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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.
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Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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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)-
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"Independent."

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University of Florida
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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)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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Chlorine leak causes stir in Sneads
Town official: 'There gency respond- released a statement on the from the company that de-
ers out in full leak: livers the chlorine gas to our
was absolutely no force. "We had a pinhole leak in plant called 911."
threat' to the liBut, accord- a small cylinder of chlorine That call, she said, set in
uH ing to Sneads gas at the Sneads Wastewater motion responses from sev-
Town Manager Treatment Plant. The operator eral agencies, including an
acok@jcforidan.com Connie Butts, of the (plant) was on the tele- out-of-town hazardous mate-
Butts the response phone as an employee advised rials team and bomb squad,
Thursday morning brought to the leak him of the situation. Before Jackson County Emergency
some unexpected excitement was more than the he could hang up the phone Management, Jackson County
to the town of Sneads, when incident required. and take any action to correct
a chlorine leak brought emer- Thursday afternoon, Butts the situation, a representative See CHLORINE, Page 7A
DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
%W II IIG: UP1 Wallace Haber looks over the petition his
aquatherapy group has signed, asking that
the heated pool at Marianna Fitness Center
be reopened, and as soon as possible. The
owner of the facility, Dr. Robert Hoff, is
donating the property to Jackson Hospital,
and the legal paperwork related to that




still closed,





BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
Some local aquatherapy patients have
Ssigned a petition asking that the heated
Srpool be reopened at the Marianna Fit-
ness Center as soon as possible. The
ownership of the now-closed center is
currently in limbo as lawyers finish up
the paperwork associated with its an-
ticipated transfer to Jackson Hospital.
When Dr. Robert Hoff announced
last November that he. was donating
the Marianna Fitness Center to Jackson
Hospital, the facility stayed open for
SEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN a few more weeks and then closed for
From left, going clockwise, snowbirds AnnaMarie Slivicke of Wisconsin, Bruce Besse of Minnesota, Hilde Douglas of Michigan Dave renovation. The paperwork transfer-
Douglas, Jane Besse and Walton County resident Sibyl Whitaker toured key spots in Marianna Thursday on an excursion that brought ring ownership has yet to be complet-
them inland for a day during their Walton County winter-over. After a tour of the Florida Caverns they had lunch at Bistro Palms before ed, and the center remains closed.
setting out again for a tour of historic places in town. Hoff said Tuesday that he's hoping

I S 1 & o i l nthat paperwork will be completed by
Snowbirds cruise in for a look inland NsSee POOL, Page 7Ab
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
The daily temperatures are hovering OUTRIUNNING
near zero in her Wisconsin home state
these days, but AnnaMarie Slivicke
couldn't care less right now. She gig- E STORM
gled about that fact as she sat in Mar-
ianna's Bistro Palms restaurant with a
bright sunny sky showing through the
windows and doors. She was bask-
ing in the Florida sunshine, and even
the blustery wind that waited outside
didn't faze her. She.knew the canned
heat collecting in the tour bus would
warm her as she made her way to. the
next stop. In the touring cave she'd
just come from at Florida Caverns
State Park, it was warmer than outside
above ground, some of her fellow tour-
ists noted.
From Michigan and Minnesota, two
couples in the group were similarly de- SUBMITTED PHOTO COURTESY OFTHE GOULDING AGENCY
ligThey came in for a look at herackson A half-dozen visitors from the north got what might be called a "bird's-eye" view, in their
They came in for a look at Jackson case, of the touring cave at Florida Caverns State Park as the snowbirds rolled in for a
See SNOWBIRDSPage 7A visit Thursday.


2 arrested on drug charges in Marianna i
T ollerbladers Laurel Dud-
Staff report Street, the vehicle drove into the opposing driving prior to the traffic stop, Michael ley (left) and her mother
lane of travel. The vehicle Jerome Benbow Jr., 28, of l Kristi Dudley race the
A Marianna man and woman are facing also left the roadway off the 2923 Milton Ave., Marian-
multiple drug charges followirig a traffic right shoulder of the road. na. Benbow didn't possess storm clouds, Thursday, Feb. 20,
stopby city police. After the vehicle came to a valid driver's license and at Citizen's Lodge Park. Laurel
According to the Marianna Police De- a stop on Hall Street, of- was placed under arrest for
partment, at approximately 7:18 p.m. on ficers made contact with the violation of knowingly and Kristi are visiting Marianna
Feb. 26, officers with the Marianna Police the driver, Shenequa Lavon driving while license sus- from Bainbridge, Ga. The track
Department conducted a traffic stop on a Curry, 22, of 2825 Rockwell pended or revoked, at Citizen's Lodge is their favor-
blue Buick passenger vehicle for the traf- Curry Street,AptA,Marianna.Po- Benbow At the time Benbow was ite to skate when they visit the
fic infraction of an inoperable front head- lice learned that Curry had ite to skate when they visit the
light. Prior to stopping the vehicle on Hall swapped seats with the subject who was. See DRUGS, Page 7A area.

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Telephone: 850-526-3614 Program FRIDAY, FEB. 28 Producers accepted; proceeds fund charitable endeavors of are fourth Mondays other Mondays areforprojects
SDr. Seu, ss Birthday-Favorite Bok Chaacter Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation. Call 526- lessns andhelp. All quilters elcome. Call 573-
Publisher Valeria Roberts le dsaster. Pro er4561 or 272-6611. 5434.
vroberts@jcfloridan.com birthday! Dress up as your favorite book character. Chipola Theatre Production "The Sound of City of Jacob Regular Council Meeting -6
rGuest readers will visit our school to read to the Music" 7 p.m. Tickets available at Center of the p.m. at Jacob Cit Hall. Public wel hod.
Circulation Managerstitutio- Dena Oberski classes. There willbe a student cowriting contest andew Arts Box Office and oner $10.before each show For ailable.Woodmen of the World Chapter 65 monthly







Marianna, FL32448 peas, pumpkins, rutabagas, squash, watermelons, through Wendy Byrne, 209-4695, Blountstown
doberski@jcflridan.com a classroom door decorating contest. Prizes will be moreinfor ial col7182420.a meeting- 63r p.m. Deliwood Volnteer Fire
awarded to the winners. ) Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Department. Chili, hot dogs with trimmings and
CONTACT US D Non-insured Crop Disaster Assistance Center. 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult desserts will be served. The chapter will provide
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Program Application Closing Dates Producers and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and the chili and hot dogs. All members encouraged to
FAX: 850-482-4478 may apply for coverage of non-insurable crop when hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call come, bring a friend along with sides and desserts.
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com low yields, loss of inventory or prevented planning 209-7856; 573-1131. For more information, call 482-5255.
occur due to natural disaster. Producers must file MagicExtravaganza 730 pm. at Bluntstown Alcoholics Anonymous Open at M etin Park in
StMI R PAPER? Counthe appublication and servicefee by closing datefor Middle School uditorium. Tickets: Adults $15; pm. in the AA room of First United Methodistay $20.
4403Constitution Lane beansced hantaloupers weet corn, grapes, hshareydew, Childurch, 29ages10ale and under $10.Mar Tickets available Church, 2901 Caledonia St payable Mrinnak Heals.
Marianna, FL32448. peas, pumpkins, rutabagas, squash, watermelons, through Wendy Byrne, 209-4695, Blountstown
Office Hours: millet, perennial peanuts and green peanuts. For Drugs and Big River Sports. All proceeds benefit the TUESDAY, MARCH 4
Weekdays, 8 a-r. to 5 p.m. more information, call 526-2610, ext. 2. Chaz Fain Memorial Scholarship. )) Deadline for early registration Pink Tutus
) Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 and Bows Fun Run Race at Madison Park in
MISS YOUR PAPER? County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Marianna on March 15. Entry fee as of today $20.
experienced hand crafters welcome to create, share, Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. After today $25. Make checks payable to Pink Heals.
You should receive your newspaper no later learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. Registration time day of the race will be 9:30
than.6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- D Bird Walk 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Florida Caverns SATURDAY, MARCH 1 a.m. Race begins at 11 a.m. For more information,
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to State Park. Join Florida Caverns State Park volun- ) Emerald Coast Heavens Saint's Motorcycle contact Lori Meadows, 573-0229, or Nicki Lovett,
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The teers Elliott and Lesley Smith as they lead visitors Ministry yard-sale has been cancelled due to 557-2831.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) on a leisurely stroll starting at the Blue Hole swim- conflicting schedules. Look for us at a later date. St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. -1 p.m. St. Anne's
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) ming area to observe the birds of the park. Bring Catholic Church.3009 5th St., Marianna. Call 482
is published Tuesday through Friday and binoculars and a picnic and enjoy the day. Cooking up a Kitchen Car Show -10 a.m. at Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call 482-
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid Affordable Care Act Educational Session 1-4 Dayspring Christian Academy, Meadowview Road,
Sunday morngs. Periodical postage paid Affordable Care Act Educational Session 1-4 Marianna Benefiting the Kitchen Fund for DCA. Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting
at Marianna, FL. p.m. at Jackson Hospital Board Room. Community Contact Mark Blaylock at 527-5104 or mblay- Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St.,
Swelcome. lock28@yahoo.com for more info. Marianna.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Talent Show -1 p.m. at Old Gym at Grand Ridge Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Sewing Circle -1p.m. at Jackson County Senior
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 School. 4:30-5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call
for three months; $62.05 for six months; ) Movies at Your Public Library 2 p.m. at the Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. 482-5028.
and $123.45for one year.All prices include Main Library on Green Street in Marianna. Last in a Chipola Theatre Production "The Sound of a Artists Guild of Northwest Florida Board
series of five popular feature films, during Febrary, Music"- 7 p.m. Tickets available at Center of the Meeting 2:30 p.m. at the Jackson County Admin-
applicable state and local taxes. Mail celebrating Black History Month, depicting actual Arts Box Office and one hourbefore each show. For istration Building on Madison Street.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail events, current and historical, and involving African more information, call 718-2420. n Marianna City Commission Meeting 6
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; Americans. This film is an intimate and engrossing n
$92.24 for six months and $184.47for one biography of a controversial and chaismatic Black p.m. in City Hall, 2898 Green St. Marianna. Public
Muslim individual who rose to prominence in the SUNDAY, MARCH 2 welcome. Call 718-1001.
year. 1950s and'60s. Free. Rated PG13. For more informa- n Chipola Theatre Production "The Sound of a Writing Center monthly meeting 6 p.m. at
tion, stop by the Library or call 482-9631. Music" 2 p.m. Tickets available at Center of the the Main Public Library, 2929 Green St. in Marianna.
ADVERTISING Chess Club 6-8 p.m, at First United Methodist Arts Box Office and one hour before each show. For Helen Marie Taylor will speak to the group about
The advertiser agrees that the publisher Church on Clinton St n Marianna. Sponsored by more information, call 718-2420. illustrating books, and Amie Myers will discuss
shall not be liable for damages arising Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8- Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion editing. Members and participants are askedto
18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist bring a writing sample so that Ms. Myers can
out of errors and advertisements beyond their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance demonstrate editing methds. Open to the
the amount paid for the space actually including beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473. limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.. public. Call 482-9631 for more information.
occupied by that portion of the advertise- ) "Senior Singles" Meeting 6-8 p.m. in the Jcs Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9
ments in which the error occurred, whether First United Methodist Church Youth Center, 4392 MONDAY,MARCH 3 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
such error is due to the negligence of the Clinton St., Marianna. New location. Ample parking. Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed dis-
publisher's employees or otherwise, and Singles age 50 and older are invited for games, 5:30-7:30 p.m.at Jackson County Extension cussio with 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire to
thee shall be not liability fr niner- food, prizes and speakers. No charge. Donations Service, Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meetings stop drning is welcome.
there shall be not liability for non-inser-
tion of any advertisement beyond the The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
amount paid forsuch advertisement. This email editorial@jcfloridan.com, 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- PMyO, uetp
ing which expresses preference based on Marianna Polic Department bance, one verbal disturbance, one report the county jail during the latest reporting
legally potecte pe Maril cPo e Department listed of a prowler, one fire complaint, 21 medical periods:
not acceptable. The Marianna Police Department listed calls, two traffic crashes, Darrell Davidson, 33, 261 Everett Ave.,
the following incidents for Feb. 26, the one burglar alarm, one Panama City, driving with no valid driver's
HOW TO GET YOUR latest available report: One suspicious panic alarm, three traffic license, resisting an officer without vio-
NWS PUBLISHED vehicle, one funeral escort, one robbery stops, one larceny report, lence, hold for Bay County.
alarm, three traffic stops, one larceny call, one report of criminal n Calvin Dawson, 34, 6793 Rocky Lane,
The Jackson County Floridan will publish one report o o property, two animal mischief, two calls to serve Grand Ridge, burglary of a structure, crimi-
news of general interest free of charge, complaints, one public service call, one papers/ex partee, one littering/garbage nal mischief over $200 but less than $1,000.
SSubmit your news or Community Calendar finger printing and four home security complaint, one suicide attempt or threat, ) Shenequa Curry, 21, 4367 Kent Drive,
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, checks. one noise issturbance, three animal com- Marianna, possession of marijuana with
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, plaints (two cows, one dog), one report of intent to sell, tampering with evidence,
anniversary and birth announcements. Jak n County Sheri ffs Of fic car in ditch, two reports of fraud,. 11 prop- possession of crack cocaine with intent to
rForms are available at the Floridan offices. B Oin erty/building checks, one gas skip, two sell, introduction of contraband to a deten-
Photographs must be of good quality and The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and calls to assist another agency, one report tion facility.
suitable for print.The Floridan reserves the county fire/rescue reported the following of child abuse, one public service call, one a Michael Benbow, 27,2922 Milton Ave.,
So i mo incidents for Feb. 26, the latest available 911 hang-up and one criminal registration. Marianna, possession of marijuana with
rightto edit all submissions. report: One drunk driver, one report of a intent to sell, tampering with evidence,
GETTING IT RIGHT hit and run, one abandoned vehicle, one driving while license suspended or
The Jackson County Floridan's policy suspicious vehicle, one suspicious person, JackSOn COunty revoked.
is to correct mistakes promptly. To one information call, one funeral escort, Conal Facility Jail Population: 175
report an error, please call 526-3614 one call involving a violent, mentally ill The following persons were booked into To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
Monday-Friday. person, one burglary, one physical distur- local law enforcement agency.






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'SOUND OF MUSIC' NOW SHOWING COX SPEAKS TO

AT CHIPOLA COLLEGE KIWANIS CLUB













SUBMITTED PHOTO
Sale Cox is shown with club president
Jim Holiday. Cox spoke to the Mari-
anna Kiwanis Club on Feb. 20 about
the ongoingresults of the investigation of
the grave sites at Dozier School for Boys. Cox
Shas done the community a real service by his
reporting itas one of us. He was introduced
SUBMITTEDPHOTO by Chuck Lockey.
L indseyWheatley as Maria serenades the Von Trapp children in the Chipola College
production of "The Sound of Music." Tickets are selling quickly for the Chipola Col-
Sege theatre production of "The Soundof Music," which opened a five-day run Feb. CARTWRIGHT ADDRESSES
26. The show runs nightly Wednesday through Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tick- OPTIMISTS
ets are $8 for adults and $6 for 18 and under. They are available online at www.chipola.edu
and at the Center for the Arts Box Office, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m.
to noon on Friday, and one hour before each show. For ticket information, call 718-2420.


Marianna High School National Honor

Society hosts Valentine party at Hope School
Special to the Floridan
ifty-three mem-
bers of the Mari-
Sanna High School SUBMITTED PHOTO
National Honor Sodety, Jackson Hospital's Steve Cartwright (left) was welcomed
along withtheclub spon- recently bythe members of the Marianna Optimist Club as
sor, Carolyn Hodge, and their guest speaker. Cartwright serves as Jackson Hospital's
H eaer end Laboratorymanager; however, his work at the hospital was not
MHS teacher Brendale s the subject of his speech to the dub. Instead Cartwright gave
Jordan, spent Valentine's SUBMITTED PHOTO an interesting lesson of the life of the biblical figure Abraham
Day at Hope School. This Marianna High School National Honor Society members are shown. as taughtin th book of Genesis, he is seen here with club
is an annual event that president George Gay.
is sponsored by the MHS dance floor. Participation cluded with the students all of the club's 75 presidente
National Honor Society. in this activity is momen- touring some of the members Wanted to at-
It is a fun-filled day tous, and everyone had a classrooms arid admriiring tend but, because of'
that students at Hope great time. some of the work of the prior engagements, could EERS LE R AT
School and Marianna The:students at Hope students at Hope School. not. She said, "This is
High eagerlylook forward School were treated to Club President Rache' always the highlightof CH POLA W ORKS OP
to. pizza, chips, drinks and Granberry said, "Our club the National Honor
The highlight of the cookies made by Marian- does a community service Society's year. Our group
festivities includes a na High School's culinary project every month, but enjoys it just as much,
dance in which MHS department, and lots of the highlight of this year if not more than, the
students and Hope School Valentine candy. was hosting the Valentine students at Hope
students interact on the The festivities con- Party." She stated that School."


MARIANNA FFA LIVESTOCK TEAM

TAKES HOME HONORS
Marianna FFA Livestock Team
T takes home first and second
High Livestock Judging
Teams at the Jackson County SUBMITTED PHOTO
Fed Cattle Show. Team More than 150 teachers and future teachers participated
Members had to evaluate in the recent annual Chipola Teacher Education Workshop.
heifers, steers and bulls Florida's Teacher of the Year Dorina Sackman was the featured
to industry standards. speaker. Chipola education majors, education faculty, staff
Cattle were evaluated for and Chipola graduates led the workshops highlighting hands-
conformation, muscling and on activities that can be used in the classroom. Pictured
their ability to function in from left are education majors Kristen Reynolds, Samantha
the beef industry in Florida. Matthews, Meagan Sanders and Mary Hewett.
First place Team members: ___ __
Kaulder Kressman, Garrett Pancake & Sausage Breakfast set
Williams, Kaitlyn Renegar an
MakaylaLaramore. Second for Saturday
place Team members: Jeb
Bruner, Darby Sweeney, The Panhandle Pioneer get your breakfast and
Dustyn Sweeney and Callen Settlement is having a then go browse for those
Bozeman. Jeb Bruner was Pancake and Sausage special finds at reduced
recognized as third High Breakfast on Saturday, prices at the beautifully
Individual at the contest. March 1. The serving restored Frink Gym. Call
starts at 7 a.m. and goes 674-2777, or email at pps-
SUBMITTED PHOTO 0 a.m. museum@yahoo.com for
There will be delicious, more information.
locally-made Norris From local reports
MRS. BLAYLOCK'S CLASS SOWING OFF Shown here is Mrs. sausage and light and
MRS BLAYLOCKS CLASS SHOWING OFF Blaylock's Kindergarten fluffypancakesforallto BEFORE
class from Dayspring enjoy. There will also be
TRUCK TO BE IN CAR SHOW SATURDAY ChristianAcademyshowing coffee, milk and orange THE
off her truck that will be in juice to.drink. Join the
the car show on Saturday Kiwanians for this de- BOTTOM
at Dayspring Christian lightful breakfast at the
Academy. Kids are Front, Settlement's log building D ROPS
from left:Zoe Carroll, clubhouse.
Emma Poole and Bryce The cost of the break- OUT,
Mitchell. Back, from left: fast is a $5 donation per O .
Levi Love, Maci Varnadore, adult (12 and older), $3 for SELL YOUR
Magnus Escoriaza, Will children 5 to 11; children
Anderson, Hannah Godwin, under 5 eat free. This is GOLD
Sam Griffin and Logan also the last day of the
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Mormon church pushes back on planet misconceptions
The Associated Press Matthew Bowman, assistant sion for a religion that is younger
professor of religion at Hamp- than other major worldwide
SALT LAKE CITY The Mor- den-Sydney College. faiths, Givens said.
mon Church is pushing back "I'm not surprised it's not The church was founded in
against the notion that members mentioned," Bowman said. 1830 and took more than a cen-
of the faith are taught they'll get "Even most Mormons aren't tury to hit 1 million members.
their own planet in the afterlife, I sure what exactly to make of the Today, there are 15 million Mor-
a misconception popularized in .- reference." mons worldwide.
pop culture most recently by the Kolob is believed to be the in- "Many of these things can be
Broadway show "The Book of spiration for the name of the unsettling to members who have
Mormon." planet, "Kobol," in the science grown up with a typically mani-
A newly posted article affirms fiction TV series "Battlestar Ga- cured narrative, but it's a neces-
the faith's belief that humans can lactica," which was created by a sary part of the maturation for
become like God in eternity, but Mormon. the church membership," Giv-
says the "cartoonish image of Kolob is also mentioned in the ens said.,
people receiving their own plan- THEASSOCIATED PRESS FILE Broadway show "The Book of The intent of the articles is to
ets" is not how members of The The angel Moroni statue, silhouetted against a cloud-covered sky, sits atop Mormon" when a fictional Mor- give Mormons and non-Mor-
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- the Salt Lake Temple in Temple Square in Salt Lake City. mon missionary sings about all mons definitive places to go to
day Saints envision it. The 3,500-word article is part toryis a double edge sword," said the things he believes as a church study or learn about doctrinal
"While few Latter-day Saints of a series of recent online pieces Terryl Givens, professor of litera- member. issues. That could happen even-
would identify with caricatures posted on the church website ture and religion and the James "I believe that God has a plan tuallybut churchleaders need to
of having their own planet, most that explain, expand or clarify Bostwick Chair of English at the for all of us. I believe that plan make people aware of them, said
would agree that the awe in- on some of the more sensitive University of Richmond. "They involved me getting my own Armand Mauss, a retired profes-
spired by creation hints at our gospel topics. can work in the church's favor, planet," he bellows, and later, "I sor of sociology and religious
creative potential in the etemi- Past articles have addressed but they can also be unsettling." believe that God lives on a planet studies at Washington State
ties," the article says. the faith's past ban on black men The new article, entitled "Be- called Kolob." University.
The expectation of exaltation in the lay clergy and the early coming Like God," doesn't men- People commonly latch on to And he said the article won't
is more figurative and ambigu- history of polygamy. tion Kolob, referred to in the the most outrageous or unique put an end to misconceptions
ous than boiling it down to living The series of postings have Book of Abraham as a planet or aspects of religions, such as held by some about Mormons.
on one planet, it says. been applauded by religious star closest to the throne of God. Amish people using horse and "For devout members of other
"Church members imagine scholars who say the church is fi- Kolob is mentioned in a Mor- buggy, and that's how the per- Christian denominations, es-
exaltation less through images nally acknowledging some of the mon hymn, but interpretations ception of Mormons inheriting pecially those of the Evangeli-
of what they will get and more most controversial or sensitive that it is the planet where God their own planets became wide- cal variety, this statement will
through the relationships they parts of its history and doctrine lives, or the place where church spread, Givens said. confirm their existing claims of
have now and how those rela- that it once sidestepped, members will go when they die, The series of postings, as well outrageous Mormon heresies
tionships might be purified and "The church has become fully read a great deal into an obscure as the church's opening of its ar- where doctrines of deity are con-
elevated," the article says. aware that scholarship and his- verse in Mormon scripture, said chive, shows a natural progres- cerned," Mauss said.


Religion Briefs

Gospel sing to benefit Lighthouse Children's Home to Visit Hickory Grove Freewill Baptist
injured students
There will be a benefit
gospel sing Saturday at St.
Mary Missionary Baptist
Church, 2286 Main St.
in Jacob City. The sing
will be to benefit three
college football players,
SheldonVann, Eli Jackson From left: Sheldon Vann, Eli Jackson and Jacquez Walker.
and Jacquez Walker, who Two of the three remain forth to hospitals as well
were critically injured in under doctors' care, with as other medical expenses.
December while traveling Vann thought to be para- If you would like to help,
home for the holidays on lyzed. This occurrence you can send a donation
Christmas break. All hree has shaken the close-knit to the "Injured Cottondale _
were all-county perform- community of which these Player Benefit Fund" ac- SUBMITTEDPHOTO
ers as seniors at Cotton- boys are a part. count established at Wells On Sunday, the Lighthouse Children's Home of Tallahassee will sing and give testimonies at
dale High School and are A donation account is Fargo Bank. Hickory Grove Freewill Baptist Church in Bascom at 6 p.m. They invite you to attend for a
on the football teamat being set up by Ramon For more information, special blessing. For more information, call 569-2471.
NAIAWebber Internation- Dickens to help these boys call Frank Maybon at
al University in Babson and their families with the 381-4580, Ramon Dickens Ready w hen
Park, wheretheyreceived expenses they have in- at 352-4843, or Isaiah Mor- h n u a :
football scholarships. curred traveling back and gan at 557-0404.



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ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Alford First Assembly of God Collins Chapel Baptist Church Grand Ridge Baptist Church New Hope Freewill Baptist Trinity Baptist Church
1782 Tennessee St P.O. Box 228 5005 3rd Ave (5499 Collins Chapel Rd) 2093 Porter Ave P.O. Box 380 Sweet Pond Rd 3023 Penn. Ave
Alford, FL 32420 Malone, FL 32445 569-5644 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-4846 Dellwood, FL 592-1234 Marianna, FL 482-3705
Bascom Assembly of Gd Crossroads Baptist Church Southern grandridgebc@embarqmail.com New Hope Missionary Baptist www.TrinityMarianna.com
5516 Hummingbird GRd Baptist Greater Buckhorn Missionary Baptist 3996 Wintergreen Rd Union Hill
Bascom, FL 32423 272-7775 3276 Main St P.o. Box 386 Church Greenwood, FL 32443 592-8802 3115 Union Hill Rd
Shugroad@embargmail.com Cottondale FI. 32431 352-2636 4691 Hwy 162 Marianna, FL 32446 526-5711
resGroae Aemb l f .2 o- Damacus Freewill Baptist Mariannae, FL 32446 594-5761 New Hope Reformed Baptist Church
Cypress GroveAssembly of Good Church 4028 Lafayette StS Victory Baptist Church
3250aCypress Grove 3 3700 KynCsville Rd Greenwood Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32446 482-6406 2271 River Rd
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-4451 Marianna, FL 32448 4825878 4156 Bryan St P.O. Box 249 Sneads, FL 32460 593-6699
cppressgrovechurch.org Dellwood Baptist Church Greenwood, FL 32443 594-3883 New Mount Olive Missionary Baptist www.victorybaptistfl.com
Cord5512 Blue Springs Rd Hasty Pond Baptist Church OG oanna, FL u 4p r7i- 5 White Pond Baptist Church
2060 Bethejehem Rd 4895 Hasty Pond Rd, Marianna, FL ML. Box 4588- Mill Pond Rd
Cottondale, FL 32431 272-0254 Eastside Baptist Church Heaven's Way Biker Church New Salem Baptist Church Alford, FL 32420 352-4715
4785 Highway 90 3478 Kynesville Rd
Eastside Assembly of God Church Marianna, FL 526-2004 A Ministry of Alford Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32448 579-4343 a
4723 Hatton St* Marianna, FL www.eastsidebaptistchurch.com 3924 Woodrest Rd
lop4664@yahoo.com 526-2422 BCottondale, FL 32431 334-806-4258 Pleasant Hill Baptist Church St. Anne Catholic Church
El Bethel Assembly of God 3360 Gardenview Rd Holly Grove Free Will Baptist Church o3009 5th St P.. Box 1547
2503 El Bethel Church Rd Cottondale, FL 32431 579-4223 2699 Highway 73S Grand Ridge, FL 32442 718-8401 Marianna, FL 32446 482-3734
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 593-6044 E a Mison t Marianna, FL 32448 482-3489 Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church www.stanne@stanfemar.ptdiocese.org
First Assembly oEverenaisonary apnwood Baptist Church 6704 Reddoch Road www.stannemarianna.org
5565 Brown St Campbellton, FL 32426 263-3900 2012 InwoodRd Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-2273
Graceville, FL 32440 263-3351 First Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32448 593-5328 Pine Ridge Baptist Church CHURCH OF CHRIST
First Assembly of God Church 3172 Main St Liberty Hill Missionary Baptist Church 3064 Pine.Ridge Church Rd Caverns Rd. Church of Christ
4186 Lafayette St Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4586 5239 Libety Hill Road Alford, FL 32420 4448 River Rd
Marianna FL 32446 First Baptist Church Bascom, FL 32426 569-5949 Piney Grove Baptist Church Marianna, FL 482-2605
482-2800 www.mariannafirst.org 5366 Ninth St P.O. Box 98 Little Zion Missionary Baptist Church 2136 Piney Grove Rd
First Assembly of God Church of Malone, FL 32445* 569-2426 3181 Little Zion Rd P.O. Box 190 Cottondale, FL 32431 352-3800 CHURCH OF GOD
Cottondale Faith Baptist Church Sneads, FL 32460 592-1614 Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church Grand Ridge Church of God
2636 Milton St 2494 Hwy 71 South Lovedale Baptist Church 5481 Pleasant Ridge Rd 2232 Porter Ave Grand Ridge, FL
Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4626 Marianna, FL 482-2869 6595 Lovedale Rd Bascom, FL 32423 Marianna,' FL 32446 263-8007 32442
Faith Haven Assembly of God First Baptist Church 592-5415 or 592-2134 Poplar Springs Missionary Baptist 592-5301 or 592-2814
7135 Hwy 90 8010 Pope St P.O. Box 246 Marvin Chapel Free Will Baptist Church Church Marianna Church of God
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-8205 Sneads, FL 32460 2041 Hope School Dr 2662 Poplar Springs Rd (All services interpreted for the
Pilgrim Rest Assembly of God First Baptist Church of Bascom Marianna, FL 32448 482-5375 Marianna, FL 32446 526-3176 hearing impaired.)
3347 P ilgrim Rest Church Road 4951First Baptist Church of Bascomx 97 www.marvinchapelfwb.com Providence Baptist Church 2791 Jefferson St, Marianna, FL 32446
3347 Cilgrim Rest Church Road 4551 Basswood Rd He. Box 97
Marianna, FL 32448 579-2300 Bascom, FL 32423 569-2699 Midway Freewill Baptist Church 6940 Providence Church Rd 482-6264 mariannacog.com
Welcome Aemy of God 1600 Church St Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-5481
We ome Assembly of God First Baptist Church of Campbellton 6158 Rocky Creek Rd pbch@embarqmail.com CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-5077 Campbellton, FL 32426 263-3183 Marianna, FL 32448 592-8999 Rocky Creek Baptist Church Glorious Gospel Church of God in
Welcomehometom@yahoo.com First Baptist Church Southern Baptist Mount Olive Baptist 5458 Rocky Creek Rd Christ
BAPTIST 987 8th Ave P.O. Box 565 6045 Hwy 2 Marianna, FL 32448 526-7508 4255 Clay St Marianna, FL 32448'
Graceville FL 32440 263-3323 Bascom FL 32423 569-5080 Salem Free WIll Baptist 594-1096 or 557-4019
Afford Baptist Church fbcgraceville@bellsouth.net M. t. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church 2555 Kynesville Rd Miracle Restoration Center
1764 Carolina St P.O. Box 6 www.fbcgraceville.org 3695 Popular Springs Rd Cottondale, FL 32431 579-4194 2997 Hall Street
Alford, FL 32420 850-573-3249 First Baptist Marianna Marianna, FL 32446 594-4161 www.salemfreewillbaptist.com Marianna, FL 32448 526-2335
Bethel Missionary Baptist Church 2897 Green St Marianna, FL p2446 Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church Shady Grove Baptist Church Refuge Tabernacle Church of God In
2137 McLeod St 526-4200 www.fbcmarianna.org 5382 Old US Road 7304 Birchwood Rd Christ
Cypress, FL 592-4108 First Freewill Baptist Church of Malone Malone, FL 32445 569-2049 Grand Ridge FL 32442 592-6952 2820 Chipola Street
Bethel Star Missionary Baptist Church 5440 10th Street (Hwy 71 N.) New Easter Missionary Baptist Church St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32448 482-2607
4134 Lincoln Ave P.O. Box 385 977 Hope Ave 2871 Orange Street The New Zion Temple Church of God
Marianne, FL 32448* 482-4866 Malone FL 32445 850-569-2786 Graceville, FL 32440 658-8344 Marianna, FL 32448 482-2591 In Christ
Bethlehem Baptist Church First Freewill Baptist Church New Galilee Missionary Baptist Church St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church 1022 Washington Ave
2300 Bethlehem Rd 7970 Davis St 2155 Highway 73 South PO. Box 234 1935 Jacob Road Graceville, FL 32440
Cottondale, FL 32431 579-9940 Sneads, FL 32460 593-5400 Marianna, FL 32447 482-5499 Cottondale, FL 32431 263-4097 Victory Tabernacle Church of God In
Circle Hill Baptist Church Friendship Baptist Church of Malone New Hoskie Baptist Church St. Peter Missionary Baptist Christ
7170 Circle Hill Rd 5507 Friendship Church Rd 4252 Allen St 7889 McKeown Mill Rd 6752 Highway 90
Sneads, FL 32460 592-2327 Malone, FL 32445 569-2379 Greenwood, FL 32443 594-7243 P.O. Box 326 593-3363 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 209-7711
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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com RErLIGION FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2014 5A


YOUTHS PERFORM AT BETHLEHEM BAPTIST
yhe youths at Bethlehem Baptist Church have been
busy. On Feb. 14, they performed a 1950s skit for
the church and served refreshments. On Sunday,
Bethlehem Baptist youths Robert Haid, John Metzler,
a Michal McGowen, Joey McGowan, D.J. Snyer, Pacee
Hudson, Garrett Kent and Zeck Brown led the services.
S- They took on the duties of the Sunday school teachers,
choir director, deacons and the preacher for the day.
The congregation thanks them for ajob well done, with
special thanks to youth directors Brad and Dana Kent.





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SUBMITTED PHOTOS Michal McGowan welcomes everyone John Metzler serves as preacher for
The Bethlehem Baptist Church youth group with the youth directors. to the Sunday service, the day.


Religion Calendar
TODAY ing through dance. For more information, call Celebrate Recovery Adult, teen meetings Marianna. Bring a can of food for local food
209-9802. Everyone is welcome to "overcome hurts, habits and hang-ups in a pantries. Free admission. For more information,
D Youth Activity Night 6 p.m. at Marianna safe environment," 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship call 658-0028.
Church of God. Ages 12-19. Call 482-6264. TUESDAY, MARCH 4 Center with praise and live worship music,
testimonies and fellowship. Dinner at 6 p.m Child
a Celebrate Recovery Adult, teen meetings to a Dare to Live Healed Healing School Class care available. Call 209-7856 or 573-1131. SUNDAY, MARCH 9
"overcome hurts, habits and hang-ups in a safe 7 p.m. in the Bascom Town Hall at 4969 Bass- Pre-21st Annual ChurchAnniversary ) Special MinistryEvent 10 a.m. at Bethel
environmentr"7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Center w0d ree sms a htacaq I Pre-21st Annual Church Anniversary a Special Ministry Event 10 a.m. at Bethel
environment," 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Center wood Road. Free classes taught by Jacquelyn Program 7 p.m. at New Beginning Outreach Baptist Church in the Poplar Spring School
with praise and live worship music, testimonies McGriff. Call 276-6024. rogim at e Baptist Church in the Poplar Spring School
and fellowship. Dinner at 6 p.m. Child care avail- Ministries Inc. Jacob City. Minister of the hour Community. Special ministry event by the Tim
able. Call 209-7856 or 573-1131. will be Superintendent Delano Reed of Miracle Lee Ministries of Garland, Texas, "Captured by
. Churches United Revival Advancing the WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5 Restoration Church of God in Christ. Everyone is the Hand of God. Everyone invited, especially
Kingdom -7 p.m. Apostolic Revival Center of Mass and Ashes -7 a.m. and 6:30-7:30 p.m. welcome. For more information, call 352-4733 or teenagers and veterans
Kiangdona- m. S p oal guestCsk e ntwill ber ptof I r Mass and Ashes 7 a.m, and 6:30-7:30 p.m. email at newbpraise@yanoo.com.
Marianna. Special guest speaker will be pastor at St. Anne Catholic Church, Marianna.
Anthony Ganey, Oasis Church of Tallahassee. For
Qn7ncu0 o Massand Ashes-5paSTURDAY, MARCH p8 TUESDAY, MARCH 11
more information, call 557-5463 or 2090-6979. Mass and Ashes- 5-6 p.m. at St. JOseph SATURDAY, MARCH 8
Catholic Church, Chipley. Dare to Live Healed Healing School Class
Ash Wednesday Service 6:30 p.m. at ) Second West Association Pastors and -7 p.m. in the Bascom.Town Hall at 4969 Bass-
SATURDAY, MARCH 1 Ascension Lutheran Church, Marianna. Everyone Preachers Prayer Breakfast 8 a.m. at wood Road. Free classes taught by Jacquelyn
welcome. For more information, call 482-4691. New Liberty Hill Missionary Baptist Church in McGriff. For more information, call 276-6024.
SAffordable Care Act Enrollment St. John Bascom. Special guest is Dr. Abe Johnson of the
A.M.E. Church, Campbellton. For more infor- T UIm Dn AY MARCH 6 Smith Chapel Bible University, trustee chairman.
mation, call 263-0025 or 294-0299 or email THlUR fSh AY, M RlCll 6. For more information, call Dr. Nelson D. Wilson at WEDNESDAYX, MARCH 12
st.johname.comapbellton@gmail.com. Clothing Giveaway 9 a.m. to noon at Moth- 526-2313. a Lenten Service 6:30 p.m. at Ascension Lu-
a Yard Sale -7 a.m. Cypress United Methodist er Agnes' Closet, 2856 Orange St. in Mariahna. Clothing Giveaway 9 a.m. to noon at Moth- theran Church, Marianna. Everyone is welcome.
Church, Cypress, South of U.S. 90. Rain or shine. er Agnes' Closet, 2856 Orange St. in Marianna. For more information, call 482-4691.
Clothes by the bag. Miscellaneous items. Dona- FRIDA MARCH 7 Celebration of Love and Tribute for Brother
tions accepted. Johnny Speights-6p.m.St. James A.M.E THURSDAY MARCH 13
a Clothing Giveaway- 9 a.m. to noon at Moth- Youth Activity Night 6 p.m. at Marianna Church, Marianna. All gospel groups, soloists
er Agnes' Closet, 2856 Orange St. in Marianna. Church of God. Ages 12-19. Call 482-6264. and church choirs are welcome to celebrate 50 ClothingGiveaway 9 a.m. to noon at Moth-
SPulse 6-9 p.m. at Cypress Grove Assembly years of Gospel Radio. For more information, call er Agnes' Closet, 2856 Orange St. in Marianna.
SUNDAY MARCH 2 of God Church in Grand Ridge. Youth outreach minister Isaih Morgan at 557-0404, sister Lula
program open to teens in grades 6-12; shoot Vann at 482-3300 or sister Chris Clemmons at FRIDAY MARCH 14
Third Annual Pack the Pew Program New -pool, play Xbox arid other games, listen to music 42-31.
Beginning Outreach Ministries Inc. in Jacob City. and more. Activities are free; low-cost snacks for ) The Hinson Girls in Concert 6 p.m. at ) Youth Activity Night 6 p.m. at Marianna
Special speaker will be the Rev. Travis Grace. sale. Transportation available (limited area).Call Jackson County Conference Center (Agricul- Church of God. Ages 12-19. Call 482-6264 for
United to Praise Dance Ministry will be minister- 381-2549. tural Extension Office), 2741 Pennsylvania Ave., more information.




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YOUR GUIDE TO LOCAL HOUSES OF WORSHIP

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE LUTHERAN 1st United Methodist Church of Love and Restoration Ministries Praise Life Ministries
Cottondale 2990 Heritage Rd 7360 Hwy 90, P.O. Box 177
Marianna Church of the Nazarene Ascension Lutheran Church P.O. Box 458 Marianna, FL 32448 526-2730 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-4166
2987 N Madison St 3975 W. Hwy 90 Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4426 Mill Springs Christian Chapel Prayer Temple Church Of Prayer For All
Salem AME Church 1345 Mill Springs Rd, P.O. Box 83 People
EPISCOPAL METHODIST 5729 Browntown Rd, P.O. Box 354 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 526-2519 3341 Plantation Circle
PStLu i C c Graceville, FL 32440 263-3344 Rivertown Community Church Marianna, FL 32446 482-3343
St. Luke's Episcopal Church Bascom United Methodist Churchcommunit Church
4362 Lafayette. St 4942 Basswood Rd P.O. Box 67 SpringfieldAME Church (Meets at thenew Marianna High School) United Pentecostal Deliverance -
Marianna, FL 482-2431 Bascomn, FL 32423 569-2231 4194 Union Rd 3546 Caverns Rd 5255 10th Ave
parishoffice@stlukesmarianna.org Cypress United Methodist Church Marianna, FL 32446 352-4252 Marianna, FL 32446 482-2477 Malone, FL 32445 569-5989.
www.stlukesmarianna.org 6267 Cemetery Ave St. James AME Church Rocky Creek Tabernacle PRESBYTERIAN
LL GOSPEL Cypress, FL 32432 263-4220 2891 Orange St, P.O. Box 806 1890 Delta Lane
FULL GOSPEL rs i dMarianna, FL 32447 526-3440 Marianna, FL 32448 272-0917 First Presbyterian Church
First United Methodist' Church Presbyterian Church (USA)
Christian. Center Church 1111 8th Ave St. Paul AME Church St. Andrews (FC) Church Ministries 2898 Jefferson St
4791 Sheffield Dr PO. Box 450 Graceville, FL 263-3342 5180 HWy 273, P.O. Box 40 978 Hwy 71 S ersn
Marianna, FL 32447 Campbellton, FL 32426 263-0333 Marianna, FL 32448 569-5600 Marianne, FL 32446
526-4476 or 5F6-4475 Firsf United Methodist Church 526-2430 www.firstpresmarianna.org
ackccc476 oarianna.org 2901 Caledonia St Church Snow i-IIII AME Church Sunrise Worship. Center fpcmarianna@embarqmail.com or
jack@ccMarianna, FL 482-4502 5395 Snow Hill Rd, P.O. Box 174 2957 Hall St, Marianna, FL 482-8158 firstpresmarianna@earthlink.net
Country Gospel Community Church Malone, FL 32445 569-5315
Compass Lake in the Hills Grace United Methodist ve AME Church PENTECOSTAL RESTORATIONIST
650 Apalachicola Ave 4203 W. Kelson Ave Mt. Olive AME Church
Alford, FL 32420 (850) 579-4172 Marianna, FL 482-4753 2135 Fairview Rd The Sanctuary Church of Jesus Christ of Marianna
5 Marianna, FL 32448 482-7917 4070 Old Cottondale Rd 4060 Thomasville Lane
Resurrection Life Christian Fellowship Grand Ridge United Methodist Church Marianna, FL 482-8720 Marianna, FL 32448 482-2282
International 6911 Iowa Street Bethlehem AMEwww.sanctuarypom.com
2933 Madison Street Grand Ridge, FL 32442 3100 Lovewood Rd, P.O. Box 752 wwwEsanctuarypomncom
2933 Madison Street Greand hpidge AM 3243Cottondale, FL 32431 Apostolic Revival Center of Marianna SEVENTH'DAY ADVENTIST
Marianna, FL* 526-2617 Greenwood Chapel AME 352-2111 or 352-4721 3001 Hwy 71 N, P.O. Box 634 Emmanuel SDA Church ,
New Beginnings.Worship Center 5426 Fort Rd Marianna, FL 32446 482-3162 4531 Basswood Rd -
1165 Highway 69 Greenwood, FL 32443 594-1112 Greater St. Luke AME Church Christian Covenant Life Center Greenwood 324435943200
5255 1lth Ave, PO. Box 176 Christian Covenant Life Center Greenwood. FL 32443 594-3200
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 Greenwood United Methodist Malone, FL 32445 569-5188 2011 Finley Ave. Marianna Seventh Day Adventist
592-5791 www.nbworship.com 4220 Bryan St Grand Ridge, FL 32448 592-4737 4878 Highway 90
New Beginning Outreach Ministries, Inc. Greenwood, FL 32443 594-5755 NON-DENOMINATIONAL Shady Grove Pentecostal Holiness Marianna, FL 32446 526-2487
2254 Magnolia Dr. Henshaw Chapel AME Church 2nd Chance Ministries 7541 Shady Grove Rd WESLEYAN
Cottondale, FL 32431 (850) 352-4733 2370 Glastel St, P.O. Box 535 2840 McPherson St Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-6203 WESLEYAN
Evangel Worship Center Cottondale, FL 32431 875-2610 Marianna, FL 32446 557-9885 Sneads Pentecostal Holiness Church Salem Wesleyan Church
2645 Pebble Hill Rd Jerusalem AME Church Believers Outreach Ministry 2036 Gloster AVe 2764 Salem Church Rd
Marianna, FL 32448 526-2232 2055 Hwy 73 3471 Hwy 90 W Sneads, FL 32460 Sneads, FL 32460 (850) 593-6679
New Life Family Church Marianna, FL 32448 482-5085 Marianna, FL 32446 352-4926 593-4487 or 593-6949 irquomai@gmail.com
4208 Lafayette St McChapel'AME Church Cypress Creek Community Church
Marianna, FL 32446 526-2132 4963 Old U.S. Rd 1772 Macedonia Road, PO Box 496
The Bridge Church Marianna, FL 569-2184 Alford, FL 32420 638-0360
2515 Commercial Park Dr Mt. Shiloh AME Church Ever Increasing Word of Faith Ministries
Marianna, FL 32448 209-2733 6702 Biscayne Road 3749 Skyview Rd
HOLINESS Bascom, FL 32423 569-1044 Marianna, FL 32446 526-4704
New Bethel Christian Methodist Heaven's Garden Worship Center
Emmanuel Holiness Church Episcopal Church 3115 Main Street
2505 Sandridge Church Rd 2487 Highway 1 Cottondale, FL 32431
Sneads, FL 32460 593-5167 Campbellton, FL 32426 263-4647 (850) 579-9936 www.aidaspina.org
Hickory Level Community Church Pope Chapel African Methodist Faith Cornerstone Church Ministries I
1221 Dipper Rd Episcopal Church 5460 Collins Chapel Rd
Marianna, FL 32448 4898 Blue Springs Rd, P.O. Box 6000 Malone, FL 32445 569-5600
482-4696 or 482-2885 Marianna, FL 32447 482-2900
Oak Ridge Freewill Holiness Church Shady Grove United Methodist Church ChFoundation Temprche Apostolic Faith
2958 Milton Ave 7305 Birchwood Rd 3341 Tendell Rd
Marianna, FL 573-7684 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-9277 Cottondale, FL 32431 352-3884
Sneads Community Church Sneads First United Methodist Church Glass Community Church
1948 Desoto Ave P.O. Box 1349 8042 Church St, P.O. Box 642 4005 Veteran's Road
Sneads, FL 32460 593-5650 Sneads, FL 32460 593-6481 Cottondale, FL 32431
LATTER-DAY SAINTS fumc@embarqmail.com (850) 272-7205 (850) 263-6715
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Friendship Christian Methodist Haven of Rest Church of Restoration
Church it Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Episcopal (CME) Church Worship Center
Saints 5411 Avery Rd, P.O.Box 302 2261 Haven of Rest Road
3141 College St Campbellton, FL 32426 263-1111 Cottondale, FL 32431
Marianna, FL 32446 482-8159






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Fla. lawmakers have money to spend or giveback

The Associated Press .:, : -House budget chief Rep. dous amount of unmet "While DCF has made
SSeth McKeel, R-Lakeland, needs that do not appear significant changes to pro-
TALLAHASSEE- Flori- said assuming that legis- to be on the priority list," tect children, we still have
da's continued economic lators are. backing Scott's said Rep. Mark Pafford, D- much to do to protect the
recovery is giving state proposals just to help get West Palm Beach. "I think most vulnerable among
legislators a reprieve from him re-elected is wrong. overall the budget is go- us," Scott said Thursday
years of budget battles and "I want the governor to ing to leave a lot of people during a visit to child pro-
a way to boost the elec- be re-elected," McKeel behind." tection investigators in
tion-year fortunes of Gov. F said. "But we also have a A coalition of groups West Palm Beach. "Even
Rick Scott. whole lot of House mem- -including homebuilders one child death is a death
As unemployment has bers running for re-elec- and the Florida Chamber too.many"
dropped and consumer tion. We have a whole lot of Commerce com- But Negron said legisla-
spending has risen, the of senators running for re- plained earlier this week tors have put more money
Republican-controlled election. Clearly, election about a recommendation in recent years in DCF's
Legislature has gained a year dynamics are at play by Scott to sweep nearly budget. He questioned
budget surplus expected throughout the building." $300 million out of a fund whether the extra funding
to be more than $1 billion Scott has done more than normally used to pay for would result in a reduction
to work with when the an- ask for tax and fee cuts. He affordable housing pro- in child abuse deaths.
nual session starts next also has asked that leg- grams. The Scott admin- "We want to do every-
week. islators hold the line on istration has argued that thing we can to prevent
Scott has made clear college tuition rates and extra money was set aside criminal acts against
how he wants a big chunk recommended a $74.2 bil- last year and that funding children," Negron said.
of that surplus spent. lion budget that calls for wasn't needed. "The only person respon-
He has rolled out a additional spending in Ron Lieberman, presi- sible for, the abuse and
series of proposals to a wide range of areas, dent of the Florida Home killing of children is the
cut taxes and fees by including child protec- Builders Association, con- actual perpetrator. Let's
nearly $600 million, tion investigation, Ever- tended that the state needs not blame a state agency
Many of them would re- glades restoration and to keep spending money "when an evil person com-
turn money directly to providing help for the on affordable housing mits an atrocity against a
consumers a contrast state's beleaguered fresh- programs to keep .the child."
to his previous tax cut pro- THEASSOCIATED PRESS water springs. state's economic recovery There also couldbe atug-
posals aimed primarily at Florida Gov. Rick Scott speaks to the press during a Splits are already emerg- going. He said that work- of-war between the House
corporations and pre-legislative news conference about his budget on Jan.29 in ing over some of Scott's ing-class Floridians need and Senate about the right
businesses. Tallahassee, Fla. spending proposals, help because they can't level of funding for springs
The biggest item on tag, legislativeleadershave chief. Democrats are question- afford to live in high-end restoration andprojects to
Scott's list is a rollback backed Scott. Legislators may wind up ing whether or not the homes. help clean up the Indian
of auto registration fees "Everyone understands tweaking individual por- budget will do enough to Scott's request that leg- River Lagoon.
raised when former Gov. it's important to return tions ofthe tax and fee cuts restore the cuts that oc- islators boost the bud- "I think it's too early to
Charlie Crist was in office some of the additional rev- offered by Scott, but they curred when the Great Re- get of the Department of tell how that will end up,"
and the state's economy enue to our constituents," insist they will approve a cession hammered state Children and Families by Negron said about spend-
was in a near freefall. said Sen. Joe Negron, R- package worth a half-bil- revenues. nearly $32 million may get ing for environmental
Despite the hefty price Stuart and Senate budget lion dollars. "I feel there's a tremen- some resistance as well. programs.

Georgia Proposed U.S. energy rules would shield whales

A llm an film 'shutting The Associated Press science as thebasis ofthis
ow n9 Ia- i "Byfailing to consider relevant sence, the environmental review."
do n after tralm crashl RICHMOND, Va. Pro- Obama administration's decsion could be a death The so-called mitiga-
posed federal environ- senten.form many ri mammals tion measures outlined by
The Associated Press he added that "Midnight mental guidelines re- BOEM also call for visual
Rider" producers didn't tell leased Thursday would Jacqueline Sav ti observers to avoid vessel
SAVANNAH, Ga. Film- him that specifically. protect endangered North vice president for U.S. Oceans at Oceana strikes with whales and
makers have shelved pro- Nadine Jolson; a pub- Atlantic right whales from other marine life; testing.
duction on a movie about licist for the production offshore seismic testing technology to areas that a blast zone up 50 miles to detect and avoid other
the life of GreggAllman a' company behind "Mid- aimed at sizing up oil and haven't been studied in off the coast. They have marine life, including dol-
week after a freight train night Rider," did not im- gas reserves from Dela- more than three decades, pushed for a delay in the phins; and protections
killed one crew member mediately return phone ware to Florida. and then with equipment environmental guide- for nesting sea turtles,
and injured seven others, a and email messages seek- The Bureau of Ocean that had limited capa- lines until a key study is dolphins and areas where
Savannah city official said ing comment Thursday. Energy Management out- bilities to detect energy completed. right whales congregate.
Thursday. Investigators with the lined that measure and resources hidden below "By failing to consid- The seismic testing uses
Filming of the movie Wayne County Sheriff's other protections intend- the ocean floor. The en- er relevant science, the air guns mounted on
"Midnight Rider," starring Office have released few ed to shield marine life if ergy industry has said the Obama administration's ships to blast sound waves
William Hurt as the Allman details surrounding the the government allows the new, more sophisticated decision could be a death off the ocean bottom. The
Brothers Band singer in his deadly collision about 60 testing, which could be a seismic surveys would not sentence for many ma- testing records geological
later years, was just get- miles southwest of Savan- first step in the develop- only give a better picture rine mammals," said Jac- formations that would in-
ting started when the train nah. Joe Gardner, the lead ment of an offshore oil in- of oil and gas deposits, but queline Savitz, vice presi- dicate gas and oil depos-
crashed into the crew and detective on the case, has dustry in Atlantic waters. also eliminate areas that dent for U.S. Oceans at its. The surveying would
its equipment Feb. 20 on a said the crew had permis- The Obama administra- should rot be drilled. Oceana. likely take a year or more.,
trestle crossingtheAltama- sion to film next to the tiondelayedthescheduled While the industry esti- In a statement, BOEM Environmental groups
ha River in rural Wayne train tracks on property leasing of offshore tracts mates that oil and iatural Director Tommy R Be- have opposed the testing,
County. Sheriff's investiga- owned by Rayonier, the in Virginia and other At- gas development in the audreau said the depart- contending it would be
tors said the film crew had forest products company lantic states following the Outer Continental Shelf ment is committed to harmful and disruptive
permission to be on pri- that has a large paper mill 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of would create hundreds "balancing the need for to sea life. They cite gov-
vate property adjacent to nearby. The tracks belong Mexico. The leasing was of thousands of jobs over understanding offshore ernment estimates that
the train tracks, but not on to CSX Railroad. to begin in 2011 but was the-next couple decades, energy resources with the 138,500 marine mam-
the tracks themselves. "CSX has told me they pushed back to 2017. ocean protection groups protection of the human mals such as dolphins
Following the collision, were aware they were out The seismic testing is contend marine life and marine environment and whales could be
producers requested a per- there, but they did not intended to apply new shouldn't be exposed to using the best available injured.
mit through the Savannah have permission to be on
Film Office to film at a pri- the train tracks," Gardner
vate home in the city next told reporters last week. D ce Philip
week, said William Him- Sheriff's officials said
margren, the film office the crash killed 27-year- Darker chargedU
director working closely old Sarah ElizabethJones,
with the project. But he a camera assistant from,
said theytoldhimWednes- Atlanta. The sheriff's ini-
day night that work on the tial incident report said i f f ^
project was being halted, Jones was on the railroad The Associated Press arrested Wednesday and said surveillance video
at least temporarily, bridge spanning the river charged with aggravated from a neighbor's yard
"They did confirm to me when she was struck by MIAMI The opera- manslaughter and child showed the toddler Carat The FIVE C's
that they're shutting down a passing freight train, tor of a Miami daycare neglect. was unattended for at Color
production," Hammargren Others were "injured either has been charged in the Three-year-old Jona- least a half-hour. It also clarity
said. "I don't know for how by the train or by debris death of a toddler who than Feliciano fell into the showed the child was Cut
long." from production equip- squeezed through a pool Dec. 22. He was left in the water nearly 23 CONFIDENCE:
Hammargren said stop- ment or by a bed that had hole in a pool fence and by his parents at Mayling minutes before being
ping production typically been placed on the trestle drowned after jumping Brache Family Day Care discovered. Marianna's Most
means that a film's crew by the crew," the report into the water. that morning with Gon- Gonzalez remained Trusted Jeweler
is let goand any prior ar- said. The Miami Herald re- zalez. Gonzalez helps run jailed Thursday on a. 1
rangementsforshootingon, No criminal charges have ports that 63-year-old the daycare. $22,500 bond. She didn't Est. 1971
location are scrapped. But been filed. Zobeida Gonzalez was An arrest warrant yet have an attorney. 1 R atSOn

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SUNANDHe said his center em-
SUNLAND PRESENTS Pool .bership was transferred
BLAC HISTORY PROGRAM From Page 1A to another fitness facilit
K T PRowned by the hospital, but
the end of the week but did it's one that doesn't have
not speak further on the a heated pool. He paid in
matter advance to use the pool, as
Jackson Hospital Admin- have others, he says, and
istrator Larry Meese would his money has not been
not take a call directly from refunded for the months it
the Floridan, but issued the hasn't been available. But
following statement he's not really upset about
through spokesperson that; all he wants, he says,
Katharine Dozier: "Cur- is to be able to use the pool
rently, we do not own the again as soon as possible
property.Weareverygrate- and to be given a time-
ful for this gracious gift by frame for its reopening.
Dr. Hoff." He said he was encour-
Dozier was asked to seek aged by word that Hoff
comment from Meese on expects the paperwork to
the potential for reopening be finalized soon. "That's,
the pool, if and when the the most positive news I've
property does coine into heard," Haber said. "It's a
the hospital's possession. step in the right direction."
Meese declined to speak To his knowledge, the
on that issue, according to MFC was the only place
Dozier. in Jackson County which
WallaceHaber,83,islead- has one. He said he's go-
ing the petition drive, say- ing to visit a facility with a
ing he hadbeen led to be- heated pool in Chipley in a
lieve that the center and its few days to see whether he
pool would be losed only and his fellow aquatherapy
a few days. He said there users will be able to work
KRISTIECLOUD/FLORD are more than 70 people in out some sessions there or
the aquatherapy group and at one in Dothan, Ala. He
that he has no doubt all of says he doesn't want the
unland Center presented a program Thursday titled: A Homage to Black History. them would have signed inconvenience of travel, if
the.petition, if they'd been he doesn't' have to resort
Jonnie Mae Williams, a resident at Sunland, performs the hymn "Precious Lord, ppohepe, f tesaid that to that. e t
i Take My Hand" to thunderous applause. everyone he asked, about But with no one giving
S20, have signed so far. him definitive answers
Those reassurances of a about the poolhere, he says
quick return had been re- he feels he has no choice
Siterated as time passed, he but to look elsewhere for
ora leak, he said, turned out than it is to ratchet down," and Jackson County have said, but it has been weeks an alternative.
to bethe result of rsting meaning it's easier to deal been working together to instead of days And in Medicare, he says, pays
From Page 1lA that was occurring at the with a situation when you build. that time, he says, he and three months' worth :-of
bottom of the cylinder, have more resources than Along with Andreasen, his fellow aquatherapy pa- aquatherapyeaciyear, and
Sheriffs Office and area A Hazmat team, plusthe you need than it is to deal Jackson County Fire Res- tients are suffering. They he foots the rest of the bill,
fire :departments. "Ev- bomb squad that is dis- with it when you need cue Assistant Fire Chief want answers, and soon, which 'he acknowledges
eryone was called," Butts patched in tandem with more resources than you Wilfredo Arroyo was on about when or if the pool was minimal asn add-on
said. : that team, was brought in have. the scene in Sneads, put- will reopen. The heIted to his MFC membership.
Her statement from Panama City. Once "We have to treat it as if ting his Hazmat training exercise prescribed by his As he and his friends
continued: the tank in question was it's going to be something," to good use. Andreasen doctor and the physiciansawait an answer, they con-
"While we are always empty, the Hazmat team's he said. said he and Arroyoare treating some of his aqua- tinueto meet for lunch at
very concerned about the robot was used to verify Fortunately for the plant two of five Hazmat tech- therapy friends is crucial least once a month, cel-
safety of our employees that it was safe to trans- employees, citizens of niian with 40 hours of to their well-being, he said. ebrate bithdays, red-letter
and the citizens of our port and it was removed Sneads and emergency re- instruction under their It relieves pain and makes days, and sometimes at-
community, I assure you from the scene. sponders, the leak turned belt. Another five mem- it possible for them to be tend community functions
this was not as serious as it The wastewater treat- out to be closer to nothing bers will soon embark more mobile. He said some together. For instance, sev-
was made out to be." ment plant never lost the than something. on 160 hours of training, people have had to retu eral are going to see "The
What some called a spill, ability to operate during "There was absolutely moving closer to the goal to using their canes, walk- Sound of Music" together
according to Butts, was the incident. no threat to any employ- of having a fhill-fledgedlo- ers and wheelchairs more this week at Chipola Col-
actually a "verytiny, slow Though the strong ees or nearby residents," cal team often since thepool closed lege. For Haber, the sounds
leak." showing from emergency Butts said. In the future, without and that some are clearly of splashing around him in
Reached by phone responders may have Thursday's incident the need to wait for re- geng in wrse general the pool will be music to
Thursday, JCEM Director turned -out to be more did have one. benefit: It sponders from Bay Coun- health. the ears.
RodneyAndreasensaidhis than necessary for whab gave a bit of handson ty, incidents like the one in f ...
agency got a all around Andreasen deemed a "min experience to two mem- Sneads on Thursday could
10 a.m. about a leaking nor" incident as he put it, bers of the local Hazmat be resolved much more nearby worship center, The
cylinder at the site. That "it's harder to ratchet up team the city of Marianna quickly. L Sanctuary, to the location'
SFrom Page' A where the narcotics were
disposed of on Old Cot-
S a *g ad Fla.com are changing all placed under arrest, of- tondale Road, Benbow and
Snow d s that. ficers were able to locate Curry are being charged
Walton County resident a small plastic bag which with possession of mari-
From Page A Sibyl Whitaker could have contained trace amounts of juana with the intent to
Sdriven in on her own, but marijuana, inthe front pas- distribute within 1000 feet
County together aboard she took the tour instead. senger seat of the vehicle. of a worship center. The
the Tammy's Journeys bus "Tammy packs a lot into Due to officers observing two were also charged with
froml Fort Walton, where her toturs. I did a lot more the plastic bag with mari- tampering with physical
the two couples are win- this way than I would have juanain it in plain view, a evidence.
tering asthey have for the probably been able to search of the vehicle was Benbow and Curry were
past several years. even find on my own. Be- conducted. During the both taken to the Jackson
Slivicke is in the area ing part of the tour, I get search, officers located County Correctional Facil-
to visit herAir Force son, to go inside these historic several empty plastic bags ity to await their first ap-
who is stationed at Eglin homes instead ofjust drive scattered throughout the pearance in court.
AFB. This is her first time by and adire." vehicle. But there were more
Sorida, in fact, her first i Even ho lives less Due to the bags being charges to be levied against
time south ofllinois. The than two hours away, was scattered throughout the one of them.
trip inland gave her some- pretty unfamiliar with vehicle, officers began to While being searched by
thing extra to do while Jackson County. "It just canvass the area of Old correctional officers at the
her son and daughter-in- wasn't really publicized," Cottondale Road, where jail Curry was found to be
law are at work. She, like she said. "There's more the vehicle left the road- in possession of crack co-
Jane and Bruce Besse and here than I knew about." way several times. Officers caine. Court documents
Hilde and Dave Douglas, She said she was einjoy- located a large quantity of indicate the crack was lo-
learned about Jackson ing her day and lunching individually wrapped plas: cated inside an orange pill
County as the result of in the bright and cheerful ticbagsalongthesideofthe bottle that was recovered
a visit to Walton County Palm Bistro. roadwaywhich were found from her groin area dur-
by Jackson County Tour- As restaurant owner to contain marijuana. ing the -search. Curry was
ist Development Council Mystie Richards waited Upon conclusion of the subsequently charged with
Director Pam Fuqua. She Winter residents participated ina day tour of some key his- on some of her tour guests investigation of the illegal possession of a controlled
had brought some bro- toric spots in Jackson County on Thursday. Here, they make to pay up at the couriter, narcotics, officers were substance (crack cocaine)
chures there during a pre- a stop at Confederate Park on Lafayette Street in Marianna. she said she has become able to charge Benbow and and introduction of con-
sentation she made at the They also toured Florida Caverns State Park, the St. Luke's a believer in the county's Curry. traband into a correctional
"Winter Guest Fest," a se- Episcopal Church and cemetery, hearingaboutthe Civil War's decision to hire a tourism Dueto the proximity of a facility.
nior convention aimed at Battle of Marianna there, and finished at the RussHouse. director.
educating and welcoming They came in together as part of a day tour with Tammy's When' it was first con-
snowbirds. The Douglas Journeys, a company headquartered in Walton County, sidered, she had doubted Obituaries
couple saw those at one the valie of spending bed
of their Destin Snowbird to the afternoon oftouig Walton County for seveial tax dollars that way, she
Club meetings and de- historic places, and would years, and they came here acknowledged. Now, she hreen
cided to take one of the likely be back again to see mainly to see the ante- sees the merit.Sometimes,
day tripsit promoted. The more of what the county bellum homes and other that makes itself known 0bitarie or
Michigan couple agreed has to offer. historic places. The tour in cold, hard cash."Ab~- Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. d oath noies
that they'd barely heard Jan and Bruce Besse of the cavemrns, she said, lutely," she said as she pre- Your Local Florist and Gifts
of Jackson County in all heard Fuqua talking about was a "delightful bonus." pared to ring out a happy 21 anna
thir 17-: years of coming Jackson County at the They'd been to Wakulla guest at the register. "I've 850-3724456 Floridan as of the
to Florida and were aware same expo and signed Springs, toured the Capi- chatted with them;'they've Michael's Toggery deadlineat4p.m.
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Walton County with an- family members along north Florida. But until them. It's amazing what
othernorth Floridacollege next time. Mrs. Besse said recently, Jackson County's Pam has been able to do
in anannrual appreciation she's sure her husband's profile wasn't very no- with bringingsome ofthe Ei
concert for winter guests. brother and sister-in-law ticeable. The day tours, snowbirds in to see us. It's
The two said they were will want to experience Fuqua's efforts to put bro- a delightful experiece, '
impressed with their cav- Jackson County, when chures in key places, and having them here, and
erms tour Thursday morn- they visit next summer, the TDC'sweb presence at she's accomplished alot in fuaepann e(andcofsideeThis afre
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I)Obama plan aims to improve


odds for young minority men
The Associated Press dent of the United States
of America" has moved
WASHINGTON Presi- to commute sentences
dent Barack Obama on for nonviolent drug of-
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS Thursday launched his fenders, hoping to corn-
First lady Michelle Obama, flanked by enlargements of a "My Brother's Keeper" bat sentencing disparities
proposed nutrition label (left) and a proposed alternate label, initiative, calling on pub- that disproportionately
claps as she speaks in Washington, Thursday. lic and private entities to imprison minorities. His
create more opportunities attorney general, Eric
New food labels for young minority men, Holder, this month en-
and break down social couraged stateJ to repeal
aim to make heathy conditions that keep them laws that permanently bar
ai I IV impoverished and impris- felons from votipg even
Sh oned in disproportionate after they have served
numbers. THEASSOCIATEDPRES their sentences. And
sho ping e si r Under Obama's initia- White House Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett listens as Presi- Obama identified person-
e tive, businesses, founda- dent Barack Obama speaks in the State Dining Room of the ally with the issue lastyear
The Associated Press anniversary. On Tuesday, tions and community White House in Washington. when- he declared, after
she announced new Agri- groups would coordinate asingle-parenth6usehold, the book of Genesis in the acquittal of George
WASHINGTON Ice culture Department rules their investments to come and has said he and some the Bible, where God asks Zimmerman, thatTrayvon
cream lovers beware: The that would reduce market- up with, or support, pro- members of his staff were Cain, the son of Adam Martin, the black teenager
government knows you're ing of less-healthful foods grams that keep youths challenged and* tempted and Eve, for the location killed -in an encounter
unlikely to stop after half in schoolis :u ool and out of the by the same societal ills of his brother Abel, who with Zimmermanin Flor-
a cup. The new labels wouldbee crinal justice system, plaguing younger genera- Cain had killed. In som ida, "could havebeen1me
Newputrition labels pro- less cluttered. FDA Com- while improving their tions ofminority males. versions,. Cain replies~'35yearsago. :
posed Thursday for many missioner Margaret Ham- access to higher educa- The White House listed "Am I my brother's keep- The White House has
popular foods, including burg called them "a more tion. Several foundations a litany of facts showing er?" Obama has quoted been" strongly criticized
ice cream, aim to more user-friendlyversion." pledged at least $200 mil- the need for the effort: those Bible verses several by -some civil rights
accurately reflect what But they are probably lion over five years to pro- The unemployment rate times during his presi- leaders for not doing
people actually eat. And several years away. The mote that goal. for African-American men dency, saying Americans enough to address gn-
the proposal would make FDA will take comments Meanwhile, Obama over the age of 20 was 12 should look out for each erations of disadvantge
calorie counts on labels on the proposal for- .9 signed.: a presidential percent last month, com- other. 'bine by the Afran-
more prominent, too, re- days, and a final rule ould memorandum ;creating pared with 5.4 percent for The president, who fa- American communityBut
flecting that nutritionists take another year. Onceit's a government-wide task white men. Hispanic men mously said "I'm not things ae changing, said
now focus more on calo- final, the agenc has pro- forc to evaluate the ef- over the age of 20 faced an the president of black NAACP Interim President
ries than fat. posed giving industrTtwo fectiveness of various. ap- unemployment rate of 8.2 America. I'm the presi- Lorraine Miller.
For the first time, labels years to comply. proaches, so..thatdfederal percent. The U.S. Census
also would be required The agency projects food and .local governments, Bureau showed a pov-
to list any sugars that are companieswill haveto pay community groups and erty rate of 27.2 percent
added by manufacturers. ,around $2 billion to revise businesses will have best in black households and
In one example of the labels. Companies have re- practices to follow in the 25.6 percent for Hispanic
change, the estimated sistedsome'of the changes future. An online "What househlds in 2012, cor-
serving size for ice cream in the past, including list- Works" portal will po- parewith 2.7 percent
would jump from a half ing added sugars, but the vide public access to data white and 11.7 percent in
cup to a cup, so the calorie industry is so far withhold- about programs that im- Asian households.
listing dn the label would ing criticism. prove outcomes for young Those already working
double as well. Pamela Bailey of the minority men. to better the lives ofyoung
The idea behind the Grocery Manufacturers Valerie Jarrett, a senior minority men called
,change, the first overhaul Association, the industry White House adviser, Thursday's announce-
of the. labels in two de- group that represents the said Thursday marks the ment an "unprecedented
cades, isn't that the govern- nation's largest food com- startof an effort that the moment," to have the
ment thinks people should panies, called the proposal president and first lady White Hous publicly al-
be eating twice as much; a "thoughtful review." Michelle Obaia plan to lied withtheir cause.-,
it's that they should under- It is still not yet clear undertake "for the rest of "The president of the
stand how many calories what the final labels will their lives." United States has never h um i n lu eb
are in what they already look like. The FDA offered "That's a moral, social taken a stand suggesting.
are eating. The Food and two labels in its proposal responsibility that tthey that our naion mobilize
Drug Administratin says -one thatlookssimilar to feel will transcend the its resources to improve
that, by law, serving sizes the current ersion but is time that he's president," opportunity for this
must be based on actual' shoreraid ldarerandan- rarettsaid. 'poptiti said Gail C.-
consumption, 'not some other tat groups the nu'-" Obama~ s pledge~totake (hnstopher, vice presi-
ideal. trients into a "quick: facts" action tame during his dent of program strategy
"Our guiding principle category for thigs like fat, State of the Union ad- at the W.K Kellogg Foun T
here is very'simple, that carbohydrates, sugars and dress lastmonth, when he dation, which focuses its
you as a parent and a con- proteins. i 'warned that young, black resources, on vulnerable S
sumer should be able to There also would be an menface "especially tough children who face poverty
walkintoyourlocalgrocery "avoid too much" category odds to stay on track and and discrimination.
store, pick up an item off for saturated fats, trans reach their full potential." The phrase "my broth-
the shelf and be able to tell fats, cholesterol, sodium Obama himself grew up in er's keeper" comes from
whether it's good for yopr and added sugar, and a
family" said first lady Mi- "get enough" section with l
chelle Obama, who joined vitamin D, potassium, cal-
the FDA in announcing the cium, iron and fiber. Potas-
proposed changes at the sium and vitamin D would
White House. be additions, based on cur
Mrs. Obama made the rent thinng that Amri
announcement as part of cans aren't getting enough
her Let's Move initiative of those nutrients. Vitamin
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LEFT: Malone Tigers
players celebrate
their winning of the
2014 FHSAA class
1A Boys Basketball
Championship game at
the Lakeland Center in
Lakeland on Thursday.
BELOW: Malone Tiger
(11) Chai Baker (left)
drives to the basket as
Hamilton County Trojan
(23) Shaquille Williams,
(right) defends during
the 2014 FHSAA Boys
Basketball lA final at
the Lakeland Center in
Lakeland on Thursday.
Malone defeated
Hamilton County with
78-61.
PHOTOS BY YOSHITAKA HAMADA/THE LAKELAND LEDGER
Tigers take No. 14 thanks to

44-point performance by Baker
BY DUSTIN KENT doesn't seem real. It seemed like
dkent@jcfloridan.com an elusive goal. It's hard to pro-
cess it all right now," Malone
For the first time since 1998, coach Steven Welch said after
the Malone Tigers are state the game. "(After the game), we
champions in boys basketball. started talking about all the guys
After disappointing defeats in we've had who didn't win one,
the regional finals the last two all of those boys that put it all
seasons, the Tigers made their in. Obviously they didn't win it,
third straight charge at state the but I feel like they're a part of it.
charm with a 78-61 victory over I get real emotional about that
the Hamilton County Trojans on stuff more than the winning. My
Thursday in Lakeland. finger will get fat one day and I
Chai Baker scored a career- won't be able to wear the ring,
high 44 points and grabbed 14 butIwill always remember all of
rebounds to lead Malone, with those guys and I'll remember all
Antwain Johnson scoring 17 of of these guys."
his 19 points in the second half The win came at the expense of
to help the Tigers pull away. a Trojans team that had the look
The win gives the Tigers their of a championship squad in its
14th state championship in 85-48 dismantling of Chipley in
school history and atones for a Wednesday's semifinals.
pair of disappointing regional. Hamilton County star- guard
final losses to eventual state Kevin McClain had 24 points and
champions Chipley in 2012 and five assists in that win and scored
Holmes County in 2013.
"It hasn't really sunk in. It See CHAMPIONS, Page 4B



LADY INDIANS HOST toIo b ounmac

SFAULM ER STATE S try to bounce


back withbusy weekend
BY DUSTIN KENT The two losses featured nine Chipola errors,
dkent@jcfloridan.com with coach Jeff Johnson saying Thursday that
he believes his players started to
The Chipola Indians will return home to- believe some of their own hype sur-
day looking to bounce back-to-back losses last rounding the team's 10-2 start to the
weekend, playing a doubleheader against Grand season.
Rapids in the first two of a five-game weekend "I think we kept reading the head-
series. lines a little too much," he said. "We had no in-
The Indians (11-4) will play at 11 a.m. and 2 tensity or will to win, and we matched up against
p.m. today before playing another doubleheader a team that was hungry to win and they kind of
with Grand Rapids on Saturday at 1 and 4 p.m. outfought us a little bit. I hope welearned from
and finishing up Sunday with a 1 p.m:. start. it because it's only two weeks before conference
DANIELWILLIAMS/FORTHEFLORIDAN Chipo!a hopes for a better outing than it had play starts and we're going to have to make some
Chipola's Jenna Reeves hits a pitch during a game this season. The Lady last weekend when Gordon State came into strides to get to where we know how to play to be
Indians(14-8) will look to build on a three-ganme winning streak when they Chipola Field and beat the Indians two out of
play host to Faulkner State on Saturday at 1 and 3 p.m. three. See INDIANS, Page 4B

Medarma BDasebaf

Bulldogs host crucial district contest against West Florida
BY DUSTIN KENT seed and a first round matchup good as they were last year, but ing in league play. five runs in 19 innings during
dkent@jcfloridan.com with defending state champion they're still pretty good." "We've got to play better. Right the three-game losing streak and
Pensacola Catho- Regardless of what district now, we're searching to find have struggled to find consistent
The Marianna Bulldogs will lic in the district matchups may lie ahead, if the some consistency in what we offensive production thus far.
play a crucial District 1 contest tournament. Bulldogs don't raise their level of do,"' Martin said. "We've had to Martin said the lack of hitting
when they welcome West Florida "It's obviously a play from what it has been thus replace a lot of people with a has perhaps caused the Bulldogs
Jaguars to Bulldog Field tonight big game," Bulldogs far, it may not matter. lot of guys in new positions and to press a bit in other aspects of
at 6p.m. coach Carlan Martin said Thurs- Marianna won its regular sea- we're still kind of feeling ourway the game, with the Walton loss
Marianna (1-3 overall, 0-2 in day. "It's huge for us because son-opener .9-1 over Liberty along. It just takes a little bit featuring some mistakes that the
district) is looking to avoid an finishing fourth in the district County, butlosses of 8-2 to Mos- of time, but it's still early in the coach said left him perplexed af-
0-3 start to league competi- is probably going to lock you ley, 11-1 to Pensacola Catholic, season and we're not hitting the ter the fact.
tion that would put the Bull- into playing Catholic in the first and 10-2 to Walton have fol- panic button."
dogs on the fast track to a No. 4 round. They may not be quite as lowed, with the latter two com- The Bulldogs have scored just See BULLDOGS, Page 4BL






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Sports Briefs Huntington College


SFormer Bulldog signs with school
at Marianna, 6 p.m.;,
Cen atMalone, 6 BY SHEUAMADER Montgomery, Ala. and the academics there ended after his freshman tington recruited him for
Floridan Correspondent After considering offers are good." year. defensive end or defensive
4p.m. ad 6 from other schools, Carr Carr was born and raised Carr covered a multitude tackle.
p.m.; Snead We Former Marianna High said he felt Huntington inMariannauntilhissenior of roles while at Marianna Carr was one of 20 out
thka, 4 a 6:30m. School football player Mi- was the best fit for him. year when he transferred including center, offensive of 24 seniors signing col-
Saurd ari cah Carr has made it of- "Huntington is where to Godby High in Tallahas- and defensive tackle, de- lege scholarships from
sonAcaey, ficial that he will continue I really want to be. It is see due to a change in his fensive end, and tight end Godby.
7 p.. his football playing days closer to home than some mother's work for the Bulldogs. Car's grandmother
at the next level, signing of the other schools," he He began playing varsity At Godby, he was the Carole Avery and father
to; play with Division-III said. "The coaches and for Marianna High after starting left tackle and Bobby Carr reside in
Sfll Huntington College in school staff were all great the junior varsity season nose guard, though Hun- Marianna.





6 Eagles agree to deals with more players
S The Associated Press

PHILADELPHIA- Keep-
for five games against ing key parts of their of-
fense together for a long
with a doubleheader time is clearly a prior-
S a and 2 ity for the Philadelphia
Sand aain Sat- Eagles.
ur t p. ad The NFC East champi-
p., foowed by a ons agreed to a five-year
contract with wide re-
ceiver Riley Cooper and a
seven-year deal with cen-
ter Jason Kelce on Thurs-
day. They gave All-Pro
SThe nu left. tackle Jason Peters a
Grwans Club new five-year deal a day
SMemo- earlier.
Sgolf tou "It's a great reflection
e hed ach a of ownership, a credit to
Sd L s Cun Jeffrey Lurie for the flex-
ibility to do what we need
Sfour-perto be successful," general
e w s a 8 manager Howie Roseman
said.
awarded for first, seCooper would've become
Sa a free agent next month
re i a b a after a breakout season in
st Driv s which lie set career highs
sest t te in receptions (47), yards
Contests. receiving (835) and touch-
The entr e is downs (eight). His deal is
$0 and lunch be worth $25 million over five
oded. Po ds .years with about $10 mil-
from the annual glion guaranteed, according
tour nauen ill b t to a person familiar with
teGrceville Kwanis the contract wo poke
's speia pi on conditio of anonym-
ects and scholahity rbecauise terms weren't
progrmn announced.
S "nRileyis one ofthe tough- THEASSCAD PRESS E
est and hardest-working Phladelphia Eagles-offensive tackle Jason Peters speaks with members of the media after practice at the team's training
gs in or ocker roo" facility in Philadelphia on June4, 2013.
Bank of Graceville. guys in our locker room,
For more informa coach Chip Kelly said. "We because I wanted to be ing whilesetting a franchise ings won't affect the won the NFC East title in
Stalk a lot about how play- here," he said. "I wanted record for points (442). team's draft plans. The Kelly's first season as coach
Chadwell at 85ers have to make the most to be in Philly from the "Jasonis the epitome of Eagles shifted their focus after going 4-12in2012.
So of thei opportuities, and get-go." the type of player we want from drafting for needs to Cooper blossomed in
at he did just that last year. Kelcewas signed through around here, bth on and drafting the best players his first season as a starter
He used his 'size, strength 2016, and the new deal off the field," Kelly said. available on the board a after Jeremy Maclin went
and speed to make a lot adds four years to his con- "He's tough, extremely in- couple years ago. The re- down for the season with
of big plays. for our team tract. Overall, it's worth telligent and is a leader sults have been successful a knee injury in camp. Ma-
and I'm excited to watch $37.5 million with $13 mil- by his actions and by his picks. clin, a former first-round
i e him build upon his lion guaranteed, according words. His athleticism 'A lot has changed since pick, is scheduled to be a
S success." to the person familiar with is something that really 2011, starting with team free agent, but the Eagles
t. The Cooper has come a long the deals. sticks out when you watch philosophy," Roseman are hoping to bring him
mail d s fr te way since leaving the Ea- "The numbers just him play. There aren't said. "I'm proud of the back.
gles for three days during sounded right," Kelce said. many centers that can process we've developed "He fits into our chem-
training camp after using a Kelce was part of an of- get down the field like he to set ourselves u'p to istry and what we're try-
racial slur. fensive line that helped the does." contend." ing to do," Roseman
"I didn't test free agency Eagles lead the NFL in rush- Roseman said the sign- The Eagles were 10-6 and said.

NFL Briefs
Scottsdale police: have re-signed defensive of the families of Daniel
Incognitodamaged lineman Chris Baker to a Abreu and Safiro Furtado.
Incognito damaged three-year contract with Each seeks $6 million.
own car $12 million. The menwere sitting inan
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. The deal announced SUVinthe city's SouthEnd
Police checking on Thursday includes $4 mil- in July2012 when another
reported damage to a lion of guaranteed money; SUVpulled up and someone
car belonging to Richie Baker has spent two inside opehed fire.
Incognito, the player at seasons with the Redskins, Nobody has been crimi-
the center of the Miami playing in 29 games. He nally charged with their
Dolphins'bullying scan- started the final three deaths, but Hernandez
dal, say Incognito told an games last season after has been identified by
officer he did the damage Stephen Bowen was side- police as a suspect.
himself, lined with a knee injury. The 24-year-old Hernan-
Sgt.,Mark Clark says Baker has played both dez is being held without
the Dolphins guard took tackle and end on the bail after pleading not
responsibility when police defensive line, and he'll be guilty to murder in the un-
contacted him Thursday. a possible contender for a related death of 27-year-
He says police first regular starting job at end old Odin Lloyd in North THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
went to Incognito's home in the team's 3-4 align- Attleborough. Former New England football player Aaron Hernandez (right) speaks to his attorney Charles
Wednesday after being ment under new coach Jay From wire reports Rankin during a hearing at Bristol Superior Court on Feb. 7 in Fall River, Mass.
contacted byTMZ Sports Gruden, especially with
and being given a photo of both Bowen and Adam t 11"1 1 I
a black Ferrari with several Carriker recoveringfrom Aft i..
dents in its hood. major injuries. p w
Clark says further details The 26-year-old Baker
are unavailable because was undrafted out of
no report was filed Hampton. He played with Health Life Employee Benefits
because no crime was Denver and Miami before
reported. He says Scotts- joining the Redskins in Health Care Reform
dale police are done with 2012.
the matter. Open Enrollment Ends
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NFL


McAdoo wants Giants to


play solid, smart offense

The Associated Press McAdoo said the Giants would use
some aspects of the West Coast offense,
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. Ben but not all. He probably will use more
McAdoo plans to mix and match what screen passes than Gilbride, try to ex-
he learned with the Green Bay Packers pand the role of the tight end and de-
with parts of the Kevin Gilbride's play- mand that his running backs block for
book in coming up with a new offense Manning.
for the NewYork Giants. The revised offense willbe determined
Speaking with media on Thursday for over the next few months and tweaked
the first time since being appointed as once the players and Manning start us-
the Giants' offensive coordinator last ing it.
month, McAdoo sounded similar to ""Really as the offseason and training
coach Tom Coughlin in stressing the camp .goes on, every offensive system
importance of playing smart, tough and tailors toward the strength of the start-
THEASSOCIATD PRESS error-free football. ing quarterback, what he does well and
Carolina Panthers offensive tackle Jordan Gross greets now former teammate Steve Smith The 36-year-old former Packers quar- he doesn't do well in the pass game,"
after Gross' news conference to announce his retirement after 11 seasons in Charlotte, N.C., terback coach didn't lay out much of McAdoo said. "The runs are directly re-
on Wednesd a. his offense, in large part because the lated to the runners. At the end of the
Giants (7-9) have so many question day, -your system is built around your
Smarks heading into next season. Much personnel, not the other way around."
Sof his time on Thursday was spent with This will be McAdoo's first' job as an
Coughlin and the other coaches on the offensive coordinator, so he also will be
S to improve a team that ranked 28th in "I'm confident. I've been groomed for
iteh s fi t rey u a o nh e r tper game (18.4) in 2013. thing that we train our coaches and our












athe ab r (375 and peaoit tho cea cachesanoinds teers oin wdat se'rd gInt somte-
McAdoo has outstanding credentials, quarterbacks for. We've done it in Green
The Associated Press Smith plans to meet with said. "We have to create having worked with Packers coach Mike Bay and it's something that I feel very
generalmanager Dave Get- space and we know that McCarthyand quarterbackAaronRodg- confident about. I'm excited for the op-
CHARLOITE, N.C.-One tleman in the next weekor We are in a tough'position ers. Gree Bay's offense wasthird in the portunity, but at theendf theday, play
longtime Carolina Panther so to determine what his right now ard (our front league in yards a game (400.3) and tied calling isnt just about one guy pulling
called it quits on Wednes-' future holds. office) is working veryhard for eighth in scoring (26.1 points). plays out of a hat. It's the process that
day, while another may be It's unclear at this point if on it. It's about making sure Eli Manning i coming offa season in you go through during the week.
headed out the door behind the Panthers want Smith to we have the right situation which he threw a career-high 27 inter- "A lot of it has to do with game plan-
him. take a pay cut. so that we can go forward." ceptions. Running back David Wilson ning and has to do with ranking plays
Offensive tackle Jordan Carolina has already re- The press conference is returning from a nek injury. The line in the plan. Everyone's involved with
Gross, who started a fran- structured the contracts of for Gross was attended by is old and banged up and receiver Ha- it, not just coaches, not just the head
chise-record 167 games linebacker Thomas Davis, team owner Jerry Richard- keem Nicks is a free agent and might coach but the players as well."
during 11 seasons with the center Ryan Kalil and run- son and more than three notbe back. McAdoo's believe he can chagethings
Panthers, officially retired ning back Jonathan Stew- dozen former teammates, 'At this point we're starting to build with an offense that featuires Manning
at a news conference at the art this offseason to create coaches and members of what we're going to look like," McAdoo and receiverVictor Crz.
stadium. Afterward, coach cap space. the training staff said. "Every offensive system is its own The biggest question mark for the Gi-
Ron Rivera was non-comi- The Panthers need to Gross looked more like living, breathing organism. At the end ants might be the offensive line. Right
mittal on whether star create cap room to sign a tight end than an offen- of the day, you have to make sure you're guard Chris Snee and center David Baas
wide receiver Steve Smith quarterback Cam Newton sive lineman at the presi flexible enough.It dependson what type are coming off injuries. Left tackle Will
will be back with the team to a long-term contract conference, already having of personnel you feed it to see what it's Beatty broke a leg in the regular-sea-
next season. extension and also need to dropped 25 pounds from goingto looklike.It's a littleearly toknow onfinale. Guard Kevin Boothe is afree
'A lot of it will have to do make a decision soon on his. regular playing weight what we're goingto look like right now." agent and veteran David Diehl retired.
with what our situation the future of defensive end of 305.
and circumstances are go- Greg Hardy, who'll be an An emotional Gross pre-
ing to be," Rivera said when unrestricted free agent. sented a slideshow with
asked directly about Smith's Restructuring contracts some of his favorite photos
future. "Ithink as we go for- has become commonplace through the yearsc of-
ward, just whatthe role is in the Gettleman regime. ten making flshi of him-
going to be we'll see." He restructured' seven self along the way. He got
Rivera said the Panthers contracts last season, in- choked up when he got
need to clear salary cap cluding Gross' deal. to a picture of team's of-
room and said free agency "I didn't )like you very fensive linemen and then
may determine what hap much last offseason but I agairi when he saw a photo
pens with Smith. got over that," Gross said of Smith jumping into hi
Smith, the franchise's all- jokingly to Gettleman dur- arms during the Super
time -leader in receptions ing his news conference. Bowl.
and touchdowns, is under Rivera said hie believes After Gross finished
contractthrough2016but is Smith wants to play for speaking he got a huge
set to cost $7 million under Carolina next season. surprise when a Charlotte-
the 2014 NFL salary cap. "My understanding is based barbershop quartet



was present at Gross' re- ing coming out and talking retirement press confer-
tirement news conference about where we're going, ence," Gross said with a
but declined to discuss his and how we're going to. get laugh.
own future. there," Rivera said. "We Gross, who was drafted
"This is Jordan's day," know what we want to do. by the Panthers in the
Smith said. "We're not dis- We are working on plans." first round in 2003, said
cussingme." Smith had 64 receptions he made his mind to re-
Gross and Smith were for 745 yards and four tire midway through, last
the only two players on last touchdowns last season. season. He notified the THEASSOCIATEDPRESSFILE
year's roster who played "I think a lot has to do Panthers of his inten- This is a 2012 photo showing BenMcAdog of the Green Bay Packers. McAdoo, hired as the
for Carolina's Super Bowl with not just free agency sions before the Scouting new offensive coordinator for the New York Giants, talked to the media for the first time
team in 2003.. but our own rester," Rivera Combines. Thursday since being hired in January to replace Kevin Gilbride.

NFL.Briefs

Rangers don't plan for fromthe Rockies in the first Hall of Fame Game Kilgore have agreed to a With veteran centerJona- Niners general manager
flson to get at.4.t Triple-A portion of base- in 1962 and followed with three-year contract exten- than Goodwin set to be- Trent Baalke said in a state-
ball's draft at the winter three other trips to Canton sion through the 2017 come an unrestricted free ment that Kilgore's dealis
SURPRISE, Ariz.- The meetings in December. to play in the preseason season, agent, Kilgore could take "another example of our
Texas Rangers have no classic (1972, 1985, and The 49ers announced over the starting center rOle philosophy to extend the
plans to put Super Bowl- 2002). Buffalo will be the deal Thursday. next season. Goodwin has contracts of our own young
winning quarterback Rus- Giants, Bills to play in playing for the fourth time San Francisco elected started every game for the players."
sell Wilson at the plate. Hall of Fame game (1974, 1989, and 2009). Kilgore in the fifthround 49ers the last three seasons
Manager of the 2011 draft out of under coach Jim Harbaugh. From wire reports
hgtonssays il i n3 Krgre hs pary Can I get help paying
good idea to preseason inthe Hall of eayenfionmgetthelpapaying
let Wilson Fame game in Canton, Ohio. SAN FRANCISCO The playoff games the last two r my health insurance9
hit in an The league announced San Francisco 49ers and seasons. He has split time fo
exhibition Thursday the matchup for offensive lineman Daniel at guard and center.
Wilson game. Wash- the Aug. 3 game. '/ "
ington says Wilson hasn't The contest will be played U .ou
seen any pitches and that a day after the Hall of Fanme w"w
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College Basketball Champions give the Tigers a 43-33 lead with 3:51 in
Sthe third.
From Page lB Johnson then hit a jumper, two more
K U | S l l^T hT l l 1free throws, and added another driving
K coach S elf t iks 25 points to lead the Trojans on bucket as part of 12-point quarter to lift
Thursday, including 10 in the first Malone to a 56-41 lead going into the
quarter. fourth.
SMcClain's early exploits helped lift Baker scored on a pretty spin move out
his team to an 18-10 lead, but Malo- of the post and finish at the rim to start
ne stormed back with an 11-0 run the fourth, with a pair of free throws lat-
The Associated Press nine of which came from Baker er making it 60-41.
to go in front early in the second Hamilton County used an 8-0 run
LAWRENCE, Kan. period. featuring a three from Jeremiah Lee,
Kansas coach Bill Self be- Baker had 14 points in the first pe- a bucket from Shaquille, and a three-
lieves that unbeatenWich- riod and added 11 more in the second point play from McClain on a nice fast-
ita State deserves a No. 1 in what was a spectacular offensive break finish to cut the margin to 12 with
seed in the NCAA tourna- display, as the 6-foot-4 senior made '4:32 remaining.
ment if it beats Missouri three three-pointers including a But Johnson answered with an-
State on Saturday and then four-point play while also scor- other slashing drive through the lane
wins the Missouri Valley ing on a series of half-court drives for two, with Baker knocking in two
tournament. to the basket and athletic transition free throws, and Johnson again scor-
That doesn't mean he's finishes. ing at the rim after breaking through
changed his stance on His six straight points to close the half the Hamilton County press to make it
scheduling the Shockers. put the Tigers up 31-29, with Baker scor- 70-54.
The subject is brought THEASSOCIATED PRESS ing on a bank shot and a layup to start Moments later, Baker hit two more
up at least a few times ev- Kansas head coach Bill Self yells during the game against the second half to give Malone a six- free throws after drawing the fifth
eryyear, and was broached Texas last Saturday in Lawrence, Kan. Kansas won 85-54. point edge. foul on McClain to effectively seal the
again Thursday. Self said Duke and Georgetown in ing matchup this season. It was a recurring theme all after- victory.
he'll continue to schedule places such as Chicago The fifth-ranked Jay- noon, the senior Oregon State signee Baker finished the day 12-of-22
games solely in the best and NewYork. hawks are 22-6 and have getting into the paint and scoring or from the field, 3-of-8 from the three-
interest of Kansas, which "I don't want to say nev- already wrapped up a getting to the foul line seemingly at point line, and 17-of-22 from the
means home games to pad er, but I mean, we're pretty share of their 10th straight will. foul line to get his career-high 44
the coffers and road games locked into what we're try- Big 12 title. The No. 2 Welch, who hal coached Baker since points and cement his legacy as one
in places advantageous to ing to do from a schedul- Shockers are 30-0, and his first year on the varsity as an eighth of the great players in Malone Tigers
recruiting. ing standpoint, and that's with one more win will be- grader, has seen dozens of dynamic per- history.
So rather than a danger- not a knock on anybody," come the first team since formances from Baker over the years, "I knew that my team needed me and
ous game just down the Self said. "We're going to St. Joseph's in 2004 to enter but the coach put Thursday's right at I just went out there and played," Baker
road from Lawrence, the schedule strictly based on their conference tourna- the top. said after the game. "I was feeling it in
Jayhawks prefer to face what we feel is best for us." ment with an unblemished "For a kid that has made so many the first half and when I'm feeling it like
marquee names such as It sure would be an entic- mark. plays in his career to save the great- that, it just feels like the basket gets big-
est for the last, I can hardly even talk ger. I just tried to keep going to the bas-
about it. The kid is just a warrior," he ket and do what I do and let the game
B ulld s because they don't feel like dogs coach, said. come to me. Then I looked up at the
SLU IJV f they've started for several "They're a good baseball "He put these boys on his back end and saw I had 44 points. I was just
FromPageB years or been one of our program. (Jaguars coach and he put me on his back and got happy as a senior that I was able to put
From Page better players," he said. Marc Conti) has been it done. He just hit big shot after big my team on my back. Ijust wanted to go
"It was just one of those "But everybody has differ- there from the start of the shot and willed his team to a victory. out there and fight for them and play for
games where you scratch ent ways they can provide program and does a real I've heard about stuff like that before; them. I just wanted to cherish this mo-
your head. We deserved to leadership. We're just kind good.job," the coach said. but I had never seen it like that from ment and go out and get the win for all
lose the ballgame. Every- of sitting back and watch- "Every scouting report I've one of my guys. He just willed us to a of us."
thing went against us," he ing everybody else instead got is that they're good de- championship. Johnson added eight rebounds and
said. "It's just something of taking charge. We've got fensively, and while they "I couldn't be prouder of a kid, and I four assists to his 19 points, while
we've got to work through. a bunch of good kids, nice don't have any real aces on still think he's a better person than he is sophomore Xavier Gray had six points
It's not that the guys aren't kids who aren't a lot of the pitching staff, they give a player." and grabbed a crucial 14 rebounds
trying hard or working trouble. We're just trying to them a chance to win. De- Baker has formed a productive part- including eight offensive boards
hard." get them to step up." fensively, they do a good nership with Johnson all year, with both -to help the Tigers win the rebound-
The coach said that the Senior left-hander job of making routines coming into Thursday averaging over ing battle 47-37 against the bigger
team is still trying to find a Hayden Hurst is likely to and they're pretty scrappy. 20 points per game for the season, but Trojans.
way to replace the leader- get the start on the mound That's what I expect out-of his junior running mate struggled in the Alonze Bailey also had seven points,
ship void left by the depar- for MHS against a West them." first half with just two points on 1-of-8 seven rebounds, and three assists for
tures of seniors like Brad Florida (4-4, 1-1) team Marianna will end the shooting. Malone.
Middleton, Mason Mel- new to the district but a week Saturday with a Johnson turned it around in the third Williams had 16 points for the Tro-
vin; Taylor Strauss, and JT program familiar to Mar- trip to Dothan to take quarter, however, hitting '3-of-4 free jans, who ended their season at
Meadows. tin after facing them early on Houston. Academy at 'throws before knocking in a three- 20-9.
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Comanion, sc ule yr day Over 275 ls *, Shots required A lls
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Tropical Costa Rica 8 nghts, 9 days
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Spring Chase Subd.7am-2pm Sat. March 1st r .. ...6 = I Dental Office seeking motivated, team player
Clothes, VHS, DVDs, CDs, electronics, tools, Bahla seed for sale 4 with excellent people skills for
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This cute little building 1993 50. Convertible Chevy 2010 Silverado, 4 door, 54K miles,
just south of US 90 Triple Black, 5sp. AC, PL, On-star, Bluetooth, Weathertech mats.
Sbetween Caledonia and PW, PS, CC 94,020 mi. Retiring and must sell. $23,500. 334-585-5288
; ^,--. McPherson Sts for sale : $4900. OBO 334-397-4881
or lease once again! 2002 Chrysler Sebring convertible, tan in color, White 2 wheel drive 4 door
New CH&A system to help keep your energy good condition, good tires, $1750. V6, tow package, new
: costs down. No need to be stuck in a strip 334-726-6620. NO CALLS AFTER 9 pm Please Michelin tires,
Small. Have your own office/business build- 2006 Nissan Sentra 4-door Sedan, 93,751 miles, Excellent condition. 46,000 miles.
Sing. Surprising low low market rates. $69,900 27 mpg, good cond. tan int & ext auto-trans, $22,800 334-693-4987 or 796-5919
www.iceriversprings.com James M. (Robby) Roberts Jr, Broker power steering, AM/FM stereo, rear spoiler &
: Prudential Jim Roberts Realty : cold AC $4800. 850-2092502 WA A O
Since our inception in 1995, Ice River Springs 850-482-4635 Ext. 207 Antique Chevorlet 1974 Malibu 350 engine runs
has grown rapidly by offering a high quality, ................................ good, heat & air works good, needs carpet CA T E
competitive product with excellent O:L OM F Twork. $2800.334-405-5308 CALL FR TP
customer service. Ice River Springs now GOT BADCREDIT? P FOR JUNK VEHICLES
operates ten plants in North America. 2/1 elec. heat & air in Alford $380. mo + dep. $99. RIDE TODAY
Each of these facilities is dedicated to the 850-579-8882/850-209-1664 Already fled Taxes I ALSO SELL USED PARTS
community in which it operates. We are 2/1 14 ft. elec, heat & air. Alford on Mil Rd. Call StevePopeToday
now accepting resume's for the following $450. mo. & dep. 850-573-1851 334-83- 24 HOUR TOWING l 334-792664
position located in our Marianna FL. facility: 2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. Repo pass b ptcy
lit A urane r $500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. SLOW CREDIT OK -SS[ &VAOK Do you need CASH?
Quality Assurance SuperVisor http://www.charloscountryliving.com. Sell us your semi Junk car OR Junk car.
Only $57. to turn on power 850-209-8847 Lexus 2007 RX350 Silver in color, new tires, sun Truck, semis, semi trailers &
We Offer* roof, leather int very clean, this is avery sharp farm equipment Pick Up
Cm ie wge s 2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes car104K miles, exc. cond. $14,000. 334-791-9407 7 days a week 7am 8pm 334200-6487.
Competite wages in Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 | ncoln/Mercury Tracer 1991 with 44K miles Tle or n uthaw allows.
Excellent Benefit package original miles, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue NO LIEN VEHICALS 4
Bonuses Programs 3/2 on private land, Hwy 90 Grand Ridge matalic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-701-0010. .m -
Clean and safe work environment partly furnished, all utilities included Mustang 2000 saleen Convertible, V-8, 5 speed, Got a Clunker
S4$800. mo. 850-5570112. black, Boria Exht. Must See very nice We'll be your Junker!
$9000. OBO 334-797-7420. We' beu r Juked -
Qualified candidates are invited to submit 3BR M e H s in C a T a 03 Colla S t h y We buy wrecked cars p
Q d3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. Toyota 2003 Corolla Sport wht, 4 cylAT, and Farm i at
their resumes via email to: NO PETS. CH&A. All Power, runs excellent, $5800. OBO fair and ho t rie
hrmrianana@iceriversprings.com Starting at $500 per month 334-797-7420. $25& Complte Cars
Call 850-258-1594 Toyota 2005 Camry LE Gray int. & ext. 268,493
Ice River Springs is an EOE If no answer please leave message. mile, ( mostley Interstate miles) good cond. CALL 334-7146285
Marianna area 2/2 Mb Hm. in park CH&A auto trans, power doors, windows & drivers


Police Department
T| rla W la A^IAA I water, sewage No Pets or Smoking Ref. Req. seat, cruise control, rear spoiler, cold AC,
The C hattahoochee 1 st & last $500. mo. 850-482-8333 25 mpg. $4500.850-209-2502.

is advertising an open position o 2 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic:
forarage kept, nice bike, 24,000miles. Two-tone
for a Full'Time FAMS LAND, T-IMBER Iblue. $10,200. 334-794-5296 or 334-596-5098
Dispatcher/Clerk 373 acres Santa Rosa County, FL $2,200/acre 2009 Harley Davidson
an mcfier the Larson & McGowin Properties Broker, 334-734- Heritage Softail Classic.
Applicants must be certified through the 1382. www.larsonmgowinproperties.com In excellent condition and
driven less than 2000 R o
Department of Health as a mies Beautiful custom
Public Safety Telecommunicator. .arge Brick Home 3/2 with 10 acres color: Black/blue Ice. Color changes from blue
The position provides administrative country secluded area $160,000 $25,000. down & rp r
SUpport for the Chief of Police. $700. mo. Owner Fin. Avail. 850-526-4283. 334-565-3565. Local inquiries only. 3347261250 or
Prior experience with Suzuki 2003 Volusia 800 excellent condition, d 9
office management preferred. $2800. OBO 850-209-395
Applications may be acquired from
Chattahoochee City Hall or 1984 16ft. Bass Tracker 1-Owner Ford 2006
Chattahoochee Police Department. 35hp out board motor, alum. trailerExpeditiontd1
Position closes March 13, 2014. $2000. 334-983-3939. iLF160388
For inquires, please call (80) 663483 -Sun Tracker 24-DL Pontoon sstem nINVITATION TO BID
or inquires, please call(850) 663-4383. Boat, 90HP Evinrude Out-row captainem, 2nd Shady Grove Pentecostal Holiness Church lo-
e City fhattahchee isboard Model E 90 TL CEM, sunroof, towing pkg. $9,000, 334cated at 7541 Shady Grove Road, Grand Ridge,
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McIlroy takes the lead at Honda Classic
The Associated Press expectations and a slump- In first tournament in
Sing game that he walked a month, Woods couldn't
PALM BEACH GARDENS off the course in the mid- make a birdie putt early
On the course where die of the second round and had to scramble for
Rory McIlroy first rose to He said it was a mis- pars rate in his round. A
No. 1, he looked as if he take that he would never birdie on the last hole gave
might be headed in that repeat. him a 71, leaving him eight
direction again. He apparently buried the shots behind.
Mcllroy swung freely and past with his clubs, if not "I hit it good starting out,
walked briskly on his way his head. hit it kind of scrappy in
to a 7-under 63 on Thurs- "It's not something I real- the middle and then hit it
day, with birdies on the last lythoughtaboutoutthere," good at the end," Wcods
two holes at PGA National McIlroy said. "Coming in said. "But it was just one
giving him a one-shot lead this week, I knew that I or the other. I either hitit
over Russell Henley after was playing well and I just good and missed the putt,
the first round of the Hon- wanted to try and get offto and then scrap around and
da Classic. a good start. ... Regardless make aputt."
If nothing else, it was big of what happened last year In his other two events
improvement from the last or where it is, it's always this year, Woods was eight
official round he played on nice to shoot a round like shots behind after the
PGA National. this and get yourself in the opening round at Torrey
McIlroy was 7 over mix early." Pines and five shots behind
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS through eight holes last Tiger Woods wouldn't at Dubai. He goes into the
Rory Mcllroy tees off on the fifth hole during the first round of the Honda Classic on Thursday year when he became so know the feeling so far this second round Friday out-
in Palm Beach Gardens. frustrated with mounting year. side the cut line.



Sources: Woods to get new sponsor for PGA event

The Associated Press the Cleveland Cavaliers, is Greg McLaughlin an- declined comment Thurs-
the chairman and founder nounced Tuesday that he day, saying there was noth-
PALM BEACH GARDENS Quicken Loans. is leaving after 14 years ing to announce.
The PGA Tour is clos- It would be a big boost to as president and CEO of The title sponsorship
ing on a deal for Detroit- the Tiger Woods Founda- the Tiger Woods Founda- would expand on the sports
based Quicken Loans to tion, which receives the net tion. McLaughlin was the marketing programs of
become title sponsor of proceeds from the event tournament director of Quicken Loans, the nation's
Tiger Woods' tournament currently called the AT&T the AT&T National and largest online home lender.
at Congressional, The As- National. The foundation did well to keep AT&T on
sociated Press has learned. has created seven Tiger as title. sponsor through
Two people who have Woods Learning Centers, 2014 after the upheaval in
been told about the deal three of them in the Wash- Woods' personal life.
said Quicken Loans could ington, D.C., area. Woods had a personal
begin its sponsorship be- AT&T, in the final year of endorsement deal with
fore the next tournament, its contract, was not plan- igrTEs ASSCI ED PRE AT&T the logo was on
to be played June 26-29. ning to renew the spon- H onda Classic on Thursday in Palm Beach Gardens. his golf bag for nine
They spoke on condition sorship. The Dallas-based n a n h i months until the telecom-
of anonymity because the company announced two 2015. AT&T already is un- Pro-Am on the PGA Tour: munications giant cut him
deal is not completed and years ago that it would der contract through 2024 It also sponsors a Cham- loose in December 2009.
has not been announced. sponsor the Byroi Nelson as the title sponsor of the pions Tour event in San McLaughlin and PGA
Dan Gilbert, who owns Championship starting in Pebble Beach National Antonio. Tour spokesman ITy Votaw


Let Our Flowers
Stewart confident about leg heading into Phoenix S ou
The Associated Press a great thing, allowed me in Harvick and Kurt Busch, and drafting. "What hap- He likes his chances at all yo
to sort of test myleg and it the two newcomers to the pens at Phoenix and the Phoenix, where he has one edL.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. felt good," Stewart said in a organization, in conten- races after that has to be win, eight top-fives and 12
Tony Stewart does not Stewart-Haas Racing team tion for a solid finish and done on your own. You top-10s in 23 career starts. 3003 4th Street
consider the Daytona 500 release. "There have been both had difficulties at the can't help each other at He's completed all but 14 23293
a disaster, despite the en- some little things that end. Busch wound up 21st Phoenix. You just have to of 7,257 laps on the 1-mile F
gine problems that spoiled have felt a little different, and Harvick was involved go race." oval.
his return to racing from a but for the most part, it's in the final accident of the .
broken right leg. felt like an old' jair iof teii'- irace" and fi fiif~iied i a' eam-
The three-time NASCAR, nis shoes that you're just best 13th.
champion wound up 35th comfortable with. I think Stewart said Sunday's
in the season-opening the whole time in Daytona race at Phoenix will be a
race, but he logged enough exceeded my expectations better indicator of where DA N
laps during Speedweeks ofwhat I hoped it would be the team is than Daytona,
that he feels good going like." one of only four restric- i
into the upcoming stretch But the 500 it- tor-plate races on the E i c
of seven consecutive races. self was a letdown for schedule.
Stewart missed the final 15 SHR. "Daytona and Talladega
races last year after break- Stewarthad.the engineis- have always just been two C ENTER
ing his leg in two places sueandDanicaPatrickwas different forms of racing,"
during a sprint car crash in involved in a crash and fin- Stewart said, referring to
Iowa. ished 40th. It left only Kev- the necessary teamwork Friday & Saturday
His first time back in aMarch 14 & 15
race car was Feb. 14, the Mh&
day before he competedar&
and was crashedout o f- p
the exhibition Sprint
Unlimited. He also raced' Looking to update your
in the Budweiser Duel be-
fore the 500, giving Home& Garden?
672 miles of racing in three
events.The Professionals will be there
Stewart goes to Sun-
day's race at Phoenix In- with the Latest Trends and
temrnatiotal Raceway "a Helpful Ideas...
lot more confident than
I was before we got to ALL UNDER ONE ROOFI
Daytona." THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
"I.thinkhavingalltherac- Tony Stewart greets fans as he is introduced before the
es that we ran, and actually Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona
gettingin a crash, while not Beach last Sunday.




Braun homers in first at-bat since ban
The Associated Press or so behind the Brewers since July 21, 2013. The
bench at Phoenix Munici- five-time All-Star accepted g
PHOENIX--Backfroma pal Stadium, the spring a65-gamepenaltythenext
lengthy suspension, Ryan home of the Athletics. day for his involvement
Braun quickly displayed "It's still the first day of with Biogenesis, a Florida
some power, spring training. Better to clinic accused of distribut-
The slugger hit a two-run hit the ball hard then to ing performance-enhanc-
homer Thursday in his first strike out," Braun said. ing drugs. $5.00 Admission
at-bat for the Milwaukee "Thegoalistohave agrad- Braun took a quick jog
Brewers since complet- ual progression to prepare around the bases and ex- Benefit Wiregrass
ing a season-ending, 65- myselffor the season." changed high-fives with'
game suspension in 2013 One that promises to teammates awaiting him Habitat for Humanity
for violating Major League have its share of hecklers at the dugout after the -i i e d
Baseball's anti-drug for Braun, at least at the homer. The right thumb L rte d
agreement. start. Just before the hom- injury that hampered him Presented By:
In the first inning of er, one fan wearing an As last season doesn't seem to B o o th S p aeo EAGLE
Milwaukee's spring opener hat yelled "MVP-E-D." be a bother, either.
against Oakland, Braun hit Braun took it in stride. Leading off the third, v a lalen*
an 0-1 pitch off Tommy "I've never experienced Braun was greeted by even I a i
Milone high over the wall them not yelling at me," he more cheers, including a Dothan Civic Center
near the left field corner, said. "Theyhave some new supporter wearing a home
345 feet away.The 2011 NL things to yell at me for; to white No. 8 jersey clapping
MVP got a hearty round of yell at me about." loudly. Phil Humber retired
cheers, the loudest coming It was Braun's first game Braun on a hard bouncer 0O
Jfrom fans inthe dozen rows in the Brewers' lineup to short.




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