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FPU wants rate increase; company proposes plan
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER customers would pay less than the past few years upgrading the in January FPU would file with when put to a vote of the citizens
email@example.com they do now on that part of their system for the 21st century. More that body its intentions to pass as required by law, the idea was
Florida Public Utilities has bills, reliable service resulted, but the along to the northwest custom- shot down by the electorate.
filed for permission to impose The fuel recovery rate relates cost of making that happen must ers a lower fuel rate. Dean said that old set of cir-
a rate increase on customers in to the cost of purchasing power be shared over the customer Marianna City Manager Jim cumstances don't have anything
Marianna and the surrounding generated by Gulf Power, which base in order for FPU to remain Dean declined to comment on to do with the new rate increase
communities served in its north- FPU then makes available to its healthy financially the rate increase being sought, being sought by FPU and that
west division. However, another customers, passing on that ex- The FPU rate increase be- and said, no commissioners the city has a good relationship
request that was sent along with pense to them as well. The north- ing sought would raise the cost have, to date, asked him to pre- with the company. "That's water
that filing could help minimize west GulfPower/FPU agreement for each user by about $6.48 a pare any rebuttal. In 2010, the under the bridge, and FPU is a
the financial impact on custom- is costlier to consumers than the month if they use about 1,000 cityhad looked into exercising its company that is doing what it
ers, an FPU representative said northeast contract. By merging kilowatt hours in that time pe- contract option to take over the needs to do in order to remain
Tuesday. those, the representative said, riod. But merging the fuel re- FPU distribution lines, a choice viable," Dean said.
In addition to asking for the the lower fuel rate should offset covery costs could significantly that opened up after the corn- PSC hearings on the potential
roughly 4.6 percent rate in- FPU's general rate increase. It is lower the ultimate bottom line pany failed to meet some con- increase will be scheduled and
crease, the company also asked being sought, the representative for customers for a much lower tract deadlines related to setting a new interim increase could be
to merge the fuel recovery rates said, in part because the com- overall increase, the representa- special "time-of-use" and "inter- in place by July. The full rate in-
paid by northwest and northeast pany must recover some of the tive said. If the regulatory agency ruptable" rates as options that crease would take effect in Janu-
territories so that the Marianna roughly $5.8 million it spent over approves merging the fuel rate; customers could elect. However, ary 2015 if it is approved.
D Stormy weather lingers
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER and Friday.
firstname.lastname@example.org Jackson County Emer-
SASevere storms and gency Management
flooding are still possi- Director Rodney An-
ble through Wednesday, dreasen said local resi-
as a cold front over Mis- dents should. continue
sissippi and Alabama tobediligentinensuring
shifts more storm into their safety on roadways
the region. and making sure any
Damaging winds are belongings along the
Sthe main threats, ac- river are secure. He an-
cording to the National ticipates asking Jackson
Weather -Service, but County Commission-
large hail and isolated ers to extend the local
tornadoes are also pos- emergency declaration
sible. With the soil al- signed last Thursday,
ready saturated, the so that the county will,
winds could help topple have an opportunity to
trees left vulnerable by recover some of itscosts
the soggy ground. in repairing weather-
Short-term flooding damaged roads. Dozens
may be .possible along were underwater or in
creeks and streams, and some way undermined
long-term river flooding in the last several weeks
risks will also increase if of periodic heavy rains.
the incoming front stalls See page 7A for the
as expected and brings most recent county
more rain Thursday road closure list.
PHOTOS BY KRISTIE CLOUD / FLORIDAN
Vicki Fuqua gives a presentation on gourd painting at the "Springtime in the Garden" event Saturday at Madison Street Park TTT
in Marianna. UTILITIES PREPARE
Arts' rewards aren't just counted in dollars and cents FOR NEWDOLLAR
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER try to grow a few gotrd-shell garden GENERAL STORE
email@example.com products of their own. GENERAL STO
Fuqua isn't sure just how long
Vicki Fuqua started painting it takes her, but she spends many
gourds in her senior age about five hours taking a dirt-caked gourd from
years ago, but the roundish hollow plain to beautiful. She buys her sup-
shells have had a special place in plyofgourds from an elderly couple
her life since childhood. in Alabama, handpicking each one.
Her father loved them, she said, With a thump of the second finger
and he made martin houses out of on her right hand, Fuqua can tell
them for as long as she can remem- whether the shell is hard enough
ber. For her, they always bring fond to work with, and with a shake of
memories of days gone by. the gould can tell whether it's dry
But she also found in them an out- enough to work with immediately.
let for her artistic side. That really At craft shows in big cities, she
started around the time her mother spends hours picking out just the
entered an assisted living facility. right decorative glass beads to en-
Painting the gourds while visiting hance them:
her mother gave them a special tie She polishes copper wire to string
back to her father and made their those on, and carefully carves out
time together in those years even holes in the birdhouse-style pieces
more special. she does.
That pursuit expanded from hob- At home, she gets lost in the pro-
by to small enterprise over time. She cess of painting the backgrounds of
uses acrylic paints to decorate the the shells and hand-drawing hum-
gourds with everything from gentle mingbirds, team mascots, butter- KRISTIECLOUDFLORIDAN
butterflies to fierce University of flies and, in one case; a pair of sand KRISTCLOUDFLORIAN
Florida Gators. cranes standing in grassy shallows lorida Public Utilities workers
She prepares some for nonprofit with their young. She has a knack" F replace a power pole at the south-
organizations to auction or give for being able to recreate in her Vicki Fuqua works on a gourd at the-
away, and makes others for individ- own hand practically any image she "Springtime in the Garden" event west corner of Guyton and Lid-
uals who order and buy pieces with sees. Saturday morning at Madison Street don streets Friday in Marianna. This is
specific decoration requests. She said that, while she sells Park in Marianna. Lighting her table Isthe third and final pole being replaced
And a couple of Saturdays ago, she her finished pieces, it's not really a custom-made gourd lamp that Fuqua the third and final pole being replaced
gave a demonstration of her craft as much about the money as it is and collaborator Joel Scilley made. on Guyton Street to prepare for the new
at the inaugural Springtime in the something else. "My husband, Har- they spend on what they do unless Dollar General store on Guyton and U.S.
Garden event featuring the work of ry, was very supportive of me, but they're world famous or something. 90 opening later this summer. Construc-
local arts and crafts. he also knew I spent a lot of time on It's about loving what you're doing
Fuquasaid she enjoyedthe oppor- it. He was watching me one day and and seeing a finished product that tion on the steel frame of the store is
tunity to share, and hopes that she he told me, 'Vicki, you make about will please somebody. When I'm currently underway following the de-
inspired someone else to take up 10 cents an hour.' I told him that into that, nothing else is bothering struction of two houses on the property
the art, She gave away.some seeds, wasn't really the point. Most artists me. I'm just not worried about any-
too, hoping that some folks would don't really get paid for the time thing else in the whole wide world." last month.
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JACKSON COUNTY Commmit" Cae ar
F LO R ID A N TODAY lowed by a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call 372-2500. 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Jackson County Extension
) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon Chipola College 2014 Commencement Cer- Service, 2741Penn Ave. Marianna. Cost is $15 which
Publisher Valeria Roberts to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist emony 7 p.m. Dothan Civic Center. The ceremony includes lunch. Pre-registration required by May 1.
firstname.lastname@example.org Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. will be broadcast live on the Web at www.ustream. Call 482-9620 for more info or to register. Those
tv/channel/chipolacollege prepaying will receive an extra door prize ticket.
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski THURSDAY, MAY 1 Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8-9 ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8 a.m.
email@example.com p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia in the AA room of First United Methodist Church,
C Tdap vaccine to be given to sixth-grade St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited to 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
CONTACT US students --Malone School. Free of charge. Must persons with a desire to stop drinking; papers will not Annual Spring Yard Sale 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. St.
have letters (which were sent home by the school)
Telephone: 850-526-3614 completed, signed and returned to school in order for be signed. Luke's Episcopal Church. Furniture, clothingooks
FAX: 850-482-4478 students to be able to receive, household goods, toy and baby items for sale. Baked
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ) 63rd National Day of Prayer- 7 a.m. Marianna FRIDAY, MAY 2 goods also available for sale.
Street Address: First United Methodist Church, Wesley Center. Break- a First Friday Chamber Breakfast -7 a.m. Agri- a Join Hands Day 8 a.m.to4 p.m. at McDaniel's
4403 Constitution Lane fast will be served at 6:30 a.m. Keynote speaker: Andy culture Center, 2741 Penn Ave., Marianna. Featured Grocery in Sneads. Woodmen of the World Chapter 65
Marianna. FL32448 McMullian, State of Florida Division of Retirement speaker: Larry Meese CEO at Jackson Hospital. and Chipola Ministries will join hands to collect non-
Office Hours: Director for many years who was originally from Immediately following the breakfast there will be a perishable food to provide assistance to the needy in
Weekdays, 8 am. to 5p.m. Dellwood Community and a Marianna High School seminar by Jeannie Retherford "Modern Marketing Jackson County.
graduate. Community invited. Madness" from 9:30-11:30 a.m. The cost is $15 (cash 13th Annual Quilt Show 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
MISS YOUR PAPER? ) Home cooked breakfast- 8:30 a.m. Senior Cen- or check only) at the door or register online at www. Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, 17869NW Pioneer
S ter, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Seniors welcome northfloridabiz.com Settlement Rd, Blountstown. Admission donationof
You should receive your newspaper no later Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at the Jackson $4. Quilt appraisals available, There will be Chinese
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- ck on County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in Mar- County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and auction, Fat Quarters and Fabrics and a quiltblock
tanna. Learning Center staff and their international experienced hand crafter welcome to create, share, contests. Lunch will be catered for $5 per plate. If you
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The h rnrs invit th li fr thof arn or teach favorite projects Call 482-9631. would like to ente your quilt or block call 674-2777 or
apcn rgs learners invite the puloic for te exchange ofv bring it to the Settlement between noon and 4.p.m..
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) language, culture and ideas in a relaxed environment. Annual Spring Yard Sale noon to 5 p.m. St. on May before the show For more info call 674-27p77m
is published Tuesday through Friday and Light refreshments served. No charge. Call 482-9124. Luke's Episcopal Church. Furniture, clothing, books,
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m-l p.). St. Anne's household goods, toy and baby items for sale. Baked Fourth Annual Junir Fower Pot Project 9
at Marianna, FL. Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Welcome goods also available for sale. a.m. to noon and p.m. to 4p.m.at Covenant Hos-
donations: house hold items, clothing and jewelry. )) Chess Club -6-8 p.m. First United Methodist pice, 4215 Kelson Ave. Suite E, Marianna. For children
donations: house hold items, clothing and jewelry Chess Club-6-8 p.m First United Methodist 5-14 years of age. Flower pots will be displayed as
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Proceeds go to help less fortunate in our community. Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by silent auction items t the ninth annual Garden Gala on
Home delivery: $11.23 per month: $32.83 Call 482-3734. Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8 une 14. Workshop is free with refreshments, flower
for three months; $62.05 for six months; a Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks -18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and t an art materialso s provided. Preregistration
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus is eir pens are we layers of all skil ees required. Deadline is April 30.12 spaces per session
applicable state and local taxes. Mail the local community, "Community, Children & Char- cluding eginners are wecome. Call 043. available. For more info call 482-8520.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail acter." Call 526-3142. Reay fr fe Kickoff -6 p.m. Citizens Lodge Chattahoochee Kids to Parks Event 9 a.m.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months: a Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at Jim's n for to noon EST US Army Corps of Engneer Woodruff/
$92.24or x months and $184.47orone Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call 5:30 p.m. Activities music and fun for all ages Music Seminole sie Chattahoochee Park(Boster Club)
482-2290. by discJockey Michael Caughran 236 Booster Club Road, Bainbridge, GA (Located at
year. Bridge performing at 8 p.m. and local singer Trish 236 Booster f Bin A
Project Graduation Spaghetti Dinner and Brannon performing Luminary ceremony at 9 p.m. two miles from U.S. 90 in Chattahoochee). Buddy
Sss to te J n C y Spring Band Concert 4-6 p.m. Marianna High Beaver Fun Run featuring Buddy Beaver the Safety
Allsubscriptions totheJacksonCounty School Cafeteria. $6 per plate. Must see senior for ) Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Beaver, Muscogee Indians teaching their dance,
Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving tickets. Dine in or carry out. Concert will start at 630 Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna: Adult display of Native American artifacts and many more
Day for which there is a premium charge. e r a e i in :3 and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and things. Free with lots of prizes. If you are interested in
a Build a Better Salad Simple & Slimming 5:30- hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call setting up a booth call (229)662-2001.
ADE ISING 7:30 p.m. Jackson County Extension Service, 2741 209-7856, 573-1131.
ADVETISING Penn Ave., Marianna. Create salads using easy-to-find AlMeetg 89 Concerned American Patriots of Jackson
The advertiser agrees that the publisher inexpensive ingredients. Instruction, food demonstra- Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- 8-9 County Observe National Day of Prayer noon at
shall not be liable for damages arising tion, hands on preparation. Pre-registration required. p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church the Gazebo in Confederate Park downtown Marianna.
out of errors and advertisements beyond Cost $15 per person includes sample foods, materials 2901 aledonia St. in Marianna Come and pray for our nation.
he amount paid for the space actually and recipes. Payment required to complete registra- Shady Grove Cemetery Association Community
occupied by that portion of the advertise- tion. To register call 482-9620. SATURDAY, MAY 3 Wide Fish Fry 4-6pm. at Shady Grove Methodist
ments in which the error occurred, whether Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting 5:30- Pancake and Sausage Breakfast 7-10:30 a.m. Church, Grand Ridge. Adult plates $10. Children's
such rror is du to th negligence of the 7:30 p.m. at Jackson County Extension Service, 2741 at Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, Blountstown. $5 plates $5. Everyone invited. All'proceeds will be used
suc error is ue to the negligence of the Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meetings are fourth donations per adult (12 and under) $3 for children 5 for the Shady Grove Cemetery.
publisher's employees or otherwise, and Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, lessons to 11 children under 5 free. Will be serving pancakes, 2014 Jackson County Pageant 6 p.m.
there shall be not liability for non-inser- and help. All quilters welcome. Call 573-5434. sausage, coffee, milk and orange juice. For more info Marianna High School auditorium. A new Little Miss,
tion of any advertisement beyond the VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting 6 p.m. at call 674-2777. Junior Miss and Miss Jackson County will be crowned.
amount paid for such advertisement. This 2830 Wynn St., Marianna. Covered-dish supper fol- Master's Gardener's Workshop 'Sustalnabllity" $5 admission.
newspaper will not knowingly accept or The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- email email@example.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
ing which expresses preference based on .. .. .
legally protected personal characteristics is
not acceptable. P SolUce Rounalup
HOW TO GET YOUR MARIANNA POLICE three home security checks. glary, two verbal disturbances, of injunction.
NEWS PUBLISHED DEPARTMENT one pedestrian complaint, 23
JACKSO CO Y medical calls, five traffic crashes, JACKSON COUNTY
The Jackson County Floridan will publish The Marianna Police De- JACKSON COUNTY one burglar alarm, 12 traffic CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
news of general interest free of charge, partment listed the following SHERIFF'S OFFICE stops, four larceny complaints,
Submit your news or Community Calendar incidents for April 28, the latest The Jackson Co ty Shriff's four crinminal mischief com- The following persons were
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, available report: One accident, Office a n County he/riscse plaints, two trespass complaints, booked into the county jail dur-
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, one abandoned vehicle, two Office and county o follow-up complaints, one ing the latest reporting periods:
anniversary and birth announcements. suspicious vehicles, one suspi- .rpor. tedin f incidents juvenile complaint, one animal James Fowler, 48,2737 Penn
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. cious incident, one suspicious for April 28, the complaint, 10 property checks, Ave., Marianna, possession of
Photographs must be of good quality and person, one escort, one report latest available one retail theft, three assists of methamphetamine, possession
suitable for print.The Floridan reserves the of illness or injury, two reports report: Four other agencies, one child abuse of drug paraphernalia.
right to edit all submissions. of mental illness, four burglar accidents, seven complaint, two public service
alarms, four traffic stops, one abandoned vehicle reports, calls, one 911 hang-up, one K-9 Jail Population: 192
GETTING IT RIGHT larceny complaint, one follow- three suspicious vehicles, deployment, two criminal regis-
The Jackson County Floridan's policy up investigation, one juvenile two suspicious incidents, one trations, one welfare check, one To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
is to correct mistakes promptly. To complaint, one assist of another suspicious person, one report of transport, one Baker Act tans- at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
report an error, please call 526-3614 agency, five public service calls, mental illness, one vehicle bur- port, one threat/harassment agency. To report a wildlife violation, call
Monday-Friday. one open door or window, and complaint and one violation 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).
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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com LOCRL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 2014 3A-
TWINS CELEBRATE HOPE SCHOOL GIVES BACK
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T win sisters Catie and Araya Boggini tudents and staff at Hope School recently brought in change to support Relay for Life.
turned 5 years old April 29 and cel- The two classes that brought in the most money won a pizza party. The winning class
ebrated the milestone during the day S was Mrs. Parrish's Intermediate 1 class, bringing in $96. The class with the next highest
with their classmates and that evening with a amount was Mrs. Sylvester's Intermediate 2 class, bringing in $65.84. The grand total for do-
family party at their Marianna home that they nations from Hope was $378.06. Pictured are Mrs. Parrish and her class; Mrs. Sylvester and
share with their brother and their grandpar- her class; PE coach Sarah Aase (left side of banner); Paraprofessionals Winnie Paulk, Jennifer
ents, Jerry and Felecia Dorchuck. Townsell, Dexter Roulhac and principal Dr. Millicent Braxton.
Make her DAY
Teacher makes studying for FCAT fun a
Margarita style earrings
As students in Ms. Long's reading class continue to take the Florida Comprehensive A halo of diamonds
Assessment Test, Long hopes students remember some of the fun lessons used in her
class this year. A ..
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Club hosts ue. (E) 4/29 Notavailable
Tue. (M) 8-3-9 6-0-4-M
ClWedb ho(M)s 6-3-4 Cynthia Lee Lemons
Daylunch Th. (E) 4/24 1-4-8 6- 12-17-21-22-2 Lindsey Mariah Brock
S4:/,9 Sheryl Nichole Bern-
Treat the special women ri (') -3 40 hard and Louis Cameron J.
in your life to a wonderful Sat. (E) 4/26 0-8-4 1-9-2-1 3-7-4-2-24 r Delano Daniels
experience, "A Celebration Sat5-. -- -7 and Barbara Ann Dover
of Mothers" luncheon. Sun. (E) 4/27 -55 278 11-18-22-28-31 Amanda Leann Jarrard
The Marianna Woman's Son (M) 7-9' 9-951i and Justin Lewis Wikle
Club is hosting this very E Evening drawing M Midday dwing Ernest Wayne Cum-
popular event Saturday, mings IV and Kristin N.
May 10, at 11:30 a.m. Satutd-ay, 4/26 i3-722 30 33 PB 0 ti3' Neel
The gathering features a Wednesday 4/23 1925 29-36 4 P2 xtr4 DIVORCES
delicious salad lunch and. i No divorces reported.
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The luncheon will take 'Any Jail, Anywhere, Anytime"
place at the club's beau- Friendly &.Professional Service Confidential
tiful historic club house, 4396 LAFAYETTE ST. MARIANNA M ay 4th 10 45 a
locatedon the Corner of PAGER TOLL FREE 1.888.699.6847 CASH/ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS
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vance and are $10 each. ...your full service florist & gift shop Special Guest Speaker:
Tickets are available by Pre-Book Early for Mother's Day... M ichael Stephens
acontacting Glenda Sue Fresh & Silk Floral Arrangements
Bradley at gsueb7@gmail.
com or Chris Sharkey at & Store Gift Deliveries!
209-9325orcshark2@msn. 850-372-4456 Fellowship & Lunch
Doors open at ll:30 a.m. I Michael D. Smith, Owner/Designer following service
and lunch will be served at 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna, FL 32446
noon. Dress for the occa- m et www tisticdesignsuntd.com
sion is "church dressy." --., ornastild@y o.om
VALERIA ROBERTS is OBVIOUS. 1HEYRE
UPSET WITH THEIR
Our View. GOV RNMENT.
the water ,
T his week, officials with the Florida Department \v
of Environmental Protection held the first of
several meetings to develop the organization's
Basin Management Action Plan, which may sound like /
a bureaucratic exercise to many local folks.
Instead, it's a big step in the right direction with
regard to improving the quality of water in Jackson Blue
Spring and Merritt's Mill Pond, favorite attractions of
local outdoors and water enthusiasts.
The DEP has found nutrient pollution in the spring. /
and Merritt's Mill Pond because of nitrate contribution,
and identified the primary cause as inorganic fertil-
izers, septic systems and animal waste washed in with
"Solving the problem requires well-planned, ag- UKAIE
gressively executed local and state investments and i '
actions, which this restoration plan is being designed I4i ge invetet"n... *' *
to achieve," said Tom Frick, director of the Division of '. 4 ../.' .,.," ,' .* ll,,' '," .,/
Environmental Assessment and Restoration. /
Surely there is a way that our vital agricultural in-
dustry can operate harmoniously with natural water r n t h t th
resources; the ongoingwork of the DEP, with the help To B&B or not to B&B That is the question
of area stakeholders, can find that suitable middle
ground. Tn most small towns, the biggest at half past 6, did not love it. Anne
J 'and mtost elegant building on and Jim ran a very fine "'B," by all
SMain Street is the funeral home. reports, but they failed the "&B"
Another View Or an old-age home. These build- part miserably. Even that might
ings always look as if they might be have worked, had there been any
l t i t u the starring attraction in Stephen other place to eat in town.
BOlStenng t e publcs King's next novel. Mrs. Reticule, who lives next
The biggest house in one nearby J Mu n door, said that the guests were so
confidence in governm ent town is a huge, white Vigtorian JiT U desperate,.theywouldsee thelights
that looks like a wedding cake. It The Village Idiot on in her kitchen and walk over
has a wide front porch that runs saying, were from the city. They to her back door and beg her for
Sor decades, Florida's best leaders have embraced the length of the house, along with loved staying in B&Bs. They en- coffee. She finally started putting
open, accountable, ethical government as a fun- three-story turrets with curved joyed getting up at 10 in the morn- a large coffee urn out on her back
damental right of the state's residents. glass windows topped with witches' ing and walking down to a dining porch with stack of styrofoam cups
But others aren't so sure. Open-government rules hat roofs. Gables and wings and room that lobked the way it did in and a tip jar. But she stopped doing
are seen as stumbling blocks to efficient action, and filigree and shutters and shingles the 1880s, with crystal chandeliers that when she found a note in the
inquisitive members of the public cast as annoying gad- hang off the house like pearls and wall sconces and sepia pictures jar one morning that said, "You call
flies. Trust us, these officials say. We know what's best. around an old lady's neck. It is of the owner's relatives on the wall. this coffee? Would it kill you to put
These warring points of view play out in nearly every bigger than Perkins' Funeral Home They enjoyed lolling around until out some freshly ground French
session of the Legislature. and the Falling Leaves Home for noon reading the newspaper, then roast? Maybe some hazelnut?"
Last year, proponents of good government scored Seniors combined the two other strolling through the local antique Not that there were ever many
significant victories, pushing back against attempts to biggest houses on Main Street. shops. They loved sitting in big guests to disappoint. Once you
increase secrecy in government and making substantial Anne and Jim bought the Wed- overstuffed chairs after dinner, have walked around the unspoiled
progress in reforming the state's patchy ethics codes, ding Cake about two years ago. I drinking fine wine and chatting town without souvenir shops and
And when the state's annual legislative session started ran into Anne mowingthe lawn with the other guests. outlet malls, there is not much left
in March, it looked like another good year for Florida's and introduced myself. She told me "And that's just what they tell you to do with the remaining 23-and-a-
residents. they were going to turn it into a bed in the entrepreneur class we took half hours in your day.
But with just two weeks left in the session, things and breakfast. She went on and on at City College. They say 'Do what Anne was right; you could film
aren't looking so rosy. about how wonderful it was going you know, do what you love.' So "The Music Man" here. But you'd
First, a straightforward bill that would further to be, and how their only worry was Jim and I quit our jobs and took the have to go to some other town with
strengthen Florida's open-records rules has stalled out. that they wouldn't have enough plunge." a theater to watch it. And that town
The same fate has fallen SB 846, which would improve room for all the guests who would Today I drove past the Wedding got all their B&B business.
upon landmark clean-government legislation passed want to stay there. "This is the most Cake and there was a big red "For So now the real estate agent is
in 2013. The bill would extend ethics rules to quasi- perfect little town," she said. "It's Sale" sign staked in the lawn. It doing what he knows, doing what
governmental entities like Enterprise Florida, putting not spoiled with a bunch of tourist turns out that Anne and Jim did he loves best selling the Wed-
better oversight on agencies that spend billions of state traps and souvenir shops and out- what they knew and did what they ding Cake to the next dreamer for
tax dollars. let malls. It's like a movie set. You loved. And while Anne and Jim whatever the market will bear.
It also would include city and county officials in eth- could shoot a movie here. Like'The loved getting out of bed at 10 in the
ics-training requirements spelled out for state-level Music Man.'" morning and reading the paper Contact Jim Mullen at
officials in the 2013 reforms, and empowers the state Anne and Jim, it goes without until noon, their guests, who got up JimMullenBooks.com.
Commission on Ethics to act against officials who scoff
at the state's annual financial-diklosure requirements. T filer i ill o t r
Both the ethics and the open-records bills are await-
ing action in the House. And they have one more thing er is Sti o n t e
in common the House versions are sponsored by
Rep. Dave Hood, R-Ormond Beach. Hood, who has a BY COKIE ROBERTS million Jews: a vibrant origins of this impulse in leanings. Family legend
long and laudable history in local government, should AND STEVEN V. ROBERTS community that produced USA Today: "Both classi- has it that after the Cos-
do his utmost to convince House leadership to pass the such luminaries as Golda cal political anti-Semitism sacks rode through his
Senate bills. rT e New York Times Meir, later the prime min- and the manufactured house on horseback for
I ran this dispatch ister of Israel, and Sholem manipulative version rely the third time, searching
The News-Journal, Daytona Beach from the Ukrai- Aleichem, the Yiddish on a common assump- for him, his mother sent
nian city of Donetsk: writer who created Tevye tion, that a significant Harry away.
-. "Worshippers at the the milkman, the central number of Ukrainian citi- Steve's other grandfa-
Bet Menakhem-Mendl character in the musical zens do not consider their ther, Avram Rogowsky,
4/30 synagogue ... confronted "Fiddler on the Roof." Jewish tompatriots to be was born in what's now
S.N E LC EARNED HOd T O a horrifying scene as they The Holocaust deci- truly part of the Ukrainian eastern Poland. As a
left a Passover service this mated Ukraine's Jewish nation." young man he became
N OUR NIVAMES ON A SCREEN week: masked men on a population, and most of That has been true for an ardent Zionist and
\ SIIINI: M P /S sidewalk handing out leaf- the survivors moved to centuries in just about moved to Palestine. But
lets demanding that Jews Israel. Today there are every nation in Eastern if you didn't show up for
register and pay a fine or only about 70,000 Jews Europe. Until World War the draft it could be very
leave the area, witnesses left in the country, but' I, the whole region was hard on your family, so he
said." even in such diminished known as the "pale of returned home a few years.
," Pinchas Vishedski, chief numbers, they are easy settlement" the area later to await his conscrip-
rabbi of Donetsk's 15,000 objects of political scorn on the western edge of tion notice.
Jews, later told Reuters and scapegoating. the Russian Empire where During this time, he
that the leaflets were fake, After the leaflet incident, Jews were allowed to live. met Steve's grandmother
"a crude provocation" RabbiVishedski pleaded, But their situation was al- Miriam and they hatched
aimed at stirring resent- "I'm asking those behind ways precarious, just like a plan. After his induction,
/ ment against the pro-Rus- this not to make us tools the metaphorical "fiddler he would escape from
sian militants who have in this game." on the roof." the army, make his way
taken over the city. But both sides in the That's why the denizens through Ukraine to the
The source of the Ukrainian power struggle of Anatevka, the mythical port of Odessa, return to.
notices remains obscure. pro-nationalists and Russian village inhabited Palestine and send for her.
But that's not the point. pro-Russians have by Tevye and his family, Once he got back to
The "horrifying scene" shown a willingness to voice the fervent prayer, Palestine, however, the
sent a sharp stab of pain use Jews as "tools" when it "May God bless and keep Ottoman Empire was
E and memory through Jews suits their purpose. the czar far away from collapsing. Not a great .
8 who trace their roots to "Anti-Semitism remains us." place for a new bride. So
Eastern Europe. Steve is a feature of militant As Steve's family attests, Grandpa Abe sent Miriam
one of them. nationalism in both however, that was nevet a note, "Change of plan.
STAHLR., Anti-Semitism is an Ukraine and Russia," easy. One grandfather, Meet me in Brooklyn."
*' endemic element of life Reuters reported from Harry Schanbam, was He wanted a country
2014 Jeff Stahler/Dist. by Universal UClick for UFS in that part of the world. Donetsk. "During unrest born in Grodno, in what's where he and his de-
Harassing Jews is as much that saw the overthrow now western Belarus, less scendants could be "truly
a part of Russian culture of Kiev's Kremlin-backed than 200 miles from the part" of its character and
as drinking vodka. That's president in February, sev- Ukrainian border. culture. He found it here
why so many Jewish fami- eral attacks on Jews and "Fiddler" is set in 1905, in America, where he ar-
lies like Steve's fled the synagogues were blamed and just about that time, rived exactly 100 years ago
Russian Empire during on Ukrainiain far-right Grandpa Harry got in this month. *
the early part of the 20th groups." trouble with the local But the fiddler? He's still
century and emigrated Abraham Foxman, Cossacks a para-mili- on the roof.
westward. national director of the tary band known for their Steve and Cokie Roberts can be
Still, on the eve of World Anti-Defamation league, animosity toward Jews contacted by email at stevecokie@
_. War II, Ukraine had 2.7 explained the historic for his leftist political gmail.com.
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Scouts learn proper way to sharpen tools
Troop 3 Boy Scouts con-
vened April 21 for their reg-
ular weekly meeting and
welcomed new members
Zachary Davis and Skyler
Troop 3 leader and trea-
surer Andy Campbell con-
ducteda a class and gave
demonstrations on the
proper ways to sharpen
an ax, how to safely trans-
port and pass tools to one
another and many more
procedural guidelines for
working with sharp instru-
ments and tools.
Practice sessions were
held for every scout, both SUBMITTED PHOTOS Senior patrol leader Daniel
the experienced and new Life Scout Noah McArthur and leader Estelle Whiddon blow Tillman practices the safe
scouts, in order to promote out the candles on the cake to celebrate their April birthdays. way to use an ax. Scout leader Andy Campbell shows Skyler Boyd (middle) and
safety at all times. Zachary Davis how to sharpen an ax.
Prior to adjournment, Whiddon and Life Scout The Marianna Optimist For more information
scouts sang "Happy Noah McArthur and en- Club is the chartering or- about Boy Scouts,. call l
Birthday" to commit- joyedcakeandjuicetohonor ganization for Troop 3 Boy Scout Master Bill Klein-
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Tickets on sale for Chipola's 'Charlie Brown' AUTO HeOE CROP uFE HE.
Tickets are now on sale 2818 Hwy 71 Ste B Marianna, FL 32446 850-526-2201
for the Chipola Theater
children's musical, "You're
A Good Man, Charlie T1 B T ou T San
Brown," set for May 7 and 8 ~ Hit re i.
at 7 p.m., in the Center for
the Arts. The show will also qu' tt
be presented to hundreds i-a Tp air and ran Sntons"
of elementary school chil-
dren earlier in the week FULL SERVICE
Chipola Theater director F SAEV
Charles Sirmon recently PEN WEEKDAYS & SATURDAY
selected .the following MARIANNA MALONE
cast: Colton Day as Charlie
Brown; Kate Burke as Lucy *
Van Pelt; Gracie Wallace as
Sally Brown; Brett Floyd as SUBMITTEDPHOTO
Linus Van Pelt; Deondre Charlie Brown cast from left Shayli Tharp of the Peanuts gang, Brett Floyd as Linus Van Pelt,
Davis as Schroeder; Seth Kate Burke as Lucy Van Pelt and Gracie Wallace as Sally Brown. s a -LR
Alderman as Snoopy-; Pa- i
trea Clark as Marcie; Odra opened on Broadway in Me", "The Kite", "The Base- Office, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Chapman as Peppermint 1999. It is a fresh approach ball Game", "Little Known Monday throughThursday, Lt us help make your occasion even mor special!
Patty; Shayli Tharp, Dakota to the all-time 1967 classic. 4}Facts", "Suppertime" and 9 a.m. to noon on Friday, senflowers aro the coner oracross the coun
Ball, Victoria Ashley, Jo- Twonewsongs, "Beethoven "Happiness". and one hour before each I B
seph Corcoran, Ray White, Day" and "My New Philos- Tickets $8 for adults show. p e IbH oh o G I .. ..
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Swilly as Peanuts Gang. the 12 wonderful numbers are available online at contact Charles Sirmon, di- -fcontem- www ..-
"You're a Good Man, of the original version, in- www.chipola.edu and at rector oftheatre, sirmonc@ (850) nds www.dsfloristandgifts.co
Charlie Brown" (Revised) cluding "My Blanket and the Center for the Arts Box chipola.edu 718-2277. (850) 526-1881 or (850) 592-1299
Three finalists chosen for National Miss Pageant
IMP Photography and endeavors. business or person who
Portfolios would like to E v e r y sponsors a girl will receive
announce three of its state's Na- a receipt, as it is tax de-
models have been select- t i o n a l ductible, and their name
ed as state finalists for the American or business will be fea-
National Miss Pageant. Miss Winner tured beside the contes- Ann Jones Clarice Boyette Joelle Roberts Tim Sapp
The state pageant will take from each tant's picture in the state Owner/Broker Realtor Realtor Broker Associate
place July 3 6 in Jackson- George Noble Johnson age division programas a sponsor. (850)209-9077 (850)573-1572 850-557-0120 (850)209-3595
ville at the Hyatt Regency will receive Anyone interested in
Jacksonville. ing and taking *pictures. lots of prizes, includ- sponsoring a contestant Come See Us For All Your
Dakota George is the Anytime IMP calls on them ing $1,000, official state can contact Christy Kelley Real Estate Needs
daughter of Freddie and for an idea, they have been crown, banner, trophy and 326-9024 or Melissa Noble
Carrie Hill, the sister of happy to participate. IMP roses. They will also re- 718-8329 or call NAM's of-
Hunter and Deondrick looks forward to help- ceive their entry fee to the fice at 512-574-9573 Mon-
and the granddaugh- ing them as individuals nationals paid for, along day through Friday 9 a.m.
ter of David and Patricia in pursuing their dreams. with their airfare. Among to 5 p.m. C.S.T. for credit
Wellman of Savannah, Each girl has a very spe- many of the other prizes card payments. MaryLouPattmore
Georgia, Charles Scott cial talent, and IMP is very is an authentic modeling Any family. or friends in- SadraWard Michelltor R dsole JulieBasford Mary Loutor
and Mary Hill of Tifton, lucky to have them repre- scholarship. terested in attending the (850)573-6849 (321)663-2671 (561)891-4034 (850)718-6143
Georgia, and Freddie and senting the team. The girls are allowed pageant will need to pur-
Elizabeth Hill of Enigma, Each one of the girls are sponsors, in which any chase tickets. Tickets are *- 3 *
Georgia. Dakota is in the very excited, as well as amount is accepted, to $15 each. Contact Christy :, :, *
fourth grade and is in the their families and a host help intheirjourney.Their Kelley or Melissa Noble
gifted program at Spring- of supporters. This par- sponsors can be busi- for more information on
field Elementary School. ticular pageant is a huge nesses or individuals. Any obtaining a ticket.
In her spare time, Dakota opportunity, for each of
enjoys to read and play them. Expert Jewelry Repair
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representing Florida in teaching the girls in com- Come See...
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Montana Noble is the terview skills, poise, and
daughter of Melissa No- confidence. Theywill have
ble and Allen Noble, she a full weekend of activities
has two sisters, Emili and that will bring all of the
Allison and is the grand- contestants together as
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Barron and Pearlie Noble learn through the pageant
and the late Dennis Ray will help them in their fu- 4432 Lafayette Street 526-5488 www.smithandsmithonline.com
Noble, all of Marianna. ture life goals and career MEADO W VIEW
Montanna is a fresh- ~ .. 3/2 Brick home close to town in Maranna. Fenced bck
at Maran nna High yard with a screened back poB just the right size for
School and enjoys read- relaxing or entertaining. Home is located on Meadowview
ing, dancing, track, music, Road, close to schools; College, shopping, and hospital,
marching band, modeling This updated home isjust theright size and ready for you
for IMIP watching movies to move n. all today for an appintment to see th home.
and spending time with will help with closing costs and crpet allowance.
her family. Montanna willFo m infom i
be representing Florida in
the Junior Teen Division. oil::on:this home or any other
Payton Johnson, daugh- l
ter of Kevin and Niki John- poperty for sale,
son, she has two sisters, Call iceB 573"
Sierra Harris and Montana Call Clarie Botte (850). 531572
Johnson, and one brother, O Us For ors
James Johnson. She is the
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ald and Shirley Johnson
of Grand Ridge, 1Mike and : W EDNES- -
Patsy Johnson of Cypress :AM Feowship Supe4:15 PM:
and Charles and Sharon a,0:45 AM Children's Choir~ 4:45 PM
Smith of Jaspe. Payton is
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High School. She loves to ,I .,
hang out with her friends
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Obituaiess going on at the Chamber
Clark Funeral Home
334 South Broad Street
Cairo, Georgia 39828
www.clarkfuneral.com The Jackson County time nowandwithout their of Commerce. hospital can be challeng- seminar that day entitled
Chamber of Commerce support it would be dif- This Friday, May 2, we ing to say the least. In my "Moder Marketing Mad-
Edward Lee completed the Annual ficult to put will have our first Friday opinion, it is extremely ness." Those who take
Ambassador Golf Tour- on a qual- Breakfast. Our featured important to have a qual- part will walk away with
Baxter nament last Friday. The ity event. speakerwillbeLarryMeese ity hospital in our com- 10 tips on how to optimize,
event, in my opinion, was Zaxby's did with Jackson Hospital. munity. So please, attend control and presence on-
very successful due to the a great job Larryis the CEO at Jackson the First Friday Breakfast line. Jeannie Retherford
hard work of the Chamber providing Hospital and his topic will to show your support for will present the program.
Ambassadors. It was well- good food be "Market Demographics Larry and the Jackson Hos-, She- is a marketing spe-
attended and well-run. Massey for the golf- and Trends." Jackson Hos- pital team. cialist with the knowledge
Thanks go out to Indian ers. Thanks pital has made significant In addition, we have a to assist us in improving
Springs Golf Club for all to Wal-Mart for their con- strides that have improved great event that will take our skills. The program is
their efforts to make the tinued support. the quality of health care place right after the First from 9:30 a.m.- 11:30 a.m.
Chamber of Commerce And there are manymore in Jackson County. Under Friday Breakfast. In this in the same room, as the
i tournament a success. The helpers, too numerous for Larry's leadership, an $8.5 day of constantly changing Chamber Breakfast. The
plan is to build off each me to mention here. To million dollar renovation technology, it is beneficial cost of the seminar is $15.
Aug. 9, 193 -Apr.28,2014 year and improve the event the businesses that spon- has been completed that for businesses to under- at the door (cash or check
intheupcomingyear.Most, sored teams and holes, modernized and upgrad- stand social media and only) or register. online
Funeral services for Ed- importantly, I wouldlike to special gratitude is due; ed the facility and made how it can benefit a busi- at www.northfloridabiz.
ward Lee Baxter, 80, of thank all of the sponsors truly without you there it possible for some new ness. In conjunction with com. Please make plans to
Cairo, GA, are at 2:00 p.m., that make the tournament would be no tournament, services to be offered..Be- Chipola College and the attend.
Wednesday, April 30, 2014, possible. Florida Public Thanks and appreciation cause of the uncertainty of Jackson County Chamber, Breakfast begins at 7 a.m.
at the Chapel of Clark Fu- Utilities has been our pre- goes out to you all from the today's health care climate, the Small Business Devel- sharp and the program will
neral Home, Cairo, GA.
Chralin David Cook wlGA mier sponsor for some Jackson County Chamber managing a successful opment Center will,host a begin shortly afterwards.
officiate. Services will con-
clude at the Chapel. Inter-
menrit will be in Tired Creek a r it n n d at
Primitive Baptist Church Local credit lender continues education to serve customers
Cemetery, Whigham, GA.
Mr. Baxter passed away
at Bainbridge Health Care, Farm Credit of North- plete the course degree.
Bainbridge, GA, on Mon- west Florida Loan Officer Farm Credit of Northwest
day, April 28, 2014. Amber Whitford complet Florida Chief Lending Of-
Mr. Baxter was born on
AuMr.gust 9 1933, in Malone, ed a degree in February. ficer Jay Baker presented
FL, to the late Cola Baxter that will increase her abil- her diploma and recog-
and Lotene Green Baxter. ity to serve customers. nized her achievement:
On June 4, 1955, he mar- The degree, offered "Amber's commitment-
ried Lucy Pearl Tindell through Farm Credit to furthering her lending
Baxter, who survives. He University, focused on knowledge will be ben-
served his country during customer and financial eficial to our customers.
WWII in the U.S. Army. product knowledge, port- Now she is even better
While vlorking as a social folio segmentation, sales equipped to help them
worker with the Florida and marketing, tax re- get the right financing for
State Hospital in
Chattahoochee, pitFL, he turn analysis and small their needs."
earned two masters de-. loan analysis to help Mrs. Farm Credit Univer-
grees from FAMU. He was Whitford. better assist sity is a blended training
a member of the First Free- customers with their fi- program that combines
will Baptist Church of nancial needs. eLearning and traditional
Cairo, GA. Mrs. Whitford was training media.
Survivors include: his among 34 Ag Lenders Class content is present-:
wife, Lucy Pearl Tindell from nine different lend- edinanonlineformat, and
Baxter of Fernandina ing institutions and 11 has been peer-reviewed
Beach, FL; daughters, Ann different states who re- by leading academics,
Carlson (Danny) of Cairo, SUBMITTD PHOTO
GA, rlsonsa Baxter of ceived graduation diplo- lenders, members of the
Fernandina Beach, FL; mas in March from F~arm Farm Financial Standards Mrs. Whitford receiving FCU diploma.
grandchildren, Jennifer Credit University. Council and instructional a bachelor's degree, in by its member-borrowers. Farm Credit system es-
Benton (Billy) of Sneads, Classes began August design professionals. business administration. It provides farm loans tablished in 1916. to
FL, Lorrie Hickey of Ma- 5, 2013 and continued Mrs. Whitford has Farm Credit of North- for land, equipment, provide a 'dependable
rianna, FL, Jenny Baxter of through February 21, been with Farm Credit of west Florida is a locally livestock, produc- source of credit to farm-
Orange Park, FL, Lindsey 2014. Northwest Florida forfour owned and controlled ag- tion and rural home ers and rural America.
Tharp (Andy) of Havana, Mrs. Whitford received years. She is a graduate riculture financial coop- mortgages. Farm Credit
FL; Kyle Benton and Alex honors for her final case of the University of Flor- erative headquartered in of Northwest Florida For more information,
Benton, both of Sneads, FL;
o- brh Ros.. e study project to com- ida where she receiyed Marianna, Fla.,andowned is part of the National visitwww.farmcredit-fl.com.
(Mary) of Malone, FL and
Raymond Baxter (Marie) of
Malone, FL. D
He was preceded in
death by his parents and a
brother, Ryals Baxter.
Memorials may be made
in Mr. Baxter's memory to:
The Michael J. Fox Founda-
tion for Parkinson's Re-
search, 'Grand Central Sta-
tion, PO Box 4777, New
York, NY 10163-4777.
.The family will receive
friends following the funer-
al service 'at the Chapel.
Guests may sign the online
register at www.clarkfuner
James & Sikes
4278 Lafayette Street
Mike Haile, 66, of Marian- '
na died Tuesday, April 29,
2014 at his residence.
willbe announced later by
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel.
Expressions of sympathy
may b'e made online at
James & Sikes Funeral
Homes Maddox Chapel.
Artistic Designsninited Inc.
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2911 Jeffersn St. Marianna
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BY DUSTIN KENT of the first four batters she faced,
firstname.lastname@example.org with the final free pass to Jenna
toght at 7 p.m. With a win, Reeves fording Dayane Armenta
The Chipola Lady Indians home with stillno outs.
jumped back in action Saturday Peres got out of the jam by
in Gainesville with a double- striking out Alyssa Hathcoat and
header sweep of Santa Fe, win- Jennifer Cottle back-to-back and
ning by scores of 2-0 and 7-6. Rosanne deVries to ground out.
It was the first doubleheader The Saints' pitcher settled in af-
Chipola will host Wallace for Chipola since finishing the ter the shaky first inning, but her
Panhandle Conference schedule teammates couldn't do much to
Monda at 5 p.m. April 14 with a split against Gulf generate offense against Elliott,
Coast State. stranding nine runners over
Jessica Elliott tossed a com- the first six innings and going
plete game shutout to win the 0-for-7 with runners in scoring
first game, allowing just three position.
play in the FCSAA tourna hits and three walks and striking The Lady Indians added an
ntridayinensacola out six to earn her 19th victory of -insurance run in the top of the
against State College of the season. fifth with a solo home run by
Florida at 2 phipola took the lead with a Brashante Dareus, her 12th long
run in the top of the first inning ball of the season. KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN
Friday at 7 p.m. win or lose, when Santa Fe starting pitcher Alyssa Hathcoat (23) hits during a game earlier this season. Chipola swept
taking on the winner of Tal- Madelynne Peres walked three See SWEEP, Page 8B a doubleheader against Santa Fe on Saturday.
aae vFuslfilliH a dream
loserTigers' Padgett commits
Theto Mississippi State
BY DUSTIN KENT
Graceville Tigers' star pitcher Jared Padgett..
made his college choice known Tuesday af-
ternoon by committing to play for the Missis-
sippi State Bulldogs and coach ohn Cohen.coming
Padgett, who just finished his junior seasoDinner
at GHS, visited the University of South Caro-ksonCounty
lina last weekend but ultimately picked the
Bulldogs over his childhood favorite thanks
to trip to the MSU campus last month.
"I went there and saw them playVandy and
fell in love with it," he said. "Itcherwas packed and
a great crowd. That's what you want to pitch
under. I'by excited about the opportunity. I
went on a few other visits, but I just loved ev-
- l up serything about Mississippi State. The coachens
were great and the fan base is great. Theywel-
corned me and made mefeel like it seas home.
That's something I vwant to be a part of."
However, there's still no guarantee that
Padgett ever gets to Starkville, as he is projected
libymanyto be picked withinthe flirstely pive rounds
of the 2015 Major League Baseball Diaft.
SBullPadgett said if he does become a high draftnks
pick that he fully intends on signing a contract
and pursuing his dream of playing profes-
sional baseball, though playing college base-
Sball in the Southeastern Conference would be
a pretty good consolation prize.
"It's eery kid's dream to be drafted, but
then :again, you've got to come to reality
fsometimes," he said. "There's no telling howand
it's greaoing to go, so you've got to havepa back-
up plano Not everything is gsing to be perfect
and go the ay yo want it to go." home.
Theat's sfoot- left-hander had a great season
for the Tigers in 2014, finishing with a 6-2 re-
cord and p istckg a 1.10 Earned Run Average
with 125 strikeouts in 53 innings.
Padgett said that he was happy with howdraft
performed this season, but heknows thathet
still has a great deal of progress to make in or-
der to realize his ultimate goals.
"I'm kind of satisfied with where I am as a
pitcher, but I've got to look at the-future of
it," he said. "I want to have an edge over my
competitors and batters, and' I know there are
2,000 other guys like me who are left-handed.son
and throw low nineties and can be dominant,
KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN SO I have to continue to get better. There's al-
Jared Padgett. pltches for Gracevllle in a game earlier this season. Padgett has committed to ways some way that you can getbetter as a
Mississippi State. player."
POSTPONED GAME asebal
PT E AIndians move to No. i
in final state poll
BY DUSTIN KENT four games.
email@example.com Gulf Coast dropped to No. 5 in
the state poll and still received
The Chipola Indians moved one first-place vote, with St.
up to No. 1 in the latest and final: Johns River State (37-12) comn
Florida College System Activities ing in second in the poll, fol-
Association baseball poll Tues lowed by Polk State (36-12) at
day, moving up from No. 3 and No. 3, and Miami Dade (30-14)
garnering 12 of 21 first-place at No.4.
votes The rest of the top 10 is
Chipola (36-10) clinched the rounded out,by Central Flor-
Panhandle Conference cham- ida (32-16), State College of
pionship outright after beat- Florida (30-18), Palm Beach
ing the Northwest Florida State (28-21), Tallahassee (138-
State Raiders 13-5 on Friday in 16), and Eastern Florida State
The Indians knocked Gulf Northwest Florida State (27-t
Coast State (37-12) out of the top 18) fell out of the rankings af-
TKRSTECLOUD/FLoRIDAN spot, as the Commodores ended ter being No. 9 in last week's
Sneads'Tina Green (12) beats the throw to second in a game earlier this the season with back to back poll.
season. The Lady Pirates' IA state tournament game against Central losses to the Tallahassee Eagles
scheduled for Tuesday night was postponed until tonight at 7 p.m. and have lost three of their' last NSee POLLPage 8BL.
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Reaction to NBA
Sterling banned for life banning Clipper
The Associated Press owner Sterling
NEW YORK Issuing
about the strongest rebuke The Associated Press stands for everybody!"
that he could, NBA Com- former star Shaquille
missioner Adam Silver Reaction to NBA Comrn- O'Neal on Twitter.
banned Los Angeles Clip- missioner Adam Silver
pers owner Donald Sterling banning Los Angeles "This is a huge victory
for life Tuesday for making Clippers owner Donald for those of us that stood
racist comments in a re- i Sterling for life Tuesday against this ugly display
corded conversation, the for racist remarks: of racism." the Rev. Al
first step toward forcing a Sharpton.
sale of the club and per- "Commissioner Silver
manently removing Ster- thank you for protecting 'Standing ovation' for
ling from the league. our beautiful and power- Commissioner Silver. Big
Silver also fined Sterling ful league!! Great leader!! time. decision standing
$2.5 million, and again ex- (hash) BiggerThanBaske up for the league and it's
pressed outrage. tball (hash)StriveForGr players. Now, Gotta see it
"I fully expect to get the eatness" Miami Heat through."- Golden State
support I need from the star LeBron James on guard Stephen Curry on
other NBA owners to re- Twitter. Twitter. The Warriors are
move him," Silver said. facing the Clippers in the
Several owners imme- "We are one." Clip- playoffs.
diately chimed in with THEASSOCIATEDPRESS FILE pers'website.
support of Silver's deci- Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling (right) sits with V. Stiviano as the Clippers play the !'We're all so fortunate
sion. Sterling, the league's Los Angeles Lakers during a preseason game in Los Angeles on Dec.19, 2010. "Commissioner Silver to be part of a game that
longest-tenured owner any business or player per- I'm outraged'so I certainly gan expressing intense has made the right moves transcends these kinds
and someone with an es- sonnel decisions involving understand other people's displeasure with the situ- in response to this unfor- of misguided ignorances.
timated net worth of about the team, or being part of outrage.Thiswilltakesome ation, even going so far as tunate absurd spectacle." The beauty and ideals of
$2 billion, did not offer any any league business. time and appropriate heal- to ask Sacramento Mayor -Cleveland Cavaliers our game will long outlive
immediate comment. It's unclear how Sterling ing will be necessary." Kevin Johnson to get in- owner Dan Gilbert on these kinds of things that
The penalties, which will respond. After the announcement, volved on behalf of the Twitter. should not happen."-
were announced only "This league is far bigger the Clippers' website had a players' union. Dallas Mavericks coach
three days after the scan- than any one owner, any simple message: "We are "When one rotten apple "The alleged statements Rick Carlisle.
dal broke, are the harshest one coach and any one one," it read. does something, or if you made by Mr. Sterling were
ever issued by the league player," said Silver, who as "We wholeheartedly see cancer, you've got to deplorable and cannot be "Credit to NBA play-
and among the stiffest commissioner has broad support and embrace cut it out really quickly," tolerated. Bigotry and ha- ers, the NBA commmity
punishments ever given to powers under what's typi- the decision by the NBA Kevin Johnson said at a tred have no place in the and Adam Silverfor com-
an owner in professional cally called the "best inter- and Commissioner Adam news conference in Los NBA or any other arena ing together and acting
sports. Silver said a league est of the game" clause of Silver today.'Now the Angeles, flanked by NBA of oursociety." -NAACP quickly. No room for
investigation found that the NBA constitution. healing process begins," legend Kareem Abdul-Jab- statement. racists in sport." NFL
Sterling was in fact the But Silver works for the the Clippers added in a bar and players like Steve Players Association Exec-
person on the audiotapes owners, and he will need statement. Nash, Tyson Chandler, "Way to go, Commis- utive Director DeMaurice
that were released over the 75 percent of them if all Sterling's commentswere Luke Walton and Roger sioner Silver! The NBA Smith.
weekend and immediately 30 teams vote, he'll need released over the week- Mason Jr., among others.
sent shock waves through- 23 on his side to force end by TMZ and Dead- "And Commissioner Silver
out the game. Sterling out of the league spin, and numerous NBA did that in real time. We're
"We stand together in completely. owners and players have so proud and thankful for
condemning Mr. Sterling's The fine will be donated condemned them. Even him."
views," Silver said. "They to organizations dedicated President Barack Obama The sanctions came a
simply have no place in to anti-discrimination and weighed in on the crisis, few hours before the Clip-
the NBAL" tolerance efforts that will the first of Silver's brief pers were to play Gold-
Sterling acknowledged be jointly selected by the tenure as commissioner. en State in Game 5 of a
he was the man on the NBA and the Players Asso- "Commissioner Silver tied-up Western Confer-
tape, Silver said. ciation, Silver said. thank you for protecting ence first-round playoff
Sterling still owns the "This has all happened our beautiful and power- series.
team, but going forward he in three days, and so I am ful league!! Great leader!!," Before Silver took the
isimmediatelybarredfrom hopeful there will be no Miami Heat star LeBron podium, Dallas Mavericks
attending any NBA games long-term damage to the James wrote on Twitter. owner Mark Cuban tweet-
or practices, being present league and to the Clip- The league's investiga- ed out a photo of the NBA
at any Clippers office or' pers organization," Silver tion started Saturday and Constitution, saying"It ex- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
facility, participating in said. "But as I said earlier, players immediately be- ists for a reason." NBACommissionerAdam Silverspeaksata news conference
in New York on Tuesday. Silver announced that Los Angeles
Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been banned for life by
the league in response to racist comments the league says
Heat get rst aft rsweg Bobcats he made in a recorded conversation.
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nent. That would mean Miami's Dwyane Wade (3) shoots over Charlotte's Cody Zeller in many ways, the Bob-
at least a week off for the (40) during Game 4 of an opening-round NBA playoff series in cats might have been just
two-time defending NBA Charlotte, N.C., on Monday. what the Heat needed.
champions. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra closed out its opponent, The Heat were chal-
"I'm sure our guys will said. and only the Heat swept lenged by a hungry Char-
love it, but the most impor- Miami is the only team their series. lotte team, but were never
tant thing is that we have that can say that. "Nothing is guaranteed," in any real danger of losing
the chance to move on," No other NBA team has Spoelstra said. "Some the series.
PolicesayAll-Star ring stolen from Paul Georgeps amtlAi
The Associated Press game included multiple a 3-2 deficit in their best- Apair ofsneakers, valued
diamonds.Also taken was of-seven series with the at $170, and a $20 bill also
INDIANAPOLIS Pac- a watch val- Hawks. were reportedlytaken.
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his platinum All-Star ring George's
valued at $15,000 stolen p ar e n t s,
from his home Monday who attend-
night. ed Monday
The Indianapolis police night's play-
report said there was no George off game
forced entry in the bur- against At-
glary, estimating the total lanta, reported the theft
value of items taken at shortly before midnight
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Seahawks extend Thomas deal TroyVincent
The Associated Press to speak with
RENTON, Wash. Earl
Thomas was late to the an- en ed aye
nouncement for his own
contract extension, prov-
ing the Seattle Seahawks The Associated Press details.
All-Pro free safety isn't just "When I am making
fast on the field. NEWYORK-TroyVin- the rounds with the sus-
Driving a little too-speedy cent is hitting the road penrided players, I want'
to the Seahawks' facility on in his new job as the to make sure we are
Thesday morning made NFL's football operations educating them to keep
Thomas late after getting director, meeting with them on the field What
pulled over. players who have been were they seeing on the
"I didn't try and bulldog suspended for on-field plays (that led to suspen-
him and say, 'My name incidents. sions)? Are they' seeing
is Earl Thomas.' Because He would not specify what they are supposed
then he would be like, 'This which players. Nor did to? Do they completely
dude is cocky,' and give me Vincent reveal the iden- understand the rules? It's
a ticket," Thomas joked. tity of other players who about taking the guessing
'He let me off. That's the are on a league list of out."
moral of the story." those closing in on sus- Among the players sus-
Thomas was locked up, pensions for further on- pended by the league
through the 2018 season field rules violations. But last season were Texans
when the Seahawks an- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS he's got a clear plan about defensive end Antonio
nounced a four-year con- Seattle Seahawks' Earl Thomas (center) stands with head coach Pete Carroll (left) and general what he will discuss with Smith, Titans safety Mi-
tract extension makinghim manager John Schneider before beginning a news conference Tuesday in Renton, Wash. them. chael Griffin, Buccaneers
the highest-paid safety in along with teammate Kam "It's all about educat- safety Dashon Goldson,
the NFL. The deal is worth "When wre d the ciance to takeEarl, Idon't kno Chancellor, who signed an ing," says Vincent, who. Redskins safety Brandon
$40 million over four years extension through 2017 recently replaced Ray Merriweather and Colts
and includes $27.7 million thatla peiateditasmuh asd no thegreat last offseason. Anderson in one of the linebacker Erik Walden,
in guaranteed money. eompetitor that he is. He has throughout the time "That's my family. That's league's most powerful each for one regular-sea-
Thomas wanted the title he's been with us as a very young man, hasplayed the people, that have jobs. son game. Each for illegal
of highest-paid safety. He at the highestleelhe can generate every single day helped me," Thomas said. "The devil is in the hits.
also wanted the responsI- that h'splayedfr us in this organixation." You learn from every-
bility that comes with that. Pete Car e body, every opportunity
Thomas was hoping to get Seattle head ou get. I dot waste my
a long-term deal in place time. I invest everything."
before the Seahawks start Seattle hires former
organized team activities Seattle's defensive frame- Richard Sherman. Dolphis GM Ireland
later this month so there work, and Thomas has Staying in-house has Dolphins GM Ireland
were no distractions head- remained reliable at clean- been the Seahawks' prior- RENTON, Wash. The
ing into the 2014 season. ing up any problems in the ity this offseason; they also Seattle Seahawks have
"I compete in everything back. took care of bringing back hired former Miami Dol-
that I do and I want to set "I think the thing that defensive end Michael phins general manager Jeff
the bar. That was my goal," comes to the front for me Bennett. Ireland as a consultant for
Thomas said. is this program has always "Sherm has everything the team through the 2014
Thomas was Seattle's been based on competi- under control. He'll take draft.
second first-round pick tion. When we look for care ofit," Thomas said. Seattle announced the
in the 2010 draft, the first players and coaches to add Schneider said the com- hiring on Monday. Fox THEASSOCIATEDPRESSFILE
with coach Pete Carroll to our club we're always mitment to Thomas is an- Sports reported the move Former NFL player Troy Vincent speaks during an NFL
and general manager John looking for great competi- other signal that Seattle over the weekend. Player Health and Safety news conference in New Orleans
Schneider leading the tors," Carroll said. "When doesn't intend on being a Ireland was the Dol- on Jan 31,2013.
franchise. we had the chance to take contender or a champion phins' general manager for
It's turned out to be one Earl, I don't know that I ap- just once. six seasons before he left
of the most important se- preciated it as much as I do "I think you're seeing the team in January fol-
lections the team has made now the great competitor an evolution of our de- lowing a tumultuous 2013 Co mpanioAnimal dicin
since starting a makeover that he is. He has through- velopment in terms of ac- season for Miami, whichC o M S.
with the duo in charge of out the time he's been with quisition and how we're was rocked by a bullying o A,.
molding the S dahawks into us as a very young man, building this team to be a scandal and a December
a championship club. has played at the high- consistent championship- collapse that cost the team Citizens o ackn unty
Thomas is a two-time est level he can gener- caliber team," Schneider a playoff berth. and your support. :
first-team All-Pro selec- ate every single day that said. "We talk about it all Ireland, a protege of 2909 ef eon treet .8.-482 3 20
tion and regarded as the he's played for us in this the time we don't want to Bill Parcells, was hired as
top safety in the NFL. The organization." be a team that cruises in general. manager in 2008,
Seahawks would be a dif- Thomas gets the second and cruises out." and the Dolphins won
ferent defensive team if major extension Seattle Thomas wanted to share the AFC East in his first
they didn't have Thomas' has announced this offsea- the day with those close to season.
skills at their disposal. His son after locking up Car- him. He made sure one of The Seahawks did not
speed allows Thomas un- roll through 2016. Now the the photo ops before the say whether Ireland
common range in cover- question is if the Seahawks formal announcement would remain with the
age. He's become more can get an extension done included most of the de- franchise following the Free Energy Check-Ups!
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Ex-girlfriend sues former player Hugh Douglas
The Associated Press saults by Douglas last year. encounter at a Hartford ho- Davila said she and
"The criminal justice tel, but pleaded no contest Douglas were in a rela- Rister Tax & Accounting
HARTFORD, Conn. -An (system) failed me," Davila to misdemeanor breach of tionship for about eight
ex-girlfriend of former said. "I am hopeful that peace in February and was months last year and he Income Tax
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ford, and her attorney, Glo- yet. Douglas didn't return afterward, even though and dragged her around
ria Alred, who has worked a phone message seeking she didn't want to, but she the apartment.
on several cases involving comment. didn't accuse him of sexual Allred said she hopes the
prominent people, filed Douglas, 42, of Bryn assault, lawsuit sends a message to
thecivillawsuitMondayin Mawr, Pa., played for the ,Douglas told Hartford athletes.
U.S. District Court in Con- New York Jets, Philadel- police that night that Da- "Athletes are often given
necticut. Davila believes phia Eagles and Jackson- vila's injuries were from special treatment by pros-
she didn't get justice in the ville Jaguars from 1995 to "rough sex," according to a ecutors. This case should
criminal case invrolving the 2004 and is a former ESPN police report. Brinson later let athletes know that their
hotel incident and is seek- football analyst. argued the prosecution's' famedoes notmatter,"All- Get Real auto insurance
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Bears WR Morgan aware of "Josh Morgan's
charged with presence ata weekend
incident in Washington,
assault in DC D.C.," and are gathering
Carolina WASHINGTON Chi- information.
Panthers cago Bears wide receiver Morgan agreed to a
quarterback Josh Morgan has been one-year contract with
Cam Newton arrested and charged Chicago last week. He
(1) passes with punching a man played for Washington
against the outside a Washington for each of the previous
San Francisco nightclub. two seasons.
49ers during DC police spokesman Morgan toldWRC-TV
the divisional Officer Paul Metcalf in Washington that he
playoff game, confirmed Monday didn't touch the man.
Jan.r12 in night that a man named The TV station also
Jharloe. osh Morgan was ar- reported that Morgan
rested early Sunday and was issued a citation to
charged with simple appear in court.
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assault, a misdemeanor.
P anth ers em: The Bears say they are From wire reports
Panthers GM Gettleman:
Draft needs are OT WR, CB
The Associated Press but if there is a blue goose pass rusher with that."
there or a blue goose defensive tackle The Panthers transitioned into
CHARLOTTE N.C. General sittingthere I'mnot going to be afraid" more of a running team last season,
manager Dave Gettleman said the to draft him, Gettleman said. rushing for at least 100 yards in 15 of
Panthers want a left tackle to protect But Carolina's biggest needs are at the team's 16 regular season games Former
Cam Newtons blindside and ayoung offensive tackle and wide receiver,' while placing less emphasis on their Washington
wide receiver for the Pro Bowl quar- where they need to replace wide wide receivers. Redskins
terback to throw to this season. receiver Steve Smith and offensive As a group Carolina's wide receiv- wide
Gettleman also pointed to corner- tackle Jordan Gross, a pair of co- ers averaged less than 10 receptions receiver
back as an area of need as Carolina captains considered to be two of the per game in 2013. Josh Morgan
prepares for the May 8-10 NFL draft. franchise's best players over the last That may be one of the reasons runs with
But the second-year GM insisted decade. that along with releasing Smith, the ball
Tuesday in a pre-draft press confer- Smith was released in a salary cap the Panthers let free agent wide re- against the
ence the Panthers won't stretch to fill move, while Gross retired. Consid- ceivers Brandon LaFell, Ted Ginn Jr. New York
any of those needs if the right player ered iconic figures in the Carolinas, and Domenik Hixon sign with other Giants in
isn't available. Smith was with the Panthers for 13 teams a decision that left fans Landover,
"When you make up your mind seasons and Gross 11. complaining about the direction of Md., on Dec.
to take a position because of need, Gettleman said combined there are the offense. 1,2013.
more often than not you're going to about 10 offensive tackles and wide Carolina replaced that group with THEASSOCIATEDPRESS FILE
make a mistake," Gettleman said. receivers who deserve to be drafted free agent wide receivers Jerricho
The Panthers have the 28th pick in in the first round. Cotchery from Pittsburgh, Tiquan
this year's draft. It appears the Panthers value an of- Underwood from Tampa Bay and, I
Gettleman subscribes to the age- fensive tackle more than a receiver. Jason Avant from Philadelphia. Get-
old theory of drafting the-best player Panthers coach Ron Rivera said tleman and Rivera also remain high CHARLES E. KENT, SR. Owner, LFD
available on the draft board. That protecting Newton and giving him on two Marvin McNutt and Tavarres C ES KEN, J.
blueprint worked last year when the weapons are both important, but King, a pair of young wide receivers
Panthers selected defensive tackle said ifhe had to choose one he'd lean that were on last year's roster but
Kawaan Short from Purdue in the toward finding him a blocker. mostly inactive on game day.
second round even after taking an- "I think protecting him," is more .Cornerback has been another areauc
other defensive tackle, Utah's Star important, Rivera said. "You have of need for years.* .
Lotulelei, in the first. so many opportunities to get play- This past offseason the Panthers
Both turned out to be solid con- makers on the field. Other than the allowed cornerback Captain Mun-
tributors for the league's second- quarterback there are five other guys nerlyn, a five-year starter, to walk in *I:
ranked defense last season, helping who can make plays for you. I think free agency. They replaced him with D- U B L
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160 acres in Jackson Couny onranty, must sell $200 down, $239 per month. Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 LF160467 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR JACKSON
Ernest Granger Rd. Call Ron Ellis 334-714-0028. r COUNTY FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
Parcial Timber Hunting $2600. per ac. Kia 2013 Optima, low miles, under warranty, File No 2014-CP-46
limber Hunting like new. $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron CALL FOR TOP PRICE IN RE: ESTATE OF CARRIELEE TAYLOR,
(Sell Full Tract) For details 334-701-6565. Ellis 334-714-0028. Deceased.
Lincoln 2008 MKZ: white, FOR JUNK VEHICLES NOTICE TO CREDITORS
E O chrome wheels, moon I ALSO SELL USED PARTS (Summary Administration)
roof, heated/ cooled
50 +or- Acre Farm ready for horses, cattle, ets, mles, original 24 HOUR TOWING 3347928664 TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
goats.6xb DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
goats. 60x60 barn. Includes a 3 BR, 1 bath. owner, very clean. $14,500. Call 334-494-3347 The administration of the estate of Carrie Lee
$325,000. Cand Properties. 850-387-5517 Joe Farris Land and Lincoln/Mercury Tracer 1991 with 44K miles DH Taylor, deceased, whose date of death was
Standoriginal miles,4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue # J S May 18, 2012, is pending in the Circuit Court for
Modem home with upgraded features. 4/2%, matalic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-701-0010. Sell us your semi OR Junk car. Jackson County, Florida, Probate Division, the
2816 sq. ft. Plenty of room for family. Inground Misshi 2004 Eclipe 14K mile au atic, Truck, se semtralers and address of which is 4445 Lafayette Street, Ma-
pool. 39.1 acres- 10 with timber. 25 miles to suhroof, new tires $5500, FIRM 334-596-9966. farm equipmens rianna, Florida, 32446. The names and address-
Dothan.MLS# 619006 in Panama City MLS. s k sreek es of the petitioner and the petitioner's attor-
$430,000. Joe Farris Land and Stand Properties. Toyota 2013 Corolla, full warranty, must sell. FREE Pi Up 7 days a wk ney are set forth below.
Call for appt. 850-387-5517. $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334 7 days a week 7am 8p 334-200-6487. All creditors of the decedent and other persons
714-0028. Title or no Tite u to what the law allows. having claims or demands against decedent's
MOTO RCYCLES NOURREN LIEN........estate on whom a copy of this notice is re-
li'Tlj*]fBHBffl ni^ rufiI ** ******* im quired to be served must file their claims with
rO a Clunke this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
.E__ta_ T _nam_ ']_m_ 2007 Yamaha V Star 1300 Touring: 10,500 miles, ot his cot WITHTI THE LIRST P ATI ONTH
new tires, many extras, black & chrome, wind- : We'll beyour Junker! OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
l Cart ith all ne baerie shield & bags $5900 Cash Only. Call 931-303- We buy wrecked cars OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
Golf Cart With all new batteries 4658 and Farm Equip. at a THEM.
(4) $2,500. Call: 334-791-4485. 2011 Harley Davidson Super Glide Custom fair and honest price!. All other reditors of the decedent and other
cool blue pearl & vivid black, garage kept, 250 Complete Cars : pe having claim r s against de-
1 cedent's estate must file their claims with this
11K mi. _Driving lights, passenger back rest, CALL 334-714-6285 court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
1987 MasterCraft ProStar 190 Tournament Ski luggage rack, quick release windshield, ,,, ................. J THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
Boat 351 inboard with Power Slot transmis- anit-theft system with/pager, cruise pegs, oil ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
sion. Mastercraft inboard trailer included. pressure gauge, dust cover included ODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
Bimini top and cover. Kenwood marine stereo 4 $12,900 334-598-0061 Absolutely Original!! FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
with four 6 1/2's Kicker marine speakers. Side Harley Davidson 2002 BARRED.
Harley Davdso 9022 NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET
gunnel storage. Ski mirror. Ski pylon. Carpet Sportster 1200 NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET
and interior in great condition. Super running 8,500 e ots o extras. ORH AOE A ED TO
motor. Call 229-861-2437 or 334-701-9282 Y Asking $4,500 OBO. OF DEATH IS BARRED.
1Cristie CapnBso .Csoi. Call 334-796-8817 The date. of first publication of this notice is
1997,18 ft Champion Bass Boat Custom April 29,2014.
trailer,150 hp Evinrude motor. Like newtrolling Suzuki 2003 Volusa 800 excellent condition, LEGf IT IS'i
motor. Very fast. $4,300. obo. 334-714-4776 $2800. OBO 850-209-3951 or 850-209-3952 Attorney for Person Giving Notice:
Blue' Fin Bass 1998 SPe ULIT LF160450 Jami Coleman
Elimator All Aluminum Attorney for Petitioner
Bass Boat, 50 HP force en- Ford 2006 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Florida Bar Number: 0088983
gine, galvanized trailer- Expedition FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT VIERA WILLIAMS, P.A.
new tires, all in very good Lmited-156k i IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA 545 East Tennessee Street, Suite 100-A
tires,PROBATE DIVISION Tallahassee, Flrida, 32308
condition, 2 live well box- miles, video CASE NO. 2014 CP 51 Telephone: (850) 222-0013
es, 4 new seats, new Humminbird fish finder system, 2nd. Fax: (850) 222-9047
$3,995 OBO 828-837-1314 or 828-421-0998 row captain, IN RE: THE ESTATE OF JIMMY CHESTON SIMS, E-Mail: JColeman@VieraWilliams.com
Ranger 1988 454V, sunroof, towing pkg. $9,000, 334-740-0525 Deceased
150 hp Black Max Ford 2010 Explorer. Eddie Person Giving Notice:
Mecury, live wells, Bauer Edition. 3rd row seat NOTICE TO CREDITORS Luella Palmer
trolling motor, $5,000 Clean, locally owned. Well 610 Saint Rose Road
334-695-4780 maintained. Clean CarFax. The administration of the estate of Jimmy Grand Ridge, Florida 32442
Boat 1995 Larson 174SEICB, 4.3L Alpha with Leather w/umbar support. Cheston Sims, deceased, whosedate of death
accessories, better'than good condition, will Roomy,quiet interior. Rugged SUV/truck-based was August 29, 2013, is pending in the Circuit LF160468
nacceoes, body-on-rame. Hety to r $6 Court for Jackson County, Florida, Probate Dvi- NOTICE OF ELECTION
not last $6000 Call 334-673-1355 4-45-34 wiregrascars. slon, the address of which Is 4445 Lafayette
Jason 15 ft. fiberglass Bass Boat, 70 hp Yamaha Street, Maranna, Florida 32446. The names The Town of Greenwood will hold an election
motor, super motor guide trolling motor, 2-fish t: l :lT C BUSE ,TRATO ,i l and addresses of the personal representative June 2, 2014, for the positions of Two (2) Coun-
finders, good cond. $3500. 334-792-6747. and the personal representative's attorney are cil Seats. These positions are four (4) year
Pontoon Boat Bass Tracker 21', like new, 60HP et othdecedent and other perso terms
Mecury 4 stroke engine, less than 50hrs. on All creditors of the decedent and other persons
toury,ut in live well and heay duty trollin having claims or demands against decedent's Qualifying for the above positions shall begin
motor, ut in lie wl d 0ay -y estate on whom a copy of this notice. s re- on May 5, 2014 and.end on May 9, 2014 at 1:00
motor. $8,500 770-460-9351 quired to be served must file their claims with PM. Applicants must be 18 years of age and a
P &T'E T LtEi'E RWI SV Chevy 2013 Sllverado LT, 6,000k miles, 2 wh.dr., this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 legal resident of the Town of Greenwood and
fully loaded, white, extended cab, $33,900 OBO, MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI- State of Florida for one (1) year.
Abstrea 1969, 30ft. International, in good 334-687-7702CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 AYS AFTER
shape, everything works, $3,000 OBO 334-689- THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NO- Further information concerning.qualifying fees,
9436 Ford 1995 F150: 8ft bed, very good condition, TICE ON THEM. term of office, etc., s available by calling the
runs and rides great, pictures available, $2,800. All other creditors of the decedent and other Town Hall. Phone number (850)594-1216.
MOTOR HOMES VI. ,Call 850-526-2964 or 850-557-2523 persons having claims or demands against de-
Jeep 2001 Wrangler Sahara: 5 speed manual, cedent's estate must file their claims with this
1985 Comfort 5th wheel Traler 34th sleeps 6, fully loaded, 33k mles, excellent condition, court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
double bed, stove, refrigerator, AC, needs $11,900 Call 850-258-314 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
wood rot repair $1200 Call 334-702-1362 U Y T R 60 b Tair W ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
1999 Winnebago 35' Motor Home with one UTILITY TRAILER 6x10 by Trailer World 2013, ODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
slide.Hashydulic levote eng wte 6 n000 custom built in cabinets, carpet, swing down FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
miles.18,000. Call for appointmentto see, back door, NEW spare tire and wheel, overhead BARRED. W fi
mile. $18, op insulated, Like New $1400. FIRM 334-441-7884 NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET .
^334-618-2534 OR 334-585-0180 FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
f 2001 Bounder 37ft. 51K mi.
300hp, Turbo Diesel, 6 sp.
Allison 300 mh auto trans.
7.5 generator, 2-slides, W/D lots of extras. 1997
Honda CRV tow car, all tow connections (could
be included) 334-792-0552 Serious Inq. ONLY !!
2008 Class C Winnebago AcceSs 31J
Motorhome with 2 slides, bunk beds, queen
bed in back, queen bed over cab, Jack-knife
sofa, dinette. Ford E-450 Frame, V-10 engine,
Banks system. 15,000 miles. Many extras!
$55,000. Call 334-333-2154 or 334-791-8223
for more information.
MUST SELL Tiffin 2003 Phaeton motor home,
3 slides, 3 Tv's, diesel, queen bed, Satellite,
many other features, some camping
accessories included. Selling for health
reasons. $68,000 FIRM 334-714-1671.
Pace Arrow 1999 Ford V10, 35ft. Leveling r ,
Jacks, back up camera, runs good, 86K miles,
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Chevorlet 2000 Blazer LS V-6, automatic, all FloriaP nhandleConcrete, LL
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$2,700. under KBB value. Call 334-714-1237 8 r0-e93-y812 & 85-592-7216 Br-5L 3-RO1e
Chrysler 2004 Sebrlng LXI Convertibie- Black. TRI 0-93-5812 850-92-721 Servin Jackson and Surrounding Counties
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145,000 miles. Contact Chad at 423.943.2530 D to,
Corvette 2000 Convertible: epens ncree er e Robert Stanfor
Blue, beige interior, full Quality, Affordable Concrete Work and Small Tractor Work
power, CD changer with 38Y. Experience* Licenredc Insurd lMUS IC LESSO)NS
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Honda 2010 Accord, 4 door, Real Sharpl $250 Hours: Mon-Frl 7-5 Sat 7-1 Owned and Operated by Home:850-674-5026 5 ) 7
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Panthers fire interim coach Peter Horachek
The Associated Press every possible candidate bought last fall by New
and take our time and York businessman Vincent
SUNRISE With a rela- make the right decision," Viola, had a change in the
tively ydung team, Florida Tallon said. executive ranks when Mi-
Panthers general manager Horachek had been the chael Yormark left as team
Dale Tallon is of the belief coach of Florida's AHL af- president earlier this year,
that the club needs an ex- filiate in San Antonio be- and the Panthers brought
perienced coach behind fore being summoned to back longtime'fan favorite
the bench. lead the Panthers. Tallon RobertoLuongo latein this
And with that, Peter said Horachek will not re- season.
Horachek's time as interim main with the organization Plus, the team has
coach is over. in any capacity. The team stockpiled plentyof picks
The Panthers fired will urge the next coach in the next two drafts
Horachek on Tuesday, af- to keep assistant coaches and woni ,the' right to
ter Florida went 26-36-4 John Madden and Brian draft :No. 1 overall this
under him this past sea- Skrudland, both of whom year.
son. Horachek had no Tallon has in high regard. "We, 'niot'sarting over,"
previous NHL coaching Horachek's fate was de- TallonrIsaid. "iWe've got a
experience before replac- THEALE cided in the last few days lot of young players on our
ing Kevin Dineen on Nov. Florida Panthers head coach Peter Horachek'gives instructions during a game betweFi the and he accepted the move team now, we'll have a few
8 and while Tallon lauded Pittsburgh Penguins and the Panthers in Pittsburgh on n.20. when told Tuesday in a more added each year as
the interim coach's work "classy" manner, Tallon we move forward and now
with the club, he simply that we're headed in," Tal- a hire before the draft in list of candidates,. and said. we have to surround them
thinks that a change in di- lon said. late 'June. He said Peter. there's .also speic~ tion The coaching 'decision with the right NHL:players
rection is needed. .Tallon said there's no Laviolette who was fired that he could target for- is one of many changes and pieces'thatwe will at-
"We just felt as a group timetable for finding a by the Philadelphia Fly- mer Nashville coach' Barry for the Panthers in recent tack in free agency or by
that it wasn't quite the new coach, other than that ers after only three games Trotz. months, with more moves trading some of these as-
right fit with the direction the team wants to make of this season is on his "We're going to interview coming. The team was sets that we have."
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