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Jackson County Floridan
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Vol, 91No. 71

Health department offering free diabetes screenings Wednesday

Special to the Floridan day, April 9, at the Department of Health, be offered. The agency encourages all residents
4979 Healthy Way,,in Marianna. No ap- Education on a variety of topics related and visitors to be a part of "Healthiest
In observance of National Public pointments are necessary, to maintaining a healthy weight, healthy Weight Florida" initiative and work to
Health Week, April 7-11, the Florida De- These screenings will include hemo- lifestyle.choices, healthy eating, diabe- make Florida the healthiest state in the
partment of Health in Jackson County globin A1C diabetes screenings and, tes self-management and being active nation.
will offer free diabetes-related screen- because being overweight greatly in- will also be included. For more information on this and other
ings Wednesday morning in Marianna. creases an individual's chance of devel- The Florida Department of Health in programs offered by the Florida Depart-
Free diabetes-related screenings will oping type II diabetes, height, weight Jackson County is a community resource ment of Health in Jackson County, visit
be conducted 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Wednes- and body mass index screenings will for healthy lifestyle information, the website at

Market to open

on Friday's

As of May 9, a new
group will sell produce
late Friday afternoon/
early evening
A new Friday after-
noon and evening farm-
ers' market is opening
in Madison Street Park
in Marianna, organized
by local grower Eric
Toole, his fianc6 Dana
Abitbol and his brother,
Rick Toole.
The market will open SUBMITTUED PHOTO
on May 9 and contin- EricToole sells yellow
ue each Friday for 17 squash at the farmers' mar-
weeks, Toole said. Mar- ket in Marianna.
ket hours will be 4 to 7
p.m. unless customer de- he said.
mand warrants a longer This is different from
market day. the organization that
Toole's organization operates the Tuesday,
will operate the Friday Thursday, and Saturday
market as Madison Street market days in the same
Farmers. Market, un- park.
der the auspices of the Toole plans to launch
Bo May (left) listens to Chad Taylor (right) tell stories of his longtime friend, renowned botanistAngus Gholson, Jr., at the Jackson County Farm
Rural Tourism and Economic Development Summit at Chipola College on Friday. Guy Anglin, cnter, adds his own memories ers Market Association, See MARKET, Page 5A
of Gholson during the conversation. rv s b

Summit discusses toursm
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER One of the foremost travel marketing experts
in the country was one of
With Florida Secretary the keynote speakers as
of State Ken Detzner and well. Judy Randall's Power
two dozen experts lined up Point Presentation in-
to talk about the topics at cluded information on the PHOTO BY KRISTIECLOUD /FLORIDAN
hand, a rural tourism and importance of sending the Heavy rains Monday brought flooding to areas along Blue
economic development right message to the right Springs Road.
summit drew 135 people to people at the right time,
Jackson County April 4 for all key strategies in getting
ing about the factors that She said it is important
drive tourism. The River- for Jackson and surround-
Way South Apalachicola ing counties to lure travel- leave w atere on oa t
Choctawhatchee event was ers off the interstate to see
considered a big success, what the community has Staff report National Weather Ser-
said RiverWay representa- to offer. Doing that, she vice in Tallahassee had
tive Homer Hirt. said, will help the commu- The weather is expect- issued a flood advisory
They came here from nities tap into a big poten- ed to clear later today, for poor-drainage areas
points all over Florida, tial; all the travelers mov- but minor flooding re- in the county. Rivers and
Georgia and Alabama to ing through every day on mains a concern for low- streams in the area were
share ideas and learn about major highways. lying areas. already elevated prior to
more ways to dip into the She talked about the On Monday morning, sporadic weekend rains.
"river of money" that flows importance of fully using another cold front mov- The worst of the storims
through Jackson County resources available to get ing through the area moved out of the area
and other local areas ev- the message out about the s brought isolated storms around 2 p.m. Monday,
ery day via Interstate 10, area, things like the Inter- withheavywind, rainand
U.S. 231 and other major net, visitors' centers, social lightning. By midday, the See STORMS, Page 5A
highways. media, advertising in key
The early morning hours markets and using mobile
were devoted to general apps to help do the job.
tourism, and Detzner was She also shared infor-
one of the first speakers. mation about trends in
He said he couldn't stay tourism. M arial a's D istrict 2
all day; he was headed out After the morning talks,
on a family camping trip breakout sessions were of- Municipal Election be returned to the city
somewhere in Northwest fered for specific areas of Day is today for regis- clerk's office (west end of
Florida before the day was interest, like agritourism, tered voters in District 2 City Hall) by 7 p.m. to be
finished. Detzner, dressed nature tourism and other of the city of Marianna. counted.
in a suit and tie for the sum- topics that drive tourism Polls will be open 7 a.m. Bring photo identifi-
mit, said he'd be changing in general and in niche to 7 p.m. at City Hall on cation to cast your vote
into shorts and a rugged markets. Green Street. in the city commission
outdoors shirt as soon as Later, roundtable dis- The lone city corn- meeting room.
he left there. Detzner said cussions offered summit mission race is between Forresults, seeWednes-
he's been camping in the participants some time to challenger Felecia Dor- day's edition of the /ori-
region for many years and share what they'd learned Franklin County Seafood Workers Association provided chuck and incumbent dan or visit JCFloridan.
sees it as one of the area's with each other, and to fresh caught oysters for the summit. Shannon Hartsfleld John Roberts. com, where results will
richest and most reward- shucks the oysters and places them in ice on the half Any absentee bal- be posted as soon as they
ing tourism assets. See TOURISM; Page 5A shell. lots still out will need to become available.'

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JACKSON COUNTY Con u.ity Calendar

F L O R ID A N TODAY p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, public. The agenda can be viewed through the district
STdap vaccine to be givento 6th grade students 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed discussion website
Publisher Valeria Roberts Graceville High School. Free of charge. Must with 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire to stop. Grief Support Group 5:30 p.m.-7 p.m. Cov- have letters (which were sent home by the school) drinking is welcome. enant Hospice, 4215 Kelson Ave, Suite E. Marianna.
completed, signed and returned to school in order for A workshop for those who have suffered the loss of a
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski students to be able to receive. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9 loved one or would like to learn how to help those that Municipal Election Day -7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at City In. Observance of National Public Health Week is grieving. Free, and open to Public. Registration is
Hall, 2898 Green St., Marianna. Registered District free diabetes related screenings 8:30-11:30. required.To register call 482-8520 or 888-817-2191.
CONTACT US 2 voters can cast their ballot for city commissioner, a.m. Jackson County Health Department. For more )) Jackson County Branch of the NAACP monthly
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Absentee ballots must be returned to the City Clerk's information visit or call 526-2412 meeting 6 p.m. St. James AME Church.
FAX: 850-482-4478 office by the time polls close. Call 482-4353. ext.126. ) Town of Grand Ridge Monthly Council Meeting
Emfail: St. Anne Thrift Store- 9 a.m. to 1p.m. St. Anne's Free Tax Preparation and E-filing -9 a.m. to 2 -6 p.m. at Grand Ridge Town Hall. Public invited. For
Street Address: Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., Marianna. Call 482- p.m. Jackson County Agriculture Office, 2741 Penn more info call 592-4621.
440 Cnstitution Lane 3734. Ave. Marianna. Volunteer tax counselors trained Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8-9
440 Free Laneo at -, 11 am. to0 3 in basic income tax return preparation to answer FrsthC
Marianna, FL32448 Fre Tax Preparation and E-fling -11a.m. to 3 questions, give tax assistnce and counseling to low p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledoia
Office Hours: p.m. Altha Public Library. Volunteer tax counselors and middle income range families especially those St., Marianna, in the AA room.Attendance limited to
ours: trained in basic income tax return preparation to ver 6. Be sure to bring 2013 income documents persons with a desire to stop drinking; papers will not
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. answer questions, give tax assistance and counseling photo identification and check book to.verify direct be signed.
to low and middle income range families especially deposit/debit information. For more info call Bob at
MISS YOUR PAPER? those older than 60. Be sure to bring2013 income 718-7919 or Sandra at 272-4182. FRIDAY, APRIL11
documents, photo identification and check book to
You should receive your newspaper no later verify direct deposit/debit information. For more info Satsuma Festival Planning Committee 11 Tdap vaccine to be given to sixth-grade
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- call Bob at 718-7919 or Sandra at 272-4182. a,.Russ 4318 Lafayette ST., Marianna. Churches, students Hope School. Free of charge. Must
ton between 6a.m. and non, Tuesday to Club of West Florida Meeting clb, or anyone interested i helping in the planning have letters (which were sent home by the school)
tionbetween 6 a.m.andnoon,Tuesdayto Republican Club of West Florida Meeting process of the making of the festival a reality. completed, signed and returned to school in order for
Friday, and 7 a:m. toll a.m. on Sunday. The Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 432.9 Lafayette St., Alcoholics Anon students to be ableto recive
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Marianna.. Guest speaker will be Glen Leirer. It's not Alcoholics Anonn Meetin
is published Tuesday through Friday and necessary to be a membe.r or a Republican to attend to 1p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist ) Flea across Florida Yard Sale 7a.m.Ascension
ispublishedTuesdaythroughFridayAll are welcome. For more info call 352-4984. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Lutheran Church, 3975 U. S. 90, Marianna. For more
;Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid info call 482-4691. .
at Marianna, FL. ) Optimist Club of Jackson County Board Meet-
ing Noon at 4476 Broad St., Marianna. THURSDAY, APRIL10 Chattahoochee Main Street Flea Across Florida
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Sewing ircle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior Make Mitigation Happen Workshop 9-11 U.S. 90 Yard Sale 8 a.m. (EST) to 5 p.m. (EST)
SUBSCRIPTIONCitizens, 2931Optimist Drive in Mariann. Call 482- a.m. at the Jackson County Agricultural Extension at Johnny Johnson Pavilion onthe corner of U.S. 90
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 5028. Facility, 2741 Penn Ave., Marianna. Local homeowners and Main Street. There will be several vendors and
invited to free disaster preparedness event hosted by a food wagon selling hamburgers hotdogs, philly
for three months; $62.05 for six months; Employability Workshop "Making a Positive Jacksoinvited to free disasmergency Management. Visit cheesesteaks, chips and drinks. If you would like a
$Jackson County. Emergency Management. Visit www. cheesesteaks chips and d If yuwldika
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include First Impression"- 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career to register. vendor spot contact Chattahoochee main Street at
applicable state and local taxes. Mail Center. Workshop. is facilitated by a Certified Moti- ri or 663-2323 or
v C o r f c St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. Anne's
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail vational Career Coach. Workshop is free of charge Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., Marianna. Call 482- Birding walks 9 a.m. Florida Caverns State,Park
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; and open to the public. Visit to 3734 starting at the Blue Hole swimming area to observe
$92.24for six months; and 4.47 for one' register for this informative workshop. to the birds of the park. Bring binoculars and comfort-
$92.24for six months; and$184.47 forone Drop-in Reception to honor Dr. Jason Hurst Free Tax Preparation and E-filing- 9 a.mto 2 able shoes and enjoy the walk with volunteers Elliott
year. 4-5:30 p.m. in the lobby of the Chipola Center for p.m. Jackson County Agriculture Office, 2741 Penn and Lesley Smith and CSO mark and Linda Hebb. It
the Arts. Public invited. Ave., Marianna. Volunteertax counselors trained in will last about an hour.
ADVERTISING basic income tax return preparation to answer ques-
AVE in Farmers Market University 4-8:30 p.m. at the tions, give tax assistance and counseling to low and a Modern Market Techniques Small Business
The advertiser agrees that the publisher Jackson County Extension Service, 2741 Pennsylvania middle income range families especially those older Seminar 9:30 a.m. to noon at Chipola college in
shall not be liable for damages arising Ave., Marianna. Current and aspiring makers, bakers- than 60. Be sure to bring 2013 income documents, Room M-108 of the Business and Technology build-
out of errors and advrtisemnts bnd and growers from across the region are invited to par- photo identification and check book to verify direct ing (M). Cost is $15. Registration deadline is April
out o errors and avertisemes eyon ticipate and share their wares with the public. Check- deposit/debit information. For more info call Bob at 9. Register online at www.northfloridabiz.comFor
the amount paid for the space actually in begins at 3 p.m. Pre-registration encouraged at 718-7919 or Sandra at 272-4182. information, contact Severson at 718-2441 or email
occupied by that portion of the advertise- and 850-482-9620 or Chiola Civic Club Meeting- Noon at The Oaks
ments in which the error occurred, whether 850 763-7359. Light dinner provided. Attendance is Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus e Hrooksand Needues -10 the Jackson
such error is due to the negligence of the free. All ages welcome. is the local community, "Community, Children & County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New'and
publisher's employees or otherwise, and American Legion Smith-Kelly Post 100 Veter- Character." Call 526-3142. experienced handcrafters welcome to create, share,
there shall be not liability for non-inser- ans dinner and meeting 6 p.m. at the Legion Hall )) Introduction to Machine Sewing -12:30-4 p.m. learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631.
tion of any advertisement beyond the on U.S. 90 West next to the National Guard Armory. Panhandle Pioneer Settlement in Blountstown with a Chess Club 6 8 p.m. First United Methodist
tion f a thGuest speaker is Jason Jerkins, Jackson Hospital second class. running,5:50-9 p.m. Sandy Voss will be Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by
amount paid for such advertisement. This Infusion Center Registered Nurse.All Veterans wel- the instructor. The cost is $30. Students must have Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8
newspaper will not knowingly accept or come. For more info call 482-3744. their own machine and sewing notions. For more -18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- Autism Support Group Meeting 6 p.m. in the info and to register call Diane Watson at 674-2777 or their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels
ing which expresses preference based on First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, Marianna' email her at including beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473.
legally protected personal characteristics is (Clinton Street entrance). Family members, caregiv- Employability Workshop "Coping with Unem- Celebrate Recovery -7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
not acceptable. ers and service providers welcome. Call 526-2430. ployment"-2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult
Genealogy Group Meeting -6 p.m. at Jackson- Workshop is facilitated by a Certified Motivational and teen meetings to"overcome hurts, habits and
HOWTO FTOUR County Public Library Join this group as they search, Career Coach. Workshop is free of charge and open to hang-ups:'." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
HOW TO GET.YOUR share, and teach each other in the area of genealogy, the public.Visit to register for this 209-7856,573-1131.
NEWS PUBLISHED Members and public are invited. For more info call informative workshop. ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- 8-9
The Jackson County Floridan will publish 482-9631. Jackson County School Board Workshop -4 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church,
news of general interest free of charge. a Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting- 8-9 p.m. at 2903 Jefferson St. Marianna. Open to the 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Submit your news or Community Calendar 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.
events via e-mail, fax, mail: or hand delivery. email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement,
anniversary and birth announcements. Police Roundup
Forms are available at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good quality and MARIANNA POLICE for April 6, the latest available complaint, one fraud complaint, stolen property, grand theft.
Phosuitable for print. Thographsmuste Floridan reserves the DEPARTMENT report: One drunk driver, five 12 property checks, two assists n Kenneth Gulifoni, 45,4126
suitableforprintTheFloridanreservesthe ii i accident reports, of motorists or pedestrians, North St. (Lot 8), Marianna, bat-
right to edit all submissions. The Marianna Police De- one dead person three assists of other agencies, tery'(domestic violence).
TING IT IHT partment listed the following at (natural causes), two public service calls, one ) Penny Wells-Thompson, 34,
ETING IT RIGHT incidents for April 6, the latest 'il1ME one abandoned Baker Act transport and one 7739A South St., Marianna, bat-
The Jackson County Floridan's policy available report: One report of. ..M vehicle, four threat/harassment complaint, tery (domestic violence).
is to correct mistakes promptly. To mental illness, one physical dis- reckless drivers, a Joshua Croxton, 20, 5356 De-
report an error, please call 526-3614 turbance, five traffic stops, one two suspicious vehicles, one kel St., Graceville, driving under
Monday-Friday. larceny complaint, one juvenile suspicious person, two escorts, JACKSON COUNTY the influence.
complaint, one retail theft, one two highway obstructions, one CORRECTIONAL FACILITY ) Cornelius Kes, 3.7,916 North
assist of another agency, one physical disturbance, two verbal Woodward Ave., Tallahassee,
public service call, one 9 11i disturbances, one woodland The followming persons were worthless checks.
hang-up, and five home security fire, one drug offense, 17medical booked into the county jail dur- Javier Ac, 35,5265 Pleasant
| i tchecks, calls, two burglar alarms, two ing the latest reporting periods: St., Graceville, hold forWashing-
fire alarms, one panic alarm, )) Barbara Finch, 53,5221 Forest ton Co.
JACKSON COUNTY one fire alarm, 23 traffic stops, Drive, Graceville, obstructing an
SHERIFF'S OFFICE two larceny complaints, one officer, resisting arrest without Jail Population: 170
civil dispute, one aircraft acci- violence. To report a crime call CrimeStoppers
'^ B ^ ^ )The Jackson County Sheriff's dent (false alarm), two follow-up )) Gary Ouellette, 55, 5221 For- at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
.JCFLORIDAN .CO M Office and county fire/rescue investigations, one animal est Drive, Graceville, violation agency. To report a wildlife violation, call
II reported the following incidents of county probation, dealing in 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).



Dr. Jason Hurst and wife Alisa.

Clhipola to host

From left: Dave Hunsberger, Josephine Taylor, Kim Seaborn, Donna Meldon and Stepanie Gustason. S il 8 re exion

Covenant Hospice to celebrate for new president

Special to the Floridan Workforce Education .and
National Volunteer W eek pecialtothe idan AcademicW Support at Pensacola
The public is invited to meet State College from July of 2010 to
Special to theFloridan 7,000 hours per year to helpCov- ports that there are an estimat- new Chipola College president November 2011. He served
enant Hospicecare for patients ed 458,000 hospice volunteers Dr. Jason Hurst at a drop-in re- Central Alabama Commu-
National Volunteer Week is and families in the community. providing more than 21 million ception on Tuesday, April 8, from nity College as the director of
April 6 through 12 and Covenant Hospice volunteers often serve hours of service to hospice pro- 4 to 5:30 p.m. The reception Workforce Development and
Hospice is honoring its core of patients and families at the grams each year. More than 1.58 will be held in the Lobby of the director of the Talladega Cen-
dedicated volunteers who pro- bedside but they also assist in million patients in the U.S. are Chipola Center for the Arts:. ter. Prior to that he served as
vide support, companionship the office, help raise awareness, cared for by hospice programs Dr. Hurst became Chipola's the Assistant Dean of
and dignity to those facing seri- contribute to educational pro- every year. tenth president on April 1. The Workforce Development
ous and life-limiting illness. grams, and provide fundraising It is federally mandated un- District Board of Trustees select- at Gadsden State Community
"Hospice volunteers play an support and more. der Medicare that five percent' ed him in December to replace College.
indispensable role in enabling Hospice volunteers help the of all patient care hours be pro- Dr. Gene Prough, who retired on Dr. Hurst earned a doctorate
Covenant Hospiceto offer the people they serve live every mo- vided by trained volunteers. March 31. from Mississippi State Universi-
best care possible for patients ment of life to the fullest and en- This regulation reflects the vi- Hurst came to Chipola in ty in 2008, a Master of Education
living with life-limiting illness, able the organizations theywork tal role that volunteers play in November 2011 as Vice-Presi- from Auburn University in 1999
their families and caregivers. with to achieve their mission in the hospice philosophy of care dent of Baccalaureate and and. a Bachelor of Education
By sharing their time, energy, the community. Most hospice and ensures that a hospice Workforce Development and from Athens' State University in
and expertise, our volunteers volunteers choose to give their program has roots deep in the was promoted to Executive Vice 1997.
bring compassion and caring to time helping others because of community. President in 2013. ,Dr. Hurst and his wife,
the lives of those in need," said their own experience with the For those interested in learn- Prior to Chipola, Hurst Alisa, have three children-
Donna Meldon, Volunteer and compassionate care hospice ing more about Covenant Hos- served as Vice President for Hayden, Halle and Hunter.
Community Relations Manager. provided to a dying loved one. pice or volunteer opportunities,
Over 200 Covenant Hospice The National Hospice and please visit covenanthospice.
volunteers provided more than Palliative Care Organization re- org or call 482-8520. APRIL BU SIN ESS O F

USDA Announces the Extension of the Milk THE MONTH

Income Loss Contract Program for 2014
Specialtothe Floridan dairy producers when the Bos- must visit their local FSA office
ton Class I milk price falls be- between April 14,2014, and May
U.S. Department of Agricul- low $16.94 per hundredweight 30, 2014.
ture ,Farm SerVice Agency Ad- after, adjustment for the cost FSA will proiAde producers a.
ministrator Juan M. Garcia to- of dairy feed rations. MILC with information on program
day announc6d the extension of payments are calculated each requirements,,updates and sign-
the Milk Income Loss Contract month using the latest milk ups as the information becomes
program. price and feed cost, just as in available. For more information
The extended MILC protects the 2008 Farm Bill. The payment on MILC, contact a local FSA oR
dairy farmers enrolled in the rate for October 2013 through county office or visit the FSA
program against income loss January 2014 marketing is website at
through Sept. 1, or until a new zero. Payment rates during the USDA is an equal opportu-
Margin Protection Program months after January 2014 un- nity provider and employer. SUBMITTEDPHOTO
for dairy producers, estab- til the termination of the MILC To file a complaint of dis-
lished by the 2014 Farm Bill, is program will be determined as crimination, write to USDA, ast Jackson County Economic Development
operational. the appropriate data becomes Assistant Secretary for Civil Council recognized Sangaree Oil, Handi-Mart
Contracts for eligible produc- available. Rights, Office of the Assistant
ers enrolledinMILC on or before Since MILC payments are Secretary for Civil Rights, 1400 #3, as Business of the Month for April. The event
Sept. 30, 2013, are automatically limited to a maximum amount Independence Avenue, S.W., took place at 2022 River Rd., Sneads on Thursday, April
extended until the termina- of milk production each fiscal Stop 9410, Washington, DC 3. Formerly Seminole Outdoor
tion date of the MILC program. year, dairy operations may se- 20250-9410, or call toll-free
Dairy operations with approved lect a production start month at (866) 632-9992 (English) or Supply, Handi-Mart recently 4ph iil
MILC contracts will continue to other than October 2013 (the (800) 877-8339 (TDD) or (866) received a facelift and was re-
receive monthly payments if a start of fiscal year 2014). Pro- 377-8642 (English Federal-re- branded as Marathon this past
payment rate is in effect. ducers who want to select a dif- lay) or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish
MILC compensates enrolled ferent production start month Federal-relay). year. Marathon is the4th larg-
est refinery in the United States

Jackson HospitalAnnounces Telestroke Partnership Owners Steve and Jeanie San-
Special to the Floridan cide upon the best plan Hospital Nurse manager gacee have 10 s re troughout
for the patient. Amanda Trino states, Jackson County and are proud IN STORE:
Jackson Hospital welcomes Stroke is one of. the "This device allows the to be part of The East Jackson Ring Sizing, Watch
the InTouch RP-7 robot to their primary causes of se- patient to be assessed by County Development Council Pearl Re-stringing,
team. This telestroke robot al- vere adult disability and the neurologist within the Re-strin
lows Jackson Hospital's medical the fourth, highest cause first ten minutes of stroke and the Sneads community. Free Jewelry Cleaning
staff to use web-video stream- of death in the United symptoms." Pictured from left are Jeanie Layaway
ing to consult with Panama City. States. According to the Jackson Hospital is Sangaree, Kelly Barfoot, PeoplesE 1
neurologists: Maki, Elizawahry, Center for Disease Con- hosting a meet and Est. 1971
and Maddox. These neurolo- trol, "Stroke kills almost greet for this new mem- South Bank, Connie Butts,
gists now have the ability to as- 130,000 of the 800,000 ber of its team onApril 8 Sneads Town Manger, Homer
sess a Jackson Hospital patient Americans who die of at noon in the cafeteria. Hirt and Mary Neal, Manager,
in real time, diagnose 'f a pa- cardiovascular disease 850.482.4037
tient has had a stroke, and de- each year." Jackson Picture of the West Florida Electric, Sneads.
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January cold snap spells doom for palms

stand a minimum of 20
PENSACOLA,- A cold degrees.
snap in January has left Experts say indications
hundreds of damaged and of cold damage include
dead palm trees in the wilting, crown flopping
Florida Panhandle. because of internal trunk
The Pensacola News rot and lesions on the out-
Journal reports the freeze side of the trunk. They add
E PT that sent temperatures that it could take up to a
SUBMTEDPH h a OToa into the teens took a heavy year for a cold-damaged
Members of the Jazzmatazz Chipola Show Choir pose for a toll on plant life and espe- palm to recover.
photo. cially on palm ttees. Byron Calderon of Bry-
SJazz atazz Show A lot of the palm ais Lawn Maintenance
trees that you see in the said whether a palm can
area are not recommend- survive a cold snap de-
l hiunda ed for the zone that we're pends on the type of palm.
C h0oir ltckets on sale in,' said Carol Lord, a "Some palm trees, like
high energy, song and horticulture technician at sables, are hardy and can
Special to the Floridan dance favorites per- Escambia County Exten- recuperate on their own,"
formed by the group sion. "So they may not he said. "Root stimulator
Tickets are now on sale under the direction of come back." can help. If the crown or
for Jazzmatazz 2014 to Angier te aand Dr. Josh The U.S. Department of the growth inside is dead,
be presented by Chipola Martin, with choreogra- Agriculture uses a Hardi- then the tree should be
College's Award-Winning phy by Brittney Holmes. ness Zone Map to provide replaced.
Show Choir, April 10 and Tickets are $10 and gardeners and landscapers He recommends plant-
11, at 7 p.m. nightly in the are available from Show with information on plants ing palms near other
Center for the Arts. Choir members, or in the that will grow in their area. plants and even covering
This year's Jazzmatazz, Center for Arts Box Office, Certain types of palm them during extreme cold
entitled "Past, Present or online at www.chipola. trees are not able to with- weather. He says that's es-
and Future" will feature edu stand temperatures lower pecially true if there is a
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS than 30 degrees. freeze warning issued for
Palm Trees surround the Hyatt Place hotel near the Pensacola Pensacola is located in multiple days.
State Briefs International Airport, April 34. A cold snap in January has Zone 9, which means that The hardiness zone map
left hundreds of damaged and dead palm trees in the Florida plants planted in that area can be found at www.flor-
Find of car in canal gram has already used up Panhandle. should be able to with-
may solve 9-year $296 million in tax credits
ysolvem were it was allocated.
missing case The Senate Commerce as g l
COCONUT CREEK- and Tourism Committee ait ofbullied emeges from case file
Police say the discovery approved a bill to extended gil em erges from ca e le
of a car submerged in the program until 2020 The Associated Press
a South Florida canal and add $50 million a because of in-school, in- ment. Judd has said in the she was abused by her
behind a missing man's year. WINTER HAVEN The person conflicts, and Polk past that the girl's mother mother and child protec-
house may solve his mys- But the legislation Florida girl who authorities County Sheriff Grady Judd did everythingshe could to tive authorities were called
terious disappearance includes a contentious said jumped to her death has said the girl also en- end the bullying, including but Rebecca later told
nine years ago. proposal to require a cash because she was bullied dured a barrage of cruel home-schooling her and adults that her claims were
Authorities say the match from counties also had a spotty relation- text and online messages informing school and law a lie.
green Ford Thunderbird where filming occurs. ship with her father and before her death. But the enforcement officials. Rebecca was in counsel-
and its license plate Sen. Nancy Detert, had just broken up with an prosecution ultimately fell After Rebecca's death, ing, where bullying and -
match the car owned R-Venice, said the local online boyfriend, accord- apart because of a lack of Judd said as many as 15 Rebecca's home life were
by 69-year-old William match is being pushed by ing to police documents. evidence, classmates had ganged the main topics of discus-
Naylor. Coconut Creek House Republicans and An Associated Press re- Thecaseunderscored the up on the girl and sent sion, the records show.
police said Monday that that the bill won't pass view of 12-year-old Re- difficulty of prosecuting :her messages saying "You Rebecca's mother de-
skeletal remains were in without it. becca Sedwick's 30.0-page bullying cases, especially should die" and "Why don't cided to home school her
the car. Dental records investigative file reveals a cases using online evi- you go killyourself?" Butno after. January2013, and in
are being used to confirm Woman arrested in more complete picture of dence. Rebecca's mother such messages appear in late August, Rebecca at-
the identity. wong-way crash the girl's life: She was con- and others called for bully- the case file, although de- tended a new schoo
Naylor went missing cerned about her mother ing to be criminalized, but tectives interviewed some A friend of Rebecca's told
in February 2005. If is FORT AUDERDALE and stepfather's fighting, a bill that would have done students who said they had detectives that she chat-
identity is confirmed, it A woman who tweeted had been involuntarily just that died in the Florida seen such messages. Judd ted with Rebecca on social
appears the remains have about being drunk before committed and wrote in Legislature this year. Law- said his detectives tried to media five days before she
been in the canal near his getting into a wrong-way her diary that she cut her- makers and law enforce- obtain records from social died. Rebecca didn't say
home the entire time. South Florida express- self to "ease the pain." ment officials including media companies overseas anything about bullying,
The car was found way crash that killed two in a diary entry dated Judd opposed the bill without success. the xeport said, but Rebec-
Saturday by a non-profit other womenhas been two weeks before she because they said cyber- There are no chat tran- ca stated that she "hated
group called Miss- arrested. leaped to her death in Sep- bullying in particular was scripts between Rebecca her life and wasn't doing
ing Children Interna- The Florida Highway tember 2013, the girl notes difficult to prosecute. and her alleged bullies. good."
tionalMinistries, which PatrolreportedMonday that on one particular "Rebecca was a very frag- Deputies wrote that they Nancy Willard, the au-
searches canals and that 21-year-old Kayla day, she had been called ile child," Judd said in a saw screen shots of cruel thor of "Positive Relations
waterways in hopes of Mendoza was charged "pretty, nice beautiful, recent interview. "Rebec- messages and that sone of @ School (& Elsewhere),
finding missing vehicles in the November deaths funny, awesome." Yet she ca's wagon was already the evidence was deleted, reviewed the investigative
and people. The group of Kaitlyn Ferrante and also had been called "ugly, pretty heavily burdened but it's unclear by whom, file and said she was sur-
then contacted police. Marisa Cantronio. Police stupid, slut, fat, not good with bricks. And we never Judd said. prised the two teens were
*Police say foul play is say Mendoza was driving enough." At the bottom said that bullying was the It's clear from the file ever charged, given all the
not suspected. the wrong way on the of the page she wrote one only reason Rebecca com- that Rebecca had prob- variables in Rebecca's life.
Sawgrass Expressway word: "suicidal." mitted suicide. But what lems with kids at her mid- "What is strange is that
Police: Homeowner in Broward County and However, the file con- the bullies did, is that die school in December despite solid evidence of
Pomice slammed into the car stains scant evidence of cy- they continued to stack 2012 and January 2013. challenges associated with
faly shoots driven by Ferrante. berbullying, even though bricks on an already over- Interviews with several Rebecca's home life, for
robbery supect Before the crash, Men- officials publicly described loaded wagon, 'til finally it students said that one girl some unknown reason, the
WINTER HAVEN -A doza allegedly tweeted cruel text and social me- broke." in particular picked on detectives chose to spend
robbery suspect is dead out "2 drunk 2 care" and dia messages as reasons An attorney represent- Rebecca, and Rebecca all of their time in middle
after a shooting inside a made references to mar- for Rebecca's suicide. Two ing Rebecca's mother did and another girl were school 'drama land' trying
home in central Florida. juana and bongs. classmates were charged not immediately respond suspended for fighting. to find someone to arrest,"
Winter Haven police Authorities say Men- with stalking Rebecca to messages seeking com- Rebecca had told friends Willard said.
say they responded doza is charged with two
counts each of DUI man-
Motna to edid i ander ng thout, 2 die in fl e crash during zombie movie lming
Luis A. Pena told police a license c death. plane
the family heard sounds a license causing death.
thke familyheatrdn sous Court records did not list
break in the house. He an attorney for her. The Associated Press Monroe was flying the zombie movie being shot filming site, then the plane
went to investigate and The FHP says Mendoza plane as the passenger, in Summerfield. stalled. It went down nose
saw a man rattling the was taken to the Broward SUMMERFIELD Au- 70-year-old Joseph Lewis The Ocala Star-Ban- first.
French doors leading County Jail. thorities say two peo- Sardinas, was filming a ner reports witnesses The Federal Aviation Ad-
from a back porch. ple are dead after their scene involving an air- told deputies the plane ministration will investi-
Police say Pena grabbed Man killed during small plane crashed as plane in a low budget banked a turn over the gate the crash.
a firearm and fired a fight with deputy they filmed a zombie mov-
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haven't determined how Williams was killed Mon-
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Authorities are trying to ban West Palm Beach.
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Obituaries Tourism

James & Sikes ledonia St. Marianna, FL From Page A
Funeral Home 32446, or to the organiza-
Maddox Chapel tion of your choice. James more fully explore the is-
4278 Lafayette Street & Sikes Funeral Home more fully explorthat must be ovthe is-
Marianna, F1 32446 Maddox Chapel is in se othat must be over-u
850.482.2332 charge of arrangments. come, in order to fully
http://www.jamesand Expressions of sympathy capture the attention of may be made online at potentialvisitors.
http://www.jamesandsikes Some of those people
JoAnn Bell came in a day early or
James & Sikes stayed an extra day to ex-.
Hohn Funeral Home plore alittle more of Jack-
Maddox Chapel son County, with tours
T 4278 Lafayette Street arranged for Florida Cay-
Marianna, Fl 32446 erns State Park in Marl-
850.482.2332 anna, the Seacrest Wolf 4
http://www.jamesand Preserve in Chipley, and other points of interest.
Some of them also went
Alan son to the Marianna Paiht-N-
George Pork arts and barbecue PHOTO BY KRISTIE CLOUD / FLORIDAN
Ge rge ifestival Friday evening or Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner talks about the natural resources he enjoys on his
Whiting Saturday. many camping trips in Northwest Florida.
Other key speakers in-
JoAnn Bell Hom passed Alanson George Whiting, cluded Pam Portwood, second in command, RiverWay South AC. The event. That kind of steady
away on April 5, 2014, at 80, of Greenwood, died project manager for the Kerri Post, was also on first, held two years ago growth, Randall said, is
Southeast Alabama Medi- hiSaturday, Apresidencel 5, 2014 at sponsoring organization. the podium. in Blountstown, attract- just the sort that a nature-
cal Center i inDothan. Mr. Whiting served in the. o Also taking the podium Jackson County Tourist ed 95 people. This year's based tourism should re-
She was born in Malone, U.S. Army for six years. He was Jerrie Lindsey, direc- Development Director summit, held in a more alize as the infrastructure
Florida on April 27, 1943. lived in Greenwood for the tor of the Florida Fish and PamFuqua also spoke. populated area and with of tourism opportunities
She was preceded in past 12 years and loved Wildlife Commission's The roster of speakers a larger number of top- and promotion of them
enie Louby and Boss el, n- boating, photography and Public Access and Wild- also included individu- caliber speakers, was are built out.
her brother a, loFred Bell artistry. He was a Mason life Viewing Services of- als with expertise in pad- significantly more well- Hirt said the RiverWay
She is survived by her and member of Green- ice. The state also sent dling trails, wildflowers, attended. That suggests South team will meet to.
husband, Don of Marian- wood United Methodist Aria Richmond, Chief of historic tourism, and the summit seems to be analyze this year's gather-
na, Florida, daughter Terry Church. the Bureau of Commu- other popular areas of in- growing "organically," ing so that they can learn
O'Connor of Pensacola, death by his parents, Ho nity Planning in the De- terest to visitors, in a natural advance as lessons to help them have
Florida, grandchildreno well and Vera Welch Whit- partment of Economic This was the second more people learn and an even better summit
James (Lauren) Harris of ing. Opportunity. Detzner's such summit put on by spread theword about the next time around.
Oahu, Hawaii, and Chris- s i surv bv e w
Jacksville Fe d a, a ndw of oalmost 40 years, Glenda
Jacksonville, Flonda, and Ruth Thompson Whiting; ural place and time to announce Toole said rtembers of the MCFM
gr heat grandaughter, Lei five sons, Travis Whiting et the opening of the Friday market are welcome to participate in his
by her brothers Willi and wife, Patty of Pace, FroPagelA day, and that he has his lease in market regardless of the misunder-
(Kandy) Bell of Corpus Jon Whiting and wifeo, hplace with the city of Marianna to standings that have taken place.
Christi, Texas, and Robert John Whiting and wife, his public aware- go forward with the plan. All sellers will pay a $10 parking-
(Lisa) Bell of Pensacola, Susan of Cincinnati, OH,
(Lisand hBer sistroe l A Deanna Maddox and wife, ness campaign today Lastyear, Toole and the Marianna fee to participate each time they
anier ter Loain Berook, Penny of Brookfield, CO, informally as he meets and greets City Farmers Market that operates vend on Fridays.
Lanier of Mountain Brook sur- David Whiting and wife, Ju- other growers at the "Farmers Mar- on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday The other group has control of
Alabama. She is also sur- dy of Southport, FL; three ket University" seminar, an event parted ways shortly after he was the market space on the other days
vived by many nieces daughters, Helen Schier- hosted by the Jackson County Ex- voted out of the president's post in with a different fee schedule in
nephews, and step- baum of Panama City tension Office. that group. He decided to organize play.
JoAnn was a resident of Beach, FL, Margie Doster The university seminar is free of his market group to sell on Fridays Toole said he and his growers can
Pensacola for over it and husband, Jim of Ma- charge but requires pre-registra- because he felt there was a demo- acceptWIC coupons for their pro-
years and was actively in- ianna, FL, Melinda Md- ton online or by calling 850-763- graphic that wasnt being served duce and that he's working to get
volved in the community. dox f Southport, FL; 19 7359.Itwillbeginat4p.m.andcon- by the morning-start markets on SNAP-certified as well.'
She was a long-time realtor grandchildreand greudes at 8:30 p.m. It is described Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. He said he also hopesto expand
and the managerowner of Graveside services will be as being geared to "makers, bakers After a period of time in which the market next year to include en-
Bartee Chiropractic Clinic.S at 1 alm. Thursday, April and growers," and is meant to help Toole was not welcome to be atthe tertainment from time to time as
After her retirement, she 10, 2014 in Greenwood growers, arts and crafters, bakers, Market on those days, he has been it grows, but that for now produce
became an artist and pro- Methodist Cemetery with gardeners and. others "transform allowed to resume his presence alone will be the focus.
duced main atings. She Rev. John Kramer officiat- their passions into jobs," according there as an employee of his parents, To find out more about the Friday
served as President of the ing. James & Sikes Funeral to a flier about the event. who are long-standing members of market days, call Dana Abitbol at
Pilot Club, Krewe of Aphro- Home Maddox Chapel di- Toole said he felt that was the nat- the market group. 850-259-6052.
dite, and Art Study Club. recting. No visitation is
-In 2013,- she was honored planned.
as Queen by the Maids of Expressions of sypathy Some flash flooding a Bartlett Road (south to the latest NWS fore-
Luna. In recentyears, she http://www.jamesandsikes was reported on Wynn of Suncrest) cast available as of press
and her husband relocated and Davis streetsa as the. Blue Springs Road (at time, there's a 30 percent
to Merrits Mill Pond in the From Page IA most intense rains moved Chapel Lane) chance of 9howers after
Marianna area where she through downtown Mari- i Fairview Road (south 1 p.m. It will be mostly
enjoyed landscaping, gar-
dening, and boating activi- leaving behind stormwa- anna City road crews saw of Kynesville Road) sunny, with a high near
ties. ter to accumulate in areas a few areas of water accu- Grissett Road 73 and breezy, with awest
A memorial, service wil of low elevation. Some of mulation, but traffic was e Hansford Road (be- windto 10mph increas-
be held at 10:30 AM Thurs- Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. that water caused road largely unhindered as the tween Alliance and ing to 15 to 20 mph in the
day, April 10, 2014 at the Your Local Florist and Gifts hazards in familiar spots rains let up. Bartlett roads) afternoon. The chance of
First United Methodist 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna like Fairview Road in The Monday afternoon a Henderson Road (at rain drops to 20 percent
Church in Marianna. In 850372-4456 Marianna. County crews road update from the Moore Road) tonight.
lieu of flowers, memorial Michaes Toggery placed barricades there county Road arid Bridge Motorists are advised Wednesday should be
contributions may be Funeral Appropriate Attire arid Blue Springs Road at department reported wa- to, use caution on those mostly sunny, with a high
made td the First United 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna Pope Chapel Circle (west ter over the road at the roadways. near73 and north-north-
Methodist Church 2901 Ca- 850-482-8647 end). following locations: For today, according west wind at 5 to 15mph.

Iconic Hollywood actor Mickey Rooney dies at 93
The Associated Press and I love them all ... each said in an interview'with
and every one. Welaughed The Associated Press in
LOS ANGELES--- Mickey all the time," Carol Chan- March 2008. "There's a lot
Rooney's approach to life ning said. to be done."
was simple: "Let's put on a A small man physically, This from a man who did
show1" He spent nine de- Rooney was prodigious more than just about any-
cades doing it, on the big in talent, scope, ambition one in Hollywood and out-
screen, on television, on and appetite. He sang and lasted pretty much every-
stage and in his extrava- danced, played roles both one from old Hollywood.
gant personal life.- serious arid silly, wrote Rooney was among the
A superstar in his youth, memoirs, a novel, movie last survivors of the stu-
Rooney was Hollywood's scripts and plays and mar- dio era, which his career
top box-office draw in ried eight times, siring 11 predated, most notably
the late 1930s to early children. with the lead in a series
1940s. He epitomized the His first marriage to of "Mickey McGuire" kid
"show" part of show busi- the glamorous, and taller, comedy shorts from the
ness, even if the business Ava Gardner lasted only late 1920s to early'30s that
end sometimes failed him a year. But a fond recol- were meant to rival Hal
amid money troubles and lection from Rooney years Roach's "Our Gang" flicks.
a seesaw of career tail- later "I'm 5 feet 3, but I After signing with MGM
spins and revivals. was 6 feet 4 when.I mar- in l934, Rooneylandedhis
Pint-sized, precocious, ried Ava" summed up first big role playing Clark
impish, irrepressible THEASSOCIATEDPRESS the man's passion and ca- Gable's character as a boy
perhaps hardy is the Rooney, a Hollywood legend whose career spanned more than 80 years, has died. He was 93. pacity for life. in "Manhattan Melodra-
most-suitable adjective Los Angeles Police Commander Andrew Smith said that Rooney was with his family when he Rooney began as a tod- ma." A yaar later, still only
for Rooney, a perennial died Sunday at his North Hollywood home. dler in his parents' vaude- in his mid-teens, Rooney
comeback artist whose ville act in the 1920s. He was doing Shakespeare,
early blockbuster success Angeles County Coroner's time of his death, "The four Academy Awards was barely six when he playing an exuberant Puck
- as the vexing but whole- office said Rooney died a Strange Case of Dr.- Jekyll over a four-decade span first appeared on screen, in Max Reinhardt's "A Mid-
spme Andy Hardy and natural death, and Mr. Hyde," with Mar- and received two special playing a midget in the summer Night's Dream,"
as Judy Garland's musi- There were no fur- garet O'Brien. Oscars for film achieve- 1926 silent comedy short- which also fdatured James
cal comrade in arms was ther details immediately "Mickey was somebody ments, won an Emmy for "Not to Be Trusted," and Cagney and Olivia de
bookended 70 years later available on the cause of that everybody loved, his TV movie "Bill" arid he was still at it more than Havilland.
with roles in "Night at death, but Rooney did at- but to me he was part of had -a Tony nomination 80 years later, working in- Rooney soon was earn-
the Museum" and "The tend Vanity Fair's Oscar the family," Liza Minnelli for his Broadway smash cessantly as he racked up ing $300 a week with fea-
Muppets." party last month, where posted on her Facebook "Sugar Babies." about 250 screen credits tured -roles in such films
Rooney died Sunday at he posed for photos with page. "He was one of a "I loved working with in a career unrivaled for as "Riff Raff," "Little Lord
age93 surrounded byfam- other veteran stars and kind, and will be admired Mickey on 'Sugar Babies.' length and variety. Fauntleroy," "Captains
ily at his North Hollywood seemed fine. He was also and respected always." He was very professional, "I always say, 'Don't re- Courageous" and "The
home, police said. The Los shooting a movie at the He was nominated for his stories were priceless tire inspire,'" Rooney Devil Is a Sissy."


Storms sock the Southeast; 1 killed in Georgia
The Associated Press ham-based Alabama
Power Co. reported 11,000
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. homes and businesses
Severe thunderstorms without electricity. That
dumped heavyrains across Overn.g.t was cut to about 4,500
the Southeast on Monday Monday afternoon
and caused flash flooding In the Atlanta suburb of
in central Alabama, where Lilburn, Gwinnett County
crews in small boats and a firefighters were called to
military trucks had to res- Jackson Creek after wit-
cue dozens of people from nesses saw a car leave the
their homes and cars. road. The car soon was
In Mississippi, poli ce swallowed by the creek. A
and volunteers searched few hours later, firefight-
for a 9-year-old girl who ers with an inflatable boat
was swept away after the found the driver dead
storms dropped nearly 7 inside, fire department
inches of rain there over spokesman Lt. Colin Rho-
the lasttwo days.A possible den said in a statement.
tornado in another part of In Augusta,, Ga., where
the state damaged homes the Master's golf tourna-
and hurt seven people, and ment is being held this
a motorist in metro Atlanta week, practice round play
was found dead after driv- was halted Monday two
ing into a creek swollen hours after it began. It was
with rainwater. the first time in 11 years
Strong winds downed that weather washed out a
trees, power lines and Monday practice round.
snarled rush hour In Mississippi, a 9-year-
commutes. old girl was last seen play-
In Pelham, just south of THEASSOCIATED PRESS ing in floodwater near her
Birmingham, more than Firefighters rescue a family from their home, surrounded by floodwaters, in a mobile home park in Pelham, Ala., on Monday. parents' house around 7
4 inches of rain fell from. Overnight storms dumped torrential rains in central Alabama, causing flooding across a wide area. p.m. Sunday in Yazoo City,
7 p.m. Sunday to 7 a.m. the Delta region northwest
Monday. Police and fire- the complex. homes along a creek in Martin, a renter, said she At an apartment com- of Jackson,
fighters rescued people Pelham Fire Battalion Pelham also flooded, with had insurance to cover her plex in the suburb of Yazoo County Director of
who became trapped in Chief Mike Knight said some units getting 4 to 5 belongings, but doesn't Homewood, rescue crews Emergency Management
flooded townhomes and a people realized at day- feet of water. Some resi- know where she will live. "I used a boat to help several Joey Ward said a neighbor
mobile home park. break that the water, 7 feet dentswent to their second just moved here," she said. residents and pets get out saw her wash into a cul-
Dozens of cars had water deep in some places, was floors to wait for the wa- Marisa Franks sat on her of flooded first-floor units. vert. Ward said divers have
up to their roofs. Rescue surrounding their homes, ter to recede, while others porch at a town house on Mudslides toppled trees cleared all the culverts and
workers wearing life jack- Some people had to aban- evacuated, higher ground. She had no and blocked several roads. attention turned to a large
ets waded through muddy don cars after driving into Shannon Martin said she ideawhat was going on un- Some roads in Birming- canal.
water nearlyto their chests areaswherethefloodwater had water up to the top til a neighbor knocked on ham became impassable Farther south, a possible
to reach stranded resi- was deeper than expected. of her toilet bowl in her her door Monday morning due to flood waters and tornado damaged homes
dents. Hundreds of more "It's been a long time first floor. She and a friend to tell her to move her car. fallen trees, and schools in Covington County,.
people in mobile homes since it's done this, so peo- waded through flooded She said the water got up delayed opening in many where seven minor in-
on highergroundwereiso- pie kind of weren't expect- streets to get inside and to her porch, areas of central Alabama juries were reported, the
lated because water coy- ing it," he said. floated out some of her be- "This is a lot of flooding due to the heavy rains. Emergency Management
ered the only entrance to A development of town- longings in a cooler. for Alabama," she said. At one point, Birming- Agency said.

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FORT HOOD, Texas ------
Army investigators. on
Monday released a more
detailed timeline of last
week's fatal shootings at
Fort Hood, describing an
eight-minute rampage in
which the suspect fired 35
shots over an area span- ackson County
ning the equivalent of two Jackson County twitterco/
city blocks. Floridan jcfloridannews
Three people were killed
and 16 others wounded
in the shooting spree be-
fore the suspect, Spc. Ivan
Lopez, killed himself, au- 5
thorities said.
During a news con-
ference Monday, Army
spokesman Chris Grey
said the shootings at the
Texas post followed an ar-
gument related to Lopez's
request for taking leave,
but he didn't indicate
whether it was granted or
describe circumstances
behind the request.
A spokesman for Lopez's
family said last week that
Lopez was upset he was
granted only a 24-hour
leave to attend his moth-
er's funeral in November.
That leave -was then ex- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
tended to two days. Flowers decorate a fence outside of Fort Hood's east gate on Sunday, April 6, in Killeen, Texas,
The shooting spree in honor of those killed and wounded in the Fort Hood shooting on April 2. Three people were
Wednesday ended when killed and 16 were wounded when a gunman opened fire before taking his own life at the Fort
Lopez killed himself with Hood military base.
his .45-caliber pistol after
confronting a female mili- entered was a block away In another attack at the of violence.
tary police officer, who at a medical building, base in 2009, 13 people He seemed to have a
Grey said fired once at Lo- Grey said, walking inside were killed by Army psy- clean record and Grey
pez but didn't strike him. and killing a soldier be- chiatrist Nidal Hasan, said again Monday that
Providing the most de- hind the desk. who had said he was an- Lopez showed no ties to
tail yet about the second "At this point we do not gry about being deployed potential terrorists.
mass shooting at Fort know why he entered that to Afghanistan and want-
Hood in five years, Grey building, and we maynev- ed to protect Islamic and
mapped out how Lopez er know why," Grey said. Taliban leaders from U.S.
opened fire in the build- In all, investigators say troops.
ing where the argument Lopez fired more than 35 Lopez did a short stint
began before leaving shots. in Iraq in 2011 and told
and driving away, shoot- Authorities said 11 of 16 medical personnel he had
mg at times from his car. injured have returned to suffered a traumatic brain
The three who died were duty. injury.
gunned down in separate Three soldiers who re- The 34-year-old was
locations, main at nearby Scott & undergoing treatment for
Grey said Lopez first White Hospital, where depression and anxiety
killed one soldier and the most critically injured while being evaluated for
wounded 10 others in the were taken, were listed in post-traumatic stress dis-
first building the dead fair condition Monday. order, base officials said.
being one of the men President Barack Obama Fort Hood officials on
Lopez had argued with is scheduled to attend a Friday, however; said his
moments earlier, memorial serviceWednes- mental condition was not
Lopez then drove to a day at Fort Hood. a "direct participating fac-
motor pool area where the Authorities said trans- tor" in the shooting.
Army truck driver was as- portation arrangements Officials said Lopez did
signed and worked, killing for the three dead are not see any combat in
another, Grey said. being finalized for their Iraq and had not previ-
The last place Lopez funerals. ouslydemonstrated a risk





Bulldogs end tough week with 4-2 loss to BHS

BY DUSTIN KENT nal two innings to hold on. with 10 strikeouts. Blountstown used three Reid Long went 3-for-3
pitchers on the afternoon with a double and a run
The Marianna Bulldogs starting, with Ridge Dietz, for MHS, with Jon Michael
ended a tough week on a who left with the game 1-1 af- Edge-Glover getting the only
sour note Saturday, falling to ter giving up an unearned run other hit for the Bulldogs.
Blountstown 4-2 at home to in the third inning, replaced For Blountstown, Colby
drop their third consecutive by Dylan Lee who went three Mullins had a hit and an RBI
game and fall to 6-12 on the innings to get the decision, and Tyreek Sumner had a hit
year. Lee allowed an earned run and a run, with Derek Eberly
Marianna opened the week in the fifth inning and gave walking and scoring twice.
with a pair of road losses, up two hits and a walk while Marianna will next go on
falling first to Rutherford striking out three overall, the road today to take on
14-0 on Tuesday and then 8-2 with Chasen Roulhac closing Early County (Ga.) in a dou-
to Sneads on Thursday. it out with two scoreless in- bleheader before finishing
The Bulldogs were unable nings to pick up the save. the week at home Friday
to get back on track Satur- Hayden Hurst took the against Pensacola Catholic.
day, with the Tigers going loss for Marianna, going- Blountstown will host Ma-
up for good with a two-run the distance and giving up clay tonight and follow that KRISTIE CLOUD/FLORIDAN
fourth inning and keeping four runs one earned on at Wewahitchka on Thursday Laurence Glover (5) bunts in a game last week.
MHS off the board in the fi- three hits and four walks and home for Altha on Friday.

Malone Dmba. CC BlSE _1.

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fivein. arow Indians fali from irs
The Malone Tigers made it
five wins in a row
Friday night with
a 7-1 road victory
over the Bethle-
hem Wildcats to
improve to 8-6 on
the season and 7-3 in District 1
Malone beat Bethlehem 9-2
on March 19 to start the streak,
following it with wins over Pop-
lar Springs, Ponce de Leon, and
Laurel Hill.
Robert Orshall got the start on
the mound in Friday's victory
and went all seven innings to
get the decision, giving up just
one earned run on two hits, five
walks, and nine strikeouts.
Orshall also had a big night at
the plate, leading Malone with
three hits, including two dou-
bles, to go along with two runs
and an RBI.
Mason Dixson and Scott Ste-
phens both went 2-for-3 with an
RBI, while BT Johnson was 2-for-
3 with two runs, with Jesse Harris
going 1-for-4with an RBI, and An- KRISTIE CLOUD/ FLORIDAN
twain Johnson 1-for-4 with a run. Josh Merrigan (20) dives back to first base in a game earlier this season.
The Tigers are scheduled to
return to action today at home
against Poplar Springs before Loss to Raiders leaves Commodores atop Panhandle
finishing out thd week with an-
other home district game Friday
against Paxton. BY DUSTIN KENT answered with five runs in the top of the hits and a strikeout. sixth and five more in the seventh to take Michael Mader started on the mound
mw t BAD Tcontrol. for Chipola and gave up three earned
The Chipola Indians had their four- The Indians scored two runs in the runs on eight hits and three walks with
game Panhandle Conference win streak bottom of the ninth and had the bases three strikeouts, coming out in the top of
High School Baseball snapped Saturday in Marianna, falling loaded with two outs for Jason Sierra, but the sixth with the bases loaded with a 3-2
Tuesday- Sneads at Liberty to the Northwest Florida State Raiders James Granat came on to replace Alberto lead following singles byJabari Gayle and
County, 6 p.m.; Poplar Springs at 13-9. Rodriguez on the mound and got Sierra Danny Blanco and an error that allowed
Malone, 6 p.m.; Marianna at Early Chipola was coming off of a 6-5 win to fly out to centerfield to end the game. Thomas Lopez to reach.
County (Ga.), 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. Friday in the opening game.of the series Brandon Nagem got the win for Chris Mosley came on to pitch for
Thursday- Cottondale at with Northwest Florida State follownag a Northwest for three innings of relief in Chipola and his second pitch got away
Sneads, 6 p.m. three-game sweep of Pensacola State. which he gave up three earned runs on to allow Gayle to come home and tie the
Friday- Sneads at Graceville, On Saturday, the Indians were in posi- four hits and a walk with two strikeouts, game.
6 p.m.; Pensacola Catholic at tion to continue their run of wins leading while Adonis Hernandez took the loss
Marianna, 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.; 3-2 through five innings, but the Raiders after allowing two earned runs on four See FALL, Page 6B
Paxton at Malone, 5 p.m.

High School Softball
Tuesday- Sneads at Chipley,
6 p.m.; Graceville at Poplar S S Baea88 ll
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Amdan 5 ottondale at Huge finish earns Sneads big district win
Malone, 5 p.m.; Port St. Joe at
Marianna, 6 p.m.
Friday- Marianna at Sneads, BY DUSTIN KENT Cade Hall hit a fly ball to left field
6 p.m.; Malone at Blount- dkent@jcfloridan.iom for a single that was misplayed
stown, 5 p.m. and rolled all the way to the wall,
The Sneads Pirates picked up allowing all three runs plus Hall
Chipola Baseball a big district victory Friday night to score to make it 14-9.
Chipola wfil wrap up its series in Blountstown, using a huge "That was the play that sort of
against Northwest Florida State seventh inning rally to beat the busted the game open," Sneads
on Tuesday at home at 5p~m., Tigers 15-9. coachPat Jones said."Theymade
and then play the fiast 5oftwo Sneads trailed 9-7 after Blount- some errors that helped us, but
games with Gulf coast State on stown scored two runs in the we were hitting the ball hard and
w it P a tyat bottom of the sixth inning, but making the plays hard for them
p.m. beforeyhostingthe second the Pirates blew past'the Tigers to handle. We got down a couple
in the seventh thanks in part to of times, but I never saw any quit
mThe Idayat 2th p go total- a defensive meltdown that fea- in our boys. They just kept put-
lahassee oniSan thday for a noon tured four BHS errors. ting the ball in play and making
A dropped third strike started something happen."
game. the rally for the Pirates to give Dustin Sneads got the win for
them their first base-runner, the Pirates, pitching a score-
Chipola Softball with Chris Greene following less inning and 1/3 and striking
The Lady Indians will host a with a single to put runners on out two while allowing no hits
doubleheader with Northwest first and second. or walks, with Johnson starting
FloridaState onThursdayat4 Ryne Danford then singled to and getting a no-decision after
p.m. and 6 p. beforegoing score the first run of the inning giving up five earned runs on
on the roadSaturday fof games and Blake Johnson followed 10 hits and three walks with two
against Pensacola State at 1 p.m. with a two-RBI single to put the strikeouts in 5 2/3.
and 3 p.m. KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN Pirates ahead 10-9.
Hunter Johnson (15) slides safe at home in a game last week. After Josh Taylor was inten- See DISTRICT, Page 6B
See BRIEFS, Page 6B tionallywalked to load the bases, L


Colege Basketbal

Florida's season a success despite Final Four flop

The Associated Press details of how Florida's na- thing I'll never forget." recited Donovan's recent
tional semifinal unfolded Florida won a school-re- anecdote about getting to
ARLINGTON, Texas Saturday night at AT&T cord 30 consecutive games, a potential stopping point
Scottie Wilbekin sat Stadium fade, the Gators set another mark with 32 while climbing Mount
hunched in his locker, his will be able to smile about consecutive home wins, Everest, and instead of set-
eyes red, his voice hush what will go down as one became the first team to tling for the small accom-
* and his legs still cramping. of the most successful sea- go 18-0 in the Southeast- plishment, finding the for-
Teammates Casey Prath- sons in school history ern Conference's regular titude to make it the rest of
er, Will Yeguete and Pat- "This team was so spe- season, swept the league the way despite potential
ric Young were a few feet cial, something I'm never tournament and earned pitfalls and adversity.
away, also fighting back going to forget for all my the top overall seed in the Floridatried.TheHuskies
tears while trying to find life," Young said after a NCAA tournament for the got in the way again.
words to explain how they 63-53 loss to Connecticut. second time. The Gators (36-3) lost to
playedsopoorlyn college "We accomplished a lot And after losing in a re- UConn in early December
basketball's biggest stage. just by loving each other gional final the last three on Shabazz Napier's buzz-
It was a painful ending and being really commit- years, the Gators finally er-beater, which many
for Florida's four seniors, ted and loving playing with made it to the Final Four. called lucky.
the mainstays of coach one another. So I'm just re- They talked all week The rematch was far SOFlorida's Florida guard Scottie Wilbekin (5), PRESse
Billy Donovan's team. ally going to cherish every- about not being satisfied from a fluke, with the Hus- Prather (24), center Patric Young (4) and forwardWill Yeguete
But when the disappoint- thing that we had this year with just getting here and kies dominating the final (15) celebrate afer defeating Kentucky 84-65 in a game March
ment flees, when the vivid and it's going to be some- finishing the journey. They 30 minutes of the game. 8, in Gainesville, Fla.


Mourning, Richardson, Williams. make Hall of Fame

The Associated Press est dreams would I ever They joined the previ- moment with daughter ask the good Lord to give er of the year who was
thought as a freshman ously announced class Yvonne Richardson and them the message that amonig the league's best
DALLAS Alonzo that I would be sitting on of 2014 that includes re- son 'Nolan Richardson things are good and I've shot-blockers, while Rich-
Mourningwentto George- the 'board of that univer- tired NBA Commissioner III. His daughter died of done all right." mond was an elite scorer
town to play basketball, sity. Now I'm rubbing el- David Stern. The induc- leukemia at 15, and his Williams led Maryland, who won a title in a sec-
not discover the world. bows with CEOs and bil- tion ceremony is Aug. 8 in son and former assistant his alma mater, to the ondary role with the Los
The 6-foot-10 center 'lionaires and individuals Springfield, Mass. coach was found dead at 2002 title with a victory Angeles Lakers in 2001-
who won an NBA title that helped change this Richardson was hon- his home in Tulsa, Okla., over Indiana. He retired in 02, his final season.
with the Miami Heat was world." ored 20 years after leading two years ago at the age 2011 with 668 wins, seven Richmond's best years
voted to the Naismith Me- Mourning was elected Arkansas to the NCAA title of 47. 25-win seasons and 22 were on losing teams in
morial Basketball Hall of along with former NBA over Duke. A former play- Richardson also remem- postseason appearances, Sacramento. He aver-
Fame on Monday, adding star Mitch Richmond and er under the late Hall of bered several Texas West- including 11 straight trips aged a career-high 25.9
that honor to becoming a NCAA championship- Fame coach Don Haskins ern teammates who had to the NCAA tournament. points for a 34-48 team in
board member at his alma winning coaches- Nolan at Texas Western (now died. "I was just a coach," Wil- 1996-97.
mater. Richardson and Gary Wil- UTEP), Richardson also "I know they would be liams said. "To be able to "You can judge me and
"I didn't unde'rstand the liams. The women's team guided the Razorbacks to so happy and delighted," go in with Nolan certainly you can judge my game,"
prestige of this university, from Immaculata College, the Final Four in 1990 and said Richardson, who is great." said Richmond, who is
the global prestige of this which won three straight 1995. hasn't coached since leav- Mourning was a seven- 37th on the NBA scoring
university," Mourning national championships in The 72-year-old Rich- ing Arkansas in 2002 and time NBA All-Star and list at 20,497 points. "I'm a
said. "Never in my wild- the 1970s, also was chosen. ardson couldn't share the has 509 career victories. "I two-time defensive play- Hall of Famer."

Warriors'Jackson says h s future Weirdness reigns as

1 N* NAplayoffs loom
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The Associated Press San Antonio earned
its 60th victory. The Spurs
The Associated Press moves involving two of MIAMI The NBA will almost certainly fin-
his assistant coaches the playoffs are coming. So ish with the No. 1 over-
OAKLAND, Calif. -w past two weeks. The War- much for predictability. all seed, but why does it
Golden State Warriors riors' management fired Commence with the seem like there still isn't
coach Mark Jackson han- Darren Erman. on Sat- weirdness. enough talk about them?
dled questions about the urday for "a violation of Like Indiana pulling its On to the week ahead,
"chatter" swirling around company policy" but de- starters, halfway through and five things to watch:
his future with his usual clined to reveal the policy the first quarter in an em- WADE RETURN?: Heat
bold and boisterous ban- he violated. Jackson also barrassing home loss. Or G Dwyane Wade went
ter Sunday night, raising reassigned Brian Scal- J.R. Smith trying an NBA- through a long pregame
his eyebrows and smiling abrine to the team's NBA record 22 3-pointers in a workout Sunday before
after every answer. Development League af- loss that probably doomed missing his sixth straight
Jackson still knows his filiate in Santa Cruz on New York's playoff hopes, game with a hamstring
critics and the deci- March25 because of what OrCarmeloAnthonybeing issue. The Heat are 12-
sion-makers in the or- Jackson called a "differ- either unable or unwilling 1 in their last 13 games
ganization will not be ence in philosophies." to shoot in the fourth quar- without Wade, but James
satisfied just because he Support still remains ter of that game. Or Hous- looks like he could use
can spin a sentence that high for Jackson in the ton scoring 47 points in some serious help or
projects confidence. He locker room. Everybody the second quarter before a long nap before the
understands a secure from All-Star point guard needing last-second hero- playoffs start. Miami
future with the Warriors Stephen Curry to veteran ics from James Harden to plays Brooklyn on Tues-
will depend on how his center Jermaine O'Neal force overtime and beat day, and the Nets are un-
players perform in the has gone out of their Denver. defeated against the Heat
playoffs. way to applaud the job And all that happened this season.
"My job will be deter- Jackson has done. THEASSOCIATEDPRESS On Sunday. LAKER RECORD: Since
mined on winning," Jack- General manager Bob Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson looks up Every team in the NBA moving to Los Angeles,
son said. "I'm fine with Myers also said the team first quarter of a game against, the San Antonio Spurs gets Monday off to take the Lakers organization
that." believes in Jackson's Saturday, inOakiand, Calif. a breath, rest, recover has never endured worse
Even in the midst of the abilities. and, of course, watch than a 52-loss season.
franchise's best season But co-owner Joe Lacob negotiating a long-term Jackson, for his part, Connecticut and Ken- These Lakers are 25-52
in 20 years, Jackson's job has yet to publicly sup- deal has led to specula- said he has a great rela- tucky play for the NCAA with five games left, and
security and his relation- port Jackson's future be- tion. that the Warriors tionship with the front title. After that, the sprint they're running out of
ship with ownership have yond this season. And the need to at least match last office and Lacob. He add- to the finish continues, players. History awaits.
been at the forefront of team's decision to pick up season's second-round ed that the two spoke for with playoff spots still to THUNDER-CLIPPERS: It
discussion. Jackson's contract option playoff appearance or about 15 minutes in San be won in some cases and will be worth staying up
Much of that has been for the 2014-15 season Jackson's job could be in Antonio during Golden plenty of movement still for on Wednesday night.
fueled by the curious last summer instead of jeopardy. State's recent road trip. possible in both the East- Two of the NBA's 'best
ern and Western Confer- teams right now going
S i G e ence playoff races. at it, quite possibly with
Cleveland clasn: Irymg, Gordon m media spat ut first, more about big-time implications for
Smith's 3-point tries involved.
The Associated Press athletes trying to share the added up to more than PACERS-HEAT: Friday
spotlight." one-tenth of a mile: 561 night in Miami. This could
CLEVELAND As if Irving didn't waste any feet worth of long-dis- decide the East No. Iseed.
the Cavaliers and Browns time in shooting back, tell- tance dialing. To put that Or might be a wrestling
don't have enough trouble ing the Akron Beacon Jour- in perspective, the total match. Or might see both
winning games. Now their nal, "Guys like Josh Gordon distance of LeBron James' sides resting everybody.
most prominent stars are need to stay in his sport 22 field-goal attempts on 50,000 3s?: Four sea-
going at it, and mind his own busi- the way to his 38-point ef- sons ago, there weren't
Cavs All-Star guard Kyrie ness. Does he still play for fort in Miami's 102-91 win even 45,000 3-pointers
Irving and Browns wide re- the Browns? I'll continue over New York: 265 feet. shot in an NBA season.
ceiver Josh Gordon spent to root for the Browns, but The Pacers were Think teams rely on them
the past few days in a me- in terms of this stuff here, down 30 in the first half. a bit more now? The
dia spat, exchanging barbs what goes on in this locker At home. To Atlanta. "I league is on pace to crack
across TV, Twitter and room, he needs to stay out don't think it's accept- 50,000 tries from long
newspaper. of it." P able," Pacers coach Frank range this season. (Insert
Gordon, who led the NFL On Sunday, Gordon re- ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE Vogel said, "for any of us." J.R. Smith joke here.)
with yards receiving last sponded to Irving via so- Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving celebrates after making
season, fired the first verbal cial media by tweeting: a 3-pointer against the Golden State Warriors during a game i CAn ShoW any IISting not juSt MInO1

and discussed Irving's Following Monday's Waiters said. "I just think pretty sure he don't hate .
problems this season with practice at Cleveland Clin- y'all saying we don't like me. I know he don't hate 850-573-6198 cell
teammate Dion Waiters. ic Courts, Waiters and Ir- playing with one another, me. I hope he don't hate
"I talked about it with ving, standing side-by-side yeah, we still need to learn me. Rome wasn't built in Oluy century 21 Sunny
Dion," Gordon said. "He's against a wall, attempted certain things. But I think one day. We're still young. ou.o65r t ia, FL
my neighbor in my build- to clear up any misunder- at the end of the day, we're We're still planning to stay
ing so we hang out all the standing. They insist they genuinely friends. I love together. We're still work-
time. I'm aware of the rift in get along well. him as a friend, teammate, ing. As long as we've got -
the locker room. That's just "We've been friends be- everything. I just want ev- great communication
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moved to my wife's hometown. charge of my share, because he will fol-
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S Bways means relying on my wife, and she I guess what I'm really saying is that
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Call 334-347-6449 or text 334-379-0221
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Beautiful Female Boxer Puppy, black mask, ia Earn an average of
some white markings, tail docked and wormed Will be rolls
Every day is a A $300. Call 850-573-1109 wil be large ro
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(spring fed & delicious) German Shepherd puppies: AKC certified with 7- 7 7 ..4il Must have dependable transportation,
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Lunch Specials .Allaina 850-388-0110 or Text 850-768-9182. WANTED iIAlIj & driver's license.
S Buffalo, Chil Dogs. German Shepherd Puppies. AKC registered. Cme by and fill out Bid at the
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CALL 334-797-4415 Ready this week. $500. Call 850-209-3569 Jackson County Floridan,
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Papillon Mixes 75.- $100, Chorkie $200., Assist FFSP employees in the shelling of
Shh-Tzu Mixes $200.-$250. and Chihuahua peanuts and the treatment of peanut seed.
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WANTED German Shepherd Stud: registered is a must. Must be proficient in Englsih.
or unregistere ed, 1 3yrs old, must be it's simple, call one of our friendly Must be able to move 50 pounds. Must have
purebreed. Will offer stud fee, pick of liter valid FL. driver's license. Criminal
c puppy or will consider purchasing. background check & drug testing required.
Call 334-618-8540 Classified representatives Preferred Qualifications: High School
Has 2 s tatin in D Diploma/GED; Forklift Operator Certification
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FRC-HISS abuse agencies, and we have been providing Clean Driving Record
Dry Shelled Peanuts services to our community for over 40 years Clean Background Check
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Girls Munire white convertible crib with mat- graduate, licensed as a Call Fortis College 855-445-3276
tress. Converts from crib to toddler bed to dou- HOME GRowN, FREI Practical Nurse by the For consumer info: visit
ble bed. Three beds in one! $385 obo; 2006 Ya- HOME GROWN, FRESH Practical Nurse by the
maha Vino 125 scooter, silver. Under 300 orig "' Ii i" t State of Florida,
miles. $750 obo; Mackie HD1531 15" 3-way Hi- certified by American Red Cross in I.V. l
Def pwrd speakers with covers. Perfect low use
condition $500 obo. 334-714-4470 fluid therapy. Must have a valid Florida .J JI ET=
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Must have 1-2 yrs exp as an LPN. Exp.
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S2 & 3 bedroom moble Homes in Cottondale. Cadillac 1998 Deville: cold AC, 74k miles, serv- Harley Davidson 2002 ,,D ne C S tx
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. iced regular, nice car $3,495. Call 334-792-8018 Sportster 1200 Sell us your semi, Junk car OR Junk car.
http:/ or 334-792-8827 8,500 miles, lots of extras. Truck, semis, semi trailers &
Only $57. to turn on power 0. 850-209-8847 4 Chrysler 1999 Sebring JX5 Convertible, 139,000 Asking $4,500 OBO. farm equipment.
miles, engine great conditron, some light body Call 334-796-8817 FREE Pick Up 7 days a week
2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes damage, $2200. Call 334-596-2653 after 4pm. H a e Davidson 2012 7 days a week 7am 8pm 334-200-6487.
Marianna & Snad (850)209-8595 Ford 1989 Mustang GT: Completely rebuilt from Title or no rie to what the law allows.
top to bottom, stainless steel exhaust, sunroof custom 2-tone blue, riders
$450 dep.current Mcreditreport lyesm eq. Paid $10,242 for parts, SELLING FOR $3,000. seat back, luggage rack,
182 Aforde Rd C'dale 850638-4620/638-6405 For more details call 334-648-1789. LED tail lights, travel pack
GOT BAD CREDIT? light conversion, zumo
2BR/2BA SW & 3BR/2BA DW in Malone, $99.RIDE TODAY GPS, ex satellite radio, Well be your Junker!
CH/A, No pets, security negotiable Section 8 Alreadyflled Taxes passenger arm rest, highway foot pegs, cover, We buy wrecked cars
ok. Call 850-594-9991 or 850-557-7719 Cal Steve Popeloday great touring machine $29,000. 334-464-0380. and Farm Equip. at a
334-83-9550 Kawasakid 2009 Vulcan 1700 Classic limited fair and honest price!
2 b 2 bath located between Grand Ridge and Repopass 4100 miles, exc. cond. 1-owner $6500. 0 & Coplete Cars
mSneads. $3 est care 85053aa08eand SLOW CREDIT OK SSI&VAOK 334-796-4437 No Calls after 8:30 CALL337
mont est care. 850-573308Accord
3BR 2BA MH in Sneads, apppl included H 2005 Hybrid, 2 tone

Starting at $500 per month Clean! Luxurious! Intuitive row captain
$4 mCall 8502581594 no petsparking asy/sistlver color, I o sunroof, towing pkg. $9,000, 3347400525
Very clean Water, sewage, garbage and yard en on ir es ure mn -

50 dpos Calgre only 23,000 mi. $35,950. Call Jasond. 334.791.0432 LF160440
Lincoln 2003 Towncar INVITATION T BID
Starting at $00 per monthCartier Edition: pearltuitive row captain,
bwhite with vinyl top Chevy 2013 Silverado LT, 6,000k miles, 2 wh.dr., Bids will be received by the Jackson County
Vfr 4camera, heated/

160 acres in Jackson C y n ncoln 2 Towncar Signature: BO 5.4 Automatic, all power, black, runs great. PARKING LOT REFURBISHMENT PROJECT
Ernest Grang ter, sper a excellent condition, garage kept, new brakes, $7,300 OBO. Call 334-797-7420. MARIANNA HIGH SCHOOL
miles $9495. Call for app 334-479-0099 power, cruise, CD, bed liner, 79K miles, very FOR THE JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
E s Lincoln 2008 MKZ: white, chrome wheels, moon good cond. $10,850. Blue book 334-347-8649 Drawings and specifications may be obtained
^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^roof, heated/cooled seats, 60k miles, original Toyota 2010 Tacoma from the office of the Architect, Donofro Archi-
2 Houses with Lots for Sal Sneads owner, very clean. $14,90. Call 334-494-3347 tects at Post Office Box 861,2910 Caledonia
Owner financing Available. Nissan 1985 300 ZX Turbo Looks and runs like drive, 4 door V6, tow Street, Marianna, Florida 32446. Contractors
Call 850-592-5571 new. This car has been WELL MAINTAINED and btain one (1) set of documents for
Swill pass AN G on the road. Removable T- utire, d pel $ar
white with vinylTops ready for summer. Heads always turn, 6,000k miles 2 wh.dr., Bid mus t be reaccompanied by a bid bondty

loaded,4BR/2BA Pan152k mileHarborMobile Home b to arnal Utility Trailerd, white, ext-enclosed 7f. wide, 7 ft. irm, School Board, MariannFlorida, until 2:00 p.m.
Sand ITIS SUPER QUICK! Loves curves and & 11 ft. long, with 4 ft. drop ramp, good for
WelKetiks ecner lke ol7,a n500 si8070 andisutof % Conft e ra e bd a g ra
Must be mved. s t c li l a 5 ord 21 Fo ln ervice $ ad with an agreement that the bidder will not
160 acres in Jackson Count on Lncoln 2005 Towncar Signature: FSBO 5.4 Automatic, all power, black, runs great. PARKING LOT REFURBISHMENT PROJECT

Call Rob Michalowsi -25-016 transmission. $6,200. For more info. 333-6510 bl 8 57 917. C 3revoke or cancel his bid or withdraw from the
Fo r Mary Coleman 850-272-2282 or Nissan 2003 Ama 2.S, 4-cylinder, automatic, competition for a period ofthirty (30) days af-
emailmiles $9,495.mchalo Call fwski529or appcomcastnet all power, Burgundy in color, new engine, miles, very FOter the opening of bids, and that in the event
runs great $4600.ed/cooled seats, 60k milesoriginal oyo 2010 Tacoma from the contract is awarded to the bidder, he will
T c a L ~- ~1ST PpaACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF within ten (10)consecutive days after it is sub-
wiNissan 2010 Altima YOU TOWING NEEDS mitted, enter into written contract with the
I L FO 2.5S with only 27000 miles!to Jackson ounty School Board in accordance33
when you pa Silver in coloy 5 r and dSUPER 9th te accepted bid. The cost ofthe bond
or a cashier's check, made payable to the Jack-

2hd oand ITIS SUPER QUICK! Locally owned '& 11 ft. loe included part of the bidders base-bid
S 17 l ft Bass Tracker Pro with a clean Carfax! $14995. Call 334.445.1460 PAI n B iRe CARS proposal.
M t be m e. s inue, tli, ng Ontac 1997 Bonneville SE dark green, 80K Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 NOTE: There will be a PreBid Conference and
l m lmotor, electric anchors, original miles, new AC system, new alternator attendance will be mandatory tor all
runew tires on trailer, Eagle new belts, battery plugs & wires, all parts then- Contractors who plan to submit a bid for this
fish finder. One owner derwarr car not driven much, Goodyear tires, CALL FOR TOP PRICE project, see Section B, "Instructions to
boat. Excellent condition. $4700.334-750-5000 needs headliner $3500. firm 334-983-0085. idders", Paragraph B-16.

with 150 Merc. Completely rebuilt and in excel- Toyota 2008 Scion: Gunmetal grey. Runs great! JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
lent condition. Already trained to catch the bit Mechanically sound, 6 cyl. AT. 2-dr. Coupe, I ALSO SELL USED PARTS BY:'/s Steve Benton, Superintendent
'uns! $3800. Call 334-673-7491 or 229-308-0566 110,000 mi. but if you know Toyota's, that is 24 HOUR TOWING 3347928664 Jacon County School Board

Simar r in coor d inm lowring kit, tintd windows, spoil. Idal h
Bass Boat, 50 HP force en- for someone wanting a cool, SPORTY ride!co
gine, galvanized trailer- PERFECT for any single guy or girl! Will defi-ase-bid
new tires, all in very good nitely get you noticedarfax! $147,200995. Ca334.44-596-1065.0 O OD & CLN
mot br electric anchors, original miles, new AC system, new alternator I d w be mndaoryforall

condiew tires on trailer, Eale new belts, bat oyot a 2012 Caery, plugs &wires, all par un- nate wol e t mint fo
$3,995 OBO 828-837-12314 or828-421-0998 Capnr. 1-owner, bought and serviced Fa w pa sbi a hi

ff Boat, Skindny ow er, mi. leather, ay Secon B, "Ir os to
lat. Excelent c 50od H ond4 334-750-5000four stroe seat, climate cntrol, P
Bass Catcher: Beautiful 18' Procraftainless oap, keyleSerious entr y and mreOR JUNK VEHICLE$17,995.
with 150 Merc. Completely rebuilt and in excel- Toyota 2008 Scion: Gunmetal grey. Runs great! JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

uns$380 Cal334-673-7491or 229-308-0566ummingbird110,000mi. but if you know Toyota'GPS 383s, Call 334-494-2892 or 334County Schoo Bo-393-9014ard
ter aluminum trailer, 12 g All Aluminum lowering kit tinted windows, spoiler. deal
BaGuide 54 lb thrust electric otor, 50built in tackle n-2002 Harley Davidson Ultring a cool, SPORTY ride!sic:

boxes $8700, 334-774-3474 Ceall vanized334-791-1074 Garage kept, nice bike, 24,000 miles. Two-tone
Pontoonew Boat Bass Tracker 21', all in very good nitely get you$10,200. 334-794-5296 or 334-596-509865.

motor, built in live well and hetionavy duty trolive welling new tires, many extras, black & chrome, wind-
s, 4 newmotor. $8,500 334-687-2946 shield & bags $590eta llic gray, like new,931-303-
Rhino 2009 Boat md#V76 & all aluminum, 4658401K
17f. 6", loaded, 70 hp. Suzuki, 3 seBoat,S 2011 Harley Davidson Supleather, 8way powerCustom
nnk50 H P Honda four stroke seats, climate control,
MotorSerious Inquiries ONLY $15,000. luggage rack, quick morelease, $17,99windshield,.
color fiStarcraft 1995 anit-theft system with /pager, cruise pegs, oil
ter aluminum trailer, 12 gallovanized Trailenk,. Trollinr
Guide 54 b thrust electric motor, built in tackle 2002 Harley 2009 Davidson UlSportster 1200C:
Callboxes, $8700,3334-774-3474 Cell 334-791-1074 Garage kept, nice bikeon, 24metallic red, 6000 miles, Two-tone

Pontoo2008 Outback Sydney Edition 32 ft. blugarage kept$10200. 334-$7,295 Call 334-671-8671 or 334- I5098
Mecury 4Travel Tra ier, Series M-32BHDS, le epss than 50hrs. on 2007 Yamaha V Star1300 Touring: 10,500miles,
New roof, builtnew awning, exc well and heavy duty troing new tires, many extras, black & chrome, wind-or,
motor. $816,500.00, To see, call 334-687-2946 shield & bags $5900 Cash O-7211nly. Call 931-303-
Rhino 2009 Boat r d#V176 & all aluminum, 465B8

17double bedft. 6", stove, 70 hp. Suzukrefrigerator, 3 seats, 2011 Harley Davidson Super GlideCustm
than 15 hrs. contact info: 1K mi. Driving lights, Passenger back rest,
300hpgage rack, quick release windshield,6 sp.
Starcraft 1995 anit-theft system with2/pager, cruise pegs, RiD I

1995 MercuryAllison 300 mh auto trans. $12,90 334-598-0061 Absolutely Origina
7.5 generator, 2slides, W/D lots of extras.Da1997vidson Sporster 120C:
Allegro 200133f4-695-1117. 'excellentdbl. slides, 41,000 milesred 6000 miles

2-AC's, omar Generator, Frdo Chassiee5Vc-b

Jacks, back up camera, runs good, 86K miles, .101ravis Jones Phillp Lizotte
Good tires, New battery, aweing. "Beautification of Your Home" 30+ Years Experience Tree Removal Tree Trim
$12,500. OBO 334-333-1291 Carpentry/Painting Installations Free Estimates/Reasonable Rates Stump Grinding

General Repairs Insured Driveways & Pole Barns

2002 Chev. Trailblazer LTZ- 4WD. Blue, Loaded
with allA Options: LTH, Power Sun Roof, 17" tD.Stephens Concrete Services LLc HINES TRADING CENTER

WHn it, Cruise, Heated Seat OnnStar.i No Pine Te Plnti erbicide Spraying Yrsidna & Comercialnsu Now Open Weekdays & Sunday
Great. $5500. Dothan 334-671-3059. -erioy I nq.NL! Owned and Operated by Hoe: 850-674-503

2004 Chrysler Sebring LXI Convertible- Black.
CD Player, Leather Interior, New Transmission, &IRE
RunsGreat,Awesomefor summer.$3,000. N E'elU SEg F ae Residential & Commercial
145,000 miles. Contact Chad at 423.943.2530aso Pl U t

G Beautiful 1 owner lease Affordable'nPricesHmeFreeYEstimates
Has spent it's life in the aRIPLentr/PorinbIstPriins *eEteatsteaonb
-South. Like new Michelin (850 693-1697
Only 19,472 miles. $17,700. Call Stephen before

er Sats, Running Boseats, 3rd row seat, dual 7ous: M R o-r 75di* Sa 7- Demoition "e


Wilson, Angels handle Astros in 9-1 win Briefs
From Page 1B
The Associated Press and six runs in 52-3 innings "His third at-bat I threw Fro Page lB
of a loss to Seattle. In that him a knuckleball because I
HOUSTON C.J. Wilson game, he said, all the hits literally had no idea what to Marianina Baseball
had a simple plan for his in thatgame came when "I throwhim," Wilson said. SkillsCamp
second start after a dud in basically overthrew or did Kendrick drove in twol
his season debut. something mechanically with a single in a three-run There will be a
"Just told myself I'm go- wrong." first inning. He added an baseball skills camp
ing to pick my spot and stay He didn't have that prob- RBI with a single when the at the Marianna High
with my spot and not try to lem Monday. Angels tacked on three more School baseball field
overdo it," Wilson said. "Iwas able to throw curve- in the seventh. Saturday from 9 a.m. to
It was an effective ap- balls for strikes and change- Kole Calhoun homered of 2p.m. with a $35 cost
proach,allowinghimtopitch ups for strikes, which was Jarred Cosart (1-1), sending to attend, withlunch
eight solid innings while big," Wilson said. "I, only a drive to right field for his provided.
Howie Kendrick and Raul threw a couple sliders be- second shot of the series to Campers willreceive
Ibanez each drove in three cause I dident really need push the lead to 4-0 in the a T-shirt and get free
runs to send the Los Angeles to." fifth inning. admission to the varsity
Angels over the Houston As- Houston struggled to get LosAngelesAngels'CJ.Wilson delivers a pitch against the Hous- Cosart was done in by a gae at 2p.m. and be
tros 9-1 Monday. anything going off of him. ton Astros in the first inning of a game Monday in Houston. bad first inning where he allowed t n out with
The Angels took three of Jesus Guzman doubled with had to use 32 pitches. He the team for the
four from Houston after one outinthe second before curveball into the Crawford manager Mike Scioscia said. was pulled after allowing NationalAnthem.
starting the season 0-3. Wilson retired nine in a row. Boxes in left field for a home "He couldn't have really three hits, five runs and For more informa-
Wilson (1-1) yielded four A double by Chris Carter run that made it 8-1. done a much betterjob than walking four in six innings. tion, call Rex Torbett at
hits and a run while fanning came with one out in the "First-pitch strikes were he did." It was a disappointing 850-573-0247.
seven. He looked a lot more fifth inning, and Wilson sat huge for him and when he Though he didn't need his second start for the 23-year-
like the 17-game winner he down 10 straight after that. did get behind in the count slider to keep the Astros off- old who threw five score- Florida Panhandle
was last year than he did The Astros finally got on he was able to command balance, he did pull out a less frames for the win in Seminole Club Golf
in his first start this season the board when Carlos Cor- some off-speed pitches to seldom-used pitch once to his 2014 debut against the Tournament
when he gave up eight hits poran launched a 76 mph get back into the count," try and handle Guzman. Yankees.
The Florida Panhandle
Seminole Club will
hold a scholarship golf
The Captain wins last home opener tournament at ndian
Springs Golf Club on
Saturday with a 1 p.m.
The Associated Press shotgun start.
Cost is $65 per person
NEW YORK Derek that includes cart, green
Jeter gave Yangervis Sol- fees, prizes, and meal.
arte some assistance with For more information,
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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jacoby Ellsbury's first hit in attending Florida State
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter (right) talks with pinstripes in the fifth. Hi- University.
Yankees first base coach Mick Kelleher (left) after hitting a roki Kuroda (1-1) pitched
single to right field against the Toronto Blue Jays during the 6 1-3 sharp innings in the 8U Travel Baseball
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the shortstop was cheered borne after forcing out New York Yankees Brett Gardner at
every step of the way by an second after New York Yankees' Derek Jeter hit into a third- Marianna Booster
adoring crowd of 48,142 inning, run scoring double play in the Yankees home opener, Club Golf
r Monday, in New York.
even when his double-play I Tournament
grounder back to Orioles Adam Jones and Chris Da- really start until theYankees
-tckllme h its hl st". starter Ubaldo Jimenez (0- vis struck out against Adam have had their home open- The MariannaBooster
2) scored Solarte in the third Warren with a runner on in er, and to help celebrate Club will hold a golf
The Associated Press inning for the first run. the eighth and trailing 4-2. the team brought together tournament April 26 at
is Carl Yastrzemski, with Solarte, a career minor Shawn Kelley pitched a the five-time World Series Caverns Golf Course
TORONTO Derek 3,419. leaguer and non-roster perfect ninth for his first champion Core Four. Re- with an 8 a.m. shotgun
Jeter has taken over sole One inning earlier, Jeter invitee to spring training, career save. Minutes later, cently retired teammates start featuring a three-
possession of eighth place' tied Molitor with a leadoff continued a torrid start as the Yankees said closer Da- Andy Pettitte and Mariano game scramble format
on baseball's career hits single, a line drive to right. the suspended Alex Rodri- vid Robertson would be put Rivera threw ceremonial and prizes for top three
list with a single in the Jeter sat out Friday's se- guez's replacement at third on the disabled list with a first pitches to Jeter and finishers and closest
fourth inning against the ries opener then went 0 base with a go-ahead RBI strained groin. Jorge Posada, who retired to the pin and longest
Blue Jays. for 2 with two walks Satur- single in the fourth inning. After missing all but 17 after 2011. drive.
The veteran shortstop day. His previous hit was Playing in his first game in games last season, eter an- With an era coming to a Cost is $65 per player
grounded a one-out hit an RBI single in the fifth the Bronx, 'Solarte needed nounced Feb. 12 his 20th close, change was evident with hamburger and
into right field Sunday, inning ofThursday's win Jeler to tell him to wave to season would be his final everywhere. hotdoglunch provided.
chasing Blue Jays starter at Houston the Bleacher Creatureswhen one. His retirement tour Robertson moved into Ri- For more informa-
Drew Hutchison. Jeter entered play Sun- they chanted his name dur- started on the road, where vera's locker. Carlos Beltran tion, call Rex Torbett
It was the 3,320th hit of day batting .182 with no ing pregame roll call. New York went 3-3 against was given Robinson Cano's at 850-573-0247 or
Jeter's career,, moving him homers and one RBI in The Orioles got RBI singles Houston and Toronto. choice spot next to the door Brian/Larry McKeithan
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Molitor. Next on the list his final season. son Cruz in falling to 2-5. has said the season doesn't limits sanctuary. at 850-482-4257.

An RBI single by Josh s win that game and not put Mariannaforthefirsttimefor intothisweek."
nMerrigan made it 13-9 is I ct ourselves in that position." any of these boys at the var- Sneadswillopenthisweek
Fad Rsll. and Beit Givens was hit by It was the second win sity level was big for them. today with a road game
From Page lB a pitch to load the bases From Page B in a row for Sneads after "We stressed to them that against Liberty County be-
back up before Granat an 8-2 home victory over thiswouldbethelastchance fore finishing the district
wo batters later,. Herg came on to pitch and re- The victory improved the Marianna on Thursday that for them to do it, and we schedule against Cotton-
nandez replaced Mosley corded the final out Pirates to 11-8 overall and snapped a four-gamelosing knew comring off that game dale at home Thursday and
on the mound and relin- Bening and Blanco led 7-3 in District 2 competi- streak that it was going to hope- then at Graceville on Friday
quished the lead when the Raiders with thee hits tion and put them in posi- Jones said that beating fully feed us some more mo- in a game that could very
another Chipola error each, with Halstead going tion to clinch the No. 2 seed the Bulldogs set the tone for mentum going into Blount- well decide the second seed
brought Lopez home to 2-for-5ind ting Bening in district with wins this Friday's win and, he hopes, stown. Hopefullyit can carry in the district tournament.
make it 4-3 Raiders., fo f the team-lead with week over Cottondale and for the rest of the season.
Hunter Bening followed three RBI. Graceville. "I think it changed the
with an RBI single and Russ wae 2-for-5 with "It was definitely a big momentum of our season," NT
Tanner Halstead added a 'three runs and two RBI, win for our team," Jones the first-year coach said. KEL SON DISCOU
two-RBI hit to make it a 7- with Lopez and Bernar- said. "We really stressed "The team got used-to win- DRUGS

edge. hits each. this game. If we didn't, we We won six of the first sev-
The Indians tied 'the Sierra was 2-for-3 with would've put ourselves in en, but since then we just
game in the bottom of'the two walks and two RBI for -position where we have to haven't found that groove
sixth thanks to a two-RBI the Indians, with Lanford beat Graceville, so we just and momentum we've
double by Kyle Moore and adding two hits and two stressed that we needed to been looking for. Beating
a two-RBI single by Cody 'RBI, and Givens two hits
Lanford. and two runs.
The tie was short-lived, Merrigan was 2-for-5
however, with Jack Crit- with a run and an RBI,
tenberger putting the with Moore going 1-for-4
Raiders back on top with a with a run and two RBI,
two-RBI single off of Jo Jo and Miles, Jr. 1-for-3 with
Durden, an RBI single by a walk and two runs.
Kodi Russ, and a two-run With the loss, Chipola
home run by Bening to (29-8 overall and 8-3 in foo d. g
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