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Vol. 91 No. 31

Privatization plan for airport FBO moves forward County
In addition to planned i '
improvements to the O C
north-south runway, the t ; M' ?' police car
terminal, fueling options i'
and other aspects of the rear-ended
Marianna Municipal ""
Airport, a private fixed- From staff reports
based operator may soon
be offering services to pi- An unmarked police vehi-
lots and passengers. cle was rear-ended Tuesday
The Marianna Airport ..:;- morning in Calhoun County.
Industrial Board in Janu- I -Injuries were minor.
ary recommended that SUBMITTEDPHOTOANDFLORIDAN F-LEPHOTO The incident occurred at
city officials move for- -Airport terminal concept art (above) by Paul A. Donofro & 7:40 a.m., near State Road 69
ward with plans to priva- i -Associates Architects is displayed in Marianna City Hall. In and N. Pear Street in Blount-
tize the FBO and this addition to planned terminal improvements, city officials stown, according to the Flor-
month, city commission- are getting ready to privatize fixed base operations at the ida Highway Patrol.
ers gave the go-ahead for municipal facility (left). Nedra L. Peterson, 34, of
lease negotiations. the city's FBO," the results should be finalized by the Blountstown, was traveling
City Manager Jim Dean of those lease talks will be end of the week, but who south along S.R. 69 driving a
told commissioners dur- returned to the commis- will sign it and manage 2013 Dodge Charger. Mean-
ing their February meet- city has been approached Though Dean and Bon- sion for approval before the city FBO remains to while, an unmarked Blount-
ing that he has discussed by a number of unsolic- durant are now autho- papers are signed. be seen. stown Police Department
the prospect at length ited companies interest- rized to negotiate a lease Dean, reached by One of the parties patrol vehicle, a 2009 Chev-
with city attorney Frank ed in leasing the airport "with the most qualified phone Tuesday, said the roletTahoe driven by Charles
Bondurant and that the FBO. private party to operate FBO lease agreement See AIRPORT, Page 9A A. Terry, 43, also of Blount-
stown, was stopped ahead
of Peterson facing south on
the same road. Terry was
See CRASH, Page 9A

S. Charges

against two

From Staff reports
In recent court action, the
charges against Marianna
couple Joel Timothy Toole
and Donna Pauline Toole
have been resolved.
According to court docu-
Sgments, Mr. Toole was origi-
nally charged in the case
with aggravated assault on a
law enforcement officer with
a deadly weapon and with
resisting without violence.
In a plea agreement finalized
in late January, authorities
dropped the three felony ag-
gravated assault charges and
Mr. Toole pled no contest to
resisting without violence, a
misdemeanor. He was sen-
tenced to serve a year's pro-
bation and was adjudicated
Jackson County Sheriff Lou Roberts.(left) and Jason McAlpin, one of Roberts' investigators, talk about why the sheriff needs some flexibility in Mrs. Toole was originally
implementing a retooled salary schedule. charged in the case with
See CHARGES, Page 9A

Creating a custom fit,

Roberts gets $222,871 as compared to several other Office, as a state constitutional it began, and initially submit- B ody of
surrounding counties. But the entity, had not initially been in- ted a spreadsheet showing the sse h eg
more to pay his staff county's vote to adopt a new cluded in the salary study that increases he proposed in the hSS iig
each year salary schedule changed all that led to the increases for employ- wake of that examination. How-
a yea immediately for most work- ees of the county. Without the ever, because his document was
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER ers. They'll see those increases sheriff's employees figured in, not formatted like the county's on for the first time in their pay- the cost of the increases will overall spreadsheet, he was
checks this week. Their salaries come to about $555,712 an- asked to resubmit his numbers
Until two weeks ago, most increased by varying amounts nually, including benefits. But in the same format and was recovered
employees of Jackson County based on how far they were be- Jackson County Sheriff Lou told that, if his increases were
were making less than the mini- low the minimum range. Roberts had been allowed to
mum range for their positions The Jackson County Sheriff's add his staff to the study after See SHERIFF, Page 9A From staff reports
The body of a missing
woman has been found

Police: Cottondale man admits molestation byauthorities in Holmes
On Feb. 10, the Holmes
From staff reports last September. Sheriff's Office. Investigators with Calhoun County Sheriff's Office recov-
Riley, 24, was The victim told authorities and Jackson County Sheriffs Of- ered the body of 26-year-old
A Cottondale man has been d arrested after pro- she was visiting a family mem- fice contacted Riley at his home CynthiaKatriceJohnsonfrom
charged with lewd and las- viding a statement ber's residence in Blountstown after obtaining the FDLE test the Choctawhatchee River.
civious molestation on a child. when confronted on the date of the incident, and results, and "Riley provided a Johnson had been missing
Authorities in Calhoun County at his home on that while there she woke up to statement admitting to molest- since Jan. 10, when a motor-
say David Caleb Riley has admit- Jan. 27 of this year, Riley molesting her. The victim's ing the victim," according to the ist reported seeing a female
ted to molesting the victim, who Riley according to a clothing was sent to FDLE for release. matching her description on
was 15 years old at the time of news release from testing and a male DNA profile A warrant was subsequently
the alleged incident the Calhoun County was developed. obtained for his arrest. See BODY, Page 9A


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F L O R ID A N WEDNESDAY, FEB.12 and $40 for Dixie Youth machine pitch, AAA "o" papers will not be signed.
) Chipola Theatre tickets go on sale for "The Zone and Dixie Boys. The fee for Darlings, Angels,
Publisher Valeria Roberts Sound of Music" Center for the Arts box office Ponytails and Belles Softball will be $40. The fee FRIDAY, FEB. 14 or online at www.chipola.ed For ore info call must be paid with a check or money order, no cash and Rea
rt a r- Charles Sirmon 718-2227. will be accepted. Checks need to be made payable o Deadline to enter Grand Ridge Pageants
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski ar i n to MERE. No one will be allowed to register after Grand Ridge School. Pageant forLittle Miss, Jr. Deadline to register for Jackson County Mas- Feb. 28. All participants must bring a copy of their Miss and Miss Grand Ridge. Contact Heather Lewis
ter Gardeners "How to Grow Tomatoes"- Noon birth certificate. at 209-7977 for more info. Pageant to be held March
CONTACT US Jackson County Extension Services, 2741 Penn- ) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. 8 at 6 p.m.
sylvania Ave. Marianna. Pre-paid registration $15. Anne o 9 tt Marianna Recreation Department baseball-
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Registration at the door $20.Event to be held Feb. Anne's Catholic 482-3734 softball r egistration Dep- 8 a.m. to 4 Thbaseball
FAX:850-482-4478 15. For more info call 482-9620. Marianna Educational and Recreational Expo
Email: Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon Malone Dixie Youth Baseball sign-ups 9 a.m. (MERE) location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna
Street Address: to p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist to 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday and 9 a.m. to noon on or you may drop off your registration at City Hall.
4403 Constitution Lane Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Saturday at Malone Town Hall. Sign-up fee is $40 Boys and girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible
Sper child. Please bring copy of your child's birth cer- to play. The fee for T-Ball is $35 for participantsble
Marianna, FL 32448 Marianna Recreation Department baseball- tificate. If you have any questions contact Michael and $40 for Dixe Youth machine pitch, AAA
Office Hor: softball registration 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The Padgett 2091250, Lenny Weber 209-8409 or Jamie and $40 for Dixie Youth machf ine pitch, AAA, "o
Office Hours: Marianna Educational and Recreational Expo Floyd 569-2343. Zone and Dixie Boys.The fee for Darlings, Angels,
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (MERE) lobation at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna Ponytails and Belles Softball will be $40. The fee
or you may drop off your registration at City Hall. n Chipola Civic Club Meeting -Noon at The must be paid with a check or money order, no cash
MISS YOUR PAPER? Boys and girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible Oaks Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's will be accepted. Checks need to be made payable
to play. The fee for T-Ball is $35 forparticipants focus is the local community, "Community, Children to MERE. No one will be allowed to register after
You should receive your newspaper no later and $40 for Dixie Youth machine paitch, AAA, "o & Character." Call 526-3142. Feb. 28. All participants must bring a copy of their
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- Zone and Dixie Boys. The fee for Darlings, Angels, ) Author's Talk and Book Signing 11a.m. at birth certificate.
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to Ponytails and Belles Softball will be $40. The fee the Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. ) Members from Senator Rubio's staff will be
Friday, and 7 11 a.m. on Sunday. The must be paid with a check or money order, no cash in Marianna. Presented by Charlie P. Johnston, Jr. available to meet 9-11 a.m. Malone Town Hall
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-640) will be accepted. Checks need to be made payable on his newly released book, "Marriage According to council chambers, 5182 9th Ave., Malone. If you
to MERE. No one will be allowed to register after His Book-God's Marriage Plan." For more info call are having an issue with Social Security Medicare,
is published Tuesday through Friday and Feb. 28. All participants must bring a copy of their 592-8769. Veterans Affairs benefits, immigration, the IRs or
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid birth certificate. ) Employability Workshop 2:30 p.m. Marianna any federal agency plan to meet and find out what
at Marianna, FL. ) Malone Dixie Youth Baseball sign-ups 9 a.m. One Stop Career Center. "Overcoming Barriers to services his office has to offer.
to 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday and 9 a.m. to noon on Employment" is the workshop. It is free and open to )) Malone Dixie Youth Baseball sign-ups 9 a.m.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Saturday at Malone Town Hall. Sign-up fee is $40 the public. The workshop is facilitated by a certified to 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday and 9 a.m. to noon on
Home delivry $.2 pr month; per child. Please bring copy of your child's birth cer- motivational career coach. Visit Saturday at Malone Town Hall. Sign-up fee is $40
ome delivery: $11.23 per month $32.83 tificate. If you have any questions contact Michael to register for these informative workshops. per child. Please bring copy of your child's birth cer-
for three months; $62.05 for six months; Padgett 209-1250, Lenny Weber 209-8409 or Jamie ) Jackson County School Board workshop 4 tificate. If you have any questions contact Michael
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include Floyd 569-2343. p.m. at the School Board Office, 2903 Jefferson Padgett 209-1250, Lenny Weber 209-8409 or Jamie
applicable state and local taxes. Mail ) Black History Scho.olProgram 9 a.m. New St., Marianna. The agenda for each meeting can be Floyd 569-2343.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Gym at Grand Ridge School. Guest speaker: Mr. L. viewed through the district website ) Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; Bradford Johnson, Community Relations & Eternal Open to public. County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Affairs Office of the Mayor of Tallahassee. Sixth Annual Southern Desserts Library experienced handcrafters welcome to create,
year. ) Free Quit Smoking Seminar 3-5 p.m. Jackson Fundraiser 6 p.m. at the Jackson County share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-
County Public Library. Sponsored by James Lewis Agricultural Center on Penn Ave. in Marianna. Silent 9631.
ADVERTI G and Big Bend AHEC. Participants can receive free Auction Preview at 5:30. A fun filled evening of ) Bird Walk 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Florida Caverns
ADVERTISING nicotine replacement therapy such as patches, gum delicious homemade desserts, a silent auction, a State Park. Join Florida Caverns State Park volun-
The advertiser agrees that the publisher and lozenges after class completion. For questions specialty cake auction and entertainment. Tickets teers Elliott and Lesley Smith as they lead visitors
shall not be liable for damages arising or to preregister please call James at 224-1177. are $10 donation per person or $80 per table of on aleisurely stroll starting at the Blue Hole swim-
eight. Tickets available at the service desk at the ming area to observe the birds of thepark. Bring
out of errors and advertisements beyond13 Marianna Library. Cash donations or donations of binoculars and a picnic and enjoy the day.
the amount paid for the space actually silent auction items are also welcome.
thtrti th rtMarianna Recreation Department baseball- Marianna High School Valentine Dinner The-
occupied by that portion of the advertise- Marianna Recreation 8 Department baseball- The Jackson County Branch of the NAACP month- atre 6 p.m. Marianna High School. MHS culinary
ments in which the error occurred, whether Marianna Educational and Recreational Expo ly meeting 6 p.m. St. James AME Church. arts students, theatre students and jazz ensemble
such error is due to the negligence of the (MERE) location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, will be in charge of the evening. Reservations re-
publisher's employees or otherwise, and or you may drop off your registration at City Hall. 8-9 p.m.,.First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- quired. $15 each or $25 per couple. For reservations
there shall be not liability for non-inser- Boys and girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance contact Andrea Marsh at 482-9605 ext 311 or Susie
tion of any advertisement beyond the to play. The fee for T-Ball is $35 for participants limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; Barber at 482-9605 ext.290.
amount paid for such advertisement. This The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Commupity Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,.
email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
newspaper will not knowingly accept or
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis-
ing which expresses preference based on PO~ iCe RO'lns dup
legally protected personal characteristics is MARIANNA POLICE Office and county fire/rescue one civil dispute, two littering possession of marijuana-less
not acceptable. DEPARTMENT reported the following incidents complaints, one assault, two than 20 grams, violation of state
for Feb. 10, the latest available noise disturbances, one animal probation.
HOW TO GET YOUR The Marianna Police De- report: One complaint, one fraud com- David Castleberry, 26, 5027
NEWS PUBLISHED partment listed the following test accident, plaint, 21 property checks, two Spruce Lane, Marianna, failure
Sincidents for Feb.10, the latest ae-- one missing assists of motorists or pedes- to appear (possession of a con-
The Jackson County Floridan wll publish available report: One missing juvenile, two trians, four publicservice calls, trolled substance, tampering
news of general interest free of charge. juvenile, one abandoned ve- CF M E abandoned one criminal registration, two with evidence).
Submit your news or Community Calendar hice, one suspicious incident, vehicles, two welfare checks, one transport, a Clay Alday, 26, 4523 Cook
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, one escort, one highway ob- reckless driv- two Baker Act transports, Road, Marianna, possession of a
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, struction, two reports of mental ers, two suspicious vehicles, and one threat/harassment controlled substance (hydroco-
* anniversary and birth announcements, two burglar alarms, one panic two suspicious incidents, two complaint. done), possession of a prescrip-
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. alarm, five traffic stops, one suspicious people, two escorts, tion without a prescription).
Photographs must be of good quality and juvenile complaint, one fight two burglaries, one verbal JACKSON COUNTY n Judy McLellan, 42, 6933
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the in progress reported, three disturbance, three pedestrian CORRECTIONAL FACILITY Illinois St., Grand Ridge,
right to edit all submissions, property checks and one home complaints, one residential fire, petit theft, uttering forged
GEhT TING IT RIGHT security check. one woodland fire, one com- The following people were instrument.
GETTING IT RIGHT plaint regarding burning, 20 booked into the county jail dur-
The Jackson County Floridan's policy JACKSON COUNTY medical calls, one traffic crash, ing the latest reporting periods: Jail Population: 185
is to correct mistakes promptly. To SHERIFfivS OFFICE e traffic stops, three larceny Marrell Hunter, 29, 3120 To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
report an error, please call 526-3614 SHERIFS OFFICE complaints, two criminal mis- Carters Mill Road, Marianna, at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
Monday-Friday. The Jackson County Sheriff's chief complaints, one shooting, battery-domestic violence, agency.


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Pictured (from left) are Meagan Sanders, Frances Martin, i
Mallory Gibbons and Kristin Eaton.

Chipola Future

Educators win
I'.T -

state competition
Special to the Floridan Service Announcement
Faculty and students Chipola's Meagan Sand- lockwise from top: Burt McAlpin and
from the Chipola Col- ers placed first in the Les- Adam Bowen from the SPD are pic-
lege School of Educa- son Plan competition.
tion brought home three Kristin Eaton was second tured with SES first grade. Adam Bow-
awards from the recent in the Public Service An- en reads to the first grade. Second grade book
Florida Future Educators nouncement contest. The cover contest winners are (from left) Morgan
Association State Con- team of Frances Martin,
ference/Competition in Mallory Gibbons, Kristin Dykes, Jake Porter, Kevin Vinson, Angel King
Orlando. Eaton and Meagan Sand- and Brailyn Jackson.
Chipola students com- ers placed second in the
peted against other post- Display competition. Sn Elem entary celebrates
categories including: Les- Bush is faculty sponsor
son Plan, Essay, Speech, of the Future Educators Special to the Floridan all library patrons. SES to snacks at the awards Also on Friday, Burt
PowerPoint, Public Club. added 10,000 minutes to ceremony on Friday, Jan. McAlpin and Adam Bowen
Sneads Elemen- the marathon, in which 17. The winners in each from the Sneads Police De-
tary celebrated liter- Jackson County students class were: Carpenter, partment visited the kin-
Jackson County re ident acy week with several read a total of 197,651 Angel King; Daye, Kevin dergarten and first grade.
activities including the minutes. Vinson; Downum, Jake Bowen read "If You Give a
STeachd Ye Million Minute Marathon, There were 49 entries Porter; Pickens, Brailyn Dog a Donut." Afterwards,
nam e Teac er of ear second-grade book cover in the second-grade book Jackson; and Timms, Mor- the students were treated
contest, guest readers for cover contest. All partici- gan Dykes. These students to donuts and apple juice,
in Gadsden County kindergarten and first pants received a special also received an award which correlated with the
grade and bookmarks for sticker and were treated certificate. story in the book.
Special to the Floridan
Gadsden County Farm Service Agency announces
Schools selected Kimberly
J. Myrick as Rookie Teacher
bthe iy as poykickeachei 2014 NAP application closing date
of the Year. Myrick teaches
biology and physical sci-
ence at West Gadsden Special to the Floridan gas, squash, watermelons, contact the Jackson Coun-
High School in Quincy. millet for grazing, peren- ty Farm Service Agency,
She was selected by her The non-insured Crop nial peanuts for hay and 2741 Penn Ave, Suite 8,
school as Rookie of the Disaster Assistance Pro- green peanuts. Marianna, Fla., or call 526-
Year and went on to be gram provides financial For more information, 2610, ext. 100.
selected by the county as SUBMITTEDPHOTO aid to producers of non-
Gadsden County Rookie Kimberly J. Myrick ..insurable crops when LOOKING FOR MORE NEWS? VISIT
Teacher oftheYear. Super- chartering their own des- low yields, loss of inven- WWW.JCFLORIDAN.COM
intendent James surprised tiny. She respects and tory or prevented plant-
her in her classroom with cares for the students and Paisley-Olivia ing occur due to natural
the announcement ac- they respect her. WinS title disaster conditions. Eli- Philip
companied by her princi- Her principal says the gible producers may ap- a
pal, IdaWalker. outstanding work M1yrick Jackson County young- ply for coverage in the "I
Myrick began teaching has done in her year and a ster Gianni Paisley-Olivia Jackson County Farm e
at West Gadsden High in half makes her more than won the 2013 Baby Tal- Service Agency Office in wer h pe
September 2012, where deserving of this honor. lahassee Sunburst Queen Marianna.
she has worked diligently She says Myrick is very Title. She also won her The application and Don 0 o et0o
with her students, earning enthusiastic and searches entry fee paid to represent service fee must be sub-ale e
their respect.She is a team out and uses techniques Tallahassee as state finalist mitted by Feb. 28 for the Valentine!
player and shows concern that helps the students in the famous Sunburst following crops: beans,
working with her peers. want to learn. She is proud Model Search and Baby cantaloupes, sweet corn, Carat The FIVE C's
Her philosophy of educa- to haveMyrick on the West contest. grapes, honeydew melon, Color
tion is to meet students Gadsden team. Special to the Floridan peas, pumpkins, rutaba- Clarity
where they are, develop- Myrick is a 2004 gradu- CONFIDENCE
ing a rapport with them ate of Marianna High h T E ....
and letting them know School who earned her M alone H igh School Miannas.M t e 'n s
that she cares for them. degree in molecular cel- ool Marianna's Most I iower
Myrick said that this lular biology with a minor Trusted Jeweler vY
has been a power moti- in chemistry from Florida e .honor 1 roll E.
the students to focus and University in Tallahassee. Dillard, Tykajah Jackson, a O s C1 s 0or all your -
have a desire to learn. She She is the daughter of the Special to the Floridan Antwain Johnson and GOLISTS 30 a needs,
stresses to them the need Rev. Mary D. Myrick and Takyia Pope rsooosrs 3003 tth Street Maianna
to make good choices be- the late Collins H. Myrick AB honor roll 12th Grade -Alonze 850.482.4037
cause they are ultimately Sr., of Marianna. 9th Grade Sara Beth Bailey 850-526-3293 (Faye)
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At-risk youth

are caught in

the crossfire

Ss the state and Florida counties battle over who
..should pay for juveniledetention facilities, we j service is n ot e1I l g
A are worried that at-risk youth will be the ones
caught in the crossfire and not receive the necessary
help and support. he president of the United a radical exercise of liberty, where
As the wrangling continues between the state and States invoked the pope faith doesn't have to be compart-
counties, there is one constant Florida has a juvenile during his annual speech at mentalized but can be the core of
crime problem. The state's incarceration rate for youths the National Prayer Breakfast. It one's identity, infusing one's life and
is higher than 10 of the most populated states, exceed- was not the first time, and it won't vocation.
ing the national rate by 40 percent. In 2012, there were be the last. As a political matter, "There is only one real kind of
more than 58,000 arrested. it makes sense. Pope Francis has poverty," the pope wrote in his
No agency, or individual should be able to defy a court become a pop-culture icon. But r T recent Lenten message, "not living
order. Despite DJJ facing a $54 million deficit because of treating the pope like a celebrity Kithy nL peZ as children of God and brothers
the judgments and cuts in Medicaid funding, Gov. Rick misses the richness of the source of and sisters of Christ." Doing so is a
Scott must get control. DJJ faces enormous financial his joy and the implications of the lutionary challenge missed by most radical lifestyle choice that requires
challenges for a young crime population that is among proposal he embodies. media coverage, an integrated, wholesale commit-
the largest in the country. Much of what Pope Francis is Last year, Pope Francis and the ment. Nuns who run homes for the
There are solutions and they start with prevention most cited for particularly by pope emeritus, Benedict, appeared elderly and poor should simply not
and treatment through active community-based out- politicians is his love for the together their one public event, have to choose between following
reach programs and more tolerance for misdemeanor poor. He urges us to go out to the They consecrated the Holy See their consciences or paying fines
offenses. periphery, to the very edge, and to St. Michael the archangel. The because the White House follows
It started to spiral out of control in 2004. That's when serve all who might otherwise symbolism and the spiritual reality a different agenda, one born of a
the Legislature mandated that counties share in the be forgotten in a society that has behind it were unmistakable. "Be radical ideology hostile to their
costs for juvenile secure detention. This only applied to become indifferent, a transactional, our protection against the wicked- deepest convictions.
nonfiscally constrained counties, those that were able throwaway culture all too casual ness and snares of the Devil" is one During the same week that the
to afford it. about the value of human life. of the petitions of the traditional president and the pope will meet
In 2008-09, juvenile justice changed the rules without In his recent message celebrating prayer asking for St. Michael's for the first time, the Supreme
changing the statute. It billed counties for all secure the season of Lent, Pope Francis intercession. Court will hear its first Obama-
detention days except those incurred while a child points to the redemptive generosity Pope Francis is leading a revolu- care-related case involving the
awaited assignment to a residential facility. The coun- of God in "taking flesh and bear- tionary renewal at a time when our Department of Health and
ties went to court and judges said the DJJ's rules were ing our weaknesses and sins as an sense of purpose, belonging and Human Services, the Green family
"internally inconsistent and not supported by facts or expression of God's infinite mercy direction are too often muddled or that runs the Hobby Lobby arts and
logic." to us." He writes: "What gives us opaque, and he's doing so at a time crafts chain and the Mennonite
We support the Florida Association of Counties true freedom, true salvation and when we lack the common vocabu- Hahn family that runs Cones-
position on seeking a stronger statute that focuses on true happiness is the compassion, lary and experience to understand toga Wood, a lumber company in
a better business model and structured payment plan tenderness and solidarity of his much of our religious and cultural Pennsylvania. The president wants
that does not allow for interpretation. The state must love." He continues: "Christ's pov- imagery and history, you to look away from what's hap-
continue to look at community-based sanctions or erty is the greatest treasure of all: And yet President Barack Obama, pening here at home and feel good
citations that keep children from long stays in these Jesus' wealth is that of his bound- having forced religious organi- about his lip service to protecting
facilities, costing counties more than $200 a day for less confidence in God the Father, zations to seek relief from the innocent human life and religious
each child. The average length of stay in the 21 secured his constant trust, his desire always Supreme Court for his coercive freedom.
facilities is 12 days, according to DJJ. and'only to do the Father's will and health care mandates, adds to the But we're paying more attention
The Florida Association of Counties is bringing this is- give glory to him. Jesus is rich in the problem by proclaiming a Gospel than that. Aren't we?
sue front and center during the 2014 legislative session, same way as a child who feels loved According to Secularism, where the
and it should. The funding system is broken. State and and who loves its parents, without only acceptable faith is superficial, Kat hryn Jen Lopez is editor-at-large of
National Review Online, director of Catholic
county leaders must find sensible ways to distribute the doubting their love and tenderness sentimental and adapted to ideol- Voices USA and a consultant with the Magnificat
costs. The winners here must be the kids. for an instant." ogy and political campaigns. Real Foundation. She can be contacted at klopez@
(Fort Myers) News-Press That, as you may expect, is a revo- religious freedom leaves room for

Flawed farm bill Sweet Land Of Liberty
Flawed larm bill States that actually murder by the death penalty
A new farm bill that preserves the food stamp
A program, as well as many subsidies for American r he late Justice William Bren- Let's look at the actual case of
.L Lfarmers, was signed Friday by President Barack nan used to tell me, "The the late Herbert Smulls, who was
Obama. It is not a great or even a good bill, but it is L evolving human standards of executed in Bonne Terre, Mo., on
about the best compromise that can be expected of this human decency will finally lead to Wednesday, Jan. 29 "for the 1991
Congress. the abolition of the death penalty murder of a jewelry store owner."
The measure, which is expected to save almost $17 in this country." His attorney had tried desperately
billion over 10 years, was long overdue. After more than He'd hoped that a clear under- to stay Smulls' forthcoming execu-
two years of squabbling, Congress passed a bill that will standing of the Constitution's tion by unknown means, citing his
not hurt as badly as had been feared for the millions of due process protections for every NatHentoff Eighth Amendment rights.
poor people who rely upon nutritional programs such citizen would reveal how the death But a federal appeals court in
as food stamps. penalty practices of certain states Missouri ruled against Smulls'
The program that helps feed the needy should not violate the Constitution. executions, which is a polite way claim that he was "entitled to basic
have been cut at all. But Republicans, who wanted As another Supreme Court of saying the condemned person information about the drugs that
severe cuts, deserve credit for reining in the reduc- justice, Harry Blackmun, chillingly suffered greatly while being put to would be used to put him to death."
tion. The bill's $800 million annual cut in food stamps wrote in a dissenting opinion in death." As Smulls involuntarily departed,
amounts to a 1 percent bite out of the program. Callins v. Collins, "From this day Do these states not remember the I expect he knew by then he was
Lawmakers also compromised on farm subsidies that, forward, I shall no longer tinker Eighth Amendment's prohibition of being deprived of his Fourteenth
if eliminated, could have crippled rural America. The with the machinery of death." "cruel and unusual punishment"? Amendment guarantee that no
bill allows continued subsidies for growers of major Blackmun thereby decided the I have no idea how many Ameri- American citizen shall be "deprived
crops. Farmers who produce corn, wheat, soybeans and death penalty was fundamentally cans, if any, would react by saying, of life, liberty or property without
rice will still be heavily subsidized. unconstitutional. "So what? They were convicted, due process of law," nor without
Some farmers will lose direct government payments While some states have ended, weren't they? What's this fuss "the equal protection of the laws."
based on the acreage of farmland they own, regardless the death penalty, it still persists about? We're a lot better off without How did the Eighth Circuit Court
of the condition of their crops. in others, and capital punishment them." of Appeals in Missouri thereby dis-
But stronger crop insurance should offer sufficient remains a federal death sentence. But some of you may be pose of Herbert Smulls' Fourteenth
and affordable protection against losses. Farmers Indeed, a shocking (and, to me, ashamed. Amendment rights?
should not be provided billions of dollars in support sickening) lead editorial in The In any case, most of the in- The New York Times editorial tells
during good growing years as well as bad. New York Times last week revealed volved juries, prosecutors, judges us that the court "ruled that Mr.
This farm bill will not satisfy everyone, but the final the means that certain states use and members of state executive Smulls had no constitutional claim
version that became law is better than what had been to continue creating death penalty branches have shown no public against Missouri's practice because
initially proposed. corpses. These states viciously concern. Nor have investigative he had not demonstrated that 'the
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette violate not only the Constitution, reporters located in these areas risk of severe pain' from the state's
but also the most basic American shown enough concern. There have intended drug protocol would be
rules of law and our most profound been a few exceptions. substantially greater than a readily
/national values. But I will continue to follow this available alternative."
SSOUNDS DELICIOUS. I How many of us know what those story closely to see if there is any The judges on this highest court
are? reaction to these unpunished had seen and rejected the dissent-
SOUNDS Deserving at the very least a Pu- atrocities from the media, legis- ing opinion, which "'places an ab-
EXPENSIVE. litzer, this editorial explained how latures (including Congress), and surd burden on death row inmates,
certain remaining death penalty political candidates throughout who must identify 'a readily avail-
states "hide the means by which this land. able alternative method for their
they kill people" ("Secrecy Behind Meanwhile, a few judges have own executions,' even though the
Executions," The New York Times, remembered the Constitution, with state won't let them see the method
ToDAYS Jan. 30). one in Georgia issuing "a last-min- it plans to use."
SPECIALS How did this unbounded cruel ute stay of execution to one inmate, Reading that brought me back to
CA6 E- FREE and unusual punishment come reasoning that the state's secrecy my last conversation with Justice
E665 & about? law 'makes it impossible' to show Brennan soon after illness led him
ARTISANJAL According to the editorial: "Be- that the drug protocol violates the to retire from the Supreme Court.
cause many drug manufacturers Eighth Amendment." "Listen, pal," he said (he often
now refuse to supply drugs for use So how about ruling that Geor- called friends "pal"), "you have to
in executions, states are scrambling gia's secrecy law is unconstitution- remember liberty is a fragile thing."
-- to replenish their stocks. This often al, because it extinguishes inmates That's why he spent his life pro-
E_ means turning to compounding by unknown and possibly criminal tecting it.
pharmacies, which exist in a largely means?
I unregulated world ... And shouldn't certain punish- Nat Hentoff is a nationally renowned authority
2/12 "There have been multiple re- ments apply to those high officials on the is a mmber of the Reporters Committee for
Sports of previously untested drug who authorized the state secrecy Freedom of the Press, and the Cato Institute,
SI 2014 Jeff Stahler/Dist. by Universal UClick for UFS combinations leading to botched law's use? where he is a senior fellow.





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fore burying the container earthed in Winder, Ga., on
in concrete, prosecutors Oct. 8, 2012.
said Tuesday. Currey asked witnesses
Prosecutor Bridgette Jen- in the comic book and
sen showed jurors an iden- playing card businesses if
tical plastic container dur- they could tell the Cormier
ing opening statements brothers apart. Witnesses
in the first-degree murder said the identical twin
trial of William Joseph brothers were difficult
Cormier III. to distinguish from each
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Cormier beat Sean Dugas One man who played the THEASSOCIATEDPRESSPHOTOS
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collection of cards for the gas and the Cormier broth- William Cormier in a courtroom at the M.C, Blanchard Judicial
role playing game "Magic: ers for years said he could Center in Pensacola before jury selection Monday morning.
The Gathering," which he tell the brothers apart only LEFT: Michael Davidson takes the witness stand and describes
later sold in Atlanta for when he was close to them "Magic: The Gathering" trading card collection owned by Sean
thousands of dollars. Ex- and when they were talk- Dugas, a former Pensacola News Journal reporter, during the
trial of William Cormier on Tuesday.
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The Associated Press kicked out along the way, policy, Tessiersaidheplans
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CHEVY CHASE, Md. anything," he said. "The "On my 18th birthday,
Change is coming whole experience was I'm planning on applying
of America after years of not only for myself but the Boy Scouts so that we
turmoil and debate over its ,Yv : also for all the other peo- push the issue," he said.
membership policy, with i ple involved and for all Zach Wahls, an Eagle
an openly gay 17-year-old the people it affects." Scout who has gay par-
in Maryland achieving Even though he had a ents and formed the group
the highest rank of Eagle supportive troop with its Scouts for Equality, com-
Scout. own all-inclusive policy, pared Tessier's experience
On Monday night, Boy Tessier said he wanted to with University ofMissouri
Scout Troop 52, one of the speak out about the Boy football player Michael
nation's oldest, formed a Scouts' national policy af- Sam, who came out pub-
circle and gave Pascal Tes- ter seeing other gay scouts licly before the NFL draft.
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and pats on the back. His THEASSOCIATED PRESS recent years, including the honest about who you are
achievement comes just Pascal Tessier (center) takes part in an activity after he received his Eagle Scout badge from high profile case of Ryan and setting that example
weeks after the organiza- Troop 52 Scoutmaster Don Beckham, on Monday in Chevy Chase, Md. Andresen, a California and showing that's OK," he
tion lifted its ban on gay quoting from the Boy is brave." members officially opened teen. Despite the success said. "That's what Pascal is
youth. Scout Law after presenting Tessier's mom, Tracie its doors to include all in changing the Scouts' doing."
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Obituaries Library fundraiser set for Thursday Charges

James & Sikes From Page 1A
Funeral Home Special to the Floridan and Wayne Cherry have for take-home specialty nonfood items for a si-
Maddox Chapel contributed a choco- cakes. The auctioneer for lent auction. Items avail-
4278 Lafayette Street The Jackson County late fountain, where you that part of the evening able will include a bright the misdemeanor, resist-
Marianna, Fl 32446 Public Library's sixth-an- can drizzle white or dark will be David Corbin. green bicycle, books ing without violence in an
850.482.2332 nual Classic Southern chocolate on fruit and There's a Harvey Wall- from local historian Dale obstruction of justice ac-
www.jamesandsikes Desserts fundraiser is set other finger snacks. banger cake, a 10-layer Cox, a painting of Bel- tion. The charge was fully for Thursday, just in time Groups of eight can re- chocolate cake, a hum- lamy Bridge, handcrafted dismissed in a "no infor-
for Valentine's Day. serve a table for $80, or mingbird cake, along woodwork pieces, a fairy mation" filing by Assistant
Norman For a $10 donation, you can go it alone and eith the coconut, Italian garden made up of min- State Attorney Tyler Land,
Blakeslee you can load your plate pick your tablemates Creme, and several other iature plants, jewelry, a that action coming as
with all kinds of treats at when you arrive, styles of cakes in the des- pen-and-ink drawing and part of her husband's plea
Norman Blakeslee of Ma- the dessert buffet table, In addition to the eat- sert auction. more. agreement, according to
rianna died Tuesday, Feb- which will have a new in buffet, the event of- Businesses and others There will be door priz- David Angier, spokesman
ruary 11, 2014 in Marianna; feature this year. Linda fers opportunities to bid have also donated several es as well. for the office of the state
he was 72. attorney.
Funeral arrangements The cases revolved
will be announced by THEASSOCIATED PRESS around an incident in
James & Sikes Funeral Student James which police wre cald
Home Maddox Chapel. Montalbano, which police were called
Expressions of sympathy 11th grade, to the couple's home on
may be made online at works with reports of a verbal dis- teacher Angela agreement between them,
James & Sikes Benjamin in according to earlier police
Funeral Home the Advanced reports associated with the
Maddox Chapel Placement (AP) incident. The charges were
4278 Lafayette Street Physics class at related to incidents that
Marianna, F1 32446 Woodrow Wilson were allegedly to have un-
850.482.2332 High School in folded after police arrived.
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H. Foster Crash
Hewett ..From PagelA
Harold "Foster" Hewett, ad' $,0 f -e le
age 63, of Grand Ridge died attempting to make a left
at his residence Friday, onto North Pear Street.
February 7, 2014. The front of the Char-
He was a native and life- nio s ger collided with the rear
long resident of Jackson of the Tahoe and both ve-
County. Foster spent his hicles came to rest in a
early adult life as an insur- nearby area facing south
ance agent in the area be- The Associated Press Nationwide, 20.1 percent of se- come students. Just 7.3 percent of on the southbound lane of
fore becoming a fire fighter niors scored a 3 or higher on an students who scored a 3 or higher S.R. 69.
ida State Hoespital. He MIAMI More than a quarter AP test at some point during high on an AP exam were black, even FHPs report lists both
found great joy and satis- of all Florida high school seniors school. Advanced Placement ex- though they make up 20.6 per- drivers as sustaining mi-
faction from the time he are earning high enough scores on ams are given in 34 subjects. The cent of the 2013 graduating class. nor injuries. Peterson
spent on the farm on which Advanced Placement tests to earn classes are designed to be rigorous Thirty-one percent of all students was transported to Cal-
he was raised. His passions college credit, a report released and proponents say they help stu- passing the test were considered houn Liberty Hospital for
included spending time Tuesday by the College Board dents transition into college-level 16w-income, also a lower pro- treatment, while Terry
with family and friends shows. courses. portion than the 56 percent they was treated at the scene
while often hunting and Twenty-seven percent of Florida The number of U.S. public represent among all high school by Calhoun County EMS
fishing. students graduating in 2013 scored school students taking AP exams seniors. personnel.
Survivors include his a 3 or higher on an AP test. That has doubled over the last decade. The percentage of low-income Damages were estimated
wife of 42 years, Ann; son,
Jeffrey and wife, Amanda; passage rate was the fifth highest Florida in particular has seen a and Hispanic students scoring a 3 at $5,000 for the Charger
daughter, Melanie and in the nation and a big jump from significant increase in participa- or higher on an AP exam was, how- and $3,500 for the police
husband, Aden Southwell; the state's performance a decade tion. In 2003, 32,566 graduating ever, higher than in 2012. Indeed, vehicle.
grandchildren, Aaron, Jere- before. seniors had taken an AP exam at Hispanic students made up 31 per- As a result of the in-
miah, Hannah, Jaden, and In 2003, just 15.3 percent of some point during high school, cent of those passing an AP exam, cident, Peterson was
Elijah. He is also survived graduating seniors scored at that about 25 percent. In 2013, that while they constitute 25.1 percent charged with careless driv-
by his brother, Bobby and level on an AP exam. number had climbed to 80,175 of the 2013 graduating class. ing, driving while license
wife, Edna Hewett; two "Florida teachers are challenging students, or 53 percent. Bush praised the state for clos- suspended and no proof of
aunts, Charlotte Brown their students, and their students "Florida is a national leader in ing the achievement gap between insurance.
and "Cookie" Bradley; two are answering that challenge," said providing students access to col- white and Hispanic students suc-
wives; two sisters-in-law Patricia Levesque, executive direc- lege-level coursework while they cessfully completing AP exams.
and numerous nieces, tor of the Foundation for Florida's are in high school," Commissioner "But we still have far to go before
nephews, and cousins. Future, the nonprofit organiza- of Education Pam Stewart said. all children in this great state grad- B od
Funeral services will be tion started and chaired by former Gaps remained in the perfor- uate ready to.succeed in college or
at 2 p.m. Thursday, Febru- Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. mance of minority and low-in- their chosen careers," he said. From Page 1A
ary 13, 2014 at Grand Ridge
Baptist Church with Dr. Sha M a h the U.S. 90 bridge at the
Fred Hewett and Rev. C.D. an t r Choctawhatchee River.
Ham officiating. Interment Sha r Festival e In addition to thank-
willth James Sikes Fu- Special to the Floridan Sneads. The 5K Run/Walk will be The race is being held in con- ing the numerous search-
neral Home Maddox Chap- at 8 a.m. The entry fee is $20 for junction with an arts and crafts and-rescue organization
el directing. The Sneads High School Project pre-registration and $25 on race festival that is being held at the volunteers for their help,
The family will receive Graduation is sponsoring a Sham- day. Pre-registration will last until lake. Sheriff Tim Brown ex-
friends from 5-7 p.nm. Wed- rock Festival and 5k Run/Walk on March 1. For more information The festival will last from 9 a.m. to pressed appreciation for
nesday at James & Sikes March 8 at Lake Seminole Park in call Edna Reed at 209-8391. 3 p.m. Ithe assistance of the Wal-
Funeral Home Maddox ton, Washington, Bay and
Chapel Jackson County sheriffs'
Expressions of sympathy o but other entities have indirectly vices, pilot and passenger ameni- offices, and the Florida
may be made online at ehs made their interest known as well. ties, craft maintenance and flight Fish and Wildlife Conser-
Though no formal arrangements training. While the full extent of vation Commission, in the
Marianna Chapel From Page 1A have been made between the city changes to the Marianna FBO ser- search.
3Funeral Homee interested in the contract is George and Sigler on the matter, Dean did vice offerings remains to be seen, Johnson's body has been
Marianna, Florida 32446 Sigler, owner of several aviation say, "we've done some due dili- whoever takes the city lease, Dean transported to the 14th Ju-
Phone 850-526-5059 companies and manager of the gence work," on the man that is said, would, to some degree, man- dicial Circuit Medical Ex-
municipal airport in Bay Minette, Marianna's most vocal prospect age fuel sales, hangar rentals and aminer's for an autopsy.
Elbert oWood Ala. for the FBO lease. grounds care, with a portion of the HCSO reports that there
Dean said Sigler has aggressively Typical FBO services include public terminal building reserved are no indications of foul
Funeral services for Mr. pursued the city for the contract, aircraft fueling and parking ser- for private FBO offices. play at this time.
Elbert Wood will be held
today at 10:00 A.M. in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral the study and that he thought he example, trim some of the larger only constitutional officer, who
Home with intermenheriff to study was generally a good one, increases going to shorter-term opted into the county's new pay
follow in the Woods- Roberts said it missed the mark employees so that those funds plan. If the supervisor of elec-
Freeman Cemetery in From Page 1A in one regard. could be used to more richly re- tions, clerk of court, tax collector
Alford. If he follows it to the letter-- ward the long-termers who are and [roperty appraiser had been
Expressions of sympathy approved, they would be retroac- whichhe does not have to do be- getting much smaller increases figured in, the total would have
may be submitted online at tive to the coming pay period, cause he is a largely autonomous and whose paychecks have suf- come to well over $793,000. He presented that new lodk at constitutional officer in the mat- fered through many lean budget In considering the varying
Marianna Chapel Funeral the numbers on Tuesday, and his ter of setting salaries within his years with the county. amounts of increase that its em-
Horangements increases were approved to the budget he says many of his Commissioners did not take a ployees would receive under the
tune of $222,871. Of the 85 people longer-term employees wouldbe vote on his potential plan, noting recommendations of the salary
*i] on his payroll, all but 18 would burned in away if he does. that he has the power under the study, commissioners had also
Jack TSts Csee a salary increase based on the For instance, in one case, a lieu- constitution to control his salary considered giving each employee
findings of the study, which com- tenant on the job for more than plan within the budget he's given, at least a $1,500 increase, but opt-
Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. pared Jackson County's salaries 13 years would see only a $23 an- but several said they were not in ed out of that on Tuesday. About
Your Local Florist and Gifts with those offered by other gov- nual increase because his salary favor of it. Some commissioners 70 employees of the county will
2911 Jefferson St. Marianna ernmental entities for the same already exceeds the minimum who objected to his possible plan receive less than that, and about
850-372-4456 or similar positions in different for the position on the county's said that the main purpose of the 38 of the sheriff's employees will
Michael's Toggery jurisdictions. And Roberts also new pay scale. On the other study was to increase the coun- see an increase below that fig-
Funeral Appropriate Attire got a 1 percent increase for that hand, a new dispatcher on the ty's competitive edge in recruit- tire if the sheriff follows the plan
2878 Jefferson St. Marianna handful who are already above job for only a month would see a ing and keeping good employ- without revisions. Of those 38
850-482-8647 the minimum standard suggest- nearly $7,000 increase based on ees, and that they felt his shifting workers, 22 would receive less
ed by the study. the minimum suggested starting the numbers in his department than that because they are al-
Follow us on He also asked for the board's salary for that slot. And a 15-year could in a sense undo what had ready above the minimum start-
Facebook blessings for his tentative plan dispatcher on his payroll would been done as well as ultimately ing salaryforthe position.
to tweak the increases suggested only see a $287 annual increase, lead to an unbalanced payroll in About a half-dozen county em-
in the study. He didn't get that while a dispatcher with less than his department over time. ployees got increases of more
blessing, but can act on his plan three years service will see an in- That having been said, the than or nearly $10,000 a year,
if he wishes. Roberts didnot say crease of almost $6,000.. county finalized the new sal- and one position, the building
whether he would ultimately Robertswantstostudyhisnum- ary figures for board employees official, calls for a nearly $15,000
do so, saying he needed to look bers and adjust them in a way Tuesday, with the Jackson County increase. The other figures varied
more closely at his numbers be- that would give the experienced Sheriff's Office grand totalfigured widely from there.
Jackson County fore he decides. Roberts said that worker a larger increase and, per- in this time. The final cost of the Those who were already mak-
Floridan while he is grateful the sheriff's haps, temper the newer employ- salary increase comes to an esti- ing within the average range will
office was ultimately included in ees' raises. He might, he said as an mated $778,000. Roberts was the get a 1 percent increase.

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Shirley Temple, iconic Holder urges restoring

child star, dies at 85 voting rights to ex-inmates
The Associated Press is time to fundamentally rethink laws
The Associated Press that permanently disenfranchise people
r WASHINGTON Attorney General who are no longer under federal or state
SANFRANCISCO-Shir- Eric Holder on Tuesday urged states to supervision."
ley Temple, the dimpled, restore voting rights to former prison in- He said 2.2 million black citizens, or
curly-haired child star who mates, an issue he said primarily affects nearly one in 13 African-American adults,
sang, danced, sobbed and African-Americans. are banned from voting because of these
grinned her way into the Eleven states continue to restrict voting laws, and said the ratio climbs to one in
hearts of Depression-era rights after a person has served a prison five in Florida, Kentucky and Virginia.
moviegoers, has died. She sentence and is no longer on probation Holder's remarks on restoring voting
was 85. or parole, the attorney general said at rights are part of the attorney general's
Temple, known in pri- a symposium on the criminal justice initiative seeking fundamental change in
vate life as Shirley Temple system. the nation's criminal justice system.
Black, died Monday night "Across this country today, an estimat- Last August, IHolder instructed fed-
at her home near San Fran- ed 5.8 million Americans 5.8 million eral prosecutors to stop charging many
cisco. She was surrounded of our fellow citizens are prohibited nonviolent drug defendants with of-
by family members and from voting because of current or previ- fenses that carry mandatory minimum
caregivers, publicist Cher- ous felony convictions," said Holder. "It sentences.
yl Kagan said.
"We salute her for a life
of remarkable achieve-
ments as an actor, as a ... s
diplomat, and most im-
portantly as our beloved
mother, grandmother,
great-grandmother, and .
adored wife for fifty-five l
years of the late and much
Black," a family statement n this 1936 photo, actress Shirley Temple appears in "Poor
said. The family would not Little Rich Girl." Temple, who was born in 1928 and began
disclose Temple's cause of acting at the age of three, received an honorary Academy
disclos ls cs o Award in 1934 for her contributions as a child film star.
A talented and ultra- Temple blossomed into a 1934 feature "Stand Up
adorable entertainer, pretty young woman, but and Cheer!" first gained
Temple was America's audiences lost interest, her wide notice. The num- IMITED TIME
top box-office draw from and she retired'from films ber she performed with i
1935 to 1938, a record no at 21. She raised a family future Oscar winner James e
other child star has come and later became active in Dunn, "Baby Takeia Bow,"
near. She beat out such politics and held several became the title of one of
grown-ups as Clark Gable, diplomatic posts in Re- her first starring features
Bing Crosby, Robert Tay- publican administrations, later that year. 2X 6
lor, Gary Cooper and Joan including ambassador to Also in 1934, she starred HA--
Crawford. Czechoslovakia during the in "Little Miss Marker," aM LENG H
In 1999, the American historic collapse of com- comedy-drama based on
Film Institute ranking of munism in 1989. a story by Damon Run-
the top 50 screen legends "I have one piece of gd- yon that showcased her B e l
ranked Temple at No. 18 vice for those of you who acting talent, In "Bright
among the 25 actresses. want to receive the lifetime Eyes," Temple introduced
She appeared in scores of achievement award. Start "On the Good Ship Lol-
movies and kept children early," she quipped in 2006 lipop" and did battle with
singing "On the Good Ship as she was honored by the a charmingly bratty Jane
Lollipop" for generations. Screen Actors Guild. Withers, launching With-
Temple was credited But she also said that ers as a major child star,
with helping save 20th evening that her greatest too.
Century Fox from bank- roles were as wife, mother She was "just absolutely
ruptcy with films such as and grandmother. "There's marvelous, greatest in
"Curly Top" and "The Lit- nothing like real love. the world," director Allan
tlest Rebel." She even had Nothing." Her husband Dwan told filmmaker-au-
a drink named after her, an of more than 50 years, thor Peter Bogdanovich in
appropriately sweet and Charles Black, had died his book "Who the Devil
innocent cocktail of ginger just a few months earlier. Made It: Conversations
ale and grenadine, topped Temple's expert singing With. Legendary. Film
with a maraschino cherry: and tap dancing in the Directors."

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Lady Pirates shut out Chipley, 4-0

BY DUSTIN KENT Chipley returned se- coach Kelvin Johnson said one-out walk and pinch- of the infield by Hatcher. the inning. nior pitcher Sarah Gilbert, of Gilbert after the game. runner Brandi Walden That was more than Hatcher and McDaniel
but she was out-dueled "They've eventually scoring off of an enough support for Wil- led the Lady Pirates with
The Sneads Lady Pirates Tuesday by Sneads junior got a nice RBI groundout by Ashley liams, who got out of her two hits each, with six of
moved to 2-0 on the young Brooke Williams, who team. They Davis. only real jam in the top the eight team hits coming
season with another qual- tossed a complete game don't throw Mikayla Hatcher singled of the first inning when from the Nos. 6-9 hitters in
ity victory, as they shut out shutout while allowing just it all over and scored on an RBI sin- Madison Kent and Lauren the batting order.
the Chipley Lady Tigers four hits and a walk and the field. If gle by Kristina Greene to Finchled off the gamewith "Our big-time girls didn't
4-0 on Tuesday night in struck out five. you hit it, make it 2-0, with Mallory singles, with Williams then hit as well as they usually
Sneads. Gilbert struck out five as they catch it, and you've McDaniel scoring Greene getting Kacie Crews to do, but the girls at the bot-
Sneads started the year well but walked three and got to work to score your on a single to left for the pop up to the pitcher, get- tom sure did," Johnson
with a 4-2 home win over surrendered eight hits. runs," final run of the inning. ting Mary Rosalyn Taylor said.
4A Godby last week and "She beat us at the end The Lady Pirates were Sneads added another to ground into a fielder's Sneads was scheduled
followed it up by stopping of the season last year held off the scoreboard un- run in the fifth when Alay- choice at third, and then to host Wewahitchka on
a Chipley team that made and took them all the way til the fourth inning when nah Weiss singled and inducing a ground ball Tuesday before returning
it to the state semifinals a to the final four, so she's a they got three runs, with scored on a two-out RBI to shortstop from Gracie to action Feb. 20 by host-
season ago. quality pitcher," Sneads Taylor Hussey drawing a single through the middle Gilbert for the final out of ing Graceville.


Copeland signs B"ullto

state meet
The Marianna Bulldogs wrestling
team will send five different wrestlers
to the state meet Friday and Saturday in
Lakeland thanks to their performance
in last weekend's Region 1-1A meet in
All five qualifiers are seniors, with
Chris Warf (138-pound division)
winning the regional championship.
Devin Combs (152) and Trevon
S"Johnson (170) each took third in the
region, while AJ Ward (120) and
Jameson Maddox (132) both placed
As a team, Marianna placed fourth out
of 32 teams, finishing just a half-point
behind third-place University Christian
and two points behind second-place
The five state qualifiers for Marianna
matched the total for the team from
Bulldogs wrestling coach Ron
Thoreson said he couldn't be happier
PHOTO BY RACHE'GRANBERRY with the performance of his team in
Marianna's Roderick Copeland signs a scholarship offer to play football for Southeastern College during a ceremony Tuesday morning at Jacksonville.
Marianna High School.

Bulldogs' star joins Southeastern obi

BY DUSTIN KENT terception, a sack, and three of people missed on him." Copeland said he enjoyed Lram passes defended. Beach had just one year his time at Marianna, but that L
Bulldogs coach Mark Beach coaching Copeland but said he was very much looking for-
Marianna's Roderick Cope- said that despite Copeland what he learned about him in ward to moving on to s o n
land signed a football scholar- playing just one year of de- that time as a person off the "It feels good to get to enjoy a
ship to play for NAIA South- fense as a varsity player, he field was just as impressive as different kind of life and a dif-
eastern University on Tuesday believes he has a terrific future what he saw from him on it. ferent level of sports and also
morning in a ceremony at on that side of the ball at the "Obviously he's a great kid get an education," he said. "It's
Marianna High School. next level. and his character stands out," great to get to start off with a
The 6-foot-2 senior Cope- "Basically, (Southeastern) he said. "He gave us an atti- new program. I just have to
land will play safety for South- were looking for a safety with tude when we needed it and work hard and keep getting
eastern in the brand-new alot of range andwhen sent it was neat to see him excel better." BY DUSTINKENT
program's inaugural football them film on Roderick they and growwith every game. I'm Southeastern will play its
season in the fall of 2014. loved him," the coach said. excited to see where he can first official football game Sep.
Copeland played on both "He's fast and physical and go withit." 6 in Montgomery, Ala., against The Chipola Lady Indians softball
sides of the ball for Marianna they realized he would be an There's no lid on his poten- Faulkner university. team went 4-0 over the weekend in
last season, but he made his outstanding addition to their tial. I know they're excited TheFirewillmaketheirhome Cartersville, Ga., to
biggest mark as a defensive program. He's a little under the about what he'll do for them debut Sept. 13 in Lakeland makeitfive straight
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Indians go unbeaten on Alumni Weekeodist and came away with a 4-1 victory,
with Jessica Elliott going the distance
in the circle and earning the decision,
giving up no earned runs on four hits
BY DUSTIN KENT Danny Mars went 1-for-3 and four walks. with a double, two RBI, and a After getting a run in the second in-
run. ning on an RBI single by LindsayWurm,
The Chipola Indians held Kevin Santa had a hit and the Lady Indians tacked on three more
their annual Alumni Weekend two runs, and had a hit and in the third, with the first coming via er-
celebration over the weekend scored a run. ror and the last two on a two-RBI single
and finished it in style going Tucker Simpson started by Jennifer Cottle to make it 4-0.
4-0 with a pair of wins each and took the victory for three It was one of just four hits allowed by
over Shelton State andWalters scoreless innings in which he Spartanburg's Shannon Mas, who took
State. allowed two hits and a walk the loss for giving up three earned runs
Also included in the festivi- with six strikeouts. on seven walks in six innings.
ties was a home run derby that The Indians came backwith The Lady Indians dominated their
was won by Atlanta Braves a 7-3 win over Walters State second game of the day 10-1 over
infielder Mat Gamel and ajer- on Friday, using a five-run Georgia Highlands, scoring three runs
sey retirement for Pittsburgh bottom of the fifth inning to in the first, another in the fourth, and
Pirates catcher and three-time break up a 2-2 tie. six more in the sixth.
MLB All Star Russell Martin. Chase Scott led the Indians Katie Harrison had a big day for
There was also plenty of offensively by going 2-for-3 Chipola at the plate, going 1-for-1 with
action for the current Chipo- with two doubles and three a two-run home run in the first inning,
la baseball players, who RBI, with Rice going 2-for-3 two walks, three RBI, and two runs
continued their hot start with a double and two runs, scored.
to the season to improve to and Santa adding two hits and Dayane Armenta led the team with
7-1. a run. three hits and scored twice, while Jenna
An 8-2 win over Shelton Mars was 1-for-3 with an Chipola College retired the jersey over former Indians baseball star and Reeves was 2-for-4 wit a oe an
State got it started Friday, RBI and two runs. three-time MLB All Star Russell Martin during last weekend's annual three RBI, and Shebi Clark was 2-for-3
with sophomore lan Rice pac- Alumni Weekend. Pictured far left in Chipola President Dr. Gene Prough, with a double, a run, and two RBI.
ing the Indians offensively by followed by Martin, Chipola coach Jeff Johnson, Chipola Executive Vice
going 2-for-4 with a home run President Jason Hurst, and Chipola Athletic Director Steve Givens.
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White falls to the I-Pod in Olympic stunner

The Associated Press the "Yolo," the trick that were set. heels flips and two 360-de-
White could not master. It unraveled early. gree turns. Four years ago,
KRASNAYA POLYANA, "I'm disappointed," On White's first of two it was unthinkable, but not
Russia Shaun White White said. "I hate the fact runs in the final, his at- anymore.
lost to a kid they call the I nailed it in practice, but 4 tempt at the Yolo ended He landed it and even
"I-Pod," and now, he may it happens. It's hard to be with a fall that left him though he only threw five
never hear the end of it. consistent." sliding down the halfpipe tricks, when most riders
How big of an Olympic The Japanese pair of on his backside. were trying six in a super-
shocker was this? 15-year-old Ayumu Hi- Eventhough his chance sized, super-slushy half-
White, the best snow- rano and 18-year-oldTaku at putting up a winning pipe, the judges liked what
boarder of his era and one Hiraoka won silver and score was over, he tried to they saw
of the best-known and bronze, and the Ameri- finish the run with another As did I-Pod, who spiked
best-marketed athletes at cans were shut out on the -aw so of his double-cork tricks, his snowboard into the
the Sochi Games, didn't halfpipe for the first time White wasn't close his ground like a football.
even win a medal. He fin- since the sport was intro- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS board slammed on the lip "He's incredible," Ameri-
ished fourth. duced to the Olympics in Shaun White (right) congratulates louri Podladtchikov aka "- of the pipe, followed by an can Danny Davis, the
The 27-year-old Ameri- 1998. pod" after he won the gold medal in the halfpipe event, awkward and painful fall 10th-place finisher, said of
can, who opted out of the Podladtchikov, who now onto his rear. Podladtchikov. "That run
Olympic slopestyle debut lives in and competes for He landed it twice in Winter Games. I-Pod had scored an 86.5 on that halfpipe. Wow."
and put all his chips in the Switzerland, landed the qualifying events and was When White pulled out in his first run clearly in It put huge pressure on
halfpipe, where he hoped trick successfully at an listed as the heavy favor- of the Olympics' inaugural medal contention and White, whose final runs
to win a third straight gold event in Europe last sea- ite to become the sev- slopestyle contest, saying then won it on his second at the last two Olympics
medal, got knocked off by son, White watched on his enth person to win three he didn't want to risk in- attempt. The Yolo includes have been nothing more
Iouri Podladtchikov, the computer and knew what straight gold medals in jury for his historic quest a total of 1440 degrees of than pressure-free victory
Russian-born inventor of he had to do next. an individual event at the on the halfpipe, the stakes spin two head-over- rides.

Canada's Howell rules women's slopestyle skiing

The Associated Press a sometimes inauspicious podium on Tuesday. in which they took two
Olympic debut. "She always wanted to of the three spots on the
KRASNAYA POLYANA, "I said the other day that see the progression," How- podium.
Russia-Thelastingimage I really hope a Canadian ell said. "To see the girls "We're over the moon
of freestyle skiing pioneer brings home a gold medal throwing what the guys right now," said Peter
Sarah Burke is her ever- and it will be for Sarah," were throwing ... today I Judge, CEO of the Cana-
present smile, the one that Howell said. "This medal feel like that's what I did." dian Freestyle Skiing Asso-
helped inspire kids across is definitely for Sarah. She Howell unleashed a ciation. "Our target was to
Canada to slap on their pushed the sport." switch-900 an off-axis get six total and we still
skis and open their minds. Burke died in 2012 at spin that includes 2 V ro- have a few events left."
In an event that Burke's age 29 following an acci- tations during a run Howell's triumph was
extraordinary vision dent while training on the that finished with a score tempered by a series of
helped bring to the Olym- halfpipe. of 94.20, trouncing the rest frightening crashes, in-
pics, Dara Howell chan- A charismatic and ac- of the field on a warm and cluding one by teammate
neled her idol's style. complished performer sometimes frightening Yuki Tsubota. That ended
Mouth agape after a and one of the key players day. with Tsubota being car- -
spectacular run on slush in expanding freestyle ski- Devin Logan of the Unit- ried off the mountain on
more suited for a snow- ing's role in the Olympics, ed States took silver. Kim a stretcher with a possible '-
cone, Howell continued she served as a role model Lamarre earned bronze to fractured jaw. Russian
Canada's dominance at to a large swath of the give Canada seven medals Anna Mirtova wiped out :C i i,
Rosa Khutor Extreme Park Canadian freestyle team, in fourdays ofsnowboard- during both of her final THEASSO0IATPRESS
by soaring to gold as wom- including the 19-year-old ing and freestyle skiing, runs and said she's head- Dara Howell of Canada celebrates with the Canadian flag after
en's slopestyle skiing made who found herself atop a including three events ing for knee surgery. winning the gold.

Geisenberger wins luge
The Associated Press Her final time was 3 50 years after luge first ap-
minutes, 19.768 seconds, peared at the games. So in
KRASNAYA POLYANA, or 1.139 seconds better the sport's golden anniver-
Russia Finally, Olympic than silver medalist Ger- sary as part of the Olym-
gold for Germany's Natalie man teammate Tatjana pics, Hamlin came up with
SGeisenberger. Huefner, the 2010 bronze, a feat sure to go
Finally, Olympic any- champion. down as one of the great
'is thing for Erin Hamlin and "Runs one, two and moments in USA Luge
the United States. three were nearly perfect," history.
:,, Leaving no doubt she Geisenberger said. "The U.S. individual sliders
S absolutely rules her sport, last one was a little bit ... had been fourth on three
ID Is I Geisenberger won the wasn't perfect, but it was occasions at the Olym-
women's luge gold med- good enough." pics, but never any better.
al Tuesday at the Sochi Hamlin finished third, So every four years, the
THE ASSOCIATEDPRESS Games posting the sec- grabbing the first medal for same question gets asked
Germany's Natalie Geisenberger speeds down the track on her way to a gold medal in luge. ond-largest victory margin any American singles luge when will an American
in Olympic history. athlete at the Olympics, breakthrough?

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_. Domracheva wins Olympic gold

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Russia Darya Dom-
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The biathlete was asked
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during the first celebratory
Snight Friday. She was hon-
ored and said she would
have loved to have done
it, but coaches advised her
not to.
Rsia aBut Dornracheva Belarus' Darya Domracheva rejoices after winning the gold medal in the10k biathlon pursuit.
s egrabbed the next chance
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS to wave her country's col- in the pursuit, taking the rin trailed Domracheva by first gold. She won bronze
Bode Miller of the US participates in the Men's super ors with both hands as she lead after three kilometers 42.0 to claim bronze,. Slo- in the 15K individual race
combined downhill training. skied the final meters in and never looking back. venia's first ever biathlon in Vancouver four years
celebration on her way to She started 32 seconds medal at the Olympics. ago.
Blvictory at the women's 10- behind sprint champion "I was really calm and Shooting conditions at
kilometer biathlon pursuit Anastasiya Kuzmina, but confident before the race," the Laura biathlon cen-
B o d e I ille r on Tuesday. overtook her Slovakian ri- Domracheva said. "I was ter were perfect, with no
"You can easily get sick val after the first shooting the hope of my country. I wind, but the track caused
sat 0 when you're standing so and raced ahead. didn't read thepapers but many athletes problems
long in the cold," Dom- Even though she missed I felt that everyone had because days of mild tem-
racheva said about the the 20th and final target, hopes on me." peratures had softened
opening ceremohy. "I am she still easily won the I felt their nerves. But I the snow.
so happy that I got the gold medal with a time of just tried to be myself and Domracheva finished
The Associated Press 0.66 seconds behind, and chance to .carry our flag 29 minutes, 30.7 seconds. rely on myself as I have a ninth in Sunday's sprint,
Paul De La Cuesta of Spain today." Tora Berger of Norway lot of experience." which determined the
KRASNAYA POLYANA, was third, 0.82 behind. Domracheva put in a was 37.6 seconds behind It was Domracheva's sec- start otder and interval for
Russia Bode Miller Contenders Alexis Pin- dominating performance to take silver. Teja Grego- ond Olympic medal but the pursuit.
showed signs of bouncing turault. and Ted Ligety
back from his disappoint- were fifth and 15th,
ing downhill result by respectively. At
leading the opening train- With two more training
ing session Tuesday for the sessions before Friday's
super-combined.. race, only 28 racers in
While many contenders the 56-man field started.
sat out, Miller who fin- Among those who didn't The Associated Press Lalit Bhanot as secretary-
ished eighth in Monday's start were downhill win- general. Bhanot spent 10
downhill sped down the ner Matthias Mayer, Aksel SOCHI, Russia Shiva months in jail on corrup-
shortened Rosa Khutor Lund Svindal and Ivica Keshavan and two other tion charges stemming
downhill course in 1 min- Kostelic. athletes are going from from the. organization of
ute, 56.42 seconds. Joachim Puchner of Aus- indy to India at the Sochi the 2010 Commonwealth
AleksanderAamodtKilde tria crashed but came away Games. Games in New Delhi,
ofNorwayfinished second, with only a few bruises. They entered the Win- while Chautala is charged
ter Olympics without ac- iri a recruitment scam not
knowledgement of their related to sport. Both men
home nation, but will deny any wrongdoing.
leave with its flag flying Keshavan, who pledged
in the athletes' village and to return to the luge track
hopes for better sports at the next Winter Olym-
governance at home. pics, said he thinks his fel-
"You have a lot more low athletes will be happy,
behind you when you go though it's ip to them to THEASSO IATEDPRESS
with your country's flag," help make sure the chang- India's Shiva Keshavan speaks at a lucheon Tuesday in Sochi.
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Lee Sang-hwa of South Korea skates around the track with the tion-tainted officials from The lifting of the sus-
flag of her nation in celebration of winning the gold. running for election. That pension takes immediate
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Michael Sam will face a While several teams and not really OK with having Michael has done just that
daunting set of challenges coaches said Monday that a gay player on our team, throughout his football
that most rookies don't Sam's sexual orientation we can't come out and career."
have to deal with when wouldn't affect his draft say that, so we're going to Several coaches said if a
making the already formi- status, former NFL punter use the word distraction,"' player is accountable and
dable jump from college to Chris Kluwe, who con- Kluwe added. "And un- a winner, being gay is a
the NFL. tends his championing fortunately, those are the non-issue.
The SEC's co-defensive of gay rights led to his re- people who determine if "If anybody can come
player of the year is about lease from the Minnesota you're employed or not." in and help us win games
to find out if America's Vikings last year, wasn't so John Elway has a unique and be successful- black,
most popular sport, root- sure. perspective running the white, yellow, straight, gay
ed in machismo and en- "The majority of play- Broncos' front office now I don't think it matters,"
trenched in locker room ers will be supportive of after a HallofFameplaying said new Green Bay quar- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
hijinks, is ready for its first Michael Sam or just won't career, and he said Mon- terbacks coach Alex Van Michael Sam greets Oklahoms State quarterback Clint Chelf after
openly gay player. care," Kluwe said. "You'll day he'd have no problem Pelt. the Cotton Bowl on Jan. 3,2014.
First, he'll have to find a have isolated guys here drafting Sam. Before Sam revealed his
team willing to put up with and there who might try to "We will evaluate Mi- sexual orientation, the we've been here before, strong veteran leadership,
the media circus that will make a fuss about it, but chael just like any other pass-rusher was projected Why do we have to keep something that was lack-
surround him. Then, he'll players by and large are draft prospect: on the ba- as a mid-round draft pick. doing the same thing?" ing in Miami, where tackle
have to find acceptance very much, 'Hey, we're here sis of his ability, character Kluwe said reports that Sam will likely face even Jonathan Martin walked
like he did at Missouri, to do a job, we're here to go and NFL potential. His Sam's draft stock,could more scrutiny from op- away at midseason, alleg-
where his sexuality was out and play football.' announcement will have drop because he revealed ponents' fans than Char- ing guard Richie Incognito
a non-issue during a 12- "In terms of the coach- no effect on how we see his sexual orientation "ba- gers linebacker Manti Te'o led daily harassment with
2 season. Only now, he'll ing/front office side, I him as a football player," sically could have been did after getting fooled racial, aggressive and sex-
face opponents and their think there's where issues Elway said. "Having spent lifted from any American by a hoax involving a fake ually charged comments.
fans who know he's gay. are going to arise because 16 years in an NFL locker sporting paper in the 1940s girlfriend while at Notre Incognito was suspended
He might even face cheap they are going to look at room, the bottom line when Jackie Robinson Dame. for the final eight games
shots and teammates this like, 'Hey, is this go- is that it's about treating was about to enter Major What will help Sam is and Martin's career was
hesitant to shower along- ing to cause a distraction others with respect and League Baseball. It's like landing on a team with thrown in limbo.

Browns CEO, GM leaving team in stunning shakeup
The Associated Press nallyhired coach Mike Pet- Banner said. "I have thor- in to help lead this team
tine after a 25-day search. oughly enjoyed working and feel that the Cleveland
The Browns fired their Banner and Haslam had with Jimmy Haslam and Browns are in good hands
coach after one season. fired coach Rob Chudzin- helping him set the infra- moving forward."
Now they're sweeping out ski after a 4-12 season, the structure for this franchise. Lombardi's departure
their front office. team's sixth straight with at I am proud of the talented ends a curious second stint
Owner Jimmy Haslam least 11 losses. individuals we brought with the team.
announced Tuesday that Banner, who previously
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Tanaka introduced by Yanks

The Associated Press regular press conference I
room adjacent to the club-
NEW YORK Masahiro house. Yankees spokes-
Tanaka was introduced by man Jason Zillo said it was
Sathe Yankees on Tuesday the team's most-attended
after chartering a Boeing news conference since
787 Dreamliner for his trip Hideki Matsui was intro-
from Tokyo to New York. duced before the 2003
The 25-year-old right- season.
hander agreed Jan. 22 to "This is Yankee big. This
Aa $155 million, seven-year is Steinbrenner big," gen-
contract and stopped in eral manager Brian Cash-
New York for a news con- man said.
THEASSOCTEDPRESS ference atYankee Stadium Tanaka was 24-0 with a
Baseball legend Hank Aaron spoke at a recent reception held en route to the team's 1.27 ERA last year, lead-
in his honor. Aaron.turned 80 years old last week. spring training complex in ing the Rakuten Golden
ono e r i 7 Tampa, Fla., where work- Eagles to the Japan Series
i outs start this weekend. title.
Tanaka put on his No. He said his first meal ind i
19 jersey and, speaking New York was sushi from a
e in English, said "I'm very grocery store.
happy to be a Yankee." Tanaka spoke with
a e O Tanaka charted the Ja- Matsui and understands
pan Airlines plane, which the Yankees' win-or-else
seats about 200, at what mentality.
was reported to be a cost "I've heard that this
Aaron's record iof about $200,000 for a place can be very harsh
flight said to include five to you at times," he said
passengers and his poodle through a translator. "I
The Associated Press number 715, Aaron's auto- Haru. just wanted to put myself THEASSOCIATED PRESS
graph and a "40th Anniver- New York held the news in this environment and Masahiro Tanaka flew from Tokyo to New York Tuesday to be
ATLANTA The Atlanta sary" banner. conference in its Legends see where I could get to introduced as the newest member of the Yankees.
Braves are planning to Aaron broke Babe Ruth's Suite Club rather than its with my ability."
honor the 40th anniver- home run record on April
sary of Hank Aaron's re- 8, 1974, at old Atlanta-Ful-
cord 715th home run in a ton County Stadium. He
pregame ceremony before finished his careerwith755
their home opener against homers, a record passed by
the Mets on April-8. Barry Bonds, who finished
The team also an- with 762. The Associated Press
nounced Tuesday that the Braves president John
Braves will wear a com- Schuerholz said the an- Right-hander Roy Os-
memorative patch on the niversary "deserves a sea- walt retired from base-
right sleeve during the son-long celebration." ball on Tuesday after 13
season. The patch, shaped Aaron celebrated his 80th major league seasons
like home plate, carries the birthday on Feb. 5. that had him criss-cross-
ing the country with time T
in the American and Na-
tional Leagues.
Oswalt's agent, Bob
Garber, confirmed
Oswalt's retirement and
said the pitcher would
come to work for his
Oswalt, 36, had a 163-
102 career record with a
3.36 ERA. His best season
came with Houston in Roy Oswalt's agent confirmed Tuesday that Oswalt has retired after 13 season. He finished his
2004, when he went 20- career with a 163-102 record.
10 with a 3.49 ERA.
The durable start-
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Rockies in May 2013 ERA in 23 starts for the
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THEASSOCIATED PRESS strained left hamstring. 139 innings pitched were
Jack Clark said Albert Pujols was a "juicer" last October. He Texas Rangers manag- his fewest since 2003. Hand Picked Quality
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for the Cardinals from just planned to trade (2010-11), Texas (2012)
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JEEP, 2006 Rubicon, 44,000 miles, loaded with COMMENCE AT AN EXISTING IRON ROD MARK-
AA MNI ltlllJIl [I FIU.R'TH CONDS1 & W I extras, excellent condition, FSBO 205-902-4212 ING THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE NORTH-
11 Free water, sewer, garbage, laundr 2BR, 2.5BA Townhouse for sale in walking dis- OF SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 6 NORTH, RANGE 12
1/1 Free ater, ewer, garage, launry ance of downtown Eufaula. Quiet and quaint. WEST, JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDA; THENCE
& basic cable. $500. mo 850-592-4793 Deck with large backyard. W/D hookup and Chevy 2010 Silverado 4 door, 54K miles, S00020'00"W A DISTANCE OF 1364.08 FEET;
Sii utils ic, clean $395 large pantry. Spacious rooms. Not for rent. On-star, Bluetooth, Weathertech mats. THENCE N8940'00W, 57.42 FEET TO A SET IRON
Clinton St erfficncy, mall u 5 233 NT $92,000. Call 256-437-3768 Retiring and must sell. $24,500. 334-585-5288 ROD PSM NO. 6111 MARKING A POINT ON THE
I FF] : LN TI. MB GMC 1998 Sierra 1500 state owned and SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF STATE
maintained runs & rides great! $3495. OBO ROAD NO. ; THENCE ALONG SAID ROAD RIGHT
I for Renti Gree Od 373 acres Santa Rosa County, FL $2,200/acre 850-526-2963 or 850-557-2523. SOUTH AND HAVING A DELTA ANGLE OF
Apaltnents for Rent in Greenwood Larson & McGowin Properties Broker, 334-734- SOUTH AND HAVING A DELTA ANGLE OF
2 BR 1BR 40 1382.Larson & McGowin Properties Broker, 334-734- Toyota 2010 Tacoma SR5 348'05", A RADIUS DISTANCE OF 3769.83 FEET,
2 BR $450 BR $400 1382. www.arsonmgowinproperties.comhite, 2 wheel drive, 4 door AND AN ARC LENGTH OF 250.12 FEET TO A SET
Call 850-326-4289 HH V6, tow package, new tires, IRON ROD/CAP PSM NO. 6111 AND CALL THIS
CaOlUSE_. S_ -3_8__ _ __ UNUNSiHEDl^ i, =,.- Excellent condition. 46,000 THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE DEPARTING
r0 -'l" I Beautiful Graceville FL home and farm miles. $23,300. 334-693-4987 or 796-5919 SAID SOUTH LINE ON A BEARING OF
1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna 4BR, 3 1z BA, custom built home on 239 acres. $11050'43"W, 150.80 FEET TO A SET IRON
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own Can divide. 175 acres tillable for corn, soy- WATD AU S ROD/CAP1.99 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD/CAP PSM NO.
Lot rent included. For details beans, cotton. Large free standing building. 6111 N THE EASTERLY INE OF A 20 FOOT
S850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4- 3 wells. Joe Farris, Land and Stand Properties. r CALL FOR TOP PRICE DRAINAGE EASEMENT; THENCE ALONG SAID
S2/1 fenced chain link fence bk yd. Safe 850-387-5517 EASEMENT ON A BEARING OF N32005'01"W,
neighborhood, $520/mo + dep. HE O FOR JUNK VEHICLES 81.24 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD/CAP PSM NO.
850-573-8180 Ask for Dave 6111; THENCE N3605'10"W ALONG SAID EASE-
3br/ 40 ft om fenedback yard, Malone 3/3 2231sf. brick home CH/A florida rm. I ALSO SELL USED PARTS MENT A DISTANCE OF 141.38 FEET TO A SET
3br/25ba 2400 sq. ft. home, fenced back yard, Mlne 3/3 2 sf ome /AiimIP
detached garage w/ office, in-ground pool, fenced bk yd.2 storage building, 24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664 N0251'56"W ALONG SAID EASEMENT A DIS-
pets w/approval in Indian Springs $1400. mo + 1 block from sc8ool, $160,000. ....50-591 TANCE OF 98.19 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD/CAP
dep. Call 850-526-8426 Serious Inquiries only. 334-300-7170 OR 850-591-4729 Got a Clunker PSM NO. 6111 ON THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF
ualityHomes& Apartments RECREATION We'll be your Junker! THENCE ALONG SAID ROAD ON A BEARING OF
S850 526-3355 or We buy wrecked cars : S8001'32"E, 161.21 FEET TO A 4 X 4 FDOT CON-
Proert anagement Is Our ONLY Business and Farm Equip. at a CRETE MONUMENT MARKING THE P.C. OF A
...... ..... B 9P TA ANGLE OF 2-55'35", A RADIUS DISTANCE OF
....................This cute little building Boatrd ModeHP Evinrude utL CEM, CALL 334-714-6285 3769.83 FEET, AND AN ARC LENGTH OF 192.55
Scute tte building board Mode E 90 TL CEM, L FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
*:j: ,^ just south of US 90 : deck table, fold-up ladder, .. .. ----- ...--..- .. --- .--.
between Caledonia and new battery. Trailer not included. Older model DATED: J y
McPherson Sts for sale but it looks good and runs great. $4,500. Lake We y WreckedVe DATED: January 30, 2014
or lease once again! Seminole south of Donalsonville, GA on Rt. 374. Rlnning Of not DALE RABON GUTHRIE
New CH&A system to help keep your energy Contact Dee at or call 33479496 344 Clerk of the Court
costs down. No need to be stuck in a strip 229-515-7600. O3-- r
mall. Have your own office/business build- .. By: Tammy Bailey
ing. Surprising low low market rates. $69,900 TRANSPORTAT ON Deputy Clerk
James M. (Robby) Roberts Jr., Broker : LF138 NOTC O-- LEGALS
S Prudential Jim Roberts Realty LF160380 NOTICE OF ACTION
S 850-482-4635 .27 j Chevrolet2004Trailblazer 05 BEFORE THE BOARD OF Nursing
......................... .. Chevrolet 2004 Trailblazer LF160375
SLT. Red, 4WD, PS, PW, PDL IN RE: The license to Nursing of
* 2/1 elec. heat & air in Alford $380. mo + dep. engine. Good MPG, cold JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JACKSON Teri Buntin Johnson,
850-579-8882/850209-1664 AC. Looks, runs and drives COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA 4077 St Mary Road
S2/1 14 ft. elec, heat & air. great. $6,995. Call owner 334-671-3059. CASE 1JO.: 13-535-CA Cottonwood, Alabama 36320
Alford on Mill Rd. $500. mo.& dep. ATi O. .l CENTENNIAL BANK, as successor in interest CASE NO.: 2013-02950
850-573-1851 Ito COASTAL COMMUNITY BANK, LICENSE NO.: 9308246
* 2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. 1993 50. Convertible Plaintiff,
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. Triple Black, 5sp. AC, PL, The Department of Health has filed an Adminis-
http:// PW, PS, CC 94,020 mi. vs trative Complaint against you, a copy of which
Only $57. to turn on power # 850-209-8847 4. $4900. OBO 334-397-4881 may be obtained by contacting, Mary Miller,
SCADILLAC 1991 Brougham, under 15 thousand WESLEY C. MILES, a/k/a WESLEY C. Assistant General Counsel, Prosecution Serv-
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes miles, garage kept $5,500 OBO 334-687-9161 MILES, JR.; UNKNOWN TENANT #1 ices Unit, 4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin #C65,
in Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 Band UNKNOWN TENANT #2, the names Tallahassee Florida 32399-3265, (850) 245-4444.
in Ma9anna & Sneads GOT BAD CREDIT? being fictitious to account for parties who
S. $99. RIDE TODAY may be in possession, If no contact has been made by you concerning
2BR/ 1.5BA at Millpond $495 rent + deposit. Already filed Taxes Defendants. the above by March 29, 2014, the matter of the
Has utility shed, screened in front porch Call Steve Pope;Today Administrative Complaint will be presented at
4 850-209-3970 NO PETS 334-803-9550 CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE an ensuing meeting of the Board of Massage
2BR/2BA Mobile Home $475+ deposi, Repo pass bankruptcy PURSUANT TO F.S. CHAPTER 45 Therapy in an informal proceeding.
applianceswasher& dryer, water/garbae SLOW CREDIT OK SSI & VA OK NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance with the
& sewe iue d &W-8Partial Summary Judgment of Foreclosure dat- In accordance with the Americans with Disabil-
ed January 30, 2014, in Case No.: 13-535-CA of ities Act, persons needing a special accommo-
3/2 Mobile Home on Ham Pond Rd in Sneads Grand Marque 2008 leather seat, 1-owner the Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial Cir- dation to participate in this proceeding should
CH/A lawn care inc. $550+dep. 850-592-4625 low mileage, black w/ gray int. new tires, cuit in and for Jackson County, Florida, in the contact the individual or agency sending this
garage kept, looks like new, Real Clean!! above-styled cause, I will sell to the highest notice not later than seven days prior to the
3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. 334-797-5151 and best bidder for cash at public sale on the proceeding at the address given on the notice.
NO PETS. CH&A. Lexus 2007 RX350 Silver in color, new tires, sun front steps of the Court House at 11:00 a.m. Telephone: (850) 245-4444,1-800-955-8771
Starting at $500 per month roof, leather-int. very clean, this is a very sharp CST on March 17 2014 the following described (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (V), via Florida Relay
Call 850-258-1594 carl04K miles, exc. cond. $14,000. 334-791-9407 property: Service.
If no answer please leave message. THE LAND REFERRED TO HEREIN BELOW IS SIT-
Lincoln/Mercury Tracer 1991 with 44K miles UATED IN THE COUNTY OF JACKSON, STATE OF TIA T' Cl ssifiEd
Marianna area 22 Mb park CH&A original miles, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue FL, AND IS DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
water, sewage No Pets or Smoking Ref. Re. matalic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-701-0010.

Small 2 bedroom /I bath $325. mo. Sneads ex. cond. 154K miles, 3995.
334-792-8018 OR 334-792-8827
J 850-573-0308
SNEADS area N. of 90 3/2 remodeled Inside on
i acre $500. mo. 1t-last sec. No PETS Ford 1987 Bronco 4x4
S 850-272-1351 or 850-482-2272 RUNS GREAT!! Good tires.
New Sears battery, rear
.i C ERC IAL window motor, fuel gauge.
REAL ESTATE FO ENT Brakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k
S miles on major tune-up (including distributor,
S* I plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as
my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking
freezer Cooler Warehouse Combination 1600 $3,400. 334-750-5000
sq.ft. Termapherm Freezer, 900sq ftlcooler, Ford 2005 Explorer: Green. Extra clean, loaded
3000 sq. ft. Warehouse, Semi-loading dock with all power. Low miles. New tires. Garage
total 5500 sq. ft. $3950. mo. 850-718-6541. kept. Excellent condition. $9,250 or best offer.
,, Located in Marianna, F. 4 Call 334-347-6375

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In Print and Online 2- Venetian white blinds all hardware, 2", Treadmill $50. Ab-circle $25. Stepper $25.
JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN fits 72x70 opening $75. 850-482-4917 850-693-3907.
Birdcage never used, med. sizd, white w/ blue VCR Toshiba $60. Thermostat C/H/A $30.
CLASSIFIEDS base, 17V" x 13 x 22 $25. 850-482-4917 Rug hand made wool 7x12 $100. Fireplace used
850-526-3614 or 1-800-779-2557 Clothing, boy & girl toddler $25 a box. Wedding can heat $300. Stained glass fireplace screen gown, strapless, sz 16 $475. 850-693-3260 $130. 850-526-4264.


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Sports Briefs Lady Indians finished 3-for-3 with six
Hih Sc ol Bos RBI and three runs, while
Cottle was 1-for-3 with
Basketball a double and three RBI,
The Marianna Bull- From Page lB and Ciara Jones was 3-
dogs will travel to Tal- for-4 with three runs.
lahassee on Thursday to Rosanne de Vries start- Brashante Dareus was
take on Godby in the 4A ed in the circle and got 3-for-5 with a' double
Regional Quarterfinals. the win, going all six and two runs, and Nalleli
In 1A, Regional Semifi- innings and allowing Lopez went 2-for-3
nals will be Feb. 18, with one earned run on five with two doubles and
Malone hosting Cotton- hits, a walk, and 10 two runs.
dale and Sneads hosting strikeouts. There were no early
Paxton. Chipola tacked on two struggles for the Lady
more wins Saturday by Indians against Gadsden
PHOTOBYBRYANCRAVEN High School knocking off West Geor- State, as they rolled up
All of the attendees of the annual Chipola Alumni Weekend take a group picture over the weekend gia Tech 14-8 and Gads- three runs' in the third
at Chipola Field. Baseball den State 8-0. inning, three more in
Thursday- Liberty Against West Georgia the fourth, and two in
Indi ns out in the top of the sev- ing two hits and an RBI, County at Sneads, 4 p.m. Tech, the Lady Indians the sixth while Elliott
urlkan S enth for Chipola, giving and Josh Merrigan a hit and 6:30 p.m.; Altha at fell behind 4-0 after one tossed a one-hit, six-
up just one hit. and an RBI. Malone, 6 p.m. inning, with Sydney inning shutout in the
From Page lB Durden also pitched A 6-3 win over Friday- Altha at Grace- Story delivering a bases- circle.
two scoreless innings Shelton State closed it out vile, 6:30 p.m.; Mosley loaded triple off of de Elliott walked three and
Michael Mader started to close out the Indians' for Chipola on Sunday, at Marianna, 4 p.m. Vries. struck out six to get the
on the mound andpitched 8-7 Saturday win over with Tom Watson start- and 6:30 p.m.; Godby at But Chipola answered win, while Harrison add-
four scoreless innings, Walters State, as Chipola ing and earning the win Sneads, 5 p.m.; Holmes by exploding for 14 runs ed another big day of-
allowing just a hit and rallied from 7-4 down by thankstofive solidinnings, County at Cottondale, on 17 hits, including fensively by going-for-4
two walks while striking scoring three runs in the allowing two earned runs 6 p.m. another home run by with two doubles and five
out six, but it was Palmer bottom of the seventh in- on four hits, three walks, High School Softball Harrison, who this time RBI.
Betts who got the decision ning and another in the and four strikeouts. delivered a three-run Armenta added three
for giving up three runs eighth on a walk-off home Santa and Merrigan had Thursday- Graceville at shot in the top of the fifth hits and Dareus hit a two-
two earned on a hit, run by Rice to win it. two hits and two runs Wewahitchka, 6 p.m. inning to make it 12-5. run home run in the third
four walks, and two strike- Rice and Santa both each for the Indians, with Friday- West Florida at For the game, Harrison inning.
outs in two innings of homered and drove in Mars going 1-for-2 with a Marianna, 6 p.m.
relief, two for the Indians in the run and two RBI, and Rice
Jo Jo Durden closed it victory, with Givens add- 1-for-1 with an RBI. Chipola Softball
The Lady Indians '
return home this week-
l perform this weekend and ing volunteer coaches end with games against
)o oUI'm expecting some strong Shannon Mad- Georgia Perimeter and
wrestling. dox and Bobby Georgia Military College i
From PageB "The performance of Stewart, volunteer on Friday at 2 p.m. and { I
Marianna wrestling this strength and conditioning 4 p.m.
"I am extremely proud of year has been a com- coach Larry Long, and the
how the boys have wres- bined effort from many support of the Marianna Sports Items
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