale at Chipley, 1:30
DMundee@dothaneagle.dom face Dothan at 7 p.m. to- p.m. and3 p.m.
Mondaynight'sDowntown "It is really exciting (to be HIGH SCHOOLGIRLS BASKETBALL
Dothan Hoops Classic semi- in the finals), especially with Friday Malone at Paxton, 5:30 p.m.;
final game between Eufaula the young team we have," Graceville at Vernon, 6 p.m.
and Malone (Fla.)was built Malone coach Steven Welch CHIPOLA BASKETBALL
up as a showdown of stars said. "It is a great experi- CHIPOLA BASKETBALL
Jaylin Robinson of Eufaula ence for these guys. Chai and The Chipola men's and women's basket-
and Chai Baker of Malone; some of these seniors have ball teams will open Panhandle Conference
The two stars lived up to been up here four, five, six play Saturday in Pensacola against Pen-
the billing, combining for 70 years and this is second time~. sacola State.
points. to make it to the finals, so I The women's game will tip off at 5:30 p.m.
But in the end, two other am excited for the guys. followed by the men at 7:30 p.m.
Malone players delivered the "We had a tough game DANNYTINDELL/DOTHANEAGLE MERE BASKETBALL
deciding blows in the game. (against Eufaula) and have Eufaula's John Tyson (11) puts up a shot while Malone's Xavier Gray Marianna Recreation Department will
Antwain Johnson hit an off- to turn around for another (33) contests during a game in Dothan on Monday night. offer three basketball leagues for youth
balance bank shot with 42.8 tough one. Dothan is loaded ages 5 to 13, with registration to be held
seconds left and a free throw with athletes. We have our them neck and neck" Baker, an'Oregon State sign- through Jan. 10 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The
and teammate Alonze Bailey work cut out for us." Eufaula's Robinson and ee, finished with 28 points, Marianna Educational and Recreational
added two clutch free throws The loss was a bitter pill for Malone's Baker, arguably the off 11-of-26 shooting and Expo (MERE) located at 3625 Caverns Road
with 13.8 seconds left, help- Eufaula (9-4), which plays tournament's two top-name 3-of-6 free-throw shooting. in Marianna.
ing the Tigers capture a72-68 in today's consolation game players, put on a show as ex- Both also hit three 3-point- The registration fee for Basketball is $30
victory over Eufaula. against Daleville at 5:30 p.m. pected. ers. for participants. The fee must be paid with
Malone (15-2) advancedlo "Thatwas atoughone," Eu- Robinson, who has signed Both players also deliv- a check or money order; no chepas will be
the tournament champion- faula head coach Mike Henry with Tuskegee, lit up the ered in crunch time, scoring accepted. No one will be allowed to register
ship for the second time in said. "So close, so close, so scoreboard for 42 points, hit- 12 points each in the fourth accepterd. 10.No one will be allowed to register
three years. The Tigers lost close. The guys played ex- ting 15-of-35 shots overall
in the 2011 championship tremely hard. We battled and 9-of-14 at the foul line. See MALONE, Page 3B See BRIEFS, Page 3BL


.Tebow: Not done with NFL

Eyes still on
prize despite

ESPN job
The Associated Press

Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher (left) talks with Tim Tebow will continue
quarterback Jameis Winston in the closing minutes of the ACC chasing his goal to be a
Championship game gainst Duke in Charlotte, N.C., on Dec. 7. NFL quarterback, even
after signing on to help
ra t ESPN launch the SEC
FSU locks Fisher
Network this fall.
The former Florida Ga-
S routor said Tuesday he trains
five days a week for a re-
turn to the league.
"I feel like I'm the best
The Associated Press Athletic director Stan that I've ever been as a THEASSOCIATEDPRESS FILEPHOTO
Wilcox says, ."We're ex- quarteiback right now. Former New England Patriot Tim Tebow walks onto the field during a joint workout with the
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. trenrely pleased with the I hope I get the oppor- Philadelphia Eagles at NFL football training camp in Philadelphia on Aug. 7. Tebow says he is
Florida State coach Jimbo direction of our program tunity to show that," he not done with the NFL even though helpingtSPN launch the SEC Network was too good an
Fisher will remain with and believe that this new said. "But I'm also look- opportunity to pass up.
the program through 2018 contract will assure that ing forward to being part
after signing a three-year coach Fisher is in place to of 'SEC Nation' and part gers will take on Arkansas. eight starts in 2011 then no guaranteed money.
contract extension. lead the Seminoles for a of ESPN."' That is, of course, if threw an 80-yard touch- "I dont have any regrets"
The university made the long time to come. The 26-year-old Heis- Tebow doesn't get a dall down pass on the first play about the NFL, Tebowsaid.
announcement Tuesday. "Coach Fisher enjoys the man Trophy winner from the NFL that has him of overtime to give the "I've just tried to focus on
Texas reportedly had in- full support of the leader- signed on Monday to be tied up that weekend. Broncos a 29-23 playoff being a better quarter-
terest in Fisher replacing ship of the university and on the SEC Networks "I'm not sure what's win over the Pittsburgh back, being abetter athlete
coach Mack Brown. The we look forward to the con- pregame show starting ahead of me," Tebow said. Steelers. and being ready whenever
top-ranked Seminoles face tinued success of our foot- in August. "I'm very excited to have But there were still a team gave me a call."
Auburn in the BCS cham- ball program on the field He'llbepartofthecrew this opportunity at ESPN, doubts about his passing Tebow said he's spoken
pionship game Jan. 6. and in the classroom." that will travel to South- but who knows what the ability, and Denver traded with several friends who
or_ eastern Conference next few months will him that offseason to the are analysts, including his
schools in advance of hold." New York Jets after acquir- former coach at Florida in
Texas a ts oach SEC games on the fledg- Tebow has bounced ing Peyton Manning. Urban Meyer, who worked
STexa w antay coayexpress lingn etwork. around the NFL since leav- He languished on the for ESPN between his time
STebows first "SEC Na- ing Florida as part of two bench while coach Rex with the Gators and his
x tion" show will be on national champions. Ryan ignored fans' calls for current position as Ohio
ate s Thl Aug. 28 before Texas He was a fitst-round se- Tebow to replace a strug- State head coach.
A&M opens the season at lection by Denver and then gling Mark Sanchez. Tebow Justin Connolly, ESPN
South Carolina, a game head coach osh McDan- threwjust eight passes, ran senior vice president for
The Associated Press prohibit coaches from that will be shown exclu- iels in 2010. only 32 times and was cut college networks program-
in-person contact with re- sively on the SEC Net- He took ovee as starting last April 29. ming, said Tebow was im-
AUSTIN, Texas New cruits during bowlseason: work. quarterback mid-season For six weeks no team portant enough to ESPN
Texas athletic director Patterson said coaches. Tebow and the show in 2011 and became one wanted him until the Pa- that the network accepted
Steve Patterson says he ex- "are cetainly expressing then will head to Auburn of the NFL's biggest stories triots signed him to a low- he might not be finished
pects a successor to Mack their interest" in the job on Aug. 30 where the Ti- as he went 7-1 in his first risk, two-year contractwith with the NFL.
Brown will be found in the but wouldn't discuss any
next two weeks. potential candidates.
Patterson said before The Alam o Bowl was ashin on Sanky to enter a
on Monday night that he after 16 years. He's resign- W t
believes Texas needs a new ing after a rocky final sea- The Associated Press Kaufman's school record of to his predecessor, Chris Sankey submitted his
coach by Jan. 15. Tiat's the son in which Texas lost at 4,106 career yards rushing. Polk. Three years ago, Polk name to the NFL draft ad-
end of the so-called "dead least four. games for the SEATTLE Coming Sankey did better one of was in a similar situation visory committee and said
period" in the NCAA that fourth consecutive year. off a season in'which he Kaufman's records, finish- and chose to return for his before the bowl game last
rewrote the Washington ing his Washington career. senior seasoi. He became week he had received' a
record books, running with 37 touchdowns rash- the No. 2 all-time rusher third-round grade.The last
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Sankey's father, Chris, as a freshman and wasn't process. Polk's draft posi- Washington junior to an-
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cision in a text message going into his sophombre cerns about his shoulders early. Tight end Austin Se-
to The Associated: Press season. Sankey had ust arose and he went undraft- ferian-Jenkins announced
on Monday after ESPN 28 carries during the 2011 ed. Polk signed with Phila- after the bowlgame thathe
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U finishes final Malone quarter to seize a 48-41 ad-
vantage. A 3-pointer each
aFrom Page 8 by Bailey and Johnson fin-
practice at homeished.thenflurry.
quarter. "We were playing zone
After Eufaula battled all night, and we switched
The Associated Press combined score of 484- back from a 10-point to a man defense to hope-
79. fourth-quarter deficit, the fully keep them off the
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. They were the epitome game was tied at 66 with 57 boards because that was
The top-ranked Florida of a team on a roll. seconds left after Robinson our 'problem all night,"
State Seminoles held their "I would have been tick- hit his third 3-pointer in Malone's Welch said of the
final workout on campus lIdtodeathtoplaythevery roughly two minutes. third-quarter run. "When
Monday in preparation to next week after we played On the ensuing posses- we switched to man we
face No. 2 Auburn in the Duke, we were playing so sion, Johnson, who had were a little more account-
BCS championship game. well," he said. "When you 24 points and 11 rebounds able (for rebounds)."
Coach Jimbo Fisher was have those delays, the key THEASSOCIATEDPRESS FILE PHOTO for Malone, drove the Eufaula's Henry, whose
ready to play weeks ago. is getting that timing and Florida State's Jameis Winston (5) scrambles as Duke's Kelby right side of the lane and team had only three field
Florida State didn't need rhythm back. But the key Brown (59) defends in the first half of the ACC Championship banked home a shot as he goals in the period, felt
a four-week break after is you can't be ready too game in Charlotte, N.C.,on Dec. was fouled. He added the his team couldn't get into
the Seminoles won the quick. You've got to time free throw to put Malone rhythm in the quarter.
Atlantic Coast Conference that thing up to hopefully Fisher gave the team a Monday. Tuesday is a trav- up 69-66. "We went cold," Henry
championship game. The hit it right in stride. week off during exams el day before a final five Robinson scored off a said. "Nobody scored for
roster was healthy and the "I like where we're at before returning for five workouts leading up to drive and a scoop shot in us in the third quarter. We,
program had completed right now.Hopefullythose sessions of mostly funda- the championship game the lane with 26 seconds just had a bad third quar-
its first undefeated regu- last 3-4 practices out mental work. The team Jan. 6. The Seminoles be- left, but Eufaula, 'down ter."
lar season since 1999.: The there I think we'll really took time off for a holi- gan heavy Auburn prepa- one, had to foul on the next Malone took a 48-44 lead
Seminoles outscored their be honed in. That's kind of day break then returned ration after returning from possession. into the fourth quarter and
last nine opponents by a where you want to be." for five practices ending the holiday break. Bailey knocked down extended the margin to 10
two free throws with 13.8 at55-45with 5:47leftwhen
seconds left to put Malone Baker made a highlight-
.up three. reel four-point play. He hit
Indians sure to load up our non- A t and 7-5 overall. Eufaula went to Robin- ,a NBA-range 3-pointer on
i l aiS conference schedule to Bouncing back won't son to try and.tie it with a the left side and got decked,
make sure we were tested be easy, however, as they 3-pointer. With Johnson in to the floor as he made it,
FromPagegoing into conference play FromPage B1 have to travel to Chipley his face, Robinson's try off drawing a foul. He added
eight points, five rebounds, and I was happy with how Rogers 12. to take on the top-ranked the left of the key area was the free throw.
four blocked shots, and our guys responded and Kyshon Ali's 12 points Tigers on Saturday at 3 well off the mark and went "Somehow the good bas-
two steals. found a way to win," Blake led CHS, while Webb had p.m. out of bounds with 2.9 sec- ketball gods shot them a
Chipola shot 55 percent said. "As far as what we're 11. Altha won't get long to onds left. blessing of them hitting
from the field overall be- trying to do offensively and But it was a brutal night savor its win either with "I knew it would be a two, threes falling out of
fore making 58 percent in defensively, we're still just offensively for the Hor- anotherkeydistrictgame, tough one because they bounds with a man in his
the win over Salkehatchie. figuring ourselves out, but nets, who typically count coming Friday against played us a hard man and face," Eufaula's Henry said.
"I was really pleased I hope we're on the right long-range shooting as a the Sneads Pirates. they were face guarding But Eufaula came roar-
how we played offensively track headed into Pensac- strengthbut only made But Monday's victory us on thatlast one," Henry ing back, cutting it to three
these last two games," ola on Saturday." 2-of-25 :three-pointers certainly seems like the said of Robinson's 3-point at 58-55 within two min-
Blake said. "We did a great Pensacola State is 12-5 for the game. kind that could propel try. "They played good de- utes behind John Tyson's
job of sharing the ball and going into-Saturday's Pan- "We' got outcoached the Wildcats to a strong fenseon that." 'five points, including a 3-
executing our offense, es- handle opener, but the In- and outplayed," Cot- second half of the sea- Johnsoi hit 1-of-2 free pointer.
pecially coming off of a dians coach said his play- tondale coach Chris Ob- son, particularly with throws with 2.2 seconds Malone maintained a
10-day break. We struggled ers have to be ready for the ert said after the game. four of their final six dis- left for the final margin. five-point lead before
defensively at times where kind of'energy and atmo- "They ame prepared trict games to be played In addition to the scoring back-to-back 3-pointers
we're just not being where sphere that comes with a and ready to play and at home. output by Baker and John- by Robinson gave Eufaula
we need to be on the floor league game. we didn't. Defensively, "It's a huge win men- son, Malone got 12 points a 63-62 lead with 2:18 left.
and not communicating, "It's going to be a tough we couldn't disrupt .tally for our guys," Nich- from Bailey. The trio had Malone's Johnson hit 1-
but that's not a surprise af- test for us right off the them and offensively we ols said. "It's good for our all but eight of Malone's of-2 free throws with 2:19
ter the layoff we had." jump. Panhandle Confer- couldn't make a shot." guys to have success like points. left to tie it then Bailey
The coach has been enceplayistotallydifferent The Hornets fell to 4-2 this and to do it togeth- Rasheed Paige added 10 and Robinson exchanged
critical of his team's lack frqm the non-conference in district with the loss er." points and 15 rebounds 3-pointers, leaving it 66 all
of consistency at the de- andespeciallybeing on the to go with Robinson's 42 with 57 seconds left, set-
fensive end of the court road," Blake said. "Their points for Eufaula. McAr- ting up the late plays by
throughout the season, gym is alvays packed and thur McClendon had 10 Johnson and Baileyto help
though given the 14-1 re- loud and ahostile environ-' rebounds for EHS_ Malone win it.
cord against one of the ment. The focus the next Eufaula led 34-28 at half- Malone finished the
stronger non-conference couple of days for us is to. time, but Malone quickly game 8-of-18 on 3-point-
schedules in the country get the rust off from the turned it around with a ers.
shows the Indians to be in Christimas break and make A.
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more sand fewer inthe minors, his h s Dbl. Redbl. Pass
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one no-trump indicates 3-2-4-4. Ergo, hearts were as? 4s av .
equal length in the mi- breaking 3-2. North Opening lead: A
nors. And partner's jump also had three or four
to four hearts promises diamonds, but had not lying well, Fredin bid four
-- three-card support and doubled two diamonds for no-trump, Roman Key-
opening count. What penalty. So he was prob- Card Blackwood, followed
would you do now, if ably weak there. Fredin 'by six hearts..
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OR 850710-0189 $9.010 p sell

RN Program Tertbooks Six books have never Beautiful Bermuda Coastal Hay
been used and those that were factory shrink Round Rolls $50 4 Square $5
plastic wrapped still are. At Chipola College I Cn l 334791-0023
bookstore these 6 are sold in a bundle for $317
+ tax. 1. All-in-One Care Planning Resource
(3rd Ed. ; 2.Comp. Review for NCLEX Exam (5th HOME GROWN, FRESH
Ed.); 3. Mosby's Nursing Drug Guide (10th Ed.)
; 4. Mosby's Med. Dictionary of Nursing (9th
Ed.)5. Mosby's Diagnostic Test Ref (11 Ed.); 6. T
_____ __,_. __, __riente_ Custom eBook Library for all the above.
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for RN prog. @ Chipola Also have 1st bundle
some never used all in excellent cond. (pd. All Farm Fresh! DInSroERm
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S30%e off Accessories Refrigerator Kenmore side by side, ice maker,
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The Dothan Eagle, a 26,000 daily newspaper located in'Dothan, Al, is seeking a superstar
Managing Editor. We are a BH Media company located in Southeast Al just 80 miles from
the sugar white beaches on the Gulf of Mexico. We have sister weekly and daily publications
|* ( in Marianna Florida, Enterprise AI, Eufaula AI, and Opellka Al. The paperseeks a deadline-
BUSINESS OPP T U I oriented all-purpose editor with a strong passion for local content. The position requires
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page design, social media, photography and online news presentation.
SGREEN FROZEN Candidates must have a proven track record'of successfully managing day to day
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l gJournalism degree from a reputable college or university.
(14)Town Homes for Sale Don t Need It. The paper offers an outstanding benefits package that
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reat incme & fullied. EOE/M/F/D/V.
e in the Pre-employment drug and background screen required.
with good down payent CASSI FIEDS You may apply online at
386-312-6363. 4m 4
Consignment Shop in Dothan FOR SALE S Sud o ku
specializing in clothing & acc. for women.
Well established with over 400 consignors
& a growing customer base, sales of -2--
100K + yr. Unlimited potential for increase eve 1
sales & expansion. Store fixtures, eqiup, "
& database included, Will train newowner. / Complete the grid so each row, column and'
Leave message at 334-677-5113
f4 1 3-by-3 box (in bold borders) contains every digit
1 to 9. For strategies on how to solve Sudoku,
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Equipment, training and 60K 2 7 9 8
annual gross $19~0O Solution to Tuesday's puzzle
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$400/deposit Call Joanne 850-693-0570.

Cedar Creek Apartments BR/1BA $500 Jones Concrete, LLCRoofand
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Hue Hmi Housef Slabs Sidewalks debris off roof tops. Insured Free Estimates -
ww Driveways & Pole Barns to'

Huge 6BR/4BA Home for rent in Marianna, 8 0693-5812 30+ Years 850-394-7075 9
ens, 2 dining, 3 living, plenty of storage, 0 North :
barn,huge fenced pool.Will consider separat- Flo- .
ng into individual apartments. NoCntract. O tr lorida R ntal Clean, r Closet
'a 1/4 MIle From Wal-Mart 850-544-0440 i y Ba will buy youn slightly usedi
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1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna *ear wcol (50) 348- 58
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own MODEL
Lot rent included. Fordetails #B30L, B42L In Stock
850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 __ o
More Models Available I S
S2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes IDozer and Excavation Work O A~ ~ A New
in Marianna & Sneads 209-8595 Ponds Road Building Demolition Assis C e
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Lease/Option To Buy 3/2 hardwood floors, TRIPLE More Models Available a6 rAve.* s4
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SPETS H&A $325- $5/Month 15k miles, garage kept, chromed out, over 4k in SECONDS WEST ALONG THE SOUTHERLY LINE PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
NO PETS CH&A 5325- 5/Month accessories, kick shifter, floorboards Vance OF SAID FORTY A DISTANCE OF 136.40 FEET TO ENTITLED, AT NQ EXTRA COST TO YOU, TO THE '
Please call 8570-258-1594 oresies kic shifte, driving lights, AN EXISTING IRON PIPE AND CALL THIS THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE
850-638-570 Leave Message and Hines pipes, windshield, driving lights, POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE CONTINUE CONTACT JANE CAFIN, COURT MANAGER,
crash bar, bags, factory sissy bar, see to appre- SOUTH 89 DEGREES 43 MINUTES 00 SECONDS P.O. BOX 510, MARIANNA, FL32447, 850-482-
3/2 Nice in country ideal for couple 16x80 ciate, a steal at 3.5 k obo. 334-794-8709 WEST ALONG THE SOUTHERLY LINE OF SAID 9552, WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RE-
clean ,carport, storage bldg. edge of town .m FORTY A DISTANCE OF 136.40 FEET TO AN EX- CEIPT OF THIS SUMMONS. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
Cottondale $650. mo. $700. dep. water & ISTING IRON PIPE; THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES ING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL TDD 1-800-955-
sewage included Front & Back porch IB '--- Ford 1987 Bronco 4x4 00 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF 8771 OR 1-800-955-8770 (V) VIA FLORIDA RELAY
850-352-2103. Background check & Ref. Req. RUNS GREAT!! Good tires. 300.40 FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT SET SERVICE.
t famyOrented Park 1,23R New Sears battery, rear ON THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF
SQuet Family Oriented Park 12 &3BR window motor, fuel gauge. MCCALL STREET; THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES
: M'sfor Rent includes water, garbage Brakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k 43 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST ALONG THE LF160332
wncare, No Pets 850-592-1639 miles on major tune-up (including distributor, SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF SAID STREET A
plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as IRON PIPE; THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 00 MI-
my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking NUTES 00 SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE JACKSON
Jaco 2008 Jay Right G2 series, travel trailer' CALL FOR TOP PRICE TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 10 WEST, JACK- The Jackson County Planning Commission will
22 ft. Bunk House, lots of storage,TV with SON COUNTY, FLORIDA. consider:
surround sound & DVD, microwave, gas or FOR JUNK VEHICLES Land & Ecaing
elec. electric awning/lift, sleeps 6 JU VE LE a/k/a 4101 MCCALL LN., MARIANNA, FL 32448- Sapp' Land & Excavating (GD13-00010) -A re-
excellent condition. $9500. Call anytime I ALSO SELL USED PARTS 1518 quest to build an office and shop for a logging,
850-638-9363 or 850-326-0124 chipping, and land clearing business. The proj-
24 HOUR TOWING *o 334-792-8664 at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, ect is located on GreenCircle Parkway, approx-
MOTORH*r ME & RS lofor cash, at the North door of the Jackson imately 2 miles north of Alford in unincorporat-
inne o 15 Vctr 3 ft. C ato l- Chad's Used & County Courthouse, 4445 Lafayette Street, Ma- ed Jackson County.
Winnebago 1995 Vectra 33 ft. C/H&A, auto lev- -%a rianna, FL 32446, on January 30, 2014 beginning
eling, Q-bed, new tires, batteries, frig. 7.5 Onan Saage Cars LLC at 11:00 AM. The ublc hearing will be held in the Jackson
generator, Ig. awning, lots of storage in & out- PAYS TOP DOLLAR $$$ County Commission Board Room of the
side, micr-convection oven combo, gas stove, for you Junk Vehicals If you are a person claiming a right to funds re- Administration Building located at 2864
hot water heater, 30 or 50 amp power, all WE WILL COME AND HAUL 4 maining after the-sale, you must file a claim Madison Stree Marianna, Florida, on Monday,
orignal paper work. $20,000. OBO 334-585-6689 Chad Gibson 334-684-8481 or 334588-0047 with the clerk no later than 60 days after the the 6th fanuary, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
sale. If you fail to file a claim you will not be
TRAVELI f r ul aynndt" To entitled to any remaining funds. Anyone desiring information may contact the.
S .Got a Clunker Community Development Department between
Cargo Trailer enclosed 12ft long, less than Well be your Junker! Dated this 5th day of December, 2013. 7:30 a.m. and 4:30p.m. Monday through Friday
4000 miles, rear and side doors. Bought in be at 4487 Lafayette Street, Marianna,. Florida or
September $2300. OBO 217-424-1033. We buy wrecked cars : Dale Rabon Guthrie contact by phone at (850) 482-9637.
S' and Farm Equip. at a Clerk of the Circuit Court
- fair and honest price! By: Tammy Bailey In accordance with the Americans with
$250 & t Complete Cars Deputy Clerk Disabilities Act, persons needing a special
Saccommodation to participate in this meeting
CALL 334-714-6285 DOUGLAS C. ZAHM, P.A. should contact the Planning Secretary at Jack-
--------........., - -.. I..... m 12425 28TH STREET NORTH, SUITE 200 son County Community Development no later
Jeep 2000 Wrangler Sport. Red. four wheel ST. PETERSBURG, FL33716 than 5 days prior to the meeting. The Planning
wheels hd toand soft t.u. r r buty W ef VeI 8INp7AHM RNOM Secretary may be contacted at 4487 Lafayette
drive with air conditioning, roll oage, aluminum EFLING@DCZAHM.COM Secetary ay be cont d 448
whelhadoIadsoto.ErmefoEofO WITH.....SABStreet, Marianna, FL, 32448, (850) 482-9637, or
wheels, hard top and softtop. Frame for soft R IF YOUARE APER ON WITHA DISABILITY WHO (800) 955-8771 (TDD).
top is installed. 140,000 miles but vehicle is in (800) 955-8771 (TDD).
great shape for age and miles. $5,200.
Ford 1994 F4150 XLT, single cab, auto, 302 V8, .. h ee l s Tu rn in g ?
dual tanks, PS, PB, PS, PDL PW, complete Reg s of make, model, we have
brake job, full tune up. Red/Silver, red cloth m:lios ofdollars on hand to pay you good.
seat Looks, runs and drives good. Must see! money for your curent vehicle.
$4,595. Owner, Dothan, 334-671-3059. t But Worth The Dre,
Grand Marque 200& leather seat, 1-owneral in 15 minutes.
low mileage, black w/ gray int. new tires, appointment dealer. -497-7975
Garage kept looks like new 334-797-5151
Honda 2009 Accord, 4 door, Super Sharp! Like,
new, $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis
4 Lincoln 2004 Town Car L A N1OT1 CS
Signature, loaded, leath-
er, like new, clean, 94k LF160344
miles, 2owner, $7500.
(Metallic Red), Cream CASE NO. 32-2013-CA-000155
Leather, all power, sun
roof, dial-in door, cooled REGIONS BANK D/B/A REGIONS'
and heated seats, navigation, new tires, new MORTGAGE
battery. Only 70000 miles. Is in immaculate Plaintiff,
condition. $14,500. Call 334-693-2603
Mazda 2008 Miata MX5 4cyl. Loaded. In great .
condition. 31,000 miles. Silver with black top. CLARICE H. ZIEGLER; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
$14,500. 334-405-7402 CLARICE H. ZIEGLER; UNKNOWN TENANT 1; UN-
Nissan 2009 Altima. Good famlly car, great gas KNOWN TENANT 2; AND ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
mileage, fully loaded, pwr windows, cruise, AT, TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AM-FM, CD. $250 down, $250 per month. Call AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT(S)i
Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. p l WHO (IS/ARE) NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
Nissan Altima 2013,. low miles, Must Sell!! $200 CLAIM AS HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
down, $279 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714- ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES,
Suzuki 2006 Forenza: White, 4-door- sedan.
114,000 miles. New AC. Almost new tires. No NOTICEOF SALE
wrecks. Body in good condition, only a couple
of dings. $3,200.obo. 334-790-0379 Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the
Toyota 2011Camry SE, Prices Are Out of Sight! Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure en-
Roof, wheels, pwr seat, pwr windows, AT, tered on December 04, 2013, in this cause, in
AM/FM/CD, Great gas mileage. $300 dpwn, the Circuit Court of Jackson County, Florida,
$300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791- theclerk shall sell the property situated in
8243. Jackson County, Florida, described as:
1981 BMW Motorcycle R100RS 1000cc Red -JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA:
Smoke. Perfect condition, Many extras. $4,995.
-Call 334-470-1972 or 470-1971. COMMENCE AT AN EXISTING CONCRETE
2008 High Booster 1309 GSX Motorcycle Navy NER:OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE NORTH-
Blue w/pipes baffled out and jet pipes. Nice, WEST 1/4 OF SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
Only 7745 Miles. $7000. 850-573-4630. RANGE 10 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA;

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