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Jackson County Floridan
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from staff reports Citing lack of evidence "no information" notice to stance, as lab reports from according to the original at the time the men were to prove who the drugs be- the court near the end of FDLE (Florida Department complaint filed against the arrested. Two men who were ar- longed to, authorities have March. of Law Enforecment) did men. During the stop, offi- The search revealed 1.6 rested last December on dropped charges -against Officials there explained not yield any fingerprints cers conducted a probable grams of methamphetdrug charges during a both men, Douglas Adam why in that document: of value," the filing stated. cause search after a canine amine in the glove box of traffic stop that revealed Harrison and Matthew "This is a constructive Shuff was driving the officer was deployed and the truck. Shuff and Hara stash of methamphet- Carl Shuff. possession case and there red Toyota pickup that alerted to the presence rison, his passenger, were amine no longer face those In the case, the state is no way to prove owner- was pulled over :because of narcotics, according to subsequently charged and allegations, attorney's office issued a ship of the controlled sub- of a seat belt violation, the news release issued arrested.


B rittney Shores,
a freshman at
Cottondale High
School (left) poses on
the front porch of her
home in Cottondale
Saturday afternoon
before leaving for
prom. Shores was the
winner of the online
"Capture Your Prom"
contest held by the
Floridan. Kristie Cloud,
the Floridan photographer, documented
Shores' day as she
prepared for the prom,
went to dinner with her
date and arrived at The
Gathering Place on U.S.
90 in Marianna for the
Cottondale High School
prom. Pictured (right)
are Shores and her date,
Alex Lamb. Lamb is a g junior at Cottondale
High and was one of
the announcers for the
"senior walk" Saturday
night. For more photos
from the day, see our

Doctor wants city to establish garden Man charged with Rain will
You might say that Marianna eye doctor Seymour From staff reports tion with special condi-t Rosen can see more roses tions of house arrest." than most. , A 30-year-old Grand In the course of their The ophthalmologist has Ridge resident and for- encounter, Rudd told the Y DEBORAH BUCKHALTER established a 25-bush rose mer inmate officer that his vehicle garden.on the grounds of faces new had run hot and that his office here, and he has charges fol- he'd pulled in behind the April and early May about 70 in bloom at his lowing his shopping center to look are key planting times home in Tallahassee. encounter for some water to put in for cotton and peanut Rosen thinks the resi- with local it while he waited for it to producers, but Wednesdents of Marianna should authorities cool off. day's heavy rains and see more roses, too. Rudd Jr. Wednesday The officer reported earlier downpours will He's asking the city of night. that Rudd was acting probably keep them Marianna to establish a A deputy with the Jack- nervous and that, when out of the fields for two rose garden on or near the son County Sheriff's Of- he was asked why he or three more weeks, steep hillside that lies adja- fice was concerned when was on probation, Rudd said Josh Thompson, cent to the farmers' market he saw a car parked in the gave "several different the regional agronomy pavilion in Madison Street dark near some dump- stories." extension agent serving Park. sters behind a cldsed The deputy also noted Jackson County. Rosen said he's willing to business in the Oak Sta- that it appeared to him Their heavy trachelp train up a couple of tion shopping plaza that no Water was leaking tors can't travel in the people to maintain such around 8:30 p.m. The of- from under the car Rudd soggy ground, and a garden and said he can ficer made contact with was driving, something the excessive water recommend some low- the man in the car, Alvin that would have been also could endanger 'maintenance varieties that Clarence Rudd Jr. consistent with hiis state- the success of their might fit right in. KRISTIE(CLOUD/FLORIDAN The officer checked ment that the car had crop even if the Rosen's enthusiasm for Kiandra Everett holds a Mr. Lincoln rose in front of Dr.Seymour Rudd's criminal history overheated, the officer equipment could get in the project could be fueled Rosen's office on Fourth Avenue in Marianna on Monday. Dr. and learned that "Rudd stated. to sow the fields.
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JACKSON COUNTY COummunity Calendar

F L O R ID A N TODAY 482-9620 for more information. Prepay to Marianna High School auditorium. A new Little Publisher Valeria First Friday Chamber Breakfast -7 am. Agri- receive an extra door prize ticket. Miss, Junior Miss and Miss Jackson County will be
Publisher - Valeria Roberts culture Center, 2741 Penn Ave. Marianna. Featured a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting - 8 crowned. $5 admission. speaker: Larry Meese CEO at Jackson Hospital a.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski Immediately following the breakfast there will be a Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. SUNDAY, MAY 4 seminar by Jeannie Retherford "Modern Market- n Annual Spring Yard Sale - 8 a.m to 2 p.m. a 56th Annual Baley Reunion - 12I30 p.m.
ing Madness" from 930-11:30 a.m. The cost is St. Luke's Episcopal Church. Furniture, clothing, Magnolia Baptist Church. All friends and family CONTACT US $15 (cash or check only) at the door oryou can books, household and baked goods, and toys for invited
CONTACT US register online at sale.
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Hooks and Needles - 10 a.m. at the Jackson Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion FAXTelephone: 850-526-3614 Hooks and4478 County Public Library, Marianna branch. New and Join Hands Day- 8 a.mrn. to 4 p.m. at McDan- - 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist
FAX:850-482-4478 County Public Library, Marianna branch. New and iel's' Grocery in Sneads. Woodmen of the World
Email: experienced handcrafters welcome to create, Capter ad oMnte wl Church 2901Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Street Address: share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482- jon hands to collect nonperishable food for the
4403 Constitution Lane 9631. needy in Jackson County. MONDAY, MAY 5
Marianna, FL32448 Annual Spring Yard Sale - noon to5 p.m.
Office HoursM St. Luke's Episcopal Church Furniture, clothing, 13th Annual Quilt Show - 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jackson County School District Preschool
Weekdays, 8 5p.m books, household d bakegoods, cland toys forthing, Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, 17869 NW Pioneer and Early Head Start Registration - 1-3 p.m.
Sad baked goods, nd toys for Settlement Rd. Blountstown. Admission Graceville Elementary School. Preschool registraMISS YOUR PAPER Chess Club - 6-8 p.. First United Metho donation of $4. Quit appraisals available tion is for children who are 3-4 years old on or
MISS YOUR PAPER Chess Club - 6-8 p.m. First United Methodist There will be Chinese auction, Fat Quarters and before September 1. Bring birth certificate, Social
You should receive your newspaper no later . Church on Clinton St. i Marianna. Sponsored by , FabriFps and a quilt block contests. Lunch Security card and proof of all family income to than 6a.m. If it does not arrive, cal Circula- Marianna Optimist Clu for tudents 8 -18 years atered for $5 a plate. Call 674-2777 for more registration. Packets avaible at school ites or tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to in Programs office. Bring forms to registration. Call Friday, and7 a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The a Relay for Life Kickoff- 6 p.m. Citizens i Fourth Annual Junior Flower Pot Project 482-1266 if you have any questions.
Frian 218 Lodge Park in Marianna Registration for cancer - 9a.m. to noonand 1-4 p.m. at Covenartool District preschool
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) survivors 5:30 p.m. Activities, music and fun for Hospice, 4215 Kelson Ave Suite E arianna. Fr Jackson County School District Preschool is publishedTuesday through Friday and all ages. Music by disc Jockey Michael Caughkan, children ages 5-14 years of age. Flower pots will and Early Head Start Registration - 1-3 p.m. Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid Christian rock band Bridge performing at 8 p.m. be displayed as silent auction items at the ninth at the Early Head Start Center in Marianna. at Marianna, FL. and local singer Trish Brannon performing. Lumi- annual Garden Gala on June 14. Workshop is free Preschool registration is for children who are nary ceremony at 9 p.m. with refreshments, flower pots and art materials 3-4 years old on or before September 1. Early SUBSCRIPTION RATES Celebrate Recovery - 7 p.m,. at Evangel Wor- provided. Call 482-8520 for more information. Head Start registration is for children 2 years Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 ship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. iChattahoochee Kids to Parks Event - or younger on or before September 1.(Must for three months; $62.05 for six months: Adult and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, 9 a.m. to noon EST US Army Corps of Engineer register at Early Childhood Center only for and $123.45 for one year. All prices include habits and hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care Woodruff/Seminole site Chattahoochee Park Early Head Start). Bring birth certificate, Social applicable state and local taxes. Mail available. Call 209-7856, 573-1131. (Booster Club), 236 Booster Club Road, Bain- Security card and proof of all family income to subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting - 8-9 bridge, Ga. (Located 2 miles from U.S. 90 in registration. Packets are available at school subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Chattahoochee). Buddy Beaver Fun Run featuring. sites or the Education Programs office. Bring com$92.24for six months and $184.47 for one Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.. Buddy Beaver the Safety Beaver, Muscogee pleted forms to registration. Call 482-1266 Indians teaching their dance, and much more. if you have any questions.
year. .SATURDAY, MAY Free with lots of prizes. Call 229-662-2001 for Jackson County School District Preschool more information, and Early Head Start Registration - 1-3 p.m. All subscriptions to the Jackson County Pancake and Sausage Breakfast - 7-10:30 a Concerned American Patriots of Jackson Grand Ridge School. Preschool registration is for Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving a.m. at Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, County Observe National Day of Prayer children ages 3-4 on or before September 1. Day for which there is a premium charge. Blountstown. $5 donations per adult (12 and - Noon at the Gazebo in Confederate Park down- HBring child's birth certificate; Social Security younger) $3 for children 5-11 children under 5 t in o br f Sial st ADVERTISING free. Will be serving pancakes, sausage, coffee, town Marianna card and proof of all family income to registramilk and orange juice. Call 674-2777 for more . a Shady Grove Cemetery Association Corn- tion. Packets are available at school sites or the The advertiser agrees thatthe publisher information. munity Wide Fish Fry- 4-6 p.m. at Shady Grove Education Programs office. Bring completed shall not be liable for damages arising Master's Gardener's Workshop "Sustain- Methodist Church, Grand Ridge. Adult plates are forms to registration. Call 482-1266 if you have out of errors and advertisements beyond ability"- 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Jackson County $10. Children's plates are $5. All-proceeds go to any questions. the amount paid for the space actually Extension Service, 2741 Penn Ave. Marianna. the Shady Grove Cemetery. City Jacob Regular Council meeting- 6 p.m. occupied by that portion of the advertise- Tickets are $15 which includes lunch. Call C a014 Jackson County Pageant - 6 p.m. Jacob City hall. Public welcome. ments in which the error occurred, whether
such error is due to the negligence of the The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL32447 publisher's employees o otherwise, and email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna. there shall be not liability for $-on-insertion of any advertisement beyond the
amount paid for such advertisement. This Police Ron dup newspaper will not knowingly accept or
publish illegal material of any kind.Advertis- MARIANNA POLICE reported the following ingi- damage report, four public ser- a Stephen Moore, 29; 5550 eing which exally presses prefersonal characteristics isce DEPARTMENT dents for April 30, the latest vice calls, one K-9 deployment, Boomerang Road, Bascom, legallyavailable report: one criminal registration, one violation of state probation. not acceptable. The Marianna Police De- ': Two accidents, welfare check, one transport, a Jackle Bell, 58, 1144 Culpartment listed the follow- three. aban- and one threat/harassment burth Road, Graceville, senHOW TO GET YOUR ing incidents for April 30, the doned vehicles, complaint. tenced to 10 days.
NEWS PUBLISHED latest available report: Three two reckless a Alvin Rudd, 30, (no numeric The Jackson County Floridan will publish accidents, one reckless driver, drivers, seven JACKSON COUNTY address given), Inwood Road, . news of general interest free of charge, one suspicious vehicle, two suspicious vehicle reports, two CORRECTIONAL FACILITY Grand Ridge, possession of Submit your news or Community Calendar highway obstructions, one arrests on special detail, one methamphetamine, possesevents via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. verbal disturbance, two burglar escort, three highway obstruc- The following persons were sion bf drug paraphernalia, Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, alarms, one report of shooting tions, one burglary, five verbal booked into the county jail destroying or tampering anniversary and birth announcements, in the area,' one traffic stop, disturbances, three reports of during the latest reporting Forms are available at the Floridan three larceny complaints, one power lines down, 17 medi- periods: with evidence, possession of Fhotographs mustard available ofat the Fquality an offices juvenil complaint, one noise cal calls, two traffic crashes, )) William Wilder, 59, 108 ammunition by a convicted Photographs must be of good quality and disturbance, one snake com- one burglar alarm, three fire Ruthann Drive, Summerville, felon, violation of community suitable for print.The Floridan reservesthe plaint, one sex offense, one alarms, eight traffic stops, S.C., disorderly conduct, resist- control.
right to edit all submissions welfare check and four home two larceny complaints, one ing arrest without violence,
security checks. trespass complaint, two follow- a Willie Flanders, 40, 2931 NW Jail Populatolemn: 192 GETTING IT RIGHT up investigations, one animal 166th St., Opa-Locka, driving
The Jackson County Floridan's policy JACKSON COUNTY complaint, nine property while license suspended or To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers is to correct mistakes promptly. To SHERIFF'S OFFICE checks, one assist of a motor- revoked. at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement report an error, please call 526-3614 ist or pedestrian, one assist of a Raul Amor,23, 1321 NW agency. Monday-Friday. The Jackson County Sheriff's another agency, one property 13th St., Miami, hold for Es- To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888SOffice and county fire/rescue cambia County. 404-FWCC (3922).

(850) 482-3051 .. .

JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN * LOCRL FRIDAY, MAY 2, 2014 # 3AChipola students honored at awards ceremony

Chipola College Altha, Phi Theta Kappa recognized the outstand- FSU/PC Scholarship. ing achievements of its Students in Workforce students at the recent Development programs annual awards ceremony. received the following Awards were presented awards: Michael Bramfor academics, athlet- blett of Sneads, Automoics and extracurricular tive Technology; Shayli activities. Tharpe of Marianna and The following stu- Elynora Sapp of Cottondents received academic dale, Cosmetology; Brent awards: Tabatha Melzer of Johnson of Enterprise, Marianna, National Lead- Ala., Corrections; John ership in Business; Holley McDaniel of Sneads, FireHinson of Chipley, Ac- fighting; Trevor Lee of counting-BSBA; Victoria Marianna, Law EnforceBrown of Graceville, Ac- ment; Carl Mantevcon, Jr. counting-AA/AS; Steve M. of Fountain, Culinary; and Yoder, Jr. of Altha, Man- Nate Prietz of Marianna, agement; Jeffery Uhrick, Welding.
II of Altha, Computer Sci- Two students reence; Joshua Holmes and ceived awards for athShareem Goodlet of Grand letics: Kimberly Wiltse Ridge, Network Services of Altha, Charlton Keen Technology; Susan Burns Scholar Athlete Award; SUBMITTEDPHOTOS of Chipley, Information Bert Givens of Tallahas- Outgoing SGA president Tatum Skipper (left) passes the gavel to incoming SGA President Shawna Donofro (right) as Student Technology; Adam Mc- see, Neal Sportsmanship Activities Director Nancy Johnson looks on. Cullen and Steve M. Yoder, Award.
Jr. of Altha, Global Busi- The following students ness Strategy-BSBA; Kole- received awards for exton Forehand of Bonifay, tracurricular activities: Biology for Science Ma- Tiara Sorey of Campbelljors; Trenton McDaniel of ton, Black Student Union; Sneads, Health Sciences; Alexander Anderson of James Brown of Hosford, Marianna, Alicia Bednar Freshman Chemistry; of Chipley, Bradach CarlAlana Hearn of Chipley, son of Marianna, ShaSophomore Chemistry; reem Goodlet of Grand William Glover of Green- Ridge, Kathryn Meadows wood and Katrina Milliser of Marianna, Joshua Myof Marianna, Calculus I; ers of Chipley, Jeffery Pitts Jacob Leff of Marianna, of Chipley, Jessica Tay- Chipola baseball player Bert Givens of Tallahassee accepts the The Chipola student body selected social and behavioral Calculus II; David Leon- lor of Marianna, Phi Beta Neal Sportsmanship Award from his father, Chipola Athletic sciences instructor Latresha Bighem for the Distinguished ard of Blountstown, Cal- Lambda; John Steverson Director Steve Givens. Service Faculty Award. She is pictured receiving the award culus III; Angela Jackson' of Bristol, Science Club; Team; and Jacob Leff of from SGA president Tatum Skipper. of Grand Ridge, Freshman Tiara Sorey of Campbell- .Marianna, Brain Bowl English; Katelynn Lewis ton, TRIO/Student Sup- MVPAward. of Marianna, Sophomore port Services; Ruby Har- Two awards were given English; David Leonard of rison of Chattahoochee, to nonstudents. Blountstown, Dr. Robert Student Ambassadors; The student body selectE. Ringer Award; Trenton Tatum Skipper of Malone, ed social and behavioral McDaniel of Sneads, Will Shawna Donofro of Mari- sciences instructor Latreand Betty Stabler Library anna, Student Govern- sha Bighem for the DisAward Whitney Merritt of ment Association; William tinguished Service Faculty Marianna and John Eu- Singleton of Alford, Wes- Award, andAssociate Dean banks of Bonifay, Social ley Chevillot of Altha, Ja- of Social and Behavioral and Behavioral Science; cob Leff of Marianna and Sciences Dr. Willie Spires Kolton Sellers of Bonifay Rebecca Delgado of for the Distinguished Ser- Chipola student Jacob Leff (right)'accepts the Brain Bowl MVP award from coach Stan Young. and Wesley Chevillot of Graceville, Brain Bowl vice Administrator Award. The award is named in honor of Roy Maxwell and Margaret Goff Deloney.

Baptist College of Florida jazz band makes impact while on tour

The Jazz Band at The
Baptist College of Florida
left Graceville on April 11
for a tour that would not
only positively represent
the college, but one that
would leave a lasting irn ,pact on the lives of many
The Jazz Band made
multiple stops along the
way, including Marianna;
Hendersonville, North
Carolina; Greensboro,
Georgia; Gainesville, Geor- SUBMITTED PHOTOS BCF graduating senior Corey Blaze commented on the common gia; and Atlanta. At each of BCF Jazz Band involved in ministry on the streets in Atlanta. occurrence of the homeless in Atlanta making beds under the these stops, the musically bridges, "I'II never look at the bridges in Atlanta the same way talented group performed again" in schools and churches, not only were the lives of telling others about The the homeless changed Make her DAY Baptist College of Florida for the better, so were the and more importantly, lives of the students. "It py, reaching others for Crist was truly an eye-opening Margarita style earrings through their music. ' experience for our stu- A halo of diamonds While in Atlanta, the - .- dents," said Branning. band had the opportu- . - The trip also included nity to invest in the lives . ' -" a video recording session of the homeless through l 1 held in North Carolina. "Seven Bridges to Recov- The Jazz Band hopes to ery", a homeless ministry BCFJazz Band performs in churches and schools while on'tour. have a professional DVD that regularly visits vari- fessor of music and direc- making beds under the with all their hearts," said as a result ofthis session to ous homeless areas pro- tor of the Jazz band said, bridges, "I'll never look at Branning. One musical help promote the instru- Starting @ $379 and supplies, "Our students interacted the bridges in Atlanta the highlight during this per- mental music programs Come buy and sharing the gospel with nearly 350 home- same way again." formance was the power- offered at The Baptist Colmessage. The Jazz Band less people as they passed The Jazz Band then ful vocals of BCF student lege of Florida. it's Margarita .Time arrived in Atlanta on April out lunches, hygiene kits led a worship service for KariCrummeyperforming To learn more about 12, when they were given and Bibles. A hug and a the residents at a shelter "Not Guilty", during which the music degrees availinstructions by the min- prayer were also given to called "The Garden". "The "there was not a dry eye in able at The Baptist Col- S istry staff and encour- each person." BCF gradu- spirit of God really moved the house," according to lege of Florida or dates agement through prayer ating senior and member in a special way, both in Branning. And as usual, for upcoming Jazz Band m before going out to sev- of the Jazz Band Corey the hearts of the homeless Bob Snyder's arrangement performances, call 263- Downtown Marianna eral homeless locations Blais commented on the residents and the band. It of "Amazing Grace" was a 3261, ext. 427, or visit the in downtown Atlanta. Ron common occurrence of was amazing to see those big hit among the crowd, website at www.baptist 850.482.4037 Branning, Associate pro- the homeless in Atlanta folks worshipping God According to Branning,

Sunday Afternoon with the Arts guidelines announced
The Artist Guild of Northwest Flor- "The Greatest Show in Town". The sole property of The Artists Guild of ida announces its upcoming poster subject matter should be circus Northwest Florida, Inc. contest. The deadline to enter the imagery. The winning artist will be required contest is July 1. There is no entry Size: Image Size: 11x14, portrait or to sign an assignment of rights for fee to enter. The winning poster will landscape, unframed. No other size the winning poster. The hard copy receive a $350 award. The winning is accepted. We are looking for im- form may be used for fundraising m I eI' poster will be used for promoting agery only. No lettering, purposes.L f the 10th annual Sunday afternoon Submission: Only 1 entry. Submit- The image design will be adapted with the Arts Nov. 2 Reception and ting art must be in hard copy form. for any use, including but not limExhibit 2 Nov. 8 at Chipola Cultural If possible, include an electronic itdd to, promotion, publications, Center, Chipola College, Marianna. version on a CD or memory stick. programs, post cards, T-shirts, pins, Entries must be delivered to The (Photography and or computer programs, post cards, T-shirts, pins, UPS Store, 4415-C Constitution generated imagery must provide web site, internet promotion, and Lane, Marianna, FL 32448 Monday- both the hard copy and electronic any other electronic use, presenta- o,, M PAT R, CECIL Pow s Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m and Saturday, version). tion, printing or other purpose. R T._.~A . ~u" com..,8"*,,. ""
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Contact Information: Ensure your The use will be at the sole discre- cti l.o Guidelines are: name, address, and phone number tion of The Artists Guild of NorthEligibility Contest is open to all are included with your work. west Florida, Inc. to promote the artists 18 years old or older. Art is Rights: The winning entry will be arts. to be original in composition and selected at the sole discretion of The For more information contact: D,, ,rnir 1E McCo BloL T.Oas BRINDA MO LAN design. The subject mattermust be Artists Guild of Northwest Florida, Vicki Fuqua, fuquavicki2@gmail. .:,,'" . , ." ,. appropriate for all ages. Inc. The winning art in hard copy com, 482-8029 or visit www.tagnwfl. Theme: This year's theme is the form and image rights become the org


Religion Calendar

SATURDAY, MAY 3 size clothes, DVDs, household Grove Cemetery. SUNDAY. MAY 4 n Church Anniversary - 11 speaker: Rev. Thomas Trask,
D Annual Spring Yard Sale items. Donations appreciated. n Church Anniversary - 6 n Pastor Appreciation Day a.m. at Sneads Community former superintendent of the -7 a.m. to noon at Cottondale ) Shady Grove Cemetery p.m. at Sneads Community - 10 a.m. Bethlehem Baptist Church with United New Jeru- Assemblies of God in SpringFirst United Methodist Church. Association Community Church with Temple of Church, Kynesville. Lunch after salem Church of Jesus Church field, Mo. Lunch will immediRain or shine. Lots of stuff. Pro- Wide Fish Fry - 4-6 p.m. at Deliverance Pastor Earnest service. Everyone welcome. Pastor Bishop Willis L; Raines ately follow. Special concert
ceeds go to United Methodist Shady Grove Methodist Church, Freeman, Elizabeth Church of )) Homecoming - 10:45 a.m Sr. featuring The Freemans from women's mission work. Grand Ridge. Adult plates $10. Christ Written in Heaven Alford Assembly of God Church SUNDAY, MAY 18 ill Quartet bn. and Freedom ) Yard Sale - 7 a.m. Cypress Children's plates $5. Everyone Pastor Dedric Streeter and De- with guest speaker, Bro. Michael p Centennial Celebration Hill Quartet begins at 2 p.m.
Methodist Church. Rain or invited. All proceeds will be liverance Temple Pastor Jesse Stephens. Fellowship and lunch - 10:30 a.m. El Bethel Assem- Everyone welcome. For more
shine. A/C, clothes, big-man- used for the Shady Matthew. after service. bly of God, Grand RidgfGuest info, call 593-6044.

El Bethel Assembly of God centennial celebration

This year, El Bethel As- of God in Springfield,
sembly of God would like Mo.). We would also like
to invite you to invite you to lunch imto our Cen- mediately after the morntennial Cel- ing worship and special ebration on concert at 2 p.m. featuring Sunday, May The Freeman's from Nash18. Service ville, Tenn. and our homewill begin at town group Freedom Hill 10:30 a.m. Quartet. We are at 2503
with special El Bethel Church Road,
guest Rev. Thomas Trask Grand Ridge. For more
(former general superin- information, contact us at SUBMITTED PHOTOS
tendent of the Assemblies 593-6044. Freeddm Hill Quartet The Freemans

Teens fight hunger Saturday at 24-hour food fast and fundraiser

The youths at St. Anne j in developing countries
Catholic Church in Mari- 1 and how they can make Catholic Relief Services' anna have taken on the a positive change in the work is about more than challenge to walk in soli- lives of many of the world's helping people survive for darity with the poor and poorest and most vulner- the day. CRS approachfight global hunger by ' able people. Participants es emergency relief and hosting a 24-hour food fast under 18 years old must be long-term development and fundraiser. The event, accompanied by their par- holistically, ensuring that titled "24-Hour CRS Food ent or youth director. Pre- all people, especially the Fast" begins Saturday at registration is required to poorest and most vulner9:30 a.m. with a day filled participate in the entire 24 able, are able to particiwith activities, music, 7 hours. pate in the very fullness crafts, sports, prayer and The youths have already of life - to have access to simulations, giving all who collected over $875 with basic necessities, health attend an opportunity to additional pledges from care and education - all experience what it could .people sponsoring the within peaceful, just combe like to be one of the 11 number of hours.they fast munities. With over 5,000 percent of our world's pop- SUBMITTED PHOTO (they have committed to staff in 100 countries, ulation who do not have Youth of St.Anne's Catholic Church eat only two rice meals and reaching more that access to clean water. during the 24-hour pe- 100 million of the world's
The schedule of events 11:15 a.m. Activity- Community Talents Water Water Everywhere riod). All money raised poorest people each year, is: Food in the Balance 2 p.m. Activity- Carry 7:15 p.m. Activity- will go to CRS. Donations CRS works in close part9 a.m. Registration 12:45 p.m. Lunch in My Bucket, Sports Committed to the Com- can be made payable to-St. nership with the Catholic 9:30 a.m. Opening Solidarity with the Poor 2:45 p.m. Activity- mon Good Anne Church, Attn: Food Church and other partners Welcome 1 p.m. Music Jam! WaterWalk! 8:00 Movie Fast, 3009 Fifth Street, around the world tb meet 9:50 a.m. Icebreaker with Gabriel Wanous of 5:00 Dinner in Solidarity 9:30 p.m. Evening Marianna, FL 32446. immediate needs while Activities Out OfDarkness with the Poor Prayer Activity For a- detailed schedule empowering communi10:30 a.m. Opening 1 p.m. Activity- 5:30 p.m. Icebreaker The Food Fast activities of events and to preregis- ties for the long term. This Prayer Activity Helping Communities One Activity planned are for adults and ter, email Christine Kerr, is good news, and youths 11:15 a.m. "Living the Small Loan at a Time 6:00 Activity- Water youths. Participants will director of religious edu- yearn to understand and Beatitudes" by Sr. Marga- 1:30 p.m. Re- Conservation . learn about the causes of cation and youth ministry, participate in this lifesavret Kuntz flection- Banking Our 6:30 p.m. Activity- global hunger and poverty at ing work.

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ASSEMBLY OF GOD Circle Hill Baptist Church Friendship Baptist Church of Malone New Hope Freewill Baptist St. Peter Missionary Baptist
7170 Circle Hill Rd 5507 Friendship Church Rd Sweet Pond Rd 7889 McKebwn Mill Rd Alford First Assembly of God Sneads, FL 32460 * 592-2327 Malone, FL 32445 * 569-2379 Dellwood, FL * 592-1234 P.O. Box 326 * 593-3363
1782 Tennessee St - P.O. Box 228
Alford, FL 32420 Collins Chapel Baptist Church Grand Ridge Baptist Church New Hope Missionary Baptist Trinity Baptist Church 5005 3rd Ave (5499 Collins Chapel Rd) 2093 Porter Ave - P.O. Box 380 3996 Wintergreen Rd 3023 Penn. Ave Bascom Assembly of God Malone, FL 32445 * 569-5644 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-4846 Greenwood, FL 3244 * 592-8802 Marianna, FL * 482-3705
5516 Hummingbird Rd Crossroads Batist Church Southern
Bascom, FL 32423 * 272-7775 Crossroads Baptist Church Southern New Hope Reformed ptlst Church Baptist Greater Buckhorn Missionary Baptist 4028 Lafayette St Union Hill 3276 Main St - P.O. Box 386 Church Marianna, FL 32446 * 482-6406 3115 Union Hill Rd
Cords Of Love Assembly Of God Cottondale F. 32431 * 352-2636 4691 Hwy 162 Marianna, FL 32446 526-5711
2060 Bethelehem Rd Damacus Freewll Baptist Marianne, FL 32446 * 594-5761 2 HoskAe ptist Churchory Baptist Church
Cottondae, FL 32431 2720254 3700 Kynesville Rd Greenwood Baptist Church Greenwood, FL 32443 * 594-7243 2271 River Rd
Cypress Grove Assembly of God Marianna, FL 32448 * 482-5878 4156 Bryan St - P.O. pox 249 Sneads, FL 32460 * 593-6699
3250 Cypress Grove Rd Dellwood Baptist Church Greenwood, FL 32443* 594-3883 New Mount Olive Missionary Baptist
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-4451 5512 Blue Springs Rd HastPond Baptist Church arnes sL 24 7 2-95 White Pond Baptist Church
e eGreenwood, FL 32443 � 592-6954 4895 Hasty Pond Rd, Marianne, FL P.O. Box 458 - Mill Pond Rd
Eastslde Assemlbly of God Church Eastside Baptist Church Heaven's Way Biker Church New Salem Baptist Church Alford, FL 32420 * 352-4715
4723 Hatton St * Marianna, FL 4785 Hwy 90 Heaven's Way Biker Church 3478 Kynesvllle Rd CATHOLIC 526-2422 Marianna, FL * 526-2004 A MinistryofAford Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32448 * 579-4343
El Bethel Assembly of God ., 3924 Woodrest Rd . Pine Ridge Baptist Church St. Anne Catholic Church
S2503 El Bethel Church Rd Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church Cottondale, FL 32431 * 334-806-4258 3064 Pine Ridge Church Rd 3009 5th St - P.O. Box 1547
334-806-4258 3064, Pine Ridge4 Chrc Rdw Marianne, FL 32446 � 482-3734 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 593-6044 3360 Gardenview Rd *5Holly Grove Free WIII Baptist Church Alford, FL 32420 www.stanne@stannemar
Faith Haven Assembly of God Cottonda, FL 32431 579-4223 2699 Hwy 73S Piney Grove Baptist Church
7135 Hwy 90 Everlena Missionary Baptist Marianna, FL 32448 * 482-3489 2136 Piney Grove Rd CHRC OF CHRIST
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-8205 5309 Ellaville Rd Inwood Baptist Church Cottondale, FL 32431 * 352-3800 CHURCH OF CHRIST
First Assembly of God Campbellton, FL 32426 * 263-3900 2012 Inwood Rd Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Caverns Rd. Church of Christ
5565 Brown St First Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32448 * 593-5328 6687 Brushy Pond Rd 4448 River Rd
Graceville, FL 32440 * 263-3351 3172 Main St Marianne, FL * 482-2605
irsaseml f God4 Chrc Cottondale, FL 32431 * 352-4586 Liberty Hill Missionary Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 718-8401
First Assembly of God Church 5239 Liberty Hill Rd Pleasant Hill/Missionary Baptist Church CHURCH OF.GOD
4186.Lafayette St First Baptist Church Bascom, FL 32426 * 569-5949 6704 Reddoch Rd Grand Ridge Church of God
Marianna FL 32446 5366 Ninth St - P.O. Box 98
482-2800 Malone, FL 32445 � 569-2426 Little Zion Missionary Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-2273 2232 Porter Ave
Fh pt u3181 Little Zion Rd - P.O. Box 190 Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32442 First Assembly of God Church of Faith Baptist Church Sneads, FL 32460 * 592-1614 5481 Pleasant Ridge Rd 592-5301 or 592-2814.
Cottondale 2494 Hwy 71 4
2636 Milton St Marianna, FL 482-2869 Lovedale Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32446 *263-8007 Marlanna Church of God
Cottondae, FL 32431 * 3524626 First Baptist Church 6595 Lovedale Rd Bascom, FL 32423 Poplar Springs Missionary Baptist (All services interpreted for the Cottondale, FL 32431 G 352-4626 80Frst Baptist Church 592-5415 or 592-2134 Church hearing impaired.)
Pilgrim Rest Assembly of God 8010 Pope St - P.O. Box 246 Marvin Chapel Free Will Baptist Church 2662 Poplar Springs Rd 2791 Jefferson St, Marianna, FL 32446
3347 Pilgrim Rest Church Rd Sneads, FL 32460 1041 Hope School Dr Marianna, FL 32446 * 526-3176 482-6264 *
Marianna, FL 32448 * 579-2300 First Baptist Church of Bascom Marianna, FL 32448 * 482-5375 Providence Baptist Church
Welcome Assembly of God 4951 Basswood Rd - P.O. Box97 6940 Providence Church Rd CHURCH OF Go CHRIST
6784 Messer Rd Bascom, FL 32423 * 569-2699
Grand e RidgF3 Baist C c 32 5 9 Midway Freewill Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-5481 Glorious Gospel Church of God in Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-5077 First Baptist Church of Campbelton 1600 Church St Christ 2405 Hwy 2 6158 Rocky Creek Rd Rocky Creek Baptist Church '4255 Clay St * Mariann, FL 32448 Campbellton, FL 32426 � 2633183 Marianna, FL 32448 * 592-8999 5458 Rocky Creek Rd 594-1096 or 557-4019 First Baptist Church Southern Baptist Mount OIIve Baptist Marianna, FL 32448 * 526-7508 Miracle Restoration Center BAPTIST 987 8th Ave - P.O. Box 565 6045 Hwy 2 Salem Free Will Baptist ' 2997 Hall St
Alford Baptist Church fGracevilleL 3b4s0 ut263-3323 Bascom FL 32423 * 569-5080 2555 Kynsvle Rd Mlrianna, FL 32448 * 526-2335
1764 Carolina St - P.O. Box 6 Mt. Labor Missionary Baptist Church Cottondale, FL 32431 * 579-4194 Refuge Tabernacle Church of God In
Alford, FL 32420 * 850-573-3249 First Baptist Marianna 3695.Popular Springs Rd Christ
Bethel Missionary Baptist Church 2897 Green St * Marianna, FL 32446 Marann, FL 32446 * 594-4161 Shady Grove Baptist Church 2820 Chipola S
2137 McLeod St 526-4200 * Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church 7304 Birchwood Rd Marianna, FL 32448 * 482-2607
Cypress, FL* 5924108 First Freewill Baptist Church 5382 Old US Rd Grand Ridge FL 32442 * 592-6952 The New Zion Temple Church of God
Bethel Star Missionary Baptist Church 7970 Davis St Malone, FL 32445 * 5692049 St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church in Christ
4134 Lincoln Ave Sneads, FL 32460 * 593-5400 New Easter Missionary Baptist Church 2871 Orange St 1022 Washington Ave Marianna, FL 32448 * 482-4866 First Freewill Baptist Church of Malone 977 Hope Ave Marianna, FL 32448 * 482-2591 Graceville, FL 32440
Bethlehem Baptist Church 5440 10th St (Hwy 71 N) Graceville, FL 32440 * 658-8344 Victory Tabernacle Church of God In
2300 Bethlehem Rd P.O. Box 385 New Galilee Missionary Baptist Church St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church Christ
Cottondale, FL 32431 * 579-9940 Malone FL 32448. * 850-569-2786 2155 Hwy 73 - p. Box 234 1935 Jacob Rd 6752 Hw y 90
Marianna, FL 32447 482-5499 Cottondale, FL 32431 * 263-4097 Grand Ridge, FL 32442' 209-7711


Two saints of Vatican II ELDER ADRIAN DWIGHT

History will show St. "conventional political ABNER PASTOR ELECT John XXIII was a pastor labels" like "liberal" and with an "exquisite open- "conservative" are simply ness to the Holy Spirit," inadequate when discusswhile St. John Paul II will ing the work of saints, said be known "as the pope of Father James Martin, a the family." Jesuit best known as the
That was as close as Pope "Colbert Report" chaplain Francis came to provid- TerrYMattinggly and through books such-as ing the soundbite all the On Religion "My Life With the Saints" so-called Vatican experts and "Jesus: A Pilgrimage." were waiting to hear dur- the faith's foundations. In terms of the substance ing the historic St. Peter's After all, in his Oct. 11, of his life and work, both Square rites in 'which he 1962 address that opened liturgical and doctrinal,
- with the retired Pope. the Council, Pope John Pope John XXIII is "probBenedict XVI looking on XXIII declared: "The'great- ably best thought of as a
- elevated to sainthood est concern of the ecu- 'conservative,"'- said Martwo popes who did so menical council is this - tin. "I think that on moral much to shape modern that the sacred deposit of and sexual issues ... he Catholicism. Christian doctrine should probably would have imThe media mantra be guarded and taught plemented the Council's called the humble Pope more efficaciously." work in the same way as John XXIII the patron The young Bishop Karol John Paul." saint of the left, while Wojtyla of'Poland was an Meanwhile, John Paul II Pope John Paul II was the active participant at Vati- did 'so much to push forcourageous general for can II. The future Pope ward on issues such as the right. Clearly, Pope John Paul II was known economic justice, world Francis' goal was to bro- for his contribution to the peace, ecumenism, mass ker peace between these epic constitution "The communications and a warring Catholic camps. Church in the Modern host of other subjects. Francis stayed the World (Gaudium et Spes)," It's impossible to look at course. which he loved to quote, the sweep of his remark"St. John XXIII and along with various other able' life and 'conclude, St. John Paul II were Vatican II texts. as some critics have, that
priests, bishops In fact, during his "he- his pontificate was dediand popes of the 20th roically long pontificate" cated -to "trying to slam SUBMITTEDPHOTO century," he said. "They - almost 27 years - John the lid back on" after the embers of the St. Peters Missionary Baptist Church elected lived through the trag-, Paul offered detailed writ- Second Vatican Council. Elder Dwi ht Abner as pastor. Elder Adrian Dwight Abner ic events of that cen- ten and verbal commen- "That's. just. too simplis- l tury, but they were not tary on "virtually every tic to argue that," Martin M is a native of Blountstown and attended school in Calhoun overwhelmed by them. controversial or disputed said. County. Heis a graduate of Blountstown High School, Gupton Jones For them, God was more point in the Council docu- The larger truth is that powerful; faith was more ments and on the event of both of these popes,. now College of Mortuary Science and Florida A & M University with a powerful - faith in the Council itself," noted hailed as saints, embod- B.S. in Business Administration. He will obtain his master's degree Jesus Christ the Redeemer Father John Zuhlsdorf at led the work of the Second in public health Saturday. Elder Abner converted at an early age and of man and the Lord of his popular "What Does Vatican Council - each history." the Prayer Really Say?" in their own way, in their preached his first sermon at the age of 13. His home church was Francis then linked blog. own time. The Mount Calvary Church of God in Christ Written in Heaven. He both saints to the Second The future St. John Paul "It's true that there were served in many capacities in his home church and as pastor in one Vatican Council, the the Great, as many are clusters of issues that seismic event that already calling him, "may led Catholics in different other church. He is now a member of the St. Luke Missionary Bapdefined their era: not have solved, settled, camps to adopt one or tist Church. "John XXIII and John definitively pronounced, the other as their hero," Paul II cooperated on -every controversial said Martin. "But those lawith the Holy Spirit -in issue, but he offers com- bels are so limiting, whileam E astside renewing and updating mentary and insight the lives of these two r program at the church in keeping on them. ... I think Fran- men were not. ... People with her pristine fea- cis was steering us to John that insist on using po- It is that time'of year again! It's time to cost of field trips. This is for potty-trained tures, those features Paul II as an additional litical labels keep trying to startthinkingaboutyourkidsforthesum- 3-year-olds through those who have which the saints have interpretive lens, for a turn everything into a mer! We are going to offer our Summer completed the sixth grade. given her throughout the proper hermeneutic of contest about who wins Enrichment Program at Eastside Baptist You can get the application by going to centuries." reform." and who loses. That's not Church in Marianna. We have spots open the church's website at http://eastsideSo both popes sought Meanwhile, it's also im- the way to talk about the for part time ($20/day for. three days or., but also to guard 'portant to remember that lives of the saints." less) and full time ($95/week) plus the ment.php

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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE LUTHERAN Pope Chapel African Methodist Mill Springs Christian Chapel Sneads Pentecostal Holiness Church Episcopal Church 1345 Mill Springs Rd, P.O. Box 83 2036 Gloster Ave Marianna Church of the Nazarene Ascension Lutheran Church 4898 Blue Springs Rd, P.O. Box 6000 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 526-2519 Sneads, FL 32460 2987 N Madison St 3975 W Hwy 90 Marianna, FL 32447 * 482-2900 593-4487 or 593-6949
Marianna, FL 32446 * 372-4605 Marianna, FL * 482-4691 Rivertown Community Church
Salem AME Church 4534 Lafayette St The Sanctuary EPISCOPAL METHODIST 5729 Browntown Rd, P.O. Box 354 Marianna, FL 32446 * 482-2477 4070 Old Cottondale Rd Bascom United Methodist Church Graceville, FL 32440 * 263-3344 Rocky Creek Tabernacle Marianna, FL * 482-8720 St. Luke's Episcopal Church 4942 Basswood Rd - P.O. Box 67 Shady Grove United Methodist Church 1890 Delta Lane 4362 Lafayette St Bascom, FL 32423 569-2231 7305 Bichwood Rd Marianna, FL 32448 * 272-0917 United Pentecostal Deliverance
Marianna, FL * 482-2431 BGrand Ridge, FL 32442 592-9277 5255 10th Ave Bethleheinm AME Church St. Andrews (FC) Church Ministries 3100 Lovewood Rd, P.O. Box 752 Sneads First United Methodist Church 978 Hwy 71 S MaloneFL 32445 5695989
Cottondale, FL 32431 8042 Church St, P.O. Box 642 Marianna, FL 32448 * 569-5600 PRESBYTERIAN FULL GOSPEL 352-2111 or 352-4721 Sneads, FL 32460 * 593-6481 Sunrise Worship Center First Presbyterian Church Christian Center Church Cypress United Methodist Church 2957 Hall St, Marianna, FL *482-8158 Presbyterian Church (USA) 4791 Sheffield Dr - P.O. Box 450 6267 Cemetery Ave Snow Hill AME Church 2898 Jefferson St
Marianna, FL 32447 Cypress, FL 32432 * 263-4220 5395 Snow Hill Rd, P.O. Box 174 PENTECOSTAL Marianna, FL 3f446
526-4476 or 526-4475 First United Methodist Church Malone, FL 32445 569-5315 526-2430 * 1111 8th Ave Springfield AME Church Apostolic Revival Center of Mariann pcmarianna m or GraccaraeoF12 4Spr2ngfeld AME Church 3001 Hwy 71 N, ,P.O. Box 634 Country Gospel Community Church Marianna, FL 32446 * 482-3162 Compass Lake in the Hills First United Methodist Church Marlanna, FL 32446 352-4252 Christian Covenant Life Center RESTORATIONIST
650 Apalachicola Ave 2901 Caledonia St St. James AME Church 2011 Finley Ave Church of Jesus Christ of Marianna
Alford, FL 32420 * (850) 579-4172 Marianna, FL 482-4502 2891 Orange St, P.O. Box 806 Grand Ridge, FL 32448 592-4737 4060 Thomasville Lane
1st United Methodist Church of Marianna, FL 32447 526-3440 New Horizon Miracle Marianna, FL 32448 482-22821 Evangel Worship Center Cottondale St. Paul AME Church Mission Church SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
2645 Pebble Hill Rd P.O. Box 458 5180 Hwy 273, P.O. Box 40 6902 Brushy Pond Rd
Marianna, FL 32448 526-2232 Cottondale, FL 32431 * 352-4426 Campbellton, FL 32426 * 263-0333 Grand Iidge, FL 32442 Emmanuel SDA Church New Beginning Outreach Ministries, Inc. Friendship Christian Methodist NON-DENOMINATIONAL Praise Life Ministries 4531 Basswood Rd .2254 Magnolia Dr. Episcopal (CME) Church Greenwood, FL 32443 * 594-3200
Cottondale, FL 32431 (850) 352-4733 5411 Avery Rd, P.O.Box 302 2nd Chance Ministries . 7360 Hwy 90, PO. Box 177
New Beginnings Worship Center Campbellton, FL 32426 * 263-1111 2840 McPherson St Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-4166 Marlanna Seventh Day Adventist 1165 Highway 69 Grace United Methodist Marianna, FL 32446 * 557-9885 Prayer Temple Church Of Prayer For All 4878 Highway 90
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 4203 W Kelson Ave Believers Outreach Ministry Peo3341 Plantation Circlee , Marianna, FL 32446 526-2487
592-5791 * Marlanna, FL * 482-4753 3471 Hwy 90 W Marianna, FL 32446 482-334WESLEYAN
New Life Family Church Grand Ridge United Methodist Church MarannaShady rove Pentecostal Holiness Salem Wesleyan Church 4208 Lafayette St 6911 iowa St Cypress Creek Community Church 7541 Shady Grove Rd 2764 Salem Church Rd
Marianna, FL 32446 * 526-2132 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 1772 Macedonia Rd, PO Box 496 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-6203 Sneads, FL 32460 * (850) 593-6679 Resurrection Life Christian Fellowship Greater St. Luke AME Church Alford, FL 32420 638-0360 International 5255 11th Ave, P. Box 176 Ever Increasing Word of Faith Ministries
2933 Madison St Malone, FL 32445 * 569-5188
Marianna, FL * 526-2617 Greenwood Chapel AME Marlanna, FL 32446 * 526-4704 The Bridge Church 5426 Fort Rd
2515 Commercial Park Dr Greenwood, FL 32443 594-1112 Faith Cornerstone Church Ministries
Marianna, FL 32448 20912733 5460 Collins Chapel Rd
Marianna, FL 32448 2092733 Greenwood United Methodist Malone; FL 32445 569-5600 4220 Bryan St
HOLINESS Greenwood, FL,32443 * 594-5755 Foundation Temple Apostolic Faith Emmanuel Holiness Church Henshaw Chapel AME Church Churchndell Rd 2505 Sandridge Church Rd 2070 Glastel St, P.O. Box 535 3341 Cottondale, FL 34Rd 1 352-3884
Sneads, FL 32460 * 593-5167 Cottondale, FL 32431 * 875-2610 Cottondale, FL 3241 352-3884
Hickory Level Community Church Jerusalem AME Church Glass Community Church
1221 Dipper Rd 2055 Hwy 73 4005 Veteran's Rd
Marianna, FL 32448 Marianna, FL 32448 * 482-5085 Cottondale, FL 32431
482-4696 or 482-2885 McChapel AME Church (850) 272-7205 (850) 263-6715
Oak Ridge Freewill Holiness Church 4963 Old U.S. Rd Haven of Rest Church of Restoration 2958 Milton Ave Marianna, FL * 569-2184 Worship Center
Marianna, FL * 573-7684 Mt. Olive AME Church .2261 Haven of Rest Rd Sneads Community Church 2135 Fairview Rd Cottondale, FL 32431 1948 Desoto Ave - P.O. Box 1349 Marianna, FL 32448 482-7917 Heaven's Garden Worship Center
Sneads, FL 32460 * 593-5650 Mt. Shiloh AME Church 3115 Main St
6702 Biscayne Rd Cottondale, FL 32431
LATTER-DAY SAINTS Bascom, FL 32423 * 569-1044 (850) 579-9936 Church of Jesus Christ of New Bethel Christian Methodist Ingathering Worship Center Latter-Day Saints Episcopal Church 2990 Heritage Rd
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Chipola to offer lifeguard course Lower Muskogee

ChipolaCollegewilloffer dance is required for all depth, and tread water be held from 4:30 to 8:30 Creek Tribe to host the American Red Cross class meetings. without hands for two p.m., May 12-15 and May Lifeguard Training course Students must be in minutes. 19-23, with the final test beginning May 12. good physical condition, A prerequisite swim test on May 23. All interested students able to swim 500 yards must be taken prior to the Cost of the course is
must be 15 years of age on without stopping, able course on May 9. Swim $200. Students must reg- The Lower Muskogee myths and legends of the or before the first day of to swim freestyle and tests may be scheduled by ister and pay at the pre- Creek Tribe will host a Muskogee Creeks, how class. The course requires breast-stroke. calling 718-2240. qualifying swim. history seminar on Satur- the Muskogee survived in a minimum of 32 hours of Students also must be There is no charge to For information about day, May 17 starting at 10 this area after the removtraining in water rescue, able to: retrieve a 10- take the test. the course, call Rance a.m. at the Washington al, aspects of daily living, CPR and First Aid. Atten- pound brick from a 7-foot Course meetings will Massengill at 718-2240. County Public Library genealogy, and treaties of
_ located at 1444 Jackson the Muskogee.
Avenue in Chipley. The cost of registration
This seminar is pre- forthe seminar, materials
Urgent need for blood donatisented to educate the and lunch is $20.
general public, students For more information
* * * and teachers on many call 229-762-3355.
h dreds d jail explnaspects of the Muskogee
e j p osion history and culture. The Lower Muskogee Creek Topics include: history, Tribe is a 401 (c) 3 Tax
An explosion at a jail in the Pan- To help offset the impact from the Every two seconds someone needs Exempt nonprofit. handle has injured hundreds of peo- severe weather, the blood center blood. Blood that is donated today ple, including officers. Local hospi-' is calling on all donors living in ar- will likely be transfused within two tals,are calling for additional blood eas not impacted by the hazardous to three days. State forests to treat the injured and OneBlood is weather to please donate as soon as The turn-around is that fast, the State close urging all eligible donors to please possible to help ensure the local sup- need is constant. donate as soon as possible. ply remains strong in the Panhandle Generally healthy people age 16 or public dueto rain To add to the situation, severe and throughout the state. older who weigh at least 110 pounds' storms and flooding in the Panhan- While all blood types are needed, can donate blood. dle are making blood collections dif- people with Rh negative type blood To learn more about the impor- Florida Forest Ser- and flooding within the parts of North Florida and are in.the highest demand. In addi- tance of blood donation and how vice urges Floridians areas the blood center has had to suspend tion, platelets donors are also greatly donors can target the power of their , and visitors to Florida's "The Florida Forest Sersome of its operations in that area.. needed. blood type visit state forests to be ex- vice has the responsibiltremely cautious due to ity to manage more than
severe weather that has 1 million acres of public
R oses spot in town. caused heavy rainfall and forest land," said James "I'm trying to interest the flooding. Karels, Florida Forest city, and they may do it," Lake Talquin State For- Service state forester. "By From Page 1A Rosen said, noting that he's est has closed the follow- assessing the impacts to gotten some positive feed- ing tracts of land to the the forest from recent by the fact that he's just back from the Main Street public: Highway 20 Tract, weather conditions and come home with two first- Marianna leadership and North Ochlockonee Tract closing unsafe areas, we place wins in the Thomas- other city representatives. and South Ochlockonee can reduce the risk to ville, Georgia, rose show. It "We're in early conversa- Tract. visitors." was held a couple of weeks tions and we're going to Likewise, Pine Log State To follow the speago. One of his victories get together to try and do Forest, Point Washington cial closure notices for went to an Old Garden a design to present to the State Forest and Twin state forest and more rose he grew, a variety also Marianna City Commis- Rivers State Forest are information, visit www. known as a "butterfly rose" sion. I think it would be currently closed to the which goes from a pinkish something else beautiful public due to safety con- Divisions-Offices/Floricolor to red as the bloom to see, for local people and cerns from the rainfall da-Forest-Service. matures. The other winner for tourists."
was a pink Carefree Beauty. Rosen's office garden
He said he started growing on Fourth Street has Julia
roses five to seven years Child yellows, First Edi- IR in time to make bolls. Same ago, and wants to spread tions in peachy shades, KRISTIE CLOUD/FLORIDAN for the peanuts setting the joy that they give him Mr. Lincoln reds and many A "First Edition" rosebush sits near the front door of Dr. From Page lA pegs, Thompson said. by giving roses a showcase pinks in other varieties. Seymour Rosen's office on Fourth Street in Marianna Monday. There's also more insect Asked if the tim- and heat pressure later
ing of the rains spells in the growing season,
of tin foil that had burn the car contained ammu- The officer and anoth- disaster for those crops, so if crops are planted Possess marks and contained a nition, officers allege. er deputy searched the Thompson said it's too later than usual, they narcotic residue. Rudd was arrested at cruiser when he went back early to predict the full could be more vulFrom Page 1A The other deputy found that point on charges of to complete paperwork in effect. nerable to those The officer had a piece of tin foil in a black possession of a controlled the sheriff's office. "We're a little, bit things because they called for a canine and zippered pouch which substance (methamphet- Stuffed down the rear, behind, especially in may have to be in officer/handler, and the was hanging on the pas- amine), possession of drug seat of the patrol car's pas- the western part of the the ground for longer dog was deployed to sniff senger side of the center paraphernalia, violation of senger side, they allegedly county where the the groundthat eriod the vehicle. According to console, according to the state probation, and with found a purple straw with soils are heavier, but during that period the complaint, the ani- complaint. Inside the tin possession of ammunition narcotic residue and an- hopefully no, this is not a than they would have mal "did show a behav- foil, officers reported, was by a convicted felon, other ball of burnt tin foil disaster. Are there things beenifthey'd planted earior change in the areas of a white substance that A deputy took him to the like those found in the car to be concerned about? lier and matured sooner both front doors." field-tested positive for Jackson County Jail. When Rudd had been in. Yes." to harvest size. A probable cause search methamphetamine. they arrived at the lock- According to a Florida When rain comes On a positive of the vehicle was then Officiers also reported up, the officer reportedly Department of Correc- this heavily at this point note, Thompson said made by the two deputies finding some ammunition noticed that Rudd's right tions website, Rudd was in the season, it could the delayed planton the scene. inside the center console boot looked as if it had released from prison in result in a shorter ings should not affect Under the driver's seat, and in front of the gear been untied and loosened 2012 after serving time for growing season, and the market value of the one of the deputies al- shifter. - after he was placed in the arson, burglary and grand some of the cotton crops as far as the timing legedly found two pieces A gun case inthe truck of patrol cruiser. theft. might not have as much is concerned.

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850-627-3700 James & Sikes Funeral John Missionary Baptist Home Maddox Chapel will Church in Gordon, Alaba-,
Mable Bush direct. No visitation plan- ma. She served as Church ned. Mother, .taught Sunday
Expressions of sympathy School and was a member
Mable Bush, 91, of Oak may be made online at http of the Mission Board. She Grove, died on Friday, April ://www.jamesandsikesfune worked at Florida State 25, 2014 at her home. Hospital before retiring.
She was a member of Precious memories will Oak Grove AME Church James & Sikes forever linger with three where her service will be Funeral Home daughters, Rose 'Sally' held 11 AM Saturday, May Maddox Chapel McCoy, Sandra 'Lois' Evans 3, 2013, with interment in 4278 Lafayette Street ' both of Rochester, New the Oak Grove Cemetery. Marianna, F132446 York and Mary Sims and Viewing will be from 3 PM 850.482.2332 husband Robert of Greento 8 PM Friday, May 2, 2014 http://wwW.jamesand wood, Rlorida; one son,at Bradwell Mortuary in Walter James Porter (LinQuincy (850-627-3700). da) of Dothan, Alabama;
She is survived by her Michael daughter-in-law, Vincy children, Agnes Dawkins, Wallace Porter of Orlando, Florida; Jazzie Smith, Helen Robin- one brother, Robert Polson, Mary McMillion, Rob- Haile lock and wife Alice of' eita Smith, Rutha Smiti, Boynton Beach, Florida;'a Columbus Smith, ROsie Services will be 10 am Fri- very devoted friend, Davis, Henry Bush, Jr. and day, May ?, 2014 at Fletcher Jordan of Bascom, her brothers, Louis Gilliam
and Sullivan Gilliam. She Rivertown Community Florida; 16 grandchildren a suiChurch in Marianna. and a host of great grandis also survived by 15 Marianna. children, nieces, nephews, grandchildren, 18 great- James & Sikes cousins, other relatives and Pallbearers carry the casket of former NBA coach and TVanalystJack Ramsay f a funeral grandchildren and 1 great- Funeral Home friends. . Pallbearers carry the casket of former NBA coach and analyst Jack Ramay for a funeral great grandchild. Maddox Chapel The family will receive service at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Naples, Thursday. Ramsay, a Hall of
Bradwell Mortuary of 4278 Lafayette Street friends at Peoples Funeral Fame coach who led the Portland Trail Blazers to the 1977 NBA championship before he Quincy is in charge of the Marianna, Fl 32446 Home Chapel on Friday, became one of the league's most respected broadcasters, died on Monday, after a long battle arrangements. 850.482.2332 May 2nd from 4:30-6:00 with cancer. He was 89.

Funeralome sikesfuneralhomes.coml 'A homegoing celebration I
Maddox Chapel will, be held Saturday, May
Marianna, F 32446 Holmes Missionary. Baptist Church
850.482.2332 in Gordan, Alabama with
http://www.jamesand . Pastor Richard Wilson and. Funeral services will be Rev. Dr. H.G, McCollough Friday, May 2, 2014 at 11 officiating. Ihterment will NellOliv e a.m. at James & Sikes Mad- follow in the Macedonia
Nell Ohve dox Chapel. Entombment Missionary Baptist Church
Giddens will be in Chapel of The Cemetery in Sneads, Flori- The Associated Press west Florida. cars and even picked up Pines Mausoleum at Pine- da with arrangements en- "Basketball 'royalty," surfing and golf along the Nell Olive Giddens,.87, of crest Memorial Gardens. trusted to the Caring Staff. NAPLES - Jack Ram- McAdoo said. way.,
Bascom, died Wednesday, The family will receive of Peoples Funeral Home say's trophy case resem- Buttheoverridingtheme But those flashy things April30,2014 inMarianna. friends at 10 a.m., Friday, of Marianna. bled his life - both were of the funeral was not bas- never overshadowed his
Mrs. Giddens was a na- May 2, 2014 at James & Ms. Porter will lie-inie and lifelong resident of Sikes Maddox Chapel. repose on Saturday at the full. ketbal. It was faith. simpler side. aSfays tive and lifelong resident of es church for one hour prior With friends and family A devout Catholic, Ram- 'wife died in 2010 after a Bascom and Jackson Coun- Peoples Funeral Home to the 2 p.m. funeral time. simultaneously mourn- say would routinely find long fight with Alzheimty. She was a retired Secre- Bascom, FL 32446 ing and celebrating his early-morning Mass to er's disease, andlong after tary with Department of (890) 482-2233 life, the Basketball Hall attend in cities that his she stopped evenrr underTransportation for the of Famer and NBA chain- broadcast work took him standingwho he was most of Famer and NBA chamState of Florida, and was a. Maxie Carrine pionship-winning coach to before hopping onto a of the time, Ramsay kept member of Mt. Olive Bap- Porte tist Church. Porter was remembered at his flight to either head back holding her hand, feeding
Nell was preceded in Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. funeral Mass on Thurs- home or call a game in her and trying to ease her death by her husband, C.F. Ms. Maxie Carrine Porter Your Local Florist and Gifts day as someone endlessly another city. At his fam- fears and confusions in Giddens and parents, Des- of Bascom, Florida, entered 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna devoted to his family, fit- ily's annual reunion 'last any way he could. sie and William Olive. She into eternal rest on Mon- 850-372-4456 ness and faith. He died year, Ramsay rose from "We're celebrating the is survived by several nie- day, April 28, 2014 at Signa- I Michael's Toggery Monday at the age of 89, his seat at the head ofata- life of a child of God 'and ces and nephews. ture. Healthcare at the Funeral Appropriate Attire after fighting cancer in ble and urged his children a man of faith," said the
Graveside services will be Courtyards in Marianna. 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna many forms for the final and grandchildren to take Very Rev. John J. Ludden; at 10 a.m., Monday, May 5, She was 84 years old. 850-482-8647 15 years of his life. ' their faith more'seriously. the church's pastor.
Chris Ramsay delivered "My dad was special Ramsay was 864-783 .in ous e p m r license his father's eulogy, calling in so many ways," Chris his NBA coaching career, House helps see ng eense him"a basketball genius." Ramsay said. "He was a was honored in 1996 as "His teams were an ex- multifaceted man ,with one of the league's top tension of himself," Chris many interesting sides to 10 all-time coaches, plus The Associated Press visa when he was 9, and to register for the military Ramsay said. "They were his personality and life. He posted a 234-72 record the family remained in draft. smart and they outworked had many names. He was with seven NCAA tournaTALLAHASSEE - The the country after the vissi Godinez - Samper i o the opponent. He taught a John T. Ramsay Coach ment appearances at St. House amended a bill expired. He was an.Eagle meets all of those qualifi- teamgame, where sharing Ramsay, Jack Ramsay, Dr. Joseph's, his almamater. Thursday to include lan- Scout and the valedicto- cations. The bill now goes and giving was required. Jack, Dad and Pop. Each Chris Ramsay, who guage that would help rian of his high school be- back to the Senate with the His game, when executed personality added to and worked alongside his faimmigrants who are un- fore graduating from Flor- newlanguage. properly by tile right per- complemented the other, ther at ESPN in recent lawfully in the country to ida State University's law "I'm feeling great,"'Godi- sonnel, was unbeatable.... each forming and shaping years, saw firsthand how receive their law. licenses school. He passed the bar nez-Samperio said. "Today His trophy case collapsed the other into one unbe- much respect his father under certain conditions. exam in 2011, but the Su- is a great day for justice, under the weight of all the lievable man." commanded from those The decision -comes a preme Court said in March for states' rights. Today is a awards." Jack Ramsay's life, by in the game. month after the state Su- that Floridalawdidn't allow great day for fairness." Pat Riley, Erik Spoelstra, any measure, was com- "You were eager when preme Court denied a li- him to get a lawlicense. Godinez-Samperio re- Billy Cunningham, Bob plete. His name'adorned he called, and you paid cense to a man because of The court suggested the ceived a work permit in McAdoo, Phil Mattelli and the marquee at Madison attention," Chris Ramsay his immigration status. Legislature could pass a 2012 as part of President former referee Bob Del- Square Garden; he was said. "You waited for diJose Godinez-Samperio law to allow immigrants Barack Obama's Deferred aney were among those considered a founding fa- rections, for inspiration, watched from the gallery here illegally to obtain law Action for Childhood Ar-. attending from the bas- ther of "Big 5" college bas- a pearl of wisdom, a piece as the House approved lan- licenses, and noted that rivals program, which -ketball world, along with ketball in Philadelphia;' of advice. He's not here to guage to give the Supreme Godinez-Samperio is an, halted the deportation of former coach Tin O'Brien, he led a team headlined call your name out loud Court the ability to grant exemplary candidate.' immigrants brought to th Ramsay's son-i-law. by Bill Walton, Maurice any longer, but I guaranlaw licenses to immigrants The Senate approved United States as children. Many broadcasting col- Lucas and Lionel Hollins tee you will do something here illegally under certain language last iveek that He is working as a parale- leagues of the man best to the Portland Trail Blaz- soon that was inspired by conditions. House Speaker would allowthe court to is- gal at Gulf Coast LegalSer- known as "Dr. Jack~' were ers to the 1977 NBA title; Jack Ramsay. Hewill move WillWeatherfordcongratu- sue law licenses to people vices, which provides free also at the funeral, inside he was known for his you. He will ,call your lated him after the bill(HB in the country unlawfully legal help to low-income St. John the Evangelist fashion sense as a coach; name again, and you will 755)passed. if they came to the country people in the Tampa Bay Catholic Church in south- he drove powerful sports listen." "You've been given an as a minor and if they have area. - - __opportunity by this Leg- been in Florida for more He practice im- islature.. an act of justice than 10 years. The House migration law. pleads gulty jetIjn by this Legislature," said language added other con- "Just as I needed someWeatherford, R-Wesley ditions. Candidates would body to navigate the comChapel. "Return that act of also have to have a Social plex immigration system TheAssoclated Press sentencing Potts. justice to many others." Secuity number and au- in this country ... hopefully Potts is seeking credit for 15 years he Godinez-Samperio's par- thorization to work in the. ini the future I will be able FORT AUDERDALE - An American served in a Cuban prison, although in ents brought him to the United States. Men seeking to help somebody else," he who returned from Cuba after hijack- his plea agreement Potts acknowledged United States on a tourist a license also would have said. ng ajetliner to the communist island 30 Rosenbaum is under no legal obligation years ago pleaded guilty Thursday to a to do so. The plea deal says the judge can U.S. kidnapping charge. Now, he's hop- consider the Cuban time as one factor in Le * la* I ai school .ng for credit for the time he served be- his U.S. sentence.
In e passes shindbarsin Cuba. "There's no guarantee of that, but 15 William Potts, 57, entered the plea years in a Cuban prison is pretty hard The Associated Press But the legislation will The Senate in April nar- before U.S. District Judge Robin Rosen- 'time," Berube said.
not eliminate state review rowly passed a bill spon- bau. In interviews before his return Sentencing on the U.S. conviction was TALLAHASSEE -- Par- of textbooks, as originally sored by Hays that would from Cuba last year, Potts said he de- set for July 11. ents would have a chance sought by sponsors of the have mandated that each cided to return after such a long time to "It's entirely up to the court what your to object to textbooks used bill. Instead, school boards school district review and finally resolve the U.S. case. His attorney, sentence will be," Rosenbaum reminded at public schools under a will continue to decide choose textbooks. Assistant FederalPublic Defender Robert Potts. bill passed Thursday by whether to review text- But school boards and Berube, said Potts has children living in "Yes, ma'am, I understand that," Potts the Florida Legislature. books locally or continue even Education Commis- the U.S. and wanted to get out of Cuba. replied. The bill was inspired to rely on the state-ap- sioner Pam Stewart were "He wants to put this behind him," Assistant U.S. Attorney Maria Medetis ongoing criticisms proved list. opposed to eliminating the Berube said. "He didn't have to come said the Justice Department had not deabout the states transition Sen. Alan Hays, R-Uma- state review. back, but he did." cided yet what sentence to recommend. to new school standards as tilla and sponsor of the There were concerns that Federal prosecutors substituted According to the FBI, Potts claimed in well as a dispute inVolusia bill, said it would finally districts would not select the kidnapping count for a previous a note to a flight attendant that he had County over a textbook give parents a way to ob- textbooks that are aligned charge of air piracy, which carried a explosives and threatened'to blow up a that some parents wanted ject to textbooks without with Florida's new stan- mandatory prison sentence of at least Piedmont Airlines flight headed from pulled over complaints having to complain to leg- dards, which are based pri- 20 years. Although the kidnapping NewYork to Miami in March 1984. In adthat it offered a pro-Islam- islators or state education marily on Common Core charge has a maximum life sentence, dition to diverting the jetliner to Havana, ic worldview. officials. state standards. it gives Rosenbaum more flexibility in Potts demanded $5 million in ransom.

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55 US schools face federal sex-assault probes

The Associated Press have schools under taken steps that include investigation. putting up posters advisWASHINGTON - From Massachusetts has six, ingstudents ofwhatto do if huge state universities to including Harvard College. they are sexually assaulted small colleges and the Ivy Harvard students filed and requiring a "consent League, .55 schools across formal complaints in late and respect online" course America are facing fed- March to the department for new students starting eral investigation for the saying the college did not this summer. way they handle sexual- respond promptly to re- While being on the list abuse allegations by their ports of sexual violence, might be difficult for students. that students were sub- schools, Duncan said, it For the first time, the jected to a sexually hostile pales in comparison to Education Department environment, and that in the difficulty and trauma revealed its list of col- some cases assault victims borne by sexual-assault leges under investigation were forced to live in the victims on American colThursday - though no same residence buildings lege campuses. details of the complaints as their alleged assailants. "In terms of what's mor- as the Obama admin- "Harvard has taken a ally right there, the moral istration sought to bring number of steps to fos- compass, whatever we can more openness to the is- ter prevention efforts and do to have fewer young sue of sexual violence on to support students who women and young men and around the nation's have experienced sexual having to go through these campuses. misconduct", spokesman types of horrific incidents, The schools range from THEASSOCIATED PRESS Jeff Neal said. Theyinclude we want to do that," Dunpublic universities, includ- Education Secretary Arne Duncan speaks in New York on April 10. Fifty-five colleges and appointing a Title IX offi- can said.
universities big and small, public and private are being nvestigated over their handling of cer to review policies and The White House has ing Ohio State, the Univer- sexual-abuse complaints, the Education Department revealed Thursday. Duncan said there cer to review policies and The White House has sity of California Berke- had been "lots of internal debate" about whether to release the list but that he believes in procedures. said hat as many as one ,ley and Arizona State, to transparency; he said the more the country is talking about the problem of sexual assault, Pennsylvania had five in five female college stuprivate schools including the better. Duncan said there is "absolutely zero presumption" of guilt in his mind for schools schools listed. California, dents is assaulted. PresiKnox College in Illinois, being investigated. Colorado' and New York dent Barack Obama has Swarthmore College in each had four. appointed a task force.of Pennsylvania and Catholic andlastmonthdetermined sexual assaults is not lim- The agency previously. Some investigations Cabinet members to reUniversity of America in that the university failed to ited to colleges. would confirm such Title were prompted by com- view the issue after hearthe District of Columbia. explain a yearslong delay Separately Thursday, IX investigations when plaints directly to the ing complaints about poor Ivy League schools includ- between the alleged inci- the Pentagon said reports asked, but students and federal department; oth- treatment of campus rape ing Harvard, Princeton dent and Gibbons' expul- of assaults by members others were often unaware ers were initiated by the -victims and the hidden naand Dartmouth are also on sion in December. Spokes- of the military have riseni of them. department after compli- ture of such crimes. the list. inan Rick Fitzgerald says 50 percent since the be- Duncan said there had ance reviews triggered by The task force's report, The government em- the university has been ginning of a campaign to been "lots of internal de- other factors, such as news released just two days' phasized -that the list was "fully cooperating." persuade more victims to, bate" about whether to re- stories, the department earlier, announced the about investigations of Schools on the list, for come forward.- Defense lease the list but that trans- said. Some schools wanted creation of a website, nocomplaints, not judg- the most part, were unwill- Secretary Chuck Hagel parency is important. to note what triggered the, offering rements. Education Sec- ing to talk about specific said he is ordering six ini- "No one probably loves investigation. sources for -victims and retary Arne Duncan said incidents but said they tiatives to deal with sexual to have their name on that Indiana University- information about past there was "absolutely zero have been working with assaults, including efforts list," Duncan said during a Bloomington, for example, enforcement actions on presumption" of guilt. :the federal department to to get more male victims White House briefing. "But said the federal depart- campuses. The task force Few details of individual -be more responsive to stu- to speak up. we'll investigate; we'll go ment had confirmedthat also made a wide range cases are known, but some dent complaints. The college investiga- where the facts are. And it didn't receive any com- of .recommendations to are. One, at the University "We are hopeful at the tions are done urider Title where they have dqne ev- plaints against the school schools, such as identifyof Michigan in Ann Arbor, end of this there will be IX of a U.S. law, which pro- erything perfectly, we'll be "that would have triggered ing confidential Victims' involves allegations of a resolution that will hibits gender discrimina- very loud and clear that an investigation." advocates and conducting mishandling of a matter strengthen our internal tion at schools that receive they've done everything Similarly, the University surveys to better gauge the involving a football player. processes and result in a federal funds. It is the same perfectly." of Massachusetts-Amherst frequency of sexual assault The investigation began safer community," said law that guarantees girls The department can also said it was being in- on campuses. after federal authorities re- Dartmouth spokesman and women equal access withhold federal funding vestigated under a stan- The department publiceived complaints related Justin Anderson. "There's to sports, but it also regu- from a school that doesn't dard compliance review cized guidanceonTitle iX's to the expulsion of Bren- always something we lates institutions' handling comply with the law, but and not because of any sexual-assault provisions dan Gibbons, a former can learn and ways to get of sexual violence and in- it so far has not used that specific complaints. in 2011, arid complaints place-kicker. better." creasingly is being used power and instead has n- At Sarah Lawrence Col- by students have since inA student group exam- The Obama administra- by victims who say their gotiated voluntary resolu- lege, a heavily female creased. Complaints, howined the school's student tion's effort to bring more schools failed to protect tions for violators. school on the list, a spokes- ever, don't always lead to sexual-misconduct policy attention to the issue of them. , About half f all states womansaidthecollegehas investigation: ..

State Briefs 'Expert Jewelry Repair Come See..
Low-THC medical Fla. legislators reach southwest Florida. through a 10-year decline, marijuana ill passes deal on tax holds Last year, Lee County but nesting has picked beaches were home to 680 up over the past two
TALLAHASSEE -A TALLAHASSEE - Shop- turtle nests, while Collier seasons.
strain oflow-THC mari- pers buying clothes and County beaches had 1,075 Officials.say loggerheads juana would be legal in school supplies will get a nests, are the most common sea JE Florida for medical use three-day tax holiday in Collier County turtles that nest in Florida. WELER under a bill passed by the August.
House. The Senate on Thursday environmentalist Maura 4432 Lafayette Street * 526-5488 *
The House voted 111-7 included the back-to- Kraus says the area went From wire reports for the bill. school tax holiday in a
It would allow doc- $105 million tax-cut pack- iv wum
tors to prescribe a strain age that legislators plan to btum., of marijuana known as pass this week. 1 - "Charlotte's Web" that The back-to-school sales
contains low amounts of tax holiday would last
THC, which causes users from Aug. 1-3.
to feel high. Under the bill (HB 5601),
The marijuana does shoppers would not have S S n contain normal amounts to pay sales taxes on any n of CBD, which is used to clothes worth $100 or less.
treat seizures. Shoppers would not
Themarijuanawouldbe havetopaytaxes on Sen lus ydur converted into liquid form school supplies worth u for medical use. $15 or less, or on the graduate's favorite
The Senate passed the first $750 of a personal
bill earlier this week, but computer. photo along the House made changes The bill also includes a in an effort to prevent three-day sales tax holiday WIth Specia abuse of the law. in September on the purThe Senate now has to chase of energy-efficient messa g e... approve those changes. appliances.
It also includes a ninePanther killed in day sales tax holiday on
southwest Florida the sale of hurricane-preparation supplies such as
FORT MYERS - Offi- batteries and generators.
cials say a Florida panther
was killed by a vehicle in Sea turtle nesting Marianna High School southwest Florida.
The Florida Fish and season begins W::e are SO proud of Wildlife Conservation FORT MYERS - It's sea you and all of your Commission reports that turtle nesting season in accomplishments. But most the 3-year-old, uncollared Florida. of all we are proud of the female was found Thurs- The season began Thurs- person you have chosen to day along Interstate 75 day and extends through / be. You have blessed our near Fort Myers. August, but wildlife of- be in the livesso much. May God
The remains will be ficials say the hatchlings bless you as you begin this taken to a Gainesville can emerge as late as Jackson County Floridan's next chopter of your life. facility for a necropsy. October.
This is the 14th Florida The News Press of Fort 2014 Graduation Section We Love You! panther death of 2014, the Myers reports biologists Mom and Dad ninth hit by a vehicle. and groups monitoring on May 28TH.
Florida panthers once the turtles ale hoping for
roamed the entire south- high numbers this year.
eastern U.S., but only They'd like to see more To have your graduate's message included in this keepsake edition, please send a color photo and $25 around 160 remain in the than 2,000 nests in Lee to: Graduation 2014, C/O Jackson County Floridan, 4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna, Florida, email to: wild. and Collier counties in or drop it off at our office located at 4403 Constitution Lane. Be sure to include the graduate's name, your special message and a daytime phone number.


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Cottondale Spring FbotbalA

th Reifins onhasn Hornets in 'transition' period

Chipla abaall BY DUSTIN KENT players without much or any varsity experience, while also Chipolawill host Wallace replacing a four-year starting Conunity College on Mon- Spring football practice begins quarterback. dayat5 .m. for Jackson County schools Fri- But Addison said the challenge day and the Cottondale Hornets of this spring is a totally different Chipola softball will start out under the most un- animal.
The Lady Indians will open usual circumstances: without a "It's no comparison. Last year, play in the FCSAA tourna- head coach. we knew we were going to have
ment Saturday in PensacWith the retirement of long- some pieces to make a puzzle;
la against State Colege of time coach Mike Melvin follow- we just,didn't know if we would ing the school's best-ever season be able to put it together in time;" with a trip to the state semifinals he said. "This will definitely be a in 2013, the Hornets sought out transition year and a learning exa CHS alumnus to replace him in perience for everyone involved. hassee vs. Hillsboroughith Jerome Godwin. With these new guys, you can
of But Godwin won't begin at the only showthem so much in practh loss school until June, leaving sec- tice. At some point it boils down tha ae wit nnt wll ond-year assistant coach Tyler to another team being in front of SAddison to organize spring prac- them in the jamboree and in the tice in his stead. PHOTO BYJOSH MATTOX/FOR THE FLORIDAN fall and seeing how they respond It's a lot to take on for a young Cottondale's DaMichael Faulk runs the ball during a game against Graceville when they get hit."
coach, especially with a young last season. The good news is that it that lost 14 seniors from a before, so it's been a teaching process. pears the "new guys" are pretty 22-man roster a season ago, in- process, but we knew that going "Those seniors we had got committed, with the coach sayglf tbIOU~fafit cluding veteran leaders like Nor- in. We've got to get them to play where they did because of the ing he has been impressed with The Marianna softball team ris Calhoun, Derrick Wilson and and make them believe they're work they put in. They were not their work ethic in offseason will hold a golf tournament at Thomas Lipford. going to win. We just have to the most talented group, but workouts thus far.
Caverns Golf Course on May "It's definitely been different. keep chopping and chopping they came together and worked ' "We've averaged about 22 SatThere's a different vibe with the away and eventually we'll get hard and accomplished alot." guys in the weight room a day. Format is three-man scram- program," Addison said. "We've it. But it's not going to happen There were some similar con- They've been pretty consistent ble with cost of $60 per plaer got 25 or 26 players and around in one workout or one practice cerns going into last spring with 18 who haven't played football or one game. It's going to be a having to depend on several See HORNETS, Page 3B


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Mike D'Antoni resigns Ramsay's life celebrated

The Associated Press ball world, along with former coach Jim
as Lakers ea coac O'Brien, Ramsay's son-in-law
NAPLES - Jack Ramsay's trophy case Many broadcasting colleagues of the
The Associated Press resembled his life - both were full. man best known as "Dr.Jack" were also at With friends and family simultane- the funeral, inside St. John the Evangelist
LOS ANGELES - Los ously mourning and celebrating his Catholic Church in southwest Florida. Angeles Lakers coach life, the Basketball Hall of Famer and "Basketball royalty," McAdoo said. Mike D'Antoni resigned NBA championship-winning coach But the overriding theme of the funerWednesday after less than was remembered at his funeral Mass al was not basketball. It was faith. two seasons on the job. on Thursday as someone endlessly de- A devout Catholic, Ramsaywould rouTeam spokesman John voted to his family, fitness and faith. He tinely find early morning Mass to attend BlackconfirmedD'Antoni's died Monday at the age of 89, after fight- in cities that his broadcast work took resignation, ending the ing cancer in many forms for the final 15 him to before hopping onto a flight to brief tenure of the Lakers' years of his life. either head back home or call a game fourth head coach in less Chris Ramsay delivered his father's eu- in another city. At his family's annual than three years. logy, calling him "a basketball genius." reunion last year, Ramsay rose from his D'Antoni went 67-87 af- "His teams were an extension of him- seat at the head of a table and urged his ter taking over the Laker's self," Chris Ramsay said. "They were children and grandchildren to take their earlyinthe2012-13 season. smart and they outworked the oppo- faith more seriously. He replaced the fired Mike nent. He taught a team game, where "My dad was special in so many ways," Brown, who lasted just 71 sharing and giving was required. His Chris Ramsay said. "He was a multifacgames after replacing 11- game, when executed properly by the: eted man with many interesting sides time NBA champion coach right personnel, was unbeatable. ... His to his personality and life. He had many Phil Jackson in 2011. trophy case collapsed under the weight names. He was John T. Ramsay, Coach The injury-plagued Lak- of all the awards." Ramsay, Jack Ramsay, Dr. Jack, Dad and ers were 27-55 this season, Pat Riley, Erik Spoelstra, Billy Cun- Pop. Each personality added to and their worst campaign in ningham, Bob McAdoo, 'Phil Martelli complemented the other, each forming more than 50 years and and former referee Bob Delaney were and shaping the other into one unbethe second-worst winning . among those attending from the basket- lievable man." percentage in franchise
history. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE With Kobe Bryant, Steve Los Angeles Lakers head coach Mike D'Antoni looks on in the
Nash and Pau Gasol sit- game against the Toronto Raptors in Los Angeles on Dec. 8, ting out large chunks of 2013. D'Antoni resigned.Wednesday.
the season while the Lakers lost an NBA-worst 319 team every day. We wish ately returned.
man-games to injuries, him the best of luck." Despite the Lakers' injuthe 16-time NBA cham- The62-year-oldD'Antoni ries on a roster consisting pion franchise missed the had one year left on his mostly of players on oneplayoffs for the first time in contract, but wanted the year contracts, Los Angeles nine seasons and only the Lakers to pick up his op- fans largely directed their third time in 38 years. tion year for 2015-16 to anger during a rare down "Given the circumstanc- have any chance of suc- season toward, D'Antoni.
es, I don't know that any- cess. The Lakers appar- Lakers great Magic Johnbody could have done a ently refused, leading to son, who was sharply critibetter job than Mike did D'Antoni's resignation. cal of D'Antoni's coaching the past two seasons," Lak- D'Antoni walked away style, hailed the news on ers general manager Mitch from a $4 million payday his Twitter account.
Kupchaksaid."On behalf of for next season, although "Happy days are here the Lakers, we thank.Mike he may receive a portion of again!" Johnson tweeted. for the work ethic, profes- that money as severance. "Mike D'Antoni resigns as THEASSOGIATED PRESS sionalism and positive atti- A phone message left for the Lakers coach. I couldn't Pallbearers carry the casket of former NBA coach and TV analyst Jack Ramsay to his funeral tude that he brought to the D'Antoni wasn't immedi- be happier!" service at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Naples on Thursday.

Rockets harken back to Clutch City for inspiration

The Associated Press vacation," Dwight Howard the team some impas- got to continue to do that said. "I want to win. I want sioned words of encour- and take it one game at a PORTLAND, Ore. - The to give everything I've got. agement.during practice a time."
Rockets reached back Every night, put my heart day earlier. Only eight NBA teams into their history to stave into it and sacrifice my Elie, affectionately nick- - including the '95 Rockoff elimination in their body and do whatever I named "Junkyard Dog" for ets - have rebounded first-round playoff series can to help this team win. his tenacity, wds known from a 3-1 deficit in a bestagainst the Portland Trail It's not going to be easy." for clutch 3-pointers, in- of-seven playoff series to Blazers. After losing the opening cluding one that helped advance. The last was the Houston earned the nick- two games in Houston, , advance the Rockets out Suns, who came back to name "Clutch City" back then claiming one of a pair . of a second-round playoff beat the Los Angeles Lakin the mid-1990s when in Portland, the Rockets series against Phoenix in ers in a first-round series the team won back-to- rallied for a 108-98 victory 1995. Houston, down 371 in 2006. back NBA championships. on Wednesday night to in the series against the. Portland is making The Rockets brought the narrow Portland's advan- Suns, went on to win its its first playoff appearmoniker back for Game 5 tage in the series..Howard THE ASSOCIATED PRESS second straightNBAtitle. ance since 2011. Aldridge against the Blazers with a had 22 points and 14 re- Houston's James Harden (left) tries to knock the ball away Wednesday night's victo- helped the Blazers stealthe pep talk from a star of that bounds, and Jeremy Lin from Portland's Wesley Matthews (2) in Game 5 of an opening- ry gave the Rockets confi- first two games in Housteam and T-shirts for their, redeemed himself from dence that it could happen ton, scoring 46 points in a fans. a poor performance in Lillard added 26. playing off them, and again. 122-120 overtime Game 1 Now Houston will see if Game 4 with 21 points off Aldridge said Houston that's how the game went. "We're not hanging our win, then 43 in a 112-105 this team has that historic the bench. wasn't doing anything It wasn't about how Dwight heads at all. We believe in victory. resilience as the series The Rockets limited All- differently. (Howard) guarded me or each other, and in that en- The Rockets claimed the moves back to Portland for Star LaMarcus Aldridge to "No, that was just how anything like that." tire locker room, nobody first of two in Portland, Game 6 on Friday night. eight points after he aver- the game went," he said The Rockets were sim- thinks this series is over," 121-116 in overtime, led TheRocketsarestilldown aged 35.3 points in the first afterward. "The ball didn't ply determined playing in Rockets forward Chandler by James Harden with 37 3-2. So, lose and their sum- four games. Wesley Mat- come to me as much to- front of a crowd wearing Parsons said. "We have a points. The series' third OT mer starts Saturday. thews led the Blazers with night. Our guys were mak- red Clutch City shirts. For- chance to do something game ended in a 123-120 "I don't want to go on 27 points and Damian ing shots and we were merguardMario Eliegave special here, and we've Blazers win.

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Oklahoman paper apologizes for Kevin Durant headline

OKLAHOMA CITY that my country's going Scott Hall said the mat- Kevin Durant's mom to get bombed and all my ter was turned over to has a bone to pick. family's going to die, just the league. Added Gortat, The Oklahoman news- stuff like that." "Some people already paper printed a sports The tweets came after visited him." page headline Thursday the Wizards' Game 2 The NBA said it doesn't that read "Mr. Unreli- win in Chicago last comment on security able" over a photo of the week. matters. Oklahoma City Thunder Wizards spokesman From wire reports star.
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Game 5 against Memphis into Game 6 on Thursday Washington Wizards say practice that there was on Tuesday. night. the NBA has investigated a "one gentleman who He has averaged 28 person who made threats really threatened us, actupoints and 9.8 reboun s to the team on Twitter ally made some terrorist SandraWard MichaelBedsole JulI Basford MaryLouPattmore against the Grizzlies, NBA handles during its first-round threats to us. Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor but was shooting just 40 Twitter threats sent series against the Chicago Gortat, who is from (850)573-6849 (321)663-2671 (561)891-4034 (850)718-6143 percent from the field and to Wizards Bulls. Poland, said that "he was had as many turnovers Center Marcin Gor- saying there was a bomb S(20) as assists heading WASHINGTON - The tat said Thursday after on the plane and stuff,


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Lodge. Minimum guar- The win snapped Tampa Bay's anteed first place prize three-game losing streak and $1,000. Registration fee is was just its second victory in $100 and $10 for the Big nine road games.
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Coast Children's Advocacy' Brian Butterfield was ejected by Center for child abuse first base umpire Toby Basner prevention. Last year, the for slamming his helmet to the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Gulf Coast Children's Ad- ground in the seventh inning Tampa Bay catcher Jose Molina moves to tag out Boston's Dustin Pedroia (15) during the seventh inning in the first vocacy Center served 1,220 after a challenge on an out at the game of a doubleheader at Fenway Park in Boston on Thursday. Boston's Mike Napoli watches from behind. children from Jackson, plate on what would have been and struck out six, throwing 95 ers. Chris Perez pitched 1 2-3 16, 2013, gave the lead right back Calhoun, Washington, Hol- the tying run. pitches. innings for his first save. when his walk to Olivo loaded the mes, Bay and Gulf coun- Brandon Gomes (2-1), the first Mike Pelfrey (0-3) gave up five bases with no outs in the second ties. All of these children of four relievers, got four outs for Dodgers Twins 4 runs and seven hits andwalked inning. Puig's two-run double had allegations of some the win. Grant Balfour recorded MINNEAPOLIS -Yasiel Puig three in four innings for the made it 3-2 and the Dodgers type of abuse or were a the final three for his fifth save, tied a career high with four hits Twins. Brian Dozier had two hits scored two more on a double victim of a crime. The Gulf getting David Ortiz to ground out and drove in two runs and Dan and two RBIs for Minnesota. from Matt Kemp and a single from Coast Children's Advocacy with a runner on second for the Haren struck out seven in 6 2-3 The Dodgers looked uncom- Uribe in the third to take control. Center is there to support final out. innings to help the Los Angeles fortable in the 40-degree weather Puig also had singles in the these children and their Boston's Jake Peavy (1-1) took Dodgers to a 9-4 victory over in the first inning, when throw- first, fourth and sixth innings families and give them the the loss. He gave up two or fewer the Minnesota Twins in Game-1 ing errors by Carl Crawford in left and walked in the eighth, the services they need. For runs for the fifth time in six starts,. of a day-night doubleheader on field and catcher Miguel Olivoe, third time he's had four hits in a more information please holding the Rays to two runs and Thursday. on the same play allowedTrevor game. He is batting .400 (16call LuAnn Dean at 850- three hits in 6 1-3 innings. Haren (4-0) gave up four runs Plouffe to score from first base for-40) with three doubles and 573-6985 or Tammy Dean Rays starter Cesar Ramos al- - three earned - and six hits on a bloop single by Jason Kubel 12 RBIs in his past 10 games to at 850-209-0397. Idwed just one run and one hit, with three walks and Juan Uribe to give the Twins a 2-0 lead. raise his average to .308 for the but struggled with his control also tied a career-high with four But Pelfrey, who has not won a .season. MMS basketball camp in 4 2-3 innings. He walked six hits and two RBIs for the Dodg- game at Target Field since April From wire reports Marianna Middle School
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camp July 10-12 at Mari- H orets practice and into the fall, though void left by the departed seniors. fense as a running back, but as a anna High School for boys with limited knowledge of the Marcus Johnson and Justin Lip- linebacker it causes problems on and girls ages 10-18. team's current personnel, there's ford will battle it out to replace the defense. No matter how good Cost is $45 and includes From Page 1B a limit to what the new coach can . Justin Klotz at quarterback, but you are on the field, the captain of a T-shirt and lunch for about coming and have worked contribute before the summer. it's a pair of junior skill players the defense has to be more vocal. each day, with the camp very hard," Addison said. "We're "He laid out for us what he that Addison said have taken the "I have no doubt in Faulk's running from 9 a.m. to 2 just so far behind in strength and wants as far as overall scheme, first steps towards taking bigger abilities to run the ball and step p.m. each day. Registra- experience and knowledge of the but I don't know how much will leadership roles. into (Calhoun's) shoes, but being tion will take place at the game. We're having to teach from change," Addison said. "There are "DaMichael Faulk is stepping the second or third running back MMS gymnasium on the square one." some (practice drills) he wants us up big and Jaueric Gardner has is different than being the main following dates: June 16, While Godwin hasn't been at to do that we haven't done before. really emerged as a leader," the running back as well as the mid23, 30, or July 7 from 5 the school, that doesn't mean his If he sees something he wants to coach said. "(Faulk) hasn't missed dle linebacker." p.m. to 7 p.m. Camp fee is influence won't be felt during the change, then we'll do that, but I a single workout all offseason The Hornets will wrap up the nonrefundable and due at spring. think we'll be very similar." and he's becoming more of a vo- spring May ?4 with a Jackson the time of registration. Godwin met with Addison after One thing the Hornets will defi- cal leader. I think last year he led County jamboree at Marianna For more information, spring break to give an overview nitely try to do this spring is find more by example and that that High School, taking on Graceville call D'Leisha Ephriam at of what he wanted during spring a way to replace the leadership doesn't matter as much on of- and Sneads for a quarter each. 850-272-4611 or Jeanette
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Tom moved back into his mother's have an alcohol problem. However, your MONTY BY JIM MEDDICK house and found work, but only for a . kindness is also a form of enabling. By 18 Sbo I YoUR CAR is ~op T .....H wAS up\0- brief time before he was fired. Any mon- giving Tom a cushion to fall back on, he ...RrV.A . A f IT 5 POU 0.Y0'f JuST-n-h lI ey he had saved, he spent in bars and on hasn't had to take complete responsibilsoN owlB. D1"-MIc our or~You. S AN\T L0O at women. When Mom went into a nursing ity for his own actions. , UI1 Nwo home, Tom couldn't pay the upkeep on Talk to your husband so you are both the house, so he rented it out and ended in agreement about how to handle Tom.
up homeless again. So we took him in. We also recommend that you and your We helped Tom get food stamps and a husband request a joint session with
- part-time job. He sees a counselor once Tom and his counselor to talk about the " a month. Our only rule is that he has to best way to deal with this.


Tlis week, we have been studying North 05-02-14 strong jump shifts. To'check that you * A K 7 2 have the idea,.look at today's South hand. Y Q J 10 6 3 North opens one heart and East passes. K Q What should South bid? 6 K Q While you decide, I have said that a West East strong jump shift should promise 13-16 * 10 6 3 * S high-card points. In the days of yore, re- V 8 5 4 2 9 7 S Csponder needed 17-19 high-card points. * K 9 8 6 4 3 KIT'N' CARLYLE BY LARRY WRIGHT HERMAN BY JIM HUNGER As I explained three days ago, this was 6 J 10 9 7 S 8 6 5 4 3 2 not best. But if responder has a two-suiter, by the time he adds shortage points, *QJ984 his hand will probably be worth 17-19 V A K
-_ 7 IIAU 'R .., 'support points: high-card plus shortage 4 A J 10 7 2
__% ' "IF-'T lM' 'points. 4 A
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spond one spade, not two spades. Don't Vulnerable: Both
- make a strong jump shift with a two- South West North East suiter unless partner opened in one of 1 V Pass.
-,your suits. ??
A sensible sequence is one heart one
� es spade three spades four no-trump five Opening lead: 4' J diamonds five no-trump six hearts
- six spades. It is difficult to bid seven So, he does not need to risk the diamond no-trump (the best contract) or seven finesse. He should win Trick 1 in his hand Spades with confidence when a king is with the club ace, draw trumps (leav-.
missing, ing the ace or king in the dummy as an EMAN. However, let's assume that West leads entry), unblock the heart ace and king, 52" CLaughingStcklnlernalonallneDist byUniverstUtlickforUFS2014 the club jack against seven spades. How cross to dummy with a trump, and cash should South plan the play? those lovely winners (the heart Q-J-10 2014UFS, inc. aeiDeclarpr has 13 top tricks: five spades, and club king), discarding his four diaDistributed by Universal Uclick for UFS t0 people who borrow! five hearts, one diamond and tvo clubs. mound losers. C LASSIFIEDS Jackson County Floridan* Friday, May 2, 2014- 5 B



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\\ Black/Tan Chihuahua Mix . Lively, Proud, Enjoys AUCTIO . SN S OPOattention. Neutered. Free. 334-693-9097.
Brindle Pit Bull Terrier - 8 months, plays with
*Janitorial Business for sale enthusiasm. Neutered. Free. 334-693-9097.
Equipment, training and 60K Brittany Puppies, AKC. Whelped April 9thannual gross 19,5Ready June 4th. Dam & Sire both have ChamESTATE OF gross $19,500 pionship Bloodlines and are proven/ experiJOHN F. POWERS * 504-915-1474 & enced in the field - Whoa/Back/Retrieve Dam: JOCONSIGNMENS _ _504_915-_1474Granddaughter of "Nolens Last Bullet" Sire: + CONSIGNMENTS "Tejas Iron Mike" bloodlines. Both parents on
3122 Oxmoor Industrial Blvd. Seeking Partner/Investor for fish farm. site. $100 deposit. 4 males 4 females. $500. For
Dothan, AL 36303 22 acres of stocked ponds in place. immediate info call/text 334-791-3194. No calls
(Off Napier Field Rd) Samson. Al. 334-898-1322 850-974-2968 after 8:00 pm. Picture is of Dam and Sire
Sat May 10 @ 10:02 AM (CST) English Bulldog Female
C C I O Vet Checked, and Pure Bred, HOME GROWN, FRESH CONCESSIONS ON SITE! FURN IT & HOUS [O] ITEMS Cost $ 700. Email: amber.da
1989 Harley Davidson FXRT Lowrider Queen pillow top mattress and box set. or call 334-792-5434fr
MC w/Custom Paint * 4 Wheelers New, still in factory plastic. $195 OBO.
Building Mat (Pallets of Brick & Stone, Call 850 596 6437 Lab Mix - Loving, Calm, White/Brown, @45 Ibs.
Hardwood Flooring, Crossties, Etc.)
Household Furniture Stove Refrigerator HT H PROUCT Loves People, Spayed. Free. 334-693-9097.
Washer & Dryer * Small Appliances Miniature Schnauzers . CKC reg. Born 3/8/14. * 334-793-6690 *
Dining Room Suites � bedroom Suites
Dining Room Su r ouie t DIABETIC TEST STRIPS Tails docked and dew claws removedworming
Living Room Furniture * China Cabinet DIABETIC TES STRIPS schedule and first set of shots. 1 black female
Rocker Recliner * Glider Rocker NEEDED I BUY SEALED/ and 1 white male left. Call 334-726-0629. '
Children's Toys * Trampoline UNEX
Collectible Glass & Pottery UNEXPIRED BOXES PUPPYSALE 2012 Tifton #9 Hay
Commercial Grade Exercise Equipment Papillon Mixes $75.- $100, Chihuahua$300.
Garden Implements and Hand Tools CALL BOB (334) 219-4697 a d tang deposits on MaPoos and Yorldes Large net wrapped rolls $25.
Much, Much More! 0 r_ 1 R __ _ 334-718-8 KendallCooperCall:
Consignments added daily'OR (850) 710-0189 .. .yd4- 09Kendall Cooper Callk
DongMiss ipd ity ! Rottweiler- Lg. Beauty, Black/tan, Spayed. 334-703-0978 / 334-775-3423
Don't Miss This Opportunity.! RtelrNeeds Special Home.Free.c/a_ , 334-693-9097
10% Buyers Premium + Sales Tax * Needs Special Home. Free. 334-693-9097. or 334-775-,3749 EX9. 102
Everything sold "As Is, Where Is"
Cash, Checks w/Gov't Issued Photo ID, Wanted: Old Coins, Gold, WANTED German Shepherd Stud: registered
Visa or MasterCard Only Diamonds, Guns, And Tools or unregistered, 1 - 3yrs old, must be MADDOX FARMS
For more info, call 334-596-2312 or go to West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-671-1440. purebreed. WIlll offer stud fee, pick of liter Beautiful Bermuda Coastal Hay puppy or will consider purchasing. BeRounduRollsm$50 CoSquar $5
Watson Auction & Realty, LLC MS LL FO SAL Call 334-618-8540 PSO Fino Horse s for Sale Col. Joe F. Watson, AL #1831Sale
*A nnouncements'made by Auctioneer Baby ThinasStore ' Call 33-791-0023
on day of auction take precedence "LIkel Us" On Facebook Buy & Sell a s
*over this or any other promotional A' =[-l P R S
materiall* Swings, Cribs, Fomula Toys & ClothesR POU
1330 H iartford Hwy Ste 1, Dehan 3341*794692 MADDOX FARMS
' GREEN FROZEN PEANUTS * Horse Boarding k " (barn or pastures) Clothing, boy & girl toddler $25 a box. Ladies 50352-4423 Beautiful Trails The National Gospel Quartet Convention plus sz clothes. $50. Wedding gown, strapless, 80-2023322 or 50-573-6594 * Excellent Care
* Pigeon Forge, TN Sept. 21-25, 2014 sz 16 $350. 850-693-3260 - .. Also Paso Fino Horses FOR SALE
. .ienFogT. Sp.2-2.21 Dry Shelled Peanuts call 334-791-0023 or 334-791-7312
Amish Tour Ohio; Pennsylvania Desk, large, cherry wood, very nice. $125. Dr Shelled ant Call 33791-0023 or 334-791-7312 Hershey Chocolate-Gettysburg Battlefield, PA 850-209-0377
4 Oct. 23/Nov. 1,2014 : .' Christmas Spectacular Nashville, TN. N.Y. .T & A N L P / Radio City Rockettes -fantasy In Ice BIG TREES
SDec. 12-14, 2014 For information: T_0E 0Ar3a.
Merita Stanley (850)594-9980 12 ft.tall 30 gal.
Free Cat- Young about 7 months old, male Tab- No tracttoo small customThini YARD & E A S ALby Black & Brown. 850-272-8965. containers
2694 Merritts Mill Road Estate Sale ,$9.95 ea. 10 or
Everything must go. Furnture and household more $39.95 * 334-389-2003 items. Saturday May 3rd 8am-2pm Adorable White/Brown Basset Mix- Playful, L vO
2903 Spring Chase Ln, Marianna loving, energetic. Spayed. Free. 334-693-9097. ive O Multi-Family Sale Fri. & Sat. May 2nd & 3rd AKC Reg. Black and YellowLab Puppies (6am-until) furniture, lots of clothes, H/H items Born 2/26/14 High Quality. Parents on site. & Crape Myrtle and much more! Rain or Shine. Excellent hunters. S&W. READY NOW !!!!!
4362 Lafayette Street Huge Spring Sale Call 850.569-1157 or 850-557-3764 apo me
St. Luke's Episcopal Church Spring Yard Sale. Beautiful Black Lab Mix -Smart, loving, playful, 334692- 3695 Fri, May 2, Noon-5pm & Sat, May 3, 8am-2pm. Great Dog, Neutered. Free. 334-693-9097 Furniture, books, clothing, household goods,
toys & baby items.
Cypress Methodist Church Yard Sale Sudoku Saturday May 3rd @ 7am. South from Hwy 90
Rain or Shine! AC!! Clothes, big man sizes,
DVDs, H/H, Misc., and donations appreciated.
2036 Washington Ave. - Grand Ridge Levek *
Fri.&Sat. May 2nd&3rd-8a.m.-? 6 3 9 7
Dealers Welcome. Everything Must Go. Complete the grid so each row, column and
ESTATE SALE 51369th St. Malone, FL Williams ,, 3-by-3 box (in bold borders) contains every digit Sat. MY 3rd. -? antiques, collectibles, all pieces 6 7 1 to 9. For son how to solve O kJ of furniture, H/H, dishes, kitchen, sin. appl.--1t .Frstrategies onhw osov Uudoku,
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sat., May 3,S7 A.M. Until Solution to Thursday's puzzle
Gigantic Yard Sale A - Z
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Davis Optometry Parking Lot - Broad Street
Marianha, FL- Sat. May3-7AM-Household 5 3 2 6 8 7 1 9 4 Items, Garage Items, Something for Everyone.
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1987 MasterCraft ProStar 190 Tournament Ski AC NI &] FIAN[CE Boat. 351 inboard with Power Slot transmission. Mastercraft inboard trailer included.
Bimini top and cover. Kenwood marine stereo
CHIPOLA NURSING with four 6 1/2's Kicker marine speakers. Side
PAVILION AND gunnel storage. Ski mirror. Ski pylon. Carpet and interior in great condition. Super running
RETIREMENT CENTER motor. Call 229-861-2437 or 334-701-9282 Cristie -Marianna, FL 1997, 18 ft Champion Bass Boat . Custom
trailer,150 hp Evinrude motor. Like new trolling G.M.Properties of P PANAMA CITY BEACH CONDO Is accepting applications for motor. Very fast. $4,300. obo. 334-714-4776 G.M. Properties of PC
Blue Fin Bass 1998 Beach * 800-239-2059 2/1,5, Pool, Tennis, Club House the following position: Elimator All Aluminum Fully Furnished Condos Fully Furnished On Front Beach Road
Bass Boat, 50 HP force en- - & Townhouses gine, galvanized trailer- near Pier Park. $125/Night $750/Week $80 Cleaning Fee A P PAYRO LLnew tires, all in very good 2bdrm Gulf front- starting @ $175 nt. 334-300-6979 or 334-393-3559 condition, 2 live well box- 3bdrm Gulf front- starting @ $275 nt. es, 4 new seats, new Humminbird fish finder Portside Resort starting @ $125. nt. Apply in person at: $3,995 OBO 828-837-1314 or 828-421-0998 2bdrm Lake front- starting @ $100 nt. If You Hove It and
Studios Lake front- starting @ $70 nt. Don't Need It...Sell It in the 4294 Third Avenue, Rn g988 4M54V, CLASSIFIEDS
Marianna, FL Mecury, live wells, trolling motor, $5,000
r - - - - - -- Boat: 1995 Larson 174SEICB, 4.3L Alpha with
City of Marianna now hiring for a accessories, better than good condition, will
Electrician, Animal Control/Signage not last. $6000 Call 334-673-1355
I officer & Utility Cashier. I Jason 15 ft. fiberglass Bass Boat , 70 hp Yamaha I Call 850-718-0326 for details. I motor, super motor guide trolling motor, 2-fish
L Dr FreeWorkplace finders, good cond. $3500. 334-792-6747.
Pontoon Boat Bass Tracker 21', like new, 60HP EA LTA Mecury 4 stroke engine, less than 50hrs. on motor, built in live well and heavy duty trolling motor. $8,500 770-460-9351

Busy Medical Practice is seeking
Airstream 1969, 30ft. International, in good shape, everything works, $3,000 OBO 334-6899436

4284 Kes Ave.Maia FL 32446
1999 Winnebago 35' Motor Home with one
slide. Hashydraulic leveling system.36,000
miles. $18,000. Call for appointment to see,
2008 Class C Winnebago Access 31J
BR/1 BAApartmentForRent Motorhome with 2 slides, bunk beds, queen
Nice Neighborhood $600/M . bed in back, queen bed over cab, Jack-knife
- Call 85-482-5134 - sofa, dinette. Ford E-450 Frame, V-10 engine, Banks system. 15,000 miles. Many extras!
HO= . S UFUN. JIE $55,000. Call 334-333-2154 or 334-791-8223
SAlford 3/2, brick -,- age, covered for more information.
front & back porch, built $950. + dep. & MUST SELL ! Tiffin 2003 Phaeton motor home, ref.Call 850-579-4317r8466-1965 3 slides, 3 Tv's, diesel, queen bed, Satellite,
* Austin Tyler & Co * many other features, some camping
Quality Homes & Apartments accessories included. Selling for health
4 850- 526-3355 or reasons. $68,000 FIRM 334-714-1671.
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" Pace Arrow 1999 Ford V10 , 35 ft. Leveling Country Near Town, Marianna - 2 BR/IBA Jacks, back up camera, runs good, 86K miles, Family room, enclosed porch, updated d/w on Good tires, New battery, awning.
1 acre. All fenced, off 90 west near Ag Center $12,500. OBO 334-333-1291 $550. Mo + Dep. Call 765-425-5288 L RL O E*
-Nicest in Marianna areal Nearly new 2BR/1BA
Home $560 w/lease. Call 850-526-8367 REDUCED 2008 Grand Unfurnished Mobile Homes, Apartments and Junction 5th wheel Houses in Graceville. Rentals Houses in Marian- RV Luxury model na also available. Some properties pet friendly. 35TMS exc. cond., j y b s Call Today 850-263-5753 Inside & Out, 3 slides, King MBR, 2 AC's, In Print and Online L S $24.500 OBO JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN 334-774-9060.
* 2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. CLASSIFIEDS $500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer Included. 850-526-3614 or 1-800-779-2557 8or18 7 2
Only $57. to turn on power_ + 850-209-88474. A [ @
* 2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes I .
in Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595
2BR / 2BA at Millpond $495 rent + deposit.
Water, sewer, lawn maint. Included
4~ 850-209-3970 NO PETS
2BR/2BA SW & 3BR/2BA DW in Malone,
CH/A, No pets, security negotiable Section 8
ok. Call 850-594-9991 or 850-557-7719
3/2 Mobile Home on Ham Pond Rd in Sneads
CH/A, lawn care included $550+dep. 850-592-4625
3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. Call 526
Starting at $500 per month
Call 850-258-1594
If no answer please leave message. H O R Residential & Commercial
"Beautification of Your Home" Lawn Service Tree Removal * Tree Trimming Carpentry/Painting Installations * Stump Grinding Furniture Repair & Refinishing Affordable Prices - Free Estimates - Insured Free Estimates COUNTRY PROPERTY_&_ESTATES General Repairs * Insured
Sa i (850) 693-1697 593-4455 Dothan Southside Country Lving ' 0 Down, $900 +/- total payment Lovely wooded lot overlooking Cypress Pond. 1.5 acres w 4/2 Brick. Fruit , * - __ [e] ___ _1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __i___. trees/pecans. Off Eddins Rd. Easy drive to Med Ctr. Owner pays closing. $155,500. 334-797-9881 H INES TRADING CENTER
* oeC ua "The Bait & Tackle Shop"

160 acres in Jackson County on Now Open 7 Days a Week
PH, (850) 593-6346
Ernest Granger Rd. FOrA Your Home Imroement eeds 2167 River Rd, Sneads, FLC
Parcial Timber Hunting $2600. per ac, .New Homes & Room Additions Flooring

(Sell Full Tract) For details 334-701-6565. D.-] = * Painting � Siding Kitchen & Bathroom Upgrades MARI ANNA CITY 2844 Madison St.
� ustom Ceramic Shower Specialist_ Porches FARM ERS TshsS
*-a ~ole Barns Concrete Driveways Sidewalks & Slabs Tues, Thurs Sat 38aEat Yrs. Ec e * License * Insured M A RK ET SSONS
50 -or- Acre Farm ready for horses, cattle, Dozer and Excavation Work 7am-noon goats. 60x60 barn. Includes a 3 BR, 1z bath. Ponds - Road Building - Demolition 850 573 1880 Now featuring Panhandle artists & crafters every Saturday $325,000. Call 850-387-5517 Joe Farris Land and Pine Tree Planting - Herbicide Spraying Stand Properties. Panama City MLS # 619005. rs: 0n-Fri 6 - 19 On202 Modern home with upgraded features .4/2rz, Clay (uea. Cell T r850-83-5sos C 2816 sq. ft. Plenty of room for family. Inground clayslandclearing@gmail.comi o pool. 39.1 acres- 10 with timber. 25 miles to Florida Panhandle Concrete, LLC Dothan. MLS# 619006 in PanamIR A WIFI NM/ City MLS.]IA/ $430,000. Joe Farris Land and Stand Properties. Travis Jones * Phillip Lizotte Call for appt 850 387 5517. & F E T30+ Years Experience *ALL YOUR ROOFING NEEDS* CW USE~r~E IES Free EstimateslReasonable Rates N House Slabs � Sidewalks Metal..Shingles. Flat Roofs * Insured . . . . . . . Driveways & Pole Barns 850-573-1880
* [, J; 'L *] ] T] []PLE '850-693-5812 . 850-592-7216 """ Serving Jackson and Surrounding Counties

Golf Cart with all new batteries T i ,01 I [1 -1_;
(4) $2,500. Call: 334-791-4485. D. Stephens Concete Services LLC Stanfo / .a& ' Quality, Affordable Concrete Work and Small TractorWork ;P Qualit-y, 38 Yrs. Experience. Licensed *Insured M USIC LESSONS Residential & Commercial Piano, Keyboard, Theory 850.526.1700 Bus: 850-674-5887 (850) Hours: Mon-FrI 7-5 * Sat 7-1 Owned and Operated by Home: 850-674-5026 (850) 20 9 9 2978 Pierce Street * (behind Tim's Florist) Dewey Stephens Cell: 850-643-1723


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Ford 1995 FISO: 8ft bed, very good condition, r 7 - - THE WEST HALF OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER 4_WHEELDRIVE_ runs and rides great, pictures available, $2,800. A We buy Wrecked Vehicles OF SECTION 32, TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, RANGE 10 Call 850-526-2964 or 850-557-2523 an a WEST OF JACKSON COUNTY,.FLORIDA; THENCE 2001 Jeep Sport Wrangler Auto., 4 Wheel Di, N 89 41' 53" E, 1294.73 FEET; THENCE N 000 w/AC, New Tires, Looks and Runs Great $8800. Jeep 2001 Wrangler Sahara: 5 speed manual, 334-7949576 or 344-791-4714 25' 45" W ALONG WEST R/W LINE OF BUMP FIRM 334-596-9966 or 334-790-6410 fully loaded, 33k miles, excellent condition, NOSE ROAD 1426.06 FEET; THENCE CONTINUE $11,900 Call 850-258-3148 ALONG SAID R/W LINE N 000 35' 27" E, 799.71 A OS FO SALE :--= FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE S Toyota 2010 Tacoma 89" 54' 48" W,1176.30 FEET TO A 100 FOOT Chevorlet 2000 Blazer LS V-6, automatic, all SRS White, 2 wheel CUL-DE-SAC BEGIN CONCAVE EASTERLY; power, runs & drives great. $2900. drive, 4 door V6, tow LE NI THENCE RUN SOUTHWESTERLY, NORTHERLY 334-797-7420. package, new Michelin LF160471 AND NORTHEASTERLY ALONG SAID CUL-DEChevrolet 2005 Aveo: Silver, 82k miles, 5 speed Ltires, Excellent SAC THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 2860 15' manual trans., one owner, good condition, condition. 46,000 miles. $22,800. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH 40" HAVING A RADIUSNCE OF 50249.81 FEET TO THE END OFR AN $2,700. under KBB value. Call 334-714-1237 Call 334-693-4987 or 796-5919 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JACKSON SAID CUL-DE-SAC; THENCE OF 2 49.81 FEET TO THE48" END OF COUNTY, FLORIDA 117I.D CU-E-SAC; THEE NIH OF 54'48 E, Chrysler 2004 Sebring LXI Convertible- Black. UTILITY TRAILER 6x10 by Trailer World 2013, CASEC NO. 32-2009-CA-000653 1176.30 FEET TO THE WEST RIGHT OF WAY OF CD Player, Leather Interior, New Transmission, custom built in cabinets, carpet, swing down BUMP NOSE ROAD (60 FOOT R/W); THENCE S Runs Great, Awesome for summer. $3,000. back door, NEW spare tire and wheel, overhead US BANK, N.A. 000 35' 27" W, ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY 145,000 miles. Contact Chad at 423.943.2530 insulated, Like New $1400. FIRM 334-441-7884 Plaintiff, LINE, 60.0 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
Corvette 2000 Convertible: OR 334-585-0180 vs a/k/a 4111 PARK PL RD, MARIANNA, FL 32446
Blue, beige interior, full 665090473; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SANDRA R.
S power, CD changer with Utility Trailer - enclosed 7ft. wide, 7 ft. tall CURRY; UNKNOWN TENANT 1; UNKNOWN TEN- at public sale, to the highest and best bidder,
conitio HUD display. In excellent & 11 ft. long, with 4 ft. drop ramp, good for ANT 2; AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING for cash, at the North door of the Jackson condition $19,500. Call 334-718-0937 motorcycles or lawn service $!,200. BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE ABOVE County Courthouse, 4445 Lafayette Street, Ford 2004 Mustang GT Coupe: black, V8 5 Call 850-579-5174. NAMED DEFENDANT(S), WHO (IS/ARE) NOT Marianna, FL 32446, on June 05, 2014 beginning speed, 99k miles, 6 disc CD, run great $6,000 KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHTHER SAID at 11:00 AM. OBO Call 334-797-7420 WA-E A TOS UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM AS HEIRS, OBOCal_3479-720DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, If you are a person claiming a right to funds Ford 2012 Mustang, low miles, under warranty. CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, SPOUSES, OR OTHER remaining after the sale, you must file a claim $250 down $279 per month. Call Steve 334-791- CALL FOR TOP PRICE CLAIMANTS; with the clerk no later than 60 days after the 8243. Defendants. sale. If you fail to file a claim you will not be FOR JUNK VEHICLES NOTICE OF SALE entitled to any remaining funds.
GOT BAD CREDIT? I ALSO SELL USED PARTS Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the Dated this 14th day f April, 2014.
. .2.HO R.OWIG. 3 -Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure enRIDE TODAY for Details 24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664 tered on December 10, 2012, and the Order /s/ Dale Rabon Guthrie
R pass bankruptRy escheduling Foreclosure Sale entered on April Clerk of the Circuit Court
SLOW CREDIT OK - SSI & VA OK 14, 2014, in this cause, in the Circuit Court of
Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 Jackson County, Florida, the clerk shall sell the By:/s/ Tammy Bailey r JS property situated in Jackson County, Florida, Deputy Clerk Sell us your semi OR Junk car. described as:
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Ravens' Rice 'ashamed, Will Manziel become

sorry' for assault case Johnny Cleveland?

The Associated Press county prosecutor will de- Security video obtained by The Associated Press cidewhetherRiceis allowed TMZ Sports shows Rice reMAYS LANDING,. N.J. - to enter the program. moving the motionless body BEREA, Ohio - As he discussed the Baltimore Ravens running If not, prosecutors have of Janay Palmer from an el- possibility of quarterback Johnny Manback Ray. Rice pleaded not offered Rice a plea bar- evator at Revel Hotel Casino ziel being picked by Cleveland in the guilty Thursday to assault gain that would spare him on Feb. 15. She did not com- upcoming draft, Browns linebacker charges stemming from an jail time if he participates ment as the two walked into Quentin Groves made a small sign of incident with his then-girl- in anger management the courthouse. the cross. friend in an Atlantic City counseling. The couple married a day A prayer that he's coming? A plea that casino elevator. His lawyer "He's ashamed of his after Rice was indicted. he stays away? said Rice is "ashamed" and conduct and he's sorry If convicted, Rice could Groves' intentions with his gesture "sorry" about his conduct for .what he did," attorney face three to five years in weren't clear. but would not specify ex- Michael Diamondstein prison. Like just about everything around actly what Rice did. told. reporters outside the The former Rutgers star Johnny Football, there's no definite After the five-minute courthouse. walked to the courthouse answer.
court hearing, Rice applied "There was a disagree- holding hands with Palm- The most polarizing player to enter for New Jersey's pretrial in- ment between him and er. He said he is a "happy the NFL in a while, Manziel is being tervention program, which his wife," Diamondstein father and a happy hus- closely linked to the Browns, who own allows for charges to be said. "He made a mistake. band." When asked by the No. 4 overall pick in next week's THEASSOCIATED PRESS FILE dismissed against first-time He loves Janay and wants reporters what he hoped draft and have been seeking a fran- Texas A&M,quarterback Johnny Manziel (2) offenders who participate to move forward. This would happen, Rice re- chise quarterback for more than a warms up before thd start of the Chick-filin the program and meet was a momentary lapse of sponded, "For you all to decade. A Bowl against Duke in Atlanta on Dec. 31, certain conditions. The reason." have a blessed day." Cleveland's inability to land a QB ei- 2013.
ther in the draft or via free agency or
blind luck may be the single biggest has been projected as being picked anyreason the Browns have only made the where from the top 5 to the bottom of Baltimore playoffs once since 1999 and seem to the first round.
Ravens player change coaches every year. "If Johnny Manziel came through, if Ray Rice There are those who believe Manziel he beats out the other quarterbacks that
holds hands can save the Browns. Others feel the are here, it's all good," Browns Pro Bowl
with his Texas A&M quarterback's dazzling skills cornerback Joe Haden said. "I like Johnwife, Janay - and size - won't translate to the pro ny Manziel. I like him a whole lot."
Palmer,as game. Haden's not alone. Sports-radio talk they arrive He's dynamic. shows here are crammed with callers at Atlantic He's too small. screaming for the Browns to choose
County He's a game-changer. Manziel, one of several QBs in this Criminal He's self-absorbed. . year's class expected to go in the early
Courthouse He's a hard worker. rounds.
in Mays He's a head case. Cleveland hasn't used a pick higher
Landing, N.J., He's charismatic. than No. 22 on a quarterback since on Thursday. Everyone has an opinion on Manziel, taking Tim Couch first overall 15 years THEASSOCIATEDPRESS the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner who ago.

Browns' Bryant back after scare t

The Associated Press Bryant's comeback from destroy a small area of bad land with a fast heart rate a major health scare con- heart tissue. The 6-foot-6, and lightheadedness, was BEREA, Ohio - Des- tinued Wednesday when 310-pounder had at least advised to undergo the mond Bryant knew he the Browns' defensive two episodes last season ablation. had to make some major lineman practiced for the when his heart raced out "I felt like after I expechanges to his lifestyle. Re- first time since having a of control, including once rienced what I did on the ally, he had no choice or procedure in December to during an Oct. 3 game field that it was finally ithere could be devastating fix an irregular heartbeat against Buffalo. time to do something to consequences. - a condition he has had Bryant was hospitalized fix that," Bryant said. "So "A heart surgery will for years - that led to him overnight, and the 29- while it was a trying time, I ' make you kind of realize having his first season with year-old had a recurrence was also excited to get this 7 you need to -start doing Cleveland cut short. two months. later follow- procedure done and put things right, especially diet On Dec. 6, Bryant under- ing a home loss to Jack- this behind me. Since then, THE ASSOCIATEDPRESS FILE wise," Bryant said. "I've went a cardiac ablation, an sonville. It was then that I've been training and feel- Minnesota Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder (left) runs really cleaned things up a operation that involves a Bryant, who was forced to ing real well. fromm Cleveland Browns defensive end Desmond Bryant during little bit. So far, so good." catheter being inserted to leave a 2012 game for Oak- "I'm back. I'm healthy." the game in Minneapolis on Sept. 22,2013.

NFL Briefs

Falcons GM Dimitroff tests trade market before draft

FLOWERY BRANCH, far as adding one of the , Reese said Thursday that among Painter, last year's Ga. - Falcons general most explosive players in Manning's left ankle sur- draft pick Ryan Nassib, manager Thomas Dimni- this league and what he - gery will keep him "out of and Josh Freeman, signed troff has been testing the can do for us. Julio was , spring ball." in April as a free agent. market for a possible NFL fantastic." "We will not rush him Nassib did not throw a draft-day trade and said Dimitroff sounded ready back," Reese said. "We pass in his rookie season Wednesday he won't be for a similar deal. want him for the summer after the Giants selected reluctant to make a deal. "What we've learned - that's most important him in the fourth round. Dimitroff's record sup- about reaching on a player to us." "We'll take a real good ports his claim. Atlanta or going after a player Reese also expects Man- look at him," Reese said. has made at least one - excuse me, let's put it ning to bounce back from "He didn't have the chance trade in each of Dimitroff's that way - is what we a poor season in which to play. He'll get a lot of six drafts. know about this organiza- he led the NFL with 27 work this spring." "We don't sit on our tion," he said. "... We're interceptions. Reese was far less steadhands," he said. aggressive with what we "Eli is a sniart guy. I think .fast on third-year running The Falcons have 10 think can truly help our he's driven to prove last back David Wilson, who picks, including the No. 6 organization rise to the year was just an odd year ' comes off neck surgery. overall selection, in next upper levels in this league, for him," Reese added. The Giants signed free week's draft. and we'll continue to be Manning's primary agent Rashad Jennings Dimitroff said he has very aggressive with what backup last year, Curtis away from Oakland, and been gauging the trade we deem are very helpful Painter, recently under- the veteran, entering his market to clear the path individuals." ' went arthroscopic surgery sixth NFL season, could be for more detailed discus- There have been reports on his right knee and is the starter. sions during the draft. that Atlanta might try to out for about a month. "David Wilson is really "I've talked to many acquire Houston's No. 1 THEASSOCIATEDPRESS FILE He could be back for the kind of a bonus for us if we teams about many things overall pick to draft South New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning speaks to the media team's minicamp in June. can get him back," Reese and obviously trade situa- Carolina defensive end with a walking boot on his left foot in East Rutherford, N.J., on Reese expects heavy said. "He's on schedule to tions come up," Dimitroff Jadeveon Clowney. Dec. 30, 2013. competition for the be back." said. "... I think the biggest Dimitroff wouldn't avoid apprehension, and lion reasons to lie." backup quarterback job From wire reports, thing is getting an idea say if he has talked with Means was convicted of Assistant District Atwhat compensation would Houston. an escape charge, torney Christopher Stone be if in fact something Prosecutors argued that called the case "a simple should ever come to frui- Adams was stabbed dur- credibility determination during the draft." 3 no0t guilty in stabbing ing an attempted carjack- tion." He said all that had Dimitroff moved up of Steelers lineman ing in June, but defense at- changed in Adams' story - . eight spots to select cor- PITTSBURGH A jury torneys said a fight began, were specific details ini- 'a nerback Desmond Trufant PITTSBURGHa-Ajury fter Adams knocked food tially left out in the afterat No. 22 last year. His found three men not out of Paranay's hands. math of the stabbing, and most famous deal came guiltyWednesday in con- Adams, a 6-foot-7, 325- that Adams was forthright in 2011, when he sent five nection with the stabbing pound offensive lineman, in his testimony and gave picks to Cleveland so he and attempted carjacking was hospitalized for four "calm, perfectly respon- ,
could select receiver Julio of Pittsburgh Steelers line- days, sive answers." -; Jones with the sixth overall man Mike Adams last year. Paranay's attorney, "If you believe Mike pick. Some critics said Dquay Means, 26, and ' Randall McKinney, said Adams, then you must ' Dimitroff gave too much JerrellWhitlock, 27, were Adams was "obliterated convict all three men," he for one player - even charged with attempted drunk, aggressive and out said. though Jones made the homicide. They were also of control." Means' lawyer, 2012 Pro Bowl before suf- charged with aggravated Fred Rabner, said Adams' fering a broken foot last assault, conspiracy and account of events changed Eli Manning to miss season. attempted robbery, as was three times, spring activities Dimitroff said he stands Michael Paranay, 26. "It is perfectly appro- EAST RUTHERFORD,
ntro stand The Allegheny County priate to consider Mike EAST RUTHERFORD BEN SAUNDERs, D.M.D. by jury found the trio not N.J. - Eli Manning will I would never question jury found the trio not Adams would lie," Rabner miss all of the NewYork PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY what we did in '11," he guiltysaid, saying the player was onalo.h said. "I'm completely at counts. Whitlock was already on thin ice with Giants' spring activities. 4711 Highway 90 East * Marianna, FL ease with what we did as convicted of fleeing to the team. "He had a mil- General manager Jerry (Between Burger King & Big Lots) 526-SPIT

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