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Jackson County Floridan

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

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

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

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

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Marianna woman claims top prize
Syield ne $400 The first "Lucky for Life"-themed a year for life top prizes was introduced.
Lm p-SUnl payout yields nearly $400,000 scratch-off game was introduced 17years Throughout the years the "LIFE" family
Sago with the launch of "Win For Life," a has become one of the Lottery's best-sell-
Special to the Floridan Lottery headquarters in Talahassee. $2 game. The Lottery says it performed ing families of Scratch-offgames.
Spires chose to receive her winnings so well that it was reintroduced in 1999 Scratch-off games comprise approxi-
TheFloridaLotteryannouncesthatLora in a one-time, lump-sum payment of and 2000. In 2004, the $10 game "Set for mately 60 percent of Florida Lottery
Spires, 41, of Marianna, claimed a top $398,811.03. She purchased her winning Life" was launched, offering $5,000 a year ticket sales and generate more than $575
prize of $500 a week for life in the "$500 a ticket at The Avenue Food Store, located for life for top prizes. Later, the first $20 million for the Educational Enhancement
Weekf6rLife" scratch-off game, at Florida at 4195 Lafayette St. in Marianna. "Lucky for Life" ticket offering $100,000 Trust Fund in fiscal year 2012-13.




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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
Jackson County has agreed to
settle the lawsuit it brought against
Paul Donofro Jr. and his company,
Donofro and Associates, in relation
to issues about the Emrgency Op-
Serations Center that' the firm de-
signed and which was built a fe
years ago. t
E W EBUKL LD AlDonofro'will -pay the county
Kim Bell(rightytakes notes as"Ishe' Carol Carley(left) ad othrs I stenp a $68,457 to settle all th& issues.
in the Jackson County Agriculture complex on Penh Avenue. That's substantially less than it cost
the county to :address the prob-
S" DEBORAH BUCKHALTER 2`lem. According to county records,
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com See LAST ge A
C1rafters, growers and
foodies filled the Jackson
CountyAgriculture center F
Tuesday as the county extension 'r ea across
service put on a 4.5-hour Farm-
ers Market University seminar.
Meant to help them with tips F O' s
on to establish or grow their
businesses as they delve into
s a lthis weekend
farmers' market venues, the th ke d
seminar was free and offered a
wide variety of assistance. Con- BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
gressman Steve Southerland had dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
sent a video encouraging these Sunny skies are projected this
types of entrepreneurs, and the Friday and Saturday, good news for
seminar got underway shortly KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN people who plan to buy or sell dur-
after its viewing. ing the big "Flea Across Florida"
Some of the information was CLOCKWISE: Chad Gainey talks to some visitors yard sale event that stretches from
shared with all in the main about his chain saw carving work; Charlotte Pensacola to points well beyond
conference room, while topics iHunter workson a quilt she designed herself at the Tallahassee.
of narrower interest were offered Farmers Market University seminar; (at left) gourds, You don't have
oin smnllsider irms inwbereakou owalking canes; fused-glass pieces, pencils and other sign up to take a ato.
in small side rooms inbreakout materials fashioned from natural wood were among some sellers do for the adrting
See FMUPage 9A PHOTOS BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTERlFLORIDAN rafts itemson display.
See FLEA, Page 9A

Woman charged SUPPORTING SPECIAL OLYMPICS
gIT hese three Apalachee
thgrand heftCorrectioalInsti-
Srution employees,
Megan Clark, left, Amber
Cellphonese ice shel i McDowell and Lisa Godwin,
pOut coUit her phone were lagging behind the
store phartn cyu : upw:hilpickineg apack as they and a several
Sup medicine at of their co-workers par-
BAG(O the store phar-
BYoANGIE COOKrn macy a dre- ticipated in Wednesday's
cook@lcforian.com Hedrick alized she had worldwide Law Enforce-
A Marianna woman is fac- left the phone ment rch Run to support
ing a charge of grand theft there before leaving the
after she allegedly stole a fel- store. When she returned to all the athletes participat-
low customer's cell phone at the couter, the phone was ing in the Special Olympics
a local pharmacy. a gon.l a S games. With a police escort,
On March 12, a female :A Jackson County Sheriffs
victim reported that her deputy: reviewed the store's the ACI team ran through
cellphone was stolen at the surveillance tape on March the city limits of Sneads on
Marianna Walmart, court
documents say. She told po- See THEFT, Page 9A D EBORAHBUCKHALTER/~LORIDAN US. 90.
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JACKSON COUNTY Communln ity Calendar

FL O R ID A N TODAY completed; signed and returned to school in order dunk booth, fire truck exhibit, cake walk and face
)F Make Mitigation Happen Workshop- 9-11 a.m. for studentsto be able to receiven. painting. There will be entertainment by Nash-
Publisher Valeria Roberts at the Jackson County Agricultural Extension Facil- Flea Across Florida yard sale-7 a.m. Ascension ville recording artists 'The Springs," Josh Cobb,
vroberts@jcfloridan.com ity, 2741 Penn Ave., Marianna. Local homeowners Lutheran Church, 3975 U. S. 90, Marianna. For more Graceville High Choiesand many mowre.iFoi more
invited to free disaster preparedness event hosted information, call 482-4691. information, call 2633i01 or263-65 P tr visin
Circulation Manager- en Oberski by Jackson County Emergency Management. Visit Chattahoochee Main Street Flea Across Flori wtetmfestivalcm
doberski@jcfloridan.com www.BeReadyFborida.org to register. da .S. 90 yard sale -- 8 a.m.(EST)io 5 p.m.(EST) Second annual "Maa eGot Shoes" Lin
CONACT US St.iAnn ie Thrift Store 9 a.m. to p.m. St. at Johnny Johnson Pavilion on the s corner of U.S. 90 Dance Contest -10 a.m.to noon at Mariannfa-
Ofe H Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., Marianna. and Main Street. There will be p several vendo rs and Middle School gym. Sponsored bt The Spirit of
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Call 482-3734 a food wagon slling hamburgers, hot dogs philly Keston a team of family and friends of the late
FAX: 850-482-4478 Free tax preparation and e-fling -9m. to 2 cheesesteaks chips and drinks If you would like a LaDary "Keston" Gilbert Registration for partici-
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com p.m. Jackson County Agriculture Office, 2741 Penn vendor spot, contact Chattahoochee Main Street at pantsis $15 per person. Admission is a pair of baby
Street Address: Ave., Marianna. Volunteer tax counselors trained 663-2323 or chattrevproject@hotmail.com: booties or shoes. The team will participate in the
S Voltdeb i r ounors tao in annual March for Babies in Panama City on April
4403 Constitution Lane in basic income tax return preparation to 2nswer Biding walks 9a.m. Florida Caverns State 26. Baby booties and shoes will be donated to Gulf
Marianna, FL32448 questions, give tax assistance and counselig to low Park starting at the Blue Hole swiming area to Coast Hospital's Neonatal Unit. For more informa-
Office Hours: and middle income range families especially those observe the birds of the park. Bring binoculars and tion, call Rev. Linda Ellis at 209-3701 orJessica
day, and 7 a.m. o d. older than 60. Be sure to bring 2013 income docu- comfortable shoes andenoythe walk with volun- Davisat 209-5664 .





Jackson County Floridan(USPS 271-840) ,Introduction to machine sewing -12:3054 Church on Clinton Street in Marianna. Sponsored a Missions at the Airport2-10 a.m.at Tri-County
WeekdaySUBSCRIPTI. to 5 p. ments, photo identification and checkbook to verify teers Elliott and Lesley Smith Eand CSO Mark and
direct deposit/debit information. For more informa- Linda Hebb. It will last about an hour. )t Alford Community Health Colinic Hours 10
a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in
MISS YOUR PAPER? tion, call Bob at 718-7919 or Sandra at 272-4182. ) Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients
You should receive your newspapr no later Chipola Civic Club meeting- Noon at The Oaks County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and without medical insurance treats short-term
than 6a.m. If it does hot arrive, call Circula- Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. TheCCC's focus experienced handcrafters elcome to create,share, illnesses a nd chronic conditions. Appointments
tion between 6 am. and noon, Tuesday toks is the local community, "ommunity, Children & learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins
Friday, and 7a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The Character: Call 526-3142. )i Chess Club 6 -8 p.m. First United Methodist Welcome. Sign in before 11 a.m.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Introduction to machine sewing 12:30-4 : Church on Clinton i Street inMarianna. Sponsored Missionst at the Airport -10 a.m.at Tri-ounty
is published Tuesday through Friday and p.m. Panhandle Pioneer Settlement in Blountstown by Marianna Optimist Club for students ages eight Airport, Bonifay. This fascinating opportunity for
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid with a secondclass running 5:50-9 p.m. Sandy Voss to 18 years in Jackson County. All students and the entire family will show how aviation, computing,
at iarianna. FL. will be the instructor. The cost is $30. Students r their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels modern media methods and.other technologies
pmust have their own machine and sewing notions. including beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473. your ln chairs, lch banskets and ejo
SUBSCRIPTION RATES For more information and to registercall Diane Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship' endeavors all around the world. The public will be
Watson at 674-2777 or email her at ppsmuseum@ Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult invited to ride in a JAARS airplane or helicopter fora
Home delivery $11.23 per month; $32.83 yahoo.com wand teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and rpr n al ee and watch a short take-off and landing He-
for three months; $62.05 for six months; Employability Workshop "Coping with Unem- hang-ups"' Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call lio Courier airplane demonstration. Refreshments
and $12for wi one year.All prices include ployment" 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. 209-7856,f573-1131. r will be availaCble. For more information on Missions
applicablestate and local taxes. Mail Workshop is facilitated by a certified motivational Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting 8-9 @ the Airport, call 800-3282660, ext 460 or visit
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail career coach. Workshop is free of charge and open p.m. inthe AA room of First United Methodist the website at www.baptistcollege.edu.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; to the public. Visit EmployFlorida.com to register for Church, 2901 Chaledonia St. .in 9 Marianna. 7th annual Sewell/Ray/Trhompson Family
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 fr one this informative workshop. Reunion 10 a.m. at Camp Head Church just off
year. Jackson County School Board Workshop 4 SATURDAY, APRIL 12 274 on Camp Head Church Road. Come and bring
p.m. at 2903 Jefferson St., Marianna. Open to the your lawn chairs, lunch baskets and enjoy the fel-
All subscriptions to the Jackson County public. The agenda caln be iewed throughthe Cttontail 5K 7 a.m. registration, 8 a.m. race lowship.
Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving district website www.jcsb.org at Cotondale Recreational Park spsoredby Ct- S4 p.m.
t ytondale High School cross country. $25 per person Free Money Smart Classch 2-4 p.m. backson
Dayfor which there s a dpremium charge Grief Support Group 5t30-7 p.m. Covenant entry fee. nyone interested, call Somer Barrick at County Public Library. "Cheok it Out" is the first in





newspaper will not knowingly accept or limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; shoes, etc., for sale. The Ministry Center thrift store dressed as women. Admission is $4 for adults and
Hospice, 4215 Kelson Ave., Suite E, Marianna. A 482-9821 ext. 262. a series of classes on basic financial topics. This
ADVERTISING workshop for those who have Suffered the loss of a first class is for those with or considering opening
loved one orwould liketo learn howpreferenceto help those Flea across to helporida yard sale 7a.m. Ascen- a checking account, anyone with an ATM/and or
The advertiser agrees that the publisher that are grieving. Free and open to public. Registra-. sion Lutheran Church 3975 U. S. 90, Marianna. For debit card, those with electronic/internet access
shall not be liable for damages arising tiono be gister, call Rileyx Henderson at more information, call There will to their bank accounts or those who are4simply
out of errors and advertisements beyond 482-8520 or 88Schoo817-2191. Boy ScoutTroop 3 registryard sale 8- 7 a.m. Wynn p.minterested in learning basic financial facts. Future
the amount paid for the space actually D Jackson County Branch of the NAACP month- Street Park basketball courts. A wide variety of classes will include topics on bank services, credit,
occupiedby that portion of the advertise- ly meeting- 6 p~m. St. James AME Church. household items, clothes, collectibles and much saving, money safety, effects of credit history, loans,
men HOWTOGETYOUR have letters (which were sent home by the school) H morseshoe. All proceed will be used to helpthe scouts home ownership and how to recover financially
r Town of Grand Ridge monthly council meeting attend summer camp and with ongoing scouting after a financial set-back. For more information and
such error is due to the negligence of the 6 p.m. at Grand Ridge Town Hall. Public invited, expenses. Call Troop 3 leader Estelle Whiddon at to preregister, call Ann at 482-9631 or abryan@
pubhe Jackr's employees or otherwise, and For more information, call 5924621.email editorial@jcflridan.com, faxor more informationg item jacksConstituti oncountyfl.com.
thereshall be notliabilityfor non-inser- ews AloholicsAnonymous Closed discussion, Parking lot sale 8a.m. to noon at Chipola Bat N Rouge Softball Game 4 p.m. Sneads
tion of any advertisement beyond the 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- Family Ministry Center, 3004 Hwy. 71 North in I baseball field. SneadsHigh School senior boys and
amount paid for such advertisengment.This donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance arianna. There will be Easter decorations, clothing, dads will playschool and elected officials while
newspaper will not knowingly accept or limitedto persons with a desire to stop drinking; shoes, etc.,for sale. The Ministry Center thrift store dressed as women. Admission i $4 for30 adults and
publish illegal material of anykind. Advertis- papers will notbe signed epartment wil also be stopen this day from 9a.m. to noon. This $2 for kid R Sponsored by2210 Sneads High School
ing which expresses preference based on suspicioussale isto helpreplenish the food bank. ProjectGraduation. Concessions will be selling
legally protected personal characteristics is FRIDAY, APRIL11 neTwoToe Tom Festival -8onea.m. to 5:30 p.m. barbecue sandwiches, chips, drinks and popcon.
not acceptable. Floridan Tdap vaccine to be given to sixthgrade John W. Clark Park, Esto. There will be a Car and Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30-
student Hpe School. Free of charge: Must Truck Show. $15 registration per vehicle 8-of a.m; 5:30other p.m. in the AA rom of26,5036 First United Methodist
HOWrt an error, pleaseOUR call 526-have letters (wch were sent home by the school) agHorseshoe Tournament, $20 per team at 10 a.m.; Church, 2901Caledonia Stilure. in Marianna.
Monday-EWS PUBLISHED The submsson deadlinefor ths calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P Box 28 Marianna FL 32447,
The Jackson County Floridan willpublish nty email editorial@jcflridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring itemto 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your news or Community Calendar
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Feesport: Three accidents, one missing juvenile, followingpersons were booked into
anniversary and birth announcements. Marianna Police Department cal calls, three burglar alarms, one panic D Ed McKiny, 37,2053 Will Logan
anivrsa and bairthe annlouan cemens. alarm, two reports of shooting in the area, Road, Ozark, Ala., sentenced to 30 days.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. The Marianna Police Department listed our traffic stops, onl dung the larceny complaint, Ja Davd Robnson, 31,2210 East 9th St.,
Photographs must be of good quality and the following incidents for April 8, the lat- one criminal mischief PanamaCity, sentenced to 30 days.
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the est available report: One missing juvenile, complaint, on cii dis- Jacob Rogers, 30, 3136Yae Settle-
right to edit all submissions one suspicious incident, one escort, two Rowate, one fcourtaud complaint, ment a crimeoad, call CrimeStop, viopers at 526-5000 or a
verbal disturbances, one traffic stop, one eight property checks, probation.
IJ FLOPNB I RIDNC M larceny complaint, one animal complaint, DO). call -888-404-FWCC (3922
The Jackson County Floridan's policy two assists of other agencies, one property one assistrof a motorist )) JersniiiLong, 20, 106 Bailey Drive, Boni-
is to correct mistakes promptly. To damage report, one public service call, theft, one assistan oneA anette Codrtmaml 26, 5036 Fort
report an error, please call 526-3614 one welfare check and two home security agency; two public service calls, one crimi- Road, Greenwood, failure to appear.
Monday-Friday. checks. nal registration, two transports and three Nathan Pelt, 28, 4233 Roulhac St.,

Jackson County Sheiff's Office threat/harassment complaints. Marianna, resisting law enforcement of-
rficer without violence, violation of state
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and Jackson CouItty probation.
county fire/rescuereported the following oirectional Facility Trais BrIgt, 54, 2958 Madison St.,
incidents for April8, the latest available re- Marianna, driving under the influence.
port: Three accidents, one missingjtwenile, Thefollowingpersonswerebookedinto
one stolen vehicle, one abandoned vehicle, the countyjail during the latest reporting Jail Population: 15
one reckless driver, one suspicious vehicle, periods:
one suspicious incident, one suspicious ) Anthony Henderson, 33, 1954 Keene
Road, Clearwater, hold for court (hold for To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
IDANCOM person, one escort, one highway obstruc- DClocal law enforcement agency. To report a wildlife violation.
tion, two verbal disturbaniees, 21 medi- DOC). call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922.






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gJunior Shorthorn Association

announces new membership

Area youth becomes AJSA member vides services for more
than 6,000 junior and
Special to the Floridan Shorthorn Association. senior members who reg-
The mission of the ASA ister nearly 18,000 cattle
The American Junior is to provide quality ser- annually.
Shorthorn Association is vice and support to its The American Junior
DATE_, 3 -I proud to announce the re- members by promoting Shorthorn Association
C oveIrv0.na+ HosrjP $1.8 s 8b cent membership of Josh- the value of Shorthorn promotes personal devel-
ua Birge from Graceville. cattle in all aspects of the opment through youth
.O.. nehoua _t h_ DOUARS "The AJSA is a great or- beef industry, while main- activities and educational
S Dona/c .. \A/ F C ganization for youth in taining the integrity of the events. The AJSA is'dedi-
wo :noarMsWss 't the livestock industry to herd book and perfor- cated to the betterment
be involved with, giving mance database. of its members, promotes
them an opportunity to The ASA is headquar- valuable skills, and fosters
SUBMITTED PHOTO gain knowledge and lead- tered in Omaha, Neb., and friendships that will last a
From left are Jennifer Griffin, Terri Glass, Ashley Adkins and Catherine Reather. ership skills, while having was founded in 1872 with lifetime.
fun and making friends herd book records going To learn more, contact
C r i ut across the country," says back to 1822. As one of the theASAoffice orvisitwww.
rt union reSents Montie Soules, executive oldest American breed as- shorthorn.org or wwwju-
secretary for the American sociations, the ASA pro- niorshorthorn.com.

check to Covenant Hospice WEAPONS SPECIALIST
Specialtothe Floridan and teller with Wiregrass ones during times of life-
Federal Credit Union. "Half limiting illnesses. SP T PTIT
Wiregrass Federal Credit of the. fees collected are Covenant Hospice be-
Union recently presented donated to a local hospice lieves that by providing
Covenant Hospice with a organization. Covenant care, education, and sup-
donation of $1,860. The Hospice was the recipient port sensitive to the needs
donation proceeds were of this donation." of persons facing the end
collected from the De- Wiregrass Federal Credit of life, patients and theirs
cember Skip Pay offered to Union offered this dona- loved ones maybe able to
Wiregrass Federal Credit tion to Covenant Hospice obtain physical, mental,
Union Members. as a way of giving back to and spiritual preparation
'Any member with an el- the coinmunity and to pro- for the end of life, bereave-
igible loan with Wiregrass vide support for Covenant, ment and renewal. For
Federal Credit Union had which is a not-for-profit more information about
the option to skip their De- organization dedicated to Covenant Hospice or to
cember payment(s) for a providing comprehensive, make a hospice" inquiry,
$30 fee," said Leigh Ellen compassionate services to please call482-8520 orvisit
'Stone, member associate patients and their loved www.covenanthospice.org







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Soncealed Weapons Permit and Firearms Training Specialist
Quinton Hollis (center) was welcomed recently as the guest
Sspeaker at a meeting of the Marianna Optimist Club. Hollis
spoke to the gathering of men about the rules and regulations in-
SUBMITTED PHOTO volved in obtaining a concealed weapons permit and about proposed
Jessica Davis and the 2013 winners legislation regarding the use and display of handguns. According to
SHollis, the state of Florida began issuing concealed weapons permits
Dance contest set 5 atuy in 1987 and since then, the number of permit holders has grown to
more than one million. He says crimes of all types in Florida are at a
Special to the Floridan Registration for participants is $15 per 42-year low, which he believes is partly attributable to the fact that so
person. Admission is a pair of baby boo- many people in the state have chosen to arm themselves for person-
"The Spirit of Keston," a team of family ties or shoes. The team will participate in nel protection. Hollis says Florida is a "shall issue" as opposed to a
and friends of the late LaDray "Keston" the annual March for Babies in Panama a
Gilbert, invite the public to participate City on April 26. Baby booties andshoes ay issue" state, meaning if an applicant meets all the requirements
in the second annual "Mama I've Got will be donated to Gulf Coast Hospital's to have a permit, then the applicant shall be issued a permit. Hollis is
Shoes" Line Dance Contest on Saturday, neonatal unit. seen here with Optimist program chairman Jack Hollis (left) and club
Aprill2. 'For more information, call the Rev.
The event will be held at the Marianna Linda Ellis at 209-3701 or Jessica Davis at President George Gay.
Middle School gym from 10 a.m. to noon. 209-5664.
..' State

KIWANIS SPEAKERS
Lawyer: Fla. officer in

SJoe Gaythe drug case'a good cop' Phiip
Marianna
The Associated Press and conspiracy charges
Kiwanis Club on April in New Jersey.
3. Shown is Dr. Joe MIAMI- The attorney Prosecutors sayhe pro-
his ifeR sie for a South Florida po- vided protection, sensitive
Gay, his wife Rosie lice lieutenant charged law enforcement infor-
and Kiwanis Club vice in a New Jersey cocaine mation and security for
President Jerry Kanzer. conspiracy says his Dominican Republic drug
client has a stellar job dealers. IN STORE:
Dr. Gay spoke on how record. They say Mata even Ring Sizing, Watch
most senior citizens Miami-Dade police planned a hit on a ri- Repair, Custom Design,
will fall once a year, the Lt. Ralph Mata made val gang that was never Restoration
his first court appear- executed. Free Jewery Cleaning
main reasons for this ance Wednesday since Fleischer says he will Layawayn
and-how to correct the his arrest. Lawyer Bruce vigorously defend Mata L .yay
The special was Fleischer called Mata"a against the charges, which Est. 1971
cause. good cop" and said he carry a possible life prison aOtI I
well received. Mrs. Gay, will seek Mata's release sentence. I
assisted by operating on bail at a hearing Mata has been an officer
Monday. with the Miami-Dade 850.482.4037
a slide presentation of Mata is facing federal Police Department since .
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The Associated Press draws questions
WINTER PARK A car The Associated Press a car accident would
smashed into an Orlando- have to ask an injured
area day care Wednesday, TALLAHASSEE women about their sexual
killing a girl and injuring House Democrats raised history, and if a minor said
14 others, at least a dozen several questions about she was pregnant, would
of them children, authori- a 'bill that would al- they have to inform her
ties said. low separate criminal parents.
Florida Highway Patrol charges for the death of "That's not the way I in-
spokesman Wanda Diaz fetuses, no matter what terpretit," said Ahern, R-
said a girl died at Arnold stage of development Seminole, sayingthatpros-
Palmer Hospital for Chil- the crime is committed ecutors would later decide
dren, but she didn't have against the mother. if the lawwas violated.
any more information on The bill (HB 59) ex- "Unless there's some
her. pands current law, which criminal intent or some
One person at the hos- allows aseparatemurder actual malfeasance, those
pital was in critical con- or manslaughter charge are not things deter-
ition and five others for the death of a fetus mined at the scene of an
were in serious condition, if it is developed to the accident."
said spokeswoman Katie point where it could sur- House members were
Dagenais. vive outside the womb. only allowed to ask ques-
In all, 13 people were THEASSOCIATED PRES The bill would also tions about the bill. Debate
hospitalizedandtwochange the law to apply on it is expected Friday.
hospitalize atd two oth- A Florida state trooper (center) escorts a group of parents to a day care center to pickup their nge the law to apply on it is expected Friday.
ers were treated at the childre after a vehicle crashed into the center in Winter Park Wednesday. At least 15 people to injured fetuses. But the number of ques-
scene, said John Mulhall, a were injured, including children Democrats asked sev- tions indicates Democrats
spokesman for the Orange eral questions, including will oppose the bill.
County Fire Rescue.: ithad been left at a home. Corchado." were taken to five different whether someone could Similar bills have been
Several of the injured at Highway patrol said it is "Please keep a lookout hospitals. be criminall charged if filed and died nearly every
the KinderCare building in looking for 26-year-old and let us know if you see Late Wednesday after- they kicked a pregnant year since the law apply-
Winter Park were reported Robert Corchado.Troopers anything," said Orange -noon parents could be woman in the stomach ing to viable fetuses was
to be in "very, very serious said he was the driver of County Mayor Teresa Ja- seen waiting to pick up while playing soccer and passed in 2005. This year
condition," Diaz said. the Durango, but wouldn't cobs said. their children, and then the woman later had a it has gained more atten-
Diaz said the Toyota So- say how they established Jacobs called the crash clutching them in their miscarriage, tion because of the case of
lara convertible had gone that.Troopers said Corcha- an "absolute tragedynd arms as they were es- Rep. Mike Clelland, aTampa-areawoman who
out of control after it was do may be trying to leave disaster." corted to their vehicles by D-Lake Mary also asked had a miscarriage after her
struck by a Dodge Du- the area, and troopers and Local television footage authorities., bill sponsor Rep. Larry ex-boyfriend tricked her
rango, jumped a curb and deputies headed to Orlan- showed small children The day care's website Ahern if police and fire- into taking an abortion
smashed into the day care, do International Aiport to and infants in cribs taken says the center provides fighters responding to drug.
breaking through the wall look for him. outside on the day care's child care and learning
and into the building. That A man answered the playground and several of opportunities for children
driver was not hurt. phone for a number listed the injured were carried ages 6 weeks, to 12 years
The Durengo fled the to Corchado and hung out on stretchers. i old and hlas been in the
scene but was located al- up when he was asked, The highway patrol re- community,'for 'over 25
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In-state tuition bill moves on despite close vote

The Associated Press ability to look back at a lot in favor of the Senate bill out-of-state students.
of mistakes I've made," the earlier this year because it A Senate budget panel, '
TALLAHASSEE The 62-year-old Latvala said. would place limits on how however, made some sub- i
Republican-controlled "I just thank God my chil- much universities could stantial changes Wiednes-
Florida Legislature is mov- dren are not held respon- raise tuition rates. Scott's day. .One of the changes
ing ever closer to passing sible for all the mistakes I turnabout is a Nast change would rqiuir any student
a.contentious proposal have made." from the strong crack- seeking in-state tuition '
to allow qualified Florida The debate on in-state down on illegal immigra- rates to apply for citizen-
students to pay in-state tuition for certain students tion stance he took during ship to be eligible.
college tuition rates even who .entered the country his first run for governor in The Senate committee
if they are in the country illegally has been peren- 2010. also altered the tuition
illegally. nial in Tallahassee. Simi- The House has already limits so the University of
With concessions to win lar bills have passed the passed a version of the Florida and Florida State
over reluctant GOPlegisla- House and Senate, but legislation. The Senate bill University could still raise
tors, the measure scraped never in the same year. would offer the tuition tuition rates as much as 6
through another vote This election year it has break to anyone who had percent more a year with- :
Wednesday. A Senate pan- emerged as a top prior- attended a Florida high out legislative approval.
el voted 8-5 in favor of the ity for some Republicans, school for three years prior
bill as three Republicans including House Speaker to graduation. The in-state
joined with five Democrats Will Weatherford. tuition rate is roughly one-
to keep the bill alive. Gov. Rick Scott came out quarter of the rate paid by
Sen. Nancy Detert, R- ""
Venice, was among those
opposed to the legislation,
telling fellow legislators
that children brought tothe
country illegally already
get free public education *
through high school. She
said they don't deserve (he
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Malone makes it 6 straight with win
BY DUSTIN KENT over first base for the game-win- earned run on two hits, three district teams helping the Ti-
dkent@cforidanconing RBI single, walks, and five strikeouts in six gers clinch the No. 3 seed in the
The Malone Tigers made it "It was a good little high school innings, with Jacob Ladley also upcoming league tournament.
six wins in a row Tuesday night game," Malone coach Max starting for the Atomics and go- "Maybe we've got a little con-
at home by beating the Pop- Harkrider said. "Any time you ing six innings without getting fidence now going into the end
lar Springs Atomics 4-3 in 10 can win in 10 innings it's fun. We a decision, giving up three un- of the season," Harkrider said.
innings. hadn't done that since 2006, so it earned runs on no hits, seven "It took us a little while to get
Malone won despite blowing was fun to win in that style. I was walks, and eight strikeouts, started, but we're pitching bet-
a two-run lead in the seventh proud of them. We could've lost Blake Joiner took the loss for ter and starting to throw strikes
inning, as Poplar Springs rallied it a couple of times just as easy allowing one earned run in 3 2/3 and competing a little better.
with a pair of RBI hits following as we won it, but we battled and innings of relief. We've had a little better idea at
a walk and a hit batter to tie it up hung in there." Malone had just three hits on the plate lately, and that's all
3-3 and send the game to extra On top of scoring the game- the night, with Floyd going 1-for- about confidence and getting
innings, winning run, Orshall also picked 3 with an RBI, Antwain Johnson up there and not thinking too
But the Tigers finally ended it up the victory on the mound for 1-for-4 with a double, a stolen much and just putting the bat
in the bottom of the 10th when four innings of relief in which he base, and a run, and Cody Hen- on the ball."
Robert Orshall led off with a gave up one earned run on two son 1-for-5. Malone will wrap up its district
single, stole second base, moved hits and no walks with seven The win improved Malone to schedule Friday with a home KRISTI CLOUD/FLORIDAN
to third on a ground ball by Scott strikeouts. 9-6 on the season and 8-3 in Dis- game against the top-seeded Logan Smith (17) pitches for Malone
Stephens, and scored when Har- Logan Smith started the game trict 1 competition, with the run Paxton Bobcats, who have yet to on Tuesday night. Malone beat
rison Floyd flared an 0-2 pitch for the Tigers and gave up one of six straight wins all against lose a league game. Poplar Springs 4-3.



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SBY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
After earning big wins over Mari-
S1anna and Blountstown last week,
the Sneads Pirates were brought
back down to Earth on Tuesday
night with a 12-0 loss to the Liberty
County Bulldogs in five innings in
Bristol.
Liberty County broke open a 3-0
game with five runs in the third in-
ning and four more in the fourth,
and Hunter Jacobs closed it out in
the top of the fifth to finish off an
KRISTIE CLOUD / FLORIDAN impressive all-around performance
Chase Scott (22) swings for a base hit in a game against Gulf Coast last month. by the Bulldogs.

play. That was probably one of the
best games they've played all year,"
Sneads coach Pat Jones said. "They
smoked the ball, they pitched well,
and played defense. We didn't come
out focused. I figured after the Mari-
Indians again tied with 'Dores in league standings after 12-3 win anna and Blountstown games that it
would be a little spark for us, but we
BY DUSTIN KENT hits and four walks with one strikeout, on to replace Mader and gave up an RBI fell back into some old habits."
while West Convington took the loss af- sacrifice fly by Dalton Kelley to score It all started with a two-run home
The Chipola Indians moved back into ter giving up five earned runs on 10 hits Bartlett to make it 7-3. run by Garrett Swier in the bottom
a tie atop the Panhandle Conference in 2 1/3. But Durden was able to limit the dam- of the first inning to make it 2-0, and
standings Wednesday night thanks to a Josh Merrigan got Chipola on the age to that, getting Ryan Koziol to ground everything went downhill for the Pi-
decisive 12-3 victory over the Gulf Coast board first with an RBI single to score out to shortstop to end the inning and rates from there.
State Commodores in Panama City. Danny Mars in the top of the first in- strand two Commodore base-runners. "That really deflated us, which it
Chipola had fallen out of first after a ning, with the Indians tacking on three Durden stranded two more in the bot- shouldn't because it's just two runs,
13-9 loss to Northwest Florida State last more in the third thanks to a pair of RBI tom of the eighth, striking out Kelley but from there we just played like we
week, but the Indians took care of busi- triples by Mars and Merrigan and an RBI swinging and getting Lamboy to pop didn't want to be there to be honest,"
ness in their first of two head-to-head doubleby IanRice. out to leave Woody Edwards and Dug- Jones said."Wejustwere not focused
battles with the Commodores this week, Trailing 7-0 through five innings, the ger at first and second. enoughto play. It's just been that way
jumping out to a 7-0 lead and cruising Commodores finally got something go- Chipola started to pull away in the top all year for us where we'll win one or
to the finish line. ing in the bottom of the sixth against of the ninth, pushing five insurance runs two, and then lose, or lose a couple
Michael Mader started on the mound Mader, with Tevin Johnson drawing a across thanks to RBI singles by Rice, and then win. We haven't been able
for the Indians and earned his second walk and Dalton Dugger singling to set Jacky Miles, Jr., Jason Sierra, and Taylor to string wins together. That's ahabit
conference win, going 5 1/3 innings and up a two-RBI double by Max Bartlett. Mauck, and an RBI sacrifice fly by Cody we've got to break before the district
surrendering three earned runs on five Two batters later, Jo to Durden came Lanford to score Chase Scott. tournament because it's win or go
home from there."
Chris Greene had the only hit of the
night for the Pirates, a double in the
Piep Softball second inning, while Dustin Sneads
started and went three innings to
S ttake the loss before Hunter Johnson
Arnold rolls to win against Marianna the osBulldogs by going 3-
for-3 with a home run, a double, two
BY DUSTIN KENT Marianna coach Scott Wiggins went the distance to take the Graceville falls to Poplar runs, and four RBI, while William
dkent@jcfloridan.com said was a much different team loss for the Lady Bulldogs, with Hayes was 2-for-3 with a double and
The Marianna Lady Bulldogs than the one he saw in the first Taniyah Robinson leading the The Graceville Lady Tigers three RBI, and Jacobs was 2-for-4
started the week on a sour note meeting. Marianna offense with three took their second straight loss with a double and two RBI.
Tuesday night in Panama City, "They're playing a lot better hits and two runs scored. Tuesday night, falling to the Jacobs also went all five innings
falling to the Arnold Lady Mar- now," he said. "They just out- "Madison Gullett added two Poplar Springs Lady Atomics on the mound allowed just the
lins 18-6. hit us and out-played us, and hits for MHS, with Lexie Bas- 19-3 in four innings, one hit and three walks with three
With the loss, Marianna fell we made some crucial errors ford,Temples, andFaithMoore Poplar Springs plated 11 strikeouts.
back to 9-12 on the season, on some routine plays. We had all picking up a hit. runs in the first inning and fin- The Pirates will finish out the dis-
while Arnold improved to 15-5 some runners but couldn't get Marianna will next play host ished the game off with a six- trict schedule this week by hosting
and avenged a 12-2 loss to the timely hits. They just flat out- to Port St. Joe tonight at 6 p.m. run fourth to win the game via Cottondale tonight at 6 p.m. before
Lady Bulldogs in the season- played us. They're probably before finishing up the regular run-rule. going on the road to face Graceville
opener Feb. 11 at MHS. playing as good of ball as any- season Friday in Sneads with a With the win, Poplar Springs on Friday in a big game that could
It was the fifth straight win body right now." game against the Lady Pirates. improved to 21-2 on the season, decide who gets the No. 2 seed in the
for the Lady Marlins, who Kayleigh Temples started and while Graceville fell to 3-16. district tournament.


Sports Briefs
High School Baseball Chipola Baseball Country will be holding tle provided. Cost is $65 per person that in-
Cottontail 5K on Saturday at Campers will receive a tee cludes cart, green fees, prizes,
Thursday- Cottondale at Chipola will play Gulf Coast the Cottondale Recreational shirt and get free admission to and meal.
Sneads, 6 p.m. State on Friday at 2 p.m. before Park. Entries are $25 per person the varsity game at 2 p.m. and For more information, call
Friday- Sneads at Graceville, going to Tallahassee on Saturday and registration begins at 7 a.m. be allowed to run out with the (850) 209-1326 or (850) 482-
6 p.m.; Pensacola Catholic at for a noon game. with the race beginning at 8 team for the National Anthem. 5526 or go to www.panhan-
Marianna, 4 p.m. and 7p.m.; a.m. For more information, dleseminoles.com Proceeds
Paxton at Malone, 5 p.m. Chipola Softball Anyone interested should con- contact Rex Torbett at provide scholarships to stu-
12Saturday-Vernon at Marianna, The Lady Indians will host a tact Somer Barrick at 482-9821 850-573-0247. dents attending Florida State
doubleheader with Northwest ext. 262. University.
High School Softball Florida State on Thursday at 4 Florida Panhandle
p.m. and 6 p.m. before going Marianna Baseball Seminole Club Sports Items
Thursday- Cottondale at on the road Saturday for games Skills Camp Golf Tournament Send all sports items to edito-
Malone, 5 p.m.; Port St. oe at against Pensacola Stateat 1 rial@jcfloridan.com, or fax them
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Friday- Marianna at Sneads, camp at the Marianna High nole Club will hold a scholar- t 850-482-4478address for the paper is Jacksonng
6 p.m.; Malone at Blountstown, o l School baseball field Saturday ship golf tournament at Indian County Floridan P.O. Box 520
5p.m. from 9 a.m to 2 p.m. with a Springs Golf Club on Friday Marianna, FL 32447.
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the inability to track the minimum opening bid. and diamond ace.
high-card points and However, his secondary This means that the de-
Sthat is arguably the most club fit might make him fenders cannot win a mi-
i important thing to count wonder about a slam. nor-suit trickl They must
during a deal. Note that if, for example, get a trump trick to defeat
East to find the right de- the heart king, six clubs should lead his last heart.
fense here? would be an excellent When West ruffs with the
S-10 o+ L at ,o a4~n lc. usd South is in four spades. contract. spade eight, it effects an
02014, Inc West leads the heart ace. Since East does not uppercut and gives East
SDistributedby niversal uclick for UFs "Mr. Henderson will see you now." What should happen? want his partner to shift that crucial trump winner.
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GREEN ACRES FARM CATFISH FARM OPEN IS L nLA R N FROZEN(barn or pastures)T
GREEN FROZEN PEANUTS -Beautiful Trails
Fishing Saturdays Only April- May Cemetery lots: Two with vaults in Pinecrest Excellent Care
Channel Catfish $2 lbs Overstocked Cemeery lots Two wit val in crest 850-3524423 Call 334-791-0023 or 334-791-7312
Hrs. 6am 5 pm (no licence req.) Memorial Gardens. Market value $6,080.
(spring fed & delicious) Asking $5,500 OBO. 850-482-3602 850-209-3322 or 850-573-6594
Buffalo Meat Healthy Need life insurance? Don't wait until it is too ADryShelled Pea ut
(Tender & delicious) late, call today for a FREE quote with Colonial Dry Shelled Peanuts
Lunch Specials Life insurance. Protectyour loved ones and
Buffalo, Chili Dogs. give your family peace of mind. a -r
4 mi. E. of Slocomb onCo. Rd.28 For every person that gets a quote, a non-
4CALL 334-797-4415 perishable food item will be donated to our
local food bank. Anyone that has food dona-
Of House Clean6ing Days and I willtions, I can arrange to pick them up. RJivr T
ca H reof your l oveDays one atnd I will sght take Brad Amn 334-405-6442; bka324@hotmail.com
in all locations. 11 yrs. exp. 3 0 i
Ref. avail. 334-718-2637 Good Rates.
Dining rm. Table, good cond. 6 chairs w/ leaf,
-, .- Ia o Aa s b s . o.oval shape $400. 850-526-4264., :
2946 Green St. in town Marianna Gun Cabinet: fits in corner, solid oak, holds 10
Sat 12th. 7-? Items from every room guns + storage. $350 Call 850-482-3145'
MUST GO!!! Good prices Minno Kota Trolling Motor power drive,
3172 Beaverhead St. in Compass Lake bow mount, 55 pd. thrust. $450. 850-482-2252.
in the Hills Fri. 11th & Sat. 12th. 6-? Upright Freezer -Meduim Size $35; 2 Glider
follow the signs off 167, lots of everything. Rockers $40 each. 850-592-2881 '
4056 Whispering Pines Circle, Greenwood HOME GROWN, FRESH
Off Hwy. 69. Moving Sale. Sat. April 12th, 8am. C Closet,.. Rp Tm o
Washer/dryer, furniture, antiques, Clean Your Closet.. CLER .A &- AseIN T'r e a
household goods. No Junk. f v
4153 & 4160 Willow Pond Rd. off Thompson Rd. City of Marianna now iring for a
AllFarm rfresh!5tf of Marianna now siringefof a
Fri. 11th (all day) & Sat. 12th (8-2) furn, tools, Cm C El ectrician, Animal Control/Signage Officer
H/H. auto parts, baby stuff, Tv's, & more H!! orI & Street Maintenance Worker. ,
4215 Lafayette St off Hwy 90 Marianna 334-793-6690 e Call 850-718-0326 fordetails.
Benefit for Relay for Life Sat 12th. 8- EOE/Drug Free Workplace Employer.
Hwy 90 near Big Little in front of Cobb's 2 L _____-_- I -- -
Unable to have booth at the Art's Festival due A SECRETARY SPECIALIST
to illness. Unique birdhouses and feeders, : CARE is one of Florida's leading substance
planters, garden bench, wishing wells, flags, Cat: Beautiful female 202 Tiftn #9 Hay abuse agencies, and we have been providing
signs, Bible verse paitings, paintings, seasonal adult calico cat. Spayed, Large net wrapped rolls $25. services to our community for over 40 years
yard decorations, rocking horse. de-clawed, all shots. and we have a part-time opening at our
Owner is deceased and a Kendall Coopr C l County office. This position will perform
new home is desperately 334a-73-978 334775-3423 usual secretarial duties as well as assisting
Must be able.to-type 50 cwpm. HS or equiva-
Roahle 347 34 be; sa0e I lent. Salary range $9.26- SO0/hour D.O.E.
Bahia seed for sale 4-
Beagle/Jack Russ. Mix. Adult, Rust/White Excellent germination with over 40 yrs Send resume and cover letter to CARE,
Spunky. Neutered. Free. 334-693-9097 p experience. Kendall Cooper Attn: Delbert Horton, 4000 E 3rd St. Panama
Beautiful Female Boxer Puppy, black mask, Call 334-703-0978, 334-775-3423 City, Fla. 32404 EE/DFWP/Drug Screening
some white markings, tail docked and wormed or 334-775-3749 Ext. 102. i, Fa.
Parking Lot Sale $300. all o 850-573-1
Saturday April 12th, 8:00am .-12:OOpm. REE Rescued Dogs Shots & fixed Hay for sale 4.
The Chipola Family Ministry Center, Black Labs, Beautiful Pitts black & white,LPN
3004 Hwy. 71 N. in Marianna Lab Mixes, Catahoula. Sm. Mixed Breeds,
This sale will consist of: Coon Hounds, Black Retriever, Doberman mix Mustbe a high school
Easter decorations, clothing, shoes, Call 334-791-7312 ll be large rolls graduate, licensed as a
and too many otherthings to list. German Shepherd puppies: AKC certified with Practical Nurse by the
papers and shots. German bloodline. Parents i a ical Nse by the
The Ministry center thrift store will also be have excellent temperament Please call State of Florida,
open this day from 9:00atn.-12:00pm. Allaina 850-388-0110 or Text 850-768-9182. ...el V aalable certified by American Red Cross in I.V,
(`11German Shepherd Puppies. AKC registered. fluid therapy. Must have a valid Florida
Parents on site. First shots and wormed. Call Cell Phonedrivera p ro employmn.
Ready this eek. $500. Call 850-209-3569 driver's license prior to employment..
O Mix breed dog: Gentle, Shy girl. White/Brown, 727-243460 Must have 1-2 yrs exp as an LPN. Exp.
a r adult, 45 Ibs. Spayed. Free. 334-693-9097. a in cofrections facility preferred.
s.O Rottweiler mix: Lg. beauty, black/tan, Spayed. MADDOX FARMS Starting Sala: $31, 7700/yr
Special placement needed. Free. 334-693-9097 Beautiful Bermuda Coastal Hay
SP ee4- Round Rolls $50 4 Square $5
Slon M s 7- 1, C k Cl 334-791-00 23 Submit Jackson County employment
Sih-Tzu Mixes $ 2application to: Human Resources Dept.,
WANTED German Shepherd Stud: registered 2864 Madison St., Marianna, F 32448.
GIFT SHIP or unregistered, 1 -3yrs old, must be Ph 8504829633.
For Sale i Dothan purebreed. Will offer stud fee, pick of liter l ww soncunty .ne
For Sale in Dothan puppy or will consider purchasing. iwEOEAAet Pref/ADA/ Drug-Free Workplace
.well established & profitable Call 34-618-8540
334-677-3704
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Girls Munire white convertible crib with mat- 6 7 2 3 4 8 1 5 9
tress. Converts from crib to toddler bed to dou- 1 9 6 67 23 481 59
ble bed. Three beds in one! $385 obo; 2006 Ya- 4 5 9 7 1 6 8 2 3
maha Vino 125 scooter, silver. Under 300 orig "
miles. $750 obo; Mackie HD1531 15" 3-way Hi-
Def pwrd speakers with covers. Perfect low use
condition $500 obo. 334-714-4470
Queen pillow top mattress and box set. 3 7 2 6 1 4 8 5 3 9 7
New, still in factory plastic. $195 OBO.
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3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. 2007 Yamaha V Star 1300 Touring: 10,500 miles,
NO PETS. CH&A. 4 WHEL new tires, many extras, black & chrome, wind-
Starting at $500 per month shield & bags $5900 Cash Only. Call 931-303-
Call 850-258-1594 2002 Chev. Trailblazer LTZ- 4WD. Blue, Loaded 4658
w p e l message. Wheels, Bose Radio, Climate Control AC, Pow- 2011 Harley Davidson Super Glide Custom
* S er Seats, Running Boards, Controls on Steering cool blue pearl & vivid black, garage kept,
Wheel, Tilt, Cruise, Heated Seats, On Star. No 11K mi. -Driving lights, passenger back rest,
Transportation Shop Accidents or Rust, Runs, Looks and Drives luggage rack, quick release windshield,
Mechanic .t, 1 ,l.J l Great $5500. Dothan 334-671-3059. anit-theft system with /pager, cruise pegs, oil
pressure gauge, dust cover included
_____________ _,_ _i__T__ __fiT_1_ho_ _f_,_o t h Ia* $12,900 334-598-0061 Absolutely Original!!
McLane Company is one of the largest and 160 acres in Jackson County on Harey Davidson portster - C:
f r winn natinnwide dktrih tnr< Honda 2001 Civic EX: 4 door, 4-Cyl auto, power Harle 2009 Davidson Sportster 120OC:
fastest growing nationwide distributors of Ernest Granger Rd. $2600. per ac. windows, lock and mirrors, CD, new transmis- excellent condition, metallic red, 6000 miles,
food and general merchandise products in For details 334-701-6565. sion and paint, very clean $4,400 OBO Call 334- I LED turn signals and stop lights, windshield,
the country. We are seeking an 797-7420 I passengers back rest and luggage rack,
experienced Transportation Shop R A I garage kept. $7,295 Call 334-671-8671 or 334-
Mechanic for our Dothan, AL location. L791-0984------------
Mechanfor DothanALloation. 2 Houses with Lots for Sale Sneads 2004 Chrysler Sebring LXI Convertible- Black. Harley Davidson 2002
This position is responsible for performing Owner financing Available. CD Player, Leather Interior, New Transmission, Sportster 1200 -
e Call 850-592-5571 Runs Great, Awesome for summer. $3,000. 8,500 miles, lots of extras
repairs and routine preventive 145,000 miles. Contact Chad at 423.943.2530 Asking $4, 00 OBO.
maintenance on our tractor / trailer fleet. MOr: HMI S E 2011 Toyota Camry call 334-796-8817
Previous diesel mechanic experience in a Beautiful 1 owner lease
shop environment is required. Knowledge 4BR/2BA Palm Harbor Mobile Home Has spent it's life in the Harley Davidson 2012
of air brake systems, AC systems, Detroit Well Kept! Built in 2000 and only 1 owner. South. Like new Michelin Triglide Ultra Classic,
f air brake ystems, AC systems, Detroit Must be moved. Asking $33,000 OBO. tires. Beautiful light green. custom 2-tone blue, riders
diesel systems and shop equipment Call Rob Michalowski 734-255-0163 Only 19,472 miles. $17,700. Call Stephen before seat back, luggage rack,
(welder, torch, lifts, etc.) is beneficial. or Mary Coleman 850-272-2282 or it's gone! 334.435.3344. LED tail lights, travel pack
A responsible for general cleaning and email michalowski529@comcast.net Buck 2012 Enclave light conversion, zumo
Also responsible for general cleaning and I1 ex satellite radio,
Like new with only 16K
upkeep of the shop work areas. Other miles. Never wrecked or passenger arm rest, highway foot pegs, cover,
duties will be assigned as appropriate and smoked in. PW, PD, power great touring machine $29,000. 334-464-0380.
necessary seats, 3rd row seat, dual ; -
necessary. S climate control. $34,500. Jason 334-791-0432
McLane Company offers a very 17 ft Bass Tracker Pro Cadillac1998 Deville: cold AC, 74k miles, serv- Ford 2006
competitive salary and bonus plan. We 60hp Evinrude, trolling iced regular, nice car $3,495. Call 334-792-8018 Expedkiti
also offer an attractive benefits package motor, electric anchors, or 334792-miles, video
Sf mdical, enta, life viin new tires on trailer, Eagle Chrysler 1999 Sebring JX5 Convertible, 139,000 system, 2nd
consisting of medical, dental, life, vision, fish finder. One owner miles, engine great condition, some light body row captain,
STD, LTD and a very lucrative 401k savings boat. Excellent condition. $4,700. 334-750-5000 damage, $2200. Call 334-596-2653 after 4pm. sunroof, towing pkg. $9,000, 334-740-0525
plan. Blue Fin Bass 1998 Ford 1989 Mustang GT: Completely rebuilt from,
Elimator All Aluminum top to bottom, stainless steel exhaust, sunroof :
Qualified applicants should complete Bass Boat, 50 HP force en- Paid $10,242 for parts, SELLING FOR $?,000.
anemploment application by gine, galvanized trailer- For more details call 334-648-1789.
an employment application by w tires, all in very good Ford 2004 Mustang GT Coupe: black, V8 5
visiting our website condition, 2 live well box- speed, 99k miles, 6 disc CD, run great $6,000
www.mclaneco.com e, 4 new seats, new Humminbird fish finder ss C-
80$3,995 OBO 828437-1314 or 828-421-0998 OBO Call 334-797-7420
c licGT Be CREDIT? Chevy 2013 Silverado LT, 6,000k miles, 2 wh.dr.,
(click on Careers) 5 fBoggy Creek 2007 $99. RIDETODAY fully loaded, white, extended cab, $27,900 firm,
E.0.E. Skiff Boat, Skinny Water, Already Ned Taxes 334687-7702
motor, stainless steel prop, Call Steve Pope Today Ford 1995 F150: 8ft bed, very good condition,
WANTED: MATURE, Hummingbird GPS 383C I334-03i runs and rides great, pictures available, $2,800.
SM color fish finder, Load Mas- R pas bankuptcy Call 850-526-2964 or 850-557-2523
DEPENDABLE, BUSINESS-MINDED, ter aluminum trailer, 12 gallon gas tank, Motor SLOW CREDIT K SSI & VA OK Nissan 2007 Frontier King Cab auto, AC, all
DNEW PAPR CARIERS Guide 54 Ib thrust electric motor, built in tackle Honda Accord power, cruise, CD, bed liner, 79K miles, very
NW A S boxes, $8700,334-774-3474 Cell 334-791-1074 2005 Hybrid, 2tone good cond. $10,850. Blue book 334-347-8649
gray/silver color, I owner, Toyota 2010 Tacoma
Pontoon Boat Bass Tracker 21', like new, 60HP 98K miles, 30-36mpg,Toyota2010Tacoma
ttal Mecury 4 stroke engine, less than 50hrs. on great cond. $9549. S, IdSR5 White, 2 wheel
motor built in live well and heavy duty trolling 334389 5 or 3343937606 drive, 4 door 6, tow
arn n a ra of motor. $8,500 334-687-2946 package, new Michelin
arn an average Rhino 2009 Boat md#V176 & all aluminum, Lexus 2012 RX350: Sharp! tires, Excellent condi-
170 ft. 6", loaded, 70 hp. Suzuki& 3 seats, Clean! Luxurious! Intuitive tion. 46,000 miles. $22,800. Call 334-693-4987 or
17 ft 6", loaded, 70 hp. suzuki, 3 seats, parking assist, push- 796-5919 _
Minnkota Hymmingbird, boat is like new, less parking assist, push- 796-5919
M90 0 than 15 hrs. contact info: i5634 maom button start,SmartAcess, Utility Trailer enclosed 7ft. wide, 7 ft. tall
ventilatedrfront seats, tire pressure monitor-
permonth Serious Inquiries ONLY $15,000. ventilated front seat, tire pressure monitor- & lft. long, with 4ft. drop ramp, good for
permonth Starcraft 1995 ing. 1 owner lease vehicle, clean car fax and motorcycles or lawn service $1,800.
Tournament 18' Boat with only 23,000 mi. $35,950. Call Jason 334.791.0432 Call 850-579-5174.
BE YOUR OWN BOSS 2 A.M. to 1 P.M. 1995 Mercury 135 HP on Lincoln 2003.Towncar
Must have dependable transportation, Galvanized Trailer. Trolling Cartier Edition: pearl
motor and GPS. $6,3006.00 white with vinyl top
minimum liability insurance & valid Call 334-695-1117. white with vinyl to, ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF
driver's license. loaded, 152k miles YOUR TOWING NEEDS!
-CAMPER&T R L TILES $7,500 m
Come by and fill out Bid at the 2008 Outback Sydney Edition 32 ft. Call 850-573-2145 01 4 a 7u
Jackson County Floridan, Travel Trailer, Series M-32BHDS, sleeps 10, Licoln 2005 Towncar Signature: FSBO AUTO BODY &RECYCLINO
r440Cositsution Lane, Madanna, Y New roof, new awning, excellent interior, excellent condition, garage kept, new brakes, PAYINTOPDOLLAR FOR JUNK CARS
$16,500.00tution Lane, Ma, To see, call 334-796-7211 original owner, have maintenance record, 66k Contact Jason' Harer at 334-791-2624
16.500.00,Toseecaliles, $9,495. Call for appt. 334-479-0099 --
FARMERS FURNITURE MARIANNA MOO & iB- lincoln 2008 MKZ: white, chrome Wheels, moon
Now Hiring PT Sales Personnel .t 5h w l Tir 3 s 6, roof, heated/cooled seats, 60k miles, original CALL FOR TOP PRICE
Now Hiring PT Sales Personnel 1985 ComfortSth wheel Trailer 34th sleeps 6, owner, very clean, $14,900. Call 334-494-3347 n. BBF"a
Clean Driving Record double bed, stove, refrigerator, AC, needs FOR JUNK VEHICLES
Clean lBackground Check wood rot repair $1,200 Call 334-702-1362 Nissan 1985 300 ZX Turbo Looks and runs like
Clean BackgroundCheck Bundr 3. 5K mi new. This car has been WELL MAINTAINED and I ALSO SELL USED PARTS
Pleae apply in person at will pass ANYTHING on the road. Removable T-
A afyett M iaa E300hp, Turbo Diesel, 6 sp. Tops ready for summer. Heads always turn 24 HOURTOWING 334-792-8664
4230-A Lafayette St Marianna, EOE ...Allison 300 mh auto trans. whenyou passby Owned by 50 year old dad
7.5 generator, 2-slides, W/D lots of extras. 1997 that has been told to grow up. Car is all original
that has been told to grow up. Car is all original ^^i **, ,
_ _ _ Honda CRV tow car, all tow connections (could and IT IS SUPER QUICK! Loves curves and
be included) 334-792-0552Serious In. ONLY !! sticks the corners like only a Z can. 5 speed
Merchandiser Pace Arrow 1999 Ford V10, 35 ft. Leveling transmission. $6,200. For more info. 333-6510 Sell us your semi OR Junk car.
AMERICAN GREETINGS is looking for Jacks, back up camera, runs good, 86K miles, Nissan, 210 Aima farm tequipm ent.
Greeting Card Merchandisers in Marianna, FL Good tires, New battery, awning. 2. with only 27000 miles! FREE Pick- U 7 days a week
Ypu will ensure the greeting card department $12,500. OO 334-333-1291 Silver with only 27000 miles! FREE Pick UpUPER 7 days a week 7am 8p 334-2006487.
is maintained. Apply online at: WorkatAG.com Silver in color and SUPER 7 days aweek7am 8p 334-2006487.
ST L F CLEAN! Locally owned Title or no Title u to what the law allows.
With a clean Carfax! $14,995. Call 334.445.1460
5th wheel RV 2008 Toyota 2008 Scion: Gunmetal grey. Runs great!
Luxury model 35TMS Mechanically sound, 6 cyl.AT. 2-dr. Coupe, Got a Clunker
b'I ;[ooI J [- II =ll TuFD, |[o] exc. cond., Inside & 110,000 mi. but if you know Toyota's, that is -
Out, 3 slides, King low mileage, as they last forever! Black rims,Wellbe your Junker
Look ahead to your MBR, 2 AC's, Power lowering kit, tinted windows, spoiler. Ideal We buy wrecked cars "
S. future! Start training. everything $27,000 for someone wanting a cool, SPORTY ride! and Farrri Equip. at a *
for a new career in OBO 334-774-9060. PERFECT for any single guy or girl! Will defi- fair and honest price!
Fr T! fl Medical Assisting, nitely get you noticed! $7,200. 334-596-1065. i $250 & t Complete Cars
COLLEGE Medical Office Admin., _,_
L Pharmacy Technology, me A Tota Oli Camry SE, CALL 334-714.6285
&HVAC! r un metallic gray, like new, Lnn,,,,ni K......,
1-owner, bought and serviced l
Call Fortis College 855-445-3276 RI i locally, smoke/pet free, 40K n teh I
For consumer info: visit www.fortis.edu locally, smoke/pet free, 40K ic l
seats, climate control, fleO
keyless entry and more, $17,795.
SCall 334-494-2892 or 334-393-9014


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WSECall Today 850-263-5753 TIR. sn Panha Cndle sConcrete, LLc
epna also available Some properties pet friendly. Quality, Affordable ConreteWorkand SmallTractorWork i l l
Dozer and Excavation Work Travis Jones a Phillip Lizotte
182 Ponds Road Building Demolition 30 Years Experi Licence I Tree Removal Tree Trimming
Pine Tree Planting Herbicide Spraying Free Estimates/Reasonable Rates o Stump Grinding
S2CH/A &3 bedroom moble Homes in CSectionale. Fire Line Plowing- Burning Owned and House Slabs Sidewalks 850-674- nsured Free Estimates -
$50 and up. H20, garbage; sewer included. Clay O Driveways & Pole Barns
Only7. to tu850-594-9991 ower 850-209557-7 84719 cayslandcearing gmail.com 850-693-5812 850-592-7216 3 850 693-697
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$ 450 + dep. current credit report ly lease req. Quality, Affordable Concrete Work and SmallTractor Work Residential & Commercial
182 Aord Rd dale 850-63-4620/636405 38 PircYrs. EStreet (behinderience Licensed Insured La an Service
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2Br2BA SW &a 3BR/2BADW in Malone, TuntrBs:8506745
I CH/A, No pets, security negotiable Section 8 Owned and Operated by Home: Affordable Prices Free Estimates
Call S-Sssz or 850.557-779a e and 1 4:IA I Dewey Stephens Cell:850-643-1723 -(850) 693-1697

Sneads. Water,$375 includsewage, garbage andyard A General Repairs Insured
monthly pest care. 850-573-0308 [ e- = =
3BR 2BA MH in Sneads, apppl, included 850.526.1700 , -:
$450/mo. $450 dep. w/no pets, Hours: Mon-Fri 7-5 Sat 7-1
;1 : .' : : '850-482 .-91: ::; ..: .o 2978 Pierce Street (behind Tim's Florist) "Beautification of Your Home"
eC R f a oCarpentry/Painting Installations
Very Clean 3BP._BA forfamily of 4 __i__-__imm-, Furniture Repair & Refinishing
Very clean. Water, sewage, garbage and yard Afl I I I n Re r Insured
care provided. No smokers, no pets. I'l V G.a RpiIIJ
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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com LOC I & NAION THURSDAY, APRIL10, 2014 9A


RECEPTION HELD FOR NEW CHIPOLA PRESIDENT Obituaries
James & Sikes
ew Chipola College Presi- Funeral Home
dent Dr. Jason Hurst (left) Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette Street
N. talks with Jackson County Marianna, orida32446
Chamber of Commerce board 850.42.2332
chairman Cindy Eade at a recep- Dorothy Jean .
tion held for Hurst on Thesday at Smith
the college. The reception was held
in the lobby of the Chipola Center Dorothy ean Smith, 67
of Cottondale died Tues-
for the Arts and gave an opportu- day, April 8, 2014 at Noland
Snity for the public and Chipola stu- Hospital In Dothan.
t a.fsWd staft w omes mHo sto Born in Geneva, AL on Ju-
Sdents and staff towelcome Hurst ly 28, 1946 to the late James
to his new position. Dr. Hurst has ald Luce Clark Smith.
Beloved mother and
Sserved as executive vice president grandmother, Ms, Dorothy
for Chipola since 2013 and takes loved fishing and loved to
express her love by cooking
Sthe place of Dr. Gene Prough, who for family, and friends. She
S. retired March 31. was a member of Light-
KRISTIE CLOUD/ FLORIDAN house Community Church.
Funeral service will be 2
p.m., Friday, April 11, 2014
at James & Sikes, Maddox
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g also poshible that no one said it hopes to reopen its Qualys, a maker of securi- service Twitter Inc. and recting.
SAN FRANCISCO A took advantage of tht flaw website this weekend. The ty-analysis software. "You e-commerce giant Ama- Family will receive
confounding computer before its existence 'was lockdown comes just three dont know because an at- zon.com Inc. say their friends 12 p.m. until time
bug called "Heartbleed" announced late Monday. weeks from Canada's April tack wouldn't have left a websites weren't exposed of service.
s causing major secu- Although there is now a 30 deadline for filing 2013 distinct footprint." to Heartbleed. Ebay Inc., Preceded in death by
rity headaches across way to close the security tax returns. Google is so confident which runs the PayPal Furniss and brother Jimmy
the Internet as websites hole, there are still plenty The U.S. Internal Reve- that it inoculated itself payment service as well Smith.
scramble to fix the prob- of reasons to be concerned, nue Service said in a state- against the Heartbleedbug as online shopping ba- Survived by son Roger
lem and Web surfers won said David Chartier, CEO of ment Wednesday that it's before any damage could zaars, says most of its ser- Liles; daughter Pamela
der whether they should Codenomicon.Asmallteam not affected by the security be done that the Mountain vices avoided the bug. Harrell, Marianna; three
change their passwords to from the Finnish security hole. "The IRS advises tax- View, Calif., company is Changing passwords brothers Edward Smith
prevent theftof their email firm diagnosed Heartbleed payers to continue filing telling its users they dont on other online services (Regina), Bristol, Phillip
accounts, credit cardnum- while working indepen- their tax returns as they have to change thepass- potentially affected by Smith (Margaret), Altha,
bers and other sensitive 'dentlyfromanotherGoogle normallywouldinadvance words they use to access Heartbleed won't do Glen Smith (Pam), Marian-
information. Inc. researcher who also of the April 15 deadline," Gmail, YouTube and other much good, security ex- na; two sisters. Shirley
product accounts.g More perbs said, untild the ps sDownes, Auburndale, FL,
The breakdown revealed discovered the threat. the agency said. pduc accounts. e er til the lai a d
this week affects a widely "I don't think anyone TurboTax, the most than 425 million Gmail ac- lem is patched. The trou- Cottondale grandchildren
used encryption technol- that had been using this popular tax preparation counts alone have been set ble-shooting software Ronnie Furniss (Mendi),
ogy that is supposed to technology is in a posi- software, also issued a up worldwide. was released Monday. Cottondale, Johnathan
protect online accounts tion to definitively say they Wednesday statement re- Facebook, which has So far, very few web- Furniss (Kimberly), Tal-
for avariety ofonline com- weren't compromised," assuring people that its more than .1.2 billion ac- sites have acknowl- bott, TN, eight other
munications and electron- Chartier said. website is now protected countholders, also believes edged being afflicted by grandchildren and thirteen
ic commerce. Canada's tax agency isnt against Heartbleed. its online social network Heartbleed, although great grandchildren.
Security researchers who taking any chances. Citing Computer security ex- has purged the Heartbleed' the bug is believed to be Expressions of sympathy
uncovered the threat are the security risks posed'by perts are still advising peo- threat. But the Menlo Park, widespread. may be made online at
particularly worried about Heartbleed, the Canada ple to consider changing Calif., company encour- Yahoo Inc. and Google httn wwwahom esandsikes
the lapse because it went Revenue Agency shut off all their online paswords. aged "people to take this are among the most
undetected for more than public access to its website "I would change every opportunity to follow good prominent Internet ser- James & Sikes
two years. They fear the "to safeguard the integ- password everywhere be- practices and set up a' vices to say they have Funeral Home
possibility that computer rity bf the information we 'cause it's possible some- unique password for your aieady insulated most Maddox Chapel
hackers may have been se- hold," according to a no- thing was sniffed out," Facebook account that you of the most popular ser- 4278 Lafayette Street
cretly exploiting the prob- tice posted on its website said Wolfgang Kandek, 'dont use on other sites." vices from Heartbleed. Marianna, F 32446
850.482.2332
http;l/www.jamesand
sikesfuneralhones.comL
efFM U included anything other than raw
produce and cottage foods, and "an son
the crafters used their time at the i m
From Page 1A From Page lA seminar learning how to make a Whiting
14 to discover a white fe- sessions. successful run of the opportunity.
male, later identified as Folks could get some one-on-one There was a soap maker, a beeswax Alanson George Whiting,
46-year-oldKellyHedrick coachingabout how to display their candle maker and honeyseller, 80, of Greenwood, died
of Marianna, approach- wares to attract morescustomers. an artist who paints on stone, Saturday, April 5, 2014 at
ing the counter just after Foodies who have never par- another who fuses glass to create his residence.
the victim walked away. ticipated in a farmers market got a DEBORAHKHAER/FLORIDAN wls and other objects, a gourd Mr. Whiting served in the
Hedrick then appears primer lesson on the essential regu- A crafter displayed these figures on a decorator, a walking-cane maker, .S. Army for sixod years He
to attempt a purchase lations that govern what they can table at the Farm Market University a quilter, a clay-focused artist, and pt 12 ye and loved
and picks up the cell and can't sell as cottage food pro- seminar Tuesday. many others who are determined boating, photography and
phone that was lying on ducers in those and other venues. to make the market a place where artistry. He was a Mason
the counter. She then The seminar also gave those who market people with diverse interests can and member of' Green-
exits the store with the attended a chance to showcase their A third talked about an aquapon- all find something to love. wood United Methodist
phone. offerings. Some brought samples of ics enterprise that is attracting full Waterfront Markets from Church.
AfterHedrickwas iden- their work and some shared their classes of students who want to Panama City helped put on the He was preceded in'
tified by law enforce- sticcess story to inspire others. know more about the business; seminar and a representative death by his parents, Ho-
ment, a JCSO deputy Chad Gainey, for instance, talked which pairs the raising of ant and of that organization said small well and Vera Welch Whit-
went to her home and to the crowd about how his chain aquatic animal life in a system that businesses like theirs are thriving ig.
He is survived by his wife
asked for the phone. She saw carving hobby turned into a enriches both and saves resources as they once did in the 1960s as of aost 40 years Glenda
initially denied having viable side business that grew from by using recycled water in the eople turn in droves to the idea Ruth Thompson Whiting;
been to the store on the a small notion to an enterprise process. of organic growing and of buying five sons, Travis Whiting
date in question, but af- that's so successful he could pos- The timing of the seminar was their vegetables locally. Farm- and wife, Patty of Pace, FL,
ter being told about the sibly make it his primary living if he strategic; the Marianna City Growers ers markets, she said, are poised Mark Snell of Yukon, AK,
security video, she told wanted. Market opens for the season soon on to take advantage ofa trend she John Whiting and wife,
the deputy that she had Another speaker talked about how 'Tesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, sees as a longer-lasting one this Susan of Cincinnati, OH,
taken the phone to the her family's grass-fed cattle business with crafters invited to sell their time around. "Don't put your bell Dwayne Maddox and wife,
customer service desk went from marginal to robust as she wares and demonstrate their skills bottom pants or your mesh shirts Penny of Broomfield, CO,
Hedrick was told the fully committed to it and started on those days at market. This will be away just yet," saidRonnieBarnes. David Whiting and wife, u-
video did not support cashing in on the growing organic their first year at the market and has "It's groovy again." dughtes, ; thire
that version of events. daum and husband Dennie
She then said she took of Panama City Beach, FL,
it back to the store later Lawit together cleared about the word out about a Margie Doster and hus-
that night. $39,000 on the project and central location set up for band, Jim of Marianna, FL,
In yet another version From Page the remainder of the mon- sellers to vend. The site is Melinda Maddox of
of her story, she said Aeywas spent on supplies to From Page 1A located on the grounds Southport, FL; 19 grand-
she gave the phone to a the county paid $116,870 do the work, value it brings. But word outside Florida State children and 13 great
friend to return it to th to get the problem identi- The county, the builder of mouth does the trick Hospital, and signs have grandchildren.
store forher. fled, have the work done and. Donofro wrestled for for most. The informal been posted for several Graveside services willbe
Hedrick was then and to buy the necessary some time in trying to de- flea market event is held days to remind buyers. a 11 am. Thursday, April
asked by the deputy to supplies, termine who was respon- once in spring and once There's no apparent ef; Methodist Cemetery with
find the phone and bring Some county employees sible for the problems, but in fall each year, and fort in Jackson County, Rev. John Kramer ofliciat-
it to him, started complaining of evenas the case settles that has been ,ongoing and but sellers can set up ing. James & Sikes Funeral
Approximately 10 min- respiratory problems al- question wasn't answered. growing for the past few on their own if they can Home Maddox Chapel di-
utes after leaving her most immediately after the The document setting years.Individuals and get permissionfromthe recting. No visitation is
residence, Hedrick called structure was erected and out the terms of the settle- some businesses take ownersofthespot where planned.
the officer to say she had occupied, and an investi- ment specifies that Dono- part. Sellers are encour- they want to place their Expressions of sympathy
the phone, which she gation later revealed the fro continues to deny any aged to secure a spot on sale items. may be made online at
later brought to the sher- presence of mold in some liability i the matter.- U.S. 90 and set up shop, Organizers say the http://wwwjamesandsikes
iff's office. The phone, a areas ofthe structure. "It is understood and making sure they have event provides Northomes.com
Motorola Droid Ultra Mitigation measures agreed that this settlement permission to be where Florida communities
and Otterbox case with were then taken to address is the compromise of dis- they are. It's that simple, more than an opportu-
an estimated combined the problems, with the puted claims and that the Some buyers make a nity to make a little cash.
valued of $550, was re- county paying the costs payment made is not to be weekend of it, motoring With yard sale addicts
turned to the victim. and intending to seek re- construed as an admission to pick up deals at sales hitting the road to find Artistic Designs Unimited Inc.
On April 7, she was imbursement later from of liability on the part of set up all along U.S. 90 treasures,theyalsomight Your Local Florist andGifts
booked into the Jackson whomever was deemed (Donofro), who expressly from Pensacola to Live be getting their first look 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna
County Correctional responsible. denies any liability," the Oak, where the idea for at the communities 850-372-4456
Facility. The mitigation spe- document states. the event originated and they visit. What they see Michael's Toggery
Hedrick was charged cialist who did the work The county has not is heavily promoted. might draw them back FuneralAppropriateAttire
with grand theft greater got $77,191. Two evalua- brought action against the The city of Chatta- for a little tourism, orga- 2878 Je -4rson St. M7arianna
than $300. tion firms were used and builder. hoochee is helping get nizers say



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QUESTIONS & ATTTUDEONY'S























Rememberdwaye back, when Tony Stewat was involved in all those sibling pairings.
the Stewaraas Racing stable in 2014? TINY VICTORIESquestio
Those fears and doubts must have abated in terIt seems like eons ago that 20-year-old Trevor
He flamed outn the 20 Daytona 500in the No. 21Fordree








wallStewarts hire, Kevin Harvick, won at Phoenix the
ee after the Daytona 500, while co-Tony Stewart was involved in all those sibling pairings w snd
worried abut addings. Bayne runs a part-time Cup scheduleto
time fa~rite trak the Stewart-ReaadRacing stable in 214? TINY VICTORIES





aas' hire, Kurt Busch, grabbed the checkered flag with Len and Eddie Wood's operation. "That was Teribed e s, ni i
at rtinsville. cool," he said of his time-trial run. "It's great that R
Two wins over the first six Cup races have every- the Wood Brothers can bring cars like this when c fe nd
bodyat Stewart-Haas whistling, including Stewart, 2we don't runfull time and be able to come J
the team worrywart. out here and contend with these guys." to consierapa i
"The whole organization has been do-i Ironically,'Bayne lost ground from wl
ing.an awesome job," Stewart said. the Start to finish of NASCAR's new r
"This is the first time I have been qualifying system "It was really cool to a
DSable to do something impres- beinthe top two the first round, sixth b
sive for the team, so I'm excited in the second round and seventhe l be b f
Stabout that. We have got a good in the third round. We didn't gofor thir
Syear started. To get two of the right way directionally, but
our cars wins already ... for to be in contention in every If e ed
us to get a pole ... that w na P o ith c m osf d ss 'ed1ae te
is somer thing that we round was really cool."
are pretty proud ofe
right now." c
Stewart is still the d
on the mend afr- l t come
ter pulverizing f t
his right leg ass the
Chase asc t. in a sprint- n er i e yea ou
car crash
in August.
After e wsie
numerous ARf i N
surgeries and
countless hours
of rehadb, the three-
time Cup champion
has an optimistic outlook s
for '14.,
"The good thing is it's not just one th
team," Stewart said. "I don't know that w
we can really point to one thing, to be
truthful. I think it is early in the year. I :
think the atmosphere at our shop is really
good right now."

OH, BROTHER:- .
Kyle and Kurt Busch hlave afootnote in
the Cup record book as the brothers with
the most back-to-back victories in the
history of NASCAR's marquee tuur. When
Kyle won at Fontana, Calif., and :Kurt
finished first at Martinsville it was the
sixth time they had turned the brother
double. They lead the Flock brothers,
Tim, Fonty and BobWby one win.
The Flocks had five back-to-back
triumphs back in the day. Tim was

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Tony Stewart used Friday
to win the pole at Texas is
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ale unor talks about Elliott family's racing future, past

Don't tell anybody, but You might see Talk about how proud you are to see Does Chase remind you of anyone out Do you feel like you have something to
two Elliotts competing in the Nationwide Chase in Victory Lane. there? offer Chase in dealing with the pressure
Series race at Talladega Superspeedway Yeah, it's pretty awesome to see him "His daddy. You know, they're similar of being the son of a legendary racer?
on May 3. NASCAR rookie Chase Elliott succeed. I knew it was just a matter of in personality. You had to really work'him "Yeah, I think I can help him out if I see
might be racing against his father, 1988 time." over to get him upset. He was normally him encountering a situation and it's mak-
Cup Series champion Bill Elliott, at the "He's got so much ability and compo- just concerned with his car, getting his car ing him uncomfortable. But I don't know
2.66-mile tri-oval sure, and he's just years ahead of guys of faster. whether he will have a problem with it.
Both would be in cars supplied by that age, and he's learning so fast on the "Back in the mid-'80s when Bill and his He's going to become the next best thing,
JR Motorsports, owned in part by Dale fly.'" brothers just focused on what they were you know, the fans are going to latch right
Earnhardt Jr., whose father battled Ellott "People ask me if I talked to him or doing, they would show up and whup on. I was thinking to myself, 'It ain't going
for nearly two decades in Cup racing, tutored him or anything, but he's learning everybody." to be long until he's going to be swarmed
Earnhardt talked about his new driver after faster than you can teach him what's go- "They weren't arrogant and cocky, they with attention.' I think he will handle it
Chase Elliott won at Texas. ing on." just showed up and ran." well."
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