Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
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Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna Fla
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Man charged with animal cruelty o.r.vm

Police: Dog set on fire after he was shot andbeaten to death with rifle and ax handle B oil-w ater
From staff reports patched to Ward's Memory Road defecated ohnthe floor of the home
homeTuesday after a callfromWard's several times. The woman saidWard
A Campbellton man faces an ag- live-in girlfriend, who forced her to coax the dog onto the
gravated animal cruelty charge after is also his ex-wife. porch using a piece of chicken to n
allegedly shooting, his family's dog She asked to be tak- lure the dog out around 7:30 p.m. on
and then beating it to death with a en to a domestic vio- Jan. 5. Ward said she at first refused From staff reports the pressure was getting
rifle and an ax handle. lence shelter, telling to do so, but that Ward threatened back to normal but the
In addition to animal cruelty, Jim- the deputythat he had her with words and by pointing a The town of Graceville notice was in place until
mie Lee Ward, 54, is also charged in threatened her. She rifle toward her. has lifted a boil-water water test results were in.
the case with aggravated assault,(do-P Ward then told the respond- The dog eventually came out onto notice issued Tuesday as The city experienced
mestic violence and possession of a ing office what had the porch, but appeared afraid as a precaution because a two weather-related is-
firearm by a convicted felon) allegedly happened to the dog two Ward approached and ran back in- weather-related loss of sues that interfered with
According to the complaint filed days earlier. side the house, the woman alleges. pressure left its potable water distribution for a
against Ward by the Jackson County She said Ward became upset with watersupplyvulnerableto time Tuesday, causing
Sheriff's Office, a deputy was dis- their Yorkshire terrier because it had See CRUELTY, Page 5A possible contamination, pressure to drop. The
S"___ ' ... Tests came back nega- pressure problem was at-
tive for contamination tributed in part to many
and the water is safe to customers on the line
lar tex gs icy art Around noon Tuesday, See NOTICE, Page 5A
Polar vortex bring icy art

In this Floridan file photo, cars traveling along Lafayette
Street in Marianna pass the site of a planned Dollar General
Plus store.

Dollar General

plans move forward
BY ANGE COOK homes located at.the pro- posed site.
MARIANNA -- The One, belonging to Joe
new Dollar General store Carnley, was built in 1932
that is planned for Guy- and the other, a long-
PHOTOS BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN ton Street was before unoccupied structure
A Meyer lemon tree encased in ice at Cherokee Ranch in Marianna, Marianna city commis- owned by Beth Hinson
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER .sioners again Tuesday Quick, was built in 1936. night, when the board Both homes are de-
approved a major de- scribed by city officials as
The frigid weather brought icy velopment order for the being ,in a deteriorating
images to Jackson County over- project. condition.
night as the cold wrapped it-. The applicant for the Plans indicate the
self around water coming out of order, Teramore Develop- Dollar General store will
sprinklers across the region. The ment LLC out of Thom- be constructed so that a
resulting icicles created glistening asville, Ga., is seeking to large oak tree located on
sculptures. Some of those were construct an approxi- the southeastern, corner
made on purpose as a youngster's mately 12,370-square- of the lots will be pre-
experiment and others were made & foot Dollar General store served. Additional: trees
by a farmer to save his winter crop. at the northwest corner of will be planted around
Others pieces were simply hap- U.S. 90 and Guyton Street. the finished 'site, which
penstance art. To do so, the company
A 12-year-old turned a pine tree will demolish two existing See STORE, Page 5A
in his yard into a piece of art so
compelling to his mom that she
lingered a little too long admir- ntn-
ing it; he was just a shade late for 'C izen'
school after she tore herself away Glassy grasses along U.S. 90 in Grand Ridge.. Z
and hustled him to class. The stu-
dent, Sam McDaniel, had turned ser
on an elevated sprinkler head
Tuesday night. He and his parents, readies for banquet
Kelly and Greg McDaniel, awoke
to the sight of ide in the pines early
Wednesday at their home on El First Friday breakfast also on tap as
Bethel Church Road on the east
side of Grand Ridge. last gathering before the big night
"We had a blast looking at this
thing," Kelly McDaniel said. "It's a BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER before the big banquet on
pretty big tree, and the ice lowered Thursday, January 30.
some of the limbs. It looked like The Jackson County The ban-
the tree was wearing a skirt. I guess Ice in the Chamber of Commerce quet will be
Sam had heard about people do- pines on El has chosen a therme for its held in the
ing it, and he wanted to try When Bethel Church 2014 Chamber Banquet, former Fine
I wpke up and saw it, I thought, Road. celebrating the past year Arts Center
'Wow, that's too awesome."' of accomplishments and at Chipola
Not far away, on the west side the future of the Cham- College.Ad-
of the four-lane section of U.S. ber. The theme will no Massey mission to
90 in Grand Ridge, ice laced the doubt be referenced at the event is
ornamental grasses around the this Friday's Chamber $49 per person, and seat-
town's stretch of landscaped crepe Power Breakfast, with that ing can be reserved by
myrtle trees. City officials say that 7a.m. session in the Jack- calling Tamara Rasmus-
wasn't by design, but was the re- son County Agriculture sen at 482-8060 and pay-
suit of running sprinklers as usual Complex on PennAvenue ing in advance. Special
to keep the trees' roots properly '.in Marianna to be the last sponsorship seating is
community get-together
See ICE, Page 5A hosted by the Chamber See CHAMBER, Page5A

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F L O R ID A N THURSDAY JAN.9 Ae. in Marianna. 5429 Co ege Drive, Graceville.
0 Forest Certification-9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Hooks and Needles 10 a;m. at the Jackson
ublisher -ValeRoberts U FAS Jckso County Extension Office; Mari- County Public Library, Maianna Branch.. New and MONDAY;JAN13 anna. Cost $15 which includes materials, lunch and experienced hand crafters welcome to create, a Marianna Lions Club Meeting i Noon at Jim's
rcuo er breaks. SAF Continuing Forest Education credits share, learn orteach favorite projects. Call 482- Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St; Marianna Call
Crcui Mana Da O i approved for this workshop: 3.5 hours Category 3.5 9631. 482-2005. . hours Category 1-CF. Call (352) 219-8717 ))Chess Club 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. First.United Tickets osale for Chipoa Aitist Series event
CONTACT US a Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon atThe :Methodist Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Harpist Anna Maria Mendieta-2p.m. to5 p.m. at
Oaks Restaurant, U.S.90 in Mariann. The CCC's Sponsored byMarianna Optimist Club for students Chipola Box Office or online ticket at wwchipola.
Telephone: 850-526-3614 focus is tie local community, 'Cornritunity,Children for students 8 to 18 years of age in Jackson County. edu. Tickets are $14 adults $10 age18 ai~d under.
FAX: 8502482-4478 & Character:' Call 526-3142. All students ahd their parents are welcome. Players The music and dance programis completewith
Email: St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. -1p.m. St. Anne's of all skill levels including beginners are welcome. Latin instruments and Flamenco dancers.
.Street Address: Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call-482 Call 693-0473. n Employability Workshop-2:30 pm. Marianna
4403 Constitution Lane 3734 )Celebrate Recovery 7 pm. at Evangel Worship Ond Stop Career Center.'"Mock Interviewing'.' is
Mar a, L Employability Workshop-2:30 p.m. Mariaina Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult the wokshop. It is freeand open to the public.The
Marianna FL3248 One Stop Career Center."Making Positive First and teen meetingsto"overcome hurts, habits and workshop isfalitated bya CerifidMotivatioal
Office Hours: Impressions" is the workshop. It i free and open to hang-ups Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call Career Coach. Visit to registe
SWeekdays, 8a.m. to 5 p.m. the public.The workshop is facilitated by a Certified 209-7856, 573-1131. for these informative workshops.
Motivational Career Coach. Visit ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8p.m. t Jackson CountyQuiters Guild Meeting- 5:30
MISS YOUR PAPER? to register for these informative workshops. to 9 p.m. in the AA roon of First United Methodist to7:30 p.m, at Ascension Lutheran Church, 3975
You should receive your newspaper no later Chipola Regional Workfore Development Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. U.S.90 West, Marianna. Business meetings are
Board Executive Committee Meeting-5 p.m. in fourth Mondays: other Moridays are for projects,,
than 6 am. Ifit does not arrive, call Circula the Workforce Board Community Room, Marianna. SATURDAY, JAN. 11 lessons and help. All quilters welcome. Call 209--
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to Meeting accessible to individuals with disabilities n The Boys to Men Choir of Jackson County 7638.
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The or physical impairments. Persons with hearing or Youth Community Choir and the Save Our Chil- City of Jacob council Meeting-- p.m. at the
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) speech impairments contact Lisa Wells at 718- drenBlack AwarenessProgram-9 11a.m. Jacob City Hall. Public welcome.
is published Tuesday through Friday and 0456, ext. 101 hrough the Florida Relay system by at Pope Chapel AME Church, 4898 Blue Springs Rd., )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8
Sunday mornings. Periodca postage paid iang 7-1- Mariana.The Boys to Men Choir of Jackson County to 9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
at Marianna FL. Chipola Regional Workforce Development is open to any male ages 3-26. If you would like to Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
at Marianna, F. Board General Meeting-6 p.m. in the Workforce join or need more info contact Carol Marks 693
Board Community Room, Marianna. Meeting acm 9630 or Leon Kelly 209-4310.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES cessible to individuals with disabilities or physical ))Alford:Conimunity Health Clinic Hours 10 TUESDAY, JAN.14
Home delivery: $1123 per month; $32.83 impairments. Persons with hearing or speech im- a. n.until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in Republican Club of West Florida Meeting
lfor th be m lnths for e nthsg ; pairments contact Lisa Wells at 718-0456, ext. 101 Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients Noon at Jim's Buffet& Grill, 4329 Lafayette St.,
r three month $ or six monts; thrbugh the Florida Relay system by dialing 7-1-1. without medical insurance treats short-term Marianna. Call 352-4984.
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include Town of Grand Ridge Council m~ tig-6 p.m. illnesses and chronic conriditions. Appointments n Optimist Club of Jackson County Board Meet-
applicable state and local taxes. Mail at the Grand Ridge Town hall. Publicinvited. Call available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins ing- Noon at 4476 Broad St., Marianna.
subscriptions paid in advance. Mail 592-4621. welcome. Sign in before ll1a.m. T Sewing Circle 1 p:m. at Jackson County Snior
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months, n Jackson County Branch of the NAACP n Chipola Chapter, NSDAR, will meet for "Shar- Citizens, 2931 Optimist Dive in Marianna. Call
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one monthly meeting 6 p.m. St. James ing of Quilts"-11 a.m. at St. Luke's Episcopal 482-5028.
year. The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida Soci- Church, 4362 Lafayette St. Marianna. Arrive at p Republican Club of West Florida Noon at
ety, Sons of the American Revolution meet- 10:30 to set up quilt display. Bring abrown bag Jim's buffet and Grill in Marianna. Keith William will
ADVERTISING ing-6:30 p.m. at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna lunch. Guest welcome For information contact at be speaking on the Affordable Care Act. Do not have
for annual officer installation meeting. Program by 638-1947 or to be a hmember of Republican Club or a Republican
The advertiser agrees that the publisher Dale Cox, speaking on" Daniel Boone in Florida:' Girl Scout Winter Tea Party Noon to 2 p.m. at to attend. Call 352-4984.
shall not,be liable for damages arising Anyone interest in SAR welcome. For more info call the Masonic Temple 3024 Jefferson St. in Marianna. Tickets on sale for Chipola Artist Series event
out of errors and advertisementsbeyond 594-6664. Cost is $15 percouple which includes patch. All Harpist Anna Maria Mendieta-2 5 p.m. at
the amount paid for the space actually n Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, girls kindergarten thru 12th grade registered and Chipola Box Office or online tickets at www.chipola.
occupied by thatportion of the advertise- 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- unregisteredis welcome. Call 209-9772. edu. Tickets are $14 adults $10 age 18 and under.
ments in which the error occurred, whether donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. 4ttendance n Alcohiolics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30 The music and dance program is complete with
ments inhich the error occurred, whether limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; to 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Method- Latin instruments and Flamenco dancers.
such error is due to the negligerice f the papers will not be signed. ist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. A JEmployability Workshop-2:30 p.m. Marianna
publisher's employees or otherwise, ant One Stop Career Center."12 Keys to Success" is
there shall be not liability for non-inser- FRIDAY, JAN. 10 'SUNDAY, JAN. 12 the workshop. It is free and open to the public. The
tion of any advertisement beyond the Chamber of Commerce Power Breakfast and A Jackson County Youth Council of the workshop is facilitated by n Certified Motivational
amount paid for such advertisement. This Networking Event-a.m. to 9 a.m. Agricultural NAACP-4 p.m. at the St. James AME Church in Career Coach. Visit to register
newspaper will not knowingly accept or Center Complex, Penn Ave., Marianna sponsored Marianna. for these informative workshops.
publish illegal material of any kind.wAdvertis- by RegionsBank. Guest speaker: Robert Goetz. For Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion Special School Board Workshop Meeting-5
ing which exresses preference based on more infocall 482-8060. 6:30 pm. in AA room of First United Methodist p.m. Jackson County School Board Office at 2903
legally prtected personal characteristics is ACT Registration deadline-Chipola College fr Church 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna At- erson aranna. Open to the public.
ot p February test date. For information, call 718-2211or terdance limited to persons with a desire to stop n Autism Suport Group Meeting- 6 p.m. in the
not acceptable. visit -drinking. First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, Marianna
n Chamber of Commerce Power Breakfast-7 n Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting- 8 p.m. in (Clinton Street entrance)..Family members, caregiv-
HOW TO GETYOUR a.m. to 9 the Agricultural Center on Penn the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, ers and service providers welcome. Call 526-2430.
The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P0. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish email, fax 850-482-4478 or bringitems to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna..
news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your hews or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. Police R our dup
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement,
anniversary and birth announcements. Marianna Police report: One accident, eight abandoned ve- Jackson County
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. Department hicles, eight suspicious vehicles, two suspi- Correctional Faclity
Photographs must be of good quality and cious persons, one highway
Photographs must be of good quality and The Marianna Police Department listed obstruction, one report of The following persons were booked into
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the the following incidents for Jan. 7, the latest o mental illness, one bur- the county jail during the latest reporting
right to edit all submissions. available report: One accident, one aban- E glary attempt, twoephysical periods:
GEfING IT RIGHT doned vehicle, three suspicious persons, r disturbances, four verbal s Billy Johnson, 20, 2421 Highway 90,
one highway obstruction, one report of disturba tces, one fire with cMarianna, violation of county probation.
The Jackson County Floridan's policy mental illness, one verbal disturbance, police response, one com- ) Lashanda Bay, 23, 3326 Flat Road,
is to correct mistakes promptly. To one drug offense, seven traffic stops, one mercial fire, nine medical calls, two traffic Greenwood, failure to appear.
report an error, please call 526-3614 criminal mischief complaint, one follow- crashes, one fire department assist, two r Antwoln Davies, 22, 2824 Kenney St.,
Monday-Friday. up investigation, one fraud complaint, one burglar alarms, one fire alarm, one panic Marianna, possession of marijuana-less
retail theft, five assists of other agencies, alarm, two fire alarms, five traffic stops, two than 20 grams, violation of state probation.
two public service calls, one patrol request civil disputes, one boating accident, one ) Joseph Artis, 26, 2936 Harley Drive,
and five home security checks. follow-up investigation, one assault, one Marianna, retail theft.
car in a ditch reported, 27 property checks, a JImmle Ward, 54, 5614 Memory Road,
five assists of motorists or pedestrians, two Campbellton, aggravated assault, aggravat-
Jackson County assist of another agency, one child abuse ed animal cruelty, possession of a firearm
Sheriff's Office complaint, one ~public service call, three by a convicted felon.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and welfare checks, one transport, three Baker Jail Population: 201
county fire/rescue reported the follow- Act transports and one threat/harassment To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
c i idesf rep the ll complaint, local law enforcement agency.To report a wildlife violation,
JCFLORIDAN.CO EVI ing incidents for Jan.7, the latest available call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


BCF continues registration for spring semester
Special to the Floridan tion (choral and instru- classes available at the five
mental), missions aviation extension sites: Panama
The Baptist College of and contemporary wor- City, Pensacola, Central
Florida in Graceville con- ship ministry. Information Florida, Jacksonville and
tinues to register students is readily available on all of Orlando.
for the spring 2014 semes- the degrees offered by The Educating the next gen-
terwhich begins on Jan. 20. Baptist College of Florida, eration is a priority at The
Registration for the spring including the two 30-se- Baptist College of Florida
classes will continue un- mester hour graduate de- that champions the regis-
til the .official drop/add grees, at www.baptistcol- teredtrademarkof"Chang-
S-. deadline on Jan. 26. New or by calling the ing the World Through thW
Student Orientation will admissions office at 800- Unchanging Word." The
be held Jan. 16 and 17, so 328-2660 ext. 460. BCF faculty is adamant
there is still time to apply. Each semester, BCF in- about equipping andchal-
Classes are available corporates, new and in- lenging students to make
on campus, and online in novative programs pre- a difference in the lives of
missions, ministry stud- paring and training men those around them and
ies, secondary ,education, and women for areas of for all eternity. To view the
elementary education, service, leadership and complete list of courses
English, history and social the highest levels of re- established to train lead-
studies, .biblical studies, sponsibility. In addition to ers to change the world,
Christian counseling, mu- the comprehensive list of access the website at www.
sic, leadership and Chris- courses offered on cam- or call
SUBMITTEDPHOTO tian education, business pus and online, BCF has the admissions office at
The Baptist College of Florida continues to register students for the spring 2014semester. leadership, music educa- an impressive selection of 800-328-2660 ext. 460.

fficials with
of West Florida the city of
tohold meeting recognized three
tohold meet g standout employees

Special to the Floridan program will address con- during Tuesday's
cerns and misconceptions commission meeting
The Affordable Care Act, on what the at City Hall.
popularly known as Obam- ACAis about. Mayor Paul A.
acare, will be the topic of a Williams will
presentation by Keith Wil- take ques- Donofro Jr. presented
hams to the Republican tions from" certificates to two
Club of West Florida on the audience
Tuesday, Jan. 14. Mr. Wil- after his of the employees of
liams is a Chartered Life Williams presentation. the month: Joshua
Underwriter, Chartered The meet- Hughes, who does.
Financial Consultant and ing will be held at noon
owner of Keith Williams Tuesday, Jan. 14 at Jim's landscape work
Insurance in Marianna. Buffet and Grill. All primarily in the
He will explain the rami- are welcome. It is not downtown area; and
fications of the ACA on necessary to be a member
your insurance coverage. of the Republican Club or arline hillips,
All of us are affected by the to be a Republican to at- a certified nursing
law. Many are already ex- tend; For information call assistant Withthe
periencing its effects. The 352-4984. MariannaHealthand
Rehabilitation Center.
Local Brieis SBIEo POTOS The third honoree,
Girl Scout Winter State University and Troy ayor Paul A.Donofo Jr., left, presents Caroline Phillips Tambra Hicks, who is
Uaaty University cheerleading | / with a certificate commemoraing her selection as a city mangherfive-year
squads. General admis- employee of the month Tuesday, Jan. in Marianna. marking her five-year
Join the Girl Scouts on sion is $5, with doors employment anniver-
Saturday, Jan. 11, for an opening at 7:30 a.m. sary with MHRC, was
elegant tea party. Bring For information,
an unregistered friend visit www.chipolaathletics. not present.
and her lady to enjoy the com.
afternoon as well. Tea
will include hot tea, hors Hospice looking for
d'oeuvres, a short tea time volunteers
etiquette lesson and more
winter fun. Feel free to We all have 365 chances
dress up in your favorite to make a difference. Why
tea time attire. The event don't you start the New
is for all girls from kin- Year making a difference
dergarten through 12th in someone's life?
grade whether they are Emerald Coast Hospice JCFLORIDAN.COM
registered or unregistered. is actively seeking patient
It will be held from noon care volunteers to become
to 2 p.m. at the Masonic part of our team. Patient Philip
Temple, 3024 Jefferson St. care services include pro-
in Marianna. The cost is viding companionship for
$15 per couple which in- a patient such as reading,
cludes a patch. The event journaling, helping with
capacity is 50 so hurry up hobbies and providing
and register for this fun- caregiver relief for family
filled event. members and friends.
Whatever the reason, as ayor Paul A. Donofro Jr., left, congratulates Joshua Hughes
Chipola Cheer a hospice volunteer, you I l n bein named a cit em e of the month esday, aratTheIC's
a m Jan. will gain great personal g ed a city employee ofthe month Tuesday, Carat The FIVEC's
satisfaction from know- .J-van. 7, in Marianna. Color
The 2014 thipola Col- ing that you have made JClarity
lege Cheerlefding Extrava- a difference in another CONFIDENCE
ganza will be held Sat- person's life. Our No. 1 "
urday, Jan. 11, at 10 a.m. focus is our patient and Marianna's Most
in the Milton H. Johnson their families. Come make
Health Center. a difference today. F32447 bigthby ou t 4 oiiii i Trusted Jeweler
Middle and high school For more information 1aorude acks ou e in e Est. 1971
squads from across the on howyou can become a ta t dene ree eAllen c d 'i e
Florida panhandle and hospice volunteer, please O
southeast Alabama will contact Margo Lamb, J EWELRS
compete. Several All Star Manager of Volunteer Onlineathetim! 850.482.4037
squiads also will perform, Services at 526-3577. Onin, al the tid 850.482.4037
as well as the Florida From local reports

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Rubio pushing reform agenda to tackle poverty

The Associated Press had failed to help enough extending unemployment
Americans trapped by .benefits and increasing
WASHINGTON Sen. poverty. Rubio noted that the federal minimum wage
Marco Rubio says the na- nearly 50 million Ameri- from $7.25 an hour.
tion needs a new reform cans currently live below "It's the same warmed-
agenda to help the poorest the poverty line, while 4 over rhetoric that we've
Americans find work and million ,Americans have seen from Republicans
boost their families out of been without a job for six since the Reagan adminis-
poverty, a goal that he says months or more. tration," said Jim Manley, a
has been undermined by He said proposals by Democratic strategist and
Washington's bureaucracy. Democrats to raise the former aide to Senate Ma-
The Florida Republican minimum wage to $10 jority Leader Harry Reid,
said in a speech Wednes- an hour may be popu- D-Nev.
day that money from the lar with many Americans Rubio said :Congress
federal government to ad- but won't help people should turn over its anti-
dress poverty should be emerge from poverty. "Our poverty programs and tril-
shifted to the states to give current, government pro- lions of dollars in expendi-
Workers a better chance of grams, at bept, offer only a tures to the states, which
climbing out of poverty partial solution. They help would be better suited to
Congress, meanwhile, people deal with poverty, address more local pOverty
should reform the tax code but they do not help them issues. He alsp intends to
to give people in low-wage emerge from poverty," Ru- propose legislation to re-
jobs an incentive to stay bio said. place the earned income
in the workforce and not THEASSOCIATEDPRESS Democrats dismissed tax credit for low-income
collect unemployment Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., a Cuban-American, speaks about the "American dream" on the 50th Rubio's approach as rep- workers with a. federal
insurance. anniversary of President Lyndon Johnson's first State of the Union address in 1964 where resentative of Republican wage' enhancement for
America is still the land LBJ committed the government to a war on poverty, Wednesday on Capitol Hill in Washington. policies dating, back sev- low-wage ivorkers.
of opportunity for most, Rubio's speech was hosted by the conservative American Enterprise Institute. eral decades that failed to Rubio says the chariges
but it is not a land of op-. Rubio, a potential 2016 dent Lyndon B. Johnson's The Cuban-Ameri- help people escape pover- to the tax code" would
portunity for all. If we are presidential candidate. "War on Poverty" to offed can senator said the "big ty. Theynoted that Rubio's create incentives for the
to remain an exceptional Rubioandhis fellow Re- an alternative to Demo- government approach" agenda was unveiled while poor to work instead of
nation, we mustclose this publicans have used" the crats on ways of helping fostered by Johnsonand many Republicans have receiving unemployment
gap in opportunity," said 50th anniversary of Presi- the poor. some of his, successors expressed opposition to insurance.

State Briefs avin g sundel sup lght
apologizes tThe Associated Press fear solar radiation could system required repairs by storm cycle. crews. Gerstenmaier said
WASHINGTON House doom the rocket. spacewalking astronauts. Experts are evaluating that should happen by
aides say a Florida con- CAPE CANAVERAL A Orbital Sciences' chief The repair job, which was just how flar- 2017. NASA will evalu-
gressman who pleaded strong solar storm is in- technical' officer, Anto- completed on Christ- ingtheAntares can endure ate the proposals again
guilty to cocaineposses-i terfering with the latest nio Elias, said solar par- mas Eve,: bumped the during liftoff That will de- this spring before decid-
sion has apologized to his grocery run to the Inter- ticles might interfere with. supply mission to this ternine when the rocket ing whether to buy more
Republican colleagues. national Space Station . electronics equipment in week. Then frigid tem- will fly, Elias.said., Soyuz seats for that year
The aides say Rep. Trey On the bright side, the the rocket, and lead to a peratures forced a launch NXSAisusingtwprivate and beyond, he said. Each
Radel was emotional as orbiting lab has won a launch failure. delay from Tuesday to companies Orbital Sci- seat costs many tens of
he spoke briefly durig a four-year extesion, push- Although the solar Wednesday Then came ences and the California- millions of dollars.
closed-door meeting of ing its projected end-of- storm barely rated moder- the sun--at full force. based SpaceX -- to keep The, White House,
House Republicas. They lifetime to at least 2024, a ate,, some passenger jets Frank Culbertson, an the space station stocked. meanwhile, is poised
said Radelthankedlaw- full decade from now. were beiihg diverted from executive vice president Thespaceagencyturnedto to announce an exten-
makers who reached out "This is a big plus for the poles to avoid poten- for Virginia-based Orbital private industry for sion of the-space station's
to himn, said he was in a us" said NASA's human tial communication anpd Sciences, said the delays help following the space lifetime until atleast 2024,
good place and had ound exploration chief, Bill. health issues. GPS devices can befrustrating, but he shuttle .program; the according to NASA. The
a good support group. Gerstenmaier.. also were at risk" pointed out there's noth- last shuttle flightwas in previous end-of-life date
One aide said the law- On Wednesday~ Orbital But the six men aboard ing wrong with the rocket 2011 was 2020.
makers responded with Sciences Corp del'ayed .its the space station W ere itself. Russia, Etope and Ja- That's good news for sci-
moderate applause. spacestationdeli e is safe from' the solar fall- "All e're really delayig pan also periodically entific reseaich aboard the
The 37-year-old Radel is :sinIfdr the third time. out, NASA, said, and is the success that's going launch supply ships orbiting lab, Gerstenmaier
tea party-backed fresh- The company's u- satellites,' also faced no to come when we execute Russia corners the space said.
nanwho leaded guilty in anned rocket, the An- threat. The Cygnus cargo this mission," he told station market,;though, on The first' space station
No'ember'to cocaine pos- tares, was set to blast ship aboard the rocket, for reporters.. astronaut travel. piece rocketed into or-
session and was sentenced off from Wallops Island, example, is built to with- The solar flare peaked NASA astronauts are bit in 1998. Construction
to a year on probation. Va., with a capsule full stand radiation from solar Tuesday afternoon,' but hitching rides on Rus- ended the same yearthe
The Hpuse Ethics Com- of 'supplies and science flare-ups.. more activity was ex- sian Soyuz capsules until shuttle program did, al-
mittee has said it will experiments, includ- The storm will also push pected. Company of- American companies are lowing inhabitants to con-
investigate his actions. ing ants for an educa-, the, colorful northern ficials said. they would ready to launch human centrate on research.
Radel has said he will not tional project. But several lights further south than decide by Wednesday
resign. hotirs before Wednesday usual to the northern U.S. evening whefher to at-
The aides spoke on afternoon's planned -The Cygnus was sup- tempt a Thursday launch
condition of anonym- flight, company officials posed:to fly in December, or wait for the sun: to I
'ity because they weren't took the unusual step of ,but a breakdown in the settle down. The sun is at
authorized to discuss the postponing the launch for space station's cooling the peak ofa weak 11-year
private meeting by name.
School named for KKK
leader gt new name OTHAN EAGLE
Jacksonville high school cordially invites you to the
named after a former Con-
federate general and the
co-founder of the Ku Klux O
Klan has a new name.
The Duval County
School Board voted
Tuesday night to change

rest since1959. It now
carries the name.of the
neighborhood it's located '"
Thenorida Timems-Union
reported that the vote was
unanimousnand drew no H
discussion from board
members. The vote ended
a decades-long controer-
sy over the school'
A school advisory coun-
cil had asked the board to
change the name in 2007,
but then-board members D t
voted 5-2 against the
change,- -r STORE HOURS:
Suprintendent Nikolai onm-Fr: 7AM ro 7PM
Vittisaid a poll of stu- sud SAT:,8AM To 6P M
dents and the cormu- s tore hours may vary Seestorefordetails.
nityindicatedthatpeople he Wiregrass' Premiere Bridal Show!
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James and Sikes Peaden.
I S s Visitation with the family
Maddox Chapel will take place Friday, Jan-
4278 Lafayette Street uary 10, 2014, 2:00 PM CST,
Marianna, FI 32446 at Lanier-Andler Funeral
850.482.2332 Home Chapel in Sneads,
http://www.jamesand Florida, with Memorial Services commencing at
3:00 PM CST. Interment
will be held privately with
William E. the family at a later date.
Burke Flowers will be accepted
and those wishing may
send donations to Signa-
William E. Burke, 76, of ture Healthcare at Court-
Marianna died Wednesday, yard Activity Fund, 2600
January 8, 2014 at his resi- Forest Glen Trail, Marian-
dence. na, Florida 32447 or the
Arrangements will be an- Sylvania Cemetery Fund.
nounced by James & Sikes The family wishes to give a
Funeral Home Maddox special thanks to the Staff
Chapel. of Signature Healthcare at
the Courtyard for the love
and care he received bver
the last several years.
Lanier-Andler Peavy Funeral Home
Funeral Home 20367 NW Evans Ave.
Sneads, Florida Blountstown, Fla. 32424
Phone 850-593-990 0 850 674 2266 DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
It's hard to tell, but the icicles on this Meyer lemon tree were beginning to drip as the sun warmed things up late Wednesday
Clifford E. John Wayne morning.
Gilbourn Odom 1 other plants get their foot- Hestarted his sprin- Coating the trees in ice, he
lceing in the earth. kler system up on Mon- is confident will save the
Mr. Clifford E. Gilbourn, John Wayne Odom, 61, Butin Marianna, Chero- day night and the icewas treesto seeanother robust
age 82, a native of Decatur passed away Jan. 4, 2014 at From Page 1A kee Ranch owner Mack forming byearly thateve- harvestyear thisspring.
County, GA., passed away Jackson Hospital with his Glass Jr. had iced his Sat- ning. He continued run- For more on the Satsu-
in Marianna, FL., Wednes- family at his side. moist as the young and .suma trees very much on ning the sprinklers until ma orchard, see Friday's
day, January 8, 2014. He was born in Ozark, newly planted trees and purpose. late Wednesday morning. edition of the Floridan.
He had lived in Chatta- AL, Jan. 28, 1952. 'He was a
hqochee, FL. since 1955, lifetime fisherman out of
and was a member of the Destin, spent many years
First United Methodist in the Rouand Lake and The other problem could safely release water leading into the distribu-
Cliffrchin Chad retired as d aGrand.Ridge. iN otice was a first for the city. into i customer distribu- tion lines were wrapped
Baker with the Florida Preceding him in death Gusts of wind and low tion lines. The lubrication and had heat lamps on
State Hospital after 27 and are his parents Curtis and From Page 1A temperatures caused a line itselfdidn't freeze, but them, but with the lubri-
a half years and did what Willene Odom, three be- switch to freeze up which, the ground-level switch cation feed and switch
he loved, which was hunt- loved brothers, Glenn, allowing faucets to drip if properly operating, did, and couldn't trig- out in the open, even
ing and fishing. He also Robert and Tommy Odom. Monday night in attempt- would have signaled ger the distribution of wrapped, the cold and
served two years in the US Survivors include: daugh- ing to avoid burst pipes on the waterworks system wate City officials said 'wind froze the trigger.
Army during the Korean ter, Lisa Crawford and her one of the coldest nights that the wellhead was none of the distribution That problem was also
Conflict. husband, Lamar of Altha; in recent memory. properly lubricated and lines froze. The pipes resolved.
Clifford is survived by his son Wayne Odom and his
loving wife of 58 and a half wife, Jennifer of Round
years, Anneita Cooper Lake; brothers, Kenny approval by city officials is
Gilbourn; a daughter, Jean Odom of Grand Ridge, Storarovl by citoffiials is
Gilbour Johnson and her Scott Odom of Ariton, AL; required for all pro-
husbarid James; nine sisters, Glenda Benefield of posed freestanding or
grandchildren, Shelley Georgetown, BeeBee Spri- From Page 1A building signs, by way
Burns and husband Ben, nger of Grand Ridge, Mona e 8 of a separate develop-
Toni Tyus and fianc David Goolsby of Ariton, AL and is to feature 41 park- ment order application,
Millwood, Tonia Hinson Michelle Reber of Louisia- ing spaces, two land- one that has yet to go be
and husband Dennis, Zack na; grandchildren, David, scaped islands with shade fore the commission.
Tyus and wife Krystal, Cody, Erin, Jonathan, trees, shrubs and ground The developer has indi-
Charles Johnson, James Joanie, Jeorgeann and Jus- cover, sidewalks and a cated that the proposed
Johnson, Samantha Mc- tin; great-grandchild, Bran- bi cFLORIDAI store will us Dollar Gen-
Daniel and husband Chris, don, in addition, aunts, un- bike rack.
Jerem Johnson and wife cles, cousins, nieces, neph- The city engineer has An illustration presented to the Marianna City Commission era's "DG Plus" format,
Shondra and Veronica ews and many friends, reviewed traffic analysis shows what a Dollar General store proposed for the northe which allows for a retail
-Joinsoni; fifteen great A memorial service will submitted by the appli- west corner of US. 90 and Guyton Street might look like. space that is larger than
grandchildren, Austin be held at the home of cant and agrees with the City officials approved a Thomasville, Ga., firm's develop- the chain's standard-size
Peaden, Brian Zerr, Allison BeeBee Springer, 7213 conclusion that no new ment order application Tuesday, Jan. 7,2013. store and offers an ex-
Millwood, Alex Millwood, Shady Grove Rd., Grand turn lanes are required at Exactlywhatkindofsigns unknownatthis time. Prior panded line of grocery
Emma Tyus, Jeremy Tohn- Ridge, FL, on Sat., Jan. 11, the site. will be used at the store is to installation, review and products.
son, Jr., Aubrie Hinson, 2014 from 1:00 pm until
Kaytlin Tyus Aionna John- 6:00 pm.
son, Mary O'Neal, Eliza- He will be greatly missed. on e dea e r
beth McDaniel, Savannah All arrangements are un- historic Russ House as a Massey said, noting that soon-the deadline for
Johnson, Alexandna der the direction of Marion structure that would re- U.S. 231 and Interstate 10 submissions is 5 p.m. on
McDaniel, Mathew Tyus Peavy at Peavy Funeral main open to the public run through the county, Thursday, Jan. 23.
and Audrina Johnson; also Home in Blountstown, FL. From Page lA and continueo to serve along with rail traffic. A Chamber selection
a host of nieces and neph- as a landmark for tour- "There's a lot here to be committee will review the
ews that he dearly loved. also available for groups ists and locals alike. The developed, and we can do nominations and select
He was preceded in l r s at varying rates. Call the Chamber decided to sell that if we work together," the citizen based on sev-
death by his parents, David samne number for more in- the house last year, say- he said. "You have to be eral criteria. For instance,
and Annie Mae Smith
Gi boun; four sisters, rtistic Designs Unimited Inc. formation on that option. ing the financial burden realistic-we're not going to they will consider whether
Florence Ard, Mary Lee Your Local Florist and Gifts The guest speaker onFri- of its upkeep and the hold hands and sit around the nominee participated
Whitney; Effie Strickland 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna day morning will be Rob- manpower demands of its a campfire and sing "Kum- in a new or existing civic
and Pearl Alday; three 850-372-4456 ert Goetz, director of the tourism appeal were too baya," and everybody's endeavor during 2013, or
brothers, Henry and Jeff Michael's Toggery Small Business Develop- great for an entity whose not going to agree all the helped advance a com-
Gilbourn and D. A. Funeral Appropriate Attire ment Center and Veterans main purpose is advo- time, but we can discuss munity ideal. Nominees
Gilbourn, Jr.; also a great 2878 efferson St. Marianna Business Outreach Center cacy and support of local problems that we need to must be at least 21 years
granddaughter, Ashley 850-482-8647 at Gulf Coast State College. businesses. solve and opportunities of age. Current Chamber
Chamber CEO/President After a sometimes ar- we need to take advantage board member and seated
Jeff Massey Goetz will talk duous process, the city, of," Massey said. "We have or declared candidates for
ruand found blood spatters about the various pro- county and Chamber to be creative and innova- elected office are ineligible
on the back porch that led grams it has that can help inked a deal that will turn tive in our thinkingand be for the award.
into the home, according *the community, including the Russ House and adja- willing to work together. Written nominations
From PagelA to the complaint. The dep- a core of fieldrepresenta- cent Brown House over to With all that in place, should include the name
Ward chased the dog then, uty also reported finding a tives who work one-on- the joint ownership of the there's no way we can fail. of the nominee, con-
shooting it twice before he verylarge amourit of blood one with small businesss city and county, with those There's a reason you have tact information, and
ran out of ammunition, ac- in the bedroom where the on solving their individual, entites sharing the bur- successful communities. It reasons the individual
cording to the witness. rifle beating had allegedly challenges, dens and advantages of doesn't just happen. Usu- should be considered as
After that, in an unused taken place.' The officer The guest speaker for having the house as a cen- ally, it happens because the "2013 Citizen of the
back bedroom where also noted that he found the Jan. 30 banquet is Stan terpiece in the local com- a lot of people are work- Year." It must also have
the dog had run, he al- a .22-caliber rifle on the W. ConnallyJr., president munity. The Chamber will ing hard, and working to- the name, address and
legedly started beating floor of the home, broken and CEO- of Gulf Power continue to rent space in gether, toward a goal they phone number of the per-
the animal with the rifle. into numerous pieces and Company. The banquet the house, and its place as all buy into. When that son or persons making
The rifle broke into sev- covered with blood. gets underway with a mix- the home and headquar- happens, the businesses the nomination. Anony-
eral pieces at that point, Ward was arrested about er at 5:30 p.m., with the ters of the county's TDC is come, the jobs come, and mous nominations and
and Ward picked up an ax an hour after his girlfriend program beginning at ap- solidified. JCDC will rent you have a place where those submitted without
handle, the witness told called authorities. proximately 6:15 p.m. space in the Brown House your children can grow up all the appropriate contact
authorities. He beat the Officials say he is a con- "Toeth We Can" will for its operations once that and make a good living in information will not be
dogwith the axhandle un- victed felon and is cur- ether building is made ready for if they choose." accepted.
til it was dead, the woman rently on probation. The be te mantra for 2014 occupancy. All nominations should
reported. reporting deputy, who par- "Together We Can" is Massey said the success Cae r als re be submitted in writing
At that point, she told au- ticipated in Ward's arrest, the theme, and an accom- of the multi-faceted deal nizes individual e ort, and in a sealed envelope
thorities, Ward threw the said Ward's breath had the plishment just completed which involved so many to name 2013 Citizen to the Chamber office by
dog onto a burn pile in the strong odor of alcohol and after months of coop- entities is proof that the of the Year at banquet 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23,
backyard and burned it. that his balance was very erative discussion with community can use that Just as the Chamber 2014. Late.entries will not
The deputy was able to poor at the time he was other entities has already formula of working to- wants to focus on build- be accepted or considered
find a dog in the burn pile, taken into custody. proven that theme to be gether to see many more ing togetherness, it also in the selectiori process.
true and powerful, says successes in the future as wants to recognize the ef- Nominations may be
Chamber CEO/President it seeks to bring more eco- forts of individuals who mailed or hand-delivered.
.............?JeffMassey nomic opportunity and have given of themselves Mail nominations to:
aeoidn The Chamber, the city prosperity to the region. for the community. At the Jackson County Chamber
hem t PBo 520, Mariann FL32447or of Marianna. and Jack- He said he feels Jackson banquet on Jan. 30, the of Commerce, Citizen of
imyour officesat4 Costitution Lane .i, son County, along with County is a prime place Chamber will name and theYear, EO. Box 130, Mar-
Marann the Tourist Development for economic growth and honor the 2013 Citizen of ianna, FL32447.
~Jdjo 9uiy's nCouncil and the Jackson quality of life enhance- the Year. Nominations are Or hand-deliver them to:
1 ut County Development ments. He hopes 2014 will currently being taken for Jackson County Chamber
chld fnmprtsaes)and cifresidnce Council came to the table bear him out. the award, and Massey of Commerce, The Russ
s iceAll enties u::ject to ~ edii::ng.l ' this year in an effort to "I think we've got all encourages all to submit House, 4318 Lafayette St.,
A ? preserve the Chamber's the pieces of the puzzle," nominee information Marianna, FL32446.

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Giffords skydives on shooting anniversary Study: Thinking

The Associated Press of Arizona Medical Center, positive helps
where the injured were os ve helps
TUCSON, Ariz. Ga- treated. A bell was rung ia *g
brielle Giffords marked once for each victim as the am dk
the third anniversary of Rev. Joe Fitzgerald spoke to
being shot in the head at the crowd., The Associated Press the pills.
a Tucson political rally by "Today, we gather to re- Mixing up the possi-
skydiving on Wednesday, member the tragic day WASHINGTON Talk bilities allowed research-
part of a stunning recovery three years ago when our about mind over matter: A ers to tease out how the
that has included learning community was deeply quirky new study suggests same persons pain relief
to walk and talk again and wounded," he said. patients'expectations can differed from migraine to
founding a national orga- Other ceremonies and make a big difference in migraine as his or her ex-
nization that pushes gun moments of silence took how they feel after treat- pectations changed.
control measures. B s "place across the city. ment for a migraine. Of course the real mi-
Across the city, others "I think the commemo- Boston researchers re- graie drug worked far
gathered for bell-ringing rations are, in large part, cruited 66 migraine pa- better than the dummy
and flag-raising ceremo- ecognition of our com- tients in an attempt to pill. But remarkably,
nies to remember the-six munity's collective care quantify how much of people who knew they
,killed and 13 injured, in- and compassion and grit their pain relief came were taking a placebo still
cluding Giffords, on Jan. :to go on," Tucson Mayor from a medication and reported less pain than
8, 2011, as the former Ari- Jonathan Rothschild said. how much was due to when they'd left their mi-
zona congresswoman met i Pam Simon, 66, who what's called the placebo graine untreated, the re-
with constituents outside was a Giffords aide at the effect, the healing power searchers found.
a grocery store.time of the attack and suf- of positive belief. The surprise: Patients'
Giffords waved and blew fered a gunshot wound to More thdn 450 head- reports of pain relief more
kisses to a crowd at a sky- the chest, reflected on the aches later, they reported than doubled when they
diving site between Phoe- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS shooting with crisp mem- Wednesday that it's im- were told the migraine
nix and Tucson after suc- In this photo released by NBC, former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle ories, but also a positive portant for doctors to drug was real than when
cessfully landing without Giffords (right) comes in for a landing during a tandem outlook, carefully choose what theyweretold, falsely, that
injury. skydive Wednesday in Tucson, Ariz. "When we stop on an they tell patients about a it was a fake, the team re-
"Gabby landed beauti- craft then made a line with office said he called Gif- anniversary to really re- powerful medicine- be- ported Wednesday in the
fully. Happy she's safe. So Giffords in the middle. fords on Wednesday to flect, sometimes it opens cause the message could journal Science Transla-
.proud of her bravery," Gif- "She was the' least ner- wish her good luck. the wounds a little bit," help enhance its benefits, tional Medicine.
fords' husband, former as- vous person on the plane," "Gabby's courage & de- she said. "But it's also or blunt them. In fact, people reported
tronaut Mark Kelly, wrote Hatch said, calling Giffords termination has been ab- gratifying in a way to see "Every word you say nearly as much pain relief
on his Twitter account af- a "rock star" for making the solutely inspirational," the community come out counts, riot only every when they took a placebo
ter the tandem jump with jump on such an emotion- Biden wrote on his office's againand'remember." gram of the medication," that they thought was the
his wife strapped to a pro- Twitter account. Giffords, meanwhile, said Harvard professor real drug as they did when
fessional skydiver. "They did a little mo- Giffords' jump will be has become a leader of Ted Kaptchuk, who led they took the migraine
Jimmy Hatch, a former ment of silence at the drop broadcast Thursday on Americans for Respon- the new study with a team drug while believing it
Navy SEAL who accompa- zone," he said. "The emo- NBC's "Today" show. sible Solutions, a national at Boston's Beth Israel was afake.
nied Giffords along with tion was really heavy. Then In Tucson, about 100 organization she founded Deaconess Hospital. "The more we gave
others, said the group held she smiled and said, 'Let's residents attended a cer- with her husband to ri- Here's how it worked. a- positive 'message to
'hands and formed a circle go."' emony Wednesday morn- val the powerful pro-gun First, the patients who the patient, the bigger
Sshortly after exiting the air- Vice President Joe Biden's ing outside the University lobby. suffer regular migraines the placebo effect was,"
S" __agreed to forgo pain re- Kaptchuk said,
lievers for several hours He said that effect
Caretaker hurt trying to save group home residents during ne attack, re- probably isn'turely
4 %__cording their symptoms chological,' saying the
for comparison with later ritual of taking a medi-
The Associated Press Guzman said. "She was headaches. cation may trigger some
scared, very scared. She Then for each of their subconscious memory
SANTAANA, Calif. -The as flapping her hands." next six migraines, the that could leave people
caretaker at a California The caretaker would of- patients were given a dif- feeling better even if they
group home for develop- ten take the women for ferent pill inside an en- knew they'd taken a fake
mentally disabled adults walks or pull a couch out- velope with a different drug.
that burned to the ground side so they could sit in the message. Sometimes they Scientists have long
tried to beat back 'the sun, Guzman said. On July were told it was an effec- known that some people
flames Wednesday with a 4, she held a barbeque. tive migraine drug named report noticeable im-
blanket before dragging The house had a smoke rizatriptan, a positive provements in pain and
two residents outside but detector in every room message. Other times they certain other symptoms
failing to rescue two others and theones that were not were told it was aplacebo, when they're given a
as the fire spread, authori- destroyed were functional, a dummy pill, suggest- placebo, which can be a
tiesid. he he said. ing no benefit. Still other sugar pill or sham surgery
When the 71-year-old - Home administrator times they were told the or some other benigil
caretaker was finally res- I -. THE ASSOCIATEDPRESS Gloria V. Uy told the Fire pill could be either one, a tervention. Some studies
cued herself byfirefighters, Orange County Fire Authority firefighters survey the Authority at the scene that neutral message. even have documented
she was crying out for the damageof a housefire on Wednesday,Jan.8,n SantaAna,Calif. a fire drill had recently Sometimes the doctor's that -a placebo actually
two women she couldn't Authorities say two people have beenkilled and four others been conducted. Concial- message was true they can spark a biological
save. injured in the early morning fire at an adult group home. di could not immediately were told they got riza- effect.
The caretaker, who was .. verify that. triptan and they really But scientists don't
severely burned on her Two residents, 48 and 52, Neighbor Julie Guz- .State records show the did: Sometimes -it was know why the placebo ef-
face and arms, had such a died and five people were man awoke to sirens and facility, known as Mary's false because research- fect works or how to har-
close bond with residents injured, including a fire- looked outher window to Home, had been cited in ers had secretly switched ness its potential benefit.
of the home that they fighter and the caretaker. see firefighters swarming. the past two years for defi-
called her Mommy and she None of their names were A few minutes-later, she ciencies including not con-
called them her kids, even released. heard crying and looked ducting fire drills, broken
though most were elderly, One of the people killed out again to see an older stove burners and missing
neighbors said. was found in her bed. The resident of the home sit- electrical outlet plates but
"Our firefighters went other was discovered on ting in Guzman's driveway had corrected all the prob-
in and pulled her out. She the floor next to a bed in a and sobbing as paramed- lems to the state's satisfac-
was saying, 'My kids, my second bedroom. I ics tried to convince her to tion five months ago.
kids,"' Orange County Three other women, be- get into an ambulance. The home, which was
Fire Authority spokesman tween 30 and 60, were hos- "She was panicked. She licensed for six people,
Steve Concialdi said. "It pitalized with smoke inha- was crying and calling for was last inspected in Au-
was an endearing term. lation and the firefighter her 'Mommy.' They said, gust and had no outside
She loved the residents she was treated for burns to his 'Let's go withyour Mommy, complaints in the past two
cared for." hand, Concialdi said. she's in the ambulance,"'" years.

Macy's cutting 2,500 jobs in reorganization
The Associated Press smart phones. 4.3 percent in November J. Lundgren, Macy's chair-
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Inc. is cutting 2,500 jobs as reassign or transfer some mistic about this year. It cess of these strategies has BEN SAUNDERS, D.M .D.
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season for the depart- company plans to close four years, and we have to $54.70 in after-hours
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Indians e n narrow win
BY DUSTIN KENT bite! inst Pensacola State on Bowers had 15 points and Satu: and came in spite of a seven rebounds to lead Chipola,
The No. 4 Chipola Indians dread shooting performance with his inside basket with 39.8
picked up their second Pan- for the Indians, who shot 33 per- seconds left breaking a 64,64 tie.
handle Conference win in four cent from the field and made The Commodores had a chance
nights Tuesday in Marianna, and just 2-of-21 from the three-point to go back on top when coach
for the second straight time they line. Jay Powell drew up a play out of
had to sweat it out to the very "I'm just glad we won because a timeout for a Devon Baulkman
end. we were out of sync offensively three-pointer from the left wing,
Cinmeon Bowers scored a big all night," Chipola coach Patrick but McKay raced out to contest it
basket in the final minute and Blake said after the game. '"Cred- and got a piece of the shot.
Jamaar McKay came up with a it to Gulf Coast; they played hard Sam Cassell, Jr. came down Carlos Morris
huge blocked shot to help lift the and competed all game. We were with the rebound for Chipola tries to get by
Indians to a 69-65 victory over fortunate to get some stops late. and made two clutch free throws Gulf Coast State's
Gulf Coast State in to move to 2- Any time you get a win in the to salt the game away at 68-64 Dedrick Turner in
0 in the Panhandle Conference Panhandle, you're happy, but with 21.9 seconds remaining. a game Tuesday
and 16-1 overall. I'm not pleased with our attitude night at Chipola.
The win followed a 77-76 nail- and approach right now." See INDIANS, Page 2B PHOTOBYDANIELWILUAMS

Prep Basketball


Round to Chipola top

Lady Indians Hornets
wi n clash of The Cottondale Hornets
dropped their third, game in the
Panhandle last four Tuesday night in Blount-
l*cle L l stown, falling to the Tigers 61-53
thanks largely to a four-point
titan s, 61 third-quarter performance.
Blountstown led 28-27 at half-
BY DUSTIN KENT time, but the Tigers were able to blow the game open in the third
In a matchup of the top two thanks to the futile offensive out-
teams in the state and argu- put of the Hornets, as they out-
ably, the nation it was the scored the visitors 16-4 to take a
home team that won the first 13-point edge into the fourth.
round, as the state No. 2 Chipola Cottondale cut into the deficit
Lady Indians knocked off the and got to within eight at 55-47
top-ranked Gulf Coast Lady with 2:40 to play, but the Hornets
Commriodores 68-61 Tuesday couldn't close the distance and
night in Marianna. dropped to 4-3 in District 2 play
Sophomore Brianna Wright and 7-7 overall..
had 19 points and eight rebounds The Tigers evened up their
and freshman Evelyn Akhator league record at 4-4 with their
Shad 17 points, 13 boards, and second straight district win and
four blocked shots to help the improved to 6-7 overall.
Lady*Indians improve to 2-0 in Dimitri Simmons had 15 points
Panhandle Conference play and to lead Blountstown, with D'Anta
deal the Lady Commodores their Williams and Alex Wroblewski
first loss of the season. each adding 11.
It was the first of what could Kadeem Webb led the Hornets
potentially be five meetings be- with 12 points, and Tristan Brax-
tween the teams this season with ton had 10.
both early favorites to make both Cottondale will return to ac-
the state and national tourna- tion Friday night with a big dis-
ments, and Chipola coach Greg trict contest at home against the
Franklin said it was imperative Graceville Tigers, 'who come in
that his team take care of busi- with a 5-1 leaghe record.
ness at home. Graceville won the first match-
'All of these games are going up with the Hornets 56-41 on
to be huge," the coach said after Dec. 12 at GHS.
the game. "This year we're a little Blountstown will have another
lucky because we get Gulf Coast bigdistrict game of its own Fri-
and Northwest (Florida State) day when it welcomes the Ver-
here twice and we had to go on non Yellowjackets to town.
the road to play both of them Vernon has won three district
twice last year. Whenever you games in a row since suffering a
play those teams at home, it's a 67-53 loss to Cottondale on Dec.
must-win." 12, knocking off Wewahitchka,
Chipola faced a 36-31 halftime Graceville, and Sneads to im-
deficit after a 6-1 close to the first prove to 5-2 in the league.
half but Gulf Coast capped off PHOTOBYBRYANCRAVEN Altha is currently in first place in
Chipdla's Khadijah Ellison puts up a jump shot during a game against Gulf Coast State on Tuesday District2at7-1,followedbyGracev-
See CHIPOLA, Page 2B night. ile (5-1), Vernon (5-2), Cottondale
(4-3), Blountstown (4-4), Sneads (1-
7) andWewahitchka (0-7).,

Prep Basketball Prep Wrestling

Loss to Vernon latest Bulldogs take 5th

in Sneads' struggles at Gulf Breeze
BYDUSTIN KENT coach Bruce Hubbs frus- trated at his teams inabil- BYDUSTIN KENT Freshman Max Mar-
o trated at his team's inabl-
The struggles continued ity to break the negative tin'ez took. two wins at
for the Sneads Pirates on trends that have haunted The Marianna Bulldogs 128 pounds, while senior
Tuesday night in Vernon, it all year. wrestling team traveled to JamesonMaddoxhadlthree
as they lost for the fourth "It's the same old thing. Gulf Breeze High Scfhool wins at 134, junior Edwin
consecutive game, falling We talk about turning the on Saturday to compete Velez two wins at 140, se-
57-47 to the Yellowjackets ball over and protecting at the Andrews Institute nior Marquette Rbulhac
to drop to 1-7 in District 2 the basketball, and the Tournament and finished three at 184, and senior
competition. first seven times we had i fifth out of 14 teams. Richard Davis two in the
Alex Brown had a game- the ball we turned it over," AJ Ward, Devin Combs, heavyweight division.
high 32 points to lead Ver- the coach said. "We had and Greg Screen all took "They all wrestled 'very
non, while Austin Brown six different 'people make second in their weight well," Marianna coach Ron
added 11. seven turnovers. We're still I classes to give the Bulldogs Thoreson said. "They've
It was the third straight not getting the message. their best finishers on the beenwrestlingwellallyear.
district win for the Yellow- We talked about limit- day, while Chris Warf, Ben I like where we're at. (The
jackets after suffering a 67- ing turnovers and playing Byrd, and Trevon John- district meet) is Feb. 1, so
53 home loss to the Cot- good defense, but we dug son all took third in their we've got three weeks un-
tondale Hornets on Dec. us a hole and had to fight classes, til district and I like where
12, with Vernon improving back and make it a game Ward competed at 122 we're at as a team and I
to 5-2 in district and climb- like we always do. We pounds, Combs at 147, like where the kids are as
ing to third in the league haven't figured out hovi to and Screen at 222, with individuals. We're just go-
standingsbehindAltha (7- finishityet." each taking three wins ing to keep working hard
1) and Graceville (5-1). Vernon led by six after on the day, while John- and keep trying to make
For Sneads, it was the the first quarter and car- PHOTOBYJENNIFERBASFORD son took five wins at 172 sure we win that district
latest in a long line of dis- ried a 29-22 lead into the A pair of Vernon players try to contest a shot by Sneads' pounds, Byrd five wins at title and put some kids in
appointing outcomes this Darius Williams at the rim during a game Tuesday night in 162 pounds, and Warf four
season leaving first-year See SNEADS, Page 2B Vernon. wins at 147. See BULLDOGCS, Page 2BL


College Football A pair of free throws by
Ola Akhator put Chipola up
56-54, and a Gulf Coast
From Page lB turnover resulting in a
breakaway layup by Tif-
by a transition layup by fany Lewis gave the Lady
Chelsey Rosier as time Indians a five-point edge
expired. with 3:37 to play.
But the Lady Indians Wright followed that
went back to what has with a bank shot in the
been their most reliable post and an offensive
weapon all season in the rebound and put-back
second half: their inside for a three-point play to
game. make it 64-54 with 1:54
After scoring just six remaining.
points each in the first 20 Gulf Coast got it back to
minutes, the post duo of six at 66-60 after a three
Akhator and Wright were by Rosier, but a pair of
Florida State dominant in the second free throws by Lewis with
quarterback Jameis a half in combining for 24 19.4 seconds to play put
Winston was named the points. Chipola back up eight
recipient of the Manning When Gulf Coast took and ended any notion of
Award on Wednesday. a 49-44 lead midway a miracle comeback.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS through the second half, Lewis finished with
Chipola answered with 13 points, but the nor-
a decisive 22-7 run that mally reliable long-range
featured 11 points from shooter missed all six of
Winstonwins Manning Award uomiutes to ae'now 6-o the yer
Wright and nine from her three-point attempts,
Akhator, all of which and the Lady Indians
The Associated Press days. after Winston. led "That makes meso happy. nually to the nation's top came inthe paint or at the struggled from the out-
Florida State to a 34-31 It really makes my day for college quarterback. Win- free throw line. side all game, making just
NEW ORLEANS Flor- victory over Auburn in the me to be able to get an- ston, the Heisman Trophy "Afterhalftime,Ithought 1-of-14 from three.
ida State. quarterback BCS championship game. nounced as the winner of winner; also was named we went with what we Sophomore point guard
Jameis Winston has one "It means a lot just to this award." the recipient of the Dav- know works for us and DiamonishaSophusmade
more award to add to his have Manning next to my The Manning 'Award ey O'Brien Award last that's feeding it into those her return to the lineup for
collection. name, to have my name is the only annual quar- month. girls down low," Franklin Chipola after a six-game
Winstonwasannounced next to Manning, with terback award that takes At a teleconference an- said. "They single-cov- suspension forviolationof
Wednesday as the winner the accolades that Pey- a player's bowl perfor- nouncing Winston as the ered us and the girls took team rules and had three
of the Manning Award, ton, Eli and Mr. (Archie) mance into consideration. winner, College Football their time and did a nice assists and-two turnovers
given annually to the, Manning have had in That distinguishes it from Hall of FamerArchie Man- job down there. I can't say in a brief appearance in
nation's top quarterback. college and professional the Davey O'Brien Award, ning called Winston "the enough about how well the first half.
The award comes two football," Winston said.. another honor given an- total package." they played. At halftime, Destini Feagan had 17
s w ewe said we're going to get points to lead Gulf Coast,
Baseliall them some touches and with Dominique Powell
see if they can stop us." adding 13 points, and Jes-
Maddux GlavineThomas elcted to Hall Akhator got the big run sica Morton 0
Sstarted with a basket with The Lady Commodores
just over 10 minutes to are now 16-1 on the year
The Associated Press Braves manager, Bobby reputations. ingby senior members of 'play that made it 49-46, and will next play host to
Cox, at the July 27 induc- "Over the last year, do- the BaseballWriters' Asso- with a pair of free throws Tallahassee on Saturday,
NEW YORK A new tion along with Joe Torre ing a couple of charity ciation of America, Bonds and a hook shot byWright while the Lady Indians
generation of starting and 'Tony La Russa, also, events with Hall of Famers from 36.2 to 34.7 and Sosa followed by another (18-1) are off until Tues-
pitchers and a self-pro- elected last month by the that; they've got a from 12.5 to 7.2. bucket by Akhator tying day when they go on the
claimed Mr. Clean of the expansion-era committee. strong staice against any- -Bonds, baseball's ca- the game with 6:16 left. road to face Tallahassee.
Steroids Era will be ush- But Barry Bonds, Roger one who's taken steroids. reer home run leader, is
ered into baseball's Hall Clemens and other stats Theydo not want them in. the only seven-time MVP
of Fame this summer. For whose accomplishments They don't care whenthey in major league his try. to play, and a pair of free
tainted players, however,' were muddied by accusa- started or when they did Clemens is the lone sev-. throws by Basil Deveaux
the doors to Cooperstown tions of steroids use lost it, they do not want them en-time Cyt Young Award tied the game up with
remain bolted. even more ground, drop- in," he said. "I've got to winner. From Page 1B 59.2 seconds remaining.
Greg Maddux, Tom ping below 40 percent in take the right stance, too. "As for what they did, I Chipola found Bowers
Glavine and Frank Thom- an election where 75 per- No, they shouldn't get in. don't think any of us will Carlos Morris also had on the next possession on
as were elected on their cent is needed. There shouldn't be cheat- ever really know," Thomas 14 points and seven re- the left blockfor a post-up
first ballot appearances And on his first day as t ing allowed to get into the said. "But I ca' just tell bounds for Chipola, with and the sophomore pow-
Wednesday, when Craig a member of baseball's Hall of Fame." you, what I did was real Demetrious Floyd scor- ered his way to the rim for
Biggio fell just two votes elite, Thomas said the liv- Making their second ap- and that's why I've got this ing 10 points, and Dont'e a basket and a foul.
short. ing mernbers among the pearanies on the ballot, smile on my face right now Reynolds posting eight Bowers couldn't convert
Maddux and Glavine will 306 Hall of Famers don't Clemens dropped from because the writers, they points and 11 rebounds. the thiree-poit play, itfit
join their former Atlanta want those with sullied 376 percent to 35.4 in vot- definitely got it right." Jonathan Wade and El- the Indians never relin-
......... ._. ; Bliott Cole each had 16 quished the lead.
points to lead the Com- Though the win made
modores, who were mak- Chipola the first 2-team:

Ireland out as voipns GM, after 6 seasons
Irel ta k outo Maos D o GM af r 6 sea ons but and dropped to 12-6 ence, its coach still says
overall with the loss. thereis a lot of workleft
The Associated Press Ross mutually. agreed to 2012 to protest the way the statement. "I'dlike to thank It was a back-and-forth for his team if it's going
part ways. The Dolphins team was being run, with Steve for all his support game virtually through- to make a run at a league
MIAMI The first air- said they would conduct some holding signs that and kindness. I've had the out, with neither team title and beyond.
borne banner calling for an immediate search for a read "FIRELAND." opportunity to work with leading by more than five "We had too many guys
Jeff Ireland to be fired flew replacement to lead foot- He wasn't fired, but in the some of the most amazing points in a first .half that 'who were coicerned
over the Miami Dolphins' ball operations. wake of last month's melt- people during this time, finished with Chipola\ about making plays at
.stadium in 2011. Other A late-season flop kept down, 'Ross. considered and I'd like to thank them ,holding a 30-27 edge. home and some guys just
similar signs followed, Miami out of the play- hiring a football czar over all from the bottom of my The Indians appeared did not have the right
most recently in Novem- offs for a fifth consecutive Ireland and coach oe Phil- heart." to wrestle control of the mindset," Blake. said.
berl and on Tuesday those year, and Ireland has long bin. Ireland was oapposed Still to be determined is game way with an 8-1 "These are not selfish
wantinghim out finally got been considered the main to such an arrangement. Ireland's role in a locker- run. featuring a dunk by guys, but we're still do-
their wish. culprit for the franchise's "Steve and I came to afi room bullying scandal that Bowers, a running one- ing too much stuffon our
Ireland's six-year stint as failures. More than two agreement that the best drew national scrutiny. hander by Morris, abuck- own and taking some bad
general manager ended dozen frustrated fans gath- thing moving forward for The NFL has yet to release et by Reynolds, and two shots out of the flow of
withabriefannouncement ered outside the Dolphins' all parties would be to part a report on its investiga- free throws from Cassell, the offense. We thought
that he and owner Stephen complex one spring day in ways," Ireland said in a tion into the case. Jr. to' make it 59-51 with that might change when
6:05 remaining. we get into Panhandle
S- But Gulf Coast took ad- Conference play, but'we
It won't get any easier Sneads is 0-3 in county prove to go to 11-2 over- vantage of a pair of quick still need a leader out
Sneads for the Pirates tonight games, losing to Mari- all and 6-0 in District .2 three-point attempts on there. Someone has to
when they host the newly- anna, Cottondale, and competition. Chipola's next two pos- step up and it needs to be
FromPagelB minted No. 1 team in the Graceville by a combined Logan Neel had 14 sessions to close back to thesophomores."
state, the Malone Tigers, 42 points. points to lead the Lady within three after a tran- 'The Indians will return
halftime break before who come in red-hot win- Pirates, with Chasity Mc- sitioin bucket by Dedrick to league play Tuesday
stretching it out to 12 in ners of eight of their last Lady Pirates Griff adding 12 points, Turner and a three by with a road game against
the third period, nine games, destroy Vernon Aaliyah Williams 11, Cole. Tallahassee, while the
Sneads got it back to Malone is 2-1 in Jackson Tasherica McMillon nine, A deep jumper by Commodores will get
within single digits in the County games so far this The Sneads girls had a and Sabrina Rizo seven. Baulkman cut the margin their shot at the Eagles on
fourth, but it was too little season, beating Cotton- far easier time of things Sneads will next go to .to two at 64-62 with 1:32 Saturday in Pariama City
too late for the Pirates, dale and Graceville by 16 TLiesday night in Vernon, Blountstown to play the .....
who fell to 2-13 overall on points each andfalling by blasting the Lady Yel- Lady Tigers tonight at
the year. 13 to Marianna. lowjackets 64-7 to im- 5:30 p.m. Bulldogs right now."
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If his TV gig ever disappears,

Testing, testing ... can anyone
hear, me out there?
Loud and clear. For those of us who
.live within several miles of NASCAR's
%I a l "home track" at Daytori, that rumble
:and deep bellowing we her this time
et of year signals an approaching season.
Getty images/TOM PENNINGTON In more pea.eft, 1 parts of the world,
Getty Images/JOHNiHARRELSON Jamie McMurray, as usual, gets a jump on the racing season in the Rolex 24 atDaytona. make irt achirp e of-
ill this be the official a heralding sprngtime and the open-
Will this be the official: itl e urstc n ato "
fing of the great outdoors (naturally,
face f Junior this ethat's assuming a colder locale .. not
week? We'll see soon. to mention assuming that blue jays
h en her chirp). In these parts, the baritone
When you hear the blasts trumpet an onrushing race
words "testing at Day- season.
tona" what comes to as ny particular theme heading into
mind? the two days of Daytona pre-
GODSPEAK: It's time to e easonas oom stesting?
take down the Christmas
take down the Christmas Several, actually. For starters, there's
ligtre, adwal the hliday Jamie McMurray didn't make the 2013 NASCAR that big of a deal, but the break did seem awfully the issue of familiarity some drivers
lights and : I althe dogs Sprint Cup Series Chase playoffs, but he had a short to me." are new to their teams, some drivers
der who'll shoI a ys pretty solid season at Earnhardt Ganassi Racing. McMurray is excited about Daytona, since are new to the Cup Series. It genrally
onn haicolor'h p, or McMurray, who survived the cuts and personnel restrictor-plate race victories seem to come in tae awhile to get it all sortedout
witrh a new hair tc tor changes made by car owner Chip Ganassi, scored streaks. Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson in your head, and preseason testin
help:stavef Fapther Tiume nine top-l0finishes, including an "upset" victory swept both plate races at Daytona last season. :is the first step. Along those lines,
S at Talladega Superspeedway in October. McMurray is the last driver with a plate win. it'll beour first chance to see the
What's your favor- The 37-year-old driver finished the season 15th "When I look at plate racing, for me and a lot of new Stewart-Haas gang all together,
ite Daytona testing in points and will start 2014 with a little tuneup guys, it goes in streaks," McMurray said. "Those playing nice (we assume). Combine
memory? race called the Rolex 24 at Daytona. He'll co-drive streaks include winning and wrecking. I hope I'm Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick, Danica
GODSPEAK: After Derrike a Daytona Prototype in the twice-around-the- on a streak of winning." Patrick and Kurt Busch, and suddenly
Cope crashed into Ken clock endurance race. McMurray won the infamous 2010 Daytona your holiday family gatherings seem
Schrader, who was coming Until then, except for a two-day Cup test at 500, which was delayed twice for pothole repairs downright peaceful and comforting,
up to speed from pit road. Daytona, McMurray plans to lie low with his in Turns 1 and-2. .don't they?
Said Schrader: "It was my young family and enjoy the downtime from the He said a second 500 victory would put him in How old is arrell
fault. I forgot he was an Cup Series, which runs from February through the elite company of multitime winners:
idiot" November. "When you get to do something a second time, Finally old enough to drive a Buick,
KEN'S CALL The sight As McMurray gets older, the winter break you savor it more, you take in more," McMurray it appears. A recent ress release
of CalWells' team new seems shorter. Only two days after the Cup said. "For me, it will be a different experience from Tennessee tells us that ol' DW
to the CupSeries about, Series awards banquet in Las Vegas, race teams than when I won it the first time." just opened a Buick GMC dealership
15 years ago breaking were called to Charlotte Motor Speedway for a But before he straps into the No. 1 Chevrolet for in Franklin it's the latest addition to
out laptops and real-time NASCAR-mandated test to sort out 2014 rules. .2014 Speedweeks, he will compete in the No. 01 the Darrell Waltrip Automotive Group.
telemetry in the garage. "The break seemed really short Ford Riley in the Rolex 24. The endurance race "Ironically," Waltrip says in the press
Nothing has ever Ileen the this year," McMurray told gets him excited for the season ahead, release, "two of the best years I ever
same. NASCAR This Week during "Chip has the team to beat every year," had in racing was driving a Buick (1981-
a sports-car test session McMurray said. "I can't wait for the race 82):." We trust this is simply the latest
What are you looking at Daytona last weekend. and get in the car because it's such a dif- evidence of someone misusing the
for during this week's "I think some of it has ferent event." word "ironically", when he'd be better
Cup test? to do with the Charlotte off saying "coincidentally" either
GODSPEAK: What will test that was thrown in that, or DW is insinuating Buicks aren't
Dale Earnhardt Jr. look there. We did it twice, International Speedway Corp./ ast. And come to think of it, when was
like? Will he be sporting because it got rained out MIKE MEADO the last time you saw a Buick in the left
the full beard or be com-, two days. It took up half Jamie McMurray survived lane zipping through interstate traffic?
pletely whiskerfree? It's a week. all the turnover following Is DW in the Service Department
always fun to see how he "That's normally a 'the 2013 season. A win at prepping'98 LeSabres for resale,
statfs the season. Week whent nothing is go- ork:rieping his TV jb?
KEN'S CALL: I can't wait ing on. It is what it is. When Talladega helped his cause. or keeping his TVjob
to see thd Stewart-Haas you can take your family with As we speak, he's probably getting
team huddle dring the you each week, it's not a fresh haircut, because the Fox crew
will do 12 hours oftesting coverage
lunch break. Someone "t his week (two daysof Cup testing, one
needs to click that."Be- day of Nationwide). Chances are,Larry
fore" picture. '-McReynolds is already in the east bank-
ipg taking track temperatures.
PRESEASON Any other TV news?
THUNDER Just this bit of insider scuttlebutt:
Allen Bestwick will need to narrow
Six days of NASCAR pre- his focus a bit. The longtime NASCAR
season testing at Daytona broadcaster. (radio, TV; play-by-play,
International Speedway pits, studio, etc.) will stay with ESPN
runs from Thursday after the 2014 season (ESPN's last
thrbugh next Tuesday ) under its current NASCAR deal) as he
two days each for the three transitions into the Worldwide Leader's
national touring series. lead b'roadcaster for its IndyCar. cover-
Come to us for 611 the up- age. Bestwick begins that role this year
dates (including speeds) at while keeping his NASCAR duties at ESPN, and next year becomes solely
., an IndyCar guy, which isnlt as easy.
Snews-journalonllne,. :as it may sound, given how IndyCars
com. nas are faster and have less sheet metal,
,; .-. liIb";, : "'.- "- therefore making it tougher to deter-
S @ nasmaytona. m ine who's who in heavy traffic. But
S: @ a: a- d- oa since mucih less folksare watching, a
mess-up isn't as noticeable.
Do you have questions or-
commeints about NASCAR AGodwin Kelly is the Daytona Beach News-
This W eek? Cofntact Godwin Journal's motorsports editor and has ONLINE @nascardaytona Ken Willis has been covering NAS-
Kelly at godwinkeliy@news- covered NASCAR for 30 years. Reach him CAR for The Daytona Beach News- or Ken Willis at ken., at EXTRAS news-journalonline. Journal for 27 years. Reach him at nascardaytona com/nascar ken willis@news-jrnlcom

2014 Sprint Cup
Int Speedway
Feb. 20: Duels at Daytona
Feb.23: Daytona 500
March 2: Phoenix Int Raceway
MarSch 9: Las Vegas Motor Speedway
March 16 Bristol Motor Speedway
March 23: Auto Club Speedway
March 30 Martinsville Speedway
April 6: Texas Motor Speedway
April 12: Darlington Raceway
April 26 Richmond Int Raceway
May 4: Talladega Superspeedway
May 10:I Kansas Speedway
May 17: All-Star Race at Charlotte
Motor Speedway
May 25: Charlotte Motor Speedway
June 1: Dover Int. Speedway
June 8: Pocono Raceway
June 15: Michigan Int. Speedway
June22: Sonoma Raceway
June 28: Kentucky Speedway
July5: Daytona Int Speedway
July 13: New Hampshire Motor
July 27: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Aug. 3: Pocono Raceway
Aug.10: Watkins Glen Int,
Aug.17: Michigan Int Speedway
Aug. 23: Bristol Motor Speedway
Aug. 31: Atlanta Motor Speedway
Sept : Richmond Int Raceway
Sept 14: Chicagoland Speedway
Sept 21: New Hampshire Motor
Sept 28: Dover Int Speedway
Oct. 11: charlotte Motor Speedway 2961 Penn. Ave., Marianna, FL (85 ) 5 -351
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Oct.26: Martinsville Speedway 4' 0 0
Nov. 2: Texas Motor Speedway Ww.manannatoyota.cOm
Nov. 9: Phoenix Int. Raceway
Nov. 16: Homestead-Miami Speedway
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