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Jackson County Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Faith forged in fire

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER The military flag that draped his casket, his baby pic- tures, and his medals were some of the few precious
things she had left of him.
Hit by tragedy after tragedy for the last six years, Shady But something bigger, too, came along soon after his
Grove resident Rhonda Branch had somehow withstood death. Before he'd deployed to Iraq, he insisted on mak-
it all but the suffering had left some bitter scars. ing her the beneficiary of his insurance. He wanted her to
The worst of it was the 2006 traffic crash that took the use the money to buy a place to live, he told her, if some-
life of her soldier son. A sergeant in the Army, Lance Na- thing were to happen to him. And while he was waiting
thaniel Brock had returned safe and souid from Iraq for deployment, they looked at houses together from
and had come to see her in Jackson County after he got time to time at his insistence.
back to the United States. He went on back to his home It was a spacious double-wide on Shady Grove Road KRISTIE CLOUDFLORIDAN
in Kansas then to pick back up on his stateside life. The Rhonda Branch recalls the crisis that destroyed her home
22-year-old would never see his mother again. See FAITH, Page 5A but rebuilt her faith.



in crash
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Two Marianna men were hurt
ina crash in Gadsden County just
before noon last Friday, one of
them critically injured, according
to a news release from the Florida
Highway Patrol.
Roy Richard McGraw, 56, was tak-
en to Tallahassee Memorial Hospi-
tal for treatment of critical injuies,
officials reported. According to the
release, McGraw was a passenger
in a Chevrolet Silebrado driven by
fellow Marianna resident Joseph
Lee Painterg, 46. Painter was liyted
as having minor injuries. Officials
said he refused medical transport.
SAccording to the release, Painter
bove: Ann Hinson (left) talks with wildlife rehabilitator 267 when he allegedly crossed the
center line and entered the north-
Dianna Bryant as she holds a red tail hawk at Hinson Con- -bound lane of traffic. The truck
servation and Recreation Area Saturday. Hinson's friend, collided wirt a northbound 2002
Norman Rhton, looks on with his dog, Harley. The hawk was part Honda Civic driven by Quincyresi-
of an animal exhibit for the "Park Hop" planned by the Chipola The truck started spinning on
Greenway volunteers. Hinson and her family moved to the land impact and overturned, ejecting
where the conservation and recreation area are located around McGraw, officials reported. The
e E L Pe A year's eventIseto Saturday, April 1 At 2 ptruck came to final rest on its roof,
1950 where they farmed peanuts and planted the grove of pecan on top of McGraw, according to the
trees that still exist there. She andher late husband sold a strip of release.
The Honda also started spinning
their land to the state of Florida and the city'ofMarianna named it ane onda to rstpartl st
Hinson Conservation and Recreation Area, according to Hinson, ing the northbound traffic lane.
who also added that two of her sons still live on the original prop- Riles was listed as having suffered
l an eA s hserious injuries in the crash and
erty. RIGHT: Bryant holds an eastern screech owl. was taken to a Gadsden County
hospital for treatment.

Grand Ridge Artists and Crafters Fair is April 26

Sping Festival
"Springtime in the Gar-
nd den" is the theme for the
H R ig Ilsecond Marianna Market-
s place sponsored by the lo-
at Madison Street Park on
From staff reports April 26 from 9 a.m. until
Tehe town of Grand Ridge is gearin g h e re will be three for-
up for its second-annual Spring mal educational demon-
Fes- strations at the event and
tival and all are free.
Easter Egg At 10 a.m., loc~al gourd DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
Hunt and the painter and Artists Guild The artist who made these stone paintings, Carol Conley, will
town is invit- member Vicki Fuqua will demonstrate how she creates her art at an event in Madison
ing vendors. show how to paint gourds Park on April 26. She is one of three artists who will be in the
to partici- and how to protect them spotlight tha day.
pate. Vendor from the weather.
spaces are At nooh, Carl Strohm- will explain and dem- their work and answering
$25 each. SUBMITTEDPHOTO enger, of Carl's Twisted' onstrate her art of rock questions at their booths
Proceeds go to the Sneads High School Awee egg hunter poses for a photo with the Pallet, willbe tearing apart painting. throughout the day.
Project Graduation 2014. Easter Bunny at the inaugural Grand Ridge and repurposing a pallet The other artists and Also, Jackson County
Spring Festival and Easter Egg Hunt. This into a raised herb planter. crafters also will be
'See FESTIVAL, Page 5A year's event is set for Saturday, April19. At 2 p.m., Carol Conley talking informally about See ART, Page 5A

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Day. Panama City Low 6:59 PM High 9:42 AM
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High 75 High 79 Destin Low 8:15 PM High 10:48 AM 1
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F L O RI D A N TODAY students Grand Ridge School. Free of charge. Agricultural Conference Center, 274 Penn Ave.,
a St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. Must have letters (which were sent home by the' Marianna. Social time and silent auction 5:15-6
Publisher Valeria Roberts Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., Marianna. school) completed, signed and returned to school p.m. Ticket price $50 each. Keynote speaker will be Welcome donations: household items, clothing and in order.for students to be able to receive. Congressman Steve Southerland with a video mes-
jewelry. Proceeds go to help less fortunate in our Malone Joy Club 10 a.m. Joy Club House, S.R. sage from Senator Marco Rubio. For tickets contact
Circulation Manager Dena berski community. Call 482-3734: 2, Malone. Lunch served at noon. Games following Clint Pate 527-3900 or Mail
32447.Marianna, Fll Free Tax Preparation and E-filing -11 a.m. to lunch. Come and join the fun. 4e7ks to JCREC, P.O. Box 1035,Marianna, Fla.,
3 p.m. Altha Public Library. Volunteer tax coun- Jackson County Tourist Development Council
CONTACT US selors trained in basic income tax return prepara- -10 a.m. at the Russ House, 4318 Lafayette St. VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting 6 p.m. at
Telephone: 850-526-3614 tion to answer questions, give tax assistance and Marianna. 2830 Wynn St., Marianna, with a covered-dish sup-
FAX: 850-482-4478 counseling to low and middle income range families ) Alcoholics Anonymous OpenMeeting Noon per. Call 372-2500.
Email: especially'those older than 60. Be sure to bring to l p.m. in the AA room of'First United Methodist ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion,
email: edtori 2013 income documents, photo ID and checkbook Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. 8-9 p.m., Eirst United Methodist Church, 2901Cale-
Street Address: to verify direct deposit/debit information. For more donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
4403 Constitution Lane information, call Bob at 718-7919 or Sandra at limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking;
Marianna, FL 32448 272-4182. THURSDAY, APRIL17 papers will not be signed.
Office Hours: a Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting International Chat'n' Sip 8:30-10 a.m. at the
Weekdays, 8 5 p.m Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill,4329 Lafayette St., Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in FRIDAY, APRIL 18
Marianna. Marianna.Learning Center staff and their inter- F a i
S UR P ? en national English learners invite the public for the Boston Butt Sale for Relay for Life Farmers
MISS YOUR PAPER? SewingCircle Jackson County Senior xchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed Market, 2844 Madison t. Marianna. Sponsored by
You should receive your newspaper no later Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call environment. Light refreshments served.,No charge. Chipola Nursing Pavilion. Stop by Chipola Nursing
tr 482-5028. .. 2Pavilion to pick up your ticket. Price of ticket is $20..
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Oircula- .... ;: ,:-9124 .
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to Employability Workshop iUndertan ga rit S e- 9 a. i m Formore info call 526-3191.
t fTuarrveall C E b SLAnne Thrift Store'- 9 a.m. to 1 pm. St. P t
Friday, and 7 am. on Sunday.The bor Market Information"- 2:30p.m. at Marianna Anne's atholic Church,3009 Fifth St., M rianna. n Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson
y sea public Tho2180 areer aenter worKsnp c a be e v is e toyuagcW te h acer Count licsid Anoyu Open Mn Newt n d--
Jackson County Floridan (USPS271-840) Career Center. Workshp is facilitated by acertified Welcom donations: household items, clothing and County Public Library, Marianna branch. New and
is published Tuesday through Friday and motivational career coach. Workshop is freeand elry. roceeds go to help less fortunate in our experienced handcrafters welcome to create, share,
Sunay mornings.Periodical postaged open to the public. Visit to community. Call 482-3734 learnorteach favorite projects. Call 482-9631.
dt Maisterr FL Caregiver Support Group Meeting 1 a.m. p Chess Club 6-8 p.m. First United Methodist
at Marianna, FL. Celebrating National Library Week with open to noon in the First Presbyterian Church social Chiurch on Clinton St in Marianna. Sponsored by
house and time capsule sealing ceremony 3-6 hall, 4437 Clinton St., Marianna. Open to all family Marianna Optimist Club for students 8-18 years of
SUBSCRiPITION RATES p.m.aat the Jackson County Public Libra ry, Maria na the Jackson County Public Library, Marianna caregivers providing dare to loved ones or friends. age in Jackson County. All students and their par-
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 branch. Preview what the people of Jackson County Confidential group, facilitated by a Irofessional ents are welcome. Players of all skill levels including
for three months; $62.05 for six months; have submitted for the time capsule and meet the group counselor. Coffee, water, light snacks beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473.
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include new director, Deborah Hynes. Staff will share provided. Celebrate Recovery- 7 p.m at Evagel Worsh
ap licabl estate and local taxes. Mail services offered by JCPL. Friends are serving cook- fe an lebra t os.cve r spam. at E va l able
applicable state and local taxes. Mail ies and punch. For more information, call Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail 482-9631. Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; is the local community, "Community, Children & hang-ups:' Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Jackson County School Board Meeting- 4 Character:' Call 526-3142 209-7856, 573-1131.
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one .p.m. at 2903 Jefferson St. Marinna. Open to the
year. public. The agenda can be viewed through the Marianna'Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
district website Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. p.m. in the AA room of FirstUnited Methodist
districtCall 482-2290. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
All subscriptions to the Jackson County n Panhandle Public Library Cooperative System Calthy Start Coalition Board of Directors
Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving Board Meeting 4 p.m. at 2862 Madison St., M Heelthy Start Coalition Board of Directors
Day for which there is a premium charge. Marianna. Meeting 2 the One Stop Career Center, SATURDAY, APRIL 19
680 Second St. Chipley in Classroom #7.
A Capt. Luke Lott's Calhoun Guard, Capt 212 n Second Annual Spring Festival and Easter
ADVERTISINSons of ConfederateVeterans Meeting -6 p. Employability Workshop "Tools for a success- Egg Hunt 8 a.m.to2 p.m. at John Thomas Porter
The advertiser agrees that the publisher at the Altha Community Center. Anyone interested Job Search" 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Park behind Grand Ridge School. There will be arts,
Th e adv eiser agre es t at bishr in Southern and Confederate heritage are welcome nter. Workshop is facilitated by a certified motiva- crafts, food vendors, children's games and activities
shall not be liable for damages arising to attend. tional career coach. Workshop is free and open to and live bunny photos. Vendor spaces are available
out of errors and advertisements beyond the public. Visit to register, for $25 with proceeds going to Sneads High School
the amount paid for the space actually n Disabled American Veterans Meeting 7 Jackson County NAACP Meeting 5:30 p.m. Project Graduation. For a vendor space contact
p.m. at the DAVnna. C hapter 22 house, 3083 DAV Lane, in the St.James A.M.E. Church basement, 2891 Kim Applewhite at 209-7765. Funded in part by the
occupied by that portion of the e advertise- Marianna. Call 209-4310.
ments in which the error occurred, whether Orange St., Marianna. Call 569-1294. Jackson County Tourist Development Council, East
such error is due to the negligence of the p Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9 i Grief Support Group 5:30-7 p.m. Covenant Jackson County Economic Development Council
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodisto Horice, 4215 o r bve ngSite E. 4403and town of Grand Ridge.
publisher's employees or otherwise, and Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna Closed dis- Hospice, 4215 Kelson Ave, Suite E. Marianna. A and town of Grand Ridge.
there shall be not liability for non-inser- cussion with 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire workshop for hose who have suffered the loss of a Birding walks 9 a.m. Florida Caverns State
tie syo berno t byon e s drinking is welcome1 Mae n loved one or would like to learn how tdhelp those Park starting at the Blue Hole swimming area to
tion of any advertisement beyond the to stop drinking welcomewho are grieving. Free and open to public. Registra- observe the birds of the park. Bring binoculars
amount paid for such advertisement. This tion is required. To register call Riley Henderson at and comfortable shoes and enjoy the walk with
newspaper will not knowingly accept or WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16 482-8520 or 888-817-2191. volunteers Elliott and Lesley Smith and CSO Mark
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- t Tdap vaccine to be given to sixth-grade a Reagan Day Dinner 6 p.m. Jackson County and Linda Hebb. It will last about an hour.
ing which expresses preference based on
The submission deadlinefor this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Communify Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, .
legally protected personal characteristics is email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
not acceptable.

HOWTO GETYOUR Police Roundup
NEWS PUBLISHED MARIANNA POLICE available report: Two accidents, JACKSON COUNTY Marianna, battery.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish DEPARTMENT two abandoned vehicle reports, CORRECTIONAL FACILITY n Devonta McDuffle, 21, 6064
news of general interest free of chacrge. seven suspi- Raymore Lane, Marianna, ag-
Submit your news or Community Calendar The Marianna Police De- o .c cious vehicle The following people were gravated battery, battery.
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. partment listed the following reports, one booked into the county jail dur- a Gustavo Prez, 31, 5720
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, incidents for April 13, the latest suspicious ing the latest reporting periods: Snowhill Road, Malone, operat-
anniversary and birth announcements, available report: Two suspi- E incident, a Benjamin Temple, 19, 99 Petty ing a motor vehicle without a
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. cious incidents, one suspicious one report Road, Marianna, possession of valid license.
Photographs must be of good quality and person, one burglary of a ve- of mental ill- drug paraphernalia. o Chadwick Brannon, 24, 1993
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the hicle, two verbal disturbances, ness, one burglary, two verbal Jacob Brock, 18, 2487 Poplar Cutchins Road, Cottondale,
right to edit all submissions. one burglar alarm, six traffic disturbances, 10 medical calls, Springs Road, Mariana, posses- aggravated assault, criminal at-
stops, two larceny complaints, two traffic crashes with en- sion of marijuana-less than 2q tempt (burglary).
GETlING IT RIGHT three criminal mischief com- trapment, two burglar alarms, grams. ) Martha Bellamy, 35, 1320
The Jackson County Floridan's policy plaints, one civil dispute, one two fire alarms, one report of a raci Alday, 43, 473 Reagan Sandspur Road, Marianna, vio-
is to correct mistakes promptly. To trespass complaint, two follow- shooting in the area, two assists Lane, Chipley, possession of lation ofstate probation.
report an error, please call 526-3614 up investigations, one suicide for police and fire department methamphetamine, possession Keith Gullford, 47, 2666 Min-
Monday-Friday. attempt, one animal complaint, assistance, 18 traffic stops, of narcotic equipment. eral Road, Marianna, aggravated
three property checks, one as- one larceny complaint, one a Ron Wooden, 42, 2961 assault with a deadly weapon
sist of a motorist or pedestrian, civil dispute, two trespass Hall St., Marianna, posses- without intent to kill.
one patrol request and three complaints, one follow-up sion of marijuana-less than n Kenneth Stacy, 58, 3122
home security checks. investigation, one juvenile 20 grams, possession of drug Colonial Road, Marianna, sen-
complaint, one assault, one paraphernalia. tenced to 30 days.
JACKSON COUNTY animal complaint, 10 property )) Miranda Dye, 27, 535 Harden
SHERIFF'S OFFICE checks, four assists of motorists Road (lot. 15), Slocomb, Ala., Jail Population: 180.
or pedestrians, two assists of possession of marijuana-less
The Jackson County Sheriff's other agencies, two K-9 deploy- than 20 grams, possession of To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
Office and county fire/rescue ments, one welfare check, one drug paraphernalia. at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
reported the following inci- Baker Act transport and one a Demnetrick Brown, 21, 4198 agency. To report a wildlife violation, call
JCFLOR I DAN.CO M dents for April 13, the latest patrol request. Old Cottondale Road, 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).
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Stuart reappointed to Chipola College Board

Governor Rick Scott re- The ap- 15 years. Estate Commission. als, a realtor from Calhoun Associates; Hannah Caus-
cently announced the re- pointment Stuart has been in the Nine trustees represent County; Jan Page, CEO of seaux of Bristol, former di-
appointment of Virginia is subject to real estate business for 38 Chipola's five-county dis- Community South Credit rector of appointments in
"Gina" Stuart of Marianna confirma- years, and is a broker asso- trict. on the board. Other Union in Chipley; Tommy the Executive Office of the
to the Chipola College tion by the ciate with Chipola Realty. trustees include: board Lassmann of Marianna, a Governor; John Padgett of
District Board of Trustees. Florida Sen- Sheservesasaboardmem- chair Gary Clark of Chi- commercial banker with Marianna, a retired Jack-
Stuart is reappointed for a ate. She has ber of the StopOver House pley, vice president ofWest CidenceBank; NolanBaker son County commissioner;
term beginning March 28 Stuart served on and previously served as a Florida Electric Coopera- of Ponce de Leon, an engi- and Dr. Leisa Bailey, a phy-
and ending May 31, 2017. the board for member ofthe Florida Real tive; vite-chair Danny Ry- neerwithCDGEngineers& sician in Holmes County.



From left are Brain Bowl assistant coach Dr. Robert Dunkle, Ashley.Delameter, William Singleton, Wesley Chevillot, Rebecca
Delgado, Jacob Leff and Brain Bowl head coach Stan Young.

Brain Bowl team wins state title
The Chipola Brain Bowl college history. Singleton, Wesley Chevil- teams from each region
team won the 2013-14 Chipola player Jacob Leff lot, Rebecca Delgado, automatically qualify with SUBMITTEDPHOT
FCSAA State Champion- was awarded the David and Ashley Delameter. two wildcard teams also SUBMITTEDPHOTO
ship March 22, defeating Ehlert High Point Award, Chipola coaches are Stan selected. Chipola qualified merald Coast Hospice chaplain Gino
Broward College in the fi- averaging. 92 points per Young and Dr. Robert by winning the Panhandle -" Mayo speaks at their Annual Memo-
nal 580-370 to claim the game. Leff is the third Dunkle who have both Region. rial Service April 10. The title of his
title. Chipola player to win this coached the team for 10 The Chipola team is also
The Chipola team has award, following in the years. the NAQT community col- speech was "There's Help for the Hurting."
won 7 consecutive state footsteps of Dallin Kelson Qualification for the lege national runner-up. Emerald Coast Hospice holds the memorial
titles, and is now tied with and PaulKelson. state tournament be- The team finished second t h t
Broward with the most ti- Other Chipola team gins with 25 teams across in a field of 65 from across service each year to honor te patients and
ties in Florida community members are: William four regions. The top two the nation in March. families-who have passed.

Feds etend funds to pool won't be around
TROPICANA SPEECH WINNERS hosptls for a yr mth longer.
Ssp foraThe state announced
TALLAHASSEE Fed- the extension Friday.
eral health officials have
agreed to funnel $2 billion From wire reports
to Florida hospitals and
Sproviders that serve, li
uninsured patients for Ph li
another year.
SThe fund was in jeop-
ardy because federal
health officials wanted to
sunset the so-called "low-
income pool." fficials
assumed patients would
gain insurance under
Medicaid expansion
Sas part of the Afford- IN STORE:
able Care Act. But state Ring Sizing, Watch
lawmakers voted against Repair, Custom Design
Medicaid expansion. Pearl Re-stringing,
After that, hospitals Restoration
warned they wouldn't Free Jewelry Cleaning
have the safety-net Layaway
money needed to keep Est. 1971
treating the poor and 9
uninsured. atson
Health advocates re- l
SUBMITTED PHOTO newed a call for lawmak- oimtoarsrs
rI he sixth graders at Cottondale High School competed in the Tropicana Speech ers to expand Medicaid 850.482.4037
Contest. The winners are (from left) along with their teacher: Nathaniel Huskey, first because thelow-income
place; Cheyenne Quick, second place; Kendal Redmon, third place; Justin Butler, hon-
orable mention and Robin Mercer, sixth-grade teacher. I can show any listing ... not just mine!

FBI: Cop Imown as 'Milk Man helped deaers
The Associated Press Monday. could net them lighter to an FBI affidavit. In one C(IUJ2 entury 21 Sunny
"They took into consider- prison terms, case, Mata was paid $5,000 south Properties
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the Miami-Dade PoliceDe- mendations as a police of- assistance involved mov- member carrying $150,000
partment, Lt. Ralph Mata ficer and his good family," ing the drug money unde- on a flight from New Yorkl
broke up major gangs, su- 'Fleisher said of the bail. tected byusinghis contacts to the Dominican Repub-
pervised an airport canine Mata has been relieved at the airports, according lic, authorities say.
unit that sniffed out drug of his police duties. He .
smugglers and investigat- had been assigned to the ,I-Ori aO"tey
ed police wrongdoing. He department's internal af-
was also, according to the fairs office since 2010 and (E 4/14 3 85 Nt avalable
FBI, known as "The Milk before that to the canine (M 82 25
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The American Legion Post 100 celebrated their 86th birthday at their meeting on March 11. The post was named in honor and memory
of Col. Hamilton Allen Smith, a WWI hero from Greenwood, and SFC George Harry Kelly, a WWII hero from Marianna. Following a din-
ner of fried fish prepared by the Legion, Commander Tony Swearingen spoke on the history of Post 100. Pictured are members of the
Legion and Auxiliary.

Crist delivers

opening salvo

against Scott

The Associated Press The former governor's
arrival before a gaggle of
WEST PALM BEACH, reporters came as Lopez-
Delivering an opening Cantera was in the midst
salvo in his campaign to of denouncing Crist's
return to office, former speech as filled with mis-
Gov. Charlie Crist heaped truths and him as politi-
blistering criticism Mon- cian who would stake out
day on his successor, a any position necessary to
preview of the attack Gov. get elected. Crist declined
Rick Scott faces from his to respond to a question
likely opponent. about Lopez-Cantera's
Addressing a crowd of comments about his
hundreds at the Forum speech's honesty.
Club of the Palm Beaches, "He's just gonna get to
SUBMITTEDPHOT Crist gave a relentless in- debatethelieutenantgov-
Pictured are those who attended the Girls of Pearls, Inc.etiquetteworkshop. dictment,of nearly every ernor candidate," Crist
Saspect of Scott's leader- said."Give me Scott."
Girls ofPearls holds etiquette workshop ship, portrayig him as After an unstccessful
l an opponent to educa- campaign for U.S. Sen-
tion and the environment, ate as a Republican, and
Girls of Pearls Inc., under the di- and how to properly set a table. ments and achievements during the and a man out of touch then an independent,
rection of Jafria Wooden, hosted a This workshop was one of a series f first year. This event will highlighta with average Floridians. Crist is now considered
workshop on etiquette on Saturday, workshops that have been conduct- fashion show, modeling, talent and "Gov. Scott has led like the front-runner for the
April 5. ed during the 2013-14 session. dance. this: embrace the ideo- Democratic gubernato-
The workshop was conducted by Theorganization will host an event More information about the orga- logical fringe, take care rial nomination.
Carol "Cookie" Marks and Myrtle entitled "A Night of Pearls" on May nization and the Night of Pearls can of his friends, bully his Lopez-Cantera said:
Rhodes. Key points of the workshop 17, at Evangel Worship Center as a be obtained by calling JafriaWooder opponents,,hide from the "I feel like I'm watching
emphasized proper table manners celebration of the girls' accomplish- at 557-8787. public and the press and a bad political movie.
run from tough issues," Charlie has become the
Crist said. "He keeps run- unpleasant stereotype of
Medical pot measure could boost Democrats ning becauset the truth a politiciarr willing to say
means liftle to Rick Scott anything and do anything
because he doesn't have a to further ambitions."
The Associated Press and outside conservative record to run on, because In his 23-minute
groups, such as Americans he knows Floridians don't speech, Crist reached
MIAMI Tied. to an for Prosperity, are fund- support him and that his back to familiar jabs at
unpopular president and ing a barrage of negative priorities are wrong." Scott, repeatedly men-
his signature health care ads against Democrats in Scott sent Lt. Gov. Car- tioning his wealth and
law, Democrats in the na- a handful of swing-voting los Lopez-Cantera to re- questions about his busi-
tion's largest swing state House districts. but Crist, who was long ness past, and going as far
see medical marijuana "I would rather have it a Republican but now is to suggest his raceagainst
as a potential antidote to on the ballot than not," a Democrat. Crist gave the governor was a
political malaise' in this said Steve Schale, a Dem- a glimpse of his some- battle between good and
year's midterm elections. ocratic consultant who times disarmingfriendli- evil.
Party operatives are managed Obama's Florida ness, rising from his seat Crist attempted to por-
pushing a constitutional campaignin2008,"Itcould, to applaud Lopez-Can- tray himself as an every-
amendment that would have a marginal impact, tera when he was intro- day guy who has "lived
make Florida the first and a marginal impact in duced, praising him in his paycheck to paycheck"
state in the South to le- Florida could be the dif- speech, then interrupting and still picks up his own
galize some pot use. Polls THEASSOCIATEDPRESSFILE ference between winning reporters' interviews with dry cleaning, even as he
show the measure has Different strains of marijuana displayed for sale at The Clinic, and losing." the lieutenant governor has held high-profile jobs
widespread public sup- a Denver-based dispensary with several outlets, in Denver. A Republican victory to greet him with a hand- for years andis married
port, and it's particularly in youth turnout when be one bright spot for in a special House elec- shake and a wide smile. to a multi-millionaire.
popular amohg young vot- marijuana initiatives were Democrats in an election tion last month in Florida
ers a critical part of the on the ballot. This year, year that could be grim for underscored the Demo-
Democratic coalition with Florida could be a critical the party.PresidentBarack crats' turnout problem. DISCOUNT
historically weak turnout test case for whether those Obama remains unpopu- The St. Petersburg-area K LSONRUGS
in non-presidential elec- inereaseswereananoma- lar, and Republicans are district has 2.4 percent DRUGS
tion years.' ly or the start of a trend in trying to make the elec- more registered Republi-
"I wish that it didn't take advance of the presiden- tions a referendum on his cans than Democrats, but
medical marijuana on tial election in 2016, when health care law. Gov. Rick GOP voters outnumbered
the ballot to motivate our activists plan to launch Scott is making the health Democrats by 8 percent- 'Cj L
young voters," said Ana legalization campaigns in care overhaul a central is- age points among those ...Jfferson St..Mar.anna,. FL
Cruz, former executive di- at least six states, includ- sue in the governor's race who cast ballots.
rector of the Florida Dem- ing battleground Nevada.
ocratic Party. "But listen, "It's a smart move on
we'll take it any way we the Democrats' part," said
can get it." David Flaherty, a Colo-
Activists are also gather- rado-based GOP pollster.
ing signatures for medical "It's going to help them, no
marijuana initiatives in doubtaboutit."
Arkansas, where Demo- Florida Republicans ar-
crats are fighting to retain gue that Democrats do not
the governorship and a have a clear-cut advan- <"
U.S. Senate seat, and Ohio, tage on medical pot, with s
where the party is trying public polls showing an great food. great prices. great people
to oust GOP Gov. John overwhelming majority of
Kasich. But those peti- GOP voters supporting it. Shockingly Low Prices!
tion drives face significant They also say it's unlikely
organizational hurdles., to excite young voters in
The political world likely the way that legalization Oak Station
will be focused on Florida campaigns did in Colora- Shopping Center
in AIovember for clues do andWashington, where
about the turnout poten- pot was sanctioned for Open Daily From
tial among young voters recreationaluse alongthe 8am 8pm
of pot on the ballot. At lines ofalcohol, orbecome -
stake is the governor's of- part of a divisive culture
fice, aswellasahandfulof war that could drive (850) 526-4700
competitive House seats. turnout. ..
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Funeral Home participate are encour-
8261 Highway 90 East A aged to contact officials
Sneads, Florida The event is set at Grand Ridge Town E
850-593-9900 for Saturday at John Hall at 850-592-4621
Thomas Porter Recre- or Kim Applewhite at
Carl E. Ware ation Complex in Grand 850-209-7765.
Ridge, The recreation Admission and the egg
Mr. Carl E. Ware, age 91 a complex is located next hunt are free, but there
native of Surrency, Geor- to Grand Ridge School are small fees for some
gia, passed away at Jackson on Florida Street. of the kids' activities,
Hospital in Marianna, Flor- It features Easter egg which include a train
ida, Sunday, April 13, 2014. hunts at 11 a.m. and ride, bouncy house and
He has lived in this area for 12:30 p.m., with three more. Officials say there
the last 18 years, he retired age divisions. There are will be T-shirts, home-
from Wmn-Dixie after 28 12 golden eggs to be made jellies, candles,
years of service, and was a found, each'worth $25. handmade crafts, jewel-
Member andDeacon f The festivitis begin 8 ry, and a great variety of
Inwood BRidg Churchid a.m. and sliut down at carnival foods available
Grand Ridge,-Florida.
Carl is survived by his 2 p.m. for purchase.
wife, Ruby D. Ware of Ma- Arts, crafts and food The event is sponsored
rianna, Florida; two daugh- vendors will be on hand, by the Jackson County
ters, Sheryl Elder and hus- and children's games Tourist Development
band Tommy of Sneads, and other activities Council, the Town of
Florida and Debbie Conrad will be in abundance. Grand Ridge, and the
and husband Paul also of 'From 9a.m. to pm., East Jackson County
Sneads, Florida; two sons, live bunny photos will Economic Development
Johnny Smith of Mt. Pleas- be taken, and a color- Council SUBMIiEDPHOTO
ant, Florida and Mike SUBMIhED PHOTO
Smith of Tallahassee, Flor ing contest for kids will For more information, With basket in hand a young girl skips toward the crowd at the inaugural Grand Ridge Spring
da; two grandchildren and be held with prizes for call town hall. Festival and Easter Egg Hunt. This year's event is set for Saturday, April 9.
many nieces and nephews.
Carl was precededin
death by his first wife, e k d sta o
Winfed and several othere a deas se station eli r aunc
siblings. ,
Funeral Services are go- The Associated Press site over the weekend and loaded
ing to take place Wednes- into the Dragon. NASA said as-
day, April 16, 2014, 11:00 CAPE CANA AL A space tronauts can make the pair
AM CDT, at Inwood Baptisttrn can make the rep
Church. Visitation will be station cargo ship will remain withoutitifnecessary.
one hour, prior to Funeral Earthbound for a while longer NASA astronauts Rick Mas-
Services. Officating will be because of a rocket leak. tracchio and Steven Swanson
Rev. Steve Benefield. With just over an hour remain- will perform the spacewalk next
Interment will be at ing, the SpaceX company called Tuesday -- regardless of whether
Whites Bridge Cemetery in off Monday's planned launch. Of- the Dragon flies by then. It will
Colquit, Georgia ficials said they believe the prob- take several days to get the re-
Lanier-Andler Funeral lem can be fixed by Friday, the placement computer ready, thus
Home in Sneads, Florida is next opportunity for flying and the one-week wait before the job,
in charge of arrangements. the last chance before astronauts NASAs Kenny Todd, a station op-
PH 850-59 wdo urgent spacewalking repairs. erations man ager, said Monday.
A helium leak in the first-stage SpaceX Space Exploration
of the unmanned Falcon rocket Technologies Corp. of California
forced a halt to the countdown, -is one of two American com-
the latest delay spanning the past panies hired by NASA to fill the
Artistic Designs nimited nc. month. cargo gap left when the space
Your Local Florist and Gifts Over the weekend, NASA al- shuttles retired in 2011. Orbital
911 Jefferson St Marianna most postponed the launch at- Sciences Corp. of Virginia is the
85-3724 6 tempt because of a computer other. "
Michael's Toggery outage at the International Space Ifthe SpaceX Dragn isn't flying
SJner Appropntriattti Station. But mission managers byFriday, the companymayhave
850-482-8647 decided Sunday that everything to get in line behind Orbital, on
wouldbe safe for the arrival of THESOCIATEDPRESS track for a Ma delivery run from
te D ragon capsule and its 2o/2 The SpaceX Falcon rocket sits on the launch pad at the Cape Canaveral Airits Virginia launching site.
tons of supplies. rce Stai on Monday. The Dragon should have soared
t The computer, a critical back- It's the first breakdown evet orbiting lab. The failed one is lo- midMarh, but SpaceX need-
up, failed outside the space of one of these so-called space cated outside and therefore will ed two extra weeks of launch
From Page'lA station Friday as flight control- station MDMs, oa multiplexer- require spacewalking repairs prepping. Then an Air Force ra-
S- lets wre trying to activate it demultiplexers, used to route The Dragon capsule holds gas- dar-tracking device was damaged
Family and Consumer Sci- for a routine software load. The computer commands for a wide ket-like material for next week's in a fluke accident; an electrical
ence extension agentAman- primary computer has been variety of systems. Forty-five computer replacement. This new short caused the instrument to
da' Griffin will showcase ways working fine. MDMs are scattered around the materialwas rushed to the launch overheat.
to cook garden vegetables.
Local 4-H members will be
offering drinks and snacks to another loss that Branch moved her mother from ways be grateful." Shiver, friends Donna and
attendees while they shop for found hope and faith the porch to complete But the goodness of Bennie Chason, Ethan
arts and crafts, attend classes again. safety and stayed with her people didn't stop there Branch and his buddies
and just hang out talking From Page 1A The house that her sbn throughout the firefight, at the fire scene. Billy and Blake,Diane and
with friends and artists. had helped her find and reassuring the 80-year- Three congregations, Charles Tipton, Tina and
The purpose of the Pan- that they both sensed was buy went up in flames old throughout the crisis. Inwood Church, Shady Nathan, Donald Chum-
handle Artists and Crafters the place for her. that night. She'd left a pot Early on, Branch re- Grove Methodist and ley, Tim McDuncan and
is to provide a way to bring.* After he was killed in of fries unattended on the membered the skittishlit- Lovedale Baptist, raised his wife. Kathy Tyus, own-
local talent and consumers the crash, Branch bought stove, covered with a lid. tie puppy that was prob- and contributed $500 er of the Captain's Table in
together at little or no charge it as he had wished. Her She and her husband dis- ably cowering under her each to Branch, a self-de- Sneads, has been giving
to. either. All vending spaces life continued on, though covered the stove on fire mother's bed. She called scribed rare church-goer. Branch and her husband
for any of their programs are grief-laced and painful. In and frantically put out out for the little dog that The warden at a Sunday meal free of
free. Ifyqu have an art orcraft agony, she placed those the flames. They thought the family had taken in Apalachee Correctional charge since the fire.
and would like to be a part of mementoes of his life it was over. But what they and come to love a few Institution, Felicia No- "More people have
this group or would just like in a trunk, kept it close didn't realize was that the 'months eariler. And soon, bles, within days had come forward also,"
additional information, call enough to touch in her flames had gone through a fireman became her arranged and prepared Branch said, "and we feel
Amanda Griffin at the Exten- bedroom, and took the the vent and had caught hero. housing for Branch and blessed knowing there are
sion Service on Penn Avenue: items out from time to the insulation on fire in "It was like a movie," her husband, who works stillgoodhearts outtthere
Her phone number is 482- time in remembering. the roof. Branch said. "He came at the prison. They're who can make a huge
9620. Space is still available She went on breathing She realized that only ouitofthesmoke, allsooty, paying a modest $100 a someone' s
for their spring event, in and out, but Branch when she went to check carrying a little blanket month tostayin campus life. Bless these people.
Thisprogramismadeavail- blamed God for her son's onherbedriddenmother. with my puppy wrapped housing for employees, We will never forget their
able through the joint efforts death, she said. She had Her room was filled with inside, and handed it to and can remain as long generosity and caring. In-
of. the Jackson County Ex- nofaithleft -notinGod, smoke. She rnoved her me. Shiloh was covered "as they need to, Branch stead of feeling like I have
terisnion Service and the City not in people, not in the mother to the porch, then with smut, but safe." says. Having paid for her lost everything, I have a
of Marianna's Main Street very concept of hope it- called outto herhusband. Another fireman ap- home outrightwith cash, new positive outlook
Marianna. self. Ensuing tragedies Helookedup,sawthefite, preached her with the Branch had never got- on life because of these
__ i hardened that view of the and called 911. flag that she'd received at ten around to insuiring it, people. 'There is always
world. Her father died of The Jackson County Fire her son's funeral, and one So that need may stretch hope."
State Brief lung cancer a year later. Rescueteamanddeputies the portraits of him that over some time. The ACI And Branch said it all
TYI II s Her 58-year-bld broth- from the Jackson County she held dear. Other fire- Foundation, a fund cre- hasledto another change.
er died 1.5 years after Sheriff's Office were there fighters brought out other ated by ACI employees to God, she now believes,
killed days apart that, also of cancer. Those in minutes. And from that pictures and her father's help each other in times is ultimately responsible
LAKE PLACID Two losses also brought back point on, a battered heart leather wallet. It was one of trouble, also donated. for the caring that she
Floridapanthers'havewbeen to mind the earlier death began to heal. she'd had made for him At ACI, a Capt. Carson has felt from people. It is
found dead just days apart. of another brother in a She didn't get all the about 20 years earlier, a and a Capt. Jenkins also his spirit, his direction,
The Florida Fish and Wild- traffic crash when she firstandlast names of the treasured keepsake. helped. his plan working through
life ConservationCommis- was just 16 years old. De- people involved, but she "Words could not ex- The American Red them, she said, that has
sion reports that an uncol- 'pression, bitterness and has a sizeablelist of those press nmy gratitude," Cross came through with crumbled the stone that
laredmale was found dead hopelessness set in deep. who had a hanid in that Branch said. "Because of three nights' lodging and *hadgrowninplaceof her
MonIday near Lake Placid in But something hap- healing. their hard work and car- a debit card to help buy heart.
Highlands County. The cause pened on April 1 which She said an officer ing, we saved a lot in our immediate necessities. "I had a problem with
of death is believed to be a changedallthat. Itwasin Deese of the Jackson home, things that were Other assistance came God, but not anymore,"
vehicle collision.. ,:: the smoke and ashes of County Sheriff's Office precious tousWewill al- from Myra and Mark she said. '
Another panther death was
recorded Friday after a hikera
foundaicarcass n Piayune Afdli officia kill bears
Naples. Biologists estimate
it was between 8 and 10 TheAssociated Pess ficials said Monday that one of those killed. DNA feet. side the house, where-
months old. 'they had killed five of the and other tests will be "She openedherjaw and she collapsed.
The News-Press reports LAKE MARY After a animals, who had become done on the five animals clamped down onto my All five bears were "high-
these are the 11th and 12th bear mauled a woman in dangerously accustomed in an attempt to deter- head, and I couldjusthear ly habituated," Florida
Florida panther deaths of l the driveway of her sub- tohumans. mine that, officials said. her teeth marks," Frana Fish and Wildlife officer
2014. urban Florida home, drag- It was unclear whether Frana, 45, said the bear told WFTV-TV. Greg Workman said dur-
ging her four feet before thebearthatattackedTerri had her head in its mouth She managed to es- ing a news conference
Fromwire reports she escaped, wildlife of- Frana, 45, on Saturdaywas and dragged her about 4 cape, and then ran in- Monday.

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Utah Post, Guardian

Police: Mom admitted to killing her 6 babies
The Associated Press Wf oritZerS fOr

Megan Huntsman was
clear about what she did
with six of her newborn The Associated Press have likened his disclo-
babies. sures to the release of
Huntsman, 39, told po- NEW YORK The the Pentagon Papers, the
lice she either strangled or Washington Post and The secret Vietnam War his-
suffocated Guardian won the Pulit- tory whose publication
them imme- zer Prize in public service by The New York Times in
diately after Monday for revealing the 1971 won the newspaper
they were U.S. government's sweep- a Pulitzer. His critics have
born. She ing surveillance programs branded him a criminal.
wrapped in a blockbuster series "To be rewarding illegal
their bodies of stories based on se- conduct, to be enabling
Hutsman in a towel or cret documents supplied a traitor like Snowden,
a shirt, put by NSA leaker Edward to me is not something
them in plastic bags and Snowden. that should be-rewarded
then packed them inside The Pulitzer for break- with a Pulitzer Prize," said
boxes in the garage of her ing news was awarded Rep: Peter King, R-N.Y.
home south of Salt Lake THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to The Boston Globe for "Snowden has violated his
City. Authorities investigate a crime scene at a house in Pleasant Grove, Utah, Sunday, April 13. Ac- its "exhaustive and em- oath. He has put Ameri-
What's not clear is why. cording to the Pleasant Grove Police Department, seven dead infants were found in the former pathetic" coverage of the can lives at risk."
A day after her arrest on home of Megan Huntsman, 39. Huntsman was booked into jail on six counts of murder. Boston Marathon bomb- At The Boston Globe,
charges of killing her six Her estranged husband, in the house during the ful daughters," she wrote, ing and the manhunt that the newsroom was closed
babies, investigators and Darren West, made the decade that authorities be- continuing, "Please we followed. off to outsiders, and staff
her neighbors puzzled discovery Saturday with lieve Huntsman had killed need this guy to keep our Two of the nation's big- members marked the an-
over the grisly discovery, fellow family members the babies, Smith said. family together." gest and most distin- nouncement of the break-
including how she could while cleaning out the ga- He's been cooperative, Neighbor Sharon Chip- guished newspapers, The ing-news award com-
have concealed a half- rage of the house, which and was devastated by the man said the couple mar- Post and The New York ing just a day before the
dozen pregnancies over a is owned by his parents. discovery, he said. ried young, and Huntsman Times, won two Pulit- anniversary of the bomb-
10-year period. He called Huntsman, who Smith said the three never worked except for zers each, while the other ing with a moment of
"Howcanyouhaveababy admitted to him it was her daughters have been inter- a short stint at a grocery awards were scattered silence for the victims.
and not have evidence and. baby, according to court viewed, but he declined to store. among a variety of publi- "There's nobody in this
other people know?" asked documents. discuss what they said. The three daughters who cations large and small. room who wanted to
neighbor SanDee Wall. West called police, who West pleaded guilty in were living -in the house The stories about the cover this story. Each and
"You can't plan when a then found the bodies in federal court in 2005 to were good young women National Security Agen- every one of us hopes that
babyis going to come. Just the garage. two counts of possessing who have turned out re- cy'sspyprogramsrevealed nothing like it ever hap-
the thought of somebody Investigators believe chemicals intended to be markably well considering that the. government has pens again on our watch,"
putting baby into a box is Huntsman is the mother used in manufacturing their father has been in systematically collected Globe Editor Brian Mc-
a heartbreaker." of them all'based on what methamphetamine, ac- prison, Chipman and Wall information about mil- Grory told the newsroom.
Huntsman, who was she has told them but have cording to court records. In said. lions ofAmericans' phone The bombing last April
arrested Sunday on six ordegd DNA tests to make August 2006, he was sen- West's parents have calls and emails in its ef- 15 that killed three people
counts of murder, was or- sure that's the case. They tenced to 9 years in prison, played an influential role fort to head off terrorist and wounded more than
dered held on $6 million don't knowwho the babies' but appealed three times. in their upbringing, espe- attacks. The resulting fu- 260 also ledto a Pulitzerin
bail $1 million for each fathers are. It could take West was released from a cially the youngest, who is ror led President Barack the feature photography
baby. The remains of a weeks to get the results, federal prison in California still in junior high. Obama to impose limits category for Josh Haner of
seventh baby police found Utah County Attorney Jeff in January and transferred Wall said she's puzzled on the surveillance. The New York Times, for
appears to have been still- Buhman said. to a halfway house in Salt about why Huntsman The reporting "helped his photo essay on a blast
born, authorities said. Huntsman's three daugh- Lake City, said Chris Burke, would have killed the ba- stimulate the very impor- victim who lost his legs.
Accordinig to a prob- ters one teenager and spokesman for the Federal bies, especially consider- tant discussion about the The Times also won in
able cause statement re- two young adults also Bureau of Prisons. ing her youngest daughter, balance between privacy the breaking-news pho-
leased by police Monday, lived in the house. Duringthe DrugEnforce- now a young teen, was and security, and that dis- tography category, for Ty-
Huntsman said she gave Investigators believe ment Administration in- born during the decade cussion is still going on," ler Hicks' coverage of the
birth to at least seven ba- West and Huntsman were vestigation in 2005, agents Huntsman told authorities Sig Gissler, administrator Westgate mal terrorist at-
bies between 1996 and together when the ba- stopped by the house, she killed the other babies. of the Pulitzer Prizes. tack in Kenya.
2006 at her former home bies were born, but don't spoke with Huntsman and "Why was one of them The NSA stories were The Washington Post
in Pleasant Grove, a believe he was aware looked around but it's un- saved?" Wall said. written by Barton Gell- won a second Pulitzer in
leafy, sleepy town about of the killings. Buhman known how extensive the Neighbors said they no- man at The Washington the explanatory reporting
35 miles south of Salt Lake said Huntsman is the search was. ticed Huntsman's weight Post and Glenn Green- category, for Eli Saslow's
City. principle suspect, but As he maintained his in- fluctuated over the years, wald, Laura Poitras and look at food stamps in
All but one of the ba- didn't rule out more ar- nocence, Huntsman wrote with her toggling between Ewen MacAskill, whose America. .
bies was born alive, she rests as the investigation a letter asking a federal baggy and tight clothes, work was published by The Pulitzers are given
said. During the interview continues. judge to consider leniency but they didn't realize The Guardian US, the Brit- outeachyearbyColumbia
with police, she was un- Police have talked with at sentencing. she was pregnant. Smith ish newspaper's American University on the recom-
emotional and matter of West as they investigate "Darren is a remarkable declined to say if Hunts- operation, based in New mendation of a board of
fact, according to Pleas- his level of knowledgeand man, husband, brother, man gave birth to the ba- York. distinguished journalists
ant Grove police Lt. Britt involvement in the deaths, son, son-in-law friend and bies in the home or at a "I think this is amazing and others. The two win-
Smith. Smith said. He was living father of our three beauti- hospital., news," Poitras said. "It's a ners of the public service
testament to Snowden's award will receive gold
as shootin suspet ha eod of violene courage, a vindication of medals. The other awards
Kam shootng suspec Chad no record of vcolence his courage and his de- carry a$10,000 prize.
sire to let the public know The Center for Public
The Associated Press vented. There's at least no hunt for violating terms of tied by the Federal Com- what the government is Integrity's Chris Hamby
obvious answer," saidMark his bond while appealing munications Commission, doing." won for investigative
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. Potok, a senior fellow at the a North Carolina convic- which concluded Cross Snowden, a former reporting for detailing
Never one to keep his Alabama-based Southern tion for operating a para- was not a "bona fide" can- contract employee at the how lawyers and doctors
hatred to himself, Frazier Poverty Law Center, which military camp. Federal didate entitled to manda- NSA, has been charged rigged a system to deny
Glenn Cross for decades tracks hate groups and had agents tracked him along tory access to the state's with espionage and oth- benefits to coal miners
sought out any soapbox a considerable dossier on with three other men airwaves. The ruling al- er offenses in the U.S. suffering from black lung
to espouse his white-su- Cross. "He is one of the to a rural Missouri mo- lowed Missouri broadcast- and could get 30 years in disease.
premacist beliefs, twice more frightening charac- bile home stocked with ers to reject his ads, such prison if convicted. He The prize for national
running for federal office ters out there, no question hand grenades, automatic as one that urged white has received asylum in reporting went to David
with campaigns steeped in about that." weapons and thousands of people to "unite" and "take Russia. Philipps of The Gazette of
anti-Semitism. A Johnson County jail of- bullets. our country back." It also In a statement issued by Colorado Springs, Colo.,
Yet there's scant evi- ficial reached Monday by A federal grand jury in- criticized immigrants and the Freedom of the Press for an investigation that
dence the Army veteran The Associated Press re- dicted Cross on weapons minorities. Foundation, Snowden sa- found that the Army has
and retired trucker with fused to make Cross avail- charges and accused him Violence proved fatal to luted "the brave reporters discharged escalating
Ku Klux Klanlinks ever re- able and referred inqui- of plotting robberies and his son. Jesse Miller was and their colleagues who numbers of traumatized
sorted to violence before ries to his attorneys and theassassinationofthelaw 30 andwielding a shotgun kept working in the face combat veterans who
Sunday, when authori- Overland Park police. The center's founder, Morris in 2008 when hn he was shot of extraordinary intimida- commit crimes at home.
ties say he opened fire Kansas City Star reportei Dees. He then served three and killed by a police of- tion, including the forced The Pulitzer for inter-
with a shotgun and pistol that Cross had been as- years in federal prison. As ficer he wounded in Mari- destruction of journalistic national reporting -vas
outside a Jewish commu- signed two federal public part of a plea bargain, he onville. The confrontation materials, the inappropri- awarded to Jason Szep
nity center and retirement defenders. testified against other Klan happened moments after ate use of terrorism laws, and Andrew R.C. Marshall
complex near Kansas City. Knocks by an Associated leaders in a 1988 sedition the younger Miller had and so many other means of Reuters for their cover-
None of the three people Press reporter went unan- trial, gunned down a passer-by of pressure to get them to age oftheviolent persecu-
killed turned out to be swered Monday at Cross' Cross ran for the U.S. who stopped to help him stop." tion of a Muslim minority
Jewish. small, single-story home House in 2006 and the U.S. after a car crash. It was Snowden's supporters in Myanmar.
The 73-year-old Cross, bordered on three sides Senate in2010, each time never clear why Miller re-
who shouted a Nazi slo- with barbed-wire fences espousing a white-power sorted to gunfire.
gan at television cameras near the southwest Mis- platform. In Cross' hometown (
when arrested minutes lat- souri town ofAurora, some During his Senate run as Monday, most locals ap-
er, has been jailed await- 180 miles south of Over- a registered write-in can- proached by the AP waved
ing charges that investi- landcPark. Parked outside didate, Cross' effort to air off the opportunity to
gators said could come as was a red Chevrolet bear- anti-Semitic ads was scut- discuss him.
early as Tuesday. At some ing two Confederate flag
point, a federal grand stickers.
jury is expected to review In nearby Marionville,
the slayings, which au- Mayor Dan Clevenger said
thorities nowdeem a hate Cross often distributed .s
crime. I racist pamphlets.
U.S. Attorney Barry Gris- The Southern Poverty
som said the victims"hap- Law Center said Cross,
pened to be in the wrong who also went bythe name
place at the wrong time" Frazier Glenn Miller, has r_ _
and had "a firsthand en- been immersed in white a lr
counter with evil." supremacy most of his life.
The FBI and police have During the early 1980s,
not offered any public ex- Crosswas"oneofthemore
planation for what trig- notorious white suprema-
gered Sunday's deadly cists in the U.S.," accord-
outburst in Overland Park ingtotheAnti-Defamation
on the eve of the Jewish League. OulDA MORRIS PAT FUR CEC Powm.W
festival of Passover. While He founded the Carolina a Fr0 (2O6 ( 8.9049
the FBI and other law- Knightsofthe KuKluxKlan
enforcement agencies and served as its "grand
were familiar with Cross, dragon" before launching
Sunday's gunfire was "very the supremacist White Pa-
random," theFBI'sMichael triot Party, the law center
Kaste said. said. Duass Rours Suym ED McCoY oVELY TnouA,
"We don't really see how By 1987, he was the tar- (80O 8. ( o r (8o) 20o9-
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Roberts, Bryan lead Bulldogs by 'Jackets

BY DUSTIN KENT runs, and three RBI, with Andrew Shouse adding two hits and an
RBI, and Gray Gilmore and Austin
TheMariannaBulldogssnapped Torbett a hit and an RBI each.
afour-gamelosingstreakSaturday Marianna scored two runs in
afternoon with a 7-0 home win the bottom of the second inning,
over theVemonYellowjackets. three in the third, and two more in
The Bulldogs had been the fourth to pull away.
shut out by Pensacola State ZachWeeks started and took the
6-0 on Friday night, but they loss for Vernon, giving up seven
turned the tables on the runs three earned on eight
Yellowjackets thanks to big games hits, two walks, and two strikeouts Austin Torbett
from Kody Bryan and Walker in four innings. h) connect
Roberts. Hunter Farrar pitched two the a i
Roberts started on the mound scoreless innings of relief for the gam earlier thi
and tossed a complete-game Yellowjackets, allowing two hits month.
shutout to get the win, limiting and striking out three.
Vernon tojust three hits and three Dalton Gibson, Jordan
walks while striking out seven. Basarab, and Silas Drummond
Bryan pacedthe MHS offense by had the only hits of the day for
going 3-for-3 with a double, two Vernon.

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Conference champions

Taylor Lewis (3) pitches for Chipola
in a game last week.

Indians notch

big victory
over Eagles
The Chipola Indians bounced
back from a costly conference
loss to get back in the win column
by beating the Tallahassee Eagles
5-2 Saturday in Tallahassee.
Chipola was coming off a 5-3
loss to Gulf Coast State on Friday
that knocked the Indians out of
first place, but Saturday's win
brought the Indians back even
with the Commodores for first in
SUBMITTEDPHOTO the win column, while still just a
The Grand Ridge Middle School blaseball team poses for a picture after winning the Panhandle Conference championship Thursday night game back in the loss column.
It was a game that proved tricky
at the end, with the Eagles bring-
Grand Ri ge takes first title with dramatic win ing thewinningrunto theplate by
loading the bases with two outs in
the bottom of the ninth inning.
BY DUSTIN KENT The Indians fell behind 2-0 runs and brought the winning base for the second out, and That's when Chipola coach Jeff in the first inning before ral- run to the plate with the bases then threw it to Dylan Catal- Johlson called on staff ace Mi-
lying back to take a 5-3 edge loaded and no outs. famo at first for the third. chael Mader to make a rare re-
The Grand Ridge Indians through three innings, and But Grand Ridge reliefpitch- It was an incredible end to lief appearance to face Christian
baseball team clinched its tacking on five more over er Dylan Driggers got the next a game that resulted in Grand Dicks, getting him to fly out to
first-ever Panhandle Confer- the next two frames to go up batter to hit a line drive to Ridge finishing as champions right field on a 2-1 pitch for the
ence championship Thurs- 10-3. second base that was caught forthe first time. final out of the game.
day night in Chipley, beating That's where the margin by Mack Danford, who then "Ilm very proud of my guys. Mader earned the save, while
Roulhac Middle School 10-7 stood untilthe seventh inning tossed it to shortstop Josh starter Tom Watson got the
in dramatic fashion; when Roulhac plated four Baxley who tagged second See CHAMPS, Page 6B win for eight strong innings iri
See INDIANS, Page 6B

cc Softball MERE

Lady Indians' streak snapped Marianna Ozone takes wins over Sneads
The Chipola Lady Indians
snapped a four-game losing BYSHELIAMADER ynd then Pittman drew a walk
streak Saturday in Pensacola, but Floridan Correspondent and scored on Beach's single.
they couldn't complete the sweep Three more runs crossed the
andfinishedwithadoubleheader plate in the second inning with
split againist the LadyPirates. The Ozone teams for Clikas leading off with a single,
.Chipola was coming off of con- Marianna fared well lastweek, stealing second and walks to
secutive doubleheader sweeps with both coming away with Grant Williams and NoahShores
at the hands of Tallahassee and victories over the Sneads Blue loading the bases.
Northwest Florida State, but and Gold Pirates. A passed ball plated olfe before
got back on track in Saturday's Rotary took a 9-1 win on apairofstrikeouts accountedfor
first game thanks to a big home Thursday behind southpaw two quick outs.
runi by Katie Harrison and a Wilton Pittman, who went all five Bannerman took advan-
complete-game performance by SUBMITTEDPHOTO innings, giving up one earned tage of a bobbled ball to reach
No. 1 pitcher Jessica Elliott. Jenna Reeves (5) stretches from first for the catch in a game Thursday. run while striking out 12 batters safely, allowing two additional
Elliott went seven innings and and allowing just two hits and runs to score and give Rotary a
allowed three earned runs on fer Cottle and Alyssa Hathcoat to picking up a hit, a walk, and an three walks. comfortable 6-1 lead.
four hits and eight walks with five make it 5-2, but the Lady Pirates RBI, and Ciara Jones going 1-for-2 Pittman also did his job at the Rotary plated two more runs
strikeouts, Kinsley Mason took rallied in the bottom of the inning with two walks and two runs. plate with two hits along with in the third inning when Blake
the loss for giving up four earned with a pair of singles by Sydney Palacios led Pensacola State Jaxson Beach's two hits and Barber was hit by the pitch and
runs on eight hits and five walks Dixon and Renae Palacios and a with two hits. Justin Clikas with one hit. stole second and third.
and six strikeouts in 62/3 innings walk to Ashley Peters to load the The second game was a wild, Sneads Gold scored its only Tanner Spooner followed with
for Pensacola State. bases with one out. back-and-forth affair, with a run in the first inning when the a walk and a passed ball scored
The game was tied 2-2 through Elliott then walked Jessica solo homer by Harrison putting leadoff batter walked and stole Barber and moved Spooner to
five innings when Harrison hit Briggs to force in a run, but got Chipola on top in the top of the around to score, third.
her 19d home run of the season Quierra Bradford to ground out first inning before Pensacola Rotary got on board with, three Clikas drew a walk and a dou-
in the top of the sixth to put the to second base to end the threat State answered with two runs in runs in the first inning. ble steal plated Spooner before a
Lady Indians up for good. and the game. the bottom of the inning for the Gage Bannerman took advan- strikeout ended the inning.
Chipola tacked on two more Harrison was 2-for-4 with a run first of five lead changes, tage of a catcher's interference The final run came in the fifth
insurance runs in the seventh and two RBI for Chipola, with call, stole second and third be-
on bases-loaded walks to Jenni- BrashanteDareus andCottleeach See STREAK, Page 6B fore scoring on a passed ball, See OZONE, Page 6BL



Bubba goes green for

the 2nd time at Augusta

The Associated Press
AUGUSTA, Ga. Bubba
Watson scooped up his
son, hugged his wife and
took off down the ropes
along the 18th green, high-
fiving the patrons, at Au-
Igusta National.
This was the kind of
Bubba-like celebration
he would've relished two
years ago, but it wasn't
possible that Sunday.
Watson and his wife had
just adopted their little
boy, so the rest of the fam-
ily stayed. at home. The THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
Masters was decided not Defending Masters' champion Adam Scott, of Australia, helps
Sin front of the clubhouse, Bubba Watson (left) with his green jacket after winning the
but down in the hollow at Masters Sunday in Augusta, Ga.
No. 10, where Watson won
a nerve-wracking playoff "This one is a lot differ- a steady putter.
bywhacking a trick shot off ent," Watson said. "The He simply overpowered
the pine straw and around first one for me, it's almost the course and the rest
a tree. It ended suddenly, like I lucked into it. This of the field on the way to
dramatically, without the one was a lot of hard work, a three-shot victory over
proper time to commemo- dedication, and I got back Spieth, the 20-year-old
rate the occasion. here. After giving away that Texan, and Sweden's Jonas
Not a problem this time. jacket last year, I kind of Blixt.
FILEPHOTO/FLORIDAN Watson seized the lead wanted it back" "I was very comfortable,"
hipola basketball player Cinmeon Bowers (25) drives to the from Jordan Spieth with a Make room in the closet. Watson said. "Playing this
basket in a gamelast season. Bowers committed to the dramatic two-hole swing Bubba's going green for a waywas a lot better ... a lot
before the turn. The last second time. easier coming down the
J Auburn Tigers Sunday. real uneasy moment came "It's overwhelming to last few holes, especially
at the 13th, where the left- win twice," Watson said. the last hole, knowing that
hander launched a slicing "A small-town guy named I had a couple shots to play
NM tee shot around the trees Bubba now has two green with."
nicking a limb or two jackets, it's pretty wild." Watson's career slipped
ia along the way to set up Maybe so, but this wasn't into neutral after his 2012
an easy two-putt birdie the guy who coined the Masters victory. He was
S that essentially clinched term "Bubba golf" to de- busy with his new child,
his victory, scribe the daring way he so that took away from
S it t By the time Watson played for his firstMasters his time on the course.
S m ith arre steaat awr t walked up 18, he could rel- victory in 2012. While the He went almost two years
ish the cheers, really relish 13th was harrowing, and a without a victory, wasn't
them, and know that a sec- shot through the trees on even in the conversation
The Associated Press up with him, Ortiz said to learn of the incident ond green jacket was wait- the 15th was a gutsy move, for the 2013 Presidents
Smith became uncoop- today involving Aldon ing for him at the top of Watson won this major ti- Cup, and slipped to 44th
LOS ANGELES San erative and was taken Smith," 49ers general the hill, along with his wife tle largely with a booming on the money list last
Francisco 49ers line- into custody. manager Trent Baalke and son. drives, accurate irons and season.
backer Aldon Smith was A witness video post- said in a statement. "As
arrested ed on shows this is a pending legal Ol ym ics
Sunday' at Smith exchanging words matter and we are still
Los Ange- with an officer as he was gathering the pertinent
les Inter- being handcuffed and facts, we will have no
na- ional' escorted out of the, gate further comment."
Airport af- area. A fearsome pass-rush-
ter author- Smith was booked for ing specialist, Smith
ities said investigation of making took a five-game leave of
Smith he became a false bomb threat. FBI absence from. the 49ers
belligerent spokeswoman Laura Ei- last season to undergo
during a security screen- miller said anyone who treatment for substance
ing and threatened that makes a bomb threat at abuse. He. rejoined the
he had a bomb. an airport is potentially team Nov. 5..
The 24-year-old player subject to federal charg- Smith played in a 27-7
was randomly selected es, although no such home loss to the India-
for a secondary screen- charges have been filed napolis Colts on Sept.
ing at Terminal 1 and against Smith. 22, two days after he
became, uncooperative A, message seeking was arrested and jailed
with the process, airport comment from. Smith's on suspicion of DUI and
police Sgt. -Karla -Ortiz~ agent wasn't immediate- marijuana possession.
said. She said he told a ly returned. After the game, he pub-
TSA agent that he had a With the arrest, Smith licly apologized for his
bomb before walking to is involved in three pend- behavior and later an-
the gate. When airport ing criminal cases. nounced he would leave ASSOCIATED PRESSFILE
police officers caught "We are disappointed for treatment. United States' Michael Phelps displays his gold medal for the men's 100-meter butterfly final
at the Aquatics Centre in the Olympic Park during the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

Sa Olympic great Michael

Dumnars officially stepping Phelps ending retirement

down as Pistons GM
TheAssociatedPress beeri training Monday Swimming said Olympi-
The Associated Press .. .-through Friday with Bow- ans Ryan Lochte and Katie
Michael Phelps is com- man's team at the North Ledecky are among those
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. I. ing out of retirement, lured Baltimore Aquatic Club. expected to swim in the
Joe Dumars is stepping back into the pool by the "He's gotten back into Arena Grand Prix at Sky-
down as the Detroit Pis- fun of it and the possibil-, good ,shape since Sep- line Aquatic Center.
tons' president of basket- ity of swimming at a fifth tember," the coach said. "I'm excited to see what
ball operations. Olympics in Rio in 2016. "He can.give a good ef- he can do," Ledecky told
The team made the : The 22-time Olympic fort and certainly not theAPbyphoneinbetween
move offidial Monday, a medalist will compete for be embarrassed. He's in classesatherhighschoolin
day.after the Pistons lost the first time since the enough shape to swim Maryland. "Definitely it'll
their home finale and -: 2012 London Games at competitively." bring some more energy to
dropped to 29-52 with one a meet in Mesa, Ariz., on ,Besides Phelps, USA swimming again."
game remaining in the April24-26.
season. Detroit will miss Bob Bowman, the swim-
the postseason for a fifth mer's longtime coach, The Chipola College
consecutive year. A P told The Associated Press Fine and Performing Arts
"It's time to turn the Detroit Pistons President of Basketball Operations Joe on Monday that Phelps Department presents
page on a wonderful, Dumars speaks during a news conference in Auburn Hills, is entered in three events
chapter and begin writing Mich. the 50- and 100-me-
a new one," Dumars said ter freestyles and the 100 4r o
in a statement. "I've had Brandon Jennings. The Dumars will remain an biutterfly.
the pleasure of working new-look roster qopped, adviser to the ownership "I think he'sjust going to
with some great people and now somebody else team, but this is the end test the waters a little bit O t
throughout the last 29 will be in charge of the of an era. Drafted by the and see howit goes," Bow-
years as both a player and next effort to bring Detroit Pistons in 1985, Dumars man said by phone from
executive, and I'm proud backto the postseason, spent his entire 14-year Baltimore. "I wouldn't
of our accomplishments. "Joe Dumars is a great playing career with the say it's a full-fledged .
Tom Gores and ownership champion who has meant franchise, winning NBA comeback" Ensem ble
is committed to winning so much to this franchise titlesin 1989 and 1990. Phelps returned to train- Concert
and they will continue and this community," He was Detroit's vice ing last fall and re-entered
to move the franchise Gores said. "We are turn- president of player per- the U.S. drug-testing pro-
forward." ing the page with great sonnel during the 1999- gram. He has completed Rock&JazzBanddirectedbyCraigBeanand
Gores took over as own- respect for what he has 2000 season before being his six-month waiting pe- the Chamber Chorus directed by Dale Heldebrecht
er in 2011, with the team accomplished not only as promoted to president of riod by the U.S. Anti-Dop- T
clearly in a rebuilding aplayer and a front office basketball operations.Du- ing Agency to be eligible Tuesday, April 15,2014
mode, but expectations executive, but as a person mars was named the 2003 for competition. 7:00 p.m. at the Chipola Center for the Arts
were higher this season who has represented this executive of the year, and Bowman said Phelps Join us for this FRE Eventi For more
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ALLEY OOP BY JACK AND CAROLE BENDER Dear Annie I am 27 and am engaged the well. Partners should know about
WE HEARD THOSE oU'RE RIGHT MAYBE THA.'S"r 1 to my 26-year-old fiancee. However, she previous engagements, marriages and
LONG TIME AGO, SHOD SE HE HE A D RIGHT WHER recently told me about her college days, children, but other romantic entangle-
DUNKE Y OW LOOK I WANT which included a lot of sex with both ments don't need to be confessed unless
men and women, sometimes in groups. they will have an impact down the line.
She said she really enjoyed it, but it is in By tel ling you that she had sex with
the past. women and in groups, you are now won-
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didn't tell me this long ago, and I wonder and will want group sex again. But it's
where her head is now. How can I trust not like Disneyland A lot of college kids
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Quality Homesc& Apartments Only 19,472 miles. $17,700. Call Stephen before ... light conversion, zumo School Board, Marianna, Florida, until 2:00 p.m.
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$700. mo. 70. dep. 850526-4283. smoked D, poer $2800. OBO 850-209-3951 or 850-209-3952 M ARIANNA HIGH SCHO
Unfurnished Mobile Homes, Apartments and seats, 3rd row seat, dual Se J I FOR THE JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Houses in Gracevie. Rentals Houses in Marian- climate control. $34,500. Jason 334-791-0432
na also available. Some properties pet friendly. Ford 1989 Mustang GT: Completely rebuilt from Ford 2006 Drawings and specifications may be obtained
Call Today 850-263-5753 top to bottom, stainless steel exhaust, sunroof Expedition from the office-of the Architect, Donofro Archi-
Paid $10242 for parts, SELLING FOR $3,000. Limited-156k tects at Post Office Box 861, 2910 Caledonia
MBIuickE2 0S FO 2 c For more details call 334-648-1789. pmiles, video Street, Marianna, Florida 32446. Contractors
system, 2nd may obtain one (1) set of documents for
2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. Ford 2004 Mustang GT Coupe: black, V8 5 row captain, $50.00.
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included, speed, 99k miles, 6 disc CD, run great $6,000 sunroof, towing pkg. $9,000, 334-740-0525 mOBO Call 334-797-7420 N Each bid must be accompanied by a bid bond,
Only $57. to turn on power i. 80-209-8847. -- --- s Ford 2010 Explorer. Edde or a cashier's check, made payable to the Jack-
nf r ot Hoe Honda Accord rwe Bauer Edition. 3rd row seat son County School Board, Marianna, Florida in
S2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes 2005 y 2 toneean, locally owned. Well the sum of 5% of the base bid as a guarantee
l o d a8 8 5 a2 d 3 5- i gray/silver color, e owne, maintained. Clean CarFax. and with an agreement that the bidder will not
anna & Snead (850)209-8595 98K miles, 30-36 mpg, Leather w/umbar support revoke or cancel his bid or withdraw from the
great cond. $9549. Roomy,quiet interior. Rugged SUV/truck-based competition for a period of thirty (30) days af-
2BR 1BA Furn. MH, CH/A, no pets/smoking, 334-389-3845 or 334-393-7606. body-on-frame. Healthy tow rating. $16,590. terthe opening of bids, and that in the event
$450 + dep. current credit report ly lease req. all Stephen 334-435-3344 the contract is awarded to the bidder, he will
182 Alford Rd C'dale 850-638-4620/638-6405 Lexus 2012 RX350: Sharp within ten (10)consecutive days after it is sub-
Clean! Luxurious! Intuitive I;WI :u. = f;TOi 11 ; i mitted, enter into written contract with the
2BR/2BA SW & 3BR/2BA DW in Malone, parking assist, push- Jackson County School Board in accordance
CH/A, No pets, security negotiable Section 8 H button start,SmartAccess, with the accppted bid. The cost of the bond
ok Call 850-594-9991 or 850-557-7719 backup camera, heated/ will be included as part of the bidders base-bid
ventilated front seats, tire pressure monitor- proposal.
2 br 2 bath located between Grand Ridge and ing. 1 owner lease vehicle, clean car fax and
Sneads. $375 includes water, garbage and only 23,000 mi. $35,950. Call Jason 334.791.0432 NOTE: There will be a Pre-Bid Conference and
monthly pest care. 850-573-0308 Chevy 2013 Silverado LT, 6,000k miles, 2 wh.dr., attendance will be mandatory for all
Lincoln 2003 Towncar fully loaded, white, extended cab, $27,900 firm, Contractors who plan to submit a bid for this
I Cartier Edition: pearl 334-687-7702 project, see Section B, "Instructions to
S3BR / 2BA MH in Sneads, white with vinyl top, Bidders", Paragraph B-16.
CaA in Ided, / l aoaded, 152k miles Ford 1995 F150: 8ft bed, very good condition,
appplh included $>4b50/me0. $ a450 i$7,500 runs and rides great, pictures available, $2,800. JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
dep. w/no pets, 4 all593-5251 Ca 850-573-2145 Cal 850526-2964 or 850-557-2523BY:/s/Steve Benton, Superintendent
Nissan 2007 Frontier King Cab, auto, AC, all Jackson County School Board
incoln 2005 Towncar Signature: FSBO power, cruise, CD, bed liner, 79K miles, very Marianna, Florida
3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. excellent condition, garage kept, new brakes, good cond. $10,850. Blue book 334-347-8649
NO PETS. CH&A. original owner, have maintenance record, 66k C 3111 i a i
Starting at $500 per month miles, $9,495. Call for appt. 334-479-0099 Toyot 2010 Tacoma
Call 850-258-1594 SR5 White, 2 wheel
if no answer please leave message. .incolon 2008c whe drive, 4 door V6, tow
c rh w epackage, new Michelin
Very Clean 3BR/2BA for family of 4 moon roof, leather, B tires, Excellent condi-
Very clean. Water, sewage, garbage andyard heated/cooled front tion. 46,000 mies. $22,800. Cal 334-693-4987 or
care provided. No smokers, no pets. seats, 60k miles, comfortable and roomy, well 796-5919
$550 + deposit Call 850.-718-8158. kept and like new, original owner.
$14,900. Call 334-494-3347 during the day. UTILITY TRAILER 6x10 by Trailer World 2013,
custom built in cabinets, carpet, swing down
Nissan 1985 300 ZX Turbo Looks and runs like insulated, Like New $1400. FIRM 334-441-7884
new. This car has been WELL MAINTAINED and OR 334-585-0180
will pass ANYTHING on the road. Removable T- Utility Trailer enclosed 7ft. wide, 7 ft. tall Dogl Shell OUt a
20x40 building for Rent inside city limits, Tops ready for summer. Heads always turn & 11ft. long, with 4 ft. drop ramp, good for I
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.m. and IT IS SUPER QUICK! Loves curves and Pth a i
sticks the corners like only a Z can. 5 speed W D TS the ClassilE s.
Vye Wtsa gr e d transmission. $6,200. For more info. 333-6510 .4,0mie$280Cl3-6-97o
11; MI N Nl Nissan 2010 Altima 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF Smart shoppers know about
e pod. Ssets 2.5S with only 27000 miles! YOUR TOWING NEEDS! the bargainshidden within
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nest Granger dwith a clean Carfax! $14,995. Call 334.445.1460 AO BODY & CYCLIN Classifieds, you can track
Toyota 2008 Scion: Gunmetal grey. Runs great! PAYG TOP DOLLAR FOR JKCARS down deals on everything
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Sell Full Tract) For details 334-7016565. e10,000 mi. but if you know Toyos, that a is
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for someone wanting a cool, SPORTY ride! used by hundreds of area
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igine, galvanized trailer- mi. leather ,nwayHpower o (850) 526-3614

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Spoyts Briefs

High School Baseball Heisman winner Winston shines on busy weekend
Tuesday- Marianna at
Graceville, 5 p.m.;
Cottondale at Holmes The Associated Press mound in three games. a much-needed two-out,
County, 6 p.m.; Sneads at The 6-foot-4, 225-pound RBI-walk in the eighth
Arnold, 6 p.m. TALLAHASSEE Flor- tvo-sport star entered in inning Sunday. Winston's
Thursday- Rutherford at ida State's Jameis Win- the eighth inning of an 8- line this week: 3 games, 0
Marianna, 6 p.m.; Malone ston racked up frequent 0 home loss to Florida on H, 3 BB, 1 RBI, O R, 0 K.
at Altha, 6 p.m.; Cottondale flier miles last weekend Tuesday and struck out IN THE FIELD: Winston
at Bethlehem, 6 p.m. traveling back and forth Richie Martin for the final entered left field in the
Friday- Bethlehem at between a baseball series out of the inning. Winston seventh inning Friday and
Graceville, 6 p.m.; Lin- at Georgia Tech and the then worked a 1-2-3 ninth caught an Arden Pabst fly
coln at Marianna, 6 p.m.; Seminoles' football spring inning. He returned to the ball for the first out of the
Sneads at Godby, 5 p.m. game Saturday. The Heis- mound in the ninth in- inning. He entered left
man winner traveled to ning of a 5-4 win against field in the eighth inning
High School Softball Atlanta and played Friday, Georgia Tech Sunday and Sunday, but did not record
flew back Saturday morn- earned his fifth save of the an out.
District tournaments ing and played in the af- season. Winston gave up HIGHLIGHT: Winston's
begin thisweek, with West ternoon spring game be- a leadoff single before a fingerprints were all over
Florida hosting the District fore flying back to Atlanta pitch-out caught the run- Sunday's win that kept
1-4A tournament, that evening. ner stealing. He struck the Seminoles from go-
Wewahitchka hosting the Winston threw for. 396 out the next batter then ing winless last week. His
District 2-1A tournament, yardsSaturdaytoconclude walked Brandon Gold two-out, RBI walk scored
and Central hosting the spring football and helped with two outs. Winston got THEASSOCIATEDPRESS the first run of the eighth
District 1-1A tournament. the Seminoles avoid be- the next batter to fly out to Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston looks for a inning and allowed Josh
Marianna will play its ing swept on the baseball left field to end the game. receiver as he scrambles in the spring game on Saturday in Delph to follow with a
semifinal game at home field with his fifth save of Winston's pitching line for Tallahassee. game-winning, two-RBI
Tuesday against Walton, the season Sunday. the week: 2.1 innings, 1 H, games. He started as the 5-3 loss to Georgia Tech single in the next at-
with the winner to face A look at how the 20- 0 R, 0 ER, 2 K, 1 BB, 8 bat- designated hitter Tuesday on Friday to play left field bat. Winston then shut
the winner of Tuesday's year-old sophomore fared ters faced, and was 0 for 2, but walked in the seventh inning and Georgia Tech down from
Pensacola last week: AT THE PLATE: Winston twice and reached base on popped out in his lone the mound in the ninth
Catholic vs. West Florida IN RELIEF: He made went 0 for 3 last week with a fielder's choice and an at-bat of the game in the inning despite giving up a
game in Thursday's two appearances on the plate appearances in three error. Winston entered the eighth inning. He earned single and a walk.
title game at 6 p.m. in
Malone was scheduled 1,
to go to Milton on Mon- St eak
dseminals ames alcomig From Page 1B Pistorius accused of 49ers' Culliver pleads not
Tuesday and the An RBI double by Jones ta n outbursts atral guilty to hit- n rge
championship game and an RBI single by Cottle staging outbur t al charges
Thursday at 6 p.m. put Chipola backup 3-2 in
In District 2-1A, the second, with Pensac- The Associated Press said the athlete was fran- The Associated Press The San Jose Mercury
Tuesday's semifinals will ola State rallying back in tically trying to shore up a News reports (http:/ /bit.
have top-seeded Sneads vs. front with a four-run fifth PRETORIA, South Africa fabricated story. SAN JOSE, Calif. San ly/ IhBHB6y) that he en-
the winner of Cottondale that featured RBI singles Oscar Pistorius came "You're getting frustrat- Francisco 49ers cor- tered his plea on Friday
vs..Blountstown at 4 p.m., by Peters, Palacios, and under intense pressure ed because your version nerback Chris Culliver in Santa Clara County
followed by the winners of Bradford to make it 6-4. Monday at his murder is improbable," Nel said, has pleaded not guilty Superior Court.
Wewahitchka vs. Altha and But Harrison struck trial from the chief pros- standing at a lectern and to misdemeanor hit- In 2013, Culliver cre-
Vernon vs. Graceville again in the sixth with a ecutor, who dismissed gesturing with his spec- a nd run ated controversy by ex-
playing at 6 p.m. two-run shot to left field his account of how he tacles in his right hand. char ges pressing anti-gay senti-
The championship game for her 21"' homer of the killed girlfriend Reeva "You're not using your and felony ments in the lead-up to
will be Thursday at 6 p.m. season, with Dareus fol- Steenkamp as a flimsy emotional state as an es- possession the Super Bowl.
lowing with her 12th long web of lies and accused cape, are you?" of brass He has since under-
Chipola Baseball ball of the season to put the Olympian of staging Pistorius said he wasn't knuckles. gone sensitivity training
Chipolawillhostfinish the Lady Indians up 7-6. emotional outbursts to in a "rational frame of Culliver and done outreachwork
theweek outwithanother Pensacola State came mask difficulty in answer- mind" at the time of the was ar- with an organization
home gameSaturday against right back in the bot- ing a barrage of probing shooting in his home in rested on that supports lesbian,
Pensacola State at 1 p.m. tom of the seventh with questions.' the early hours of Feb. Culiver March 28 gay, bisexual and trans-
singles by Kayli Evens and His voice quavering at 14, 2013, suggesting he after San Jose police say gender youth.
Chipola Softball Royce Smith bookending times, Pistorius struggled was therefore unable to he struck a bicyclist, His case is among
a Chipola error to load the to explain alleged incon- remember some things then rammed a wit- a string of recent
The Lady Indians will go bases with one out. sistencies in his testimony about that night or ex- ness' vehicle that was legal problems for 49ers
on the road Wednesday for Chipola reliever and broke down sobbing plain some of his actions, blocking him from players, including the
games against Tallahassee Rosanne de Vries struck on two occasions, forc- such as rushing around leaving until officers arrest Sunday of line-
at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m., and out Kayla Rosario for the ing Judge Thokozile Ma- with a cocked gun after he arrived backer Aldon Smith.
finishing the week with second out, but Dixon fol- sipa to temporarily halt killed Steenkamp.
a non-conference road lowed with a two-RBI sin- proceedings. The cross-examination, ---
matchup with Santa Fe at gle to score Evens for the Prosecutor Gerrie Nel which resumes for a fifth
noon and 2 p.m. tying run and Bradford for was sometimes quick to day Tuesday, is at a pivotal ps Grand Ridge finished
the winning run. acknowledge Pistorius' stage in a trial watched am the season 13-2 and on a
8U Travel Baseball Peters, Bradford, and distress possibly to al- on television around the From Page 1 10-game win streak, with
Evens all had two hits low him time to recover world by viewers who had each of the losses coming
For inforination about each to lead Pensacola, and avoid any defense ar- admired the double-am- They did such a great by a single run to Mari-
joining an 8U travel with Hathcoat's three hits gument that he is not get- putee runner for his track job," Indians coach Bruce anna and Roulhac.
baseball team, con- leading the Lady Indians, ting a fair trial but also achievements. Hubbs said. "We got down "It was a great season,
tact Matt Jones at who fell to 9-11 in Pan- early, but they battled the best one we've ever
850-693-4284. handle Conference play back and didn't give up. had," Hubbs said. "We've
with the loss.ndians walk and error. It was a crazy game. You got a bunch of eighth
Marianna Booster Pensacola State in- in ianS That drew a pitching don't ever have a triple graders who really did a
Club Golf Tournament proved to 6-16. change for Chipola, with play in your whole sea- great job and should help
Thomore Mars Ge From Page 1B Betts coming on and get- son and then to finish the the high school next year.
The Marianna Booster ting Dillon Jayne to fly out season like that? I wish I I was real proud of the
Club will hold a golf which he allowed just and striking out Cole John- could say we practiced it, coaches and the players."
tournament April26 at O zone two earned runs on five son for the second out. but it just worked out for The players were Josh
an 8 a.m. shotgun start From Page hits and three walks with But a walk to Johnny us. The kids played real Baxley, Dylan Catalfa-
S. h w three strikeouts. Blue Craig ended Betts' hard and I was very proud mo, Turner Gainer, Jalen
featuringathree-game inning when Pittman led Will Thompson took night. of them." Kenner, Joseph Lollie,
scramble format and prizes off with a double, stole the loss for TCC, allow- Merrigan and Danny Turner Gainer started Lockwood Photo, Caleb
for top three finishers and third and scored on a ing two earned runs on Mars each had two hits on the mound and got the Peel, Matt Thomas, Mi-
closest to the pin and double by Beach, ending four hits, two walks, and for Chipola, with Givens win for Grand Ridge, giv- chael Weeks, Mack Dan-
longest drive, the game on the mercy four strikeouts in four and Rice each leading the ing up three runs in five ford, Dylan Driggers, Jay
Cost is $65 per player rule. innings, way with two RBI. innings before giving way Hayes, River Clark, and
with hamburger and On Tuesday, the Lions The Indians struck first Dicks was 3-for-4 with to Baxley, who pitched Jace Porter.
hotdog lunch provided, took a 12-4 win over the with a two-run home run two runs and an RBI for the sixth inning before Joe Taylor and Mitchell
For more Sneads Gold behind the off Thompson by Ian Rice TCC, while Nieporte was being relieved by Drig- Porter helped coach the
information, contact Rex pitching of Brady Don- in the first inning, with 2-for-4 with an RBI. gers in the seventh, team with Hubbs.
Torbett at 850-573-0247
Torbett at 850-573-0247 aldson, Carey Griffin and Dicks answering with a
or Brian/Larry McKeithan Caleb Torbett. solo shot for the Eagles in SNEADS TOWN COUNCIL SPEAKS ON
at Caverns Golf Course at Donaldson got the the bottom of the third. THE SCHOOL B S ES TAX
ad850-482-4257. severanod on the mound and But Chipola came up THE SCHOOL BOARD'S SALES TAX
picked up his first win with two more long balls The members of the Sneads Town Council were uncomfortable with the thought of passing a Resolution in
Wild Game Dinner of the season, going two in the top of the sixth a support of the sales tax because they felt that was not their responsibility to tell people how to vote.
The First Jackson County innings and giving up no solo homer by Josh Mer- However, that does not mean they are not in favor of it on a personal level.
Football Wild Game runs on two walks and rigan and a two-run shot What they would like to do is pass the word with regard to the facts and those are:
Dinner will be held May24 one hit while striking out by Bert Givens to in- 1) This is NOT a new is just a continuance of what we have been paying since 1995.
following the 4 p.m. spring three. crease the margin to 5-1. 2) This is a fair tax....everyone pays it, including those who visit our area.
football jamboree at Carey Griffin came on An RBI single by Quin- 3) This tax has enabled the School District to refrain from having to increase the property taxes.
Bulldog Stadium in for an inning and 2/3, cy Nieporte scored Dicks 4) This money has been and will continue to be used for capital improvements and technology for our schools.
Marianna featuring the givingupthreeunearned to get a run back for TCC Based on these facts we believe that people will vote appropriately....
Cottondale Hornets, runs on five walks and in the eighth, and the voting YES means you want this tax to continue.
Sneads Pirates, Graceville two costly errors before Eagles started the ninth The ballotsare being mailed April 16~h.
Toigers, and the Marianna being relieved by Tor- by getting their first two Please be sure to vote and return the ballot to the Supervisor of Elections
Bulldogs. bett who closed out the base-runners on via office via mail or drop it off on or before May 6th.
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