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Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
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Sunday Floridan
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Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna Fla
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Chipola Pub. Co.
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English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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30.776389 x -85.238056

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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Vol. 91 No. 72


Roberts wins re-election for seventh term

BYANGIECOOK incumbent bested anna with clear skies and cool waving and smiling at passing Tuesday/City Clerk Kim Apple-
acook@jcfloridan.com challenger Felecia temperatures, perfect weather traffic on Jefferson Street, the white, City Manager Jim Dean
Dorchuck, win- for a little last-minute campaign- night's winner made one last and retired'judge Woody Hatcher
MARIANNA John Roberts ning 157 votes to ing. Both candidates spent hours campaign promise to his grand- oversaw the tabulation of unof-
will again represent District 2 Dorchuck's88. on thesidewalks outside cityhall, kids, Lily and Graham. ficial results, with Vicki Farris,
voters on the Marianna City Monday's storms where they were joined by family "Win, lose or draw we'll eat assistant supervisor of elections,
Commission when he returns moved out, leaving members and well-wishers. at Madison's tonight."
for a seventh term in June. The downtown Mari- Roberts During the final moments of When polls closed at 7 p.m. See ELECTION, Page 9A


A BICYCLE BILT R TWO Overlook


spending

authorized
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
Jackson County Commissioners
agreed Tuesday to use $20,000 of
the county's bed tax dollars to help
build out the Marianna Gateway
Overlook Bridge and will consider
giving another $20,000 toward the
project in the coming fiscal year.
The request was brought byTour-
ist Development Council Executive
Director Pam Fuqua. The TDC and
the county board jointly manage
the bed tax dollars, generated in a
special assessment imposed upon
all who stay at local motels. Hotels
collect the tax, at four cents on the
dollar, from their customers.
The Overlook Bridge will be built
in conjunction with the Chipola
Overlook Park, to be installed on
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Carol and Steve Mackintosh are riding their tandem bicycle on a three-month trek from Florida to California. YR f tu eplans




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MARIANNA Some Florida
Public Utilities customers expe-
rienced a lengthy power outage
recently, which
prompted a com-
pany representative
NYcouple pedaling to address Marianna
Ncity commissioners
Y 0opmle ptrek d n and talk about what
3,000-mile trek made this particular
outage more prob-
gustine f,044San Tanner
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER leratic than others.
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com FPU Northwest
Florida Operations Manager
A retired college vice-president and her Lynwood Tanner took to the po-
craftsman husband are riding their tan- dium during the commission's
dem bike on a 3,000 mile trek from St. Au- .~. April meeting, outlining what
gustine to San Diego.
Steve and Carql Mackintosh passed ~ See FPU,.Page 9A
through Jackson County on Monday_
heading west on U.S. 90 from Gadsden
County, where they'd started their day. Crash in ure
Following apath laid out bythe Adventure
CyclingAssociation, the two continued on A lford-area
U.S. 90 until they reached Grand Ridge.
From there, they turned north on State
Road 69, then west on Blue Springs Road sd n
to reach State Road71 in Marianna. They resident
cruised down it and picked back up on These are the detailed insets that show Carol and Steve Mackintosh which roads to take as
U.S. 90 to continue pedaling westward to- they bicycle through portions of Gadsden and Jackson counties. BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
wardWashington County. 'dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
If everything works out right, they'll fin- The two say they have always been into do a three-month bike ride. Thinking this
ishtheir ride bylune 1,in plenty oftime to "self-propelling" pursuits like biking and information was a pelude to a retirement A young Alford-area resident
fly back home to NewYork for their son's kayaking. Along the way, they've seen announcement, he told her he'd give her riding a bicycle was critically in-
June 14 wedding. The two say they built plenty of kayak-friendly waterways that three months off to do that if she'd stay jured in a crash after failing to
in some time to linger at certain points make them want to come back in this di- on another two years at work. She hadn't obey a stop sign and traveling into
on their route. For instance, they spent a rection to check out those opportunities been planning to retire, she told him lat- the path of a truck in Washington
full day in St. Augustine, having actually someday. "We've just discovered a lot of er, but she took him up on the offer and County last Saturday, according to
tacked on a visit to some friends in Pom- good paddling routes in the Panhandle," didn't retire until the end of 2013. She and Florida Highway patrol reports.
pano Beach before starting the official Steve Mackintosh said. "We might come her husband traveled a differentACA trek Florida Highway Patrol report-
route in that historic city. back to do some of those." in 2008, one that took them from Virginia ed that Kasey Combs, 20, was
SThey camp overnight about half the Carol Mackintosh" retired from Utica to Oregon. That was the first time they'd riding southbound on Kirkland
time, stay at motels most other times and College three months ago, where she'd used their tandem bike for a ride compa- Road around 4:15 p.m. that day
once stayed with a fellow-cycling enthu- served some time as Vice President of rable tothe distance of this one. and failed to stop at the traffic
siast who opened his home to the couple Planning Services. In 2008, she told her
for ahot shower and a night's rest. school president that she really wanted to See BICYCLE, Page 9A See CRASH, Page 9A
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JACKSON COUNTY Commnun ity Calendar

FL O R ID A N TODAY the instructor The cost is $30.Students must have 663-2323 or chattrevproject@hotmail.com
0 In Observance of National Public Health Week their own machine and sewing notions. For more )) Birding walks 9a.m. Florida Caverns State Park
Publisher Valeria Roberts free diabetes related screenings 8:311:30 information, and to register call Dine Watson at.674- starting at the Blue ole swimming area to observe
vroberts@jcfloridan.com a.m. Jackson County Health Department. For more 2777 or email ppsmuseum@yahoo.com the birds of the park. Bring binoculars and comfort-
information visit www.jacksonchdorg. or call 526- a )Employability Workshop Coping with Unem- able shoes and enjoy the walk with volunteers Elliott
Circulation Manager.- Dena Oberski 2412 ext. 126. ployment"- 2:30 p.m at Marianna Career Center. and Lesly Smith and CSO mark and Linda Hebb. It
doberski@jcfloridan.com ) Free Tax Preparation and E-filing 9a.m. to 2 Workshop is facilitated by a certified motivational will lastabout an hour.
p.m.fJackson County Agriculture Office, 2741 Penn career coach. Workshop is free of charge andopen to a Midern iarketTechniques Small Business
CONTACT US Ave., Marianna.Volunteer taxcounselorstrained in t pl. Vs EmployFlorida.co to register. Seminar- 9:30 am.to noon at Chipola college
Telephone: 850-526-3614 basic income tax return preparation to answer ques- a Jackson County School Board Workshop -4 in Room M-08 of the Business and Technology
FAX 850-482-4478 tions, give tax assistance and counseling to low and p.m.at 2903 JeffersoSt. Marianna Open tothe building (M). Cost is $15 Registration deadline is
Email: editoricfridan.com middle income range families especially those older public. The agenda canbe viewed at www.jcsb.org today. Register online at www.northfloridabiz.com
Ema editorial@cfloridan.com than 60. Be sure to bring 2013 income documents, rief Support Group -5:30-7 p.m. Covenant For information, call Seversonat7182441oremail
Street Address: photo ID and checkbook to verify direct deposit/. Hospice, 4215 Kelsn Ave. Suite E. Marianna. A i .seversone@cihipola.edu, : : :u
4403 Constitution Lane debit information. For more information, call Bob at -w6kshop forthose ho have suffered the loss of a C Hooksand Needles -10 a.m.at the Jacksoh
Marianna, FL 32448 718-7919 or Sandra at 272-4182. loved oneor would liketo earn how to help those County Pubic Library Mariannaranch. New and
Office Hours: Satsuma Festival PlanningCommittee 11 who are grieving. Free and open to Public- Registra- experienced handcrafterswelcome to create, share,
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 pm. a.m. Russ 4318 Lafayette St., Marianna. Churches, tion is required To register, call Riley Henderson at learn or teach favorite projects.Call 482-9631.
clubs, or anyone interested in helping in the planning 482-8520 or 888-817-2191. Chess Club --8 p.m. First United Methodist
MISS YOUPAPER? process of the making of the Satsuma Festival a Jackson County Branchof the NAACP monthly Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by
You should receive yournewspaperno lafer reality. meeting- 6 p.m. St. amesAME Church. LMarianna Optimist Club for students for students
usthan it does not arnve, call Circula- Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon low f G d ge Monthly Cuncil Meetin 8-18 years of age in Jackson County. All studentsand
than 6 a.m. If it does'not arrive, call Circula*- Town ym p cgo -i io h f.Gr nd R, dge M onthly Council M eeting . ot S a t noon et .....
to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist- A p.mi at Grand Ridge Town Hall. Public invited. For their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels.
ton between6 am and nn Tuesdayo Church, 2901Caledonia St. in Marianna. moe ino on, c 2 2 including beginnersare welcome. Call 693-0473.
Friday and 7 alm.to 11 a.m, on Sunday. The ilcovery 7 0..at. vage Wrsi
Fday, and 7 am tol am on S y Te )) Alcoholics Anonymous- Closed discussion, 8-9 ) Celebrate Recovery -7 p.m.at Evangel Worship
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) .THURSDAY, APRIL10 p.m., First United Methodist Church 2901 Caledonia Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna.Adult.
is publishedTuesdayrugh day ad Make Mitigation Happen Workshop 9-11 St., Marianna, inthe AA room. Attendance limited to and teen meetngsto"ovecme hts habitnd
unday mornings Periodical postage paid a.m. at the Jackson County Agricultural Extension people withadesire to stopdrinking; papers will not hang-u Dinner 6 p.m. Child care available.Cal
at Marianna, FL. Facility, 2741 Penn Ave., Marianna. Local homeowners be signed. 209-7856,573-1131.
invited to free disaster preparedness event hosted by Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Jackson County Emergency Management. Visit www. FRIDAY, APRIL11 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church
BeRiadyFlorida.orgto register. 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Home delivery.-$1123 per month; $32.83 BeReadyFlorida.orgto r Tdap vaccine to be given to sixth-grade
for three months; $62.05 for six months; : St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to p.m. St. Anne's students Hope School. Free of charge. Must have
and $123.45for one year.All prices iclude Catholic Church,.3009 Fifth St., Marianna. Call 482- letters completed, signed and returned to school in SATURDAY, APRIL12
a 23.45 fsorone year All ares i e3734 orderfor students to be able to receive vaccine. Flea across Florida Yard Sale 7 a.m. Ascensi on
applicable state and local taxes. Mail
subscriptionsmust be pd inadvance. Mail )) Free Tax Preparation and E-filing- 9a.m. to 2 Boy Scout Troop 3 YardSale-7 a.m. Wynn Lutheran Church, 3975 U. S.90, Marianna. For more
subscriptions t or redn heh p.m. Jackson County Agriculture Office,2741 Penn Street Park basketball courts. A wide variety of infrmation call 482-4691 -
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; Ave., Marianna. Volunteer tax counselors trained in household items, clothes, collectible and muchmo0re 0 Parking LotSale 8 a.. to noon at Chipola Fam-
$92.24for sixmonths; and $184.47 for one basic income tax return preparation to answer ques- All proceeds will be used to help the scouts attend ily Ministry Center, 3004 Hwy. 71 North in Marianna.
year. tions, give tax assistance and counseling to low and summer camp and with ongoing scouting expenses. There will be Easter decorations, clothing, shoes, etc.
middle income range families especially thoseolder Call Troop 3 leader Estelle Whiddon at 209-3798 for for sale. The Ministry Center thrift store will also be
Al suscriptions to the Jackson County than 60. Be sure to bring 2013 income documents, more information. open from 9 a.m.to noon. The sale is to help replen-
Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving photo ID and checkbook to verify iirect deposit/ )Flea across FloridaYard Sale -7 a.m.Ascension ish the food bank.
debit information. For more information, call Bob at
Day forwhichthere is a premium charge. 718-7919 or Sandra at 272-4182. utheran Church, 3975 U.S. 90, Marianna. For more. ) Two Toe Tom Festival 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. John
a et ping -No T informationcall 482-4691. W. Clark Park, Esto There will be a car and truck
RestaurantUS90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus Florida U.S.90 Yard Sale 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.(EST) shoe tournament $20 per team at 10 a.m.; dunk
The advertiser agrees that the publisher is the local community, "Community, Childrens& at Johnny Johnson Pavilion on the corner of U.S. 90 booth, fire truck exhibit, cake walk and face painting.
shalnot be liable for damages arising Chacter C 523142 and Main Street There ill be several vendorsand There will be ntertainment by Nashville record-
out of errors and advertisements beyond a Introduction to Machine Sewing- 12:30-4 p.m. a food wagon selling hamburgers hot dogs, philly ingartist "The Springse" Josh Cobb, Graceville High
the amount paid for the space actually Panhandle Pioneer Settlement in Blountstoin with a cheesesteaks, chips and drinks.lf you would like a Chorus and more. Call 263-3201 or 263-6521 or visit.
occupied by that portion of the advertise- second class running 5:50-9 p.m. Sandy Voss will be endor spot contact Chattahoochee main Street at twotoetomfestival.com
ments in which the error occurred, whether The submissin deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, PO. Box 520,Marianna. FL32447.
such error is due to the negligence of the email editorial@jcflpridan.co fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna:.
publisher's employees or otherwise, and
there shall be not liability for non-inser- Polic ROu
tion of any advertisement beyond the,
amount paid for such advertisement. This MARIANNA POLICE Office and county fire/res- attempt or threat, one animal a Jamie Barwick, 27, 6907 Park
newspaper will not knowingly accept or DEPARTMENT cue reported the following complaint, one vehicle St., Grand Ridge, petit theft.
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- incidents for complaint, seven property Jamme Bowers, 41, 5855
ing which expresses preference based on The Marianna Police De- : April 7, the checks, two assists of motorists Hartsfield Road, Greenwood,
legally protected personalcharacteristics is partment listed the following latest avail- or pedestrians, two retail sentenced to 180 days.
not acceptable. incidents for April 7, the latest i able report: thefts, five assists of another o d Ramon Moreno, 24, 5205
Savailable report: One hit and e One hit and agency; one child abuse, one Elmore Road, Graceville, hold
HOWTO GETYOUR run vehicle, one abandoned' : run vehicle, public service cal, one 911 for Palm Beach Co.
vehicle, two suspicious inci- one accident, hang-up,two welfare Antonio Hearns, 25, 6146
NEWS PUBLISHED dents, two suspicious people, one abandoned vehicle, five checks, one patrol request Paradise Club Road, Green-
The Jackson County Floridan will publish one highway obstruction, two suspicious vehicle reports, one and one threat/harassment wood violation of state
news of general interest free of charge. reports of mental illness one suspicious incident, one suspi- complaint. probation.
Submit your news or Community Calendar involving violence, two burglar- cious person, fogr highway Sonia Smith, 33, 6103 Mel-
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, ies, one verbal disturbance, one obstructibns, one report of JACKSON COUNTY low Trail, Marianina, aggravated
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, burglar alarm, one panic alarm, mentalillness, one bua~rglay CORRECTIONAL FACILITY battery (domestic).
anniversary and birth announcements. one traffic stop, one larceny three verbal disturbances, one a Corey Williams, 37, 2959
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. complaint, one report of a dis- fire with polic response, one The following people were Sunset Drive, Marianna, retail
Photographs must be of good quality and abled vehicle, one retail theft, prowler, one residential fire booked into the county jail dur- theft.
suitable for print. The Floridanrreserves the one assist of another agency, call 13 medical calls, four traffic ing the latest reportingperiods:
rightto edit all submissions. one public service call and crashes, three burglar alarms, a Kelly Hedrlck, 46, 6167 Pluto Jail Population: 174
t RiG three.home security checks. two fire alarms, 11 traffic Trail, Marianna, grand theft.
GELTTING IT RIGHT stops, two larceny complaints, ) Larry Clark, 38, 5158 Old To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
The Jackson County Floridan's policy JACKSON COUNTY one criminal mischief comn- Eagle Lake Road, Winter Haven, at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
is to correct mistakes promptly. To SHERIFFPS OFFICE plaints, two civil disputes, one trafficking in illegal drugs, agency.
report an error, please call 526-3614 follow-up investigation, three obtaining controlled substance To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
Monday-Friday. The Jackson County Sheriff's juvenile complaint, one suicide by fraud --two counts. 404-FWCC (3922).








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Time for Jackson County pageants

Follow your dreamS. We If you are in the sixth, many responsibilities, months prior to the date
did and you can too. The seventh or eighth grade at not only as an ambas- of the pageant. This could
2014 Little Miss, Junior a Jackson County public sador for the county, but be your year to join your
Miss, and Miss Jackson school, privately enrolled, as a role model for all Little Miss and Junior
County Pageant will be or homeschooled in the young ladies. Miss Jackson Miss as you represent our
held Saturday, May 3. Jackson County school County undoubtedly beautiful county. Miss
If you are a first-grade district, this is your op- must be a young lady who Jackson County is a
student at a Jackson portunity to be a role possesses many qualities National Peanut Festival
County public school, model to all young girls beyond outer beauty. High Preliminary pageant.
privately enrolled, or while representing the moral character, strong The Deadline to en-
homeschooled in the county as Junior Miss ethical values, compas- ter the pageant is April
Jackson County school Jackson County. A year of sion for all humanity, 17. Information may be
district, this is your once- excitement and reward- and one that sets and obtained online at www.
in-a-lifetime opportunity ing responsibilities comes maintains high goals jacksoncountypageants.
to represent your county. with this prestigious title. and standards for herself com or from Lemon
All Little Miss contestants All Junior Miss contes- as well as those around Squeeze Salon and Bou-
must permanently and tants must permanently her are just some of the tique, Heather Williams
physically reside at a Jack- ard physically reside at recommended qualities, at Golson Elementary,
son County zip code and a Jackson County zip code Miss contestants must be Debbie Dryden at Mari-
have done so for at least and have done so for at between the ages of 17 anna High School, debbie.
six months prior to the least six months prior to and 21 by Oct. 1, and must dryden@jcsb.org, The
date of the pageant. Little the date of the pageant. permanently and physi- Dance Factory or you SUBMITTED PHOTO
Miss Jackson County is a The title of Miss Jackson cally reside at a Jackson may check the Jackson Pictured are the 2013 Queens: Miss Jackson County Taylor
National Peanut Festival County is a title of honor County zip code and have County Pageants Face- Downs, Junior Miss Jackson County Alyson James and Little
preliminary pageant. and a title that holds done so for at least six book page. Miss Jackson County Kennedy Temples.
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LEFT, Sandra Fielder, a Family Support worker with Healthy Families assists with placing pinwheels in the community. RIGHT, Janai James,'Shelby Durham and Melissa Boggs are enjoying
planting pinwheels in their community with Prevent Child Abuse Pinwheels.

Healthy Families of North Florida planting pinwheels for children
Healthy Families North and neglect before it ever wheels around town dur- ing dozens of the blue breaking point. There are to thank those who take
Florida is proud to actively begins. The month of April ing this time. The pinwheel pinwheels in the area. many resources that can care of our communities
support healthier families is devoted to celebrat- was chosen to represent Healthy Families helps help you through difficult abused and neglected chil-
and children. ing everything we can do the hope and promise tha ~gpromote positive family- emotional times. Take dren: a cop, a case-worker,
April is National Child to transform the com- every child deserves to be. child relationships. In to- the time to reach out if an advocate, a nurse, a
Abuse Prevention Month. munity into a place that raised in a healthy, safe day'sstressfultimes, many you need help. Parents be volunteer,'a school secre-
Pinwheels for Prevention cares about- and actively and nurturing families are struggling and educated, you will have tary, whomever. Take the
is a national campaign to supports families and environment. juggling with finances safer and healthier time to say "thanks."
engage individuals and children. Today, the local Healthy and taking care of their children. For information on
communities in actions Many residents of Mari- Families program assisted children. It is not a secret Healthy Families urges Healthy Families, call the
that prevent child abuse anna may see blue pin- the community with plac- that parents can reach a 'you to take a moment office at 482-2001.


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Our Opinion


Renew school tax
R aise the topic of taxation, and you're sure to
spark a lively conversation. Generally speaking, oivU
there are ample reasons to take either side of the
taxation argument.
However, we can't find a good reason to oppose a
tax referendum that will be in Jackson County voters'
hands in the next couple of weeks. In fact, we give the
measure our full support.
Next week, ballots will be mailed to voters in our
county to determine whether to continue a half-cent
sales tax for the schools. It's a mail-only election and
ballots are due back in time to be tallied on Election
Day, May 6.
The 10-year tax, first levied in 1995 to provide ad-
ditional funding for the maintenance and operation
of public school facilities, was renewed by voters in
2005. The referendum would have the tax renewed fora
another 10 years.
It's particularly importar to leave the'tax in place for ome conservative political The Kochs could start with a
another decade, as state support for facilities has with- groups have runminto trouble recent op-ed by a man named Eric
ered to nothing, according to Jackson County Schools making ads that criticize Wee, who just happens to be a
Facilities Director Stuart Wiggins. Obamacare. The ads were intended former Washington Post reporter.
Approaching this need with a sales tax creates a light- to showcase "horror stories" from Wee supported Obamacare whenit
er burden for residents, as sales tax is paid by everyone th Democrats' national health was passed, he explained, but said:
who makes purchases in ackson County, meaning a care overhaul, but instead attracted "What I didnt count on was that it-
significant portion is paid by those passing through. zealous fact-checking and ferocious By OnYork would make things harder for me
Earlier this month, the Marianna City Commission pushback from media outlets and and my wife."
passed a resolution supporting the proposal. How- liberal activists. First, the couple's $263-a-month
ever, it's up to the voters of Jackson County to decide The most striking example is do not receive my medication, I coverage was canceled because it
whether tocontinue to support our local schools or a recent ad from Americans for will die. I believed the president. didn't conform to Obamacare re-
leave them to struggle without funding that's been in Prosperity, the organization backed I believed I could keep my health quirements. When Wee went shop-
place for two decades. by Charles and David Koch, the insurance plan. I feel lied to. It's ping on the California exchange, he
We urge voters to approve this tax renewal. conservative businessmen-phi- heartbreaking for me." The ad found the cheapest replacement
lanthropists who have emerged as ended with Boonstra accusing would be about $620 a month. That
this year's target No. 1 for Demo- Michigan Democratic Rep. Gary included paying for coverage for
Another View crats. The ad featured a Michigan Peters of jeopardizing her health by pediatric vision care, althoughWee
woman, Julie Boonstra, who said voting for the Affordable Care Act. and his wife do not have childreni.
Sshe had been diagnosed with leuke- After the commercial aired, fact- ThenWee and his wife both had
LBJ poltical genius mia and given a 20 percent chance checkers noted that under a new to see a physician in January. They
of surviving, but had fortunately policy available to her through thought the doctors were in their
found a "wonderful doctor and a Obamacare, Boonstrawould actu- new network, but it turned out they
gave A m en ca the great health care plan." ally have lowerpremiums. Even weren't. Wee's visit cost him $303
Oa e At least, before Obamacare. "I with higher deductibles, it all pretty out-of-pocket; his wifs, $918.
Ci it was doing fairly wellfightingthe much evened out, or even saved "Let's not pretend that this new
ivi g A c cancer," Boonstra saidin the ad, Boonstra some money in the end. policy is the affordable health care
i "fighting the leukemia, and then I So here is a suggestion, free of savior that many of us were hoping
he assassination of President John E Kennedy received the letter. My insurance charge, for Americans fof Prosper- for," Wee concludes. "For us, our
on a sunny day in Dallas, the murder of Medgar was canceled because of Obam- ity: Make a few anti-Obamacare ads new plan is a big financial hit for a
Evers as he stood in his Jackson, Miss., driveway, acare. Now, the out-of-poket costs with factual claims taken from the product that does not make it any
the obliteration by bomb of four little girls in the base- are so high, it's unaffordable. If pages of TheNew York Times. easier to get basichealth care."
ment of a Birmingham church and the savage dogs of wm.
Birmingham's "Public Safety" director Eugene "Bull"
Connor.
Each piece became a part of the puzzle of Americas The meaning of marnage
slow atceptance of equal rights for its citizens, regard-
less of colof Fifty years ago, that acceptance was codi- C harges of bigotry... are was called upon to defend her
fied in law through the Civil Rights Act of 1964. the ultimate secular view that marriage is a child-cen-
At the iUniversity of Texas this week, President Barack f. insult," Caroline Farrow tered institution between men and
Obama and former Presidents George W Bush, Bill tells me. "The cry of'bigot' is ban- women. The show was otherwise a
Clinton and Jimmy Carter will join a host of other died arbund so much these days," celebration of Britain's new same- KathrynLopez
speakers for a civil rights summit called "We Shall she observes, "that it has begun to sex marriage regime. For voicing
Overcome." lose some of its potency." an opinion that the progressive
It's an important remembrance for a law that's all but Perhaps that's why people are icon Barack Obama once held, lowed-out arrangement that
taken for granted now. bullied out of their jobs and into Farrow has been declared "disgust- cannot be called an institution at
Yet in early 1964, there was no certainty that a Civil intellectual submission for having ing," and spat on. The abitsive all."
Rights Act would pass, and certainly not one as ambi- ever supported the position that commentary continues on social Around the same time, in Rome,
tious as what ultimately became law. marriage is between a man and a media. Pope Francis addressed married
The momentum was there. The march from Selma, woman. Austen Ivereigh, a co-founder couples. He said that in the sacra-
Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech and Such as when Mozilla co-founder of Catholic Voices and author of mental union of "one flesh," God
the desire to honor Kennedy's legacy were important Brendan Eich resigned from his "How to Defend the FaithWithout blesses married couples so that
elements. executive chair because activists RaisingYour Voice," writes, in the they might become "living icons of
But if there was a puzzle master, it was the political decided to make an example of wake of the British marriage shift: God's love in our world, building
and legislative genius that was LyndonBaines Johlson. him for having given $1,000 to the "In order to accommodate one up the Church in unify and fidelity
Today, Johnson's legacy is as likely to be connected 2011 legislative effort to support a group's desire to have their love .' Christian marriage also reflects
to the VietnamWar as anything else. At worst, he's a traditional definition of marriage legitimated by the state ... the mystery of Christ's own faithful
caricature, a big brash Texan bullying his way through in California. the state has emptied marriage and sacrificiallove for his body,
Washington. Farrow, a spealeer with Catholic .of its essential meaning. It has the Church."
In fact, his work on the CisifRights Act was a delicate Voices in England, hasn't lost her changed marriage from an under- That's what it's all about. We
political dance that no one else in the country could job,obut she's been warned. Her standable, recognizable, conjugal shouldn't be bullied into abandon-
have accomplished at that time. Johnson worked crime was similar to Eich's. During institution, one hallowed by faith ing marriage in the name of toler-
Democrats and Republicans. He worked the press. He a British current affairs show, she and civil society, to an ersatz, hol- ance disguised as tyranny.
traded on the budget. He traded on a tax cut. Imagine
this: He got liberals and conservatives to work together
on what was then a political third rail. Icetters to the Editor
It's appropriate that the Civil Rights Summit will bee srcso n a r te te* u
held at the LBJ Presidential Library. Often, the act is casta
as Johnson following up on Kennedy's work. But John- hpc t of r ene
son was crafting civil rights legislation in the late 1950s
and even managed to get a weak bill passed in 1957. (Editor's Note: This open "veteran flags" and folded those institutions, the time, they still did a
That early legislative work paid off when the time came letter to local Brig. Gen. them in preparation for Hoiwever,-the memory fantastic job of treating
to push the more ambitious act. Jir Hart (Ret.) was sent a proper disposal. Even of your generosity is a her pain and making her
On July 2, 1964, at the signing of the act, Johnson to the Floridan by the more inspiring was the legacy not soon to be more comfortable while
recalled the nation's founding principles that all are author for inclusion in the almost childlike joy you forgotten by those of waiting on a flight crew
created equal and are entitled to the blessings of liberty. newspaper) expressed as you cheer- us who experienced its from Niceville to transport
"Yet millions 'are being deprived of those blessings fully raised the new flags benefits. It's time for her to TMH.
- not because of their own failures, but because of the. Dear Jim: to their proud and proper others to know this story From years of working
color of their skin," he said. As April approaches position. Even'the act of and for you to receive the in emergency rooms and
America has not yet resolved its struggle with race and I look out the win- tying the rope securely recognition you so richly in pre-hospital care, I
and inequality. Work continues every day. But Johnson's dow of myhome, I see to the polebwas carried deserve. Thank you for understand how the heavy
political brilliance in 1964 brought the nation a long the proud American and out with precision and your friendship and your workload can take its toll
way toward establishing equal treatment for all. Florida flags flying boldly ceremony! service to our country on a care provider and
in the breeze across the I came to treasure this and our community. cause them to lose their
The Dallas Morning News street at the Historic Russ moment each year, and ART KIMBROUGH patience. Not these guys.
House. viewed it as an expert- Marianna Tara, Rhonda, Paula and
Seeing these beautiful ence I had the privilege of Dr. Herring did a wonder-
THERE'S symbols of our state and sharing with you that was I justwanted to take a ful job triaging, caring for
AEL HAIR nation reminds me of the outside of the public eye. few minutes and send a and eventually sending
Sgenerosity and patriotism While I told various mem- warm thanks to thestaff my grandmother on her
you displayed each year bers of the Chamber's at Jackson Hospital ER. I way.
of my 10-year tenure as leadership team about would gladly do it in per- I do believe that at
Chamber President/CEO your annual gift, we never son, but my line of work any other facility, with
when you faithfully and formally expressed our often has me traveling to any other ER staff, my
Svoluntarily replaced the appreciation to you. remote locations around grandmother's underlying
aging, tattered, and worn The Russ House is now the world. So, hopefully, injury would have gone
flags with fresh new ones under the sustainable this will suffice. unnoticed until it may
each April. ownership of the City of Recently, my 89-year- have been irreversible.
Without desire of Marianna and operated old grandmother sus- So thank you so much for
recognition, you made and funded by the Tourist tained injury which very what you do and how you
this annual ritual a gift Development Council well could have been fatal, do it.
from your heart at your and Jackson County, so I immediately telephoned Keep up the great work.
own expense. I vividly the responsibility for the staff at Jackson ER
,~ilHLER. remember the solemnity taking care of our flags to see if they had the BRANDON D.PEACOCK
0 a 4/9 in your demeanor as you along with maintaining resources to treat her. Tallahassee/formerly of
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SJoint veterans benefits

seminar set for April11
American Legion able to answer questions
Smith-Kelly Post 100, Vet- you right have. Craig
eran of Foreign Wars, and Deatherage, Military Liai-
Disabled American Vet- son from U.S. Represen-
erans are hosting a joint tative Steve Southerland's
Veterans Benefits Semi- Office will be available to
nar on Friday at 6 p.m. at assist any veterans who
the American Legion to are having problems with
help veterans in the com- their benefits.
munity obtain veterans Commander Swearin-
benefits. gen, Commander Layton,
State certified veteran's and Commander Kelly
service officer Larry Rob- encourage all veterans
erts from Sebring, a for- and their families to at-
mer Marianna native, as tend and find out what
well as representatives benefits that are available
from the Marianna VA. to them that they might
clinic will also be avail- be unaware of.
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John Booker (center) is surrounded by members of his family during his retirement reception April 3.

Booker retires from West Florida Electric Chipola College hosts
The Board of Trustees, daughter-in-law, Trish, his m odern m arketing
executive staff and em- sister, Elizabeth, sisters-
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Electric Cooperative held and grandpa Don were earti
a retirement reception on hand to celebrate the
in honor of John Booker occasion with him. Chipola College will reach the consumer.
on Thursday, April 3. During the reception to offer a small business Cost of the semi-
Booker was hired to work honor Booker, an original seminar, "Modern Mar- nar is -$15. Participants
at WFEC on April 4, 1994, poem composed by Don- keting Techniques," on may register online at
and is retiring after 20 na Pittman was read by the Friday from 9:30 a.m. www.northfloridabiz.
years of service. Before author and a framed copy to noon in Room M- com.
beginning his career with was presented to com- 108 of the Business and The first six Chipola
WFEC, Booker served his memorate the event. He Technology building (M). students to sign up will
country in the, United was also presented with a The seminar will cov- receive free admission.
States Army. personalized rocking chair er modern marketing Students should call Elis-
Several members of with the U.S. Army logo techniques for reach- sa Severson at 718-2441
Booker's family, including emblazoned on it from ing the right consumer or sign up in Building M,
his wife of 41 years, Mat- WFEC President & CEO Graceville Mayor Charles Holman, also a WFEC board member, with the right product at (108).
tie, his son, Marcus and Bill Rimes. congratulations Booker on his retirement. the right price. The work- For information, call
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SChipola general surgeon recertified
l Jackson Hospital is pleased to an- highest standards of the profes- of surgeons in practice as stated in
ac o nounce that Chipola surgical and sion and patient care. Jackson the board's mission statement. The
medical specialties general sur- Hospital is proud to have board board standards are not met by all
geon, Dr. Teresa Goodpaster, re- certified surgeons practicing in our surgeons in the U.S.
SUBMITTED PHOTO cently achieved recertification by community." General surgeons affiliated with
J-- the American Board of Surgery. The American Board of Jackson Hospital are available to
J CKSo os l Board certification and peri- Surgery serves the public and the provide care for digestive tract, ab-
n H odic recertification is a voluntary specialty of surgery by providing domen, breast, skin and underlying
*reco--es m e process for surgeons who value leadership in surgical education tissues, surgery critical care, surgi-
^recogeis m eaUcaU standards of education, training, and practice, by promoting excel- cal oncology, trauma'and burns,
and knowledge in the field of lence through rigorous evaluation surgical endoscopy, minimally in-
tff N surgery, and examination, and by promot- vasive (laparoscopic) surgery, and
sta I for D octors D y CEO Larry Meese said, "Board ing the highest standards for pro- office-based minor surgery.
recertification demonstrates Dr. fessionalism, lifelong learning, To schedule an appointment with
Jackson Hospital rec- in the community. The Goodpaster's commitment to the and the continuous certification Dr. Goodpaster, call482-0017.
ognized its talented and doctors atJackson Hospital
skilled medical staff for and our outstanding team
National Doctors' Day on work together to ensure
Friday, sAprilt4. ackson each and every patient Curbs and sidewalks are price of expansion
Hospital has 31 physicians entrusted in their care re-
on active medical staff ceive prompt, appropriate, Dear Bruce: I own a property and a waste of time.
and over 65 on consulting and professional medical lease half the space. The current ten- What has happened is that subse-
staff. care. Our medical staff ful- ant wants to expand to the lot next quent to your current arrangement,
"Jackson County is for- fills the mission of Jackson door. However, the township says an ordinance was passed that says
tunate to have as talented Hospital, 'Providing excep- we need to install curbs and side- any extension of use will require that
and diverse a medical staff tional care to every patient walks. This is ridiculous because it is curbs and sidewalks. You may think
as it does in a rural com- every day.'" on a main highway. it is ridiculous, but that's not mate-
munity," said CEO Larry Doctors' Day was desig- Is there anyway Ican avoid all this rial, and keeping everyone happy is
Meese. "The doctors .on nated by the U.S. Senate cost? Is there any way to fight the Ws not material either.
staff are as qualified and and the House of Rep- township on this matter? Bruce W lli S Is there any way to avoid this cost?
skilled as any of the sur- resentatives in 1990 and -T.W., VIA EMAIL Smrarf Money I doubt it very seriously, except by
rounding larger facilities. Jackson Hospital is proud passing it on to the current tenant
"Jackson Hospital's active to participate in the event Dear T.W.: To answer your second fight the township-on this matter?": who wants to expand his use, which
medical staff live and work every year. question first, "Is there any way to Possibly, but generally speaking, it is is perfectly appropriate.

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Lawmakers look to expand, regulate telehealth

The Associated Press "This will revert Florida easier for a lot of sick pa-
back to the days of the Wild tients," said Landry, who
MIAMI The calls may West where anyone with a found those results after
come in the middle of the bottle of whiskey, a pocket testing the program in
night and from hospitals knife and Skype can prac- nursing homes.
more than an hour away. tice medicine. That's what During a recent consul-
Someone is having a stroke happens to the bill in its tation, University of Miami
and is en route an emer- current form, said David dermatologist Dr. Anne
gency room in the Florida e Custin, a lobbyist for the Burdick asked an assis-
Keys, but there aren't any group. tant at a Fort Pierce county
neurologists on call. Several hospitals around health clinic to zoom the
Within 15 minutes, a a the state have had success camera in on some scaly,
University of Miami neu- withtelemedicineinrecent white patches on a 10-
rologist pops onto a com- years, helping patients in year-old boy's legs. The
puter screen and can order rural areas connect to spe- boy is often kept indoors
an IV drug that should be cialists or getting multiple and complains of constant
given within three hours. consultations conducted' itching at night. Burdick,
It's that sort of potentially simultaneously for acute who diagnosed him with
life-saving technology that emergency cases. Univer- eczema, modified his pre-
some lawmakers say will sity of Miami neurologist scriptions and added a
drive down health care Dr. Gustavo Ortiz has done weekly bleach bath to re-
costs, while also address- more than 600 consulta- duce bacteria. The boy was
ing serious doctor short- tions since their program's one of five pediatric pa-
ages around the state. inception in 2009. tients seen remotely from
A Senate bill would in- Telemedicine saves mon- her Miami office that day.
crease the use of tele- eyby reducing hospital and Burdick, who estimates
medicine in Florida and ER admissions and doesn't 40 percent of her prac-
establish requirements for require medical transpor- tice includes telemedi-
health providers who treat tation, supporters say. cine patients, also does
patients remotely. A com- THE ASSOCIATEDr. Kim Landry, an emer- medical consultations for
panion bill is also making University of Miami dermatologist Dr. Anne Burdick checks the computer screen in her Miami gency room physician two cruise lines, the In-
its way through the House, office, as she discusses telemedicine on Tuesday. and EMS medical direc- dian Health Service and a
but that bill doesn't require I tor for four counties in the weekly program for school
doctors to have a Florida to treat a Florid( patient. mise patient care.. Some a website created where Panhandle, began a pilot children.
license only that they The bill recently/ passed a say that doctors practicing people can find informa- program where 911 re- "For some areas in the
be licensed in their home Senate committee, but has telemedicine in Florida tion about the out-of-state sponders connect patients state, it's going to be im-
state and registered in two more stops before it's should be licensed here. doctors who may be treat- remotely to an ER doctor possible to get specialists
Florida. heard on the floor. Dozens "It may be the wave of the ing them. After all, she for a quick evaluation, to that. area and so tele-
"If we didn't have an ac- of other states have passed future, but I still think we noted, patients can't walk "Eight out of 10 times, medicine is really the best
cess problem we wouldn't legislation supporting need to concentrate on the into the office of an out-of- they don't require trans- option," said Burdick. "The
be here today ... everyone telemedicine. patients and the bottom state doctor and see medi- port to the hospital, so in bill will be a really good
would rather see the doctor The Senate bill also line is these (out of state) cal degrees on the wall. a lot of cases, it's made life step forward for Florida."
face to face, but when your would require Medicaid doctors are not licensed in The Florida Chamber
mother is having a stroke to reimburse for telemedi- Florida so they don't have and several other groups, : .
in rural Florida and the cine services and allow the same accountability," includingones represent- kPhilipi
choice is having a doctor doctors to negotiate pay- said Sen. Dorothy Hukill, ing nurse practitioners, Fa eJ
via telehealth versus hav- ment rates with insurers. who voted against the bill. physician assistants, nurs-
ing no doctor," said Rep. The House bill doesn't ad- Bean said they will be es and pharmacists all
Cary Pigman, an emer- dress payments. held accountable through support the bill.
gency room physician who "If you're a patient in the insurance company or But the powerful Florida
supports the bill. Florida and you have a the doctor's network they Medical Association is
The Senate bill requires specific heart defect and practice within, strongly opposed, worry-
doctors providing teleo the guru is a doctor in Rep. Gayle Harrell, voted ing it doesn't require treat-
medicine services to pa- Philadelphia; you should for the bill, but noted it still ment by a licensed Florida
tients within the state to be be able to consult with has problems. physician or mandate a re-
licensed in Florida or meet her," said Republican Sen. "I also need to knowwhat view of the patient's medi- IN STORE:
an alternative require- Aaron Bean, who is chan- my recourse action should cal history. The organiza- Ring Sizing,; Watch
ment. For example, an in- pioning the bill. be should some malprac- tion said such technology Repair, Custom Design,
surer using a doctor that's But critics worry that re- tice incident take place," holds great promise, but Pearl Re-stringing,
in-network in another quirements for doctors in she said. does not support the bill in Restoration Let Our Flowers
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ment complexare rallying in sup- Carteret Management Corp., which ing the management company toount
port of a front desk clerk who was managesthe 153-unitbuilding, fired rehire Benjamin. She considers his ru Hi T S
fired after mistaking the body of a Benjamin. dismissal to be the result of "corpo-
woman who'd committed suicide for Turns out Nancy Yates had left rate thinking." She's also gotten 25
a mannequin.. a suicide note in her 16th floor signatures from people who attend "
Ronald Benjamin, 61, spotted the apartrhent. her church. Hairoand n Sa ons"
body of the 96-year-old victim in the Anne Desrosier, 83, told the Tampa Desrosier said Benjamin worked FULL SERVICE
parking lot early on the morning of Bay Times she wants Benjamin to be the front desk and was polite to
April 2. But he told authorities he rehired. tenants..
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Benjamin later enlisted a news- the hall from Yates' apartment. "But I face didn't look real and that he'd 4i
paper carrier and her teenage son can't find in my mind-and heart any been unable to sleep because of the
to toss the mannequin in a trash possible reason why he should be incident.
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Shooting victim's But despite the support expansion of gambling. As part of Tuesday's plea '
body to return to Fla. of top lawmakers and the Other senators on the deal, prosecutors have )
wife of Senate President panel, however, said it agreed to drop a felony
TAMPA- The body of Don Gaetz, the proposal was clear there weren't charge of unlawful con- L A RA E
one of the three soldiers stalled in a Senate com- enough votes to pass the veyance of fuel against
killed in the rampage at mittee on Tuesday. proposal. Terry Jones.
Fort Hood will be return- Instead, the panel On Sept. 11, jones and
ing to the Tampa Bay area. passed a stripped down Pastor takes plea in members of his congrega-
Sgt. 1st Class Daniel tracks around the state to ran buring case Outreach Ministries in *On select merchandise While supplies last
Ferguson will arrive at report all injuries to rac- BARTOW A Florida Manatee County came
the Tampa International. ing greyhounds. pastor who was arrested. to the Mulberry area to
Airport Friday evening. Sen. Maria Sabhs, this past Sept. 11 while burn Qurans in memory Monday- 4944 B Malloy Plaza, Marianna
Ferguson attended high D-Boca Raton, tried to attempting to burn 2,998 of those who died in the 9 m {Next to Beef O' Brady's)
school in Polk County. get the Senate Gaming Qurans at a Polk County 2001 terrorist attacks.
The Patriot Guard Rid- Committee to vote for the park has accepted a
ers motorcycle organi- proposal. But she backed plea agreement that will From wire reports
zation will conduct an off the effort after ques- prohibit him from return-
honor escort from Tampa tions arose over whether ing to the county for six -
International Airport to a it would allow an months.
funeral home in Lakeland.
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reports that there will be 9 II 9 I 'I
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ACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com FROI THE FRONT & LOCAlm WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9,2014 9A r

Otuaies CITY OF MARIANNA HONORS
S Obert Funeral Home Funeral services will be
1556 Brickyard Road held 1 p.m. Wednesday,
Chipley, Florida 32428 April 9, 2014 at New Pros-O YE S
m". 850-638-2122 pect Baptist Church inLONG IME EMPLOYEE
*,ww.$obertfuneralhome.com Chipley, Florida with Rev.
.... Kermit Soileau officiating.
The family will receive
Johnnie l friends one hour prior to
Eugene the service at the Church.
Howell Interment will follow in
Howell Jr. Dykes Cemetery in
Grandridge, Florida with
Johnnie Eugene Howell Obert Funeral Home of
Jr., 59, of Chipley, went Chipley directing.
home to be with the Lord James & Sikes
"v n April 7, 2014 at his Funeral Home
,ome Maddox Chapel
Johnnie was born August 4278 Lafayette Street
Ii, 1954 in Jacksonville, Marianna, F32446
Sloridato Rev. Johnnie Eu- 850.482.2332
-ne and itiane obr- o RS e www.jamesandsikes
: esli) Howell Sr. He had funerahmesandome
4sved in the panhandle of
Florida for two years since
aoming from New Orleans. Dorothy Jean
te was a member of New Smith
rospect Baptist Church in
,hipley, Florida and retired ANGIE COOK/FLORIDAN
as a salesman from Sara Dorothy Jean Smith, 67,
Lee Bakeries. of Cottondale, died Tues- mployees are recognized for their years of service with the city of Marianna, Tues-
> H. He was preceded in day, April 8, 2014 at Noland day, April 1. From left, are Francis Davis Jr. (20 years), Frances Yon (10 years), Mayor
e a d Rita Howell Sr. Funeral arrangements Paul Donofro, Ray Harvell (5 years), Tara Hodges (15 years), Sharmeka Speights (5
e is survived by his son: will be announced by years) and Kathy Hartzog (5 years).
f4gannon Howell of James & Sikes Funeral
;,)Wausau, Florida; daughter: Home Maddox Chapel.
44eather Howell of
Marrero, Louisiana; broth- BARFIELD, HO ELL NAMED APRIL
Sherry of Chipley, Florida;
hree sisters Janie Peel and Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. EMPLOYEES OF THE MONTH
husband Ronnie of Your Local Florist and Gifts
Chipley, Florida, Ester 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna
Sapp and husband J.W. of 850-372-4456
G reenwood, Florida, Mary
Sanders and husband Cecil Michael's Toggery
of Troy, Alabama; grand- Funeral Appropriate Attire
daughter: Alexis Howell. 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna
850-482-8647


;st aorganization joins the Pan-
W.efli miig ama CityBeach Chamber of
I () Commerce. In justifying the
m Page lA expense, Fuqua informed
the board that the mem-
t outh of U.S. 90 in Mar- bership could help Jackson
> a. LThe park will give County continue to e xpand O.,d
-:-Wibers, kayakers and other its presence in the beach '
tow-impact uses another community as TDC strives
access point to the river, to attract more beach-goers
1since the design includes here for day trips into Jack- .
a concrete launch point. son County while they're in
The park will also have a the area. whc andace Howell (left) poses for a photo
place for picnic tables, and Fuquasuccessfullysoughta
the Overlook Bridge- will another $300 to pay the rent PHOTOS BYANG ECOOK/FLORIDAN with Mayor Paul Donofro, for being
;eate a new river viewing on a traveling exhibit called andra Barfield (left) poses for a named an Employee .of the Month by
Siportunity. Florida Before Statehood. photo with Mayor Paul Donofro, for the city of Marianna, Tuesday, April 1. Howell
The overall project has Put together byViva Florida
M& estimated budget for the Museum of Florida being named an Employee of the has been a communications officer with the
more than $700,000, History Traveling Exhibits Month by the city of Marianna, Tuesday, city police department since February
the Department of entity, it will make its debut April 1. Barfield, an LPN, has been with
lasportation provid- in Jackson County. Consist-
5 the bulk of the funding ing of 11 panels and one the Marianna Health and Rehabilitation a was unable to stop in
} htd the city of Marianna free-standing timeline dis- Center since August 2007. iram time to avoid striking the
4 aring an estimated 20 play, the exhibit will be on bicycle, authorities
^ rcent of the cost. display from April 15 to July From Page 1A eported.
In other TDC funding re-. 2 in the historic Russ House F official numbers will be Combs was knocked
ests authorized Tuesday, located on Lafayette Street E lection recorded. sign posted at its from the bike and landed
e county agreed to con- in Marianna. It will then Roberts will begin intersection with County in the ditch on the north
ibute $1,000 of bed tax be taken to various other From Page lA his next two-year term Road 273 in Washington side of CR 273. Combs
.dollars to support the town communities across the with a swearing-in cer- County. The cyclist tray- was taken to Bay Medi-
.f Grand Ridge in putting state. there to assist with the emony at the June city eled into the path of a cal Center with critical
4 its annual Spring Festi- The Russ House is home count. commission meeting. Ford F-150 which was injuries, according to
val. Last year, the town was to the TDC and through a On Friday morning, That's when unopposed westbound on- County FHP
awarded $2,000. recent agreement is jointly following the canvass- incumbents Travis Eph- Road 273. Hayes and his passen-
Commissioners also overseen and maintained ing of provisional bal- riam and Paul Donofro The driver of the truck, ger, 80-year-old Teresia
greed to pay TDC's $375 by the city of Marianna and lots and a hand-counted will also be sworn in for 79-year-old Bonifay Hayes, were not injured
mbership fee as the Jackson County. audit of Tuesday's results, their next term. resident Walter Hayes, in the crash.

along the railroad tracks, poles to address the out- Todo that, linemen had to "It took an awful lot of ondphaseiscomplete, fu-
taking out a utility pole age, which takes consider- drop the feed from the U.S. time. We did the best we ture power outages on that
along the way. ably longer than doing so 90 substation. Because of could with what we had side of town should be less
m Page 1A The lines, which were from a work truck. where the tree went down, to work with," Tanner told painful for FPU and cus-
Sripped down by what Tan- Additional crew mem- customers in the area of city commissioners. tomers alike.
ppened on the evening ner described as a large, bers were called in to as- the Chipola Apartments "We understand that this Another FPU initia-
y renMarch28 to leave alarge green oak tree, weren't sist with the situation and on Constitution Lane were is a bad location, but we're tive should further ease
lmber of customers on just any lines. They were Tanner said his assistant the only ones who could in the process of trying to the frustration of out-
'J. ~ecity's west side without' main feeder lines, mean- manager, after assessing be picked up safely to re- make things better." ages. According to Tan-
electricity ing no redundant power the damage, determined store power. FPU has already ner, the company's outage
Shortly after 6 p.m., Tan- was available. And the that power would be out That process, Tanner removed one part of the management system has
,.er said he was informed lines weren't in just any for quite some time. said, went relativelyquick- railroad feeder, with an- another aspect in the
S law enforcement that location. They were in an In the meantime, to ly, but for the hundreds of other section slated for works. The OMS, he said,
e had been a report of area that, between ditch- pick up at least some of customers that remained similar treatment. Tan- will soon offer a more
lines down in the es and train tracks, was the customers who were in the dark, the outage ner said the company was "customer-friendly" way
'ien Street area, near inaccessible to FPU repair without power that Friday lingered on for nearly 10 fast-tracking the reloca- to stay informed about
train trestle. Soon af- trucks. night, FPU determined hours, with lights finally tion project, but estimates outages, through the con-
ter, FPU learned that a tree The location forced line- some could be linked to coming back on around 4 it could still take three-to- venience of an app on your
had fallen on power lines men to climb the utility the Chipola substation. a.m. the next morning, six months. Once the sec- smartphone.

0You have to work together pass by." together in-line and both since the late 1960s, hav- Manhattan," Carol said.
and there are some extra Carol, in turn, must stay say they feel the tandem is ing met a club on summer "We live in a small com-
m Page lA in it that can test you as a partner and sacrifices all who share the road only they were both in college. tie town, where I grew up
They say they debated couple." control over the cycle. She have to account for the A romantic dance at the on a farm, therewere more
the merits of tandem bik- As operator on the lead can't operate the brake or presence of one bike in- end of the night was the cows than people, so I love
ing for a while before de- end of the cycle, he said, steer the bike where she stead of two, for instance. spark that led to a partner- seeing the farms that we
ding on that mode of he has had to sacrifice might like it to go. It took them almost 1,000 ship that has given them pass by, love seeing what's
portation. some of the freedom and But the benefits weighed miles to get their riding a son and daughter, and a growing where."
ve a quote I heard sightseeing that comes more than those negatives, styles in sync on that first lifetime of adventure and The two say they have
,that 'whatever direc- with one-man biking. "If the couple says. trip, they say. "At about memories. Now at leisure been well received on the
yIour marriage is head- you're riding all by your- She gets the benefit of mile 950, it clicked," Carol to fully explore their many road.
g in, a tandem will drive self, you can whip over to being able to focus on the said. They've been riding common interests, they "Peoplehavebeengreat,"
ou to that destination avoid a pothole; if I did flowers and other small in smooth rhythm ever havenoplanstoslowdown Carol said. "I'd say99 per-
aster,' Steve Mackintosh that on this bike, I'd prob- details that draw her at- since. anytime soon. They're cent of the drivers that we
d as the two stopped to ably scare her to death. So tention on the route, so for The two are well into keeping a diary of their encounter have been very
t recently."I think that's I have to be more careful, her the freedom is worth their 60s; he'll celebrate his journey, and say it's filled courteous and just accom-
bably true. Sometimes and watch out a lot closer the lack of control. 67th birthday on the road. with positive experiences. modate us in a very friend-
dems have been re- for what's ahead. I can't Both benefit from the She'll turn 68 shortly after "We're both from small ly way. I can't think of one
V d to as 'divorcycles,' pay as much attention to fact that they can talk more they complete their ride. communities in New York; bad experience we've had
.id I guess I can see why. the off-road sights that we easily as they ride along They've been married it's not like we grew up in in sharing the road."






110A WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9,2014 STATE JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com


U.S. travelers


to Cuba still


on the rise
The Associated Press Cuba. In 2009, Obama lift-
ed a limit put in place by
MIAMI The number of former President George
U.S. visitors to Cuba con- W. Bush allowing Cuban-
tinues to rise, even as the Americans to travel to the
more than five-decade long island country no more
embargo remains firmly in than once every three years 7-
place, according to a study to visit relatives. And in
released Monday. 2011, he reinstated the so-
Within the first three called "people-to-people"
months of 2014 alone, there trips, allowing U.S. citizens
were more U.S. tourists to to apply for a travel license
the island than in all of 2013 to participate in educa. -WESe PRe FeLE
from England, Germany tional -activities that pro- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
or France, according to mote contact with ordinary In this 2013 photo, fishermen cast their lines along the Malecon in Havana, Cuba.
report by the U.S.-based Cubans. On average, Cuban- erators say it is having an
Havana Consulting Group Havana is the top desti- American travelers spend impact. Charles Harrison d Stacy Borges
provided to The Associated nation for most U.S. travel- about $3,238 per person At this point, it's just get- 850-482- 170 85573990
Press. Canada remains the ers, followed by Santa Clara during their stay, account- ting worse," said Armando Creshul3~yahoo.com Stacyborges@gail.comn
No. 1 country of origin for and Camaguey. The vast ing for a major source of Garcia, the owner of Mara-
travelers to Cuba, but the majority fly out of Miami revenue for the economnii- zul, one of the largest Cuba
number of U.S. travelers to InternationalAirport. More cally-strapped island. charter operators. "For Cu-
the island has been steadi- than 1,000 flights have de- The study was based off ban-Americans born in the
ly increasing over the last parted from Miami to Cuba data from U.S. airports and United States we already
seven years. so far this year, with anoth- Cuba's National Statistics have serious problems be-
Some 173,550 U.S. tray- er 109 leaving from Tampa, Office. cause we don't have visas Call Jackson Counties Best Foreclosure Team.
elers visited Cuba in Janu- the report said. While the data points to- for them. It's affecting tray- For a Complete List of Homes Today!!
ary through March. That Travel in the first three ward another big year for el, no doubt."; g, ,kaia. I
compares to 149,515 from months of 2014 was higher U.S. travel to the long-for-
England, 115,984 from than in the last trimester bidden island, there is one
Germany and 96,640 from of 2013, when many Cu- ongoing hurdle: Cuba sus-
France in 2013. ban-Americans travel to pended consular services
"The data confirms, al- spend the holidays with. in February after being imun-
though the Cuban govern- their family. The number of able to find a new bank in
ment does not recognize U.S. travelers has increased the U.S. for its diplomatic
it publicly, that the United steadily each year, from accounts. While many U.S.
States, even with the ef- about 245,000 in 2007 to travelers had already sub-
fect of the embargo, is the nearly 600,000 last year. mitted their visa requests
second greatest source of "We expect that 2014 will for spring visits to Cuba,
tourists to Cuba after Can- be a record year," Morales the situation remains utin-.
ada," Emilio Morales, the wrote. resolved and charter op-
consulting group's presi-
dent wrote in the report. LOOKIN FOR MORENEWS? VISIT
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CC Baseball


Indians clinch another series with 8-2 win

BY DUSTIN KENT The Raiders won Saturday's Chipola tacked on one more
dkent@jcfloridan.com meeting in Marianna 13-9 insurance run in the ninth when
thanks to back-to-back five-run DannyMars drewaone-outwalk
The Chipola Indians bounced innings in the sixth and seventh, from Alberto Rodriguez, moved
back from a weekend loss to but it was all Indians on Tuesday to second base on a passed ball,
Northwest Florida State by following a two-run first inning to third on a stolen base, and
knocking off the Raiders 8-2 for Northwest. came home on ground ball to
Tuesday night in Niceville to Chipola took the lead for good third by Ian Rice.
clinch their fourth consecutive with four runs in the third, get- Watson closed it out in the
Panhandle Conference series ting consecutive two-out, two- ninth to run his record to 7-0 on KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN
2-1. RBI hits by Josh Merrigan and the season, earning the win af- Tom Watson (31)
Tom Watspn picked up the Bert Givens to go up 4-2. ter coming on in relief of starter pitches in a game
win for six scoreless innings in The Indians added three more Adonis Hernandez, who gave up earlier this season.
which he allowed just three hits runs in the fifth, starting with two earned runs on three hits
and three walks while striking an RBI single by Merrigan off of and a walk in three innings.
out four, with Michael Royal tak-. Northwest reliever Mike Dolloff, Scott led Chipola with three
ing the loss after giving up two followed two batters later by a hits and added two RBI, with
earned runs on nine hits, two two-RBI double by Chase Scott
walks, and five strikeouts, to make it 7-2. See CLINCH, Page 10B

CC SOFTBALL Track and Field

SHS track



Conference clash competes at

BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfioridan.com
The Sneads Pirates track
team traveled to Tallahassee on
Saturday to compete in the 15t
Annual Chiles
Capital City Track
& Field Classic at
Chiles High School
and came away with
a trio of top five finishers.
Jeremy Wert gave the Pirates
their best individual. finisher of
the day, taking second in the 400-
meter dash with a time of 50.54
seconds, just behind first-place
finisher Christian Philpott of
North Florida Christian at 49.85
seconds.
See CLASSIC, Page 10B

,Sports Briefs
High School Baseball
Thursday- Cottondale at
Sneads, 6 p.m.
Friday- Sneads at Graceville,
6 p.m.; Pensacola Catholic at
Marianna, 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.;
KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN Paxton at Malone, 5 p.m.
Nalleli Lopez (14) throws tofirst in a game earlier this season. Saturday- Vernon at Marianna,
12 p.m.

Chipola tries to turn tide in key series with NWF High School Softball
Thursday- Cottondale at
BY DUSTIN KENT league standings behind the score of 31-10. Hendrix said Tuesday, noting Malone, 5 p.m.; Port St. Joe at
dkent@jcfloridan.com Lady Raiders (32-14, 9-7), who The Lady Raiders have taken the significance of being the Marianna, 6 p.m.
have won fivestraight games three of four against Chipola two-seed in the state tourna- Friday-MariannaatSneads,6
The Chipola Lady to move into sole possession overall this season, giving ment. "For us, I think it makes p.m.; Malone at Blountstown, 5 p.m.
Indians and Northwest of second place. them the tiebreaker and what a good difference because if
Florida State Lady Raiders The first of those five wins is essentially a two-game lead you're second then you match Chipola Baseball
will face off in Marianna on came in the second game of in the standings. up with (first-place Tallahas- Chipola will play the first of
Thursday in a key. double- a doubleheader against the That makes Thursday's see) on the second day of two games with Gulf Coast State
header for both teams that Lady Indians on March 27, games all the more crucialfor the state tournament, but if onWednesday in Panama City at
could have major ramin ifica- with Northwest following the Lady Iridians. you're third then you would 5 p.m. before hosting the second
tions for the postseason, that 9-7 victory by sweeping "It means we've got to see them the second game (of game Friday at 2 p.m.
- Chipola (28-16 overall and consecutive doubleheaders sweep or get some help to the first day of the tourney)." The Indians will then go to Tal-
8-8 in the Panhandle Confer- from Pensacola State and Gulf get second place," Chipola lahassee on Saturday for a noon
ence) is currently third in the Coast State by a combined associate head coach Jimmy See CLASH, Page lOB game.
See BRIEFS, Page lOB


SHS Softball MERE


Sneads shuts out Chipley for 16th straight win Lions beat Rotar on opening day

BYDUSTIN KENT Weiss finished 2-for-4 with a us on the road against a team BYSHELIAMADER the game, giving up two runs
dkent@jcfloridan.com run and two RBI, while Emily like that. They're as good as Floridan Correspondent on one hit, one walk, and one
Glover was 2-for-4 with a run, anybody around in this area. .error.
The Sneads Lady Pirates and Kaylee Cain and Hussey We're starting to play pretty The Lions countered with ace
continued to rack up the vic- each added two hits as well. well right now." Opening day at Optimist Caleb Torbett who went two
tories Tuesday night, with the "We really hit the ball pretty The Lady Pirates will finish Park saw the two Ozone teams innings, gave up two runs
Chipley Lady Tigers the latest well tonight. We got runners on the week and the regular season battle it out for bragging rights on five walks and struck out
victim via a 6-0 shutout to anddidaprettygoodjobgetting out with a home game against to start the regular season, four.
run SHS' win streak to 16 them around," Sneads coach the Marianna Lady Bulldogs on with the Lions coming out on Kalen Evans threw the third
games. Kelvin Johnson said after the Friday night in a rematch of a top with a 7-4 victory over inning, gave up two runs on
Taylor Hussey started in the game. March 7 meeting at MHS that Rotary. two hits, one error, and struck
circleandwentallseveninnings "That's a pretty solid win for Sneads won 6-3. Starting on the mound for out one.
to earn her ninth win of the Rotary was southpaw ace Wil- Ben Wiggins came on in the
season to just one defeat, as -" ton Pittman, who went two in- fourth and allowed no runs on
she allowed only five hits and nings and gave up one run on three walks before striking out
walked no one while striking two hits, two walks, and struck the final two batters to end the
out four: out three. iinning.
Sarah Gilbert took the loss for Jaxson Beach came on for the Brady Donaldson shut out
the Lady Tigers, who fell to 15- third inning and, allowed no Rotary in the final two innings,
7 on the year, giving up 12 hits runs or hits on one walk and surrendering a lead-off double
and a walk while hitting a bat- two strikeouts, before a grounder back to the
ter and striking out one. James Clikas took over in the mound got the first out and sat
Sneads scored a run in the fourth inning and struggled the next two down swinging in
first, two in the second, and early Wvith walks before giving the fifth.
another in the third before way to Gage Bannerman who A walk and a fielder's choice
Alaynah Weiss provided the ex- went through the fifth inning, set the stage in the sixth inning
clamation point with a monster giving up one walk and one hit for a double play ball to end
two-run home run to left field with two strikeouts. the inning and the game.
in the sixth inning to make it KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN Another ace from last year,
6-0. Brooke Williams (25) hits a fly to third in a game earlier this season. Sterling Crumpler, closed out See OPENING, Page 10B






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Huskies again star in the underdog role

The Associated Press all guard Kemba Walker. bling late in the season. Of counterpunched every time
One setback after another the 11.01 million brackets the Wildcats landed a blow.
ARLINGTON, Texas The followed, submitted on ESPN.com, Senior Shabazz Napier i
Connecticut Huskies lost Coach Jim Calhoun retired only 0.3 percent picked took what he learned from
their coach, their teammates, in 2012. Players left the pro- them to win it all. Walker, his mentor, and be-
their chance to play at the gram, three who transferred UConn continued to go came the leader who took '
NCAA tournament for a year. away and two who left for against the grain of pub- the Huskies to a title, fin- ^
They were castoffs, unwant- the NBA. lic opinion as it advanced ishing with 22 points and
ed mutts without a home, The Huskies were barred through the bracket, beating six rebounds to bookend
told they had no chance. from the 2013 tournament the odds while knocking off his career with national
Well, look who's woofing for failing to meet NCAA Villanova, Iowa State, Michi- championships.
now. academic standards. They gan State and top-seeded Gritty Ryan Boatright gave
Playing with a chip-on- scrambled to find a home Florida to reach the champi- Kentucky fits at both ends
their-shoulder mentality after the Big East blew up, onship game. all night, scoring 14 points
and poise down the stretch, landing in the American Again, the Huskies were not while teaming with Napier
UConn starred in the un- Athletic Conference. supposed to win, told they to lock down the Wildcats'
derdog role for the second. UConn 'fought its -way were no match for the length heralded twins, Aaron and
time in four years, knocking through last season, winning and athleticism of Kentucky's Andrew Harrison.
off Kentucky 60-54 Monday 20 games despite n'o hope of one-and-done freshmen, Kevin Ollie proved a more-
night in North Texas. playing in the postseason, expected to get run over by than-able caretaker of the
"It feels so good to prove the yet still was dismissed head- those speedy'Cats. program Calhoun built, cre-
world wrong," UConn junior ing into this season. Again, they wouldn't listen. ating his own legacy by be-
guard Ryan Boatright said. The Huskies turned a Relying on its veteran coming the first coach to win
It was quite a journey to get few heads with an opening leaders, UConn jumped to a a national title within two THEASSOCIATED PRESS
here. nine-game winning streak, big early lead, kept its com- years on his first Division Ijob UConn head coach Kevin Ollie (center) celebrates with
UConn won a national but were given little chance posure whenever Kentucky since Michigan's Steve Fisher his team after their 60-54 victory over Kentucky in the
title in 2011 behind do-it- of making a run after stum- tried to make a run and in 1989. NCAA championship game Monday, in Arlington, Texas.



Kentucky wilts at foul


line in title game loss

The Associated Press ingMonient," itwasUConn throws. Asked whether it
joyously romping around entered Calipari's mind, he
ARLINGTON, Texas the court inside AT&T Sta- replied flatly: "No."
Another team coached dium, the confetti falling UConn was just as mad-
by John Calipari was done from the rafters as Ken- deningly efficient as Kan-
in at that harmless strip of tucky players filed slowly sas at the line, though,
paint just 15 feet from the toward the locker room.. making the troubles of
basket, Their free-throw .strug- Kentucky all the more glar-
After shooting well from gles recalled memories of ing: The Huskies never
the. free-throw line much the 2008 title game, when missed, and their final two
of the season, the kids from a Memphis team coached free throws by Lasan Kro-
Kentucky wilted when it by Calipari struggled down mahl with 25 seconds left
mattered most Monday the stretch against Kansas. sealed their fourth national
night Their inability to In that game, the Jay- championship.
make one of the simplest hawks fouled the poor- James Young was 8 of 9
THEASSOCIATED PRESS shots in basketball was a shooting Tigers when they from the foul line for Ken-
Connecticut guard Shabazz Napier holds the championship trophy after defeating Kentucky big reason why the Wild- had to rally late in regula- tucky, and finished with 20
60-54 at the NCAA championship game Monday in Arlington, Texas. cats lost 60-54 to Connecti- tion. Memphis responded points. But the rest of the
cut in the national champi- by missing four of its final teamwas 5 for 15, including
onship game. five free throws. And that lousy shooting from Julius
UConn s tNapier nam ed "Well, you couild say that, was enough for Kansas Randle (4 of 7) and fellow
but the way we started the to overcome its big. defi- big man Dakari Johnson,
game probably cost us cit and ultimately win in who was 1 of 4 the line.
the game," said Kentueky regulation. It wasn't just the misses
ost outstandi g player coach John Calipari, whose During that stretch be- that hurt the Wildcats, ei-
.team found itself in an early fore OT, Kansas made all of ther. It was their inability to
30-15 hole and never led. its shots, including its free get there.
The Associated Press when they say Ray, Rip, Napier had 12 points and Kentucky was 13 of 24
Ben, Emeka, Kemba six assists. from the line and missed its
ARLINGTON, Texas they'll soon say Shabazz," "He's up there, he's up. final three attempts when
Connecticut's exclusive former coach 'Jim Cal- there," forward Niels the game was still in the
club of elite guards wel- houn, who won the 2011 Giffey said when asked balance. The last of them,
comed a new member title, said after watching where Napier rated a miss by Alex Poythress,
Monday night. the 2014 squad cut down among thehistory of Hus- would have cut the Wild-
Amid a rain of confetti, the nets. kies guards. "He bleeds cats' deficit to 56-53 with
Shabazz Napier basked Calhoun was referring blue. He bleeds UConn." 3:47 remaining.
in the celebration on the to Ray Allen, Richard Napier looked like a Instead, the lead swelled
court after being named "Rip" Hamilton, Ben Gor- floor general the way he to six when DeAndre Dan-
the Most Outstanding don, Emeka Okafor and directed players on. of- iels scored at the other end
Player of the Final Four Kemba Walker. All except fense with forceful mo- for UConn, and the Wild-
following the 60-54 win Okafor were guards. tions. Instead of sulking cats never had a chance
over Kentucky. Not bad company at after oneblown play, Na- to get within a single
Napier had 22 points all. pier waited down court possession the rest of the
on 8-of-16 shooting with The Huskies' steely for his teammates and way.
six rebounds, and played point guard outshined raised his right fist. Making it all the more
lockdown defense in his Kentucky's freshmen Giffey said Napier frustrating: UConn was 10
final collegiate game. phenoms. Napier and fel- promised his team after for 10 from the line.
His career began as a low backcourt mate Ryan the 10-point loss to Lou- Asked whether that de-
freshman on the 2011 Boatright controlled isVille in the AAC tourna- cided the game, Kentucky's THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Connecticut team that the tempo and together ment finals la'st month Aaron Harrison replied, Kentucky guard Andrew Harrison sits in the locker room
won.the title behind star outscored Wildcats twin that they would cut down "Maybe so." after his team's 60-54 loss to Connecticut in the NCAA
guard Kemba Walker. guards Aaron and An- the nets in Texas. So instead of Calipari's championship game Monday in Arlington, Texas.
'Now, Napier is the drew Harrison 36-15. "I looked into his eyes latest bunch of one-and-
man. On Saturday against and I really believed done stars cutting down ,
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NBA decisions loom for



several Kentucky players

The Associated Press draft picks. Ten of those
left after one season. No
ARLINGTON, Texas other coach has had more
-One by one, players than five one-and-done
in the Kentucky locker players.
room said essentially the Calipari's. biggest bo-
same thing: They had not nanza came in 2012, after
given the NBA a second the Wildcats won the na-
thought, much less a tional title. Anthony Davis
first, during their stirring was picked first overall,
Final Four run. and fellow freshmen Mi-
They'd better start chael Kidd-Gilchrist and
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS thinking about it now. Marquis. Teague were
Kentucky head coach John Calipari works the sideline With millions of dollars joined by Terrance Jones,
against Connecticut during the second half of the NCAA hanging in the balance, Darius Miller and Doron
championship game Monday in Arlington, Texas. Julius Randle, Aaron and Lamb in giving Kentucky
Andrew Harrison and a six selections.
Cbunch of other Wildcats THEASSOCIATED PRESS Calipari had five draft
C a lp an n o t0 soon will have to make Kentucky forward Willie Cauley-Stein is interviewed in the picks in 2010, four in 2011
one of the biggest deci- locker room before practice for the NCAA championship game and two last season.
tor sions of their lives. Their Sunday in Arlington, Texas. "I'll sit down with each
m go deadline to declare for young man individually,
the draft is April 27, less declare., it will be brought up, but probably have their fam-
than three weeks away. "I love school. I love I have no clue." ily either with us or on a
a"Now that the season is being at Kentucky," said The Harrisons, likewise, speaker phone and get
over, it's about the play- Cauley-Stein, a 7-footer said they were focused them information and say,
ers. It's no longer about who missed the Final only on delivering the 'If I can help you with any-
the program," Kentucky Four with an ankle injury. Wildcats their ninth na- thing, let me know,'" Cali-
The Associated Press Kentucky athletic direc- coach John Calipari "I love the fan base. I love tional championship. Af- pari said. "'Tell me what
tor Mitch Barnhart told a said after a 60-54 loss to the community. I love the terward, they declined to you want to do. What do I
ARLINGTON, Texas small group of reporters Connecticut in Monday people there, so why not even offer a timetable for need to do to help you?'"
Kentucky coach John Monday night that he had night's title game. stay until they make you their decision. Most of the Wildcats al-
Calipari refused to "dignify heard about the tweet from "It's about each indi- leave? It just gets better as "It's really thinking ready helped themselves.
that stuff" when he was Chapman, who played for vidual player on this team you get older. about this game," Aaron After a season that was
asked after Monday night's the Wildcats from 1986-88 now," Calipari said. "They "But there are so many Harrison said quietly. "It's often frustrating and dis-
championship game about and later in the NBA. But sacrificed. They surren- different things going one of the biggest games appointing, most of them
his rumored interest in Barnhart said that he had dered to each other now, through my head," Cau- in my career and we didn't helped their draft stock
coaching the Los Angeles "no real reaction." for our team and our pro- ley-Stein said. "There's win, and I didn't play my during their memorable
Lakers. "I've been in this thing gram and our school. Sea- that other thing, millions best. That's pretty much NCAA tournament.
The rumors were floated long enough, not a lot sort son's over. Now it's about of dollars, being able to all I'll really be thinking As the pressure ramped
by former Kentucky star of fazes me in terms of that them. And we'll sit down work on your game, and about. I'm not thinking up, Randle kept pulling
Rex Chapman on Twitter sortofstuff,"Barnhartsaid. witheachofthemandthey onlyyour game." about next year or any- down rebounds. Aaron
shortly before the Wildcat's "You go day-to-day with will make the decisions." Randle, a potential lot- thing like that. I dorn't Harrison kept hitting
60-54 loss to Connecti- people and you trust what James Young and Dakari tery pick, said he had kept know." clutch 3-pointers. An-
cut at AT&T Stadium. He they do. I've been with Cal Johnson are also candi- thoughts of the NBA at bay. This is hardly unfamiliar drew Harrison kept dol-
called Calipari's departure five years now. I think I dates to join Randle and "Never talked to coach ground for Calipari and ing out big assists. Young
a "done deal." know him fairly well, and the Harrison twins on or my family about it," Kentucky. More like a rite kept scoring when Ken-
"The Lakers have a bas- if there's anything I need to the one-and-done path. Randle said after scor- of spring. tucky needed him most.
ketball coach," Calipari be concerned about, we'd Sophomore big men ing 10 points and pull- Since taking over the And just about everybody
said, referring to coach have those conversations. Willie Cauley-Stein and ing down six rebounds program five seasons ago, else with NBA potential
Mike D'Antoni, whose And we haven't had those Alex Poythress also could against UConn. "I'm sure Calipari has produced 17 chipped in.
team is fighting to stay out conversations."
of last place in the Western Barnhart said that Cali-
Conference. pari has been focused NC-w -t Tare e trN A d a
"Kentucky has a basket- solely on the NCAA C State's TJ Warren to enter NBA drft
ball coach," Calipari add- tournament.
ed. "I have the best job in Kentucky guards Aaron
the country." and Andrew Harrison, two The Associated Press been a lifelong dream of the league at 24.9 points and although he is a great
The Lakers have also of several Wildcats who mine, and playing at N.C. per game good for third scorer, his rebounding and
denied having any con- will soon decide on their RALEIGH North Car- State has prepared me well nationally while shoot- defensive improvement
versations with Calipari, own futures in the NBA, olina State sophomore T.J. to achieve my dream," ing a league-best 52.5 per- are often underappreciat-
who spent two forgettable said they had not heard Warren is taking his high- Warren said. cent. He also led the team ed," Wolfpack coach Mark
years coaching the New about the Lakers rumors. scoring game to the NBA. Behind Warren, the in rebounding at 7.1 per Gottfried said in a state-
Jersey Nets before he was "We don't let that affect In a statement released Wolfpack went from be- game. ment. "I am excited for T.J.
fired 20 games into his us," Andrew Harrison said. by the school Tuesday, ing picked to finish 10th Warren closed the regu- and want the very best for
third season. "People are always go- the Atlantic Coast Confer- in the ACC to reaching lar season with 41 points him. I believe in him and
He also served as an as- ing to have rumors about ence's player of the year the NCAA tournament for at Pittsburgh and a career- will miss having him in
sistant under Larry Brown this team and people are said he had "a fun ride" the third straight year and high 42 points against our program."
with the Philadelphia always saying stuff, but it but was ready to enter the beating Xavier in the First Boston College, making A year earlier, War-
76ers. doesn't really affect us." -NBA draft. Four. him the first ACC player ren averaged about
"Playing in the NBA has The 6-foot-8 forward led to go for 40 in consecutive 12 points and shot an
games since December ACC-best 62 percent in a
s M u S j 1990 and only the seventh supporting role behind
V -U larcul SmaSrtRHS overall. He was the first C.J. Leslie,Lorenzo Brown,
N.C. State player to do it Richard Howell and Scott
since, program great Da- Wood. He mulled an NBA
de ares for NBA Draft vid Thompson in Decem- jump last season but re-
her 1974 and the first ACC turned to a leading role
The Associated Press Smart surprised some by player to do it in consecu- after the departures of
returning to school after a tive league games since those upperclassmen
OKIAHOMA CITY strong freshman year. He 1957. as' well as the transfer of
Oklahoma State guard got off to an excellent start Warren set school sin- freshman Rodney Purvis
Marcus Smar has declared this season, but slumped gle-season P ecords with to Connecticut.
for the NBA draft, and began to lose his cool. 871 points.and 3120-point, Warren dropped about
Smart told The Daily On March 8, he shoved egames. 20 pounds to around 215
Oklahoman he has hired a Texas Tech fan and "I truly believe he was this year to better handle
an agent, making official was suspended for three the best offensive player the load for an inexperi-
what was already a fore- games. His Cowboys went in the nation this year, enced team.
gone conclusion. The through a seven-game los-
sophomore participated ing streak, but his strong
in Senior Night activities in play late in the season NR L
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Longtime basketball coach


Royce Waltman dies at 72

The Associated Press. years later, he led De-
Pauw to a Division III
INDIANAPOLIS-Royce national runner-up
Waltman captivated Indi- finish. He turned the
Sana's basketball fans with University of India-
his folksy attitude and a napolis into a Division
penchant for winning. II power, and he led
BeingBob Knight's right- Indiana State to consec-
hand man helped, too. utive NCAA tournament
On Monday night, the appearances in 2000 and
man who became a famil- 2001.
iar face on college basket- "Royce was one of
ball sidelines throughout these coaches that en-
ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE the state died at age 72 deared himself to every-
Manhattan coach Steve Masiello speaks during a news after a long battle with body, even those who he
conference for the NCAA tournament, March 19, in health problems. Walt- got angry with now and
Orlando, Fla. man's wife, Carole, noti- then," said Don Fischer,
fled Indiana State officials the Hoosiers' longtime
Ma l l ie ad l Tuesday morning of the play-by-play man. "Ev-
Ma h attans M S llO death, sports information erybody that knew him ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
director Ace Hunt said. respected him and liked In this March 16, 2001 file photo, Indiana State coach Royce
S"- His knowledge of the him. He was a terrific Waltman yells from the bench in the second half of Indiana
one game and ability to teach basketball coach but he State's 70-68 overtime win against Oklahoma at the NCAA
it was' only eclipsed by was much more than that South Regional in Memphis, Tenn. Waltman, an assistant to
until he gets degree the way he made you feel to everyone he knew The Bob Knight at Indiana and a longtime basketball coach around
when you were with him," time we spent with him the Hoosier state, died Monday night after battling a long
Indiana coach Tom Crean on our broadcasts was illness. He was 72.
said in a statement Tues- absolutely special." Waltman spent the next Olympic basketball team
The Associated Press Florida. Then it came to day. "Personally, I respect- The blunt-speaking six seasons by Knight's and eventually playing
light Masiello didn't get ed him long before I came coach often told people side, helping to keep a key role in helping the
NEW YORK Steve a degree from Kentucky to Indiana. In getting to that if coaches weren't the Hoosiers a national Hoosiers win their fifth
Masiello will be rein- and the job offer was know Royce here, Iwas in- fired for losing, they'd power, working with the national championship
stated as the head coach rescinded. credibly fortunate to have get rehired. And while he 1984 gold-medal winning in 1987.
at Manhattan College as Manhattan waited al- become his friend." touched players with his
soon as he receives his most a week before re- Most recently, Hoosiers heartfelt stories, Walt-
degree from the Univer- vealing the decision to fans knew Waltman's man. taught-the game in
sity of Kentucky. allow Masiello to return voice as the color com- a manner that impressed
The school announced to his job. mentator on Indiana ra- colleagues.
Monday that Masipllo, "After an extensive re- dio broadcasts. He left The Maryland native
who had been coach of view of the situation that job in December started his head coach-
the Jaspers for three sea- and extenuating circum- to undergo surgery and ing career at Bedford
sons, will be on unpaid stances, we determined never returned. High School in' Penn- 0
leave until he gets the de- that Mr. Masiello ex- But most people re-. sylvania, here he won
gree. During his absence, ecuted poor judgment member him for what he more than 270 games
associate head coach but did not intentionally did before moving into between 1966 and 1981.
Matt Grady will lead the misrepresent himself in the broadcast booth. He did well enough there
program. applying to the College," He helped Indiana cap- that Knight hired Walt-
Masiello, who has a 61- Manhattan president ture the 1987 national man following the Hoo-
39 career record at Man- Brennan O'Donnell said championship. Three siers' 1981 title run.
hattan, led the Jaspers to in a statement. .
a 28-5 record this season .He said Masiello in-
and the Metro Atlantic tended to take summer
Athletic Conference tour- courses after graduating Coipanion Animal Mediine & Sirgery
nament title. The Jaspers but didn't. Masiello will
lost 71-64 to Louisville in complete his degree this GR T M
the NCAA tournamept.: summer, O' onnell said, We Appreciate the B s (
Within four days of the Masiello said he is "ex- Citizens ogJackson County
loss to his former. college tremely grateful and and your support.
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Michael Curry as

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The Associated Press
and attracted a uniquely
Michael Curry has led a qualified person," Chun
team into the NBA play- said.
offs, served as president Curry played for sevill
of the National Basketball NBA teams, was presi-
Players Association and dent of the NBPA for four
spent 11 years playing in years and was part of
And now, Florida Atlan- the 76ers 'through the
tic has lured him back to end of last season. Curry
college. also played for Collins in
Curry was introduced in Detroit and also was part
Boca Raton, Fla. on Mon- of NBA teams in Indi-
day night as the Owls' ana, Toronto, Milwaukee,
new coach, replacing Washington, Philadel-
Mike Jarvis, whose six- phia and Sacramento. Houston County Faen
year tenure at the school He wasa candidate to
,'ended at the conclusion become the 76ers' head Spaces a- e only
of this season. coach after last season
Curry most rq ently was before Philadelphia hired 49
an associate coach with Brett Brown, who ulti-
the Philadelphia 76ers, mately decided not to insidel0'xl0' outside 10'x20.
plus was the Detroit Pis- keep any of the incum- 8' TABLES ARE AVAILABLE FOR RENT a T5 1 pem.
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who has already broken "We begin today to work
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this season knows a said. Name: Address:
rebuilding project Collins lauded the hire,
awaits. saying FAU simply made. City: State: Zip: Phone:
"We want to be a Top 25 a brilliant move.
team in the country," Cur- "I don't think that Flori- Email address:
ry said. "We have to re- da Atlantic University re-
cruit some very good bas- alizes what an incredible Special request:
ketball players. But more coach and man that they
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recruit good young men. "Michael Curry is one
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Struggling Pacers still loolking for way to rebound

The Associated Press since the All-Star break, are any problems between clinched its second straight
with the Pacers allowing a the two. Central Division title, still
INDIANAPOLIS- Lance mediocre 95.8 points per "Roy will settle down," has the NBA's best home
Stephenson shookhis head game and putting up the West said when asked how record (34-6)' and trails
in disbelief. All-Star starter lowest scoring average of Hibbert responded to the Miami by just one game in
Paul George repeatedly any team in the league benching. "He's down on the East.
urged his Indiana team- last month. The Pacers are himself *because he felt Before the season, fans
mates to get going, and All- 20-17 since Jan. 24 and 7- like he could have helped would have applauded
Star center Roy Hibbert sat 12 on the road. Even their us, but coach made a de- that resume. On Sunday,
speechless on the bench once invincible home- cision. Coach has to make they booed.
during the final 30 minutes court edge doesn't look so some tough decisions "It's understandable: You
on the game. imposing after losing to sometimes, and it was to know we scored 23 points
This wasn't just another San Antonio by 26 points get him some rest ... Coach in the first half. That's unac-
bad loss for the Pacers. It and Atlanta by 19. made the right choice." ceptable andweknowthat,"
was another chapter in Are the Pacers inafree fall? T. here have also been George said, referring to the
their shocking collapse as They look listless at times, questions about Stephen- worst first-half point total
the regular season comes sure, but SanAntonio coach son's body language and in franchise history. "But
to a close. Gregg Popovich noted that his untimely ejection in the I don't think we deserve
"I don't think it's accept- all teams go through these Miami Heat center Greg Oden (center) battles for a rebound with March 26 win over Miami to be booed. You know, all
able for any of us in our sorts of struggles during the the Indiana Pacers Paul George (right) and Roy Hibbert during and whether the Pacers' that we've done this year.
organization to play the season. Spurs guard Tony the first half of an game in Indianapolis, March 26,2014. struggles can be blamed 'I definitely thought it was
way we played tonight and Parker said he still expects on a young team wilting in uncalled for."
we're just going to get back Indiana and Miami to meet they could dethrone though he played George the spotlight. They have four regular-
to work to fix it, to get back in the Eastern Conference two-time defending NBA and David West deep into What can the Pacers do season games remaining,
on track," coach Frank Vo- finals. champion Miami. the fourth quarter. Hibbert to fix all these problems including a Friday night
gel said following Atlanta's But there's no doubt this After losing for the fifth did not take questions af- before the playoffs start? showdown at Miami.
107-88 rout Sunday night is not the same team that time in six games, the Pac- ter the game. "For one, we just can't "We're playing good bas-
in Indy. started 17-2, was 33-8 at ers are now one game be- There has been specu- panic. I mean we can't ketball, we're sharing the
The Pacers missed their the midway point and hind Miami in the Eastern lation about a growing panic. We've just got to ball. We're taking the shots
first seven shots and scored made two February moves Conference standings. rift between the Pacers' be loose about it," George that we're supposed to,
a franchise-low 23 points signing free agent An- Vogel benched Hibbert young coach and their star said. "We're just putting they're just not falling right
in the first half when they drew Bynum and send- for the final 21/2 quar- center, who has publicly too muchpressurewhereit now," a clearly frustrated
went 7 of 35 from the field. ing injury-prone Danny ters Sunday -because he complained about "self- doesn't need to be brought. Stephenson said. "We've
The league's No. 1 defense Granger to Philadelphia in thought Hibbert looked fa- ish dudes" and suggested We just got to do what we just got to keep playing
gave up 55 points and seven a trade deadline deal for tigued. Vogel. noted after- the Pacers needed "group do. We're in a great posi- good basketball. The bas-
3-pointers in two quarters. Evan Turner -- that made ward that his entire start- therapy." tion right now." ketball gods will take care
This has been a problem it clear the Pacers thought ing lineup looked tired, Teammates deny there At 53-25, Indiana has of everything."



Nene to return Wednesday

for Wizards vs Bobcats

The Associated Press
WASHINGTON Nene
sat in a chair in a hallway
outside of the Washington
Wizards locker room.As he
spoke, he took a large brace
off his left knee and fiddled
with it.
"My whole body's sore.
I try to push myself. They
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS say I look good, but for the
SMU coach Larry Brown reacts to a call during the second half of anNCAA college basketball not enough," he said with a
game against Minnesota in the final of the NIT on Thursday in New York. smile. "Always push myself."
-No one represents the
pnder-the-radar 'grit, heart
Larry Brown criticizes ter than-
ward, who has been side- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
Salined six-plus weeks'with a Washington Wizards guard John Wall (left) celebrates with
Kroniks ine ra di oai te viednedsi-pNene after an NBA basketball game against the Boston Celtics
K n ick s n radio in terv ew sprained medial collateral April 2 in Washington. The Wizardswon 8-92, and clin ched a
ligament. He returned to playoffberth.
practice Monday and made y
The Associated Press made people proud of the contention this week. it through another session t m e e,
way they played, I don't Woodson led the Knicks Tuesday, keeping him on .
NEW YORK Larry think he's been treated to 54 victories last season pace to return for Wednes- .
Brown thinks the NewYork fairly and that really both- and the franchise's first At- day's pivotal game against U
Knicks have mistreated ers me." lantic Division title since the Charlotte Bobcats.
coach Mike Woodson. If Brown also criticized 1994. The team picked up "Play a little bit tomorrow SMARTER. BOLDER. FAST.R.
they are going to replace general manager Steve the option.on his contract and test my knee," Nene PAT FURR
him, he believes it should Mills, who was brought. for next season back in Sep- said. "And see where I am." Sunny South Properties
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be coaching. "I don't know what he Jackson declined but time for the franchise's first .............
"You're not going to knows about the sport the Knicks hired him last playoff games in six years.
make the Knicks better to be honest with you," month to run the front of- Washington has clinched
by living in L.A. and be- Brown said. "I was with fice. He has said he arid a berth with five games
ing there half the time him. Isiah (Thomas) Woodson will have a dis- remaining.
and not talking to your knows alot. Isiah's abright cussion after the season, But the Wizards are also
coach," Brown said Mon- guy. I don't agree with the but Brown thinks the best trying to fend off the Bob-
day in an interview with way he treats people but replacement for Woodson cats. Charlotte trails Wash- Hand Picked Ouality
SiriusXM NBA Radio. "Let he was a bright guy. Steve would be Jackson himself, ington by one game in the
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$300. Call 850-573-1109
Parking Lot Sale r FREE Rescued Dogs Shots & fixed
Saturday April 12th, 8:00am .-12:OOpm. Black Labs, Beautiful its black & white,
The Chipola Family Ministry Center Lab Mixes, Catahoula. Sm. Mixed Breeds,
3004 Hwy. 71 N. in Marianna Coon ounds, Black Retriever, Doberman mix
This sale will consist of: 4 all 334-791731 HOME GROWN FRESH
Easter decorations, clothing, shoes, German Shepherd puppies: AKC certified with
and too many other things to list. papers and shots. German bloodline. Parents I
have excellent temperament. Please call
*The Ministry center thrift store will also be Allaina 850-388-0110 or Text 850-768-9182. f vgtbe
open this day from 9:00atn.-12:00pm. German Shepherd Puppies. AKC registered.
Parents on site. First shots and wormed.
Ready this week. $500. Call 850-209-3569 3
Mix breed dog: Gentle, Shy girl. White/Brown, 334-793-6690 Your source for s and buyng
BUSINS [O OR NITIES adult, 45 Ibs. Spayed. Free. 334-693-9097.
Rottweiler iiux: Lg. beauty, black/tan, Spayed.
Special placement needed. Frte. 334-693-9097
ESUEP DOOPER PUPY SALE I
wPapillon Mies $75. $100., Chorkte S200.,

WANTED German Shepherd Stud: registered
or unregistered, 1 3yrs old, must be'
purebreed. Willi offer stud fee, pick of'liter
GIFT- SHIP puppy or will consider purchasing.
For Sale in Dothan Call 334-618-385
well established & profitable "G.M. Properties of Pc 4 PANAMA CITY BEACH CONDO
I) 334-677.-3704 Beach 800-239-2059 2/15, Pool, Tennis, Clu H oIe
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eight chairs, china cabinet, server/hutch.
Beautiful set, $695..Call 334-805-4667
Girls Munire white convertible crib with mat-
tress. Converts from crib to toddler bed to dou- 4 3-by-3 box (in bold borders) contains every digit
ble bed. Three beds in onel $385 obo; 2006 Ya- | 1 to 9. For strategies on how to solve Sudoku,
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Cemetery lots: Two with vaults in Pinecrest
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r -- ----- Look ~ead to your 17 ft Bass Tracer P Suth. Like new Michelin
City of Marianna nOW hiring for a tureSa trining 60hp Evinrude, trolling tires. Beautiful light green.
Electrician, Animal Control/Signage Officer for a new careet trai ing motor, electric anchors, Only 19,472 miles. $17,700. Call Stephen before
I & Street Maintenance Worker. FOR TIS newcal Assisting new ires on trailer, Eagle it's gone! 334.435.3344.
Ssfish finder. One owner Bick 012 Enclave
* Call 850-718-0326 for details. I COLLEGE Medical Office Admin., boat Excellent condition fid. 334- 750-5000 Buk 2012 Enave
L EOE/Drug Free Workplace Employer. J Pharmacy Technology, Like new with only 16K
SHVAC! Blue Fin Bass 1998 miles. Never wrecked or
SECRETARY SPECIALIST Call Fortis College 855-445-3276 Elimator All Aluminum smoked in. PW, PD, power
CARE is one of Florida's leading substance For consumer info: visit www.fortis.edu Bass Boat, 50 HP force en- seats, 3rd row seat, dual
CARE is one of Floridas leading substance gine, galvanized trailer- climate control. $34500. Jason 334-791-0432
abuse agencies, and we have been providing new tires, all in very good
services to our community for over 40 years .. N condition, 2 live well box- Cadillac 1998 Deville: cold AC, 74k miles, serv-
and we have a part-time opening at our es, 4 new seats, new Humminbird fish finder iced regular, nice car $3,495. Call 334-792-8018
County office. This position Will perform $3,995 OBO 828-837-1314 or 828-421-0998 or 334-792-8827
usual secretarial duties as well as assisting H OUSEI S U flU fll$IS HED Boggy Creek 2007 Chrysler 1999 Sebring JX5 Convertible, 139,000
in collection and reporting of project data. 3/2, bric 2-cargarage, covere fro& hn Skiff Boat, Skinny Water, miles, engine great condition, some light body
Must be able to type 50 cwpm. HS or equiva- back por, built 2010, $9 + dep.& ref. 50 HP Honda four stroke damage, $2200. Call 334-596-2653 after 4pm.
lent Salary range $9.26 $10/hour D.O.E. Cal 850-579-4317 or 850-8664- 1 965 M motor, stainless steel prop, Ford 1989 Mustang GT: Completely rebuilt from
Send resume and c r l r to C Hummingbird GPS 383C top to bottom, stainless steel exhaust, sunroof
en e end cor lttr to C E 3BR/1BA 4183 Myles St Marianna $400. mo. color fish finder, Load Mas- Paid $10,242 for parts, SELLING FOR $3,000.
City, a. 32404 EEO/DFWP/Drug ScreePaningma $300. dp. 404-694-5053770-335-6563 ter aluminum trailer, 12 gallon gas tank, Motor For more details call 334-648-1789.
SSceenin Guide 54 Ib thrust electric motor, built in tackle GOT BAD CREDIT?
MAING Austin Tyler & Co boxes, $8700, 334-774-3474 Cell 334-791-1074- *. : 99. RIDE TODAY
Quality Homes & Apartments Pontoon Boat Bass Tracker 21', like new, 60HP Already flled Taxes
|| 850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com Mecury 4 stroke engine, less than 50hrs. on Call Steve Pope Today
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" motor, built in live well and heavy duty trolling 334-03-9550
SUnfurnished Mobile Homes Apartments and motor. $8,500 334-687-2946 Repo pass bankruptcy
DISTRIBUTION CENTER Houses in Graceville. Rentals Houses in Marian- Rhino 2009 Boat md#V176 & all aluminum, SLOW CREDIT OK SSI & VAJOK
MARIANNA, FLORIDA na also available. Some properties pet friendly. 17 ft. 6", loaded, 70 hp. Suzuki, 3 seats, Honda Accord
Call Today 850-263-5753 Minnkota Hummingbird, boat is like new, less 2005 Hybrid, 2 tone
NOw Hiring Full Time M L H| MENthan 15 hrs. contact info: Sia5634@gmail.com gray/silver color, 1 owner,
lk rdr Fillr P itins ISerious Inquiries ONLY $15,000. 98K miles, 30-36 mpg,
Bulk Order Filler Positions 2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. Starcraft 1995 great cond. $9549.
1st, 2nd, and 3rd Shifts $500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. Tournament 18' Boat with 334-389-3845 or 334-393-7606.
http://www.charloscountryliving.com. 1995 Mercury 135 HP on I Lexus 2012 RX350: Sharp!
Competitive Pay and Benefits Package! Only $57. to turn on power 850-209-8847 4w Galvanized Trailer. Trolling Clean! Luxurious! Intditive
Smotor and GPS. $6,300.00 parking assist, push-
Please applyt in person ac, pushe
Please apply in person at: 1 2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes call 334-695-1117. button start,SmartAccess,
Family Dollar Distribution Center in Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 ventilated front seT backup ctir amera, heated/
3949 Family Dollar Parkway, 2BR 1BA Furn. MH, CH/A, no pets/smoking, 2008 Outback Sydney Edition 32 ft. ing. 1 owner lease vehicle, clean car fax and
$450 + dep. current credit report ly lease req. Travel Trailer, Series M-32BHDS, sleeps 10, only 23,000 mi. $35,950. Call Jason 334.791.0432
Marianna, Florida 32448 182 Alford Rd C'dale 850-638-4620/638-6405 New roof, new awning, excellent interior, Lincoln 2005 Towncar Signature: FSBO
$16,500.00, To see, call 334-796-7211 excellent condition, garage kept, new brakes,
Must be 18 Years Old. B2A SW& 3B2BA in aloneoriginal owner, have maintenance record, 66k
Equal Opportunity Employer CH/A, No pets, security negotiable Section 8 MOO H* & oignalowr miles, $9,495. Call for appt. 334-479-0099
Drug Free Workplace ok. Call 850-594-9991 or 850-557-7719-
Drug Free Workplace ok. Call 850-594-9991 or 850-557-7719 1985 Comfort 5th wheel Trailer 34th sleeps 6, Lincoln 2008 MKZ: white, chrome wheels, moon
IELfTHl 2 br 2 bath located between Grand Ridge and double bed, stove, refrigerator, AC, needs roof, heated/cooled seats, 60k miles, original
Sneads. $375 includes water, garbage and wood rot repair $1,200 Call 334-702-1362 owner, very clean. $14,900. Call 334-494-3347
monthly pest care. 850-573-0308 2001 Bounder 37ft. 51K mi. Nissan '1985 300 ZX Turbo Looks and runs like
LPN 3BR 2BA MH in Sneads, apppl. included 300hp, Turbo Diesel, 6 sp. new. This car has been WELL MAINTAINED and
I Must be a high school $450/mo. $450 dep. w/no pet, Allison 300 mh auto trans. will pass ANYTHING on the road. Removable T-
Must be 7.5 generator, 2-slides, W/D lots of extras. 1997 Tops ready for summer. Heads always turn
graduate, licensed as a 850-482-5449 Honda CRV tow car, all tow connections (could when you pass by. Owned by 50 year old dad
Practical Nurse by the be included) 334-792-0552 Serious Ing. ONLY!! that has been told to grow up. Car is all original
State of Florida NO PETS. CH&A. Pace Arrow 1999 Ford VIO, 35 ft. Leveling and IT IS SUPER QUICK! Loves curves and
d by A n Rd C s in Vg at $500 pr m Jacks, back upcamera, runs good, 86K miles, sticks the corners like only a Z can. 5 speed
ertified by American Red in 5859 Good tires, New battery, awning. transmission. $6,200. For more info. 333-6510
fluid therapy. Must have a valid Florida If no answer please leave message. $12,500. OBO 334-333-1291 Nissan 2003 Altima 2.5S, 4-cylinder, automatic,
driver's license prior to employment.. Very Cln 3BR/A fr f y of all power, Burgundy in color, new engine,
Must have 1-2 yrs exp as an LPN. Exp. Very clean. Water, sewage, garbage and yard 5th wheel RV 2008 ge Nissan 2010 A7tima
ic eo ac so so Zw 2 Nissan 2010 Altima
in corrections faility preferred care provided. Nosmokers, no pets. Luxury model 35TMS ' 2.5S with only 27000 miles!
tai ala 77$550 + deposit. all 850-718-8158. exc. cond., Inside & Silver in color and SUPER
ai l Out, 3 slides, King CLEAN! Locally owned
S n a 33 0TA MBR, 2 AC's, Power with a clean Carfax! $14,995. Call 334.445.1460
Submit Jackson County employment everything $27,000 Pontiac 1997 Bonneville SE dark green, 80K
application to: Human Resources Dept, OBO 334-774-9060. original miles, new AC system, new alternator
2864 Madison St., Marianna, FL 32448. new belts, battery, plugs & wires, all parts un-
26 Md160 ocres in Jackson County on der warr. car not driven much, Goodyear tires,
P 850-482-9633. rneeds headliner $3500. firm 334-983-0085.
www.jacksoncountyfl.net/ Ernest Granger Rd. $2600. per ac. Serious Inquiries Only.
EOE/AA/Vet Pref/ADA/ Drug-Free Workplace For details 334-701-6565. 4 WHL Toyota 2008 Scion: Gunmetal grey. Runs great!
Mechanically sound, 6 cyl. AT. 2-dr. Coupe,
HOME- K] d.S I -l[ =H 2002 Chev. Trailblazer LTZ- 4WD. Blue, Loaded 110,000 mi. bt if youjriow Toyota's, thatis_.
GENERAL__if MPLOaYMENT_ ____ *with all Options: LTH, Power Sun Roof, 17" low mileage, as they last forever! Blackrims,
2 Houses with Lots for Sale Sneads Wheels, Bose Radio, Climate Control AC, Pow- lowering kit, tinted windows, spoiler. Ideal
= WANTED: MATURE, Owner financing Available. er Seats, Running Boards, Controls on Steering for someone wanting a cool, SPORTY ride!
DEPENDABLE, BUSINESS-MINDED, Call 850-592-5571 Wheel, Tilt, Cruise, Heated Seats,,On Star. No PERFECT for any single guy or girl! Will defi-
DEPENDABLE, BUSINESS-MINDED, Accidents or Rust, Runs, Looks' and Drives nitely get you noticed! $7,200. 334-596-1065.
NEWSPAPER CARRIERS :Dothan 334 671-3 059. Toyota 2012 Camry SE,
0 D .OS FOR SL metallic gray, like new,
4BR/2BAPam Harbor Mobile HomeLX Convertible- Bla1-owner, bought and serviced
o t n d l e 0Well Kept! Builton owr 2004 ChryslerSebring LXI Convertible- Black. locally, smoke/pet free, 40K
ottonda eMust be moved. Asking $33,000 OBO. CD Player, .Leather Interior, New Transmission, mi. leather, 8 way power
MuCalst Robe Mochalowskin 73$33 3 BRuns Great, Awesome for summer. $3,000. seats, climate control,
Earn an average of or MaryCoeman 850-272-25-0163 145,000 miles. Contact Chad at 423.943.2530 keyless entry and more, $17,795.
S 9 0 0 email michalowski529 @comcastnet Lincoln 2003 Towncar Call 334-494-2892 or 334-393-9014
Cartier Edition: pearl --- -.
$white with vinyl top,
If You Have It and Don't Need It... loaded, 152k miles 2002 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic:
per month Sell It in the CLASSIFIEDS $7,500 Garage kept, nice bike, 24,000 miles. Two-tone
Cal] 850-573-2145 blue. $9,800. 334-794-5296 or 334-596-5098
BE YOUR OWN BOSS 3 A.M. to I P.M.
Must have dependable transportation,
minimum liability insurance & valid



4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna, FL -
Temporary Shelling Assistant
Assist FFSP employees in the shelling of
peanuts and the treatment of peanut seed.
Hours vary from 6:00am 10:00pmr,
Mon. Sun. as needed. Attention to detail e

valid FL. driver's license. Criminal Florida Panhandle Concrete, LL
bnac kgroun d e d testg requir. ',.^,Dozer and Excavation Work Travis Jones Phillip Lizotte
Preferred.Ponds Road Building Demolition 30+ Years Experience Tree Removal Tree Trimming
Diploma/GED; Forklift Operator Certification Pine Tree Planting Herbicide Spraying Free Estimates/Reasonable Rates Stump Grinding
Apply at main office 3913 Highway 71 Fire Line Plowing Burning House Slabs Sidewalks Insured Free Estimates -
between 7 AM 4PM CST Clay c'Hneal ie18SOg". 08-8 -s O e *np Driveways & Pole Barns 593--504455-
clysandclearing@gmail.com 850-693-5812 850-592-7216
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Clean Driving Record NEWA USED TIRES
Clean Background Check NEW TUIRE 11... W RETA.l PRI.ES! D. Stephens Concrete Services, LLC Residential & Commercial
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4230-A Laaytte St Mariana. EE 'TRIPLE 38 Yrs. Experience Licensed Insured
Residential & Commercial
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.207 Yamaha V Star 1300 Touring: 10,500 miles, OF THE NE 1/4, SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 5 ceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
dew tires, many extras, black & chrome, wind- A PORTION OF THE SOUTH 1/2 OF THE NORTH- NORTH, RANGE 12 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, the provision of certain assistance. Please
iield & bags $5900 Cash Only. Call 931303- WEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION FLORIDA. contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at P.O.
hield & bags $5900 Cash Only. Call 931-303- 36, TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, RANGE 9 WEST OF Box 1089, Panama City, Florida 32402 or by
JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PAR- A/K/A 3341 PEANUT RD COTTONDALE FL 32431- phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days

ool blue pearl & vivid black, garage kept, immediately upon receiving this notification if
1K mi. Driving lights, passenger back rest, COMMENCE AT A 4 INCH SQUARE CONCRETE Any person claiming an interest in the surplus the time before the scheduled appearance is
luggage rack, quick release windshield, MONUMENT STAMPED L.S. 1718 MARKING THE from the sale, if any, other than the property less than seven (7) days. If you are hearing im-
nit-theft system with /pager, cruise pegs, oil NORTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 36, TOWN- owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must paired, please call 711.
SHIP 5 NORTH, RANGE 9 WEST OF JACKSON file a claim within 60 days after the sale.
$ 0 3 6 dust cover included COUNTY FLORIDA; THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DE- Submitted by:
$12,900 334-598-0061 Absolutely origina. GREES 55 MINUTES 15 SECONDS WEST, ALONG Dated in Jackson County, Florida this 27th day Kahane & Associates, P.A.
--- -c - 1 THE WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 36, FOR of March 2014. 8201 Peters Road, Ste.3000
arley 2009 Davidson Sportster 1200C: 1320.46 FEET TO A 5/8 INCH IRON ROD AND Plantation, FL 33324
excellent condition, metalights red, 6000 miles, CAP STAMPED LS. 6041 MARKING THE SOUTH- Clerk of the Circuit Court Telephone: (954) 382-3486
D turn signals and stop lights, windshield, WEST CORNER OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF Jackson County, Florida Telefacsimile: (954) 382-5380
_+passengers back rest and luggage rack, I THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SAID SECTION 36; Designated service email: notice@kahaneanda
1igarage kept. $7,295 Call 334-671-8671 or 334- I THENCE DEPARTING SAID WEST SECTION LINE By:Tammy Bailey ssociates.com
-.,791-0984 j RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 33 MINUTES 54 SEC- Deputy Clerk File No.: 13-03927 LBPS
Harle Dado 2002 ONDS EAST, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID F10
Harley Davidson 2002 NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 FOR Albertelli Law LF160442
Sportster 1200 952.11 FEET TO A 5/8 INCH IRON ROD AND CAP Attorney for Plaintiff INVITATION TO BID
8,500 miles, lots of extras. STAMPED L.S. 6041 AND THE POINT OF BEGIN- P.O. Box 23028 JACKSON COUNTY
Asking $4,500 OBO. NING; THENCE DEPARTING SAID SOUTH LINE Tampa, FL 33623
Call 334-796-8817 RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 49 MINUTES 47 SEC- (813) 221-4743 NOTICE is hereby given to all interested per-
ONDS EAST FOR 362 FEET TO A 5/8 INCH IRON (813) 221-9171 facsimile sons or firms that sealed bids will be accepted
SHarley Davidson 2012 ROD AND CAP STAMPED L.S. 6041; THENCE eService: servealaw@albertellilaw.com at the Jackson County Purchasing epartment
Triglide Ultra Classic, SOUTH 89 DEGREES 33 MINUTES 54 SECONDS located at the Jackson County Administration
custom 2-tone blue, riders EAST FOR 362.00 FEET TO A 5/8 INCH IRON ROD JR 018759F01 building, 2864 Madison Street, Marianna, FI.
seat back, luggage rack, AND CAP STAMPED L.S. 6041 ON THE EAST LINE 32448 NO LATER THAN 2:00pm C.T. on 04/16/14
LED tail lights, travel pack OF SAID NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST If you are a person with a disability who needs for the following projects:
light conversion, zumo 1/4; THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 49 MI- any accommodation in order to participate in
GPS, ex satellite radio, NUTES 47 SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID EAST this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to BID NUMBER: 1314-23
senger arm rest, highway foot pegs, cover, LINE FOR 362.00 FEET TO A 5/8 INCH IRON ROD you, to the provision of certain assistance. BID NAME: Window replace sixty fourt
at touring machine $29,000. 334-464-0380. AND CAP STAMPED L.S. 6041 MARKING THE Please contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID NORTHWEST 1/4 P. 0. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 or by DESCRIPTION: The Jackson County Board of
S UI OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4; THENCE RUN NORTH phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days DESCRIPTION: The Jackson County Board of
For 26 89 DEGREES 33 MINUTES 54 SECONDS WEST before your scheduled court appearance, or County Commissioners is seeking qualified
Ford 2006 ALONG THE AFORESAID SOUTH LINE OF SAID immediately upon receiving this notification if vendors to respond to this request to replace
Expedition NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 FOR the time before the scheduled appearance is 64 windows at the Jackson County Corrections
Limited-156k 362.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. less than seven (7) days. If you are hearing im- Facility.
__ miles, video paired, please call 711. 4/11/14 9:00 AM C.T.
system, 2nd ce of Foreclosure Sale LF160435 MANATORY CONTRACTORS MEETING. ATTEND-
sunroof towing, pe $9,00, 3 4 -05 CA IN ANCE REQUIRED TO BID. Location of meeting:
sunroof, towing pkg. $9,000, 334-740-0525 Case # 322012CA000245CA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL Jackson Correctional Facility 2737 Penn Ave.
I :I[.IlJIII=1 DESCRIPTION: EASEMENT FOR INGRESS, JACKSON OUNTYND FLORIDA Marianna Fl.32446
EGRESS AND UTILITIES (NEWLY CREATED) CIVIL DIVISION BID OPENING:
COMMENCE AT A 4 INCH SQUARE CONCRETE CASE NO. 32-12-CA-000528 Bids will be opened and recorded by Purchas-
__M EL MBEing department of the Jackson County Board of
SMONUMENT STAMPED L.S. 1718 MARKING THE BANK OF AMERICA N.A. Commissioners located at 2864 MADISON
NORTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 36, TOWN- Plaintiff, STREET, Marianna, Florida 32448 on 04/17/14
SHIP 9 NORTH, RANGE 9 WEST OF JACKSON
.:Chevy 2013 Silverado LT 6,000k miles, 2 wh.dr., COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DE- CHARLES A CHEANEY; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
fully loaded, white, extended cab, $27,900 firm, GREES 55 MINUTES 15 SECONDS WEST, ALONG CHARLES A CHEANEY; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) Specifications and General Conditions may be
334-687-7702 THE WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 36 FOR IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; obtained from the Purchasing Department be-
d 1995 F150: 8ft bed, very good condition, AP.STAMPFED L 6041 I NG E ODUTH Defendants. tween the hours of 8:00 A.M. C.T. and 4:00 P.M.
s and rides great, pictures available, $2,800. WEST CORNER OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF C.T. Monday through Friday. Information or
850-526-2964 or 850-557-2523 THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SASECTION36 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Inquiries may be made by contacting Stan
2001 F150 Supercrew Lariat: 4 door, SAID POINT BEING THE POINT OF BEGINNING; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Street, Marianna, Florida or voice phone 850-
utomatic, all power, black, runs great. THENCE DEPARTING SAID WEST SECTION LINE Judgment of Foreclosure dated, 2014, and en- 718-0005, or Fax 850-482-9682
30 OBO. Call 334-797-7420. RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 33 MINUTES 54 SEC- tered in Case No. 32-12-CA-000528, of the Cir-
san 2007 Frontier King Cab auto, AC, all ONDS EAST, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID cuit'Court of the 14th Judicial Circuit in and for IMPORTANT
pbwer, cruise, CD, bed liner, 79K miles, very NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 FOR JACKSON County, Florida. BANK OF AMERICA,
.god cond. $10,850. Blue book 334-347-8649 952.11 FEET TO.A 5/8 INCH IRON ROD AND CAP N.A. is Plaintiff and CHARLES A CHEANEY; UN- SUBMISSION DEADLINE: DATE: 04/16/14
Toyota STAMPED2010 Tacoma L. 6041 THENCE DEPARTING SAID KNOWN PERSON(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE No later than TIME: 2:00pm C.T.
SToyota 010 Tacoma SOUTH LINE, RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 49 MI- SUBJECT PROPERTY; are defendants. I will sell
R5 White, 2 wheel NUTES 47 SECONDS EAST FOR 30.00 FEET; 54 to the highest and best bidder for cash at THE Bids SHALL be submitted in a sealed envelope
V^ ::: I drive, 4 door V6, tow THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 33 MINUTES 54 NORTH DOOR, AT 4445 LAFAYETTE STREET, marked:
package, new Michelin SECONDS WEST FOR 952.06 FEET TO THE MARIANNA IN JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
'n46M,0 mil tires, Excellent condi- AFORESAID WEST LINE OF SECTION 36; 32446, at 11:00 A.M., on the 8th day of May, SEALED BID and identified by the NAME OF THE
tion. 46,000 miles. $22,800. Call 334-693-4987 or THENCE RUN SOUTH 00,DEGREES 55 MINUTES 2014, the following described property as set FIRM, NAME AND NUMBER OF THE BID, ALONG
L,,796-5919 15 SECONDS WEST,ALONG THE SAID WEST forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: WITH THE DATE AND TIME OF OPENING.
.;iility Trailer enclosed 7ft. wide, 7 ft. tall ING. SAID PAR0 CE O TBEING USED FOR A IN- LOTS 15 AND 16, BLOCK 0, IN THE TOWN OF
11 ft. long, with 4 ft. drop ramp, good for GRESS, EGRESS AND TILITIES EASEMENT COTTONDALE, FLORIDA, AND BEING PART OF A complete copy of the bid packet may be ac-
torcycles or lawn service $1,800. SSAID, EGRMENTS AND UTILITIES EASEMENT; THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTH- quired through the Jackson County Purchasing
torcyces or awn service $1,800.-579-5174. SAID EASEMENT IS RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RE- WEST QUARTER OF SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 5 WEB site: www.jacksoncountyfl.us. Click on
850579-5174. CORDS BOOK 213, PAGE 36, OF THE PUBLIC NORTH, RANGE 11 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, the Purchasing Department site then Click on
T AU TOS RECORDS OF JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA. FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH 1994 BREEZE MO- "Current Bids and RFP's" to obtain a copy.
TBILE HOME WITH VIN#'S 11425292A AND
TOGETHER WITH A 2007 CAVALIER MODULAR
1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF HOME 11425292B List of bidders and awards (if any) shall be an-
YOUR TOWING NEEDS! SER# CV7AL270885A/B-M A person claiming an interest in the surplus noued at County meetins nJacks dou
i i MODEL #08E5333M from the sale, if any, other than the property will be made to the best bidder, but the right is
A person claiming an interest in the surplus owner as of the date of the lis pendens must reserved to reject any or all bids.
AUTO BODY& RECYCLNG from the sale, ifming any, otheres tha in the property file a claim within 60 days after the sale.
PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR JUNKCARS from the sale, if any, other than the property Dale Rabon Guthrie
Contact Joason Harger at 334-791-2624 wner as of the date of the lis pendens must Dated this 11th day of March, 2014. CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Contact Jason Haerat334-79file a claim witb 60 days after the sale. ALERABONGUT E

Dated this 21st, day of March, 2014. As Clerk of said Court Board of County Commissioners
CALL FOR TOP PRICE DALE RABON GUTHRIE By Tammy Bailey By: Chuck Lockey
v r SAs Clerk of said Court A putlr
FOR JUNK VEHICLES As Deputy ClerLF160441
SBy Tammy Bailey This Notice is provided pursuant to Administra-
I ALSO SELL USED PARTS As Deputy Clerk tive Order No. 2.065. In accordance with the CITATION BY PUBLICATION
24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664 wAmericans with the Disabilities Act, If you are This Notice is provided pursuant to Administra- person with a disability who needs any accom- TO: Heirs of SHIRLEY DAVIDSON, Deceased
tive Order No. 2.065. In accordance with the modation in order to participate in this pro- Heirs of CEYLON HARVEY, Deceased
Americans with the Disabilities Act, If you are a ceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to Heirs of JOYCE HAND, Deceased Heirs of
S C person with a disability who needs any accom- the provision of certain assistance. Please DONALD HARVEY, Deceased
Sell us your semi OR Junk car. modation in order to participate in this pro- contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at P.O. Heirs of MERWENE C. HARVEY MANN,
S Truck, sems, semi trailers and ceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to Box 1089, Panama City, Florida 32402 or by Deceased Heirs of PATRICIA HARVEY
farm equipment the provision of certain assistance. Please phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days GARRISON, Deceased
FREE Pick Up 7 days a week contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at P.O. before your scheduled court appearance, or
B oxs P9k -a7nam- 334 ama City, Florida 32402 or by immediately upon receiving this notification if GREETINGS:
1 days a week 7am 8pmn 334-200-6487. phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days the time before the scheduled appearance is
Title or no Title u to what the law allows, before your scheduled court appearance, or less than seven (7) days. If you are hearing im- YOU (AND EACH OF YOU) ARE HEREBY COM-
immediately upon receiving this notification if paired, please call 711. MANDED to appear before the Probate Court of
S...............rn .... =m.... the time before the scheduled appearance is Submitted by: El Paso County, Texas, at the Courthouse.
Got a Clunker less than seven (7) days. If you are hearing im- thereof, by filing a written answer at or before
We'll be your Junker! paired, please call 711. Kahane & Associates, P.A. 10:00 o'clock A.M. on the first Monday next af-
8201 Peters Road, Ste.3000 ter the expiration of ten days from the date of
We buy wrecked cars Submitted by: .Plantation, FL 33324 the issuance of this citation, same being the
and Farm Equip. at a Kahane & Associates, P.A. Telephone: (954) 382-3486 21st day of April, 2014 to Petition filed in said
S fair and honest price! 8201 Peters Road, Ste.3000 Telefacsimile: (954) 382-5380 Court on the 19th day of March, 2014 in Cause
$250 & Com lete Cars Plantation, FL 33324 Designated service email: notice@kahaneanda No. 88-P62104 on the docket of said court and
CALL 33. 7 4-6 Telephone. (954) 382-3486- Telefacsimile: (954) ssociates.com styled Merwin Ralph Harvey, Deceased
SCALL334-714-6285 382-5380 File No. 12-02510 BOA
,....,..,...,...,.... J Designated service email: notice@kahaneand A brief statement of the nature of this suit is as
associates.com LF160434 follows, to-wit: Application for Appointment of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL Recever.
LF160433 CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR If this citation is not served within ten days af-
JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA ter the date of its issuance, it shall be returned
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH CIVIL DIVISION unserved.
;lJUDICIAL CIRCUIT CASE NO. 13000630CAAXMX unv.
IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA The officer executing this writ shall promptly
CIVIL ACTION DIVISION FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION serve the same according to requirements of
CASE NO.: 322013000490CAAXMX Plaintiff, law, and the mandates hereof, and made due
vs. return as the law directs.
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC, TERESA M. TAYLOR; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF return as the law directs.
LU160436 Plaintiff, TERESA M. TAYLOR; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN WITNESS, DELIA BRIONES, Clerk, El Paso
vs. POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; County, Texas.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL CYNTHIA WILLIAMS, et al, Defendants.
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Defendant(s). Issued and given under my hand and seal of
JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE said Court at El Paso, Texas, on this 2nd day
S CAECIVIL DIVISION NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 id Court Apri El Paso, Texas, on this 2nd day2014.
CASE NO. 322012CA000245CA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final
r NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated January 28, Delia Briones
;OF AMERICA, N.A., SUCCESSOR BY Judgment of Foreclosure dated January 13, 2014, and entered in Case No. Clerk of the Probate Court Probate Court 1
ER TO BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP 2014, and entered in Case No. 13000630CAAXMX, of the Circuit Court of the El Paso County, Texas
FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, 322013000490CAAXMX of the Circuit Court of 14th Judicial Circuit in and for JACKSON Coun- By: Renee Elise Carreon
LP the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Jack- ty, Florida. FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE Deputy
Plaintiff, son County, Florida in which Nationstar Mort- ASSOCIATION is Plaintiff and TERESA M. TAY-
vs. gage LLC, is the Plaintiff and Cynthia Williams LOR; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF TERESA M. TAY- LF160437
.DMUND GARRETT; BONNIE GARRETT; TINA also known as Cynthia M. Williams, Gregory LOR; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN POSSESSION
BRIE WHITE; STATE OF FLORIDA DEPART- Williams, are defendants, the Jackson County OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; are defendants. PUBLIC NOTICE OF CLOSURE
l T OF REVENUE; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell to the highest I will sell to the highest and best bidder for
BESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; and best bidder for cash in/on at the North cash AT THE NORTH DOOR, AT 4445 LAFAYETTE The Housecall Home Health, LLC d/b/a
fldants. Door of the Jackson County Courthouse, 4445 STREET, MARIANNA IN JACKSON COUNTY, Amedisys Home Health home health agency
Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL32446, Jackson FLORIDA 32446, at 11:00 A.M., on the 8th day of located at 2944 Pennsylvania Avenue Suite A
' ^-*,' NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE County, Florida at 11:00AM CST/12:00PM EST May, 2014, the following described property as. Marianna, Florida 32448, announces its closure
*,.;" .:on the 17th day of April 2014, the following de- set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: and will no longer participate in the Medicare
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final scribed property as set forth in said Final Judg- LOT 5, BLOCK 2, OF THE DAFFIN ADDITION TO program. (Title XVIII of the Social Security Act)
Judgment of Foreclosure dated March 31, 2014, ment of Foreclosure: MARIANNA, FLORIDA ACCORDING TO THE PLAT effective April 30, 2014.
and entered in Case No. 322012CA000245CA, of THEREOF ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK
y ithe Circuit Court of the 14th Judicial Circuit in COMMENCING AT THE NW CORNER OF THE SE OF CIRCUIT COURT OF JACKSON COUNTY, The agreement between Amedisys and the
S,.)1 for JACKSON County, Florida. BANK OF 1/4 OF THE NW 1/4, SECTION 25, AND RUNNING FLORIDA. Secretary of Health and Human Services has
- ERICA, N.A., SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO THENCE SOUTH 87 DEGREES 59 MINUTES 35 A person claiming an interest in the surplus terminated on April 30, 2014 in accordance
g iKOIME LOANS SERVICING, LP FKA COUN- SECONDS E A DISTANCE OF 1150.89 FEET; from the sale, if any, other than the property with the provisions of the Social Security Act.
frliDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP is Plain- THENCE S 44 DEGREES 53 MINUTES 58 SEC- owner as of the date of the lis pendens must
land EDMUND GARRETT; BONNIE GARRETT; ONDS E ALONG THE SOUTHWESTERLY RIGHT file a claim within 60 days after the sale. No payment for patients whose plan of care
A MARIE WHITE; STATE OF FLORIDA DE- OF WAY OF FLORIDA STATE ROAD NO. 169, A that began on or after the date of closure will
IRTMENT OF REVENUE and UNKNOWN DISTANCE OF 100.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- Dated this 30th day of January, 2014. be made by the Medicare program. For pa-
.PRSON(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT GINNING; THENCE CONTINUING S 44 DEGREES DALE RABON GUTHRIE tients whose plans of care begin prior to the
OPERTY, are defendants. I will sell to the 53 MINUTES 58 SECONDS E, ALONG THE As Clerk of said Court closure effective date, payment to the agency
S hest and best bidder for cash AT THE SOUTHWESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF SAID ByTammy Bailey can be made for services furnished up to 30
,'RTH DOOR, AT 4445 LAFAYETTE STREET, ROAD A DISTANCE OF 207.38 FEET; THENCE N As Deputy Clerk days following the effective date of closure.
RIANNA IN JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA 87 DEGREES 59 MINUTES 35 SECONDS W,
6, at 11:00 A.M., on the 22nd day of May, ALONG THE NORTHERLY LINE OF A 60 FOOT This Notice is provided pursuant to Administra- We would like to like our staff, physicans and
4, the following described property as set DIRT ROAD, A DISTANCE OF 324.46 FEET; tive Order No. 2.065. In accordance with the community for their and trust and support.
h in said Final Judgment, to wit: THENCE N 52 DEGREES 42 MINUTES E A DIS- Americans with the Disabilities Act, If you are a
: TANCE OF 223.62 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- person with a disability who needs any accom- Cami Oravetz
;SCRIPTION: PARCEL "A" (NEWLY CREATED) GINNING. SAID PROPERTY LYING IN THESE 1/4 modation in order to participate in this pro- Amedisys, Inc L
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110B WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 2014 SPOIrS JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN + www.jcfloridan.com


Briefs 8U Travel Baseball College Iboba
For information about I -
FromPagelB joining an 8U travel base- M u cmfortable Missou QB
Cldpobtbaf ball team, contact Matt M comnfortable as ivussouri QB
Chilpola Softball Jones at 850-693-4284.
The Lady Indians will The Associated Press on the field," Boehm said.
host a doubleheader with Marianna Booster "You don't see a change.
Northwest Florida State on Club Golf Tournament COLUMBIA, Mo. He's a stone-face on the
Thursday at 4 p.m. and 6 The Marianna Booster Walking to practice one field, but at the same time,
p.m. before going on the Club Mahoaa ootor daythis spring, MatyMauk he loves to have fun."
road Saturday for games Club will hold a golf tour- let his mind wander. While Printz and Hosick
against Pensacola State at nament April 26 at Caverns The Missouri quarter- both redshirted in 2013,
1 p.m. and 3 p.m. GolfCoursewith an 8 a.m. back thought about the Berkstresser holds as
shotgun start featuring a "little things" that have many career starts (four)
Maanna Baseball three-game scramble for-
SBasball mat and prizes for top three changed in the first few as Mauk. A 6-foot-3, 225-
SkillS Camp finishers and closest to the practices of his second pound native of Lee's
There will be a baseball pin and longest drive, season playing with the Summit, Berkstresser
skills camp at the Marianna Cost is $65 per player Tigpass befores, such a receiver cuts es for 1,059 yards and five
High School baseball field with hamburger and pass bhefore a receiver cuts es fo r 1You ju s at fiv
HighSchoolbaseballfield with hamburger and across the field, rather touchdowns in 10 games
Saturday from9 a.m. to 2 hotdog lunch provided. than after. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS in 2012.
p.m. with a $35 cost to at- For more informaton,850- The speed of the game In this Jan. 3, 2014 file photo, Missouri quarterback Maty He failed to complete his
tni rcontact Rex Torbett at 850- naThe of thegoh, In dia n 20e fle
tend, with lunch provided. went way down for me and Mauk (7) rolls back to passagainst Oklahoma State duringthe onlypass attempt lastyear,
Campers will receive a tee 5-2 o ran Larry now Ican just go out there second half of the Cotton Bowl NCAA college football game in sitting out most of the sea-
shirt and get free admis- McKeithan at Caverns Golf and be me," Mauk said. Arlington, Texas. son recovering from a torn
sion to the varsity game at 2 Course at 850-482-4257. Even if he wasn't quite medial meniscus tear in
p.m. and be allowed to runi himself last fall, Mauk im- going to bust my butt ev- "There's afewthings that his left knee. Berkstresser
out with the team for the Wild Game Dinner pressed nearly everyone ery second of every day we didn't do with Maty said the injury no longer
NationalAnthem. The First Jackson County during his freshman sea- until I am at the top. I'm that we did with James," bothers him, and that he's
For more information, FootballWild Game Din- son. He started four games going to compete every Henson said. "I think now, ready for whatever role
contact Rex Torbett at ner will be held May 24 and played in parts of oth- day. I'm going to bring 110 he's really comfortable the coaches give him.
850-573-0247. following the 4 p.m. spring ers, helping Missouri fin- percent so everybody's got with everything. He's go- "You just look at Corbin
football jamboree at Bull- ish 12-2 and capture the to be ready." ing to pick stuff up, and I and he's the kind of guy
Florida Panhandle dog Stadium in Marianna SEC East. Offensive coordinator think our offense will grow that you'd like for your son
Seminole Club Golf featuring the Cottondale The 6-foot, 200-pound Josh Henson says coaches with him if he is indeed to be," Henson said.
Tournament Hornets, Sneads Pirates, native of Kenton, Ohio, dialed down the playbook the guy." Printz arrived at Mis-
Graceville Tigers, and the now sits atop the depth last year for Mauk, who Mauk has grown off the souri from Marietta, Ga..
The Florida Panhandle Marianna Bulldogs. chart, though coach Gary completed 51.1 percent of field, too, at least in terms Hosick won state titles in
Seminole Club will hold a The dinner will start Pinkel has not named him his passes for 1,071 yards of facial hair. He cur- high school for both foot-
scholarship golf tourna- at 6:30 p.m. with deer, the starter over junior and 11 touchdowns in re- rently sports a red beard ball and wrestling growing
ment at Indian Springs alligator, fish, bison, goat, Corbin Berkstresser and lief of James Franklin. after consulting with cen- up in Kansas City, Mo.
Golf Club on Saturdaywith and several other game. freshmen Eddie Printz Mauk completed 14 of ter Evan Boehm about Both players are about
a 1 p.m. shotgun start. A $10 donation will get and Trent Hosick. If Pin- 23 passes for 164 yards whether various members 6-foot-1, 220 pounds,
Cost is $65 per person you dinner and live music kel is hoping to motivate and a touchdown in last of the offense should grow with Hosick standing out
that includes cart, green by several individuals Mauk, he appears to be Saturday's scrimmage, but mullets and beards. in practice for consis-
fees, prizes, and meal. representing many area accomplishing his goal. left frustrated because of a "He knows when he tently running the quick-
For more information, bands. There will also be "I'm approaching it like sackresultingfromwaiting messes up on the field and est across the field during
call (850) 209-1326 or (850) kids' games, door prizes, I'm No. 5," Mauk said. "I'm too long to throw a pass. he knows when he did well warm-ups.
482-5526 or go to www. and a silent auction.This
panhandleseminoles.com is a fundraiser for all of the s LOOKING FOR MORE NEWS? VISIT
or visit Panhandle Semi- teams playing and team l inch scored three runs.
nole Club on Facebook. members are selling the C inc Danny Blanco had two WWW.JCFLORIDAN.COM
Proceeds provide donation tickets. From Pa 1B hits to lead the Raiders,
scholarships to students For more information, ge who fell to 23-14 overall 1 I
attending Florida State contact Jason Mayo at Merrigan finishing and 5-7 in conference. PORTABLE E C P & RA
University. 850-573-0900 or Mark 2-for-5 with two runs Chipola will return to SMO BILE HOME & U
Beach at 386-854-0330. and three RBI, and Jason action today with a 5 SKI R t tlN OG .U m
Sierra and Cody Lanford p.m. game against Gulf WE m 0 IBUIDIN
each providing two hits. Coast State in Panama
anymore at this point. Mars walked twice and City.
We shouldn't be doing 4633 HWY 90 1o' AST
stuff we did the first week Cl sIIiMc BRW SNE
From Page lB of fall practice. Then it seventh with a mark of 41
comes down to trying feet, 8.5 inches, and Pitt-
Northwest Florida State to simulate something From Page 1B man ninth at 41 feet, 3.5
swept the first series we can't, which is game inches.
with Chipola on March nerves. Grey Basford took fifth Pittman also took sixth
15 in Niceville, winning "We're doing some com- for Sneads in the high in the discus throw with a
by scores of 6-3 and 8- petitive stuff in the cages jump with a leap of 5 feet, mark of 128 feet, 2 inches,
5, with the Lady Indians and on the field, but we 10 inches, while Jacore and the Pirates' 4x400 re-
winning the first game of can't simulate the nerves Irving gave the Pirates an- lay team placed third with
the second doubleheader of the game. That's some- other top five finisher in a time of 3:27.05.
in Marianna 6-5 before thing theyhave to come up the long jump with a mark Sabrina Rizo had the
dropping the second. with from within, some- of 20 feet, 1 inch. best finish for a Sneads
All four of the games thing they've got to over. Irving also took 17 in girl, taking 11th in the tri-
have been close at the come themselves. We're the 300 meterhurdleswith ple'jump with a niark of
end, with Hendrix attrib- not there right now, but a time of 45.54 seconds. 26 feet, 9.5 inches, with
uting the Lady Raiders' this extra round of games Erick McWhite took a Chasity McGriff placing Chipola ShowChoir presents
winning three of the four should help us out." top 10 spot for Sneads 15h in the long jump at 14
in part to their experience The games Thursday will in the 200 meters, plac- feet.
advantage, feature two ofarguablythe ing eighth with a time of The Sneads girls' 4x400
"I don't think they're top three candidates for 22.89 seconds, while Kyle relay team also took 10h
physically better than we Conference Player of the Commodore and Gavin out of 12 teams with a
are, but I think mentally, Year in Northwest Florida Pittman each finished in time of 4:44.81, while the
they're sophomore-load- State's Hannah Day and the top 10 in the shot put, 4x100 group was eighth at
ed and they're just win- Chipola's Katie Harrison, with Commodore taking 54.75 seconds.
ning games," he said. "We who is closing in on the
just coildn't get the big school-record for home
hits or make the big plays runs in a season. *- ples leading the way go-
against them and that's a The sophomore Harri- pfen m ing 2-for-2 with Griffin
matter of maturity." son has 18 homers on the r adding a walk, followed
Chipola played its last season, which puts her From Page lB by Torbett and Ethan
doubleheader against Tal- just one off of the record Jones with single hits.
lahassee with eight fresh- of 19 set by Andrea Sulli- Leading Rotary at the Ben Wiggins drew two
men and only two sopho- van in 2011. plate was Pittman, who walks and reached hnd
mores, though Hendrix She's also batting .436 was 2-for-2 with a walk scored on an error.
said that at this point in with 72 RBI and an as- and run scored,followed Both teams were sched- o
the season, inexperience tonishing .907 slugging by Beach, who had the uled to be back in action Featuring Chipola College Show Choir& Special Guests
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