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Vol. 91 No. 84

Local woman arrested on drug charges Thursday
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER 22-year-old driver Joncy Torri- she was driving after she gave identified as Clonazepam, a as methamphetamine. .anne Hall around consent. Schedule 4 narcotic, officers re- Hall was arrested at this point
4:15 p.m. at the They reported finding a par- ported. They also say they found and charged with two counts of
A woman's attempt to visit entrance gate of tially smoked marijuana ciga- a blue straw in the pouch that possession of a controlled suB-
the Chipola River Greenway the greenway, rette on the floorboard of the contained white residue identi- stance (methamphetamine and
while it was closed led to her ar- 2652 Highway 73 back passenger side of the car, fied as methamphetamine. Clonazepam), and possession
rest on drug charges Thursday South. and then searched Hall's purse. They also found a piece of of drug paraphernalia.
afternoon. Officers checked Inside it, they found a red, cardboard in Hall's right front She was taken to the Jackson
Marinanna police officers Hall for and found no zippered pouch with a make- pocket, officials reported, County Correctional Facility to
were on routine patrol, that warrants for Hall's up container. Inside that, they and say. it had a white sub- await first appearance on the
day when they encountered arrest, but searched the vehicle found three yellow pills later stance on it that tested charges.

soldiers of the Vietnam era.

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Warrior Beach Retreat by riding in the event parade Thursday

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took somthe requestime of the retreat chat breplain; with Fred represental in

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Shop managoldiered Cook painful wounmad supportbegan to

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took some time off that ob reak down and heal in

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DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN A veteran of both the lined u all along the t
Korean War and the Viet- to wave their flags, ap-
Ye onam War, he'd beeng asked plaud nd shout greetings

tas atea im topa tie since she won it a w -ent mto overr. P t hsu s pa-

Artemsi CeterProducers of the shpocon y waytof a ghow s tband' wo uldntc teoon No one hs reaut ald sgoong ttho i
S nt ll na st pro sto represent theVietnam- and words- of thanks and
era soldiers in a Panama support.
f City Beach parade being The last time
held to cap off the week-
cln ong WoNided Warrior See RETREAT, Page 1OA

Altha resident David Culpepper will play a grouchy old man in the play"Second Samuel:; in an Aprirl 29-May 3 run at the
Cultural Arts Center in Dothan, Ala. The show opens at 7 each night.

Play will draw author, reunite musicians
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER turned into a musical as some other One of the panel members of- ih as edDEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN hav aThis shell casing was coneected in evidence after a road-rage
wellrhor npeoplehavewanted herto do from fered backing and production Incident at a local gas station on State Road 71 last June.
time to time since she wrote it a went into overdrive. It has pro-
A Marianna-bom resident of Al- couple of decades ago. Parker said vided a nuftber of jobs to people n ar-es stand am --s'
Sthawillpiayakey iole in aplaythat she f-elt that the Dothan' director's in the Dothan area, and Perry is
starts Tuesday at Dothan's Cultural plan to add some bluegrass music about to add a lefty Chord Buddyad agin
Arts Center. Producers of the show by way of a 'ghost band' wouldn't to his product line. To get all that in oad-rate u nm a n
are hoping that will send a steady' compromise her work and could place, Perryshad to take some time
stream of North Florida theater actually fit in. quite nicely. The off from other pursuits. He and
fans to the show. The Southeast Al- fact that she's a bluegrass fanannd fellow members of 'the Pure and PRESS RELEASE companions was charged
abama CommunityTheatre group's can play a few instruments her- Simple Bluegrass band collectively ISSUED ON BEHALF OF in relation to shots fired at
production of"Second Samuel" has self probably helped the director's decided they could all use a short STATE ATiORNEY'S OFFICE the other driver involved
a couple of other extra elements case. break from performing and went in the fatal-altercation-re-
that may help drive an extra supply And the music will be coming on hiatus. But they've been practic- Circuit Judge William lated crash.
of theater-goers to the box office as from a very popular source, a band ing together again for the past four Wright has denied a mo- In a press release issued
well. f that has been on break for several months or so. Perry said their turn tion to dismiss charges on behalf of the State At-.
For one thing, the author of the months so that one of its primary in"SecondSamuel"willbetheirfirst against a motorcyclist ac- torney's Office, the follow-
play, Pamela Parker, is traveling leaders could properly launch public performance since they got* cused ofshootingat a mo- ing account of the alleged
from her home in north Georgia to his guitar-related invention. Tra- back together. They'll be dressed in torist during a multifacet- events and subsequent
watch the show. That's in part be- vis Perry's Chord Buddy device and white overalls to help suggest their ed altercation at a Jackson court action was given:
cause the area production has a bit learning system has proved wildly "ghostliness," and they'll play about County gas station last "Kevin Denkevitz, 50,
of a twist that she approved and is popular ever since he won finan- a half-dozen tunes. Perrysuggested year. One man died from of Sanford, North Caro-
now curious to see. cial backing for it on "Shark Tank", "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" for a massive head injuries in lina, faces charges of ag-
The director wanted to add some a nationally televised program chase scene, and the director chose a vehicle-related aspect of gravated assault with a
live music to the local production, that allows inventors to pitch their the other titles. the altercation. No one has firearm and shooting into
'It wasn't called for in Parker's script, products tb a panel of ultra-suc- been charged in his death,
and she absolutely didn't wanted it cessful investors. See PLAY, Page IOA but one of his traveling See CHARGES, Page IOA '


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JACKSON COUNTY Conununity Calendar
SLRID N TODAY ) Celebrate Recovery- 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult
Publisher - Valeria Roberts n Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion THURSDAY, MAY 1 Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna.hurts habits and - 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist ) Tdap vaccine to be given to sixth-grade ang-upsd Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance students - Malone School. Free of charge. Must 2097856 573-1131.
Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking. have letters (which were sent home by the school) 209-7856,573-1131. completed, signed and returned to school in order for ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting - 8-9 p.
CONTACT US MONDAY, APRIL 28 students to be able to receive. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901
CONTACT US MONDAYAPRIL28 students to be able to recve. Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Telephone: 850-526-3614 D Deadline to enter Lady Elks Springtime Beauty 63rd National Day of Prayer - 7 a.m. Marianna
FAX: 850-482-4478 Pageant - Applications can be turned in to Elks First United Methodist Church Wesley Center.URDAYMAY
Email: Lodge, Marianna, Wednesday through Friday after 4 Breakfast will be served at 6:30 a.m. Keynote speaker: SATURDAY, MAY3
p.m. mail: editorial@jto The Lady Elks, P.O. Box 6092, Ma- Andy McMullian, State of Florida Division of Retire- ) Pancake and Sausage Breakfast - 7 a.m. -10:30
StreetAddress: anna, 32447.All proceeds from the pageant go to help ment Director for many years who was originally from a.m. at Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, Blountstown.
4403 Constitution Lane th the Forida c ens roagan g Dellwood Community and a Marianna High School $5 donations per adult (12 and under) $3 for children
Marianna, FL32448 h te ralsc en oams. graduate. Community invited. 5 to 11 children under 5 free. Will be serving pancakes,
Office Hours: Maanna & ions Club Meeting- Noon at Jim's ) International Chat'n' Sip - 8:30-10 a.m. at the sausage, coffee, milk and orange juice. For more info
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 482-2005 4 Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in call 674-2777.
0 Marianna. Learning Center staff and their internation- ) Master's Gardener's Workshop "Sustainability"
I Parkinson's Support Group Meeting - Noon al English learners invite the public for the exchange of -8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Jackson County Extension
MISS YOUR RPA R? in the ground-floor classroom of Jackson Hospital language, culture and ideas in a relaxed environment. Service, 2741Penn Ave. Marianna. Cost is $15 which
You should receive your newspaper no later Lunch provided. Those diagnosed with Parkinson's Light refreshments served. No charge. Call 482-9124. includes lunch. Pre-registration required by May 1. Call
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- and their caregivers are invited. Call 718-2661. , .Anne Thrift Stqre - 9 a.m. -1 p.m. St. Anne's 482-9620 for more info or to register. Those prepay-
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to D Employability Workshop "Mock Interviewing" Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., Marianna. Welcome ing will receike an extra door prize ticket.
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The - 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center; Workshop is donations: house hold items, clothing and jewelry. ' Join Hands Day - 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at McDaniel's'
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) facilitated by a Certified Motivational Career Coach. Proceeds go to help less fortunate. Call 482-3734. Grocery in Sneads.Woodmen of the World Chapter
ispublishedTuesdaythroughFridayand Workshop is free of charge and open to the public. Chlpola Civic Club Meeting - Noon at The Oaks 65 and Chipola Ministries will join hand to collectnon-
Sunday mornings Periodical postage paid sit to register for tis workshop. Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus is perishable food to provide assistance to the needy in
at arianna F. ) School Advisory Meeting - 3:15 p.m. Marianna the local community, "Community, Children & Charac- Jackson County.
at Marianna, FL. Middle School in Mrs. Sherri Godwin's room. All par- ter" Call 526-3142. . 13th Annual Quilt Show - 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
SUBSCRIPTIONRATS ents and businesses arewelcome to attend. ) Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting- Noon at Jim's Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, 17869 NW Pioneer
i jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting - 5:30- Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call Settlement Rd, Blountstown. Admission donation of
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 7:30 p.m. at Jackson County Extension Service, 482-2290. $4. Quilt appraisals available. There will be Chinese
for three months; $62.05 for six months; Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meetings are fourth h Jackson Count Quilters Guild Meeting- 5:30- auction, Fat Quarters and Fabrics and a quilt block
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, lessons and 7:30 p.m. at Jackson County Extension Service contests. Lunch will be catered for $5 per plate. If you
applicable state and local taxes. Mail help. All quilters welcome. Call 573-5434. Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meetings are fourth would like to enter your quilt or block call 674-2777 or
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail D Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting - 8-9 p.m. Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, lessons and bring it to the Settlement between noon and 4 p.m. on
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901 help. All quilters welcome. Call 573-5434. May 1 before the show. For more info call 674-2777.
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Caledonia St., Marianna. VFW& Ladies AuxiliaryMeeting - 6 p.m. at 2830 ) Fourth Annual Junior Flower Pot Project - 9
year. Wynn St.; Marianna. Covered-dish supper followed by a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m. at Covenant Hospice, 4215
TUESDAY, APRIL29 a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call 372-2500. Kelson Ave. Suite E, Marianna. For children ages 5-14.
Flower pots will be displayed as silent auction items at
All subsciptions to the Jackson County ) St Anne Thrift Store - 9 a.m. -1p.m. St. Anne's Chipola College 2014 Commencement Cer- the 9th Annual Garden Gala on June 14. Workshop is
Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., Marianna. Welcome emony- 7p.m. Dothan Civic Center. The ceremony free with refreshments, flower pots and art materials
Day for which there is a premium charge. donations: house hold items, clothing and jewelry. will be broadcast live on the web at www.ustream. provided: Pre registration required. Deadline is April
Proceeds go to helpless fortunate in our community. tv/channel/chipolacollege 30. Total of 12 spaces per session available. For more
ADVERTISING Call 482-3734. ) Alcoholics Anonymous - Closed discussion, 8-9 info call 482-8520.
T) Pinochle Club Meeting - 9:30-11:30 a.m. Ascen- p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia Chattahoochee Kids to Parks Event-9 am. to
The advertiser agrees that the publisher sion Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 3975 U.S. 90, St., Marianna, in the AA room. Everyone welcome. noon EST US Army Corps of Engineer Woodruff/Semi-
shall not be liable for damages arising out Marianna. Everyone invited. Call 482-6132. nole site Chattahoochee Park (Booster Club), 236
of errors and advertisements beyond the � Sewing Circle -1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior FRIDAY, MAY 2 Booster Club Road, Bainbridge, GA (Located at two
amount paid for the space actually occupied Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call 482- at th ckson miles from U.S. 90 in Chattahoochee). Buddy Beaver
by that portion of the advertisements in 5028. County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and Fun Run featuring BuddyBeaver the Safety Beaver,
which the error occurred, whether such � Employabllty Workshop "Creating an Effective experienced hand crafters welcome to create, share, Muscogee Iridians teaching their dance, display of
error is due to the negligence of the'pub- Resume"-- 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. Native American artifacts and many more things. Free
lisher's employees or otherwise, and there Workshop is facilitated by a Certified Motivational Ca- with lotsof prizes. If you want to set up a booth call
shall be not liability for non-insertion of any reer Coach. Workshop is free and open to the public. Church on Clinub - 6-8 p.mton . First United Methodist Marene Lve-Jones at (229)662-2001.
advertisement beyond the amount paid for Visit to register for this workshop. Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8 � Concerned American Patriots of Jackson
such advertisement. This newspaper will not n Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting-' 8-9 -18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and County Observe National Day of Prayer - noon at
knowingly accept or publish illegal material p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels the Gazebo in Confederate Park downtown Marianna.
of any kind.Advertising which expresses 2901Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed discussion including beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473. Come and prayfor our nation.
oWith 12 & 12 study. Everyone welcome. Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting - 4:30-
preference based on legally protected per- ith2 & 12 study. Everyone welcome Relay for Life Kick off - 6 p.m. Citizens Lodgeonymous - 4
sonal characteristics is not acceptable. WEDNESDAY, APRIL30 Park in Marianna. Registration for cancer survivors 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
seoal characteristics5:30 p.m. Activities, music and fun for all ages. Music Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
HOWTO GETYOUR )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting - Noon by disc Jockey Michael Caughran, Christian rock band a 2014 Jackson County Pageant- $5 at 6 p.m. at
NHEW GET USHE to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Bridge performing at 8 p.m. and local singer Trish Marianna High School Auditorium. A new Little Miss,
NEWS PUBLSHED Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Brannon performing. Luminary ceremony at 9 p.m. Junior Miss and Miss Jackson County will be crowned.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL32447,
news of general Interest free of charge. email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
Submit your news or Community Calendar ... .
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. Police Roundup
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement,
anniversary and birth announcements. Mardanna Police Office and county fire/rescue abuse report, two sex offenses, non-child support.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. lartet reported the following incidents 10 property checks, one assist a Sarah Pierce, 28, 1756A
Photographs must be of good quality and . for April 24, the of a motorist or pedestrian, one Virginia St., Alford, grand theft,
sutaograprs t e ofThe Marianna Police De- s latest available retail theft, five assists of other fraudulent use of a credit card.
suright to edit all submissions partment listed the following report: one agencies, two 911 hang-ups, a Gemayel Spears, 29, 2906
rigto sumissionsincidents for April 24, the latest drunken driver, one criminal registration, two Orange St., Marianna, non-child
available report: one acci- cle three abandoned transports, two patrol requests, support.
GETTING IT RIGHT dent, one abandoned vehicle, vehicle reports, and one threat/harassment � Eddie Morgan Jr., 32, 3472
The Jackson County Floridan's policy three suspicious vehicles, two four suspicious vehicle reports, complaint. Provincial Road, Marianna, fail-
is to correct mistakes promptly. To suspicious people, one highway three suspicious incidents, four ure to register as a sex offender.
report an error, please call 526-3614 obstruction, two physical distur- suspicious people, two escorts, Jackson County a Joncy fall, 22, 2081 Church
Monday-Friday. bances, one verbal disturbance, one highway obstruction, two Conrctional Faclity St., Marianna, possession of
two burglar alarms, 14 traffic , burglaries, two verbal distur- methamphetamine, possession
CORRECTIONS stops, one found/abandoned bances, three pedestrian com- The following people were of Colazepam, possession of
aIn the April 25 issue, Breana Spooner was property report, three follow- plaints, one structure fire with booked into the county jail dur- drug paraphernalia.
listed as Breana Spencer. The Floridan is up investigations, one juvenile police response, one vehicle fire, ing the latest reporting periods: ) Rodney Elder, 20, 3100
happy to make the clarification, complaint, one noise distur- 19 medical calls, one burglar John Dennis, 27, 1948 Church Union Hill Road, Marianna,
a The address given for arrestee Bertram bance, one animal complaint, alarm, 21 traffic stops, one larce- St., Marianna, non-child violation of county probation.
Williams in the jail docket published April and three home security checks, ny complaint, two civil disputes, support.
23 was incorrect..He does not live at 4236 three trespass complainits, three n Marcus Rhodes, 35, 5908 Jail Population: 192
South Street as the initial warrant for his ar- Jadcson COun1t follow-up investigations, three Neals Landing Road, Bascom, To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
rest had indicated, and which was released Si ff' Ofice juvenile complaints, one fight in non-child support. at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
by officials in the docket report. His address Th e Sn CO Sprogress reported, one animal Stephanie Morris, 31, 1646 agency. To report a wildlife violation, call
s er aghw ed n jail records as beng at The Jackson County Sheriff's complaint, one animal neglect/ Turtle Bend Road, Marianna, 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).

4 V

The people behind the scenes ng, gements
Jumper, Walters
T he world's big- some of their staff who ing their wives. Successful much more about those
gest events would work so diligently to make doctors make their repu- who have helped make
not be able to an event successful. tation on the quality of and keep them success-
take place without the It reminds me of the fact service and care received ful. A small compliment
many people behind the that each of by their patients over the can go a long way.
scenes. Many of the most us is valu- years, but much of the When an employee or
popular people in politics ableinGod's initial- contact is done helper receives a pat on
and biggest stars from eyes, and by their nurses. Upbeat, the back or compliment
various entertainment there is no well-liked, caring nurses from a caring employer
venues don't take time such thing can be the key to a doc- or leader, they usually ap-
to wonder who is doing as "the little tor's overall accomplish- pear happier, have a great
much of the prepara- Thomas people." In ments, yet many patients attitude and possibly
tory work before they Vincent his eyes, we may not even remember work even harder.
walk onstage to talk to or Murphy are all equal. the nurse's name. Everyone wants and
entertain the public. Many of the In the ministry, the needs to be appreciated.
If we could see what most successful people in more members a church Anyone who has had a
takes place behind the the world would not be so has the more assistance hand in making and keep- *
scenes at a concert, many if not for the dedicated as- the minister will need ing someone in the lime-
peoplewouldbesurprised sistance of their spouse. to make things work light successful should
at the hustle and bustle Though more emphasis smoothly. be proud of themselves.
quietly taking place. It's is put on a woman be- It would be great to hear Some of the most impor-
always .a good gesture hind a successful man, some of the successful, tant jobs in the world are Dr. and Mrs. Robin Jumper pharmacy residency with
for a popular person in many supportive men are rich ministers speak a lit- those done behind the of Graceville, Florida, Samford University in
any field to acknowledge in the background assist- tie less about money, and scenes. announce the engagement of Birmingham, Alabama.
their daughter, Kara Lou The prospective groom is
Jumper, to Justin Harris the grandson of Sarah
a * Walters, son of Sam and Fleshman and the late Oscar
An afternoon wit Caymans Kinks and Cubbies Barbara Spivey of Cowarts, Fleshman of Brundidge,
Alabama, and Freddy and Alabama, and the late Faye
"The tax man's taken all effective taxliability by deduct any charitable targets in the goal to lr alter . la bama, and Sara leil
my dough... moving profits overseas contributions on Form increase tax revenue. The bride-elect is the and the late Fred Walters of
And left me in my stately and escap- 1040, Schedule A. If a But we may be rapidly granddaughter of Wanda Troy, Alabama.
home." inghigh man making $75,000 a approaching a point of McDonald ,of Graceville, Mr. Walters is a 2007
"Sunny Afternoon" U.S. cor- year wants to tithe (give diminishing returns by Florida, and the late Hal graduate of Enterprise High
by Ray Davies and the Kinks porate tax 10 percent or $7,500) to increasing taxes on the McDonald of. Lumberton, School and earned a Bachelor
rates. And his church, he can deduct highly compensated. Mississippi, and Fay Jumper of Science degree in
Growing up on Chi- hedge-fund the donation and lower More taxes may mean and the late Charles Jumper of Marketing and Graphic Design
cago's northwest side, manag- his taxes. But if someone that these same folks Pinedale, Mississippi. from Troy University in 2011.
April always brought Margaret ers can who earned $400,000 have less money to Miss Jumper is a 2007 He is a 2013 graduate of the
two things: another year McDowell sometimes last year wants to tithe expand their businesses graduate of Graceville High .University of Mississippi
of frustration at Wrigley pay lower (give $40,000) and has an and hire new employees. School and a 2011 graduate of School of Law where he
Field, and the specter of tax rates on AGI above $300,000, he And this hinders eco- the University of Mississippi. obtained a Juris Doctorate.
tax day. Neither was a incentive profits to lower can still give the money, nomic growth. She attends the University of The couple will exchange
pleasant prospect. From their liabilities. And it's but he can't deduct the . Continuing to increase Mississippi School of vows May 31, 2014, at the
the looks of this year's also true that some su- contribution, taxes on top earners may Pharmacy and will graduate R.G. Lee Chapel of The
team, Congress stands a per-wealthy folks, whose A proposal is also being also actually create a with the Doctor of Pharmacy Baptist College of Florida in
better chance of suc- main source of income considered limiting what wave of outsourcing, as degree in May 2014. In July, Graceville.
cessfully overhauling the comes from investments, high-income earners can. business owners faced Miss Jumper will begin a
federal tax code than the sometimes pay closer contribute to qualified with a growing tax liabil-
Cubs do of making the to the 15 percent capital retirement accounts. One ity consider relocatingi i I c
World Series. gains tax rate than the problem with this is that in more tax-friendly cli- W iltse, W indsor
Want to really get rate associated with their not all high earners have mates like the Caymans.
depressed about taxes? income level. been salting away money
Make a lot of money. But for highly compen- in a retirement plan for Margaret R. McDowell, ChFC. AIF,
The perception that sated wage earners? Their years. Some are 30-year a syndicated economic columnist,
highly compensated tax rate just went up, overnight successes, who is the founder of Arbor Wealth
wage earners utilize mul- from 35 to 39.6 percent. have traditionally plowed Management, LLC, (850-608-
tiple loopholes to avoid There were also new any profits back into their "F ee- Only R erwed a.nvet) nt
paying their fair share restrictions on itemized businesses and who need .,Advisory Firm located near Destin.
is largely inaccurate, deductions. And even to make up for lost time This column should not be con-
especially this year. Now, investment income was in building up retirement sidered personalized investment
sometimes large, profit- taxed at a higher rate. accounts. advice and provides no assurance
that any specific strategy or Invest- " "
able U.S. corporations If your AGI is above Folks with significant ent will be suitable or profitable
manage to whittle their $300,000, you can't incomes are obvious for an investor.



Robert and Dottie Wiltse of Bauldree all of Marianna, and
Altha are pleased to announce Gebrge and Linda O'Neal of
the engagement and upcoming Bryant, Arkansas.
marriage of their daughter The'wedding willtake place
Rebekah Wiltse, to Lee Saturdaf, August 9 at 6 p.m.
Windsor, son of Ronny and (CT) at the home of the bride
Vanessa Windsor of located at 16426 NW
Marianna. Magnolia Church Rd. in
Rebekah is the Altha, A reception will
granddaughter of Erma immediately follow the
Walden and the late Otis ceremony.
Walden of Altha and Elton No invitations are being
and Beulah Headings of sent locally, however the bride
Blountstown. and groom would like to
o Lee is the grandson of Edna extend an invitation for all
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T hirty-three students recently completed the associate degree nursing program at Birhs
Chipola College. Graduates are now qualified to take the state certification exami- Tlyer Thomas Hrow was
nation to become registered nurses. Pictured from left are: (front) Denae Dudley of born at 3:10 p.m. on April
Marianna, Amy Smith of Marianna, Dana Barnes of Marianna, TammyWatson of West- 6 at Jackson Hospital in
vile, Clarissa Cooper of Blountstown, Angie Martin of Marianna, Sheryl Howell of Sneads, Marianna. He weighed 7
pounds, V2 ounce and was
Brianna Carter of Chipley, Christian Blankenship ofAltha, Kala Burttschell of Bristol, 19p inches long at birth. His
Ann Webb of Gordon, Alabama, (back) Nick Bass of Headland, Alabama, Satoria Godwin parents are Sierra Harrison
of Greenwood, Tamara Forbes of Grand Ridge, Zeb Shuler of Hosford, Donna Bennett and Kelly Harlow. Grandpar-
of Bascom, Stephanie Hill of Marianna, Latisha Opfermann of Marianna, Ben Pringle of Greenwood, Buddy Gainey
Sneads, Erin McKeown of Sneads, Ashley Uhrick of Altha, Brett Floyd of Altha, Kaley Reg- of Ashford and Carissa and
Thomas Harlow of Malone.
ister of Dothan, Alabama, Khrystal Whitfield of MIarianna, Tyler Pickens of Sneads, Latrice G are ae
Thomas of Quincy, Jessica Williams of Marianna, Jade Wimberly of Marianna, Kelli For- . "isa ad . . Hobby . o Make her DAY
rest of Lynn Haven, Jessica Brady of Pansey, Alabama and Tim Parker of Panama City. Not
pictured are: Phillip Perkins of Blountstown and Jordan Wilson of Grand Ridge. style earrings
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Relay for Life to be held Friday

Relay for Life is a life- have a representative on much-needed funds and neotus fundraising events
changing event that gives the track at all times dur- awareness to save lives going on. Music by disc :Starting $379
everyonein communities ing the event, from cancer. jockey Mr. Michael Colls Linton Qodwin was
across the globe a chance Because cancer never Our local event will Caughran, Christian rock born at 8:55 p.m. on April 12, Come buy
to celebrate the lives of sleeps, Relays are over- kick off Friday at 6 p.m. band Bridge perform-' at Jackson Hospitalin Mari- it's Margarita Time
people who have battled night events. Each year, at Citizens Lodge Park in ing at 8 p.m., and a local anna. He weighed 7 pounds,
cancer, remember loved more than 3.5 million Marianna. singer Trish Brannon will 10 ounces and was 21 inches 1
ones lost, and fight back people in 5,000 com- Registration for cancer also be performing. The long at birth. His parents SO
against the disease, mnunities in the United survivors will be at 5:30 luminary ceremony will are Kayla Hobby and Joshua
At Relay, teams of peo- States, along with addi- p.m. We have activities, be at 9 p.m. Godwin. Grandparents are sMatoars
pie camp out and take tionalcommunitiesin 19 music and fun for all ages Come on out and sup- Lisa and Collis Hobby of Downtown Marianna
turns walking or running other countries, gather that will be happening port some our local Clarksville, Betty and Lee
around a track or path, to take part in this global through the night. Relay teams and help us fight Godwin of Blountstown and 850.482.4037
Each team is asked to phenomenon and raise Teams willhavemiscella- back. Linda and Scott Bryant


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Tough on felons 1

F lorida's prison population has grown more than
400 percent over the past 35 years, a period in
which the state's overall population rose at a rate
just over 100 percent.
More than 102,000 people were imprisoned in /. /' 6
the state as of January 2014, according to Florida 1 . ,
TaxWatch. I
TaxWatch's interest, is that state spending on correc- . a
tions grew 1,200 percent over the same 35-year period
to $2.4 billion.
A new report by TaxWatch's Center for Smart Justice
places part of the blame on over-criminalization.
The report highlights a number of nonviolent of-
fenses that are listed as felonies under Florida law,
carrying years long potential prison sentences.
A college student who uses fake identification in
Florida is committing a third-degree felony, carrying a
penalty of up to five years in prison.
So is some who accepts a bet on a sporting event, *
obtains credit with an expired credit card or passes a
bad check worth $150 or more.cdc1 1 Former ust ce takes thelong view
The state is particularly harsh on drug offenses. Buy- v
ing more than 20 grams of cannabis or any amount of
a controlled substance other than cannabis are also ta par, I ran into a friend ought to be changed," Stevens told
third-degree felonies. who retired a few months Toobin.
Sfelony conviction can limit someone's job and ago after a stellar journalism Stevens proposes allowing Con-
housing prospects. career inWashington. gress to force states to participate
In Florida, it also means the person loses the right to "How's it going?" I asked, in background checks. He would
vote or hold office. "I'm still trying to figure out how limit the right to bear arms by
One in 10 Florida adults - and nearly one in four to be retired," he said. "I start every adding five words to the Second
African-Americans here - cannot vote because of a morning going over what I don't Amendment: "when serving in the
felony conviction, according to a 2012 report by The need to do that day." No commute M. arshaMercer militia."
Sentencing Project. downtown ... no speed-reading Stevens still holds the admirable
More than 1.5 million felons were disenfranchised in the newspaper ... no worries that idea that the primary duty of some-
Florida, that group found. something is taking too long, he to where he thinks the court has one in public office is "to make
said. gone wrong. He makes the case impartial decisions, iot motivated
This prize-winning journalist for change through an almost by personal profit or personal gain
Gainesville Sun looked sheepish, as if he'd been put impossible route, amending the or advantage" to his or her political
out to pasture instead of liberated. Constitution. party.
In America, you're nobody unless His proposals on the death When he read a newspaper story
Futi ty of Guanto wrong, and gerrymandering are making in 2011 that benefited Democrats,
l atLearning to be retired shouldn't waves. But Stevens concedes that he was incensed. In an interview.
mean learning to be obsolete. none is likely to become part of on, Stevens called
Snother week of hearings at Guantanamo, another Consider the retirement of John the Constitution soon; eventually, the redistricting plan "outrageously
series of jaw-dropping revelations and rulings Paul Stevens. You may have caught maybe. Give him credit for taking unconstitutional."
S.that underline the futility of the whole enterprise. the former Supreme Court justice, the long view. He proposes to prohibit gerry-
That the system isn't working has long been obvious, who just turned 94, on the media His book began to take shape mandering - legislators drawing
Now the tragedy is turning into farce. interview circuit. He's a soft-spoken after the shooting massacre of state and congressional districts
Exhibit A: The disclosure that the FBI allegedly tried to gentleman who favors bowties - schoolchildren in Newtown, Conn., with the goal of boosting the politi-
turn a member of the defense team for 9/11 defendants and civility in an age of the rant. in December 2012, he told Jeffrey cal strength of the party in power.
into a confidential informant, spying on colleagues on His new book is "Six Amendments: Toobin of The NewYorker. Reading and reflecting require
behalf of the U.S. government. How and WhyWe Should Change "I read a newspaper story that time. They're the first things we
Did the FBI not realize that by doing so the agency the Constitution." said the federal database of throw overboard in our multitask-
was damaging the trial procedure at Guantanamo (such Nominated to the court by Re- criminal records might be incom- ing lives and the last we retrieve
as it is)? Did it really believe it could flip a member of publican President Gerald Ford in plete because of a decision of the when daily pressures relent.
the defense team and keep it secret? No wonder some 1975, Stevens became one of the Supreme Court," Stevens said. Working or retired, we all could
skeptical family members of 9/11 victims believe the court's most reliable liberals. He The court had ruled in 1997 that benefit from thinking about the
whole thing was a deliberate effort to derail the hear- resigned four years ago after nearly the federal government could not country we want. Whether you
ings. What else are they to think? 35 years on the bench and wrote a make states participate in back- agree or disagree with Stevens, his
Army Col. James L Pohl did the only thing he could, memoir. ground checks for gun sales. ideas deserve the same serious
issuing a bench order to anyone who ever served on After taking time to read news- "I thought if that decision might thought he has given them and
the defense teams of the Sept. 11 case to find out if any papers and other publications and be responsible for a situation like intelligent debate.
of them indeed were approached and asked to sign a to reflect on the court's rulings the one in Newtown, they ought to
nondisclosure agreement about the contact. The no- when he was in the minority, change it. That got me to thinking Marsha Mercer writes from Washington.You
tion that you can commit an illegal act and get away Stevens turned in his latest book that there had to be other rules that may contact her at
with it by making the other party sign a nondisclosure .
agreement is itself farcical. Inspector Clouseau would Will Obamacar losers t its winners?
approve. \ Will Obamacares losers outvote its winners..
The upshot is another delay in an absurdly long pro-
cess. This is the 10th round of hearings for the 9/11 de-
fendants since the five accused were formally charged BY BRYON YORK actually a single person Obamacare itself. people each impacted a
(finally) two years ago The Washington Examiner in America who's been "When carriers con- bit differently." That's hard
If a violation occurred, it could require reappointment When it comes to the harmed by Obamacare," verted their old policies to to quantify and turn into a
of a new defense team, setting the process back yet politics of Obamacare, Mother Jones' Kevin Drum Obamacare-compliant, it neat political argument.
again for who knows how long. . there's really only one wrote in February. was typical for the insur- We know more about
Prolonged incarceration without formal charges, question that matters: So who has, in fact, been ance company to increase Obamacare's beneficia-
evidence withheld, limited access by the public, defen- How many Americans are harmed by Obamacare? costs about 35 percent ries. First there are the
dants subjected to torture after their capture, severely benefiting from the new The first question, of to comply," Laszewski roughly 3 million low-
limited rights to object by the defense, hunger strikes,' health care system, and course, is what "harmed" says. "That increase could income people added to
etc. Now government spying on the defense. All this how many are hurting? means. But let's define it as come in the form of higher the Medicaid rolls (even
and more is what passes for justice at Guantdnamo, and Problem is, we know more anyone who faces higher premiums, more co-pays though it is not clear how
it is only thanks to a series of U,S. Supreme Court rul- about the first part of the premiums, or higher de- and deductibles, and nar- manywould have quali-
ings for the defendants that matters aren't even worse. question than the second, ductibles - adding up to rower networks. A carrier fled for the program had
At this rate, it looks less and less likely that the 9/11 Obamacare's advocates a total higher cost - and/ might have only increased Obamacare never existed).
defendants will ever be brought to trial, and victims have pushed hard against or a narrower choice of rates 15 percent but then In any event, they have
and family members will have to wait a very long time ,Republican attempts to hospitals, doctors and created a narrow network coverage - if not actual
to have their day in court, unless Congress were to, say, highlight Americans who prescription drugs than worth another 25 percent, quality health care - and
create a conventional federal district court down there. have been particularly they had before. For them, for example. Even when ' it's all paid for by the
Fat chance. hard hit by the new law. health care is a more ex- they did the above, some taxpayers. Then there are
The frustration of family members of the victims is all "There's plenty of horror pensive and troublesome individuals might have the people who receive
the more infuriating because the federal criminal-jus- stories being told," Senate proposition than it was seen a 15 percent decrease federal subsidies to buy
tice system has shown time and again that it can handle Majority Leader Harry before Obamacare. and others a 50 percent health coverage through
suspects accused of terrorism. Reid said in February. AUll Everything we know increase - many demo- Obamacare's exchanges.
Hundreds of cases have been tried across the coun- of them are untrue." about the system suggests graphic issues skewed the When President Obama
, mostly in NewYork federal court, with judges and Those advocates have there are millions of Amer- rate result. So, getting any announced recently that
jutry, mostly rendering guilty vfederdicts in virtually all significand hit back so hard that it icans in that position;, but simple 'it went up 34.7 8 million people have
cjues rendermg verdictssignificant appears they are trying to how many? "There is percent' answer just isn't "signed up" for coverage
And that is another eminently practical reason that discredit the notion that no hard number," says possible." through the exchanges,
etwhole Gusantrnamo project should be shut down: It anyone has been hurt by health care analyst Bob The bottom line, ac- that means perhaps 6.5
twholeGuantsnwo amoproectshouldbeshutdown: It the system. "I'm begin- Laszewski. The reasons cording to Laszewski: "We million have actually paid
oThe Miami Herald * ning to think there's not are as complicated as have literally millions of for it.

Letter to the Editor

Let's continue to support our school facilities and technology
Dear Editor, in support of the half-cent done for Cottondale High port of the renewal. will not increase as a result nology for our schools.
The town of Cottondale sales tax. School and Cottondale El- I want to emphasize of this referendum. Thank you.
was inadvertently left off We certainly want to ementary School. again. This is not a new "Make Cents for Kids" -
the list that Jackson Coun- thank them for the resolu- I would like to thank tax. and please vote yes to con- STEVE R. BENTON
ty School Board wanted to tion and the recognition voters who have already It is continuing what is tinue what is in place to Jackson County School
tl ,nXfo their resolution Pf what the s~es' tax has marled in a ballot in sup- in place, and your sales tax support facilities and tech- Superintendent

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McKinnie Funeral Home will be by cremation with special affection for her Brown Funeral Home Cottondale, FL. and Jennie Gladys was a former Pink
5304 Bowden Hill Road James & Sikes Funeral church family and was a 1068 Main Street Logan and husband Lou of Lady at Jackson Hospital,
Campbellton, FL 32426 Home Maddox Chapel di- charter member of Eastside Chipley, Florida 32428 Tallahassee, Fl. Nana, as and a lifetime member of
Phone: (850) 263-3333 recting. Baptist Church. She en- 850-638-4010 she was affectionately Trinity Baptist Church in The family will receive joyed fishing with Junior known by her grandchil- Marianna.
friends from 5 pm until fu- and visiting with her many dren and great grandchil- She was preceded in
Tube Beachim neral time at Maddox friends and beloved family. Mary dren, left a legacy of .6 death by her husband, Wil-
u cChapel. Her happy smile could al- E l b grandchildren; Virginia liam Douglas "Strick"
James & Sikes ways brighten a room and Elizabeth Seay Fleener, Josh Logan, Katie Stikland.
Funeral Home will be missed. 'Clunan, Kim Lee, Gabe Lo- Survivors include two
MaddoxChapel Polly was preceded in Mary Elizabeth Seay, age gan, and Rachael Briggs, sons, Darrell Strickland
4728 Lafayette Street death by her parents, Ed- 89, passed from this life plus ten great grandchil- (Debbie) of Marianna, Ron
Marianna Florida 32446 ward and Lillian Lucille Friday, April 25, 2014 dren. Services will be held Strickland (Lisa) of
850.482.2332 Bennett Hunt, one broth- peacefully and surrounded at 4 P.M. Monday, April 28, Crawfordville; two daugh-
8 er, Larry F. Hunt; her aunt, by her loving family at 2014 at Piney Grove Baptist ters, Brenda Benton
Edith Whiddon. Chipola Nursing Pavilion Church with the Rev. Roger (Chuck) of Ft. Walton
Julia V. She is survived by her in Marianna, Fl. She was Robinson Officiating. Inter- Beach, Kathy Vice of Ma-
husband, Junior Richards; born in Orangeburg, S.C. ment will follow at the rianna; brother, Billy Ray
Holmes one son, Mark J. Richards on December 20, 1924 to Piney Grove Baptist ElmoreofLilbum, GA.; sis-
and wife, Marie of Bascom; Fred Raymond and Mary Church Cemetery. , ter, Sybil Jones of Jackson,
Julia V. Holmes, 90, of grandson, Mark J. Richards Alice (Carson) Hutto. Mrs. Visitation will be held 1 AL.; 11 grandchildren, 19
Funeral Services for Tube Mobile, AL, formerly of II of Marianna; one broth- .Seay was married to the hour prior to the service. In great-grandchildren.
"David". Beachim will be Marianna died Friday, April er, Edward Earl "Jaybird" late Loyid Seay in 1943 and lieu of flowers, donations Funeral services will be
held 2 p.m. April 27th at 25, 2014 in Mobile. Hunt; niece, Jeannie Ann moved to Jackson County can be made to Piney at 10 a.m. Monday, April
St. Michael Missionary Funeral Arrangements and Gary Dean of Marian- coming from South Caroli- Grove Baptist Church for 28, 2014 at James & Sikes
SBaptist Church 1885 Jack- will be announed later by na; extended family in- na. She retired from the the music program. Family Maddox Chapel with Ro-
son Rd, Jacob City, FL. Mr. James & Sikes Funeral cludes Estelle and Jason State after more than 30 and friends may sign the land Rabon officiating. In-
Beachim will lie in repose Home Maddox Chapel. Whiddon of Marianna; years at Sunland Training online register at www.bro terment will be in Pinecrest
at the church one hour pri- grandchildren, Shelley and Center and the Jackson Brown Funeral Memorial Gardens with
or service time. James & Sikes Ryan Hoffman of Alabama, House. She enjoyed her Home of Chipley is in James & Sikes Funeral
Funeral Home Austin Allen of Malone, garden, flowers, and chick- charge of the arrange- Home Maddox Chapel di-
Maddox Chapel Conrad and Crystal White ens. ments. recting.
4278 Lafayette Street of Georgia, Bunny and Seth Mrs. Seay was a member m Sis The family will receive
Marianna, F 32446 Badoin of Compass Lake; of Piney Grove Baptist James & Sikes friends from 6-8 p.m. Sun-
James & Sikes 850.482.2332 great-grandchildren, So- Church. She was active in Funeral Home day at James & Sikes Mad-
Funeral Home phia Hoffman, Coral, Chloe the church, singing in the Maddox Chapel dox Chapel.
Maddox Chapel and Conrad White II, Bar- choir, working with Vaca- 4278 aayette Steet Expressions of sympathy
4278 Lafayette Street Polly Amn rett and Syler Badoin. tion Bible School, and pre- Marianna, 32446 may be made online at
Marianna, Fl32446 Funeral services will be senting Christmas and Eas- 0.4.
850.482.2332 Richards at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 27, ter programs. In addition 2014 at Eastside Baptist in to church activities, Mrs. .i *i
Marianna with Rev. John Seay volunteered for sever- Gladys
PollyAnn Richards, 82, of Rollyson and Dr. Steve al years at the Washington
Tommy Gene Marianna went to be with Canada officiating. Inter- County Convalescent Eugene
Jesus on Friday, April 25, ment will be in Greenwood Home with Joann and
Hagan Sr., 2014, at her home with her Baptist Cemetery with Royce Hasty providing a Strickland
husband, Junior Richards James & Sikes Funeral song service. She always
Tommy Gene "Pop" by herside. Home Maddox Chapel di- had a ready smile a mis- Gladys Eugene. Strick-
Hagan Sr., 71, of Sneads Mrs. Richards was born recting. chievous twinkle in her land of Marianna died Fri- Artistic Designs UnimitedInc.
died Thursday, April 24, a Dellwood Florida to Ed- The family will receive eye. She loved the Lord and day, April 25, 2014 at Jack- Your Local Florist and Gifts
2014 in Panama City. warkd and ille Hunt. She friends Sunday, at 2 p.m., was a faithful servant. son Hospital, she was 87. 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna
Funeral services will be for 42 and-a half one hour prior to funeral She was survived by her Gladys was a native and 850-372-4456
at 6pm Monday, April 28 ar Dr.M.B.Davis Sr. service at the church, son: Thomas L. Seay and lifelong resident of Jackson Michael's Toggery
2014 at Maddox Chapel where she was known and Expressions of sympathy his wife Judy of Cottondale, County, she retired from Funeral AppropriateAttire
with Rev. Jimmy Wright of- loved by all Her special may be made online at Fl., 2 daughters: Martha *Citizens Bank after serving 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna
ficiating. Memorization b to her family cannot Toole and the late Bobby of many years as a bank teller. 850-482-8647
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A ir Force Airman Stephen E. Foxworth graduated from basic
// military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Anto- SUBMTTEDPHOTO
. sio. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program r ackery Edenfield, 8-year-old son of Mac and Katricia Eden-
that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force field of Grand Ridge, recently competed in the Area A 4-H
core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. L.JHorse Show in Marianna. Zack is a member of the Gadsden
Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an as- County 4-H Saddle Club.inGadsden County. He will be going to
sociate degree in applied science through the Community College of Tampa on July 9-12 to participate in the State 4-H Horse Show
the Air Force. Foxworth is the son of Sandra and Calvin Foxworth of against hundreds of other 4-H kids around the state. He qualified to
Cottondale and grandson of Bettie Foxworth of Chipley. He is a 2010 go to state competition by the number of points he achieved com-
graduate of Chipley High School. peting in the Area A 4-H show.

Local winners at 18th annual Paratransit Roadeo
The 18th Annual driver limits, improve with an awards ban- 7 and 8. As the sec-.
RTAP Paratransit driver skill levels, and quet to recognize the ond place winner in
Roadeo was in Day- provide an opportu- champions in both the cutaway division
tona on April 4 and 5. nity to learn from their the van and cutaway/ LindaAttawaywillalso
The Paratransit Road- peers,. Training oppor- small bus divisions. travelto St. Paul for the
eo is an opportunity tunities are available As Florida's Paratransit national competition,
for Florida paratransit for contestants to take Roadeo Van Division sponsored by JTrans.
drivers to gain recog- advantage of before winner, JTrans driver JTrans was recognized
nition for their driving the contest. Skills are Tommy Griffis earned and also received rec-
skills. While there are tested with a written *n all-expense-paid ognition for having
awards for the top fin- exam, and then par- trip to compete as the the highest cumula-
ishers, winning is not ticipants face the chal- Florida representative tive score in the van
the primary reason for lenging course com- at the National Para- and cutaway divisions SUSMmore0To
the competition. It is petition. The weekend transit Roadeo in St. with a combined score Van Dlivsion winner is JTrans driverTommy Griffis,and second-placewinner in the
an opportunity to test. event is culminated Paul, Minn. on June of 1526. cutaway division is JTrnns driver Unda Attaway.

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Covenant hospice to offer free workshops for children
Children ages 5-14 dren an opportunity to quired, and the deadline
will discover their cre- become creative artists isWednesday.
ative spirit by participat- and help a charitable The sessions will be
ing in the fourth annual cause by painting and filled on a first-come,
Junior Flower Pot Project, decorating terra cotta pots first-serve basis, with
a companion event to for Covenant Hospice's a total of 12 spaces per
Covenant Hospice's signa- Garden Gala," said Jenni- session.
ture fundraiser, The Gar- fer Griffin, Development To obtain an applica-
den Gala. manager for Covenant tion, contact Jennifer Grif-
Two workshop oppor- Hospice. fin at 482-8520 or Jennifer.
tunities are being offered: The junior flowerpots griffin@covenanthospice.
The first is from 9 a.m. to will be displayed as silent
noon Saturday and the auction items at the ninth Covenant Hospice is a
second session is from 1 annual Garden Gala on SUBMITTEDPHOTO
to 4 p.m. June 14, and proceeds will not-for-profit organiza- Children from last year's workshop showing how creative they can be.
to 4 p.m. June 14, and proceeds Will tion dedicated to provid-
Both workshops will be benefit the compassion- dedicated to provid-
held at Covenant Hospice, ate programs of Covenant ing comprehensive, com-ad Chuf Ch
4215 Kelson Ave., Suite E. Hospice, helping care for passionate services to
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children to learn about nesses and their families during times of life-limit-
helping other� while hav- regardless of their ability ing illnesses.
ing fun. to pay. For more information I
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present brief, age-appro- with refreshments, flower or to make a hospice in-
priate educational high- pots and art materials quiry, call 482-8520 or vis-
lights about the hospice provided. it www.covenanthospice.
program. "It offers chil- Preregistration is re- org.

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Platl retired from those pursuits the way to a gig ,they have somehow, have never been.. . ..
and went back to school. a mishap and end up as a divulged in a story about
From PageA He holds a couple of bach- ghost band. It's been a chal- the show, and that won't
rom ageA elors' degrees and a mas- lenge working the timing of change here. When there's 3 ACADEMY AWARDS .
The Altha actor, David, ters degree from Troy with the music to the action and a little drama surround- GREGORY PECK
Culpepper, said he's enjoy- a theater focus. Instead of the dialogue." ing a particular produc-
ing the music in rehearsal spending his retirement As for Parker, she's very tion, Parker usually hits the ...... I1 ':
and enjoying the process of years fishing, he decided curious and ready to see road to sit in on the piece. A(T3 ) ': TO ki ll
fleshing out his role. He de- to throw more energy into the show. This won't be the There's no such drama to 1 1:: ' 1I o kl a
scribes that character, Mr. acting and has been happi- first time she's gone to a draw her this time around, 'i I OCKng
Oscar Mozell, as "a crabby ly engaged in that first love production of her award- but the lure of the music
old pig farmer who doesn't for some time. winning play through the and its potential effect on
like anything or anyone." A man who generally en- years; it has certain con- the show made it a must-
Culpepper spends a lot joys life, he said his "Sec- troversial aspects that, go trip, she said.
of time in Marianna, say- ond Samuel" character is ,
ing he thinks of Altha and an opposite. The challenge The Plot Set in 940s eo lghe inhabtants of ts
Marianna as "suburbs of of becoming someone sleep uh t e r the funeral
each other." He has family completely different is part 'irnt bilovecitizensSeco amuel'teilsa gentle tale
here, and expects some of of the challenge he enjoys faltow life when h icher suddn
them at the show. in theater, and he's relish- a . Td thgh the eyes d memos e
A veteran of the Navy, he ing this role. He said ticket cha gd t e
has a long history in local holders won't be disap- as they deal with 25ye-d et ealed o
theater, including some pointed when the turn up etr e n ida Bu Par 'Y IUt i or
time on the Chipola Col- for the show. ad drama it . li usic i
lege stage. He has also act- "Don't go expecting basic
ed in several Florida State fare, becauseitwillsurprise er o 0
University student films. you. It's a treat for the eyes
Gulpepper was a boat cap- and the ears," he said.
tain for several years, run- Part of that treat has to do able oni , o by c
ning red-flag barges up with the Pure and Simple 9 040 ffle is opn
and down the coastal wa- sound, he said. For Perry, d locat inde,
terway, and for a couple of who does a great deal of the laohSUBMITTED PHOTO
years taught English as an arranging for the band, the imeI oenirs mnil "Second Samuel" playwright Pamela Parker stands in front of
adjunct at Chipola, where experiment in theater has ph ta her "To Kill a Mockingbird display, which she set up in homage
he had gone to school years been rewarding. "We're re- nt d d te a to one of her favorite fellow authors, Harper Lee. Parker, who
before. allyhaving a bal with it," he ei ngC is a lives in north Georgia, will attend the production of her play
After a heart attack and a said. "Our characters turn M ightbeing put on by the Southeast Alabama Community Theatre
serious physical injury, he up in the play because, on . group.

From Page 1A '

Cook: faced a crowd re-
lated to his military service v
-41 years earlier - it was quite as
a different story. Instead of hear-
ing cheers, he'd endured jeers
when he returned home from
Vietnam in 1973. Instead of
watching flags wave against the
sky, he and his fellow returning
soldiers were doing their best to
dodge cans and tomatoes and
who knows what else.
Vietnam War protesters had
met his plane at the airport in
California, and let him know he
was no hero in their eyes.
Cook was near the end of the
pack, dressed in his civilian SUBMITTED PHOTOS
clothes, and didn't get hit by A long line of motorcycle riders from various clubs make their way down the
any of the domestic shrapnel street during the Wounded Warrior Beach Retreat on Thursday in Panama
the hostile crowd had launched City.
Accordeng hoticow he plauched C iy.T Fred Cook took this picture of a sword-line ceremony carried out at the
in their disgust. But those gre- ed it through with his supportive "Vietnam vets have never been Fred Coak took this picture of a sword-line ceremony carried outat
nades wounded him inside. It wife from time to time and said welcomed home. Cussed at, spit W
was a painful return to his home that, through his wife's support on, having things thrown at us, lot to me, not just necessarily was the one who asked Cook to'
country and to some of the peo- and through his relationship being called baby killers - that for myself, but knowing- that so participate.
ple he'd fought for so bravely as with God, he learned the mean- was our experience. This correct- many other soldiers from that After the parade, Cook and the
a door gunner and helicopter ing of faith and was able to put it ed some of that. The patriotism time were able to experience it other soldiers had some time to
flight engineer. He'd earned three behind him to a large extent. expressed wasjust overwhelmed. that day, it was really something socialize. He said their conversa-
Distinguished Flying Crosses, 11 He didn't really know how Law enforcement directed the special," Cook said. "The people tions were laced with talk about
Air Medals, the South Vietnam- much it had lived on inside, parade, the Patriot Guard and who put this on and the people how grateful and touched they
bestowed Cross of Gallantry and though, until he encountered other motorcycle groups es- who came out to support it really were by the outpouring of sup-
others. the wholly. different, crowd in corted, and we went down busy did a great thing." port.
Cook never really got over that Panama City. A day later, the U:S. 98, Thomas Drive and Har- There was one extra-special el- Cook said it had a great person-
experience at the airport. He'd experience still brought tears to rison Avenue. There was a crowd ement to the day - Marianna's al impact on him and is some-
known that the war wasn't popu- his eyes and, in talking about it, almost the whole way. There was Eastside Baptist Church pas- thing he'll never forget. He said
lar, but he hadn't imagined the had to pause more than once to a military group standing in for- tor John Rollyson, an Air Force it's beginning to replace some of
level of anger he's see first thing let emotion and the lump in his mation, lined along the fence. chaplain in the Reserve, was the hurt he's held in heart for the
on the ground at home. He talk- throat ease down.. It was something that meant a chaplain for theoretreat. Rollyson last 40 years.

From Page A A
an occupied vehicle. On
June 17, Denkevitz, Craig
Frederickson, Terry Gibbs
and Jessica Mock were
traveling on I-10 from San
Antonio to North Caro-'
lina. Denkevitz, Gibbs and
Frederickson were riding
motorcycles while Mock
was driving behind them . ..
in a pickup towing an en-
closed trailer.
Shortly before entering
Jackson County, the group
was passed by aFord pick-
up driven by Ronald Haney,
with his girlfriend and her
teenage daughter, on their
way to KeyWest. Jackson County Sheriff Lou Roberts (right) talks with one of
Something happened to his investigators as authorities began to sort out the factors
spark an angry reaction PHOTOSBYDEBORAHBUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN involved in a road-rage incident last year.
from Frederickson directed Prosecutors say a motorcyclist shot at the driver of this'truck during an altercation last June .
toward Haney, and Haney at the Sunoco gas station on State Road 71 at Marlanna.
sped away to avoid further
conflict. his motorcycle and fired filed a motion March 12 pants," he stated. "Rather
The groups separated a shot at Haney's truck. asking Wright to dismiss than looking for where
and lost sight of each other, Haney continued trying to the charges against him Gibbs was located, Den-
but Haney then exited onto drive offand hit Gibbs and because he believed he kevitz kept shooting and
Highway71 to get gas. Gibbs' motorcycle. Gibbs was protecting Gibbs from chased the truck and fired
While at the pump, his was thrown to the side, but Haney and in an effort to rounds in a reckless man-
truck was spotted by the the motorcycle became stop Haney from dragging ner at the occupants of
motorcyclists, who drove lodged under the pickup, Gibbs as he was driving a vehicle who were only
across and surrounded with Haney frantically try- off. Denkevitz claimed he trying to flee a second en-
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Fla. floating-home battle not ended by high court

The Associated Press noted that the home sold which he was led out in
for only $4,100 before it handcuffs. Lozman was
NORTH BAY VILLAGE, was destroyed. The win- charged with disorderly
- A Florida man won a ning bidder was the city conduct, trespassing and
precedent-setting victory itself. Still, the officials said resisting arrest without
last year when the U.S. Su- in court papers that Loz- violence, but Palm Beach
preme Court agreed with i ~t man had ample opportu- County prosecutors ulti-
him that his floating home t nity to prevent its destruc- mately dropped the case.
was a house, not a vessel by tion, including bidding on Lozman seeks unspeci-
covered by maritime law. e it himself at an auction. fled damages in the civil
But so far the ruling hasn't "He should not be re- rights case, including com-
helped him secure com- warded for a total loss that pensation for his floating
pensation for the home, was completely avoidable," home. He also says he in-
which a city seized and de- said Jules Massee, one of curred $250,000 in legal
stroyed using the laws that p the city's attorneys, in a fees and costs in the long
govern ships at sea. court document. appellate fight.
A judge refused in March Fort Lauderdale-based The city contends he
to give homeowner Fane U.S. District Judge William should again get nothing.
Lozman a single penny of Dimitrouleas - who had Its lawyers say there's no
the $25,000 bond posted by previously sided with the evidence the city ever had
the city of Riviera Beach to city before the high court a formal policy to harass or
pay for Lozman's home in overturned the ruling de- intimidate him and that it
case he won. Now Lozman cision - refused in March was Dimitrouleas who ap-
is seeking compensation to give the bond money to proved the floating home's
through a separate civil Lozman. sale and destruction.
rights lawsuit he filed in THE ASSOCIATE PRESS "This judge doesn't de- "A municipality should
2008 before another judge. Fane Lozman pulls his dock away from his home floating in the waters near North Bay Village, cide the law of the land. not be held liable for ac-
The lawsuit claims that Fla., as he returns to the shoreline. Lozman caught legal lightning in a bottle last year when the The Supreme Court does," tions over which it was no
Riviera Beach city officials U.S. Supreme Court agreed with him that his floating home was a house, not a vessel covered Lozman said in an inter- control," the Riviera Beach
conspired to harass him by maritime law. But the justices haven't had the last word: Lozman is still fighting for compen- view. "It's a slap in the face attorneys said in court pa-
and stifle his free-speech sation for the home, which was destroyed years ago. The Fort Lauderdale-based federal judge of the Supreme Court." pers.
rights and eventually whose decision on the floating home was overturned, U.S. District Judge William Dimitrouleas, The battle now is joined A hearing is set for May
try to evict him from a city refused earlier this year to give Lozman any of the $25,000 bond posted by the city of Riviera before a different federal 19 that will determine
marina and destroy his Beach to pay for Lozman's home in case he won. judge on Lozman's civil whether the case ends or
home - because he vocal- considers it his mission who make their homes on Beach for eviction from its rights lawsuit, in which he proceeds to trial, which
ly opposed a major private to fight what he considers the water as well as busi- marina. Then, the city de- claims the Riviera Beach would take place in Octo-
marina project pushed by government corruption nesses such as floating clared in 2009 it was a ves- City Council decided in ber. Lozman is now living
the city. and waste, documenting casinos. Different laws ap- sel and that Lozman had to a closed 2006 meeting to with his dog and cat on a
A hearing is scheduled his efforts on his personal ply to vessels and homes, leave unless he could get it start a "campaign of ha- larger, two-story floating
for late May on the lawsuit, website. with homeowners receiv- registered as such. Eventu- rassment and retaliation" home near Miami, but is
and Lozman has vowed The Supreme Court's ing some protection from ally that dispute wound up against him over the ma- determined to see through
not to let the matter drop. 2013 ruling on his floating seizure under state laws in in federal court, leading to rina project dispute. the case related to his pre-
The lanky 52-year-old, home was seen by legal ex- Florida and elsewhere. the Supreme Court ruling. That included, he says, vious dwelling.
who served in the Marines perts as an important prec- Lozman's 57-foot floating When it came time to his improper arrest while "A jury is going to need to
and made millions as a fi- edent in maritime law for home was first unsuccess- settle the $25,000 bond is- speaking at an open City determine the value of my
nancial trader in Chicago, thousands of other people fully targeted by Riviera sue, Riviera Beach officials Council meeting, after floating home," he said.

Fake shuttle mirrors man's unfilled dream as a child

The Associated Press Ryan tried to find a good
home for the shuttle, but
SATELLITE BEACH -An no one wanted to pay to
8-year-old boy tiptoed si- move it, a job only a crane
lently down the stairs of his could handle. He stripped
parents' home in a three- toggle switches and seats
stoplight town to switch on and anything inside. The
the TV. His eyes wide in the materials went to whoever
dark room, Chuck Ryan would take them.
watched a rocket blast off In recent years, Moth-
to the moon. er Nature has compos-
It was 1972, and he may ted much of the wood that
have been living in a tiny formed the shuttle's nose.
Michigan town known for Today, only the crew quar-
canoe racing, but he was ters remain, a rotting, sog-
really a child of the Apollo gy mass of particle board
program. and peeling green paint.
He wanted to be the men Birds have nested among
he saw in pictures in a book the support beams. Wasps
on his parents' shelf: Crew have claimed corners and
cuts. Cocky smiles. Silver i ,, pjert(n T ir, ss Brazilian pepper trees are
suits as they climbed from The shuttle Resolution, once a north Merritt Island landmark, sits deserted in a field off North Courtenay Parkway, slowly dete- climbing in, too. The shut-
spacecraft into jet fighters. riorating from the elements. Stacey Barchenger stands inside the cockpit of the orbiter. tle is slightly hidden beside
"They were always smil- a road frequented by space
ing," Ryan said of the as- at California Polytechnic a part-time job pulling if the agency wated a rep- has gone into this is that center workers.
tronauts. State University in the ear- weeds and cutting back lica shuttle. He spent 10 I did get it to them," Ryan The black letters of Reso-
He eventually worked ly 1990s. brush for local businesses. years asking. said. lution! on the starboard
at NASA, but Ryan never There, he created a club In one of the moves, a One day, the firefight- Ryan finished building side now read: "Resolu".
earned one of those iconic called SPAN: Support & crane hoisted the clam- ing contractor at Kennedy the shuttle while living in The peeling plastic letters
suits. Promotion for the Activi- shell-shaped flight deck 10 Space Center called. They a semitrailer on the primi- on the port side read, per-
Instead of a moon mis- ties of NASA. NASA donat- feet in the air to put it on a would use Resolution as tive 30-acre site. He ate haps ironically: "solution"!
sion, he launched a nearly ed an old motion simulator truck bed. a training facility if Ryan oranges he found on the A sign for Atlantic Mort-
20-year "romantic swash- to CalPoly. The students It crashed onto asphalt could get it to Florida. ground in nearby groves gage Services of Satellite
buckling mission" of a thought: Why not build a below. The wood splin- Ryan's decade-long proj- and cans of vegetarian Beach leans against rub-
man with a dream and a full flight deck? tered. Steel joints caved. ect had a mission. He add- chili. He got a job stocking ble near the shipwrecked
machine. At an open house for pro- Hanover tried to per- ed an exclamation point to shelves at Publix. shuttle.
Ryan built his own shut- spective students, the sim- suade Ryan to give up. the name: Resolution! The site became a stop- Atlantic president Dan
tie. A 15-ton titan that in ulator shook and rattled "Bill thought the whole Preparing the shuttle to ping point for tourists and Overstreet owns the land
its heyday stopped tourists and rumbled. SPAN mem- project was pushing me to move took months. Final KSC employees driving up where Resolution! rests.
and admirers. bers built a console with the raggedy edge ofsanity," preparations for the 3,000- State Road 3. Then came He said he's looking for a
But, like Ryan, it never switches and headsets that Ryan said. "There was no mile trip took 10 days the wind and rain of' ropi- space-related use for the
left Earth. piped in actual launch ire- quit. But there was lots and and 10 nights. H-lanover cal Storm Fay in 2008. Wa- shuttle. He doesn't want to
As a kid, Ryan climbed cordings. They mounted a lots of sacrifice. The shuttle flew out to helfp, and they ter seeped through seams destroy it, calling it a "local
water towers and once dug TV to it, showing images: was my misltress, and the ibattled a fierce Santla Ma- of Resolution! and crept to fixture.
a massive hole behind his clearing the towel;r, shoot- girlfriends didn'tl like Ihal." ria, (Calif., valley winld that thigh-high outside. Ryan's romantic mission
house, a hole he imagined ing toward the stars. H-lanover mnarried and whipped protective plastic "It was like trying to build turned into "mission im-
as an underground lair Ryan watched the smil- fathered eight children from their hands as lhey a ship while at sea," Ryan possible." He is 49 years
where he could tinker with ing students. He thought: while Ryan spent dlay and wrapped the shuttle. Inl the said. lie was repairing the old, lives in Minnesota and
projects like homemade Why not build a cargo bay? night building the pseudo pouring rain, they busted storm-soakedshulttlewhen plans to return to school to
hovercraft and a hand- Why not build a full-size spaceship. their knuckles on foot-long a tornlado spun through, finish his degree. IHe still
built boat with outriggers. replica shuttle? "I was the one of my bolts alttaching the pieces ripping fiberglass panels wanls to be an astronaut.
"His parents knew that School administrators friends that most wanted to the railcar. from the shuttle's wood- "1 was miserable; physi-
they just could not con- thought "students are sup- to be married growing up, Before departing to the and-steel frame. Ryan rode cally and emotionally mis-
tain this guy," longtime posed to do little student and now I'm the last bach- Sunshine State, a friend out the twister clinging to a erable," Ryan said of the
friend Bill Hanover said. things," Ryan said. "That's elor," Ryan said. "I'm not gave Ryan a plaque. It says: ladder inside. project. "But my soul was
"He had too much energy, what I didn't want SPAN to jealous of them because 1 "He who says it is impos- "1 kind of yelled to God, always happy. I felt like I
too much passion, a desire be. I didn't want us to do always felt it will happen, sible shouldn't interrupt he "You take this shuttle 1 was fighting the good fight.
to know anything, from a something little. I wanted eventually." who is doing it." inch off the ground and 1 1 felt like I was doing some-
time he was very young." it to be meaningfull and His only regret is not In 2005, the train hauling gel astronaut wings!" lRyan thing only 1 would do. That
When he turned 18, Ryan used by NASA." spending more time with three two-story-tall chunks said. I was in the right place."
took $300 and his small Construction began in his father, who died during of the shuttle's crew comn- After the storm camne the -leiswritingabookabout
wedge of a sports car, a themid-1990s. Companies the project. partment chugged into cannonball that sank the NASA and building Reso-
Triumph TR-7, and steered donated use ofsheet-metal Ryan was lonely and KSC. ship. Tl'he end of thel shuttle lution!. Maybe, Ryan said,
west. His first blue-and- shops, thousands of toggle called Hanover daily. Resolution! was part of program was nearing. the book could become a
yellow California license switches, fiberglass, wood, When the shuttle was in NASA's fleet. There was no need to movie. -He's considering
plate read: ACE NASA. He tons of steel and hundreds the strawberry field, Ryan Mission accomplished. train in a shuttle anymore. naming the book after that
volunteered with NASA of gallons of paint. lived in an abandoned Briefly. NASA dismissed Ryan's mutt, Sin Suerte.
and eventually spent time As years wore on, fewer double-wide nearby. He The Columbia disaster Resolution! Withoult luck.
at three NASA centers. students showed up to had onepowercord. H-e let of two years earlier had
Mostly he did desk jobs: help. Ryan never earned gallons ofwater heat in the heightened liability con- _o _r Rep
building databases, doing his degree. He didn't return trunk of his car so he could cerns, and NASA asked Expert Jewelry Repair
drafting work and creating to work at NASA. shower. Ryan to linish the shuttlle Co S
manuals. The shuttle had to be Ryanbefriended amangy off site. lie moved it twice C 'me See,
But his dreamwasto soar moved from CalPoly to mutt named Lucky, though again, first to near Shullttles
tospace. an airplane hangar. Later, "he didn't look it." Ryan BIar and eventually land-
Poor eyesight, though, it would be displaced to called him "Sin Suerte." ing east of North Courte-
meant he likely would not an industrial yard, then a That's Spanish for "without nay P'arkway aboul a mile
earn pilot wings. But those strawberry field. luck." south of Ihe space center,
wearing spacesuits and Ryan lived off berries Ryan named the vessel where it remains today. E 11RS
soaring to space were also from the field and cans Resolution, a backup name "The only solace I have
scientists. Ryan enrolled in of vegetarian chili. When for the orbiter Endeavour. in the amount of suffering ,4 ,,,t
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Tigers top Pirates for title
BY DUSTIN KENT title run Thursday with a 9-4 win blow for the Pirates, staking the over the second-seeded Sneads Tigers to a 7-2 advantage.
Pirates in the district champion- Another RBI hit by Tyreek Sum-
BLOUNTSTOWN - After un- ship game. ner capped off the inning to put
likely football champions Cot- The Tigers, who got to the final BHS up by six runs, with Sneads
tondale and equally improbable game by beatingCottondale 10- answering with two runs in the
basketball champions Sneads, 2 in the quarterfinals and top- sixth off of an error and an RBI
District 2-1A added another seeded Wewahitchka 6-4 in the double by Trent Moats to make
layer to its growing reputation semifinals, used a six-run fifth it 8-4
for postseason unpredictability inning Thursday to blow open a Chasen Roulhac reached on
Thursday night. tie game. an error to lead off the top of the
KRISTIE CLU/FLORI DAN The Blountstown Tigers, the An RBI single by Dylan Lee put seventh for BHS, stole second
Ryne Danford (2) looks up as the ball sails over the third baseline and lands No. 4 seed in the tournament Blountstown up for good at 3-2, and third arid scored on an error
foul in the game against Blountstown on Thursday night. Blountstown beat after going 7-5 in league games with a three-RBI double by Der-
Sneads 9-4to win the district title. during the season, capped off its ek Eberly proving to be the death See TITLE, Page 2B


Panhandle champs

Cody Lanford (6) throws to first in a game against Northwest Florida State on Friday night at Chipola Field. Chipola won 13-5 to clinch the
Panhandle Conference championship.
SChipola thakes title with emphatic 13-5 C tor

BY DUSTIN KENT Those guys have been in some big games "We were glad to get ourselves in and they thrive in those situations."

position to have it in our hands and I Sophomores accounted for 10 of the
i ah ipola Idias were alrey going ss team's 12 hitsand drove in 11 of the 13
the LadyChipolas willInin wr ea P a has d i, ctn

to the state tournament in Lakeland, but
after Friday night's 13-5 home win over Frdgoyig 4-for-4with ahome run thre runs
Northwest Florida State, they'll go as out- Jeff Johnson and three RBIs, and Josh Merrigan 3-for-3
right Panhandle Conference champions. Chipola head coah with three runs and an RBI.
Chipola clinched the top seed from the Danny Mars and Cody Lanford eich had,
dayatp.conference before Friday's game finished position to have it in ourhands and I was a hit, two runs, and two RBIs and sopho-
thanks to Gulf Coast State's 8-5 ltss to proud of the way the guys came out to more pitcher Taylor Lewis startedon the
Tallahassee in Panama City. start," Chipola coach Jeff Johnson saiwd mound and got tte win for 51/3 innings
But the Indians ended up not needing "We had a great first inning and ,d a lot of in giving up three earned runs on five hits
the help, exploding for six first-inning .great things and really concentrated well. ;and two walks, with nine strikeouts.
rans and cruising to the eight-inning win. That's what you're supposedgto get when
We were glad to get ourselves in you've got some returning sophomores. See CHAMPS, Page 2B

e turday wSneads Ihotbl
nPirates have eyes on '4 playoffs

dkent@ jcflorCdanocom quaterback.
After splitting time between receiver and

Vernon But second-year Pirates coach Bill Thom-
They'll begin working towards taking the as said this wek that the passing game will
final step to the postseason this fall when not be the focus in the spring.
they start spring practiKce Thursday. "We'll focus on passing in the summer
gSneads will return many of its top play- This spring we're focising on finding a line-
ers from a season ago, including its top two backer and some offensive linemen," he
rushers in Antwan Durn and Javarris Good- said. "We're dedicated tofilling the shoes of
son and the top two receivers in Deship.ante ReggieCrel and Kyle Commodre. We've
SPettus and Alphonso Brown. got most of our team back, butaReggie was
SHS also returns 13 of the 16 players who a special player, and Kyle was one of the a
were in the rotation on defense last year. best I've coached." - KISI. COUD/FnORIDAN
But the Pirates aren't without question Commodore was the anchor of the offen- Sneads' coach Bill Thomas, and players (from
marks heading into the spring, as they lost sive line for the past two seasons and Creel front left) Chris Greene, Bacarius Boykin, Bailey

Trent Jeter, and starting tight end Andy Far- See PIRATES, Page 2B Chipola College campus.
..C..............c beforeFrdaI gm f d position to have it in our hands andI

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S * * College Basketball Briefs

Im listening

As night falls, there 1l sums. They're living proof
comes a wondrous change that even the ugliest and
to the springtime woods, stupidest among us can be
a perceptible transition successful.
from sight to sound. The Whoa. What's that?
daytime matinee curtain Whip-poor-will? No.
closes and the forest Chuck-will's-widow. A
becomes a voluminous little late at night for him,
darkened concert hall, a Bobudornegy I'd think. He's normally a
Outdoors Columnist
vast venue of nocturnal late-evening bird.
sound. Sight gives way to always spine-tingling and For the first time today
the sensual stimulation of just a little scary, however I hear the creek. It's quiet
newly acute auditory fac- often I hear it and despite enough at night to make
ulties. It's a cheap ticket, its harmlessness. Why ei- that possible. Not much
requiring no admission ther screams I'm also not of a sound, really. Barely
save dousing the camp- certain. Is it courtship, self discernible; just a watery THEASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
fire and switching off the defense, or just plain fun? whisper as it flows past the Twins Aaron (left) and Andrew Harrison talk before announcing they will play college
lantern. The scream of the rabbit cypress boles. Blackwater basketball for Kentucky, in Richmond,Texas on Oct. 4,2012.The twins will return fora second
The great horned owl is is no mystery. It is the only streams are lazier than season to a stocked Wildcats squad coming off an NCAA championship appearance.
the opening act, lulling squeal he'll ever utter. those in the mountains.
the listener with his lilting The owl has hithis mark. They run thickly and a
hoot before startling him There will be fresh meat slowly, like molasses. A H arriso n
into wakefulness with a for the hungry owlets in fish strikes the surface. A
bloodcurdling screech. the high-pine nest tonight. feeding bass, most likely.
Bubo has a warped sense That is if the unfortunate Rain now. Better zip the

I suppose, after being heavy to lift. Bubo must ting wet, but I can't sleep a
driven to distraction by hurry away with his prize. that way. Sure sounds The Associated Press the improvement they made all season
enemy crows all day. Soon The coyotes have heard good falling through the and displayed what they're capable of
he quiets down and begins the squeal as well. They're leaves. Wonder how long LEXINGTON, Ky. - Kentucky twin doing on the court," Calipari said in a
his nightly rounds. Too getting closer. it'll last. Gonna play hell freshman guards Andrew and Aaron statenient. "I look forward to having the
bad crows aren't active at Low rumbling some- with my morning fire- Harrison will return for a second season opportunity to work with them during
night. There'd be hell to where in the distance. A making for certain, to a stocked Wildcats squad coming off the summer and watch them lead next
pay. Tonight the rodents spring-night thundershow- It's getting heavier. an NCAA championship appearance. year's team."
and rabbits shall feel his er. Where? Who's to say? Sounds like snare drum- Both had been mentioned as possible h s r tet ve
piercing talons instead. Atmospheric echoes are ming on the tent cloth. NBA first-round draft picks after leading o Michigan's McGary test itive
A coyote pack makes its different in the woods at Nothing but rain, though. Kentucky's march through the NCAA for maruan
presence known, far away night, hard to pinpoint. The No big wind. Not a lot of tournament. Aaron Harrison's clutch ANN ARBOR, Mich. -Michigan soph-
at first, then closer. How tree canopy makes it dif- lightning. Dry as a bone in 3-pointers that beat Michigan and Wis- omore Mitch McGary is entering the
many? Hard to tell. Three ficult to spot the lightning. here. Love Coleman tents. consin and put the Wildcats in the final NBA draft, saying he had little choice
can sound like 20. The yips No matter. My tent is a tight Always have. were set up by feeds from point guard after testing positive for marijuana dur-
and high-pitched howls one. Gan't say we really Getting sleepy at last. Andrew. ing an NCAA tournament he couldn't
are eerie, but somehow need the rain right now, I'm a little warm with the The twins said in a statement through play in because of an injured back and
pleasing. Old Songdog. An though. The leaves rustle as flaps all zipped, but it's the school were returning for another because he was facing a one-year ban.
apt nickname. The riotous the nightwind freshens. not all that bad. Be pretty shot at the title. "Last year's run was spe- "I am ready to move on to the next
crescendo peaks then Another rumble, this one humid tomorrow after this cial, but we still have unfinished busi- stage in my life and enter the NBA
fades as the pack moves gastrointestinal. Should've shower, but that's okay. I'll ness," Aaron said. draft," the 6-foot-10 McGary said in a
away. They're onto scent. eaten. I've stayed awake break camp early. Added Andrew: "I'm returning for my statement released by the school Friday.
The hapless prey, barring long enough to get hungry. It's a good night. I like sophomore season because I want to "Being a part of a program that values
a miracle, is doomed. I check my stash. Let's being alone in the woods win a national title." integrity, it is important to let everyone
Br'er Bobcat screams. Or see. Mustard sardines? like this. Lots of cool The Harrisons rejoin 7-foot centers know of a poor decision I recently made.
is it Br'er Coon? Can't real- Vyeenees, maybe?Why things to listen to out here. Willie Cauley-Stein and Dakari John- I tested positive for marijuana during
ly say. I've always found it not both? They'll fill me up No cars, no television, son and forwards Marcus Lee and Alex the NCAA tournament. We were noti-
hard to tell which is which. and maybe even attract a no people. Poythress in returning to the Wildcats. fled of that result after the Final Four.
Doesn't really matter. It's 'possum or two. I like 'pos- And no worries. Johnson and Poythress said Wednes- I regret thoroughly disappointing my
day they would stay. With two days family, coaches and administration."
before the deadline to declare their McGarywas terrific in the 2013 tourna-
Fishing Report draft intentions, the 6-foot-6 twins an- ment as a freshman, helping Michigan
nounced that they'd also come back and reach the national title game, where the
Lake Seminole to bite in the major creeks. Lake Andrews/ give Kentucky length and experience in Wolverines lost to Louisville. He consid-
A good number of bass They will hit spinnerbaits Chattahoochee River the backcourt. ered jumping to the NBA then, but in-
may still be found in shal- and chrome Rat-L-Traps Bass fishing can be fair The twins' decision pleased Calipari. stead came back for his sophomore year
low water near the sand- with some regularity. Use above the dam. Fishing "Their postseason play was a result of and was a preseason All-American.
bars. These fish may be these same baits along the pressure is light and it is
caught with plastic worms rip-rap near bridges and a good time to go early in
and lizards. Texas and culverts. Deep-running, the morning and fish the "We're learning how to play a little
Carolina-rigs are work- lipped crankbaits may clearest creeks near the ps bit," Johnson said. "Just to watch the
ing equally well. Many also be used. Stay with banks with topwater baits. From Page 1B team grow and mature and develop
bass have also moved into Carolina-rig worms and Specific lures mentioned through the year has been fun. This
the creeks and are estab- deep crankbaits for fish this week are buzzbaits, "Taylor Lewis was back throwing it group is starting to come together and
lishing a summertime on the deeper ledges and the old Devil's Horse, and like he's supposed to throw for five in- I still don't think we've played our best
pattern. For these, use work the main-lake points Zara Spooks. Deeper in nings, but I thought he got a little tired baseball by any means. But we're start-
crankbaits and Texas-rigs. where brush is present. the creeks, try crankbaits in the sixth inning," Johnson said. "For- ing to learn how play really well in some
Catfish are slow, es- Crappies are fair overall, and 6-inch worms in dark tunately some other guys came in and phases, so I hope we can continue to get
pecially on the Flint with some fish still up the color patterns. Catfisher- held it down for us." better these next couple of weeks and
River arm. Small num- creeks in shallow water. men are doing fairly well Lewis ran into very little trouble until carry it over to Lakeland."
bers of good-size cats Live minnows and brightly in the tailwaters and along the sixth inning when the Raiders broke Chipola will open play in the FCSAA
have been taken up the colored jigs can take some bluff walls. Some smaller through for four runs and was relieved tournament against Central Florida on
Chattahoochee. pretty good catches. Con- cats have been found by Jo Jo Durden, who limited the dam- May 9, and if the Indians are going to
Crappie fishing is slow tinue to check the bridges at various times above age to four runs before being replaced continue winning and rpake a run at the
and catches have been and culverts for schools the Georgia Highway 62 in the seventh by Palmer Betts, who World Series in Grand Junction, Colo.,
sporadic of late. of crappies, but dont bridge. Shad, cut bait, and worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the it will likely be the second-year players
Hybrids on the main be s rised to d the live worms are the preeighth to keep the Indians up 9-5. leading the way once again.
lake are slow, though a the e r are h r A two-run home run by Scott in the "We've got a great group of sopho-
ew cahes are rethoh a action in these spots has ferred baits. Bream fishing bottom of the eighth made it 11-5, with mores. They're great kids and I couldn't
from a few areas up the minslowed considerably. Live is slow the river. Fish on the a pinch-hit two-RBI double by Kyle be prouder for them and the team
Flint. Hybrid fishing is fair Moore ending the game via run-rule. and the coaching staff," Johnson said.
below the dam. a bobber is the preferred bottom with worms for It was another impressive all-around "That's what you do this for, to get a
Bream have been method. shellcrackers up the creeks effort for the Indians, who went 5-1 in chance to win championships. Now we
improving of late. Shell- Hybrids are fair, but an- and drift along steep walls their final six conference games to win get a chance to go down there and see
crackers are getting active glers must look for them. with crickets bluegills and the title. what we can do."
in the Flint River and Surface action is scarce, redbreasts.
Spring Creek, where some but bucktails and Rat-L- Generation schedules, pool levels,
bedding activity has been traps may tempt a few and other such information for "I think we'll get to that point faster this
reported fish early and late in the area waterways may be obtained s year."ge
o B ac d day. by calling toll-free 1-888-771-4601. While a fast start is significant, a fast
Lake Enfaua d.Follow the recorded instructions From Page 1B finish is what the Pirates lacked last sea-
Lake Eufaula Catfishing is fair and and access the touch-tone fore the inish is what the Pirates lacked last sea-
Shallow bass continue bream are slow at present. Apalachicola River System. but Thomas said the void left by the duo son, with the 35-19 loss to Vernon pro-
extends far beyond on-field production. viding a painful end to a season that held
f6) James Gang 63.5-68.5 "Those guys were special leaders and much promise after consecutive district
7) Deadwood 59.5-72.5 great team captains," he said. "We're wins over Graceville and Wewahitchka.
S) r eak ce nteiy Bunees 57.75 looking for someone to step up and lead It's a loss that neither the players nor
TEAM STANDINGS 10) El Rio 47-85 by example like they did." coaches have forgotten.
Apr2 High Team Hdcp. Game: Jason's Crew 908 The Pirates should have several candi- "It sucked," rising senior offensive
1) Downhome Dental 87-45 tHigh Game Scratch: Dale Reynolds 183 ; Justin Thomas & dates to do just that with a senior class of lineman Austin Goff said. "It was re-
3) Gazebo 83.5-52.5 Hgh Series Scratch: Dale Reynolds 487; Justin Thomas 697 12 that doubles last year's group, with 11 ally tough to be right there at it and be
4) KindelAwards 77.5-58.5 juniors and likely 12 to 13 sophomores pushed back. We're very motivated by
5) Jims Buffet & Grill 74-62 rounding out the varsity roster. that."
6) James & Sikes 69-67 TEAM STANDINGS
7) Family Dentistry 61-75 April 3 While the leadership on the field re- Thomas said he understands how
acrna Animal Hospital 58-78WL mains a question mark, the leader- driven his players are to atone for last
High Team Hdcp. Game: Family Dentistry 921 2) Hump Day 79-44.9 ship from the sideline should be much season's disappointment, but it will take
High Team Hdcp.Series: Deownhome i9Dental 2730 3) Kindel Pro Shop 73-55 smoother in Thomas' second year, with a more consistent effort game in and
High Series Scratch: Hellen Stanley 505; ynn 643 5) Kindel Awards 69-59 the coach saying that it's only natural game out to make the playoffs a reality
a6) Big Lots 64-64 that there is a learning curve in the first and not just a dream.
TEAM STANDINGS 8) 4 Shades of Grey 56-72 season after a coaching change. "We have to make our focus playing
Aprl 229) Marianne Wash ttWax 5672 "I think it took us a couple of games every single play wide open from start
1) X-Men 85.5-46.5 11) James Gang 50-78 to really understand our base offense to finish, especially in the district games,
2) Jason's Crew 76-56 12) E J Sound Machine 49-79
3) We're Back 76-56 High Team Hdcp.Series: Kindel Pro Shop 971 and defense, but as the year went on which are huge for us to be in the play-
4) Backwoods Bowlers 73-59 High Team Hdcp. Game: Kindel Pro Shop 2806 we got a lot better about understand- offs," he said. "I know these seniors want
5) Ba-Zin-Ga 67.5-64.5 High Game Scratch: Ashlee Walker 190; Jason 258
High Series Scratch: Ashlee Walker 525; Jason 734 ing what we need to do," Thomas said. to be in the playoffs real bad."

Title lowing three earned runs, the seventh, two-RBI single to left field Taylor roped a two-hit tri- Both teams will open play

while Dustin Sneads took Blountstown scored by Cade Hall to take the ple to the gap in right field in'the 1A state tournament
the loss for the Pirates af- the first run of the game lead, with the Tigers com- and tried to come home May 6, with Blountstown
From Page 1B ter being replaced by Josh in the third when Colby ing back to even the score before getting gunned hosting the Central Jag-
for the last Tigers run, Taylorinthe top ofthefifth Mullins drew a walk and in the fourth when Bryson down at the plate for the uars and Sneads going on
and that was more than trailing 4-2. later scored when Lee Horne singled and scored final out. the road to face the Paxton
enough for Lee to finish it Taylor was replaced was hit by a pitch with the on an error to ,make it Sumner and Horne each Bobcats.
out on the mound. three batters later byTrint bases loaded to make it 2-2. had three hits to lead The winners of both
The junior right-hander Clark, who went an in- 1-0. The game ended in dra- Blountstown, with Lee games will face off
went the distance for the ning and 2/3 before giving Sneads answered in the matic fashion in the bot- adding two hits and two in the regional finals
_Tigers to get the win, al- way to Kade Chatwood in bottom of the third with a tom of the seventh when RBIs. May 13.
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Now Hiring Full Time Earn an average of in Marianna& Sneads (850)209-8595
Bulk Order Filler Positions 4 K An 2BR / 2BA at Millpond $495 rent + deposit.
st 2nd and 3rd Shifts Water, sewer, lawn maint. included
GNRL EPO Mh I d h* 850-209-3970 NO PETS
Competitive Pay and Benefits Package! per month I 2BR/2BA SW & 3BR/2BA DW in Malone,
0VW HIRING CH/A, No pets, security negotiable Section 8
Please apply in person at: BE YOUR OWN BOSS - 2 A.M. to 6 A.M. NOW HIRINGCall 850-594-991 or 850-557-7719
Family Dollar Distribution Center Must have dependable transportation, CASHIERS 3/2 Mobile Home on Ham Pond Rd in Sneads
3949 FamilyDollar Parkway, i liability insurance & valid Handimart Stores CH/A, lawn care included
Marianna, Florida 32448 Competitive pay, paid vacation $550+dep. 850-592-4625
Come by and fiU out Bid at the & benefit package. 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale.
Must be 18 Years Old. Jackson County loridan, il C NO PETS. CH&A.
Equal Opportunity Employer Constution Lane Maanna FSangaree C., Starting at $500 per month
Drug Free Workplace 4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna, FL 850-482-5241 EOE. Cat O-50-m594
Du 850-482-5241 E0E. Cal 850-258-1594
* If no answer please leave message.
D iAreb n ce CSubstance Abuse Counselors N- .
- -- ------ ------- needed in Malone, Chipley, and Wewa,
WAL-MART Stores, Inc. Florida. BS or BA with 6 mos exp. 160 acres in JacksonCounty on
28K start. I Email resumes to Ernest Granger Rd.
The Brundidge Grocery Distribution Center is searching for: Parcial Timber Hunting $2600. per ac.
SFloor Area Manager orfax 850-73-6417 (Sell Full Tract) For details 334-701-6565.
Candidates must be energetic and interested in a challenging and rewarding career with S
the world's largest retailer. As a member of the Wal-Mart team, you will receive +or- Acre Farm ready for horses, cattle,
competitive wages and enjoy benefits including: merchandise discounts, 401(k), stock goats. 60x60 barn. Includes a 3 BR, 1s bath.
purchase plan, health benefits, and career advancement opportunities. HeS & $325,000. Call 850-387-5517 Joe Farris Land and
Stand Properties. Panama City MLS # 619005.
Minimum Qualifications: Associate's Degree in Business, Logistics, or related field and 1 Look ahead to your Modem home with upgraded features. 4/21�,
year supervisory experience OR Bachelor's Degree in Business, Logistics, or Related field aertraiing 2816 sq. ft. Plenty of room for family. Inground
OR 1 year Walmart Logistics Management experience OR B2 years Walmarts Logistics FORTIS for a new career in pool. 39.1 acres- 10 with timber. 25 miles to
OR year Walmart Logistics Management experience OR 2 years Walmart Logistics Medical Assisting, Dothan. MLS# 619006 in Panama City MLS.
experience OR 2 years supervisory experience. COLLEGE Medical Office Admin., $430,000. Joe Farris Land and Stand Properties.
Pharmacy Technology, Call for appt. 850-387-5517.
Send resume and salary information to: WAL-MART Distribution Center all Fortis College 85 VA43276
Attn: HR Manager, 1005 Sara G. Lott Blvd, Brundidge, AL 36010 E.O.E For consumer info: visit

Golf Cart with all new batteries
(4) $2,500. Call: 334-791-4485.

1997, 18 ft Champion Bass Boat . Custom
tral-er,10 hp Evinrude motor. Like new trolling
motor. Very fast. $4,300. obo. 334-714-4776
Ellmator All' Aluminum
Bass Boat, 50 HP force en-
gine, galvanized trailer-
new tires, all in very good
HOME IT L N S E T E S E condition, 2 live well box-
es, 4 new seats, new Humminbird fish finder
Residen PA e tial e rc a, 3,995 OBO 828-837-1314 or 828421-0998
"Residential & Commercial Ranger 1988 454V,
"Beautification of Your Home" Lawn Service * Tree Removal * Wee Timming 150 hp Black Max
Carpentry/Painting Installations * Stump Grinding Mecury, live wells,
Furniture Repai & Refinishing Affordable Prices Free Estimat -Insured Free Estimates- trolling motor, $5,000
. General Repairs . Insured FloridaP le P cs re t 334-695-4780
I( . I 850) 693-1697 593- 5 Jason 15 ft. iberglassBas Boat, 70 hp Yamaha
motor, super motor guide trolling motor, 2-fish
S* finders, good cond. $3500. 334-792-6747.
Pontoon Boat Bass Tracker 21', like new, 60HP
HINES TRADING CENTER Mecury 4 stroke engine, less than 50hrs. on
motor, built in live well and heavy duty trolling
"The Bait & Tackle Shop" motor. $8,500 770-460-9351
No Open 7 Days a Week .Starcraft 1995-
No Open 7 Days a Week Tournament 18' Boat with
ForAll Your Home 1 #p ent -e2 3 s PH. (850) 593-6346 1995 Mercury 135 HP on
72167 River Rd, Sneads, FL Galvanized Trailer. Trolling
*New Homes & Room Addiions * Flooring motor and GPS. $5,900
* Painting * Slding * Kitchen & Bathroom Upgrades ................. ................... .. . Eufaula, Call 334-695-1117.
* Custom Ceramic Shower Specialist * Porches M ]ARIANNA CITY 2844 Madison St.
- rll * Pole Bams , Concrete Driveways * Sidewalks & Slabs FARIVIER S :198Cmfot' hel Trer3t
FAE RR 28228114"7 * INSUlED Tues, Thurs, Sat 1985 Comfort 5th wheel Trailer 34th sleeps 6,
r 'i ll' ,'l:tl, ; '-] 850 5r731.880" =" RM W .mARKE'T - double bed, stove, refrigerator, AC, needs
Dozer and Excavation Work N featurng Panhande st wood rot repair $1,200 Call 334-702-1362
Now featurng Pnhndle artists crafters every Saturday
Ponds- Road Building - Demolition 1999 Winnebago35' Motor Home with one
Pine Tree Planting - Herbicide Spraying [o _ _ T_ _ _ _-._]_ _-,_-,l slide. Hashydraulic leveling system.36,000
Fire Line Plowing - Burning miles. $18,000. Call for appointment to see,
Clay O'Neal . os 50-. .o0 5 Florida Panhandle Concrmte, LL( 334-618-2534 " Travis Jones * Philllip Lizotte 2001 Bounder 37ft. 51K mi.
30+ Years Experlence .._ _ _,_ 300hp, Turbo Diesel, 6 sp,
Free Estimates/Reasonable Rates L J A.llson 300 mh auto trans.
SHouse Slabs * Sidewalks *ALL YOUR ROOFING EE DS* 7.5 generator, 2-slides, W/D lots of extras. 1997
ESE TIR Driveways & Pole Barns O I E Honda CRV tow car, all tow connections (could
850-693-5812 * 850-5N2-7216 * Metal * Shingles * Flat Roofs * Insured be included) 334-792-0552 Serious Inq.ONLY II
85 C: 057-7880 MUST SELL.! Tiffin 2003 Phaeton motor home,
... .D. Stephens Concrete Services, LLC Serving Jackson and Surrounding Counties 3 slides,.3 Tv's, diesel, queen bed, Satellite,
TRt IPLE Q many other features, some camping
3 lI QualityAffordable Concrete Work and Small Tractor Work accessories included. Selling for health
S38 Yrs. Experience * Licensed * Insured .- reasons. $68,000 FIRM 334-714-1671.
*fl* Residential & Commercial
RsdnaBus: 850-674-5887 . Pace Arrow 1999 Ford V1o0, 35 ft. Leveling
SOwned and Operated by Home: 850-674-5026 JStanfor, acks, back up camera, runs good, 86K miles,
Dwey andOperated Cell: Robert Stanfor Good tires, New battery, awning.
a/ Dewey Stephens Cell: 850-643-1723 MUSIC LESSONS $12,500 OBO 334-333-1291
850.526.1700 IT'S AS EASY Piano, Keyboard, Theory
Hours: Mon-Fri 7-5 Sat 7-1 AS - 2 - .3 (850) 209-9197 Yo oset ColectSoi
2978 Pierce Street * (behind Tim's Florist) 1. CALL 2. PLACE YOUR AD 3. GET RESULTS _____". _l __________

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S REDUCED 2008 Grand LF160462 LF160465
* i Junction 5th wheel CALL FORTOP PRICE The US. Environmental Protection Agency,
35TMS exc. cond., FOR JUNK VEHICLES JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Announces the First Five-Year Review for
Insi e & Out, 3 slides,JU V IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA the United Metals, Inc. Superfund Site,
King MBR, 2 AC's, I ALSO SELL USED PARTS CIVIL ACTION DIVISION: Marianna, Jackson County, Florida
. CASE NO.: 32-2013-CA-000086
3 $24.500 OBO 24 HOUR TOWING v 334-792-8664 Purpose/Objective: EPA is conducting a
S334-774-9060. CITIBANK N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR WACHOVIA Five-Year Review of the remedy for the
Se S t LOAN TRUST 2005-SD1 ASSET-BACKED United Metals, Inc. Superfund site (the Site)
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-SD1, in Marianna, Florida. The purpose of the
Plaintiff, Five-Year Review is to make sure the selected
Sell us your semi OR Junk car. vs. cleanup actions effectively protect human
Truck, semi's, semi trailers and RUBY W. TRUETT, et al, health and the environment.
farm equipment. Defendant(s).
Chevrolet 2002 Trailblazer LTZ - 4WD. FREE Pick - Up 7 days a week Site Background: The 180-acre Site s
Blue. Loaded with all options: LTH, power sun 7 days a week 7am - 8pm 334-200-6487. NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 surrounded by farmland, woods and wetlands..
roof, 17" wheels, Bose radio, climate control Title or no Title u to what the law allows. The Site includes about 24 acres where a
AC, power seats, running boards, controls on NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant to a Final battery reclaiming facility operated from
steering wheel, tilt, cruise, heated seats, On Judgment of Foreclosure dated April 15,2014, 1979 until 1991. Facility operations included
drives great. $5,cid . rothsa n iu . t i ir and entered in Case No. 32-2013-CA-000086 of reclaiming lead from batteries, shredding
drives great. $5,500. Dothan 334-671-3059 Gota Cunker the Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial CIr- the battery cases and sending the materials
O FR S E We'll be your Junked r cult in and for Jackson County, Florida in which off site for further processing. Following the
S-We buy wrecked cars Citibank N.A., as Trustee for Wachovia Loan neutralization of liquid battery wastes in con-
Buick 201 2 aEnclave V and Farm Equip. at a Trust 2005-SD1 Asset-Backed Certificates, crete basins, site operators.discharged the
'ikenew with012 nly 16K.. fairand h tpric! Series 2005-SD1, is the Plaintiff and Ruby W. waste to an unlined holding pond. Facility
Like new with only 16K fair and honest price Truett are defendants, the Jackson County operations contaminated soil, sediment and
miles. Never wrecked or $ Cplte : Clerk of theCircuit Court will sell to the highest" ground water with various metals, including
S smoked in. PW, PD, power CALL 334-714-6285 nd best bidder forcash In/on at the North lead, cadmium and antimony. EPA placed the
seats, 3rd row seat, dual - 0 *. *-.. .14-6t 8 .-.. .J Door of the Jackson County Courthouse, 4445 Site on the Sup'erfund program's National
Chevorlet 2000 Blazer LS V-6, automatic,all County, Florida at 11:00AM CST/12:00PM EST
Cpoever, runs &B drives great o $29PO. on the 5th day of June, 2014, the following Cleanup Actions: EPA selected the Site's
poer, runs & drives great. $29p . described property as set forth In said Final remedy in the Site's September 2006 Record
334-797-7420. Judgment of Foreclosure: of Decision (ROD) and updated the remedy
Chevrolet 2005 Aveo: Silver, 82k miles, 5 speed in an Explanation of Significant Differences
manual trans., one owner, good condition, COMMENCING AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER (ESD) in2010. The final remedy consisted of
$2,700. under KBB value. Call 334-714-1237 . OF THE NORTHEAST ONE-QUARTER OF SEC- monitored natual attenuation (MNA) for
Chrysler 2004 Sebring LXI Convertible - Black. TION 34 AND RUNNING THENCE EAST A DIS- contaminated ground water and solidification/
Chrysler 2004 Sebang LXi convertible- Black. TANCE OF 50.00 FEET, THENCE SOUTH 00 DE- stabilization for contaminated soils. The
CD Player, Leather Interior, New Transmission, GREES 12 MINUTES EAST, A DISTNACE OF remedy also included a cap for treated soils,
Runs Great, Awesome for summer. $3,000. 185.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; removal of contaminated structures and
145,000 miles. Contact Chad at 423.943.2530 llA ilNlTJI THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 35 MINUTES EAST, wetlands restoration. EPA completed two
Ford 2004 Mustang GT Coupe: black, V8 5 LF1M6048 A DISTANCE OF 182.50 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 00 short-term cleanups, or removal actions, at
S speed, 99k miles, 6 disc CD, run great$6,000 . DEGREES 12 MINUTES EAST, A DISTANCE OF the Site in 1996 and 2006. Construction of the
OBO Call 334-797-7420 IN THE CIRCUIT CIVIL COURT OF THE 160.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 35 long-term remedy started i 2009 and finished
Ford 2012 Mustang low miles,under warranty. FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MINUTES WEST, A DISTANCE OF 182.50 FEET; in September 2011. The remedy also calls for
Ford 2012 Mustang, low miles undevr warranty. OF FLOURIDA, IN AND FO JACKS COUNTY THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 12 MINUTES ground water and land use restrictions.
$250 down $279 per month. CalSteve 33491- FLORIDA, IN AN FORJACKVISION COUN WEST, ALONG THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY OF Ground water moitoring is ongoing.
8243. Case No. 32-2013-CA-000301 FLORIDA HIGHWAY NO. 69, A DISTANCE OF
160.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.SAID Five-Year Review Schedule: The National
ASSOCIATION QUARTER OF NORTHEAST ONE-QUARTER, SEC- actions that result in any hazardous substan-
SPlaintiff, N TION 34, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 8 WEST, ces, pollutants or contamiriants remaining at
SPlaintif * JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA. the Site abbve levels thatallow for unlimited
S use and unrestricted exposure every five years
vs. A/K/A 1988 PORTER AVE GRAND RIDGE FL to ensure the protection of human health and
n l Sv �SUMMER LYNNE ELLIOTT AND UNKNOWN 32442-3924 the environment.The first Five-Year Review for
TENANTS/OWNERS, the Site will be completed by October 2014.'
Honda 2010 Accord, 4 door, Real Sharp $250 Defendants. Any person claiifYing an interest in the surplus
Honda 2010 ccord, 4door, Real Sharp! $250 Defenans. from the sale, if any, other than the property EPA Invtes Community Participation in the
down, $249 per month. Call Steve 334-791-8243 NOTICE OF SALE owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must Five-Year Review Process:
Honda 2012 Civic, 4 door, low miles, under war- file a claim within 60 days after the sale. EPA is conducting this Five-Year Review to
ranty, must sell. $200 down,$239 per month. Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Final Judg- evaluate the effectiveness of the Site's remedy,
Call Ron Ellis 334714-0028. ment of Foreclosure for Plaintiff entered in this Dated in Jackson County, Florida this 15th day and to ensure that theremedy remains protec-
cause on March 7, 2014,in the Circuit Court of of April, 2014. tive of human health and the environment. As
Honda5 Accord cause on March y, i, wil se the pircuit rt part of the Five-Year Review process, EPA staff
2005.Hybrid, 2 tone sua n Jackson County, F losrid describedr Clerk of the Circuit Court Is available to answer any questions about the
gray/silver color, 1 owner, ituated in Jackson County,Floridadescribed ackson County, Florida Site. Community members who have questions
98K miles, 30-36 mpg, as: about the Site or the Five-Year Review process,
great cond. $9549. A PARCEL OF LAND IN THE NORTHEAST QUAR- By:Tammy Bailey or who would like to participate in a communi-
334-389-3845 or 334-393-7606. TER OF NORTHEAST OF SECTION 28 DESCRIBED Deputy Clerk ty interview, are asked to contact:
Kia 2013 Optima, low miles, under warranty,. AS COMMENCING AT THE INTERSECTION OF Albertelli Law
like new. $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron THE NORTH LINE OF SAID NORTHEAST QUAR- Attorney for Plaintiff Joseph Alfano, EPA Remedial Project Manager
Ellis 334-714-0028. .. TER OF NORTHEAST QUARTER AND 'IHE EAST P.O. Box 23028 Phone: (404) 562-8933
Lincoln/Mercury Tracer 1991 with 44K miles AND NEAL'S LANDING PUBLIC ROAD AND GO (813) 221-4743
original miles, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue SOUTH ALONG SAID EAST LINE 256 YARDS TO (813) 221-9171 facsimile L'Tonya Spencer,
matalic paint, 4 new tires $4500.334-701-0010. THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE GO EAST 60 eServce EPA Community Involvement Coordinator
Mitsubishi 2004 Eclipse 124K miles, automatic, YARDS; THENCE SOUTH 60 YARDS; THENCE JR014021F01 Phee (404)562-8463 ) -3
sunroof, new tires $5500. FIRM 334-596-9 WEST 60 YARDS TO EAST LINE OF RIGHT OF (toll-free)
sunroof, new tires 5500. FIRM 334-596-9966. WAY; THENCE NORTH ALONG SAID EAST LINE f you are a person with a disability who needs Email:
Toyota 2013 Corolla, fuIll warranty, must sell. 60 YARDS TO THEPOINT OF BEGINNING, OF any accommodation In order to participate in
$200 down. $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334- SECTION 28 TOWNSHIP 6 NORTH, RANGE 8 this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to Mailing Address. U.S. EPA Region 4, 61 Forsyth
714-0028. ": .. .... WEST, IN JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA. ' you, to the provision of certain assistance. Street, S.W., 11th Floor, Atlanta, GA 30303:8960
Please contact theiADA Coordinator bymail at
MOTOR CYLI ALSO: PARCEL 1 P. . Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 or by Additional site information is avairable at the
COMMENCING AT AN EXISTING CONCRETE phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days Site's local'document repository, located at the.
2007 YamahaV Star 1300 Toug: 10,500 miles MONUMENTMARKINGTHE NORTH EAST COR- before your scheduled court appearance, or Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green
new tires, many extras, black & chrome, wind- NER OF SECTION 28, TOWNSHIP 6 NORTH immediately upon receiving this notification if Street, Marianna, Florida 32446, and online at:
shield & bags $5900 Cash Only. Call 931-303- RANGE 8 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA; th e time before the scheduled appearance s
4658 THENCE NORTH 90 DEGREES 00 MINUTES 00 les than seven (7 days. If you are hearing Im- n/florida/unitmfl.html.
SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF paired, please call 711.;
2011 Harley Davidson Super Glide Custom SAID SECTION 28, A DISTANCE OF 422.55 FEET I , l NO
cool blue pearl & vivid black, garage kept, TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT SET ON THE
11K mi. _Driving lights, passenger back rest, EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF COUNTY LF160457
luggage rack, quick release windshield, ROAD #164 (TIMBERLANE ROAD); THENCE
anit-theft system with/pager, cruise pegs, oil SOUTH 02 DEGREES 24 MINUTES 08 SECONDS IN THE CIRCUIT CIVIL COURT OF THE
* -$12,900 334-598-0061 Absolutely Original!! POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE DEPARTING AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY
Harley Davidson 2002 NUTES 00 SECONDS EAST, 170.44 FEET; THENCE Case No. 32-2013-CA-000228
Sportster 1200 - SOUTH 00 DEGREES 44 MINUTES 13 SECONDS
Suzuki 2003 Volusia 800 excellent condition, GREES 24 MINUTES 08 SECONDS WEST, ALONG vs.
$2800. OBO 850-209-3951 or 850-209-3952 SAID LINE, 24.94 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
row captain, SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF Notice is hereby given, pursuantto Final Judg- IN THE CIRCUIT CIVIL COURT OF THE
sunroof, towing pkg. $9,000, 334-740-0525 SAID SECTION 28, A DISTANCE OF 422.55 FEET ment of Foreclosure for Plaintiff entered in this FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Ford 2010 Explorer . Eddie TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT SET ON THE cause on March 7, 2014, in the Circuit Court of OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY
r a u2010 Explorer. Eddie EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF COUNTY Jacksonr County, Florida, I will sell the property CIVIL DIVISION
Bauer Edition. 3rd row seat. ROAD #164 (TIMBERLANE ROAD); THENCE situated in Jackson County, Florida described Case No. 32-2013-CA-000180
S Clean, locally owned. Well SOUTH 02 DEGREES 24 MINUTES 08 SECONDS as:
Roomy,quiet interior. Rugged SUV/truck-based SAID LINE AND RUN NORTH 90 DEGREES 00 MI-. TION 12, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 10 WEST Plaintiff,
body-on-frame. Healthy tow rating. $16,590. NUTES 00 SECONDS EAST, 180.00 FEET; THENCE AND RUN THENCE NORTH 1300 FEET; THENCE
Call Stephen 334-435-3344 SOUTH 02 DEGREES 24 MINUTES 08 SECONDS EAST 562.5 FEET; THENCE S890 32'E A DIS- vs.
Chevy 2013 Silverado LT, 6,000k miles, 2 wh.dr., SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID LINE, 147J5FEET 12, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 10 WEST, Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Final Judg-
fully loaded, white, extended cab, $33,900 OBO, TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA. ment of Foreclosure for Plaintiff entered in this
* 334-687-7702 cause on March 7, 2014, in the Circuit Court of
and commonly known as: 4566 TIMBERLANI' and commonly known as: 4837 FLYNT DR, MA- Jackson County, Florida, I will sell the property
Ford 1995 F150: 8ft bed, very good condition, RD, BASCOM, FL 32423; including the building, RIANNA, FL 32446k includlng the builldng, ap- situated in Jackson County, Florida described
runs and rides great, pictures available; $2,800. appurtenances, and fixtures located therein, at purtenances, and fixtures located therein, at as:
Call 850-526-2964 or 850-557-2523 public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for .
Jeep 2001 Wrangler Sahara: 5 speed manual, cash, Sales are held at the north door of Jack- cash, Sales are held at the north door of Jack- - NORTH 1/2 OF BLOCK D, DEKLE AND SMITH AD-
fully loaded, 33k miles, excellent condition, son County Courthouse, on May 8, 2014 at son County Courthouse, on July 31, 2014 at DITION TO THE CITY OF GRACEVILLE, FLORIDA,
$11,900 Call 850-258-3148 - - . 11am. 11am. AS PER PLAT RECORDED IN THE OFFICE OF THE
SToyota 2010Tacoma Any persons claimlng an interest in the surplus Any persons claiming an interest In the surplus COUNTY, FLORIDA.
SR5 White, 2 wheel from the sale, if ahy, other than the property from the sale, if any, other than the property
-- drive, 4 door V6, tow owner as of the date of the lis pendens must owner as of the date of the Ils pendens must and commonly known as: 5361 SMITH ST, \
package, new Michelin file a claim within 60 days after the sale. , file a claim within 60 days after the sale. GRACEVILLE, FL 32440; including the building,
t ires, Excellent appurtenances, and fixtures located therein, at
condition. 46,000 miles. $22,800. Dated this 12th day of March, 2014. Dated this 11th day of March, 2014. pbllc sale, to the highest and best bidder, for
Call 334-693-4987 or 796-5919 cash, Sales are held at the north door of Jack-
TIITY TILER 6x10 by Trailer orld 213 Dale R.Guthre Dale R. Guthre son County Courthouse, on May 8, 2014 at
by Trailer World 2013, Clerk'of the Circuit Court � - ClerlKof the CircuIlt Court * lam. ;
custom built in cabinets, carpet, swing down
,-. back door, NEW spare tire and wheel, overhead By: Tammy Bailey By: Tammy Bailey * . Any persons claiming an Interest in the surplus
insulated, Like New $1400. FIRM 334-441-7884 Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk from the sale, if any, other than the property
OR 334-585-0180 . owner as of the date of the lis pendens must
Utility Trailer - enclosed 7ft. wide, 7 ft. tall Edward B. Pritchard Edward B. Pritchard file a'clalm within 60 days after the sale.
& 11 ft; long, with4 ft. drop ramp , good for (813) 229-0900 x1309 (813) 229-0900 x1309
motorcyclesor lawn service $1,800. Kass Shuler, P.A. Kass Shuler, P.A. Dated this 12th day of March, 2014.
Call 850-579-5174 - P.O. Box 800 P.O. Box 800
Tampa, FL 33601-0800 Tampa, FL 33601-0800 Dale R. Guthrie
* h - Clerk of the Circuit Court

(813)229-090 x1309
AUTO BODY & RECYCLINOG 34 3122 Kass Shuler, P.A.
Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 F T a FL 3s6e1s-I asslaw.co8

6 B - Sunday, April 27, 2014 Jackson County Floridan CLASSIFIEDS

Case No. 322013-CA-000595 SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES 850-209-907
MIDFIRST BANK 4630 Hwy. 90 * Marlanne, FL 32446 Call Us For All Your
Plaintiff, (850) 526-28 91 Real Estate Needs
VS. fea 01.h Ios Independenttly Owned ald Operated
VS. SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER /2 Brick home close
screened back porch just
CAPITAL ONE BANK (USA), N.A., AND UN- back porch just
KNOWN TENANTS/OWNERS, eRealtor te right size for relaxing
Defendants. 850109.8071 or entertaining. Home is located on Meadowview Road, close to schools, College, shopping and hospital. This updated home is just the right size
and ready for you to move in! Call today for an appointment to see this
NOTICE OF SALE Be thome. $119,000 MLS# 249224
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Final Judg- au p ad ubde d A Home bina Camellia Acres
ment of Foreclosure for Plaintiff entered in this 3 BR / B A community This home has a
cause on March 7, 2014, in the Circuit Court of home located eautul andscaped yard with
Jack- C , F , h e ll deck and porch on the back to
Jackson County, Florida, I will sell the property on large half enjo the quiet neighborhood.
situated in Jackson County, Florida described W/t . 4 Split floor plan with Large Master Bed and Bath and Three large Bedrooms with two
acre yard. full baths. Formal Driing Room and Breakfast Area. Kitchen custom cabinets. Marble
as: MLS# 249502 * $33,000 Fireplace and Built-in Book Shelves. Perfect home for entertaining. So many beautiful
knW S Qel, t iurl o fe, l r �4 things with the beautiful home. $282,000 and considering all Offers. MLS# 247640
-W o H- f 30W.-InA 4341 Southwood Dr. Marianna $85,000 MLS# 249485
SE 1/4 OF SW 1/4, SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 4 T R m MOTIVATED SE ER! This 4/3 Brick
NORTH, RANGE 10 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, 3R- d A po hwi o R/2.5 B euhome s novn ieadwh man
FLORIDA, THENCE S 2002'57" W 391.79 FEET TO Irn 1 o.. hi oediti ' M h / 2 Master suite with master bath
THE SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF PILCHER A N THE"N S ' a " i s and beautiful tiled walking shower.
STREET, THENCE S 8828'5 E ALONG SAID MU 24941 $74,000. , Ranch Style Lrgo iving rom with fireplace.
STREET, THENCE S 8828'50" E ALONG SAID M # 24941 * $74,000. home that sits Large bedrooms. Kitchen was remodeled and updated with new cabinets and appliances. Enjoy
RIGHT OF WAY 361.06 FEET, THENCE OS 130'00" h OI nah s a O the lurge deck that goes across the back of the home. Nice neighborhood - ust waiting for you and
W 195.20 FEET, THENCE S 88031'27" E 105 FEET im induw 3sr . km/2Bd eII on 20 acres your family. orkshop that has lots of mom and electricity. Go by and see this beautiful home on
In lr sid ng Sylodiitio, oflng I wih lots of McCal Lane in Marianna. MLS# 249507
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE S 12with lots of ccat-ninarwha.mSl2osSo
1O30'00" W 210 FEET TO THE NORTH RIGHT OF ena nt Ho . F. n hIs been ,.ln l/h
WAY OF COOK AVENUE, THENCE S 88031,27, E ..!W, ,n extras including a 200+/- tree pecan orchard. 1336 INCOME POTENTIAL! Income
ALONG SAID COOK AVENUE 105 FEET, THENCE rode e ,r 2009. Th hom, in, McKeown, Chattahoochee S268,000 MLS# 249001 property with a little m history!
. .this beautiful site n The owners
N 1 N30'00" E 210 FEET, THENCE N 88"31'27" W MLS# 249075 * $169,90 this beautifuol site. The owners
105 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. Pn* ld 38*d Nomh N e have begun renovations on the
H- 6.1d h t p, Adk ,4BR/2.5 BA property, placing firewalls to
C1i, I Co Ge-t.. ito. 4B R/2.5 A create nine separate residential units. The building's structure consists of three wings
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL- p .,, OI approximately 3,770 to 4,800 square feet with a central section (approximately 3,650
LOWS: W-.. Brick Home square feet) that served as the school's auditorium. This property could be used for
LOWS: MAner , d = oedu g =t church, facility or just rental property Owner will consider all offers. MLS# 248685
I& w w boc, pom .111 right across
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF *8 d 1xs*d A.l i ='A" frm the cu sa aI Iv
THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 MLS# 249077 *$143000 C built 2000sre 20foot
OF SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 10 Ed McCoy, ptt Colle 7 College Dr. G e Mnufsacured home on
WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND Realtor Baptist ( lleapx . 4 nacures n a pavedo
THENCE N 88049' W 843.60 FEET; THENCE S50) 573198 $77,900 MLS# 249127 road - a great place to
1030' W 225.00 FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT C.ow(80 liver Located in NorthJackson County close to the Alabama State Line,
OF WAY LINE OF PILCHER AVENUE; THENCE Beautifu this home is in a perfect spot for those who travel between Marianna
CONTINUE S 1c30` W 195.00 FEET TO THE POINT emccoy0 B e a u t fand Dothan. Call today and let us showyou this beautiful home. Priced
CONTINU E S 130 W 1950 FO T TO THE 1POINT mcoy02 M unique, older to sell, owner says bring all offers. MLS# 248922
OF BEGINNING; THENCE S 88031'27" E 105.03 2 __________
FEET; THENCE S 1O30'00" W 210.00 FEET TO THE IlMARIANNA - l 3 home located
NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF COOK in downtown 1995 DW Mobile Home
AVENUE (AN EXISTING COUNTY GRADED npo s mon, $rap4, dob hiple y. with large living/dining2 h
ROAD); THENCE N 88*31'27" W ALONG SAID too le area and a large houfamily
NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE 105.03 FEET; Ikpe m fr * Wbdntaato oed F e a t u r i n g area and a large family
THENCE N 130'00" E 210.00 FEET TO THE i shm room with fireplace. Open Kitchen with lots of cabinets. Laundry
POINT OF B NNIN. M 243BR/3BA, over 3,000 sqfi heated/cooled on 1+ acre lot. o with extra storage. Great for family or for Investment. Other
POINT OF BEGINNING. O M 646 2nd Street, Chipley $144,000 MLS# 249214 MH Lots adjacent that may be available for more income.
-and commonly known as: 4470 COOK RD, MA- hIu wirh 3 beos loal in the Bring your
RIANNA, FL 32448; including the building, ap- _uanry on 20 ovn Saamr , oo__ _ or Blue Springs Plantation is
purtenances, and fixtrres located therein, at inde od hb *II , t horses or located closef othe BEAUiFU
n ueSprings State Park,
public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for ok in kild~i anddosedin f pets and Merrits Mill Pond and Lake
cash, Sales are held at the north door of Jack- poh. Amm espods jo this Seminole. These lots would
2ebe a PERFECT Place to build
son County Courthouse, on May 8, 2014 at MU# 24967 $75,000. acre a home and enjoy the Peace and tranquility Marianna has to offer. An established
11am.t CHATTAHOOCHEIE . . Subdivision, Blue Springs Plantation is a growing community wit homes already built
am. CHATIAHOO E i t with 0 and occupied. It has a Public water system, Underground Utilities, Phone, Sewer and
Ioiy bd~ k hoe wit lots of sp e Paved mads. Several Lots availableto choose from. Located on Blue Springs Highway.
Any persons claiming an interest in the surplus WtWId o a rt It tiotn oue 3BR/2BA mobile home. 5488 Blue Springs Rd.
from the sale, if any, other than the property wi be gmaed at m obi updltse Ma nna $t9 000 M S# 249305 Beautiful 3/2 with a
owner as of the date of the lis pendens must * in Mp lt he hme. C Ed MC( oy, lge familee y mo ! Lots
file a claim within 60 days after the sale. 85057-6198iformpadiewig of space and move-in
MLS# 249553 * $181,0 . Move in ready. New roof in 2014.
Dated this 17th day of March, 2014. CARYVILLE I r r e a0 t d kitchen and both bat2hs
home ocated on 6.43 ears, 3 home with renovated approx. 2004, deep lot with woods on back (concrete
Dale R. Guthrie IIm,, 2.5 8s, p s pR / 2 BR/2 A markers can be seen), backs up to 120+ acre tract with planted
pine, so no neighbors behind and quiet ones all around! This home
Clerk of the Circuit Court roorm, i fNp and so much with loft won't be on the market lon ! MLS# 249608
Deputy Clerk seitol. on beautiful Beautiful well maintained
MU# 249473 � $155,000. 1910 Historic Home in
Edward B. Pritchard 23.05 acres. 6334 Stonefield Dr. Marianna Boniway. Ithas bedreoms
(813) 229-0900 x1309 $259,000 MLS# 249346 and huge rooms. The
Kass Shuler, P.A. Ceil Powell ....................ceilings are approx. 12 feet high. It also features a large detached 2 car
P.O. Box 800 Realtor4 N i c( garage (30x40) but for your convenience there is an attached carport at
Tampa, 3the front porch. The seller is very motivated and is open to all offers. Make
Tampa, FL 33601-0800 206-718-90 B Ita.49.os this home R/.L#BA 249141 home in
2eSall 2/1 home in

LEGALwNO ICESt__ _con__ __ _ Sub. That town and Convenient to
M I N V Vever ything!W This is a great
U.S. qwy 90 nd Mn M would make home. Fenced
LF160460 Pond PfeloonaoW yard and carport. Too cute to pass up. Very affordable at $62,000 with
Frosm Reslout o Sporstg Goods a great starter home or rental. 3039 Riverview payments that will be lower than rent! Don't pass this up. MLS# 249218
IN THE CIRCUIT CIVIL COURT OF THE FOUR- MU# 24964 * $335,195 Rd. Marianna $57,000 MLS# 249423
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY ALFORD AND This listing with large fenced yard,
CML DIVISION ROUND LAKE AREA - includes a screened porch, workshop,
Case No. 32-2013-CA-000006 l l od dwMckn HUGE GARAGE deck with hot tub and
bandboaleaM on A WRd.sDie wto nbeautiful pool Ready for
U.S. BANK N Kent e of on 4 with very nice day of relaxation - enjoy your
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION waldwolerunGtMri dn 1 BR / 1 BA large family room - plant a garden - lay by the pool - work in your workshop.
Plaintiff2, 48634 $65,000 apartment and Everything is there and ready for you! Don't miss out on this home! It won't last
v s. eosr fac hon . tei vacant residential lot, all on 1.25 acres. 644 5th St. Chipley This well maintained 3
MARY ELLEN MCHUGH A/K/A MARY MCHUGH Wkcot herf thise s"W $249,000 MLS# 249501 Bedroom 2 Bath has a
dm, rdbrbl~mmm kot ofi arm. It has been
AND UNKNOWN TENANTS/OWNERS, aWah oseem,, *-- very wiell maintained. The
Defendants. w 4 R / 2 B A kitc wais updated, has
lnhntte,0ty~tlwleakrtp~fn da dishwasher, and is the
NOTICE OF SALE M # 24950 $159,900 home located highlight of this home, along with many other features. The roof was replaced
NOTICE OF SALE MR2953 $1990in g in 2012 and the Central Air and Heat unit is only about 3yrs old. T Formal Dining
and Living area, Office/Computer Room, and a great workshop garage that is
IARG IIESIDIA I OT HEARIWNI Chase Sub. 24x20 in size. In a quiet and relaxing area of Greenwood, but not too far from
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Final Judg- Be , I Aae Nmes on upper Home has town and shopping. $89.900 MLS# 249169
ment of Foreclosure for Plaintiff entered In this FRn, neor ybedroom ho w Mpionn*o s
cause on March 7, 2014, in the Circuit Court of ndMensM oun split bedroom commei building in the heart
Jackson County, Florida, I will sell the property twne Fmdndngwl ibloe. fm the aurt hous o
situated in Jackson County, Florida described MIS# 249628 * $27,139 and open floor plan with 2156 sqfi 2970 Chase Way, Mcta. s bldind ie .aude
as: Marianna $199,500 MLS# 249469 structue. Work shop space.
LOT 24, BLOCK B, WEST PARK SUBDIVISION OF Debbie Roney Smnith, Realtor.. Vt nve s rs pae op n the North side of building is accessible through a m 1
THE CITY OFMARIANNA, ACCORDING TO THE . , 4 BR / 2 BA ludesthevacantt nexttothebuildinothe rhside. MLS#249584
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JACKSON Realtor of the Year 2013 Indian Springs EXIT- Fuel/Convenience
COUNTY, FLORIDA. Sub. This store in excellent location
and commonly known as: 2948 SYLVIA DRIVE, d s i l it wye l s en ds are re aidfr
,hul earesnd. Propery home very f beach access traffic.
MARIANNA, FL 32446; including the building, wlead o be Farmed. 000 square foot of retail space and two fuel islands are ready for
appurtenances, and fixtures located therein, at North Calhoun County. spacious with an open floor plan and high ceilings. 5190 aent epsing operator. Property is inthe county where alcohol sales
public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for Close drive to Alliance Rd (lubhouse Dr. Marinonna $265,000 MLS# 249317 e pssbe seven days a week Ove 6000 vehLes pass this cati
cash, Sales are held at the north door of Jack- in Jackson County.................... .. ...e h.O.$ 59..2 3
son County Courthouse, on May 8, 2014 at MLU# 249594 * $161,000 Nice 3BR/2BA Ireenield Subdivision - This
11am. eI Ic , t h' lri= ImI t dt, ahedl home including an be your property to build
Any persons claiming an interest In the surplus home. Brick hfote iho e s ie forml inaver nicesubdivi ionE .close
'from the sale, if any,.other than the property .wd bu nga in amIl Oand dining to town and schools. No clearing needed just beautiful grass. Underground electric is
owner as of the date of the lis pendens must ih h ouse. The owner invenlot sai room and large alreadythere.Publicwater and seweravailpble. There are very nice homes already in
file a claim within 60 days after the sale. bk y.O.r ffrtl subdivision.Drive ndseethis lto buius MLSf249655
MLS# 249512 * $29,900 family room.
Dated this 12th day of March, 2014. B9.a eau ko reI BeaUtiful portially fenced backyard for-your petsl 1034 8th This very nice 3/2 2004
with small atrnly em. 7 ome7 Cavelier Mobile Home is
eares 22 oyora old M4O Ave, Graceville $95,000 MLS# 248759 located very close to town
Dale R. Guthrie p recently haad aprolmately 1/
Clerk of the Circuit Court inned. Central H/AC. Beauti lmiles from a public boat
ClerkftheCircuitCDe w Nice nt rch. ulanding at Merritts Mill Pond. Some repairs needed. Property is very private
By: Tahmy Bailey ge remodeled andthe onl home on this road. Just walkdown the road to MerittsMillPondf
By:Tammy Bailey Makt490. Room$5 ...n 4 B R / 2 B A Priced AS I which makes ita very good deal oo this home. MLS# 248807
Deputy Clerk MLS# 249609* $S9,9O lkefro h
Ewr Pit rHndy Man Slpalu. 0.7,5 * 45Sparat Lots Available it BleR Springs Plantation Subdivision 00
Edward B. Pritchard AC mol Comrer Location 01i Compass Blue SpringsHighway
K813 2h 0 xAPecaOn Trreer in Malone.n Lake. Enjoy * 1 Acre Loton Old US Hwy north of Hwy 162 $10,000
KassShuler0P.A. in 2008. Put in new breathtaking *10Beautiful AcresonRiverRoadnear LakeSeminole $40,000
P.O. Box 800 u nds, al &aini views of the lake and afternoon sunsets from your own back . 5 Acres off Sweat Pond Road $22,000
Tampa, FL 33601-0800 o end inauo the wallsL porch. 423 Lakeshore Dr. Alford $450,000 MLS# 249097 * 1 Acre Comer loton paved road in Compass Lake $6,000


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IndiTim San Sapp

5035 Hwy 90 Maroianna, FL 32446 SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES Broker Associate
5035 Hwy 90 Mariann, * FL 32446 SUNNY 850-209-3595
www.indianspringsrealestatelitinge.oom 4630 Hwy. 90 * Marianna, FL 32446 a Call Us For All Your
Broker 850 821 70(850) 526-2891 Real Estate Needs
Cresh Harrison, Broker* 850482-1 700 oEach OIffc. e . .,, o. IIdnd Op d * Real Estate Needs
Stacy Borges, Realtor * 850M573-1990 SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER - e ad ob 22B L * * * . US23L R has vaulted ceiling,
Juale Milesp Realtor 8504693M435 masoy fireplace, oak floors, tile,
isia oca rpee wt bdrm os wAarge walk-in
Juge Mb es, RealT or I 83 Ouida Morris - W I at edam I 8 wa
dryer. CH&A w/heat pump. Two-
REALTOR� w.. garage, screened patioa 3050
SbCOMPLETEY REMOELLE 431.5 Broker/Owner metal barn/ h 18x20 crat studio, chicken coop, all w/eectric. A new 20x38 covered
COMPLETEY REMODELLED 4 5 c3.1 fenced nd ros enced acres Price 239,000 MLS#249582
Brick home with 1532 sq ft. Updates 850-209-4705
include painting, wood & carpeting
floors, electrical wiring, plumbingL,e s MA tRIANNA
roof & well. Updated bathrooms Perfect setting for noature area - 22.5 acres of
and eat in kitchen, new cabinets, lovers tO wOa h ll thee i farmland with a 3/1
countertop & appliances! Sunroom surrounding wildlife from this ch style home Plenty of
overlooking backyardl MILS 2491 nice cozy 3 bedroom home om for farming or to raise
locoted on one acre. cattle. Property is on the edge of the Alabama line, which makes it convenient to
Dothan, or to Malone/Marianna. Home is in the process of getting new flooring/
VERY ATTRACTIVE MLS# 249457* $66,000. painting in the bedrooms. Buyer is motivated. Price $114,000 MLSO 249620
4/31/2 with almost 2700 in the count is like new
sq ft under airl Relax on has open iry design, Potential commercial
the wraparound porch, bedrooms an 2 boths. rm property with city
Large fenced backyard, Attached double garage and zoning approval first!
16x32 gunite pool. Hardwood floors on the first floorl The kitchen lice covered bock pord. This nostalgic old
is large with plenty of countertop AND cabinet spacel Large center MLS# 249433 * $99,900. a lot of TLC or can be removed for access t2 cres orie
island and breakfast areal There is an air conditioned game room or N LSI N MARIANNA - WOWI a lot of TLC or can be removed for ccess to 2 acres of prime
5th bedroom and half bath over the detached garage. MLS #248338 Evry room in this 3 bedroom PRICED FOR QUICK SALE. 15 acre's has unfinished, old 2 BR property in the City of Greenwood. Lots of possibilities! Priced
t mn tv ed tacdr e 0 ~ gS283mni oto sell or bring your best offer! Price $40,000 MLS# 249570
home has been updated and looks house and born on property. Born has attached 20x40 shed
PERFECT COUNTRY HsMEI eocellent. The reor deck is voy and two 12x12 horse stalls. Approx. 10 acre hy field. Some
Large 3/2 with over 1800 s on nice two level and has nltrh from Nice secluded 20
Saporch wa the a arge esett! masterbdroomont deck fencing. Underground storm shelter, well and septic tank. acre tract. Thee are
Large Kitchen with Huge pantry MLS# 249595 $125,000. Being sold "AS IS." $75,000 MLS #248497 no deed restrictions.
Newer central a/e unit! Some FOUNTAIN - Enjo the .........This wooded tract of
windows hone baee apaced Aquiet setttig from this almost
with double pane windows! Me n iw oe Icoted on land would be ideal for a beautiful home or it would make an
9.539 acres. Home has very excellent hunting spot. Seller will consider owner financing
GREAT BRICK HOME ON 3 ACRES nice flures inluding ireplace with 1/2 down. Bring alloffers! Price $49,500 MLS# 249581
32 with several a updates Winrd teb ofb i oo od morel
pland A/C were repac ed in 2000. Met cete pa to and parking pod.
motof. Wood burning fireplace in the MLS#249560 � $149,
B - ^ ArFmLiving rm249560 a $149,900.. PRIME LOCATION
Living room willkeep you warn in the fr hse ON BUSY fWY 90!

Large 1 acre corner lot. business here! Price $249,000 MLS# 249640
winternight! Storage shed in back wiG thR AON U YH IY
2 lean-to's. Sold AS-IS. MLS 249234 Bevemy Thomas Tove 100' of Hwy a90
RHoo o o verlooknw T 2 a0UMMERS REALTORy f ontage and

RIN THE POOL. Lovely 3/2 850 r.Y2095211 a total o 123 acres 3 pauceld bos) Plenty of space for youry
1.5 Brick hose with jsbusiness. i operty ural woos ineaeud monthstomonth and
u nder 1300 sq t! Located# 2 9does not co$13 0.vey with land. Drive by today and envision yourcr g .
Large 1 acre corner lot. business here! Price $249,000 MLS# 249640

B eautiful wood Floors in kitchen oated on 2. onesin a Gret for cdreor . $ ,500 MLS #248790
Main livIng areas Family need moe space this is the tThis 10 l acres

o0 aaktfe bthou m c homen site. Ne ntrl woods inldn some nice oak

4/5 Backth osed with justacs muDsh mo 0I 0n usptel site. o a ndc apool woodsw fined beckyd. Toeome to
under 1300 sq rf Lbcated LSc 247494 $ ft130,000. Oak floors, some covered withl strpet. One aar garage. 2.
Sn 2 cres on Hwy 77 With MARIANNA Yo wiew odhe metal storage buildings. Large shady lot is fenced in back. trees. Country living at its best! Drive bytoday! Price.
workbhopt Open floor plan Moleete at room io th 4 bedroom$0" X
with breakfast bar in kitchen lod 2.5 in t Grea for children or pets. S68,500 MLS #248790 P C
Built in enpdatesLtainmen d oopo ondmo . -2r 3BR/BA Fixer upper on pinved rod,
the ate iroom e Rne5 ty Home ha too mone in country. Some updes, doubleSouthern plantatioN

the family room. Home needs su in ig ws. ekfast bar beween kitchen resses his ean

throue hout maino me style home invin
Room. Locates but would make in Compass take Your ppoin the Hillsnt. hul sow e ao
the perrect home or renud ie restigious Indian
PRICE REDUCED s pring Sub. This
w0 sq N 1 ACRE LOT. MLS# 24870928 $5100,000. 4/2.5 00 ML# 248914
t nder airf Very nice -K 3 taeroheo O extras, including large kitchen, large R and wide hallways.
tn thm ona ue th eciiaas fa Enjoy an in-ground pool /new liner and deck. Too much to
Family room with formathrooms hoe. Yo l S be asme os tuo
need remodeling, ut can. tr theBw O nrhea Move-in G ran d Ridgey,

C podevelyoday,o 850 f i209c, os5211ly5211
your family! MIS 248418 MLS# 24419596 $10,00 high and dry, woodedaminate hoardwofrom
f LOCATED ONr MEr RITS MARIANNA acre with 149' on his 7 st. home has
MILLups i Cozm e ith riniwook rper, floors, large great
1080 sq ova er lookin oakery h e at Wi 0o 2e mom, kit/din combo, large bdrms & baths, new heat pump,
Large Backyard with deck e stryope 2-car garage, landscaped yard with fenced backyard. Close to
palmost 1300 sq for re loaxin or Kitchen t that mke to mch to listate ark and town. Price $159,900 MLS# 2479343 791
and bathr havrehad some Pooma oly Beach Locateup ad pace
updatest Living room and 2or433 pool.5 Al arop mvedonn0loaes. Greenwood - 2 or 3BR/1BA Fixer upper on paved road, I T ON

Home being sold in the AS-IS MS# 249626 $8912,000. 2000+ sq ft metal bveryday
condition. MLS 249448 insulation in ceiling and walls. Breakfast bar between kitmthen ressuresotis roomng

display room. parts display
GRACILLE CITY LIMITS Jean Sims nd dining frontroom. Front porwarehouse and dek on back of house uique waterfront
Nice 32 with 2356 ost and Realto on 7 acresme w/addigorgeou propviewr. Thi 32 ha big40+ acres. Prop views numeromus
1900 sq IIt Front porch to Realtor� Three pecan trees. Selling "AS IS" S29,900 MLW249517 each bedroom, new carpet, boat dank, a deck, 2 workshops, paved
relax on. Hur.wo.d t.oor 850-718-63 ................. ......... driveway, secluded from man rad. Eoy fishing boating, diving,
on 1.50 acres Family roo 85557479 etc. d at $495,Offers Pri ce239000 MLS# 248162
areas! Living room Plus aCATTLE FARM! 121
Family roaml Appliances edn lot MARIANNA Lmrge
stayt Fireplace in Lining isidentioml ast on othed roSd Sot h Oaks
Room. Located on 3/4 acreake in the Hil.
Puroae iledes antlel amen ies, the tohs, h
WATSON HEIGKTSII Large access to 2 lakes, clubhoaise, khful crown
4/3.5 Brick home with over swimming and morel modog mp ,amshedpawawlage po urpose room. Priced
2300no sq t under air located on at ML 248914with
1.23 acres! Below ground Pool MIS� 248708 $5,000.
wish nice patio area! wood MAIANNA - Wel mantaned
buoming fireplace, Huge Kitchen fenced, two fish pportunIty to
with center islandf Large Late. e c a Ni c w maintained 2 /2BA home in city a
ramipy room with Sq Ft.ormal Living MS#24 46 schools, hospial and shopping. Playhouse in back wi
and six" sysein hoGran Ridge
and Dining! Needs some TnC. witistond 160mi5 wind pineiane, nme nicen mostly
waporchha overooking waterlopond hel g. of ce,530 medical officestly
DOWNTOWN LIVING IN MLNe 249S96 a$I ,,. high and dry, wooded nproperty! Not far from
4/on2 1/2 2 story home with forPONCE D LEON youtoday! Price $50for Or. $75,000 MLS #249639 5 exam rms, 3 baths,# 248919
over 1900 sq ft under air. The need aeaaondo3b bedrmkohne,
master bedroom is on the first , bs hit! Them is 27 wars, featu.n
floor and all other 3 bedrooms in esre dondin potu, Mariann Approximately he- are lot witExec. 149' n This 176 . home has
are ustairs. This home sits rmining Ex. inded, rgecoe producer orrn, a new r ownof, heat pump,

all the extras. M ILS 248849 MLS# 249343 * $199,900 kithen. Bautil
T r FOUNTAIN - Build your house being sold "AS IS". $67,500 MS #247182 bamboo hardwood floors. 1as 2 brms bt can easily e reverted back to
GREAT POSSIBILITIES ior on home 3 bdrm. Has a 2535 steel wrkshop on concree floor, roll-up door & 220

in rom,a f airen needs some .TLC.
this 4/2 BrIck home with ..s5.r.lotthotisotfof-... ... wired. Alsoua t0x12 concreat ploor gardenshad. Fenced-in backyard. Too
almost 1300 sq ft. Open floorthru out MLS# 249467 o at is inuch to lise! Price $59900 M Price $116,S# 249343

pln Lag ae lo lopping and about 25 miles toaparments, auto repair, H/A
pla. Large 1 acre lot located Panma City Beach. Located ast
at the cl-de-sac street. off well maintondiinioning businessined ounty ed. Los of room foparkingad. or exponsion. 3 aces- Lake Seminole Rd, Sneads, FL- $50 71

Home being sold In the AS-IS MLS 249626 * $1,000.s-Hwy 90- $174 500
Mo ndisplay ros, parto diplay
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Area.PRINT ONLINE 850-526-36Lvi - acflordd CATTLE FARM!!! 121

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Marshall's Dan DAntor coege t
The Associated Press assistant, including the last players because of his age.
two with the Lakers. Both "That one reallymystifies New Marshall
CHARLESTON, WVa. - Mike and Dan D'Antoni me," D'Antoni said. "First University head
Marshall athletic director played at Marshall. of all, I have a 16year-old basketball
Mike Hamrick gave Dan "When we were here, if daughter. And she'll tell coach Dan
D'Antoni his first college I remember correctly, this you I communicate real D'Antoni
coaching job at age 66 with was, a basketball school," clear to her." gestures during
the message to make the Dan D'Antoni said. "I don't Hamrick said after watch- an Introductory
Thundering Herd a winner know what happened ing D'Antoni work with news
again. 'when I left." the Lakers' young talent conference
Marshall has gone Hamrick spent four days and seeing his energetic Friday at
through seven coaches, attending Lakers' games,. approach to film sessions the Marshall
among them Billy Dono- practices and meetings. and meetings, I said 'wow. University
van, since it last made the He said he offered both We've got something here."' Memorial
NCAA tournament in 1987. Mike and Dan D'Antoni Aside from coaching Student Center
D'Antoniisn'tabouttoback the Marshall job but didn't Marshall's freshman team untgton,
down from the challenge. go into details, including after graduation, this is
at his alma mater, just as whether Mike D'Antoni D'Antoni's first true col- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
he scoffs at criticism over turned him down. lege job. Again, he took a
his age and lack of college "This job was offered to humorous approach to.
coaching experience. two people at the same criticism that he's a riskyt '"ho foryu, 850.372.
The older brother of Los time," Hamrick said. "And choice. He pointed out the 430 Layfay
Angeles Lakers coach Mike I don't think either one of universal "wisdom" of bas-. town
D'Antoni said he wanted them would have cared if ketball on the high school, F 16
to coach'at Marshall ever the other one got the job. college and professional
since graduating in 1970. "It is a great honor for me levels.
"This was my dream personally to bring back a "I think you try to keep eS ,W.
job," DAntoni said Friday son of Marshall. This is a them from putting the ballmake y 1
in Huntington, a day after dream come true for me in that basket and you try
his hiring was ari nced. to bring a D'Antoni back to put it in your basket," he
"I'm ready a wing to to Marshall University. It's' said. "And if you do, that'll
work to make this program where he belongs." work 'on all three levels
succeed." D'Antoni kept his audi- that I've been at."
D'Antoni spent 30 years ence at a news conference D'Antoni replaces Tom
as a high school coach in in stitches with his wit and Herrion, who resigned
South Carolinabefore serv- scoffed at cynics who say last month after an 11-22
ing nine years as an NBA he can't relate to younger seas6n.

Colorado head coach Tad Boyle (left) joins Spencer Dinwiddle at a news conference Thursday
in Boulder, Colo. Dinwiddie declared for the NBA draft.

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The Associated Press tore his left ACL Jan. 12 at The Buffs were 14-2 with
Washington and needed a signature win over Kan-
Spencer Dinwiddie ex- reconstructive surgery. sas and ranked 15th at the
pects to be healthy and He said he expects to time. They finished 23-12 I Su ran ce
wealthy by summer's end. be back on the court by and lost to Pittsburgh in
The University of Colo- August. their NCAA tournament
rado star point guard an- "I think I've got first- opener.
nounced Thursday .he's round talent across the Dinwiddie called it a bit
skipping his senior season board," he said. "Every- tersweet day, saying it was D :
and will declare for the body of course isgoing to adifficult decision because P o tt
NBA draft. doubt my knee. (But, my) helos the program. Had
Dinwiddie said at a news being able to go first week he decided t6 return next
conference :in Boulder, in August and being ready season, the Buffaloes were
Colo that' despite this for the season, ... you'rego- expected to be a .top-10
yearfsdeep pool of talent, ing to get Spencer Dinwid- team nationally.
"I jui don't feel there are: die, not SpencerDinwiddie "Weighing the chance to
that. maiy people in this -with a bad knee." do something special here
dra~tth .t are better than: A Los Angeles native, versus soinething that is
me.". " Dinwiddie was averaging more what I would like to
Dinwiddie's junior sea- 14.7pointsandnearlyfour do probably, it was really
son was cut short when he assists when he got hurt. tough," Dinwiddie said.

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Earl Morrall dies at 79

The Associated Press
MIAMI - Earl Morrall stepped in
when the 1972 Miami Dolphins need-
ed him most. And then he willingly
stepped aside, earning enduring admi-
ration from his teammates and coach
Don Shula.
Morrall, who started 11 games during
the Dolphins' perfect season and spent
21 years as an NFL quarterback, died
Friday at age 79. He had been in failing
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (1) passes against the San Francisco 49ers during "There would be no perfect season, Miami Dolphins quarterback Earl Morrall
the NFL divisional playoff game Jan. 12 in Charlotte. and probably no Super Bowl win in poses for a picture in 1972. Morrall, an NFL
Panrth 1972, without Earl Morrall," Bob Griese quarterback for 21 years, has died at age 79.
u chsaid Friday. long forgotten if not for Morrall, then
P a n th ers exerciWhen Griese broke his ankle in 1972, regarded as a journeyman who looked
Morrall came off the bench and start- the part with his old-school flattop
ed the final nine games of the regu- haircut.
S n n ew tolar season. Morrall won praise from That's why Shula - who also coached
y ea r o n ew to n Shula for returning to the sideline Unitas and Dan Marino --heldMorrall
Sewithout complaint when Griese came in special regard as a quarterback.
back to play in the final two postsea- "When Bob went down, Earl stepped
The Associated Press before then. Panthers haven't ever done son games, including the Super Bowl in like nothing happened, and we just
By exercising the option in back to back years," to cap the only perfect season in NFL won all the games," Shula said in a 2007
CHARLOTTE - Cam on Newton's rookie deal Newton said. history. interview. "Then Griese was healthy for
Newton is now under con- from 2011, the salary-cap Newton has started all Morrall also played for the 49ers, Steel- the AFC championship game against
tract with the Carolina strapped Panthers will 48 games during his three ers, Lions, Giants and Colts, winning Pittsburgh, and I put Bob in the second
Panthers for the next two have more time to work seasons with Carolina. three Super Bowl rings. He came off half and he helped us come from be-
seasons. out a longer contract with Newton led the Panthers the bench to replace an injured Johnny hind and win the game.
The Panthers exercised the three-year NFL vet- to a 12-4 record and the Unitas and help the Colts win the Super "Then I had a decision to make, which
the fifth-year option on eran and former Heisman NFC South championship Bowl to cap the 1970 season, and he was to me has always been the toughest de-
Newton's contract, mean- Trophy winner. last year, completing a ca- the backup to Griese on the Dolphins' cision I've ever had to make - who to
ing the former No. 1 draft Panthers general manag- reer-high 61.7 percent of 1973 championship team. start in the Super Bowl. Earl had done
pick will,be with the team er Dave Gettleman did not his passes with 24 touch- Morrall also was the starting quar- such a great job to get me there, but Bob
at least through the end of return phone calls Friday downs passing and six terback opposite Joe Namath in the was my quarterback going into the sea-
the 2015 season. seeking comment. touchdowns rushing. 1969 Super Bowl after guiding the Colts son, and he was my quarterback of the
The team made the an- Newton said earlier in The Panthers lost at home to the conference title and winning future. So I figured as long as Bob was
nouncement Friday, after the week he's "absolutely in the divisional playoffs to the league's MVP award. He struggled healthy and readyto go, I was going
previously indicating it fine" with the Panthers San Francisco. After that in that famous 16-7 loss to the Jets, back to Bob.
hoped to sign Newton to a picking up the fifth year, loss, Gettleman said he had throwing key interceptions, and was "So I've always said Unitas, Griese and
long-term deal. but referred all contract no doubt he views Newton benched during the second half for Dan Marino are in the Hall of Fame,
Newton is slated to make talks to his agents and the was the team' franchise Unitas. and Earl is in my own personal Hall of
$3.37 million this season Panthers front office. quarterback. The '72 Dolphins were led by such Fame."
and would receive $14.67 "I'm trying to get back "He proved it this year," future Pro Football Hall of Famers as Griese said Morrall acknowledged he
million in 2015 ifhe doesn't to the playoffs and do Gettleman said on an. 14. Shula, Griese, Larry Csonka and Paul didn't like Shula's decision, but accepted
sign a contract extension something the Carolina "He flat proved it." Warfield, but their season might be it.

NFL plans to look at bigger playoffs, longer PATs

The Associated Press expanded playoffs, with a Previously, the plan had been
vote possible in October or to experiment with moving
NEWYORK - The NFL will next March. kicks back to the 20.
discuss expanded playoffs at The league also would need But in conversations with
the owners' meetings next to consult with the play- the league's competition com-
month in Atlanta. ers union on the matter, but mittee and various teams,
Commissioner Roger it seems clear more playoff officiating director Dean
Goodell told a gathering of teams are on the way. Blandino said it became ap-
Associated Press Sports Edi- "We're being very deliberate parent a 33-yard extra point
tors on Thursday that a vote about it," Goodell said. "We was a wiser choice for the
is uncertain on the proposal want to make sure we do it in experiment.
to add two teams to the post- the right way." Blandino added that vet-
season. Should the owners The NFL also will experi- eran referees Scott Green
vote on the increase in May, ment-with snapping the ball and Ron Winter have retired,
Goodell said the 14-team from the 15-yard line on extra and will be replaced by Craig
playoffs could be implement- points in the first two weeks Wrolstad and Ronald Torbert.
ed for the upcoming season, of the preseason to make Wrolstad had been a field
or for 2015. them more challenging. A judge and Torbert was a side THEASSOCIATEDPRESSFILE
If no vote is taken, then kick from that distance would judge; both have college ref- NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell answers questions during a news conference at
2015 would be the target for wind up being about 33 yards. ereeing experience. the NFL meetings in Orlando on March 26.

NFL Briefs

Ex-QB Kosar believes he's off TV for slurred speech

CLEVELAND - Former 49ers GM Baalke: member, you continue to
Browns quarterback Ber- Team supportig work until they leave you
nie Kosar believes he has sno choice."
been unfairly sacked as a Smith Regarding a May 3 dead-
TV broadcaster. SANTA CLARA, Calif. line whether to exercise
Kosar has been removed - San Francisco 49ers Smith's 2015 contract
as a color commentator general manager Trent option, Baalke gave all
for Cleveland's preseason Baalke is committed to indications he hopes to
games by the team. The supporting linebacker have the menacing pass
Browns said Wednes- Aldon Smith like a family rusher in a Niners uniform
day night he was being member in the wake of well into the future.
replaced by Solomon Wil- his latest legal trouble The 49ers also still hope
cots, who will work with - and keeping Smith to reach agreement on a
play-by-play announcer around for the long haul, long-term extension with
Jim Donovan. too. quarterback Colin Kaepe-
Kosar contends he's Baalke says "you rnick before the start of
been removed because of continue to work as you training camp.
slurred speech he attri- would with any family From wire reports
butes to "a direct result of
the many concussions I
received while playing in
"This is very unfortu- Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar (left) speaks at a news conference with Dr.
nate," he said in a state- Rick Sponaugle, in Middleburg Heights, Ohio on Jan.10, 2013.
ment, "as I believe my in reviewing our program- and hearing his continued a deadline next week to
football acumen and ming we've decided to contributions and analy- determine whether to lock
ability to describe what is rebuild as well." sis," team president Alec in the player through the
happening on the field, ;The 50-year-old Kosar Scheiner said. 2015 season.
has been well received by estimates he has had more ' Dareus, who's started
Cleveland Browns fans." than a dozen documented since arriving at Buffalo
WKYC-TV issued a state- concussions. He has been BillS pick up 5th as the fourth pick in 2011, ,*
ment disputing Kosar's in pain for more than a de- season on DT Dareus' had a career-best 7-1/2
assertions. cade, but said last year he COntract sacks last year.
"Nowhere in our discus- found some relief through However, Dareus ran
sions with Bernie or the treatments at a wellness ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. into trouble with first-year
Browns has anything facility in Florida. - The Buffalo Bills have coach Doug Marrone last
ever been said about his In announcing their picked up the fifth-year season. He was held out
speech impairment due to decision, the Browns said option on the contract of from starting each of the
concussions," said Brooke they were in discussions defensive tackle Marcell Bills' final two games for
Spectorsky, the station's with Kosar about "poten- Dareus. violating a team rule.
president and general tial new roles" on pregame General Manager Doug He also appeared in his BEN SAUNDERS, D.M.D.
manager. "That has simply telecasts and on the team'S Whaley made the an- first Pro Bowl after filling PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
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able to relocate together, my boyfriend They have been divorced for 16 years, lead to problems. Work veillance footage from yet decided whether
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family, especially over the Christmas continues to use his last name rather choose another time to appears to show the egg-throwing incident
holidays. than revert back-to her family name. deal with personal pa- pop star high-fiving which happened Jan. 9
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