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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title: Sunday Floridan
Portion of title: Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 2012
Publication Date: 05/29/2012
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates: 30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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BY LAUREN DELGADO
ldelgado@jcfloridan.com'

FCAT scores for Florida third, ninth
and 10th graders in the reading and'
math tests were released this week.'
These tests have-been revised and
the scoring systems toughened by
the State Board of Education be-
tween last year and this year. State


educators had predicted the scores
'would fall compared to last year af-
ter these changes were made.
For third-graders, the reading FCAT
determines whether they move on
to the fourth grade. Scoring a "3" on
the test is considered proficient. Stu-
dents who score a "1" are in danger
of being held back unless the pass
remediation courses.


About 60 percent of Jackson Coun-
ty third graders scored a "3" or higher
on the current reading test. About 14
percent scored a "1." In 2011, 77 per-
cent of Jackson County third-graders
scored a "3" or higher on the reading
test. About 12 percent of Jackson
County third graders scored a "1" on

See SCORES, Page 7A


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HONORING VETERANS



Jackson County observes Memorial Day
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New monument names to be revealed


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com

During an 8 a.m. Memo-
rial Day service tomorrow
on the lawn of the Jackson
County Courthouse, two
new names will be un-
veiled on the monument
there which honors local
members of the military
who died in service to their
country.
Daquane Demetrius Riv-
ers was killed in Afghani-
stan this year at the age of
21 in a non-combat inci-
dent. A promising young
soldier, Rivers was, a team
leader and had been deco-
rated at least three times
since he joined the Amy
in 2009. Known as an up-
beat, positive individual
with a bright future, Riv-
ers was mourned by young
and old throughout the
community.
The other new name on
the monument belongs to
a Jackson County native
who died in Vietnam. Be-
cause he was inducted into
the military in Fort Pierce,
Glouster Rhynes was not
initially known to Dil-
lon Kilpatrick, the Korean
War veteran who. oversees
the monument and was
instrumental in having it
erected. He said he only
learned of Rhynes when
a fellow veteran spoke of
him in conversation at a
Memorial Day service last
year.
Kilpatrick's subsequent


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Jason Edenfield with Comerford Vault and Memorial spells
out the names of the two newest men to be added to the
Veteran's Memorial at the Jackson County Courthouse. Once
the preparation process was completed, their names were
sandblasted into the marble monument.


research revealed that
Rhynes was killed at the
age of 21 on May 24, 1968.
He was a private first class
and had been in Vietnam
since February of that year.
He died in SouthVietnam's
Quang Tri Province.
Rhynes' local family


membersrememberhimas
a quiet, responsible young
man who cared deeply
about his grandmother,
the late Meter Long of the
Buckhorn communitynear
Greenwood. Jackson

See NAMES, Page 7A


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embers of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 12046 salute during a Memorial Day
servance at the Marianna Community Based Outpatient VA Clinic on Friday morning.


VA Clinic remembers the fallen and living


BY LAUREN DELGADO
Idelgado@jcfloridan.com


The Marianna Community Based Out-
patient Clinic started off Memorial Day
weekend on Friday ,with a ceremony
honoring service men and women who
have died in action.
The event continues to grow as more
veterans and community members are
hearing about it. Larry Roberts, the ser-
vice officer of the local Veterans of For-
eign Wars Ted Walt Post 12046, said the
group's goal is to continue attracting
more young people to the event. This
year, a group of parents and young stu-
dents from the Chipola Home Educa-
tors led those gathered in the Pledge of
Allegiance.
A flag lowering, taps, prayer and more
brought solemnity to the event and also
veterans and community members
together to remember.


For Barbara Henning, the clinic's nurse
manager, the day is one to not only re-
member those who have fallen but also
those who are still here: family of the
fallen and veterans.
"We take care of the ones that have
come back, but we also remember the
ones that have fallen," Henning said.
Debra Jones, the only female member'
of the local VFW, remembers her father,
a deceased WWII veteran. Jones herself
served in Afghanistan and Kuwait, and
said. she's thankful of the freedoms we
have in the U.S. The sacrifices of service
men and women can't even be put into
words, she said.
"They did not die in vain," she said of
the fallen. "I hope their family members
recognize that."
Albert J. Lane, a local VFW mem-
ber, recalled his first experience with

See CLINIC, Page 7A


SNEADS HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION


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LEFT: Hats streak into the air as the Sneads High School Class of,2012 makes its graduation official Friday night. The class had two
salutatorians: Trent McDaniel and Meghan Myhill. The class valedictorian was Ashley Carr. RIGHT: Friends Rebecca Aaron and Joseph
Mantecon enter Citizen's Stadium together as the SHS Class of 2012 prepared to graduate.


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GETTING IT RIGHT
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TODAY
n North Bay Clan, Lower Muscogee Creek Indian
Pow Wow -'9 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 25-27 at 1560
Lonnie Road, just off Highway 77 between Chipley
and Wausau. There will -.e ,drunrringr darc rirg,
crafts, food, fry bread, demonstrators :.4 1i..te
American crafts and donation tickets for an HDTV.
Admission and parking are free. Primitive camping
available.
D Memorial Day Celebration Greenwood
Baptist Church, 4156'Bryan St. in Greenwood,
celebrates Memorial 13y with a flj. ceremro iat
noon then a free fish fry, all following9:30 a.m.
Sunday school and 10:45 a.m. morning worship.
Call 594-3883.
Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
(in one-story building behind 4351 W, Lafayette St.).
Attendance limited to persons With a desire to stop
drinking.

MONDAY, MAY 28
Memorial Day Ceremony -8 a.m. on the north
lawn :.i the .1 : ;:.,:.n County Courthouse in down-
town Marianna. Disabled American Veterans, Buf-
falo Soldiers, Sneads American Legion, Marianna
VFW and more will participate. Guest speaker: 1st
Lt. Bobby Davis, Commander, 144th Transportation
Company, Army National Guard. Public encouraged
to attend.
a Orientation -10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the
Marianna Goodwill'Career Training Center, 4742
Highway 90 in Marianna. Register for free job place-
ment and computer training; learn about'services.
Call 526-0139.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8
to 9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.

TUESDAY, MAY 29
Marianna City Farmers' Market Open at 7
a.m. in I[.1ljI:on '.treit Park.
) Early Learning Coalition of NW Fla. Program
Committee Meeting 9:30 a.m. at the Coali-
tion Regional Office One, 4636 Highway 90 East in
Marianna. Call 866-269-3022.
Jackson County Adult Education School
Advisory Council Meeting 11 a.m at The Oaks
Restaurant, 4727 Highway 90 in Marianna .
) Sewing Circle -1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call
482-5028. *
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8'
to 9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.'

WEDNESDAY, MAY 30
n Jackson County Habitat for Humaniity


Warehouse hours: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
n Jackson County Tourist Development Council
Special Meeting -10 a.m. at The Russ House,
4318 Lafayette St. in Marianna, to discuss the
proposal from the Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce for the TDC to.consider purchasing the
Russ House. Call 482-8060.
, Job Club 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Mari-
anna Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 Highway
90 in Marianna. Learn job seeking/retention skills.
Call 526-0139. .
n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon
to 1 p.m. in the.AAroom of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Baccalaureate Service 6:30 p.m. in the Mari-
anna High School Auditorium, honoring the MHS
Class of 2012.

THURSDAY, MAY 31
Marianna City Farmers' Market Open at 7
a.m. in Madison Street Park.
) Hope School Graduation -10 a.m. in the Hope
School Cafeteria, 2031 Hope School Drive, Mari-
anna. Call 482-9616.
n Orientation 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Mari-
anna Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 Highway
90 in Marianna. Register for free job placement
and computer training; learn about services. Call
526-0139.
n Free Workshop: Resume 3 to 4 p.m. at the
One-Stop Center, 4636 US 90 East, Suite E, Mari-
anna. Call 718-0326.
) Free Yoga Class 5:30 p.m. at Chipola Fitness
Center, 4230 Lafayette St. in Marianna. Mat provid-
ed. Part of the Jackson County Health Department's
"Closing the Gap" program. Call 482-6221.
Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8
to 9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale-
donia St., Marianna, in the AA room..Attendance
limited to persons with a desireto stop drinking.

'FRIDAY, JUNE 1
Jackson County Chamber of Commerce First
Friday Breakfast-- 7 to 8:45 a.m. in the Jackson
Hospital Cafeteria, Marianna. Guest speaker: Gen-
eral Surgeon Stacy Harbin, M.D., F.A.C.S., Chipola
Surgical & Medical Specialties, Marianna. Call,
482-8060.
D International Chat'n' Sip 8:30 to 10 a.m. at
the Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St.
in Marianna. Learning Center staff and their inter- .
national English learners invite the public for the
exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed
environment. No charge. Call 482-9124.
R Ribbon Cutting 9 a.m. inside the front
entrance of Jackson Hospital in Marianna. Jackson
County Chamber of Commerce will conduct a rib-
bon-cutting ceremony for the grand reveal of the


hospital's renovation/expansion project. Hospital
tours available 9.to 11:30 a.m., every 30 minutes.
Call 482-8060.
4th annual Chamber Ambassadors Golf
Tournament 1p.m. at Indian.Springs Golf
Course in Marianna. Registration/lunch is at noon.
Four-man scramble.Entry fee: $655 ,b'ever:ige icirt,
lunch). A benefit for the Russ House Foundation.
Call 482-8060 or 557-0180.
n Celebrate Recovery -7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
.Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult,
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856 or 573-1131.
A Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8
to 9 pm. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

SATURDAY, JUNE 2
) Marianna City Farmers' Market Open at 7
a.mm in Madison Street Park.
S10th annual Chipola Dulcimer Association
June Jam 9 a.m: at New Salem Baptist Church,
3478 Kynesville Road (Highway 276) in Marianna.
Everyone is welcome, whether you play an acoustic
instrument or just want to listen. Bring food to ,
share at the potluck. Donations accepted for facility
costs. Call 482-3819.
D Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30
to 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Method-
ist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Finer Womanhood Blue Revue 7 p.m. at the
Jackson County Agricultural Conference Center,
2741 Pennsylvania Ave. in Marianna. Hosted by Zeta
Phi-Beta. Sorority Inc., Mu Omicron Zeta Chapter.
Admission: $5 (free for children,12 and younger).

SUNDAY, JUNE 3
) Monthly Breakfast -"7 a.m. in the New Easter
Missionary Baptist'Church Fellowship Hall, Hope
Avenue,'Graceville. The New Easter Breakfast Club
welcomes guest speaker Sherry A. Brown, CFC,
Jackson County Tax Collector. Public welcome.
n Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
(in one-story.building behind 4351W. Lafayette St.).
Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.

MONDAY, JUNE4
) Orientation 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the
Marianna Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742
Highr3.'j 90 in Marianna. Register for free job place-
ment and computer training; learn about services.
Call 526-0139.
n Jackson County AARP Board Meeting 1:30
p.m. in the Jacksonr County Public Library on Green
Street in Marianna.


The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.


lice Roundup


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the following
incidents for May 24, the latest
available report: One suspicious
vehicle, one escort, one physi-
cal disturbance, one verbal
disturbance,
28 traffic stops, -
three trespass "- -
complaints, -
one obscene/ : CRIME
threatening
phone call,
three animal complaints, one
fraud complaint, one report of
shoplifting, three public service


calls, one open door or window
discovered and five reports of
possible counterfeit money.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office and county fire/rescue
reported the following incidents
Sfor May 24, the latest available
report. (Some of these calls
may be related to after-hours
calls taken on behalf of Gracev-
ille and Cottondale police
departments): One accident,
one abandoned vehicle, two


reckless drivers, two suspicious
vehicles, two suspicious inci-
dents, one suspicious person,
one highway obstruction,
two reports of mental illness,
two structure burglaries, one
vehicle burglary, two physical
disturbances, one verbal distur-
bance, six fire calls, 17 medi-
cal calls, three burglar alarms,
three fire alarms, seven traffic
stops, one larceny complaint,
one civil dispute, one trespass
complaint, one juvenile com-
plaint, one fight in progress,
one sex offense, one fraud, two
assists of motorists or pedes-


trians, two assists of other agen-
cies, five public service calls,
one transport and four threat/
harassment complaints.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
No one was booked into the
jail during the latest available
reporting period.

JAIL POPULATION: 234

To report a crime,call CrimeStoppers
at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
agency. To report a wildlife violation, call
1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


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Greg and Tammy Morris of
Kynesville and Alton and
Trina Johnson- of Milton are
happy to announce the
marriage of their daughter,
Miss Heather Morris to Mr.
Rick Pilcher, son of Ricky and
Carolyn Pilcher of Grand
Ridge.
The bride-elect's maternal
grandparents are Tina and
Fred Jetton of Carrabelle and
her paternal grandparents are
Faye and Buford Morris of
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Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Smith
and Mr. Ronald Tanner of Ma-
rianna, are happy to announce
the engagement and forthcom-
ing marriage of their daughter
Ashley Victoria Tanner, to
William Stuart Reese, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Mitchell
and Mr. William Reese of
Kosciusko, Mississippi.
Grandparents-of the bride
to be are Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Tanner of Marianna, Ms.
Grace Thompson of Daleville,
Alabama, and Mr. and Mrs.
Emmett Thompson of Enter-
prise, Alabama.
Grandparents of the groom
elect are Mr. and Mrs. Stuart
Seagrave of Atlanta, Georgia,
and the late Mr. and Mrs. Lar-
ry Reese of Kosciusko, Missis-
sippi.
Ashley is a 2006 graduate
of Marianna High School, and
a 2011 graduate of Mississippi
State University, where she re-


Kynesville.
The groom-elect's maternal
grandparents are Marion Mayo
of Sneads. and Terry and
Katherine Holt of
Chattahoochee. His paternal
grandparents are Marvin and
Ethel Pilcher of Grand Ridge.
The wedding will take place
on June 9, 2012 at Bethlehem
Baptist Church in Kynesville
at 4:00 p.m. All local family
and friends are cordially
invited to attend.
.,.


ceived her Bachelor's degree
in Biological Sciences. After
college, Ashley worked with
Pinelake Church in Madison,
'Mississippi as an intern in
Children's Ministry.
Stuart is a 2006 graduate of
Kosciusko High School, and a
2011 graduate of Mississippi
State University, where he re-
ceived his Bachelor's degree in
Exercise Science. Following
college, Stuart worked at Lake
Forest Ranch in Macon, Mis-
sissippi as a ropes facilitator,
counselor, and Assistant Pro-
gram Coordinator.
A July wedding is planned
in Daleville, Alabama at. the
family farm. Following their
honeymoon, the couple will be-
gin teaching English and mis-
sion work in China. You may
learn more and follow them on
their journey through their
blog at www.teachea.weebly.
com.


Dear Dewey


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to help information flow
to and from the Jackson
County Public Libraries (JCPL) in
Marianna and Graceville. If you
have ever wanted to ask a question
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you want, what library plans might
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If you have library or information
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Dewey will respond.

Dear Dewey,
Do you have any suggestions on
how I can encourage my teenager
to read this summer? Mrs. R. in
Marianna
Dear Mrs. R.,
Ah, what a great question! Read-
ing is so important for every age
group including teens. And, what
they say is true: the more you read,
the better you read! Through read-
ing teens can become an expert on
any subject they like; live danger-
ously through others' challenges
without the risk; have a few laughs;
see the World without leaving their
room; travel through time with
historical and science fiction; use
their brains to solve a mystery;
get free advice on problems and
pressures similar to their own; find
a cause and get smart on an issue


that matters to them; or discover
new interests.
Here is a short list of ways to
encourage teens to read:
) Let teens see you reading for
pleasure. Setting an example is a
tried and true way to teach kids
values and habits.
) Let your teens choose their
books. Forbid as little as possible.
As adults, we may be tiring of books
about vampires, werewolves and
other supernatural creatures, but
to our teens these stories help build
reading skills just as the "classics"
do.
) But don't forget the classics.
Why not have your teen develop a
list of classic stories he/she would
like to read and check them off
when finished! Titles such as "Moby
Dick," "Jane Eyre" and "The Swiss
Family Robinson" are timeless.
) Show interest in what your teen
is reading. Young adult novels can
give you valuable insights into the
pressures felt by teenagers and mray
give you some neutral ground to
talk about sensitive subjects.
) Don't forget to acknowledge
the emerging adult in your teen by


suggesting some adult reading you
think they can handle.
) And, most importantly, bring
your teen to the library! Browse our
juvenile and young adult shelves.
Look for books that feature your
teen's favorite sports teams; hob-
bies or subjects. Use our catalog to
find a specific book of interest. And
don't be shy! Feel free to ask the
library staff a question like: "Do you
have any books on rock music?"

Dear Dewey,
Help! I want to keep my teen-
ager busy this summer and think
reading is important to help her
keep up on her skills. Do you have
:any suggestions for good books for
teenagers? Mr. M. in Malone
Dear Mr. M.,
Another great question! Every
month we receive approximately
15 new books selected to appeal
to teenage readers. Just this week
we also received an extra shipment
of new books from the Florida
Teens Read list. This is a list of 15
titles chosen to engage students in
grades nine through 12. This book
list reflects teen interests and ih-
cludes a variety of genres, formats,
reading levels, viewpoints and
ethnic/cultural perspectives.
We are excited to offer these new
books to teens in our community.
With these new books and our ex-
isting collection of teen books, we
are sure your teen will find plenty
of reading material!


Births


Peyton Michael Brady
was born at 8:43 a.m. on
May 18, 2012, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
He weighed 5 pounds, 9
ounces and was 19 inches
long at birth.-
His parents are Kerissa
* Stone and Michael Brady.
Grandparents are Shan-
non Chancellor of Phenix
City, Ala., Raymond
Hussey and Amy Brady
of Marianna, and Keith
Stone, also of Marianna.


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Tramauviance Ramon
Jackson Jr. was born at
3:16 p.m. on May 17, 2012,
at Jackson Hospital in
Marianna.
He weighed 7 pounds,
3 ounces and was 19V2
inches long at birth.
His parents are
Aundra'Yonna Bell and
Tramauviance Jackson.
His grandparents are
Pamela Walker of Grand
Ridge, and Regina and Ra-
mon Jackson of Marianna.


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a two-
year-old
male
poodle/
Shih Tzu
mix.


Rocky is
a male
bulldog/
retriever
mix who
is six
weeks
old.


Gracelynn Brooke Hagans
was born at 5:44 p.m. on
May 13, 2012, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
She weighed 6 pounds,
8 ounces and was 1912
inches long at birth.
Her parents are Reba
and Kevin Hagans.
Grandparents are James
and Diane Deese from
Cottondale, and Jimmy
and Annette Hagans from
Marianna.

Asa Kade Baxter was
born at 2:25 p.m. on
May 18, 2012, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
He weighed 5 pounds,
15 ounces and was 19/2
inches long at birth.
His parents are Kelly and
Drew Baxter.
Grandparents are Ray-
mond and Marie Baxter
of Malone, and Max and

Tennessee Sioux Cade
was born at 10:10 p.m. on
May 15, 2012, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
She weighed 7 pounds, 1
ounce and was 20 inches
S long.
Her parents are Michael
and Misty Cade.
Grandparents are Elma
Elizabeth Grice of Marian-
na, and Glenda and Robert


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Those interested in adopting any of these animals
from Partners for Pets are invited to visit 4011 Mainte-
nance Drive in Marianna. The shelter's hours are Mon-
days through Fridays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Saturdays,
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The shelter can be reached by calling
482-4570, or by mail at 4415C Constitution Lane, No.
184, Marianna, FL 32448. Or, visit the shelter's website
at www.partnersforpets.petfinder.com.


Glenda Retherford of
C6ttondale.


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A positive personality can lead to a positive, youthful life


W en we look at the
present and future
of our lives, and put,
things in the proper perspec-
tive for the long run, a lot of bad
decisions and mistakes can
possibly be avoided.
God knows the future, but the
best most of us can do is pre-
pare ourselves in the best way
for what will come as we move
forward in life.
Some of the biggest sur-
prises that life has to offer come
because many of us base the
future only on what's going on
in the present.
Isn't the present all we have to
observe? Actually it's not.
When we look at the patterns
of history that have continu-
ously repeated themselves, we
should learn how to prepare


ourselves for the length of our
lives. We must understand the

S of twists, turns
S and unpredict-
able changes.
Looking at the
past can often
prepare us for
Thomas some of the trou-
Vincent 'blesome events
MtrpP y that can occur in
our lives.
One of the most crucial things
that we should do in life is to do
our best to surround ourselves
with positive people.'
In life, we can always find'
people to look up to for one rea-
son or another, especially when
we're young. Some of the most
handsome, well-built guys, and
the prettiest cheerleaders from


high school may not be able to
keep those attributes for more
than a few years of life, depend-
ing on an individual's eating
habits, exercise regiment or
simply his or her desire to stay
youthful and healthy.
I guess that's why so many
class reunions are full of.sur-
prises. It's interesting how an
outstanding athlete and the
class nerd can appear to switch
places ten years after high
school. It happens quite often.
In my experiences, some of
the people and friends I've
known over the years that have
,maintained their good looks are
those who had great person-
alities then and still have them
now, and always seemed to have
a reason to smile, whether we
liked it or not.


As an athlete in my high
school, we tried to stay away
from people who smiled too
much, too often so we could
maintain our macho image.
As you get older, and as life
moves on, you learn how uplift-
ing a smile and pleasant attitude
can be. It's a good thing to learn
as early in life as possible how
important a quality, positive life
can be during the length of a .
lifetime.
When those great-looking
bodies, good looks and athletic
abilities start eroding, a pleas-
ant, positive personality can
help you maintain your youth-
fulness, no matter what your
age might be.
Who wants to be around a
gossiping, grumpy, complain-
ing individual who displays


the wear and tear of his or her
unpleasant life on their coun-
tenance? Not me. Life is tough
enough without being around
negative folks.
There's no doubt about it:
sooner or later our bodies will
show the wear and tear that
age will bring. But the way each
of us decides to live our lives
can affect our appearance and
attitude in a big way. Our looks
might change, but the character,
demeanor and attitude we have
will remain in-tact throughout
our lives.
Now I understand how some
of the most fun-filled, cheerful,
pleasant and uplifting people
I know have definitely main-
tained their good looks, through
my eyes, no matter what their
age.


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speaker at Monday's AARP luncheon and meeting, gathers for
a photo with chapter Treasurer Billie Rogers (left) and Ernie
McNeill, chapter vice president. AARP Chapter 3486 meets on
the third Monday of the month, in the First Methodist Church
Youth Center in Marianna. Membership is $5 per year with a
national membership. Visitors are always welcome.


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Kimbrough piece added to Mich. aerospace art exhibit


Special to the Floridan

LocalartistMicheleTabor
Kimbrough of Marianna, a
member of the American
Society of Aviation Artists,
has been honored with the
acceptance
of her work
in the ASAA
2012 Inter-
national
Aerospace
Art Exhibi-
Kimbrough tion at the
Air Zoo avia-
tion museum, Kalamazoo,'
Mich. The display opens
June 3 and runs through
Sept. 8.
Kimbrough was one of
34 artists from around the
world whose work was se-
lected. Her work, "Black-
hawk Rotor Check in Hon-
duras," depicts CW4 James
G. Hayward, U.S. Army,


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are acknowledged leaders
in the field for the purpose
of recognizing and pro-
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art as a fine art form. Artist
members are selected by a
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artists, collectors and
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Florida Voices



States Do Not Call


list will remove some


but not all calls

In the month since Florida's Do Not Call list sign up
became free, more than 80,760 new subscribers
enrolled more than 186,000 new phone numbers.
Are you on the list yet?
A new state law, passed in the 2012 Legislature,
removed the $10 registration and $5 annual renewal
fees and now funds the cost of the program through
fines levied against solicitors. So if you are tired of
callers to your home or cell phones wanting to help you
reduce your mortgage, get rid of household pests, take
you on a too-good-to-be-true-cruise for just a small
processing free, and on and on, joining Florida's Do Not
Call list is the thing to do.
A total of more than 257,000 numbers registered
by 141,000 subscribers will be on the list as of July 1,
according to the registry.
Florida's Do Not Call list comes with heavy fines for
violators and the state's Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services said unsolicited calls from
telemarketers topped their list of consumer complaints
last year nearly 20,000 in all. Penalties of as much
as $16,000 per verified complaint can be levied for
violations.
But, a few words of advice and caution are in order.
First, a word of caution: Not all telemarketing calls will
stop because the list protection only affects businesses
who are calling cold. Those businesses with which
you have a current or prior relationship are exempt
from this law. Other exempt categories are: newspaper
publishers or their agents, charities, political
organizations seeking donations, research or survey
companies seeking an opinion, calls from a real estate
agent in response to a yard sign or other advertisement,
calls regarding an existing debt or contract including
efforts to locate a debtor or collect on a debt.
Now, the advice: When you get an unsolicited
business call, you can file a complaint with the state
but you have to endure the message long enough to
get information so the complaint can be tracked. So,
have a pen and paper handy because you will need
to secure as much of the following before you hang
up: the product or service being offered, the name of
the business or the solicitor, their phone number and
address, and if possible the name of the person who is
making the pitch. Good luck with that.
Sterling Ivey, Agricultural Commissioner Adam
Putnam's communications director, said, "I know it
seems like a tall order, but as much information as
possible helps us track the call to a specific business. We
can process complaints with less information, but the
more detail our investigators have, the quicker we can
levy fines or bring other action against the business."
Still, if there's a portion of this law that should be
improved, it is this. Take as much as possible of that
burden off the consumer.
So, if telemarketers have finally gottenfto you, then
now is the time to sign up via the Internet at www.fldnc.
com or by calling 1-800-HELP FLA (1-800-435-7352),
prompt 4. The registration is good for five years.
If you sign up now, the state says you will be on the
next quarter's Do Not Call list starting July 1.

More information
The National Do Not Call Registry www.donotcall.
gov allows you to register your residential and
cell phones for free, too. This list does not expire like
the Florida list does. And it gives you a choice as to
whether you want to receive telemarketing calls at
home. According to the National Do Not Call registry,
most telemarketers should not be calling your number
once it has been on the list for 31 days. If they do, a
complaint may be filed at www.donotcall.gov.
This editorial was published in the St. Augustine Record on Friday, May 25.



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Marianna FL, 32447 or faxing to 850-482-4478 or send
e-mail to editoral@ccfloridan com. The Floridan reserves
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Letters to the Editor



Keeping an eye on certain bills


I write to share my citizen per-
spective on certain Amendments
to the National Defense Authoriza-
tion Act for FY2012. I saw Cloture
has been invoked on NDAA and
therefore I directly urge your vote
on the following Senate Amend-
ments in the best interest of those
who serve or have served in the
U.S. Armed Forces, their families,
and survivors:
Support adoption:
) Senator Bill Nelson (FL) SA1209
which will eliminate "The Widow's
Tax" by repealing reductions of
military survivor annuities by
receipt ofVA entitlement to
Dependency Indemnification
Compensation (DIC).
) Senator Mark Pryor SA1152
which will recognize the service
of certain persons in the Reserve
Components of the Armed Forces
by honoring them with the status
ofVeteran under the law.
) Senator Bill Nelson (FL) SA1255
which will require epidemiologi-
cal study on the health of military
personnel exposed to burn pit
emissions at Joint Base Balad.
) Senator Carl Levin (MI)
proposed Senate Amendment
to establish an early retirement
program to facilitate anticipated
military force reductions.
Oppose adoption:
) Senator John McCain (AZ)
SA1230 to modify the annual ad-
justment fees for TRICARE PRIME
Beneficiaries. Change in the
indexing for military health care
fees may become cost exorbitant
dramatically increasing the fees for
military families. I expect you to
honor the nation's commitment to
military members and their fami-
lies whose honorable service and
commitment have already paid for
the premium cost of their health
care through decades of service
and great sacrifice.
Let's resolve these matters in
favor of our military personnel and
their families who have carried the
burden of the War on Terror over
the past decade. Budget reduc-
tions are necessary but should
not be implemented on the backs
of America's All Volunteer Force.
Nor should this Congress require
our military personnel to pay
exorbitant fees for their health
care. There is significant waste in
Government spending, Acquisition
Programs that can be eliminated,
reduced or delayed and those
'subtle questionable programs that
warrant greater scrutiny before
expending fiscal resources. Let
us work together as Senators and
Constituents to support the All
Volunteer Force and their families.
The nation can ill afford a person-
nel issue such as health care that
may well jeopardize the readiness
and continuation of the AVE
I join the Non Commissioned
Officers Association (NCOA) as a
proud American and as your


constituent to request your leader-
ship and advocacy on these mat-
ters. I'll be following your votes on
the NDAA!
ROBERT DIFILIPPO
Panama City


In defense of Murdock
This letter is in response to John
Grainger concerning Mary Carol
Murdock's run for Jackson County
Tax Collector.
Mr. Grainger, Jesus is real and
living and made a promise to all
believers that he would send to
them a counselor, one that the
world would not see or know. He
promised a spirit of truth to lead
and guide believers down the path
he has laid'out fqr their lives. The
Bible states in Jeremiah 29:11, "For
I know the plans I have for you,
declares the Lord, plans to prosper
you and not to harm you, plans to
give you hope and a future."
You are right that Mary Carol
Murdock has stated that she
believes the Lord has compelled
her to run for this office now. And,
like you, it gives me insight into her
state of mind also.
It tells me that she is willing to
put everything on the line to follow
God's will for her life, even when
there are people, like you,;who will
criticize and condemn and ques-
tion her motives. Yes, Mr. Grainger,
there are times when the results do
not come out like we would expect,
like in the case for Bachman, Perry,
Santorum, etc., but as believers we
are made all'the stronger and wiser
for having put our trust and faith
in God's plan without knowing the
result.
In those cases and,many more,
the end does justify the means.
You stated that "we don't have to
wear our religion on our sleeve,"
but I say this: I have never seen
anything wrapped around Mary
Carol Murdock's sleeve, but I have
seen her give to the needy in our
community. I have seen her lend a
helping hand, give encouragement
to the downtrodden, wear a smile
and offer kind words to everyone
in her path. I have seen her stay
loyal and faithful to her husband
and family, teach young children
with a loving attitude of praise and
encouragement.
I have seen her go out of her
way to help a friend in need. I
have seen her stay faithful to her
employer for 34 years. Nope, noth-
ing on her sleeve, but a lot of good,
moral, character flowing from her
heart. She is certainly worthy of
our trust in the office of Jackson
County Tax Collector.
And finally, Mr. Grainger, since
you so proudly gave a quote by
Friedrich Nietzsche, I thought I
would, too. Jyst to give the reader
a glimpse of who he is, his most
famous quote is "God is dead."


But the Bible says in Psalms 14:1,
"The fool says in his heart, there is
no god, they are corrupt and their
deeds are evil..." Mr. Grainger, he
isn't dead. He is very much alive
and living in all who believe. He
loves you and sent his Son, Jesus,
for you to have salvation, too, if
you will believe.
KIM FLOYD
Malone

Why more taxes?
I am writing in regards to the
recent utility rate increases imple-
mented by the Town of Sneads.
Over the past six months, the
Town Council has voted to and
passed increases in water, sewer,
animal control/sanitation and sol-
id waste garbage6 collection). Every
item on our bill has gone up except
the fire tax. All of these increases in
just a six-month period.
I guess all of these increases were
still not enough because at the
May Town Council meeting there
was discussion of even further tax
increases including the communi-
cation services tax (a tax on your
phone and cable bill) and even an
additional city sales tax. The taxes
we are already paying on our elec-
tric bill (franchise fee and city tax)
were also mentioned.
While I understand some of the
recent rate increases were nec-
essary, such as the solid waste
increase to replace the trash truck
that was totaled in an accident,
I feel the other increases should
have been phased in over time.
Times are tough for everyone and
these increases are very difficult for
many to afford.
I am totally opposed to increases
in any other taxes that we are now
paying. I have thoroughly reviewed
a copy of the current budget and
see absolutely no need for any
additional "revenue" for the town.
While some city departments are
over budget, the General Fund
which funds those departments
is currently under budget. If the
council insists on trying to raise
any other taxes at this time I would
respectfully ask them to explain
to the residents why they feel they
need the additional money.
The council (town) can and
should work within their budget.
There are two ways to balance the
budget. You increase revenue or
you cut expenses.
In summary, I would ask the
council to make the tough deci-
sions and make the budget work
with the monies you already have.
And to the town residents, I would
ask that if you agree with me and
feel that you are already pay-
ing enough then please let your
thoughts be known to those who
you elected to represent you and
your interests.

GREG LEWIS
Sneads


Contact representatives

Florida Legislature


Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 7
Marti.Coley@myfloridahouse.gov
Building A, Room 186 Chipola
College
3094 Indian Circle
Marianna, FL 32446-1701


Rep. Brad Drake, R-District 5
Brad.Drake@myfloridahouse.gov
NWFL State-Chautauqua Campus
#205
908 U.S. Highway 90 West
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433-1436


Sen. Bill Montford. D-District 6
208 Senate Office Building
404 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1100
montford.bill.web@ flsenate.gov


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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com


Obituaries


Lanier-Andler
Funeral Home
8260 Hwy 90 E
Sneads, Florida
850-593-9900

Rebecca
Coulliette

Mrs. Rebecca Coulliette,
72, of Sneads went to meet
her Lord and Savior Friday;
May 25, 2012. She was a
lifelong resident of Jackson
County and was born on
June 2, 1939, to J. W. and
Andel McDaniel. She was
married to the late James
Coulliette for 49 years. Re-
becca was a member of the
Sneads First Freewill Bap-
tist Church and loved her
family and all her grand-
children:
Her past times included
fishing and spending time
with Jimmy and Linda
Folsom and drinking coffee
on Monday with her lov-
ing brother Otis McDaniel.
Rebecca was preceded
in death 'by husband,
James Coulliette, her
brother Sam McDaniel and
her granddaughter Kim-
berly Clark.
She is survived by one
son, John Allen Coulliette
and wife Linda of Sneads;
one daughter, Tonya
Hewett and husband Rod-
ney of Sneads; a brother,
Otis McDaniel and wife
Shirley of Sneads; an Aunt,
Johnnie Neel of Grand
Ridge; also four grandchil-
dren, Dustin Hewett, Sierra
Hewett, David Barrett all of
Sneads and. Kevin .Barrett
of Tallahassee; five great -
grandchildren, Heather,
Cassie, Amber, Mary Eliza-
beth and Phobee.
Visitation with the family
will take place Sunday,
May 27, 2012, at Lanier-
Andler Funeral Home in
Sneads from 3:00 till 5:00
PM CDT. Funeral Services
will be held Monday, May
28, 2012, 11:00 AM CDT, al-
so at Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home in Sneads with the
Rev.'s James Bradley and
John Jackson officiating.
Committal and Interment
will follow at Dykes Ceme-
tery, Jackson County, Flori-
da.
Lanier-Aridler Funeral
Home in Sneads, Florida is
in charge of arrangements,
PH 850-593-9900.
James & Lipford
Funeral Home
5390 Cotton St.
Graceville, Florida 32440
850 263-3238

Hollie Fowler

Hollie Fowler, 80, of
Graceville passed away
Thursday, May 24, 2012 at
his residence following an
extended illness.
Mr. Hollie was born in
Graceville on November
21, 1931 to the late Harvey
and Zula Sloan Fowler. He
retired from Sunland
Training Center and he was
a member of the Graceville
First Assembly of God
Church.
Preceded in death by two
infant daughters, one son
Steven, grandson Rob,
brother Horace.
Survived by his beloved


wife of 29 years Patricia
"Pat" Fowler; three sons;
Michael Fowler, Graceville,
Tim Fowler (Kim),
Branson, MO, Jason Jones
(April), Alford; one daugh-
ter Jennifer Le, Graceville;
two brothers William Fowl-
er (Carolyn), Dothan, Ma-
jor Fowler (Deborah),
Graceville; three sisters Do-
ris Johnson, Graceville,
Margie Clark (Buddy), Ma-
rianna, Mildred Miller
(Leon), Dothan; seven
grandchildren Tina Woodly
(Keith), Dallas Sollie, Chris
Fowler,. Anabelle Jones,
Anagrace Jones, Analeise
Jones, Anna Collins; eight.
great grandchildren, a host
of nieces, nephews and
cousins.
Funeral services will be
held 11 a.m., Saturday,
May 26, 2012 at the
Graceville FirstAssembly of
God Church with the Rev.
* Jerry Moore, Randall Walk-
er and Dale Worley officiat-
ing. Burial will, follow. in
Marvin Chapel Cemetery
with James & Lipford Fu-
neral Home in Graceville
directing. Family will re-
ceive at the church on Fri-
day, 6 p.m.: to 8 p.m. Flow-
ers accepted or those wish-
ing may make memorials
to Covenant Hospice 4215
Kelson Avenue, Suite E Ma-
rianna, FL 32446.
James & Lipford
Funeral Home
5390 Cotton St.
Graceville, PL 32440
850 263-3238
jamesandlipfordq ahoo.com

Zachery
Shawn
Henderson

SZachery Shawn Hender-
son, 29, of Slocomb passed
away Thursday, May 24,
2012 at his residence fol-
lowing a sudden illness.
Funeral services will be
held 11 a.m., Monday, May
28, 2012 at the Graceville
First Assembly of God,
Church with Rev. John
Broome officiating. Burial
will follow in Beulah.Ceme-
tery with James & Lipford
Funeral Home in Graceville
directing. Family will re-
ceive friends at the funeral
home Surday, 6 p.m. to 8
p.m.
Zachery was born in
Dothan, AL on April, 15,
1983. He was sweet, free
spirited, living life to the
fullest and will always be in
the hearts of all who knew
and loved him. Zachery
was a member of Graceville
First Assembly of God
Church.
Preceded in death by his
mother Annie Henderson,
niece Angela Renea Cato.
Survived by his father and
stepmother Jessie Ralph &
Norma Henderson, Slp-
comb, AL; two sisters Jessi-
ca Diann Sorey(Ashley),
Kimberly Broxton (Der-
rick), all of Graceville; nie-
ces and nephews Kayre
Copeland(Marquez), Isaiah
Broxton, Kanedra Cato,
Kaniyah Lawson, Isaiah
Michael Broxton, Jr.
Expressions of sympathy
can be made at
www.jamesandlipford.com


James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Fl3244
850.482.2332

Doris Ingram

Doris Ingram, 82, o
Sneads, died Thursday
May 24, 2012 at Signatur
Healthcare at The Cour
yard.
Mrs. Ingram was a for
mer member o
Chattahoochee First Bap
tist Church and currently
member. of Providenc
Baptist Church. She wa
known for her kind smil
and open home. While
able, she was a diliger
worker in her church. Mr
Ingram led W.M.U. prc
grams, taught Sunda
School and was a foundin
member of the 39'ers se
nior choir..
Mrs. Ingram volunteer
many years wit
Chattahoochee's Meals
On-Wheels program
which earned her a "Key
to the city. She volunteer
at Florida State Hospita
Auxiliary service. Doris ha
much pride in her yar
work and was well- know
for her cooking. She was a
fectionately known a
'Aunt Doc" to nieces an
nephews. The family woul
like to give a special thank
to her friends at Signarur
Healthcare at The Cour
yard for all the loving car
they gave her.
Mrs. Ingram was precec
ed in death by her parent
Rev. Monroe and Glady
Strother; her husband
Roscoe Hupp and King Ir
gram: daughter, Jani
Hupp; sister, Elaine Quir
and a brother, Bill Strothe:
She is survived by on
son, Ross Hupp add wif
June, ofPass Christian, MS
'three daughters, Rut
Moncus ard husband, Jii
of Lafayette, LA, Vita Mille
and husband, Fred of La
fayette, LA, Jpdie Tyus an
husband, Andrew, 6
Sneads; two sisters, Neld
Gray and husband, Les c
Monroe, LA; Ginger Will
and husband, Gilbert, o
Oakdale, LA; 22 grandchi
dren, 35 grea
grandchildren and si
great-great-grandchildren
Funeral services will '
Tuesday, May 29, 2012,
10 a.m. at Providence Bal
tist Church with Revs. Da
las Ellis and Willie Butle
officiating. Burial will be i
Mt. Pleasant Cemetel
with James and Sikes Fu
neral Home Maddox Chap
el directing,
The family will recent
friends Monday, May 2[
2012 from 5-7 p.m.
James and Sikes Maddo
Chapel.
The family request flow
ers be omitted. Memori
contributions may b
made to Providence Bapti
Church Building Fun
6940 Providence Churc
Road, Grand Ridge, I
32442.
Expressions of sympathy
may be made online at w
w.jamesandsikesfuneralli
mes.com


MARK SKINNER/FLOR
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an award honoring the Marianna Community Based Outpatient Clinic for its service to veter
Friday morning.


Clinic
From Page 1A
Memorial Day as an 8-
year-old Boy Scout. He and
his fellow scouts placed
flags on the graves ofWWI
soldiers. He didn't fully


understand what the day
was about, but he later
learned. Lane was a WWII
bomber pilot with the
Army Air Force 97th Bom-
bardment Group, flying 25
missions out of Italy.
Ernest McNeill, a past
post commander of the


VFW, quoted his son as
said many see Memo
Day simply as a day off
chance to barbecue.
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Scores
From Page 1A
the test.
About 56 percent of Florida third grad-
ers scored a "3" or above in the 2012
reading test. About 72 percent of Florida
third graders scored a "3" or above in
the 2011 reading test.
Scoring a "3" in the math FCAT is con-
sidered proficient, although a student's
retention isn't determined by their
math score. About 67 percent of Jack-
son County third graders scored a "3" or
above on the 2012 math FCAT. About 77
percent of Jackson County third graders
scored a "3" or.higher on the 2011 math
FCAT.
In 2012, 58 percent of Florida third
graders scored a "3" .or higher on the
math FCAT. In 2011, 72 percent of Flor-
ida third graders scored a "3" or.higher
on the math FCAT.
Reading scores for ninth and 10th
graders were. released last week. For
10th graders, passing this test is required
to graduate. Any student who doesn't
score a "3" or higher'can retake the
test.
About 52 percent of Jackson County
10th graders scored a "3" or higher on
the reading test this year, which is about
14 percent higher than last-year. About,
54 percent of Jackson County ninth
graders scored a "3" or higher on the
reading test this year, which is about 5
percent higher than last year..
About 50 percent of Florida 10th grad-
ers scored a "3" or higher on the reading
test this year, which is about 11 percent
higher than last year. About 52 percent
of Florida 9th graders scored a "3" or
higher on the reading test this year,
which is about 4 percent higher than last
year.


Names
From Page 1A.


P" County resident Harry Vann was first
cousin to Rhynes.
e "We all grew up in the same commu-
at nity and we went to the same school
ox (Union Grove)," Vann said. "He was
about four years older, but I definitely
v- remember him. We played together ev-
al ery weekend. Sandlot baseball, marbles,
be hunting squirrels and rabbits, you name
st it. He also used to come help us. on the
d, farm, with the cotton, and peanuts, and
Fh corn, livestock, whatever was going on.
"We only lived a couple of miles apart
hy in the Buckhorn community. We went
w to church together at Buckhorn Baptist
o1 Church. He always kind of looked out
after his grandmother, making sure she
had what she needed."
Vann said it means a lot to him to know
that Rhynes name is taking its rightful
place on the monument at last.
"It will mean a great deal, to go and see
his name there," Vann said. "This was
home for him, and it will be very touch-
ing for us. I think that allthe soldiers we
lost are very important, and to me Me-
morial, Day should be a year-round, ev-
S ery-day thing. To recognize and honor
our military who have paid a price for
S our future, for our freedom-that's some-
thing we should be honored to do."
For families of soldiers, whose names
have been on the monument for years,
each Memorial Day service is a bitter-
sweet ceremony.
SLarry Spivey's brother, Rex Spivey,
was killed while serving inWW II. Larry
was the baby in a family of seven chil-
dren, and never knew his older brother.
Larry was born in 1943; Rex was killed
in 1944. Larry, who served his own turn
DAN in the military during the Vietnam War,
ith 'said seeing his brother's name on the
ans monument gives him a connection to
his brother that he values.
"It just renews my feeling of what he
he gave and sacrificed," he said. "I remem-
rial ber the impact on my family. He left a.
r a young widow, and so there was grief to
go around. Losing a son in the war was
ber not something that mother could talk a
ieir lot about, but he was certainlyloved and
so remembered and the happier days of his
eeill childhood were talked about in my fam-
ily. Mother treasured all the good mem-


Third-graders
in Shares
Clark's class
at Cottondale
Elementary
School read
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FCAT Reading Scores
Percent of locaaln r h-erader: atho
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a Cottondale
a Graceville
n Jackson Alt.
Malone
a Marianna
a Sneads


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Jackson County Superintendent Lee
Miller said he wants to compare the
scores to last year's grading models to
see if there was a significant change
from that.
"It's kind of hard for me to grade them
from this year to last year with the two
grading scales," Miller said.
He's proud Jackson County students
did better than the state average.
"We have the best teachers in the state
and I think our boys and girls worked
extremelyhard," Miller said.


ories, his playing football in school, all
the little things that a child does grow-
ing up. His name is on the monument,
and you get a certain amount of pride
when your loved one is recognized.
"We were all proud of him. He made
rapid rank when he was in the military,
but that also put him in harm's way.
He was a platoon leader and was first
through the door clearing a town. I'have
a book that has a little article about him
and his encounter with some enemy
soldiers that he and another guy had to
combat. Memorial Day is a special, time
that we should honor all of those who
gave their all."
Fay Wimberly, sister to Larry and Rex
Spivey, did some research into Rex's
service after she became an adult. She
was in the sixth grade when he died and
didn't have a lot of information because
of the sorrow that kept her family from
discussing that loss in any great detail.
She and her brother had a special
bond. Being so much older than her, he
had been allowed to name her when she
was born. In turn, many years later, Fay
named her son, RexWimberly, after her
brother. She remembers writing him
letters when he was away serving his
country, and still has the letters he sent
back.
"After a certain amount of time, there's
just things you want to know, and so I
found out some of the things he did,"
she said. "He was brave, and he did a
lot of heroic things, but h6 never wrote
to me about those things. I wrote him
about the childish things that a little girl
is concerned about back home; when
he wrote back, he answered many of
my questions in a lighthearted way, but
mostly he responded to the things I'd
said about the things going on in my
life.
"Losing him, it's just something that
you don't ever get over;,and I think the
older we get sometimes, the more senti-
mental we get over it. On Memorial Day,
it's a remembrance of what they have
done for us all, for the freedoms we en-
joy. We have a tendency to forget things,
perhaps, and Memorial Day is an im-
portant reminder and an opportunity
to reflect on the people who died for
the cause of our freedom. The patriotic
songs that you hear and the speeches
that are made at Memorial Day services
really bring it back."


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NATIONAL POLICE WEEK


M arianna
Police
Chief
Hayes Baggett
joined Boy Scout
Troop 3


members Levin
Berry,
Christopher Gay
and Mathew
Palham in
lowering the
United States flag
at Bob Pforte
Motors in
Marianna to
half mast in last
Sweekin honor of
National Police
Week.



: State Brief

Judge: No release of
affidavit in FAMU case


ORLANDO -A judge in
Orlando denied a motion
Friday by The Associated
Press and the Orlando


SSentinel to release prob-
able cause affidavits used
to arrest the 13 defendants
charged in the hazing
death of a Florida A&M
University drum major.
Circuit Judge Marc Lubet
said neither media orga-
nization had the authority
to intervene in the case.
The judge, though, left -
open the door for another
challenge by recommend-
ing that the media groups
seek an order that requires
a government agency to
perform its duty.
The State Attorney's Of-
fice in Orlando has refused
to publicly release the
Probable cause affidavit.

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From staff reports

Hurricane Preparedness Week starts
today and runs through June 2, as the
Atlantic hurricane season kicks in.
To help raise awareness, Jackson County
Emergency Management Director Rod-
ney Andreasen hosted a tabletop hurri-
cane exercise last week involving all key
local agencies that would likely be called
upon in the case of a hurricane-spawned
tornado or other crisis. He also hopes that
individual families will use the coming
week to make sure they have a properly
stocked emergency supply kit, an emer-
gency plan in place and well rehearsed,
and to talk through the issues that could
arise for them in such a crisis.
In support of hurricane awareness


efforts, the Jackson County Floridan is
running a special page each morith with
information to help individuals pre-
pare for severe weather events. The next
installment is set for June 24.
Jackson County has one risk shelter,
Marianna High School on Caverns Road.
Evacuation Routes in and out of the coun-
ty are Interstate 10, U.S. 90 and U.S. 231.
'During non activation periods, you can
call the emergency management office at
71.8-0007 or 718-0008 for\weather related
information, or sign up for free weather
alerts at www.emergencymanager.org.
During times when the EOC is fully ac-
tivated, you can call 718-0019/0020 to
report needs or seek information. Those
last two numbers are only activated
during a EOC full activation.


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BOOKMOBILE OFF THE ROAD


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The Jackson County Public Library Bookmobile, in this Floridan file photo, sits parked
beside the library branch on Green Street in Marianna. The Bookmobile will be off the
road Monday, May 28 through Friday, June 1, and resume its regular route Monday,
June 4. For more about the JCPL Bookmobile schedule and services, call 209-4970 or 482-
9631, or email library@jacksoncountyfl.com.



Professor searches for graves on Dozier campus


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com

An anthropology profes-
sor, other researchers and
students from the Uni-
versity of South Florida in-
Tampa will likely spend
most of July and August
in Marianna, searching to
determine whether there
are unmarked- graves on
the old Dozier School Boys
campus as their prelimi-
nary findings suggest. That
information comes from
Robert Straley, an alumni
of Dozier who helped USF
assistant professor and
forensic anthropologist
Erin. Kimmerle get ori-
ented to the campus after
she obtained permits to
investigate the site.
Her team used ground-
penetrating radar and dug
trenches to analyze soil
displacements; and have
identified a number of ir-
regularities that indicate
potential grave sites,' ac-
cording to an article the
USF team posted on the
university website.
The group found what
could be burial cavities
in an area of the cam-
pus near the official Boot
Hill Cementer where 31
are known to be buried.
There may be 50 or more
previously undiscovered
graves, the team suspects,
as school records indicate
that. 84 boy died at the in-
stitution between 1911
and 1973 .
Kimmerle obtained per-
mission from the Depart-
ment of Environmental
Protection to enter the
property,. and a permit
for archeological research
on the site from the state
Division of Historical
Resources.
The research project
is the latest in a series of


investigations surrounding
the site, that work spurred
by ongoing reports that
boys were sometimes se-
verely beaten there over
the course of at least two
decades-the 1950s and
1960s mentioned in par-
ticular-during the 11-
year history of the campus.
Rumors persist that per-
haps some of them were
beaten to death. A state
Florida Department of
Law Enforcement investi-
gation related to the mat-
ter was completed a few
years ago, with no deter-
mination that there were
graves other than the 31
know, and-with no findings
of wrongdoing associated
with the known deaths.
The known graves were
not opened during that
investigation, and Straley
called the FDLE's report a
whitewash," and said he
has more faith in the uni-
Sversity team that started its
work several days ag6.. He
thinks they may be using
more sophisticated and
in-depth tools and that.
they can bring new light
to bear on the Dozier con-
troversy and help answer
lingering questions for the
-families of boys who never
returned home afer being
sent to Dozier.
In 2008, the state De-
partment of Juvenile Jus-
tice held a ceremony and
erected a marker near the
,so called "White House"
on campus where most of
'the alleged beatings are
said to have taken place.
The monument reads: "In
memory of the children
who passed through these
doors, we acknowledge
their tribulations and offer
our hope that they found
some measure of peace.
May this building stand as
a reminder of the need to.


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A team from the University of South Florida is expected to be
in Marianna frequently this summer as they search for more
graves on the old campus. Their preliminary work several days
.ago shows the possible presence of burial cavities in an area
near these known graves.


SUBMITTED PHOTO
A member of the University of South Florida research team
works at the old Dozier School for Boys campus in an attempt
.to determine whether there are previously unidentified graves
on the grounds.
remain vigilant in protect- official state review of the
ing our children as we help grounds a few years back,
them seek a brighter fu- and is also one of the par-
ture." The state said these ties involved in a lawsuit
actions were not to be con- related to Dozier.


strued as an apology or an
admission that any wrong-
doing had taken place.
Straleywas one of the key
men who pushed for an


For video and more pho-
,tos from the USF proj-
ect, visit: http://news.usf.
edu/article/templates/
?a4479&zl23.


SUBMITTED PHOTO
Cosmetology students Leslie Mollet of Bonifay (left) and
Ashlee Easterling from Chipley practice their craft. In
observance of the Cancer Survivor Beauty and Support
Day on Tuesday, June 5, the Chipola College Cosmetology
program will join with other salon professionals nationwide
to offer complimentary cosmetology services for cancer
survivors and those living with cancer.


Free cosmetology


services for cancer


survivors June 5


Special to the Floridan

.In observance: of the
Cancer Survivor Beauty
and Support Day on Tues-
day, June 5, the Chipola
College Cosmetology
program will join .with
other salon professionals
nationwide to offer com-
plimentary cosmetology
services for cancer survi-
vors and those living with
cancer.
Cancer Survivor Beauty
and Support Day was
founded in 2003 by Bar-
bara Paget. Each year, she
recruits salons and cos-
metology schools from.
44 states to participate.


Barbara was featured in
Sthe July 2011 issue of the
.Chicago Tribune for her
volunteering spirit. "The
real beauty of the day is
the support that.it gives to
cancer survivors," Paget
said.
Chipola Cosmetology
instructor Paige Vander-
werf says, "Chipola is
participating in this event
because we believe that
community service is im-
portant to the success and
growth of our stylists."
For more information
on the Cancer Survivor
Beauty and Support Day
at Chipola College, call
718-2439.


Florida livestock


markets at a glance


Special to the Floridan

For the week ended May
24, at the Florida Live-
stock Auctions, receipts
totaled 6,558 compared to
6,027 last week, and 6,700
last year.
According to the Florida
Federal-State Livestock
Market News Service,
compared to one week
ago, slaughter cows and
bulls unevenly steady,
feeder steers 1.00 to 4.00
higher, heifers mostly 2.00
to 4.00 higher, replace-
ment cows mostly steady.
Feeder Steers: Medium
& Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 bs.
245.00-295.00


300-400' lbs.
182.00-220.00
400-500 lbs.
159.00-192.50
500-600 lbs.
152.50-167.50
Feeder Heifers: Medium
& Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs.
190.00-225.00
300-400 lbs.
165400-202.00
400-500 lbs.
145.00-177.50
500-600 lbs.
147.50-152.50
Slaughter Cows: Lean:
750-1200 lbs. 85-90 per-
cent 81.00-85.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield
Grade No. 1-2 1000-2100
lbs. 105.00-111.00.


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ABOVE: Nicholas Hollis peeks out of the crowd as he and his fellow Jackson County Adult Education attendees wait for their
graduation ceremony to start Friday night at the Christian Center Church in Marianna. The church's pastor, the Rev. Jack
Hollis, provided the commencement address for the class of 2012. BELOW LEFT: Beth Westmoreland helps Shai'keyia Pete
get ready for the ceremony Friday night. Westmoreland said this was her last graduation:After 35 year in schools throughout
Jackson County, she will be retiring in September, BELOW RIGHT: Reginald Hall flips his tassel after he and his classmates
were officially declared graduated. The school awarded diplomas to 74 students this year, 46 of which chose to take part in the
graduation ceremony.


Special to the Floridan

Members of the Jackson
County Adult Education
Class of 2012 are: Darin
Belford, Michael Beltean,
Tonya Bradley, Sheyenne
Branch, Bellamy Bryant,
Brittany Burns, Chris-
tina Comerford, Delilah
Cooper, John Drew, Ashley
Dunn, Ashley Ferrell,
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Donald's, Starbucks and
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Cheese on Mornin' Melt
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CR also evaluated the
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andWendy's to see if any
could combine good taste
S and nutrition. The tastiest
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Burger King's BK Egg and
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Venisha Hearns, Malone


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From staff reports

'The Jackson County Flori-
dan presents the Terrific' 10
All-County softball team for
2012.
Ten girls were picked from
Jackson County schools based
on their performance during the
2012 high school season.
The Player of the Year was
voted on by the five county head
softball coaches.
) Player of theYear
Brooke Williams, Sneads
A mere freshman, Williams
made an instant impact on the
Lady Pirates this season with her
hitting and pitching, as well as
her defense as a catcher.
Williams led the team with a
.491 batting average, while also
collecting team highs in hits


(53), doubles (7) and runs (50),
and driving in 25 runs with a .574
onbase percentage.
She also picked up nine wins as
a pitcher, leading the team with
a 0.82 earned run average in 77
innings, including 95 strikeouts
to just 18 Walks, and tossed a
one-hit shutout in a district title
victory over Vernon.
) Whitney Lipford, Marianna
The junior slugger had another
big season for the Lady Bulldogs,
leading her team in virtually
every offensive category.
Lipford had team highs in bat-
ting average (.418), home runs
(4), hits (33), RBIs (32) and slug-
ging percentage (.658).
) Taylor McDaniel, Graceville
McDaniel made an impact for
her team at the plate and in the
circle, leading her team with a
.509 average, 18 RBIs, a .629 on-
base percentage and slugging
percentage of .811.


She also added a home run,
nine doubles, two triples, and
picked up three victories in the
circle with a 4.26 earned run av-
erage and 28 strikeouts in 49 1/3
innings.
) Venisha Hearns, Malone
The older of the two Hearns
sisters, Venisha powered the
team offensively, leading in bat-
ting average (.450), hits (27),
triples (2), onbase percentage
(.492) and slugging percentage
(.583), while adding 19 RBIs and
16 runs.
) Kelsie Obert, Cottondale
The Lady Hornets struggled
much of the season, but the ju-
nior pitcher was a bright spot
all year, pitching 18 of Cotton-
dale's 21 games and recording a
whopping 172 strikeouts on the
year, while also posting a 2.68
ERA.
) Linsey Basford, Marianna
Basford put in another banner


season offensively and defen-
sively, hitting .361 with a home
run, 26 hits, two triples, 24 RBIs,
14 runs, a .410 onbase percent-
age, .597 slugging, as well as a
team high .10 doubles, while
also recording 21 put outs and
a team-high 48 assists manning
the hot corner at third base.
) Alaynah Weiss, Sneads
Weiss was the Lady Pirates'
biggest power source in the
middle of the lineup, batting
.449 with seven doubles, a triple,
44 hits and a team-best 36 RBIs,
while also posting a .589 on-
base percentage and slugging
percentage of.541.
) Jakivia Hearns, Malone
The speedy freshman batted
.333 with team highs'in RBIs
(24), runs (17), and doubles (5),
and also picked up 27 hits, while
leading the pitching staff with
three wins and 56 strikeouts in
63 1/3 innings.


WhitneyWillis, Sneads
Willis finished the season with
a .389 batting average and a.522
on-base percentage, while add-
ing 37 hits, 20 RBIs, 39 runs, three
doubles and two triples.
) Taniyah Robinson,
Marianna
The third freshman on the
team, Robinson made an imme-
diate impact in her first varsity
season, batting .364 with 24 hits,.
three doubles, three triples, and
24 runs, while also leading the
team with 15 stolen bases.
Second team
Amber Avriett, Sneads; Caitlin
Miller, Graceville; Mya Boykin,
Marianna; Cambraige Chason,
Sneads; Haley Boggs, Cotton-
dale; Kaylee Vaughn, Gracev-
ille; Breanna Willis, Marianni;
Angela Clark, Graceville; Cal-
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Starters shine in Bulldogs spring scrimmage


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Derrick Knowles tries for a throw Friday night during the Marianna Bulldogs' spring intra-squad
scrimmage.


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

Marianna Bulldogs fans
got their first live look at
what new head football
coach Tim Cokely's first
team will look like Friday
evening, as MHS capped its
spring session off with an
intra-squad scrimmage.
The format pitted the
first team offense against
the second team defense,
and the second team of-
fense vs. the first team
defense.
The result was what one
might expect, with the first
team offense reaching the
end zone four times on the
day, while the first team
defense kept the second
string offense off the board
completely.
Junior Derrick Knowles,
the starting Marianna
quarterback exiting the
spring, completed11-of-17
passes on the day for more
than 200 yards and two
touchdowns, while also
rushing for two scores.
Knowles led the Bulldogs
to TDs on three straight
drives following a fumble
on the opening possession,
and finished the game with
another long touchdown
pass on the first play of the
drive.


After the game, Cokely
said he was happy with
what Knowles showed dur-
ing the game, particularly
with his ability to make
something happen with
his feet when plays broke
down.
"Derrick is getting better.
He's made a lot of improve-
ment," the coach said. "We
like him at quarterback be-
cause he gives us a chance
to move the football. For
us, we need the quarter-
back to be able to run, and
he gives us an added di-
mension there."
The offense didn't take
long to make an impres-
sion on the fans that came
out in the sweltering heat
to get a glimpse of the new-
look Bulldogs, as Knowles
took the first snap of the
afternoon and connected
on a deep fly pattern down
the left sideline to Roderick
Copeland for a big gain.
Cokely said that the play
was called by the players,
who were eager to make
something happen to start
the game.
"I let them make that
call. I asked them what
they wanted to do, and you
know kids are always going
to want to throw a bomb,"


he said.
Backup


quarterbacks


Gray Gilmore and Justin
Kent found tougher sled-
ding against the first team
Marianna defense, failing
to make much of a dent
until Gilmore hit a 30-yard
pass down the right side-
line late in the second half.
But the MHS defense
held firm to keep its shut-
out intact.
Cokely said it was a sat-
isfactory end to a spring
season that took on added
importance due to the
coaching change and the
complete transformation
ofthe offensive system and
approach from the Wing-T
to a more balanced at-
tack Marianna passed
32 times Friday rushed 25
times.'
"The kids have been
fantastic," the coach said.
"They've done everything
we've asked of them.
They've made a lot of
progress in picking up the
scheme, and they've been
real aggressive in trying to
learn and get better every
day.
"I'm sort of a forward
thinking guy in that I never
think we're where we're
supposed to be, but I am
happy with what we've
done so far. But we still
have a lot of work left to
do."


Susie Wheldon accepts trophy for Wheldon's win


The Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS Susie Wheldon
received a long standing ovation Sat-
urday during the public driver meet-
ing for the Indianapolis 500.
Dan Wheldon's wife accepted the
"Baby Borg," a replica of the Borg-
Warner trophy, on behalf of the two-
time Indianapolis winner who was
killed in a crash during the October
*season finale race at Las Vegas. Susie
Wheldon held her 3-year-old son,
Sebastian, while accepting the tro-
phy, and she did not speak during
the ceremony.
"Everybody knows how much he
loved the Indy 500," said James Ver-
rier, vice president of Borg Warner.


"His image appears on the trophy
for his victories for 2005 as well as
last year, and he holds a remark-
able record here at the speedway:
Six top-four finishes in his last eight
starts..
The 33 drivers in the field were the
first to stand, and were followed by
fans in the stands for an ovation that
lasted more than one minute and in-
cluded cheers and whistles.
She was also presented with a
plaque from The American Dairy
Association to commemorate
Wheldon's win last May. The award
is a reminder of Louis Meyer, .who
originated the tradition in 1933 of
drinking milk in Victory Lane.
The driver meeting was mostly cer-


emonial. Firestone Racing presented
the winning car owner's ring to
Bryan Herta, Steve Newey and Sam
Schmidt, and CEO of Bridgestone
Americas Gary Garfield remembered
Wheldon's emotional celebration
last year.
"I will personally always remember
last year after he.won the race, seeing
his smile, the incredible energy he
had was contagious," Garfield said.
"That's the picture I will always keep
in my mind as I remember Dan."
Four-time and defending series
champion Dario Franchitti was
presented with his champions ring
during the driver meeting, and Josef
Newgarden received his Indy Lights
championship ring.


Susie Wheldon
holds her son
Sebastian as
she receives
the "Baby
Borg", a
replica of the
Borg-Warner
Trophy given
to the Indy
500 champion
during the
drivers
meeting
for the
Indianapolis
500 at the
Indianapolis
Motor
Speedway in
Indianapolis
on Saturday.


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


Se:p.l:ts Briefs


Swimming Lessons
Chipola College will
offer swimming lessons
for all ages. Lessons are
based on a combination
,of nationally-recognized
methods.
A parent/infant swim-
ming class for ages 3
and under is scheduled
for June 4-7 with classes
'available at 10 a.m. and 7
p.m. Registration deadline
'is May 31. Cost is $30.
An adult swimming
-class for ages 15 and up is
:scheduled for June 25-28
with classes available
at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., or 7
p.m. Registration deadline,
is June 18. Cost is $45.
For information, call pool
manager Rance
Massengill at 718-2473.
Children's swimming
lessons forages four and
up are scheduled on the
following dates: session 1:
June 11-21 with a registra-
tion deadline of June 4;
,session 2: July 9-19, with
a registration deadline of
July 2; session 3: July 30-
Aug. 9, with a registration
deadline of July 23. Classes
are available at 9 a.m., 10


a.m. or 7 p.m.
Sessions include eight
45 minute classes which
meet Monday through
,Thursday for two weeks.
Cost ofregular swimming
lessons is $45. Pre-regis-
tration is required, with
a $5 late registration fee.
For information, call
pool manager Rance
Massengill at 718-2473.

Chipola Softball
Camps
Chipola Softball Coach
Belinda Hendrix will offer
three softball camps for
all ages. A hitting camp
will meet June 20-21. Cost
is $100. A skills camp will
meet June 25-26. Cost is
$100. A pitching camp will
meet June 27. Cost is $50.
A Grand Slam Special
rate for all three camps is
$225. All softball camps
meet from 1-4 p.m. For
information, call coach
Hendrix at 718-2358.

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Golf Tournament will
be held June 1 at Indian
Springs Golf Course in
Marianna. Registration
and lunch is at noon with
a 1 p.m. start. Format is
four-man scramble. Mul-
ligans are $5 each (ulp to
4), and entry fee is $65
(beverage cart and lunch).
Event benefits the Russ
House Foundation. Call
482-8060 or 557-0180 for
more information.


Chipola Baseball
Camps
Chipola Baseball Coach
Jeff Johnson will offer
three camps. A hitting
camp for ages 7-18 will
meet June 11-12. Cost is
$100. A pitching camp for
ages 7-18 will meet June
13-14. Cost is $100. A skills
camp for ages 7-8 will
meet June 18-19. Cost is
$100.
'A Grand Slam Special
rate for all three camps is
$250. All baseball camps
meet from 9 a.m. to
noon. For information,
call assistant coach Chris


Hutcheson at 718-2332.

Panhandle Heat
Panhandle Heat 18U
tryouts to be held in
Sneads on Saturday at 1
p.m. at the Sneads High
School Softball Field.
For further informa-
tion, please call Coach
Fred Lanphere at
850-559-8660.


C.H.A.M.P. Camp
The C.H.A.M.P. Camp,
two-day non-contact
football camp put on by
former Graceville Tigers
football player Anthony
"Champ" Kelly, will return
to Graceville High School
June 29-30.
Students aged 10-17 are
welcome. The camp will
include football funda-
mentals instruction as
well as guest motivational
speakers delivering mes-
sages on life skills and the
importance of making
good decisions.
Guest coaches and
speakers will include NFL/
collegiate athletes and lo-
cal business leaders.


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A day at reptile central


I'm writing from the
Florida Gulf Coast
today. Been doing a lot
of nature-nerd stuff down
here around Sopchoppy.
It's 4:30 a.m. and it's
already hot. Yesterday was
worse. I took a seven-mile
hike at Saint Marks Na-
tional Wildlife Refuge and
walked up on a raccoon
wearing Bermuda shorts,
sunglasses and a tank
top. He was sitting in the
shade drinking beer from
an Igloo cooler.
"Howdy," he said.
"Hey," I replied.
"Want a cold one?"
I declined the gracious
offer. Not wise to let fellow
hikers see you carrying on
a conversation with tackily
dressed wildlife mirages,
let alone drinking beer
with one.
I moved on, thinking of
other hot days I've lived-
through. I have many
hot-weather stories. None,
however, compare to a
summer day last year and
the wildlife encounters
experienced by a buddy of
mine.
Not having any particu-
lar plans and not wanting
to spend the day vegetat-
ing in a lounge chair, my
friend decided to go out
and putter around in his
garden. Plenty of chores
to do in the shade, he
thought.
Out there among the
trees, flowers and shrubs,
it seems, there are some
critters that are not put off
by muggy air and stifling
heat. On the contrary,
they apparently enjoy the
sweltering conditions. I
guess they missed that
lady on the Weather Chan-
nel who said exertion and
physical activity should
be kept to a minimum this


BobKornegay
Outdoors Columnist

time of year.
Despite the fact that
the bird and squirrels
were conspicuous by
their absence, there was
a veritable reptile con-
vention going on in my
buddy's backyard. The
scaly critters were having
a ball, a large portion of
their entertainment no
doubt stemming from a
penchant for scaring him
witless with each sudden
appearance.
One of his bird feeders,
for example, was closely
guarded by a huge gray
rat snake that "playfully"
struck at him when he
quite accidentally put
his hand on him (or her,
who knows?). At almost
the same instant, he
heard frenzied noises,
somewhere between a .
high-pitched bark and a
howl, emanating from his
dog kennel. Rounder, his
Heinz 57, was expressing a
grave disdain for the East-
ern king snake he'd just
discovered beneath his
suspended water bucket.
The yellow-and-black
intruder refused to move
until my friend nudged
him (her?) with his foot, at
which time the snake beat
a hasty retreat beneath
the storage shed. Rounder
kept barking, even after he
was told snakes are deaf
and he was wasting his
time.
Undeterred, my pal


continued gardening, pay-
ing little attention to the
dozens of Carolina anoles
fleeing from his snapping
pruning shears. The little
green lizards, too, were out
in force.
So were the skinks, sleek
blue-striped ones and the
big redheads and broad-
heads as well. Skinks are
just plumb full of surpris-
es, especially when they
appear, seemingly from
nowhere, to dart across
one's shoe tops or up one's
britches leg. Unlike the
little anoles, they got a
reaction from my buddy,
though they refused to
hang around and join him
in his energetic and enter-
taining dance through the
pine straw mulch.
All this snake/lizard/hu-
man activity went unno-
ticed by the box turtle the
guy rudely awakened from
its nap beneath theAmeri-
can beautyberry bush.
The venerable old reptile
just seemed bored by the
whole state of affairs.
Toward dusk, my long-
suffering acquaintance
put away his hoes, rake,
and other implements of
"destruction" and went
back inside. There was still
plenty of daylight for a few
more garden thsks but,
hey, he thought, why press
his luck? They way things
were going, there could
have easily been a big dia-
mondback sleeping in his
compost heap. Consider-
ing the day, the scenario
seemed more than likely.
"Worse still," he lament-
ed, "there's a pond just
a couple hundred yards
from my house. I'd have
hated like heck to rake a
12-foot alligator out of my
flower bed. Nobody'd ever
Believe it!"


Miami remains committed to ACC


The Associated Press

CORAL GABLES Mi-
ami is reaffirming its com-
mitment to the 'Atlantic
Coast Conference, de-
bunking speculation that
the Hurricanes may be
considering a jump to the
Big 12 or elsewhere.
Hurricanes athletic di-
rector Shawn Eichorst
released a statement Fri-
day saying, among other
things, that Miami has "not
engaged in any formal or
informal discussions with
any. other conferences"
and that the school contin-
ues to believe in the appeal
and strength of the ACC.
The Hurricanes began
play in the ACC in 2064.


"We could not be more
proud than to call the ACC
our home," Eichorst wrote
in a statement. "We are
confident in our progress
and in our accomplish-
ments, yet there is still
much work to be done.
We are committed to the
ACC and to doing our part
to continue the tradition
of excellence across the
board. In that regard, we
have not engaged in any
formal or informal dis-
cussions with any other
conferences."
Speculation about
schools like Florida State,
Clemson and Miami in
the ACC has increased in
recent days, with reports
linking all three on some


level to the Big 12.
The ACC has 12 mem-
bers and will be adding
Pittsburgh and Syracuse
as soon as 2013. The Big
12 has 10 members after
it replaced Texas A&M and
Missouri, which are head-
ed to the SEC conference
next season, with West
Virginia and TCU.
The buzz about possible
ACC defections to the Big
12 picked up considerably
this week after TCU athlet-
ic director Chris Del Conte
discussed the possibility
of the Hurricanes, Tigers
and Seminoles wanting to
switch conferences. Del
Conte soon clarified his re-
marks, saying he was only
repeating rumors.


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LAKE SEMINOLE
Bass fishing is good. Topwater action
is hot and heavy early in the day. Later,
try shallow crankbaits and Carolina-
rigs along grass lines and over grassy
points in or adjacent to the main lake.
The crankbaits are excellent choices for
locating both the subsurface vegetation
and the largemouths holding there.
Crappies are slow and at present are
generating few positive reports.
Bream are active and biting well on
worms and crickets. Fly fishermen
report good action around the mayfly
hatches.
Catfish are good, particularly on
stinkbaits.
LAKE EUFAULA,
Bass fishing is good. Fish topwater
baits along the banks, near the ends of
points, and around wood structure in
shady locations. In deeper water, Texas
and Carolina-rigged worms are work-
ing well. Spinnerbaits and worms are
doing well around docks and similar
structure. Fish all baits slowly for the
best results.
Crappies are fair to good in spots.
Moderately large schools may be found
near creek mouths and around deep
structures such as bridge pilings. Min-
nows and jigs work reasonably well for
these fish.
Bream are quite active. Many smaller
fish are being taken on crickets and
there are some reports of some pretty


good bluegills.
Hybrids may school late in the day
and fall for Rat-L-Traps and other
crankbaits.
Catfish are fair.
LAKE ANDREWS/
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER
Bass are quite active and the fish-
ing pressure is very light right now.
Texas-rigged worms and deep crank-
baits fished near the bank in the main
run of the river may take some fair
largemouth catches. Fish slowly and.
deliberately. Also try topwater baits
near the banks early and late in the day.
Up the creeks, in the clearest water,
fish medium-running crankbaits and
lightly weighted Texas-rigs.
Crappies are slow, but a few may be
taken near the mouths of creeks on live
minnows.
Redbreasts and bluegills may take
crickets in the creeks and shell crackers
will bite crickets and worms in some of
the slow-current areas.
Catfish have increased activity near
the dam and there is some action in the
creeks as well. Live or frozen shad will
take tailwater cats and worms fished on
bottom can catch them in the creeks,
along with a few shellcrackers thrown
in for good measure.
Generation schedules, pool levels, and other'such
information for area waterways may be obtained by
calling toll-free 1-888-771-4601. Follow the recorded
instructions and access the touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River System.


ACC Baseball Tournament


Georgia Tech 17,
Virginia 5
GREENSBORO, N.C.
- Zane Evans homered
and drove in six runs
and Georgia Tech routed
Virginia 17-5 to remain
unbeaten in the Atlantic
Coast Conference base-
ball tournament.
Mott Hyde and Jake
Davies each homered
and drove in three runs
on Friday. The Yellow

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Jackets (34-24) scored six
runs in-the third inning,
then added four runs
in the fourth to build a
10-3 lead and claimed a
mercy-rule-shortened
victory.
Eighth-seeded Georgia
Tech is in control of Pool
A and will earn a spot in
the championship round
with a win Saturday


against Clemson.
Brandon Downes had
an RBI single and Keith
Werman added a run-
scoring sacrifice bunt
for the fourth-seeded
Cavaliers (37-17-1),
who led 3-0 in the third ,
before Georgia Tech
erupted.

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MIAMI Dwyane Wade has been
battling knee soreness. LeBron
James was hobbling after a falling
into a courtside cameraman. Chris
Bosh remains sidelined indefinitely
with an abdominal strain. Mike Mill-
er looks to be in agony whenever he
moves.
An extra day of rest doesn't sound
like much, but it means plenty right
now to the Miami Heat.
Now halfway to their goal of an
NBA championship, the Heat took a
welcomed and needed day off
Friday after closing out their Eastern
Conference semifinal matchup with
the Indiana Pacers.
The East finals open Monday in
Miami against either Philadelphia
or Boston, teams that will settle their
second-round series with a Game 7
on Saturday night.
"We can use it," James said after the
Heat ousted the Pacers with a Game
6 win in Indianapolis on Thursday.
"Any team in the postseason, any
extra day that you can get, it defi-
nitely helps us. So we're going to take
advantage of it."
It's not like the Heat were planning
to sit at home all day, since most
players at this time of year tend to hit
the training room on off days. Still,
for the first time in a while, Friday
provided a chance for the reigning
East champs to relax a bit, especially
after three hard-fought wins in five
days allowed Miami to claw back
from what was a soon-forgotten 2-1
series deficit to the Pacers.
Wade and James combined to score
197 points in the final three games of
the Indiana series, while the Pacers'
starters collectively managed 184.
Other Heat players stepped up alohg
the way Udonis Haslem with 14
points in Game 4, Shane Battier with
13 in Game 5, Miller with 12 in Game
6 but with Bosh sidelined, it was
Wade and James who welcomed the
challenge of having to handle much
of the offensive responsibility.
"I don't know if they've been re-,
quired to shoulder as much respon-
sibility as they've had to now, par-
ticularly now that Chris is out," Heat
coach Erik Spoelstra said. "And we're
making no excuses. We have enough.
But they have to give us more and
that's what competition will do. You
play against good competition in
this league and it brings out the best
in you you hope."
Bosh told ESPN.com this week that


Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade leaps for a basket over Indiana Pacers late in the fourth
quarter in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals in Indianapolis, Ind. on
Thursday. The Heat won 105-93 to win the series 4-2.


he is improving, but stopped short
of offering a date for his possible
return.
He was hurt midway through
Game 1 of the Indiana series, mean-
ing nearly two full weeks have
passed since he was diagnosed with
a strained lower abdominal muscle.
The best-case scenario for recovery
for someone with that type of in-
jury is typically 2-3 weeks, though
the Heat have never deviated from
saying Bosh is out indefinitely.
"I appreciate extra rest," Wade said.
"I'm never going to cross my eye on
that at all. I feel like it's well-deserved.
I think also.it gives us an opportu-
nity to get Chris more therapy, more
treatment.the days that we're off and
he moves that much closer to being
able to rejoin this ballclub. I thought
this was a very physical series ... so
the rest will do us some (good)."
The Pacers probably would sug-
gest Wade couldn't get much better
than he was in the last 10 quarters of
their series.
Wade was awful 2 for 13, shoot-
ing, five points, five turnovers in
Game 3, an Indiana blowout that
many thought put the Pacers in con-
trol of the series. He started Game
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shots. And from there, the 2006 finals
MVP was in 2006 finals MVP form
again: Wade shot 39 for 57 the rest
of the series, putting up 41 points
and 10 rebounds in Thursday's
clincher.
Since 1992; according to STATS
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someone having at least 40 points
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Of those, 50 came from players listed
to be at least 6-foot-6. The other two
are by Wade, perhaps generously
listed at 6-foot-4.
"Spectacular, from the beginning
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Game 6 effort. "He g6t in a rhythm
early and just kept going."
flames missed a layup with 1:34 left
in the first half on Thursday, his left
leg crashing into a television camera-
man sitting just beyond the baseline.
He was shaken up and briefly tended
to on the Heat bench, but played all
but 28 seconds of the second half
and insisted he was fine afterward.
And Miller who has dealt with
several injuries in his two Miami sea-
sons makes running jokes about
his health, not even acknowledging
things hurt even though he's taken to
sitting on the floor during games of
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Dear Annie: I'm in my early 20s and
have been dating "Aidan" for a year.
He attends college two hours away. He
doesn't socialize much and stresses a
lot about his grades. His only real friend
is "Cara," a girl we went to high school
"with. Cara lives in a house with several
other girls.
The first time I met her roommate
"Lisa," I felt uncomfortable. I'm not the
jealous type, but something about her
bothered me. Still, I continued to be
nice to her and supportive of Aidan's
friendships.
A few days ago, Aidan came clean and
told me that he had drunkenly made out
with Lisa. He said he was stressed over
school and went to see Cara, but only
Lisa was home. He got drunk, and they
got overly friendly. He said he felt terrible
and was tormented for a week before
he told me. He promised it would never
happen again.
I'm having a hard time trusting my
boyfriend, and I certainly can't trust Lisa.
I don't want him to be friends with her
anymore. Aidan says I'm being unrea-
sonable since Cara is his only friend. He
doesn't want to cause problems or be
lonely because he can't go to her house
or has to leave if Lisa is there.,
I'm hurt and confused by his percep-
tion of the situation. He doesn't think it
should be a big deal because he didn't
sleep with her. I want Lisa completely out
of the picture. I feel that Aidan is more
worried about upsetting Cara and her
roommates than he is about upsetting


Football coach Vince Lombardi
said, "A dictionary is the only place
that success comes before work.
Hard work is the price we must pay
for success. I think you can accom-
plish anything if you're willing to pay
the price."
In this deal, there are two plays
for the price of one the cost of
the newspaper. The contract is four
spades. AfterWest leads the diamond
queen, how should South play? How
can the. defenders triumph if West
gets in with his spade queen?
I agree strongly with South's three-
club, rebid. The alternatives (two
spades with only five and two no-
trump with no heart stopper) are
much worse.
South has a lot of winners: five
clubs, two diamonds and at least
four spades. He can go down only if'
he loses one spade and three hearts.
And for that to happen, East must
have the heart ace, West must get
back on lead, and he must push, a
high heart through dummy's king.
So, to keep West off lead, South
should take the first trick with his di-
amond king and runthe spade jack
through West.
When the finesse wins, he takes
a second spade finesse, cashes the
spade ace, plays a club to his ace,
drawsWest's last trump, and runs the
clubs for two overtricks. Note that
even if the spade finesse had lost, the
contract would have made.
However, suppose declarer takes
the normal percentage play in
spades, first cashing dummy's ace.
WhenWest gets in with a trump, if he
anticipates that his side needs three
heart tricks to defeat the contract, he
will lead the heart queen, hoping his
partner has the A-J-10.


me. Shouldn't he take my side?
NORTHERN PETUNIA

Dear Northrn: Yes. We agree that he
needn't give up his friendship with Cara,
but being around Lisa is problematic.
Aidan needs to support your position on
this and take the necessary steps to avoid
being in a compromising place. He can
see Cara outside of her apartment. If he
is unwilling to change his visiting habits,
you need to decide whether you can trust
him or not.

Dear Annie: I have no family or friends
to speak of. I have joined too many dat-
ing services to count. It looks like I am
going to be by myself for whatever time I
have left. So what does one do with one's
personal effects when they have no one
to whom to leave it all?
I am 54, and every year it gets a little
scarier. I have been able to figure out
pretty much any problem in life, but this
one has me stuck.
-WORRIED WOMAN

Dear Worried: You can donate personal
items to charity, a local historical society,
a women's shelter or any organization
that would appreciate them. But also
consider seeing a counselor. Someone
'who has no friends could use a little help
finding out why and learning ways to
change that dynamic. We also recom-
mend doing some volunteer work in
your area. It will lift your spirits and help
others.


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Previous Solution: "I was a kid from Oklahoma who never wanted to be a
singer but was told I could sing. And things snowballed." Patti Page
TODAY'S CLUE: ) slenbad
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CELEBRITY CIPHER
by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
Each letter in the cipher stands for another..
"KTY LNKMSBK'J PWBBZ SJ KTY JYYZ

BE EMYYZ.BX'J KMYY."

- KTBX N'J ONXLPYWW


Annie's VIailbox.


World
Almanac
Today is the 148th day of
2012 and the 69th day of
spring.
TODAY'S HISTORY: In
1937, San Francisco's
Golden Gate Bridge
opened to pedestrian
traffic.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS:
Henry Kissinger (1923- ),
former secretary of state;
Frank Thomas (1968- ),
baseball player; Paul Bet-
tany (1971- ), actor; Jack
McBrayer (1973- ), actor;
Andre "3000" Benjamin
(1975- ), musician/ac-
tor; Jamie Oliver (1975- ),
chef/activist; Chris Golfer
(1990-), actor.
TODAYS FACT: President
Franklin D. Roosevelt and
British -Prime Minister
Winston Churchill were
not offly Allied leaders in
World War II; they were
seventh cousins once
removed, through Roos-
evelt's mother.
TbDAYS QUOTE: "The
Senate is a place filled
with good will and good
intentions, and if the
road to hell is paved with
them, then it's a pretty
good detour." Hubert
Humphrey


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Horoscopes

GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
It would be best not to
boast about your inten-
tions in advance of ac-
complishing them.
CANCER (June 21-July22)
There is no reason why
you shouldn't do as good
of a job for another as you
would for yourself.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
You might think that it
is necessary for you to be
all things to all people,
even if you know it's to-
tally impossible.
VIRGO (Aug.23-Sept.22)
Be careful not to get off A(
on the wrong foot with 1 J
anybody, because you 4r
could end up wasting the r
entire day doing nothing 7
else but trying to remedy (
the situation. l I,
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) 13A
- You only have a slight t
chance of coming out 14
ahead of the competition, 16 H
so don't bet the farm on 17G
doing so. 18c
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 19T
22)- Even if a commercial 20 K
or financial development p
comes off to your liking, 21 F
24T
the problem is that once n
you have it in your hands, 27T
you might get careless and 28 H
lose it again. 30H
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- 329
Dec. 21) The.right an- d
swers are likely to be eas- 34
ily found in situations 36
where you use cold, hard 37-
logic. (
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) Conditions are a bit
topsy-turvy inasmuch as
you might be fortunate in
matters that affect your
material affairs but not
so lucky in keeping the 14
goodwill of the people.
involved.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) Social encounters
with good friends will turn
out to be pleasant experi-
ences for you.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March
20) In order to accom-
plish a major objective, a
lot of assertiveness and
boldness will be required
on your part.
ARIES (March 21-April
19)- A close friend who is
always tight-lipped about
his or her personal affairs 5-26
will resent it if you poke
your nose where it doesn't
belong.
TAURUS (April 20-May 'A,
20) You'll do an excel- 1 E
lent job working on nu- 4 V
merous projects but sadly, 8
unless you speak up, oth- 11 i
ers may get tie credit for 13s
your accomplishments, a
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target
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loose
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muscles
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ouch
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mammals
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at Indy
41 Two-timer
42Part of TNT
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45 Banded
marble
48 Snail-
paced
49 Loudspeaker
52 Gawk at
53 Perry's
creator
54 Way of
Lao-tzu
55 Warty one
56 Whichever
57 Dune
buggy kin
DOWN
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employer
2 Camerori
of films
3 Rational
4 Great
,happiness
5 Perfume
label word
61Holt or
Ryan
7 Alters
genes
8 Muller
(Whittier
poem)
9 Lubricates


Answer to Previous Puzzle











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10 Wildebeest 35 Brook-
12 Mud bricks sound
15 Tent 38terhune
dweller collie
18 Shellac 40 Almost, in
resin verse
20 Evening in 42 Count up
Paris 43 Trademark
21 Chow mein 44Tex.
additive neighbor
22 Frenzied 46 Modicum
23 Festive log 47QED part
24 Was very 48Soup
thrifty cooker
25 Pseudonyms, 49"Luck
for short - Lady"
26 Canal of 50 Samovar
song 51 Election
29 Not up mo.
31 Get wrong
33 Went bad


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NEA Crossword Puzzle,


CROSS
loot liner
/rite up a
peeder
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1.D.
employers
Scurries
long
reception
lajor-
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locks of .
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birds
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uaff
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investment
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lippo
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opaz
;ut
calories
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insurance
liant
Wrinkle-
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buy
42 Advantage
45 Cream puff
49 Nectar
gatherer
53 Novelist -
Ferber
54Yale
athlete
55 Housetop
56 Gibraltar
landmark
57Angkor -
58 Walkman
brand
59That girl
DOWN
1 Univ.
degrees
2 Running
wild
3 Show up
4 Yawning
gulf
5 Jr.'s son,
maybe
6 Util. bill
7 WNW
opposite
8 smasher
9 Diner's
options
10 Skip a turn
12 Evening
party
17 "Fancy"
singer


Answer to Previous Puzzle


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ABS
MA YBE
SMU SAl
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CAD
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TOAD Al
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22 Marsupial
pockets
23 ght
24 Woodworking
tool
25 Grime
26 Use the
overhead
27 Autumn
flowers
28 Subpoena,
e.g.
29 Detected
31 Safecracker
33 "Harper
Valley -"
35 Lion's
quarry
36 Merchant
38 Basilica
part


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39 Orbit
segment
41 Thickset
42 Sigh of
relief
43"Whatever
Wants"
44Gallon or
liter
46 Big
commotions
47 Rainfall
measure
48Long-
handled
tool
50Mos. and
mos.
51 and hiss
52 Many
millennia


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Previous Solution: "Carnegie Hall was real fabulous, but you know, it ain't as
big as the Grand Ole Opry." Patsy Cline
TODAY'S CLUE: A slenbe
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Entertainment Brief

Gregg Airman engaged to girlfriend
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Gregg Allman is getting
married for the seventh time.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member has told
several interviewers this week that he's engaged
to his 24-year-old girlfriend, Shannon Williams,
and Allman's publicist and manager confirmed the
news Friday morning.
Little is known about Williams, who entered the
64-year-old rock pioneer's life after a liver trans-
plant and a run of health difficulties.
No date has been set for the marriage.
The Associated Press

NEA Crossword Puzzle


Bridge


CELEBRITY CIPHER
by Luis Campos
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Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
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