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Chamber hires CEO, puts SCHOOL BOARD OKs

Russ House on open market CAG

Staff Report CEO. Massey spent several years
working with Waste Management
The Jackson County Chamber and opted for an early retirement
of Commerce has hired one of its from the company lastAugust. Most
volunteers as interim president recently has worked under contract
and chief executive officer of the with another waste company in
organization. Georgia..
Its board of directors voted unani- The Chamber also announced
mously at their May session to have other news Tuesday it has offi-
Jeff Massey assume the job, and he cially put the historic Russ House
started Monday. He is vacating his on the open market for sale to the -MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
volunteer position as vice chairman public. The asking price is $650,000. embers of the aackson County
elect, but the board has not filled The property fbr that price n mber of mr .e. oins.
that slot as of today. He will be paid cludes a 20-space parking lot and School Board discuss proposed
at a rate of $52,000 a year as CEO. the smaller house next door, which l e changes to the Code of Student
He replaces Art Kimbrough, who re- the Chamber purchased a few years Conduct, Tuesday in Marianna.
signed and left the position in April back. It is being listed with many lo-,
after 10 years in the job. cal Realtors. The Chamber has said From left, are Charlotte Gardner, Chris Johnson, Kenny
Massey said it is his understand- that maintenance and insurance on Griffin, Stacy Goodson and Dr. Terry Nichols. Bya 3-2 vote
ing that the Chamber will review the 1895 structure has become too (Johnson and Goodson against), the board adopted an
his performance over an unspeci- expensive for it to continue absorb- MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN administrator-proposed dress code that defines accept-
fled period of time and that the job ing. The Chamber has said it wants Jeff Massy Was named as the Jackson able student attire as khakis and golf shirts. The policy was
could either become his for the long to focus more of its resources on County Chamber of Commerce's new amended in session to includebelts and "plain jeans" Start-
haul, or the organization could look president/chief executive, officer' ing in the fall, the new rules willbe enforced districtwide, for
at applications to find a long-term See CHAMBER, Page 7A Tuesday morning, all public school students, in grades 6-12.

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Vicki Steverson shows the art DD that she purcitased for her students at Bonifay tlementary School t Chipolaindividuals.
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19 $200 mini-grants you" she said in thanks MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Vicki Stevers, and on shows the art DVD that hElemen ptary told hehelps (from left) Karen Watkins, Al Green and Ken Camplto hipla
Regiof the educators Association me CRAA members at the organization's during a training session Tuesday. Similar exercises are takingTuesdaymeting

to show the organiza- their $200 gift made up part in all 67,a nof Florida's counties this week.

School also brought buy a new glockenspiel, BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER in the aftermath of Okla-
in a group of young some mallets for it and thoma City's real-world cn-
people with sparkling some egg shakers for Deputies, w firefighters, sis on Monday afternoon
faces to illustrate how her students to keep the police officers, key people a devastating tornado.
her money was spent; it rhythm as they learn from the local school sys- Jackson County Emer-

presentation of the play Lauen's colleague at Emergency Management idents were watching, too,
Little Mermaid this year. Bonifay Elementary, art center Tlesday to train on and that they would take a
The gift gave the troupe teacher Vicky Stever- two new communication lesson from the crisis it
its "wow" factor in per- son, was also there to systems theymay need this pays to be prepared.
forming for hundreds of show off the DVDs she Blountstown High School student Kayla Campbell models year as hurricane season And he explained the sys-
County school ystem. Se GRANTS, Page 7A Regional Arts Association's mini-grant, training segments, they
monitored news coverage See TRAINING, Page7A

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JACKSON COUNTY Counit Calendar

F L O R ID A N TODAY -2:30 p.m. at the Marianna One Stop Career Cen- Reunion-9 a.m. at Panhandle Pioneer Settlement
SThe Town of GrandRidge will be conduct- ter, 4636 Highway 90, Marianna. Call 718-0326. located off of Hwy 20 in Blountstown. Family will
Publisher Valeria Roberts ing flow testing that will be performed on all fire Meet Author Loyd Gilbert Gilley -5 p.m. at the gather at a covered pavilion in Sam Adkins Park
vroberts@jcfloridan.com hydrants. Call 592-4621. Jackson County PublicLibrary, Marianna Branch westside nar the ball field. Bring a covered dish or
Circulation Manager-Dena Oberskionat 2929 Green St. Gilley will share his childhood hot dogs/hamburgers to grill and sports equip-
doxr520,MSrianna, 3IServices; 4297 Liddon St. in Marianna. Call 482- memories oflife in east Jackson County during ment. Call 850-447-3053.
doberski@jcfloridan.com 3220 the forties and fifties. His memoir "Backfields of a Alford Community Health Clinic Hours 10
My Memory" is an account of life on his parents' a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in
CONTACT US "5 Steps to Rapid Employment" Workshop -9 one mule, forty acre farm near Grand Ridge; Call Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients
Telephe: 850-526-3614 a.m.- noon at the Marianna One Stop Career Center, 482-9631. without medical insurance treats short-term
4636 Highway 90, Marianna. Call 718-0326. FR Y A 42 6
FAX:Telepne: 850-48526-3614 4636 Highway 90, Marianna. Call 718-0326 )) Alcoholics Anonymous- Closed discussion, illnesses and chroniq conditions. Appointments
ma rial: 8 FL3244f ))c Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon- 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins
Email:editorial@jcflorida.com 1 pm. in the AA room of First United Methodist donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance welcome. Sign in before noon.
Mailing Address: Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; )) Tripp Family Reunion-10:30 a.m. at Westgate
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447 n Internet/Email Basic Computer Class Part papers will not be signed. Park in Dothan, AL. Each family is asked to contrib-
Street Address: 2-Noon 3 p.m. at Goodwill Career Training Center, ute a covered dish of vegetables or dessert. Call
4403 Constitution Lane 4742 Highway 90, Marianna. Free class teaches FRIDAY, MAY24 326-5683.
Marianna, FL32446 basic use of the internet, how to send and receive Alcoholics Anonymous en Meeting 40-
Office Hours: e-mails and how to protect your computer. Call ) Backpack for Kids Food Drive -7 May 15-24 at 5: A pi
We eda,8 Hous 5ahpt526-0139. Cottondale Elementary School. This student-orga- 5:30 p.m. in the AA roomn of First United Methodist
Weekdays, 8 am.to 5p.m. of Trustees Regular nized drive collectSnon-perishablefood items to be Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
SJackson Hospital Board of Trustees Regular, used in a JCSB supplemental nutrition program for
MISS YOUR PAPER? Monthly Finance Committee and Board Meet- children in need. SUNDAY, MAY 26
ings -5p.m. in the Hudnall Building Community
You should receive your newspaper no later Room. Call 718-2629. The Town of Grand Ridge- will be conduct- P Annual Mears, Meares and Meers Family
than 6 am. If it does not arrive, call Circula- ing flow testing that will be performed on all fire Reunion -10 a.m.at Panhandle Pioneer Settle-
tionbetween6a.m.andnoon,Tuesday to THURSDAY MAY 23 hydrants. Call 592-4621. ment located off of Hwy 20 in Blountstown. Family
Friday, and7 a.m. toll a.m. on Sunday. The The Town of Knitters Nook -10 a.m. at the JacksonCounty will gather at th* Frink Gym. Bring a covered dish
SThe Town of Grand Ridge will be conduct- Public Library, Marianna Brnch. New and experi- to 'share, drinks and paper goods will be furnished.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) ing flow testing that will be performed on all fire enced knitters are welcomed. Call 482-9631. Special door prizes will be awarded. Call 850-447-
is published Tuesday through Friday and hydrants. Call 592-4621. T F3053.
) Tripp Family Reunion, Family of the late
Sunday mornings; Periodical postage paid a Jackson County Growers Association/Mari- Robert (Jake) Tripp and the late Trussie Lee Bel- Tripp Family Reunion-11 a.m. at the St. Mat-
at Marianna, FL. anna, City Farmer's Market -7 a.m.-noon at lamy Tripp -5 p.m.at the Cottondale Recreation thew M.B.C. in Cottondale. The guest speakerwill be
Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits Park. This event will be a "Meet and Greet" fish fry. Elder Willie C. Cowart of Atlanta, GA: Call 326-5683.
and vegetables grown by local farmers. There will be reunion events May 24-26. Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Chipola Civic Club's Memorial Day Weekend Call 326-5683. -- 6:30 p.m at 4349W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 Kick off Picnic -noon at Madison St. Park in a Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship (in one-story.building behind 4351W. Lafayette St.).
for three months; $62.05for six months Marianna. Men and women who served in theU.S. Center 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult, Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop
months; Armed Forces and their families will be honored and tee' meetings to overcome hurts,habits and drinking.
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include recognized, as well as local Fire and Law Enforce- hang-ups" Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call n Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in
applicable state and local taxes. Mail ment Departments. Hotdogs will be served. Call 209-7856,573-1131. the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail 526-3142. Alcoholics AnonymousOpen Meeting 8-9 5429 College Drive, Graceville.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; a Job Club Noon-3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist -
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Training Center, 4742 Highway 90, Marianna. Learn Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. MONDAY, MAY 27
year. job seeking/retention skills; get job search assis- Memorial Day Ceremony-8 am.at the
tance. Call 526-0139.mony-8a.m.atthe
ADERTISN Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group- SATURDAY, MAY 25 north side of the Jackson County Courthouse. The
.ADVERTISING QQuit Smoking Now Class/Support Group- speaker will be the Reverend Will Daniels, Retired
SNoon at Jackson Hospital Hudnall Building in the Jackson County Growers Association/Man- First Serwgeant UtS Armv Followingthe ceremony
The advertiser agrees that the publisher Comminity Room. Free to attend. Curriculum anna City Farmer's Market -7 a.m.-noon at the Disabled American Veterans, Jackson County
shall not be liable for damages arising developed by ex-smokers for those who want to Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits Chapter 22 will host an open house at the D.AV.
out of errors and advertisements beyond become ex-smokers themselves. Call 482-6500. and vegetables grown by local farmers. Chapter House, 3083 DAV Lane, Marianna. The .
the amount paid for the space actually ) Employability Workshop, Mock Interviewing n Annual Mears, Meares and Meers Family public is invited to attend.
occupied.by that portion of the advertise- The submissiorn'deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
ments in which the error occurred, whether email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
such error is due to the negligence of the ...
publisher's employees or otherwise, and PO. RO1 .. 'KtI
there shall be not liability for non-inser- Polc oup
tion of any advertisement beyond the Marianna Police one woodland fire, one drug offense, 18 Cynthia Williams, 36,3845 Kynes-
amount paid for such advertisement. This artm nt medical calls, four burglar alarms, nine ville Road, Marianna, battery (domestic
newspaper will not knowingly accept or traffic stops, one criminal violence).
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- The Marianna Police Department listed mischief complaint, one ) Roxie Nicholas, 26, 5759C Fort Road,
ing which expresses preference based on the following incidents for May 20, the a trespass complaint, two fol- Marianna, battery (domestic violence).
legally protected personal characteristics is latest available report: One accident, one low-up investigations, two Desiree Jones, 26,2509 Corral Drive,
not acceptable. dead person (natural causes), one aban- '. E assists of other agencies, Alford, violation of state probation.
doned vehicle, one suspicious person, one public service calls, five a Christy Silver, 38, 897 Highway 98, East-
HOW TO GET YOUR one escort, two physical disturbances, criminal registrations, four point, grand theft.
NEWS PUBLISHED two burglar alarms, 13 traffic stops, three welfare checks, seven transports, two Baker Jeremy Matheny, 33,897 Highway 98,
NW UBLISHE larceny complaints, one criminal mis- Act transports and two threat/harassment Eastpoint, grand theft.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish chief complaint, five follow-up investiga- complaints. ) Linwood Hicks, 81, 1632 Sandbasin
news of general interest free of charge, tions, two noise disturbances, two animal Road, Grand Ridge, battery (domestic
Submit your hews or Community Calendar complaints, one sex offense, one assist of JaCktSO CoUlt violence).
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, another agency, two public service calls Cor iinal FaCilit B Marjoune Johnson-Dean, 22,1240 Conk-
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, and one threat/harassment complaint. l in St. (Apt. D), Tallahassee, fugitive from
anniversary and birth announcements. The following persons were booked into justice.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. | re the county jail during the latest reporting ) John Murphy, 51,22108 NW Navajo
Photographs must be of good quality and JacKSOn Unmy onerirS UICO periods: Lane, Fountain, hold for court.
suitable for print.The Floridan reserves the The JacksonCounty Sheriff's Office and a Dwight Holland, 48,3600 Yuma Trail, a Kevin Hickman, 45, 1345 Highway 179,
right to edit all submissions, county fire/rescue reported the following Marianna, hold for PineUllas Co. Caryville, hold for court (hold for DOC).
incidents for May 20, the latest available a Christopher Helms, 20,4770 Bartow D Christopher Hadden, 33, 5400 Bayline
GETTING IT RIGHT report: One dead person (natural causes), Road, Greenwood, violation of state Drive, Panama City, hold for court (hold for
The Jackson County Floridan's policy two missing juveniles, four abandoned probation. DOC).
is to correct mistakes promptly. To vehicles, one reckless driver, one suspi- Jerrell Lovett, 27, 2717 Brightwell Ave., Jail Population: 223
report an error, please call 526-3614 cious vehicle, two suspicious incidents, two Marianna, violation of'state probation, sale To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
Monday-Friday. suspicious persons, two escorts,,one physi- of cocaine-two counts, aggravated battery local law enforcement agency. To report a wildlife violation,
cal disturbance, one verbal disturbance, on a police officer, call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).

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suBMiTTEDPHOTO ayspring Christian Academy recently held its Tropicana
Strusa International of Marianna inducted two new members Speech Contest. First-place winners were: Wilton Pittman,
at their May 13 business meeting. The new members are Amy fifth grade and overall; Zachery Ford, sixth grade and Alana
ilton sponsored by Jill Miller and Kim Hagan sponsored by Curr, fourth grade. They will compete in the future in the county-
Tamera Hudson. Altrusa welcomes the new members and the talents wide competition. Pictured (from left) are: Dayspring Christian
they bring to the club. Pictured (from left) are Jill Miller, Amy Milton, Academy principal Lori Greg, Wilton Pittman, Zachery Ford and
Tamera Hudson, Kim Hagan, Nina Goodson, membership chair; and Alana Curr.
Carolyn Glass, Altrusa President.

Chipola College will offer

summer programs for kids
Special to the Floridan three camps. A pitching cost is $100. A grand slam
camp for ages 7-18 will special rate for all three
Swimming lessons will meet June 10-11, the cost camps is $250. All base-
be offered for all ages. is $100. Ahitting camp for ball camps meetfrom 9
Lessonis are based on a ages 7-18 will meet June a.m. to noon. For infor-
combination of nation- 12-13, the cost is $100. A mation, contact assistant
ally-recognized methods. skills camp for ages 7-18 coach Chris Hutcheson at
Children's Swimming les- will meet June 17-18, the 718-2243.
sons for ages 4 and OLD-
ER are scheduled on the A
following dates:'.Session 1,
June 3-13 with a registra-
tion deadline of Moy 30; Gas prices are going up. Here are
Session 2, June 17-27, with the least expensive places to buy
a registration deadline of gas in Jackson County, as of
SUBMITTED PHOTO -June 13. Classes are avail- Tuesday afternoon
The Sunland Swingers glide through their routine much to the delight of theCourtyard able at 10 a.m. -or 7 p.m. 1. $3.31,Travel Center,2112 U.S.
residents. Sessions include eight 71S., Marianna
eSo ea* 45-minute classes which 2.$3.34, McCoy's Food Mart,
Thursday for two weeks. 3. $3.34, Tom Thumb., 3008A
Squire dancers entertamis me Monday thoh8 St
Cost of regular swimming: Jefferson, Marianna
lessons is $55. Pre-regis- U..$3.351 BPSteelfCity2184ord
residents at The Courtyard with a 5.$3.35, Murphy Oil, 2255 U.S.
$5 late registration fee. For 71 S., Marianna
Special to the Floridan invited the Swingers to the direction of Volunteer information, call 718-2473 6. $3.35, Pilot, 2209 U.S. 71,
come out to perform and Jim Bush, who resides in or visit www.chipola.edu. Marianna
The Sunland Swing- we wer more than willing Georgia. July and August sessions 7. $3.39, Chevron, 4153,
ers Square dancing group to facilitate the trip," said For more. information will be announced at a Lafayette, Marianna
from Sunland took their Henrickson. Those in at- about the Swingers or oth- later date. 8. $3.39, Dar-Bee's Quick Stop,
show on the road 6n Tues- tendance enjoyed the per- er volunteer opportunities Chipola baseball coach 6189 U.S. 90, Cypress
day, May 14, when they formance and the Swingers at Sunland, contact Karen Jeff Johnson will offer If you see a lower price,
delighted a crowd of folks will certainly be welcomed Henrickson at 482-9371. contacttheFlor/dannewsroom
at Signature Health Care at for a return performance. at editorial@jcfloridan.com.
the Courtyard. Karen Hen- "They did an outstanding Or a LOttery
rickson, Sunland's Volun- job and we would love to :.
teer Coordinator, said the have them come back for P' I DENTIT 5 *
group's reputation makes our next specialoccasion,"E) 5/20 7 9 3 51832
them a crowd favorite, said Courtyard Activities iMon (N) 1 6-90 6-5-9O
"The Swingers work very Director Anna Neel. The u (E) 5/21 79 963 Notavaabe David Malloy
hard on their routines an* Swingers are made up of Te ,Realtor
that shows 'in their perfor- individuals who 'reside at N) 91 7-08- 9 1 2 Business: 850-258-4947
mafices. The Courtyard Sunland and are under 0 1 4 -1LL" I69 % =1PCT

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The following marriages )) Timothy Andrew Gilley Fri (E) 5/7 94 0500 59629
and divorces were re- and Anna Kathryn Dennis. H gher Prices Paid,
corded in Jackson County B Jeffrey Evan Powell Se"l"Your Gold2at...
during the week of May and Susan L. Clemmons. tSell Your Gold t..
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) David Joshua Smith ) Cecil Lindell Powell vs.
andAlyssa Kristen Sandra Ann Powell.
Williams. )) Chasity Marie Williams E n
B Carl Leon Jones, Jr. vs. Henry Ace Williams.
and Sicily Kaylene Sapp. ) Cheri Powell vs. Willis Paid on Site
n Chad M. Williams and Clinton Powell, Jr. ai on
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Application deadline for college scholarship is July 1

Special to the Floridan the field of education and enrolled as a student at classes, grades and a brief activities and affiliations, by no later than Monday,
to the community with a Chipola College majoring essay stating their past ex- including church and civic July 1. The winner will be
The family of the late $600 scholarship. To be eli- in Education with a 2.5 periences and future hopes organizations. Qualified announced by mail or by
Irene V Blaine announces gible, the candidate must grade point average. The in the area of Education. candidates should mail phone from the Chipola
that they will commemo- be a resident of Jackson or applicants must provide Applicants should also applications to 3639 Blaine Foundation on or before
rate her years of service in Washington County and proof of residency, past detail their community Drive, Marianna, FL 32446 August 3.



holds science fair
Special to the Floridan dents were instructed to
choose a topic of interest,
The Jackson County gift- research and make a hy-
ed program recently held a pothesis in order to com-
science fair for grades K-8. plete their project.
Students have been Area community lead-
learning about and prac- ers were invited to help
ticing the steps in the judge projects based
scientific method while on experimental design
conducting numerous process, data collection
scientific experiments and conclusions, and
throughout the year. Stu- presentation/interview.

Stan Scurlock (center), with the Sneads FFA, presents a check for $6,217.36 for the Viv-
FSian Ford Memorial Scholarship Fund to Donna Ford Rogers (right) during a Jackson
County School Board Workshop last week. Julie Fuqua with the Chipola College Foun-
dation is seen at left. The money came from fundraiser luncheons held in 2012 and 2013.
During the luncheons, FFA students from throughout Jackson County and Calhoun'County
prepared pork chop plates that were then sold to school faculty and staff members as well
SUREo HOTO as some area businesses.
Kindergarten through third grade first-place winners were
Payton Edenfield and Georgia Lassman, "Do Dogs Prefer Color
WhEat" FAMU hazing suspect files plea

The Associated Press They included the hir-
ing of Sylvester Young,
ORLANDO, The at- 1969 FAMU graduate, ear-
torney for the last of the lier this month as the new
suspects charged in the band director.
death of a Florida A&M But Pam Champion said
University drum major the fact that Young is a
during a hazing ritual said FAMU band alumnus who
his client didn't have, to has acknowledged hazing
appear for an arraignment likely took place while he
Tuesday because he'd al- was at the school, shows
ready entered a written the culture hasn't properly
not guilty plea. been addressed.
First-place winners for the sixth grade were Maggie Russ- Darryl Cearnel was "I don't at all see why
Baxley, Emili Noble and Natalie Sims, "Luscious Lip Gloss:'." scheduled to be arraigned THE ASSOCIATED PRESS they would even entertain
in state court in Orlando' Pamela Champion (right) and husband Robert Champion, the fact of putting that
But attorney Anthony parents of FAMU drum major Robert Campion, Jr. flank band back on the field or
Britt said the previously attorney Chris Chestnut as they call for the university's band putting that band back in
entered.plea satisfied that to not be allowed to perform. action," she said.
Fifth-grade first-place process. he plans to begin taking made sweeping changes FAMU hasn't yet given
winners were John Mitchell Cearnel was charged initial depositions in the in an effort to end a cul- a timetable for the band's
and Noah Shores, "Air with manslaughter and coming weeks. He also ture of hazing. return.
Particle Party" felony hazing in March, hopes the judge in the
becoming the 14th for- case will set a trial date
mer FAMU band member soon."
charged in Robert Cham- Last year, Pam and 2884 JeffrsonSt.,
pion's November 2011 Robert Champion, Sr. Dn
death. turned down a;$300,000
Prosecutors say Cham- settlement offer from the 5855,
pion, who was from De- school.
catur, Ga., collapsed and Champion's death led
died after walking down to the departure of the OPEN FOR LUNCH
a gauntlet of other band band's longtime *irector,
members who beat him the abrupt resignation of CHECK OUT OUR
with fists and instruments the university's president, SPECIALS AND
on a bus parked" outside James Ammons, and the MENU ONLINE
ing a football game. of the famed marching 85482-3333
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The Associated Press which was shot recently. still not clear what pro- He's gained 50 pounds,
He spent nearly a month voked Eugene. Callers re- and though his caretakers
MIAMI A homeless in the hospital. after the ported seeing a naked Eu- would like to see him exer-
man whose face was most- I attack, before moving to gene swinging from a light cise more, he so far refuses
ly chewed off in a bizarre a long-term care facil- pole minutes before the at- to leave the facility unless
attack last year appeared ity. His doctors at Jackson tack. Lab tests found only he's going to the hospital
Tuesday to be mostly at H Memorial Hospital and marijuana in his system. to se6 his doctors, said Pa-
peace with his disfigure- the University of Miami Ruth .Charles, Eu- tricia Copalko, a certified
ment, strumming a guitar, Miller School of Medicine gene's mother, declined nursing assistant at the
makingjokes and thanking praised Poppo for his re- comment. medical center.
people for their donations silience and said he's satis- "To tell you the truth, I He also hasn't allowed
to help pay for.his care. fled with the surgeries and don't feel like going back to apyvisitors to see him, oth-
Ronald Poppo doesn't skin grafts that have closed this thing again," she said. 'er than his doctors, nurses
like to leave his hospi- his wounds. "I'm just trying to recover and therapists. Sigue said
tal room, though, and he Poppo could still use his from what happened." Poppo doesn't answer the
won't allow anyone to visit own tissues or prosthet- Poppo doesn't blame Eu- telephone in his room and
him, other than his doc- ics to replace his nose gene for what happened, hasn't wanted to talk with
tors and nurses. "My face," or eye, but he is not in- said Adolfa Sigue, nurse relatives other than a sis-
he says. terested in more facial manager at the Jackson ter, who calls the nurse's
Poppo lost his left eye, reconstruction. Memorial Perdue Medical cellphone to get through.
his nose and most of the "There's still work that Center, where he lives. "He doesn't wander out
surrounding skin when can be done, but he's m6re "The only thing that he of his room very often,"
a naked man attacked than happy with how he is always tells me is that,'I'm Copalko said, adding, "He
him for no reason along- now, and he's quite grate- sure that that man had a needs to get out and he
side a Miami highway a ful," said Dr. Wrood Kas- bad day that day,'" Sigue has refused. But also, I.get
year ago. sira, a plastic surgeon. said. it. He says, 'My face.'"
In a video posted online A facial transplant Poppo, 66, still requires Poppo's caretakers de-
Tuesday by the hospital wouldn't be necessary, daily medical care for his scribe him as a charm-
caring for him, his left eye since Poppo didn't lose wounds, and he's working ing, cooperative patient
socket is a hollow shadow, THEASSOCIATED PRESS any functions other than with occupational thera- who enjoys listening to
his blinded right eye is In this photo provided by Jackson Health System, Ronald his vision. pists and specialists from Miami Heat basketball
covered by a skin graft and Poppo, a homeless man whose face was mostly chewed off in "To put him 'through a the Miami Lighthouse for games on the radio. He can
his nose is reduced to just a bizarre attack last year in Miami, plays the guitar in his room lifetime of immunosup- the Blind to learn how to stay at the medical cen-
the nostrils. Still, Poppo at Jackson Memorial Perdue Medical Center. pression is not something adjust to his blindness. He ter indefinitely. His care is
joked with his nurses and, "People in my predica- dicament. I thank the out- he nor us think is in his can dress himself and is covered by Medicaid, and
though he wears q base- ment need to be helped pouring of people in the best interest," Kassira said. learning again to play the a Jackson Memorial Foun-
ball cap, leaves his face out, and I'm sure there's community, I'll always be A Miami police officer guitar, an' instrument he dation fund has raised
uncovered to address the other people also that grateful for that," Poppo shot and killed Poppo's at- had not picked up for 40 $100,000 for his medical
camera. have the same type of pre- said in the brief video, tacker, Rudy Eugene. It's years. expenses.

Man goes missing on 9O
Keys boatn Poll: Teens continue migrating to itter
Keys boating trip 8
KEYWEST Authori- The Associated Press public or private. published. Just over half
ties in the Florida Keys are Teens are also sharing the teens have deleted
searching for a man who WASHINGTON -Twit- much more than in the 'comments from others on
went missing during a ter is booming as a social past. their profile or account.
boating trip. media destination for More than 90 percent The researchers sur-
The Monroe County teenagers who complain of teen social media us- veyed 802 parents and
Sheriff's Office reports about too many adults ers said they have posted their 802 teens. The poll
that the U.S. Coast Guard and too much drama on a picture of theniselves was conducted between
detected 40-year-old Jay Facebook, according' to up from 79 percent July 26 and September 30,
Wesley Rydberg's emer- a new study published in 2006, the poll said. 2012, on landline and cell
gency beacon May 14 at Tuesday about online be- Seven in ten disclose the phones. The margin of er-
4:13 a.m. During a 78-hour havior. It said teens are city or town where they ror for the full sample is
search, Rydberg's beacon sharing more personal live, up from about 60 per- plus or minus 4.5 percent-
was found 33 miles north information about them- cent over the same time age points.
ofKeyWest, but there were selves even as they try period. And 20 percent
no signs of Rydberg or his to protect their online THEASSOCATED PRESS disclose their cellphone
39-foottrimaran sailboat. reputations A view ofan iPhone in Washington Tuesday, May 21, number up sharplye her DAY
-Atthe time the-beacon Teens tuld research' showingtheitterand from a mere two percent
went off, there were no re- ers there were too many pollfinds that teens are sharing more about themselves on in 2006.
ported storms in the area. adults on Facebook and social media. Even so, Parry Aftab, an
Rydberg had been living too much sharing Of teen- attorney and online child Margarita style earrings
on his boat at a Key West age angst and inane de- percent of teen social me- Instagram more often, safety advocate, says kids A halo of diamonds
marina for the past year. tails like what a friend ate dia users were on Twitter. posting a couple of pic- seem to be exercising
His sister told authorities for dinner. That's more than double tures each day and com- rhore caution about their
that he had moved from "The key is that there are the figure in 2011 of 12 municating with friends, posts.
Alaska to Florida to be fewer adults,, fewer par- percent. Facebook purchased Ins- "They are sharing. This
near his 11-year-old son, ents and just simply, less "Facebook just re- tagram last year. is their life," Aftab said in
who lives in southwest complexity," said Amanda ally seems to have more In what may be a con- an interview. "But they
Florida. He was sailing Lenhart of the Pew Re- drama," said. 16-year-old cern to parents, more than tend to be sharingperson- Sttin' $379
from Fort Myers back search Center, one of the Jaime Esquivel, a junior at 60 percent of the teens al stufffar better than they
to Key West when he study's authors. "They still C.D. Hylton High School with Twitter accounts said ever did before." Come bruy
disappeared, have their Facebook pro- in Woodbridge, Va., in an their tweets were pub- The poll suggested teens it's Margarita Time
files, but they spend less interview. lic, meaning anyone on are also taking steps to
Man gets 10 years for time on them and 'move to Esquivel said he still Twitter friend, foe or protect their reputations .,t ''
fatal street fht places like Twitter, Insta- checks his Facebook ac- stranger can see what and mask information
gram and Tumblr." count, daily but isn't us- they write and publish. they. don't want others to
JACKSONVILLE A In the poll, 94 percent of ing it as regularly as in the About one-quarter of kids see. For example, nearly oe, oMWMrs
Jacksonville man who said teens who are social me- past. He sees teens com- said their tweets were 60 percent of teen social Downtown Marianna
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Fixing financial aid

The Gainesville Sun
A 3 percent tuition increase for state colleges and
universities sounds pretty minor.
It only equates to about $93 a year more for a
student taking 30 credit hours. It seems like a reason-
able increase when Florida's tuition ranks 41st in the
nation. And following years of state funding cuts, uni-
versities could use the $18.5 million in operating funds i',ii
that the increase would generate. So
Those facts make it tempting to blast Gov. Rick Scott
Sfor consideringa veto of the proposal in the state
budget. It's unclear whether the governor even has the
power to veto such an increase, so this could provide
another example of Scott making a power grab in
higher education.
But Scott deserves credit for continuing to speak
out about college affordability. Student loan debt is
an issue that deserves attention across the nation, as V\,l
crushing debt is creating an unsustainable burden for ;
this generation of students.
Sure, Scott deserves criticism for being hypocritical in
signing a budget with $300 million in higher education
funding cuts last year at the same time.that he railed
against tuition hikes. But this year's budget restores
those cuts and provides even better news for the COtMW SOON ,, O AMA X TA
University of Florida in the form of money to propel its
national standing and other goodies.
State financial aid is another story..., P*
Scott is right to be proud that Florida's universities
rank among the most affordable in. the nation. But the I
state is also ranked 38th in the U.S. for its percentage of i r vc
need-based aid, according to the Council of 100.
We'll withhold the temptation to view Scott's possible
veto of the tuition hike as simply playing the populist A world-famous entertainer Recordings with song titles like
card in advance of his re-election campaign. But lead- -announced that, she and her "Fall in a Hole and Die," "Don't Let
ership means more than wielding a veto pen. If the gov- Lboyfriend were splitting up the Door HitYou on the Way Out,"
emor is seriously concerned about college affordability, in one of the saddest tweets I've "You Were The Thorn in My Bed
he'll pay as much attention to fixing financial aid as he ever read: "We have decided to go of Roses" and "Your Lawyer Asked
has opposing tuition hikes. our separate ways. Please respect for My Autograph." Wouldn't it be
our privacy." cynical to think this is all part of a
Contact your representatives It was quite a shock. Not that JimMl llen well-planned publicity stunt, as if
they broke up -thatwas inevi- The Village Idiot breaking up with your boyfriend is
Florida Legislature table. After all, she's a celebrity and a business decision, not a romantic
they'd been together almost six self-defeating. It's like sending out one?
State Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 5 months. Do the math. Besides,, a press release with "Please doi't There was a time when celebrities
District Office: threemonths ago she was telling print this" atthe bottom. Instead of tried to keep their images squeaky-.
Administration Building, Room 186 the hosts of the morning and after- making.them back off,.it sends the clean. They wanted publicity, but'
Chipola College noonTV shows that she had finally paparazzi and entertainment TV only the good kind: stories about
3094 Indian Circle found her soul mate and they'd shows into a feeding frenzy., them posing for pictures with fans,
Mariannra, FL 32446-1701 be together until the end of time, A good celebrity breakup is going to awards shows and host-
Coley 850-718-0047 which is the way famous people tabloid gold; it's practically the only ing charity events. "Bad" publicity
www.MyFloridaHouse.gov. ... say,"It'snot over, but it's on life thing they want to talk about. It -L a divorce, an affair, a diugbusti
..support." The eniof time tirned, pushes celebrities that have gained might end your career.
State Sen. Don Gaetz, R-District I out to be last Tuesday. weight, gotten plastic surgery and Those days went out With spats
District Office: Why it didn't work out is any- gone shopping without makeup to and top hats. Misbehaving in
4300 Legendary Drive body's guess; why does anyone fall the back pages. The only thing that public has become a career move:
Suite 230 out of love? Because they need a could be better than a celebrity a way to stand out from the clutter
Destin, FL 32541 : special pass to get on the tour bus? breakup is a royal pregnancy or a of people who only have talent
850-897-5747 Becauseshe's a workaholic with royal wedding, and how often do going for them. Sober? Monoga-
Gaet 866-450-4366 (toll free) no time for a relationship? Did'he those happen? But a good celebrity mous? Drug-free? No rap sheet?
www.FLSenate.gov think she became famous by being breakup? There's one a week. And No self-respecting talent agent
lazy? Did he think she was going to the more breakups d star has, the would touch you with a stick. Your
U.S. CongreSS ignore the fans who pay her bills more they'll get written about. career's fading? Make a scene on an
just to pay attention to him? Was it Wait! Do you think it's possible airplane. Get thrown out of a night-
U.S. Rep. SteveSoutherland II, R-2 because her manager and the mu- that an artist would break up with club. Forget you have a loaded gun
1229 Longworth House Office Building sicians treated him like a roadie? her boyfriend just to sell a few in your pants. Start an ugly scream-
Washington, DC 20515 Was it because she was sleeping CDs? It's probably just a coinci- ing match with your fiance at a
202-225-5235 with other people? dence that her latest recording crowded restaurant, then listen to
@Rep_Southerland No, I wasn't shocked that they. is about to be released and that that phone start ringing. "Can you
www.Southerland.House.gov broke up. I was shocked that she she's about to go on tour. But isn't, come to our town to sing and break
Southerland thought anyone would respect her that what happened right before up with someone?" "Can you be in
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla. privacy. Grow up, girlfriend. she released her last record? And our next movie and get arrested a
716 Hart Senate Office Building Adding "please respect our the one before that? Surely no one week before it opens? We'll make it
Washington, DC 20510 privacy" in a tweet you're send-, would break up with the love of worth your while."
202-224-5274 ing to. 4 million people is really her life just to sell a few recordings. Contact Jim Mullen at JimMullenBooks.com.

-,. u,,.A look behind the veil
Washington, DC 20510 .
@MarcoRubio j ep. Marlin Stutzman, from 'choice,' the sad reality is that the
www.Rubio.Senate.gov ,I-' Indiana, heard about Dr. Ker- abortion business depends on
Rubio JLVmit Gosniell in February and women who feel like theydon't
did what congressmen do: He went have another option. We need to
to the House floor and pleaded show compassionate action and
with the media to cover the case of offer help to the women who find
the since-convicted Philadelphia themselves in an unimaginably
abortion doctor whose filthy clinic th pe hard situation."
and horrible actions have exposed In the wake of the Gosnell verdict,
the ugly truths behind abortion, we cannot be satisfied with merely
"I werit to the floor because in- *was a Gosnell clinic four miles moving on or even simply knowing
nocetit life is worth defending," away instead of 40," he reflects. that Congress has now made moves
I Stutzman tells me. "A monster in "How many more fathers, wives, toward investigating what's hap-
Philadelphia... murdered new- teachers, doctors and public ser- pening in abortion clinics across
born babies, preyed on vulnerable vants are missing today because of the nation.
-women and stuffed bodies into. abortion?" "There is no moral distinction
EVEN ITHi(0 UH freezers, bags and cat-food tins."' The frightened teenage girl. between ending a child's life
'THEOFFICE' HAS ENDED, "The American people deserved The single inner-city mom who five seconds after birth or five
1 GOlN TO KEEP to know the truth about it, anid I has made some bad choices and weeks before," Stutzman empha-
CA LINIYO& DLIVWHT. I was seeking to raise awareness," he doesn't quite know what she can sizes. "It doesn't matter who you
says. do. The 20-something on a career are, if you can't come out and say
But that day in March when track whose boyfriend is not up to it's wrong to kill newborns, you
he found himself talking about the task of fatherhood. The busy -need to examine your conscience,"
lU .* i^ Gosnell on the House floor, he had young couple that determines it Stutzman says. The nation needs
no idea how personal an issue this is not the right time. These are all to do just that right about now,
.= would become for him. In a phone real scenarios, involving real fears, knowing that infanticide happens,
call home to his mom days later, he influenced deeply by a culture that and in the cleanest clinics and
would discover that he was the son pretends abortion is a quick fix, a hospitals, not just in a Gosnellian
of a mother who had nearly had solution to a problem, nightmare.
him aborted. The health of not just our citizens Here, perhaps we could consider
C"I could never imagine how this but our national soul demands that that even the word "abortion,"
S case would change my own life," he we do a better job, that we work which occasionally creeps out
; tells me. "When my mom told me hard to foster and nourish life, both from under the euphemisms, is a
[her story -- how her house had just in the womb and outside of it. It's euphemism in itself, similar to the
i burned down, how she was alone the only way to ensure a society military's use of "collateral damage"
E -and terrified and how she wanted that lives up to the ideals it was to mean dead civilians. We all
8 to find a way to make it 40 miles to founded upon. knowwhats really happening
I 5T/L.F_ ,| ^ get an abortion, but couldn't -- we "We have to stand for life, for here. "
5 H/21 both cried." babies and for young women like Kathryn Lopez is the editor-at-large of National
2 eff Stahr/ist. by Unival Uici for UFS "I can't help but wonder what my mom," Stutzman says. "While Review Online www.nationalreview.com. She
S 2013 Jeff Stahler/Dist. by Universal UClick for UFS would have happened if there Planned Parenthood talks about can be contacted at klopez nationalreview.com.

JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com LA L.L WEDNESDAY, MAY 22,2013 7Af-
MariannChapel Lanier-Andler A DAY LONG REMEMBERED...
3960 Lafayette Street SFuneads, Floridame ylan Smith (left) and his dad, Rodney Smith, put a
Marianna, FL 32446 850-593-9900 fresh coat of paint on a building in downtown
Phone: (850) 526-5059 Marianna last week. As they painted, Rodney

Ethel Daniel Peggy Ranew recounted how in the summer of 1964 he saw his first Ford
Durden Mustangs in the very parking lot they were working in.
Ethel Daniel, 96, of Rodney said that in 1964 the parking lot was part of an auto
Chipley went to be with her Peggy Ranew Durden, p
heavenly father on May 21, age 60, passed away sud- dealership and that, while waiting to get a haircut across the
2013. denly at her home ine saw a load of Mustangs being delivered. He added
She was a woman of Sneads, Florida. She was a street, he saw a load of Mustangs being delivered. He added
strength and dignity, and lifelong resident of Jackson that he had no idea what they were at the time and thought
she led a life committed to County, Florida and was of they could have been foreign cars.
her family and to God. She the Baptist Faith. She loved MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
was retired from the Wash- to ride, train, and show __
ington County School horses. She was also an
Board as the Lunchroom avid reader. r nt boom microphone won'superior ratings on
SManager for Kate Smith El- Peggy was preceded in stands she bought with their first tip there, and
ementary for 25 years. She death by her parents *the money. They extend she was also ableto buy
was a member of Grace As- Wayne and Kathryn Ranew From PagelA 1 the volume of her chorus some costuming pieces
sembly of God Church and her brother Jerry bought with her money. so their audiences can for a literacy class. Those
where she taught Children Ranew. They teach students enjoy them more, and the students then went in
Church arnd Sunday School Peggy is survived by her about drawing in general stands are also used at costume to perform skits
for many years. daughter Summer Durde i and in perspective, about other school assemblies. for fellow students from
Ethel was born in Palmer and husband Mi- landscape art, along with The money reaches all a book they read, "The
1916aceville, to tember. a nd Mary and two grandchildren color line and shape in students in that way, she Wizard of Oz." Because
Nichols, the oldest of nine Jaylyn and Makinlee Palm- general. said, making the reach of of those performances,
children. Her parents, er. RickyWard of Holmes the $200 gift stretch far- the money reached an
siblings Lena Pettis, Leonia Visitation with family County High School said ther than one might think estimated 1,500 students,
Peel, AJ. Nichols, Jr. 'and and friends will take place his money went to keep it could. she said.
Carrie Retherford, preced- Thursday, May 23, 2013 at building the school's Kristi Hinson ofChi- The CRAA has given
ed her in death. 9:30 A.M. CDT til, service Decades of Music collec- pley High School said her thousands of dollars
She is survived by her time at 10:30 A.M. CDT at tion, which gives children CRAA gift enabled her to through its ~nini-grant
children: J.B. Daniel (Mar- Lanier Andler Funeral exposure to music from do a couple of things she program over the years. MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
lyn), George Daniel (Gail) Home Chapel in Sneads, the 1940s through several couldn't have otherwise Another batch of teac)- Cottondale High School's
iel (Betty) of Chipley, and Inlieu of flowers the fami- more decades leading up managed; she was able to ers who were given grants Rebecca Dilmore used her
Gemelia Williams (Harold) ly would like for contribu- .to the present. purchase music for her thisyear came to the April mini-grant money to buy sev-
of Alford; 11 grandchildren; tions to be made to the Rebecca Dilmore of students to perform at a meeting of CRAA to show eral boom microphone stands
16 great-grandchildren and Partners for Pets 4011 Cottondale Elementary district ensemble com- how they had used their for the school's performers to
one great:great grand- Maintenance Drive Ma- School brought in the petition where several money, use.
daughter, her siblings Ed- rianna, Florida 32448.
ward Nichols, Rubye Fore- J &Sikes
hand, Haiel Railey (Har- Funeral Home Russ House open to the dead issue there at all; "I think the board felt
old), Mavis Smith, brother- Maddox Chapel hallber public and available for there's always an oppor- like it would be better if
in-law Junior Pettis (Mar- 4278 Lafayette Street their use and enjoyment. tunity to go in a different theyhad someone in place
Nichold sister-in-law ee Marianna, Fl 32446 From Page 1A Simply put: We've run out direction," Massey said. right now to guide things,
Her memorial service 850.482.2332 member services, of options. The. Chamber "The Russ House is offered rather than leaving the
will be held on May 24, The organization had can no longer meet the fi- for sale,, but most cer- position open over a lon-
2013 at 11:00 A.M. at Grace Amber previously offered the nancial obligation needed tainly any alternative way ger period of time in the
Assembly of God Church, Evangelina building its headquar- to properly maintain the of handling this would search process," Massey
located on Highway 77 ters-forsaletothecounty facility," he concluded. be considered. The TDC, said. "I've been vocal in the
North, with Rev. Dallas Snell at $235,000 as the potential According to the release, the county, the Chamber Chamber, and they know
Pettis 6fficiating. A.private permanent headquarters interested investors who and the Jackson County my level of commitment.
burial will be at Glenwood Amber Evangelina Snell, for Jackson County Tour- contact the chamber will Development Council are I like to think they knew
Cemetery. 18, of Marianna died Tues- ist Development Coun- receive a list of brokers in working together to bet- I'd get in there and do my
Flowers will be accepted, day, May, 21, 2013, at her cil. The house currently ,the county and their con- ter our community, and best for the Chamber. If at
or takhose who prefer ctioan home. serves at TDC headquar- tact information, along I think we've got a great some point in the future
in her honor to Grace As- Anorrangements will be an- ters and as the county's with a typical real estate relationship. I think every- the right applicant comes
sembly Children's Fund, s unc Jmes Maddox official visitors' center and' information sheet describ- body concerned wants to along, they could very
P.O. Box 40, Chipley, Fl. Chapel. the county considered but ing the property. do the right thing to move well make the decision to
32428. www.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com ultimately passed on buy- As for Massey and his the community forward. If put someone else in on a
Marianna Chapel Funer- ing the house with bed tax new role, the Chamber is- there's any fence-mend- permanent level.. .on the
al Home is in charge of ar- dollars. suedapress release outlin- ing or bridging to be done, other hand, if we have
rangements. Expressions of In a press release about ing his responsibilities will we can do that together to positive momentum, they
sympathy may be submit- the decision to list the be to boost member ser- make this a positive thing may decide that, hey, I'm
h at www.mariann Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. house, former Chamber vices, step up business ad- for the community." the person they want long-
ape 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna Chairman Mickey Gilm- vocacy, and build positive As for his new job, .term. I think there's some
-___..,_ _850-372-4456 ore explained the organi- government relations that Massey said he plans to flexibility there. We're go-
l zation's position on the will increase the Cham- work five days a week as a ing to work hard to get
victims today, please con- matter, He is currently ber's increasing represen- rule, Monday-Friday,: but some things done, and
l id-l sider making a financial the chairman of the Russ tation of all businesses, will be on duty as needed they'll eventually re-evalu-
From Page lA contribution of any size." House Disposition Task citizens, and communities for weekend events or ate." said Massey.
millions of donated items Here's how:. Force. For almost a year, in Jackson County. other circumstances. He .. "For 'me, I felt like this
arriving from all over the b Text REDCROSS to the release pointed out, the "Jeff has exhibited great doesn't have a rigid sched- was a perfect fit. I want to
country are insurmount- 90999 to male a $10 Chamber has been public- interest in and support of ule, he said, but plans to approach this in a grass-
able when the local infra- contribution. ly and privately pursuing a the Jackson County Cham- start his work days early. roots way,. talking with
structure is decimated. ) Make a contribution on variety of ownership and ber while serving on the "I'm an, early riser, so the membership and de-
Right now, there is no place line at www.redcross.org. occupancy plans with dif- board of directors," said I'll probably be, here early veloping relationships. I
to put them and no one to Make a contribution ferent local entities. Chuck Hudson, former most of the time, in the want to have a better idea
give them to. at the Central Panhandle "Continuingg to use the chairman of the chamber quiet to organize my ac- of what their needs are.
Local officials are already Chapter, 430 East 15th St., Russ House as the County board, current treasurer tivities for the day. I don't' That one-on-one relation-
asking that individuals re- Panama City, FL 32405; Visitor's Center makes forthe chamber, and chair- have any set hours, I'm ship is vital to the success
frain from sending items 850-763-6587.' sense to us, and that ap- man of the search task going to get there and stay of the 'members and the
and also from coming to The American Red Cross proach would respect the force to identify a replace- as late as I need to, to get Chamber. Shaking hands
the scene to help. is- a not-for-profit organi- tourism branding invest- ment for Kimbrough. the work done. I plan to and letting them know
The Red Cross has been zation that shelters, feeds ment that has already Massey, in addressing put my heart and soul into what we can do for them
on the ground working and provides emotional been made in the build- the Chamber's news about this.I love this community as a Chamber, and getting
with tornado victims in support to victims of disas- ing, but that option has plans to sell the Russ and my family roots are to know their concerns,
Oklahoma and Kansas for ters; supplies more than been rejected," Gilmore House, said he doesn't here.'" that's going to be a big part
several days. In the coming 40 percent of the nation's was quoted as saying. "We believe the Chamber has A Chamber search corn- of what I do to carry out
days and weeks, the Red blood; teaches skills that have tried very hard to ruled out a possible sales mittee reviewed the ap-' my job in a community-
Cross will spend millions save lives; provides inter- avoid offering this valuable deal with the county in the plications, with Massey's minded,, spirited way. We
of donated dollars seeing national humanitarian historic property publicly future, should something among them. He said he all have at least one corn-
to the basic life needs of aid; and supports military to private outside inves- be worked out before the felt his interim appoint- mon goal, to make sure
tornado victims. members and their fami- tors. It has always been the house is sold to someone ment was a decision made this is a great place to work
If you want to do some- lies. For more information, objective of the Chamber else. in part for expediency's and live. and raise a fam-
thing that helps tornado visit redcross;org. to find a way to keep the "I don't think there's a sake. ily." he said.

117,rai;- i-T The other system is Andreasen said that the predicting for the state; he to happen here' one more oriented training sessions
S used to communicate training went smoothly, says this year is following time ... that's the kind of in the future. "We've been
From Page lA information about people and that it also revealed the same pattern that hap- thing that I get very con- working with businesses
Swho would be using the some minor hitches in the pened in 2004. So we want cemrned about," he said. to try to bring them into a
about on Tuesday so that special needs shelter here systems that he would see to be ready, and we have "We all need to do every- 'whole community' doc-
they can be better pre- in the event of a weather about adjusting in the days these two new systems that thing we can to get our in- trine, where, rather than
pared to help area citizens disaster or other situation to come. can help us do an even bet- dividual friends and fami- looking out for help, we're
in times of crisis, that would displace them He said that the training ter job as far as communi- lies ready." looking into our own corn-
One system is used in- from their homes; in addi- exercise was critical to pre- cating with each other; but Andreasen said he's also munity for help. We have
temrnally by the emergency tion to its own population paring for this hurricane it can't help us unless we concerned that local busi- begun reaching out to
workers who would be of special needs shelter us- season as well as for emer- know how to use it. That's nesses are not prepared. them on this, andit's an ap-
called upon if a tornado or ers, Jackson County serves gencyresponse.in general. what it's all about," he said A structure-leveling tor- proachwe'retryingtomake
other disaster struck the as a sheltetr alternative for "We're trying to get of Tuesday's training, nado, for instance, could the stanidard for- every-
local community. Through the Gulf County popula- geared up," Andreasen Andreasen also tested leave the business crippled one. Because if you think
it, they can share and re- tion. This county was the said. "We're looking at a another system, ConsteUlla- perhaps permanently FEMA is going to march in
cord information instant- first in the state to get season like we had in 2004, tion, which allows him and -- without a "continuity: with checks the morning
ly, rather than having to hooked into the system, which was just a very ac- one other authorized per- plan" in place that would after a disaster, that ain't
scribble hurried notes on called Delta, Andreasen tive year that brought us son to request resources help them move forward gonna happen, and you
paper and walk messages said. the tornadoes from Hurri- from other agencies during swiftly with a contingency need to accept that and
back and forth as they take The participating train- cane Ivan. Ten years before a crisis, location identified and ar- prepare within. It can be
critical calls from the pub- ees were given a fictional that, Hurricane Camille Andreasen said Jackson ranged for ahead of time. weeks and months before
lic and from officials. Their scenario a tornado has went from a tropical wave County residents should Andreasen quoted statis- FEMA can get in and they
entries are automatically just struck Jackson County to a Category 5 hurricane do their part to get ready, tics which indicate that can't just do that automati-
logged into a system that and flooding, heavy rain in four days. We're in year as well, by putting to- between 65-70 percent of cally.There'sa process, and
will allow the county to and high wind follow in nine since Ivan. These gether their emergency businesses that don't re- there's time involved and
easily retrieve the informa- the wake of it and were heavy years seem to go in kits, checking their insur- start within six months of a there's no guarantee be-
tion later, when it's time to asked to communicate 10-year cycles, and I was ance coverage and contact disaster enid up closed for cause damage has to be at
seek reimbursement for its various pieces of informa- talking to a meteorologist numbers, and taking other good. a certain level in the corn-
expenses in responding to tion to each other through- who had talked to the guy actions to prepare. He said he hopes to munity for some of that
a given event, out the table-top exercise, who does all the season- "If I hear 'It's not going schedule some business- help to kiek in.

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Search for tornado survivors nearly complete The pope and
TheAssociated Press The death toll was the devl: Is
revised downward from a
MOORE, Okla. Hel- 51 after the state medi- Francis an
meted rescue workers "a cal examiner said some
raced Tuesday to complete victims may have been eXOrCSt?
the search for survivors counted twice in the
and the dead in the Okla- confusion.
homa City suburb where By Tuesday afternoon, TheAssociated Press
a mammoth tornado de- every damaged home
stroyed countless homes, had been searched at VATICAN CITY- Pope
cleared lots down to bare least once, Bird said. His Francis' fascination
red earth and claimed 24 goal was to conduct three with the devil took on
lives, including those of searches of each building remarkable new twists
nine children. just to be certain there Tuesday, with a well-
Scientists concluded were no more bodies or known exorcist insisting
the storm was a rare and survivors. Francis helped "liberate"
extraordinarily powerful The fire chief was hope- a Mexican man possessed
type of twister known as ful that could be com- by four different demons
an EF5, ranking it at the pleted before nightfall, despite the Vatican's
top of the scale used to MIKE SIMONSITULSAWORLD but the work was being -insistence that no such
measure tornado strength. Katie Bowen is reunited with her dog Franklin after it was rescued from her home that was hampered by heavy rain. papal exorcism took
Those twisters are capable destroyed by a tornado in Moore, Ok. May 21,2013. At left: an Edmond Police.Officer holds Crews also continued a place.
of lifting reinforced build- her dog Beans. brick-by-brick search of The case concerns a 43-
ings off the ground, hurl- the rubble of a school year-old husband and fa-
ing cars like missiles and many families found only completed an aerial tour or how many families had that was blown apart with ther who traveled to Rome
stripping trees completely empty lots. of the disaster zone. been displaced. Emer- many children inside. from Mexico to attend
free of bark. After nearly 24 hours of Authorities were so gency crews had trouble No additional survivors Francis' Mass on Sunday
Residents of Moore be- searching, the fire chief focused. on the search navigating devastated or bodies have been found in St. Peter's Square. At the
gan returning to their said he was confident effort that they had neighborhoods because since Monday night, Bird end ofthe Mass, Francis
homes a day after the there were no more bodies yet to establish the full there were no street signs said. blessed several wheel-
tornado smashed some or survivors in the rubble. scope of damage along left. Some rescuers used Survivdrs emerged with chair-bound faithful as
neighborhoods into jag- "I'm 98 percent sure the storm's long, ruinous smartphones or GPS harrowing accounts of the he always does, including
ged wood scraps and we're good," Gary Bird said path. devices to guide them storm's wrath, which many a man possessedby the
gnarled pieces of metal. at a news conference with They did not know how through areas with no endured as they shielded devil, accordingle the
In place of their houses, the governor, who had just many homes were gone recognizable landmarks. loved ones. priest who brought him,
the Rev. Juan Rivas.
Francis laid his hands on
Teachers credited th savming inand recited
students 0m Okla. a prayer. The man heaved
....e --a*~ .deeply a half-dozen times,
shook, then slumped in
The Associated Press es by herding them into lation. Some people had tary, the students also the tornado collapsed thb his wheelchair.
a closet and a ,restroom bleeding head wounds; went into the halls. But a school roof and starting In a statement Tuesday,
MOORE, Okla. The amid the fear and panic. blood covered one side of third-grade teacher didn't lifting students upward the Vatican said Francis
principal's voice came After the tornado alarm someone's eyeglasses, An- think it looked safe, so with a pull so strong that it "didn't intend to perform
on over the intercom at went off, students' at tonio said. she herded some of the literally sucked glasses off any exorcism. But as he of-
Plaza Towers Elementary Plaza Towers scrambled "Everybody was crying," children into a closet, said dds' faces, Wheeler said. ten does for the sick or suf-
School: A severe storm was into thehalls. But thehalls Antonio said. "I was cry- David Wheeler, one of the "She saved their lives by fering, he simply intended
approachinig and students -- some of which' were ing because I didnt know fathers who tried to rush putting them in a closet to pray for someone who
were to go to the cafeteria within the view of win- if my family was OK." to the school after the tor- and holding their heads Was suffering who was
and wait for their parents dows did inot appear Then Antonio saw nado hit. down," Wheeler said. presented to him."
to pick them up. safe enough. ,,, his father ride up on a The teacher shielded
But before all of the Sixth-grader Anto- mountain bike, yelling Wheeler's 8-year-old son,
youngsters could get nio Clark said' a teacher his soin's name. Gabriel, with her armst,
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the rubble, bloodied and The skylight and 'the ceil-
bruised, utterly terrified. ing were gone, and he was
The tornadothat devas- staring up into a cloud
tated this Oklahoma City filledwith debris.
suburb of 56,000 people Antonio and a friend
destroyed Plaza Towers were among the first to
and also slammed Briar- stand up. They climbed
wood Elementary, where over debris where their
all the children appear to classroom had been just
have survived. Students moments earlier. Students
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HighSiooFootball Tigers take on Blue Devils in spring scrimmage
The Graceville Tigers and
Marianna Bulldogs will wrap BY USTIN KENTm to cover what to expect from
up their spring sessions Thursday's game.
tonight. "We'll start to introduce a little
Graceville will face Holmes After three weeks of spring bit of what they do on offense
County in Bonifay at 6:30 practice, the Gradeville Tigers and defense, and we'll start get-
p.m, and Marianna will go. will get to measure their prog- ting our gbys mentally prepared
to Rickards High School to ress Thursday night when they for what hey'll see Thursday, or
face FAMU for a half starting travel to Bonifay to take on the at least what we think we'll see,"
at 5:30 p.m. before taking on Holmes County Blue Devils in a ee, he said. "I know (Holmes Coun-
Rickards for a half starting at spring scrimmage at 6:30 p.m. ty) had a great team last year and
6:45 p.m. The game will not count- in I'm sure they've practiced hard
FAMU and Rickards will' the win/loss column for either and will come out and play their
cap off the night against team, but first-year Tigers coach best, so we've got to try to do the
each other at8 p.m. TyWise said it will be a good op- same."
portunity for his team to show it Preparation for a spring game
ildren's Simming can play the kind offootball nec- is always difficult given the na-
Ls essary to win in the fall. ture of spring practice and the
S"We hope to play together as lack of game film on opponents,
Chipola College will offer a team ahd to try to go out of MARKSKINNER/FLOR!DAN which is why Wise said that the
childrens swimming lessons fensively and execute, not do Jared Padgett runs the ball during a Graceville practice Tuesday afternoon. primary focus for ihis players
for ages 4 and up as sched- anything foolish, and try to pro- ing to minimize missed tackles hadn't spent any time preparing should be on those things that
uled on the following dates: tect the football," he said. "On and see if we can create some specifically for the Blue Devils they can control.
Session 1: June 3-13 with a defense, we want to be sure that turnovers." through Monday's practice, but
regitration deadline.of May we wrap up and work on try- The coach said that the Tigers would use Tuesday's. session See TIGERS, Page lB
30; Session 2: Jun e 17-27 ............. ....... ............................... ........ ................................................................... .......................................................
with a deadline of June 13.
Classes are available at,"
include eight 45-ute STANDING STRONG THE SPRING
classes which meet Monday
t rough'Thursday for two
Cost of regular swimming
lessons is $55.Pre-registra-
tion is required with a $ late
registration fee. For more.
information; call 718-2473 or
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Chipola Baseball Camps
Chipola baseball coach
Jeff Johnson will offer three
camps: a pitching camp that
will meet June 10-11, a hit-
ting camp June,1 213, and a
skillscamp June 17-18.
the campslare for ages 7-
18 and Pallcost $100, though
aTGrand Slam Special rate for
all three ciampsnis $250.
All baseball camps meet
from 9 a.m. to noon.
For more information,u
contact Chipola assistant
coacu4wshrBcHutcheson at

Marianna Swim Team
The Marianna Swim Team
is a local, recreational sWim
team for boys and girls ages
4-18. Pratices, are held from E
5 pem. to, 630 p.m.,4 Moodayi
through Thursday through
Augus t o Chipola College
Meets are held on Sat-
urdayFs throughiout tha e to t
Registration'is open. All we
require is that the swimmern
swim one full pool length (25
yards) and that children un-
der 10 have parental supervi-
Sion during practices.
The registration fee of MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
cover cost of lifeguards and n an Durn tries to make it past KJ Saffold during Sneads' intersquad spring football game
relay events at ineets. Team Tuesday night.

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ACC looks to end 5-decade title drought

The Associated Press drew a comparison to the confer-
"Ithink whatyou have, in af ence's marquee sport
DURHAM, N.C. This might be wnesy, ieigwdteams thatvery "It's about getting that break, and
the Atlantic Coast Conference's best we~ team has th g all the great teams in basketball
chance to finally end its long title that we've had in this league that,
drought at the CollegeWorld Series. get to .Andyo're putng I'm sure, they felt they could have
The league hasn't produced a na- them allin onesite, four on one won a national championship, but
tional champion since Wake Forest sidefour on the other. Iflm a it didn't happen," he said. "When it
in 1955. basebalfan, wh I d am, FI'm gets to that final game, especially in
This season four ACC teams came gonto watch aUofthe games." a sport where so many calls, so many THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
to Durham for the league tourna- chalk lines, so many flare hits, you Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert congratulates his
ment that beginsWednesday with le- Mi ar, lknow, so many things can change son Nick Gilbert after the team won the NBA draft lottery on
gitimate shots at one of the top-eight FloridaStateheadcoach the outcome of a game, it makes it Tuesday in New York.
national seeds in next week's NCAA nations have combined for 20 ria- difficult."
tournament. tional.titles in that time. The mighty TheACC seems to have afewcandi- l
All eight teams here are in the top Southeastern Conference has nine dates that could finally bring an end C ava ler
22 of the latest NCAA-teleased RPI. championships, all since 1990. to all those questions about 1955.
No other conference has more than The Big Ten has a handful of titles, North Carolina (48-8) spent all but *
five. the Big 12 has two since it was cre- the lastweek ofthe season ranked No. draft lo|tery agi
North Carolina State coach Elliott ated in the mid-1990s and; Miami 1 in Baseball America's Top 25 and is
Avent calls the ACC tournament won four crowns.as an independent No. 2 in the RPI one spot ahead of
"Omaha East." And veteran Florida before joining the ACC in 2004-05. Virginia (45-9), which is ranked fifth The Associated Press the pick to take eventual
State coach Mike Martin said Tues- A few ACC teams have come close: in the Baseball America poll. Rookie of the Year Kyrie
day that all eight teams have the tal- North Carolina was the runner-up in Florida State.(44-12) is No. 5 in the NEW YORK Nick Gil- Irving.
ent to make it to the College World both 2006 and'07, and Florida State RPI and N.C. State is ninth, giving bert and the Cleveland The Orlando Magic fell
Series. and Georgia Tech also lost in the fi- the league four strong candidates Cavaliers have beaten the back.one spot to No. 2,
The ACC hasn't had much trouble nals in the last 20 years. for national seeds when the NCAA's NBA lottery odds again, while the Washington
sending teams to Omaha but in "I've always said that I want very bracket is announced Monday. The Cavaliers won the Wizards vaulted from the;
each of the last 57 years, they've all much to be apart ofa national cham- Clemson (12 in the RPI), Virginia lottery for the second No. 8 spot to third.
come home empty handed. pionship team," said Martiri, whose Tech (15), Miami (20) and Georgia time in three years Tues- Ten years after winning
Since the Demon Deacons won the Seminoles are the spprt's winningest Tech (22) also are safe bets to make day, giving them the No. 1 the lottery that landed
league's only national champion- program without a national title. the double-elimination field of 64 pick for the June 27 draft., them LeBron James, the
ship, 40 teams have represented the "It's just something that every and Martin thinks any of them could Gilbert, owner Dan Gil- Cavaliers picked up an-
ACC in the College World Series but coach strives for, and if it happens, it get hot and stick around a while. bert's bowtie-wearingson, other opportunity to help
have combined for what is by far the happens," headded. "And ifit doesn't, "I think what you have, in all hon-- was on stage for another speed up the rebuilding
longest title drought among theDivi- there's not going to be any second- esty, is eight teams that very well .the victory. After he won process since his depar-
sion I power conferences. guessing from me. I've beat myself up every team has the ability to get to it in 2011, the Cavs used ture;to Miami in 2010.
"The irony of no team doing it in anumber of times on regular-season Omaha," Martin said.."And you're
all those years is kind of odd," Avent games, but there's just so much that putting them all in one site, four on
said, "but hopefully, this will be the can happen in postseason." one side, four on the other. If I'm a ERLane run of the game, with
year." / Avent said the ACC's drought "just baseball fan, which I am, I'm going i. Wierman again ending the
The Pac-12 and its previous incar- shows you how hard sports is" and to watch all of these games." inning with a strikeout to
_ _ __ ___ __ _From Page lB strand three runners.
inning-ending strikeout to Optimist had one last
National Football League leave the bases loaded.' chance in the bottom of
SIn the top of the third, the third and got its only
Fast .Lane continued to run when Savannah Hill
50th Super Bowgoes to San Francisco Bay Area stretch o the lead, as was hit by apichto force
Watson walked and scored Alissa Dickson home to
The Associated Press their spring meetings. The CEO Jed York said. before, in 2004, ahd is call- on an RBI groundout by make it 7-1. But Watson
49ers' new home is set to They will stage it in ing the 51st Super Bowl an Beebe, and Lexi Rountree ended' the threat with a
BOSTON -The NFL will open next year. in Santa what is being promoted international experience singled and scored on an game-ending strikeout to
celebrate its 50th Super Clara, and will host the as the most technologi- that will include fans from RBI hit by Kimberly Jones preserve the win.
Bowl in northern Call- first Super Bowlin the area cally advanced stadium Mexico. to make it 6-0. Optimist will finish out
foria, where its newest, sirice 1985. in the world, and earned "I think a lot of them just Jones later scored on a its season Friday night at
most high-tech venue is Houston staged .the that right on a day when felt like, hey, it's Houston's bases loaded walk to Mer- MERE against Alford at 6
beingbuilt. .2004 Super Bowl. Miami "the NFL made a $400 mil- time," Texans owner Rob- cer for the seventh East p.m.
That makes South Flor- has hosted 10 of them lion deal with Microsoft to ert McNair said of his col-
ida, in the midst of a spat including the Jets upgrade the fan viewing leagues. "They knew we bb
over expensive stadium upset of the Colts in 1969 experience Levi's Stadium could do a good job. From U'D ee neSe fgy witt
renovations, aloser for the and is tied with New figures to be the first cash- 2004 to '17, that's 13 years; 85 098 c"
2016game. Orleans for the most. i But less, ticketless venue in So Iagree, Ithinkit's Hous- 850-209-8039 ell
And Miami took a double South Florida got rejected -NFL championship his-- ton's time." CALL ORTEXTI..
defeat when Houston was twice after the Florida tory, with WiFi capability, The only previous Super debbieroneysit@embarqmail.com
awardedthe 2017 champi- Legislature didnotsupport for75,000people. Bowl played in northern 2 Century 21
onship game. financing to 'enovate Sun "After losing a Super California was at Stanford Sunny South
In two separate votes, Life Stadium. Bowl (to Baltimore last Stadium in 1985. Properties
NFL owners Tuesday went "We are s.oexcited to be February), it feels really It was'the first time in a ..... 4630 Hwy.90
with the both San Fran- able to be able to put on good to win a Super Bowl," decade that a Super Bbwl SMARTER. OLDER.FSR. Marianna FL
cisco Bay Area and Hous- the 'Golden Super Bowl' York cracked. was awarded oh the first
ton on the first ballot at in the Golden State," 49ers Houston hosted once ballot:

T color jersey. I honestly don't know Each week, they've gained, a better
(how ready the team is), but I -really understanding of that," he said. "It's
Se like where we're at right now." just the first step in the process. We
FromPageB Progress is typically a slow process talk about it all the time, them buy-
"We have to stay focused on the with spring football, particularly ing into what they're being asked to "WE TRAILER YOUR NEEDS"
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athletes are ready to play and ready' honing.in on what he expects from as an offense and an identity as a Goos N k Eq irment
to hit somebody else. We've demand- them on the field. defense, and we'll begin to find out OOSe Neck E uipment
ed a lot from them the last-few weeks "I think our guys are starting to (Thursday) who we are as a team and
and I just think our guys are ready to understand what we're trying to ac- what we can hope to accomplish in
go and face someone in a different complish on both sides of the ball. the future."'

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On The Fr Rule to ban anchored putting stroke approved

The Associated Press sharpest comments over
the last few months, also
Golf's governing bodies said his group would dis-
approved a rule Tuesday cuss the new rule and
that outlaws the putting confer with the PGA Tour
Dou f rgus o stroke used by four of the before deciding how to
AP Columnist last six major champions, proceed.
a move opposed by two "We are disappointed
major golf organizations with this outcome," Bish-
Ha e r that contend long putters op said. "As we have said
e are not hurting the game. publicly and repeatedly
The Royal & during the
Ancient Golf We comment pe-
Club and U.. "estroglbeeve riod, we do
US golfer roams world Golf Associa- t thisru le i not. believe
tion said Rule for the betterment 14-1b is in the
T he quotation from 14-1b will take ofthe game. Rule best interest
the proud father effect in 2016. 14. bpotets one of recreational
Iwas a version of "We recog- ofthe im t golfers and we
RalphWaldo Emerson's nize this has i nt are concerned
famous words, "Go been a divi- cla nte about the neg-
instead where there is no sive.issue, but game the free ative impact it
path and leave a trail." after thorough swing ofthe entire may have on
The path of Peter consideration, dub." both the en-
Uihlein took him inside a we remain joyment and
cage below the surface of convinced SG president growth of the
the Indian Ocean, where that this is the game."
a Great White Shark with right decision Some forms
jaws wide open ap- for golf," R&A chief execu- of anchoring have been.
proached while closing tive Peter Dawson said. around at least 40 years,
in on a tuna. The jagged, The new rule does not and old photographs sug-
triangular teeth gnashed ban the long putters, only gest it, has been used even
at the tuna's head against the way they commonly longer. It wasn't until after
the cage, and the former are used. Golfers no lon- Bradley became the first
U.S. Amateur champion ger will be able to anchor major champion to use a
could see black eyes roll the club against their bod- belly putter that the USGA
over to white, ies to create the effect of andR&A said it would take
"That was the coolest," a hinge. Masters cham- a new look at the putting
Uihlein said. "When I pion Adam Scott used a style.
knew I was going to South long putter he pressed "It can never be too late
Africa, that's the thing against his chest. British to do ohe right thing," THEASSOCIATEDPRESSFILE
I've always wanted to do. Open champion Ernie Els Nager said. In this May 9 photo, Adam Scott putts on the 15th green during the firt round of The Players
We were in Mossel Bay. and U.S. Open champion Those in favor of an- Championship at TPC Sawgrass in PonteVedra Beach.Golf'sgoverning bodiegihave adopted a
I was told it was a good Webb Simpson used a chored puttingarguedthat new rule that outlaws the putting stroke used by four of the last six major charpions.
cage dive, so.we did it. belly putter, as did Keegan none of the top 20 players
We were out there for five Bradley, in the 2011 PGA iti the PGA Tour's most while the R&A said ithad
hours. They chum up the Championship. reliable putting statistic about 450 people from 17
water, and there were six "We strongly believe that used a long putter, and if countries go through its Field 138
or seven of them. It was this ruleis for the better- it was such an advantage, website. Fence
incredible." ment of the game," USGA why wasn't everyone us- Among those who spoke Fence
Uihlein spoke on his President Glen Nager said.. ing it? in favor of the ban were n Metal $ 59
way from Gatwick to "Rule 14-1b protects one "Intentionally secur- Tiger Woods, Brandt Sne- T-Post
Wentworth, a familiar of the imprtant challeng- ing one end of the club deker and Steve Stricker.
path for the best on the es in the game thefree against the body, and "I've always felt that in ASso A~anble:
European Tour. swing of the entire club." creating a point of physi- golf you should have to a. o b We
The 23-year-old out of The announcement fol- cal attachment around swing the club, control e other Fe ointg Suppneu.
Oklahoma State earned lowed six months of con- which the club is swung, your nerves and swing
a spot in the BlIW PGA tentious debate, and it is a substantial departure all 14. clubs, not just 13,"
Championship with his might not be over. from that traditional free Woods said Monday.. )4SI2 55
two-shot.victory Sunday The next step is for the swing," Nager said. 'An- Tim Clark and Carl Pet-
in the Madeira Islan'd PGA Tour to follow the choring creates potential tersson have used the
Open in Portugal, his first new rule or decide to es- advantages, such as mak- long putter as long as they
win since he turned pro tablish its own condition ing the stroke simplerand :have been on the: PGA. --
in December 2011 and set of competition that would more repeatable, restrict- Tour. Scott switched to
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Uihlein tried Q-school portant that the PGA Tour though they had no data to won with this equipment
on the PGA Tour as an -'and all the professional show an advantage. What because these are the best
amateur and didn't get tours -'continue to follow concerned them .more players in the world, and
out of second stage, one set of rules," USGA was a spike in usage on they: practice thousands
leaving him no status executive director Mike the PGA Tour, more junior of hdurs". Scott said af-
on any tour. Most young Davis said. "We have got- golfers using the long put- ter Winning the Masters.
Americans, especially ten verypositive feedback ters and comments from "They are going to get
with his pedigree as a from the tours around the instructors that it was a good with whatever they-
U.S, Amateur champion world saying that they like better way to putt... There are using."
and two-time Walker Cup one set of rules, they like was concern the conven- It was Clark's dignified
player; would tryto make the R&A and USGA gov- tional putter would be- speech to. a players-only
the most out of sponsor erning those. So if there come obsolete overtime. meeting with Davis
exemptions on the PGA was some type of schism, The purpose of the new from the USGA in the
Tour, or even try to work we don't think that would rule was simply -to de- room that helped sway
their way up through the be good for golf. fine what a putting stroke the tour's opinion to op- OUIDA MORRIS PAT FURR CLAICE BoYET
Web.comTour. "And we are doing what' should be. pose the ban. (50)209-4705 (850)2098071 (850) 573-1572
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a wide lens, and with the long-term benefit of the not based on statistical their research indicated
advice of those who see game 'for all golfers, and studies," Nagersaid."They the opposition to the new
golf on a global land- we just can't write them are based on judgments rule was mainly in Amer-
scape, Uihlein headed to for one group of elite that define the game and ica. The European Tour
Europe and beyond. players." its intended challenge. and other tours around
His father is Wally The tour said in a state- One of those challenges is the world all backed the DE, ROiNE Sum ED McCOY BEVERLY THOMAs Ei.EN MARSH
Uihlein, chief executive of ment it would consult to control the entire club, ban. bb50)5th ... .com(8
Acushnet, which makes with its Player Advisory and anchoring alters that Players can still use the @qm.. ,1h..
Titleist golf equipment.. Council and policy board challenge." putter, but it woihld have
His agent is Chubby to determine "whether The topic was so sensi- to be held away from the
Chandler of International various provisions of Rule tive that the USGA and body to allow free swing.
Sports Management, 14-1bwillbeimplemented R&A allowed for a 90-day Mark Newell, head of the
whose stable began with in our competitions,-and comment period, an un- USGA's rules committee,
Lee Westwood and Dar- if so, examine the process precedented move'for the said the nrule would be en-
ren Clarke and now in- for implementation." groups that set the rules of forced like so many others
cludes a couple of South PGA of America golf. The USGA said about in golf -.players would
African stars in Louis President Ted Bishop, 2,200 people offered feed- have to call the perialty on
Oosthuizen and Charl who had some of the back through its website, themselves.
Schwartzel. He bigan
working with Butch Har- ': -
mon and his son, Claude .
Harmon III.
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when travel, failures and
solitude could have made ""'
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"Based on the guys : ,.
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