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Jackson County Floridan

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

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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University of Florida
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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Marianna Floridan

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Vol. 91No. 64

Man leads Sneads police chief on high-speed chase

Staff report of U.S. 90 and Old Spanish Trail and mo- Repeated instructions from McAlpin knock him off the road, ending the
tioned for the chief to pull beside him. for Rentz to get out of the truck were ig- pursuit.
A Sneads man is behind bars follow- McAlpin told the man to nored and as the police chief approached Rentz got out of the truck and it looked
ing a dramatic car chase involving that turn off and get out of the the truck so he could reach in and turn it to the police chief as if he was about to
town's chief of police, shot out tires and truck and that he was un- off, Rentz told him, "You better safe (sic) flee' on foot. McAlpitd took him to the
a stun gun. der arrest. yourself, (expletive)," while his hand was ground with a shot from his X26 TAS-
According to information Sneads po- That's when McAlpin still under the console. ER brand stun gun and placed him in
lice Chief Burt McAlpin filed with the says Rentz told him, "Turn With that, Rentz hit the gas pedal with handcuffs.
courts, the incident occurred as follows: your head, Burt. I'm not McAlpin still at the driver-side window. Following his arrest, a search revealed
At approximately 2:42 p.m. on Wednes- Rentz going to prison." The truck started to spin sideways and, that in his right front pocket, Rentz had a
day, March 26, McAlpin saw Woodfin 'Rentz then drove off, as the chief backed away to avoid being pipe used to smoke methamphetamine.
Wayne Rentz, 53, of Sneads, driving a eastbound on U.S. 90 for roughly a quar- hit, he fired his Glock .40 caliber hand- The report does not mention the
truck on Hunter Drive. ter-mile, and then pulled over to the gun, hitting the front and rear driver's suspected gun referenced earlier by
The police chief knew Rentz to have south shoulder of the road. As McAl- side tires. McAlpin.
active warrants out for his arrest, so pin approached, he again advised Rentz Again, Rentz fled and McAlpin pur- Rentz was taken to the Jackson County
McAlpin motioned for Rentz to stop as he was under arrest and to turn jff the sued, eastbound on U.S. 90. Correctional Facility to await his first ap-
he drove past him. truck. The man refused, saying,' "Shoot Driving recklessly on deflated tires, pearance in court.
After turning on emergency lights on me, (expletive). I'm going to Texas." Rentz reportedly swerved into' on- He was charged with violation of
his police truck, McAlpin turned behind At this time, McAlpin says he had Rentz coming traffic, reaching speeds of 80 county probation, aggravated assault on
Rentz, who refused to stop and acceler-' at gunpoint and was approaching his mph. When Rentz went off the north a law enforcement officer, resisting an
ated, eastbound on Old Spanish Trail, in truck. Rentz, the chief writes in his re- shoulder of the roadway and attempt- officer with violence, aggravated fleeing
a residential area. port, kept his right hand under the cen- ed to get back on U.S. 90, McAlpin or eluding an officer and possession of
Rentz then stopped at the intersection ter console, "as if he had a gun." rammed him with his patrol truck to drug paraphernalia.









American Legion hosts spring carnival

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PHOTOS BYKRISTIE CLOUD /FLORIDAN
FAR LEFT: Allie Watson, 9, of Cottondale and
her siblings, 3-year-old Kyndall Watson and
6-year-old Trentin Watson, enjoy the teacup
ride at the Jackson County Fairgrounds
Thursday night.
UPPER LEFT: 9-year-old Tripp McCormick
waves at the camera as he and 5-year-old
Madison Cumbie swing by on the dinosaur
ride at the fairgrounds Thursday night.
McCormick, a Montgomery resident, is
visiting his grandmother, Marie McCormick
of Marianna, while on spring break.
UPPER RIGHT: Tykarious Graham, 3, of
Marianna, holds on as the motorcycle ride
starts. The ride is one of the many kids'
rides at the carnival, located at the Jackson
County Fairgrounds.
LEFT: From left, Zoiee Goucher, 2, and Baylee.
Paparo, 5, of Cottondale, proclaim this will
be,"the best carnival ever:'



HELPING HANDS FOR

CHIPOLA FAMILY MINISTRIES
Qn behalf of Crossways Fellowship Church in Marianna,
Sandy Hascher (right) helps Chipola Family Ministries Di-
rector Fred Cook (left) andCFM volunteer Lydia Conklin
unload nearly 200 pounds of donated goods to be distributed by the
CFM food bank, Tuesday, March 25. The items, collected earlier this
month, were brought by audience members of a Hinson Girls con- .
cert at the Jackson County Agriculture Center in Marianna. In Febru-
ary, CFM fed 1,539 families utilizing 22,179 pounds.of food. PHOTO YKRISTIE CL0UD /FLORiDAN

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JACKSON COUNTY CO.mnnity Calendar

FLORIDAN
TODAY support your local American Legion Post and the veteran in our community.
Publisher Valeria Roberts ) Jackson County Public Library Spring Break veteran in our community.
vroberts@jcfloridan.com Teen Challenge Teens aged 13 to 18. Minute-To- SUNDAY, MARCH 30
Circulation MaWin-It Challenge. Compete against the clock with Chess Club 6 p.m. 8 pm. First United Meth- )) Smith-Kelly Post 100 American Legion
Circulation Manager- Dena Oberski fun, crazy, skill busting challenges modeled after odist Churchon Clinton St. in Marianna. Spon- Spring Carnival to 9 p.m. Old Fair Grounds
dobeskicfloridancothe popular TV show. Each day this week the teen sored by Marianna Optimist Club for students for next to National Guard Armory. Free admission.
CONTACT US with the best score gets a $25 Walmart gift card. students 8 18 years of age in Jackson County. All Food, games, rides and entertainment for all ages.
There will also be a board game blitz. Test your students and their parents are welcome. Players $20 armbands allows unlimited riding or coupons
Telephone: 850-526-3614 skill and luck with great games. Today's special of all skill levels including beginners are welcome. for individual rides will be sold. All proceeds go to
FAX: 850-482-"4478 activity: Make a Stocking cap for a boy or a girl. Call 693-0473. support your local Americdn Legion Post and the
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com A recent popular Hollywood movie shows daily at )) Celebrate Recovery -7 p.m. at Evanrgel Wor- veteran in our community.
Street Address: ac3:30 p.m. t hisio adventure movie series about the man who ship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30-
3 Cnstree t 6 andrness: a entcues ma i ereo s awboe tohe bu hmelan, Adult and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
4403 Constitution Lane becomes a superhero when he builds himself a habits and hang-ups.' Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Marianna, FL32448 uit of iron. For nfo 482-963 available. Call 209-7856, 573-1131Discussion
Office Hours: 2 Birding walks 9 a.m. Florida Caverns State F Alols Anocs e os it sc u s
Weekdays, 8 am. to 5p.m. Park starting at the Blue Hole swimming area to 1) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8 to 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist
Weekdaysobserve the birds of the park. Bring binoculars and 9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Atten-
picnic and enjoy the day with volunteers Elliott and Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. dance limited to persons with a desire to stop
MISS YOUR PAPER? Lesley Smith. drinking.
You should receive your newspaper no later )) Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson SATURDAY, MARCH 29
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and Union Grove Old School Fundraiser 9 a.m. MONDAY, MARCH 31
tidn between 6a.m. and noon, Tuesday to experienced hand crafters welcome to create, td 2 p.m. at 4517 Basswood Rd, Greenwood. Fish a Woman's Club Spring Garden Workshop 10
share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482- or Chicken sandwich for $5 donation. Entertain- a.m. at Lowes Garden Center. You may provide
Jaidayn Cnd tllar nSu 'd1 9631. ment by DJ Melvin Myrick, the Gospel Trinity and your own container or purchase one from Lowes.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Nature Exhibit 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Florida George Hayes. Vndors are welcome to a 12' x 12' Lowes provides the soil and offers plant at a
is published Tuesday through Friday and Caverns in the museum. It will be interpreted by space for a $10 donation. To reserve a space call discounted price. No charge for workshop but will
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid volunteer Diane Blakeslee. Shirl Williams at 526-6984, Leo Sims 594-6181 or be helpful in planning if you vwill call if you are plan-
at Marianna, FL. Nature Walks 2 p.m. Visitor Center at Florida Ira Clark 209-3624. All proceeds will benefit the ning on attending. Call Jane Powell at 569-2227 or,
at MariannaFL Nature Walks 2 p.m. Visitor Center at Florida renovation of the Old Union Grove High School and Chris Sharkey at 209-9325.
Caverns State Park led by Park Specialist Billy Student Scholarships. s Nature Exhibit 10a.m. to 2 p.m. at Florida
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Bailey. Graceville Free Medical Clihic 10 a.m. at Caverns in the museum. It will be interpreted by
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 Ribbon Cutting 3 p.m. Graceville Free Medi- Graceville Free Medical Clinic, 5470 College Ave., volunteer Diane Blakeslee.
for three months; $62.05 forsix months; cal Clinic, 5470 College Ave., Graceville. Graceville. For patients who have no Medical Insur- ) Parkinson's Support Group Meeting Noon
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include Marianna Gathering Place Foundation for ance, Medicaid, and meet the Federal Poverty, in the ground-floor classroom of Jackson Hospital.
Senior Singles 6 p.m. at a new location, guidelines. We have physicians and nurses and Lunch provided. Those diagnosed with Parkinson's
applicable state and local taxes. Mail Eastside Baptist Church (in the rear), U.S. 90 East give professional healthcare services t6 our pa- and their caregivers are invited. No cost to partici-
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail on the last Friday of every month. There will be tients. Call 263-6912 or 272-0101 for information, pate. Call 718-2661.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; speakers, prizes, entertainment and lots of fun! ) Nature Exhibit -10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Florida Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Donations accepted and all proceeds go to help Caverns in the museum. It will be interpreted by 5:30-7:30 p.m. t acks Cunty Extension
the needy. For more info call Lilia 526-4561 or volunteer Diane Blakeslee Service Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meet-
year. 272-6611. Service, Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meet-
ya. 2' 7 6 )) Smith-Kelly Post 100 American Legion ings are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for
ADVERTISING ) Smith-Kelly Post 100 American Legion Spring Carnival -1 to 11 p.m. Old Fafr Grounds projects, lessons and help. All quilters welcome.
Spring Carnival 5 11 p.m. Old Fair Grounds next to National Guard Armory. Free admission. Call 573-5434.
The advertiser agrees that the publisher next to National Guard Armory. Free admission. Food, games, rides and entertainment for all ages. )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
shall not be liable for damages arising Food, games, rides and entertainment for all ages. $20 armbands allows unlimited riding or coupons m. ithe AA room of First United Methodist
out of errors and advertisements beyond $20 armbands allows unlimited riding or coupons for individual rides will be sold. All proceeds go to Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
the amount paid for the space actually for individual rides will be sold. All proceeds go to support your.local American Legion Post andthe
occupied by that portion of the advertise- 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,
ments in which the error occurred, whether email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
such error is due to the negligence of the
publisher's employees or otherwise, and
there shall be not liability for non-inser- d
tion of any advertisement beyond the Police Roundup
amount paid for such advertisement. This
newspaper will not knowingly accept or Marianna PoliCg pedestrian, two abandoned and two patrol requests, county probation, aggravated
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- Deartnent vehicles, one reckless driver, six assault on a law enforcement
ing which expresses preference based on suspicious vehicles, two suspi- Jackson County officer, resisting an officer with
legally protected personal characteristics is The Marianna Department cious people, one arrest, two COITectional Facility violence, aggravated fleeing or
listed the following incidents funeral escorts, one burglary, oretnaFclty eluding an officer, possession of
not acceptable, for March 26, the latest avail- one physical disturbance, one Dale Davis, 30,551 Rapids drug paraphernalia.
able report: one accident fire with police response, one Fall Drive, Brandon, hold for D Bobby Crumpton, 44, 1652
HOWTO GET YOUR withno injury, one suspicious single residential fire, one ve- Pasco County. County Road, 101 Kellyton, AL,
NEWS PUBLISHED person reported, one funeral hicle fire, one power line down, ) Caryn Kaufman, 26,5176 failure to appear (four counts)..
The Jackson County Floridan will publish escort, one verbal disturbance four burglar alarms, one fire Fort Road, Greenwood, viola- David Castleberry, 26, 320
news of general interest free of chrge complaint, one fire alarm, one alarm, one report of shooting tion of court order. Castleberry Hollow Road,
nwsum yo ra nes r Com n calr robbery alarm, five traffic stops, in the area, 22 traffic stops, one ) Abranda Ward, 37,4044 Cropwell, Ala., violation of state
Submit your news or Community Calendar one assault, one noise distur- larceny complaint, eight calls to Veterans Road, Cottondale, probation.
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, bance complaint, two calls to serve papers/ex violation of state probation. L.acourtney Brown, 34, 22
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, assist other agencies, one 911 -,-, parte, one civil Buckle Barnes, 24,2808 Naftel Court, Grady, Ala., viola-
anniversary and birth announcements. hang-up call, one open door/ depute com- Kynesville Road, Cottondale, tion of county probation.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices, window, and one home security plaint, one tres- child abuse. John Blacknmon, 19, 911 Lor-
Photographs must be of good quality and check. pass complaint, Morris White, 21,5049 man Circle, Longwood, viola-
suitable for print.The Floridan reserves the '; two follow-up Florida Pond Lane, Malone, tion of state probation.
right to edit all submissions. JackSOH County investigation, violation of county probation,
Sheriff's Office one suicide attempt or threat, felony battery. Jail Population: 182
PFINPTDIUT T sn Count iw one animal neglect/abuse, two a Terramnce Baxter, 20,4227
G lTING IT RIGHT The Jackson County Sheriff's animal complaints, one sex Village Court, Marianna, pos- To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
The Jackson County Floridan's policy Office and county fire/rescue offense, 20 property/building session of marijuana under 20 at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
is to correct mistakes promptly. To reported the following inci- checks, three assisting motorist grams. agency.
report an error, please call 526-3614 dents for March 26, the latest or pedestrians, four call to assist )) Woodfin Rentz, 53, 8135 To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
Monday-Friday. available report: one drunken another agency, one transport, Hawley St., Sneads, violation of 404-FWCC (3922).








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Seismic readings show Washington had 2 landslides

The Associated Press too weak to lead to a

signals showed there such quakes in the Oso
were two major slides area in the past year.
about four minutes apart The tiny tremor was in-
during Saturday's disas- significant to the forces of
ter in Washington state, the river and gravity work-
and afterward smaller ing on the unstable hill-
slides continued for side, Steele said.
days, University of Wash- V Layers of clay in the hill-
ington researchers said. side collect rainwater, cre-
A report on the land- ating a lubricated surface
slide readings was sent to that easily gives way.
the U.S. Geological w_ "This area is glacial mo-
Survey and posted raine and sandy outwash
Wednesday on the very unstable soil being
Pacific Northwest Seis- cut by a very active river
mic Network blog by moving around in the
Kate Allstadt, a university channel," Steele said.
researcher. However, it's possible
The "very rapid and en- the 1.1 tremor was related
ergetic" event was detect- to some movement in the
ed on 17 seismic stations hillside.
ranging from 7 to 170 "It could have been an
miles away. indication of something
They showed the biggest moving within that slope,"
slide started at 10:37 a.m. Steele said. '
and lasted more than two That points to the new
minutes. area of research called
This is the slide that landslide seismology that
crossed the North Fork Allstadt is pursuing.
Stillaguamish River and THEASSOCIATEDPRESS Landslides are harder to
hit the community of Oso, Workers build a temporary road to connect the two sides of a debris field from a deadly mudslide Thursday in Oso, Wash. The study than earthquakes
killing at least,25 people death toll is expected to rise considerably within the next two days as the Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office catches because the signals
"The big pulse was the up with the recovery effort, Snohomish County District 21 Fire Chief Travis Hots said Thursday. are less clear and don't
main volume of material travel as far, said Allstadt,
that broke down from the another section of unsta- allyfor days later, similarto day. Typical landslides in than many, and as it did it who used seismology
slope and tumbled down ble slope," he said. earthquake aftershocks. the NooksackValley "crept liquefied," Haugerud said, tools to research land-
toward that valley," said The second slide at 10:41 The landslide moved down the hill." The study of seismic sig- slides for her doctorate.
Bill Steele, the seismol- a.m. was material break- with surprising speed, said The vibration of falling nals showed that no earth- She plans more research
ogy lab coordinator and ing off the steep cliff cre- Ralph Haugerud, a USGS can cause a landslide to quake triggered the slide, that eventually could
spokesman for the seismic ated by the first slide, All- research geologist at the turn into a debris flow that Allstadt said. lead to monitoring
network. stadt said Thursday. University of Washington. moves like water. The closest quake was a that will indicate when
"Another big pulse fol- Smaller slides continued "Not very many move "My hunch is the slide magnitude 1.1 on March slopes are becoming
lowed that, breaking loose for an hour and occasion- this fast," he said Thurs- may have dropped farther 10. That would have been unstable.



DBPR launches new mobile function for reporting unlicensed activity

Special to the Floridan consumers another way to communi- and pictures directly from mobile de- ed by calling the DBPR hotline for Flori-
cate directly with the depa tment. vices and the complaint information is da callers: 866-532-1440 (8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
The Florida Department of Business "When a person misrepresents them- sent to DBPR headquarters in close-to- EDT weekdays).
and Professional Regulation recently selves as having a professional license real time. The department licenses and regu-
launched the "Report Unlicensed Activ- to do specialized work like an electrical To learn more about reporting unli- lates more than 1 million businesses
ity" function within the DBPR Mobile contractor or roofer, we make every ef- censed activity using the app, DBPR of- and professionals ranging from hotels
app,. giving consumers the ability to re- fort to ensure Florida families know how fers consumers a how-to video at https: / and. restaurants, real estate agents and
port unlicensed activity in real time. to get help in order to report the issue," www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2MWba_ certified public accountants to veteri-
According to a DBPR press release, the DBPR Secretary Ken Lawson said in the rU_M. The DBPR Mobile app is free to narians, contractors and cosmetologists.
new function in the app is an addition to release. download and is available on the iTunes
the department's "Unlicensed Activity" Consumers can submit complaints of and Google Play app stores. For more information,
annual media. campaign and will give unlicensed activity with descriptions Unlicensed activity can also be report- please visit www.myfloridalicense.com.


DBPR Mobile State Briefs
House expands pocket and was leaving Investigation after ing with authorities.
choices for students the store when Maida hit fatal home invasion So far, no charges have
a switch that locked the been filed.
usiness and Rofessioa TALLAHASSEE store's doors, trapping ARCHER Authorities State Attorney Bill
Reguion- The Florida House Yacob inside say a woman who Cervone says he will
has passed a bill that Maida then locked apparently kicked in the review the informa-
would provide extracur- himself in the cashier's door of a north Florida tion turned over by the
ricular opportunities for booth. That's when Ya- home died after the Sheriff's Office.
those participating in cob shot Maida through homeowner shot her.
Sschool-choice programs the thick glass. Investigators say From wire reports
S r and add an additional The court saidYacob 26-year-old Latreese
requisite for athletic didn't enter the store Monroe died Wednes-
physicals. with the intention of day at UF Health Philip
___ ; :The bill (HB 533) al- killing anyone and that Shands Hospital in
aee olows students to play the sentence was too Gainesville.
V sports or take part in harsh. The Alachua County
other extracurriculars at Instead, the court Sheriff's Office says B
a neighboring school if ordered Yacob to be 64-year-old Joseph
M e t r it is not offered at their sentenced to life without McGuire called
tr n l e .. of i e w r current school. parole. 911 around 2 a.m.
It also requires an elec- Wednesday.
S-, .::;:' trocardiogram as part of 2 metro areas He told dispatchers
participate. come to his house
-' .. Opponents of the bill ORLANDO Two and kicked the door in. Clarity
',, .. ,, claimed it allows for re- Florida metropolitan The Gainesville Sun Cut
cruiting and questioned areas are among the reports deputies
the fairness of a select nation's fastest-growing, arrived within three Marianna's Most
SUBMITTEDPHOTO group being able to pick The Villages, home minutes and found T J
The Florida Department of Business and Professional where they play. to one of the nation's Monroe. Trusted Jeweler
Regulation has added an option to its DBPR Mobile app that Proponents repeatedly largest retirement coin- She had been shot Est. 1971
allows consumers to report unlicensed activity. shouted the mantra, "Let munities, topped the list once in the torso.
the kids play!" of fastest-growing metro Deputies rendered tsoii
FDOT BRIEFS The bill's sponsor, Rep. areas released by the first aid until paramed- JJt IA, i
Manny Diaz, R-Hialeah, U.S. Census Bureau on ics arrived and took her GEMoLooors
S.R. 73 pavement survey Saturday, April 6, accord- said it benefits public Thursday. to a hospital. 850.482.4037
scheduled ing to the Florida Depart- school students who The Villages grew by McGuire is cooperat- atsonjewelers.com
A Florida Department ment of Transportation. want to participate in 5.2 percent between
of Transportation geo- The closures will oc- an activity not offered at 2012 and 2013 and
technical survey crew will cur at various locations their school. now has a population
perform' a pavement along 1-10 between mile The bill passed 82-34. just shy of 100,000
survey on State Road 73 marker 175 just east residents.
in Jackson County on of State Road 12 in Gads- Sumter County,
Tuesday, and Wednesday. den County and mile Death sentence which is home to The
Geotech crews will be marker 45 and County reversed by court Villages, also was one
stationed between the Road 189/Holt in Okaloo- TALLAHASSEE The of the nation's fastest-
Calhoun County line and sa County. Florida Supreme Court growing counties.
County' Road 167 (South During the closures, says a man who killed The 10th-fast-grow-
Street). construction crews will a convenience store ing metro area in the Ann Jonesi Clarice Boyette Tim Sapp
Drivers are reminded to be performing geotechni- clerk during a Jackson- nation was the Cape Owner/Broker Realtor Broker Associate
use caution while travel- cal investigations for the ville robbery shouldn't Coral-Fort Myers (850)209-9077 (850)573-1572 (850)209-3595
ing through the 15-mile installation of overhead have been sentenced to ech wme See Us ForAll Your RealEstate Needs!
Drivers should be alert The rulingThursday has around 640,000
Lane closures planned for for the presence of con- said MichaelYacob residents.
1-10 structionworkers, vehicles shouldn't have received says South Florida
Travelers on Interstate and equipment. a death sentence simply area, made up of Mi-
10 east of Jackson County All planned construc- for a murder during a ami, Fort Lauderdale
can expect intermittent tion activities are weather robbery gone wrong. andest PadmdBe Sandra Ward Michael Bedsole Julie Basford Mary Lou Pallmore
lane closures next week. dependent and may be Yacob killed Moussa was the nation's eighth Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor
Motorists wrill encounter rescheduled in the event Maida during a May most populous metro- 850)573-6849 (321)663 2671 (561)891-4034 (850)718-6143
intermittent closures of of inclement weather. 2008 robbery. Yacob molitan area .t
the outside travel lanes of had put his gun in his politan areaswith 5.8
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ditional that public We cannot ignore that our
figures secular and sacred churches are in America and
release letters expressing we are here to stay."
sorrow and sending their A press aide for the Greek
condolences to the spiritual archdiocese noted: "It would
SUBMITTED PHOTO sheep who have suddenly bTe- y l at ingly be accurate to say that he
The finale of BCF's Easter Passion Play -"Alive Forever Amen:' found themselves without a On Religion received an enthusiastic
shepherd. response.
s tThis is precisely what Greek Part of the pioblem was
s by a te P a sn P l ac Orthodox Archbishop Deme- Ukrainians, Romanians, Ser- that Philip was intention-
trios Trakatelis did, acting as bians and others. After living ally calling to mind the 1994
m oves audience to tears chairman of the assembly of his adult life in this land, he gathering in Ligonier, Pa.,
America's Eastern Orthodox made the controversial deci- when America's Orthodox
This year's Easter Passion Play por- heart-felt passion, as they guided the bishops, after he heard about sion in the mid-1980s to em- bishops boldly declared: "We
traying Jesus' life from his birth to story toward the cross and the ulti- the death of Metropolitan *brace waves of evangelical commit ourselves to avoid-
resurrection by the music and wor- mate sacrifice. Philip Saliba the leader converts (I am one of them). ing the creation of parallel
ship division at The Baptist College The crucifixion scene was onfe of of the Antiochian Orthodox Theseconverts affected all and competitiVe Orthodox
of Florida in Graceville brought a the most emotional and memorable Christians in North America levels of his church includ- parishes, missions, and mis-
multitude of emotions on March 20. parts of the night, bringing some au- for a half century. His letter ing, as much as anywhere sion programs. We commit
The premise of the dramatization dience members to tears as theywere was kind and gracious, but else, seminaries and, thus, at ourselves to common efforts
involved Grampa, BCF senior Terry reminded of the total sacrifice Jesus contained ahint of candor Orthodox altars. and programs to do mission,
Mills, telling the incredible story of Je- made for mankind, that spoke volumes. That was the backdrop leaving behind piecemeal,
sus to his grandchildren Lisa (Hannah BCF's musical drama class was re- "For more than 15 years, to the symbolic moment independent, and spontane-
Shaffett) and Billy (Jake Ford). Several sponsible for organizing much of the I have had the opportunity when Archbishop Demetrios ous efforts ... moving forward
other BCF faculty members' children event. BCF Assistant Professor ofVoice and privilege to work closely surprised Metropolitan Philip towards a concerted, formal,
participated, including Nathan Shaf- William Knowles shared a big thank with Metropolitan Philip," by asking him to make some and united mission pro-
fett, Greta Reiter and Simon Reiter.. As you to the class in the event's program. wrote Archbishop Demetrios, off-the-cuff remarks at the gram in order to make a real
the story was told, it was acted out by He mentioned- the way the students noting that the Antiochian 2004 Clergy-Laity Congress of impact on North America
an extensive group of students from worked so well together, unified in "all leader served as vice-chair- the Greek Orthodox Church through Orthodox mission
BCF's musical drama class to include areas to make this presentation a sac- man of the assembly of bish- in NewYork City. and evangelism."
Calvin Booth as Jesus, and Mary and rificial offering to our Lord and Savior, ops. Metropolitan Philip was "I reminded him that when That effort failed. Two
Joseph portrayed by Allison Gordon Jesus Christ." According to Knowles, a pastor to his people, but he I speak, I tell it like it is," said decades later, Metropolitan
and Jake Beaupre. there was a lot of preparation that also "passionately supported Philip, when I interviewed Philip left instructions that
Joining the large cast was the col- went into the peformance, including a common witness to our Or- him for an "On Religion" col- he was to be buried at the
lege choir and orchestra, bringing a many practice sessions for everyone thodox faith in the world. It is umn soon after that event. AntiochianVillagecamp
heightened element of music that involved. All of the practice and prep- wellknown that he spoke his Rather than speaking in near Ligonier, where young
made the night extra memorable. aration provided a wonderful night of mind openly on a number of Byzantine code, Metropoli- people will visit his grave for
The melodious sounds resonated worship bringing glory to God. important issues and would tan Philip bluntly addressed generations to come.
throughout the Wellness Center, as For more information about BCE often challenge inactivity the delegates as Ameri- "This faith was to remain
the greatest story ever told unfolded. call 8263-3261, ext. 460, or visit the surrounding serious issues, cans, not Greeks. He said the best-kept secret in Amer-
The actors delivered their lines with website at www.baptistcollege.edu. which he feltOrthodoxy he thought it was time to ica because of our laziness,
could address in unique and challenge ecclesiastical ties we Orthodox, because we
Sp l bly D ay A pril5 important ways." that continued to bind their have been busy taking care
Special Assembly Day set for Api e5 That's one way to put it. churches in the new world of our little ethnic ghettos,"
Metropolitan Philip to those in the -old. Then said Philip, during one of the
The Marianna Congregation of Those in attendance can listen to who died March 19 -was he marched straight into a first rites ushering an entire
Jehovah's Witnesses will be attending the answer for questions like: Why more than an advocate for minefield, bringing greet- evangelical congregation
a Special Assembly Day on Saturday, we can have confidence in God's Orthodox life and faith. He ings from the Antiochian into his archdiocese.
April 5, at the Mariana Civic Center word. (Ps. 29:4) How can we avoid was more than a pragInatic Orthodox delegates who, a I "It is time that we let this
in Panama City. The theme of the As- falling prey to the deceptive power strategist who helped his few days earlier, had unani- light shine. America needs
sembly is "God's Word Exerts Power," of Satan's world? (1John 5:19) What flock grow from 66 parishes mously approved what many the Orthodox faith. I saidcto
drawn from Hebrews 4:12. is the key-to changing our lives even, to 275, while opening youth Greeks have long desired the Evangelical Orthodox in
Speakers at the assembly'will bring if we have strongly entrenched bad camps and a missions and a constitution granting these past Sundays, I said,
out how the Bible has the power to habits and attitudes? (Eph. 4:23) evangelism office. -them more control of their 'Welcome home.'"
transform us, bringing our thoughts All can benefit from this fine The Lebanese-born church in North America.
and ways into harmony with God's program. All in the community are archbishop was also a fierce "I told them that if I could Terry Mattingly is the director of
will. They will show just how power- invited to attend. The program will advocate of Orthodox unity sum up this new constitu- the Washington Journalism Center,
ful God's word is, and how we indfi- start at 9:40 a.m. There is no admis- in the United States, to what- tion, I would begin with the and Universities and leads the
vidually can fully utilize its power in sion charge and no collections are ever degree possible among words, 'We the people,'"'. he GetReligion.org project to study '
our lives. taken. Greeks, Arabs, Russians, told me. "We cannot ignore religion and the news.


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ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Alford First Assembly of God Circle Hill Baptist Church Friendship Baptist Church of Malone New Hope Missionary Baptist Trinity Baptist Church
1782 Tennessee St P.O. Box 228 7170 Circle Hill Rd 5507 Friendship Church Rd 3996 Wintergreen Rd 3023 Penn. Ave
Alford, FL 32420 Sneads, FL 32460 592-2327 Malone, FI 32445 569-2379 Greenwood, FL 32443 592-8802 Marianna, FL 482-3705
Bascom Assembly of God Collins Chapel Baptist Church Grand Ridge Baptist Church New Hope Reformed Baptist Church www.TrinityMarianna.com
5516 Hummingbird Rd 5005 3rd Ave (5499 Collins Chapel Rd) 2093 Porter Ave P.O. Box 380 4028 Lafayette St Union Hill
Bascom, FL 32423 272-7775 Malone, FL 32445 569-5644 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-4846 Marianna, FL 32446 482-6406 3115 Union Hill Rd
Shugroad@embargmail.com Crossroads Baptist Church Southern grandridgebc@embarqmail.com New Hoskle Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32446 526-5711
Cords Of Love Assembly Of God Baptist Greater Buckhorn Missionary Baptist 4252 Allen St Victory Baptist Church
2060 Bethelehem Rd 3276 Main St P0. Box 386 Church GreenWood, FL 32443 594-7243 2271 River Rd
Cottondale, FL 32431 272-0254 Cottondale Fl. 32431 352-2636 4691 Hwy 162 Greenwood, FL 3244Sneads, FL 32460 593-6699
Damacus Freewill Baptist Marianna, FL 32446 594-5761 New Mount Olive Missionary Baptist www.victorybaptistfl.com
Cypress Grove Assembly of God 3700 Kyneasville Rd Greenwood Baptist Church Barnes St- P0. Box 312 White Pond Baptist Church

cppressgrovechurch.org Dellwood Baptist Church Greenwood, FL 32443 594-3883 New Salem Baptist Church Alford, FL 32420 352-4715
Eastside Assembly of God Church G BwoodFL 24R 592-6954 HasT95 BptBstCrc arnnap FL 34s vl248 579-4343 CATHOLIC
4723 Hatton St Marianna, FL G 4895 Hasty Pond Rd, Marianna, FL CATHOLIC
lop4664@yahoo.com 526-2422 Eastside Baptist Church Heaven's Way Biker Church Pine Ridge Baptist Church St. Anne Catholic Church
El Bethel Assembly of God Mariann, FL 526-2004 Holly Grove Free Will Baptist Church Alford, FL 32420 hurch Rd3009 5th SFLt PO. Box 1547
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 593-6044 www.Ebenezer Missideonary Baptis t Church.com Maanna, FL 32448 482-3489 Piney Grove Baptist Church www.stanne@stannemarptdiocese.org
Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church 2136 Piney Grove Rd www.stannemarianna.org
Faith Haven Assembly of God 3360 Gardenview Rd Inwood Baptist Church Cottondale, FL 32431 352-3800
7135 Hwy 90 Cottondale, FL 32431 579-4223 2012 Inwood Rd
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-8205 iionr atist Grand Ridge, FL 32448 593-5328 Pleasant Hill Baptist Church CHURCH OF CHRIST
First Assembly of God Ee5309 Ellaville Rd Liberty Hill Missionary Baptist Church 667 oRuhy PodR Caverns Rd. Church of Christ
5565 Brown St Campbellton, FL 32426 263-3900 5239 Liberty Hill Rd Grand Ridge, FL 32442 7188401 4448 River Rd -
Graceville, FL 32440 263-3351 First Baptist Church Bascom, FL 32426 569-5949 Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church Marianna, FL 482-2605
First Assembly of God Church 3172 Main-St Little Zion Missionary Baptist Church 6704 Reddoch Rd
-4186 Lafayette St Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4586 3181 Little Zion Rd P.O. Box 190 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-2273 CHURCH OF GOD
Marianna FL 32446 First Baptist Church Sneads, FL 32460 592-1614 Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church Grand Ridge Churth of God
482-2800 www.mariannafirst.org 5366 Ninth St P.O. Box 98 Lovedale Baptist Church 5481 Pleasant Ridge Rd 2232 Porter Ave
First Assembly of God-Church of Malone, FL 32445 569-2426 6595 Lovedale Rd Bascom, FL 32423 Marianna, FL 32446 263-8007 Grand Ridge, FL 32442
Cottondale Faith Baptist Church 592-5415 or 592-2134 Poplar Springs Missionary Baptist 592-5301 or 592-2814
2636 Milton St 2494 Hwy 71 S Marvin Chapel Free Will Baptist Church Church Marianna Church of God
Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4626 Marianna, FL 482-2869 2041 Hope School Dr 2662 Poplar Springs Rd (All services interpreted for the
Pilgrim Rest Assembly of God First Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32448 482-5375 Marianna, FL 32446 526-3176 hearing impaired.)
3347Pilgrim Rest Church Rd 8010 Pope St PO Box 246 www.marvinchapelfwb.com Providence Baptist Church 2791 Jefferson St, Marianna, FL 32446
Marianna, FL 32448 579-2300 Sneads, FL 32460 Midway Freewill Baptist Church 6940 Providence Church Rd 482-6264 mariannacog.com
Wem A l o Gd 1600 Church St Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-5481
Welcome Assembly of God First Baptist Church of Beseem 6158 Rocky Creek Rd pbch@embarqmail.com CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
6784 Messer Rd 4951 Basswood Rd PO. Box 97 65riockyCreekRd4pbch9embaiy lCoe CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
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Welcomehometom@yahoo.com FIst Baptist Church of Campbelon Mount'Olive Baptist 5458 Rocky Creek Rd Christ
S2405First Baptist Churchwy 2 6045 Hwy 2 Marianna, FL 32448 526-7508 4255 Clay St Marianna, FL 32448
Campbellton, FL 32426 263-3183 Bascom FL 32423 569-5080 Salem Free Will Baptist 594-1096 or 557-4019
A Ministry of Alford Baptist Church r h h Sthrn atit Mt.Tabor Missionary Baptist Church 2555 Kynesville Rd Miracle Restoration Center
3924 Woodrest Rd First Church SouthernB 3695 Popular Springs Rd Cottondale, FL 32431 579-4194 2997 Hall St
Cottondale, FL 32431 334-806-4258 Graceville FL 3244.0 263 3323 Marianna, FL 32446 594-4161 www.salemfreewillbaptist.com Marianna, FL 32448 526-2335
Alford Baptist Church fbcgraceville@bellsouth.net Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church Shady Grove Baptist Church Refuge Tabernacle Church of God In
1764 Carolina St P.O. Box 6 www.fbcgraceville.org 5382 Old US Rd 7304 Birchwood Rd Christ
Afford, FL 32420 850-573-3249 First Baptist Marianna Malone, FL 32445 569-2049 Grand Ridge FL 32442 592-6952 2820 Chipola St
Bethel Missionary Baptist Church 2897 Green St Marianna, FL 32446 New Easter Missionary Baptist Church St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32448 482-2607
2137 McLeod St 526-4200 www.fbcmarianna.org 977 Hope Ave 2871 Orange St The New Zion Temple Church of God
Cypress, FL 592-4108 First Freewill Baptist Church Graceville, FL 32440 658-8344 Marianna, FL 32448 482-2591 In Christ
Bethel Star Missionary Baptist Church 7970 Davis St New Galilee Missionary Baptist Church St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church 1022 Washington Ave
4134 Lincoln Ave Sneads, FL 32460 593-5400 2155 Hwy 73 S P.O. Box 234 1935 Jacob Rd Graceville, FL 32440
Marianna, FL 32448 482-4866 First Freewill Baptist Church of Malone Marianna, FL 32447 482-5499 Cottondale, FL 32431 263-4097 Victory Tabernacle Church of God In
Bethlehem Baptist Church 5440 10th St (Hwy 71 N) New Hope Freewill Baptist St. Peter Missionary Baptist Christ
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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com RELIGION FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 2014 + 5AE



Neysa Wilkins to perform in concert Sunday

Neysa Wilkins will be in con- Beta Sigma Phi. of Good will for the Central Pan- several months. Her latest CD daredevil. She's jumped with the
cert at the First Baptist Church in Wilkins lends her talents to handle Chapter of the American project "Dream On" was released U.S. Army Golden Knight Para-
Malone on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. many events in Red Cross and chosen as.a "Role in 2009. chute demonstration team and
Wilkins has been the evening the community Model" for "Girls Incorporated." Wilkins grew up inWarner Rob- has even flown an F-16 with the
news anchor for WJHG-TV in for which she has Most weekends you can find ins, Ga. She is a graduate of Troy U.S. Air Force "thunderbirds."
Panama City since 1993. been awarded her speaking/singing at church- University with a dual degree in One of her greatest thrills was
She has won numerous awards, the key to the es, women's conferences, pris- broadcast journalism and'mu- carrying the Olympic torch
including No. 1 Media Personal- city of Panama ons and any number of benefit sic performance. She also held for the 2002 Winter Games in
ity in Bay County, Troy Univer- City Beach by the concerts. the titles of Miss Troy Univer- Utah.
sity Broadcast Journalism Alum- Wilkin mayor, presented She has four solo CDs. "Keep sity, Miss Southeast Ga. and Miss She lives in Panama City Beach
nae of the year and was named the Citizenship Believing" was released in 2000 Warner Robins. She performed with her husband, Alex.
Bay County First Lady of the Award by the Bay County Sher- and was the No. 1-selling CD with Opryland USA in Nashville Everyone is invited to come
year by the service organization iff's Office, named Ambassador in Bay county bookstores for for two seasons. She's a bit of a and bring a friend.

Religion Calendar
TODAY 209-0369. available (limited area); call 381-2549. )) Fifth Annual Homecoming -10 pastor of Ridge Crest Baptist Church,
) The Shepherds in Concert 10:30 ) Youth Activity Night 6 p.m. at a.m. United Believer's Worship Center, Dothan, Ala. Come and join us for "A
Installation Service 3 p.m. 2nd a.m. Welcome Assembly of God, Grand Marianna Church of God. Ages 12-19. Sneads (beside McDaniel's grocery). Walk with the Master in the World."
West Missionary Baptist Association, Ridge. Dr. Batts and his congregation Call 482-6264. The Conrad Family from Cottonwood,
Herring Ale. will celebrate the installa- invites everyone to attend. ) Pastor Gabriel Swaggart Coming Ala., will be ministering in music and TUESDAY APRIL 8
tioi of Moderator Riley J. Henderson. )) Gospel Sing 6 p.m. Circle Hill to Marianna -7 p.m. at the Jackson message. Covered-dish lunch will follow
The Rev. Sylvester Robinson will bring Baptist Church, Sneads in the Par- County Agricultural Building, 3631 U. service. For more information, cllow )) Revival 6 p.m. Sneads Free Will
West Mass Choir. All choir members ramore Community. Featured singers S. 90 West, Marianna. Special music Kimberly at 209-5856. Baptist Church, Sneads. Special guest
est ass oir. All choir members will bethe Corfrad's from Dothan, Ala. will be by Bro. Brain Haney, who is also speaker will be the Rev. Michael John
are asked to wear black. Everyone is Pastor John Holley and congregation from the Jimmy Swaggart Ministries 14th Annual pastor's Apprecia- speaker will be the Rev.cial musicnightly.
invited, invites all to come. of Baton Rouge, La. Sponsored by The tion -11a.m.Believers" Outreach For more information call music nightly593-5400
Youth Activity Night 6 p.m. at )) Neysa Wilkins in Concert 6:30 Way of the Cross Family Worship Cen- Ministry, Marianna. Worship service or 209-9761 information, ca593-5400
Marianna Church of God. Ages 12-19. p.m. First Baptist Church, Malone. ter, Marianna. For more information, With Dr. Tammie Anderson and St. John or 209-9761.
Call 482-6264. 'veryone welcome. call Pastor Dennis Tanton 209-9365 or Missionary Baptist Church of Panama ) Dare to Live Healed Healing
)) Celebrate Recovery- Adult, teen eryone weBro. Bob Forrester. City. 3 p.m.special guest the Rev. Mark School Class, 7 p.m. in the Bascom
ry Dudley and New Galilee Missionary Town Hall at 4969 Basswood Road.
meetings to"overcome hurts, habits TUESDAY, APRIL 1 Celebrate Recovery-- Adult, teen Baptist Church, Marianna. Free classes taught by Jacquelyn
and hang-ups in a safe environment:' meetings to "overcome hurts, habits McGriff Call 276-6024
7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Center with Dare to Live Healed Healing and hang-ups in a safe environment:" 2014 Biker Blowout Noon. Heav-
praise and live worship music, testimo- School Class 7 p.m. in the Bascom 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Center with ens Way Biker Church, Cottondale.
nies and fellowship. Dinner: 6 p.m. Child Town Hall at 4969 Basswood Road. praise and live worship music, testimo- Sunday Service. For more information, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9
care available. Call 209-7856,573-1131. Free classes taughtby Jacquelyn nies and fellowship. Dinner: 6 p.m. Child call Robert Happoldt at 703-0257.
McGriff. Call 276-6024. care available. Call 209-7856, 573-1131. ) Revival 6 p.m. Sneads Free Will.
SATURD Y, MARCH 29 MONDAY, APRIL 7 Baptist Church, Sneads. Special guest
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2 SATURDAY, APRIL 5 Jubilee Day -3p.m. Prayer Temple Carr of Malone. Special music nightly.
Free clothing giveaway- 9 a.m. Church of prayer for all People, Mari- For more information, call 593-5400
to noon at Mother Agnes' Closet, 2856 Lutheran Servic 630 pMarianna. 2014 Biker Blowout 8 a.m. anna. The theme for the service will be- or 209-9761.
Orange St. in Marianna. sion Lutheran Church, Marianna Heaven's Way Biker Church, Cotton- "An Exhorter that Exalts God." Special Lenten Service 630 p.m. Ascen
S))Good Ole Gospel Sing 6 p.m. information, call 482-4691.' dale. Live bands, speakers, food and speaker will be Sister Callie Wooten sion Lutheran Church, Marianna.
Rocky Creek Baptist Church, Mari- a really great time. There is room for of Popular Springs Missionary Baptist Everyone welcome to attend. For more
anna. Guest singers will include Neysa APRIL camping and room blocked at local Church, Marianna. Public is invited. information, call 482-4691
Wilkins, Channel 7 news anchor, Swift "Ul .l lAI, A motels. For more information, call Rob- For more information, call Deaconess
Water, The Christian Heirs and many n Free clothing giveaway 9 a.m. ert Happoldt at 703-0257. Shelia Mann at 569-5565-or BishTop
more. Finger foods will be provided in to noon at Mother Agnes' Closet, 2856 ) Free clothing giveaway 9 a.m. John McMilion at526-4572. THURSDAY, APRIL 10
the fellowship hall following the music. Orange St. in Marianna. to noon at Mother Agnes' Closet, 2856 ) Revival 6 p.m. Sneads Free Will
For more information, call 643-7711. Orange St. in Marianna. Baptist Church, Sneads. Special guest ) Free clothing giveaway 9 a.m.
SUNDAY, MARCH 30 FRIDAY, APRIL 4 14th Annual Pastor'sAppreciation speaker will be the Rev. Michael John to noon at Mother Agnes'Closet, 2856
SUNDAY, MARCH 30 5 p.m. Believers'Outreach Ministry, Carr of Malone. Special music nightly. Orange St. in Marianna.
2014 Biker Blowout Heaven Way Marianna. Worship Service with Rev. Ron- For more information, call 593-5400
Fifth Sunday Sing Bethlehem Biker Church, Cottondale. Fireside aid Mizer and St. James AME Church. or 209-9761. FRIDAY, APRIL I
Baptist Church in Kynesville. Special Fellowship. There is room for camping Empowerment Service 6 p.m.
Guest will be Marianna's Bluegrass and room blocked at local motels. For SUNDAY, APRIL 6 At New Beginning Outreach Ministries Youth Activity Night 6 p.m. at
"Gospel Express" featuring Charlie more information, call Robert Happoldt Inc. in Jacob City. Speaker of the Hour Marianna Church of God. Ages 12-19.
Basford. For more info or directions, call at 703-0257. Homecoming 10 a.m. Sneads will be the Rev..Ronal Johnson.of Mari- Call 482-6264.
Pastor Sharkeyat 579-9940. Refresh- Pulse 6-9 p.m. at Cypress Grove Free Will Baptist Church, Sneads with anna. Everyone welcome. For moreCelebrate Recovery Adult, teen
ments will be served after singing. Assembly of God Church in Grand the Gospel Tones. Message at 11 a.m. information, call 352-4733 or email meetings to "overcome hurts, habits
)) Sing 10:30 a.m. Christian covenant Ridge. Youth outreach program open with the Rev. Michael John Carr of newbpraise@yahoo.com. and hang-ups in a safe environment,'"
Church, Grand Ridge. Special guest to all teens in grades 6-12; shoot pool, Malone. Following the message, lunch a Masters Mondays 7 p.m. Bethel 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Centerwith
will be Freedom Hill Quartet. Following play Xbox and other games, listen to will be served in thefellowship Hall. Baptist Church, Graceville in the Popu- praise and live worship music, testimo-
the singing, there will be a covered- music, more. Activities are free; low- Everyone Wvelcom&eFor more informa- lar:Springs School Community. Guest nies and fellowship. Dinner: 6 p.m. Child
dishdinner. For more information, call cost snacks for sale. Transportation' tion, call 593-5400 or 209-9761. speaker will be the Rev. Ray Jones. care available. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.




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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE LUTHERAN Pope Chapel African Methodist Mill Springs Christian Chapel Sneads Pentecostal Holiness Church
Episcopal Church 1345 Mill-Springs Rd, P.O. Box 83 2036 Gloster Ave
Marlanna Church of the Nazarene, Ascension Lutheran Church 4898 Blue Springs Rd, P.O. Box 6000 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 526-2519 Sneads, FL 32460
2987 N Madison St 3975 W Hwy 90. Marianna, FL 32447 482-2900 593-4487 or 593-6949
Marianna, FL 32446 372-4605 Marianna, FL 482-4691 Rivertown Community Church
Salem AME Church (Meets at the new MariannaHigh School) The Sanctuary
|EPISCOPAL METHODIST 5729 Browntown Rd, P.O Box 354 3546 Qaverns Rd 4070 Old Cottondale Rd
St. Lukes Episcopal Church Bascom United Methodist Church Graceville, FL 32440 263-3344 Marianna, FL 32446 482-2477 Marianna, FL .482-8720
St. Luke's Episcopal Church 4942 Basswood Rd P.O. Box 67 Shady Grove United Methodist Church Rocky Creek Tabernacle www.sanctuarypom.com
4362Mari Laayee t Bascom, FL 32423 569-2231 7305 Birchwood Rd 1890 Delta Lane United Pentecostal Deliverance
Marianna, FL 482-2431 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-9277 Marianna, FL 32448 272-0917 5255 10th Ave
parishoffice@stlukesmarianna.org Bethlehem AME Church I Malone FL 3244 5998
www.stlukesmarianna.org 3100 Lovewood Rd, P.O. Box 752 Sneads First United Methodist Church St. Andrews (FC) Church Ministries Maione, FL 32445 569-5989
Cottondale, FL 32431 8042 Church St, P.O. Box 642 978 Hwy 71 S PRESBYTERIAN
FULL GOSPEL 352-2111 or 352-4721 Sneads, FL 32460 593-6481 Mariann&, FL 32448 569-5600
Christian Center Church Cypress United Methodist Church fumc@embarqmail.com Sunrise Worship Center 8 Presbyterian Church
4791 Sheffield Dr P.O. Box 450 6267 CemeteryAve Snow Hill AME Church 2957 Hal St, Marianna, FL 482-8158 2898 Jeffsrerson St (USA)
Marianna, FL 32447 Cypress, FL 32432 263-4220 5395 Snow Hill Rd, P.O. Box 174 Marianna, FL 32446
526-4476 or 526-4475 First United Methodist Church Malone, FL 32445 569-5315 PENTECOSTAL 526-2430 www.firstpresmarianna.org
jack@cccmarianna.org 1111 8th'Ave Springfield AME Church Apostolic Revival Center of Marianna fpcmariarnna@embarqmail.com or
Graceville, FL 263-3342 4194 Union Rd 3001 Hwy 71 N, P.O. Box 634 firstpresmarianna@earthlink.net
Compass Lake In the Hills First United Methodist Church Marianna, FL 32446 352-4252 Marianna, FL 32446 482-3162 RESTORATIONIST
650 Apalachicola Ave 2901 Caledonia St St. James AME Church Christian Covenant Life Center Church of Jesus Christ of Marianna *
Alford, FL 32420 (850) 579-4172 Marianna, FL 482-4502 2891 Orange St, P.O. Box 806 2011 Finley Ave 0 o lLae
EvanelWorshi Center 1st United Methodist Church of Marianna, FL 32447 526-3440 Grand Ridge, FL 32448 592-4737 4060 ThoMarianna, FL 32448ane2-2282
2645 Pebble Hilf Rd Cottondale St. Paul AME Church New Horizon Miracle S
Marianna, FL 32448 526- 2232 P.O. Box 458 5180 Hwy 273, P.O. Box 40 Mission Church SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
Maanna, L 32448 5262232. Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4426 Campbellton, FL 32426 263-0333 6902 Brushy Pond Rd Emmanuel SDA Church
New.Beginning Outreach Ministries, Inc. Friendship Clhristian Methodist Grand Ridge, FL 32442 4531 Basswood Rd
2254 Magnolia Dr. Episcopal (CME) Church NON-DEIOMINATIONAL 2 Praise Life Ministries Greenwood, FL 32443 594-3200
Cottondale, FL 32431 ,. (850) 352-4733 5411 Avery Rd, P.O.Box 302 'dh Mint i 7360 Hwy 90, P.O. Box 177 Marianna Seventh Day Adventist
New Beginnings Worship Center Campbellton, FL 32426 263-1111 2nd Chance Ministries Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-4166 Mar Higthay A
1165 Highway 69 Grace United Methodist Marianna, FL 32446 557-9885 Prayer Temple Church Of Prayer For All Marianna, FL 32446 526-2487
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 4203 W Kelson Ave People
592-5791 www.nbworship.com Marianna, FL 482-4753 Believers Outreach Ministry 3341 Plantation Circle WESLEYAN
New Life Family Church Grand Ridge United Methodist Church 3471 Hwy 90 W Marianna, FL 32446 482-3343 Salem Wesleyan Church
4208 Lafayette St 6911 Iowa St Marianna, FL 32446 352-4926 Shady Grove Pentecostal Holiness 2764 Salem Church Rd
Marianna, FL 32446 526-2132 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 Cypress Creek Community Church 7541 Shady Grove Rd Sneads, FL 32460 (850) 593-6679
Resurrection Life Christian Fellowship Greater St. Luke AME Church 1772 Macedonia Rd, PO Box 496 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-6203 irquomai@gmail.com
international 5255 11th Ave, P.O. Box 176 Alford, FL 32420 638-0360
2933 Madison St 26Malone, FL 32445 569-5188 Ever Increasing Word of Faith Ministries
Marianne, FL 526-2617 Greenwood Chapel AME 3749 Skyview Rd
The Bridge Church 5426 Fort Rd Marianna, FL 32446 526-4704
2515 Commercial.Park Dr Greenwood, FL 32443 594-1112
Greenwood United Methodist 5460 Collins Chapel Rd
4220 Bryan St Malone, FL 32445 569-5600
HOLINESS Greenwood, FL 32443 594-5755
Emmanuel Holiness Church Henshaw Chapel AME Church Foundation Temple Apostolic Faith
2505 Sandridge Church Rd 2370 Glastel St, P.O. Box 535 Church
Sneads, FL 32460 593-5167 Cottondale, FL 32431 875-2610 3341 Tendell Rd
Cottondale, FL 32431 352-3884
Hickory Level Community Church Jerusalem AME Church
1221 Dipper Rd 2055 Hwy 73 Glass Community Church
Marianna, FL 32448 Marianna, FL 32448 482-5085 4005 Veteran's Rd
Cottondale, FL 32431
482-4696 or 482-2885 McChapel AME Church (850) 272-7205 (850) 263-6715
Oak Ridge Freewill Holiness Church 4963 Old U.S. Rd
2958 Milton Ave Marianna, FL 569-2184 Haven of Rest Church of Restoration
Marianna, FL* 573-7684 Mt. Olive AME Church Worship Center
Sneads Community Church 2135 Fairview Rd 2261 Haven of Rest Rd
1948 Desoto Ave P.O. Box 1349 Marianna, FL 32448 482-7917 Cottondale, FL 32431
Sneads, FL 32460 593-5650 Mt. Shiloh AME Church Heaven's Garden Worship Center
6702 Biscayne Rd 3115 Main St
LATTER-DAY SAINTS Bascom, FL 32423 569-1044 Cottondale, FL 32431
Church of Jesus Christ of New Bethel Christian Methodist
Latter-Day Saints Episcopal Church Love and Restoration Ministries
3141 College St 2487 Hwy 1 2990 Heritage Rd
Marianna, FL 32446 482-8159 Campbellton, FL 32426 263-4647 Marianne, FL 32448 526-2730 L





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iles Diego Leiman, whose parents are Alison and James Spring Frolics on Wednesday from 10 slides, music and a free cookout. Door
a.m. to 2 p.m. The location will be behind prizes will be given out during lunch.
MLeiman. His great-grandpops is Bob Liberatori. the Continuing Education Building and Several universities will have recruiters
the Baseball field outfield fence. on hand.


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kins Motors, was presented by Lori THE
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Larry Conley, president of the Northwest Artist Guild, was the guest speaker at the Senior Mission. The Mission is "Sharing the Bless- BOTTOM
Fellowship Association on March 17. He encouraged those present to mark their calendars for ings of God with Haiti" through education, DROPS
Nov. 2 so all could enjoy "Your Sunday Afternoon" at the Chipola Cultural Center, an activity fO
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illegal.
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Fla. election chief halts voter purge for 2014

The Associated Press identified U.S. citizens. other supervisors want to ing citizens. dismissed a lawsuit that a Groups that fought the
Detzner, in a letter to make sure information That list was pared to a Hispanic civic organiza- state on the voter purge
TALLAHASSEE Flori- supervisors, said the state about voters legal status is much smaller one of tion and two naturalized hailed Detzner's decision
da's top election official is was putting the "final accurate. more than 2,600 registered citizens filed last year to to postpone the state's ef-
putting on hold a conten- touches" on a training we- "The Department of voters that was sent to block the contentious vot- forts for now.
tious plan to identify and binar when state election State can't afford to recre- county election officials er purge. "It was irresponsible for
remove non-U.S. citizens officials were told that of ate the fiasco that was the in 2012. Most election su- The lawsuit became Gov. Scott to undermine
from the state's voter rolls. changes to a Department 2012 project," Corley said. pervisors, however, did not moot because of a U.S. faith in our elections by
Secretary of State Ken of Homeland Security da- Leon County Supervisor wind up removing anyone Supreme Court decision creating fear that our voter
Detzner on Thursday told tabase that tracks non-U.S. of Elections Ion Sancho after questions arose about that halted enforcement of rolls were filled with ille-
the state's local election citizens who are residents. also said it was a good idea the law and the accuracy of a federal law that required gitimate voters when there
supervisors that he is de- The state wanted to to delay the push by the the list. all or parts of 15 states with was no evidence to suggest
laying the effort until next match potential ineligible state. He called it an "irrel- Florida then reached an a history of discrimination it," said Howard Simon,
year because of changes voters found on the voter evant distraction." agreement to use the fed- in voting to get federal ap- executive director of the
underway with a federal rolls with the names main- "Quite frankly, there's eral immigration database. proval before changing the American Civil Liberties
database that is used to tained by the federal gov- not a problem with ineli- That yielded a list of nearly way they hold elections. Union'of Florida. "Today's
help identify potential in- ernment. Detzner said the gible individual voters of 200 names. Some of those After the ruling, Detzner announcement confirms
eligible voters, changes proposed for the Florida's voter rolls," San- on that list included voters declared the state would that the purge itself was
But the move comes database should "enhance cho said. who acknowledged that soon re-launch its effort the real threat to election
amid lingering doubts and improve the cred- Gov. Rick Scott first they were not citizens. to identify potential ineli- integrity all along."
from supervisors who re- ibility" of the system, but pushed to have the state But critics charged the gible voters. He held meet- Detzner did remind elec-
mained skeptical of the that the work would not be look for non-U.S. citizens push was an effort by Re- ings with supervisors to tion supervisors that they
state's ability to accurately complete until 2015. on the rolls. The state ini- publicans to intimidate discuss the new process remain responsible for
identify such voters. An Pasco County Supervisor tially compared a list of naturalized citizens who that the state would use removing any ineligible
initial voter purge initiated of Elections Brian Corley driver's licenses with voter are likely minorities and this time around in ad- voters if they receive any
ahead of the 2012 elections said he supported the de- registration data and came the effort spawned law- vance of the 2014 elections information questioning a
found some ineligible vot- cision to delay the voter up with a list of 180,000 suits against the state. A when Scott will be on the person's voter registration
ers, but it also wrongly purge because he and voters suspected of not be- federal court last summer ballot, status.


Paralyzed teen Medical tourism plan studied by lawmakers
hopin for laim sh bill The Associated Press marine animals and a where public dollars have where we come in," said
Ihop.Il m L 1 a lC Ilis M R "dreamlike world." been matched by private Rosanna Moreno, a Hous-
TALLAHASSEE-Along- Bean thinks palm trees money, Stephano said. ton-based attorney and
The Associated Press allow any claims bills side Walt Disney World, and beaches, as well as Although Florida has a consultant who is part of
during his two'-year term Kennedy Space Center, prime medical facilities, reputation as a medical an effort to connect the
JACKSONVILLE The as Senate president. South Beach and the Flor- could pull in patients and destination in some areas, city's esteemed cancer
Jacksonville City Coun- "We admitted liabil- ida Keys, Sen. Aaron Bean families from South Da- particularly Europe, Can- treatment facilities with
cil urged Gov. Rick Scott ity," Joost said. "It was wants to give visitors kota to St. Lucia: ada and South America, foreign patients. They
and Florida lawmakers our fault. We owe $3.3 another reason to come; "We want to attract visi- "no other states have had don't use public dollars,
to pass a claims bill that million and we need to to the state: to get some tors both domestic and any legislation that would she noted, "although if
would allow the city to pay it.-. Put yourself in doctoring, overseas," said Bean, R- create a tourism effort," there were money dele-
pay an 18-year-old who this guy's place. He's in Bean has proposed leg- Jacksonville. "That's part Stephano said. gated to do so, it would be
was paralyzed when a a wheelchair for the rest islation to require Visit of what can be decided in A bolstered marketing a big help."
tree limb fell on him. of his life. We ruined Florida, the public-private the marketing plan, and campaign for medical But turning to public
The Florida Times- the man's life, and we partnership charged with we want them to do what- tourism would benefit the funding can bring in regu-
Union reports that sov- need to pay him. It's that attracting tourism to the ever works. It would be- state's newest model for lators, whichhas a reputa-
ereign immunity lim- simple." state, to market Florida as come part of the mission upscale health care, the tion for driving up costs.
its a city's liability to Gaetz had said he a health care destination. of Visit Florida." former Metropolitan Hos- "You have these two
$200,000 per individual wouldn't support the The measure would re- The measire has cleared pital of Miami. It was pur- overarching sets of is-
even though Jacksonville claims bill process be- quire that a minimum of two Senate committees chased earlier this year sues, which are how risk
agreed Aubrey Stewart cause it wasn't a pro- $5 million annually, in- and has one left. by Nueterra Healthcare, is managed and what the
was due $3.5 million af- cess at all. Claims bills cluding $1.5 million in Bean noted that the plan a Kansas-based consult- role of regulators is," said:
ter he was paralyzed him have been filed since matching grants, be used is finite: four years, and ing and management firm Paul Keckley, a health care
from the chest down. 1833, but Gaetz said the from Visit Florida funds then a re-evaluation of its and member of the Medi- consultant and former
Numerous complaints bills rely more on emo- and suggests travel pack- performance. If a success, cal Tourism Association. executive director of the
had been filed, including tion and who the lob- ages that would include the endeavor could see "Nueterra has interna- Deloitte Center for Health
by Stewart's father, about byists are than actual transportation, food and more state tourism fund- tional referral centers and Solutions.
the rotting tree before jurisprudence, hotel. ing, mirroring the support specializes in building Keckley noted that the
the incident. Butbecause ."It's simply a process For more than a decade, found in governments infrastructure for these private market is starting
the city' had lowered its that sometimes leans U.S. residents have been in other countries and a kinds of facilities," Steph- to crank up its effort to
public works budget, this way and sometimes pitched on the merits of couple of U.S. cities. ano said. import medical tourists,
nothing was done until leans that way and tends overseas medical proce- "Some of these other Nueterra did not re- citing the larger esteemed
it was too late. to be not fact-specific dures, starting with lower places have dedicated a turn a phone call seeking hospital groups like Mayo
The City Council on and not fair," he said ear- costs that dovetail into a lot of money toward pro- comment. Clinic and Johns Hopkins
Tuesday passed an emer- lier this month. family vacation at a spe- moting their areas," said Several private opera- Medicine, which have
gency resolution regard- "It's inadequate," Joost cially developed medi- Renee-Marie Stephano, tors seek to bring foreign drawn international pa-
ing Stewart and the said Wednesday. cal resort in a tropical president of the Medical citizens into the U.S. for tients for years.
claims bill. It was spon- The Stewarts' attorney, climate. Tourism Association, a treatment, usually relying "They've done it them-
sored by all 19 mem- Raymond Reid, said the Exotic locales including trade group based in Palm on the country's reputa- selves though, and when
bers of the City Council. settlement has already Istanbul, Bahrain, Bang- Beach Gardens. tion for ministering to ad- you bring government in,
Councilman" Stephen gone through a rigorous kok and Curacao actively The association has vanced health problems, you invite scrutiny," Ke-
Joost said he proposed process. pursue patients from all worked with local conven- from cancer to organ ckley said. "Any time you
the resolution after read- The city general coun- over the globe. Print ads tion and visitor bureaus in transplants. draw attention to yourself,
ing a Times-Union story sel agreed to it. The city's for a clinic in Okinawa, Ja- several U.S. cities, includ- "When people think someone will translate
about Stewart's attempts risk manager agreed pan, promote coral reefs, ing Las Vegas and Seattle, of specialty care, that's that into an opportunity."
to get paid the moneythe to it. The City Council
city agreed to pay him. agreed to it.'
The legislative claims The mayor agreed to PO Iegal M a slaugterhshutdown
bill process allows Stew- it. And now, the City Pe: W o ouse
art to ask the Legislatute Council is unanimously
to let the city pay more urging the Legislature to The Associated Press through the jaw, at distances of in such a ghastly manner," said
than $200,000. In this pass the bill. approximately 150 feet, all while the Miami-Dade County State Attorney
case, the city supported "I'm completely blown MIAMI A South Florida man animals remain alive." Katherine Fernandez-Rundle.
the bill, asking for the away that-the City Coun- faces multiple charges of animal In one case, an undercover opera- Richard Couto, founder of
extra $3.3 million, cil would do this," Reid cruelty after officials shut down tive arranged to buy a boar. Animal Recovery Group, called the
Instead of $3.5 mil- said. "On behalf of the a slaughterhouse described as The report states operators "savages with no sense of
lion, Stewart was given Stewart family, we com- "monstrous." that the boar was shot humanity."
$200,000. He is limited mend and thank the Miami-Dade police arrested with a small-caliber He told, The Herald that the
to a wheelchair and his entire city council for 53-year-old Raul "Freaky" Fer- rifle, slaughter of the animals was so
home had to be modi- its unprecedented and nandez on Wednesday following a The board didn't inhumane that four of his undercov-
fied to handle his needs, unsolicited emergency joint, undercover investigation die immediately and er operators quit after the probe.
Hisfamilysays theyneed action." with the private group Animal thrashed and kicked Fernandez is being held in the Mi-
more money. In previous years, Joost Recovery Mission. Fernandez for about three ami-Dade Jail.
Senate President Don said, passing a claims bill The investigation was dubbed minutes as it was It wasn't clear whether he has an
Gaetz said he would not hasn't been a problem. Operation Noche Buena, which is dragged, attorney. He's currently on proba-
Spanish for Christmas Eve. In another incident, a tion for a marijuana trafficking
The Miami Herald reports the pig was tossed conviction.
O Lottery investigation found that pigs 'into a vat of boiling water while still The Herald reports that illegal
CASH3 Y4w FANTASY5 ere shot, stabbed, beaten with showing signs of life after being hit slaughterhouses have been com-
S(E) 3/24 12 8105 15-2836 sledgehammers, gutted and boiled with a hammer and stabbed. mon in western Miami-Dade
Mon. (M) 7 while alive. Police said an employee used a County.
Tue (E) 3/25169 1 152332 The arrest warrailt is filled with shovel to hold the pig under water. In recent years police have arrest-
Tue (Mi& ) 158 6- 46 examples of animal abuse. "On "No legitimate slaughterhouse ed offenders for illegally butchering
Wed. (E) 3/26 38 8524 video surveillance, pigs can be operator or any self-respecting and selling horse meat, pigs and
Wed' (M) 0 6 56 seen being dragged, hook-mouthed farmer would treat his livestock chicken.


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Charlotte mayor's arrest taints city's image

The Associated Press political class of Charlotte prison and more than $1
to say, 'We're not immune million in fines.
CHARLOTTE,N.C.-Pat- from this.' And I think The investigation began
rick Cannon's rise to mayor t whoever is appointed to be in August 2010 after a tip
began with his election to the next mayor will have to from a local undercover of-
the City Council in 1993, at ; promote open, clean gov- ficer about public corrup-
a time when Charlotte was c emient just to ensure that. tion. At the time, Cannon,
emerging as a major bank- this is a one-time incident," was a councilman.
ing center. ..., said J. Michael Bitzer, a po- The complaint said Can-
Gleaming skyscrapers litical science professor at non bragged to agents
began painting the skyline Catawba College. about his close relation-
of a New South city that Parks Helms, a Charlotte ship with McCrory and
had a fledgling NBA team attorney who served in the a meeting at the White
and an NFL franchise on North Carolina General House with President
the way. Assembly for 10 years and Barack Obama. The mayor
Cannon was a reflec- the county commission for accepted cash from agents
tion of the up-and-coming 16 years, said Cannon ap- posing as real estate de-
city a young business- pears to have wasted im- velopers in exchange for
man and politician with a mense potential. -access to city officials re-
made-for-TV back story. a "I think he had such sponsible for planning,
He'd been raised in a hous- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS promise as a new, young zoning and permitting, the
ing projectby a single mom In this photo taken Nov. 7,2013, Charlotte Mayor-elect Patrick D. Cannon holds a postelection elected official, and he fiad complaint said.
and mentored by some of news conference in Charlotte, N.C. U.S. Attorney Anne Tompkins said Wednesday that Cannon such potential," Helms On the last occasion,
Charlotte's most powerful is facing theft and bribery charges. Tompkins says Cannon solicited and accepted bribes said. "But he just squan- a private meeting in the
political and business fig- from undercover FBI agents posing as real estate developers who wanted to do business in dered it all because of the mayor's office Feb. 21,
ures, before building a suc- Charlotte. way he conducted himself the developer gave Can-
cessful parking business in came to a stunning halt the city, which lost thou- Charlotte mayor or city of- with these bribes which non a briefcase filled with
the shadow of the down- Wednesday when he was sands of jobs in the wake ficial had faced corruption are referred to in this $20,000 in cash.
town office buildings, arrested and accused of the 2008 banking melt- charges. In fact, Gov. Pat affidavit." Cannon's attorney James
After he was elected may- of accepting more than down. Also Wednesday, McCrory, a Republican and According to the criminal Ferguson did not return
or in November, the 47- $48,000 in bribes from FBI Charlotte-based Bank of former mayor of Charlotte, complaint, Cannon ac- repeated telephone calls
year-old Democrat prom- agents posing as business- America agreed to pay $9.5 said the city's clean reputa- cepted more than $48,000 Thursday.
ised to tackle tough issues men who wanted to work billion in a settlement with tion served as a recruiting in cash, airline tickets, a Cannon, alongtime radio
facing Charlotte and build with North Carolina's larg- the federal government tool. hotel room and the use of a show host and the founder
on the success of the 2012 est city. He resigned hours to resolve claims that the Cannon's downfall has luxuryapartmentasbribes, of E-Z Parking, replaced
Democratic National Con- later, less than six months bank violated securities stunned the city of 760,000 and he solicited more than former Mayor Anthony
vention, which put Char- after taking office. law while selling mortgage people. $1 million more. If con- Foxx, who. was named
lotte on a national stage. Cannon's arrest was an- bonds. "Peoplearedisappointed, victed on all qharges, Can- transportation secretary by
But Cannon's career other hit to the image of Before Wednesday, no and it will really shake the non faces up to 50 years in Obama.









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The Associated Press stop to," Los Angeles Po-
lice Department Capt. Ray
LOS ANGELES Po- Maltez told KABC-TV
lice served more than two The people arrested were
dozen search warrants and primarily employees or
made sixarrestsinaninves- ex-employees of compa-
tigation targeting the theft nies contracted to handle
of baggage by handlers at luggage and did not work
Los Angeles International directly for the airport, Hy- *
Airport, authorities said. ams said.
Detectives and officers Some of the suspects
from the city and air- worked for Menzies Avia-
port also seized jewelry, tion, which has an office
electronics, clothing and at the airport. The alleged
other personal belongings crimes "were limited to a
Wednesday night at 25 lo- handful of employees, act-
cations in the region, in- ing independently," the
cluding the airport, airport company said in a state-
police Assistant Chief Mi- ment Thesday.
chael Hyams said. "Menzies supports this A 3
"We believe that there has enforcement action and
been a culture of being able pledges its complete coop-
to take property that wasn't eration with the police in-
theirs, and that's what we vestigation," the statement
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Panhandle Conference play
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against Pensacola State for
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State at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. BY DUSTIN KENT are Chai Baker and Alonze Bailey
dkent@jcfloridan.com of Malone, Roderick Copeland
Halifax All-Star Classic of Marianna, Kyshon All of Cot-
The 10th annual Halifax All- tondale and Darius Williams of
Eight Jackson County bas- Star Classic will take place April Sneads, while other local stars
ketball standouts ill par- 5 at Gulf Coast State College and such as Vernon's Alex Brown,
ticipate in the 10th annual Jackson County will be heavily Rutherford's Khaliel Spearman,
HalifaxAll-Star Classic on represented both on the court and Mosley's Nat Dixon will
April 5 at Gulf Coast State and on the sideline, also be playing for the East boys
College. The girls game The annual event features the team.
begins at 11 a.. followed best local boys and girls basket- For the girls, the East team will
by the boys at 1 p.m. ball players for an East vs. West include Curteeona Brelove and
Cottondale's Kyshon Ali game for bqth the boys and girls, Briana Dallas of Malone and'
Malone's Alonze Bailey and with the boys game tipping at Tasherica McMillon of Sneads,
Chal Baker, Marianna' s 1 p.m. following the girls at 11 with McMillon becoming just FLORIDANFILEPHOTO
Roderick Copeland and a.m. the second Lady Pirates player to Marianna Bulldogs coach Travis Blanton directs his team during a game.
Sneads' Darius Williams Among the Jackson County Blanton will be an assistant coach for the East team in the Halifax All-Star
will ompetefor the East players competing in the game See COACHES Page 2B Classic on April 5 at Gulf Coast State College.
Travis Blanton is, one of two,
coaches for the East.
Malone's Curteeona Bre-
love and Briana, Dallas and CHIPOLR BASEBALL
Sneads' Tasherica McMillon
will compete for the East
.. wIndians prep for Pirates

ing a new skateboard, gift
cards and passes to Miracle
Strip at.Pier Park for paid Chipola trie
Ch(lhi pola tries
entrants. Additional tickets g e tr i' es,
may be purchased for more agr
chances inthe drawing. not to overlook

Wild Game dinner last-place
The First Jackson County
Football Wild Game dinner Pensacola State
will be held May 24 fol-
lowing the 4 p.m. spring
football jamboree at Bull- BY DUSTIN KENT
SCigtCdkent@jcfloridan.com
dog Stadium in Marianna del oae o
Hornets, Sneads Pirates, The Chipola Indians will play
Grhceville Tigers, and the their first game as the top-ranked
pMarianna Bulldogs. team in the astate Saturday when
The dinner will start at $they travel to Pensacola to start a
630 p.m. with deer, al- three-game set with the Pensac-
ligator, fish, 1ison, goat ola State Pirates at I p.m.
and several other game. A vChipola (25-7 overall, 4-2 in the
$10 donation will get you C Panhandle Conference) will host
dinner and live music by the second game of the series
several individals repre Monday at 5 p.m., with Pensac-
senting many area bands. ola State (11-24, 1-7) hosting the
There will also be kids' finale Wednesday at 5 p.m.
games, door prizes, and a The Indians had a four-game
silent auction. conference winning streak
This is a fundraiser for all snapped in their last outing,
of the tea playing and falling to Tallahassee 7-4, with
tean members are sel~ig the Pirates in the midst of a six-
thedoiatibn tickets. game losing skid following their
Fomoe information, lone league win, 6-5 over TCC on
cotact ason Mayo at 850, March 15.
573-0900 or Mark Beach at However, Chipola coach Jeff
386-854-0330. Johnson said his team can't af-
+ ~ford to take any victories for
S s s granted, even against the a
.' team struggling as much as
Send all sports items to Pensacola.
editorial@jcfloridax.com, "We betterbe smart enough to
or fax them to 850-482- not worry about what another
4478. The mailing address ) team's record is," the coach said.
for the paper is Jackson "We played Gordon College ear-
County Floridan PO Box lier this year when they were
520 Marianna, FL 32447. KRISTIEFCLOUD/FLORIDAN
Michael Mader (15) pitches for Chipola in a game earlier this season. See INDIANS, Page 2B


Chipola Softball

Lady Indians edge NWF in1st game

BY DUSTIN KENT went the distance to get her 15th Katie Harrison in the top of the
dkent@jcfloridan.com victory of the season and her first inning with a two-run shot
fourth in a row, allowing three of her own in the third to make
The Chipola Lady Indians took earned runs on four hits and it 4-4.
the first game of a scheduled seven walks with five strikeouts. The Lady Indians then went up
doubleheader against North- Elliott overcame a shaky start with two more runs in the fifth
west Florida State on Thursday that included a four-run first in- on an RBI single by Alyssa Hath-
evening in Niceville, holding off ning that featured four free pass- coat and a bases-loaded walk to
the Lady Raiders 6-5 to take their es and a wild pitch, as well as two Lindsay Wurm to score Dareus.
third straight Panhandle Confer- Chipola fielding errors. Northwest got a run back in
ence win. Chipola came back to tie the the bbttom of the inning with a KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN
Freshman Jessica Elliott start- game when Brashante Dareus Alyssa Hathcoat (23) slices the ball foul in a game against Northwest
ed in the circle for Chipola and followed a two-run home run by See SOFTBALL, Page 2B Florida earlier this season.


Local gymnas excel at meet MHS JV rolls over Covington
BY SHELIA MADER competitions by birthdate, with BY SHELIA MADER Offensively, the Bulldogs racked up a
Floridan Correspondent Williams placing first in state on Floridan Correspondent dozen hits on the afternoon.
balance beam. Ryan Reid, Harrell, Matthew Shouse, and
Edgewater Gymnastics traveled to Williams also placed second on The Marianna High School Bulldog junior Reece Dillard all had two hits each, with
Clearwater to compete in state coin- floor exercise and tied for fifth in varsity baseball team bulldozed over the vis- Reid and Shouse both tripling and Harrell
petition March 21-23 and walked vault and fifth in all-around. iting Covington Chargers from Tennessee on doubling.
away with several awards, including Maddox placed third on Vault, Tuesday evening at Bulldog Field, winning in Zac Malone added a two-RBI double and
a first-place award and numerous fourth on balance beam, third- on a rout 18-3. Calvin Griffin also had a double, with Quaidd
other Top 10 honors. floor exercise and sixth all-around. Maxx Harrell took the mound for the Bull- VanHuss adding a single.
The state meet was USAG Xcel With five groups in each age divi- dogs .and went the distance, giving up just Hit batters plagued the Chargers, with Cal-
Gold and Level 6 Championship. sion, both girls represented well and two earned runs to get the victory. vin Griffin being hit twice, and Cade Bonds
Two Marianna girls, Natalee Wil- both qualified as a result of their Harrell allowed the runs on three hits, one andVanHuss both taking one for the team.
liams and Kayla Maddox, competed placement in competition earlier walk, and struck out eight batters in five in- The IV team was scheduled to travel to Talla-
for Edgewater, and were in separate this month. nings of work hassee to take on Lincoln onThursday evening. L




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College Football NFL


RB Moreno signs 1-year


deal with Dolphins
The Associated Press per carry, compared to 4.2 for Miller and
3.6 for Thomas.
MIAMI Running back Knowshon The Dolphins' offensive line has been
Moreno has agreed to terms on a one- a big reason for their sputtering ground
year contract with Miami Dolphins, game. The unit also gave up a franchise-
and they hope he'll enliven a ground record 58 sacks and was rocked by the
game that ranked 26th in the NFL last team's bullying scandal last year.
A season. Center Mike Pouncey is the lone hold-
pr\ dMoreno, a five-year veteran, had his over in the line, and while the Dolphins
best season in 2013 when he rushed for added left tackle Branden Albert, they're
1,038 yards, caught 60 passes and scored still shopping for upgrades at guard and
13 touchdowns playing with Peyton right tackle.
Manning and the Denver Broncos. He Denver made Moreno the 12th overall
ranked fifth in the NFL with 1,586 yards pick in the 2009 draft after he played at
from scrimmage, and tied for fourth Georgia. He has career rushing totals of
with 10 rushing touchdowns. 3,468 yards and 26 touchdowns.
THEASSOCIATED PRESS Montee Ball, a rookie last year, made Moreno became a social media sensa-
TexasA&MquarterbackJohnnyManzielpassesduringprodayforNFLfootballrepresentatives in Moreno expendable in Denver. tion when he cried during the national
College Station, Texas on Thursday. Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas were anthem before a game in December.
the Dolphins' primary ball carriers last He has been slowed by injuries and has
season, and both remain on the roster. played in all 16 games just twice in his
M r a i Ie B Wo W s c eld ex Moreno has a career average of 4.1 yards career.


Bush, others at pro day Bills owner Wilson's

The Associated Press caught and Evans grabbed at A&M for two seasons,
COLLEGE STATION, Tex- bounds. eral teams on Thursday af-
as- Johnny Manziel's NFL "I felt like it was good," ternoon after the workout.
pro day had a former pres- Manziel said. "(I) was ob- Several coaches were The Associated Press
ident, lots of swag, a Drake viously going for perfec- impressed that Manziel ,
soundtrack and even some tion. So had a couple balls called all the NFL officials ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. Private
football, too. hit the ground. One was onto the field at the end of funeral services for Buffalo Bills own-
The 2012 Heisman Tro- on me. One was a little bit his workout to personally er Ralph Wilson will be held in his,
phy winner threw for 75 high. I could've got it down thank them for coming. hometown of Detroit on Sturday.
officials from 30 teams on for him a little bit." "College Station's a little The team made the announce-
the Texas A&M campus on Quarterback guru bit of a tricky spot to get merit Thursday, two days after the
Thursday. George Whitfield ran the to," he said. "For me to call 95-year-old Hall of Fame owner died
He also had some spe- workout. Manziel has those guys up, just wanted at his home in Grosse Pointe Shores,
cial guests, as the former worked with Whitfield to speak on my behalf as Mich.
president and wife Bar- throughout his career and well as the six guys behind The Bills are planning to hold a.
bara and her two dogs has spent a big chunk of me and thank them for public celebration and remembrance
rolled into the facility on the last 2 1/2 months work- coming out." honoring Wilson at a date that has yet
golf carts about 10 minutes ing with him in California. Tampa Bay coach Lovie to be determined. o,
into the workout. Whitfield raved -about his Smith, who grew up in Big The Bills ask that donations made JIM
-The always flashy Man- competitiveness. Sandy, Texas, enjoyed see- on Wilson's behalf be made out to
ziel was true to his over- "This wasn't just merely ing.Bush at the event. the Hospice Foundation of Western THE ASSOCIATED PRESSFILE
the-top Johnny Football a set of routes that he was "That's a first, a work- new York, the Alzheimer's Associa- Founder and owner of the Buffalo Bills, Ralph
persona on Thursday, trot- just going to go through out with an ex-President," tion Greater Michigan chapter, and Wilson Jr., stands with his bronze bust during
ting into the facility with and throw," Whitfield said. Smith said. "But they do St. John Hospital Medical Center in the Pro Football Hall of Fame induction
his receivers as a tune by "It just feels like ... life is things a little differently support of the Wilson telemonitoring ceremony at the Pro Football Hall of Fame on
his buddy Drake blasted riding on eyery pass with in Texas, which is a good program. Aug. 8,2009, in Canton, Ohio.
through the building. He him.". thing, me being a Texan."
wore camouflage shorts, a Eight NFL general man- Bush sat in his golf cart
black Nike jersey with his ager and eight head duringthe event andposed was much less dramatic, as Elliott re-
white No. 2 and caused a coaches were among the for pictures with dozens of., fOILi s l tired Jennifer Phillips, Amber Burton,
stir by wearing shoulder group, including Tex- people afterward. But Se- Fro and Jamie Phillips in order to end the
pads and a helmet. ans' general manager cret Service agents shooed From Page 1B game and improve the Lady Indi-
Manziel didn't under- Rick Smith and coach Bill away reporters looking to solo home run by Kaisey Carson and ans to 5-4 in Panhandle Conference
stand why it was a big O'Brien. Houston has the talk to the 41st President. had a chance for a lot more after El- play.
deal. top overall pickinthe draft. Manziel said he didn't liott hit Jennifer Phillips and walked Harrison led Chipola offensively by
"You play the game on Smith and O'Brien liked notice when Bush came Jamie Phillips and Lauren Don- going 3-for-3 with a walk, two runs and
shoulder pads on Sun- what they saw from Man- in. aldson to load the bases with two two RBIs, with Hathcoat adding three
days," he said. "Why not ziel, but both cautioned "No," he said. "I was try- outs. hits and an RBI and Dareus going 2-for-
come out and do it? ... For that this is just one step in ing to go 65 for 65." But Elliott escaped further damage 4 with two runs and two RBIs.
me it was a no-brainer." a long process. He worked under center, by striking out Haley Goodson swing- Dayane Armenta also had a hit and
Manziel threw about 65 "He made the throws making throws of all dis- ing, and got out of another jam in the scored a run.
passes to six receivers, in- thatyou look for and that tances, on the run and in sixth with a double play following con- Carson was 1-for-3 with a walk, two
cluding A&M teammate you wanted to see so it the pocket. Whitfield add- secutive singles by JennaFirestein and runs, and an RBI for Northwest and
Mike Evans, who like Man- was good," Smith said. "It's ed some challenges to the Adaria Dixon to start the inning, and also took the loss in the circle, pitching
ziel is expected to be a first just a part of it and it was workout, waving a broom then getting Carson to fly out to end the all seven innings and surrendering five
round pick in May's draft. impressive." and chasing him with it on threat. earned runs on 10 hits and five walks
Only two passes weren't Manziel, who started several throws. The bottom of the seventh inning with three strikeouts.

I in s pitching ace Michael Mad- successful down the road," pearances, while Lewis is Conference sweeps are eight times per game and
play der, along tvith a defense he said. "W1're fortunate and 2-0 with a 1.13 ERA in 16 never easy but facing a last- you're making base-run-
that has committed three I feel good about the record innings in his two league place team on a losing skid ning mistakes, you look at
From Page lB or more errors in half of right now, but looking at the starts. gives the Indians a pretty all that as a coach and say,
3-10 and they swept us in the league games, and an things we're not doing well, Mader, who was the Pan- good chance to move ahead 'wow,"' Johnson said. "The
a doubleheader. Pensac- offense averaging seven wereeasyto beat right now handle Conference Pitcher of first-place Northwest good thing is you're doing
ola has struggled a little' strikeouts per contest. because we're giving other of the Year a season ago, is Florida State (4-1) before that and still winning, but
bit to start the year off, Johnson said he believes teams opportunities to beat 0-1 in two Panhandle starts the teams face offin a three- you've got to be realistic
but they've played people that his all-conference us and we've got to get that with an 8.12 ERA in 1 in- game series next week. and see what you've got to
pretty close for the most pitcher Mader will be fine fixed." nings, though Johnson said Still, Johnson said he is do to win consistently and
part and they're capable of after correcting some minor Taylor Lewis will getthe he expects the sophomore trying to get his players give yourself a chance to
beating you. mechanical issues with his start in Saturday's game, to turn it around soon. to see beyond the league win championships.
"But for us, I'm honestly release, the other areas of moving up from his typical "Michael has been walk- standings and prepare to "I want to win games,
more worried about how concern are still troubling spot as the No. 2 starter to ing a few too many peo- play the level of baseball but I also want to win
we play and how we ap- despite the team's positive give Mader an extra day of ple; one game he walked necessary to not just win championships and I want
proach the game vs. the record. bullpen work before start- six and that's not normal the Panhandle, but also to these kids to be involved in
other teams we're playing. "We're 4-2 inthe league ingMonday'ssecondgame, for him," he said. "He just win at state and beyond. winning championships.
I think the score takes care and 25-7 overall, but look- with the coach saying Tom wasn't commanding the "I don't wantto say we're There are certain things
of itself when you're doing ing at this thing as a baseball Watson is the most likely ball, and even when he was not happy with. where you can't do if you want to
that." coach who has been here candidate to start Wednes- getting people out he was we are, but when you're be successful at that level.
The Indians have found for 18 years, we're not a very day's series finale, missing some of his spots. making two or three er- We're winning some games
success in confetrence good baseball team in terms Watson has a 1.74 ERA Ithinkwe'vefixedsomeof rors per game and walk- now, but ifwe learn how to
play despite some early of doing the fundamental in 10 1/3 innings of two that and we're excited to ing five or six per game play we might really win
struggles from sophomore things we've got to do to be Panhandle Conference ap- get him back out there." and striking out seven or some games."

eoaches dit's a good thing to have," ingtheWest,"Register said. I'm excited about the kids
Register said, noting that "We played them this year from Sneads, Malone, and
he lost in his only previ- and won and I don't want Cottondale being in it. I
From Page 1B .ous stint as coach of the to lose to him even if it's think we'll have a pretty
make the game following East. "I'd like to win it this an All-Star game. He's my good showing from Jack-
La'Tilya Baker, who won time, no doubt about it. buddy, but I still want to son County."
Most Valuable Player in the Coach Blanton is with me beat him." The team will practice
2012 contest. and he's lost it twice and Blanton said he also is just once before the game
Directing the East boys I've lost it once, so I think hoping to get into the win Tuesday in Marianna,
from the bench will be we're the only coaches column for the East, but though preparation for
Vernon's Thomas Regis- to be in it multiple times he's more looking forward such a game isn't usually
ter serving as head coach, without wins and you don't to getting to coach some of very intensive.
while Marianna's Tra- want to have that record the players he had to face "What we go in and say
vis Blanton will be his forever." in the regular season such to the kids is that it's not
assistant. Register will also be go- as Baker, Spearman, Dix- about anybody else but
Both have coached in ing head-to-head with a on, Ali, and Williams. them going out and having
the game before and both good friend in Rocky Bay- "It will be fun because fun and showcasing their
said they were looking ou Christian head coach you've always had to go talents," Blaston said. "I g L
forward to the experience Jared Owen, who will lead against them and now hope they can catch a (col-
again, though hopefully the West team and provide you get to work with them lege) coach's eye and get
with a different result this a bit of extra incentive for a little bit," he said. "It's a contact, and just have a
time. the Yellowjackets coach. fun just sitting back and good time and let people
"They do a good job of "I want to win and it's watching their talent and see them for the last time
putting it on and making a little better for me this being able to enjoy it in- in this area and see some
lit fun for the kids. I think year because he's coach- stead of stressing over it. good basketball." -




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Colege Football
.oeeFoFisher confident

Umon ruling comes at bad time FSU h th
The Associated Press but also the tide of legal e
rulings has finally turned
They're battling in court- in the direction of college
rooms, and could one day athletes and against the talent to repeat
meet over a bargaining ta- NCAA."
ble. About the only things For the NCAA, the tim-
the two sides in the debate ing of a National Labor The Associated Press Brooks are, among those
over big-time college ath- Relations Board opinion expected to be early draft
letics agree on is that things allowing a union at North- TALLAHASSEE Flori- picks this year.
are changing. western couldn't have been da State coach Jimbo Fish- "Defense did some real
Schools bringing in hun- worse. In the middle of er approaches the mid- nice things," Fisher said
dreds of millions in televi- a tournament that earns point of his team's spring following Wednesday's
sion contracts. Coaches THEASSOCATED PRESS FLE schools close to $1 billion practice schedule confi- practice on an overcast,
making kind of salaries that Georgia Tech's Vad Lee (2), wears APU for "AlI Players United" a year, it is being taken to dent that the infusion of chilly day in Florida's cap-
the late UCLA legend John on his wrist tape during a game last year in Atlanta. task not only for not paying new talent being weaved ital city. "I see some really
Wooden wouldn't recog- players, but for not ensur- into the Seminoles lineup athletic guys over there. At
nize. Athletes insisting on thing back to the players to ball tournament and bowl ing their health and future will provide the reigning all three levels, front; line-
rights, if not outright cash. justifythebillions of dollars games. Already fighting a welfare. national champions the backers and secondary."
And nowa union for foot- the players bring in and flurry of antitrust lawsuits Add in revelations like ability to repeat. While the Heisman Tro-
ball players at Northwest- never see. challenging its control of Florida coach Billy Don- The Seminoles, who phy winnmier Jameis Win-
em that would previously "While improvements college athletics, the NCAA ovan's new $3.7 million- had 11 players drafted by ston led-offense averaged
have been unthinkable in need to be made, we do can't afford too many more a-year contract and the NFL teams a year ago, are 51.6 points a game during
college sports. not need to completely defeats. $18,000 bonus that Ohio expected to have another Florida State's 14-0 title
A ruling that the North- throw away a system that "This is a colossal victory State athletic director Gene prominent group select- run, the defense limited
western football team can has helped literally mil- for student athletes coming Smith got for one of the ed in May. New defen- opponents to 12.1 points
bargain with the school as lions of students over the on the heels of their recent school's wrestlers winning sive coordinator Charles a game with many of
employees represented by past decade alone attend victories," said Marc Edel- an NCAA title, and some Kelly has several holes those points being scored
a union may not by itself college," The NCAA said in man, an associate profes- are frustrated with the to fill on defense, where long after the outcome
Mhange the way amateur a statement. sor of law at City University NCAAs contention that ev- tackle Timmy Jernigan, was decided;
sports operate. But it fig- There's huge money at of New York who special- erything it does is done for linebackers Telvin Smith Fisher wants to keep it
ures to put more pressure stake nearly $18 billion izes in sports and antitrust the benefit of athletes who and Christian Jones and that way and believes he
on the NCAA and the major alone just in television law. "It seems not only the play for the glory of their defensive backs Lamar- has the players to achieve
conferences to give some- rights for the NCAA basket- tide of public sentiment school. cus Joyner and Terrence that goal.

Auburn University
TigersMarshall under focus this spring woeror

The Associated Press keeping it and darting through the as coaches discovered what worked iI Re-Elect
line. It seemed simple but was effec- best for Marshall at the time. V e
AUBURN, Ala. Auburn's Nick tive enough for the Ti- Malzahn said the pre-snap chal-
Marshall is enjoying a luxury none of gers to win the South- lenges of operating a hurry-up, A C M iles
Gus Malzahn's other college starting eastern Conference no-huddle offense alone require o |
quarterbacks have had. and make it to the na- more than a handful of practices to WFEC District 5 Trustee
Marshall gets to return for a sec- tional championship master.
ond season as the starter. He's going game. "Really, what Nick did with two Nationally-Certified Board Member
through his first spring practice and Malzahn has even weeks of practice was really phe- Statewide Co-op Association Board Member
aiming to show everyone that he's Marshall higher expectations nomenal," he said. "So the little WFEC trustee since 1992
much more than a runner with a for Marshall since he's things the casual eye has seen would Retired U. S. Air Force- Vietnam Veteran
strong arm. had eight different full-time starting be frustrating, but a lot of times there Distinguished Flying Cross Recipient
"I hope this time next fall that they quarterbacks in as many years on the was a lot more to it than what it looks Past Disabled American Veterans Commander
just feel he's truly a complete quar- college level. like.
terback," Tigers offensive coordina- Malzahn repeatedly spoke about "The goal for him will be at the end Past President, Widowed Person Service of
tor Rhett Lashlee said. "I think he's the handicap thejunior college trans- of the spring to know our base of- Jackson County
got the talent." fer was saddled with last season after fense, our base fundamentals and Political advertisement paid for and approved
Auburn's offense flourished with not being around for the spring. be reactive. We really feel like that' by A. C. Miles for WEC Distrct 5Trustee
Marshall operating the zone read, The result was a midseason shift going to happen and it will happen S
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Snew tires, all in very good Chrysler 1999 Sebring JX5 Convertible, 139,000
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3BR 2BA MH in Sneads, apppl. included $ Ford 1989 Escort: 4 door, blue, runs good, 130k
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5th wheel RV, 39ft., Hyundai 2009 Sonata GLS 4dr., sedan-Camel
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package, washer/dryer For more details Call: 334-648-1789.
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PERFECT for any single guy or girl! Will def- -
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Kawasakid 2009 Vulcan 1700 Classic limited Northwest 1/4 of Northwest 1/4, a distance of the highest and best bidder for cash AT THE respond to this Request for Bid for the yearly
4100 miles, exc. cond. 1-owner $6500. 180.81 feet to a 1/2" iron rod and cap (PSM FRONT DOOR OF THE JACKSON COUNTY supply of various sizes of culvert pipes
334-796-4437 No Calls after 8:30 6525), said iron rod being the Point of Begin- COURTHOUSE, AT 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL STAND-
ning; thence continue North 89032'06 East, ARD TIME on December 11, 2014, the following BID OPENING: 4/11/14 10:00AM C.T.
SPORTUT'L ITY B lalong said South line, a distance of 330.00 feet described property as set forth in said Final
to a 1/2" iron rod and cap (PSM 6525); thence Judgment, to-wit: Bids will be opened and recorded by the
Ford 2006 leaving said South line, North 01*00'24" West, COMMENCE AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE Purchasing Department of the BOARD OF
Expedition a distance of 660.00 feet to a 4" square con- EAST LINE OF SECTION 33, TOWNSHIP 5 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS located at 2864
Limited-156k crete monument (PSM 6525); thence South NORTH, RANGE 12 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, MADISON STREET, Marianna, Florida 32448
miles, video 89032'06" West, a distance of 330.00 feet to a FLORIDA AND THE NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY at 2:00 PM CST.
ll, system, 2nd 4" square concrete monument (PSM 6525); LINE OF U.S. HIGHWAY 90 AND RUN S 84 DE-
row captain, thence South 01000'24" East, a distance of GREES 02'00" W ALONG SAID NORTHERLY Specifications and General Conditions may
sunroof, towing pkg. $9,000, 334-740-0525 660.00 feet to the Point of Beginning. Said par- RIGHT OF WAY LINE, 1822.77 FEET TO THE be obtained from the Purchasing Department
cel is located in the Northwest 1/4 of the POINT OF BEGINNING (P.O.B.); THENCE CON- between the hours of 8:00 A.M. C.T. and 4:00
Nissan 2011 Pathfinder, Great Family SUV, with Northwest 1/4 of Section 9, Township 5 North, TINUE S 84o02'00" W, ALONG SAID RIGHT OF P.M. C.T. Monday through Friday. Information
3rd row seating, fully loaded, low mileage, Range 12 West, Jackson County, Florid WAY LINE 210.02 FEET; THENCE N 01o48' 28" E, or Inquiries may be made by contacting
plenty of room for all. $300 Down, $350 per at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, 400.00 FEET; THENCE S 84o05'27" W 641.10 FEET Stanley Hascher, Purchasing Agent, at 2864
month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. for cash, at the North front door, 4445 Lafay- TO THE WEST LINE OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF Madison Street, Marianna, Florida or voice
Toyota 2010 4Runner LTD Black.Going by KBB ette Street, Marianna, FL 32447 at 11:00 AM. on SAID SECTION 33; THENCE N 01048'28" E, 404.97 phone 850-718-0005, or Fax 850-482-9682.
vehicle is in very good condition. 55,000 miles 1st day of May, 2014. Any person claiming an FEET TO A POINT ON THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT Or on our Web site www.jacksoncountyfl.us
and has had only one owner. Fully loaded LTD interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, OF WAY LINE OF THE CSX RAILROAD (FORMER- click on purchasing then current bids.
edition, minus built in GPS. $25,000.Serious other than the property owner as of the date of LY L&N RAILROAD); THENCE N 84o00'43" E
inquiries only please. 334-677-1152 the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days 851.26 FEET ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF IMPORTANT
after the sale. WAY LINE; THENCE S 01o48'33" W 805.98 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, (P.O.B.) Bids SHALL be submitted in a sealed envelope
Dated: 3/12/2014 AND marked:
COMMENCE AT A POINT WHERE THE NORTH-
2010 Tacoma SR5 By:/s/Tammy Baile ERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF U.S. HIGHWAY 90 SEALED BID and identified by the NAME OF THE
White, 2 wheel drive Jackson County qlerk of Court INTERSECTS THE WEST BOUNDARY LINE OF FIRM, NAME AND NUMBER OF THE BID, ALONG
4 door V6, tow pack-' CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 33, TOWN- WITH THE DATE AND TIME OF OPENING .
= H age, new Michelin SHIP 5 NORTH, RANGE 12 WEST, THENCE RUN
tires, Ex t condition. 46000 miles. $22,800 n EASTERLY ALONG SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT OF List of bidders and awards (if any) shall be an-
tires, Excellent condition.46,000 miles. $22,800 FLORIDA FORECLOSURE ATTORNEYS, PLLC WAY LINE OF U.S. HIGHWAY 90 A DISTANCE OF nounced at a meeting of the Jackson County
334-693-4987 or 796-5919 4855 Technology Way, Suite 500 441.11 FEET TO POINT OF BEGINNING OF THIS Board of County Commissioners. Bid award.
Avalanche 2002 white, 2-wheel drive, Boca Raton, FL 33431 DESCRIPTION: THENCE CONTINUE EASTERLY will be made to the best bidder, but the right is
V-8 engine, recently rebuilt transmission, emailservice@ffapllc.com ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE A DISTANCE reserved to reject any or all bids.
$3450. OBO 850-258-3148. Telephone: (727) 446-4826 OF 200 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 2 DEGREES
Published In: Jackson County Floridian 07 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF Board of County Commissioners
400 FEET; THENCE RUN IN A WESTERLY DIREC- By: Chuck Lockey
Persons with a disability needing special ac- TION PARALLEL TO THE SAID NORTHERLY BOARD CHAIRMAN
commodation in order to access court facilities RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF U.S. HIGHWAY 90 A DIS-
or participate in a court proceeding at any TANCE OF 200 FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH TO Dale Rabon
courthouse or court program, should within POINT OF BEGINNING. CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Chevy 2013 Silverado LT, 6,000k miles, 2 wh.dr., two (2) days of receipt of notice, contact Court I
fully loaded, white, extended cab, $27,900 firm, Administration to request such an accommo- ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE EEO STATEMENT
334-687-7702 dation. Please contact the following: Court Ad- SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER Jackson County is committed to assuring equal
WANEl i AU S ministration, P.O. Box 826, Marianna, Florida THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE opportunity in the award of contracts and,
32447; Phone: 850-718-0026; Hearing & Voice OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM therefore, complies with all laws prohibiting
Impaired: 1-800-955-8771; Email: ADARequest@ WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. discrimination on the basis of race, color, reli-
1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF judl4.flcourts.org gion, national origin, age and sex.
YOUR TOWING NEEDS! If you are a person with a disability who needs
Moun ki gen yon andikap ki bezwen any accommodation in order to participate in
204F d 7 eo akomodasyon espesyal pou jwenn aks6 nan this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to LF160425
ATJO BODY & RECYCLING enstalasyon tribinal oswa patisipe nan yon you, to the provision of certain assistance.'
PAYiNGTOPDLLARFORJKCARS pwosedi tribinal nan nenpbt ki tribinal oswa Please contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at ANOTICE OF MEETING AND OF
PAYING OP DOLLAR OR CARS pwogram tribinal, yo ta dwe nan lespas de (2) P.O. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 at (850) ATORNEY-CLIENT SESSION
Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 jou apre yo resevwa avi, kontakte 747-5338, at least seven (7) days before your
Administrasyon Tribinal pou mande pou sa yo scheduled court appearance, or immediately The public is hereby notified that the Board
Syon akomodasyon. Tanpri kontakte bagay sa 'upon receiving this notification if the time be- of County Commissioners of Jackson County,
CALL FOR TOP PRICE yo: Tribinal Administrasyon, PO Box 826, Ma- fore the scheduled appearance is less than sev- Florida, intends to hold an attorney-client
rianna, Florid 32447; ??Nimewo telef6n: 850- *en (7) days. If you are hearing impaired, call session (which shall commence with an open
FOR JUNK VEHICLES 718-0026; Odyans & Vwa ki gen pwoblim: 1- 711. session, but which will then be closed to the
800-955-8771; Imhl: ADARequest@judl4.flcourt public for a meeting estimated to last no Ion-
I ALSO SELL USED PARTS s.org LF160426 ger than forty-five minutes) in accordance
with the provisions of Florida Stat. Section
24 HOUR TOWING 4 334-792-8664 Les personnes souffrant d'un handicap INVITATION TO BID 286.011(8), to discuss settlement negotiations
......... 0 .......... .. ... ..... ncessitant un h6bergement sp6cifique pour JACKSON COUNTY or litigation strategy. The meeting will com-
r Got a Clunker accder aux locaux, ou de participer & une mence in open session at the Board's Commis-
We ker procddure judiciaire au palais de justice ou NOTICE is hereby given to all interested per- sion meeting room, 2864 Madison Street, in
We'll be your Junker : tout programme judiciaire, devrait dans les sons or firms that sealed bids will be accepted the City of Marianna, Florida, on April 8, 2014,
We buy wrecked cars deux (2) jours de la reception de I'avis, veuillez at the Jackson County Purchasing Department at 8:15 AM Central Time. The Board anticipates
and Farm Equip. at a m communiquer avec I'administration des located at the Jackson County Administration that the meeting will be attended by all mem-
fair and honest price! : tribunaux pour demander une telle adaptation. building, 2864 Madison Street, Marianna, Fl. bers of the Board, by a representative of the
$5 o eteCrnlt Ca S'il vous plait contacter les personnes 32448 until 2:00 PM C.T. on 4/10/14 for the Clerk's office to keep minutes, by an official
S mp ar suivantes: administration des tribunaux, PO following item or items: court reporter, by County Administrator Ted
L CALL 334-714-6285 Box 826, Marianna, en Floride,32447, Lakey and by Board attorney Frank A. Baker.
L.......................--------J Tel6phone: 850-718-0026; I'audition et la voix BID NUMBER: 1314-20 DATED th March 25,2014.
altdree: 1-800-955-8771, Courriel: ADARequest
We buy Wrecked Vehicles @judl4.flcourts.org BID NAME: Request for Bid for the yearly
supply of various sizes, types of culvert pipes BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Runing or not .Las personas con discapacidad necesitan JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
334-794-9576 or 347914714 instalaciones especiales para acceder a los DESCRIPTION: The Jackson County Board of By: /s/ Chuck Lockey
servicios judiciales o participar en un Commissioners is seeking qualified vendors to Hon. Chuck Lockey, Chairman
:procedimiento judicial en cualquier tribunal ju-
LEGALS dicial o programa, en caso de un plazo de dos
(2) dias siguientes a la recepci6n de la
-__-------_ -_ notificaci6n, comunfquese con la
LEGL NTICS Administraci6n del tribunal para solicitar una
vivienda. Por favor, p6ngase en contacto con Io
LF160413 siguiente: Administraci6n de los Tribunales, PO
Box 826, Marianna, Florida 32447, teldfono: 850-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOiRTEINTH 718-0026; Audici6n y voz alterada: 1-800-955-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 8771, Correo electr6nico: ADARequest@judl4.fl
JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL ACTION courts.org
CASE NO.: 322013CA000443CAAXMX
LF160401
SUNTRUST BANK, Plaintiff
vs. 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
MICHAEL ENDRES, et al., JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
NOTICE OF SALE Case #: 2011-CA-000602
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to an Or-
der Canceling .and Rescheduling Foreclosure Regions Bank d/b/a Regions Mortgage Succes-
Sale dated 12th day of March, 2014, entered in sor by Merger to Union Planters Bank, NA.
Civil Case Number 2013CA000443 in the Circuit Plaintiff,
Court for Jackson County, Florida, wherein -vs.-
SUNTRUST BANK the Plaintiff, and MICHAEL Pamela W. Massey a/k/a Pamela Massey and
ENDRES, et al, are the Defendants, Jackson William D. Massey, Jr. a/k/a William D. Massey
County Clerk of Court,will sell the property sit- a/k/a William Massey, Wife and Husband; Cap-
uated in Jackson Florida, described as: ital City Bank; Discover Bank;
Defendant(s).
The Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quar-
ter of Section 9, Township 5 North, Range 12 NOTICE OF SALE
West, Jackson County, Florida.
LESS AND EXCEPT: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order
Commence at a 4" square concrete monument dated February 27, 2014, entered in Civil Case
marking the Northwest corner of Section 9, No. 2011-CA-000602 of the Circuit Court of the
Township 5 North, Range 12 West, Jackson 14th Judicial Circuit in and for Jackson County,
County, Florida; thence South 00056'47" East, Florida, wherein Regions Bank d/b/a Regions
along the West line of the Northwest 1/4 of Mortgage Successor by Merger to Union Plant-
Northwest 1/4 of said Section, a distance of ers Bank, NA., Plaintiff and Pamela W. Massey
1315.14 feet to a 4" square concrete monument a/k/a Pamela Massey and William D. Massey,
(LB 5106) marking the Southwest corner of said Jr. a/k/a William D. Massey a/k/a William Mas-
Northwest 1/4 of Northwest 1/4; thence North sey, Wife and Husband are defendant(s), I,
8932'06" East, along the South line of said Clerk of Court, Dale Rabon Guthrie, will sell to





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LAngeles Dodgs Reds' Cueto to


Kershaw out this weekend start opening day
TheAssociated Press
The Associated Press toss. I asked him how he
LOS ANGELES Clayton felt after it then made the
Kershaw will miss his sched- GOODYEAR, Ariz. decision."
uled start for the Los Angeles Johnny Cueto is set to Tony Cingrani will pitch
Dodgers against the San Diego start on opening day for the second game. He was
Padres this weekend because the Cincinnati Reds for the the only starter in the rota-
of an inflamed muscle in his third straight season, tion without an injury is-
back. First-year m-nager Bry- sue this spring.
The two-time Cy Young an Price said Thursday that Homer Bailey was
Award winner had an MRI on Cueto will pitch Monday at skipped with a sore right
Wednesday that showed the home against St. Louis. groin and Mike Leake had
swollen muscle in his left upper Price had to sort through slight pain in his abdo-
back.Kershawhadcomplained ... a series of minor injuries, men. Bailey will start the
of tightness while throwing at a including Cueto's ten- final game of Cardinal se-
workout on Tuesday. der right shoulder, before ries. Leake will start the
The team said Kershaw's next making the final determi- first game in NewYork.
start will be decided by his, nation. Cueto missed a Mat Latos will miss at
progress while throwing in the turn this spring because of least one start after minor
next week. soreness. elbow and knee surgery.
The Dodgers open the North "When Johnny's been Alfredo Simon will start
American portion of their healthy, he's been our No.1 the fifth game in New York
schedule at San Diego on Sun- starter, legitimately for the against the Mets.
day. They began the season previous four years," Price Brett Marshall is slowed
with two victories over Arizona THEASSOCIATED PRESS said. "Keeping him healthy by a strained tendon in his
in Australia last week. Kershaw Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw pitches during the opening game between the Los Angeles is the key. He only made middle finger, and he will
started the first game Down Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday in 11 starts for us last year. see a hand specialist in
Under, winning 3-1. Sydney, Australia. The Dodgers won, 3-1. Yesterday, I had him long Phoenix on Friday.

Itlanta VS. Detroit Gate Admission
Includes a Full Day of
Entertainment Including
arang a id I he rd. Concerts and Fireworks

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LAKELAND Aaron
Harang made his Atlanta
Braves debut, allowing DErROIT9,ATLANTA3
six runs, including a long
homer to Miguel Cabrera, fine between them.
while pitching into the "The Tigers fans care a lot
sixth inning of a 9-3 loss about us," Scherzer said. "I
to the Detroit Tigers on have a lot of fans. My deci-
Thursday. sion (to not negotiate dur- Friday, April 4 CITIZEN'S LODGE
Harang, who won 16 ing the season) was my de- Noon 10PM PARK
games in 2006 and '07, was cision, but we are all doing i 4577 Caverns Road
signed by the Braves on ourjob." Saturday, April 5 MariannaFlorida
March 24 after spending Scherzer said that he 9AM Until
the start of spring training wasn't going to relax after
with the Cleveland Indi- a ast year's 21-win season ifrm io v .
ans. He allowed eight. hits that earned him his first Cy lmari a
in 5 2-3 innings: Young Award.
"I have my stuff together "I might not have the A So ath rnTradition
and I know how it is go- same stats this year,"
ing to go," Harang said. "I Scherzer said. "But I think FINE ARTS CONTEST
really wanted a chance to I am a better pitcher." FOOD, AR TS & CR AFT$
pitch to (Braves catcher)
Evan Gattis. I've been feel- Trainer's room TONS OF ACTIVITIES
ing good and I just wanted FOR THE KIDS
to get my pitch countup. Braves: RHP Cory Ge- *FLORIDA ASSOCIATION
That's what I wanted to do arrin, who left his outing BAR-B CONTEST
all spring." on Tuesday with a right
Max Scherzer made his elbow strain, was headed
final start of the spring for back to Atlanta for further
the Tigers and went 6 2-3 evaluation.
innings, giving up homers ) Tigers: Outfielder Ra- SIGN UP FOR
to Jordan Schafer and B.J. jai Davis made his longest SI UP F R
Upton. appearance since pulling THE STEAK
Tigers shortstop Alex a hamstring March 16. He
Gonzalez, who was ac- went 0 for 4 with a strike- COOK OFF
quired from the Baltimore out in seven innings ...
Orioles on Monday, went 2. Outfielder Andy Dirks is CONT ST
for 3 with a double to raise still out indefinitely after
his spring batting average undergoing lower back PRIZE
to.441. surgery. Tigers manager
Brad Ausmus said Dirks
Starting time will not being going north
with the team and will stain
a Braves: Manager Fredi in Lakeland for rehab.
Gonzalez said he was fine
with Harang's effort. The Outta here
Braves are in serious need
of starting pitching after Cabrera's home run off of Saturda chec
losingBrandonBeachyand Harang would have cleared rthbe a
Kris Medlen for the season the berm that runs beyond
John surgery for the sec- Marchant Stadium if a
ond time. Mike Minor is fan didn't make an over-
out for the first month and head catch at, the top of
the Braves released Freddy the berm. Harang said the siio &
Garcia on Monday.. Erwin homer came on a chan-
Santana was signed March geup and that he had also
12 to join a staff with only given up a long homer to
Alex Wood and Julio Tehe- Cabrera last season when
ran as remaining starters. Harang pitched for Seattle.
a Tigers: Scherzer was
applauded warmly by the Off to a good start
Lakeland crowd after be-
ing removed with two outs The Braves had to be con-
in the seventh. Scherzer cerned with Dan Uggla and
and the Tigers have cut off B.J. Upton, both of whom
discussions on a new con- had difficult seasons at the
tract and Scherzer said he plate last year. This spring,
wasn't happy with the way Upton is batting .267 and
the news was released but his homer off Scherzer was
said he sat down with Gen- his first of the spring. Ug-'
eral Manager Dave Dom- gla is batting .269 with four
browski and things were homers.


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