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Scott vetoes $6M school renovation project

JCSB Facilities passed by the Legislature earlier But Wigginsi who has worked
ed this month, would have given life on the project since 2009, is
iectorn disappointed to a renovation project involving undeterred by the governor's
now-vacant buildings on Dan- decision. .
BYANGIE COOK iels Street, the former location of "It strengthens my resolve to
acook@jcfloridan.com Marianna High School. The site start over nextyear."
would have been the new home He said he plans to sit down
Florida Gov. Rick Scott an- of JCSB administrative offices with* area representatives, this
nounced his line-item veto list (currently on Jefferson Street), summer and discuss what ap-
for the 2013 state budget Mon- with room to bring off-site of- proach to take as the searchfor
day. Included in the nearly $400 fices together on one campus. funding continues. That the $6
million Scott axed is one proj- The governor's veto puts a pin in million got all the way to the
ect that would have meant big that plan. governor's desk is as close as
changes for the Jackson County JCSB Facilities Director Stu- the project's come to getting the
School Board and one Marianna art Wiggins, reached by phone money needed to move forward,
neighborhood. Monday, gave his reaction to the Wiggins said; MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
A fixed capital outlay of $6 news. Reached .fr comment Renovations t the old Marianna High School are back on hold.The project's
million, a line item irLthe gen- "Well, of course I was funding was among nearly $400 million Gov. Rick Scott vetoed from the
eral appropriations bill(SB 1500) disappointed." See VETO, Page 5A state budget.

Man charged

with attempted

Stafl Report
Marianna resident, Travis Antron Speights
a has been charged with secbnd-degree at-
tempted murder in the stabbing of a Green-
wood resident late last week.
According to the complaint file gast the
34-year-old, Speights stabbed Anthoarh 'oaron
Shivers in the lower abdi en
"causing great.bodily harm
May 17. Polce stdbbiPi
took place during an argument
on St. Andrews Street in Marl-
anmia shortly after 2 a.m. on that
Speights Bystanders rushed Shivers to
the Jackson Hospital emergency
room, police say, and he underwient extensive
surgery at the hospital Friday and Saturday.
S PHTOS BY MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN Authorities sayit appears he was stabbed once
Art students Wjatt Blair, Dacota Benefield, Michael Clemmons, Jimmy Price, Ryan Champion, and Luke Johnson compare their with a pocketknife which investigators have
paintings during a show in the Cottondale ElementarySchool library Monday. seized.
Speights' bond was set at $100,000 during his
Ss r ake first court appearance onthe charge, and he
remained in the Jackson County Jail as of early
r t r l s Monday afternoon.

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dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com window panes and curtains from in-
side a room looking out. eds in two arrests
A local artist has been working The experience opened up a whole end in two arrests
with a group of students at Cotton- new world of expression for 14-year-
dale Elementary School for the past old Luke Johnson. He said this was Staff Report
eight weeks, helping them attain the. first time he's ever worked with
new artistic and academic plateaus those materials and he wants Police found a lawn mower idling with no
as they overcome challenges that some for Christmas, in case his one aboard Saturday afternoon when they re-
sometimes force them to do their mother's reading this. In his."from sponded to a call for help to a domestic situ-
learning "outside the box." the window" scene, he painted an ation in Campbellton. They would leave with
That assignment suited artist Deb- apartment building and a little green two men in handcuffs after sorting out the
bie Menacoffjust fine; her art studio house: The green house represents a situation there.
in Marianna is called "Outside the home -that's actually in his neighbor- Two Campbellton men were arrested after an
Linest" ahfter all. hood at home. But the apartment alleged incident that brought a father to the aid
For an hour each week, Menacoff building with its soft yellow lights of his daughter but which ended in the arrest
worked with Exceptional Educa- in every window is a figment of his of both the father and his son-in-law.
tion students from the classrooms imagination. He thinks this might According to authorities with the Jackson
of Racquel Lee and Shelia Kent The MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN look like the big complex where his County Sheriff's Office; 37-year-old Edward
young people have various learning Among Sammy Johnson's artistic cre- grown brotherlives in a city far away. Cornelius Wesley is charged with aggravated
exceptionalities that make it more ations is an abstract painting that tells In the sky, along with the big, bright battery with a deadly weapon in the case.
challenging for them to grasp or re- the story of a kitty, who is having to deal golden-yellow stars, there are some In the complaint filed against Wesley, au-
tain certain concepts via traditional with bad weather until the sun comes red streaks and flashes. Those are thorities allege that he placed a knife at his
means. Kent reports that Menacoff's out again, fireworks. They represent a celebra- wife's throat and threatened to kill her. Wesley's
work has paid off in many ways. like sequence and detail. Kent and ton. The apartment complex ex- wife told authorities that she was on the phone
For instance her studenits who had Lee say their students were able presses his wish that his big brother with her mother when Wesley overheard her
behavioral problems toed the line to relate what they learned in art lived in his neighborhood. making comments about another man. She
when they realized that classroom class to other subjects like science In his Van Gogh piece, done in oil said he snatched the phone from her, hung it
misbehavior might carry the conse- and math. They worked with clay, pastels, Johnson.achieved a work of up, picked her up by her shoulders, told her to
quence of missing Menacoff's class manipulating the material into the art that expressed wind, snow, hills, get out, and threw her to the floor. According
the next day. But that's just the be- proper-sized sizes and shapes to cre- stars and all manner of night-sky to the complaint, she told police that Wesley
ginning of their progress. ate turtles or bowls. Using oil pastels, wonders, using both abstract and picked up a crutch and told her he "would beat
All the students, Kent believes, they made their own interpretations more concrete forms. her head in." Authorities say she also alleges
came away with a better grasp of of Vincent van Gogh's Starry Night, He said he is feels more free in his that, in the course of the argument, her hus-
mathematical concepts or some blending the abstract and realistic art than he did when he first started band pushed her up against a window in their
other critical discipline. They're into their own versions of the mas- Menacoff's class this year. He was bedroom, put a butcher knife to her throat
learning more about patience, as terwork. Using paint, they created and said he was going to kill her. A child in the
well as about more academic ideas their own outdoor scenes framed by See ART, Page 5A
See DISPUTE, Page 5A

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JACKSON COUNTY : Co ml Lity Calend4ar

F L O R ID A N TODAY Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Jackson County Public Library, Marianna Branch
)) The Towwof Grand Ridge -will be conduct- at 2929 Green St. Gilley will share his childhood
Publisher Valeria Roberts ing flow testing that will be performed on all fite WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 memories of life in east Jackson County during
vroberts@jcfloridan.com- hydrants. Call 592-4621. The Town ofGrand Ridge will e conduct- the forties and fifties Hime irackfields of
) Jackson County Growers Associatioi ing flow testing that will be performed on all fire one mule, forty acre farmneaf Grand Ridge. Cal
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski Marianna City Farmer's Maret-7 a. /noon at hydrants. Call 592-4621. G482-9631e
MaariannaCityFarmelld'ch;polaedu a. noon p. n482-9631.
doberski@jcfloridan.com Madison St. Park in Marianna: Purchas resh fruits C USDA Food Distribution -8 a.m. at Eldercare
CaTnd vegetables grown by local farmers. Services, 4297Liddon St. in Marianna. Call 482- 8p Acoholics Anonymous -Ce dc, 1le-.
SChipola Regional ArtsAssciatn Meeting- 3220. donia St., Marianna; inthe AA room. Attehidance
Telephone: 850-526-3614 11:30 a.m. at Jim's Buffet & Grill inlarianrina. The )"5 Steps to Rapid Employment" Workshop limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking,
FAX: 850-482-4478 ;" program will featureteachers who received CRAA 9 a.m.-12 p.m. at the Marianna One Stop Career papers will not be signed.

4403 ontitution Lane ,. ized drive collects non-perishable food items to be
Emil: edtoril@cflorida.com mini-grants to help teach music, art and theatre to Center 4636 Highway90, Marianna. Call 718-0 children in need.326.
MailingAdresS school children in the Chipola district Call 718-2257
SBoxWeekdays 520, Marianna, FL 32447 email powelldchipola.edu. p.m. in the AA room of First UniteTown Methodist of d Rdge-will be conduct-
ee Sewingist Circleub1p.m. atof Jackson County Seniorng Church 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.d receive in flow tstin that will b rform on all fir
SS oR PAPERoon atJim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna. e- s Cod how tttndale Eleprotectentary Schoo This student-orga-
4403 nshouldrece itution Lan e wspapenolaternized drive ollects non-perishable food items to be
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Ciroula- to Employment-2:30 p.m. at Goodwthe Ml Career One Montehly et/E-mail Basic Computer Class Part 2 used in a JCSB supplemental nutrition program for
tion between 6 a.m.and noon, Tuesday to Stop Careeraining Center, 474636 Highway 90, Marlanna. Learn Noon-3 p.m. at Goodwill Career Training Center, children in need.
about and register for free services Call 526-0139. 4742 Highway 90, Marianna. Free class teaches ie Town ofGrand Ridge -wilibe conduct-

Sunday mornings Periodical postage paid St. in Maranna. The Town of Grand Ridge -will be conduct- 209-7856,573-1131
atMarian, 8 a.m. to 5p.m. Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at JacksonCounty Senior basic use oflow test ing that will b e perfornd a fireei Alohli An wi beperformedonallfire
MlyARitizens 2931 Opting-4p.t Drithe in Marianna. Callunt -ais andhow to protect your computer. Call hydrants. Call 592-4621.
'/-D- ji: you suriy nseot 4 5 526-0139. )) Knitters Nook -10 a.m. at th6 Jackson County
ou should receive your newspaperno later ployability Workshop, Overcoming Barrie .Jackson Hospital Board of Trusteesion/M Regular Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and exeri-
than 6a.m. If it does not arrive, call Marianiroua- to Employment-2:30 publc s .m. at the Mariana One MonthCity Fnan'e Committee and Board Meet- enced knitters are welcomed. Call 4829631.

agetds Career Center, to th Sch District's website, Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits ,SATURDAY MAY 25
tion between 6a.m. and noon, Tuesday to JaStop Career Cnter, 4636 Highway 90, Martnershna. ins -5hipola Civin theHudnall Building Cmmunity Celebrate er atEvangel Worship
Friday, and 7a.m.to 11a.m.on Sunday The Call7718 R Ca18-2629. Cter, 2645 Pebble Hill. Ra dinMri"nna. Adult,
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) ) Panhandle Public Library Cooperative System, teen meetings to "overcobb iehutslhal its andut
is published Tuesday through Friday and Regular Board Meeting-4:3 ng-4 p.m.atSt.LukeM.B.C.at 2862 Madison THURSDAY, MAY 23 h. -ups" Dinner: 6p.m. Child care available. Cal

applicable stateandlocaltaxes. Mail at Avenue in Matrianna. The communty is invited Marianna. Men and women who servednin the U.S. deas
Sunday mornibscriptions Periodical pstage paid in advance. Mail is meearianna The Town of Grand Ridge will be conduct 209-7856,573-1131. .
at Marianna, FL. one Jackson County School Board Regular Month- ing flow testing that will be performed on alRe fire-9 a anhande oneer Settlement
ly Board Meeting-4 p.m atthe Jackon County hydrnts. Call 5924621.f of Hwy 20 in Blountstown Family will
School BOard Meeting Room, 2903 Jefferson St. )) Jackson County Growers Association/Marl- Church, 2901 Caledonia St in Marinna
SUBSCRIPTION RATES in Marianna. The public is invited-to attend. The annaCity Farmer's Market- Ta.m.-Noon at r
ADVERTISING agendas are posted to the Schoo District's website, Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchasefresh fruits SATURDAY, MAY 25
Thome adver $11.23 agrees month; $32.83 www.jcsb.org. Call 4821200ivities Call 526-2430. and vegetables grown by local farmers.

outoferrorsandadvertisementsbeyond m.at the p 22Kickhouse, 3083 DAV Lane, off Picnic Noon at Madiso St. Park in Madison St. Park in Maianna. Purchase fresh fruits
applicable state and local taxes. Mail alyge Avenue in Marianna. The comunitys invited Marianna. Men and womFreen who attserved Currin the U.S. and vegetables grown by local farmers.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail to attend this meeting in efforts of working toward Armed Force rs their families will behon6red and
subscriptions duare: $46.12 for thrneglig e ofth the mission and vision of a Tbacc ree Florida. recognized,as well as local Fire and Law Enforce- Annual Mears, Meares and Meers Famly
ublisher's employees or therwise and beCall526-2412 ext 157. ment Departments. Hotdogs will be served. Callreer Cen- ion -a.m. at Panhandle Pioneer Seting-4
$ Autism Support Group Meeting 6 p.m. in the 526-3142. located off of Hwy 20 in Blountstown. Family will
year. First Presbyterian Church Fellowshipall, Mb- pgather at a covered pavilion in Sam Adkins Park
yeCr.stPreeytetrianCrc). Fe hipall, Marianna Job Club -Noon-3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career westside near the ball field. Bring a covered dish or
thereshallbenotliabilityfor(Clinton Street entrance). Fily members, caregiv- Training Center, 4742 Highway 90, Marianna. Learn hot dogs/hamburgers to grill and sports equip-
ADVERTISING ers and service providers welcome. This month's job seeking/retention skills; get job search assis- ment. Call 850-447-3053.
The advertiser agrees that the publisher topic: Summer Activities. Call 5262430. tance. Call 526-0139.
shall not be liable for damages arising ) Disabled American Veterans Meeting 7 ) Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group am Alford Community Health Clinic Hours 10
out of errors and advertisements beyond p.m. at the DAV Chapter 22 house, 3083 DAV Lane, -Noon at Jackon Hosital Hudnall Buiding in Church, 2901aledonia St. in Marianna

the amount paid for such advertisement. This The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. SubmitFreeto: Communityattend. Calendar, Jackson Cwithout medical insurance P.. Box 520, Marianna, FLshort32447,term
occpubl ish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- Chipola College Distct Boardof Trustees developed by ex-smokers for those who want to illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments
meing which thexpresses p ccurree d, whether Regular Meeting -pm the Pubc Servce become ex-smokers themselves. Call 482-6500. available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501)on walk-ins
legally protected enl e i lding at Chipola College. The Board Dinner will Employability Workshop, Mock Interviewing welcome. Sign in before noon.
not acceptable 'Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 ter, 4636 Highway 90 Marianna.ckso CO all 7180326 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist

HOW TO GET YOUR Depatment Correctional Facility cto aggravated battery (domes-
amount paid for such advertisement. ThisUBLISHED The submission dead Police Depafor this calendart lis two days befollowing pere publication. Submit to: Community Clendar, Jackson County Floridan wellO. Box 520, Mar2147aLegion Road,, L 32447
The Jackson County Floridan knowingll publish the following incidents for May 19, the the acounty jail du850-4-4478 or bring the latems to 4403 Constitutiong SLane inry (domestic violence).Marianna.

legally protected pnerest free ofonal characteristics latest available report: Two accidents, one periods: Fred Evans, 42,4834 Orchard Road,

Submit your news or Community Calendar missing juvenile, two suspicious inci- Keith Wilson, 19,1127 Grant Ave., Graceville, violation of county probation.
events via e-mail, fax. mail, or hand delivery, dents, one suspicious person, two.escorts, ;, Gordon, Ala., driving while Sherrl Carroll, 50,6055 Mellow Trail,
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, one highway obstruction, one report of license suspended or Marianna, possession of controlled sub-
anniversary and birth announcements., mental illness, one structure burglary, revoked, stance (crack cocaine), tampering with
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. one vehicle burglary, four verbal distur- ME Udbhav Gupta, 28, 645 physical evidence.
Photograhs must be of eood ualitdand bances, pne burglar alarm, one report of a '--- Morgan Ave., Brooklyn, a Jacquese Dafflin, 21,944 Spears Ave.,
Photographs must be of good quality and firearm discharged, nine traffic stops, one NY, driving while license Graceville, obstruction by disguise, driving
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the criminal mischief complaint, two juvenile suspended or revoked, while license suspended or revoked, failure
right to edit all submissions, complaints, three assists of motorists or Travls Speights, 34,3021 Carters Mill to appear (no valid driver's license).
GETTING IT RIGHT pedestrians, two assists of other agencies Road, Marianna, attempted 2nd degree Earl Griffin, 18,5418 Mount Tabor Road,
The Jackson County Floridan's policy and one threat/harassment complaint, murder. Dothan, Ala., driving while license sus-
TheJackso nCo unt y rd Ronnie Kirkland, 43, 1565 County Road pended or revoked.
is to correct mistakes promptly. To 73, Slocomb, Ala., hold for Holmes Co. a Hogan DeWitt, 25,75 Donnie Mae Drive,
report an error, please call 526-3614 Jackson County ) Deuntavius Brown, 21, 3310 6th Ave. Dothan, Ala., driving while license sus-
Monday-Friday. Sheriff's Ofice North, St. Petersburg, possession of mari- pended or revoked.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and juana with intent to distribute. Amanda Miller, 27,3495 East White St.,
Tc sonCounty fer Scuehreportedfthe folloing Dequan McElvin, 19, 105 Clam Gulch Bonifay, hold for Holmes Co.
cunty fir r te ates ll Court, Dothan, Ala., possession of mari- Susan Schumacher, 20, 4965 Rocky
report: Onsupico' incident th a ailb juana-less than 20 grams. Creek Road, Marianna, battery (domestic
report: One suspicious incident, two sus- John Flot, 31, 2778 Penn Ave., Mari- violence-three counts).
of a vehicles, one physical disturbance, anna, burglary of a structure, grand theft, ) Carlos Pittman, 36, 4139 North St., Mari-
wof burla r vh o e phys fical dstoprb nce, violation of state probation. anna, battery (domestic violence).
two burglar alarms, five traffic stops, one En Hewett, 32, 4779 Archery Lane, Jail Population: 212
juvenile complaintce, one assauist of another agenyoise Marianna, battery (domestic violence). To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
disturban ce, one a ssistrr t of another agency Lanrry Collins, 55, 5147 Auburn Road, local law enforcement agency.To report a wildlife violation,
SJCFLIORD NiCcOM and one patrol request. Carmnpbellton, aggravated assault, call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).

JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com LOCAL TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2013 + 3AF

CCA's Graceville Correctional Facility Girl Scouts seekWomen

staff speak to seniors at GHS and CHS of Distinction Nominees
Special to the Floridan Special to the Floridan chief executive officer. "We
invite you to nominate dis-
Does anyone know the difference Do you know an ex- tinguished women from
between a job and a career, be- traordinary woman who your community."
tween mediocrity and success? The -has distinguished herself Nominees must live or
answer according to the staff as an outstanding mem- work in Bay, Calhoun, Es-
of Corrections Corporation of ber of the community? A cambia, Gulf, Holmes,
America's Graceville Correctional program inspired by Girl Jackson, Okaloosa, Santa
Facility is doing what you love. Scouts nationally, the Girl Rosa, Walton or Washing-
CCA's Graceville Correctional Fa- Scouts of the Florida Pan ton County. They should
cility celebrated Educators, Nurses handle Women of Distinc- exemplify extraordinary
and Corrections Professionals by tion Awards honor women civic, professional and/or
educating Graceville High School from across the Florida philinthropic commit-
and Cottondale High School Se- Panhandle who truly stand ment and achievement, be
niors on the benefits of a career in out for their commitment a role model for girls and
corrections. to the community: Nomi- demonstrate a commit-
Unit Manager Bobby Lee con- ,nations are now b ing ac- ment to advocacy for im-
gratulated the seniors on their up- cepted for the 2013 Wom- proving the lives of women
coming graduation and expressed SUBMITTEDPHOTOS en of Distinction awards and/or girls. Nominees
to the seniors the importance of Staff from CCA's Graceville Correctional Facility recently spoke to seniors at program. are to demonstrate initia-
attending college, "We want you to Cottondale High School about various careers in corrections and presented the Annually, women from tive, integrity and leader-
know how important furthering seniors with t-shirts, across the council are ship characteristics and
your education is, but come and nominated for this coveted are not required to have
see us when you're done." He also award. The women hon- beeni or currently be a Girl
talked with the students about his ored for 2013 will join the Scout. Nominations will be
personal experience as corrections 100 women in the Florida reviewed by an indepen-
professional. "Corrections has pro- Panhandle who have been dent Selection Committee
vided myself and my family a se- honored as Women of based on standardized cri-
cure future." Investigator Chad Distinction since the pro- teria for nominees in each
Anderson was also available to talk gram's inception in 1998. of the following awards
with students about his journey All nominees will be hon- categories:
from Correctional Officer to In- ored during the Women of gArts, Media
vestigator. "The opportunities are Distinction Awards Gala y Business
endless." on August 23 6 p.m. at the n Education
Learning & Development Man- Edgewater Beach & Golf )Religion,Social Services
ager Angela Geisinger, Qual- Resort. n Health, Fitness
ity Assurance Manager Tracy "The Women of Distinc- Law, Government
Price and Dental Assistant Drea- tion Awards Gala is a cel- a Science, Engineering '
ma Cassady shared their take on ebration' of the women
being a woman in corrections, in our community wh6se The deadline for nomi-
LDM Geisinger cheered, "Girls in Graceville High School recently welcomed staff from CCA's Graceville Correctional leadership and commit- nations is Monday, June 17.
Corrections Rock!" She added, "I Facility who spoke to seniors about the benefits of a career in corrections. ment enrich the lives of Nomination forms can be
went to college, graduated with a tation and the value it adds to' es, dentists, teachers, social workers many," stated Raslean M. obtained by visiting www.
Masters but never could find exactly one's life. and the list goes on and on." Allen, Girl Scout Council of gscfp.org to complete on-
what I wassearchingforuntil I found QA Price added "We go home The group answered ques- the FloridaPanhandle, Inc. lineor downlbad.
a career in corrections. Corrections every day knowing we pade a tions from students and proud-
provided'me the foundation I was difference. Dental Assistant Cas- ly presented each school with
looking for. I am able to grow as a sady enlightened the students as a contribution to Project Gradua- *sl U-a
person and a professional." to the various positions avail- tion. CCA Graceville is celebrating JaCJ o1n Hosp lW and
The ladies continued to ex- able in corrections. "Correctional corrections professionals all month 9
press how a career in corrections Facilities are just like our communi-. long with various activities inside FSU hold "meet and greet
is about change and rehabili- ty, there isa need for doctors, nurs- and outside of the facility, f
for medical students

GOLSON SCIENCE STUD ENTS Specialothe Floridan Burns, Taaj KeShelton, John
On Monday May 13 Jack-
CELEBRATE EARTH AY n Hospital and Florida
R AT"" State University held a
"meet and greet" for the f
outgoing third year medi-
Olson cal students and the in-
.. Elemen- coming class of 2015.
= .....tary School Jackson hospital has
s tpartnered with Florida
students and their State University for the JCFLORIDAN.COMI
Science teacher "community-based train-
eidy Bannerma ing" of medical students
since 2005. Make her DAY
commemorated Key speakers for this
Earth Day by mak- event were: Dean John P
Fogarty, Dean of the Col-
Sing projects associ- lege of Medicine.at Florida Margarita style earrings
ated with the 3 R's: State University; Dr. Dan- A halo of diamonds
Reducing, reusing iel J. Van Durme, Professor
and Chair Director, Center
and recycling. of Global Health at Florida
State Univeristy and Dr.
Steven Spence of Jackson
The reception honored Starting @ $379
SUBMITTEDPHOTOS the following third year
Science teacher Mendy Bannerman is pictured with her kindergarten science class, students who will graduate Come buy
in May of 2014: Eric Hep- it's Margarita Time
pner, Josh Ellis, Mitchell
Whitehead and J.D, Byrd.
The reception also wel- .tSOR
comed the incoming med-
ical class of 2015 which will oamvowors
start in June. Downtown Marianna
F s aThe following students watsonjewelers.com
J-, qstudents in class of 2015: Kathleen 850.482.4037

nerman's Science

fferson St. Marianna, FL

Oral & Facial

of Marian

ntal Implants Head & Neck Pathol
toalveolar Surgery Cleft Lip & Palate
Anesthesia Maxillofacial Trauma/
A endy Bannerman's second grade Cosmetic Facial Surgery Reconstruction
Science class enjoyed making
LV. I projects for Earth Day. _





F/IFAS Consumer Science Agents (from left) Ricki McWil-
liams of Walton County, Mandy Griffin of Jackson County
-and Judy Corbus ofWashington County cooked up a yummy
storm during one of their Meals on the Run programs held at the
Extension Services building on Pennsylvania Avenue. The creative
htrio demonstrated tips and tricks to make quick, easy, budget-friendly
meals in the crockpot, skillet and microwave. Participants shared in
the tasty dishes and are looking forward to future cooking classes.
For more information on upcoming classes, please contact Mandy
Griffin at 482-2056.



he end of the school ch
year brings many to 1 os
things and, if you
are a student at Golson
Elementary School, one of
those is a party.
Tammy Blanchette and
the school's lunchroom
Sstaff have been throwing
an end-of-year shindig for
the school's kindergarten
through second grades for
the last 10 years.
This year they had a tudents in Missy Mitchell's and Heather
beach party. g Hall's first-grade class show off the
Golson's 75V students beach hats and leis they got for the
were treated to a healthy
lunch of hot dogs, baked party.
snacks, bananas and milk,
with music by the Beach
Boys to set the mood.
Blanchette said the
students will be welcomed
back in the fall with an- MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
other party. That one will Golson Elementary School first-graders Jeffrey Lewis and Tyvon Leonard enjoy their beach
be a tailgate party. party lunch on Friday. ".

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TALLAHASSEE- So you Beach-based financial
have a lottery ticket worth adviser.
$590.5 million. Nowwhat? Of course, many people,
If you won Saturday's family and friends inclua-
historic Powerball jackpot ed, will want money.
and ,you haven't already "Hire someone to deal t (
done so, sign the ticket. with all of the solicitations un (
Now. including those from faom- ( 4
Finished? Now call a law- ifly and friends. If anyone
yer even before your asks you for anything you dY
spouse if things are a little can simply tell them they
shaky on that front. Next have to contact Mr./Ms.
you'll need a financial ad- 0X," said Jennifer Hartman,
an ac THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a Los Angeles-based finan-
viser, an accountant and a A vehicle passes the front of the Publix supermarket in Zephy- ia LosAnele-ae.2a -
therapist. Press rhills, Fla.; Sunday. The highest Powerball jackpot worth an ciAmong the most notori-
asThe As ociated r estimated $590.5. million was sold recently at this Publix ou the oa otori-
asked more than 20 per- supermarket. ous tales of a lottery win-
sonal financial advisers ner's'misfortune was West
how the winner should at least a few days. most conservative invest- Virginia's Jack Whittaker,
proceed, and they agreed Experts say the winner ment should yield at least who won $315 million in
it's crucial to assemble a should thoroughly vet a 3 percent return. Consid- 2002. Five years later, he Frtt ft 4 .'
team of advisers who can whoever's on their team ering the lump sum pay- blamed the money for
be trusted. Chances are of advisers. And while the ment could be as high as causing his granddaugh-
the winner wasn't mega- first call might be to an at- $277.5 million after taxes, tel's fatal drug overdose,
rich before, so it's hard to tomey or financial plan- the winner could live off his divorce and hundreds
know what to expect. ner who's a friend or rela- $8.3 million in interest per of lawsuits filed against
"You don't need a finan- five, such acquaintances year without touching the him. He said he couldn't
cial planner immediately, might not be best capable winnings, trust many of his friends
because you don't have of dealing with that kind of Among other advice: Tle and relatives.
the check in your hand. money. They can, though, winner should change his Even more modest prizes
You need the lawyer be- give advice on where to go or her phone number and can come with problems.
fore you need the financial next. email address and give the A woman was convicted
planner because you've "For that kind of money, new ones out only tothose late last year of slaying
got to get all the necessary I would certainly want who need it. Once one's Florida lottery winner
legal work done as quickly a well-known reputable identity is revealed, there Abraham Shakespeare,
as possible," said Stuart group, not cousin Ber- will be plenty of people who won a $30 million
Goldberg, a Tallahassee- nie who has a securities offering their financial ser- jackpot in 2006. Prosecu-
based estate and tax law- company down the road," vices not all of whom tors say the woman friend-
yer. That can include cre- Goldberg said. have pure motives. ed him, became his finan-
ating a trust fund, shoring Ginger Snyder, vice pres- "Do a Google search cial adviser and swindled
up a will,, getting advice ident of investments for on all the lottery winners him out of his dwindling
on how best to claim the The 360 Wealth Manage- who squandered it or be- fortune before killing him.
money so the government ment Group of Raymond
gets less of it and discuss- James in Tampa, agreed
ing who else might try to that the lawyer should be COMERFORD VAULT
claim they're entitled to a the first hire and should MEMORIAL SERVICE
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ticket while you're married talks with a financial
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bought at a Publix super- like any other client that
market in Zephyrhills, a I have. It's a little different
city of about 13,000 that's because obviously it's sud- All Work & Material Guaranteed
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in Powerball history if they have currently, so I would
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Marianna, Florida 32446 shark known as a dogfish during a visit to the Marianna High School science lab Monday morning.

eins Delving into a

Mere L. Wiggins, 87, of of sharks
Marianna, died Wednes-
day, May 15, 2013 at Jack-s M a S a p
son Hospital.
She is preceded in death
by her husband, Comer D. BY MARK SKINNER They were assisted in the quest for
Wiggins; daughter, Gracie their shark's brains, eyes, livers
Strickland. After weeks of preparation, and other vital organs by MHS
Mrs. Wiggins is survived seventh- and eighth-graders in the students Allie Hinson and Sheridan
by two sons, Walter Wig- Jackson County's Project Venture Dryden.
gins, and A.D. Wiggins; two gifted students program journeyed to MHS Teacher Melanie Mitchell said
daugh ersiGlenda rom nMarianna High School's'science lab using the school's lab was a way of
brother, James Mills; two Monday to do battle with a school of letting students,in Project Venture see
sisters, Elmira Lipford, and sharks. what the big kids do in science.
Lorene Lipford. It was 'a brief, but educational She added that it was also her
Graveside services will be battle. "sneaky way of keeping them inter-
at 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 21, The sharks weren't very big. ested in science."
2013 at Salem Free Will Also, they were already dead. And This was the second year students
Baptist Cemetery with Rev. embalmed. from the Venture program came to
Donnie Hussey officiating. These particular "Jaws" are known MHS. Last year they dissected frogs.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di- as dogfish and the 36 kids were dis- Students in Project Venture come
recting. secting them as the culmination of from throughout the county. It has
Expressions of sympathy nine weeks of studying shark anato- 140 participants and they range from As his group searches for the shark's brain, Pender Johnson
may be made online at my and physiology. kindergarteners to eighth-graders. uses a pair of tweezers to hold up an eye.
and Ferb. The platypus is Using crayons and a i r ment: "Did not go through
stationed in the window, smattering of watercolor, veto the public school construc-
watching the world go by he also drew and colored tion process."
Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. From Page 1A with a careful eye. He also an abstract, multi-col- From Page 1A The organization stressed
2911 Jefferson St. Marianna embarrassed at first, he painted in a bright red- ored cat perched on a that inclusion in the report
850-372-4456 said, to try. He was afraid hot air balloon; he likes green fence. The cat is Monday, Rep. Marti Coley, was not an indictment of a
Nati on s-i s that his work wouldn't the science in what it crying; that's becausethe R-Marianna, provided the project's worthiness, rather
Nat ion Briefs look as good as someone takes to send the balloon kitty is sitting out in some following statement re- a critique 'of the statebud-
ho es t o0Se else's. But now he finds no up, up and away. bad weather. The sky garding the governor's veto get process, in which Flor-
need to compare in that The interior ofthe house above him has dark and list and specifically the ida TaxWatch spotlights
way; his effort is just as that frames the exterior forboding clouds, but Marianna school renova- items placed in the budget
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. good as anyone elses, he's view has a table with six there's some optimism tion project funding: without a proper chance
- Commuters navigated decided. chairs; those chairs rep- in the painting, too. In "Every year the House for public review/debate,
a patchwork of cars, trains Johnson is eager to fur- resent the six members the corner of the sky, the and Senate work to craft which circumvent budget
and buses along Connect- ther explore art, and he of his household. He sun is covered over a bit a budget that funds the procedures, or that benefit
icut's shoreline Monday, already has a new piece mixed different shades of with purple rainclouds needs of our state. Part of a limited special interest or
encountering lengthy inthe works.It would bea blue to create the sky out- but yellow streaks are the process includes this local area.
delays as authorities painting of his mother as side. In making his clay showing through and last phase of review by the In addition to the $6-
probed the cause of a train an angel; but she wouldn't turtle, Benefield said he the sun is smiling. He's Governor. Although I cer- million project killed in
collision that disrupted have wings, he said. He learned that math can be coming out behind the tainly am disappointed, I Jackson County, Calhoun
one of the nation's oldest and -his six brothers and not only useful, but fun. storm. Johnson thinks his look forward to reviewing County projects vetoed
and most heavily traveled sisters would be lifting He's been in Menacoff's nana will like the piece, the budget request to see from the state budget in-
railways. her skyward, instead. classes before, and said laminated by his teacher if we can address concerns clude $649,000 for court-
Rail service from Con- He plans to give her his he's learning more and so it will last. Nana loves and try again next year." houge renovation/re-
necticut to NewYork currentworks as apresent more in his art, includ- cats, he said. While disappointing pairs and $400,000 for
City, along with Amtrak this week when he gets to ing the fact that there's And he loves art, to some, Scott's veto of Liberty Hospital facility
between Boston and New take them home from the more than one way to do he's found out. "I like the school project wasn't renovations/upgrades.
York, was expected to art show his school put a thing. making things with my a complete surprise to With this latest funding
resume by Wednesday on Monday in the library Sammy Johnson is a 9- hands," he explained. In those following the budget stall, the old- school build-
morning rush hour, five to showcase his work year-old artist who took art, he said, "if you want process. ing on Daniels Street will
days after the derailment and that of fellow artists, Menacoff's course. He your hand gooey, it can Florida TaxWatch on remain vacant, but despite
and crash injured scores of like 12-year-old Dacota made a clay bowl deco- be gooey." Thursday released its an- its bare walls, Wiggins says
passengers. Benefield. rated inside with a choco- He'd like to take Men- nual "Turkey .Watch Re- the property's shell is in
Benefield drew and late ice cream cone-one acoff's class again next port," in which it identified ,good shape to withstand
L ers to get BOSton painted a platypus in the' of his very favorite treats. year. "It'd be awesome," 107 member projects, or the wait for money to move
suspect prison files scene of his 'through the The outer rim of the bowl he said. "Cool beans." "budget turkeys," and rec- forward. In the meantime,
window' piece. He did was trimmed out in a-se- The art class was made possible ommended them for veto neighbors will be glad to
BOSTON- A judge that as a nod to the detec- ries of three-dimensional through a National Endowment by the governor. The $6 know that the school board
approved a request tive character in one of his designs he made with a for the Arts via a grant to the Very million for Jackson County will continue to maintain
Monday by Boston Mara- favorite shows, Phineas pencil eraser. Special Arts of Florida fund. was on the list, with a com- the campus grounds.
thon bombing suspect
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's de-
fense attorneys to receive uin the case. It was found trieved it and found that it a car in the garage. The lins "finally turned away
records compiled on him in the kitchen sink of the was loaded with the safety officer reported that, as ... with the weapon and
in federalprison. Wesley home. lock off. he was giving the order placed it back into the
U.S. Magistrate Judge "From Page 1A Authorities said that Authorities laid out all to stop all action, Collins pickup truck."
Marianne Bowler said home also told authorities Wesley's wife stated that the circumstance in a was walking toward a gray The officer said he then
in her order that prison that Wesley put a knife to her father, Larry Collins, complaint. Ford pickup truck and that ordered Collins to lay face
officials should give at- his wife's throat. arrived at her home while According to the com- he retrieved a shoulder- down on the ground and
torneys the daily activity She said Wesley also she and her husband were plaint, the responding fire style shotgun from the that Collins complied after
logs, suicide watch logs, called her mother and engaged in their alterda- officer had heard male truck. The officer reported multiple commands to do
psychology data files, pho- told her that "she needed tion and intervened, voices arguing over the that Collins "turned it so.
tographs, commissary files to come and get her be- The father-in-law's trou- sound of the idling mower in the direction" where Wesley told authorities
they requested, and other cause he was going to ble with the law began af- and, as he reached to turn Wesley and the other that Collins had entered
records. kill her," according to ter officers arrived, the mower off, saw Wesley family members were his home "and began to
The judge said prosecu- the complaint. Police say According to the com- pushing Collins from the standing. The officer wrote batter him" and that he,
tors also are entitled to the that the mother gave a plaint filed against 55- garage. Following them that "Collins was try- Wesley, had then escorted
records, turning downa corroborating account of a year-old, Larry Collins, au- were Wesley's wife and ing to influence (Wesley) his father-in-law out via
defense request that the conversation she had with thorities have charged him three children. to come towards him." the garage. Officials not-
records not be provided Wesley. with aggravated assault The officer said he heard The office drew his ser- ed that they declined any
to the government until Police said in the com- with a firearm because he Wesley telling Collins vice weajion at that point charges such as burglary
the defense had a chance plaint that, while the wom- got a shotgun out of his to get out of his home and told Collins to drop or battery against Collins
-to file objections to a an's body had no signs of truck after police arrived and not to return. Then, the shotgun, according to because they determined
judge. She also found no a physical confrontation, at the scene and at first re- the officer told both men the complaint. The officer that he had entered the
reason to keep private the evidence supported her fused to relinquish it. Of- to cease their actions, ac- reported that he gave this home in fear for his daugh-
defense's sealed request. statement. A butcher knife ficers noted that, after he cording to the complaint, command approximately ter's life and in an effort to
From wire reports. was taken into evidence put it back inside, they re- Mr. Wesley remained near four times before Col- defend her.

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Huge tornado hits Oklahoma City suburb, kills 51

The Associated Press school, heard reports of open gas lines posed a
the approaching tornado risk in the aftermath of the
MOORE, Okla. A and ran to the school, system.
monstrous tornado at least where his 5-year-old foster Monday's powerful tor-
a half-mile wide roared son, Aiden, attends classes. nado loosely followed the
through the Oklahoma Rushing believed he would path of a killer twister that
City suburbs Monday, flat- be safer there. slammed the region in
tening entire neighbor- "About two minutes af- May 1999.
hoods and destroying an ter I got there, the school The weather service es-
elementary school with a started coming apart," he timated that Monday's
direct blow as children and said. tornado was at least a half-
teachers huddled against The students were placed mile wide. The 1999 storm
winds up to 200 mph. At in the restroom. had winds clocked at 300
least 51 people were killed, Douglas Sherman drove mph.
and officials said the death two blocks from his home Kelsey Angle, a weather
toll was expected to rise. to help rescue survivors. service meteorologist in
The storm laid waste "Just having those kids Kansas City, Mo., said it's
to scores of buildings in trapped in that school, that unusual for two such pow-
Moore, a community of really turns the table on a erful tornadoes to track
41,000 people south of lot of things," he said. roughly the same path.
the city. Block after block THEASSOClATEDPRESS Tiffany Thronesberry It was the fourth tormado
lay in ruins. Homes were A child is pulled from the rubble of the Plaza Towers Elementary School in M e Ok d said she got an alarm- tohit Moore since 1998. A
crushed into piles of bro- passed along to rescuers Monday, May 20. A tornado as much as a mile wide with winds up to ing call from her mother, twister also struck in 2003.
pans sd to a trwdcks wt winds uto g ca lfrom hxrrel, aoter, twi sendalso s vcks in 2
ken wood. Cars and trucks 200 mph roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods, Barbara Jarrell, after the Monday's devastation
were left crumpled on the setting buildings on fire and landing a direct blow on an elementary school. tomado. in Oklahoma came al-
roadside. "I got a phone call from most exactly two years
The National Weather Oklahoma Gov. Mary time to establish commu- At Plaza Towers Elemen- her screaming,'Help! Help! after an enormous twister
Service issued an initial Fallin deployed 80 Na- nications between rescu- tary School, the storm I can't breathe. My houseis ripped through the city
finding that the tornado tional Guard members to ers and state officials, the tore off the roof, knocked on top of me!'" Thrones- of Joplin, M., killing 158
was an EF-4 on the en- assist withsearch-and-res- governor said. down walls and turned berry said. people and injuring hun-
hanced Fujita scale, the cue operations and acti- In video of the storm, the the playground into a Thronesberry hurried to dreds more.
second most-powerful vated extra highway patrol dark funnel cloud could mass of twisted plastic and her mother's house, where That May 22, 2011, tor-
type of twister. officers. be seen marching slowly metal. first responders had al- nado was the deadliest in
More than 120 people Fallin also spoke with across the greenlandscape. Children from theschool ready pulled her out. Her the United States since
were being treated at hos- President Barack Obama, As it churned through the were among thb dead, mother was hospitalized modern tornado record
pitals, including about 70 who offered the nation's community, the twister but several stu nts were for treatment for cuts and keeping began in 1950,
children, help and gave Fallin a di- scattered shards of wood, pulled alive fromn the rub- bruises. according to the National
Rescuers launched a des- rect line to his office. pieces of insulation, aw- ble. Rescue workers passed Search and rescue efforts Oceanic and Atmospheric
perate rescue effort at the Many land lines to nings, shingles and glass the survivors down a hu- were to continue through- Administration. Before
school, pulling children stricken areas were down all over the streets. man* chain to the triage out the night. Joplin, the deadliest mod-
from heaps of debris and and cellphone traffic was Volunteers and first re- ceniter inthe parking lot. Oklahoma City Police ern tornado was June 1953
carrying them to a triage congested. The storm was sponders raced to search James Rushing, who lives Capt. Dexter Nelson said in Flint, Mich., when 116
center. so massive that it will take the debris for-survivors. across the street from the downed power lines and people died.

More Obama aides Attacks hill 95 in Iraq, hint of Syrian spillover
ew of R S au dit The Associated Press Wbeen worsening since
tBAGHDAD Iraq's. gan expanding protests
wave of bloodshed sharp- over what they say is mis-
O b am a n ot ly escalated Monday treatment at the hands of
with more, than a dozen the Shiite-led government.
The Associated Press when is keeping the focus car bombings across the Many Sunnis contendthat
of the IRS controversy on country, part of attacks much of the country's cur-
WASHINGTON White theWestWing. that killed at least 95 peo- rent turmoil is rooted in
House chief of staff Denis When Carney first ad- pjle and brotight echoes the policies of al-Malikis
McDonough and other dressed the matter last of past sectarian carnage government, which they
senior advisers knew in week, he said only that and fears of a dangerous accuse of feeding sectar-
late April that an impend- Ruemmler had been told spillover from Syria's civil ian tension by becoming
inmg report was likely to say around April 22 that an war next door.' more aggressive toward
the IRS had inappropri- inspector general audit The latest spiral of Sunnis after the U.S. mili-
ately targeted conservative was being concluded at a violefice which has THEASSOCIATEDPRESS tarv withdrawal in De-
groups, President Barack Cincinnati IRS office that claimed more- than 240 Civiliasns inspect the scene of a car bomb attack in cemer 2011.
Obama's spokesman dis- screens applications for lives in the past week Kamaliyah neighborhood, a predominantly Shiite area of Mass demonstrations
closed Monday, expanding organizations' tax-exempt carries the hallmarks of eastern Baghdad, Iraq on Monday. A wave of car bombings by Sunnis, which began
ioc ross Sag a id negb o and'rkey whgin g h e agternn
the circle of top officials status. He 'said the audit the two sides that brought across Baghdad's Shiite neighborhoods and in the southern in December, have largely
who knew of the audit be- was described to the coun- nearly nonstop chos to city of Basra killedand wounded dozens of pople. been peaceful. However,
yond those named earlier. sel's office "very broadly." Iraq for years: Sunniinsur- claims of responsibility for The U.S. and its Western the 'number of attacks
But McDonough and But on Monday, Carney gents, including alQaida's the current flare-up of vio- allies strongly support Syr- rose sharply after a deadly
the other advisers did not said lower-ranking staffers branch in Iraq, and Shiite lence, cappedbyMonday's ia's political opposition, security, crackdown on
tell Obama, leaving him to in the White House coun- militias defending their, body count that was the but have been reluctant to a Sunni protest camp in
learn about the politically sel's office first learned of newfound power after highest death toll for a sin- significantly boost wep- northeri Iraq on April 23.
perilous results of the in- the report one week earlier, Saddam Hussein's fall. gle day in 10 months. Yet ons flow to rebel fighters Hours after Monday's
ternal investigation from on April 16. When Ruem- But the widening shad- some analysts believe it's because of worries over Is- stunning blitz of attacks
news reports more than mler was later alerted, she ow and regional brinks- difficult to separate Iraq's lamic militants who have stretching from north
two weeks later, officials was told specifically that manship from Syria's deep sectarian suspicions joined the anti-Assad bri- of Baghdad to the south-
said. the audit was likely to con- conflict now increasingly. from the Shiite-Sunni split gades. But the deepening ern city of Basra al-
The apparent decision to clude that IRS employees threaten to feed into Iraq's over Assad, which has also refugee crisis in the re- Maliki accused militant
keep the president in the improperly scrutinized or- sectarian strife, height- let to clashes in Lebanon. gion, .along with concern groups of trying to exploit
darkunderscorestheWhite ganizations by looking for ening concerns that Iraq "Iraq now has moved over spillover violence, is Iraq's political instabil-
House's cautious legal ap- words like "tea paty" and could be turning toward, into a bigger circle that often cited by Arab states ity and vowed to resist
proach to controversies "patriot." Ruemmler then civil war, covers Syria and Leba- and Turkey urging greater attempts to "bring back
and reflects a desire by top told McDonough, deputy The Shiite-led govern- non," said Baghdad-based Western intervention, the atmosphere of the
advisersto distance Obama chief of staff Mark Chil- ment of Prime Minister political affairs analyst Sectarian tensions have sectarian war."
from troubles threatening dress, and other senior ad- Nouri al-Maliki must bal- Hadi Jalo.
his administration. visers, but not Obama. ance its close ties. with Al-Maliki is not only
Obama spokesman Jay A new Pew Research Iran -the main regional worried about his Sunni
Carney defended keeping Center poll shbws 42 per- ally of Syria's Bashar Assad rivals possibly deepening
the president out of the cent of Americans think and its position amopng their involvement in the
loop on the Internal Rev- the Obama administration fellow Arab League mem- rebel causein Syria, said
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HI Beef O'Brady's caps off perfect season
Jackson County football
teams will wrap up their DSI K
spring sessions this week, with BYDTIN KENT league, Sterlin wasteil no time
Graceville and Marianna both exerting his dominance over
playing jaborees, and Sneads the competition, finishing the
playing an intra-squad game. Beef O'Brady's AAA Marian- year with 62 strikeouts in 26
Graceville will face Holmes na Dixie Youth baseball team innings pitched while only sur-
County in Bonifay on Thursday capped off its incredible season rendering seven hits.
night at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the MERE com- Younger brother Waylon was
Marianna will go to Rickards plex, beating Farm Bureau 21-2 excellent as well, striking out
HighScholto face FAMU for a to finish a perfect the year with 43 batters and giving up just six
half startingat5:30p.m. before a perfect 12-0 record. H hits in 17 innings of work.
taking on Rickards for a half Second-year coach Lee Tern- "When you have a pair of
starting at 6:45 p.m. pies said that he couldn't be brothers go out and strike out
FAMU and Rickards will cap more impressed with what he over 100 batters in a single sea-
off the night against each other saw from his team this year. son, your job gets pretty easy,"
at 8p.m. "I've been doing this a long Temples said.
Sneads will host an intr- time and I've never seen a team Four other pitchers combined
squad game Tuesday at 6p.m. so dominant," he said. for 23 strikeouts and only four
SChid s Swiming The team finished the season hits in just eight innings of re- MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
aoutscoring.opponents by an as- lief, led by Deacon Temples' The Beef Brady's AAA Marianna Dixie Youth baseball team finished thd
tounding margin of 146-25, nine strikeouts and no hits in 3 season with a perfect 12-0 record. They are from the left, front row Jacob
ChipolCollege will offer The pitching was anchored by 2/3 innings, with Garrett Roper, Crenshaw, Waylon Crumpler, Noah Shores, Deacon Temples, William Carrel
children's swimming lessons a pair of talented brothers: Ster- Bo Ham, and Noah Shores all and Ryquise Robinson. Second row, Josh Allen, Dylan Tyus, Garrett Roper,
for ages 4 and up as scheduled lin and Waylon Crumpler. Hogan Spencer, Bo Ham and Sterlin Crumpler.The back row is coaches Troy
on thefollowing dates: Session In his second season in the See PERFECT, Page 6B Roper, Lee Temples and Cookie Ham.
une3-13 with a registration
deadline of May 30; Session 2:
June 17-27 with a deadline of
June 13. Dun FOOTBRI
Classes are available at 10
a.m. or 7 p.m. Sessions include
eight 45-minute classes which
meet Mo"nday through Thurs-
Bulldogsost of regular swimmingagainst FAMU and Rickardses-

sons, BYDUSTINKENT each other for a half to con teams athletically which is Beach said that getting hisPre-registration is
required with a $ late registra-
tion feeMarianna Bu. For more information,or regular season, give us a test athletically." shouldpay dividends in the
call 718-2473 or visit www.

Chipola baseball coach Jeff
Johnson will offer three camps:
a pitching camp that will meet
June 1011, a hitting camp June
12-13, and a skills camp June
he ickardsps are for ages 7-18conclusion of (AMU or Rickards) or any an upgraded schedule that wet."
and all cost $100,like that Beach said. features just one gthoughame against
Grand Slam Speciall play "I know theyre great football 1A competitforn. See SPRING, Page 6B
three camps is $250a
All basebalicamps meet from
9 am. to noon.
For more information,

contact Chipola assistant
alocal, recreational swim team
for boys and girls ages 4-18,
Practices are heldfro m.

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Thursday throughAugust at
Chipola College Pool.
Meets are held on Saturdays
throughout the sumnier.
Registration is oper Al we e
require is thatIndiana the swimmer
swim one full pool length (25
yards) and that childreis arguably enjoying the best "To be able to have a undchance
10 have parental supervision
during practic~es
The registration fee of reer to to ompete gnt tee guy, 35
cost of life guards and, rlay Justin Kent carries the ball during a Marianna High School footbai l practice Monday afte z past thoon.
events at meets. Team T-shirts

ditonal $5 nd $15 for- Bulldogs face stifftest against FAMU acould Rickards
members. Pool membership
is also required by Chipola BY DUSTIN KENT each other for a half to con- teams athletically, which is Beach said that getting his

is stang practice for the sum-t get an out dur will exhibition or regular season, give us a test athletically." s hould pay dividends in the
merseasoni inat 29-38; ThursSneads Monday night with a trip to Marianna coach Mark BeachE. serieason, while the 2A Baby Rat- "You've got tBOSH, Pagose yo6Bur
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Olympics Bosh and moments later, he was
os gone-for the series.
E FE P aS .e o Bosh returned during the
oFrom Page 1B East finals against the Bos-
imprint on the series. And ton Celtics, and the Heat
sit's funny how things come said after that series that
back around. I'm going to without him, they prob-
get another shot. So I'm ably wouldn't have even
just thankful to be healthy gotten a shot to face and
and be able to play and ultimately beat the Okla-
we'll see what happens." homa City Thunder in the
The irony of the play NBA Finals.
where Bosh got hurt- and "It's big-time," James said
where Miami's title hopes of having Bosh around for
almost evaporated was this series. "He's an All-
that it was a sensational Star. Multiple All-Star. We
move. didn't have him last time
He caught a pass from we faced them. He's the
LeBron James near the top wild-card for us, the way
of the key, took one hard he's been rebounding this
dribble, drove past Hib- postseason and shooting
bert, outstretched his left the ball brings a whole new
arm and slammed the ball dynamic to our team."
home while getting fouled There may be other
by the Pacers' center. The matchups that commarid
contact was minor. The re- more attention going into
sult was a fluke. this series, like the one
Bosh felt intenise pain between "James and Paul
around his abdomen, and George, or maybe Dwyane
remained on his hands Wade and Lance Stephen-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and knees on the court son, or even the X's and O's
In this file photo, Russian President Vladimir Putin (right) listens to the state-controlled natural gas monopoly azprom CEO for several seconds after chess match that. will en-
Alexei Miller as they tour the newly opened alpine ski center that will be used in the 2014 Olympics at Krasnaya Polyana in the dunk. James came sue .between Miami coach
the southern Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi. over and tapped him on Erik Spoelstra and Indiana
the backside. Mike Miller coachFrankVogel.
grabbed at Bosh's arm, But the Bosh vs. Hibbert
Russian elite foot most of Winter Games ready to pull him off the battle might be the one
floor. After a few moments, that decides who repre-
The Associated Press coons' participation as a and take on projects that Basic Element plans to Bosh slowly pulled himself sents the East in the NBA
sort of tax imposed by the are important for top offi- convert the Olympic vil- to his feet, a~id even made Finals.
SOCHI, Russia The president. cials," said Vladimir Milov, lage into apartments the subsequent free throw When Hibbert scores at
mountains, of Sochi are "If you want e carry on an economist and former and the sea port into a for the Hibbert foul. least 14 points, the Pacers
now home to Potanin's doing business in. Russia, deputy energy minister marina. The pain didn't subside, are 11-2 in playoff games.
slope, Gazprom's gon- here's the tax you need to who also is now part of the Even so, some tycoons
dola lift and Sberbank's pay the kind of a tax anti-Putin opposition. are grumbling that they
ski jump. The nicknames that he wants you to pay," The tycoons and state- have been hit up with un- fear of striking out,e these
used bylocals and an army Kasyanov, now an opposi,- owned companies dis- expected demands that kids really caught fire at the
of construction workers tion leader, told The Asso- miss claims that they were are stretching their funds plate. While there certainly
leave no doubt about who ciated Press. pressured to invest in So- more than anticipated. From Page 1B were some strikeouts along
is paying for the 2014Win- This is particularly true chi or that they did so in Their balance sheets have contributing as well. the way, the kids stayed ag-
ter Games: Russia's busi-' of those like metals ty- exchange for promises of been dragged down by a As strong as the pitching gressive and kept swinging
ness powerhouses. coons Vladimir Potanin preferential treatment. flow of requests from the was, the coach said it was the bat and making good
Other countries that and Oleg Deripaska, who Gazprom, the world's state contractor Olimp- the hitting that stood out things happen."
have hosted thie Olympics made their fortunes in the largest natural gas pro- stroi to build more infra- the most, as five different Temples credited his as-
haveoverwhelminglyused .rags-to-riches privatiza- ducer and a publicly structure than originally players hit over .400 for the sistant coaches Troy Roper
public funds to payfor the tions after the 1991 col- traded company, said in planned. year. and Cookie Ham for their
'construction of needed lapse of the Soviet Union. a written statement to the Potanin started building Second-year player Gar- contributions to the team's
venues and new infra- For 'others who have AP that its work in Sochi- his Roza Khutor ski resort rett Roper led the team success, as well as the par-
structure. The Russian grown fabulously wealthy is "both a business proj- even before Sochi was 'with a gaudy .696 average ents of the players.
government, however, has since Putin came to power ect and serious social re- picked in 2007 to host the while striking out only The coach said that ev-
gotten state-controlled in 2000, the 2014 Olym- sponsibility." Gazprom's, 2014 games. He is spend- twice. erything came together
companies and tycoons pics have been a chance Sochi projects are vast. It ing $2.5 billion, including Sterlin Crumpler hit.632, for the team from top to
to foot m6re than half of to reap the profits through is building a pipeline to $500 million oninfrastruc- Waylon Crumpler .550, bottom.
the bill, which now stands lucrative state contracts. bring gas supplies to the ture required by the Inter- Deacon Temples .500, and "I was just very blessed
at $51 billion and makes Most of the projects the Sochi area, a power sta- national Olympic Com- Jacob Crenshaw finished this year. Ihad great asg
the 2014 Winter Games tycoons are involved in tion in a Sochi suburb, an mittee. In addition,, the at .444. sistant coaches, the best
by far the most expensive are not profitable and Alpine ski resort, one of Alpine resort had to close In addition, Bo Ham led group of parents I have
Ol mpics hi history. of many businessmen are the three Olympic villages to tourists for months at a the team in extra base hits, ever been involved with,
contrast, the much-larger making no secret of the and a cross-country ski- time while hosting Olym-. including four home runs, and I had. a group of boys
2012 Summer Olympics in losses they are incurring. ing and biathlon center. 'pic tests events during the with three of the inside- that loved the game and
London cost about $14.3 But anyone who does Its total costs run to $3 past two winter seasons, the-park variety and the loved to win and play
billion and the 2008 Sum- business in Russia today billion. costing it $32 million in fourth a monster shot over hard," he said. "What more
mer Games in Beijing cost is acutely aware of the Andrei Elinson, deputy lost revenueeach month the left field fence. could you ask for?"
-about $40 billion: importance of maintain- general director at Deri- it was closed, according "I've been around this Temples will next coach
For President Vladimir ing good relations with paska's basic Element in- to Roza Khutor general di- league and in travel ball the Marianna AAA All Star
Putin, the games have the government .- and vestment vehicle, insists rector Sergei Bachin. leagues for a while and this team in.the upoming dis-
been a matter of pride. He especiallywith Putin. The its Sochi projects were all When Potanin's Inter- is the first time I've seen trict tournament starting
has entrusted the coun- tycoons. remember well designed to be prtfitable. ros holding company first one hit over the fence at June 7 in Bonifay.
try's top businessmen how Putin in 2008, with The company is building committed to the games, this level," Temples said of It's an opportunity the
with Sochi's-key projects. one verbal attack, sent an Olympic village and a "we had no idea what ex- the 9-year-old Ham, who coach said he is very much
He himself is spending in- the stock of metals com- seaport and has just fin- actly would be required still has one more year to looking forward to.
creasing amounts of tiame pany Mechel tumbling 40 ished revamping the Sochi from us," Bachin said. play at the AAAlevel. "I'm very ekxited. We
in the southern Russian percent, cutting $6 bil- airport, for a combined Now delivering every- "I went into .-this year have a great.group of kids
city, hosting world leaders lion from its shareholder cost of $1.4 billion. thing on time has become preaching swing that bat," and I thinkwe will be very
at his luxurious presiden- value. "We are astrategic inves- "a matter of honor," he the' coach said. 'At this competitive if we can con-
tial palace. "Russian big business is tor in the area. We believe said. Still, looking back, level, we have so many tinue to hit well arid throw
Mikhail Kasyanov, a for- heavily dependent on the in the development of the Bachin said Roza Khutor kids that refuse to swing strikes," he said. "I have a
mer prime minister under government and often has area on the whole," Elin- should not have been so the bat for fear of striking great group of assistants
Putin, described the ty- to follow Putin's requests son said. After the games, compliant. out. Every day I preached that are very knowledge-
about swinging the bat able about the game. We
and making good things took a day to celebrate,
Sas the regular season, but how the Marianna Bull- ing the spring, though happen. My mantra has al- but now we've got to get
getting players ready for dogs respond to two high- rising junior running ways been to never let the right back to work. We're
the speed and physicality caliber football teams. back Teon Long will be fear of striking out prevent ready to get out there and
From Page lB of live competition is a "I know (the players) held out Thursday as a you from doing something represent the city of Mari-
Rickards and FAMU 'challenge for all coaches are excited about it. With precaution, incredible. anna and give it all we've
present contrasting inspring, these guys, they don't It's indicative .of the "Once I got them over the got.",
styles of attack, with the Beach said that it's hard back down from any chal- primary motive of all
Raiders spreading the to quantify how ready any lenge. They want to play high school coaches in
field and throwing the team is for game action, other teams. They're tired the spring: getting to the
ball with regularity, while but he is loking forward of beating up on them- summer in one piece.
the Baby Rattlers sport a to seeing how his play- selves. They just want to "The biggest concern
Wing-T offense and gets ers react to getting chal- get out there and get suit- is not getting anyone
their athletes on the edge lenged by quqlity teams. ed up. Everyone will get a hurt in these situations,"
more with the running "We just have to get out shot to get out there and Beach said. "Every6ne
game. and play. I want to see play.' We'll get some film wants a test, but you also
Preparation for spring how the guys respond to on them and see where want to be safe. We're not
games typically isn't adversity," he said."We've these guys stand up." willing to risk anything
nearly as exhaustive from got two physical, athletic, The coach said that for something in May.
an 'X and O' standpoint and well-coached teams the team hasn't suffered You don't win anything in
for high school coaches to play, so I want to see any major injuries dur- May; we all know that."

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