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Vol.91 No.3

Victims of Wednesday's house fire in Marianna are shown in these undated ph6tos provided by the Pete family. From left are Ruth Elise Pete;
Cynthia Pete (left) and Gertrude Pete; and Sarah Johnson.
Yajaira Tull holds her daughter,
SNiayomi Ellisabel Tull, who was the
first baby of the new year in Jackson
SCounty. The little one will soon join
K SD iB I Dad and three brothers at home.

of 2014
Chief calls Jackson he s
Street fire worst
he's seen in 20 ye ars
SrianE CK CL ackson County's newest
BacNk@GE lordancm young resident was born at
S1:47 a.m.Thursday. The first
The all came in just before 8 a.m. on New aby of the new year comes into
Year's Day, but when the Marianna fire de- the world with a big challenge;
partment arrived at 4472Jackson St. two ANGIECOOFLORIDAN the little girl must make herself
minutes later, the blaze was already in an BrendaPete (let)andhusband, Rodell Perememberloved ones who died ina Ne a place in ahousehold of three
advanced stage. Year's Day house fire, during an intervie Thursday in Marianna. Rodell Pete ost big brothers.
Marianna Fire Chief Nicky his mother, Gertrude Pete; his maternal dmther, Sarah Johnson; his patena Based on the short littlefu
nLovett, reached by phone grandmother, Ruth Elise Pete; and hi youhger sister, Cynthia Pete. shemade w n her morning
Thursday, said firefighters F. nap was disturbed by a nurse
started with an offensive ap-- e faround 9:30 that same morning,
proach to fighting the fire, but i. e 1 Oe Niayomi Ellisabel Tullhas the
the older, wood-frame struc- lung power to make hervoice
Lovett ture allowed the intensity to f 1 heard. Weighing in at 7 pounds,
escalate quickly, requiring a 9 ounces, and 19 inches long,
switch. to defensive mode for those battling the baby was doing well after a
the blaze. Gathers strength to help childre who will depend on thel three-hour labor that momYaja-
An investigator with the Marianna Police ira Tll went throughto get her
Department said that when he arrived on BY.DEBORAH BUCKHALTER shake themselves awake; they'not daughter here.
scene Wednesday morning, shortly after.the only have the four to mourn, they With her trio of brothers all
fire department, the dwelling was fully en- have the four to bury. And six chil- showeringher with love and
gulfed in flames. Standing in the yard were The fire that claimed the lives dren to feed and clothe. Except for attention, her mother says, she
m igh n"... ,,. .,, ., fo r h er b o t h erd'hav e en fit -
nine people three adults and six children of four Marianna women on New the nightclothes they were wearing, might not have a hard timefit-
- who made it out of the fire, but still inside Year's Day has left surviving family the fire destroyed all the youngsters' ting in after all. The Tul boys are
members in a state of numbing Nayo, 8; Najel, 6; and 1.5-year-
See FIRE, Page 6A. grief, but they know must somehow See FAMILY, Page 6A old Noah.
Their dad, William Tull-Ro-
driguez, had been watching
Sl over the boys in the early part
S. of his wife's labor, but arrived
I at the hospital just in time to
participate in the delivery. He
cut the umbilical cord, as he has
traditionally done for each of'
the couple's children.
As the first baby of the new
year, Niayomi Will go home with
a package of gifts from Jackson
Hospital,;including a silver baby
spoon, formula, some diapers,
wipes, and a shirt and socks set.
~ "The baby's going-home outfit
will be carefully tucked away
once she grows out of it, just as
ANGIE COOK/FLORIDAN her brothers' have been, until
This Jackson Street home was the scene of a tragic fire on New Year's Day in Marianna. she's old enough to appreciate
its special place in her mIother's
heart. Yajaira Tull figures that
F IATAL might be .sometime after the
ATALWRECK ONINTERSTATE 10 children's college years. The
outfit will go in a bag with some
Florida Highway Patrol confirmed that at least other precious birth-day me-
one person died in a Thursday wreck involving mentos, like her tiny hospital ID
three vehicles on Interstate 10 less than a mile bands and other items.
west of the mile-146 marker in Jackson County. Yajaira Tull said that, after
Several people with injuries were taken to area -three boys, she'd given up her
medical facilities, including Jackson Hospital long-held hope ofhaving a
and Tallahassee Memorial. The fatal crashes daughter and decidedher fam-
represented in this picture occurred in the ily was complete last year. In
westbound lanes of 1-10, iWith westbound traffic
backed up at times past the Grand Ridge mile-152 fact, se h cheled tube-ty-
marker as law enforcement and emergencyworkers ing surgery, but missed a period
dealt with the situation. No further details were before her appointment. She
immediately available. A few hours later, officials did a home pregnancy test, just
received two additional crashes on 1-10, those to be sure she wasn't going to
occurring near the mile-156 marker. No details of have a baby. The results were
those incidents were immediately available.

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24 hours 0.33" Year to date 0.38"
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JACKSON COUNTY CommunityLr Calendar,

FL O R ID A N FRIDAY, JAN. 3 to stop drinking. begin for Terms A &B. For information. THURSDAY, JAN.9
Publisher Valeria Roberts n Chipola returning students Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting call 718-2211 or visit Forest Certification -9 a.m. until 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Chipola College 8 plm. in the board room of Camp- ) Optimist Club of Jackson County 3 p.m. at the UF/FAS Jackson County
registration for Spring Terms A & B: bellton-Graceville Hospital, 5429 Meeting Noon at Jim's Buffet & Extension Office, Marianna. Cost $15
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski For information, call 718-2211 or visit College Drive, in Graceville. Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. which includes materials, lunch and Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson breaks. SAF Continuing Forest Educa-
) Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at MONDAY, JAN. 6 County Senior Citizens, 2931 Optimist tion credits approved for this work-
CONTACT US the Jackson County Public Library, Chipola new and returning Drive in Marianna. Call 482-5028. shop: 3.5 hours Category 3.5 hours
d Chipola new and returning Category 1-CI Call 352-219-8717.
Telephone850-56-3614 Marianna Branch. New and expe- student 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Chipola ) Employability Workshop 2:30 Chipola Civc Cl Meting Noon
FAXn: 850-426-34 rienced hand ccafters welcome to College registration for new and p.m. Marianna One Stop Career Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon
FAX: 850-482-4478 create, share, learn or teach favorite returning students for Spring A & B: Center. "Top 10 J6b Search Tips" is at The Oaks Restaurant, U.S. 90 in
Email: projects. Call 482-9631. For information call 718-2211 r visit the workshop. It is free and open to Marianna.-The CCC's focus is the local
Street Address: a Chess Club 6-8 p.m. First United the public. The workshop is facilitated community "Community, Children &
4403 Constitution Lane Methodist Church on Clinton St. Employability Workshop 2:30 bya Certified Motivational Career Character: Call526-3142.
Marianna, FL32448 in Marianna. Sponsored by Mari- p.m. Marianna One Stop Career Coach. Visit to reg- ) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to
Office Hours: anna Optimist Club for students for Center."Coping with Unemployment" ister for these informative orkshops. 1 .m. St. Anne's Catholic Church,
Weekd 8 tostudents 8-18 years of age in Jackson is the workshop. It is free and open to ) Marianna City Commission Meet- 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call 482-3734
eekdays a.m. to 5 p.m. County. All students and their parents the public. The workshop is facilitated ing 6 p.m. in City Hall, 2898 Green ) The William Dunaway Chapter,
are welcome. Players of all skill levels by a Certified Motivational Career St., Marianna. Public welcome. Call Florida Society, Sons of the Ameri-
MISS YOUR PAPER? including beginners are welcome. Call Coach. Visit to reg- 718-1001. can Revolution.meeting noon at
You should receive your newspaper no later 693-0473 ister for these informative workshops. riting Center Meeting -6 p.m. im's Buffet and Grill in Marianna for
h6930473. ister for these informative workshops. Writing Center Meeting 6 p.m. annual officer installation meeting.
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m at Spring musical theatre auditions at the Jackson County Public Library, oram ale eing
tion between 6a.m. and noon Tuesday to Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble -5 p.m. at Chipola Center for the 2929 Green St., Marianna. Local Daniel Boone in Florida: Anyone
Friday, and a.m. on Sundayhe Road in Marianna. Adult nd Arts for Von Trap children and 6:30 for Author and Historian, Dale Cox, will interest in SAR welcome. For more
rid, and 7 t 1.m. on Snd. teen meetings to "overcome hurts, adults and others. Contact Charles address the group. Call 482-9631. information, call 594-6664.
Jackson County Floridan'(USPS 271-840) habits and hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Sirmon 718-2227 or sirmonc@chipola. Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Employability Workshop :34.
is published Tuesday through Friday and Child care available. Call 209-7856, edu. Meeting 8-9 p.m. in theAA room of p.m. Marianna One Stop Career
5ed17-3 i- 1Meeting 8-9 p.m. in theAA room of p mp Marianna Onrshop 2arer
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid 573-1131.
Sunday mornings Periodical postage paid )) Jackson County Quilters Guild First United Methodist Church, 2901 Center. "Making Positive First Impres-
at Marianna FL. Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascen-, Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed sions" is the workshop. It is free and
Meeting 8-9 p.m. in the AA room of sion Lutheran Church, 3975 U.S. 90 discussion with 12 & 12 study. Every- open to thepublic! The workshop is
SUBSCRIPTION RATES First United Methodist Church, 2901 West, Marianna. Business meetings one with a desire to stop drinking is facilitated by a Certified Motivational
Home diver pr month .83 Caledonia St. in Marianna. are fourth Mondays; other Mondays welcome. Career Coach. Visit employflorida.
Home delivery:; $11.23 per month $32.83 are for projects, lessons and help. All ) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 com to register for these informative
for three months; $62.05 for six months; SAT.URDAY, JAN. 4 quilters welcome. Call 209-7638. p.m. St. Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 workshops.
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include Alcoholics Anonymous Open ) Woodmen of the World Lodge 5th St., Marianna. Call 482-3734. ) Jackson County Branch of the
applicable state and local taxes. Mail Meeting 4:30-5:30 p.m. in the 65 monthly meeting 6 p.m. at NAACP monthly meeting 6 p.m.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail AA room of First United Method- the Oaks Restaurant in Marianna. WEDNESDAY, JAN.8 St. James.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; ist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Installation of officers will be held.t g s n As As -
Marianna. All members encouraged to come ) AARP tax aide training session Alcoholics Anonymous Closed
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47for one and bring a friend. $5 copay per 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Jackson County discussion, 8-9 p.m., First United
yearSUNDAY, JAN. member For more information, call Agricultural Building, Penn Ave., Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
SUNDAY, JAN. mebe482-5255. Marianna in the conference room. St., Marianna, in the AA room. At-
ADVERTISING Jewels of Light Tour 2:30 p.m. Learn hands-on training for electronic tendance limited to persons with a
St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 4362 Alcoholics Anonymous Open preparation and filing of tax returns desire to stop drinking; papers will not
The advertiser agreesthat the publisher Lafayette St. Marianna. Free and open Meeting 89 p.m in the AA room of free. If interested in volunteering call be signed
shall not be liable for damages arising to public. Call 209-4066. First United Methodist Church, 2901 718-7919.
out of errors and advertisements beyond Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Open FRIDAY JAN.10
the amount paid for the space actually Discussion 6:30 p.m. in AA room of Meeting'- Noon to 1 p.m. in the ACT Registration deadline
occupied by that portioi of the advertise- First United Methodist Church, 2901 TUESDAY, JAN. 7 AA room of First United Method- Chipola College for February test
ments in which the error occurred, whether Caledonia St. in Marianna Atten- a Late registration 8 a.m. until 6 ist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in date. For information, call 718-2211 or
dance limited to persons with a desire p.m. Chipola College Spring classes Marianna. visit
such error is due to the negligence of the
publisher's employees or otherwise, and The submission deadline for this calendar is two days,before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County FloridBn, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
there shall be not liability for non-inser- email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
tion of any advertisement beyond the
amount paid for such advertisement. This
newspaper will not knowingly accept or. POhce JORI uE3
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis-
ing which expresses preference based on Marianna Police reported the following inci- of motorists or pedestrians, cer, aggravated assault with a
legally protected personal characteristics is Department dents for Jan. 1, the latest avail- one retail theft, two assists of deadly weapon, resisting officer
legally protected personal charateristics is Department able report: One other agencies, one retail theft, with violence two counts).
not acceptable. The Marianna Police De- ^ armed and dan- two assists of other agencies, ) Travis Holden, 38, 4193 Rose-
partment listed the following .'- gerous person, one public service call, two 911 wood Drive, Marianna, battery-
HOW TO GET YOUR incidents for Jan. 1, the latest CR]ME one accident, hang-ups, three welfare checks, domestic violence, resisting
NEWS PUBLISHED available report: One drunken -- one dead per- one general transport, one officer without violence.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish pedestrian, one abandoned ve- son, one hospice Baker Act transport, one threat/ Jason Baker, 35, 2927 Han-
hicle, two suspicious persons, death, one missing adult, one harassment complaint and one nah St., Marianna, hold for
newsu i generas interes reeoy carge three physical disturbances, suspicious vehicle, one suspi- violation of injunction. Holmes County.
Submit your news orommunity Calendar two verbal disturbances, one cious incident, five suspicious a Gregory Cannady, 29, 6115
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, fire with police response, 10 persons, one highway obstruc- Jackson County Highway 2, Bascom, battery-
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, traffic stops, three criminal tion, two burglary attempts, Correctional Facility domestic violence.
anniversary and birth announcements, mischief .complaints, one two physical disturbances, five r James Santiago, 27, 6375
Forms are available at the Floridan offices, trespass complaint, one follow- verbal disturbances, two resi- The following people were Blue Springs Road, Greenwood,
Photographs must be of good quality and up investigation, one assault, dential fires, 24 medical calls, booked into the county jail driving under the influence.
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the one retail theft; five public two traffic crashes, one burglar during the latest reporting a Dewight Holland, 35, 2321
right to edit all submissions. service calls and two patrol alarm, one report of shooting in periods: Topaz Road, Cottondale, tres-
requests. the area, four traffic stops, one Richard Mercado, 58, no ad- passing after warning.
GETTING IT RIGHT criminal mischief complaint, dress provided, hold for Miami- Jail Population: 198
The Jackson County Floridan's policy Jackson County four civil disputes, two follow- Dade County.
is to correct mistakes promptly. To Sheriff's Office up investigations, one suicide Michelle Williams, 26, 700 To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
report an error, please call 526-3614 attempt or threat, one noise Anderson Road, Bonifay, failure at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
Monday-Friday. The Jackson County Sheriff's disturbance, one sex offense, 14 to appear (aggravated assault agencyTo report a wildlife violation, call
Office and county fire/rescue property checks, three assists on a law enforcement offi- 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).




(850) 482-3051


Religion Calendar
FRIDAY, JAN. 3 Free clothing giveaway 9 a.m. ) Free clothing giveaway 9 a.m. McGriff. Call 276-6024. afternoon services will begin at 2:30
Youth Activity Night 6 p.m at to noon at Mother Agnes' Closet, 2856 to noon at Mother Agnes' Closet, 2856 with Pastor Nelson Wilson in charge.
Marianna Church of God. Ages: 12-1 Orange St. in Marianna. OrangeSt Marianna THURSDAY, JAN.16 Everyone invited.
Call 48276264. ) Gospel Sing 6 p.m. Smithville D Free clothing giveaway -9 a.m. January Bible Study Kickoff
Celebrat Recovery Adult teen Missionary Churh,160W. Smithville FRIDAY, JAN.10 to noon at Mother Agnes' Closet, 2856 Chili Supper -5 p.m. Bethlehem
t to" hurts, habits Road, Dothan, Ala. All groups and ) Youth Activity Night 6 p.m. at Orange St. in Marianna. Baptist Church, Kynesville. Everyone
an hang-ups in a sov e environs enti choirs welcome. All benefits goes to Marianna Church of God. Ages: 12-19. is invited. For more information, call
7p.m. at Evangel Worship Center with the building fund. For more informa- Call 482-6264. FRIDAY, JAN. 17 579-9940.
praise and live worship music, testi- tion call 334-4053064. Ugandan Thunder appearing n Youth Activity Night -6 p.m. at MONDAY JAN. 20
monies and fellowship. Dinner: 6 p.m. 6 p.m. St..Luke Missionary Baptist Marianna Church of God. Ages: 12-19.
Child care available. Call 209-7856, SUNDAY, JAN.5 Church, Marianna. Call 526-4070 for Call 482-6264 Bible Study- Jan. 7-8:30 p.m.
573-1131. n Gospel sing 6 p.m. Cypress more information. Bethlehem Baptist Church in Kynesville.
, Appreciation Service for Over- Community Church. Featured singers ) Celebrate Recovery Adult, teen Celebte Recovery Adult, teen Classes for all ages including nursery
seer, Senior Bishop and Pastor E.T. will be The Drummond Family. Every- meetingmeetingsto "overcome hurts habits to adult. Light refreshments will be
Mike and Minister Lottie Mike 7 one Welcome. and hang-ups in a safe environment:' and hang-ups in a safe environment, provided. Everyone welcome. For more
p.m. Foundation Temple Apostolic ) Monthly Empowerment Service 7 p:m. at Evangel Worship Center with 7p.m. at Evangel Worship Center with information, call 579-9940.
Faith Church, Inc., Cottondale. Guest 6 p.m. at New Beginning Outreach praise and live worship music, testi- praise and live worshipmusic, testimo-
speaker: Pastor Darnell Brown. Ministries, Inc. in Jacob City. Elder Carl monies and fellowship. Dinner: 6 p.m. nies and fellowship. Dinner: 6 p.m Child TUESDAY, JAN. 21
Special guest: will be Gospel J Sorey will be the speaker of the hour. Child care available. Call 209-7856, care 'avail al Dare to Live Healed Healing
ubilives. For more information call Contact the Rev. Marvin Henderson 573-1131 ATRDAYANSchool Class -7 the Bascom
557-8828. at for more SA RD JAN. Town Hall at 4969 Basswood Road. Free
SPulse 6-9 Cypress Grove information. SATURDAY, JAN. 11 ) Free clothing giveaway 9a.m. classes taL~ght by Jacquelyn McGriff.
Assembly of God Church in Grand a Free clothing giveaway 9 a.m. to noon at Mother Agnes' Closet, 2856 Call 276-6024.
Ridge. Youth outreach program open TUESDAY, JAN. 7 to noon'at Mother Agnes' Closet, 2856 Orange St. in Marianna.
to all teens in grades 6-12; shoot pool, ) Dare to Live Healed Healing Orange St. in Marianna. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22
play Xbox and other games, listen to School Class 7 p.m. in the Bascom SUNDAY, JAN.19 Bible Study 7-8:30 p.m. Beth-
music, more. Activities are free; low- Town Hall at 4969 Basswood Road. TUESDAY, JAN. 14 Pastor's 13th Anniversary-11 lehem Baptist Church in Kynesville.
cost snacks for sale. Transportation Free classes taught by Jacquelyn ) Dare to Live Healed Healing a.m. Evergreen Missionary Baptist Classes for all ages including nursery-
available (limited area); call 381-2549. McGriff.'Call 276-6024.) School Class 7 p.m. in the Bascom Church honoring Rev. Wallace Godwin. to adult. Light refreshments will be
Town Hall at 4969 Basswood Road. The morning service will be con- provided. Everyone welcome. For more
SATURDAY, JAN. 4 THURSDAY, JAN. 9 Free classes taught by Jacquelyn ducted by Pastor Thomas Forward. The. information, call 579-9940.,

Ugandan Thunder to Pope stressesstrength, courage in new year

J at l a ch u ch ,The Associated Press was inspired by a letter he received future will be better simply because
frbm a man "maybe one of yoti" it is the future."
American audiences Although these children VATICAN' CITY Pope Francis,- --who lamented that In his first year as pope, Francis
will thrill to the music come from one of the laying out his hopes Wednesday for there are "so many, has charted a path for what he calls
and dancing of Ugandan poorest countries on the the just-begun year, urged people tragedies and wars'in a "poor" church attentive to the
Thunder, a nationally ac- planet, you will be amazed to work for a world where everyone the world." needy.
claimed choir consist- at the genuine joy and accepts each other's differences and -"I, too, believe that While offering new year's wishes
ing of 22 multi-talented peace expressed in their where enemies recognize that they it will be good for us to the crowd inthe square, Francis
children. young lives. This is not just are brothers. to stop ourselves in. pressed his campaign on behalf of
The choirmembers range another concert; this could "We are all children of one heav- Pothis path of violence the downtodden.
in age from,8 to 16 and are be life-changing! enly father. We belong to the same and search for peace," "We are also called to see the vio-
from the Royal School and Ugandan Thunder will human family and we share a com- Francis said. lence and injustices present in so
Orphanage and the Morn- be appearing at St. Luke mon destiny," Francis said, speaking In his remarks to the often-ap- many parts of the world, and which
ing Star School and Or- Missionary Baptist church from his studio window overlooking plauding crowd, he also expressed cannot leave us indifferent and im-
phanage in Uganda, East on Friday, Jan. 10, at 6 p.m. St. Peter's Square, jammed with tens hqpe that "the gospel of brother- mobile," Francis said. "There is the
Arica. For additional -in- of thousands of faithful, tourists and, hood speak to every conscience and need for the commitmert of all to
The Royal School is formation call Pas- Romans. knock down the walls that impede build a society that is truly morejust
ranked among the top tor Riley Henderson "This brings a responsibility for enemies from recognizing that they and united."
ten schools in all of 526-4070. each to work so that the world be- are brothers." Hearing "the cry of peace from
Uganda. The Ugandan Thunder comes a community of brothers who Earlier, during his homily at peoples who are oppressed by war
SUgandan Thunder will Tour is sponsored by Pen- respect each other, accept each oth- New Year's Mass in St. Peter's Ba- and by violence," Francis prayed
sing some of your favorite nies for Posho, a non-prof- er in one's diversity, and take care of. silica, Francis spoke of humani- that "the courage of dialogue and
songs both in African and it Christian ministry that one another," the pope said. ty's journey in'the year unfolding reconciliation prevail over the
American styles: The con- provides food, clothing, Setting aside his prepared text for and invoked what he said were temptation for vendetta, arrogance,
cert is packed with high shelter and clean drinking a moment, he expressed impatience "words of blessing," explaining corruption."
energy music, dancing, water for fourteen orphan- with violence in the world. "What is that theyare "strength, courage and The Catholic church dedicates Jan.
and interaction with the. ages in Uganda. happening in theheart of man?What hope." 1 to the promotion of world peace,
audience; There will be Read more about this is happening in the heart ofhumani- "N6t an illusory hope," he added, and St. Peter's Square, just asthe pope
something for every mem- ministry at www.pennies ty?" Francis asked. "It's time to stop." "based onfrail human promises, or a appeared, marked the end of a peace
ber of the family. He told the crowd this reflection naive hope which presumes that the narch by thousands of people;

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Your Guide To Local Houses Of Worship

ASSEMBLY OF GOD Circle Hill Baptist Church Friendship Baptist Church of Malone New Hoskle Baptist Church Trinity Baptist Church
7170 Circle Hill Rd 5507 Friendship Church Rd 4252 Allen St 3023 Penn. Ave
Alford First Assembly of God Sneads, FL 32460 592-2327 Malone, FL 32445 569-2379 .Greenwood, FL 32443 594-7243 Marianna, FL 482-3705
1782 Tennessee St RO. Box 228
Alford, FL 32420 Collins Chapel Baptist Church Grand Ridge Baptist Church New Hope Freewill Baptist
5005 3rd Ave (5499 Collins Chapel Rd) 2093 Porter Ave P.O. Box 380 Sweet Pond Rd Union Hill
Bascom Assembly of God Malone, FL 32445 569-5644 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-4846 Dellwood, FL 592-1234 3115 Union Hill Rd
Basconm FL 324 72-7775 Crossroads Baptist Church Southern New Hope, Missionary Baptist Marianna, FL 32446.526-5711 Baptist Greater Buckhorn Missionary Baptist. 3996 Wintergreen Rd Victory Baptist Church 3276 Main St -'P.O. Box 386 Church Greenwood, FL 32443 592-8802 .2271 River Rd
Cypress Grove Assembly of God Cottondale Fl. 32431 352-2636 4691 Hwy 162 New Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Sneads, FL 32460. 593-6699
3250 Cypress Grove Rd Marianna, FL 32446 594-5761
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 d 5924451 Damacus Freewill Baptist 'Mariana, FL 32446*594-5761 2870 Barnes St P.O. Box 312 3700 Kynesville Rd Greenwood Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32447 482-7595 White Pond Baptist Church
s ove e Marianna, FL 32448 482-5878 4156 Bryan St P.O. Box 249 New Salem Baptist Church P.O. Box 458- Mill Pond Rd
Cords 00 LovehAssembly Of God Dellwood Baptist Church Greenwood, FL 32443 594-3883 3478 Kynesville Rd Alford, FL.32420 .352-4715
Cottondale, FL 32431 272-0254 5512 Blue Springs Rd Hasty Pond Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32448". 579-4343 CATHOLIC
Eatoalde A L o4 God Greenwood, FL 32443 592-6954 4895 Hasty Pond Rd, Marianna, FL Pleasant Hill Baptist Church
Eastside Assembly of God Church Eastside Baptist Church Heaven's Way Biker Church '6687 Brushy Pond Rd St. Anne Catholic Church 526-2422 4785 Highway 90 A Ministry of Alford Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32442 718-8401 ariann, FhL 32446 482-3734
El Bethel Assembly of God Marianna, FL 5262004 ch.c 3924 Wodrt 31 334-86-4258 Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church
2503 El Bethel Church Cottondale, FL 3241 334-806-4258 6704 Reddoch Road
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 593-6044 Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church Holly Grove Free Will Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-2273
Grand Ridge, FL 32442593-6044 3360 Gardenview Rd 2699 Highway 73S Pine Ride Baptist Church CHURCH OF CHRIST
First Assembly of God Cottondale, FL 32431 579-4223 Marianna, FL 32448 482-3489 3064 Pine Ridge Church Rd Caverns Rd. Church of Christ
Gracevile, FL 32440 263-3351. Everlena Missionary Baptist Inwood Baptist Church Alford, FL 32420 4448 River Rd
5309 Ellaville Rd 2012 Inwood Rd Pin Grove Bast Church Marianna, FL 482-2605
First Assembly of God Church Campbellton, FL 32426.. 263-3900 Grand Ridge, FL 32448 593-5328 Piney Grove Baptist Church
4186 Lafayette t First Baptist Church Liberty Hill Missionary Baptist Church Cottondale, FL 32431 352-3800 CHURCH OF GOD
Marianna FL 32446 3172 Main St 5239 Liberty Hill Road Pleasant "Bptist Church 2 Pred Ridge Church'o f God
482-2800 Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4586 Bascom, FL' 32426 '569-5949. 541 PleasantRidge RdCh 2232 Porter Ave Grand Ridge, FL
First Assembly of God Church of First Baptist Churh 98 Little Zion Missionary Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32446263-8007 5301 or 592-2814
Cottondale 5366 Ninth St P.O. Box 98 3181 Little Zion Rd P.O: Box 190 Poplar Springs Missionary Baptist 592-5301 or 592-2814
2636 Milton 32431St 3524626 Malone, FL 32445 569-2426 Sneads, FL 32460 592-1614onary Baptst Marianna Church of God
:Faith l f Fait : at i1!st Church Lovedale Baptist Church- 2662 Poplar Sprins Rd (All services interpreted for the
a ven Assembly God 2494 Hwy 7 uth 869 6595 Lovedale Rd Bascom, FL 32423 Marianna, FL 32446 526-3176 hearng mpaired) FL 32446
-71 35 Hwy 90 :. : ,Marianna FL. 482-'2869 2791 Jefferson St, Marianna, FL 32446
Grand Ridge, FL 32442* 592-8205 ,. M ... 592-5415 or 592-2134 Providence Baptist Church 482-6264
griRest Asemblof :G rst Baptist Churchn Marvin Chapel Free Will Baptist Church 6940 Providence Church Rd
Pilgrim Rest Assembly o afGod .8010 Pope St P.O. Box 246 2041 Hope School Dr Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-5481 CHURCH OF GoD IN CHRIST.
3347 Pilgrim Rest Church Road Sneads, FL 32460
Marianna, FL 32448 579-2300 a, F 3 Marianna, FL 32448 482-5375 Ro pbch@embarq urch Glous Gospel Church of God In
+elcome Asdembly ot God :First Baptist Church of Bascom Rocky Creek Baptist Church Christ
Welcome Assembly of God 4951 Basswood Rd P.O. Box 97
6784 Messer Rd Bascom, Fl 32423 .569-2699 Midway Freewlll Baptist Church 5458 Rocky Creek Rd 4255 Clay St Marianna, FL 32448
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-5077 1600 Church St Marianna, FL 32448 526-7508 594-1096 or 557-4019 FIrat Baptist Church of Campbellton 6158 Rocky Creek Rd Salem Free Will Baptist. Miracle Restoration Center
2405 Hwy 2 1Marianna, FL 32448 592-8999 2555 Kynesville Rd 2997 Hall Street
ampbellton, FL 32426 263-3183 Mount Olive Baptist Cottondale, FL 32431 579-4194 Marianna, FL 32448 526-2335
APS First Baptist Church Southern Baptist 6045 Hwy 2 Refuge Tabernacle Church of God in
BAPTIST 987 8th Ave P.O. Box 565 Bascom FL 32423 569-5080 ShadReuge Taberncle Church of God in
Alford Baptist Church Graceville FLA2440 263-3a23 Shady Grove Baptst Churchn Christ
Alford Baptist Church P.O. Box 6 fbcgraceville FL 32440 263-3323south Mt.Tabor Missionary Baptist Church 7304 Birchwood Rd 2820 Chipola Street
1764 Carolina St P.O. Box 6 bcgraceve@bellsouthnet 3695 Popular Springs Rd Grand Ridge FL 32442 592-6952 Marianna, FL 32448 482-2607
Aford, FL 32420 850-573-3249 www.fbcgracevilleor Marianna, FL 32446 594-4161 ; St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church The New ZIon Temple Church of God
Bethel Missionary Baptist Church 2897 Green St Marianna, FL 32446 Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church 2871 Orange Street In Christ
2137 McLeod St 27 Gree fbmariannaorg F 5382 Old US Road Marianna, FL 32448 482-2591 1022 Washington Ave
Cypress, FL 592-4108 5264200 Malone, FL 32445 569-2049 Baptist Church Graceville, FL 32440
Bethel Star Missionary Baptist Church First FreewillBaptist Church of Malone New Easter Missionary Baptist Church 1935 Jacob Road Victory Tabernacle Chrch of God In
4134 Lincoln Ave PO. Box 385 977 Hope Ave Cottondale, FL 32431 263-4097 Christ
SMarinna, FL 32448 482-4866 Malone FL 32445 850-569-2786 Graceville, FL 32440 658-8344 St. Peter Missionary Baptist 6752 Highway 90
Bethlehem Baptist Church First Freewill Baptist Church New Galllee Missionary Baptist Church 7889 McKeown Mill Rd Grand Ridge, FL 32442 209-7711
2300 Bethlehem Rd 7970 Davis St 2155 Highway 73 South P.O. Box 234 RP.O. Box 326 593-3363
Cottondale, FL 32431 579-9940 Sneads FL 32460 5935400 Marianna, FL 32447 482-5499


Pope Francis and the top stories of 2013

P opes come and But here is an interesting commentary from world requiring most nonprofit ing bloody attacks on
popes go, with a new question to ponder: Based media. ministries to offer health- Christians in Egypt, Syria,
pope elected every on his own words and ac- When this happens, insurance plans cover- Pakistan and Kenya.
few years or decades. tions, what 2013 event or explained Pope Fran- ing sterilizations and all ". A Pew Research Center
Thus, when viewed trend would Pope Francis cis, "religion cannot be FDA-approved contracep- survey found that more
through the lens qf his- have selected as the most spoken of; it is something tives, including "morn- than 1 in 5 American Jews
tory, the resignation of y M tti l important? private, no? Publicly it is ing-after pills." The U.S. now claim no ties to Juda-
Pope Benedict XVI was As the year came to a not spoken about. The Supreme Court accepted ism as a faith. The number
a stunning event in the On Religion close, it appeared the religious signs are taken a case brought by Hobby of professing Jewish adults
history of Roman Catholi- pope's attention was in- down. The laws that come Lobby, a for-profit corpo- is now less than 2 percent
cism and, thus, all ofWest- has shown that he wants creasingly focused on the from the worldly pow- ration led byconservative of the U.S. population,
em Christianity. He was a mission-minded church persecution of believers ers must be obeyed. You Christians who claim although Jewish identity
the first man to resign St. that balances a defense around the world, espe- can do so many beautiful that the mandate violates remains strong.
Peter's throne in 600 years. of Catholic doctrine with cially endangered Chris- things except adore God." their freedom of religious 9. Leaders of the Boy
Surely this was the most a renewed commitment 'tian minorities in Egypt, The rest of the RNA expression. Scouts of America voted to
important religion-news to offering mercy and Syria and throughout the Top 10 list included these 5. Battles continued in accept openly gay Scouts
story of 2013? pastoral care to the poor, Middle East. In a sermon events and trends: the Middle East over the but not Scoutmasters.
But when seen through the powerless and those of on Nov. 28, he even urged 3.In another 5-4 vote, political role of Islam, While most evangelicals
the lens of the main- little or no faith. He wants his listeners to recall that the U.S. Supreme Court with violence escalating opposed this change,
stream press, the bookish to build a church defined when people are forbid-. cleared the way for gay in Syria and continuing Catholic and Mormon
Benedict's exit was a mere by its actions, not just by den to worship, and faith marriage in Califorria in Egypt where the leaders were divided.
ripple in the news flow words. is driven from public life, and voided the ban'on military ousted the freely 10. Muslims joined oth-
compared to the tsunami To no one's surprise, the the end times could be federal benefits to same- elected Muslim Brother- ers in condemning the
of headlines inspired election of Pope Francis near. sex couples. Supporters of hood-led government and Boston Marathon bomb-
by the rise of Cardinal was selected as the year's "What does this mean? gay marriage celebrated violently cracked down on ing committed by two
Jorge Mario Bergoglio of No. 1 religion story by the It will be like the triumph victories in other states its Islamist supporters. young Muslim men who
Buenos Aires as the first journalists in the Religion ofthe prince of this world: as well, with Illinois and 6. Nelson Mandela died attended colleges in the
Latin American pope. Newswriters Association the defeat of God. It seems Hawaii becoming the 15th at age 95 and was remem- area.
During his remarkable (RNA), with the resigna- that in that final moment and 16th states to legalize bered as a prophet of
media honeymoon, Pope tion of Pope Benedict of calamity, he will take same-sex marriage. nonviolence and recon- Terry Mattingly is the director of the
Francis has been humble XVIthe No. 2 story. Pope possession of this world, 4. Legal battles contn- ciliation in South Africa. shouni or risin Cee at
and savvy, pragmatic and Francis was also named that he will be the master iUed in courts nationwide 7. Attacks on religious and Universities and leads the
charismatic. Religion Newsmaker of of this world," he said, in over the Health and Hu-: minoritles continued projectto study
Most of all, this pope the Year. remarks that drew little man Services manandate around the world, includ- religion and the ews.

Fondation Temple Religion Briefs
Prison ministry leader named tion" because she is "rooted in the Beaver Falls city manager Stephen
A C ItIn to Baptist of the Y. Bible with a commitment to social Johnson says city officials aren't
justice and mercy ministries." happy about the decision, but can't
S, NASHVILLE, Tenn. The Baptist stop it. The petition's author, Tom
h st ap Pec ion Center for Ethics' E-parlshioners Soltes, says he sees the church as
host apc website has named the leader of a hnna to5avo ld Pa church part ofthe city's history and among
Nashville-based prison ministry its n r Save acurc its oldest buildings. Construction on
Foundation Temple Apostolic Faith Churches, "Baptist of theYear" for 2013. BEAVER FALLS, Pa. Former itbegan in 1895.
Inc. will honor its Founder and Overseer, Senior Linda Leathers is the CEO of The parishioners at a nearly 120-year-old
Bishop E.T. Mike, and Minister Lottie Mike on Next Door. The nonprofit provides Roman Catholic church in western Nazi graffiti on
Jan. 3. programs to help formerly incarcer- Pennsylvania are trying to stop its Stockhlm me m
The service will begin at 7 p.m. The theme is ated women start over. Theyinclude demolition after it was closed in m
"Chosen Leaders Perfecting and Edifying the Body job training, mental health and 2012. STOCKHOLM- Swedish po-
of Christ." substance abuse treatment, and par- The Beaver County Times reported lice have opened a hate-crime
The celebration will feature anointed praise enting classes. Thursday that an online petition investigation after swastikas were
and worship:i music. Also, The Gospel Jubilives The Next Door has helped more launched Christmas Day to save St. spray-painted on the entrance of a
of Cottondale will provide special music. The than 1,500 women over the past Mary's Catholic Church in Beaver mosque in downtown Stockholm.
guest speaker will be Pastor Damell Brown of decade. The group now has residen- Falls drew more than 370 names the Omar Mustafa, the head of
True Holiness Church in Ebro. The celebration tial transition centers in Nashville, first week Church officials say Bish- Sweden's Islamic federation, says
will take place at Foundation Temple Apostolic Knoxville and Chattanooga. op David Zubik of the Pittsburgh employees discovered the vandalism
Faith Church, 3341 Tendell Road in Cottondale. executive edi- diocese last year gave the St. Monica as they arrived to open the mosque
Overseer Mike is currently serving as the church tor Robert Parham said in a news Parish permission to demolish the Thursday morning. He posted pic-
pastor. .release that' "Leathers represents the building because it was deemed too tures of the graffiti on Twitter.
or more information, call Associate Bishop Carl- best of the goodwill Baptist tradi- expensive to repair. Fro wire reports
ton Cotton, iclebration coordinator,at 557-888.

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Marlanna Church of the Nazarene Ascension Lutheran Church :P.O. Box 458 Marianna, FL 32448 526-2730 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-4166
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4362 Lafayette St 4942 Basswood Rd PO. Box 67 Springfield AME Church (Meetsat the new Marianna High School) United Pentecostal Deliverance
Marianna, FL 482-2431 Bascom, FL 32423 569-2231 4194 Union Rd 3546 Caverns Rd 5255 10th Ave Cypress Unted Methodist Church Marianna, FL 32446 352-4252 Marianna, FL 32446 482-2477 Malone, FL 32445 569-5989 6267 Cemetery Ave St. James AME Church Rocky Creek Tabernacle PRESBYTERIAN
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Country Gospel Community Church Marianna, FL L* 482-4502 5395 Snow Hill Rd, P.R. Box. 174 2957 Hall St, Marianna, FL 482-8158
Country Gospel Community Church Malone, FL 32445* 569-5315
Compass Lake in the Hills Grace United Methodist PENTECOSTAL RESTORATIONIST
650 Apalachicola Ave 4203 W. Kelson Ave Mt. Olive AME Church
Alford, FL 32420 (850) 579-4172 Marianna, FL 482-4753 2135 Fairview Rd The Sanctuary Church of Jesus Christ of Marianna
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Resurrection Life Christian Fellowship Grand Ridge United Methodist Church ChuMaranna, FL 482-8720 Marianna, FL 32448 482-2282
International 6911 Iowa Street Bethlehem AME Church
2933 Madison Street Grand Ridge, FL 32442 3100 Lovewood Rd, P.O. Box 752 SEVNTH DAY AVENTIST
Marianna, FL. 5262617 Cottondale, FL 32431 Apostolic Revival Center of Marianna SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
Mariana, 526-2617 Greenwood Chapel AME 352-2111 or 352-4721 3001 Hwy 71 N, P.O. Box 634 Emmanuel SDA Church
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2645 Pebble Hill Rd Jerusalem AME Church Believers Outreach Ministry 2036 Gloster Ave 2764 Salem Church Rd
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New Life Family Church Marianna, FL 32448 482-5085 Marianna, FL 32446 352-4926 593-4487 or 593-6949
4208 Lafayette St M6Chapel AME Church Cypress Creek Community Church
Marianna, FL32446 526-2132 4963 Old U.S. Rd 1772 Macedonia Road, PO Box 496
The Bridge Church Marianna, FL 569-2184 Alford, FL 32420 638-0360
2515 Commercial Park Dr Mt. Shiloh AME Church Ever ncreasing Word of Faith Ministries
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HOLINESS Bascom, FL 32423 569-1044 Marianna, FL 32446. 526-4704 5 516 5, li
Emmanuel Hiness Church New Bethel Christian Methodist Heaven's Garden Worship Center
Emm2505 Sandruel Holiness Church Rd Episcopal Church 3115 Main Street l
2505 Sandridge Church Rd 2487 Highway 1 Cottondale, FL 32431
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Hickory Level Community Church Pope Chapel African Methodist Faith Cornerstone Church Ministries I
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Peavy Funeral Home 9th Ave Suite 260, Pensaco- Grover and Chris Runkle of follow at Pope Cemetery, lifelong resident of Jackson ilies work together at Sun-
20367 NW Evans Ave. la, FL. Make a notation on Chattahoochee, Fl., Joey located on Cemetery Street County, Florida, living in land. She retired after 25
Blountstown, Fla. 32424 your check "Sacred Heart McDaniel (and wife Catlin) in Sneads; Fl. Flowers will Malone. years of service to return
850..674.2266 Children's Hospital in of Chattahoochee, Fl., be accepted by the family Ms. Eunice became a home to once again enjoy
Memory of Easton J. Mathew McDaniel of Talla- but those wishing to do so member of Friendship spending time with family
Marcum" or to St. Jude hassee, Fl., and Kyle are encouraged to contrib- Baptist Church at age 16. and friends.
Easton James Children's Research Hospi- McDaniel, of Sneads, Fl. ute to Hospice of Emerald Growing up in the church The family would like to
rc tal P.O. Box 1000 Depart- Mrs. McDaniel also leaves Coast, 4374 Lafayette St., she loved, she served in thank the staff of Jackson
Marcum ment 142, Memphis, TN behind two great grand- Marianna, Fl 32446 in many capacities. She Hospital for caring for our
38148-0142. All arrange- children: Casey and Ryan memory of Mts. McDaniel. taught GA's, Sunday precious Mother and
Infant baby boy, Easton ments are under the direc- Grover. She is survived by The family also wishes to School, Vacation Bible "mawmaw". Thank you for
James Marcum, age 11 tion of Marlon Peavy at three nephews (Panama thank Emerald Coast Hos- School, and served on a va- allowing her to die with the
days, passed away Wednes- Peavy Funeral Home in City, F1l., one niece pice for their excellent care riety of committees. She dignity and pride she so
day, December 25, 2013 in Blountstown, FL. (Chipley, Fl.) and her care and compassion during felt it was an honor for her deserved. Thank you to all
Pensacola, FL. Easton was giver Candace Stephens of this time. to serve, not a job. of the wonderful people of
born on December 14, 2013 LanerAndler Cypress, Fl. Lanier Andler Funeral She is preceded in death Malone who loved our
in Marianna, FL. Survivors Funeral Home, Mrs. McDaniel graduat- Home in Sneads, Fl. is in by her husband, Max Wil- Mother and took care of
include, Mother, Emily 8261 Highway 90 East ed from Bay County High charge of the arrange- liams. Survivors include a her with such compassion
Whittaker of Bristol, FL Fa- Sneads, Florida School and left Panama ments. Pastor Matt Basford loving daughter, Judy and love. Her caregivers
ther, Kyle Marcum of Bris- 850-663-4343 City to come to will be in charge of the Childs, of Hartford, Alaba- Kathryn Cheek and Linda
tol, FL, Maternal grandpar- Chattahoochee, Florida service. ma; a devoted son, Buddy Wilson were angels sent to
ents, Stanley and Brenda where she enrolled in the ame is and his wife, Melissa, of her.
Whittaker of Bristol, FL. Mate nursing school program at James es Tallahassee, Florida; six Funeral services will be
Two maternal great- an l Florida State Hospital in Funeral Home grandchildren, Chris Rob- held at the Friendship Bap-
grandmothers, Cora Dyess McDaniel 1948. She will be remem- Maddox Chapel inson and his wife, Donna, tist Church at 2 PM on Sat-
of Pensacola, FL and Darcy bered as Estelle White by 4278 Lafayette Street Jody Childs and his wife, urday, January 4, 2014,
Whittaker of Blountstown, Estelle McDaniel of her many classmates who Marianna, Florida 32446 Jennifer, Cheri Childs Cox with visitation one hour
FL., Maternal step great- Sneads, Florida passed were in the nursing pro- 850.482.2332 and her husband, Richie, prior to the service.
grandmother, Ruth Whit- away on Wednesday, Janu- gram at that time. Mrs. all of Hartford, Alabama, Flowers will be accepted,
taker of Bristol, FL., Pater- ary 1,2014. Mrs. McDaniel McDaniel met & married Edmund G. Kyli Herring Pinkerton and or donations may be made
nal grandparents, Randall was born on November 30, Pete McDaniel and they her husband, Patrick, Alicia to Friendship Baptist
and Kim Marcum of Dal- 1930 in Columbus, Georgia settled & lived in Sneads, Mullett Herring Daugle and her Church in Ms. Eunice's
ton, GA., Paternal grand- and grew up in the Panama Fl. where she worked as a husband Robbie, and Ha- honor.
parents, Leisa and Kenny City Beach, Florida area. Dental Assistant, and later Service of Remembrance ley Herring, of Tallahassee; Williams Funeral Home
Beller of Chipley, FL., Pa- She is preceded in death by as a Storekeeper in the will be at 1 p, Saturda and seven great-great- of Graceville, FL, (850)
ternal great-grandmother, her husband, Pete Dental Clinic at Florida January 4, 2014 at James & grandchildren. 263-5116, is in charge of
Maggie Palmer of Caryville, McDaniel of Sneads, Fl., State Hospital in Sikes Maddox Chapel She was the .daughter of arrangements. Condolen-
FL who died January 28, 2010 Chattahoochee. She re- Expressions of sympathy Simon and Ada Hall of Ma- ces maybeexpressed at
Funeral services will be and an infant daughter, Jo- tired on November 30, may be made online at lone. Growing up on the www.williamsfuneral
held Monday January, 6, seph Alexia. Also, preced- 1992, after working 30 plus family arm, Ms. Eunice, as Sign
2014 at 11:00 am (EST) at ing Mrs. McDaniel in death years for the State of Flori- she was- affectionately the online guest book at
Bristol Christian Church in were Her parents, Carl and da. She & her husband Williams FuneralHome known, learned the mean-
Bristol, FL with Reverend Mamie White and her only were long time members of of Graceville ing of hard work at an early
Alan McManus officiating, sibling, Dorothy French, all the Sneads United Meth- 5283 Brown Street age. She passed on her leg-
Interment will follow in the of Panama City, Fl. A fa- odist Church. Graceville, FL 32440 acy to those around her, al-
Pleasant Hill Cemetery in vorite uncle, James Leon The Homegoing Service (850) 263-5116 ways wanting to serve any
Bristol, FL. The family will Ventry, passed in 1986. for Estelle McDaniel will be way she was needed.
receive friends Monday, Ms. McDaniel leaves be- held at 11:00AM, CST, at Eunice Hall Ms. Williams worked
January 6, 2014 from 10:00 hind two sons, Patrick (and the First Baptist Church, with the Jackson County
am (EST) until service time wife Cheryl) McDaniel, Mi- 8010 Pope Street, Sneads, WilliamS, Sheriffs Department in the Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc.
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at 11:00 am (EST) at Bristol chael McDaniel, and one Fl. on Saturday, January 04, early 1960s. She later 2911efferson StMaana
Christian Church. The fam- daughter, Rhonda (and 2014. Visitation with the Mrs. Eunice Hall Wil- worked at Sunland Train- 850-372-4456
ily request in lieu of flow- husband Henry) Mixon, all family will be held one liams, age 88, of Malone, ing Center as a cottage pa-
ers, please make donations of Sneads, Fl. She was the hour prior to the service Florida, passed on Wed- rent and was promoted to Michael's Toggery
in Easton's name to Sacred proud grandmother of five (10:00 AM CST) at the same nesday, January 1, 2914, at Supervisor. She is remem- FuneralAppropriateAttire
Heart Foundation, 5149 N. grandchildren: Amanda location. Interment will Jackson Hospital. She was a bered as trying to help fam- 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna

Strong winter storm pushes into the Northeast

The Associated Press jor highways were ordered shut down Crews work on de-icing
overnight. U.S. airlines canceled a Southwest jet at
BOSTON A storm expected to more than 2,300 flights nationwide Albany International
bring more than a foot of snow, stiff Thursday in advance of the storm. Airport on Thursday
winds -and punishing cold pushed The heavy weather began rolling in 5 in Colone, N.Y. Upo
into the Northeast on Thursday, ex- just a day aftpr New York Mayor Bill :to 5 inches of snow
tending Christmas break for some de Blasio was sworn in to lead the had already falle in
students while posing the first test for nation's largest city and a few days be- eastern New York by
New York's new mayor and perhaps fore Boston Mayor Thomas Menino Thursday morning, but
the last cihallenge for Boston's outgo- ends 20 years in office. the National Weather
ing one. Menino announced a parking ban Service said some
Some schools in New England and and said schools would be closed to- ar fr ff to
New York closed well ahead of the day in Boston, where up to 14 inches Albany could get a total
snow, while cities mobilized plows of snow was expected. Boston's airport of u t 1 inmheasta
'the time the coastal
and salt spreaders, and state offices said it Would not handle any flights af- storm moves out.
sent workers home early. Some ma- ter 8:30 p.m. Thursday. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

udsidestate Briefuc 'Paint the Plug' fire hydrant painting contest
ewspaper i ruling blocks the city from
newpaper in rcontinuing private talks. Downtown Chipley is sponsor- ticipate. Any group, club or organi- of the painted hydrant.Votes cdn be
Sunshine Lawlawsuit At a May 8 news confer- ing a "Paint the Plug" contest. zation can participate. The entry fee made at the WCAC Facebook page
MIAMI -A judge has ence, Jacksonville Mayor. This event is being hosted by the' is $25 per fire hydrant which will be or by paper vote at designated loca-
sided with The Florida Alvin Brown announced Washington County Arts Council used toward the WCAC Scholarship tions. Winner will be announced on
Times-Union in a lawsuit that a new pension agree- Inc. and the Chipley Community Fund. .Feb. 22.
arguing that Jackson- ment had been reached Redevelopment Agency. Deadline WCAC will be basing its decision For rules and an application, visit
ville city officials broke with the Jacksonville Po- for entry is Monday with painting to approve applications for paint- www.washingtoncountyartscoun
Florida's open-govern- lice and Fire Pension Fund dates scheduled for Jan. 25 through ing based on creativity, originality, For more information and
ment laws when they held Board of Trustees. Feb. 2. imagination and appropriateness, application, contact Suzan Gage at
privatetalksover pro- Times-Union Editor Anyone can participate in the People's Choice Award will be de- or 693-0808
posed changes to police Frank Denton says the contest. There is no age limit. You cided by votes by the public from or Tonya Pippin at tonya.pippin@
and firefighter pensions; public had a right to know do not have to be an artist to par- Feb. 3 to Feb. 19 based on a picture or 638'7700.
In a ruling Tuesday, about the proceedings that _
Circuit Judge Waddell led to a proposed 30-year
Wallace said the talks lheld labor agreement involving Local Briefs
'from March through May millions of dollars. Foreign exchange The office also can Jackson County Habitat for
were, subject to the state's student program lookidg be reached 24 hours a day at Humanity is a not-for-profit
Sunshine Law and should The Associated Press 1-800-647-8839. organization founded on the
for VOlunteerS conviction that everyone should
r Tull's family members. International Fellowship Inc., Jackson County Habitat have a decent, safe and affordable
They've been married a a nonprofit, foreign exchange stu- for Humanity Ther's place to live. All proceeds from
From Padecade and change, with dent program is looking for people Place Like Hoe 5K Run this event go toward building
From Page lA their 1lth anniversary who are interested in 1osting No Place Like Home K Run safe, healthy and affordable hous-
positive and soon con- comingaround this July. foreign exchange students and The Jackson County Habitat for ing for Jackson County families in
firmed by a physician. They named their representatives to secure host Humanity There's No Place Like need.
Yajaira Tull said she's daughter after Yajaira Tull's families for high school exchange Home 5K Run will be held on Go to for ad-
very happy Mother Nature mother,,whose middle students. For more information Saturday, Feb. 15, at Madison ditional information and to print a
intervened when she did. name is Ellis (pronounced visit our website www.interna Street Park in Marianna at 8 a.m. registration form. You.can also call
The stay-at-home mom "Elise"), and after William or email us with registration beginning at 7 Tammy Dean at 209-0397 or Leslie
is looking forward to do- Tull's late grandmother, with any questions infelwes@ a.m. Early registration is $25. Fuqua at 482-2187.
ing "girly things" with her Isabel.
daughter, she said. That's Jackson Hospital is the deployabl -onday
only fair, she said, since only rura hospital in is First combat deployable F-22s set to arrive Monday
hubby William has been region that delivers babies,
teaching the boys all his and the maternity ward Tyndall Air Force Base through strategic applica- to Tyndall's current role making it the largest sin-
mechanic and building has recently been given a will receive the first of 24 tion of fifth-generation air as the home of F-22 pilot gle-base contingent of
skills as they grow up. facelift, including an im- F-22 Raptors on Monday dominance fighter aircraft training. In total, 'more F-22s in existence. About
The two parents were proved receiving desk and as part of the new combat and personnel." than 50 of the world's 1,100 positions are as-
childhood friends, as repainted patient rooms mission. Base officials expressed most advanced aircraft sociated with the new
their mothers were close with some new furnish- The five aircraft arriv- the importance of this as will call Tyndall home, mission.
in those years, but they ings. There are 25 nurses ing are a part of the 95th the next step toward the
wound up living in dif- on staff in the labor and Fighter Squadron, which new combat mission,
ferent places as teenqg- delivery department, with re-activated in October. responsible for deploy-
ers. Romance bloomed all trained for neonatal The squadron's mission ing a large number of g o
one year when both had resuscitation. The hospital is "to project unrivaled Airmen and aircraft at ,
come back to their home has 10 post-partum beds, combat power in support any given time, mark-
ground as adults, to four labor and delivery of national military objec- ing a first in Tyndall's
pay their respects at the beds, a triage room and a tives and combatant com- history. Dow n sot,
funeral of one ofYajaira C-section room. mander requirements The new mission adds W 9 _

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to call the fire department at
482-2414, take advantage of a
From Page lA city program and make arrange-
the burning house were four ments for department represen-
adult women who would not tatives to come out and install
survive. smoke detectors in your home.
Once the fire had been extin- The four women were de-
guished, investigators from the scribed as pillars of their. com-
state fire marshal's office, medi- munity, with friends and relatives
cal examiner's office and local drawn to Gertrude Pete's home,
agencies entered the four-bed- two doors west of the historic St.
room house to search for those Luke Baptist Church.
who were reported missing. "People would honk their
Inside, they found the four bod- horns and wave when they saw
ies: two in separate bedrooms, a i them sitting on their porch,"
one on a living room couch and 77- Lovett recalled.
one in the threshold of the front h- There are few immune to the
door. sadness being felt across Jackson
"It's just tragic to lose four County in the wake of Wednes-
people in the community at a day's tragedy. An emotional toll
time when we're supposed to be has even been taken on some of
celebrating the new year," Lovett the approximately 25 firefighters
said. who were on the ground to help
While local law enforcement ANGIECOOK/FLORIDAN extinguish the deadly blaze.
officials reached for comment Yellowtapeand a"Keep Out"signwarn against entering a Jackson Street house Thursday.The home wasdestroyed My firefighters were all shak-
earlyThursdaywould not release by fire on New Year's Day. Four women perished in the blaze. en by it," Lovett said. "This was a
the victims' names until posi- casualties,Lovett took a somber What started the fire, Loyett The extent of the Pete family's large family everybody knows
tive identification was received tone. said, was possibly an overloaded loss four members, from mul- somebody in that family.'
from the medical examiner's of- "In my 20 years of being in- extension cord, but a final deter- tiple generations, gone in a single The fire chief said the impact of
fice in Panama City, relatives of volved in this business, this is mination of the cause may still house fire is difficult to imag- the loss was evident during the
those lost in the fire confirmed the worst I've seen in terms of be a week away. Marianna of- ine. But the level of that devas- fire's after-action debriefing (a
their identities as 68-year-old fire casualties," he said. ficials are being assisted in the tation may have been lessened time when firefighters can share
family matriarch Gertrude Pete, Marianna Fire-Rescue is still investigation by the state fire by a resident's quick thinking their thoughts and feelings about
98-year-old Ruth Elise Pete in the fact-gathering phase, but arshal's office. and the alarm from a smoke the event), when sadness was a
(Gertrude's mother-in-law), 85- preliminary information, in- "The young lady that got every- detector. frequently expressed emotion.
year-old Sarah Johnson (Ger- cluding the structure's collapsed one out is the true hero," Lovett "I do believe the smoke detec- "It's justreally heartbreaking,"
trude's mother), and 4i-year- roof and still-standing exterior said of an as-yet-unidentified tors helped save lives," the chief he added.
old Cynthia Pete (Gertrude's walls, indicates the fire started grandchild who was reportedly said of the Jackson Street fire. "As a city, as a community, as a
daughter). soiewhere in the hallway of the key to most people in the house Lovett urges all city of Mari- whole- we all need prayer right
Discussing Wednesday's fire home and grew from there. getting out safely. anna residents (renters. or now."

-stepped in to provide a Gertrude Pete's son So t '
supply of food and cloth- Rodell ete and his wife
Frngingsu y of ands temp ory Bndas Pete ad his wie irst paacnther death Jimmy captive for three the closed Pier, how to
lPing, as wellas temp orary Brenda say the matriarch -hours before he shot the handle crime and negoti-
rom Page shelter forse some of the especially loved children, of 20 l boy as he tried to escape. ate with the Tampa Bay
belongings as well as people who lived in the and people in general. NAPLES An endan- He later cut up the body. Rays baseball team.
taking away soe of their house Most or all of the What little she had togive, gered Florida panther has Investigators found the re-
most important adults. children were eventu- they sa, she gave it freely been killed in a three- mainsthree months later From wre reports
The adults ally housed when she saw someone in car crash in southwest in conorete-filled planters.
who are left to didn'tno with relatives. need. Andwhile she was Florida. Lawmakers later passed
Hcarry o an have The Jackson mode tly fixed financially, It's the first recorded the Jimmy Ryce act,
set up a fund at County backpack her heart was filled with panther death of the year. which allows the civil
Regions Bank probably be program also the riches that can only Wildlife officials say commitment of danger-
where donors worse or came into play belong to people who love collisions with vehicles ous sexual predators once -
tan contribute Rodellete, as a food boost: and look out for others, pose a significant threat they have completed their
money toward Gertrude Pete's son for the family. they-say. Sheltering the to the rare cats. Roughy prison terms.
the costs of Coats were also youagsters and some of 100 to 160 adult panthers
burying the women aid of donated. Firehouse Lock the adults in their lives, remain in the wild. Nw mayor tak
helping.get the childrens and Key made a key for was second nature for Darrell Land of the hel St
lives back to something one of the family cars Gertrude, Brenda said. Florida Fish and Wildlife Petersbu
like normal. The Pete after the keys to the Gertrude was- more like Conservation Commis- ST. PETERSBURG
Family Fire Fund should vehicle were ruined in the a mother to her than a sion says the panther The fourth-largest
be referenced when mak- fire. mother-in-law, she added, fatally struck by a vehicle city in Forida has a new
ing donations, and the The wood frame home and the grief she feels Thursday along Interstate mayor.
bank's fund manager, Amy that Gertrude Pete rented for her is as keen as if 75 in (o ~ertCotey was a. Rick Kriesman was
Hill, can be reac~ed for onJackson Stret in she were blood. She said young male that weighed sworn in Thursday as St. e~
additional information. Marianna was always t she and her husband are 'iip to 12iJpoqnds. Biolo- Petersburg's 53rd mayor.
To reach family members fled to overflowing with' drawing strength from gists believehe was the The former state repre- I a O F
for more information people. She had taken each other and one more -same cat that has been sentative and City Coun-
on what else might be in her elders as well as source to face a future oaminga Naples neigh- cil member was elected in V
needed, call Brenda or many grandchildren and without Gertrude. "We try borhood recently. November after defeating
Rodell Pete at 209-4487 or other youngsters, along: to comfort each other and Florida Highway Patrol then-Mayor Bill Foster.
557-0545. with young adult rela- I do what I can totake the officials say minor iju- The new mayor has alot
The oldest victim who tives throughout her life, load off of him, some, just ries were reported after to tackle. The city must Downtown Marianna
died in the fire is Ruth, several family members be there for him. We trying the crash. decide what to do with 850.48-2.4037
Elise Pete. Some relatives have said. to talk and get through Land says 20 panther
say she's 98 on paper, Six children were in things together," Brenda deaths were recorded-last
while she claimed to. the house and all got out said. year. Most of the panther
be just 95. This disagree- safely, along with the "If I didn't know God, I deaths recorded in recent
ment between Ruth and three adults who survived, would probably be worse years are caused by colli-
the paperwork was a run- Family members said off," Rodell Pete said the sions with vehicles.
ning family joke. She there were additional morning after the fire,
was mother-in-law to adults who lived there a day when he found it Jimmy Ryce killer to
the head-of-household, but were not home at difficult to speak. He lost
68-year-old Gertrude the time of the fire. The a lot in the matter of just a be executed Feb. 12
Pete, who also perished three surviving adults few minutes: his mother, TALLAHASSEE The
in the fire. Gertrude who were in the'house Gertrude; his maternal man who raped and
Pete's mother, 85-year- are Martieka Pete, Linda grandmother, Sarah John- murdered 9-year-old
old Sarah Johnson, and Pete and Charlie Wal- son; his paternal grand- Jimmy Ryce almost 20
Gertrude Pete's da~ugh- ton, according to family mother, Ruth Elise Pete; years ago isscheduled to
ter, 46-year-old Cynthia members and his younger sister; be executed Feb. 12.
Pete, were the other two Housing more than a Cynthia Pete. Gov. Rick Scott signed
victims, dozen individuals into He and his brother, the a death warrant Thurs-
Suviving family mem- a four-bedroom house Rev. Robert A. Pete, along day for 46-year-old Juan
bers are'marshaling their was something Gertrude with other relatives, will Carlos Chavez, who
forces in trying to secure Pete was used to doing; be gathering often over kidnapped, raped, then
housing for the children she has always been a the next several weeks as dismembered the boy on
displaced bythe fire and gatherer of people and the family tries to re- Sept. 11, 1995. BEN SAUNDERS, D.M.D.
to put clothes on their helped raise more than build life for the children JimmywaS abducted af- PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
backs; school starts back her share of youngsters, who had a place in their ter being dropped off by a PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
on Jan.7 after the Christ- familymemberssay.All of mother's household and school bus near his home 4711 Highway 90 East Marianna, FL
mas break, and they'll be the children living if'the heart. in south Miami-Dade (Between Burger King & Big Lots). 526-SPIT
starting'with nearly.empty house were related to her Funeral arrangements County. Chavez took him
wardrobes. in some had not been made as of back to his trailer, where
The American Red Cross way. Thursday afternoon, he raped him. He held I I


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Marianna Basketall

Bulldogs ready for craCrusaders

BY DUSTIN KENT In that Dec. 13 matchup, Mari- coming into our gym. We have to anna point guard Shaquarious take that into consideration and
Baker knocked down a 3-pointer try to overcome anything they
The Marianna Bulldogs have at the buzzer to give the Bulldogs throw at us that might be dif-
been on a major roll this sea- a 58-57 victory. "ferent from what they did over
son, winning their first 14 The Crusaders are 3-1 since there.
games and blasting the likes of that game with the only loss "That game could've gone e-
Godby and East Hall (Ga.) by coming to 6A Murphy (Ala.) and ther way, so they'll come in and
a combined 55 points in last MHS coach Travis Blanton said feellike theyve gotto proe that
weekend's Tiger Shootout at he knows that Catholic will give it should've gone the other way
Graceville. his, club all it can handle in the and try to make a statement.
But their recent dominance rematch. That's why it's so important for Marianna's
will again be tested at home to- "They're going to be extremely us to not overlook anything and Shaquarious
night by a talented Pensacola fired up and ready to play and stayreadyto playbecause they're Baker goes in for
Catholic club with no shortage of anxious," the coach said. "They definitely going to be ready to a layup during a
motivation after a gut-wrench- beat us in Marianna last year play." game against Fort
ing defeat in the first meeting in and the year before so it's not like Walton Beach.
Pensacola. they haven't had positive results See BULLDOGS, Page 3B PHOTO Y LORIE NABLE/FORTHE FLORIDAN

SMalone Basketball

ooners down Tide Tigers tryto
turn tables

on Paxton
When the Paxton Bobcats visited
Malone on Dec. 9, they did what no
District 1 team had done in that or any
other gym since the league was formed
in 2011: they beat the Tigers.
Not only did they beat them, but they
lit up the scoreboard with 91 points in
Sa 10-point victory in which they con-
trolled the game for much of the night.
It's a memory sure to be fresh in the
Tigers' minds when they travel to Pax-
ton for the rematch tonight in a game
that Malone will probably have to win
to maintain any real shot at the top seed
in the district tournament.
But beyond the league implica-
tions, Malone may first want to go
about reclaiming its place as, preemi-
nent power in District 1, which Paxton
staked a strong claim to with its Dec. 9
"If they don't have our attention now,
obviously they won't ever get it. They
Sbasically embarrassed us at the house,"
Malone coach StevenWelch said Thurs-
day. "We had a rough night and I hope
we've grown as a team since then.
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS But you've got to give (Paxton) credit.
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron was sacked seven times and turned the ball over three times in a loss to Oklahoma on Thursday. They're a fantastic basketball team and
we understand the challenge coming to
Turnovers doom Alabama in McCarron's final game us.We're eadyanshouldbemotivated
The Bobcats led by as many as 18
The Associated Press in that had been ranked No. 1 defense forced four punts points in the first meeting and over-
much of the past three sea- while giving up only one first came a late Malone run to cut the mar-
NEW ORLEANS Bob sons, winning the previous down in the third quarter. gin to three as well, as a 40-point effort
Stoops declined to announce two national titles before its But Alabama was unable to from Tigers star Chai Baker to hold on
a starting quarterback before shot at a third straight was add another score before the for the win.
the Sugar Bowl, and when OKLAHOMA 45, ALABAMA 31 derailed by Auburn. on the Sooners starting moving the They did so thanks to high-level of-
freshman Trevor Knight took Sugar Bowl last play last month in the ball again early in the final fensive execution that included bal-
the field on the Sooners' first Iron Bowl. quarter. anced scoring with four players
possession, Alabama's de- for more than 40 yards. AJ McCarron passed for Knight lofted a perfect
fenders couldn't have antici- Oklahoma (11-2) needed 387 yards and two TDs, but pass to Lacoltan Bester for a See TIGERS, Page 3B
pated what was in store. him to play that well in the his two interceptions set 34-yard gair to the Alabama
Knight completed a Sugar 80th Sugar Bowl, the first in up Oklahoma TDs, and his 9. Shortly after, Knight rolled
Bowl-record 32 passes for which quarterbacks for both fumble, returned for a score left all the wayto the sideline
348 yards and four toiich- teams threw for more than in the final minute, sealed before rifling a touchdown
downs, and No. 11 Oklaho- 300 yards. 'Bama's first two-game skid strike to Sterling Shepard,
ma took down third-ranked The victory was a sweet since its Sugar Bowl loss to making it a two-touchdown
Alabama, 45-31 onThursday one for Oklahoma coach Utah in January 2009. Mc- gamne againwith 10:44 left.
night. Bob' Stoops, who last off- Carron, meanwhile, lost his Henry, a 6-foot-3, 238-
Knight's completion per- season called talk about the last two starts after going 36- pound true freshman, pulled
centage entering the game Southeastern Conference 2 before those games. Alabamabackwithin a score
was 52.2. He had completed being the best league in col- Freshman Derrick Hen- once more when he turned
47 passes all season, before lege football "propaganda." ry's 43-yard run in the third his first career completion PHOTOBYKELSEYWELCH/FORTHEFLORIDAN
a breakout performance in HisBigl2teamvanquished quarter pulled Alabama to. into a tackle-shedding 61- Chancellor Lockett gets ready to shoot a
which two of his TDs went ih Alabama (11-2) squad .31-24, and the Crimson Tide yard TD with 6:22 still to go. free throw for Malone in a game earlier this

BCS National Chamnpinship Notebook Sneads Basketball

FSU's Pruitt draws from Pirates play

father, days as coach resurgent Altha
BY ALEX BYINGTON he's mowing the grass; I'm hanging BY DUSTIN KENT around the field house.
"And to me looking back on it, it's
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. The the best time of my life, having the Bruce Hubbs' inaugural year as Sneads coach
greatest times of Jeremy Pruitt's life opportunity to spend that time with couldn't have gotten offto a much rockier start, with
revolve around the Plainview High him." just two winsto be found in the first 12 outings.
School field house. Now, in his first season as Florida But the Pirates will look to start the season's sec-
Growing up the son of a Alabama State's defensive coordinator, Pruitt ond half on a better note tonight when they travel to
high school football coach, Pruitt's is still counting on his father's 30-plus Altha for a tough District 2 test against the resurgent
playtime after school often centered years of coaching experience when Wildcats at 7 p.m.
around watching his father, Dale, he needs a little insight. Sneads (1-4 in league play) will need a big-time
preparing the field for practice, do- During a rare three-day break effort on the road against an Altha team that has
ing launidry or any number of menial around Christmas, Jeremy. Pruitt looked the part of a district contender so far, win-
coaching responsibilities, turned to his father for help break- ning five of its first six league games, including a run
Pr(litt couldn't have imagined a bet- ing down film on No. 2 Auburn and of four straight that features a 60-57 home win over
ter way to grow up. the high-octane offense of fellow for- Vernon and an impressive 56-40 road victory over
"Well, you know, being a coach's mer high school coach Gus Malzahn PHOTOBYJENNFERBASFORD/FORTHEFLORIDAN Cottondale.
son, you're kind of drug around the in preparation for Monday's BCS Sneads' Darius Williams (3) blocks The Wildcats opened the season with another big
field house all the time," Pruittsaid. "I national championship game. a shot during a game against away win over Sneads, 61-59 on Nov. 19.
was never sent to a baby sitter; I went Bozeman on Saturday at Graceville
with my dad. He's lining off the fields, See PRUITT, Page 3B High School. See PIRATES, Page 3BL
Ji .. 4 .


College Football

Malzahn's offense tough to pigeonhole

The Associated Press The No. 2 Tigers (12-1) square peg fit in a round Malzahn's first Tulsa of-
effectively switched styles hole and make guys do fense in 2007 ran just 47
NEWPORT BEACH, Ca- four games into this sea- things they want them to percent of the time, and
lif. It's the spread, or son, and rode Nick Mar- do but maybe they're not quarterback Paul Smith
smashmouth. It's about shall and the running best at, and we just try set an NCAA record with
big passing numbers, or game all the way to Mon- to take the opposite ap- 14 consecutive 300-yard
off-the-charts run stats. day's BCS national cham- proach with that," Lashlee passing games. The Gold-
All those descriptions pionship game against No. said on Thursday. en Hurricane led the na-
can be fairly accurate for 1 Florida State (13-0). The This season is a perfect tion in total offense in
the hurry-up, no-huddle zone read, where Marshall example. both of Malzahn's seasons
offense designed by Au- can either run or hand The Tigers have run on as coordinator.
burn coach Gus Malzahn off based on what he sees 70.7 percent of their plays, Current Tulsa coach Bill
back in his Arkansas high from the defense, became counting sacks as passes, Blankenship said the run-
school days. They can each the staple of Auburn's of- far more than any offense ning game was a key part
be totally off-base, too.. fense after a loss to LSU. in Malzahn's eight seasons of those offenses, too,
"All he's ever :said is, The offense then took as a college offensive co- whatever the perception.
'We're a hurry-up, no-hud- flight, or more appropri- ordinator or head coach. "I think there's an illusion
die team that takes advan- atelywas grounded. THEASSOCIATEDPRESS The next highest was the that it's always been pass,"
tage and is going to play The result is the nation's Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn answers questions during Cam Newton-led Auburn said Blankenship, also a
physical football,'" said top rushing team at 335.7 a press conference in the ESPN Zone in Disneyland, Calif., team that won the nation- member of that staff and
Chris Wood, Malzahn's yards per game, an aver- onTuesday. al championship in 2010 like Malzahn highly suc-
former offensive coordina- age just a few yards shy nation's fewest points, said eighth-grade quarterback (66.4 percent), according cessful in the high school
tor at Shiloh Christian and of the two games be- the Tigers are just "doing in Springdale, Ark., when to STATS Inc. ranks. He and Malzahn
Springdale High. "He didn't fore the metamorphosis a better job of executing Malzahn started running The 2010 team posted attribute that flexibility to
say we were going to throw combined. than everybody else." this no-huddle offense, easily the highest perdent- the necessity of buildipg
it or run it. He lets his per- The offense that used to Part of Malzahn's philos- and ran it for two years in age of run plays by a na- around the' available play-
sonnel define the team and give Arkansas prep foes ophy is being willing to do. junior high before taking tional champion since the makers in high school.
define the offense. fits bedeviled the mighty what his quarterback does over the reins at Shiloh 1997 Nebraska option of- Blankenship and Mal-
"I guarantee you he Alabama defense and best. Marshallhas run for Christian. He believes Mal- fense ran 80 percent ofthe zahn became acquainted
loved running the ball in roughed up Missouri for 1,023 yards to complement zahn "is the best play caller time. whpn both were in the
the SEC. That's how he is; 545 yards rushing and 52 Heisman Trophy finalist in the country." Adaptabil- Newton and Marshall are prep ranks..
he just wants to win." points in the Southeastern Tre Mason (1,621 yards), ity based on the personnel his only college quarter- Then Blankenship got
Malzahn has won at ev- Conference championship Corey, Grant (650 yards) of the moment also sets backs to rush for 450 yards more familiar with Mal-
ery stop of the way with an game. and Cameron Artis-Payne Malzahn apart. or more, though every one zahn's offense and its mis-
offense he adapts tofit the Florida State defensive (609).' "I think so many'times of his college teams has direction. plays, sweeps
personnel instead of. the coordinator Jeremy'Pruitt, .Auburn offensive coordi- in our game you may see had at least one 1,000-yard and reverses at Tulsa's
other way around. whose defense yields the nator Rhett Lashlee was an people that try to make a rusher, football camps.

SOBrien leaves Penn State fr xans
s asThe Associated Press confidence that Penn State great opprtunity towork
Friday Pensacola has bestowed upon me with an owner like Mr.
Catholic at M Bill O'Brien inherited a during this critical time (Bob) McNair and an orga-
5: d 7 ;Gracev' Penn State program rocked for the football program the Texans. It
S by scandal, on the cusp of and honored to do my is a very exciting time for
:30 p.m.; Malone at crippling sanctions, 'and part to help Penn State," myself and my family."
S4 a staring at a murky future. Johnson said. O'Brien was proud of his
Sneads attha 6 and All he ever really cared O'Brien will becbme the. time at Penn State.
0 p. about was making the Nit-, third coach in Texans his- "They gave me my .first
S y Cottonale tany Lions winners. tory, following Dom Ca- opportunity to be a head
at Chipley 1:30 and 3 O'Brien succeeded pers, who led, the team coach, and I'll always
p.m. Sneads t Blount- against, heavy odds, over from its expansion season thank them for that," he
sown2pm and coming a lack of schol-. in 2002, and Gary Kubiak. said. "They're great kids
p.m. arships, a bowl ban, and O'Brien was set to be intro- at Penn State; lot of great
player defections. He duced Fiday in Houston. people there."
leaves the program on Kubiak. took over when O'Brien was thefirst ma-
stable ground after bolting Capers was fired after: a jor defection this week.
Happy Valley for the NFL THEASSQCIATEDPRESS nLE 2-14 season in 2005 Ku- Third-team All-American
Friday Malone and the'Houston Texans. Penn State coach Bill O'Brien answers questions dring a news biak went. 6164 and led wide receiver Allen Rob-
atPaxton 5:30 p~.l Penn State planned to act, conference in State Collee, Pa., on April20. the Texans to their first inson.decided Thursday to
ceilefast to find his successor. dous interest 'already in of everyting two years two playoff appearances forgo his finalyear of eli-
''4n "Our anticipation is that the vacancy, which should ago,'' Joyner said. "From and two AFC South titles gibility and enter the NFL
we'll be counting this in.a' be more appetiing than a scholarship", standpoint, before being fired in early draft.
Chipola basketball matter of days rather than in' 2012. A former offen- we're going to be very December.. Robinson set Penn State
weeks," Penh State athletic sive coordinator for the competitive right out of Houston was expected season records in recep-
e director Dave Joyner said Patriots, O'Brien took on. the gate. Watching what's to contend for the Super tions '(97) and yards re-
and mes basketball hursday. perhaps college football's happened here the last two Bowl this season, but in- ceiving (1,432) for the sec-
teaius will open Pan~- O'BrienlefttheNittanyLi- toughest, job in January years, if I was a head coach, stead lost nine games by a ond consecutive year. He
ons less than two years after 2012, joining a school rat- candidate, would make me touchdown or less to end wrote on Twitter:. "It was
Saturdain Pensacola replacing Joe Paterno, re- tled by the Jerry Sandusky very excited." up 2-14. a honor to wear a penn
againft Pensacoa Ste turning to the NFL to coach child sex abuse scandal. befensive line coach Lar- "In your lifetime, you state.uniform for 3 years.
iThe women's gae the team with the league's "I think it's a lot more ry Johnson is interim head only' get certain oppor- I will miss my teammates
will tip fat 50 p.m. worst record this season attractive at this point, coach while the search for tunities so many times," and coaches, blessed
ollwe the Naturally, Joyner said although we, had tremen- a replacement goes on. O'Brientold reporters ata for the opportunity and
7:30p. there has been tremen- dous interest even in spite "I'm humbled by the Houston irport. "This is a experience."

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myals'robepidupf for a school-record 1,394 it's over with;" he said. for Saturday, Jan. 25 in trophy after South Carolina defeated Wisconsin 34-24 in the
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B ulldoi s now all we can worry about every week is the toughest ers the team during the week in Dothan,
is Catholic and trying to get game and we haven't lied Fro 1B with the Tigers taking tough wins over
From Page 1B through this game." to them. We've been telling rom ageB the likes of Northview (Ala.), Barbour
The game also could The first meeting was them the truth and they've scoring 16 or more points, as well as 8- County (Ala.), and Eufaula (Ala.) before
have big implications in a rare close game for the continued to improve. of-10 shooting from the free-throw line falling to Dothan.
the race for the top seed in Bulldogs, with 11 of their Hopefullywe'll continue to down the stretch. "I was real proud of my kids. We looked
the District 1 tournament, 14 wins coming by double do that moving forward." Welch said in reviewing the game, it's like a different team," he said. "They
with the Bulldogs currently digits. The coach said he also very apparent that his team will have played together and fought through a lot
occupying the top spot at .Marianna won three wants his players only to do a much better job of defensively of adversity. I felt like any of those games,
2-0 in league play, while games in three days over two of whom are seniors disrupting the offensive rhythm of the win or lose, we played well and bonded
the Crusaders are 1-1. the likes of Fort Walton to stay focused amid the high-powered Bobcats. as a team. I hope we turned a comer.
Neither team has played Beach, Florida High, and hype around the great start "The one thing I noticed was their We played like a mature team for the
the West Florida Jaguars, Chiles in a pair of Christ- to the season and not lose comfort level. They made a lot of tough first time all year. Hopefully that will be
who are 1-0 after beat- mas tournaments, but the track of what got them to shots, but they never got uncomfort- a springboard for the second half of the
ing Walton, but secur- Bulldogs took it to a differ- this point. able," the coach said. "Our job as a de- season."
ing a season sweep over ent level at Graceville with "It's always difficult, fensive team is to get them out of what Awin over Paxton would go.a long way
Catholic would go a perhaps their two most especially with a young they're comfortable doing. I don't know in that direction, but to do that the Ti-
long way towards earn- dominant efforts of the group of kids, but each how we're going to do that, but obvi- gers will have to find a way to match the
ing that top spot for season, time we talk to them and ously we'll try to pick the pace up a intensity and focus that the Bobcats had
Marianna. Blanton said he's not reinforce the importance little more and get them sped up. When in the first meeting.
"It would be nice to be ready to put the Bulldogs of the next game and the they're floating around and making Welch said he didrnt think his players
able to put it behind us if in Lakeland just yet, but next opponent they seem shots, they're tough to beat." took the Bobcats lightly necessarily, but
we're fortunate enough to thathe hasbeen impressed to embrace it and enjoy The Tigers have lost just once since perhaps they weren't prepared for just
win and put those games thus far with his players' that next challenge," he that defeat, winning seven straight be- how deep theywould have to dig down to
behind us ard try to focus ability to raise their level of said. "Hopefullyitwon't fall fore finally falling to Dothan High 69-64 get a win.
on winning the other dis- play against the best teams apart and we'll continue to in overtime of the championship game at "It had been a while since we had lost a
trict games," Blanton said. on the schedule. mature with each game. So the Downtown Dothan Hoops Classic on district game. I don't know if it was a lack
"Right now, we're still con- "It's still early, but if I had much of it is mental and Tuesday. of respeVt, but maybe just a comfort lev-
tinuingtoputsomuch-time to attribute it to some- they've handled that thus It was a tough loss to swallow for a el with us getting used to winning these
into Catholic in terms of thing it's just challenging far very well." Malone team that nearly overcame five games," he said. "We knew they could
preparation and game film, the kids and having them The game tips off at players fouling out including top two play, but they played a lot hungrier than
so to at least temporarily embrace the challenge 7 p.m. following the ju- scorers Baker and Antwain Johnson we did the first time. I hope we'll have
be able to put it away and we put in front of them," nior varsity game at 5:30 and a47 to 12 free-throw disparity, some of that hunger and maybe be able
get ready for other people he said. "They're believ- p.m. But Welch said he couldn't have been to return the favoron their home court."

ate "They're going to be come back and play better SHS opened with its best (against Bozeman) was maining near the bottom
a tL e a real challenge for us. thistime." performance of the season fine, but then we went of the league standings.
They're doing real well," he Sneads will get a boost in a surprising win, over back to our old ways and "It's time we start climb-
From agelB said. "I know they're well- with the presence of 6- SouthWalton, but thatwas turned the ball over too ing out of this hole and
Senior guard PJ Iler led coached and for a little foot-6 junior Alphon- followed by a 23-point loss much and didn't play like we can only do it one at
Altha with 26 points in the school they play real hard. so Brown, who missed to Bozeman the following a team, "he said. "I hope a time," Hubbs said. "We
game, while a 35-point ef- Iknowwhilewehaveprob- the first game against day thatleft Hubbs won- the first team comes out can'tgetaheadofourselves.
fort by Jeremy Wert was ably a few more athletes Altha.. dering which is the real Friday and not the sec- It can't be two or three be-
wasted in the loss -for than they do, they fight But the Pirates have had Sneads team. ond one, but time will fore we win the first one.
Sneads. hard and play hard and trouble finding consisten- "We're still trying to find tell." This will be real important
Pirates coach -Bruce obviously they're doing cy even at full strength this out who we are. We played If the team that beat for us. I expect some good
Hubbs said he was and something right because season evidenced by.their pretty good in Graceville South Walton doesn't start things and hope we can
continues to be im- they're No. 2 in the district, up-and-down effort at the against South Walton, arid showing up more often get rid of those bad mis-.
pressed byAltha's play this I expect them to come out Tiger Shootout at Gracev- then turned around and for Sneads, the Pirates will takes and play some good
season. and play well. We'll have to ille over the weekend. laid an egg. The first half likely find themselves re- defense."

P 1l developed into the nation's But the Seminoles are do- John Franklin III, who is a said. "I think he gives us a reate Marshall's excellent
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iting opponents to just give their defense a similar at 6-foot, 171 pounds, but Nick Marshall. He's very that's allowed him to rush
FromPagelB 10.7 points per game this look at practice, especially provides the unique dy- fast, man." for 1,023 yards and 11
"I'm seeing if there's any- season, when it comes to recreating namic of world class speed Much like Marshall,. touchdowns this season.
thing that he can figure out FSUt t t the dynamic running abil- that Marshall brings to Au- Franklin was also recruited "Franklin, man, he's.just
a way to help us stop these rest imlae ity of Auburn dual-threat burn's run-heavy offense. as a defensive back. A run- he does a great job at
guys," Pruitt said. Aubur's pace quarterback Nick Marshall. "He's so fast, it's hard just first quarterback at South just hiding the ball, getting
Pruitt was 10 years old There is no, simulating Florida State has handed chasing him every day at Plantation High School, the ball off, giving the DBs
whenhisfathertookoverat Auburn's hurry-up, no- Marshall's No. 14 jersey practice," FSU defensive Franklin has sub-4.4 speed different look"' Jernigan
his alma mater, Plainview. huddle attack. to freshman quarterback tackle Timmy Jernigan and has used that to rec-, said.
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S20% off Furniturarking lot and mailoom. GREAT HOME FOR MULTI FAMILIES: kitch-
4 30e % off Accessories o This-position works10:30pmto 7:00am ens, 2 dining, 3 living, plenty of storage,
0 o c oMonday through Thursday and Saturday barn,huge fenced pool.Will consider separat-
?40% off G"la'ssware with occasional overtime and some inr g into individual apartments. No Contract.
/40% off Glassware ,ldcdi dd abeHip enS
holidays. The ideal candidate is'dependable, CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 100 OFF DEPOSIT
1 U50% off Christmas haMs reliable transportation, has experience 1/4 Mile Fromt oalaMart 850-5a4-0440
,working nights, is security minded, has good' _
math skills, is able to lift.anc carry50 Ibs,
sale & expanson..has experience in customer service, 1 R
works well with others and is able to work 21 & BR Apart mens n Maoranm
witS hout4 DkerLoet rent indcuded. For details
We offer a full benefit package that r 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515
includes, mkdical, dental, r40Kand paid a 2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes
vacatiorn EOE/M/F/D/V. Pre-employment as aai n a seis II
HOME GROWN FRESH drug and background screen required .' in ran Snd s
S* Younmay r apply online at e. e 3eBRBA House for rent,
Call 850-573-8180 ask for. Dave

Be your own boss and partner with the AllFarm Seeking ynamic and Innovatir
world's largest commercial 220 W. Hwy O52 Malvern S e iganamkgind :io ar ire
cleaning franchise $20K! 334-793-6690 Managing Editor
equipment, supplies, training and $5,000. The Dothan Eagle, a 26,000 daily newspal r located in Dothan, Al, is seeking a superstar
in monthly customer included. A Managing Editor. We are BH Media com any located in Southeast AI just 80 miles from
1-888-273-5264 the sugar white beaches on the Gulf of Mexico. We have sisterweekly and daily publications
5www0%an o "nff ig m in Marianna Florida, Enterprise Al, Eufaula Al, and Opelika, Al. The paper seeks a deadline-
1o m S. oriented all-purpose editor with a strong passion for local content The position requires
Scompetency and experience in al areas including staff supervision, reporting, editing,
Consignment Dothan FOR SALE 9 r bussell page design, social media, plhothgraphyj and online news presentation.
specializjng in clothing & acc. for women. QUALIFICATIONS: '
Well established with over 400 consignors
& a growing customer base, sales of Candidates must have a proven track record of successfully managing day to day
100K + yr. Unlimited potential for increase MADDOX FARMS operations of an active newsroom.
sales & expansion. Store fixtures, eqiup, MADDOX FARM n o a a e e
& database included, Will.train new owner.e Beautiful Bermuda Coastal Hay. This posion requires brilliant news judgment, stong leadership and coaching skills,
dla veg wr a ge and backgroud -s creen require d., j t Cltlng & eads ad c n s
e ssageat 334677-5113 Round Rolls 50 Sare $5 solid comunity eations and a passion for both digital and print journalism
Janitorial Bus ess for sale sense of humor and positive' attitude.
You mustdemonstrate extremely innovative thinking all while maintaining a good
Equipmen training an 0K The ieal candidate will have at least TEN years experience in journalism with a
annual gross $19,500 minimum of five years of experience as an assigning and supervising editor.
E 504-915-1474 o Daily newspaper newsroom and digital media experience is a must.
S. Strong ability to meet deadlinesconsistently and perform under pressure.
u Journalism degree from a reputable college or university. -
Split Oak Firewood b rse arng wThe paper offers an outstanding benefits package that
w (barn or pastures)'
S Delivered in the Wiregrass! Beautiful Trails ncludes vacation, quality health insurance and a 401K plan.
$75 For a Full Sized Pickup load. 334-791-0 0 334- 91-7 312 EG
$12 for 5 Gallon bucket of kindling wood. Pre-employment drug and background screen required.
Te 334-393-9923 El aIf You Have It and Don't Need IAe..
SSellt in the CLASSIFIEDS You may apply online at www.bhmginc.comi
AMFPlaymaster Pool Table- Red felt 4x8: Very /
er responsible for moving. Located in Enter- Sudoku
prise. $1750.00 OBO. Call or text 334-806-6004. r-

NEEDED I BUY SEALED Complete the grid so each row, column and
UNEXPIRED BOXES 3-by-3 box (in bold borders) contains every digit
s1 to 9. For strategies on how to solve Sudoku,
CALL BOB (334) 219-4697 visit
Watd Old1 i -rs 8b i Solution to Thursday's puzzle

Wanted: Old Coins, Gold, 3 7 9 7 8 4 1 9 3 2 6 5
Diamonds, Guns, And Tools 6 5 9 2 4 7 8 1 3
West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-671-1440. 1 3 2 85
Six _51 21 _ 132865479
RN Program Textbooks Six books have never
been usedandthosethat were factory shrink 6 4 2 8 9 3 6 1 4 7 5 2
plastic wrapped still are. At Chipola College
bookstore these 6 are sold in a bundle for $317 2 7 1 5 8 9 6 3 r4
+ tax. 1. All-in-One Care Planning Resource h3 a9 l5 T
(3rd Ed.; 2. Comp. Review for NCLEX Exam (5th 5 4 6 7 3 2 1 9 8
Ed.); 3. Mosby's Nursing Drug Guide (O10th Ed.)
; 4. Mosby's Med. Dictionary of Nursing (9th 3 2 5 4 7 6 9 81
Ed.)5. Mosby's Diagnostic Test Ref(11 Ed.) ; 6. I __
Custom eBook Library for all the above. I
(Pageburst) Textbooks above are 2nd bundle 4 1 7 9 5 8 3 2 6
for RN prog. @ Chipola. Also have 1st bundle 3 4a
some never used all in excellent cond. (pd. 9 6 8 3 2 1 5 4 7
$734) other items required for program.
Would consider breaking bundle IF I could sell 2014 The Mepham Group. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency. All rights reserved. 1/3/14
2 or more to individual. Call 850-274-8776.

6B Friday, January 3, 2014 Jackson County Floridan C LASSIFIEDS

/ ; . $0 .. Down/lst Payment, ^OU IGHTI OF ORDINANCE
Aicar g / cioveEr y e Tax, Tag & Ttle Pass
p Co Repo pass bankruptcy Ii o hd t pay u good The public is hereby notified that the Board of
LOW CREDIT OK SSI & VA OK r.i.ur LcureOtelc-IiiAO County Commissioners of Jackson County,
Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 We Are ic astutWrth Florida, intends to hold a public hearing to con-
sC I965 & repautl 1we can gieyou afair price sider the adoption of a proposed ordinance en-
Austin Tyler & Co *M T C Lpraisal 15minutes. titled:
Quality Homes & Apartments 1981 BMW Motorcycle R100RS 1000cc Red aR AN ORDINANCE OF JACKSON COUNTY, FLORI-
850- 526-3355 or Smoke. Perfect condition, Many extras. $4,995. DA, AMENDING THE JACKSON COUNTY CODE
'Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" Call 334-470-1972 or 470-1971.. OF ORDINANCES, CHAPTER 38, FLOODS. SEC-
2008 High Booster 1300 GSX Motorcycle Navy PLAIN ADMINISTRATOR, CHANGING THE DESIG-
Blue w/pipes baffled out and jet pipes. Nice, NATION OF THE FLOODPLAIN ADMINISTRATOR;
Lease/Optn To fl Only 7745 Miles. $7000. 850-573-4630. PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, REPEALER,
Lease/ption To Buy 3/2 hardwood loo, METRIC BIG TWIN 2004 Suzuki Volusia 830 cc AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE;
CH&A 2940 Dogwood St close to 15k miles, garage kept, chromed out, over 4k in .
Riverside school. (MARIANNA) $875. mo. accessories, kick shifter, floorboards Vanceits meeting room, 2864 Madison
4 850-718-6541 4 and Hines pipes, windshield, driving lights, Street, in the City of Mariann, Florida, on Jan
crash bar, bags, factory sissy bar, see to appre- which time and place any and all persons de-
S ciate, a steal at 3.5 k obo. 334-794-8709 siring to present any matter for or against said
TRUCKS, II BUSESJ::,11 TRACTORS II; R S proposed ordinance may appear and be heard
"ii2* y/ n' o1att *inA TaaIaSnesB $35. 1aa iB with respect to the proposed ordinance. A
S .. e" 1 16' Flatbed Utility Trailer, Like new. Purchased copy of theproposed ordinance is available for
S80'7338 in 2010. Asking $1,400 cash 334-685-4807 inspection by the public at the County Adminis-
bedroo m' JHomes :: o20 t :Astkingocash34-6 8- 807 trator's Office, County Administration-Building,
2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cttondale. W$ TED, __ 2864 Madison Street, Marianna, Florida.
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included.
h:.ttp// www.c DATED this ,2014.
4 : i 5020948847 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF LF160351
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. 0 & 4W 9 Notice Under Fictitious Name Law JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month gYatO M A 2v OMe Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes By: /s/ Chuck Lockey
Please call 850-258-1594 or. AUTO BODY &RECYCLINO Hon. Chuck Lockey, Chairman
850-638-8570 Leave Message PAYITOP DOLLAR t OR JUNIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned,
'AY~IPTO iOA _desiring to engage in business under the ficti-
3/2 Nice in country ideal for couple 16x80 Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 tious name of RC Guns & Ammo located at 6553
clean,carport, storage bldg. edge of town c Messer Rd., in the County of Jackson, in the
Cottondale $650. mo. $700. dep. water & City of Grand Ridge, Florida 32442 intends
sewage included Front & Back porch CALL FOR TOP PRICE to register the said name with the Division of
850-352-2103. Background check & Ref. Reg. Corporations of the Florida Department of
SFOR JUNK VEHICLES State, Tallahassee, Florida.
Small Quiet Famy Oriented Park 1, 2 & 3BR Dated this 31st day of December 31, 2013
ME's for Rent inclHdeswater, garbage, I ALSO SELL USED PARTS
lawn care, No Pets 85-592- HOUR TOWING 334-7928664 RC Fabrication LLC.
6524HOURTOWING M 334-792-8664 6553ss Rd. A I
hGrand Ridge, FL 32442
.>M .M 3.d.a+ .. ..^ Chad's Used &
............ ........ Salvage Cars LLC
for you Junk Vehicals
Chad Gibson 334-684-8481 or 334-588-0047
A U C T I 0 N .... ................. ....
"Everyone Wecome" GotaClunker a
Auction Held At Propettyl We'll be your Junker! E
Saturday, January25 @ 12PM CST We buy wrecked cars :
Preview from 11:30 AM or Drive-By Anytime and Farm Equip. at a
80 Acres w Home Site i fair and honest price!
2 Deep Wells, Septic Tank $50 omlete Cars
5748 Hartsfield Road CALL 334-714-6285
brake o ut p...tI ...I.
Greenwood, Florida ------ "-
MATHEW EBERIUS (727) 488-2423 buyW ked Ve cles

If You Have It and Don y Need It
U 70 R Sell Itin the CLASSIFIEDS

Jaco 2008 Jay Flight 2 series, travel trailer
22 ft. Bunk House, lots of storageTV with
surround sound & DVD, mibrowave, gas or
elec. electric awning/lift, sleeps 6

Winnebago 1995 .Vctra 33 ft. C/H&A, auto lev- | & I
eling, Q-bed, new tires, batteries, frig. 7.5 Onan -_ -- -
generator, Ig. awning, Iotsof storage in & out- ori a Renta Tony's o d Debr
ide,- crconvection dven combo, gasstove; i enta Ton Roof and Debris
hot water heater, 30 or 50 amp power, all *ALL YOUR ROOFING NEEDS*- Removal. Remove small
Metal e Shingles. Flat Roofs Insured enea Rpi debris off roof tops.1
orignal paper work. $20,000. OBO 334-585-6689 M ota7 S at Ro1fs
s | 7.. e 850-573-1880 .Ye Warrantl 850-394-7075
Cargo Trailer enclosed 12ft long, lessthan. Serving Jackson and Surrounding Counties
4000 miles, rear and side doors. Bought in COCET_ OK OAIG MODEL..
September$2300. OBO 217-424-1033. 0L B42L .inStdck TRE.E VICE.M
..... ....s'tnB30L, B42L tc'S"
oes Concrete, LC rModelsAvaila
F atesReasonable ates '850-526-7368 Tree Removal- Tree Trimming
House Slabs Sidewalks 2890 oland St. Marianna Stump Grindingates
Ford 1994 F-150 XLT, single cab, auto, 302 V8, Driveways & Pole Barns
dual tanks PS, PB, PS, PDL, PW, complete 850-63-5812 30+ Years Experience :593-4455
brake job, full tune up. Red/Silver, red clothl.e

Grand Marque 2008 leather seat, 1-owner ._ i .1 ....... ."
low mileage, black w/ gray int. new tires, C Cos t
Garage kept looks like new 334-797-5151 DO LMAR I uill buy lightl used
Honda 2009 Accord, 4 door, Super Sharp! LikeI y r "gt ue
new, $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis I+ undaaged CtIg.
334-714-0028. ouPOWER PRODUCTS ci l (850) 348-0588
Signature, loaded, leath- MODE ModelsAv2ilabLe Stc
Ser, like new, clean, 94k IVore Models Available
i miles, 2owner, $7500. 8507368
S334-790-7959. Dozer and Excavation Work 8 -526- 6
Lincoln 2007 MKZ Ponds Road Building Demolition 2890 Nolad St Marianna A New
+(Metallic Red), Cream Pine Tree Planting Herbicide Spraying 2
Leather, all power, sun Fire Line Plowing Burning Greenhouses
roof, dial-in door, cooled ,lay OiNeal 3.850-62-9402 m ll in Stock
and heated seats, navigation, new tires, new cl Cylnd l5r0n 35 Years in Buslness
battery. Only 70000 mi es. Is in immaculate HAPPY WE MoE PONIBUE IDIGS
condition. $14,500. Call 334-693-2603 *
Mazda 2008 Miata MX5 4cyl. Loaded. In great HOMNE REPAIRU E
condition. 31;000 miles. Silver with black top. SED TI WE'LL BEAT ANY PRICE!! BONDED INSURED
$14,500. 334-405-7402 .T Big Or Small Jobs WELCOME L h O DAVE ID LEW IS
Nissan 2009 Altima. Good family car, great gas T I L :, .[.W ROOFING CO.
mileage, fully loaded, pwr windows, cruise, AT, TR PLE 265 6023
AM-FM, CD. $250 down, $250 per month. Call TRIPL .. 265-6023
Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. T 1 s 1 -- 1 E dav E e iro C43ofing oogy.net6
Nissan Altima 2013, low miles, Must Sell!! $200 1406 Mesot Ave Ly Hve FL 32444
down, $279 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714-
0028. 7 e d te 4 "Beautification of Your Home"
Toyota 2011 Camry SE, Prices Are Out of Sight! Petarde Carpentry/Painting Installations
Roof, wheels, pwr seat, pwr windows, AT, Furniture Repair & Refinishing
AM/FM/CD, Great gas mileage. $300 down, 850.526.1700 General Repairs Insured
$300 per month.Call Steve Hatcher 334-791- Hours: Mon-Fri. 7-5 Sat 7-1 W @ K ( -
8243. 2978 Pierce Street (behind Tim's Florist)~

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