Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Publication Date:

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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30.776389 x -85.238056

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com

Malone Mayor Gene
Wright has taken over as
the incoming president
of the Northwest Florida
League of Cities, and re-
cently presented an award
from that organization to
Florida Rep. Marti Coley.
At the League's summer
dinner in Sandestin last
month, Coley accepted the
2013 Clay Ford Jr. Legisla-
tor of the Year award.
"I was extremely hon-
ored to receive the Legisla-
tor of the Year Award from
the NW Florida League of
Cities, but I was especially
humbled and grateful to re-
ceive the first annual Clay
Ford, Jr. Memorial Legis-
lator of the Year award,"


Coley said about the hon-
or. "Clay Ford represented
'House District 2 until his
untimely death this past
March. He and his wife,
Carol, were not only dear
friends but selfless public
servants.
"Additionally, I was so
pleased that Gene Wright,
the mayor of'Malone, pre-
sented the award to me at
the annual banquet. It is
important for public of-
ficials on the local, state,
and national level to work
together to best represent
the citizens of Florida, and
I appreciate the collabora-
tion from local officials in
District 5 and around the
state."
Coley wasn't the only
elected official represent-
ing this region who at-


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Florida Rep. Marti Coley (left) accepts the Northwest Florida
League of Cities' Legislator of the Year award from Malone
Mayor Gene Wright, incoming president of the organization.
tended the function; for present the NWFLC's Mu-
instance, U.S. Rep. Steve nicipal Officer of the Year
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Bay Economic Devel- all municipal and econom-
opment Alliance Execu- ic leaders to the dinner and
tive Director Neal Wade each will have a moment to
was guest speaker for the introduce themselves and
event. He focused on the mention some of the as-
region's potential for more sets in their communities.
economic development, Wright said he wants it to
and strategies that can be be prime opportunity foi
used to encourage it. them to quickly promote
Wright himself has set out their highlights. Wright
some strategies for Jackson is also making tentative
County that he'll put to use plans to offer the visitors
soon. By NWFLC tradition, from other communities a
the incoming president of chance to tour local three
the group hosts the first points of interest if they ar-
board meeting and din- rive a few hours before the
ner following the summer board session.
session. This will be the To round out the eve-
first time it has been held ning, he has a mystery
in Jackson County, and entertainer booked for the
Wright is planning to make dinner hour.
it a memorable one. Wright also found oul
The board meeting is at 5 this week that the League
p.m., to be followed by din-
ner at 6 p.m. He is inviting See WRIGHT, Page 9A


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MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN

X double rainbow fills the evening sky over Jackson County on Thursday, June 6.
Clouds moved through the area that day as Tropical Storm Andrea.- the first
amed storm of the Atlantic hurricane season made its way across most of
Florida and into Southern Georgia.


SUMMER CONCERT SERIES KICKS ,OFF


PHOTOS BYMARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
A llison Stafford belts out a tune with her
/- band "No Deceit," Thursday, June 6, at
. X.Madison Street Park in Marianna. The
band is from ceI I ral Kentucky. On Thursday,
the free concert series continues with Rebel
Syndicate playing at Citizens Lodge. The show
starts at 7:30 p.m. ,


ive-year-old Jaren Peter f'ends off a
few lingering rain sprinkles during
opening night of the 2013 Summer
Concert Series, Thursday, June 6, in Marian-
na. This year's free concerts feature a range
of music styles, including jazz and blues,
country and Soutliirn rock. Show\, start at
7:30 p.m. each Thursday night through Aug.
15, at either Citizens Lodge Park or Madison
Street Park.


Lynn Lipford fills up a basket with
Nubbin Ridge Farms' stand at the
Market.


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
banana peppers at the
Marianna City Farmers


Farmers Market


gearing up for


special day in July


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
The Jackson County
Growers Association is
gearing up for its Custom-
er Appreciation Day next
month at the Marianna
City Farmers Market on
Madison Street. On Satur-
day, the vendors started
giving their buyers cou-
pons for a chance to win
door prizes at the event,
scheduled for July 13.
Going forward, custom-
ers will get a door prize
coupon from each vendor
they buy from on market
days, which are Tuesdays,
Thursday and Saturdays
of each week, from 7 a.m.
until noon. In addition,
any rhihldiii who accolm-
pany the buyer will also
get a coupon for a sepa-
rate kids' drawing to be
held on appreciation day,
for prizes like fast-food gift
certificates.
Adult prizes will include
things like produce bas-
kets, Market shirts and
gift cards for use at the
market.


The coupons will be giv-
en out on all market days
leading up to appreciation
day, and for the first three
market hours on the day of
the event.
Additionally, all children
who visit the market on
appreciation day will get
a coupon if they arrive
before 10 a.m., whether
their adults buy any-
thing or not. The draw-
ings and appreciation day
activities get underway
at 10 a.m. that morning,
and run through noon.
The prize drawings are
"must-be-present-to-win"
events.
The day will include en-
tertainment from singer/
songwriter/guitarist Liz
Lee, who will perform
some of her original con-
temporary tunes and
some covers dating from
the 70s and going forward
into more current tunes.
Her sound is comparable
to Sarah McLachlan and
her selections will include
folk, pop and blues. She's
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JACKSON COUNTY

FLORIDAN
Publisher Valeria Roberts
vroberts@jcfloridan.com

Circulation Manager Dena Oberski
doberski@jcfloridan.com

CONTACT US
Telephone: 850-526-3614
SFAX: 850-482-4478
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL'32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
Weekdays, 8a.m. to 5 p.m.

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than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula-
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Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840)
is published Tuesday through Friday and
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid
at Marianna, FL.


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Community Calendar


SUNDAY, JUNE 9
)) 42nd Annual Green Reunion Noon at Three
Rivers State Park, north of Sneads, to include
descendants of Solomon Green and Amy Jarman.
Bring a covered dish and a serving utensil, every-
thing else will be provided. Call 482-7071 or email
cgdean@bellsouth.net.
Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
- 6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
(in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette St.).
Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in
the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
5429 College Drive, Graceville.

MONDAY, JUNE 10
Children's Summer Feeding Program Morn-
ing snack at 9 a.m. and lunch at noon at St. James
A.M.E. Church, 2891 Orange St. in Marianna. Free
program is available Monday-Friday for children
through the age of 18. Morning snacks such as milk,
juice, cereal and lunch items such as sandwiches
and wraps will be served. This is an open walk-in site,
no pre-registration is required. Call 850-615-2934.
)) Baseball Pitching Camp 9 a.m. to noon at
Chipola College. This camp will meet Monday and
Tuesday, June 10-11, for ages 7-18. The cost is $100.
Call 718-2243.
)) Books That Shaped America Exhibit 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m. at the Jackson County Public Library,
Marianna Branch, 2929 Green St. See the exciting
display of 100 books by American authors that have
shaped and influenced the lives of Americans. Call
482-9631.
)) Chipola Regional Workforce Development
Board Career Council Meeting -10 a.m. at the
Workforce Board Office in Marianna. Call 718-0456.
)) Jackson County Transportation Disadvan-
taged Coordinating Board Meeting 10 a.m.
CST at the JTrans Office, 3988 Old Cottondale Road,
Marianna. The agenda will include regular business
and approval of the Service Plan. This meeting is
open to the public.
)) Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's
Buffet & Grill. Call 482-2005.
)) Employability Workshop "Overcoming Barriers
to Employment" 2:30 p.m. at the Marianna One
Stop Career Center, 4636 U.S. 90, Marianna. Call
718-0326.
Jackson County Quilter's Guild Meeting
- 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
3975 U.S. 90 W, Marianna. Business meetings are
fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, les-
sons, help. All quLilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
)) Chipola Beekeepers Meeting 6-8 p.m. at the
Jackson County Extension Office in Marianna. Bring
a dish for the potluck supper. C il '..:: -063.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Deadline to register for Chipola College's
Kidz College Session 1, June 17-20. The cost is $75
which covers supplies and lunch. Call 718-2405.


TUESDAY, JUNE 11
Jackson County Growers Association/Mari-
anna City Farmer's Market 7 a.m. to noon at
Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits
and vegetables grown by local farmers.
)) Books That Shaped America Exhibit 9 a.m.
to 8 p.m. at the Jackson County Public Library,
Marianna Branch, 2929 Green St. See the exciting
display of 100 books by American authors that have
shaped and influenced the lives of Americans. Call
482-9631.
)) Panhandle Public Library Cooperative Direc-
tors and Team KOHA Migration Group Meeting
-10 a.m. at 2862 Madison St. in Marianna. Call
482-9296.
Republican Club of West Florida Meeting
- Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna. Call
352-4984.
Optimist Club of Jackson County Board Meet-
ing Noon at 4476 Broad St. Marianna.
)) Orientation Noon to 3 p.m. at Goodwill Career
Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn about
and register for free services. Call 526-0139.
)) Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call 482-
5028.
Employability Workshop "Completing Applica-
tions" 2:30 p.m. at the Marianna One Stop Career
Center, 4636 U.S. 90, Marianna. Call 718-0326.
)) Autism Support Group Meeting 6 p.m. in the
First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, Marianna
(Clinton Street entrance). Family members,
caregivers and service providers welcome. Call
526-2430.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12
Baseball Hitting Camp 9 a.m. to noon.at
Chipola College. This camp will meet Wednesday
and Thursday, June 12-13, for ages 7-18. The cost is
$100. Call 718-2243.
)) Books That Shaped America Exhibit 9 a.m.-6
p.m. at the Jackson County Public Library, Marianna
Branch, 2929 Green St. See the exciting display of
100 books by American authors that have shaped
and influenced the lives of Americans. Call 482-
9631.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon
to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
)) Basic Computer Class Part 2 Noon to 3 p.m.
at the Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90,
Marianna. Free class teaches basic components and
use of a computer. Call 526-0139.

THURSDAY, JUNE 13
SJackson County Growers Association/Marl-
anna City Farmer's Market 7 a.m. to noon at
Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits
and vegetables grown by local farmers.
)) Books That Shaped America Exhibit 9 a.m.


to 6 p.m. at the Jackson County Public Library,
Marianna Branch, 2929-Green St. See the exciting
display of 100 books by American authors that'
have shaped and influenced the lives of Americans.
Call 482-9631.
)) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks
Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus
is the local community, "Community, Children &
Character' Call 526-3142.
Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group
- Noon at Jackson Hospital Hudnall Building in the
Community Room. Free to attend. Curriculum
developed by ex-smokers for those who want
to become ex-smokers themselves. Call 482-6500.
Job Club Noon to 3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career
Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn job
seeking/retention skills; get job search assistance.
Call 526-0139.
)) Employability Workshop "Making Positive
First Impressions" 2:30 p.m. at the Marianna
One Stop Career Center, 4636 U.S. 90, Marianna.
Call 718-0326.
)) Chipola Regional Workforce Development
Board General Meeting 6 p.m. at the Workforce
Board Office in Marianna. Call 718-0456.
)) Lecture: "Holy Cow I Have Cancer! Now
What?" by David Schell, Ed'D, LPC, NCC 6:30
p.m. at Graceville First United Methodist Church,
1111 Eighth Ave. (Hwy 2). Books available for
purchase and signing. A fellowship time with
refreshments will follow the lecture. Call 263-3342.
)) Sixth Annual Summer Concert Series featur-
ing Rebel Syndicate 7-9 p.m.-at Citizens Lodge
in Marianna. This free event is presented by Jackson
County Parks and Recreation and Main Street
Marianna.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8-9
p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited to
persons with a desire to stop drinking; papers will
not be signed.
)) Deadline to register for Session 2 Swimming
Lessons at Chipola College. Session 2 will be
June 17-27, with classes available at 10 a.m. or 7
p.m., Monday-Thursday. Cost is $55. Pre-registration
is required. Call 718-2473 or visit www.chipola.edu.

FRIDAY, JUNE 14
Books That Shaped America Exhibit 9 a.m.-6
p.m. at the Jackson County Public Library, Marianna.
Branch, 2929 Green St. See the exciting display of -:
100 books by American authors that have shaped
and influenced the lives of Americans. Call 482-
9631.
)) Knitters Nook 10 a.m. at the Jackson County
Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and experi-
enced knitters are welcomed. Call 482-9631.
)) Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult,
teen meetings to."overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856,573-1131.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting,- 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.


Ti .. IIII.i. i.i, i. or this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridanr, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
e-mail editoi iali(jcfloridancom. fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.


MARIANNA POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Marianna Police Department listed
the following incidents for lune 6, the latest
available report: One hit and run vehicle,
one accident, one suspicious vehicle,
one suspicious incident, two suspicious
persons, two verbal disturbanices, one
panic alarm, six traffic stops, one larceny
complaint, one juvenile complaint, one
fight in pingii-, reported, one noise dis-
turbance, one assist of another agency, two
threat/harassment complaints and one 911
hang-ui).


JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The lackson County sheriff's office and
county fire/rescue reported the following
incidents for hine 6, the latest available
report: One accident, one abandoned ve-
hicle, one reckless driver, three suspicious


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vehicles, two suspicious incidents, three
suspicious persons, two escorts one report
of mental illness, two
-- "" ... verbal disturbances, one
S-_. -- pedestrian complaint, one
rI m prowler, two woodland
"E fires, one drug offense, 18
medical calls, two traffic
crashes-one with entrap-
ment, two burglaries, one fire alarm, one
report of shooting in the area, 20 traffic
stops, two larceny complaints, one tres-
pass complaint, one follow-up investiga-
tion, one garbage complaint, two animal
complaints, one sex offense, two assists of
motorists or pedestrians, seven assists of
other agencies, three public service calls,
one transport, two patrol requests, one
open door or window and two threat/ha-
rassment complaints.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY


The following persons were booked into
the county jail during the latest reporting
periods:
)) Angela Trim, 35, 1220 Country Lane,
Graceville, failure to appear (petit theft).
)) Jackie Edenfield, 59, 3350 Highway 73
North, Marianna, driving while license
suspended or revoked.
)) Kevin Brgwn, 25, 4218 Kelson Ave,,
Marianna, violation of county probation.
)) Corey Capehart, 25, 958 11th Ave.,
Graceville, hold for Leon Co.
) jamaron Paden, 23, 334 Daffel Ave.,
Quincy, hold for Gadsden Co.
)) Amy Myrick, 38, 4391 Frances Drive,
Marianna, operating a motor vehicle with
an expired license (more than six months).

Jail Population: 215

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


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Miss Nicolle Leider and Mr.
Gene Bryant Tanner were unit-
ed in marriage on Saturday,
May 4th, 2013 at half past five
o'clockat South Lido Beach in
Sarasota, Florida. The ceremo-
ny was officiated by Pastor
John Osborne. The couple
read their own vows during
the ceremony. The bride's pa-
rents hosted a seated dinner
and reception at the Sarasota
Garden Club.
The bride is the daughter of
Lionel and Rossina Leider of
Bradenton, Florida. The
groom is the son of Ronald
Gene Tanner, Terry Tanner-
Smith, and Phillip Smith all of
Marianna, Florida. Grandpar-
ents of the groom include Mr.
and Mrs. Gene D. Tanner of
Marianna, Grace Thompson of
Daleville, Alabama and Mr.
and Mrs. Emmett Thompson
of Enterprise, Alabama.
Given and escorted in mar-
riage by her parents, the bride
wore a gown of ivory lace fab-
ric complemented by a
birdcage veil. The bride car-
ried a hand-tied bouquet of
sunflowers lovingly designed
by her maternal grandmother,
Mrs. Cristina Moros Salvati.
Miss Kate Zinninger, of Gain-
esville, Florida, served as the
Maid of Honor. Miss
Zinninger wore a black chif-
fon cocktail dress. She carried
a hand-tied bouquet of


Dewey turns 8
* Levin Kaide Dewey of
Marianna will turn 8
years old on June 15. He
is the son of Laura Leigh
Peacock of Marianna and
Ashley Dewey of Sneads.
On Saturday, June 1 Dewey
celebrated his birthday
with a Duck Dynasty pool
party. Friends and family
in attendance enjoyed a
donut eating contest and a
live bullfrog race.

Calhoun celebrates
birthday
Shionda Calhoun of
Fort Sam Houston,
Texas celebrated her 39th
birthday on June 1. She is
the daughter of William
and Erma Calhoun, Jr. of
Jackson County. Approxi-
mately 50 close family
and friends attended the
birthday party which was
held at the Herald Wynn
Fellowship Hall in Mari-
anna. Calhoun is a 1992
graduate of Marianna
High School. In addition
to her birthday, on June
1 she also celebrated 20
years of service in the
United States Army. SFC
Shionda Calhoun has


Riverside
Elementary School
Riverside Elementary
School has released its
honor rolls fbr the fourth
nine-week term.
Third Grade
All A honor roll
Avery Artmnakul, Anna
Barber, Alaska Bon-
trager, Amari Brown,
Caroline Brunner, Caleb
Butler, William Carrel,
Elijah Chalker, Way-
Ion Crumpler, Payton
Edenfield, Chris Gable,
Jackson Gause, Garri-
son Glass, Syler Griffin,
Ausband Harris, Patty
T Hernandez, Halle Hurst,
Jasmine Ihrke, Leonardo
Infante, Jenna Jarrard,
Bryanna Johnson,
Madison Jones, Georgia
Lassman, Dustin Lipfordl,


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sunflowers. Mr. Joseph Davis
of IMarianna, Florida served as
Best Man.
The bride was born and
raised in Caracas, Venezuela.
Relocating to Florida in 2003,
the bride graduated from Gain-
esville High School in 2007.
She earned her Associates of
Arts degree from Sante Fe Col-
lege in 2009 and Bachelor of
Arts degree in Political Scien-
ces from Florida State Univer-
sity in 2011. The bride contin-
ues in graduate school while
working as a program special-
ist with the Florida Depart-
ment of Education facilitating
Miami-Dade County private
school approval as John
McKay and FTC scholarship
providers.
Gene is a 2008 graduate of
Marianna High School in Ma-
rianna, FL. He earned his Asso-
ciates of Arts degree for Talla-
hassee Community College in
2009. His Bachelor of Arts in
International Relations and Po-
litical Science was received
from Florida State University
in 20Q 11. The groom now
works for a private company
contracted by the Florida De-
partment of Highway Safety
and Motor Vehicles.
Following a honeymoon in
the Republic of Panama,
Nicolle and Gene will contin-
ue to reside in Tallahassee,
Florida.


served in Afghanistan,
Iraq, Kuwait, has per-
formed humanitarian
relief in Russia and most
recently served in New
Jersey during Tropical
Storm Sandy


Noah McCoy, Sh'Randyss
McMillan, Mia Merrifield,
Zane Monk, Caleb Mor-
rissey, Cole Payne, Da-
mien Peal, Trett Phillips,
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Reed, Mattie Rooks, Emi-
lyann Roulhac, Zeb Saun-
ders, Ian Spence, Amiya
Summerwell, Sophia Stun,
Stephen Tillotson, Jonah
Tolin, EmmaWhitehead,
Kennedy Wilkes, Colby
Williams, BrantleyWillis
and Mason Zimmerman.
A/B honor roll
Juliette Alday, Hannah
Arbona, Bud Basford,
kickerr Brock, McKenzie
Brown, Hlayden Cannady,
Gracie Charles, Covin
Clay, Olivia Clemmons,
Kaleb Clemons, Matthew
Clikas, Olivia De La Huntt,

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Engagement


Ja'Mlcah O'Marlon
Benbow was born May
31 at Jackson Hospital.
He weighed 7 pounds,
2 ounces and was 19A/4
inches long at birth. His
parents are Latisha Adair
and Michael Benbow.


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Peyton Dean Townsell -
was born May 29 at Jack- :
son Hospital. He weighed
7 pounds, 7 ounces and
was 20/z inches long at
birth. His parents are Jen-
nifer and Jason Townsell.





Brycen Jayce Thomas was
born May 31 at Jackson
Hospital. He weighed 8
pounds, 5 opmces and was
20 inches long at birth.


His parents are Stepnanie
Curry and Erian Thomas
Sr. His grandparents are
Joseph Curry of Bascom,
the late Sheryl Curry
of Greenwood, Tonya
Kelly of Marianna and
Earl Thomas of Malone.
Great-grand parents are
Laura Worlds of Green-
wood, the late A.D. Curry


of Bascom, Emma Newton
of Malone, Arthur Thomas
of Bascom and Lula Kelly
of Marianna.


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Hunter Brantley Smith
was born May 23 at Jack- V
son Hospital. He weighed
7 pounds, 11 ounces and
was 19 inches long at
birth. His parents are Kelly
and William Smith.


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Marshall Keith Rails III
was born May 26 at Jack-
son Hospital. He weighed
7 pounds, 5 ounces and
was 191/2 inches long at
birth. His parents are Am-
ber and Marshall Rails Jr.
His grandparents are Ellen
Sukanec of Graceville and
Marshall Sr. and Margaret
Ralls of Cottondale.




Ashtyn Marie Smith was
born May 27 at Jackson
Hospital. She weighed
7 pounds and was 192
inches long at birth. Her
parents are Indria Spei-
ghts and Clarence Smith,
Jr. Her grandparents are
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Marianna, Clarence Smith
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late Angela Brown of Mt.
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was born May 29 at Jack- ,
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7 pounds and was 20
inches long at birth.
His mother is Michelle
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though the amount of
dysfunctional families
seems to be increasing
in America, many of us
continue to have a strong
belief in the family struc-
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tough, some people have
dependable friends they
can count on and believe
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do we as individuals have
in ourselves?
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is the most crucial link to
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in themselves won't be
confused with one who
is often seen boasting,
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need to prove anything to
anyone.
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most successful people
in life are low-keyed; but
when they act or speak,
they have something
important to display or
say and they appear con-
fident. If while growing
up a child is taught of the
need for God, the value of
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Jackson County native awarded Purple Heart


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Information conti buted by 0. Chip
Robinson
Bascom native Tom 0Rob-
inson has been awarded a
Purple Heart in recogni-
tion of the injuries he re-
ceived in an IED blast that
occurred while he served
as a National Guardsman
in Iraq in 2006.
The son of Doyle Robin-
son of Bascom and the late
Frances Robinson, he and
wife, Chip Robinson, now
live in Thompson, NE.
Robinson earned many
other medals while serv-
ing in Iraq, but his injuries
did not initially qualify for
the Purple Heart. His ult,
helped him ;i pll\' for thte
medal after learning i tat
a 2011 Army directive Ihad
added concussions nild
mild traumatic brali tli
juries to the *. ii.il' ii,; llsl
for Purple I Heart lI,ilhdi ',
It took aIlinos a year ofl
gathering reToris arid Iill-
ing out documents, Ibu the
award came through and
was presented on March
12.
Ilobinson had been in
the National Guard before,
serving roughly a decade,
but there had a been a
five-year gap in service by
the time inspiration struck
him'to re-enlist at the age
of 37 in 2005.
Soon after he returned to
Sthe Guard, he volunteered
and was accepted for de-
ployment to Iraq. He was
attached.to the 505th ENG
BN of the North Carolina
National Guard. His first
mission with Forward Op-
erating Base Anaconda was
as the .50-caliber gunner
for Lt. Col. Matthew Russo.
Robinson was prepped
on what he would need to
do and took his place in
the gun turret of a Hum-
vee on March 13, 2006. As
his middle Humvee was
heading up the road, he
scanned his sector watch-
ing for insurgents and
roadside IEDs. Suddenly,
a massive blast on the left
side of the truck threw him
to the floor of the Hum-


SUBrMl I I LTE PflU0U1
loin ultlil..onl stands in front of his', "Wall of Honor" with his"Purple Heart he received on March
12,


vee, knocking hinm uncon-
scious. Once he regained
consciousness, he sawa
great deal of shrapnel lit-
tering the floor and the
top of the Humvee, along
with damage to the left
side. It was discovered that
the two lED's were 155MM
rounds filled with gasoline
and bits of metal shards.
Only one of the lED's ex-
ploded, but when it did, it
propelled the second one
over the soldiers. There
were no casualties, so they
completed their mission.
According to Robinson,
there is a video of the actu-
al blast posted by the 505th
ENG BN on You Tube titled
"The Samarra lED."
Robinson received medi-
cal attention for headaches
and ringing in his ears and
was returned to duty. Less
than 24 hours later he re-
ceived another direct lED
hit. During his nine month
deployment to Iraq, Rob-
inson suffered a total of six
direct lED blasts. The mul-
tiple lED blasts took their
mental and physical toll
on Robinson.
After returning home,
during subsequent medi-
cal exams it was discov-
ered that his left ear canal
was shattered, he had two


shattered vertebrae in his
back and he was suffering
from Post-Traumatic Stress
Disorder. For two years af-
ter his return home he had
multiple hospitalizations
for treatment and surger-
ies to repair the damage.
In 2009, it was deter-


mined that he was no lon-
ger fit for duty and he was
given a medical retirement.
The Purple Heart was re-
lated to the initial blast.
The war in Iraq was
Robinson's primary inspi-
ration to re-enlist. It was
very much on his mind; he


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Robinson is dressed to
attend a unit Military Ball in
December 2007.
had moved his family to Ft.
Lewis Army Base to help
his oldest daughter while
her military husband was
deployed in that war.
His decision to rejoin the
service himself was swift,
and the Army was quick
to accept him. He was sit-
ting at a red light one day
when he noticed a Nation-
al Guard Recruiting Office
and thought about trying
to re-join. At 37, he didn't
have high expectations
about being accepted but
he stopped in to chat with
the recruiter. As it turned
out, the Army had adjusted
retention policies to make


it easier to re-enlist. He
took his paperwork home
that day, with instructions
to be at the U.S. Army Re-
serve Training Center in
Seattle, Washington, the
next morning. He invited
his wife along for the ride,
but didn't tell her where
they were going. He sur-
prised her with the news
of his re-enlistment af-
ter they pulled into the
training center parking lot.
Robinson completed a
reenlistment contract, was
sworn into the National
Guard, and three days later
was assigned to the 14th
ENG BN at Camp Murray,
WA. The next week he re-
ported to the unit to begin
processing and learned
that the unit was looking
for volunteers to be at-
tached to other National
Guard units from across
the country that were
not at full strength. He
volunteered, his paper-
work was submitted and
on, January 22, 2006 he re-
ceived his official orders
that he was deploying to
Iraq on Feb. 3.


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meet newpeople as well. The next meeting will be Tue
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Special to the Floridan tion to the student se- High School, Tyler Scott;
elected as being the most Graceville Middle School,
The American History proficient in the study of Sierra Ennis; Grand Ridge
Award is part of the patri- American History. Lodge School, Jeremy Baxter;
otic program that Wood- 65 presents an American Day Spring Christian
men of the World offers History Award each year School, Dawson Davis;
the local community, to students who are profi- Malone High School,
Woodmen of the World cient in American History Dustin Everitt; Malone
is a fraternal organiza- and clearly demonstrate Jr. High School, Kendra
tion founded in 1890 and knowledge of American Clayton; Marianna High
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security, promoting com- price our country has paid Emma Smith and Mathew
munity involvement and for the freedom we enjoy Pelham and Sneads
patriotism. Through its today. High School, Kristal
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foster among our citizenry presented to students at- JoAnn Truette, Wood-
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at schools across the na- BradleyVickery; Graceville recipients.


Riverside
From Page 3A
Shanteriya Dobard, Day-
sha Edwards, Grady Farris,
Madison Fears, Emma
Felts, Landon Garcia,
Sebastian Good, Ty'Adrian
Graham, Jailey Gray,
Neimiah Guilford, Max
Harkrider, Jayla Helium,
Jade Hendrix, Kylie Hol-
lister, Tyler Huey, Katlynn
Hurley, Lawson Jackson,
Azaria Jennings, Breyonna
Johnson, Thurston John-
son, Camron Jones, Shari
Jones, Joshua Korosecz,
Cody Lewis, Jacob Locke,
Hannah McCoy, Emman-
uel Morgan, Olivia Parker,
Madison Peeler, Layla
Peterson, Audra Phillips,
Makayla Price, Maegan
Pruett, Emma Reagan, Lily
Roberts, Alexi Rodriguez,
Kyle Roney, Andrew Rush,
Lauren Saunders, Alexis
Sims, Jaylon Smith, Laynie
Smith, Amarion Speights,
Lexie Spooner, Caltlyn
Thomas, Dylan Tyus,
BrelonVillatorro, GaVee
Watson, Dominic Wieda,
Bradenton Williams, Dasia
Williams, Kylie Williams,
E'Laycia Williams-Mallett
and Breanna Wynn.

Fourth Grade
All A honor roll
Joshua Allen, Lauren


SBrock, Abigail Callahan,
Riley Cleveland, Grace
Cone, Brady Donaldson,
Kaley Dunn, Lucas Hop-
kin, Emily Locke, Alexis
McGann, Colton Mena-
cof, Mackenzie Raines,
Mackenzie Shields, Hank
Sims, Deacon Temples
and Diamond Vann.
A/B honor roll
Brianna Abbott, Briana
Autman, Blake Barber,
Caroline Bauldree, Baylee
Beauchamp, Thomas
Bell, Emma Biggers,
Bishop Bosland, Skyler
Boyd, Jamodd Brown,
Ethan Burke, Brandon
Butler, Michael Byrd,
Julia Campbell, Parker
Castleberry, Kearthany
Conrad, Abigayle Cozart,
Ariana Dailey, Zachary
Davis, Brianna Drum-
mond, Allison Edenfield,
Azaja Faulkner, Colton
Fenton, Chloe Glover,
Trevon Goosby, Jammoiya
Graham, Katie Gwin, Jeor-
gia Hall, Roosevelt Hardy,
Lauren Harkins, Chance
Harris, Harley Harris,
Halley Harrison, Latreysia
Hayes, DeeDee Holden,
Markevar Hunter,
Serenity Jackson, Zack-
ary Jernigan, Octavia
Johnson, Taniya Jones,
Ethan Keene, Emily Keeny,
Makayla Kenner, Kaitlin
Land, Virginia Milton,
Jasmine Mistrot, Nathan


Morris, Nicholas Ni,
Laurence Pender, Ashunti
Peterson, Sydney Powell,
Garrett Roper, Emily Seay,
Avie Sigmore, Kinsey
Smith, Davielle Solomon,
Ashanti Spates, Hogan
Spencer, Jadyn Stevens,
Carley Tate, Ethan Taylor,
Max Thomas, Shon Sheray
Toombs, Rowen Turner-
Avery, Aaron Whitfield and
LibbyWhitfield.

Fifth Grade
All A honor roll
Gage Bannerman, Gage
Basford, Preston Beall,
Owen Brown, Wyatt Chan-
dler, JAC Clikas, Justin
Clikas, Hannah Collins,
Olivia Cornwell, John
Cowart, Dylan Dykes,
Peyton Gay, Jackson
Goins, Victoria Kelly, San-
dralee Kent, Carter Large,
Teresa Long, Will Michels,
John Mitchell, Cameron
Porter, Mya Reed, Kaycie
Riley, Kelsie Riley, lyan-
nah Sams, Noah Shores,
Ben Wiggins and Grant
Williams.
A/B honor roll
Mikal Aaron, Dakota
Adams, Deacon Avery, An-
nika Beebe, Tremaine Bell,
Gabrielle Bess, Ayanna
Blackmon, Kodi Brazell,
Allianne Bryan, Kayla
Cartwright, Faith Castle-
berry, Jeremiah Castro,
Kameron Chaddock,


Zackory Edenfield, Lind-
sey Elliott, Devan Flynn,
Donovan Flynn, Regan
Gullett, Seth Ham, Megan
Heinemann, Tykirious
Highsmith, Tra'Vyon John-
son, Trelicia Jones, Rylie
Kish, Lillie Livingston, Isa-
iah Long, Lauren Martin,
Javier Martinez, Eli Mayo,


Hailey McDonald, Mallory
McKenny, Karlee Mercer,
Chesney Miller, Anna Beth
Milton, KaTarah Nelson,
Meagan Pelham,
Yasmin Pender,
Leighanna Perry, Avery
Retherford, Damone
Rolle, Jarod Roney,
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Joshua Sanchez, Dekarion
Sims, Jaden Smith, Dustin
Smitherman, Hanah
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Congress, Obamajoust

over college loan debt

congress and the president are jousting once
again over the cost of college loans, a perennial
dilemma that faces a July 1 deadline to avoid
a doubling of federally subsidized interest rates that
would discourage thousands of potential students
from seeking a college diploma.
Everyone seems to be in agreement that something
has to be done to keep college loans lowand afford-
able. Given that student debt amounts to more than
$1 trillion, which some fear could trigger an eventual
economic crisis, the focus should be on keeping costs
down and making them predictable. But that will
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The bill passed by the Republican-dominated House
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loans, which are awarded based on economic need....
GOP lawmakers like the plan because it would cut the
deficit by $3.7 billion over 10 years, but the downside is
obvious: A studentwho borrows money next year can
expect to see interest rise every year after that. It makes
the cost of a degree considerably more expensive,
maybe prohibitively so.
President Obama's plan also links the rates to the
10-year T-bill, and it allows borrowers to lock in a per-
manent rate so that they know what a loan will cost as
long as they remain in school. Thus, the rates, for now,
would be more affordable and predictable. He would
cap borrowing costs at 10 percent of a student's income.
However, the president's plan does not set a cap on
student loan rates in the future, a serious flaw....
; The government decided to subsidize loans a long
time ago because a college education was seen as
the gateway to the middle class. That's still the case.
Partisan disputes should not stand in the way of this
worthwhile goal.

Contact your representatives
Florida Legislature


State Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 5
District Office:
Administration Building, Room 186
Chipola College
3094 Indian Circle
Marianna, FL 32446-1701
850-718-0047
www.MyFloridaHouse.gov

State Sen. Don Gaetz, R-Dlstrict 1
District Office:
4300 Legendary Drive
Suite 230
Destin, FL 32541
850-897-5747
866-450-4366 (toll free)
www.FLSenate.gov

U.S. Congress
U.S. Rep. Steve Southerland II, R-2
1229 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
202-225-5235
@RepSoutherland
.www.Southerland.House.gov

U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla.
716 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
202-224-5274
@SenBillNelson
www.BillNelson.Senate.gov

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla.
317 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
202-224-3041
@MarcoRubio
www.Rubio.Senate.gov


Pryor should thank Bloomberg


In the unlikely event that Mark
Pryor wins re-election as
Arkansas' senior U.S. senator
in 2014, he should send NewYork
Mayor Michael Bloomberg a thank-
you gift. Something like a sugary
44-ounce Big Gulp or a case of Dr.
Pepper. Offering His Honor a 30.06
deer rifle would be churlish.
Unlike liberal groups who scared
up a primary opponent for former
Arkansas Sen. Blanche Lincoln in
2010, predictably helping her lose
to a cookie-cutter GOP conserva-
tive, Bloomberg's group Mayors
Against Illegal Guns has given the
beleaguered Democrat, well, a
target to shoot at.
Angered with Pryor's Senate vote
against broadening background
checks for gun sales one of four
Democrats to do so Mayors
Against Illegal Guhs has been run-
ning TV ads in Arkansas citing the
murder of state Democratic Party
chair Bill Gwatney by a deranged
gunman in 2008.
Narrated by former Democratic
Party official Angela Bradford-
Barnes, the commercial expresses
the disgust of just about every Ar-
kansas Democrat I know with what
they saw as Pryor's cowardly vote.
"The Caspar Milquetoast of Arkan-
sas politics," one acerbic columnist
dubbed him.
"When my dear innocent friend


A big fish, good
O n a Saturday afternoon in
May, a fisherman in Nags
Head, N.C., reeled in a 34 V2
inch, 19 pound cobia. Travis Kemp
attributed his catch to "good karma"
because he had helped free an en-
tangled brown pelican earlier.
The Outer Banks Sentinel ran a
photo of Kemp holding the big fish Mao
with the headline, "Cobia karma."
That's news people like to read.
I saw the newspaper while on va- supper. Tl
cation and had an idea. If a simple they do it.
good deed can bring such quick The den
and positive results, let's convene even learr
Congress on a fishing pier on the called ghc
Outer Banks. The president can translucer
provide rods, lures and bait. Surely sized crea
our elected leaders would accom- work. The
plish more fishing there than they 360-degre
do posturing in Washington. trait an
Getting away can bring a new They dig t
perspective. While they're visiting sand. The
North Carolina's beautiful beaches, in its burr
members of Congress and the presi- and emerge
dent could slow down and watch on dead fi
brown pelicans cruise the shoreline whatever
for fish. These impressive birds with To take t
4-foot wing spans and long bills fly brown pel
single file or inV-formation close is to see no
to the ocean, occasionally diving pelican isj
straight into the water for their efficient; s


GeneLyons


was shot to death, I didn't blame
guns," Bradford-Barnes says, "I
blamed a system that makes it
so terribly easy for criminals or
the dangerous mentally ill to buy
guns."
Pryor has said that he found the
politicizing of his friend's murder
"disgusting." Maybe he did.
Tactically speaking, the problem
with the Bloomberg ad is that just
about every Democrat I know lives
either in Hillcrest, basically the
Upper West Side of Little Rock, or
in the college town of Fayetteville
- completely atypical of Arkansas
voters generally. They can be as
disgusted as they like. But they have
nowhere to go.
Blanche Lincoln carried Hillcrest
handily against Rep. John Boozman
in 2010. She lost statewide 58 to 37
percent.
President Barack Obama also
carried Pulaski County (Little Rock)
in 2010; Mitt Romney won Arkansas
by 24 points.


So you can see Pryor's dilemma.
Meanwhile, the billionaire-cod-
dling Club for Growth (or "Club
for Greed," as former Gov. Mike
Huckabee once called it) has also
been hammering the Arkansas
Democrat with TV ads blaming him
for President Obama's supposedly
runaway spending.
But more about that to come.
Do I think Pryor's vote against
background checks was cowardly? I
did then. However, Democrats like
The Daily Beast's Mike Tomasky,
who cite polls showing strong
majorities of Arkansans favor-
ing universal background checks,
may be overlooking the difference
between a mild preference ex-
pressed to a telephone pollster and
a conviction strong enough to hold
against a barrage of paranoid NRA
propaganda.
Basically, Pryor's got to por-
tray himself as an advocate of
the Arkansas Way a moderate
Democrat like his father, former
Sen. David Pryor; like Dale Bum-
pers, and Bill Clinton a just-folks
pragmatist beset by condescending
outsiders, and one who'll fight for
you as hard as he fights for himself.
A long shot? Definitely. But it's
been done before.
Arkansas Times columnist Gene Lyons is a
National Magazine Award winner. Email: eugene-
lyons2@yahoo.Com.


karma and the news


rshaMercer

hey know what to do and
(Hint, hint.)
izens ofWashington could
From the lowly sand crab,
ost crabs because of their
it shells. These finger-
tures scurry about their
y have rotating eyes with
e vision an enviable
d zip around at 10 mph.
unnels 4 feet into the
sensible sand crab stays
ow when it's hot outside
ges when it's cool to dine
sh, plant matter and
else is handy.
he time to watch the
ican and the ghost crab
nature in harmony. The
graceful and ruthlessly
and crabs are jerky and


industrious. Dogs may bark at the
pelicans and people of all ages
chase sand crabs, but it's good
karma to let the beasties stay on
task. They perform the admirable
task of keeping the beach clean.
No one, it seems, is keeping
Washington clean. The nation's
capital wears bad karma like cheap
perfume.
Americans need a diversion from
the troubles in the capital, and per-
haps politicians could also benefit
from a diversion. The president
could make arcade games part of
his summer routine. Everybody
loves teddy bears.
During a joint appearance with
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on
the Point Pleasant Beach board-
walk, rebuilt with a $2.1 million
grant from the Federal Emergency
Management Agency, Christie won
the prize on his first football toss
and gave it to Obama. Good karma.
With practice, Obama could
improve his football aim before
a rematch. That would be good
karma.
Marsha Mercer writes from Washington. You may
contact her at marsha.mercer@yahoo.com.
2013 Marsha Mercer. All rights reserved.


The citizens of Jackson
County need to be made
aware that the original re-
quest for school uniforms
was made by the princi-
pals of our schools.
Yes it was approved by
the School Board, but
its origin was from the
individuals with whom we
trust our children's educa-
tion andd af0t.V Wethetr
the issue was public
safety, or an environment
more conducive to learn-
ing, or both, it was felt that
a school uniform policy
would improve both.
Other counties in our
state, and some of them


rural, have implemented
this policy and after the
initial negative responses,
this policy became very
popular with parents,
teachers and law
enforcement.
Personally, 1 agree with
a school uniform policy
Students are at school
only 6 to 7 hours each
school day After which
they can wear what-
ever clothing they and the
parents deem appropri-
ate. Unfortunately, each
person's opinion of what
is appropriate is different.
At home this isn't a prob-
lem but when intermixed


with others it has become
not only a problem, but
a distraction. Our chil-
dren need to be allowed
to concentrate on the
.classroom activities and
work towards academic
achievement without any
outside distractions. Their
and all our futures depend
on this.
I understand that ini-
tially there will be expense
involved. 1 hope that civic
and religious groups will
get involved to help those
in the most need of assis-
tance. But in the long run
this will be an economic
advantage to all families.


Parents please continue
to be supportive of our
schools. When I served on
the School Board many
of you told me that you
appreciated me voting
my conviction, which was
to always vote what I felt
was in the best interest of
our children's education.
Please be appreciative
of those board members
who continue to do the
same.

BETTY B. DUFFEE
RETIRED TEACHER, AND
RETIRED SCHOOL BOARD
MEMBER.
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Top readers for the fourth nine-week term were: Kindergarten, Joseph Smith 10.2, Wenceslao
Munoz 8.7 and Charles Smith 7.4; first grade, Gabbi Sellers 24.4, M.J. Bramblett 19.3 and Jamaar
Mathis 16.5; second grade, Rose McDaniel 127.1, Morgan Edwards 36.5 and Tristan Jones 28.2;
third grade, Seth Peterson 26.1, Kala Brown 23.2 and Rushi Patel 22.7; fourth grade, Katelynn
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SES celebrates reading



accomplishments


Special to the Floridan

With the end of the
school year, many reading
accomplishments were
recently acknowledged
at Sneads Elementary
School. A snow cone party
was held for nearly 450 stu-
dents who made their AR
goals for the fourth nine
weeks. A hot dog cookout
was held for the nearly 200
students who met their
AR goals for the entire
year and the top reader in
each grade was treated to a
pizza lunch with Principal
Carolyn Pilcher.
Million Word Club med-
als were awarded to the
following fifth-grade stu-
dents: Kevin Eldridge
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SES Principal Carolyn Pilcher. These students were: Joseph
Smith, Gabbi Sellers, Rosie McDaniel, Antonio Alday, Katelynn
Dunaway and Lucy Sloan.


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Bills signed to speed



foreclosures, evictions


The Associated Press

TALLAHASSEE Gov.
Rick Scott, ignoring veto
pleas from consumer ad-
vocates, on Friday signed
two measures into law
that could affect renters
and home owners across
the state. One bill could
'up speed up the foreclo-
sure process in Florida.
The other makes it eas-
ier for landlords to evict
tenants.
The two pieces of legis-
lation were among 34 bills
that Scott signed.
The governor also
signed 'another heavily
debated bill that would
require health insurers
to provide the same level
of coverage for cancer
treatments given orally as
those drugs administered
intravenously. More than
20 states have a similar
law.
The landlord-tenant
bill comes at a time when
more and more people
in the state have become
renters due to the foreclo-
sure crisis that has trou-
bled Florida for years.
Under the new law, a
tenant could pay partial
rent and still be 'evicted
within days if they fail to
turn over the rest of the
money. The measure also
would allow a landlord
to evict a tenant if a per-
son breaks rules twice in
one year. Those rules can
include parking in the
wrong spot or having an
unauthorized pet.
Sen. Kelli Stargel, R-
Lakeland and a bill spon-
sor, maintained that the
legislation did not in-
clude any major changes,
but instead was intended
to clarify the rights of
both tenants and land-
lords. Stargel is an invest-
ment property manager
and court records show


"Gov. Scott and the
Florida Legislature
have chosen the
interest of the banks
and landlords over
that ofhardworking
homeowners and
tenants"
Alice Vickers,
Florida Consumer Action Network
she has been forced to
evict tenants in the past.
Alice Vickers with the
Florida Consumer Ac-
tion Network criticized
Scott's decision to sign
both Stargel's bill and the
measure that speeds up
foreclosure.
"Qov. Scott and the
Florida Legislature have
chosen the interest of the
banks and-landlords over
that of hardworking ho-
meowners and tenants,"
Vickers said.
The Sunshine State was
one of the hardest hit by
the national collapse in
the real estate market


that began in 2008. Those
foreclosure cases quickly
swamped an. already over-
worked court system.
Rep. Kathleen Pas-
sidomo, R-Naples, said
earlier this year that her
bill preserves due-pro-
cess rights for distressed
homeowners while try-
ing to stimulate Florida's
real-estate market by get-
ting foreclosed property
"back into the stream of
commerce."
The legislation would
make banks prove in
more detail that they
own a mortgage or ex-
plain why they can't prove
ownership. It also creates
a process for others be-
sides mortgage-holders to
ask the court to speed up
foreclosure cases.
Another key provision
would reduce the statute
of limitations, or amount
of time, for banks to go af-
ter foreclosed homeown-
ers on deficiency judg-
ments from five years
to one year.


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Briefs
Hazing participant
gets house arrest


ORLANDO -The
roommate of the Florida
A&M drum major who
died after undergoing a
hazing ritual in 2011 won't
spend any time in jail
for his role in the hazing
death.
Rikki Wills was sen-
tenced Friday to one year
of house arrest and five
years probation. Wills
previously pleaded no
contest to hazing charges
in connection with Robert
Champion's death aboard
a bus in Orlando.
WFTV reports Wills told
Champion's parents he
was sorry fpr their loss.

Search on for man
after body found
TALLAHASSEE Police
are searching for a Mon-
ticello man after they say
they found a decomposing
body in the crawl space of
his home.
Police were asked to
check on David Patronis'
mother, but when they ar-
rived they learned she had
died last year.
Deputies searched the
home where the woman
lived with Patronis and
found the body in a crawl
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Frank A. Baker
Ben Saunders
James & Sikes FH
El Rio Mexican Restaurant
Gulf Power
Pilot Club of Marianna
;,. St. Luke Episcopal Church
a' Linda Pforte
Rahal-Miller
Jackson County Sheriff's Dept.
Marianna Police Dept.
Wiregrass FCU
First Federal Bank
Tallahassee Orthopedic
360 Productions
Rob Smith
David Castleberry
Paul Kemper
April Jones
Dominic Garcia
Sonic
Paramore Pharmacy
All 2 Gether Salon
Madison's Restaurant
S' Verizon (Hwy. 71 & Marianna)
Anderson Columbia
Dale Guthrie, Clerk of Court
Altrusa International
Evangel Worship Center
PeoplesSouth Bank
Wal-Mart
Jackson Co. School Board
Marianna High School
Everest Clinic
Eastside Baptist Church
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Barnes Tires
Regions Bank
Marianna Toyota
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Sweet Stuff Bakery
Laser Sporting of GA, Inc.
Carol Volpi
Officer Cory McBryar
Kay Neel
Melissa Yount
Glenn Borges
Watford Pools
Nail Spa
Cato's
Domino's Pizza
Watson's Jewelers
McCoy's
Computer & Technology Pro
CVS Pharmacy
Aaron's
Gazebo
Mr. & Mrs. Clint Pate'
Allstate
Sharon Cox, Property Appraiser
Recruiters
Michael's Toggery
pizza Hut (both locations)
Hungry Howie's
McDonald's (Lafayette)
Subway
McDaniels IGA,(Sneads)
Javier's Mexican Grill (Chipley)
Greenwood Town Hall
County Office
National Guard Armory
Wendy's
Lt. James Burch
Winn Dixie
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Davis Optometry
Badcock's
Kindel Lanes
Merle Norman
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Sixty-three companies participate in a job fair at the Brainerd Crossroads in Chattanooga,
Tenn., in May. While employers added jobs last month, the unemployment rate climbed to 7.6
percent.

Economy adds 175Kjobs,


jobless rate climbs to 7.6


The Associated Press

WASHINGTON More Americans
hunted for jobs in May, and more com-
panies filled them signs of confidence
and resilience for the slow-healing U.S.
economy.
The 175,000 jobs employers added last
month were the latest evidence that the
economy could be poised for stronger
growth in coming months despite tax in-
creases and government spending cuts.
The unemployment rate rose to 7.6
percent from 7.5 percent in April, the
Labor Department said Friday But that
increase was only because more people
began looking for work, a healthy sign.
About three-quarters of them found
jobs.
Investors seemed pleased that the re-
port lhit a' sweet spot: The job growth
showed the U.S. economy's sturdiness.
Yet the gain was modest enough that
many analysts think the Federal Reserve
will continue making bond purchases
intended to stimulate growth for at least
several more months. The purchases


,have eased long-term loan rates and
lifted stock prices.
"Job growth is still a bit weaker than de-
sired," said Russell Price, an economist
at Ameriprise Financial. But the steadi-
ness of the job gains "is a testament to
the economy's much improved underly-
ing fundamentals."
The housing market is strengthening,
auto sales are uip and consumer con-
fidence has reached a five-year peak.
Stock prices are near record highs, and
the budget deficit has shrunk.
The American economy's relative
strength contrasts with Europe, which
is gripped by recession, and Asia, where
once-explosive economies are now
struggling.
U.S. employers have added an average
of 155,000 jobs in the past three months.
But the May gain almost exactly matched
the average increase of the previous 12
months: 172,000.
Reflecting a recent trend, many of the
jobs added in May were lower-paying
ones, which aren't likely to fuel as much
consumer spending.


Equipment operator will


be charged in Pa.


The Associated Press

PHILADELPHI4A A fel-
on who was allegedly high
while operating demolition
equipment when a down-
town building collapsed
and killed six people will
be charged with involun-
tary manslaughter, a top
city official said Friday.
Sean Benschop, 42, faces
six manslaughter counts
along with six counts of.
risking a catastrophe, six
counts of reckless endan-
germent and other charg-
es, Deputy Mayor Everett
Gillison said.'
Authorities believe Ben-
schop had been using
an excavator Wednesday
when what was left of the
four-story building gave
way and fell on top of a
neighboring Salvation
Army thrift stbre, killing
two employees and four
customers, and injuring 13
others.
A toxicology report
showed "evidence that he
was high" on marijuana,
Gillison said. That finding,'
combined with witness
statements and evidence
from the scene, led to the
decision Friday to raid his
North Philadelphia home
and later seek an arrest
warrant, he said.
"The DA. has approved it
(his arrest), and my police
officers are out looking for
him as we speak," said Gil-
lison, the deputy mayor for
public safety.
Benschop, who also goes
by the name Kary Rob-
erts, has been arrested at
least 11 times since 1994


Voice expert hearing goes to fourth day
The Associated Press past three days on wheth- the teen screaming, while mal voice," said audio ex-
er screams heard on 911 Zimmerman's father has pert Peter French.
SANFORD A Florida calls can be attributed said it was his son. A second audio expert for
judge suspended until to either Martin or Zim- A British audio expert the defense also criticized.
Monday a hearing to de- merman. Voice experts testified for the defense prosecution experts who
termine if voice-recogni- were hired by lawyers Saturday that it would be said Friday that screams
tion experts will be. al- and news organiza- extremely difficult to ana- and pleas on a 911 re-
lowed to testify at George tions to analyze the calls, lyze voices by comparing cording likely belonged to
Zimmerman's trial, which were made dur- screaming to a normal Martin.


on charges ranging from
drugs to theft to weapons
possession, according to
court records. He was twice
sentenced to prison in the
1990s after being convicted
on drug trafficking charges.
Benschop's last arrest, for.
aggravated assault, came
in January 2012, but the
case was dismissed for lack
of evidence.
The victims include a
pair of 24-year-old artist
friends shopping at the
store and a newly engaged
woman working her first
day there.
Video ',shot of the scene
days before the fatal col-
lapse show bricks falling
onto a sidewalk, which
remained open to pedes-
trians, as a worker 'used
heavy equipment to take
out a front wall.
Some blame has been
lobbed at demolition con-
tractor Griffin Campbell,
whose background in-
cludes arrests for drugs, as-
sault and insurance fraud,
along with two bankruptcy
filings. He was being paid
$10,000 for the job, ac-
cording to the demolition
permit.
Campbell violated sev-


collapse
eral .federal safety regula-
tions, while building owner
Richard Basciano should
have picked a more quali-
fied and competent con-
tractor to do the work, said
lawyer Robert Mongeluzzi,
who represents injured
store worker Nadine White
in a lawsuit filed Friday
against the pair.

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Circuit Judge Debra Nel-
son halted the hearing
Saturday after an audio
expert was unable to tes-
tify because he was stuck
at an airport. She will issue
a ruling after testimony is
concluded.
The hearing will con-
tinue Monday along with
the first day of jury selec-
tion in Zimmerman's trial.
He has been charged with
second-degree murder for
fatally shooting 17-year-
old Trayvon Martin in
February 2012.
Audio experts have been
giving testimony over the


ing the confrontation be-
tween the two. Thus far,
the experts have reached
mixed conclusions.
Defense attorneys don't
want them to testify.
In deciding whether to
admit the voice-recogni-
tion technology. Nelson
must determine whether
it is too novel or whether
it has been accepted by a
community of experts.
The screams are crucial
pieces of evidence since
they could determine who
the aggressor was in the
confrontation. Martin's
family contends it was


voice.
"I've never come across a
case in my 13 years where
anybody's tried to com-
pare screaming to a nor-


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Obituary

James & Sikes
Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Fl 32446
850.482.2332
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BettyA.
Harrison

Betty A. Harrison, 76, of
Marianna, died Friday,
June 07, 2013, in Marianna.
A native of Fairfield, ILL.,
Mrs. Harrison had resided
in Marianna for the past
five years. As a military
wife and later as a civilian
she traveled quite exten-
sively. She loved to garden.
Most of all she loved her'
Family.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, Wil-
liam Leon Harrison; her
parents, Hayward J. and
Reba Mae Burk Canull and
one sister, Patsy Martin.
Survivors include her
daughter, Mitzi Spears and
husband Ricky of Marian-
na; a grand daughter,
Tasha Nicholson and hus-
band Drew of Marianna;
the love and joy of her life,
two great grandchildren,
Halley and Harrison
"Bubba" Nicholson; three
brothers, Omer and Gene
Canull both of DeFuniak
Springs and Jim Canull of
Sidney, ILL; three sisters,
Sharon Gaither and hus-
band Terry of Green Pond,
AL, Dixie Lenseigne and
husband Steve of Green
Pond, Kathy Butler and
husband Ray of Niceville.
A host of nieces and neph-
ews.
Graveside funeral serv-
ices will be at 10 am Mon-
day, June 10, 2013 at
Pinecrest Memorial Gar-
dens with Rev. Levon Pettis
officiating with James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
Expressions of sympathy
maybe made online at
www.jamesandsikesfuneral
holmes.com

Florists

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Calhoun
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Work


begins


onSR20


bridge

From staff reports

Construction begins the
week of June 10 on the SR
20 Chipola River Bridge
west of Blountstown.
Florida Department of
Transportation District
Three says the project
consists of replacing the
antiquated bridge over
the Chipola River with a
new two-lane bridge.
Traffic will continue to
use the current bridge as
crews construct the new
structure directly adjacent
and the speed limit will
be reduced in the
construction zone.
Work is scheduled to
be complete fall 2014.
FDOT recognizes the
Chipola River Paddling
Trail as a well-known
recreational-use
facility for paddling and
boating. During
construction
temporary delays may
occur near the bridge
and notification will be


provided;
All transportation
activities are weather
dependent and may be
delayed or rescheduled
in the event of inclement
weather. Motorists are
reminded to pay
attention and use caution
when driving through
the work zone.


Students still struggle on FCAT exam


The Associated Press

TALLAHASSEE Many
Florida students continue
to struggle on high-stakes
tests in reading and math,
although new results
released Friday showed
signs of improvement
for those students taking
two key tests needed to
graduate.
The Florida Depart-
ment of Education re-
ported that nearly half of
the high school students
who took the-reading por-
tion of the Florida Com-
prehensive Assessment
Test did not get a passing
grade. More than 386,000
students took the test.
This year 54 percent of
10th graders passed the
reading test a 4 percent
improvement over last
year. Ninth graders also


boosted their score to 53
percent a 1 percent
change.
The 10th grade FCAT
reading test is crucial be-
cause students must pass
it in order to graduate.
SBut the slight improve-
ment in reading scores for
high school students was
offset by the news that the
scores of fourth and fifth
graders taking the reading
test had slipped slightly
from the previous year.
Sixty percent of students
in those grades passed
the FCAT reading test.
The percentage of stu-
dents in grades 5 through
8 who passed the FCAT
math test also declined
from last year, including
a substantial drop among
eighth graders.
State officials, how-
ever, pointed out that


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scores have improved
from last year on end-of-
course exams required in
classes such as algebra
and biology. The algebra
1 end of course assess-
ment is also a graduation
requirement. "
Some 64 percent of those
taking the algebra test for
the first time passed it
compared to 58 percent
last year. The jump for
biology was even larger
as 67 percent of students
passed the test an eight
point percentage gain
from 2012.
"I personally see this as a
mixed bag of results," said
Education Commissioner.
Tony Bennett "... There
are substantial gains with
(end of course assess-
ments) that we should be
happy about. On the other
hand the FCAT, results are


flat and I personally find
that unacceptable."
The results also could
be a troubling sign for
what lies ahead as the
state shifts all grades to
what are known as com-
mon core standards by
the 2014-15 school year.
Bennett conceded that
scores could dip and
school grades could suf-
fer initially, but he prom-
ised a "full frontal assault"
in the next school year to
get students and teachers
prepared for the looming
changes.
His comments come just
a few weeks after some
State Board of Education
members fretted about
whether the state was do-
ing enough to counter a
growing backlash to the
new standards.
FCAT scores have been


P a .* "


Tilly is 10-week-old female border collie mix who was part of
a litter of seven puppies abandoned in Malone. Tilly and her SUBMITTED PHOTO
sister Dolly are the only puppies from that group that have This 9-year-old Arabian mare is cute and smart. She has some
not been adopted yet. If you are interested in adopting Her or training to prepare her for saddle riding and is ready for a
Dolly, the shelter is at 4011 Maintenance Drive in Marianna. new owner to finish it and give her a great home. If you would
Its hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Friday and 10 a.m. to 1 like to adopt her, please call Hidden Springs Horse Rescue
p.m. Saturday. The shelter's phone number is 482-4570; the at (850) 526-2231 to schedule a visit. Their website is www.
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MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Darlene Smith (right) slices off a piece of bread for Tiffany Hilton as Christine and Remmie Hilton try out their sample
Saturday at the Marianna City Farmers Market.


Market
From Page 1A

likely to perform the title
cut from her CD, The Road
That Leads To You.
The marketvendors have
been at their current loca-
tion about four years, but
the Jackson County Farm-
ers Market has a decades-
long history Many of the
vendors have become
close over the years, help-
ing each other in a variety
of ways. On Friday, for
instance, market manager
Sharon Arnett, of Arnett's
Acre, was helping associa-
tion vice-president Lynn


Lipford pick blueberries at
her place, Nubbin Ridge
Farms. They were getting
ready for the next day's
market and 'for Lipford's
upcoming U-Pick season.
The day before that, on
market-day Thursday,
Arnett took advantage
of a brief lull in business
that morning to stroll
down and visit with a
fellow vendor, Hill Nurs-
ery owner Gene Ryals.
He had vegetable plants,
fruit trees, ornamentals
and flowering plants like
the rare pink poinsettia
that he'd set up as a show-
piece. She came back to
her own booth with a new
treasure from his a ha-


banera bush she'd bought.
Heavily laden with those
bright orange-yellow
peppers, the bush will no
doubt be a heavy con-
tributor when she makes
her next batch of some-
thing spicy that requires a
pepper "100 times hotter
than jalapefto," she said.
Like Arnett, many other
vendors at the market of-
fer "added value" prod-
ucts, like jellies, jams,
pepper sauce, syrup and
more.
On customer apprecia-
tion day, many of them
will be sharing recipes
and/or samples of those
goodies.
On Thursday, Arnett had


Bear visits downtown Orlando


The Associated Press

ORLANDO Residents in a
downtown Orlando neighborhood
got a visit from an unusual guest on
Saturday: A bear.
The animal wandered its way
down a city street and. up into a tree
near Lake Lorna Doone and the
Florida Citrus Bowl stadium, the Or-
lando Police Department reported.


It was not threatening anyone and
had already been tagged by wildlife
officials when officers found it.
Priceless Bar-B-Que owner Ray-
mond Price said he didn't believe
the man who rode by his restau-
rant on his bicycle about 2 a.m. and
told him a bear was walking up and
down the street.
Seven hours later, Price saw the
animal himself resting up in a tree.


made a 15-bean soup fea-
turing many of the things
she and other grow-
ers produce. She kept it
warm in a crock pot, and
gave out samples in tiny
condiment-sized bowls
and expects to have
something special for
customers to taste on ap-
preciation day; as well as
on other days leading up
to it.
And if you find the fresh,
reasonably-priced pro-
duce so tempting that
you need more than your
two hands to carry it all,
don't worry. There's a
heavy-wheeled cart you
can use to get it all to your
vehicle.


neighborhood
He estimated the bear weighs be-
tween 300 and 350 pounds.
"It's just sitting there," he said.
"The bear probably won't come
down because of the noise."
Jean Marie Conner, a wildlife bi-
ologist with the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commission,
said officials hope the public will
back away at nighttime and let the
bear come down and go on its way.


the main focus for more
than a decade in the
state's schools after for-
mer Gov. Jeb Bush pushed
through his A+ education
reform plan in 1999.
FCAT scores are the
primary factor in deter-
mining A-to-F grades
for schools. Those that
get high grades can earn
monetary rewards while
schools deemed failing
can face sanctions that
include staff, faculty and
student transfers.
But the state is now
beginning to transition
away from this system as
it moves to implement
common core standards.
The separate FCAT writ-
ing and reading tests will
eventually be replaced
by an English language
arts test tied to the new
standards.


Wright
Erom Page 1A

has selected Jackson
County as the site of its
annual day-long retreat
for board members,
and that the retreat
will be the day after the
board meeting. The or-
ganization has already
booked a block of lo-
cal motel rooms for
the night of the board
meeting since the re-
treat will follow here
the next day, Wright
says, creating an eco-
nomic shot in the arm
for a local business.
The overnight stay also
means that the visitors
will potentially have
some additional time
to check out the local
attractions. That, he
hopes, could lead some
of them to stay an extra
night to explore the lo-
cal area more fully.
Wright said he agrees
with Wade that eco-
nomic development
should be a high prior-
ity for local communi-
ties. "It's the number
one concern," he said.
"It affects everyone
within the towns. If
we have businesses
thriving in Malone and
everybody's working,
they're going to spend
some money in Malo-
ne. That's why we need
to concentrate on it."
Wright said he ex-
pects 80-100 people
to attend the July 18
board meeting and'
dinner, and he hopes
local community lead-
ers will be there in.
force to network with
the visitors. The League
includes 17 coun-
ties across the region,'
stretching from east of
Tallahassee westward
to the Pensacola area.

Troubled cop
faces new charges
OPA-LOCKA -A
former sergeant with
the longest police in-
ternal affairs rap sheet
in the state of Florida
was behind bars again
on Saturday.
The Florida Depart-
ment of Law Enforce-
ment charged German
"GB" Bosque, 49, with
kidnapping, battery
and tampering with
a witness who tried
to file a complaint
against him. Bosque
could face life in pris-
on if convicted of the
kidnapping charge.
Bosque turned him-
self in Friday and was
being held without
bond at the Miami-
Dade County jail.
Bosque's attorney
told The Miami Herald
Bosque was being
treated differently be-
cause he is an officer.
From wire reports


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Sports Briefs
Marianna Summer
League Basketball
Tuesday Blountstown vs.
Bainbridge, 4 p.m.; Port St. Joe
vs. Graceville, 5 p.m.; Bain-
bridge vs. Port St. Joe, 6 p.m.;
Graceville vs. Blountstown, 7
p.m.
Thursday Marianna
vs. Mosley, 4 p.m.; Bay vs.
Sneads, 5 p.m.; Bainbridge vs.
Port St. Joe, 6 p.m.; Graceville
vs. Blountstown, 7 p.m.

Cottondale Summer
Basketball
Cottondale High School
plays host to Rickards and.
Dothan High on Thursday
afternoon, with Cottondale
facing Rickards at 3 p.m.,
Rickards vs. Dothan at 4 p.m.,
and Cottonidale vs. Dothan at
5p.m.

Chipola Baseball Camps
Chipola baseball codch
leftf Johnson will offer three
camps: a pitching camp that
will meet June 10-11, a hitting
camp June 12-13, and a skills
camp June 17-18.
The camps are for ages 7-18
and all cost $100, though a
Grand Slam Special rate for all
three camps is $250.
All baseball camps meet
from 9 a.m. to noon.
For more information, call
Chipola assistant coach Chris
Hutcheson at 850-718-2243.

Chipola Softball Camps
Chipola softball coaches
Jimmy and Belinda Hendrix
will offer a skills camp on
June 17-18 and a hitting camp
June 19 at Chipola College.
The camps are for all ages
and both will run from 1-4
p.m., with a $100 cost for the
hitting camp. $50 for the skills
camp, and $135 for both.
Campers should bring a
glove, a bat, tennis shoes, and
cleats. For more infori nation.
call 850-718-2358.

Children's Swimming
Lessons
Chipola College will offer
children'ss swimming lessons
for ages 4 and up as sched-
uled onl the following dates:
June 17-27 with a deadline of
June13.
Classes are available at 10
a.m. qr 7 p.m. Sessions in-
clude eight 45-minute classes
which meet Monday through
Thursday for two weeks.
Cost of regular swimming
lessons is $55. Pre-legistra-
dion is required and there is a
late registration fee. For more
information, call 718-2473 or
visit www.chipola.edu.:

Marianna Swim Team
SThe Marianna Swim Team
is a local, recreational swim
(eamrn for boys and girls ages
4-18. Practices are held from
Sp.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday
through Thursday through
August at Chipola College
Pool.
Meets are held on Saturdays
throughout the summer.
Registration is open. All that
is required is the swimmer
swim one full pool length (25
yards) and that children un-
der 10 have parental supervi-
sion during practices.
The registration fee of $35
payable to MST helps cover
cost of life guards and relay
events at meets. Team T-shirts
for members will be an ad-
ditional $5 and $15 for non-
members. Pool membership
is also required by Chipola
College.
For additional information
callVicki Pelham at 482-2435;
Angie Bunting at 209-8918;
Julie Smith at 557-3292; Mon-
ica Bolin at 209-2388; or email
your questions to MST2010@
centurylink.net.

See BRIEFS, Page 2B


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Mader returning



to Chipola


Michael Mader is
baseball season.


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN/FILE
seen pitching in this photo from Chipola's 2013


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

Chipola pitcher Michael Mad-
er will return to the school for
his sophomore season after de-
ciding not to sign a professional
contract prior to being selected
during the Major League Base-
ball Draft over the weekend.
Mader was projected to go as
high as the fifth round on Fri-
day's second day of the draft, but
the 6-foot-2 left-hander decided
late Thursday night that he was
going to put off his professional
dreams for at least one more
year.
"I just thought I could really
use another year to get better
and that another year of school


would help," he said Friday. "It
was definitely tough to say no
because not everybody gets that
opportunity. It was definitely a
tough decision."
The decision came after con-
versations with Chipola coach
Jeff Johnson and Mader's moth-
er Shelia, with the former a bit
more emphatic about what was
the best option on the table.
"Mom was probably 50/50
on it and was going to go with
whatever I chose. Coach J was
more with me to stay and not
for selfish reasons," Mader said.
"He thought I could use another
year to get better. I feel like with
the way he helped me to make so
See MADER, Page 2B


HORNETS COMPETE IN CAMP


Bulldogs hold off Tigers,


race past'Jackets

BYDUSTIN KENT H ',,
dkent@jcfloridan.com K;IM .*;,. ,. *.

The Marianna Bulldogs :- '
went a perfect 2-0 to start play Vv .'
at the Chipola Team Camp on.. "/:'- ,
Friday, taking wins over the '; lll
Graceville Tigers and Vernon
Yellowjackets. F
The Bulldogs played both :.
games at Marianna High'
School, edging past Gracev.-
ille 38-33 in their first game ,; .
before finishing the day _
with a 72-53 victory over
Vernon.
In the win over the Yellow- '"kt
jackets, the Bulldogs got off *.'
to a fast start with a 7-2 run :.""
capped off by consecutive
highlight reel dunks by Her- l^," "'..
man Williams making it 24-11 MARKSKINNFR/FLORIDAI
Marianna's Shaquarious Baker goes up for
See BULLDOGS, Page 2B shot against Chipley on Saturday.


C ottondale's Darius
Roulhac tries a
three-pointer dur-
Sing a Chipola Team Camp
game against Walton
Friday morning. The
Hornets lost their only two
games Friday to Walton
41-29 and Daleville (Ala.)
53-38.



















MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN



Tigers take one,


drop two at Chipola
BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Malone Tigers tool one and dropped two in
Friday's first day of the Chipola Team Camp, beating
the Mosley Dolphins and losing to Seminole County
(Ga.) and Bainbridge (Ga.).
The Tigers opened up the day with an 8 a.lm. start
time and a 51-47 loss to Seminole County before
coming back two hours later and knocking off Mosley
45-33.
The Dolphins all but erased an early 12-point
Malone lead with an 11-2 run to make it 31-28 with
just over nine minutes to play.
Athree-pointer yChancellor Lockett finallystopped
the run for Malone, but a three-point play for Mosley
got the deficit back to there with 7:07 remaining.
A bank shot by Alonze Bailey, a driving bucket by
Antwain Johnson, an offensive rebound and put-
back by Xavier Gray, a three-pointer by Johnson, and
a free throw by Bailey comprised an 11-0 response by
the Tigers to put the game out of reach in the closing
minutes.
See TIGERS, Page 2B


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Chipley tops Bearcats


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkol'l O1jt lllll1l i ',ui Ji

v)esplile missingt ltir
Sbesl player, lihei ( 1idl-v
'ligers were abl to pull
perhaps the llnosi lil-
presslve win of the lirsl
day of ihe ( ih I I .i,
Camiiip on Friday, knock-
ing o T the Bainbridge
(Gai,) Boarcats and long-
thime (',lply coach Rickey
McCullough.
Rising sophomore star
and leading scorer Trent
Forrest was out of town for
the weekend, but his ris-
ing junior running mate
Tyrome Sharpe was there
to pick up il slack, scor-
ing 20 points, including 15
in the first ,lall ii, help Chi-
pley recover from an ,. Iv
14-point delicitl.
Bainbridge led 16 |just
over five rililoues Into d]i
game thanks to touri quick
three-pointers, with three
coming from 'lvec C1rui1p,



Tigers
From Page 1B
Next up for Malone was
Balnbridge, and the Tigers
were overwhelmed by a
three-point shooting spree
by Bearcats guard Tyree
Crump, who knocked
down four long range shots
for 17 points in,the first
half alone, as Bainbridge
moved out to a 39-23 lead
at the break.
Lockett drilled a three to
start the second half and
cut the margin back to 13,
but the Bearcats answered
with a 17-4 run to blow the
game open and take a 56-
30 lead with 13 minutes to
play.
The Tigers never got clos-
er than 19 points the rest of
the way.
Johnson scored 21 points
to lead Malone, with Chai
Baker adding 13.
After the game, Malone


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MARK SKINNrR/FLORIDAN
Chiploy's Tyrono Sharpe lines up a shot during a Chipola Team
Camp game against Marlanna on Saturday.


who finislied with a game-
high 2!7 Vpoits.
Anotilher Ihree l)by Crutimp
tnlde ii 28 1" IBearcats
wil)h 9:1I on the clock, but
the Tie'lers gol a three and
ai two bIy /Zaik Campbell,
with Sliarpe adding a three


coach Ste'ven Welch said
the loss to Bainhridge was
a good illustration of how
IIImuchI physical and men-
tal anatoiii\ his team still
needs to gain before next
season;
"I thought it was like
men against boys out
there," he said. "(The
Bearcats) used their matu-
rity and strength to knock
us off our spots and that
led to turnovers and bad
shots by us. But that's just
a part of the process for
us. There were some en-
couraging signs today but
also some discouraging
stuff.
"Overall, I thought we
were OK. We competed
and the kids played hard.
I thought Chai and (John-
son) did a good job of play-
ing hard even when they
weren't playing well. That's
important because those
guys are the engine of this
team."


and Logan Justice knock-
ing down back to back tri-
ples to tie the game 30-30.
The Tigers took a 38-
37 lead into the halftime
break and went utip by
four early in the second
half after another triple by


Campbell and a bucket by
JJ Holmes.
Crump continued his of-
fensive onslaught, though,
scoring six of the next 12
Bainbridge points to put
the Bearcats up 51-48 with
6:15 remaining.
Four quick points by
Sharpe put Chipley back
up orie, and a free throw
by Sharpe gave the Tigers
a 56-53 edge with 1:53 to
play.
Crump answered with a
pull-up three in transition
to tie it back up with 1:25
to play, but Chipley got the
last word in on a swished
triple from the left cor-
ner by Campbell who
finished with 16 points -
with 26 seconds left to put
the Tigers up for good.
It was the third win in
three tries for the Tigers
on Friday, with a 50-43 win
over Bay High followed by
a 40-28 victory over the
Walton Braves.


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Antwain Johnson makes a slam dunk for Malone during a game
against Mosley on Friday.


Graceville goes winless on first day of camp


BY DUSTIN KENT
dent'icfloridan.com

The Graceville Tigers
went 0-for-3 on their first
day of the Chipola Team
Camp on Friday after-
noon, suffering losses to
Marianna, Bay High, and
Seminole County (Ga.).
Graceville opened
up with Marianna at
9 a.m. and played the
Bulldogs tough, losing
38-33.
In the second game
against Bay High, the Tor-
nadoes jumped out to a
quick 11-0 start before
the ligeis rallied to get
to within four at halftime
thanks largely to 10 points
by Marquavious lohnson,
with a three-pointer by
Rashard McKinnie cutting
it to 24-20.
A basket by Derek White
to start the second half
got the deficit to just two
points, but the Tornadoes
gradually pulled away
soon after, isingi a 14-8
spurt to take a *i.' edge
with 6:27 to play and going
on to take a 47-34 win.
In Friday's finale against
Senilnole County, the Ti-
gers found themselves


MARKSKINNIR/FLORIDAN
Graceville's AJ Davis tries to get two points against Bainbridge
on Saturday.


down I10 points at half-
time before a quick spurt
to start tile second half got
the margin to three with 17
minuilites to play.
Utifortunalely for the
Tigers, they managed just
two more points the rest
of the way, with Seminole
County turning the game
into a 50-23 rout.
GHS coach Matt Ander-


son said lie thought his
team started feeling some
fatigue in the final game,
especially his younger
players without experi-
ence playing in similar
situations.
"It's a big difference hav-
ing juniors and seniors
playing their third game
of the day and freshmen
and sophomores doing it,"


he said. "They weren't pre-
pared mentally to handle
that and they handled it
like eighth, ninth, and 10
th graders. Some of our
juniors and seniors didn't
step up and take the load
off."
The coach did say he
was lappy with his team's
.effort against Marianna,
but the day overall should
serve as a lesson for his
young players about what
it takes to compete at the
varsity level.
"We didn't have sus-
tained effort except for the
first game of the day when
we were fresh, but that's
a part of the progress you
try to make in the sum-
mer," he said. "We made
some young mistakes that
you make when you get
tired. Your brain gets tired
after your body gets tired,
and we made some poor
decisions.
"We just need this expe-
rience. We're young, but
we'll grow from it. Some-
times those JV kids who
went 19-0 need to figure
out that this is a different
level. A day like today gives
you a pretty good wakeup
call."


Mader
From Page 1B
many strides over my
freshman year, J ir., .., .
to see what he can do with
me with another season."
Mader was very good in
his first year against col-
lege competition, going
6-1 with a 2.65 Earned
Run Average in Panhan-
dle Conference play to
win the league's P,:jih.r
of the Year award.
But the former Mari-
anna lIldf^,'r, star said
he still has much room
to grow to improve his
pitching repertoire and
his draft stock.
"I think I can start
throwing my slider and
my changeup more con-
sistently for strike, with
just a little fine1-tuning
on my mechanics, and
1 hliil I can add an-
other one or two miles
per hour in .., If iI',," he
said. "I'd love to get i.lii
first round opportunity
of course, bul I feel like
I have a solid chance of
making it somewhere in
the middle of the second
round (next year)."
Johnson said he was
happy to have Mader
back for another season,
but he understood the
difficulty of turning down
the opportunity to fulfill
a lifelong dream.
"Michael had a tough
decision to make. Any-
time you're in a position
where you can go in the
top five rounds of a draft
and you start talking
about that type of money,
it makes it a really tough
decision," the coach said.


Bulldogs
From Page 1B
with nine minutes left in
the first half.
But Vernon answered
with 14 straight points
of its own, as Alex Brown
caught fire, scoring seven
points during the run
including a layup after a
turnover to put his team
in the lead 25-24.
Marianna finished the
half strong with six straight
points to go up 32-27 and
used a 17-4 surge in the
second half to seize con-
trol of the game.
With the game tied 34-
34 with 17:45 remaining,
MHS got a free throw by
Rdderick Copeland, a la-
yup by Jamel Johnson, a
dunk by Copelan8 fol-
lowing a Vernon turn-
over, back to back threes
by Williams, a steal and
dunk by Johnson, and a
three-point play by Trey
Clemons to make it 51-38
with 12 minutes left.
Consecutive threes by


Briefs
From Page 1B
Bulldog Wrestling
Club
The Bulldog Wrestling
Club is starting practice
for the summer season.
Practice will be Tues-
days and Thursdays from
5:30-7 p.m. at the old


"FProm talking to Michael
a little bit, it got down to
his education being im-
portant to him and real-
i/ii, he can get better as
a pitcher and that anoth-
er year in school would
not hurt him. All three of
those things were viable
for him as reasons to stay
another year.
"It's like I told him,
there's a big different
between being a profes-
sional baseball player
and being a big league
player. You've got to
be ready mentally and
ll,",ii.:jlI'. to play major
league baseball because
that's where you're going
to make your money."
With Mader back in the
fold for 2014 along with
fellow right-handerTaylor
Lewis, the Indians will re-
turn two of their top three
pitchers and could have
as many as seven other
players with starting ex-
perience coming back.
That would seem to
position the Indians as
the potential favorites in
the Panhandle Confer-
ence next season, as well
as one of the top con-
tenders for a state title
and a trip to the NJCAA
World Series, a notion
Mader said he fully agrees
with.
"I feel like we have a re-
ally good'shot next year
as a team to win state
with all the guys we have
returning," he said. "We
have a lot of experience
coming back. It would
be awesome if we could
come back and get a ring
for state and go off to
Grand Junction (site of
the World Series)."


Brown got the Yellowjack-
ets back to within single
digits at 53-44, but consec-
utive buckets by Clemons,
a free throw by Antavious
Leonard, and a three-
pointer by Clemons sand-
wiched between a pair of
baskets by Shaquarious
Baker put MHS up 20 with
7:30 remaining.
Williams led the Bull-
dogs with 20 points,
while Clemons added 16.
Brown scored 18 points to
lead the way forVernmor
Marianna coach Travis
Blanton said that the dif-
ference in the game was
his team's ability to make
the Yellowjackets pay for
their miscues.
"We did a good job of
getting it up the floor
when they turned it over
and finishing at the other
end," he said. "The'kids
did a good job of causing
turnovers and creating
some havoc on defense.
Our kids like that pace.
It was. fun for them and
they're taking some pride
in it."


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Dear Annie: I have been doing a lot of
family-tree research and recently learned
that my ancestors owned slaves from the
early 18th-century until the end of the
Civil War, when my last slave-owning
ancestor was shot in the head by Union
troops.
My problem is, one of my brothers mar-
ried an African-American woman, and
they have two young daughters. I am close
to my brother and his wife, and I adore my
mixed-race nieces, who identify as black.
My family considers me the repository of
ancestral information. What on earth do I
tell them? I worry that it would be terribly
difficult for them to learn that their an-
cestors were slave owners and fought on
the side of the Confederacy. Family lore,
as well as official records, indicates that
my ancestors didn't own many slaves and
were not cruel people, but still.
I can easilytalk to my nieces about those
European ancestors who never came to
America, many of whom were members
of the aristocracy. But I feel an obligation
to tell the truth about all of their relatives
if they should ask.
How do I talk to them about this in a
sensitive way? I know they eventually
could find out on their own if they bother
to search, because it's in the public record.
Most of all, I want my nieces to know how
much we love them, that I find the fami-
ly's slavery past shameful, and that we are
proud that our family has become more
diverse. But it still doesn't erase what hap-
pened. Please help.
-K.C.
Dear K.C.: You are taking on more blame
than necessary for your family's past. Talk
to your sister-in-law. Tell her what you
'discovered in your research, and add what
you told us that you love your brother's
family and find your slavery past shame-
ful. Should these nieces someday become
interested in their family history, they will
want this information, warts and all, and
are entitled to have it. The most important


thing is to reassure them of your love.

Dear Annie: I work in a doctor's office as
a receptionist. I was with a customer (a
salesman), and another receptionist was
with a patient. At some point during this
time, another patient apparently came
in. I was away from the front desk to take
the salesman where he needed to go. The
patient who came in texted the doctor,
saying she was ignored and his staff is in-
competent and rude.
Our office manager instructed us that
we essentially are to push aside salesmen,
drug reps, etc., in order to take care of the
patient. I disagree. I was waiting on this
salesman and believe I should stay with
that person until I am finished. Who is
right?
.- ETIQUETTE CONFUSED
Dear Confused: Your office manager.
That salesperson was not a customer. He
was there to sell you something. The "cus-
tomer" is the patient, and the patient al-
ways comes first. Rest assured, the sales-
person will be fine waiting until you are
finished taking care of the people who are
actually paying for your services.

Dear Annie: I read the letter from "N.N.,"
whose husband is severely depressed and
she is thinking of leaving him because she
doesn't see the situation improving.
Your advice did, not go far enough. The
wife should revisit her marriage vows.
Wasn't there something in there about "in
sickness and in health"? If her husband
was healthy and she became sick, would
she want him to leave her?
My wife suffered a massive stroke when
she was 35. When she was 50, she was di-
agnosed with end-stage renal disease. I
left my career to care for her at home and
became a trained kidney-dialysis techni-
cian. I didn't run away If the situations
were reversed, she would do the same.
That's what marriage is all about.
-TAMARAC, FLA.


Bridge

Victor Cherbuliez, a French novelist who died in 1899, said, "What helps luck is a
habit of watching for opportunities, of having a patient but restless mind."
At the bridge table, you have lots of
opportunities, especially if you have a North 06-08-13
restless mind that works logically. 4 J 8 3
If things seem desperate, restlessly V -
look for a lie of the cards that will al- K 0 5 3 2
low you to get home. In this deal, for K J 9 6 4
example, South is in four hearts. West 4 K
leads his singleton club. East wins West East
with his ace and returns the club 10, 10 9 7 6 4 2 4 KQ 5
his highest being a suit-preference j 3 2 V K 7 4
signal for spades. So West, after ruff- 10 8 6 9
ing, shifts to the spade 10, which runs
to South's ace. Declarer cashes his 4* 2 A 10 8 7 3
heart ace, but both opponents follow South
low. Should South continue with a low 4 A
heart, hoping the king falls, or with the V A Q 10 9 8 6 5
heart queen, trying to pin the jack? A 7 4
After East opens one club, South
might overcall one heart or four 4 Q 5
hearts. One heart will work better if r th
North-South can have an uncontest- Dealer: North
ed auction, and especially i.f they can Vulnerable: Both
make a slam. However, since North South West North East
is a passed hand, a slam is unlikely. Pass 1
And jumping straight to four hearts ass
.,might keep the opponents out of four 4 V Pass Pass Pass
spades.
There are only 14 high-card points Opening lead 2
missing, so East must have the heart p la:4'
king. But at first glance, South's next
play appears to be a guess. Suppose, though, that he leads a low heart and East's
king drops from an original king-doubleton holding. It would not help, because East
would lead another club, which would promote West's heart jack as the setting trick.
So, South should lead the heart queen, hoping that he pins West's jack.

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

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CELEBRITY CIPHER
by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
Each letter In the cipher stands for another.

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us from the obligation of liking our friends." -- P.D. James
TODAY'S CLUE: A slenbe S
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Horoscopes

GEMINI (May 21-June
20) TWo interrelated
projects might have a
good potential for profit
if they're handled in tan-
dem. Try to see the big pic-
ture, and act accordingly.
CANCER (June 21-July
22) A friend might dis-
cuss a new idea. If you
believe it to be a good one
and there's room for you
to share in it, do so. r
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
-We all have varied roles
to play in life. You've been A
a giver for a while now 1F
it's time to start receiving.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 5
10A
22) If you take an old 12,
venture apart, you should
131
be able to discover new 1
ways to make it profit-
able. Don't be afraid to get 141
15E
a little messy.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) 16C
-Your many accomplish- 181
ments will not only be for
yourself, but for the ben- 191
efit of others. Your efforts 23
will boar much fruit.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 261
22) Usually, what we 27F
know is more significant
than who we know. How- 301
ever, when it comes to the 32 i
present cycle, your social 34'
contacts will be of vital
35F
importance.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- 361
Dec. 21) A casual ac- 37E
quaintance might ask for
help sorting out a prob- 38
lem. Don't hesitate to ask r
for a fee if it falls in your
occupational domain.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-
Jan. 19) An alliance has
a chance of being suc- 10
cessful. Your instincts will 13
tell youi who will be pro-
ductive and who, won't. 15
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) You're presently in
a cycle where good things
could come without much 30
effort. Reap the benefits, -
but don't take anything
for granted.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March
20) It isn't likely you will
feel comfortable if you're
allowed to play only a mi-s
nor role in a big project, -5
You belong up front, call-
ing the shots. Find a way 57
to get there.-
ARIES (March 21-April -s
19) Your ability to ca-
pably balance several en-
deavors at the same time 1
gives you an edge over the 5
competition. Don't waste
it. 8
TAURUS (April 20-May 11
20) It can blie unwise to 12
14
change your mind at the 15
last minute, but there are
plenty of times when it's 17
18
necessary.
19


World 21
Almanac 23
Today is the 160th day of 24
2013 and the 82nd. day of 27
spring. 29
TODAY'S HISTORY In 30
1790, John Barry's "The 34
Philadelphia Spl)lli9 37
Book" became the first 38
copNylighte'd work in the 39
United States.
in 1954, Army counsel
Joseph Welch confronted
Sen. Joseph McCarthy 43
during the Army-McCar-
thy hearings. F
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS:
Cole Porter (1891-1964),
composer; Roberl Cum-
mings (1910-1990), actor; i-
Robert McNaiuara (1916-
2009), World Bank head/
I.,S. secretary of defense;
Les Paul (1915-2009), mu-
sician/invenlor; Dick Vi-
tale (1939- ), sportscaster;
Michael J, Fox (1961 -), ac-
tor; Johnny l)epp (1963-), ,-
actor; Natalie Portman
(19H1-), actress.
TODAY'S FACT. Secre-
tariat, who claimed horse
racing's Triple Crown on
this day in 1973, was one
of three non-human ath- ,T
letes included In liSPN's


list of the 100 greatest F
20th-century athletes. "-


Entertainment Brief

Jazz funeral planned for musician
SAVANNAH, Ga. Friends and family of
Georgia musician Ben Tucker are planning to say
farewell with a New Orleans-style jazz funeral.
The jazz bassist played with greats from Herbie
Mann to Quincy Jones. He died Tuesday when a
speeding car crashed into his golf cart. He was 82.
Tucker's funeral has been scheduled for Monday
at the Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Ascen-
sion in Savannah. Afterward, musicians plan
to lead a New Orleans-style procession to Ellis
Square, where an outdoor concert is planned.
From wire reports


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Chris
Slice thin
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Sighed
oudly
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creator
(2 wds.)
ridied up
Smile
widely
Cousins of
Bond, for
one
Beats, as
with fists
Navy
noncom
Aussie
jumper
Foul
callers
Roomy
sleeve
Ladles
"Fighting"
team
Pooh's
friend
Pizarro's
conquest
Easel
display
Lamb's
mama


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whale glass brand 42"American
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5 Old French 23 Dernier commerce
coin 24 Crab's 44 Fancy
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Hostel
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money
47 Parceled
(out)
50 Bartender's
rocks
51 Praised
54 Not masc.
55 Practice
boxing
56 Manitoba
native
57 Saute
58 Print units
59 No sweat!
DOWN
1 Sault -
Marie
2 Cocoon
dweller
3 Oklahoma
town
4 Interior
designs
5 Like city
lots
6 Fitting
7 Orange
skin
8 Quilt filling
9 Battery
terminal
10 Golden
rule word
13 Ready to
ship


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20 Marmalade coins
chunk 39 Eager
22 Coarse, 40 Spltefulnoss
perhaps 41 Kitchen
24 Wheel buy gadget
(2wds.) 42 Foe
25 Brooks or 44 Smells
Blanc 45 Tick off
26 Tony 46 Deceive
winner 48 Cornell or
Hagen Pound
28 Plaything 49 Poor
30 Greedy grades
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he Sneads AAA All-Stars are (from left, front row) Cole Barfield, Parker McCord, Hunter Grooms, Samuel Godwin, Devin Barnes and
Peyton Brown. The second row is Russell Allen, Ethan Stephens, Bowden Howell, Parker Hayes, Austin Davis and Jacob Alday. The back
row is Coach Micheal McCord, Coach Quitman Varn and Coach lamie Alday.


MONDAY NITE SPECIAL SUMMER
TEAM STANDINGS
JUNE 3
W-L
1) Steve & Ed 3-1
2) LuAnn & Lynn 3-1
3) Terry & Jimmy 2-2
4) Barby & ? 2-2
5) Leah & ? 1-3
6) Bettie & Bruce 1-3
High Team Hdcp. Game: Steve & Ed 458
High Team Hdcp. Series: L & L 1295
High Game: LuAnn: 199
High Series: LuAnn: 546
TUESDAY NIGHT SUMMER
____ TEAM STANDINGS
JUNE 4
W-L
1) Team 2 11-1
2) X Men 7.5-4.5
3) Team 3 7-5
4) Strike Force 6.5-5.5
5) Sharpshooters 5-7
6) Craptastic 5-7
7) Team 1 4-8
8) 3 Men & A Lady 2-10
High Team Hdcp. Game: Team #2 986
SHigh Team Hdcp. Series Team #2 2835
High Game: Jay Roberts 259


High Series: Jay Roberts 675
WTBA
TEAM STANDINGS
JUNE 5
W-L
1) Porkchop & Grits 8-4
2) Team #8 8-4
3) El Rio 7-5
4) Team 1 6-6
5) XXX 6-6
6) Bend Em! Pin Em! 6-6
7) Big Lots 5-7
8) Three Amnigos 2-10
High Team Hdcp. Game: Team #8 715
High Team Hdcp. Series Team #8 2033
High Game: Hugh Cantler 245
High Series: Hugh Cantler 662
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2) Lu's Crew 8-4
S3) 3 "P"s and a "W" 7-5
4) Bat Friends 6-6
1 5) The Wesley Crusher's 6-6
6) Whiskey Throttle 6-6
SHigh Team Hdcp. Game: 3 "P"s and a "W" 1055
High Team Hdcp. Series Team #3 2759
High Game: Tom Arnold & Jason Kindeispire 300
High Series: Jason Kindelspire 816


Second Place at TIburney


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All-Stars took
second place at
the District 3 Machine
Pitch tournament in
Bonifay this week.
Team members are,
Chris Gable, Brady
Brock, lake Locke,
lake Harris, Grif-
fin Tucker, Brandon
'iily, Pacey Williams,
Brennan Faircloth,
Ma xHliiIrider, Trent
DfLIt i.,, Blake Hill and
Grant Thompson.
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M
he was as pretty
a Labrador re-
triever puppy as
I'd ever gazed upon.
When I brought her
home I looked at her
and dreamed of faultless
retrieves, obeisance to
my every command, and
enough field trial ribbons
to paper a wall. Ah, such
misguided optimism.
My adorable little ot-
ter-tailed black beauty
sported a few long, unique
strands of "whisker"
around her muzzle. I
named her Catfish. Not a
really feminine name, but
it stuck. It turned out to be
an apt title. I would later
refer to her often in terms
befitting nothing higher
than a slimy mud-sucking
scavenger.
This lovely (and expen-
sive) dog aged me before
my time. Catfish proved
virtually non-trainable
and uncontrollable. Still,
I kept her 12 years. Had I


ourning

went off like a cannonball,
often taking half the blind
With her in the process.
Following her launch,
she swam in circles until
I threw enough pebbles
to direct her to the fallen
bird. If she eventually
BoIowrnegay reached the duck I was
Outdoors Columnist happy. If she didn't devour
not, my wife and young it on the way back, I
son would have left me. rejoiced.
They both loved Catfish To Catfish, a blast on my
with blind, uncritical whistle did not mean stop,
passion, look back, and await fur-
In her early years, Cat- their commands. It meant
fish ate tennis shoes, foot- swim to the nearest beaver
balls, and doghouses. She lodge, climb up, and go to
broke three teeth before sleep. On some occasions,
giving up on her galva- it meant grab the nearest
nized steel water bucket, decoy and swim happily
She retained this depraved and playfully into the next
appetite until she discov- county.
ered that my freshly killed At home, she chased
mallards were palatable, chickens, songbirds, and


She found these much
more to her liking.
In the blind she never
marked birds, instead
sleeping until she heard
my gun go off. Then she


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cats. She once caught
a neighbor's rooster,
getting herself seriously
spurred and almost shot
in the process. I still
bear scars from wounds
sustained while removing
a stray tomcat from her
nose.
After every single foul-
up, Catfish would meekly
and innocently lick my
hand, nuzzle my cheek,
and look at me with those
liquid brown eyes. Her
expression said, "I know
I'm crazy, Boss, but am I
not the most lovable thing
you ever saw?"
It was hard to disagree
when she curled up on the
truck seat beside me and
slept with her head in my
lap. This despite the fact
she was riding up front


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only because she had ear-
lier demolished her dog
crate and had nowhere
else to safely ride.
When she was seven
years old, Catfish had
puppies, the result of an
accidental mating with a
friend's big Chesapeake.
Of course, we had to keep
one (God grant me the
serenity.....!). The rest I be-
stowed as gifts to people I
didn't like.
At age nine, she at last
settled down. For nearly
two whole seasons after-
ward she was an adequate,
if not completely admira-
ble duck dog. She stopped
chewing on birds and at
least had the courtesy to
wait until her leash was
unsnapped before bolting
headlong from the blind.


To other family members,
this meant her slate was
clean, all sins washed
away. For me, it was scapt
solace for nearly a decade
of retriever hell.
Catfish has been dead
nearly 20 years now. Her
frenetic life ended with a
peaceful, painless death.
My boy, then eight, carved
her a grave marker from
an old cypress board. He
cried unashamedly and
seemed angry and upset
when I didn't.
Strange, had he seen me
last evening, as I stood
.alone by the now-un-
marked grave in the deep-
ening twilight, he wouldn't
be mad at me anymore.
Go figure. I reckon
it's just a funny old
world.


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Lake Seminole
Bass fishing is fair. The
largemouths are almost
in complete post-spawn
mode. Many are holding
on break lines at depths
of 5 to 20 feet. Crankbaits
are good for locating the
proper depths. Work both
medium and deep-run-
ning lures. When fish
come up, switch to jerk-
baits for the best results.
Crappies are in deeper,
cooler water now and not
biting aggressively. Best
bet is moving water with
good clarity.
Catfish are active in the
warmer water. Seek out
current, where higher oxy-
gen levels have concen-
trated the baitfish.
Bream action is spotty
and hybrids are not very
active at present.

Lake Eufaula
Bass fishing is good
and fish numbers are
increasing on the deeper
ledges. Topwater fishing
remains good early in the
day around near-shore
structure such as lily pads
and grass. Frog-type lures
and buzzbaits are good
choices. Try deep crank-
baits on the ledges along
with Carolina-rigs. Slow-
rolling large spinnerbaits
down deep may pay off as
well. I
Craip'pk-i; are fair in
brush ion flats just off the
river channel. Use jigging
spbons and fish most any
time of day.
Bircaiii fishing is fair,


The Associated Press
TALLAHASSEE Kyle
Schwarber had a go-ahead
two-run single in a four-
run seventh inning and
Indiana went on to beat
Florida State 10-9 Saturday
in the first game of the Tal-
lahassee Super Regional.
Schwarber, who also had
a two-run homer in the
fourth, put Indiana up 7-6
with his hit in the seventh.
Indiana (47-14) can ad-
vance to its first College
World Series with a win
on Sunday. If the Semi-


though the fish are run-
ning a little small at pres-
ent. Crickets are the best
bait.
Hybrids may appear
from time to time late in
the afternoon and catfish
are good, especially on
shallow flats early in the
evening or during early
morning hours.

Lake Andrews/
Chattahoochee River
r
Bream fishing is fair to
good. Drift along the bluff
walls with crickets and
worms on very light line.
Bluegills and shellcrack-
ers will take them readily.
Also look for bedding and
feeding activity in shallow
sandbar areas.
Bass are fair, especially
near the creek mouths and
a short distance up the
creeks. Up the creeks, fish
jerkbaits, small Texas-rig
worms, and shallow-run-
ning crankbaits. At the
creek mouths, deeper-
running crankbaits are
not bad. On ledges in the
river proper, try jig-and-
pig combos or drop-shot
rigs for the occasional big
fish.
Crappies are slow,
though a few may be
caught near the dams at
night.
Catfish are fair in the
tailwaters and along bluff
walls.
Generation schedules, pool levels,
and other such information for
area waterways may be obtained
I,., illr' h '. ,i.- 1-888-771-4601.
Follow the recorded 1' I ,'.ii t,'"
and access the touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River System.


noles (47-16) win, a decid-
ing game would be played
Monday.
The Hoosiers' big inning
came against relievers
Gage Smith (4-2) and Billy
Strode, who gave up just
three hits in the inning but
the Seminoles committed
two throwing errors.
John Nogowski's two-
run homer in the eighth
trimmed Indiana's lead to
10-8. DJ Stewart added an
RBI single in the ninth, but
Indiana's Will Coursen-
Carr induced a pair of fly-
outs to end the game.
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Border Collie Puppy: adorable 9 week old male
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2- windows white 32x60 $25. ea. 850-526-2845.
3 Lamps-$20 ea. 850-263-1039
AA Big Book- 1st Ed.. $500. 850-263-1039


AA Bic Book-2nd Ed. $450. 850-263-1039


Black Bookcase-Tall. $15. 850-693-4657


Black TV Stand -Small, $15. 850-693-4657
Bose Radio w/ remote $275. 850-263-6144
Broom Mop Head- $25. 850-263-1039 ,
Broyhlll Dresser- Wood. 8 drws. $45. 693-4657
Bumper Trailer Hitch $29. like new 482-7665
Car speaker box for 2-12" $35. 850-482-8310
Cast Iron Fry Pan w/Leqs -$30. 850-263-1039
Chalr-$30. 850-263-1039
Chalr-$30. 850-263-1039
Coffee Table- Oval. Lthr. Top, $25. 850-263-1039
Desk-$25.850-263-1039


Desk chair rolling leather/arms $45. 482-2994


Dialogue Paintings- Signed. $60 pr. 850-263-1039
Diamond Earring Cluster 1K, gold $400 790-4892
Door: Interior, hardware, casing $30. 526-3333


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252 N. Co. Rd. 9 (3 miles N. Slocomb)
$1.00 & up. FREE Amaryllis w/ purchase.
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Live Oaks, Crape Myrtle,
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Motorcycle Helmet -ASX. $75. 850-482-6022
Needlepoint Serenity Prayer -$20. 850-263-1039
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Revolving Bookcase Table- $25. 850-263-1039
Scooter-needs battery $200. 850-263-1039
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Tires: (4) P235/55R/18 $50 334-482-6022
TV 19" HD cable $50. 850-372-4680.
Vanity: 3 drawer no top. FREE. 850-526 3333
White Dresser-$20. 850-693-4657
Windows shutters: 5 sets $50. 850-526-3333


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Bass Tracker 2002 17ft 2" long all welded alum.
hall, w/ console, special edition Pro team
175XT 40hp tracer by Mercury Marine, trolling
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2009 K-Z Spree Travel Trailer: Model 26ORBS,
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Also has Winegard auto seeking satellite,
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For more information call: 334-790-4010.
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zone AR, alloys wheels, tan/leather document-
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25 Hwy. $7000. OBO. 334-360-5222
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gray in color with black top, 4- new tires,
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LF160144

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
PROJECT NAME: City of Marianna 2012 CDBG
Project Comfort Infrastructure

Sealed bids, submitted in triplicate, will be re-
ceived by the City of Marianna, Florida, (Own-
er), until 2:00 p.m. CDT, Thursday, July 18,
2013 at the office of:

Jim Dean, City Manager*
Marianna City Hall
2898 Green Street
Marianna, FL 32446
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for the construction of the following described
Project:
Project consists of a 24' wide asphalt roadway
(approximately 1,785 LF), storm water facili-
ties, installation of approximately 1,000 LF 12"
water line, demolition of two 60'x 100' metal
buildings, demolition of four steel ground stor-
age tanks and landscaping.

Plans, specifications, and contract documents
will be made available and open to public in-
spection on Tuesday June 11,2013 at the office
listed below:

David H. Melvin Consulting Engineers
Attn: Jake Mathis, Project Manager
4428 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Florida 32446
(850) 482-3045

upon payment of $ 100.00 per set which
amount constitutes the cost of reproduction
and handling. This payment will not be refund-
ed.

A mandatory pre-bid conference shall be held
on site Tuesday, July 2,2013 at 2:00 a.m. CDT .

The Owner plans to open bids and publicly read
aloud on Thursday, July 18, 2013,, at 2:00 p.m. or
thereafter, at the City Hall meeting room.

The Owner reserves the right to waive any
informalities or to reject any or all bids. Each
Bidder must deposit with his/her bid, security
in the amount, form and subject to the condi-
tions provided in the Information for Bidders.
Sureties used for obtaining bonds must appear
as acceptable according to the Department of
Treasury CircuJar. 570.
No bid may be withdrawn for a period of sixty
daysafter the scheduled closing time for re-
ceipt of bids.

Attention All Bidders:
This project is governed by Community Devel-
opment Block Grant Contract Requirements as
detailed by Federal Regulation 24 CFR Part
85.36. The Bidder shall thoroughly review
these requirements and insure adequate allow-
ance is included in the bidder's bid proposal
and the bidders subcontractors' proposals to
fully comply with all compliance, reporting re-
quirements, and MBE/WBE/Section 3 require-
ments.

Attention of Bidders is particularly called to the
requirements as to conditions of employment
to be observed and minimum wage rates to be
paid under the Contract, Section 3, Segregated
Facilities, Section 109 Executive Order 11246,
and all applicable laws and regulations of the
Federal government and State of Florida, and
bonding and insurance requirements.IN PAR-
TICULAR, BIDDERS SHOULD NOTE THE RE-
QUIRED ATTACHMENTS AND CERTIFICATIONS
TO BE EXECUTED AND SUBMITTED WITH THE
FORM OF BID PROPOSAL.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE/FAIR HOUSING
JURISDICTION

LF160142

INVITATION TO BID
Notice is given hereby that
Jackson County Board of
County Commissioners

Will accept sealed bids, submitted in duplicate,
for the furnishing of all labor, materials, equip-
ment and services in accordance with the
Plans, Specifications and Contract Documents
prepared by BTK Engineering Services, Inc.,
and described in general as:

BID#: 1213-22RBA
BID NAME: Jackson County Library Stem Wall
Repair 2929 Green St. Marianna Fl.
MANDATORY CONTRACTORS MEETING 8:30
AM C.T. June 19th 2013 at the Main Library
2929 Green St. Marianna Fl. 32446.
SEALED BIDS: are due July 11th 2013 2:00PM
CT at the Jackson County Purchasing Depart-
ment 2864 Madison St. Marianna Fl, 32448
BID OPENING July 12th 2013 10:00AM CT
Bid opening to be held in the Commission
Board Room 2864 Madison St. Marianna Fl.
32448AII interested parties are invited to at-
tend.
The envelope containing the Bid must be
sealed, addressed to Jackson County Board of
County Commissioners and designated Project
1213-22RBA "Jackson County, Library Stem Wall
Repair".

Proposed Contract Documents may be exam-
ined at the office of Pamela Pichard: on line at
our web page www.jacksoncountyfl.net click
of purchasing the current bids.

Jackson County Board of County Commission-
ers Attn: Pamela Pichard, Administrative Serv-
ices Director'2864 Madison Street Marianna,
Florida 32448 (850-482-9633)

Bona fide general contract bidders may secure
copies of the proposed Contract Documents
from the office of the Pamela Pichard on the
following basis: no partial sets will be issued.
The Owner reserves the right to waive any
informalities or to reject any or all bids.

Bidder must deposit with his or her bid, securi-
ty in the amount of five percent (5%) of the
base bid. No bids shall be withdrawn for a peri-
od of ten days after the date set for opening
thereof.

Dale Rabon Guthrie
Clerk of Courts

Chuck Lockey -
Commission Chairman

EEO STATEMENT


Jackson County is committed to assuring equal
opportunity in the award of contracts and,
therefore, complies with all laws prohibiting
discrimination on the basis of race, color, reli-
gion, national origin, age and sex.

LF160130

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 12-0593CA


TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK, a national bank-
'ing corporation, successor in interest via merg-
er with BAY BANK & TRUST CO.
Plaintiff

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MICHAEL WAYNE HARRIS a/k/a MICHAEL W.
HARRIS and wife CAROLYN CLOSE HARRIS
a/k/a CAROLYN C. HARRIS, and CHASE BANK
USA, N.A.
Defendants
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN.that the undersigned,
Clerk of Circuit Court of Jackson County, Flori-
.da, pursuant to the Summary Final Judgement
of Foreclosure entered in this cause, will sell on
the Front Steps, Jackson County Courthouse,
4445 Lafayette Street, Marianna, Florida, at
11:00 a.m. CST on the 20th day of June, 2013.

That certain real property lying and being in
Jackson County, Florida and being more
particular described as follows:

LOT 1 BLOCK 221, COMPASS LAKE HILLS UNIT
SIX, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK A-4, PAGES 141
THROUGH 150, INCLUSIVE, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA.

ANY PERSONS CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE
SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY OTHER
THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE
OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS OF THE DATE OF THE SALE.

In accordance with F.S. 45.031(3), the success-
ful, if other than the Plaintiff, shall post with
the Clerk a deposit equal to five (5) percent of
the final bid or $1,000.00, whichever is less.
The balance shall be paid to the Clerk within
twenty-four hours of the sale; otherwise the
Clerk shall re-advertise the sale and pay all
costs of the sale from the deposit.
Any remaining funds shall be applied toward
the judgement.

THIS NOTICE dated this 15th day of May, 2013
/s/ Dale Rabon Guthrie, Clerk Of Court Jackson
County, Florida
/s/ Tammy Bailey
Deputy Clerk

LF160115

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
FILE NO.: 13-CP-88
DIVISION: PROBATE

IN RE: ESTATE OF JOHN CLEVE GWIN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of JOHN
CLEVE GWIN, deceased, whose date of death
was on January 8, 2013, and whose social se-
curity number is XXX-XX-1269, is pending in
the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit Court for Jack-
son County, Florida, Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 4445 Lafayette Street, Ma-
rianna, FL 32446, file number 13-CP- 88.
The names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal representati-
ve's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against decedent's
estate, including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIR-
TY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against de-
cedent's estate, including unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated claims, must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED..

The date of first publication of this Notice is
June 9th, 2013.

Personal Representative:
CRYSTAL GWIN
392 City Square Road
Alford, Florida 32420

Attorney for Personal Representative:
James J. Goodman, Jr.
Jeff Goodman P.A.
935 Main Street, Chipley, FL 32428
850-638-9722
Florida Bar No. 0071877

LF160147 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

PROJECT NAME: City of Jacob
SCity Well Abandonment Project

Sealed bids, submitted in triplicate, will be
received by the City of Jacob City (Owner),
on Wednesday, June 26, 2013 until 11:00 A.M.
local time, at the office of:
City of Jacob City
Attention: Carl Bailey City Manager
4490 Jackson Road, Cottondale, Florida 32431
850-263-6636

For the construction of the following described
Project: Project consist of abandoning (2)
onsite municipal water wells (in accordance
with Northwest Florida Water Management
and Florida Department of Environmental Pro-
tection requirements) and demolition/removal
all existing structures/site clearing of existing
water well site.

Plans, specifications, and contract documents
will be open to public inspection at the office
listed above or may be obtained from:
David H. Melvin Inc. Consulting Engineers
Attn: Marc Tomlinson, Project Manager
4428 Lafayette Street, P.O. Box 840
Marianna, Florida 32447
(850) 482-3045

Contractors may pick up plan sets for no cost
at the address listed above or receive them by
Courier at their cost. The Owner plans to open
fcids and publicly read aloud on Wednesday,
June 26, 2013, at 11:00 a.m. or soon thereafter,
at 4490 Jackson Road, Cottondale, Florida
32431.


The Owner reserves the right to waive any in-
formality or to reject any or all bids. Each Bid-
der must deposit with his/her bid, security in
the amount, form and subject to the conditions
provided in the Information for Bidders.
Sureties used for obtaining bonds must appear
as acceptable according to the Departmeht of
Treasury Circular 570.

No bid may be withdrawn for a period of sixty
days after the scheduled closing time for re-
ceipt of bids.
The City pf Jacob City is a Fair Housing/
Equal Opportunity/ and Handicap Responsive
Jurisdiction
LF160146

NOTICE OF INTENDED ACTION
THE JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
I
Purpose and Effect: Pursuant to Chapter 120 of
the Florida Statutes, the School Board of Jack-
son County will hold a rule adoption meeting in
conjunction with the regularly scheduled meet-
ing on July 162013 for the purpose of amend-
ing or adopting the following rules to comply
with the provisions of controlling laws, admin-
istrative rules and guidelines.
PROPOSED POLICYAMENDMENT

Jackson County District Schools Wellness
Policy

Jackson County applied for and received five
awards for the Healthier U.S. School Challenge
cited by USDA and the Michelle Obama "Let's
Move" initiative and the Healthy Hunger Free
Kids Act. The Bronze Award winners were
Cottondale Elementary Golson Elementary,
Graceville Elementary, Riverside Elementary,
and Sneads Elementary.

Cost to agency: None. Cost or benefit to those
affected: None. Impact on open market:
None. Origination and authorization: Steve R.
Benton, 6-5-13

IF REQUESTED, A HEARING WILL BE HELD:

DATE: July 16, 2013
TIME: 4:00 P.M. Central Standard Time
PLACE: Board room of the School Board of
Jackson County, 2903 Jefferson Street,
Marianna, FL 32446

THE ENTIRE TEXT OF EACH PROPOSED RULE
AND/OR REFERENCED DOCUMENT, AS WELL AS
A FULL LISTING OF RELEVANT STATUTES, CAN
BE INSPECTED AND/OR COPIES MADE BY THE
PUBLIC, DURING OFFICE HOURS, MONDAY
THROUGH FRIDAY, AT THE ADDRESS GIVEN
ABOVE.
LF160128

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA

IN RE: Forfeiture of:
One (1) 2001 GMC Yukon
VIN: 3GKGK26U01G170794
One (1) 2012 Shen Gator SOB Scooter
VIN: L8YTCAPXXCY300083
One (1) 2006 BBES Trailer
VIN: 1UT32Y2006BLK2311
One(l) 2012 Shen Gator 50B Scooter
VIN: L8YTCAPX4CY300340
One (1) 2012 Dirt Bike
VIN: 02070QT-210 09
One (1) 2012 Shen Gator SOB Scooter
VIN: L8YTCAPX4CY300354
One (1) 2012 Shen Gator 50B Scooter
VIN: L8YTCAPXOCY300366
One (1) 2012 Shen Gator SOB Scooter
VIN: L8YTCAPX6CY300078
One (1) 2012 Shen Gator SOB Scooter
VIN: L8YTCAPX5LY30069
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PROCEEDINGS

ALL PERSONS who claim an interest in the
above referenced property, which was seized
because said property is alleged to be contra-
band as defined by Sections 932.701 (2)(a)(1-
6), Florida Statutes (2011), by the Department.,
of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Division
of Florida Highway Patrol, on or about June 8,
2012, in Jackson County, Florida: Any owner,
entity, bona fide lienhcoder, or person in pos-
session of the property when seized has the
right within fifteen (15) days of initial receipt of
notice, to contact Sandra R. Coulter, Assistant
General Counsel, Department of Highway Safe-
ty and Motor Vehicles, 2900 Apalacheb Park-
way, Room A-432, Tallahassee, Florida, 32399,
by certified mail return receipt requested to
obtain a copy of the Complaint and Order Find-
ing Probable Cause filed in the above styled
court.
LF160134

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE JACKSON
COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF ITS INTENT TO CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEAR-
ING TO REVIEW THE FOLLOWING APPLICA-
TIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS:
Capital Plaza Subdivision: Approval of a PRE-
LIMINARY plat for a major commercial subdivi-
sion development located in Jackson County in
Sec 11, T4N, R10W, consisting of 11.78 acres.

The public hearing will be held in the Jackson
County Commission Board Room
of the Administration Building located at 2864
Madison Street, Marianna, Florida
on the 18th of June, 2013 at 6:00 p.m.

Anyone desiring information may contact the
Community Development Department between
7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
at 4487 Lafayette Street, Marianna, Florida or
contact by phone at (850) 482-9637.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons needing a special accommo-
dation to participate in this meeting should
contact the Planning Seqretary at Jackson
County Community Development no later than
5 days prior to the meeting. The Planning Sec-
retary may be contacted at 4487 Lafayette
Street, Marianna, FL, 32448, (850) 482-9637, or
(800) 955-8771 (TDD).

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subdivision named
bHidden Village Estates.
This is secluded
and gorgeous. City
water ons down Bump nose Road close to the pmperty. This 40 acres
can be a private home site/farm. MLS# 248275A List Price: $134,900

Chipola R B iver Waterdrnt at
ping.; its finest! Get a 180-vi0ew
of the river fmm inside this
~octagonal home. 2 bdrm/2
bath with high wood beamed
ceilings, granite countertops,
gorgeous cabinets, electric fireplace, loft could be used as a bonus room or extra
bedroom, completely remodeled in 2008, a half wrap dck, & deck out over the water,
Located at a unique fork on Chipola River, like having 2 river fronts. Under house
parking. Thiskime could be rented for $850.00/month. MLS# RD240028A $155,000


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get-away! No gas motors on this pristine lake, but electric motors are welcome, along with
sailboats, swimming and ding! Priced to sell! 35 min. away from Panama Cily, 20 min.
to 1-10 and 10 min. fom Fountain. Make an aooointment today MGS0 RW248324 $83.900


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TH PROPERTIES
Marianna, FL 32446
526.2891
xedontly Owned and Operated

3OLDER.FASTER

Ed McCoy, Realtor
Cell.(850) 573.6198
ww.emccoyrealty.cbm
emccoy02@yahoo.com

COTrONDALE Great
Location for this 2 bedroom home
with i fenced back yrd and
close to school Coll Ed McCoy
Sfor information about OWNER
FINANCING qualificahiors.
MLS 238581 WAS
$39,900 NOW $36,000.
GRACEVILLE Vacant
lot within the city limits
that is cleared and ready
to build on, place mobile
home or possibly get
rezoned for a commerctl
business,
,MLS 248309 $13,900.
BM A R I A N N A
"WATERVIEW."
Enjoy the view of Silver
Lake from this 3 bedroom
home featuring stone
fireploce ond plenty of
cabre1ts in the kitchen, All
this and nmore oaI 2 acres.
MLS 248310 $79,900.
GRACEVILLE Excellent
investment property located on
a major highway. Approximately
30 acres of planted pines and
some scattered hardwoods.
Total acreage is 47 acres.
MLS 248349 $108,100.


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-S rope PRICE REDUCIIONII
MLS245904 $68,900.

I .MARIANNA Inrge honn
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MLS 247928 *$135,000.

VACANT LANP.
lVarious Locationsl
MIS 23805610 Acret, $13,500, Wooded
MLS247136 0.19 Acres, $22,500. Cleared
MLIS 247776 0,44 Acres, $37,500. 8 order Lake.
MLS 247754 1,79 Acres, $37,500, Cleared
MLS 247217 -1,38 Acres, $7,000. o Wooded


D BUILD YOUR CREAM
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that can be purchase as a whole lor 035,000 or Can be purchased in 3 1.05+/- lots Each
lor $15.000, Located close to lthe High School and in an established neighborhood'
CALL STACY ORGES (0rl) 573-1990 r or more inlcrmaion or copy of survey


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room. One side of i. ".'h"i,
available for working and has a
roll up door for deliveries.TWO Existing Sitgns already in place. 2 parcels- Vacaot lot arnd
Commercial Buiding. MLS 246871 $135,000 Possible Lease Purchase.

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well-built home fewromtbe'60s.
This home is located across from
Chipola College on a beauetefol
lot os 177 acreol The langep
conrie~te patio bas a built in grill
aried is perecton enter training
or relaxing oer Cersings wtth
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cooling.Hardwoodxi tous throughout. This home as character that toese it cbaoee
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Acres Sbldivision, a beautiful
Adult Community1 This bhoe
has a beautiful t anedcaped
yard withs adeck and porch
on the back e to eoy thee
quiet neighborhood Split
plan howe So many beautiful
tbings with the beautiful home. This beautiful bore has 4 Bedrooms sod 3 baths.
Master Batb weth wbidpool bath arid separate shower! S 289K Large launedry/
craft room for all you projects Lange Garage with lots of storage. MILS 247640

NEW ON THE MARKET!
Beautiful 3Bedsroom2
Bath brick bore built in
2010 1.17 Acre lot With
entced back tard. Privte
well and septic. This home
is a little country arnd
close to town. Cal Iu oel- a
ifolmation today!
MLS


$65,000 AFFORDA1LEI
Cute little home
located in the city limits of
Marianna. Close to Schools
and Hospital. Charming
311 home that has been
updated with new roof
and air. Comer lot with
privacy fence around the
back yard, Great location
at an affordable price. MILS
248356


Residential Beautifully
updated home in Graceeville
near the College This
home has s Newverletal
Roof, a new Condenser
(NC Unit) New hot water
heater, above range
Microwave. Energy Efficient
windows and new lighting
throughout the home. Relax
on your 12X24 Deck- there's is nothing to do but MOVE IN this home! You
have to see this to know how beautiful it is inside! MILS 248049 $85,000


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and lot for easy maintenance and cam. Locatel close to shopping and dining, in
a community with great schools, Chipola College and excelent Medical Cam. Easy
access to recreational sites including the Florida Caverns State Parkt Chipola River,
Blue Springs RecreatoR and Spring Creek. $110,000 MLS 247026

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tiled garden tub. Fireplace in large living area, Beautiful Kitchen with lots of
cabinets. Check it out sri my wefuiteWtWihq ealFloddaPmperty~com

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Listed for $5, ,00, Make aceOlferl MUST BE CASH SALE. MIS 0247773

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Shor Sale Tri2200 SpprveaROF
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Patrertore Landing $480,000
NEW LISTING 1 Acme Lot in Coompass Lake off of 231 iniAfford. $6,8000







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NBA Finals


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Miami Heat's LeBron James (left) and Dwyane Wade sit on the bench during the second
half of Game 1 of the NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday in Miami.



LeBronon criticism:.


'I've done more and lost'


The Associated Press

MIAMI With six sim-
ple" words, LeBron James
explained the philosophy
behind the Way he now
plays the game.
"I've done more and lost
before."
Such was the response
to a question presented to
him Saturday one day
before he and the Miami
Heat take on the San An-
tonio Spurs and tryto even
the NBA Finals at a game
apiece about the per-
ception that he needs to be
more aggressive at times.
It was almost as though
he was waiting for such a
query, because he had his
answer at the ready.
In short, James has put
up awesome numbers in
past playoffs but never
got the awesome result he
sought for nearly a decade
until last season, when he
and the Heat won a title.
"When I was in Cleve-
land we played Orlando
in the Eastern Conference
finals and I think I aver-
aged 38, 36, or whatever I
averaged," James said, re-
ferring to the 2009 series
where he averaged .38.5
points, 8.3 rebounds and
8 assists. "I guess I should
have done more in that se-
ries as well. But I can't ... I
do what's best for the team.
What's best for the team, it
doesn't always result in a
win."
Case in point: Orlan-
do won that series in six
games.
Case in point again:
James had a triple-double,
one of the longtime gold
standards in defining an
outstanding all-around
basketball game, in Game
1 of these finals against the
Spurs-an 18-point, 18-re-
bound, 10-assist effort. But
it came in a loss in which
he took only 16 shots, so
the second-guessing was
predictable and prevalent.
And on Saturday, James'
style of play got defended


- not just by those on his
side, but also by the guy
leading the other side.
"He's a grown man,"
Spurs coach Gregg Popo-
vich said. "He doesn't
need any of you to tell
him anything. He knows
more than all of you put
together. He understands
the game. If he makes a
pass and you all think he
should have shot it, or he
shoots it and you think he
should have made a pass,
your opinions mean noth-
ing to him, as they should
not mean anything to
him."
James will be judged by
history when he leaves the
game. But for now, he's of-
ten judged against his own
history.
Perhaps the most mem-
orable game of his Miami
tenure was Game 6 of last
season's Eastern Confer-
ence finals at Boston, when
he put up a 45-point, 15-
rebound effort to simply
dominate the Celtics and
force a Game 7 which
the Heat won for a trip to
the NBA Finals. It's often
forgotten that he scored
45 points in a playoff game
at Boston once before, in
what was the final game
*bf Cleveland's 2007-08
season.
"The Game 6 in Boston,
I mean, that w~s LeBron
James Show," Heat guard
Dwyane Wade said. "We
did our job defensively,
but we gave him the ball
and got... out of the way.
That was the moment, us
being able to go into that
game and for him to per-
form the way he did and
us being able to dominate
the way we did, that was
the moment I said, 'Yeah,
we're a championship
team.'"
Still, Wade was asked,
isn't it unfair to expect
that level of James in every
game?
"Well, yeah,"'Wade said.
"But LeBron can do what-
ever he wants. He can con-


trol the game in any num-
ber of ways."
James created a stir dur-
ing this year's East finals
when he said he had to re-
vert to his Cleveland way of
thinking and assume more
of the offensive workload.
That was when-Chris Bosh
was struggling and Wade
was particularly slowed
by the right knee pain that
he's battled unsuccess-
fully at times for about
three months.
After all, when he left
Cleveland as a free agent
after seven seasons and
came to Miami in 2010, he
said he wanted to be part
of a better overall team
that could contend every
year for titles. And clearly,
given that the Heat are in
the finals for the third time
in three seasons and have
a chance to win back-to-
back titles, he's gotten his
wish.
"I wish we could go 16-
0 in the playoffs," James
said. "That would be awe-
some. There's challenges
that come from the game.
You learn from game to
game in ways that you can
get better. I want to win
just as bad as anyone. I'm
going to put myself and my
team in a position to win.
I have to try to make the
plays. I can't worry about
if people are saying, 'You
should have done more,
you should have been
more aggressive' because
you got a loss."
As for what's in store for
Game 2, James insists he
does not know.
He often has said he
doesn't predetermine how
he's going to play try
to score more, pass more
- before a game and just
lets the flow and what his
team ultimately needs be
his guide. And he's reiter-
ated that stance between
Games 1 and 2 of this
series.
As long as Miami wins,
his stat line, he insists, will
not matter.


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