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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
30.776389 x -85.238056

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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Copyright Jackson County Floridan. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Marianna Floridan

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Vol.91 No.42


Local jail to house female Candy bar


inmates from Calhoun caper leads
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER ceive $39 a day for each of the inmates medical care which is not given at the to m o re
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com it takes in, and will house no more than jail as a matter of course by on-staff
10 of those outsiders at the same time. providers, and a security officer would tro u
The Jackson County jail will soon be The new arrangement should cor- accompany any inmates who had to
housing female inmates for neighbor- mence in the next few days. be taken to a hospital. Jackson County tu l
ing Calhoun County. Under a contract The inmates' home county would reserves the right to refuse any specific
that Jackson County Commissioners continue to bear the expense of their
approved Tuesday, the county Nvill re- inmates' prescription medication, any See JAIL, Page 9A From staff reports
The lure of a candy bar was the undoing of.
a Panama City Beach woman whose alleged
ITl S N BIARDS shoplifting led to the discov-
ery of drug paraphernalia in a
bag she had been carrying, ac-
cording to the complaint filed
against her by the Jackson
rONORING JRYDEN
County Sheriff's Office.
SJamie Lee Thompson, 33, is
charged with retail theft, pos- Thompson
session of drug paraphernalia
and resisting an officer with violence, ac-
cording to the complaint.
Officials say the manager at Love's Travel
Stop in Cottondale had confronted Thomp-
son after he allegedly saw her take a $1.29
candybaroffashelf, pressitagainstherpurse,
enter the restroom of the store, and thenwalk
out without paying for the merchandise.
Thompson left the lot in a gray Nissan, as
See CAPER, Page 9A


Cypress man

brandishes

sword at
SUBMITTEDPHOTO
Mike Swearington (left) and former Jackson County resident Darin Sims have partnered to fom a new business, S&S Rodeo
the mounts trying to unseat cowboys in the rodeo.
From staff report
Memorial rodeo set for April; business owners want ambulance support An altercation at a ackson County repair
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER 3121 Dryden Drive. overtime to full-time employees. shop lands a sword-wielding man behind
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com Sims and Swearington want county Fire Rescue Chief Scott Birge said he bars.
ambulance support at the event, a would do all in his power to avoid According to the court complaint filed by
A man who spent his forma- request Jackson County Commis- overtime in this case, as well, but the Jackson County Sheriff's
tive years in Jackson County sioners receive from time to time. To the subject brought more general Office, just before 5 p.m. on
s launching a new business get a dedicated crew assigned to the discussion about the charge ingen- Tuesday, Thomas Randall
back on his home turf this spring,, venue, private businesses must pay eral. In the end, they ordered up an Patrick, 61, of 1953 Church
and naming his first rodeo in the county an hourly rate to bring informal study of the issue. St. in the Cypress community,
memory of his longtime mentor and the extra hands on deck. It has been Commissioners tabled the rodeo's got into a verbal argument
employer in the business. set at $60 an hour for many years. request so that CountyAdministra- with a male victim who saw
S&S Rodeo Company co-owner But this week, after receiving the tor Ted Lakey would have time to Patrick walking in the area of Patrick
Daren Sims and his business partner, rodeo's request, commissioners research whether the $60-per-hour a tire repair shop the victim
Mike Swearington of Bay County, started wondering whether this fee charge should be adjusted going for- owns with his father. In the complaint, Pat-
Will put on the inaugural Matt is adequate to cover the costs. The ward. Lakey is expected to compare rick was described as appearing "extremely
Dryden Sr. Memorial Bulls N Barrels two-man teams are off-duty county the fee to those used by counties of intoxicated."
Rodeo on April 5 at the Dryden fam- personnel, with auxiliary officers
fly's iconic Circle D Ranch, located at used when possible to avoid paying See RODEO, Page 9A See SWORD, Page 9A

....- Man charged

Local NAACP sending bus to rally with child
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER personal snacks for the day There will be a abuser neglect
The Rev. dlbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com stop for supper on the return trip.
Ronald Mizer, The rallywill focus on several issues, includ-
pastor, St. 'The Jackson County NAACP branch is ac- ing the expansion of Medicaid and affordable From staff reports
James A.M.E. quiring a bus :to take locals to the Moral health care, the timely restoration of voting
Church in Monday rally in Tallahassee on March 3. The rights for ex-felons, gun control, jobs, public Authorities in Blountstown have charged a
Marianna. bus will leave at 7 a.m. from the parking lot education, and the voter purge controversy. man with child abuse and neglect related to
of St. James AME Church, located at 2891. Mizer said he hopes many Jackson County an alleged incident of Jan. 18. Devonta Ross,
Orange Street in Marianna. Those who residents will take the opportunity to ride 21, was arrested Wednesday and charged
wish to ride should be at the church by along and add their voices in this "call to ac- with one count of child abuse and two
6:30 a.m. so loading can commence. tion." He said he wants a full busload of 56. counts of child neglect in the case.
The bus will head back to Marianna "It affects all of us," he said. "These are not Authorities say an investigation began af-
at 4 p.m. that day. just big-city issues but ones that affect small- ter a four-month-old boy was treated at the
The local er rural couties like ours as well. We need Calhoun-Liberty Hospital on Jan. 18. The
NAACP Presi- to make it known- we want to be living in a child later determined to be the biological
dent, Rev. Ron world where your vote does count, your voice child of Ross.
Mizer encourag- is heard." Medical providers determined that the
es riders to bring For more information, Mizer can be reached baby had fractures to his right femur, right
Slounge chairs, at 407-385-9235, or call Denise Sorey at
A coolers, and 850-482-2758. See CHARGES, Page 9A
s CLASSIFIEDS.. 7A ENTERTAINMENT...6A ) LOCAL...3A ) OBITUARIES...9A sSTATE...9A sSPORTS...5A s NASCAR...10A

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'St. Anne Thrift Store- 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. Americans. This film is an intimate, and engrossing limited to persons with a desie to stop drinking
SURSCRIIONTAT ES Anne's Catholic ChurchC63009 5thSt., Marianna. biography of a controversial and charismatic Black
or you may drop off your registationt City more infomation, call o2610, ext.2. ok ing up a Kitchen Car Show
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Boys and girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligibl Dayspring Christian Academy, Meadowview Road,



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apcab rannd locax Mwill be accepted. Checks s faneed to be a adert payab Curh o linton t in arianna Sonste Pk volun- Chr urtch, 2901Caledonia St. in Marianna.e
Office Hours: to MERE. No one will be allowed to register after teers Elliott and Lesley Smith as they lead visitors.
subsritions must be aid in advance Mail motivationl areer coach. Visitemployfloridon Marianna le Optimisurelystrollub foartingat the Blue Hole swim- Chipola Theatre Production "TheSound welcome.Call



Weekdays, 8 a.m.to 5 p.m Feb.t. All participants must bring a copy of their eti te a rig itetC7 p.m. Ticketos available at Center of i theing




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pm .o an advertisementa beyond H uednal Buiding ancd teen eetings are welcome, C abits 0 n d City Bo FJuno Ru lace Concil Pee ing Marian
than 6a.m. If it does not arrive, .call Circula- S Jwelcomet Hal c
ti een6a.m.f atd nooe, T)ay tcao $5 Brown Bag or Clothing hlent Show-I pr.m. at Old Gyrat GSrand Ridge Chipola Theatre Production "The Sound of






ytio n between 6 a. and o Tesday to p. at St. Anne Thrift tor, e4 285 2nd Ave., Scho. i Musi" 2 p.m. Tickets available at Center of the
Friday, and7 a.m. to 1 a.m. on Sunday. Thei Marianna. metryArts C r box office and one hour before each show. For






hh epees rtere aN d o mueda eer is twi ng isit ou r s arentsad tothe Chir lde ages 0 and uoder a iited f abepMovies at Yor Pub2ic Library ho2 p.m. atitthe
iso published Tuesday through Frisday a nd Raestaurant, U.S.90 in Marianna. The CCC's focust sees of five popular feature fms, dburing Fruarn n A noholics Anon-ymous Closed ispcssri








nth amountepaidfortheaspae actually shawjclssbo or deoratn contest5 fz wiveiira Th ea ture filmstio n "roe brd u afi Alcoholics Anonymous 3ose Meeth S sionna.
Sunday moings. Periodical postage paid is the cal community, "Comuity, Chi ldren and, celebrsating Black History Month, depicting actual 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist
at Marianna, FL. Characte" Call 526-3142. events, curret and historical, and involving African- Churcth,e2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance
St. AnneThrift Store 9 a.m. to 1p.m. St. Americans. This film is an intimate, and engrossing 'limited to persons with a desiere to stop drinking











n SUBSCRIPON RATES Anne's Catholic Church i 3009 5th St., Mariacna. biography of a controversia : and charismatic Black
Call 482-373 Muslim individual who rose to prominence in thes MONDAY, MARCH 3
Home delvei $1123 per moith $32.83 Employability Workshop 2:30 p.m. Marianna 1950s and '60s. Free. Rated PG13. For more infor- Jakson Ce ltes Guild Meetin










for three mponths; $62e05for six aa nths; i One Stop Casreer Center. "Creating can test and through Wendy Bthe, 0lbrary or call 482-9631 Anne Trift ,Store9 a.to p. St
notd $123.45for oe year. All prices include Resue" is the workshop. It is free and open to the Drug Chess Club- 6-Big River Sports. at First United Methnefodit the Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Maranna.





















an a pm Sawarded to the winners. Cha Fain Memorial Scholarship Ca l t482-3734.
applicable state and Tlocataxes. Mail public. The workshou is facilitated by a certified Church on Clinton St.in Marianna. Sponsored by ings are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail motivationalcareer coach. isit employfloridalcofl Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8- projects,n Lan essons and help. All quilters welcome. Call











heto register for these informative workshops. 18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and 573-544
news of genera i nteions arest: $46.12 for three of charge.pe e l
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Ribbon Cutting for the Infusion Center 5 their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels City of Jacob Regular Couacil Meeting 6











ubmi.at the Hudnallour news or Co unity CalendaCi t Hll. Plic .










events via e-mailfax, maMarianna High School Cheerleader De partment one discharged firearm, one report health care profession the World Chapter 65 monts).
Fees ADVERISING meeting 5:30 p.m. at Marianna High School Clinton St., M arianna. New location. Ample parking. meeting 6:30 p.m. Dellwood Volunter Fire
G ET TING ITIcmedia center. This meeting is for parents and their Dlinto, one Marep New location. Amply parking.










cannhiversarycand C nth ann sSingles age 5a 0 and older are invited for games, Dartment Chili, hot dogs with trimmings and
The advertiser agrees that the publisher children who are planning to try out for JV or assist eondesserts will be served.The chapter will provide











Photogphsmust be of good quality and latest available repo One recess driver, stops, one report of tes-. Road, Calloway retail theft possession of
shall not be liable ordamages arising heerleader. For more information, contact cheer accepted; proceeds fund charitable endeavors of the chili and hot dogs. All members encouraged to
out of errors and advertisements beyond coach Debbione Drydetion at Debbithree verbal dis-ing Place Foundation. Call 526- come, bring a friend along with sides and desserts.






















Ighteo edit all submissions, ttusbances, one breglar alarm, one report ofa adoansml, one rsuicide at- F Santos inoRaml a, o315 Bmpnse
GtE TmNG IT RIt HT shiminal mischief, one animal complaint tempt orthreat, one2noise RoadMarianna, f isorderly into8cation5
he Jacksont County Floridans policy ad t public service calls disturbance, one animal o mplaionte o ne resisting an officer withous Op en M eeting 8-9
isto correct mistakes promptly. To fraud complaint, seven property buil ing Thoma RAndall Patri 61, 1953 Ch urhodist
merits in whichsthe error occurred,whether 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901Cal Arts box office and one hour before each show. Fpr rch, 2901Caledonia St., Marianna.























such erreport an errors duplease the call 526-3614 n t Sheriffs Ond checks, on call to assist a motostpedes- St., Maa a possession of a weapon by718-2420.

*onday-Friday. iiiiiiiii, 11111 vecle onefg reces dver, tsan, suspiciou retain te/hopig c orn-
pubIn the esheees thrwise and limited te p ersonscue reported the following report of hazardous material, one itent to commit a felMARCony.
of two cast members ofThe Sound incidents fo Feb. 25, the latest available public service call and one transport. Deal l o Martin, 21, 3496 Highway 2,and

















information calls, two arrests, one physical the c muntyjail duing the latest reportingd Bows Fun Run Race at Madison Park in Marianna
disturbance, two verbal disturbances, one period: 6 p.m. Child care avaiTo report a crime call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
woodland fire, one drug offense, 19 medi- wriing cones and Roger Petersn,gh, 61 estnutt, local Blountstown law enforcemen t Stagoency. To report a.m. wildlife violation
right to edit all submissions.cal calls, one traffic crash, three burglar Birmingham, A, unlicensed practice of call 1-888-404ence. (3922).
Floridan regrets the error injury one stolen tag, two abandoned '
cale calls, one traffic crash, three burglar Birmingham, AL, unllcensed practice of call l-888-404-FWCC (3922).





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CHIPOLA LITERATURE LANGUAGE CONTEST WINNERS
ome
125 stu-
dents
from 10 area
high schools
recently
competed
in Chipola
College's
24th annual
Throssell
Literature/
Language SUBMIE ED PHOTOS TOP WRITERS Writing award winners are (from left) honorable mentions, David Horton of
Festival. PRESIDENTS READING WINNER Faith Plazarin (left) of Blountstown Graceville High School and Brooke Coleman of Altha Public School; third, Gabrielle Simpson
High School accepts the award from Chipola Senior Vice President Sarah. of Marianna High School; second, Sarah Peterman of Marianna High School; and first, Andrew
M. Clemmons. Goff of Liberty County High School.












BEST SPEAKERS: 'Speech awardwinners are (from left) honorable mentions: Jabe Rosier of INTERPRETATION Oral Interpretation winners are (from left) honorable mentions, Ashlyn
Liberty County High School and Kourtnie Richardson of Cottondale High School; third, Mallory Jeffries of Chipley; -third, Shayli Tharpe of Marianna High School; second, Mark Thrower of
Myhill of Sneads High School; second, Brianna Morris of Graceville High School; and first, Graceville High School; and first, Elyn Sapp of Marianna High School (not pictured, honorable
Maddie Craven of Marianna High School. mention winner, Haley Hales of Bethlehem High School).












LITERATURE -Literature winners are (from left) honorable mentions, Emaleigh Munn of HUMANITIES'- Humanities winners are (from left) honorable mentions, Patrick Fortunato of
Chipley High School and Turner McCroan of Cottondale High School; second, Rachael Spooner Cottondale High School and Genny Kunkel of Vernon High School; third, Tristan Edenfield 6f
of Vernon-HighlSchool; first, Faith Plazarin of Blountstown High School (not pictured; third, Sneads High School; second, Joelina Armke;of Graceville High School; first, Jerryd Perry of
Hunter Powell of Sneads High School). Vernon High School.












GRAMMAR -Grammar winners are (from left) honorable mentions,J.P. Leonard of Blountstown SPANISH LANGUAGE Spanish winners are (from left) honorable mentions, Elizabeth
High School and Katy Gramling of Cottondale High School; third, Roseanna Moore of Liberty Martinez of Chipley High Scoqoland Andy Faria of Sneads High School; third, Cristina Ramirez
County High School; second, Brianna McCaffrey of Sneads High School; first, Cole Hamilton of of Graceville High School; second, Milli Beall of Bethlehem High School; first, Blanca Bescos of
Sneads High School Graceville High SchooL





The BUDD Builders have reld
turned for their llthyear of-ser- '4
vice on the campus of The Baptist
College of Flohrida in Graceville.
The BUDDs a(BuildingSunder Carat The FIVE C's
Divine Direction) anre a group ofh olr
retired missionaries with servant V Clarity H


down in numbers over the last BCFgwelcomes the Building under DivineDirection Builders. Marianna's Most
few years, due to age and medi- Trusted Jeweler
cal conditions, those that were quilts for the children's home, reorganizing storage areas, clean- and always a blessing to every-
able to come thisyear have been nursing homes and homeless ingandstainingwalls andprovid one they encounter on and offEst. 1971
hard at work on theEastlakeresi- '!Coming to BCF is like coming ing assistance anywhere needed. campus iB I a tson
dence hall and another house til- home each year," stated BUDD There is no way to estimate how For lmore informaiontheBUDD
ing, painting and getting it ready Builder Shelba Knight. "We are so much money and labor have been Builders or how to be involved a.oe 1rs
for next semester. Several of the "grateful tobe serving such loving, saved by the number of volun- in missions on the BCF campus, 850.482.4037
ladies have worked in offices on and caring people." teer hours provided by the BUDD please contact 800-328-2660. w
campus and spent time sewing Knightand Lynn Gay have been Builders. They are hard workers ext. 465.


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CnO NE WEeE Hon r R Fla. stand your.
SECOND NINE WEEKS Eighth Grade: Lana Green, Tierra Hall, Joniecia Robinson,EmilySprouse,
A Honor Rol Barfield, Josh Baxley, Hartsfield, Hannah Irwin, Hannah Stephens, Rickard
A Honor Rl Mackenzie Davis, Kayla Makiyah Jackson, Aaron Tonkin, HunterWagner, W
First Grade: Ashbi Alex- Edwards, Ashlyn Harris, Johnson, Savanna Shef- LeandraWilliams and
ander, Tucker Banks, Adri- Anthony Kenner, Allie Mc- field, Brady Tye, Jalen ChaytonWright
anna Flowers, Lealeanna Cord, Garrett McDaniel, Vanburen, Allie Watson Seventh Grade: Jadah r I I
Kostovic, Sarah Maguire, Sierra McNeil, Caleb Reed, and Jaylah Wright Amisial, Marissa Baxter, f M.
Jackson Maphis and Beau Taylor Roberts and Johnny Fourth Grade: Haley Clay, Jade ChambersAmber
Miles. Stone. Allison Dougherty, Nukeria Clark, Leisha Craven, The Associated Press merman in Sanford in Feb-
Second Grade: Noreisha Jones and Makayla Sills. Caroline Durden, Co- ruary 2012. Zimmerman
Calhoun, Walker Eubanks, A-BHonor Roll Fifth Grade: Dawn Botel- lin Eubanks, Christian TAMPA The parents was acquitted in 2013.
Samantha Hopkin, Blaine First Grade: Landyn lo, Faith Emory, Brayden Frascona, Madelyn of slain teen Jordan Da- Like Zimmerman, Dunn
Hunter, China Keys, Chas- Campbell, Skyler Carter, Harrell, Nathan Hollon, Goodson, Christian Har- vis said Wednesday they said he felt his life was in
tity Klotz, Derick Monte- Lydia Henry, Drion Long, Amelia Mantecon, Jacques rell, Shyann Harrison, Jay will join the parents of danger when he fired the
sano Consalvo, Angelina Josh Martin, Caleb Parker, Murphy, Timothy Roberts, Hayes,Ariana Lee, Addy- slaying victim Trayvon shots. Florida's stand your
Park and Jacob Wilson. Brianna Peraza, Michael Emma Ross, Aubrey Tye son Lewis, Anthony May, Martin and the widow of ground law was technically
Third Grade: Jaliyah God- Perkins, AlejandroPorto, and AaliyahWright. Madison O'Pry, Abigail a man shot to death in not part of either trial, but
win, Hannah Moats, Katie Bryce Sanders, Brittany Sixth Grade: Chase Perkins, Braden Sneads, a Florida movie theater Davis and McBath say the
Rhodes and Clifford Ross. Thomas, Ethan Tolley, Blount, TJ Bragg, Destini Mikayla Suber andWynter to talk with legislators gray areas in the law, and in
Fourth Grade: Tyler -Jamea Williams and Kylan Brown, Phonteria Brown, Thompson. in Tallahassee about the the self-defenselaw, should
Brown and Wyatt Burch. Wright. Victoria Clair, Juliet Eighth Grade: Dustin state's so-called stand be clarified and that's why
Ffth Grade: Lucas Hop- Second Grade: Mariah Cooley, Austin Dennison, Bohannan, Savana Carter, your ground law. they are marching.
kin and Justin Tye. Andre, Hailey Causey, Rose Dougherty, Andrea Dylan Catalfamo, Michael Ron Davis and Lucia Also joining the parents
Sixth Grade: Dillon EllaAnn Childs, Jocelyri Driggers, Danielle Dudley, Eldridge, Ayleen Faria, McBath said they plan will be Nicole Oulson, the
Arnold, Madelin Bar- Eubanks, Kaci Laramore, Michaela Edenfield,'Kevin Turner Gainer, Alexis Hall, to visit Tallahassee on widow of a man shot and
foot, Kyle Benton, Layla Isaiah Murphy, MeSsiah Eldridge, Gracie Elmore, Ricky Harrison, Dakota March 10 for a rally to killed in a Tampa movie
Brock, Mandalyn Chance, Murphy, Gabrielle Parker, Kazia Gainer, Sherrie Grif- Hosey, Nicholas Hunt, protest the law. theater in January, Davis
Laurel Dudley, Katherine Zach Perry, Craig Phillips, fin, Faith Hardin, Spencer Anna Jackson, Ethan Their son was shot by said. The man accused of
Durden, Kassidy Green, Alanis Porto, Makenzie Hart, Emma Jeter, Christo- Johnson, Morgan Johnson, Michael Dunn, a white killing Chad Oulson is a re-
Savanna Lewis, Maegan Roberts and Saniyah pher McCollough, Kristen Destanee Jones, Joseph software developer, in tired Tampa Police captain
Lucas, Colton Mercer and Wright. McDaniel, Tristen Mc- Lollie, Hope McClelland, Jacksonville in Novem- who said he feared for his
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TJ Henley and Madeline Kalon Foster, Leon- LaneOzburn-Tyus, Jace Alyssa Stagner, Talaiya multiple counts of at- "We hope that legislators.
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Short-handed Tigers crushed by Trojans
BYDUSTIN KENT District 1 champions from the ish from Sharpe, a score inside 54-26 with 4:36 in the third.
dkent@jcfloridan.com opening tip. by Floyd, and then a baseline The margin was 30 after three
The Chipley Tigers' season A three-pointer by Tyrome jumper by Floyd briefly cut the quarters, with a three from Mc-
came to a bitter and disap- Sharpe and a put-back by Dan- lead back to 10 at 24-14. Clain and back-to-back dunks
pointing end Wednesday after- iel Floyd put Chipley up 5-4 But Hamilton County explod- by Smith and Lee making it 75-
noon in Lakeland, with Hamil- with just under three minutes ed for a quick 11-2 run capped 38 and prompting a running
ton County crushing a depleted gone, but two from Antefernee off by consecutive buckets by clock.
Chipley squad 85-48 in the 1A Smith put Hamilton County McClain to make it 35-16. McClain finished with 24
state semifinals. back up at 6-5 and the Tigers A buzzer-beating jumper points, seven rebounds, and
Chipley went into the game never sniffed the lead again, by Jarvouse Keel capped off a .five assists for the Trojans, who
without three players -includ- The Trojans used a 17-1 run near-perfect first half for the shot 50 percent from the field
ing leading scorer Trent Forrest to close the first quarter and Trojans and take a 43-23 lead for the game and outrebound-
and junior center Bradley Hall take a 21-6 lead, with a bucket into the break. ed Chipley 59-35. THELEDGEROSHITAKAHAMADA
who were suspended for vio- by Smith, a three-point play Things went from bad to Smith added 15 points and Hamilton County's Jeremiah Lee (4)
lating team rules. from Kevin McClain, and an- worse for the Tigers in the sec- six rebounds, 'while Sharpe tries to block the shot of Chipley's
The results weren't pretty other two from Smith staking ond half, with a three-pointer was the only player in double Tyrome Sharpeduringtheclass1A
for the Tigers, who struggled Hamilton County to the 15- from Jeremiah Lee and consec- figures for the Tigers with 17 FHSAA Boys Basketball State High
to score, defend, or rebound point edge. utive driving finishes by Sha- points and six rebounds. School Championships semifinal
against the explosive Trojans A 6-0 spurt in the second quille Williams and McClain Chipley's season ended with game at the Lakeland Center in
squad that had its way with the quarter featuring a driving fin- putting Hamilton County up a record of 22-3. Lakeland on Wednesday.


Prep Baseball
PREP SrER Padgett




ONE WIN AWAY i
shutout
BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
The Graceville Tigers picked
up their second district victory
of the season Tuesday night be-
hind another dominating perfor-
mance on the moundoby junior
Jared Padgett.
After striking out 14 batters in
six shutout innings in a 2-0 dis-
trict win over Altha in his first
start of the year, the 6-foot-4 lefty
was even more overwhelming
Tuesday with 17 strikeouts in a
complete-game 4-0 shutout win
over Blountstown.
"He pretty muchjust shut them
down," Graceville coach Bryant
Hardy said after Tuesday's win.
"He threw strikes and that's the
biggest thing. The few times they
did put it in play, we made the
plays we needed to make, which
we didn't do against Sneads
(in a 5-2 loss Friday). We made
errors in that one and didn't
(Tuesday)."
There weren't a whole lot of
opportunities for mistakes given
the dominance of Padgett.
In two starts this season,
THE LEDGER/YOSHITAKA HAMADA Padgett has allowed two hits and
Malone Tigers guard Antwain Johnson (right) takes a shot during the class 1A FHSAA Boys Basketball State High School Championships semifinal no runs with 31 strikeouts in 13
game at the Lakeland Center in Lakeland on Wednesday. innings of work.
Hardy said he gives the other
Graceville, players a boost of
Malone on the brink of 14th state championship cofdnc:hnteson th
BY DUSTIN KENmound.
dkent@jcfloridan.com After taking a 54-37 lead into the fourth remaining. "The kids sense when he's out
quarter, Malone fell apart in the final pe- On the Indians' ensuing possession, Mc- there that they feel like they've
Malone coach Steven Welch wasn't riod with quick shots and turnovers spark- Clendon drove to the basket down the got a chance to win," the coach
very happy with his team's performance ing a big Chiefland run led by the Indians' left baseline but had his shot blocked and said. "That's not saying they don't
Wednesday in Lakeland, particularly in top scorer Kyle Weeks, who scored 10 of his recovered by Baker playing with four with our other pitchers, but they
the fourth quarter when the Tigers let a 17- game-high 22 points in the fourth. fouls who proceeded to make 4-of-4 free just play more relaxed when he's
just over 90 seconds left in the 1A state don andWeeks to startthe final quarter cut the win. The Tigers generated all the
semifinal matchup with Chiefland. the margin to 10 before Chancellor Lockett The victory put the Tigers one step away offense they would need in the
But thanks to four big points by Antwain answered with a big triple for Malone. from a state title, but Welch said his team third inning when Tyler Werten-
Johnson and a huge blocked shot by Chai But Weeks followed with an offensive will need to play much better today if berger reached and scored on
Baker, the Tigers eventually prevailed 67- rebound and put-back and then another it's going to beat Hamilton County, who an RBI sacrifice fly by Jarrett
59 and moved onevictory away from the three to get the Indians to within single T eliminated Chipley 85-48 in the second B"rogdon.
14d state championship in school history. digits at 57-49 with 5:42 left. semifinal. Graceville added three more
The Tigers almost made a different kind A three-pointer from Deshawn Roland "I just thought with loose balls and re- in the fourth, with Padgett and
ofhistoryWednesdaybefore their two stars cut the lead to 59-55 with 2:03 to play, with bounding and just our defensive assign- Denny Elligson each coming up
kept them afloat as they've done all year. Baker missing two free throws leading to ments we played really disjointed," he with RBI singles and Brogdon
"That was almost historic. I can't imagine a breakaway layup for Weeks to make it a said. "We didn't have one of those nights drawing a bases loaded walk to
anyone has lost a bigger (lead in the fourth two-point game with 1:37 to play. where we felt like everything was firing., score Brandon Pippin.
quarter)," Welch said after the game. "But The Indians then fouled Johnson, who Hopefully a lot of that was nerves and be- Padgett finished 2-for-3 at the
give the kids some credit. They found a calmly sank both free throws to make it ing on this stage and kind of getting our plate with an RBI, while Eli Mill-
way late to dig in and get a few stops and 61-57. legs under us in this new environment. We er, Elligson, Ethan Walker, and
obviously Chai and (Johnson) made some Chiefland got it back to two on a bucket expect a much better effort tomorrow and Jonathan Sikes all added hits.
plays in the fourth quarter." by Willie Brannon, but Johnson again had it's going to require a better effort to get the Graceville will next play in a
Johnson finished with 18 points to tie the answer with a pull-up jumper just job done." Saturday tournament in Slo-
Alonze Bailey for the team lead, with Baker above the foul line that swished through Malone will play Hamilton County at 11 comb against Ariton (Ala.) at 1
adding 17. to put Malone up four with 54 seconds a.m. Central Time today. p.m. and the hosts at 3 p.m.

'"' p.... PITCHER OF THE WEEK

Sneads staves off Chipley rally

d UetSfIrdn K oTm Johnson faced two batters to pretty happy about the way we
earn the save, walking one with played," Sneads coach Pat Jones
The Sneads Pirates earned the bases loaded to force in the said after the game. "We came
another quality early-season third run before getting the last out and put the bat on the ball
victory Tuesday night by knock- out. and had 10 hits as a team. We
ing off the Chipley Tigers 4-3 in Chris Greene started and just ran ourselves out of a cou-
Sneads. picked up the win for four pleof innings.
The Pirates (5-1 overall, 2-0 in scoreless innings in which he "We've definitely got a long
District 2 competition) didn't gave up two hits and six walks wayto go to get better, but Iwas
make it easy on themselves while striking out two. happy to get the win and get the
Tuesday with 10 walks and Trint Clark came on in the chance to get on the field and
having to escape from a bases- fifth inning and went 2 2/3 in- get better."
loadedjaminthetopofthesev- nings, striking out three while Sneads got a run in the first
enth inning. giving up three hits and three inning, another in the second,
Trailing 4-0 through six in- more walks. and two'in the sixth, with Cade
nings, Chipley plated three Free passes were a theme for Hall leading the way by going'3- CHIPOLAPHOTO
runs in the final inning and Pirates pitchers all night, but for-4 with a double and anRBI, Chipola's Michael Mader gets ready to deliver a pitch during a game this
was poised to take the lead, but good defense and some timely while Trent Moats went 2-for-3 season. Mader, a sophomore from Marianna, was named FCSAA Pitcher of
Sneads reliever Blake Johnson outs allowed them to come with a double and two RBI. the Week on Wednesday. Mader went 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA in one appearance
induced a pop up for the last away with the win anyway. Hunter Johnson added two during the voting period. He threw six innings of no-hit ball and struck out
out to preserve the win. 'Aside from the walks, I was hits as well, including a double. seven against Gordon State on Friday. L






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lit FRESH PRODUCE
Couch and loveseat $500. 850-693-4657
ArDULT SERVIE Couch microfiber, side loungers $175. AL
misc. $5-$10. 850-263-1039
Co aion, schedule your day i Loveseat dual Recliner, light brown, exc. cond. Dental Office seeking motivated, team player
|K $400. End tbl set 5 tbls. total $75. 850-272-8191. with excellent people skills for
clea hus will sport to Maytag Refrigerator Width 29 5/8, Height 65. DENTAL ASSISTANT position In Marianna
appointments, shopping your car or mine. Total Volume 18.5, White. $225.850-510-8435. Area. Experience preferred but not required.
14 Yrs Exp. w/ great ref. Roper Dryer Good Condition, White, $100. I. Send Resume to:
possibe live-in option 850-594-3000. P.O. Box 248 Marianna, FL 324
4 Call Dee 713-405-9828 Tires New, Delta Majestic P205/75 R14 inch. G E LOYE
Call 899-5102 or 899-3843 Ivm.
4 House Cleaning.- Days and I will sit & take Used Tires- Sumitomo p225/55 17 inch. $300.00
care of your loved one at night Call 899-5102 or 899-3843 Ivm. The Chattahoochee
in all locations. 11 yrs. exp.
Ref. avalL 334-446-3923. Good Rates. 1(41 in0 FRH Police Department
C[ MTREATED I HOME GROWN, FRESH isadvertising anopen position
y : () M w L for a Full Time
AKC Chocolate Lab Puppies for sale! Beauti- Dispatcher/Clerk
S$ $ ful!! Ready for their homes on 02/27/14. $350
_including 1st puppy shot, wormed, and Vet FApplicants must be certified through the
I Family Plots of 4 in Memory Hill Cemetery checked. Call 334-268-0239 Department of eah
"Garden of Chimes" $800. Ea. 334-899-8564 CKC Reg. Golden Retriever 3-M $300. Department of Healthas a
8 wks-old, Parents on site 3 4-793-6690 Public Safety Telecommunicator.
SCall 334-441-8283 or 334-791-9831. The positin provides administrative
Doberman Pups: AKC, one red male and one support for the Chief of Police.
GREEN ACRES FARM OPEN Sat March 1st blue male left. Born Jan 1st 2014. Shots up to Prior experience with
GREEN ACRES FARM OPEN Sat March 1st. date. 150. ...-75 70 Priorexperience -with
Fishing Saturdays Only March-April-May date. $250. 334-775-1700 2 Hay office manaement preferred
Channel Catfish $2 lbs Overtocked S.E. ALABAMA KENNEL CLUpB e newea Asred.rome
rs.6am 5 pm (no licence req.) ALAAMBarge net wrapped rolls $25. *.Applications may be acquired from
(spring fed & delicious) Good Manners Obedience, Kendall Cooper Call: Chattahochee ity Hall or
Buffalo Meat Healthy Confirmation classes, 334-703-0978 / 334-775-3423 rme
(Tender & delicious) Cha oochee Police pame
SLunch Specials- $ .for 6 weeks 334-775-379 E 102 Position closes March 13,2014.
4t Buffalo, Chili Dogs. Rally /Agility Intro. $75. r ......... ... .......... For inquires, please all (850) 6634383.
J 4 mi. E. of Slocomb on Co. Rd. 28 : -0. Bahia seed for sale 4- r l e al 0 )
CALL 334-797-4415 Shots required Excellent germination with over 40 yrs The City ofChattahoochee is
Starting March 4th experience. endallCooper an equal opportunity employer
S i4 Call 334-703-0978, 334-775-3423, : eq t
B OanRs. M l I]. O eCall 334-790-6226 or 334-299-3315 or 334-775-3749 Ext. 102
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5 ngts, 6 days. 5 shows Elvis Presley home & or 850547-2370 MADDOX FARMS
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Historic City Tour, Citadel & Fort Sumter, $75 o va unRolls$50 quare$5
Trolley Tour, Lunch at Lady & Son's C Call 334-791-0023
May 22-25, 2014 & more Yorkshire Terrier: AKC reg 5 mo. old male pup. 1/1 Free ater, sewer, garbage, laundry
Tropical Costa Rica 8 nghts, 9 days Shots &wormed. Genuinely loves people esp & basic able. $500. 850-5924793
Sari Jose, Monteverd 'ake Arenal Cruise kids. Incl: Puppy apartment, doggie pads, 3 pet
August 2-10,2014 &more beds, &travel kennel $425.334-333-5479. 4 MADDOX FARMS .
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..""".............." "- ... Ford 2006 and cleared of debris and soil, mitered ends
jThs cute little boidn Expedion added as indicated, maintenance of traffic, There will be No Pre-Bid Meeting for this proj-
e jst south of US 90 Limited-156k sod, seed and mulch all disturbed areas not ect.
between Caledonia andiles, video covered by sod, driveways, aprons, stormwater
McPherson Sts for sale ms, vi pollution prevention, paving aprons at side The deadline for receipt of questions will be
or lease once againd roads, grading ditches as needed to provide March 19,2014 at 2:00 PM Central Time. Ques-
New CH&A system to help keep your energy row captain, positive drainage, and other as directed by the tions must be submitted in writing to the Coun-
costs down. No need to be stuck in a strip sunroof, towing pkg. $9,000, 334-740-0525 Engineer/Inspector. ty Engineer (email lalvarez@jacksoncountyfl.c
Small. Have your own office/business build- t* .M Ig ll I11 om: fax (850) 482-9063) with a copy to the
Sing. Surprising low low market rates. $69,900 A Non-Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting will be held Jeannie Bean (email jbean@jacksoncountyfl.co
James M. (Robb) Robers Jr, Broker Chevy 2010Slverado, 4 door,54K miles, on March 13, 2013 at 9:00 AM central time at m).
On-star,Bluetooth, Weathertech mats. the Jackson County Road Department Poten-
rudentl Jim Roberts Reaty Retiring and must sell. $23,500. 334-585-5288 tial bidders are encouraged to attend. Bids will be opened and recorded at 2:10 PM
S 8 4824635 E 207 The deadline for receipt of questions will be (or immediately thereafter) on March 27,2014
..................x I J j- Toyota2010 TacomaSR5 March 21, 2013 at 2:00 PM Central Time. Ques- at the Jackson County Board of County Com-
........................... White, 2 wheel drive, 4 door tions must be submitted in writing to the Coun- missioners Board Room at 2864 Madison
: I V6, tow package, new ty Engineer (email lalvarez@jacksoncountyfl.c Street Bids may also be submittedto the
Michelin tires, om: fax (850) 482-9063) with a copy to the County Engineer at the Board Room from 1:50
| 2 & 3 BR Mobile HomeS Excellent condition. 46,000 miles. Jeannie Bean (email jbean@jacksoncountyfl.co PM until 2:10 PM Central Time.
I$22,800 334-693-4987 or 796-5919 m).
in Mariala & Seas 50)9-595 -- r n- Plans, specifications, and contract documents
3-2 I -o Bids will be opened and recorded at 2:10 PM will be open for public inspection after noon on
o3/2 n prit th y 90 raWld Riit (or immediately thereafter) on March 27,2014 February 28, 2014 at the County Engineers of-
j tIu ar-< i n ICE at the Jackson County Board of County Corn- fice at 2828 Owens Street Bid documents
pUartlyl w U f h a tb e In CALL FOR TOP PRICE missioners Board Room at.2864 Madison must be obtained from:
$80. Ro, 85055-12. FORJUStreet. Bids may also be submitted to the County Engineer
FOR JUNKVEHICLES County Engineer at the Board Room from 1:50 Attn: Larry Alvarez
3BR Mobile Homes In Cottondale. PM until 2:10 PM Central Time. 2828 Owens Street
NO PETS. CH&A. I ALSO SELL USED PARTS Marianna, Florida 32446
Starting at $500 per month 24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664 Plans, specifications, and contract documents (850) 482-9677
Call 850-258-1594 will be open for public inspection after noon on
If no answer please leave message. D need C ? February 27,2014 at the Road and Bridge of- upon payment of $ no charge per set which
Maanna area /2 MbL H In park A Sl us yoi Jun un fice at 2828 Owens Street. Bid documents amount constitutes the cost of reproduction
Marianna area 2/2 MbL m. In park CH&A Sell us your semi Junk car OR Junkcar. must be obtained from: and handling. This payment will not be refund-
water, sewage No Pets or Smokin Ref. Req. Truck, semfs, semi trailers & County Engineer ed.
1st & last 500. mo. 850482-8333 farm equipment Pick Up Attn: Larry Alvarez
7 days a week 7am 8pm 334-200-6487.. 2828 Owens Street The Owner reserves the right to waive any in-
Sal 2 roo aA 5. in neads Title or no Title up to what the law allows. Marianna, Florida 32446 formality dr to reject any or all bids. Each Bid-
0 NO LIEN VEHICALS 4 (850) 482-9677 der must deposit with his/her bid, security in
iiiniii imn iiin i BE E ...... .. the amount, form and subject to the conditions
SnGot a fclunker I upon payment of $ No Charge per set which provided in the Information for Bidders.
: amount constitutes th'e cost of reproduction Sureties used for obtaining bonds must appear
1 We'll be your Junker! : and handling. This payment will not be refund- as acceptable according to the Department of
We buy wrecked cars ed. Treasury Circular 570.
FARMS, L TIMIE= arid Farm Equip. at a
afair and honest price!i The Owner reserves the right to waive any in- Bids can not be withdrawn for a period of sixty
373 acres Santa Rosa County, FL $2,200/acre 0 & tomlete Ca formality orto reject any or all bids. Each Bid- days after the scheduled closing time for re-
Larson & McGowin Properties Broker, 334 ee der must deposit with his/her bid, security in ceipt of bids.
13,82. www.larsonmgowinproperties.com CALL 3347146285 the amount, form and subject to the conditions
a a W N.. -, La.... '.a a .a E mB BE B.. B B **** R.WJ provided in the Information for Bidders. To the extent applicable to this project, atten-
Sureties used for obtaining bonds must appear tion of Bidders is particularlycalled to the re-
rilk 3/2 with 1 ae as acceptable according to the Department of quirementsas to conditions of employment to
Large Bd Home $/with acres, Treasury Circular 570. Bidders must be Pre- be observed and mirilmum wage rates to be
country secluded area $160,000 $25000 dow & approved by FDOT or Jackson County and in paid under the Contract, Section 3, Segregated
$700. mo. Owner in. Avail. 850-526-4283. good standing with FDOT and the County. Facilities,.Section 109 Executive Order 11246,
and all applicable laws and regulations of the
... No bid may be withdrawn for a period of sixty Federal government and State of Florida, and
days after the scheduled closing time for re- bonding and insurance reqdirements. -
ceipt of bids. This project is federally'funded with qssistance
from the Federal Highway Administration
1984 6 Bass Traer wnTo the extent applicable to thisproject, atten- (FHWA) and the Florida Departmentof Trans-
35hp out board motor, alum trailer tion of Bidder is particularly called to the spe- portation (FDOT) (FDOT FPID# 429674-2-58-01
35hp outboar motor, alum.trailer cial provisions, the requirements of the condi- and Federal-Aid Project No. 8886-205-A).
$2000.334-983-3939. tions of employment to be observed and mini-
Sun Tracker 24-DL Pontoon mum wage rates to be paid under the Contract, IN PARTICULAR, BIDDERS SHOULD NOTE THE
Boat,90HP Evinrude Out- Setion.3, Segregated Facilities, Section 109 Ex- REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS ANID CERTIFICA-
board Model E 90TL CEM, ecutive Order 11246, and all applicable laws TIONS TO BE EXECUTED AND SUBMITTED WITH
deck table, fold-up ladder, and regulations of the Federal government and THE FORM OF BID PROPOSAL.
new battery. Trailer not included. Older model State of Florida, and bonding and insurance re-
but it looks good and runs great. $4,500, Lake quirements. DATE:
Seminole south of Donalsonville, GA on R374. IN PARTICULAR, BIDDERS SHOULD NOTE THE
Contact Dee at dee.german@aol.com or call REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS AND CERTIFICA- EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
229-515-7600. De at TIONS TO BE EXECUTED AND SUBMITTED WITH HANDICAP-ACCESSIBLEFAIR HOUSING
229-515-7600. I THE FORM OF BID PROPOSAL. JURISDICTION
SLF160395 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS DATE: LF160390
PROJECT NAME: Ellaville Road from State Road D
S 75 (US 231) to Rambo Road FDOT Small County SURPLUS PROPERTY SALE INVITATION TO BID
Outreach Program FPID # 4256934-58-01 Bid# HANDICAP ACCESSIBLEFAIR HOUSING l I
S Chevrolet 004 T b 1314-Eng 2 JURISDICTION The Town of Sneads, Florida will receive sealed
Chevrolet 2004 Tralblazer bids for the sale of surplus propertyfrom Mon-
LT. Red, 4WD, PS; PW PDL Sealed bids, submitted in triplicate, will be re- day, March 3, 2014 until Friday, March 7, 2014,
with remote. 4.2 L6 275 HP ceived by the BOard of County Commissioners LF160394 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS at 12:00 noon, central time.
engine. Good MPG, cold of Jackson County, Florida, (Owner), until PROJECT NAME: CR 162 Shoulder Paved
AC.Looks, runs and drives 2:00 p.m. (Central Time) March 27, 2014 at Shoulder Construction Project Bid forms and viewing of the properrty are
great $6,995. Call owner 334-671-3059. the County Engineer's Office (County Engineer, available at Sneads City Hall 2028 Third Ave
Larry Alvarez), 2828 Owens Street, Marianna, Sealed bids, submitted in triplicate, will be re- rom 7:00 4:00pm, Monday through Friday.
FL 32446 for the construction of the following ceived by the Board of County Commissioner All property is sold "As is" and the Town re-
199 5. v described Project: of Jackson County, Florida, (Owner), until serves the right to reject any and-allbids..
1993 50. Convertible 2:00 p.m. (Central Time) March 27, 2014 LAt
Triple Black, 5sp. AC, PL, Ellaville Road from SR 75(US 231) to Rambo the County Engineer's Office (County Engineer, For more information plesae call (850) 593-6636
PW, PS, CC 94,020 mi. Road Larry Alvarez), 2828 Owens Street, Marianna,
$4900. OBO 334-397-4881 The Work includes resurfacing and 3' paved FL 32446 for the construction of the following LF160388
2006 Nissan Sentra 4-door Sedan, 93,751 miles, shoulder, failed areas will be removed and re- described Project: INVITATION TO BID
S27 mpg, good cond. tan int & ext. aUto-trans, constructed as directed by Engineer/Inspector Shady Grove Pentecostal Holiness Church lo-
power steering, AM/FM stereo, rear spoiler & a crack relief layer will be applied over the-ex- 'Shoulder Paving and Improvements on CR 162 cated at 7541 Shady Grove RoadiGrand Ridge,
coldAC 4800. 85s-209 2 isting pavement, a 1-1/2" structural asphalt from Holmes County Line to SR 273 FL is receiving contract bids for 2014. Two po-
cold AC $4800. 850-2092502 layer will be applied over the crack relief, a 1' The Work includes paved shoulders and safety sitions: indoor cleaning and lawn maintenance.
Antique Chevorlet 1974 Malibu, 350 engine runs asphalt layer will be applied over the structural improvements to the road. Other improve- Bids will close February 28,2014 Call 850-592-
good, heat & air works good, needs carpet course, leveling shall be applied in locations ments will include grading and shoulder work, 6203 for contract information.
work. $2800. 334-405-5308 designated by Engineer/Inspector to restore maintenance of traffic, sod, stormwater pollu-
GOT A CREbiT slopes and crown, grading and shoulder work tion prevention, paving as shown on the plans,
R will be performed as needed to restore positive grading ditches to provide positive drainage,
SR drainage and as directed, pipes will be re- pavement markings, selective pipe work, and -- .
placed as indicated, all pipes shall be cleaned other as shown on the plans and pay items.



Lexus 2007 RX350 Silver in color, new tires, sun
roof, leather int very clean, this is a very sharp
carl:4K miles, exc. ond. $14,000.334-791-9407
Lincoln/Mercury Trar 1991 with 44K miles
original miles, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue
matalic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-701-0010.
Mustang 2000 Saleen Convertible, V-8, 5 speed,
black, Borla Exht Must See very nice
$9000. OBO 334-797-7420. -
Toyota 2003 Corolla Sport wht 4 cyIAT, .
All Power, runs excellent, $5800. OBO
- Toyota 2005 Camry LE, Gray int & ext. 268,493 -ROesidential & Commercial I s lais
mile, ( mostley Interstate miles) good cond. .Lawn Service Tree Removal Tree 1imming *ALL YOUR ROOFING NEEDS*
auto trans, power doors, windows & drivers Stump Grinding
seat, cruise control, rear spoiler, cold AC, A rd Prices Free sti -e Eate Metal Shigls Flat Roofs Insured
25 mpg. $4500. 850-209-2502..- 9-2 Affordable Prices Freet Estimates -i Inue FeEsias-r
(850) 693-1697 593-4455 850-57d-1880
nJackson and Counties
2002 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic-: -
Garage kept, nice bike, 24,000 miles. Two-tone
blue. $10,200. 334-794-5296 or 334-596-5098 D. Stephens Concrete Services, LLC HP
2009 Harey Davlson Dozer and Excavation Work Quality, Affordable Concrete Work and Small Tractor Work E R
i Heritage SoltaAClasslc. Ponds Road Building -Demolition 38Yrs. Experience. Licensed Insured "R
In excellent condition and Pine Tree Planting Herbicide Spraying Residential & Commercial "
rivles. Batiu co Fire Line Plowing -,Burning Bs: 8WE'LL BEAT ANY PRICE!!
color: Back/blue ice olor changes from blue lay O'Neal Owned and Operated by Hdme: 850-674-5026all Jobs WEL O
to purple. Leather saddlebags. $13,500. Contact clayslandclearing@gmail.com Dewey Stephens Cell: 850-643-1723 : :
Larry Carnley, Ino Community 334-726-1250 or Jones Concrete, LLC
334-565-3565. Local inquiries only. I ]s a i[~; Jones cr ee- LL:o
SuzukI 2003 Volusla 800 excellent condition, I '
oN EW U SED TIRES .Free Estim atebs Sidewalks Carpentry/Painating Installationsur Home"
SDriveways & Pole Barns Furniture Repair & Refinishing
~ Ford 1987 Bronc 4 General Repairs Insured
RUNS GREAT!! Good tires. T]][]LE 3
.New Sears battery, rear IW ,
window motor, fuel gauge. E
Brakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k -'.I .
miles on major tune-up (including distributor, I
plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as ae doRI
my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking P efatak te
$2,900.334-750-5000 850526.1700
JEEP, 2006 Rubicon, 44,000 miles, loaded with Hours: Mon-Fri 7-5 Sat 7-1
extras, excellent condition, FSBO 205-902-4212 2978 Pierce Street (behind Tim's Foiest)
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Obituaries For Scott, it's abouttax Rodeo ties to ackson County this will win a cash award
FoA itJ's 1 aboC u t tax l remained strong;just for their FFA group. This
Obert Funeral Home last week, the company will happen at each of the
1556 Brickyard Road4 FroPage bough the show steer four rodeos in Jackson
Chipley, Florida 32428 cu.&0 IU U.kV& U.& < B .. ... ,-
850-638-2122 similar size and make- from local youngster Josie County this year, and Sims
www.obertfuneralhome.com up. Commissioners an- Scott, who raised the hopes each county will
TheAssociated'Press into office in 2011 he ticipate areport at their reserve champion steer in wind up winning one of
Edward T. pushed for large spending first meeting in March. its weight class. Sims also the contests.
STALLAHASSEE Gov. cuts and tax Sims said he under- has a dayjob that brings "Its something fun and
McSwain Jr. Rick Scott, weighed cuts, while stands the county's him frequently to Jackson safe for the kids to do, and
down by lackluster poll advocating concern about its fee County he's the USDA one of our main roles is
Edward T. McSwain Jr., numbers and a Republi- proposals schedule and is hoping dairy inspector for all to get kids involved," he
82 of Alford, Florida passed can Legislature intent on to drug- that his company will be operations stretching from said. Admission to the
away Saturday, February pursuing its own conten- test welfare able to do business with Pensacola to Tallahassee. rodeo is $10, with kids five
22, 2014 at his residence. tious reforms, appears recipients the county for ambu- Sims said Wednesday years of age or younger
Funeral services will be content to keep it simple and passage lance service, whatever that he is honored to hold getting in free. The rodeo
held 12 p.m. Thursday, Scot
February 27, 2014 at Obert as he heads into the 2014 of an Afi- Lakey's report reveals. his first-ever event at will also feature a calf
Funeral Home. The family session. zona-styled measure on With faith in that pos- Circle D. scramble, with cash prizes,
will receive friends from Months before he will immigration. sibility intact, he and "This is our first rodeo, for children 12 years old
10a.m.-12 p.m. at the fu- ask voters to re-elect him Although the governor's Swearington continue and we're really trying to and younger, in addition
neral home. Obert Funeral for another term, Scott is moves won support from to work toward their big keep the cowboy way of to the main events ofbull
Home of Chipley directing. choosing to push ahead his tea party base, poll af- inaugural rodeo. life going," Sims said. "Mr. riding, team roping and
Vann Funeral Home with a limited agenda ter poll in the past three The event will be part Dryden played a big role in barrel racing for adults.
4265 Saint Andrews Street that sidesteps ongoing years has shown a majority of a series in Jackson that, and in the communi- The Dryden family will run
Marianna, Florida 32448 debates on hot-button of Floridians don't approve County, with the second typeriod, as well as being concessions and almost
850-482-3300 issues such as expand- of the job he's doing. The set for June 20, with abig influence in my life. a dozen product vendors
ing Medicaid or open- most recent poll released dates in August and Sep- We feel like naming it after have signed on to sell their
Mildred White ing the door to Las Vegas last month found that a tember still to be set. him just helps honor the merchandise at the venue.
casinos. majority also of them don't Sims, who lived here spirit of rodeo in Jackson Sims said he already has
Pittman Scott's pitch to legisla- consider him worthy of a until the age of 12 or so, County." about 50 adult contestants
tors this year centers pri- second term. worked for Dryden near- Part of proceeds from lined up a month ahead
marily on tax cuts and in- Republican legislative ly all his life as a pick-up the show will go FFA of time and expects the
creasing spending in key leaders insist Scott is re- man whohelped make teams in Bay, Washington, rodeo to be a big draw that
areas such as hiring more maining consistent with sure cowboys got out of Holmes and Jackson coun- will put heads in beds at
child protection workers his long-standing pledge the bull arena safe and ties- if, that is, the FFA local hotels.
or boosting the amount to cut taxes. sound after rides. He members can carry out a For more information,
of money spent on Ever- "His message has been also worked odd jobs for difficult and, Sims hopes, a Sims can be reached at
glades restoration. the same," House Speaker Dryden inpreparation crowd-pleasing task with a 850-527-6316.
"My goal is 'Let's get WillWeatherford said. "Tax for his rodeos through bit of fun in it. During the The company is head-
money back into Florida cuts have been a hallmark the years. rodeo, they'll be sent out quartered in Southport at
families hands; let's con- of his tenure even in times Although Sims moved to "dress" a calf in aT-shirt. the corer of Highways 77
Mrs Mildd W e tinue to build our econo- when we didn't have a lot away as a pre-teenager, The fastest to accomplish and 20.
Pittman of Miramar, Flori- my "Scottsaid. of money. I think a half- .. ....
da, formally of Marianna The GOP governor a-billion tax cut is pretty
Bethlehem Community wants to use a projected aggressive." ing hours of Jan. 18. Dur- room, he did a "superman
went home to be with the budget surplus to pay Legislative leadersalready %. l. ing an interview on Feb. dive" onto the bed and
Lord on Friday, February for nearly $600 million have said they are willing 26, authori- landedon baby, causinghis
21, 2014 in the presence of in tax cuts, including a to go along with many of rm age ties say, Ross injuries. Ross did not seek
her family she took off rollback in auto registra- Scott'stoppriorities,includ- tibia and other possible said he had medical attention for the
mortality and put on im- tion fees enacted under ing a push by the governor injuries. left the two child or report this incident
mortality m former Gov. Charlie Crist to keep college tuition lev- In an extensive inves- children in to the child's mother or law
LMs^^ 9 d five years ago. Crist is -elsflatthisyear. tigation by the Blount- an apart- enforcement, officials said.
41 years Mildred taught in challenging Scott in the But Democrats view the stown Police Depart- ment at Ross was interviewed on
the Polk County School governor's race. governor's scaled-back ment, the Florida Dept. oss some point two prior occasionsby law
System where she molded Scott also wants leg- agenda as proof thathe is 'ofLaw Enforcement and during that enforcement and failed to
and nurtured hundreds of islators to revive a sales worried about his re-elec- the Dept. of Children time andwalked down the disclose any knowledge of
students. In 2010 due to tax holiday for hurri- tion campaign. andFamilies, it was de- steet to buyfor cigarettes how the child was injured,
health reasons she moved cane supplies as well "Scott has become the termined that Ross was from a neighbor. officials report. After the
to Miramar, FL to live with as expand the popular personheranagainst," said caring for his son and He said that he had for- Wednesdayinterview, Ross
her daughter where she re- back-to-school sales tax Rep. Mark Pafford, D-West another child, a one- gotten that his son had was arrested by the Blount-
mained until her transi- holiday from its current Palm Beach. "He has be- year-old, during the late been placed inthe bed of stown Police Department
uneral services will be three days to 10 days. come an actual politician." evening hours of Jan. 17 the apartment and that, and booked into the Cal-
held Saturday, March 1 But Scott also has a Last year Scott had a through the early mor- upon entering the bed- houn County Jail.
2014 at 1200 Noon(CST) at long list of ideas for the modest agendaas well, but
Bethlehem AME Church otherside of the ledger on the eve of the annual
Cottondale, FL. Services -He wants to boost state legislative session he came business. of the business. The victim
have been entrusted to spending on tourism out in favor of expanding wV du When the request was was able to stay away from
Vann Funeral Home 4265 marketing by nearly 60 Medicaid in order to draw made, Patrick is said to Patrick, but he told law en-
St. Andrews Street-Marian- ;-- percent in an effort to down federal dollars avail- FromPagelA have become "extremely forcement that he was in
/ha. attract 100 million tour- ableunderPresidentBarack The victim, who police violent," arming himself fear for his life during the
SShe leaves to celebrate ists next year. Scott has Obama's health care over- say knew Patrick to have with what was described as incident.
hsier life h er d au r, a; proposed raising pub- haul. At the time he called a tendency to become a two-foot-longsword. JCSO arrested Patrick,
nephews I Gregm Sheldon lic school spending by it a "compassionate, com- violent when inebriated, After brandishing the who has a previous felony
Therrion, Juan; nieces nearly 3 percent for each mon-sense step forward." asked him to go back into weapon, Patrick threat- conviction, and charged
DePrenia Young and Ina student although part Scott's support, however, his nearby residence, ened the victim by saying, him with poesession of a
Hawkins;. grandniece of the increased money did not translate into ac- fearing he may hurt chil- "I'll kill you," according to weapon by a convicted fel-
JaNeene Sanders; grand- relies on a rise in local tion. State Senate leaders dren playing in the area JCSO. This occurred at a on and aggravated assault
nephew Garrett Young; propertyvalues. crafted a compromise that and drive away poten- distance of10-12 feet from with intent to commit a
great-grandniece AaNiah Scott is backing a pro- would draw down more tial customers from the the victim, in the work area felony.
Sanders, along with a host posal from his child wel- than $50 billion in federal
of cousins, relatives and fare agency to hire more funds and give it to resi-
many dear friends, than 400 childprotection dents so they could buy it before she left the store. reached "on. her person"
lyrespectfully requests that investigators to reduce private insurance. But the Officers charged her after and retrieved a pink, zip-
charitable contributionsbe caseloads for those who House did not want to take FromPagelA observing store video tape pered bag that she threw
made in Mildred's name to investigate child abuse any funds tied to the Af- and seeing that she nev- on the dash of the car.
Bethlehem AME Church allegations. Scott has fordable Cae Act. a passenger, without yet er approached the sales She was brought under
3100 Lovewood. Road, recommended boosting This year Scott isn't men- having paid. counter, according to the control and handcuffed.
Cottondale, FL 32431. spending on environ- tioning Medicaid expan- The manager took complaint. Inside the pink bag, ac-
mental programs in- sion at all. Instead he has down the license num- When the deputy first at- cording to the complaint,
cluding $130 million for returned to some of the ber of the car, and an tempted to arrest Thomp- officers found three syring-
Everglades restoration same stinging criticisms of officer saw it at another son as a result of that dis- es, an aluminum container
and $55 million to help the health care overhaul he gas station moments covery,sheallegedly pulled which held a small plastic
Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. restore and improve wa- has made previously, later. When the deputy away and got back into the bag with residue inside,
Your Local Florist and Gifts ter quality at the state's Mac Stipanovich, a long- confronted Thompson, car on the passenger side. a rolled-up. plastic wrap-
2911 Jefferson St. Marianna freshwater springs. time Tallahassee lobbyist according to the com- 'Two officers then tried to per from a cigarette box, a
850-372-4456 Scott's narrow focus who was a chief of staff plaint, she waived her gain control of her and spoon, and some small cot-
Michael's Toggery for the 2014 session con- for one governor and help Miranda rights and told place her in handcuffs, ac- tonballs.Thompsonadmit-
Funeral Appropriate Attire trasts with the agenda lead one of eb Bush's cam- the officer that she had cording to the complaint, ted that the bag was hers
2878 Jefferson St. Marianna he pursued when he was paigns, said it makes sense picked up the candy bar but she continued strug- and that "she had ingested
first elected. for Scott to pursue a lim- and had left two dollars gling against their grasp, meth" the prior day, ac-
When Scott first came ited agenda, on the counter to pay for Officials say she then cording to the complaint.

indicated that the investi- cedures and policies for jail is currently unfilled. "I
gation continued after Lip- review by the board; that think, if we don't get some
From PagelA he Jackson ford's resignation so that concerns me. The board is of these things taken card
S. ., County the county's record of the not allowed legally to get of, we could potentially
inmate, and either party Correctional matter could be complete. involved in direct over- have issues. We don't need
can cancel the contract at Facility, She does not anticipate sight of some issues, but to take on more respon-
any time. shown here, any further action on the we should have access to sibilities, in my opinion,
CalhounCounty'scurrent Wednesday, county's part related to the those things so thatwe can until- some of the ones
manpower limits would Feb.26,in matter, regardless of what offer our input in matters we already have are all
necessitate a budget-chal- Marianna, will the phone records reveal, we can control." straightened out."
lenging restructure of staff- soon house She said it is already clear In dealing with the alle- As for the jail administra-
ing in order to care for fe- female inmates that it appears no laws gation, he said, that issue tor's post, the job is being
male inmates, now that its for neighboring were broken. Any potential surfaced for him.; advertised, and the offer
previous housing arrange- Calhoun civil action inthe situation, Branchsaidhealsothinks closes March 3. As ofearly
ment for them has come. KRISlECOUD/FLAN County. she said, would be left to the county jail should have Wednesday morning, 11
to an end, explained Ted the complainant who put undergone an audit last candidates have applied for
Lakey, the county's overall need to do some house- eral weeks ago amid alle- forward the allegation. yearbytheFloridaSheriff's the job. Some of them are
administrator, when pre- keeping before we start in- gations of misconduct that Branch said that situa- Association and would already working at the jail,
senting the opportunity to viting guests." have yet to be proven. The tion and ensuing internal have liked to see it corn- at least one lives out of state,
the commissioners. Branch cited the fact that county continues to inves-- investigation brought his pleted before the county and some are local or in the
Jackson County Corn- the jailis currently without tigate that matter, and a fi- foculs to another problem took on a new population, generalareabutnotcurrent-
missioner Jeremy Branch an administrator as one nal report is expected to be .he believes should be ad- The audit is a statewide ly affiliated with the jail.
cast the lone no vote, when reason for his rejection of forwarded to Lakey once dressed before the county duty that the FSA took over The salary range for'the
the board considered the "the deal. Lakey is oversee- telephone records related accepts outside inmates. some time ago. Branch job is $56,349-$83,182 un-
proposal. ing the facility while the to the allegations are in "Part of the big issue said he was told the failure der the county's new pay
"We have some issues at county looks to replace hand, according to Human for me is that I've never to have an audit done was plan, which increased the
our jail that need to be ad- Wayne Lipford, who re- Resources Director Len- been presented with any related to the fact that the starting salary by about
dressed," Branch said. "We signed from the post sev- etta Loman-Greene. She standard operating pro- administrative post at the $10,000.

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QUESTIONS & ATTITUDE
Compelling questions
andnmaybe afew actual answers





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SPEED FREAKS
A couple questions we







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The day after Dale Earnhardt Jr. won Sunday's MONTOYA DOESN'T MISS NASCAR.
.Daytona 500 following a marathon rain delay Juan Pablo Montoya was released as a NASCAR
the driver shed light on his after-celebration time. driver after the 2013 season and signed a 2014 r
"Got about an hour's sleep," said the 39-year-old ndyCar Series contract Of his Cup experience
driver, who didn't look anyworse for wear Monday ndyCar Series contract Of his Cup experience:
modriver, who didn"t look any worse wear Mon When we had good cars, we did good. When we
morning. Breakfast had bad cars, we did bad. I think as a team we eca
The annual Daytona 500 Champion's Breakfast threw a lot of races away. The focus for me now is
-at the Daytona International Speedway's Ticket IndyCar, 100 percent. I'm pumped about it. I feel
GTand Track Tours Building launched Earnhardt like a rookie."
jon a-weeklong media tour. Second stop: New York T
City, where he was going to do several inter-
views and appear on the "Late Show With
David Letterman."
And, Junior revealed that 6n the
excitement of winning his second.
Daytona 500 10 years after
nabbing his first he opened a
Twitter account, at the urging
of teammate Jimmie Johnson.
You can now follow NASCAR's
most popular driver at @DaleJr.
"People must've been waiting on
that because I got like 200,000
followers in an hour," he said.

'THE KING' AND 'SMOKE' i
One of the primary storylines
of Speedweeks was a comment
made by Richard Petty, days
before racing started, about
Danica Patrick. The King
said Patrick could only win
a NASCAR -race if "every- --
one else stayed home."
Patrick was very C f
'diplomatic when -
asked about Petty's
comments.
When "The King" '.
got to. Daytona, F O TH W
he said he would
stand by his orig-
inal comments
about Patrick.
The contro-
versy was about
to disappear until
Patrick's car owner,
Tony Stewart, weighed
in late in the'game. T A
"I told her she should
challenge Richard to a heads-
up race,". Stewart said. "He drove
in an era when he had cars that
Swere superiorto what everybody elsectk
was running a lot. I think he forgets that
NASCAR has changed a lot since he was a should win a race and "g
driver, and how hard it really is now" trophy,
And, of course, "Smoke" being Smoke Godwin Kelly gives his take: Stewart
he took one more jab. is oldschool but Petty is ancient-
It was then suggested if Danica ever won a
race that she should ask Petty to autograph makes for good headlines, and that's
the checkered flag. Stewart, however, had
another suggestion. gestion
"If I were her, I'd take it over and cram it up
his (bleep) ... If it were me. That's just me,'
Stewart said.

News-Journal/NIGEL COOK "- :PITUlP....
With his Sunday win in the "Great P' Ki -
7.American Race," Junior gave the -,11o
entire sport a big ift. S s 3 )y.







Dale 7rnhardt Jr.,'7 478.
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5, e Rptofte top Jimmie First one ut: AriAlmrola






9, Austin Dillon, 36.
10,asey Mears, 34.
11, Doey LHga~l 43.
12, Kevin isarvick,r31hi
13, Bamie Keclurray, 30.
14, Bobby labornte, 29.
715, Reed Sorenson, 428.
16, Datl Enhard 48.
17, Marcos Ambrose, 326.
18, Kyle Bffusch, 26.
9, Austin Dillabonte, 3624.
20,Casey Kurt Busc, 24.
11, JoDale Earnhadtr., 178,656.
2, Denny Hamrvlin, 1,406316.
3, Brad Keselowski, 969,839.
14, Jeff Gordbby Labonte, $811,192.
15, MattReed Sorensoneth, 2$614.168.
716, Paul Mendward, 282,415.
817, MaRicky Stenhouse Jr, 2695,081.
18, Kyle Busch, $455,772.
19, Joerry Loganonte, 2449,747.
120, Austin DillonBusch, 49612.
2, MarcosDenny Hamlinbrose, $1,406,31776.
3, Brad Keselowsvin Harvick, $969440,289.
4, Jeff Gordon, $811,192.


5, Jaimmie JohnsonMcMury, $432,870. 2961 Penn. Ave., Marianna, FL (
7, PaulTony Stewart, $58413264.15.
17, Kylure Busch, $405,556.
18, Carcosl Edwards, $44403,2776. w w m n na


19, Casey Mears, $402,284.
_J 20, Ryan Newman, $399,406.




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