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Jackson County Floridan

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

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
30.776389 x -85.238056

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Jackson County Floridan. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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Three tornadoes touch down Wednesday morning
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER apparently undamaged. Trees tornadoes Wednesday after-
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com a D dsa
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com were knocked down and roads noon as he wrapped up an all-
went underwater all across the night vigil over the storm. .
Three tornadoes touched county during the storm, which One of the tornadoes touched
down in the Campbellton- lingered for hours. down near Cecil Road, not far
Graceville areas of Jackson No injuries were reported in, from the intersection of County
County early Wednesday morn- the incident. Road 162 and U.S. 231, south of
ing, destroying one unoccupied The rental destroyed on Tri- Campbellton.
rental house, as well as a guest County Road was a oodframe T hat's where the stilt house
'house on stilts. Two occupied house.The moderatelydamaged was located, a nd where a car
homes were moderately dam- occupied homes were brick. The was lifted from one location to
aged, and two cars were. swrept guest house on stilts was made another. The occupied home as-
from one location to another of wood. sociated with that property suf-
in the yards of both of those. Jackson County Emergency fered some damage to its siding KRISTIECLOUD /FLORIDAN
One vehicle was smashed, but Management Director Rodney Cassie Lentzch stands atop one ofthe many fallen trees on Cecil Road
the other landed upright and is Andreasen confirmed the three See STORM, Page 4A Wednesday.





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This wide angle view shows the debris scattered across the proprty of Kern and Kim Clark on ednesday at their home near Campbeliton. Only a couch remains where their guest house


Couple's guest home destroyed in storm

BY DEBRAH BUCKHALTER damage to their house, Kim
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
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bed. She didn't really go back
An old hunting cabin built by to sleep because it had been an
former Florida Gov. Wayne Mix- unsettling experience. Her hus-
son was destroyed in one of the band went outside to investigate
tornadoes that touched down in what might have happened out-
Jackson County earlyWednesday side when the first hint of light
morning hit the sky.
Some years after he built the He came back in, called out to
wooden cabin on stilts, Mixson his wife, who was still awake.
sold the property it occupied to "You're not going to believe
Glen Clark, who kept using it as what' has happened to us," he
a hunting cabin. When his son, said. "Come look at the car."
Kern Clark, eventually took pos- She said she didn't eel like
session of the grounds, he and walking all the way in the rain
wife Kim turned it into a guest to. th polebarn where they kept
house for friends who visited their 1995 Toyota sheltered about
their home from time to time. 250 yards away. "No, just open
The two were. grateful they the front door," he told her.
didn't have any visitors tucked S a- he did. The-car was about10
away in the cabin at 4555 Mine- feet from the house, lifted and
ola Road onWednesday carried there by tornado winds.
Around 2:30 a.m. that morn- Broken glass, insulation, plastic utensils and wallframing are strewn across the yard of Kern and Kim Clark It didn't appear to be damaged.
ing, an alarm went off on one Wednesday after severe storms produced a tornado near their home in Campbellton. "It looked like someinbodyhadjust
of Kim Clark's phone apps. She re-parked it," Kim Clarksaid."My'
sat upright in bed when she She woke her husband, they closet with some blankets. flickered, and then the storm husband ciankedit up and it ran
heard the words "seek shelter called in their 155-pound dog, Moments after they crowded Was gone.
immediately." and the three headed into a in, the house shook, the power With little or no apparent See DESTROY, Page 5A


Local schools closed today due to storm aftermath
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER water and many are closed entirely or in students lose a day in their state testing underway right nowin the upper grades.
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com -sections. schedules. Those include Algebra I, biology, civics,
"The rain is supposed to be moving out, AndGolsonElementarylosttwobecause U.S. history and geometry. Younger chil-
Jackson County Suiperintendent of but we've got a lot of messy roads and so many.were out on Wednesday that the dren in K-2 grades are taking their Stan-
Schools Steve Benton said he hopes that there's no way the road department can school had to cancel the tests forthe day ford 10s.
Thursday will be the oily day he has to keep up right now," Benton said. "I'm just But Director of Student Services Shirl "We still have some folks who are test-
close schools this week in the wake of a hoping that they'll have dried out enough Williams said there are plenty of testing ing, and they have until May 16th on the
storm that drenched and damaged many by Friday that we can be open," Benton days left and that students should have no regular schedule, and thenwe have make-
of the dirt roads that school buses travel. said. problem finishing those on time. up days May 27 through June"2," Williams
It also put several paved roads under- Thursday's closure means that many There are five end-of-year exams said.

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ACKSON COUNTY CoRnunity Calendar

F L O R ID A N TODAY seminar by Jeanhie Retherford Modern Marketing Fourth Annual Junior Flower Pot Project 9
: Tdap vaccine to be given to sixth-grade Madness" from 9:30-11:30 a.m. The cost is $15.(cash a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m. at Covenant Hospice, 4215
Publisher -Valeria Roberts students Malone School. Free of charge. Must or check only) at the door or register online at www. Kelson Ave. Suite E, Marianna. For children ages 5-14
vroberts@jcfloridan.com ave letters (which were sent home by the school) northfloridabiz.com years of age. Flower pots will be displayed as silent
completed, signed and returned to school in order for Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at the Jackson auction items at the ninth Annual Garden Gala on
Circulation Manager -DenaOberski students to be able to receive shots. County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and June 4. For more info call 482-8520.
Sdoberski@jcfloridan.com 63rd National Day of Prayer 7a.m. Marianna experienced handcrafters welcome to create, share, a Chattahoochee Kids to Parks Event 9 a.m.
First United Methodist Church, Wesley CenterBreak- learn or teach favorite projects. Call482-963. tonoon EST U.ArmyCorpsofEngineer Woodruff
CONTACT US fast will be served at 6:30 a.m. Keynote speaker: Andy ) Annual Spring Yard Sale noon to 5p.m. St. Seminole site Chattahoochee Park (ooster Club),
Telephone: 850-526-3614 McMullian, State of Florida Division of Retirement Luke's Episcopal Church. Furniture, clothing, books, 236'Booster.Club Road, Bainbridge, Ga. (Located at
FAX: 850-482-4478 Director for many years who was originally from household goods, toy and baby items for sale. Baked two miles from U.S. 90 in Chattahoochee. Buddy
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com Dellwood Community and a Marianna High.School goods also available for sale. Beaver Fun Run featuring Buddy Beaverthe Safety
StreetAddress: graduate. Community invited. Chess Club 6-8 p.m. First United Methodist Blay of Native Aeians atacing ther dan re
Tdap vaccine to be given to sixth-grade Madness" from 9:30-11:30 a. The cost is $15(cadisplay of Native American artifacts and many. more, 4215




4403 Constitution Lane Homecooked breakfast 8:30 a.m. Senior Cen- Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by things. Free with lots of prizes. If you are interested in
Marianna FL 32448 ter, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Seniors welcome. Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8 settin a booth call 229-662-2001
Office Hours: International Chat n' Sip -o 80-10 a.mn at the -18 years of age in Jackpon nt the Jllakson au oncerne at th nicanth Annal Garn Gaa on
Circulation Manager Den a Oberski students to be able to receive shots. County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and Juskill levels Conee d American Patriots of Jackson




Weekdays, 8 a.m.to 5 p.m. Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in including beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473. County Observe National Day of Prayer- noon at
@Marianna.j m Learning Centaaer sf and tirhan ers iewelcome t ca, sa the gazebo in Confederate Park downtown Marianna.
MISS YOUR PAPER? national English learners invite the public for the Relay for Life Kckoff -6 p.m. Citizens Lodge Come and pray for our nation.
exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed Park in Marianna. Registration for cancer survivors
You should receiveyour newspaper no later environment. Light refreshments served. No charge. 5:30 p.m. Activities, music and fun for all ages. Music ) Shady Grove Cemetery Association Community
than 6a.m. If it does not arrive call Circula- Call 482-9124. by disc Jockey Michael Caughran, Christian rock band Wide Fish Fry 4-6 p.m.at Shady Grove Methodist
tion between 6a.m. and noon Tuesday to St..A Anne Thrift Store 9a.m. to p.m. St. Anne's ri perfring ad al nn to p.m.d ll se o e iChtthoochee Park (ste Club
Friday, and 7 a.0. tol4 a.m. on Sunday. The Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., Marianna. Welcome Brannon performing.uminary ceremony at 92p.m. for the S Go ve eeinitea. oc ed
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) donations: house hold itemsclothing and jewelry. f Celebrate Recovery -7 p.m.at Evangel Worship foa two mes rov in Ce hattah hee.
is published Tuesday through Friday and Proceeds go to help less fortunate. Call482-3734. Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in M arianna. Adultd 2014 Jackson County Pageant -$5 at 6tp.m.
Emai: editoria@jcfloridancom Dellwod Community and a Marianna HighSchool goods also available for sale. Beaver Fun Runand teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and Marianna High School Auditorium. A new Little Miss,afety






Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid ChipolatC 9C b Maeting -heoo t The Oaks hang-ups Dinner: 6 pm. Child care available. Call Junior Miss and Miss Jackson County will be crowhed.
is the local community, "Community, Children & 209-7856,573-1131.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Character." Call 526-3142. ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 SUNDAY, MAY 4
e d ele e: gMarianna Kiwans Club Meetng Noon atJim's im in the A room of First United Methodist Church s 56th Annual Bailey Reunion -12:30 p.m. Mag-
ori F $.23 pr month; t Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St. Marianna. Call 2901Caledonia St. in Marianna. nolia Baptist Church. All friends and family2invited.
for three months; $62.05 for six months; 4822290 Al c Any mo
and$123.45forone ar rs n Project Graduation Spaghetti Dinner and A A A 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist
applicable state and local taxes. Mail Spring Band Concert 4-6 p.m. Marianna High Pancake and Sausage Breakfast 7-10:30 a.m. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail School Cafeteria. $6 per plate. Must see senior for at Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, Blountstown. $5
subscriptions are: $46.12for three months; tickets. Dine-in or caryout. Concert will begin at 6:30. donations per adult (12 and younger) $3 for chil dren M DA MA
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Build a Better Salad Simple & Slimming 5:30- 5 to 11 children younger 5 free. Will be serving M AYAY
year. 7:30 p.m. Jackson County Extension Service, 2741 pancakes, sausage, coffee, milk and orange juice. For ) Jackson County School District Preschool and
Penn Ave., Marianna. Create salads using easy-to-find more info call 674-2777. Early Head Start Registration 1-3 p.m. Graceville
All subscriptions to the Jackson County inexpensive ingredients. Instruction, food demonstra- Master's Gardener's Workshop "Sustainability" Elementary School. Preschool Registration is for
Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving tion, hands on prepaation. Pre-registration required. -8 a.. to 2 prm. at the Jackson County Extension children who are three or four years old on or before
iay, ad 7 hi.c toe a.m on Sunday. The Cost $15 perpersonincludes sample foods, materials Service, 274lPenn Ave. Marianna.y ost is $15 which September 1. Bring child's birth certificate, social
ay or which there is a premium charge. and recipes. Payment required to complete registra- includes lunch. Pre-registration required by May 1. security card and proof of all family income to regis-
ADVERTISING tion. To register call 482-9620. Call 482-9620 for more info or to register. Those tration. Packets are available at school sites or Early
Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting 5:30 prepaying will receive an extra door prize ticket. Childhood ProgramsOffice. Bring formsto registra-
Theadvertiseragreesthatthepublisher 7:30 pm.at Jackson County Extension Service, 2741 Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting tion. Call 482-1266 if ou have any questions.
shallnot be liable for damages arising Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meetings are fourth in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 5th Jackson County School District Preschool
out of errors and advertisements beyond Mondays; other Mondays arefor projects, lessons 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. noi and Early HeadStart Registrationd fami--3 p.invi.at
the amount paid for the space actually and help. All quilters welcome. Call 573-5434. Annual Spring Yard Sale -8 a.m.to 2p.m. St the Early Head Start Center in Marianna. Preschool
occupied by that portion of the advertise- ProjVFW& Lades Auxil ary Meetingner6 p.m. at Luke's Episcopal Church. Furniture, clothing, books, RegMAY 3 istration in Afor children who are three or fourdist
ments in whicable stathe error occurred, whether 2830 Wynn St., Marianna. Covered-dish supper fol- household goods, toy and baby items for sale. Baked kfast 7-1030 a.m. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Mariannaar
sucherroriptions must be panegligence ofthe lowed by a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call372-2500. goods also available for sale. ment, Bountston fown. $5
publisher's employees or otherwise; and Chipola College 2014 Commencement Cer- Jon Hands per adult (12 and .m.tounger) $4p.m. at McDaniel's' Early Childhood Center only for Early Head Start).
there shall be not liability for non-inser- emony 7p.m. Dothan Civic Center The ceremony Grocery in Sneads. Woodmen of the World Chapter Bring child's birth certificate, socialsecurity card and
tion of any advertisement beyond the will be broadcast live on the web at www.ustream. 65 and Chipola Ministries will join hand to collect non- proof of all family income to registration: Packets are
amount paid for such advertisement. This tv/channel/chipolacollege perishable food for the needy in Jackson County available at school sites or Early Childhood Programs
newspaper will not knowingly accept or Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8-9 ) 13th Annual Quilt Show-9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Office. Bring forms to registration.
publish illegal material of any kind.Advertis- p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, 17869 NW Pioneer a Jackson County School District Preschool and
ing which expresses preference basedon StAve., Ma rianna. Create anna,nsaladsthe AAroom. Settement Road, Blountstown. Admission donation. Head Start Registration 1-3 p.m. Graceville
All subicprons to the Jackson County inexpensive ingredients. InstructiOn, food demonstm- ) Master'sGardener's Workshop"Sustainability" ElementarySchool. Preschool Registration is for
















Floridan include deliv pery onal Tharacterinksgiving ticstion, hands on preparation. Pre-registration required. 8 a.m. to 2 ppraisalsat avaithe Jabl.ckson County il be Chinese Ridgen wScho areschool Regstration ison or bfchildren
e p po FRIDAY, MAY 2 auction, Fat Quarters and Fabrics and a quilt block who are three or four years old on or before Septem-
not acceptable. is a premium charge. Ct $15 per person includes sample foods, materials conService, 2741Penn Avwill be Marianna. Cost is $15 which Septemyou ber 1. Bring child's birth certificate, social security
and recipest ayment required to complete registra- inloud ike to enter your quilt or block call 67412777 or ity card and proof of all family income strategis-
HOW TO GET tion. culture Center2741Penn Ave., Marianna. Featured 482-9620bring it to the Settlement between noon and 4p.m. Packets are ava ilable at school sites or Early C
SJaNEWS PUBLISHEDCounty Quilters Guild Meeting- 5:30- prea onaying wilbefore the show. Fextra door prize info call 674-2777. hood Programs Office. Bring formsto registration.
The advertiser agrees that thewi publisher 7:30 p.m. aThe submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Subit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL32447
news not generalintere free o carge. Penn Ave., Marianna. Busin email edtorial@jfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Costitution Lane in Marianna.
Submit your news or Community Calendarprojects, lessons 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna, and Early Head Start Registration 1-3 p.m.
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. the Early Head Start Center in Marianna Preschool
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement; POliCe ROundup

Forms are available at the Floridan offices MARIANNA POLICE The'Jackson County Sheriff's assist other agency, 6ne public Jorge Rodrlguez-Figueredo,
Photographs must be of good quality and DEPARTMENT Office reported the following service call, one welfare check, 51, 4701 NE Eighth Court,
ments in whic the error occurred, whether 283he Marianna Police De- supper fol- househoApril 29, theoy a one patrol request. Baked years old on or beforeavis Smith, 31, 2503
such error i s due to t he negligence of the lowed by partment listed the following. Call 372-2500. 'latest available Carpenter Cemetery Road,
GETTING IT RIGHT incidents for April 29, the latest reportOne JACKSON COUNTY Grand or befor dge, possession of
The Jackson County Floridan's policy available report: Two accidents Cer- hospice death, CORRECTIONAL FACILITY crack cocaine with intent to
is to correct mistakes promptly To with no injuries, one suspicious nter, Th ceremony Grtwo abandoned Woodmen of the World Chapter Bring ch distribute, tampercurg with evi-
report an error please call 526-3614 incident reported, one suspi-web at www, vehicles, three suspicious vehi- The following persons were dence, resisting arrest without
Monday-Friday for cious person advertisment.reported, one cles, three suspicious persons, booked into the county jail violence and violation of state
newspaper w not knowingly accept or highway obstruction, one phys- one arrest on special detail, during the latest reporting probation .
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- d.m., Firsturbance call, one verbal two highway obstructions, one periods: Anthony Fielder, 35, 3041
disturbance call, four traffic burglary, one physical distur- )) Michael Beltran, 25, 3055 Hunter Fish Camp Road, Marl-
stops, one follow-up investiga- bance, one verbal disturbance, Blynn Rotd (Apt C-90), Dothan, anna, hold for Calhoun County.
tioning which exonepresses preroertycheckfereneone 11 medical calls,one traffic AL, failure to appear.
legally protected personal characteristics ispublic service call, two harass- crauctionsh, five burglar alarms, one Fabricsle Lews, 29, 3318 Saw ar Jal Populaton: 198
not aepament/threat complaints and fire alarm, 11 traffic stops, one aTooth Dr., Tallahassee, sen-
m ^^Iseven home security checks. larceny complaint, one civil tenced to 25 day in the Jack- To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
Thedispute, one trespass corn- sons County jail. at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
eventsJACKSON COUNTY plaint, two follmailow-up investiga- Brandy Whtaker, 32,1973 agency
SHERIFF'S OFFICE tions, one juvenile complaint, Dove Rest Dr. (Unit 4), Mari- To report a wildlifeviolation, call 2503-888-
right to edit AN.COns, partment listed the following 25 property checks, two call to anna, grand theft auto. 404-FWCC (3922) ,
is to correct mistakespromptly. To with no injuries, one suspicious two abandoned distribute, tampering with evi-






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SUNNY'S CORNER BOUTIQUE ARMED FORCES DAY

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T he administration of Sunland Center and the Jackson County.
Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at Sunland on
April 24, for the grand re-opening of Sunland's "Sunny's Corner
Boutique and Gift Shop," a specialty gift shop located in the Center's SUBMITTEDPHOTO
Suntown Mall. Residents and staff now have another shopping venue Toin us for a free train ride May 17, Veterans Memorial Railroad
in the newly re-opened store. An excellent shopping experience starts will have a special "Free Train Ride Day" for everyone on Armed
with great customer service, along with an abundant selection and J Forces Day to honor all military personnel (active or retired),
wide variety of merchandise. The new store carries anexciting array veterans and their families from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. E.T. All activities
of clothing, purses, costume jewelry, wallets and other unique gift are free to the public but donations are appreciated. Also, for your
items. The management of Sunny's Corner Boutique and Gift Shop is enjoyment there will be a walking trail, picnic pavilions, railroad ca-
proud of the store's new design, inviting atmosphere, great product boose that you can enter, playground and an air-conditioned depot
quality, and remains committed to continuing great customer service with a train table full of trains for young children to play with. For
for the Sunland residents and staff. Congratulations Sunland on a job more information: VeteransMemorialRailroad.org, YouTube.com/
well done. VeteransRailroad or call 643-6646 or 643-5491.

DANCE LINE AND BCF Teacher Education Division hosts Education Symposium
The Teacher Education situations that teachers
AUXILIARY CHOSEN Division at the Baptist Col- face in the classroom.
lege ofFloridain Graceville Lambeth.shared informa-
hosted its second Educa- tion about current and
tion Symposium on Tues- past unethical situations
day, April 22, in the R.C. that teachers and admin-
Mills Center on campus. istrators have engaged in
This semester's sympo- and how those situations
sium provided an oppor- could have been handled
tunity for BCF students, in an ethical way. After the
as well as local teachers presentation; the partici-
and administrators, to ob- pants attending the sym-
tain professional develop- posium broke into groups
ment in the area of ethic and were given case stud- SUBMITTEDPHOTO
and professionalism. The ies to evaluate in consider- Baptist College of Florida Elementary Education majors
seminar also afforded an ation of the Code ofEthics Melissa Laxton and Anna Desgalier wore their new BF
SUBMTTpportunity for education of the Education Profes Teacher Education Division shirts at the symposium.
he 2014 Marianna High Pride Dance majors to dialogue with sion in Florida and the watches, pocket charts, Education Division chair
line was recently chosen for the up- teachers already working Principles of Professional bulletin board supplies, SusanWegmann hopes to
Sin the school system. Conduct for the Education and other school supply continue hosting a sym-
The Education Sympo- Profession in Florida. goodies. posium every semester
ladies are very eager to get the new year un- siumfeaturedspecialguest Guests attending the late Excitedly to note was stating, "We hope to do
der way and to prepare entertaining dances presenter, Marian W. Lam- afternoon event enjoyed a that in the fall, BCF hosted them each semester and
and routines during the Pride's halftime show. beth, chief of professional light meal of potato soup, its first Education Sym- bring in quality people to
practices services for the chicken salad, vegetables, posium with 25 people in provide opportunities for
Front row: Grace Wester, (Danceline Captain) Florida Department of Ed- fruit and cookies. 'Door attendance. The number learning."
and Melissa Garcia; second row: Nakia Don- ucation Office of Profes- prizes were awarded,- almost doubled at the For more information
sional Practices Services. which included everything spring symposium with 43 about BCF and the Teach-
aid, Briana McKeen, Hannah Barfield, Britta- Lambeth's presentation from sticker sets and 2014 in attendance, including 7 er Education Division, call
ny Dunaway, Marissa Lane, Haley Robertson, focused on the subject Newberry and Caldecott local teachers and one ad- 800.328.2660, ext. 460, or
Natalie Cornwell; third row: Binny Gocool, of ethical behaviqrs and winning books, to stop ministrator. BCF Teacher www.baptistcollege.edu.
Mary Pervinich, Sohami Bhakta, Karissa Mer-
cer, Kayla McDonald, Carlee Wilson, Kayleigh THE REV. WADDELL HONORED Make her DAY
Temples, Olivia Wester, Natalee Milton; fourth ACTIONS
row: Katie Everett, Ciera Williams (Color FOR EROIC ACTIONS Mararita stle earrings
Guard Captain), Kiera Garrett, Kacie Farlin, A halo of diamonds
Emma Smith, Priscilla Finch and Kanausha teve Benton,
Oliver. superinten-
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SHigh School's Project Graduation on
May 16 at 6 p.m. The partywill be held at New
Hope Baptist Church, 4028 Lafayette St. in
Marianna and the cost is $40 per person. To
reserve your spot, call Kim Welch 573-4774 or
ToriWillis 573-6235. Check out the varieties
this painting was done in on Southern Strokes
Facebook page.

Commencement moved
The Chipola College under renovation.
2014 Commencement College officials moved
Ceremony has been the ceremony to the Do-
moved to the Dothan Civ- than Civic Center to allow
ic Center on Thursday at 7 graduates to invite an un-
p.m. The address is 126 St. limited number of guests
Andrews Street, Dothan, tosharethe event. BEN SAUNDERs, D.M.D.
Alabama. The ceremony will be PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
The ChipolaHealth Cen- broadcast live on the 4711 Highway 90 East Marianna, FL
ter, where the ceremony is web at www.ustream.tv/ (Between Burger King &ig Lots) 526 PIT
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James & Sikes income by cooking and
Funeral Home cleaning for "boarders" to
Maddox Chapel whom Julia's family rented
4278 Lafayette Street rooms. Even as a child, Ju-
Marianna, Fl 32446 lia was known for her com-
850.482.2332 passion for all living things
http://www.jamesand and a truly sweet and giv-
sikesfuneralhomes.com/ ing disposition.
After graduating from
~Michael high school, Julia attended
and graduated from Roa- v
Wallace Haile noke Business College a Z
feat which was not as com-
Michael \Wallace LHaile, mon for women then as A..
66, of Marianna, FL, went college graduation is now.
home to be with the Lord After graduation, Julia lived ":.
on April, 29th, 2014. and worked in Washington,
Mike was born in Mem- D.C., and Corpus Christi, "
phis, Tennessee on April Texas, until World War II
ended when she married a
9th, 1948. He graduated ended when she married a
from Delta State University young Navy pilot named AI HOP AI P I(HAI-FER/I ORIDAN
in 1970. Ed H u olmes, to whom she Although sections of Corbin Road near Cottondale were underwater Wednesday morning, a few motorists were able to drive
Mike was beloved by his remained married for 54 through safely.
family and friends and will years until his death in t
be deeply missed. He was a 2004. Julia and Ed ulti-
wonderful father and de- nmately settled in Marianna,
voted family man. lie is FL, where they raised their From Page lA
preceded in death by his two children, Dianne and
wife of 38 years, Constance Donald, and where Julia but was otherwise intact.
Wilson Haile, his mother, was employed with what See more on that inci-
Mary Wieczorek, and step- was then known as the See more on that ici
father, Stanley Wieczorek. West Florida Telephone dent in an accompanying
He is survived by one Company for over 23 years, Story.
son, Jeremy Haile (wife Ste- and Ed worked as a flight Another touched
son, ie);remy Haileughters, instructor at Graham Air down near Christ-
Sunny Haile Heinrichs Force Base until its closure mas Tree Road east of
(husband Trent) and when he found employ- Campbellton.
Courtney Haile Bass (hus- ment as a pilot with the The path of the storm
band Dylan); five grand- State of Florida. was easy see; trees
children, Jacob Haile, Josh- While Julia worked out-
ua Haile, and Sara Claire side the home to provide were knocked down or
Haile and twins, Stephen needed income to help snapped off midway as it
and Grace Heinrichs. He is support her family, the best tore its way through the
also survived by his wife, work she performed was in woods.
Ann Christine Haile; two the home where she was The third hit south of
stepchildren, Chantel the proverbial glue that Graceville near State KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN
Hormuth (husband Jeff), kept her family together Road 77 and Tri-County Broken trees stand east of Campbellton on Wednesday along U.S. 2. A tornado came through
and Sarah Escala; and four and where she placed the Road. the area Tuesday night taking the tops out of the trees in its path.
step-grandchildren, Fisher interest of every member of That's the one that de-
Hormuth, Eli Graham, her family above her own. stroyed the unoccupied
Sirela Escala and Tyler She never lost the genuine rental and tore the roof -
Clark. compassion that she held off and occpied brick
Mike was an active mem- as a child for all living offme in thccupied bricknity.
ber of Rivertown Commun- things, or the sweet and holae in the vicinity.
ity Church, where he took giving disposition that A car at that location
great oy in participating made her a valued friend to was also smashed in
his small group. Mike those who knew her and a the storm, according to
worked in the automotive pleasant and positive expe- Andreasen.
industry for over 30 years rience to those with whom Andreasen said Gov.
and was most recently a she came into contact. Rick Scott issued an
and emergency a deecl a
valued Finance and.Insur- Julia.was a devoted and emergency declara-
ance executive for Zurich teadfast u other, wife, t tion for the state mid-
North Ainerica. ter, daughter and friend to
The service, officiated by those in her life. She morning Wednesday,
Pastor Paul Smith at served in all of these roles making it possible now
10:00am Friday, May 2nd, in a manner that would be for the cotinty to seek

will be at Rivertown Con- hard to equal. reimburse for the RISTCLOUDFORIDAN
munity Church 4534 Lafay- Juli was preceded in cost of repairing the roads William Mcanelly stands in front of the rental property he owns at the corner of U.S. 77 and
ette Street, Marianna, FL death by her parents, Wil- damaged in this andrsome Tri-County Road in Graceville on Wednesday. The property was damaged Tuesday night. No
32446. A private burial with liam and Mary Vanno; her earlier April storms. one was in the home at the time of the storm, Mcanelly said.
the family onlywill be Fri- husband, Edward A. 'I make itself eligible
day, May 2nd, 2014, in Hlolmes; her brother, Bill for reimburseeient, the eslimated last week that
Pinecrest Memorial Gar- anno; an er siscountv has alreadv issued it would take $11 million
dens with IHtamp Andrews garet Carter. l state of to rai the riad damage D O U B LE
officiating and James and She is survived by herl sate of eerl
Sikes Funeral Home Mad- son, Don Holmes; daugh- and on tomorrow is ex- that hiad occulrred hbetfore CARPORTS
doxChapel directing Mad- ter, Dianne (Gary) Gish; pected to extend it for an- Wednlsday's storms. STARTING AT
Nopublicviewingisplan-grandchildren, Ashley other week. New estiiiales may AT
ned. Holmes, Julianne (George) County officials had have to be figutred no\\. I89NSTALLED
Flowers will be accepted Young, Justin Gish, Molly +TAX SERVING THE AREA SINCE 1978
or contributions may be Gish; great grand-son, be .! 4673 HY 90 EAST NARIANNA. FL 32446
made to Rivertown Con- Jackson Wyatt Young; and
munity Church or South- sister Elizabeth (Dominic)
east Alabama Medical Cen- Alecci. She will be greatly
ter Infusion Lab. missed.
Expressions of sympathy Funeral services will be
may be made online at http Friday, May 2, 2014 at 11 O
://www.jamesandsikesfune a.m. at James & Sikes Mad-
ralhomes.com/ dox Chapel with Rev. Dr.
Ted Land officiating. En- 81
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PHOTOS BY KRISTIE CLOUD / FLORIDAN
Kern Clark recounts the experiences of Tuesday night, when a
tornado plowed through the guest house on he and his wife's
property destroying it. .The roof of the Clark's guest house lies in a field behind their home Wednes'day in Campbellton.

gates to get to the highway, cabin apart, leaving only mer season. The storm it might be hard to re- "I look around and I'm-'
but it performed just fine." the platform it sat on and also knocked down a lot of place the cozy little guest amazed. How could all this
From Page 1A The car's condition and one brown couch behind. beloved trees on the prop- getaway. be destroyed all around us,
just fine. He drove it to get the fact that damage to The 1,000 square-foot cab- erty, including a 100-year- She said she and her hus- yet our house is still stand-
groceries. We can't get out their home was minimal in hadbeenfullyequipped, oldoak. band were feeling dismnay ing?" she said. "My hus-
of the driveway because were two pieces of news with three bedrooms and a Clark said she doesn't about their losses, butwere band built our house and
some oak trees are laying she welcomed. But the rest bathroom. The couple had know whether they'll also very thankful that, no he built it well is all I can
across it now. He had to of the story wasn't so good. just painted it in prepara- build another guest house one was hurt and that their say."



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The Associated Press
FTALr C StAHASSEE Voters

in November that c uld
shape the state Supreme
Court for years to come:& O
Bwho will be the riext gover-
nor and whether he should
pick three Supreme Court
justices in 2019 even if he
leaves office the same day
thtey're sworn in.
The Florida House voted
73-45 to place a proposed
constitutional amendment
on the ballot to give outgo-
ing governors power to ap-
point justices that would
be sworn in the day the'
gdoveurt for leaves office.
Democrats opposed the next gove-
measure, arguing thatR the
comr andg governor should
appoint justices not the
person leaving office.
The debate is important
because three justices are
expected to step down on

inauguration day 2019 be-
cause office mandatory re-
tirement age for justices.

That means if Republican
"Gov. Rick Scott is re-elect-
edThe would be able to
place three justices on:the
bench the dayp he departs
because of termnlimits.
Likewise, if a Democrat
is elected in November,
he or she would be able
to appoint the three jiUs-
tices even t f he or she loses
a 2018 re-election bid or
simply decides not to seek
a second term.
Republicans said the
matter wasn't based on
politics because no one

knows who will be elected
in November. in the day the'
"Wer have the choice es-

sentially of heads or tails.
The state constitution has
to be clarified one way or
the other," said Republican
Rep. James Grant ofTampa.
mIf we were pushing a but-
ton that put into law this
decision, I would be as Rf-
fended as you are. But we're
simply pushing abutton to
let our citizens and the vot-
ers of ourr state have a say."
SBut Rep, Jared Moskow-
itz said voters, would be
givenon leaviy one choice, and
they won't have the op-
tion to say the incoming
governor should make the
appointmlents. o
"It's not good poliday 201to be
having an outgoing person
decidingthe balance of the
court," said Moskowitz, D- A
Coral Springs, adding that
no one believes that the
outgoing governor should
appoint agency heads that
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Hundreds rescued from floodwaters in Fla., Ala.

The Associated Press got stuck.
"I was scared out of my
PENSACOLA BEACH wits. Water started coming
People were plucked off in and I wasn't sure what
rooftops or climbed into to do,' she said.
theiratticsto getawayfrom Peadenwadedher wayto
fast-rising waters when a nearby American Legion
nearly 2 feet of rain fell on post where she and:about
the Florida Panhandle and 20 other stranded travelers
Alabama coast ii the span spent the night sleeping
of about 24 hours, the lat- on tables or the floor.
est bout of severe weather The widespread flooding
that began with tornadoes was the latest wallop from
in the Midwest. a violent storm system that
On Wednesday, roads began in Arkansas and
were chewed up into Oklahoma and worked its
pieces or wiped out en- way South, killing 37 peo-
tirely and neighborhoods ple along the way, includ-
were inundated, making reor cuit ing a 67-year-old driver in
rescues difficult for hun- Florida.
dreds of people who called I Pensacbla Police Chief
for help when they were Chip Simmons said two
caught off guard by the .. vehicles fell 25 feet when
single rainiest day ever re- portions of a scenic high-
corded in Pensacola. THay collapsed. The truck
Boats and Humvees zig- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS driver was fine, but, a
zagged through the flood- A man walks along a flooded stretch of Mobile Highway n Beulah, Fla., following heavy rains Wednesday near Pensacola. Heavy woman in a car needed
ed streets to help stranded rains and flooding have left people stranded in houses and cars in the Florida Panhandle and along the Alabama coast.Florida help getting out. Neither
residents. A car and truck Gov. Rick Scott says officials have received about 300 requests for evacuations from flooded areas in Pensacola. had serious injuries, Sim-
plummeted 25 feet when pile of water," she said. Schmitz and his son also would've been, too," Spies 1,2012. mons said.
portions of a scenic high- Brown called 911 and made it out safely. said. Pensacola and nearby In Gulf Shores, 'Ala.,
way collapsed, and one eventually a military ve- In Alabama, Capt. David There were at least 30 Mobileare two of the rain- where nearly 21 inches of
Florida woman died when hicle picked them up and Spies of Fish River/Mar- rescues in the Mobile area iest cities in the U.S., aver- rain fell over a day's time,
she drove her car into high took them to a shelter. low Fire and Rescue said of Alabama. Florida ap- aging more than 5 feet of the scene resembled the
water, officials said. Kyle Schmitz was at his he was part of a team who peared to be the hardest raii in a year, according to afternath of a hurricane.
Near. the Alabama- Pensacola home with his found two women tnd a hit. Gov. Rick Scott said of- the National Climatic Data At the Sportsman Marina
Florida line, water start- 18-month-old son Oliver young boy trapped in, the ficials there received about Center. in Orange Beach, employ-
ed creeping into Brandi on Tuesday night when attic ofa modular home. 300 calls from stranded The National Weather ee .. Andrews couldn't
McCoon's mobile home, heavy rain dropped dur- Spies said they received residents. Service said forecasters believe what she saw out
so her fiance, Jonathan ing a 45-minute span. He the first call of help before At the Pensacola airpbrt, issued flash flood warn- thewindow.
Brown, wrapped up her gathered up his son, his midnightTuesdaybutthey, 15.55 inches of rain fell ings as early as Friday, yet "We've got water up in
nearly 2-year-old son computer and important couldn't find the group on Tuesday before mid- many people were still our parking lots," she said.
Noah in a blanket and they papers and left. until about 8 a.m. Wednes- night -- setting a record caught unaware. "Our docks are under wa-
swam in neck-deep water "I opened the garage and day. By then, the water for the rainiest single day Elizabeth Peaden was at ter. It's worse than during
to their car about 50 feet the water immediately was 2 feet below the roof.' in the city, according to her weekly Bunco game Hurricane Ivan, is what
away. flowed in like a wave," he A firefighter used an axe to data since 1880. By com- Tuesday night and it they're saying. It's crazy."
Then, the car was said. "The water was com- punch a hole through the parison, the airport in wasn't raining on her way The 2004, hurricane
flooded. ing up to just below the roof and free them. drought-stricken LosAn- there. On her way,home, dumped 3 to 7 inches of
"Every which way we hood ofmytruck and Ijust "They were very scared, geles has recorded 15.9 she drove her van through rain along the Florida
turned, here was a big ol' gassed it." they were very upset. I inches of rain- since Jan. a flooded intersection and Panhandle.

State 6riefs.
State pension lation that they hope will from 65 to 70 mph on Some of the money
Chlge s unlikely halt a slide in test scores rural, four-lane divided will also fund expert
among nursing school highways and up to 65 witnesses.
TALLAHASSEE -- For graduates by requiring mph on other roads. Advocates say foster
the second'year in a row, stricter accreditation on children with physical,
it appears legislators will programs. Bll hiring lawyers for mental and other disabili-
reject changes to the The bill (SB 1036) ad- ties remain in foster care
state's pension plan. dresses measures passed foster youths passes an average of five years or a nero Clker Realte JReale rt Broker A lsciate
The Florida Senate on in 2009 and 2010 that TALAHASSEE Florida longer compared to their (850)209-9077 (850)573-1572 850557-0120 (850)209-3595
Wednesday refused by a made it easier for colleges lawmakers have passed a peers.
21-15 vote to take up a to open nursing educda- bill requiring the-state to Supporters say these Come See Us For All Your
bill that would steer pub- tion programs, remoing provide attorneys to fos- children need a lawyer to Real Estate Needs!
lic employees away from the approval protess ter children with special advocate for services on
the state's traditional pen- from the state's appointed needs. their behalf and explain
sion plan, also known as Board of Nursing. The Senate passed the what's happening in their
the Florida Retirement The bill, which passed bill (SB 972) Wednesday legal cases.
System. unanimously, also after unanimous support Child advocacy groups,
The bill passed by the removes oversight of in the House last week. including Florida's Chil-
Florida House would stop nursing school evaluation The bill recommends dren First, and Florida's Sandra Ward Michael'Bedsole Julie Basford Mary Lou Pattmore
elected officials and top from the state's legislative the state set aside $4.5 Guardian ad Litem lob-' Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor
employees in state gov- analysis office and hands million to hire attorneys bied for the measure. (850)573-6849 (321)663-2671 (561)891-4034 (850)718-6143
ernment from enrolling it to the Florida Center for for roughly 1,400 foster a. -- --* *.- 3.
in the state's traditional Nursing. youths. From wire reports .,. ,- -
pensionplan. The government ac-
The legislation would countability office had
also automatically place pointed out numerous
newly hired public deficiencies with the
employees in an invest- previous measures. _t. -
ment 401(k) plan if the The center for nursing .
employees failed to make has not received state
a choice within eight funding for three years, ,.u..
months of starting their but an appropriation for
jobs. $400,000 has been asked a
House Speaker Will for in the current budget.
Weatherford acknowl-
edged that the bill was in Speed limit bill goes
"trouble" with just two. to Florda Gov. Scott
'days left in the annual
session. TALLAHASSEE The ra ate fa rite
speed limit on Florida
highways would increase
Bill addresses sex from 70 to75 mph under .O-
offensesin schools a bill the House nar- ith pecial
rowly passedWednesday,
TALLAHASSEE despite arguments thatm s
School employees and it would lead to more
volunteers who commit deaths.
sexual offenses against The measure passed
students would face on a 58-56 vote and now
tougher penalties under goes to Gov. Rick Scott.
Sa bill being sernt to Gov. .Among lawmakers who
SS te passed argued against it was a
The Seniate passed man whose daughter
the bill unanimously on died in a car accident, Marianna Hi School
Wednesday. a former police officer
The idea behind the who has notified families We are5O proudof
legislation came fromn their children have died You ond all of your
students at Armwood in accidents and a funeral ccomplishments. But most
High School in Hillsbor- director who said he has ofall weare proudofthe
ough County as part of seen his share of victims. personu hve chosen to
the It Ought to be a Law "You never want to get be. You have blessed ur
competition.ll(HB485 would that call:'Your daughter ...to be in the God
The bill (HB 485) would died in a car crash.' Well bless y sou begin this
enhance penalties by I gotthecall, and one Jackson County Floridan 's nextchnterofyourlife.
one degree if sexual of- of the reasons she died C u y o a
fenses are committed by was because of speed," 2014Graduation Section we Love You
a school employee or vol- said Rep. Irv Slosberg, Mm n
unteer against a student D-Boca Raton, who has on M ay 28TH.
under the age of 18. made road-safety issues'
For example, if an a priority during his time
offense is normally a in office. To have your graduate's message included in this keepsake edition, please send a color photo and $25
second-degree felony, it The bill (SB 392) would to: Graduation 2014, C/O Jackson County FlOidan, 4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna, Florida, email to:
would become a first-de- not raise speed limits sales@jcfloridan.com or drop it off at our office located at 4403 Constitution' Lane. Be sure to include
gree felony, automatically, but would the graduate's name, your special message and a datime phone number.
allow the Department of
Nursing schools face Transportation toi FOR MORE INFORMATI CALL 850 526-314
tighter accredltation crease them when it saw FORMORE Ooa LL (8 152631
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Sneads 'frustrated' by weather delays
Chipola wiotWallce


SFor the second straight night, the day. "You take 12 days off and there's
The Lv Idians il oen Sneads Lady Pirates didn't have a a lot of time to get hyped up to play
play inthe FCSAA tourn- game to play. and then you're ready to play Tues-
Afterhaving to postpone their play-. day and then it starts raining and
off debut against the Central Jaguars there's really nothingyou can do. You
originally scheduled for Tuesday can't get in the gym and practice like
Cnight due to rain, the Lady Pirates in basketball. You can get in the (bat-
Friday at 7 p.m. n or lose, again found, the weather uncoop- ting) cage a little bit, but that's it.
Serative Wednesday and with Jackson "Right noweverything's a mess. At
SCounty schools closed today they the same time, we're still in it and we
will likely have to wait until Friday to want to make sure we stayin it. We've
finally get back in actioth for the first waited three months to get here, so
time since winning the District 2 title we can wait another day I guess."
SApril 17. The coach said that the hope was
Thesizeable layoffalreadypresent- to try to get the regional semifi-
Sundaed challenges for both teams, but a nal game in Friday and then have
SRISTIE CLOUD/FLORIDAN full two weeks between games and the winner play the regional final
TaylorHussey (14) pitches for the Lady Pirates in h game earlier a potentially wet field could make
this season. things even trickier. See SNEADS, Page 2B

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rashante' areus steals second n a game earlier this season. Wood said Wednesday. After
is straight state title in receiving the order, he left the
h la s 2nd stra sti in ola c store without paying f
BThetrawills Wood said Publix employ-
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do thatand we've been working on getting said Winston acknowledged
The Chipola Lady Indians will begin their better with the mental side and our mental not paying for the fod, say-
fquest for a second straight state champion- approach. But we like our chances." ing he forgot.
ship Saturdaywhen they headto Pensacola The Lady Indians have reason to be con- After consulting with Puan
to open play in the FCSAA Softball Tourna- fident, with their ace Eiott able to pitch lix managers, eputies issued
ment against Suncoast Conference ner- virtually every game thanks to the tourna- Winston a civil citation that will
upState College of Florida. ment format, andwith them possession require himnsto complete atleat
The teams will face off at 2 pm. and will arguably the most dangerous hitter in the 20 hours of community service.
play a second game Saturday win or lose, state and among the most dangerous in the If he does that, no criminal
with a victory earning a matchup with the country in sophomore Katie Harrison, who charges will be filed. Hewillalso
winner of Tallahassee vs. Hillsborough, and has hit 22 home runs and driven in 81 runs likely have to pay restitution.
onatioa defeat' resstg in an elimination game ins a2014. Wood said Wenston waste
against.the lose. . Elliott has won 19 games so far with a cooperative.
Chipola sc ees in with a 32-20 reicord ga 173 ERA while leading the tei with 214 ston issued a statement
ter having gone 10-12 and finished third strikeouts, through his lawyer saying
M in the Panhandle Conference,o though two She has mostly pitched just the first game he had intended to pay, "ut
of the 32victories came against the Mana- of doubleheaders this season, but Hendrix made a terribie mistake for
tees in a doubleheader sweep March 8 in said that the Lady Indians are going to ride which I'm taking full respon-
Marianna.dkent@cflo their ace in the postseason as far as shell sibility. In a moment ofyouth-
It has been n up-and-down season for take themon gett ful ignorance, I walked out of
the Lady Indians, who have had win streaks Fellow sophoe mental sidne de Vries, who the store without paying for
of eight and nine games and losing streaks. is coming off one of her best outings of the one of my items.
of four and five gaies, but hipola associ- season against Santwe likFe over the weekend, "I realize that I am in the
ate head coach Jimmy Hendrix'said Tues-. has postseason experience and will, be public spotlight and my
day that, in the postseason, all that matters available if needed, as will freshman Luana conduct needs to be above
is getting hot at the right time. Imamura. reproach."
amIt's the Samturday when theingy year. You get Perhaps the mostcosistent Lady Indians have reason to be con- AfThe 6-foot-4, 235-with Pund
to the state tournament and anything can of the season hasce Elliott Harrison, who won Winstonled Florida State to
happen," he said. "What I've been saying the Panhandle Conference Player of the an undefeated season and na-
all year is that if (freshmanL pitcher Jessica 'Year award after batting .520 with 14 home tional football championship.
Elliott) goes out :and thrws strikes and runs and 43 RI in 22 league games, and iFor the season, he passed for
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tr3 The defense plays ehod hert 2 p and w ie get a more than 4,000 yards and 40se e.
coufplaye of timely game Saturd can or lose, state and among thSee CHIPmost danA, Page 2BIf touchdowns, completingnear-
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HORSE RACING full field of 20 horses. Churchill Downs. He's
California Chrome Trained by 77-year-old trained by Bob Baffert, a
made 5-2 Art Sherman, California three-time Derby winner.
Chrome drew the No. Wicked Strong, named
Derby favorite 5 post on Wednesday for the victims of last
LOUISVILLE, Ky. Cali- Eight horses have won year's Boston Marathon
fornia Chrome has been from there, most recently bombings, is the 8-1 third
made the early 5-2 favorite Funny Cide in 2003. choice and will break from
for the 140th Kentucky Hopportunity drew the the 20th post on the far
Derby, with Hopportunity No. 11 post and is 6-1 outside.
the second choice in the for the race Saturday at From wire reports

Snea s time for each team in- the game in Friday, they'll
volved, but Johnson said have to do some work to
he believes his club is ex- get ready a field that, as of
From Page 1B perienced enough to take Wednesday, was probably
Monday against the Ponce it in stride. more suited for a swim-
de Leon/Wewahitchka "I've got a bunch of older ming meet than a softball
wiiner before next week- girls who have been here game.
end's state semifinals in before, so I think the men- "You can probably drop
Lakeland. tal aspect of it benefits us," a line in and catch 'some
With rain in the forecast he said. "We've been in the catfish out there right
again for today ahd Friday, playoffs all these years and now," the coach joked. "It
the possibility of playing I don't know if (the Jaguars) finally stopped raining,
the regional semifinals have got that much experi- but they're calling for more
Saturday has also been ence. I just dont want us to rain. I'm afraid to look at
discussed, though nothing go out there and play on the Weather Channel. If it
is set in stone at this point, some wet, sloppy field and will quit raining, we can
Johnson said. give our opponent an ad- get it ready for Friday. I
The uncertainty sur- vantage. Hopefully things just hope the rain gives us
rounding the situation is will get back to normal a break. All these people
an added distraction to soon." who have been praying for
an already pressure-filled IftheLady Pirates can get rain, they can quit now."
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
hit a long ball too. What with three runs in the sixth LosAngeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling (right) and V. Stiviano watch the Clippers play
C i ola we've been working on is, and three in the seventh, the Los Angeles Lakers during an NBA preseason game in Los Angeles on Dec. 19,2010.
e the bottom of the order and that's something that
ro ae getting some timely hits. hasnt been there all year." 1k Clippers Briefs
is two home runs away That hasnt always been Sophomores Harrison,
from tying Monique Mari- there this season but we de Vries, Lindsay Wurm NBA owners to hold 1st to sell the Clippers.
dison ussTorono's onSter g Mason also is confident the other
er's state JUCO record for hope it will be there this and Alyssa Hathcoat all discussions on Sterling asois confident the other
37 career home runs and weekend." played for Chipola's 2013 NBA owners will vote to force Sterling
five away from tying Mari- Most of the players hit- state championship team NEWYORK -The NBA owners' to sell.
er's single-season record of ting in the 6-through-9 and the Lady Indians have advisory/finance committee will hold
27 homers. spots in the order are fresh- been a fixture at the state a meeting Thursday to discuss the next
Harrison has had a domi- men, and there are nine tournament for much of steps intheremoval of DonaldSterling Sterling aga draws viewers
nant season with a.444 av- freshmen in total who play the last decade. as owner of the Los Angeles Clippers. to Clippers series
erage and a staggering.944 roles in the lineup or in the Hendrix said the advice The 10-member committee will NEWYORK The Donald Sterling
slugging percentage to circle for the Lady Indians to those players who mak- have a conference call two days after saga isdrawing many mre viewers to
go with her 22 home runs and willbe seengtheir first ing their first appearance Commissioner Adam Silver banned the Lois ngeles Clippers' NBA s playoff
$,0Rgsaofei Fmeinormton, For more ormaon, mve lyoea botebathe Los Angeles Clippers' NBA playoff
and 81 RBI, with freshman state tournament actin. in the playoffs is to not Sterling for life from the league and series against the Golden State Warriors.
slugger Brashante Dareus Hendrix said he has seen get too amped up or con- fined him $2.5 million for making racist Sunday's Game 4 was the first time
tacking on 13 home runs progress with the team's sumed by the moment. comments. Silver also said.he would the teams took the court after a record-
of her own to form a pretty young players, but it's hard "It's still a game, so dont urge owners to use their power to force ing of the Clippers owner's racist com-
potent duo in the middle to know how any of them add any pressure to it or Sterling to sell the team. mentssurfaced a day earlier. It drew 6,5
of the order, are going to react to the make itbigger than it is," he That would require the support of million viewerson ABC, up a whopping
"Katie is our best hitter, enormous pressure of the said. "You're going to show three-fourths of the league's owners in a 48 percent from the 4.4 million who
no question about it. She postseason. up and play and when the vote. Silver said Tuesday during a news watched Game 1 on the network just
might be the best hitter "Hopefully we're ready, game's over go back to the conference that he was confident he over a week prior.
we've ever had," Hendrix but I don't know if we ever hotel. Being able to con- had the votes, which appears true given Then Tuesday's Game 5 was played
said. "To have a hitter like reallyknowifwe're going to trol your emotions during the numerous statements of support hours after NBA Commissioner Adam
that in the lineup helps be ready," he said. "We've the game is what's going that were released by teams. Silver announced a lifetime ban for
everyone, and Brashante got quite a few freshmen. to win it or lose it, and Minnesota owner Glen Taylor chairs. Sterling and plans to try to force him to
feeds off of Katie and they I think we've improved. that's the thing we've been the committee, which also includes Mi- sell the team. It was also the Clippers'
feed off of each other. You Santa Fe jumped out on working on. We're going to ami's Micky Arison, the Lakers' Jeanie first home game since the comments
can't just walk Katie be- us by six runs in the sec- go out there and give all Buss, Oklahoma City's Clay Bennett, became public. More than 4.7 million
cause (Dareus) will come ond game (Saturday) and that we have and see what New York's James Dolan, Boston's Wyc viewers watched on TNT, up 34 percent
up and have. a chance to we came back to win it happeris." Grousbeck, San Antonio's Peter Holt, from an average of 3.5 million for the
Phoenix' Robert Sarver, Indiana's Herb previous two games on the network
from Jackso Calhoun, Cost is $45 and includes Simon and Toronto's Larry Tanenbaum. during the series. It was the highest-rat-
Washington, Holmes, Bay a T-shirt and lunch for ed playoff game on cable this season,
B r efs and Guf County. each day, with the camp Turner Sports said Wednesday.
and Gulf County. each day with the camp Union: NBA players.considered It's common for TV ratings to increase
From Page 1B All of these children had running from 9 a.m. to 2 boycott befor ban as a seriesgoes on, but not to this
the Panhandle Bass Chal- allegations of some type p.m. each day. extents
lenge, Fishing for Reel Solu- of abuse or a victim of Registration will take place LOS ANGELES NBA players strong- extent.
tions for Child Abuse Char- a crime. The Gulf Coast at the MMS gymnasium on ly considered boycotting playoff games
ity Fishing Toufnament on Children's Advocacy the following dates: June 16, if Commissioner Adam Silver hadn't Carney:. Obama supports NBA
June 14 at Lake Seminole at Center is there to support 23,30, or July 7 from 5 p.m. ruled harshly against Los Angeles Clip- ban against Sterling
Seminole Lodge. these children and their to 7 p.m. Camp fee is non- pers owner Donald Sterling.
A minimum guaran- family and give them the refundable and due at the Players' unionVice President Roger WASHINGTON President Barack
teed first place prize of services they need. time ofregistration. Mason Jr. says he spoke to representatives Obama is supporting the NBA's lifetime
$1,000. Registration fee is For more information, For more information, from every playoff team about the pos- ban against Los Angeles Clippers owner
$100 and $10 for the Big call LuAnnmDean at 850- call D'Leisha Ephriam at sibility of boycotting games in solidarity Donald Sterling.
Fish Pot with $50 payback 573-6985 or Tammy Dean 850-272-4611 or Jeanette against any ruling thatdidn't include a That's according to White House
in prize money. at 850-209-0397. Scott at 850-372-2633. mandate for Sterling to sell the Clippers. press secretary Jay Carney. Carney said
The proceeds of this The Clippers hosted the Golden Wednesday that Obama believes the
tournament will benefit MMS basketball camp Sports items State Warriors on Tuesday night, but league did the right thing in response to
the Gulf Coast Children's both teams were on board with a Sterling's racist comments.
Advocacy Center for Marianna Middle School Send all sports items to editorial@ boycott. Obama also cast Sterling's remarks as
child abuse prevention, will have a basketball skills jcfloridan.com, or fax them to Mason says the players are very part of a continuing legacy of slavery
Last year the Gulf Coast camp July 10-12 at Mar- 850 -4a4478 Thecksomailing ountyaddress/ happy with Silver's decision to ban and discrimination that Americans
Children's Advocacy Cen- anna High School for boys Floridan P.O. Box 520 Marianna, FL Sterling for life while urging the NBA's have to constantly be on guard against.
ter served 1,220 children and.girls ages 10-18. 32447. board of governors to compel Sterling. .From wire reports


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.1 2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes 334-797-7420. Clean, locally owned. Well
in Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 Chevrolet 2005 Aveo: Silver, 82k miles, 5 speed maintained. Clean CarFax.' FOR JUNK VEHICLES
manual trans., one owner, good condition, Leather w/lumbar support.
2BR/2BA at Millpond $495 rent +'deposit. $2,700. under KBB value. Call 334-714-1237 Roomy,quiet interior. Rugged SUV/truck-based I ALSO SELL USED PARTS
Water, sewer, lawn maint. included Chrysler 2004 Sebring LXI Convertible- Black. body-on-frame. Healthy tow rating. $16,590. 24 HOURTOWING 334-7928664
850-209-3970 NO PETS CD Player, Leather Interior, New Transmission, Call Stephen 334-435-3344 wiregrasscars.com
SSW & Runs Great, Awesome for summer. $3,000. ,
2BR/2BA SW & 3BR/2A DW in Malone, 145,000 miles. Contact Chad at 423.943.2530
CH/A, No pets, security negotiable Section 8 145,000 miles. Contact Chad at 423.943.2530
ok. Call 850-594-9991 or. 850-557-7719 Corvette 2000 Convertible: S usyoursei OR Junk car.
Blue, beige interior, full i us your seni OR Junk car..
3/2 Mobile Home on Ham Pond Rd in Sneads power, CD changer with Truck, semi's,semi trailers and
CWA, lawn care included HUD display. In excellent. FREE P uickm- Up7 days aweek
condition $19.500. Call 334718-0937 FREE Pick Up 7 days a week
$550+dep. 850-592-4625 Ford 2004 Mutn g Coupe- black8 ,7 days a week 7am 8pm 334-200-6487.
se____ Ford 2004 Mustang GT Coupe: black, $V8 5 Chevy 2013 Silverado LT 6,000k miles, 2 wh.dr., itle or roTitle u to what the law allows.
3BR Mobile Homes In Cottondale. speed, 99k miles, 6 disc CD, run great $6,000 fully loaded, white, extended cab, $33,900'OBO,
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Starting at $500 per month Ford 2012 Mustang, low miles, under warranty. Gt a lk
Call 850-258-1594 $250 down $279 per month. Call Steve 334-791- Ford 1995 F150: 8ft bed, very good condition, 'o a
If no answer please leave message. 8243. runs and rides great, pictures available, $2,800. Wel be yOlur Junker!
Call 850-526-2964 or 850-557-2523 We buy wrecked cars
Jeep 2001 Wrangler Sahara: 5 speed manual, fair and rEquip. at a
fully loaded, 33k miles, excellent condition, fair and honest price!
W FC R da CALL 334-714-6285
Toyota 210 Tacoma CALLL 33 71
160 acres in Jackson County on CSR5 White, 2 wheel
drive, 4 door V6, tow
Ernest Granger Rd, package, new Michelin
Parial Timber Hunting $2600. per ac. Honda 2010 Accord, 4 door, Real Sharp! $250 tires, Excellent
P lat l down, $249 per month. Call Steve 334-791-8243. condition. 46,000 miles. $22,800.
(Sl Full Tract) For details 334-701-665. Honda 2012 Cvic, 4 door, low miles, under war- Call 334-693-4987 or 796-5919
ranty, must sell. $200 down, $239 per month.
Call Ron Ellis 334-714-0028.
50 +or- Acre Farm ready for horses, cattle, Kia- 2013 Optima, low miles, under warranty,
goats. 60x60 barn. Includes a 3 BR, 1 bath. like new. $200 down $279 per month. Call Ron
$325,000. Call 850-387-5517 Joe Farris Land and Ellis 334
Stand Properties. Panama City MLS # 619005. Lincoln 2008 MKZ: White,
Modern home with upgraded features 4/2V, chrom whe els,d oon
2816 sq. ft. Plenty of room for family. Inground s, eat, 6k miles, original
pool. 39.1 acres- 10 with timber. 25 miles to owner very clean. $4,500. Call 334-494-3347
Dothan. MLS#'619006 in Panama City MLS. owner, very clean. $14,500. Call 334-494-3347
$430,000. Joe Farris Land and Stand Properties. Uncoln/Mercury Tracer 1991 with 44K miles
Call for appt. 850-387-5517. original miles, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue
matalic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-761-0010.
Mitsubishi 2004 Eclipse 124K miles, automatic,
sunroof, new tires $5500. FIRM 334-596-9966.
A GO CJARTS, GOL CA.RTS Toyota 2013 Corolla, full warranty, must sell.

Golf Cart with all new batteries 714-0028.
(4) $2,500. Call: 334-791- M t 4485. CL
.200 3 332 T2011 Harley Davidson Super Glide Custom
cool blue pearl & vivid black, garage kept,
1987 MasterCraft ProStar 190 Tournament Ski 11K mi. Driving lights, passenger back rest,
Boat. 351 inboard with Power Slot transmis- luggage rack, quick release windshield,
sion. Mastercraft inboard trailer included. anit-theft system with /pager, cruise pegs, oil
Bimini top and cover. Kenwood marine stereo pressure gauge, dust cover included
with four 6 12's Kicker marine speakers. Side 4 $12,900 334-59860061 Absolutely Originall!
gunnel storage. Ski mirror. Ski pylon. Carpet Suzuki 2003 Vusla 800 excellent.condition,
ani 'interior in gref condition.' Super running $2800. OBO 850-209-3951 or 850-209-3952
motor. Call 229-861-2437 or 334-701-9282
Cristie
1997, 18 ft Champion Bass Boat Custom
trailer,150 hp Evinrude motor. Like new trolling
motor. Very fast. $4,300. obo. 334-714-4776
U Blue Fin Bass 1998
Elhmator All Aluminum
Bass Boat, 50 HP force en-
gine, galvanized trailer-
new tires, all in very good
condition, 2 live well bdx-
es, 4 new seats, new Humminbird fish finder
$3,995 OBO 828-837-1314 or 828-421-0998
Ranger 1988 454V,
150 hp Black Max
Mecury, live wells,
trolling motor, $5,000
334-695-4780, - IND LOCAL L A TR W WICEF TRI S..C E
Boat:1995 Larson 174SEICB, 4.3L Alpha with Residential & Commercial
accessories, better than good condition, will
not last. $6000 Call 334-673-1355 Beautification of. Your Home" Lawn Service Tree Removal* Tree Trimming
Jason 15 ft. fiberglass Bass Boat ,70 hp-Yamaha Carpentry/Painting Installations Stump Grinding
motor, super motor guide trolling motor, 2-fish Furniture Repair & Refinishing Affordable Prices Free Estimates Insured Free Estimates -
finders, good cond. $3500.334-792-6747. General Repairs Insured 593-44 55
Pontoon Boat Bass Tracker 21', like new, 60HP : I1 (850) 693-1697
Mecury 4 stroke engine, less than 50hrs. on
motor, built in live well and heavy duty trolling "
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Alrstream 1969, 30ft. International, in good "T he Bait & Tackle Shop"
shape, everything works, $3,000 OBO 334-689- Now Open 7 Days a Week
9436 PH. (850) 593-6346
For AII Your Home mprovment Needs 2167 River Rd, Sneads, FL
1999 Winnebago 35' Motor Home with one *New Homes & Room Additions Flooring
slide. Hashydraulic leveling system.36,000 n g c Ugas.... 2844 Madison.. "
miles. $18,000. Call for appointment to see, Painting Siding Kitchen & Bathoom Upgrades ]ARI NN5L CI'Y 28 so t
334-618-2534 * Custom Ceramic ShowerSpeciallst. Porches FARi VIER S :
2008 Class C Winnebago Access 31J Pole Barns Concrete Driveways Sidewalks & Slabs T"s T s, Sa
Motorhome with 2 slides, bunk beds, queen Dozer and Excavation Work Lic# RR 2822811487 INSURED M IAR 1 ET 7a"noon
bed in back, queen bed over cab, Jack-knife Ponds Road Building -Demolition 850 573 188I Now featurlrig Pdnhandle artists & crafters every Saturday
sofa, dinette. Ford E-450 Frame, V-10 engine, Pine Tree Planting Herbicide Spraying UL D-- UU, __ iL.
Banks system. 15,000 miles. Many extras! Fire Line Plowing Burning
$55,000. Call 334-333-2154 or 334-791-8223 Il I al 8 0-8-SI9402
for more information. c laysi andclearin 850 -8 -0o S o
MUST SELL Tiffin 2003 Phaeton motor home, F or anhandle Concrete,,
3 slides, 3 Tv's, diesel, queen bed Satellite, r avis Jones *a Phillip rizottem
many other features, some camping 30+ Years Eperence
accessories included. Selling for health EstimatesReasonable ates *ALL I EE*
reasons. $68000 FIRM 334-714-1671 NE USED W E UR R
P House Slabs Sidewalks Metal Shingles Flat Roofs Insured
Jacl, back up camera, runs good, 86K miles, riwsPlBnLRC05
Good tires, New battery, awning. .850-693-5812 85592-7216 850 3 -
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