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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 )
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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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Alford man arrested
Authorities say he interfered with mto custody at the scene of the
fire and currently stands ac-
firefight and charged at acused of resistin with iolence
firefight and charged at a deputy and preventing or obstructing
the extinguishment of a fire.
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER ming the firefight The incident leading to the ar-
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com at that structure, rest of Cervantes began around
istwhere he alleg- 8:30 p.m., when the deputy was
An investigation is underway edly charged at a called to assist firefighters at the
into the circumstances sur- deputy who then scene.
rounding a fire on Ellie Lane in subdued the man 'The deputy reported that he
Alford Wednesday night. A man with a Taser. found Cervantes interferingwith SUBMITTED/JACKSON COUNTYSHERIFF'SOFFICE
who lives in a shed or barn-type Cervantes According to efforts to extinguish the fire. The The fire that damaged this shed/barn in the Alford area is under
structure down a narrow path Jackson County officer said le told Cervantes to investigation and the man who lived there has been arrested on charges of
in the Compass Lake area was Sheriff Lou Roberts, 41-year-old interfering with the extinguishment of a fire as well as resisting an officer
arrested Wednesday night dur- Juan Luis Cervantes was taken See FIRE, Page 7A with violence.

Manslaughter


WAON MASTER Sentencing

is June 2in


Johnson case
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
'dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.corn
A man convicted last month of manslaughter
in the death of his girlfriend is set for sentefcing
on June 2. A Jackson County jury found Andrew
SDavid Jonson Jr. guilty of manslaughter in the
death of Krista Shante Stevenson
: inApril.
After deliberating the case a little
more than five hours, the jury re-
jected the highest offense alleged
S :by prosecutors, second'd ee
:murder, and settled on the lesser
0 included manslaughter verdict Jobson
Sthey were allowed to consider.
According to, law enforcement
complaints filed at the time of
the incident leading to Johnson's
art: KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN arrest, Stephenson had called for
Charlotte Brown speaks with customer Doris Laramore at the Walmart entrance'Thursday witl "baby Charlie!' Brown and help the day she was killed, tell-
her lifelike doll "Charlie" are helping the rest of the Walmart crew raise funds for little red wagons used by kids at Children's ing the dispatcher that Johnson
Miracle Network hospitals. Donations are being accepted May 1-June 11 at the Marianna Walmnart. So far, Brown and her was intoxicated and threatening
sidekick have raised about $2,500 at the door and customers have contributed another $3,000 as they check out at the to stab her. The line went dead as Stevenson
register or drop change in buckhts stationed at key locationsi The store is hoping to donate several iponsored wagons to she spoke with the dispatcher and
Shands Children's Hospital on June 24. phone contact could not be re-established.
W .. eo Responding deputies found the 25-year-old
A life-changer inspired extra effort in wagon fundraiser woman injured in the couple's home on Fort
Road in Greenwood, with two bloody knives on
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER worthy enough cause,, giving sick on a gury or in a wheelchair the floor near where- she was found. She died at
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com children some toys to play with manned by a stranger wearing a the scene before medical help could arrive.
and a wagon to pull their stuiffed sterile mask and maybe a weird Johnson, 38 at the time, turned himself in to
ariannaWalmart General animals in, maybe. green orderly's uniform, the chil- authorities two days after Stevenson was killed,
I Manager Mickey Gilmore But Gilmore was floored when dren can ride in those wagons to accompanied by a relative when he arrived at
had always been willing he really found out what those their various appointments with the Marianna Police Department that day. The
to help in the' company's annual wagons were for, and saw them their mom, dad or other family MPD turned Johnson over to the Jackson Coun-
effort to support the Children's functioning in person. He said his member pulling the wagon along. ty Sheriff's Office, which had jurisdiction in
Miracle NetworkHospital fund- experience at Shands was a life- "I was standing at an elevator, the case. .
raising campaign. changer," and one that gave him a and here comes amom pulling a
He knew that one of the goals whole new kind of energy for the wagon with her little girl in there.
this year was to raise money to buy project. She was about 3 years old, I'm
some toys and little red wagons for When possible, instead of having 8 sc h o o l
hospitalized kids. He knew it was a to be rolled through thehospital See WAGONS, Page 7A

BAND OF BROTHERS project

r~he Band of Brothers "
ministry group serves
Slunch to residents
of the Chipola Apartments c c BY ANGIE COOKn
on May 9 in Marianna.
The group is eomposed Of MARIANNA The proposed combination
The group is composed of school that would replace three Marianna
First Assembly of God in schools with a single campus north of townwas
Marianna, Christian Center discussed at Thursday's Jackson County School
C h SL s Board workshop.
Church and St. Luke's Bap- Paul A. Donofro Jr., lead architect onthe proj-
tist Church. The men in the ect, joined district Facilities Director Stuart Wig-
group cook all the food and : gins in addressing the board and advocating for
Sthe hiring of a construction manager (CM) to
serve it the second Friday -,assist with the massive unimdertaking. By some
of every month at Chipola estimates, the K-8 is a two to three times larger
Apartments. RsnECLOUD/FLORDIAN See FUNDING, Page 7A
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4403 Constitution Lane car and ptist College of Florida spring graduaton chool, Malrenatone. For morenforat i Ja
Mariannasher, Valea Roberts 10 tosponsor entire hol e enefr s I g ends ai at 334-493-630 or D MA o y a 4 2th annual Show Choir Dinner Theatre 569-
flHor to FFA and 4-H scholarships to Chipolam. Graceville CivicCenter, presented493-4138




Ciruat.in Man r- information, call Albert Milton at 718-7834, Ken h 11 -aY u D
Circulation Manager Dena bers Godfrey at 209-7919, Ki10 aDeflix at 209-3274 or a.m. to noon uaArmedisor St.UNDAY, MAY rm8 : $
doberski@jcfloridan.com County Public Library, Marianna Branch' New and panhandle arts and crafts every Saturday. per person. $7 for children 11 and younger. Dinner









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SYou should receive your newspaper no later Jackson Hospital Cafeteri located on the ground floor control Club Expertimental Aircraft Association will boardroom of Jackson Hospital
than a.m. If it does not arive, call Circula- Please RSVPto Katharine Dozier at Kdzierjack- b rg rides f8- to7-year-oldst C r "Illusionsc Reservatins aom ust. Flortiked s orimore





tion between 6 a.m. and noon. Tuesday to shosp.org or 718-2696.Your presence is requested. ofYoun Eagles program. Timberview Helicopter -6:30 p.m. in AA room of FirstUnited Mthodist
Friday, and7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The a Madison Street Park Farmers Market 4-7 1 Service from Destin will 'offer sightseeing rides for 'Church, 2901Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance
Jacks on County Floridan (85-5SPS 271-840) p.m at Madison Street ark.Willee Association 2901 Caledr personTidest. in M arianna.wil limited to person call Stephanie Long orKathy Waddell






is published Tuesday through Friday and day evening. For more information, call 693-4078. be offered by The War Birds of Destih for $195 per. ; : .. ::;': .
Sunday mornings.Periodical postage paid Chess Club 6-8 .m. First United Methodisnn St. udes Trl Ride a.to at 2634451 ext 255. Ticketcan also be purchased
at8arian FL8 Springs Cli ub Marianna. It willSponsored by activitiesp.m. G eneva State Foresginingt Lake $10donation to from la Chaptoir memberNS
Email: editMariann d Optimist Club forr s tuderIts afor students 8 Judks Children Hom unicth provided b the Oaks Restaur 29th annual springtime beautylu







SUBSCRIPTION RATES to 18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and 10 a.m. 4571 Dickson Road, Greenwood. bers will present a program as to why they joined
Homodeliiurv- e Street Address: event. $60 per pginners are which includes green fees, Covington Cowgirls Drill Team. For morege Regent 6 p.Caroly in the auditdjorium of Malothne High
4403 Constitution Lane ar and a steak d ininer. $60to sponsor 1/2 hosted by Gracevill Tricia oursonat 334-222-8079, Donna l or a l inform638-19ation all Jane
and $123.45 r one year. All prices include Marianna's P ect Gaduation-6 benefits wiNew go Jones at 334-493-6730 the feDonna Moseley at 334enior ellpageant director, at 5692227
Officapplicable state and local taxes. Mail ope Baptist 4-H scholarships to Chipolafayette. ForWe have physicians ad urses and give ch nooin the uth Centerof Firstnited
subscriptinsmustbe paid in advanceMail $40 perpersmation. To reser t Milton at 718-7834,call Ken professional health care services to our patients. Methodist Chrch.Guest speakeSheriff L
subscriptions are: $46.12 three months; Welch at 573-4774 or TorDefli at 209-327435 Call 263-6912 or 272-0101 orces mation Roberts. All seniors welcomAY18
$9.24forsix d $184.47forone I12th an Springs Golf Clubhoir Dinner Theatre 7 Muskogee htory eminar 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. a JEmployablitay Brkshop "ComfletingApplica-
year p.m. ackson Hoeville Civic Center presenocated on theGraceville Washington County Plic Libary, 1444Jackson tions"- 2:30p.m tMaianna Career Center







High School Choral Department: $15 per person. Ave., Chipley. Learn how the Muskogee suirvived in. Workshop is facilitated.by a certified motivational
All subscriptions to the Jackson County $7 for children 11 and younger. Dinner includes this area, aspects of daily living, genealogy and trea- career coach. Workshop is free of charge and open
Fltridan a.minclude delivoe s not arrive, call sease RSVPto Katharine Doby Ga ceville High School's ties of theiMuskogee $20 ch 17-year s aerals arpublic. Visit Employm loidacom to register for
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to shosp.org or 718-2696. Your presence is requested. Of Yboun Eagles program. Timberview Helicopter -.6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist
Friday, and7a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The *. Madison Street Park Farmers Market 4-7 Service from Destin will offer sightseeing rides for Church. 2901 Caledonia St. in Mariann. Attendance
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) p.m. at Madison Street park.Will be open each Fri-' $25 per person. Tides in AT-6 "Texan" trairer will limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.







is published Tuesday through Friday "Pdigy"anday evening. For more inforation,call 693407& beoffd b The War Birds of Detinfor$96 this informative workshop.
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid Chess Club 6-8 p.m. First United Methodist person. There wilIbe food, arts, Crafts, rides,'and MONDAY, MAY19
at Marianna, FL. Church on Clinton St. in Marianna, Sponsored by activities for kids beginning at 10a.m. ) Chipola Chapter NSDARlmeeting -1a.m: at'






Reserva tions a must Club for tickets or more informa- MuJackson Creekounty Community Helpers 10 a.m the JacksonCounty Education Founatnch. Mnual






ADVERTISING ticn, cal' stephanie Long or Kathy Waddell at 263- to 4 p.m. at Florida Caverns State Park in Marianna. meeting and membihership drive 5:15 p.mi1
SUBSCRIPTION RATES to 18 years of age n also be purchased from Admissin is free. No charge for vendors of quality Jackson County School Board Office.resentathey joined
he advertier agrees that the publisher sow choir members. handmade Muscogee or ndian crafts to set upm. a of grants given thischool year will be awtion, contact
shall not be liable r damages arising ding beginnerae e er p.m t Evangel orship both Graeille Fremonstrate M edical'Clinic, 5470 C ollege JaAve., County citizens ii to attendh.ne
out of errors andadvertisements beyond SouCenter, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Mariannaty hosted by Grinformation, contact Dale Taor at dale@nenhutke. on ount ulte Guild meet
the amountnd $123.45 for onhe paces include Mariand teena's Project Graduation 6 .m. at New insurance, Medicaid and orgprReginaBlackstoc atregina@nenhutke.org Senior 5:30-7:30 at Jship sociation onthly sionSer-






occupied by that portion of the advertise- hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Childcare available. Call ,Annual Bascom School reunion- 11:30 a.m. in vice, 2741 Pennsylvania Avenue, *Marianna. Business
applments inicable state ocal taxes. Mail Hope Baptist Church, 4028 Lafayette St., Marianna guidelines. We have physicians and nurses and give are fourth Modays; other Mondays are
such error is must be panegigence of the Alcoholics An $40 perperon. T o reserve your spot, call Kim professional helth School ar e encouraged rojects lessons and help All quilter: Sheriff Lou
ublisher'iptions employees $46.12or otherwise, and Welch at 573-4774 or To Willis at 573-6235 Call 63-69tend Bring a well-fied basket and joinin Roberts. All seniors welcom573-5434.
there shall be not liability for oninser- The submission deadline for this caenar istwodays before publication. ubmi nar 10 a.m. toy Calendr,ckson Count Floridan, P.orkshBox 520, Mrianna, pplica32447,
tion of any advertisement beyond the presented by Graceville Washington County Public Library, 144Jacksontitions" 2:30 p.m at Maanna Career Center.Marianna.
High School Choral Departmentf $15 per person. Ave., Chipley. Learn how the Muskogee srvived in Workshop is faciitatedby a certified motivational







Ssubscriptions to the Jackson County $7 for children 11 and younger. Diner includes this area, aspects of daily ng,genealogy and trea- career coach. Workshop is free of charge and open
Floridan include delier on Thanksgiving steak and performances by Graceville High School's ties of theMuskogee. $20 charge overs materials to the public. Visit EmployFloidcom to register for
ichudedeliseryon hargen "Prodigy" and Graceville Middle School's"Illusions." and lunch. For more information, call.229-762-3355. this informative workshop.







ing which expresses preferencebased on Marinna Police Department response, one residentian Rendezvous -10 am. Jacksndon errty Education FoundationWay, Granual
ADEROTISING 'tion, call Stephanie Long or Kathy Waddell at 263- to 4 p.m. at Florida Caverns State Park in Marianna. meeting and memibership drive 5:15"p.m.













legally protected personal characteristics ican also be purchased from calls, two traffic crashes, two fire alarms, Ridge, aggravated battery with deadly
not acceptable. the publisher show Marianna Por memb e Departmentsted handmade M four traffic stops, onet lar- we of graonschool year will be awarded. All
shall not be liable for damages arising Celebrate Recovery- p.m. at Evangel Worship booth to demo eny complaint., two crimor Jaymck son Blounty citizens i22,531112th St.,
HOW TOGETYOUR latest avalable repo-t* One accident, one o inal mischief complaints, ^alone, reckless driving
NEWS PUBLISHED s ctious ide two suspsciouspue ar E two civil disputes, one aHarry Dubose, 32, 29333 Milton Ave.,
out of errors and advertisements beyond Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult informationcontact Dale Taylor at daleMnenhutke. ) Jackson County Quilters Guild meeting














The Jacksn County Floridan will publish alarms, 17 trffic stops, two follow-up and or r Regina Blackstck omplaint, a t regina@nenhutke.org Marianna, violat Jackson of county probation
newsofgeneral interest freeof tcharge. investigations, one juvenile complaint, one Basc ow-up investigation s, in vicSamuel JonnsyvaniaAvenue,Marianna. Business
Submityour ne which the error ommunity Calendar noise209-7856, 573-1131. the Bascom Town Hall. All former complastuden ts, frieds Road, meetings are fourth Mondays; othredeliver Mondays are
events via e-mail fax, mail, or hand deliverync e of the Alcopublic service call, Anonymous open meeting 8-9 and spporttersmptf Basc School areat, on e noised fo property.
Feesmayapplyfor wedding,engagees or othent, rwiand 26 home security checks disturbance, two animals complaintUnited Metodists, o Bring a well-filled basket and join in Call 573-5434.
anniversary and birth announcements. fraud complaThist, six property checks, one ond Road, Sneads, violation of county
Forms areavailable attheFloridan fficesy assist of a motokindst or pedeAderis-an, one asist bation.
ing which expresses preferencebagoosed on Marianna Police Deparoanother agencyresponseone pone residentialc service cal, Juan Cervantes 41, 2522 E1777 Tobe Lane, GrAl-nd
legaly protected personal characteristics is calls, two traffic crashes, three tralarms, Ridge, aggravated battery wh deadly





suitableorprint.TheFloidanrese the ford, preventingThe Marianna Police Departmentor obstructing extinguish- four traffic
rightto edit all submissions. county fire/rescue reported the following one threat/harassment complaint. ment of fire, resisting officer with violence.
incidents for May 14, the latest available re-
GETTING IT RIHT port: One dead prson one hospice death, Jackson County Jaitwocl Population: 22,531112th St.,10
Tone missing juvenile, four abandoned rrectional disputesoney Harry Du29333 Milton Ave.,
The Jackson County Floridan will pulishy vehicles, two suspicious vehicles, two Maanna, violation of county probation.
is to correct mistakes promptly. To picious incidents, one suspicious person, The following persons were booked into To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
report an error, please call 526-3614 one escort, one veral disturbance, one the puntyjae, two during the latest reporting local law enforcement agency. 27, 1825D Ham
Monday-Friday. pedestrian complaint, one, fire with police periods: To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).








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Miss Springtime Pageant to be held Saturday
The Lady Elks 29th
Springtime Beauty
pageant will be held
Saturday, May 16, at 6 p.m.
in the Malone High School
Auditorium. Ticket cost
is $5 for adults and $3 for
students. One of the ser-
vice projects the current
queens have been par-
ticipating in is collecting
pet food or supplies for
Partners fox Pets and the
contestants have joined in
helping gather items for Addyson Faith Joyner Alysa 0. Shaw Hannah Key Misty Alayne Shaw Anyzley Smith
this worthy cause. Little Miss contestant Little Miss contestant Little Miss contestant Little Miss contestant Tiny Miss contestant












Kamdyn Reese Tew Kelsey Mitchell Marissa Lane Samantha Rodriguez Mackenzie Davis Shelley Dryden
Tiny Miss contestant Tiny Miss contestant Miss contestant Miss contestant Teen Miss contestant Teen Miss contestant












Zoe Burch Terrisina Nicole Gibson Baleigh Hill Lauren Harkins Tiffany Mechelle Eubanks Kaycie Nicole Rich
Teen Miss contestant Teen Miss contestant Junior Miss contestant Junior Miss contestant Junior Miss contestant' Young Miss contestant


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Special to the Floridan lifestyles. area representative Amy
Interested in opening Strout at (850)281-2092 or
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Ident Exchange Pro- family life with a young per- Heritage's website at www.
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SUBMITT PHOTOS academic school yearor
semester);
he members of the Marianna Optimist Club recently welcomed Host families provide E) 510 1 4 -2 44 2718 1
Joseph Wiggins (left) as a new member. Arthur Baker, the club's room, board, and guid-
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secretary/treasurer, is the club member who recruited Wiggins. lianceforaforeignteenager un
The membership looks forward to having Wiggins participate in its from home. Couples, sin- Evenng drang = dday drawng
activities, aimed at building the youths of our community. Anyone gle parents, and families POWERBALL
who may be interested in becoming an Optimist member to spend with or ithout childrl en
time fellowshiping with other members and with helping our youths lcouraged to apply. e
should contact President George Gay at the Marianna Fire Depart- The exchange stu-
mdents arrive from their
mentor any club member, home countries before 4
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Memorial Day __ ___s
ceremony planned 4432 Lafayette Street 526-5488 www.smithandsmithonlne.com
The disabled Ameri-
can Veterans, Jackson
County Chapter 22,
Marianna invites the
residents of Jackson
County and surrounding
counties to attend a Me-
morial Day Ceremony
that willbe conducted
May 26 at 8 a.m. on the
north side of the Jackson
iCounty Courthouse,
Marianna. The Buf-
falo Soldiers will be the
color bearers; Sneads
American Legion will
fire a 21-gun salute; and
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Ted Walt Post 12046,
SUBMITTED PHOTO Sneads American Legion
M arianna Middle School has announced its Students of the and Disabled American
Month for April. They are (front to back) Will Michels, Eric Vetbe laying Chwreaths. The will
J Clubb, KiaraWhite, Brayden Williams, Payton Melton, Ben speaker will be retired
Wiggins, Faith Castleberry, Josh Walker, Sharna Lang, Mr. Ellis (princi- Army Brig. Gen. Stanley
W. Wisnioski Jr. Come
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The quest for safe, generic, ceremonial prayers

s the members of the Kennedy's bottom line: "It is to determine when prayers connection: a confrontation
Stown board of Greece, doubtful that consensus could cross the line and become with the Divine."
.LNewYork, prepared for be reached as to what qualifies .oppressive. "What government This complex debate is packed
business, a local Catholic priest as a generic or nonsectarian official," he asked, "will judge with political and religious
rose to offer a short prayer. prayer." when one person's prayerful ironies, noted Francis Beckwith,
"Heavenly Father, you guide Even among church-state 'conviction' becomes another's who teaches philosophy and
and govern everything with analysts who disagreed on the 'damnation'?" church-state studies at Baylor
order and love," said Father John r decision, this theme that the Labeling his perspective University.
Fomi of St. John the Evangelist Terry M attnly state must be denied the power that of an "old-timey Baptist," Many liberals, especially
parish. "Look upon this On Religion to determine which prayers Leonard said the big question is unbelievers, would like to
assembly of our town leaders. are generic or safe enough why so many rush to embrace ban public prayer altogether,
... May they always act in included explicit doctrinal emerged as crucial common "ceremonial" prayers in the first yet accept nonsectarian
accordance with your will, and references to their traditions, ground. place. prayers as "their own-kind of
may their decision be for the even references to Jesus Christ. "Put bluntly, government "There may be government- 'don't ask, don't tell' policy,"
well-being of all. The Lord bless The court majority also said has no right to declare that the centered ceremonies where he said. Meanwhile, some
you and keep you. The Lord let it was crucial that one faith only God welcome in public the deity is addressed in conservatives feel "so squeezed
his face shine upon you and be not dominate others and that is a'generic God,'" noted various forms, but let's not out of everything" and "so under
gracious to you. The Lord look prayers must not be allowed to the Rev. R. Albert Mohler Jr., stoop to calling it prayer," he attack" that they grudgingly
upon you kindly and give you "denigrate" other viewpoints, president of the Southern said in online analysis. "Prayer accept watered-down
peace. Amen." to "threaten damnation" or to Baptist Theological Seminary, is talking to God, not to the expressions of public faith.
Perhaps it was the "Father" "preach conversion." in online commentary. "That emperor, the president, the In the end, he added,
God reference, or even that However, Justice Anthony is a profoundly important Congress, political parties, "Christians on the left or
final trinity of blessings, but this Kennedy noted for the majority: constitutional argument. county commissioners or the right should worry
2004 prayer was listed among "To hold that invocations must For Christians, this is also people gathered for hearings about representatives of the
those considered too "sectarian" be nonsectarian would force the a profoundly important about potholes, zoning or state trying to co-opt their
during the Town of Greece v. legislatures sponsoring prayers, theological argunlent. We do sanitation. They may all need leaders and their symbols and
Galloway case, which recently and the courts deciding these not believe that any 'generic prayer, but certainly not the their language, to serve some
reached the U.S. Supreme cases to act as supervisors and God' exists, nor can we allow ceremonial kind. particular political cause or
Court. censors of religious speech, that some reference to a'generic "Prayer is anything but movement.... That temptation
Most religious conservatives thus involving government in God' is a reference to the God of ceremonial; it burns in the soul, is always'out there."
cheered the high court's religious matters to a far greater the Bible." dances in the feet, erupts from
5-4 ruling, which said local degree than is the case under On the liberal side of Baptist the gut. ... No,.no, Mr. Justice.
leaders could continue to the town's current practice of life, Bill Leonard of the Wake Government use of prayer Terry Mattingly is the director of the
allow volunteers from different neither editing nor approving Forest School of Divinity openly to tout privileged 'religious shinon ournisCenter at the
faiths to open meetings with prayers in advance nor criticiz- challenged the belief that the leaders' or their 'institutions' Universities and leas the GetReligion.org
"ceremonial" prayers that ingtheir content after the fact." state should have the power trivializes faith's most wondrous project to study. religion and the news.


Religion Calendar
TODAY Everyoneis welcome. Join us for an and Freedom Hill Quartet begins at Baptist Church. Morning message Celebrating 122 of Service 3:30
evening of praise through song. For 2 p.m. Everyone welcome. For more will be brought by the Rev. Anthony p.m. New Bethel Christian Methodist
Help Me Heal National Ladies more information,call 592-2847. information, call 593-6044. Granberry. Everyone invited. Episcopal Church, Campbellton. Guest
Conference -9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. ) Celebrate Recovery Adult, teen D Revival 10:30'a.m. and 6 p.m. ) Annual Women's Day Program speaker is the Rev. Johnny McKinnie,
and 7 p.m. The Sanctuary Pentecostals meetings to "overcome hurts, habits Welcome Assembly of God in the 11 a.m. St. Michael M.B. Church, Jacob pastor of St. Luke Baptist Church,
of Marianna. Registration $50. and hang-ups in a safe environment," Dellwood Community with Evangelist City.Guest speaker is Diane Beechem :Kissimmee.
Luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Formore 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Center Tim Collins. For more information, call of St. Mary. Colors of the day will be ) Revival 4 p.m. at St. Paul A.M.E.
information, call 482-8720 or 482- with praise and live worship music, 592-5077. red and white. For more information, Church, Campbellton. Guest speaker is
6453. testimonies and fellowship. Dinner at .) Spring Revival -10:45 a.m. and 6 call 263-8089 or 573-6967. the Rev. Obadia White of St. Mary MBC,
6 p.m. Child care available. Call 209- p.m. TrinityBaptist Church, Marianna. ) Mount Ararat Day -11 a.m. at Jacob City. For more information, call
SATURDAY, MAY 17 7856 or 573-1131. Guest preacher is Dr. R.C. Hammock, Mount Ararat A.M.E. Church with Bettie Griffin at 569-5404.
) Monthly Sing 7 p.m. Emmanuel senior vice president of Baptist College the Rev. Willie E. BrownSr. and the Pastor Pre-Celebration Service
) Clothing giveaway -9 a:m. to Holiiess Church, Grand Ridge. Guest of Florida, Graceville. Music evangelist Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church 7 p.m. at Victory Tabernacle Church
noon at Mother Agnes' Closet, 2856 singers are the Sheila Smith Trio: is the Rev. Jeff Keeman: Nursery will of Argyle; Dinner will be served after of God in Christ, Grand Ridge, honoring
Orange St. in Marianna. Everyone invited. be provided for each service. Everyonb the service. Everyone is invited. pastor superintendent Steve Collins
nHelp Me Heal National Ladies, welcome. 33rd Pastor Anniversary -11a.m. for 44years.of service, Guest speaker
Conference 9 a.m. TheSanctuary SUNDAY MAY 18 Church Anniversary- 11a.m. -St. John Missionary Baptist Churchwill is apostle Jeffrey Wooten of Kingdom
Pentecostals of Marianna. Registration Abundant Faith Full Gospel Church, be honoring the Rev. James Robinson Center in Dothan and Montgomery,
$50. For more info call 482-8720 or Centennial Celebration -10:30 Cottondale. Guest speaker is the Guest speaker is the Rev. Carton Alabama. For more information, call
482-6453. a.m. El Bethel Assembly of God, Rev. James Dickson ofPleasant Cotton. Everyone welcome. For more Sonya White at 526-1841 or 209-1931:
Youth Activity Night 6 p.m. at Grand Ridge. Guest speaker is Grove A.M.E. Church. Lunch will be information, call 352-3976. a Gospel Concert 7 p.m. at Old
Marianna Church of God. Ages: 12-19. the Rev. Thomas Trask, former served after the service. For more Gospel Concert 11a.m. Country Church, Callaway, with Linda
SCall 482-6264. superintendent of the Assem6lies of information, call Frank Mayban at 381- Faith Holiness House of Prayer, Sern singing. No'charge but a love
n Anhual Senior Choirand Youth God in Springfield, Missouri. Lunch will 4580 or Charles Speights at 579-4712. Crawfordville, with Linda Senn singing offering will be taken.
Choir Anniversary- 6 p.m. follow. Special concert featuring The 20th annual Ushers Celebration No charge but a love offering will be
Evergreen Missionary Baptist Church. Freemans from Nashville, Tennessee, 11a.m. St. Luke Missionary taken. See CALENDAR, Page 5A



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Your Guide To Local Houses Of Worship
ASSEMBLY OF GOD Circle Hill Baptist Church Friendship Baptist Church of Malone New Hope Freewill Baptist St. Peter Missionary Baptist
7170 Circle Hill Rd 5507 Friendship Church Rd Sweet Pond Rd 7889 McKeown Mill Rd
Alford First Assembly of God Sneads, FL 32460 592-2327 Malone, FL 32445 569-2379 Dellwood, FL 592-1234 P.O. Box 326 593-3363
1782 Tennessee St PO. Box 228
Alford, FL 32420 Collins Chapel Baptist Church Grand Ridge Baptist Church New Hope Missionary Baptist Trinity Baptist Church
5005 3rd Ave (5499 Collins Chapel Rd) 2093 Porter Ave P.O. Box 380 3996 Wintergreen Rd 3023 Penn. Ave
Bascom Assembly of God Malone, FL 32445 569-5644 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-4846 Greenwood, FL 32443 e 592-8802 Marianna, FL 482-3705
'5516 Hummingbird Rd grandridgebc@embarqmail.com www.TrinityMarianna.com
Bascom, FL 32423 72-7775 Crossroads Baptist Church Southern grandridgebc@embarqail.com New Hope Reformed Baptist Church www.TrinityMarianna.com
Shugroad@embargmail.com Baptist Greater Buckhorn Missionary Baptist 4028 Lafayette St Union Hili
3276 Main St P.O. Box 386 Church Marianna, FL 32446 482-6406 3115 Union Hill Rd
Cords Of Love Assembly Of God Cottondale Fl. 32431 .352-2636 4691 Hwy162 Marianna, FL 32446 526-5711
2060 Bethelehem Rd Damacus Freewlll Baptist Marianna, FL 32446 594-5761 New skie Baptist Curch Victory Baptist Church
Cottondale, FL 32431 272-0254 4252 Alien St Victory Baptist Churh
3700 Kynesville Rd 4 Greenwood Baptist Church Greenwood, FL 32443* 594-7243 2271 River Rd .
3Cypress Grove Assembly of God Marianna, FL 32448 482-5878 4156 Bryan St P.O. Box 249 Sneads, FL 32460 593-6699
3250 Cypress Grove Rd Dellwood Baptist Church Greenwodd, FL 32443 594-3883 New Mount Olive Missionary Baptist www.victorybaptistfl.com
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-4451 5512 Blue Springs Rd Hasty Pond Baptist Church Barnes St P.O. Box 312 White Pond Baptist Church
cppressgrovechurch.org Greenwood, FL 32443 592-6954 4895 Hasty Pond Rd, Marianna, FL Mariann, FL 3447 48-7P.O. Box 458 Mill Pond Rd
Eastside Assembly of God Church Eastslde Baptist Church Heaven's Way Biker Church New Salem Baptist Church Alford, FL 32420 352-4715
4723 Hatton St Marianna, FL 4785 Hwy 90 Heaven's Way Biker Church 3478 Kynesville Rd CAmO IC
lop4664@yahoo.com 526-2422 Marianna, FL 526-2004 A Ministry ofAlford Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32448 579-4343 CATHOLIC
El Bethel Assemblyof God www.eastsidebaptistchurch.com 3924 Woodrest Rd Pine Ridge Baptist Church St. Anne Catholic Church
2503 El Bethel Church Rd Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church Cottondale, FL 32431 334-806-4258 3064 Pine Ridge Church Rd 3009 5th St P.O. Box 1547
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 593-6044 3360 Gardenview Rd Alford, FL 32420 Marianna, FL 32446 482-3734
rand Ridge, FL 3242 59Cotton3-6044 3360 Gardenview Rd 32431 579-4223 Holly Grove Free Wll Baptist Church Alford, FL 32420 www.stanne@stannemar.ptdiocese.org
Faith Haven Assembly of God 2699 Hwy 73S Piney Grove Baptist Church www.stannemarianna.org
7135 Hwy 90 Everlena Missionary Baptist Marianna, FL 32448 482-3489 2136 Piney Grove Rd CHURCH OF CHRIST
Grand Ridge, FL 32442* 592-8205 5309 Ellaville Rd Inwood Baptist Church Cottondale, FL 32431 352-3800
First Assembly of God Campbellton, FL 32426 263-3900 2012 Inwood Rd Pleasant Hiil Baptist Church Caverns Rd. Church of Christ
5565 Brown St First Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32448 593-5328 6687 Brushy Pond Rd 4448 River Rd
Gracevile,FL32440 ottonda263-3351le, 32431 352-4586 Liberty Hill Missionary Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32442 718-8401 Maanna, FL 482-2605
First Assembly of God Church 5239 Liberty Hill Rd Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church CHURCH OF GOD
4186 Lafayette St 3 First Baptist Church Bascom, FL 32426 569-5949 6704 Reddoch Rd Grand Ridge Church of God
Marianna FL 32446 5366 Ninth St P.O. Box 98
482-2800 www.mariannafirst.org Malone, FL 32445* 569-2426 Little Zion Missionary Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-2273 2232 Porter Ave
3181 Little Zion Rd P.O. Box 190 Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32442
First Assembly of God Church of Faith Baptist Church Sneads, FL 32460. 592-1614 5481 Pleasant Ridge Rd 592-5301 or 592-2814
Cottofidale 2494 HwV 71 S *r
2636 Milton St Marianna, FL.. 482-2869 Lovedale Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32446 263-8007 Marianna Church of God
Cottondale, FL 32431 3524626 First Baptist Church 6595 Lovedale Rd Bascom, FL 32423 Poplar Springs Missionary Baptist (All services interpreted for the
Pilgrim Rest Assembly of God 8010 Pope St P.O. Box 246 Church
3347 Pilgrim Rest Church Rd Sneads, FL 32460 246 Marvin Chapel Free Wil Baptist Church 2662 Roplar Springs Rd 2791 Jefferson St, Marianna, FL 32446
Mariann, FL 32448.579-2300 2041 Hope School Dr Marianna, FL 32446 526-3176 482-6264 mariannacog.com
Marianna, FL 32448 579-2300 First Baptist Church'of Bascom Marianna, FL 32448 482-5375 Providence Baptist Church
Welcome Assembly of God 4951 Basswood Rd P.O. Box 97 www.marvinchapelfwb.com o c CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
6784 Messer Rd Bascom, FL 32423 569-2699 wwwmarvinchapelfwb.com 6940 Providence Church Rd CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-5077 First Baptst Church of Campbelton Midway Freewill Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-5481 Glorious Gospel Church of God in
lcomehometom@yahoo.comBapst Church of Campbelton 1600 Church St pbch@embarqmail.com Christ
Welcomehmeom@yahoo.com 2405 3-3183 2 6158 Rocky Creek Rd / Rocky Creek Baptist Church 4255 Clay St Marianna, FL 32448
Campbellton, FL 32426 263-3183 Marianna, FL 32448 592-8999 5458 Rocky Creek Rd 594-1096 or 557-4019.
First Baptist Church Southern Baptist Mount Olive Baptist Marianna, FL 32448 526-7508 Miracle Restoration Center
BAPTIST 987 8th Ave P.O. Box 565 6045 Hwy 2 Salem Free Will Baptist 2997 Hall St
ford tist Church Graceville FL 32440 263-3323 Bascom FL 32423 569-5080 2555 Kyneville Rd Marianna, FL 32448 526-2335
1764 Carolina St P.O. Box 6 www.fbcgraceville.org Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church Cottondale, FL 32431 579-4194 Refuge Tabernacle Church of God in
Alford, FL 32420 850-573-3249 First Baptist Marianna 3695 Popular Springs Rd www.salemfreewillbaptist.com Christ
Bethel Missionary Baptist Church 2897 Green St Marianna, FL 32446 Marianna, FL 32446594-41 61 Shady Grove Baptist Church 2820 Chipola St
2137 McLeod St 526-4200 www.fbcmarianna.org Mt. ZIon Missionary Baptist Church 7304 Birchwood Rd Marianna, FL 32448 482-2607
Cypress, FL* 592-4108 First Freewill Baptist Church 5382 Old US Rd Grand Ridge FL 32442 592-6952 The New Zion Temple Church of God
Bethel Star Missionary Baptist Church 7970 Davis St Malone, FL 32445 569-2049 St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church In Christ
4134 Lincoln Ave Sneads, FL 32460 593-5400 New Easter Missionary Baptist Church 2871 Orange St 1022 Washington Ave
Marianna, FL 32448 482-4866 First Freewill Baptist Church of Malone 977 Hope Ave Marianna, FL 32448 482-2591 Graceville, FL 32440 .
* Bethlehem Baptist Church 5440 10th St (Hwy 71 N) Graceville, FL 32440 658-8344 VictoryTabernacle Church of God In
2300 Bethlehem Rd P.. Box 385 New Galilee Missionary Baptist Church St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church Christ
Cottondale, FL 32431 579-9940 Malone FL 32445* 850-569-2786 2155 Hwy 73 S P.O. Box 234 1935 Jacob Rd 6752 Hw y 90
Marianna, FL 32447 482-5499 Cottondale, FL 32431 263-4097 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 209-7711
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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com RELIGION FRIDAY, MAY 16,2014 5A


Reigion FEATURING FREEDOM HILL QUARTET
Briefs

Tinity Baptist Church
to host spring revival
The members of Trin-
ity Baptist Church invite
the community to join
them for a time of wor-
ship, praise and spiritual
renewal at their spring
revival beginning Sunday i
and extending through
Wednesday evening.
Sunday morning wor-
ship begins at 10:45.
Sunday evening and week-
night services begin at 6.
A nursery will be provided
for each service.
Dr. R.C. Hammack,
senior vice president of
Baptist College of Florida
at Graceville, will be the
guest preacher. Ham-
mack has been at BCF for
the past 36 years. He is a
native of Louisiana and SUBMITTED PHOTO
received his Bachelor of he Southern Gospel Sing on May 24 at 7 p.m. at Cypress Community Church features the Freedom Hill Quartet,
Arts degree from Louisi-" I I
ana Colege.He earnedo a group whose singular mission is to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ throughexcellence in music. Freedom
Master of Arts degrees at- Hill Quartet features baritone and pianist Slade Alday; Doug Bryan, lead and bass guitarist; tenor Shane Mer-
Florida State Univesity cer; and bass Ryan Ziglar. Pastor Roland Bamburg invites everyne to join them for this special night. The churchis at
and Northwestern State
University. He received 2089 Church Street, Marianna (Cypress community). For more information, call 209-4811.
his doctorate from Tulane
University.
Hammack was ordained be the music evangelist Fort Walton Beach as mu- The Pentecostals of ing.It's t like an other Allf s have either been
April 29, 1964, and has for the revival. He led as sic and worship leader. Mariana are hosting a conference, for this one through one of these life.
served as a pastor and a summer:interim music Keeman is a graduate Help Me Heal National speaks to those who have issues or know someone
interim pastor in Louisi- director at Tinity in 1981 of Chipola College, Wil- Ladies Conference today been abused as a child who is. Our burden is to
ana, Mississippi, Alabama and, during the 25 years liam Carey University, the and Saturday in the: or by an adult, divorced help those who want to
and Florida. He has been following, has served University of West Florida church sanctuary. The cost women, women who are be helped and who desire
married for 51 years, and as minister of music in and New Orleans Baptist is$50. Conference times angry (and to those who to gain theirlives back.
has two children and two churches throughout Theological Seminary. are Friday 9 a.m. to 12:30 don't reaize'they are har: -We welcome all women
grandchildren. Florida, Louisiana, Missis- Trinity Baptist is at 3023 p.m. and then again at 7 boring anger),depressed to come and experience a
Hammack plans to retire sippi and Texas. Penn Ave., one block north p.m. and Saturday morn- women, or women who peace in their hearts and
June 30 to enjoy fishing He served as minister of U.S. 90. ing at9 a.m. There will be have daughters ging leave with an assurance
and vacationing in his of music at First United a luncheon Friday at 12:30 through efnotional prob- that everything is going to
motor home with his wife Methodist Church in Ladies conference p.m. lems. (Girls 15 years and be all right.
and family. Marianna and now is at begins today This conference is for older are welcome.) It is a
The Rev. JeffKeeman will First Baptist Church in women who are hurt- conference that digs deep. From staff reports

Mpreacher is Dr. R.C. Hammock, senior Revival 6p.m. at St. Paul A.M.E. School Class, 7p.m. in the Bascom
S.vice president of Baptist College of Church, Campbellton. Guest speaker Town Hall at 4969 Basswood Road.
St. a r i MONDAY,; M Y 19 pree. Mukeis evangelist isrc i e Sw .sanctuaryponn.co
i) Revival 6 p.m. Welcome Assembly' Florida Graceville. Music evangelist is isElder Adrian Abner of St. Per MBC, Free classes taught by Jacquelyn
From Page 4A of God in the Dellwood Community the Rev. Jeff Keeman. Nursery will be Sneads. For more information, call McGriff. Call 276-6024 for more
with evangelist Tim Collins. For more provided for each service. Everyone is Bettie Griffih at 569-5404. information.
) Celebration of Graduates 7 information, call 592-5077 welcome. Spring Revival -6 p.m. Trinity
p.m. at Bethlehem Baptist Church, Revival-6 p.m. St. Paul A.M.E, Baptist Church, Marianna, Guest
Cottondaje, with a covered-dish Church, Campbllton Guest speaker TUESDAY MAY 20 preacherist r. R i. Hammock, senior WEDNESDAY
supper. Honored graduates will be is the'Rev. Bernard Hudson of St., vice president f BptistCollege of
Donna ripes, Chipola College; Kyle John A.M.E., Campbellton. For more Revival -6 p.m. at elcome Florida Graeville. Music evangelist is
Griffin; Chipola College; Robert Haid, information, call Bettie Griffin at 569- Assembly of God in the Dellwood the Rev. Jeff Keeman. Nursery will b. Revival-6 p.m. Welcome Assembly
Cottondale High School; and Jesse 5404. Community with evangelist im p ide for each service Everone is of God in theDellwood Community
McGowan, Emmanuel College. All Spring Revival 6,p.m. Trinity Collins. For mo eifo1pation, call welcome. with evangelist Tim C6llins. For more
family and frirends welcome. Baptist Church, Marianna. Guest 592-5077 ~.' : Dare to Live Healed- Healing infqrmation, caH 592577




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YOUR GUIDE TO LOCAL HOUSES OF WORSHIP

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE LUTHERAN Pope Chapel African Methodist Mill Springs Christian Chapel Sneads Pentecostal Holiness Church
Episcopal Church 1345 Mill Sprngs" Rd, P.O. Box 83 2036 Gloster Ave
Maranna Church of the Nazarene Ascension Lutheran Church 4898 Blue Springs Rd, P.O. Box 6000 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 526-2519 Sneads, FL 32460
2987 N Madison St 3975 W Hwy 90 Marianna, FL 32447 482-2900 Rivertown Community Church 593r4487 or 593-6949
Marianna, FL 32446 372-4605 Marianna, FL 482-4691 ae M C 4534 Lafayette St The Sanctuary
EPISCO L METHODIST L 5729 Browntown'Rd, P.O. Box 354 Marianna, FL 32446 482-2477 4070 Old Cottondale Rd
S L Bascom United Methodist Church Graceville, FL 32440 263-3344 Rocky Creek Tabernacle wwwsacturypom
St. Luke's Episcopal Church 494 Basswood Rd P.O. Box 67 Shady Grove United Methodist Church 1890 Delta Lane
4362 Lafayette St Bascom, FL 32423 569-2231 7305 Birchwood Rd Marianna, FL 32448. 272-0917 United Pentecostal Deliverance
Marianna, FL 482-2431 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-9277 St. Andrews (FC) Church Ministries 5255 10th Ave
parishoffice@stlukesmarianna.org Bethlehem AME Church S Malone, FL 32445 569-5989
Swww.stlukesmarianna.org 3100 Lovewood Rd, PO. Box 752 Sneads First United Methodist Church 978 Hwy 71 S
Cottondale, FL 32431 8042 Church St, P.O. Box 642 Marianna, FL 32448 569-5600 PRESBYTERIAN
FULL GOSPEL 352-2111 or 352-4721 Sneads,, FL 32460 593-6481 Sunrise Worship Center First Presbyterian Church
Cypress United Methodist Church fumc@embarqmail.com 2957 Hall St, Marianna, FL 482-8158 Presbyterian Church (USA)
C6267 Cemetery Ave Snow Hill AME Church 2898 Jefferson St
;4791 Sheffield Dr P.O. Box 450. Cypress, FL 32432 263-4220- 5395 Snow Hill Rd, P.O. Box 174 PENTECOSTAL Marianna, FL 32446
Marianna, FL 32447 526-2430 www.firstpresmaria na.org
526-4476 or 526-4475 First United Methodist Church Malone, FL 32445 569-5315 Apostolic Revival Center of Marlanna fpcmarianna@embarqmail.com or
jack@cccmarianna.org 1111 8th Ave Springfield AME Church 3001 Hwy 71 N, P.O. Box 634 firstpresmarianna@earthlink.net .
Graceville, FL 263-3342 41.94 Uniion Rd Marianna, FL 32446 482-3162
Country Gospel Comunity Church First United Methodist Church Marianna, FL 32446 352-4252 Christian Covenant Life CenterRESOR O NS
650 Apalachicola Ave 2901 Caledonia St St. James AME Church 2011 Finley Ave Church of Jesus Christ of Marlanna
Alford, FL 32420 (850) 579-4172 Marianna, FL 482-4502 2891 Orange St, P.O. Box 806 Grand Ridge, FL 32448 592-4737 4060 Thomasville Lane
1st United Methodist Church of Marianna, FL 32447 526-3440 New Horizon Miracle Marianna, FL 32448 482-2282
Evangel Worship Center Cottondale St.Paul AE Church Mission Church d SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
2645 Pebble Hill Rd P.O. Box 458 5180 Hwy 273, P.O. Box 40 6902 Brushy Pond Rd
Marianna, FL 32448 526-2232 Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4426 Campbellton, FL 32426 263-0333 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 Emmanuel SDA Church
Newr Beginning Outreach Ministries, Inc. Friendship Christian Methodist NON-DENOMINATIONAL Praise Life Ministries 4531 Basswood Rd
2254 Magnolia Dr. Episcopal (CME) Church 7360 Hwy 90,P.O. Box 177
Cottondale, FL 32431 (850) 352-4733 5411 Avery Rd, P.O.Box 302 2nd Chance Ministries 7 H O B 1
New Beginnings Worship Center Campbellton, FL 32426 263-1111 2840 McPhersoe St
1165w Hieghwnay r 69raceUethoMarianna,FFL 32446 557-9885 Prayer Temple Church Of Prayer For All .4878 Highway 90
1165 Highway 69 Grace United Methodist People Marianna, FL 32446 526-2487
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 4203 W Kelson-Ave Believers.Outreach Ministry 3341 Plantation Circle WEsEN
592-5791 www.nbworship.com Marianna, FL 482-4753 3471 Hwy 90 W Marianna, FL 32446 482-3343ESLEYAN
New Life Family Church Grand Ridge United Methodist Church Marianna, FL 32446 352-4926 Shady Grove Pentecost Holiness Salem Wesleyan Church
4208 Lafayette St 6911 Iowa St Cypress Creek Community Church 7541 Shady Grove Rd 2 Sneads, FL 32460 (850) 593-6679
Marianna, FL 32446: 526-2132 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 1772 Macedonia Fd, PO Box 496 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-6203 r a gmLco
Resurrection Life Christian Fellowship Greater St. Luke AME Church Alford, FL 32420 638-0360 irquomai@gmail.com
International 5255 11th Ave, P.O. Box 176 Ever Increasing Word of Faith Ministries
2933 Madison St Malone, FL 32445 569-5188 3749 Skyview Rd
Marianna, FL 4526-2617 Greenwood Chapel AME Marianna, FL 32446 526-4704
The Bridge Church 5426 Fort Rd
2515 Commercial Park Dr Greenwood, FL 32443.* 594-1112 Faith CornerstoneChurch Ministries
Marianna, FL 32448 209-2733 Greenwood United Methodist Malone, FL 32445 569-5600d
4220 Bryan St
HOLINESS Greenwood, FL 32443 594-5755 Foundation Temple Apostolic Faith
Emmanuel Holiness Church Henshaw Chapel AME Church 3341 Tendell Rd
2505 Sandridge Church Rd 2370 Glastel St, P.O. Box 535 Cottondale, FL 32431 352-3884
Sneads, FL 32460 593-5167 Cottondale, FL 32431 875-2610 o ,5
Hickory Level Community Church Jerusalem AME Church Glass Community Church
1221 Dipper Rd 2055 Hwy 73 4005 Veteran's Rd
Marianna, FL 32448 Marianna, FL 32448 482-5085 Cottondale, FL 32431
482-4696 or 482-2885 McChapel AME Church (850) 272-7205 (850) 263-6715
Oak Ridge Freewill Holiness Church 4963 Old U.S. Rd Haven of Rest Church of Restoration
2958 Milton Ave Marianna, FL 569-2184 Worship Center
Marianna, FL 573-7684 Mt. Olive AME Church 2261 Haven of Rest Rd
Sneads Community Church 2135 Fairview Rd Cottondale, FL 32431
1948 Desoto Ave P.O. Box 1349 Marianna, FL 32448 482-7917 Heaven's Garden Worship Center
Sneads, FL 32460 593-5650 Mt. Shiloh AME Church 3115 Main St
6702 Biscayne Rd Cottondale, FL 32431
LATTER-DAY SAINTS Bascom, FL 32423 569-1044 (850) 579-9936 www.aidaspina.org
Church of Jesus Christ of New Bethel Christian Methodist Ingathering Worship Center
Latter-Day Saints Episcopal Church 2990 Heritage Rd
3141 College St 2487 Hwy 1 Marianna, FL 32448 658-8489
Marianna, FL 32446 482-8159 Campbellton, FL 32426 263-4647 www.ingatheringworshipcenter.com

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Gov. Scott will release details about his finances
TheAssociated Press Scott's campaign manager Me- he received permission from blindtrustprovisiongoesagainst signed to affect the outcome of
lissa Sellers wrote a letter to the the state's ethics commission to the "Sunshine Amendment" that Scott's re-election. -
TALLAHASSEE Florida Gov. Secretary of State on Thursday set up a blind trust to remove was adopted by the state's voters Also supporting the legal chal-
Rick Scott is promising to re- saying "whatever the rules are, direct control over his financ- in 1976. The amendment pushed lenge of the ethics law are the
lease his tax returns and hand the governor will gladly comply es in order to avoid potential by the Democratic governor League of Women Voters and
over whatever financial details with them." conflicts. marked the first time elected of- several news media organiza-
the courts require. "If the courts believe the trust A new ethics law passed last ficials were required to disclose tions, including The Associated
His promise came a day after a should be dissolved, all assets year by the Florida Legislature their finances. Press.
lawsuit was filed that challenges will be disclosed in accordance authorizes blind trusts, but says The lawsuit calls on the Su- When Scott first sought office,
a year-old state law that allows with the law for qualifying," that public officials who set preme Court to strike down the he reported a net worth of $218
elected officials to place their wrote Sellers. them up must disclose the ini- law-and to block any candidates million. Last summer, he listed a
assets in a blind trust instead of The campaign also said Scott tial assets placed in the account. from qualifying for the ballot net worth of nearly $84 million
reporting each investment pub- would publicly release his Scott last summer -disclosed unless they file a full disclosure as of the end of 2012.
licly. The state Supreme Court tax returns although they did what assets were included in the of all their finances. Financial None of Scott's annual finan-
has been asked to rule before not specify when that would account as of 2011, but declined disclosures are usually submit- cial disclosures since becoming
candidates start qualifying for occur. to reveal any information about ted during June qualifying, governor have included any-
the ballot next month. During his first run in 2010, more recent holdings. Top legislative leaders who thing about the assets owned
Scott, who was a wealthy busi- the Republican released three Jim Apthorp, who was chief had pushed the state's new eth- by his wife of 41 yearswho con-
nessman before seeking office, years oftaxreturns and alengthy of staff for the late Gov. Reubin ics law questioned the timing of tributed nearly $13 million out
is the only elected official using list of all his business holdings. Askew, filed an emergency peti- the lawsuit and called it a "cyni- of her trust account to help her
a blind trust. But shortly after he took office, tion this week that contends the cally-timed political ploy" de- husband get elected.



Salute the Wounded 5K


Fun Run Challenge set
Special to the Floridan 31 at Citizen's Lodge Park in Marianna.
Registration will start at 7 a.m. and the
Dayspring Christian Academy's K4B competitive run will start at 8 a.m. There
class, taught by Miss Kristen, is hosting will be a fun Run for those who don't wish
a 5K Fun Run Challenge for their class to be competitive following the first race.
service project. Their service project is to Registration is $25. You can go to www.
support their service men and women. dayspringchristianacademy.cc to down-
They have done various things thtough- load a registration form or visit www.ac-
out the year for their service project, and tive.com and search our event to register
they are planning to end the year with a online. There is a $3.25 convenience fee
big bang! They are hosting the first ever for online registrants.
Salute the Wounded 5K Fun Run chal- The course is on all different terrain,
lenge. The proceeds from the event are and there will be 7-10 obstacles. This will THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
going to the Warrior Beach Retreat in be a fun and challenging even. You won't Julie Schenecker wipes her face with a tissue as she listens to her defense attorney give
Panama City. This is a faith based retreat want to miss it. After the races are fin- closing arguments before Judge Emmett Lamar Battles on Thursday in Tampa. Schenecker,
for wounded veterans and their care giv- ished, there will be an obstacle course set 53, is accused of killing her two teenage children Calyx, 16, and Beau, 13, in 2011.
er. Their purpose is to give these warriors up for any of the kids that are there to go
hope, and to show them that their sacri- on. If you have any questions, please con-
fice was not made in vain. tact Kristen Sylvester at salutethewound-
The challenge will be Saturday, May ed5K@gmail.com. M om guilty f ing


State Biefs her teenage children
Lotto suspends 11 retailers' get fast-tracked to U.S. residency and
from selling tickets citizenship. Hernandez came in 1965
with his mother and assumed she filed The Associated Press enjoying everything and from such severe depres-
TALLAHASSEE The Florida Lottery immigration papers. When he entered anything that heaven has sion and mnic depression
has suspended 11 retailers from selling the military, he recalls taking two oaths, TAMPA A 53-year- to offer..Jesus is protecting that she didnt understand
game tickets as part of an ongoing fraud one to become a soldier and another old former military them and keeping them what she was doing.
investigation. to become a citizen. He never worried linguist and longtime safe until we get there." "Her mind is clouded.
Officials announced Thursday all lot- about receiving a certificate. Nobody Army officer's wife was Parker Schenecker and She didr't choose this
tery equipment was being removed and ever asked for it. :convicted Thursday of his mother looked sadand illness .-- it chose her,"
game terminals shut off at each store. U.S. Citizens and Immigration Services first-degree murder, with exhausted as the verdict Spradley said. "When she
The retailers include seven stores in Spokesman Christopher Bentley said jurors rejecting the argu- was read. Julie Scheneck- wasn'tsick, she was a good
the Tampa Bay area. The other four were Thursday his agency is reviewing the ment that she was legally er's sister cried softly. mother."
scattered across different regions of the case and will meet with Herandez. insane ihen she shot All six mental health ex- Experts testifying for the
state. When an error is discovered, either and killed her 13-year- perts who testified said prosecution say the long-
Authorities say their investigation t h the ap er s iscovered, ei ther old son and 16-year-old Schenecker was mentally time military wife was
determined fraudulent activity involving oug the appeals process or by other daughter more than ill, but three experts called calculating and deliberate
the sale or redemption of Lottery tickets diithe er o
the sale or redemption of Lottery tickets meanwe work diligently to review the three years ago. by prosecutors said she when she bought the .38-
may have taken place at the sites. case and take steps to correct the error ulie Schenecker wiped was legally sane when she caliber handgun days be-
The suspensions are temporary and preven simila issues from ccur- her nose and eyes, then shot her children. fore the killings, along with
while the Florida Lottery continues its ring in the future," he said. the bailiffs handcuffed Defense attorneys said more-lethal hollow bullets.
investigation. her as the verdict was Schenecker is so affected But in her journal, she la-
Riccisaid Hernandez's years of service read after. just over an by bipolar disorder and mented the three-day wait
Tornado spottednearin the military and his work guarding hour of deliberations, depression that she doesn't for a background check,
o o criminal, including Oklahoma City She started to cry. She know right from wrong. writing she had planned a
flights disrupted bomber Timothy McVeigh, should be was sentenced to two life Under Florida law, the in- weekend massacre.
MIAMI Severe weather in Miami rewarded not punished.Yet she said in terms to be served at the ability to tell right from Prosecutor Jay Pruner
spawned one confirmed tornado and is recent months, officials had been asking same time. wrong is one of the criteria told jurors in his closings
disrupting air travel. detailed questions about why Hernandez Schenecker, killed her for a not guilty by reason of that Schenecker was "des-
The NationalWeather Service reported voted, suggesting they might be interest- daughter, Calyx, and son, insanity plea. perate, depressed, angry,
a tornado briefly touched ground Thurs- edin filing charges related to voter fraud. Beau, in January 2011 Her attorney, Jennifer but verydetermined." He
day at about 2:30 p.m. one mile west of "I'm hopeful and optimistic, but it's while her now ex-Army Spradley, told jurors they said she was despondent
MiamiInternationalAirport. cautious optimism," she said. officer husband, Col. needed to do is consider over what she thought was
A second funnel cloud was spotted Parker Schenecker, was Schenecker's state of mind the inevitability of divorce
about 20 minutes later. There were no Officials: 2 dead after on a 10-day deployment when she pulled the trig- from her husband of 20
immediate reports of damage. disturbance at Fla. marina to the Middle East. ger, that she was sffering years.
All tornado warnings were canceled by Before the judge sen-
about 3:15 p.m. FORT MYERS BEACH Two people tenced her, Schenecker
Poor visibility kept planes from taking are dead and a third hospitalized after said, she takes respon-
off or landing at Miami International a disturbance at a southwest Florida sibility for what she's FAMIlY OWNlfD & OPERATED
Airport for over an hour. Airport spokes- marina. done. Charles E. Ken, Sr. Owner, LFD
woman Maria Levrant says 31 incom- The Lee County Sheriff's Office says the Through tears she said, Charles Kent, Sr. Owner, LFD
ing and departing flights have been incident happened at Salty Sam's Marina "I know I shot my son Charles E. Kent Jr., LFD
canceled. Another 54 flights have been on San Carlos Island. and daughter. I don't
delayed. A marina employee told The News-Press know why. But I have 3960 Lafayette St. 526-5059
a resident living on a boat heard shots time to try to understand www.mariannachapelfh.com
Immigration officials review and called 911. that."
mistaken citizenship Emergency crews were on the If she had been acquit-
scene. The U.S. Coast Guard is also ted by reason of insanity,
MIAMI- Immigration authorities said investigating. she would be committed
Thursday that they are reviewing the case A spokeswoman for the sheriff's office ato a mental hospital un-
of an Army veteran and Cuban native said there was a small fire on the boat til doctors and a judge
who recently discovered he is not a U.SF and that search warrants were also being agree that she is no lon-
citizen. served on the vessel. ger a danger to herself or
Mario Herandez served in the Army others.
during the VietnamWar and worked for Injured turtle rescued She also said shie be-
the Department of Justice's Bureau of lieved in the U.S. judicial
Prisons using a Social Security number from hospital boat basin system andwould accept
he received when he arrived in the coun- MARATHON- An injured green sea her sentence.
try as a child. The 58-year-old Tallahassee turtle has been rescued from the boat Earlier, prosecutors
man always thought he was a U.S. citizen -basin of the Turtle Hospital in the Florida said Schenecker wrote
and repeatedly voted. It was only last Keys. in her journal that she
fall when he sought a passport to take a The 46-pound reptile was plucked from wanted to kill herself and
cruise with his wife that he discovered the water Thursday and taken to the wanted to be cremated s a a
the authorities did not list him as a citi- hospital's emergency room. with her children, their .
zen or a permanent resident. Suddenly, Officials said the turtle was entangled ashes mixed together.
he was in limbo and under investigation i fiil ad m ts ntale She mentioned that she .
by the U.S. government. fip lie d t lnt l was going totry to move
"I served this country," Hernandez said. fipper, likely severed by the lineher_ son's body into her .
"I've always tried to prove I'm a good has approximately 10. Fibropapilloma tu- bed and wanted to die
American citizen. I have always taught mors on it, caused by a herpes-like virus. next to him.
my children and grandchildren we need Hospital staff has drawn blood and Before she was sen-
to be good stewards of this country. My taken X-rays for further evaluation, tenced, she talked about
parents came for freedom. We owe a lot It's the second time since the hospital her children. : g
to this country." opened in 1986 that a turtle in need has "I know our children
Hernandez's attorney Elizabeth Ricci swum into the facility's small harbor. are in heaven. I want *
said they planned to meet with officials In 2009, a loggerhead was admitted for people to tryto find com-
Tuesday in Tallahassee. an intestinal infection and released 10 fort in believing as I do
Since the Cuban revolution, those who weeks later. that they are in no pain
_Ileave the communist island generally From wire reports and they are alive and

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Fw in Wiggins' estimation, would Obituaries
be the ability to negotiate the
project's "Guaranteed Maximum James &Lipford
From Page 1A Price," which could thwart bud- Funeral Home
5390 Cotton St.
project than the district's newest get overages, a concern for any Gracevile, 32440
school, Marianna High School, school district, especially one 850 263-3238
rhich is located near the pro- heading into build this size. jamesandlpford@yahoo.com
posed build site for the new Wiggins and Donofro want the
campus. board to approve advertising re- Harry Farris
A CM, which is chosen through quests for proposal for construc-
a qualifications-based selection tion managers at next week's Harry Farris, 63 of
process rather than the tradi- board meeting. Asked if the tim- Graceville, passed away
tional low-bid process most ing of the vote was crucial to the Wednesday, May 14, 2014
board members were familiar project moving forward, Wiggins at his residence.
with, would oversee all aspects said that delaying the decision Harry was born in
of construction while allow- was possible, but an okay from Dothan, Alabama on Octo-
ing district officials more qual- the board on Tuesday could ber 16, 1950. A 1969 gradu-
ity control throughout, Donofro mean more lobbying power in ate S of Gracevi w in tgh
hgooSchool, Harry was in the
said. Tallahassee. Having the CM pres- U.S. National Guard for
While some board members ent whenthe project is presented several years. He was
expressed concerns that using a to DOE in August, he said, would owner/operator of Farris
CM would inflate overall project enhance the district's chances of Trucling, Inc., and RTM
costs, when compared to what getting the state to fund it. And Services. Harry. aka "Ellis
Donofro described as a typical to make that happen, the board Creel" enjoyed the. great
"design-bid-build" process used would need to act soon. outdoors. He truly had the
in most smaller construction On a related matter,' the school gift of gab and enjoyed ev-
projects, he catalogued a list of district is ready to send a letter .' ery minute of talking!!!
what he saw as benefits to going to the Office of Educational Fa- ae1. R Celebrating His Life, 10
to CM route, Which had more to cilities in Tallahassee, formally ANGIECOOK/FLORIDAN .m.4 atthe Chapel ofames
Sdo with quality control than get- requesting funding for the K-8. Iaul Donofro Jr., lead architect on the Jackson K-8 school project, addresses Lipford Fue neral Ho mes
ting the absolute lowest cost. The board will vote on that next the school board members during their monthly workshop, Thursday, May 15, with Rev. Add Fis H bard
A key benefit to hiring a CM, week as well. in Marianna. and Wendell Dinkins offi-
ciating. Burial will follow in
Springhill United Method-
State Brief its bigger goal for 2014. He's we have stationed in the ist Cemetery with James &
l 0hoping some fellow corpo- store," he said. "It was an Lipford Funeral Home in
Coucil of 100 takes back m Pae rate sponsors will step up to outstanding experience Graceville directing. Family
invitation to hear Crist From Page 1A give in increments of about to be in the childres area will receive friends at the
to be in theeral home Friday,
TALLAHASSEE The Council of 100 re- guessing, and was hooked up $150 that's about how at Shands. It was like an funrto 7 p.m Flers ac
scinded an invitation for former Gov. Charlie to all this tubing. It got real much:the special wagons and amusement park hospital, cepted or those wishing
Crist to speak at its meeting in Orlando on emotional for me. I turned a load of toys cost, he said. and it's really exciting to be can make memorials to the
Thursday and Crist believes it's because around and said, 'So this is .But he said everydaycus- part of this wagon cam- Campbellton First Method-
Republican Gov. Rick Scott didn't want him what the wagons are for.' I tomers have already made paign. I won't forget what ist Church or Covenant
there. thought they were just things a big difference. Together I saw there, the calming Hospice.
The policy advisory group told Crist two to give the kidss." they've contributed almost effect thosewagons had Preceded in death by his
days efore the meetinghat it no longer As it turns out, the children $6,000 already About $4,000 on the children and even father Phillip Farris.
wanted him speaking at the meeting. He was who use the wagons do get has come quarter-by-quarter their parents, who were Suived by his beloved
scheduled to speak at 11 a.m., three hurs to take them home if they at the.registers, where clerks able to reassure their kids Wife oFars LretJo
after Scott addressed the group survive and are released to ask if a customer is willing to who were going to places d Farris, G ; mson o
"I can't helpbut to think it was Rick Scott," go home, Gilmre learned, chip that much or more into where they were going to Oud Faris, Campbellton,
Crist told reporters outside the meeting. "I but the value of the wagons the cause. have some scarexperi- FL; three brothers Larry
don't think he wants to hear what I want to is much greater than he had And then there's greeter ences. Were about a third Farris(Janice), Sneads, FL,
say. I mean, I'm telling the truth about him." imagined. After he realized Charlotte Brown and her of the waywe need to go, Donald Farris (Linda),
Crist is seeking the Democratic nomina- the comfort and security and little buddy, "Charlie," a life and we're going to get there Johnny Farris (Vicki),
tion to face Scott. He served as a Republican, precious sense of normalcy like doll she cradles in her with our customers' help. Campbellton; mother-in-
governor, but left the party in 2010 and they could provide a child arms as she mans the store I know it. If the customers law and' father-in-law
registered as a Democrat in December'2012, in medical peril, Gilmore entrance. The sight..as she going through the lines Catherine Ward Taylor and
11 months before announcing plans to seek ramped up his commitment., had hoped, gets the attention every day drops a quarter J. Taylor; Graceville; spe-
'cial ,niece Kayla, Farris
his old job with his new party. Instead-of sending 13 wagons of some curious customers or a dollar in, we'll raise Whitehead; several other
Council Chairman Steven Halversn said filled with toys, Gilmore is who wind up contributing that moneyAd ifweet nieces nephews and cos-
the group decided it anted speakers to hoping the local Walmart then and there as they coe some sizeablecorporate ins.
stick to policy.issues. customers will help him in or-leave the store, Her per- contributions,we'll take Expressions of sympathy
"As our meeting schedule developed, we send 15 instead, to help the sonal campaign has raised those names and put them can be made at http:/!ww
wanted to ensure our policy meetings re- regional Walmart exceed the more than $2,500 of the total. with th the wagons when we w.jamesaridlipford.com/
mained policy focused and not evolve into a company's per-region goal of Gilmoresaid she came up. load them up in a semi Jaes & Sikes
political event. We then sought out Governor. 100 wagons filled with toys. with the idea herselflast year truck and deliver them." Funeral Home
Crist, who graciously accepted our apology On top of that, he wants to and launched it in 2013 with Gilmore.said the store is MaddoxChapel
for aly inconvenience we may have cased," raised at least $20,000. The his approval., She was eager also holding cookouts for 4278 Lafyette Street
Halverson said in an email. campaign started May 1, and to bring Charlie back when the cause on Fridays and Marianna, F32446
Crist is an honorary member of the group the store has until June 11 to May 1 rolled around. Saturdays in the parkingl: 850.482.2332
and is allowed to attend the meetings as a make that happen. "Charlotte right now is my outsidethe store through http://www.jamesand
former governor, Halverson sail, adding He said the local store idol," Gilmore said. "Our cus- the weekend preceding sikesfuneralhomes.com/
that the decision to rescind theinvitation to. raised between $4,000 and tomers have been so giving June 11, offering $2.50
speak was solelyhis. $5,000 last year and that it is at checkout, too, or dropping .meals of hotdogs, sodaand John Farrell
From Wire reports about a third of the way to change in a couple of buckets chips. Scott-

Funeral services Will be
JACKSON COUNTY ROAD STATUS UPDATES 10 a.m. Friday, May 16,
14 2014`, at First Baptist
n hurch of Marianna. Burial
RA PORTION CURRENTSTATUS NOTES will follow in the Alford
Baker reek Rd at bridge Closed to Thru Traffic Usextreme Caution ater Ove City Cemetery.
Bevis Rd Closedto Thru Traffic Use Extreme Caution Water Acrdss Rd
Birchwood Rd btwn Raylene Rd Express Rd CLOSED Water On Rd
Church St to Hwy 69 CLOSED Water On Rd
Biscayne Rd btwn Sunlight Rd & Snowhill Rd Closed to Thru Traffic Use Extreme Caution Water Over Rd
Blount Rd btwn Brusley Poend Rd Old Spanish Tr Closed to Thru Traffic Use Extreme Caution W.ater Over Rd ArtisticDesigns nimited ic.
Blueberry Dr Shady Grove Road to -10 CLOSED Water On Rd Your Local FloristandGifts
Brushey Pond Rd Betty Rd to Hwy 69 CLOSED ater On Rd 2911 jefferson St. Marianna
Carefree Rd CLOSEDater Over Rd 50-372-4456
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Flare-up keeps San Diego fire situation tenuous

The Associated Press among agencies and the Bortisser said the fire was
bravery shown by fire- running east along hill-
SAN MARCOS, Calif. fighters, not everyone was sides behind California
Firefighters aided by calm- n pleased. State University, San Mar-
er winds made progress Greg Saska stood in front cos, which canceled grad-
Thursday against a series of his charred Carlsbad uation ceremonies be-
of wildfires burning across home Thursday in sandals cause of the danger from
San Diego County, and that showed his soot-cov- the flames.
authorities collected clues ered feet. He said he was The 1 1/2-square-mile
and solicited the public's not impressed with the fire blaze was only 5 percent
help to determine what response. contained by late Thurs-
caused so many blazes to "I don't want to com- day afternoon.
occur simultaneously. i plain, but I wish they had Firefighters have been
While some of the nine V just made a little more ef- contending with swelter-
fires were extinguished fort to put the fire out," ing heat in their fight to
and thousands of people Saska said. "The end of the contain flames fueled by
were able to return to their house ... was still burning brush and trees left brittle
homes, the San Marcos' And they (firefighters) just by drought. Temperatures
blaze roared back in the left. And I'm just kinda go- on Thursday ranged from
afternoon. Flames raced .. L. ing, 'What would've been the high 90s to 100.
along scrubby hillsides the big deal to stay here Calmer winds allowed
as massive black plumes THEASSOCIATEDPRESS another 10 minutes and aircraft to make a heavy
filled the skies. A Riverside firefighter covers the face of another firefighter as they work a wildfire Thursday in put that out totally?' I just contribution to the fire-
Smoke limited visibil- Escondido, Calif. One of the nine fires burning in San Diego County suddenly flared Thursday don't get it." fighting efforts. Four air
ityto a few feet at times in afternoon and burned close to homes, trigging thousands of new evacuation orders. The flare-up in San Mar- tankers and 22 military he-
the city of 85,000 about 35 cos ran up. a slope in a licopters were being used,
miles north of San Diego. The fires has destroyed at tions and unusually high with any information. heavily vegetated area but in addition to local agency
On one street, five horses least eight houses, an 18- temperatures made the Since the fires began with no wind on it. The helicopters.
wandered nervously in unit condominium com- area ripe for wildfires, Tuesday, 125,000 evacua- fire was being driven by Ten of the military heli-
a paddock as firefighters plex and two businesses, there are suspicions that tionnoticeshavebeensent. fuel and topography, said copters were being used to
worked to protect nearby and has burned more than at least some of the blazes Schools across the county Division Chief Dave Allen battle a blaze that grew to
homes and barns. 15 square miles, causing might have been set. Gore were shut down, and the of the California Depatt- almost 9 1/2 square miles
Sheriff Bill Gore said the more than $20 million in said arson is being looked Legoland amusement park ment of Forestry and Fire on the Marine Corps'
flare-up prompted more damage so far.Most of the at but so are many other had to close Wednesday It Protection. Camp Pendleton. Despite
than 13,000 new evacua- damage was in San Marcos possibilities, such as sparks reopened Thursday. "It's created its own its growth, the fire was 20
tion notices and served as a and Carlsbad. No major from vehicles. While local authorities weather pattern there as it percent contained and
"reminder to everybodyjust injuries were reported. He encouraged the pub- congratulated themselves sucks oxygen in," he said. was no longer considered
how volatile this can be." While drought condi- ic to contact 'authorities for the cooperative effort State fire Capt. Kendal a threat to communities.


Fast-food worker protest


effort goes international
We jus The Associated Press McDonald's in the coun- week.
try prevents workers from Still, fast-food workers
NEW YORK -L Labor protesting the chain. Rant- L have historicallybee con-
organizers turned up zau, who earns about $21 sidered difficult to union-
the pressure on McDon- an hour under the agree- ize, since many are part-
ald's and other fast-food ment, said she and others timers who don't stay on
chains to raise worker planned to demonstrate the job for long. But sup-
Spay on Thursday, with outside Burger King or poters say that is chang-
plans to stage actions in other restaurants and post ing, with more people rely-
more than 30 countries. photos on social media. ing on uchjobs to support
The demonstrations Images on social media families. Last week, work-
build on a campaign, by showed workers demon- ers and union representa-
S. unions to bring attention strating in places includ- tives from countries in-
to the plight of low-wage ing Dublin and Sao Paulo, cluding Argentina, China,
workers 'and get the pup- Brazil. El Salvador,. France,h Ire-
lic behind the idea of a In NewYork City, a couple land and the United King-
$15-an-hour wage. hundred -demonstrators dom met in NewYork City
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS Industry groups say beat drums, blew whistles to strategize for the day of
From left, Lara Russo, Cally Guasti and Reese Werkhoven sit on a couch in their apartment i such pay hikes would and chanted in the rain global actions.
t New Paltz, N.Y. on Thursday. The roommates purchased it at a Salvation Army store and found hurt their ability to cre- outside. a Domino's for McDonald's, which has
$40,800 stashed inside. After finding a deposit slip, they returned the money to the 91-year-old ati jobs ad note that but a o ong mre than 3,0 lca d-
ate jobs and note that about a half hour. Ari8o) g more than 35,0001 lo5a-
upstate New York widow who had hidden it there. many of the participants those who took turns tions globally said in a
are not workers. speaking were local law- statement that the debate
o The protests are being makers, community lead- over wages needed to take
backed by the Service ers and fast-food workers. into account 'the highly
Employees International "Corporations are able competitive nature of the
Union and began in New to make money mil- industries that employ
York City in late 2012; lions and billions of dol- minimum wage workers."
Since then, organizers lars. We should be able to The National Restaurant


March. They noticed the was a deposit slip with a In March, for instance, mother of four who works their own agenda."
NEW PALTZ, N.Y. For arm cushions were weirdly woman's name on it. Werk- lawsuits filed in three at a KFC.
all the screaming and car- lumpy. Then, one night in hoven called her the next states accused McDon- In Philadelphia, 19-year-
rying on, their neighbors April, one of them, State morning. ald's of denying breaks old JusticeWallace said she FO R HIM
thought they'd won the lot- University of New York at "She said, 'I have a lot of and engaging in other earns $7.50 an hour and
tery. Butitwas alumpyold New Paltz student Reese money in that couch and practices that deprive was on strike because she
sofa stuffed with $40,000 Werkhoven, opened a zip- I really need it,"' Guasti employees of their right- wants $15 an hour and a
in cash that had three per on one arm andfound said. 'ful pay. Workers were union.
young roommates raising an envelope. They drove to the home referred to lawyers by "It's a poverty wage. We
a ruckus. It contained $4,000 in of the woman, whoturned union organizers, who can't live off of it," she said.
And here's the other side bubble-wrapped bills. out to be the elderly wom- announced protests over Although many custom-
of the ticket: They returned Guasti, Werkhoven and an. She cried in gratitude "wage theft" the follow- ers say they're not aware
the money to the 91-year- roommate Lara Russo when they gave her the ing week. of the ongoing actions, the
old widow -whose couch opened the other arm zip- cash she had hidden away. Organizers say work- campaignhascapturedna- The uo cutrn
had been given away. per and started mining The woman's family ers went on strike in 150 tional media attention at a The ulova
"We just pulled out enve- the treasure stashed in- had donated the couch to U.S. cities on Thursday time when the income gap Calibrator
lopes and envelopes," said side. They counted it up: the Salvation Army while including 20 at a restau- between the rich and poor The world's first automatic
Cally Guiasti, a social work- $40,800. she was having health rant in St. Louis that had has widened and executive timepiece that gives you
er with Family of Wood- "Honestly, I was a little problems. to temporarily close as a pay packages have come the power to fine tune its
stock who shares an apart- overwhelmed," Russo said. "It's not our money, said result. But turnouts have under greater scrutiny, accuracy.
ment with two friends in "I wanted to put it back in Werkhoven, of New York varied and the scope President Barack Obama atson
New Paltz, 75 miles north the couch and like re-find City. "We didn't have any of actions planned for has also been working to
of New York City. "My it in the morning when I right to.it." overseas also differed de- raise the federal minimum GEoLars
mouth was literally hang- can process it better." Guasti said the cash sim- pending on'the country, wage to $10.10 an hour. Yout Hometown Jeweler
ing open everybody's Gausti said they spread ply wasn't theirs: "I think In Denmark, McDon- The current rate of $7.25 e-Est. 1971
was-itwas anunfathom- the money on the bed and if any of us had used it, ald's worker Louise Ma- anhourtranslates to about watsoniewelers.com
able amount." started counting, it would have felt really rie Rantzau said a col- $15,000 a year, assuming 850.482.4037
Guasti told The Associat- "And we were scream- wrong." lective agreement with a person works 40 hours a
ed Press on Thursday that ing," she said"In the morn-
she and her friends had ing, our neighbors were Support the local charity that
bought the beat-up couch like, 'We thought you won
arid a chair for $55 at a Sal- the lottery.'" supports our local community."
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ptimi st rallies past Peoples

BY DUSTIN KENT out going for home for the final out pf Wierman hit one batter but struck
dkent@jcfloridan.com the inning. out two to get out of the top of the fifth,
Optimist came back in the bottom of and she came back in the bottom of
Optimist rallied back from a 2-0 defi- the third with a two-out rally, as Kinsey the inning to create the game-winning
cit to score two runs in the third inning Smith drew a walk and Ashlyn Wier- run.
and another in the fifth to beat Peoples man reached on an error to set up an Makenna Bishop led off with a walk
Funeral Homes 3-2 in five innings RBI single by Shaina Harvey. off of the new Peoples pitcher Bess,
Thursday evening at Optimist Park. Maddie Peeler also reached on an er- with Josie Granger and Smith getting
Peoples Funeral Home jumped out ror to bring Wierman to the plate to tie one-out walks to load the bases for
to the early lead after plating a pair of the game, with Peoples Funeral Home Wierman, who hit a ground ball to the
runs in the top of the second inning, as pitcher Kaley Dunn getting a ground first base side to allow Bishop to come
Lexie Spooner, EmilyAnn Roulah, and ball back to the mound and throwing home for the winning run.
Riley Commander all drew walks to to first to end the threat. Both teams will be back in action
load the bases, with another free pass Peoples left a pair of base-runners Monday, with Optimist taking on Fast
KRISTIECLOUo/FLORIDAN forcing Spooner home to make it 1-0. stranded in the top of the fourth and Lane Computors and Peoples Fu-
Ashlyn Wierman (13) pitches for Optimist on Jasmine Bess then hit a ground ball to Optimist wasted a lead-off single by neral Home going on the road to play
Thursday in the game against Peoples. Optimist bring another run home for the second Diamond Vann in the bottom of the Sneads.
won 3-2. run, with Commander getting thrown inning. Both games are at 5:30 p.m.

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Hernandez


Pirates seek balance chargedin2
more crimes

The Associated Press
BOSTON Aaron Hernandez
ambushed and shot to death two
men after a chance encounter
inside a Boston nightclub, pros-
ecutors said Thursday as they
announced new
murder charges
against the former
NFL star, who was
already awaiting
trial in another
shooting death.
Hernandez The victims
in the 2012 kill-
ing, Daniel de Abreu and Safiro
Furtado, were shot to death in a
car as they waited at a red light
on a July night in Boston's South
End neighborhood.
Suffolk District Attorney Dan-
iel Conley would not elaborate
on what happened in the night-
club, other than saying that the
encounter "triggered a series of'
events that ended in the mur-
ders." But he said that after the
men left, Hernandez followed in
an SU, then pulled up alongside
the vehicle and fired multiple
shots.from a .38-caliber revolver
into the passenger's side, kill-
ing de Abreu and Furtado, and
KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN wounding a third man. Two:
Devante Pettus waits for a pass from Brian Hamilton during a practice Thursday afternoon in Sneads. other passengers in the car were
uninjured.
Conley said there -was no evi-
Thomas wants improved passing attack in 2014 dene that Hernandez knew he
victims prior to that evening.
BY DUSTIN KENT season for the first time in a decade.. Irving, Terron Patrick and top returning Weeks after the double shoot-
dkent@jcfloridan.com '"By the fall I think we'll have a good receiver Devante Pettus all have drawn ing, Hernandez signed a five-
passing game," the coachsaid. "Rightnow praise for their improvement during the year dealworth about $40 mil-
When Bill Thomastook over the Sneads we're behind on it, we really are. It's going spring. lion with the New England
football program a year ago, he made it to take a lot of reps to get to where we But the success of the Sneads passing Patriots and went on to play 12
a point to try to establish a balanced of- need to be, but I believe I've seen enough game will still ultimately come down to games as a tight end that season.
fensive style that was just as comfortable to believe we'll get there. Our receivers are the play at the quarterback positionwhere A spokesman for the Patriots said
passing the ball as running. much better than they were last year. Thomas is still searching for answers. the teamhad no comment.
In a classification that doesn't typically "We've got two good running backs and Alphonso Brown is back after taking the Hernandez is already await-
feature many sophisticated passing at- it's hard' to block eight or nine guys in majority of snaps at QB a year ago, but he ing trial in the June 2013 shoot-
tacks, the ability to consistently beat the box, so if we can make themp pay for also split time at receiver and was sec- ing death of 27-year-old Odin
defenses through the air can be a big it when they do that or realize that they'll ond on the team in receiving yards and Lloyd near Hernandez's North
advantage. give up the home run if they put eight or tied for the team lead with two receiving Attleborough home and is being
Unfortunately for the Pirates, that didn't nine up there, then we'll be OK. Our run- touchdowns. held without bail after pleading
really materialize in Thomas' first season, ning backs are real good, but to be as good Thomas decided going iito the spring not guilty to murder in Lloyd's
with the team managing just 428 passinig as Iwant to be on offense, we have to de- to keep Brown almost exclusively at re- death.
yards on the season and ultimately rely- velop a passing game, especially with a ceiver, but the 6-foot-6 rising senior has "Under our system of justice,
ing on a dominant rushing attack that couple of new young linemen. Block six been making it difficult for the coach to Aaron Hernandez is innocent of
netted 278 yards per game, with Antwan or seven (defenders) is tough enough, but keep him from under center. these charges, and he looks for-
Durn and Javarris Goodson combining when you start putting eight in there it 'Alphonso is so much better right now ward to his day in court," said
for 2,224 yards and 22 touchdowns. makes it a lot harder." than he was last year at quarterback and his lawyers, Charles Rankin and
Sneads fell one win short of making the Durn and Goodson will still be major he's by far our best quarterback, but I James Sultan, in a statement. Al-
playoffs, and Thomas again is determined offensive threats for the Pirates and still still like him at receiver," the coach said. luding to a news conference held
this spring to establish a balanced offense likely their most consistent offensive byConleyto announce the charg-
that can get the Pirates backinto the post- weapons, while young receivers Jacore See SNEADS, Page 3B es, the attorneys said they would
not try the case in the media.
Conley said the investigation of
the Boston killings moved forward
BOWLING HONORS after the Lloyd case, which will be
tried separately in another Massa-
chusetts court. He noted the dis-
covery in Bristol, Connecticut, of
the car Hernandez was driving the
night the men died and the recov-
Sery of the alleged murder weapon
from an unnamed person with
ties to Hernandez.
Conley declined to saywhether
authorities suspected any con-
nection between the Boston and
North Attleborough shootings.
Hernandez is charged with two
counts of first-degree murder
and three counts of armed as-
sault with intent to murder, as
well as unlawful possession of
the gun used in the attack.
Conley said the notoriety sur-
rounding the former NFL star
played no role in the way the
SUBMITTED PHOTOS case was investigated.
"This was never about Aaron
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for kids ages 5 to 15 onFriday at Wynn Street Park
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f Cub in Maaa ames would have none .grabbed the ball but James
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SHeat. reached the Eastern THEASSOCIATEDPRESS since 2005. Paul Pierce
hon Conference finals for the Brooklyn guard Joe Johnson (7) reacts after Miami forar scored 19 and Deron Wil-
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info be ltat rallying past the Nets 96-94 NBA playoff series in Miami on Wednesday. who led by eight with 4:49
Son Wednesday night. and Allen hit the3-pointer were attacking. They made remaining- and didn't
DeFelix at 85, Miami led for only 32 that gave Miami its first plays, they made shots and score again until the final
aseconds after halftime and only lead since the we didn't." moments, after the Heat
the final 32 seconds. second quarter. The Heat For much of the night, put together a 12-0 run
North Flrid utu A-ar Se "It's always been like that won the series 4-1, afar cry Brooklyn was making that decided everything.
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scooseios fm the 10th straight series win "Give the Heat credit," from Johnson, a game- Eventually, Miami broke
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Florida All-Star. NBA champions. "They were attacking there shooting. He just never got Erik Spoelstra kept tell-
Si James scored 29 points, in the fourth quarter. We that 24th shot off. ing his team it would
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ner will be held May 24 following the 4 pa wnee ftd
foooree at Bulldog Stadium iThe Associated Press "tantalizing" opportunity.
eaturig the Cottfdale Hornets PsP tes He said it was "agonizing"
OAKAND, Calif. The to say no to Jackson "be-
I Golden State Warriors are cause of what I think of
taking another chance on him and whathe's done for
a television analyst 'and my career."
s reresenn a former NBA guard who has "I told Phil, 'I think I have
dr p d a never been a head coach at to pursue this other op
silentatio.any level. p ortunity, Kerr told the'
h The Warriors won the website. "He gave me his
members ie g the dnatio tie bidding war with the New blessing. He said. 'Go look
For more inf ti, c as ayo at 8 3 York Knicks for Steve Kerr at it, and do what was in
090 or Mark Bach at 386- on Wednesday, hiring my heart
him away from the' TNT Kerr, 48, said last month
Chipola baeal ca broadcast table to be their that he has wanted to
coach. Kerr agreediio to a THEASS PRESSLEcoach since stepping.
Chiplafive-year, $25 million fdeal Steve Kerr participates in a shooting contest with members of down after three seasons
p starting Je 9 and rning trogh J with Golden State, said his the VCU team in San Antonio on March 24,2011. as general manager. of
Sls agegent, Mike Tannenbaum. Phil Jackson: took over as the right move on many the Phoenix Suns in June
The Warriors confirmed team president in March. levels." He said his daugh- 2010. And while the lure
a the agreement Wednesday He won three titles playing ter plays volleyball nearby of rebuilding a ;flagship
night and said they will for Jackson in Chicago and at the University of .Cali- franchise with his mentor
introduce Kerr at a news .another two under Gregg fornia, Berkeley, his oldest at Madison Square Gar-
conference after the con- Popovich in San Antonio. son is in college in San Di- 'den looked appealing, the
e tract is complete. Kerr told' NBA.com, ego and his youngest son is chance to coach aWestern
Kerr had been in talks which, first reported' :the ajunior inhighschool. Conference contender in
with the Knicks aboiut be- agreement, that going to Kerr called the offer his home state proved'to
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playwithshorts ashirt aDonald Sterling
etsNBAlikely to win in legal fight


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hos the Pan dle Bass Chllenge, Fishing for garding the Clippers sale, it
ReelA cadre of attorneys and will be difficult for Sterling
nament on Jun at Lake Seminole at Seminole a flurry of lawsuits could 'to find a legal theory that
Lodge, certainly slow down the would stand up in court,
minim guaranteed first place prize of NBs plan to force Donald said Daniel Lazaroff, direc-
0 for the Big Sterling to sell the Los An- tor of the Sports Law Insti-
Fish Pot with $50 payback in prizgeles Clippers over his re- tute at Loyola Law School
proceeds ofis touramenti benefth cent racist comments, but in Los Angeles.
legal experts say the league Another question in-
would likely prevail in the volves California family
end. law. It's a communityprop,
And that goes for Ster- ertystate, meaningspouses
ling's wife, Shelly, who has jointly own property they
said she'd like to keep her THEASSOCIATEDPRESSFILE acquired while married.
stake in the team even if Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling looks(in during The Sterlings were already
her husband is ousted. the game against the Los Angeles Lakers in Los Angeles on _married when he bought
The NBA's constitution, Feb.25,2011. the Clippers in 1981.
which Donald Sterling tain basicunderstandings, image problem in the Although a potential di-
S signed as controlling own- That's what makes a sports midst of the NBA playoffs vorce could complicate
5 8at 850-09'09er of the Clippers, gives its league different from other that even President Barack the Clippets' sale, McCann
Board of Governors broad businesses." Obama remarked upon,. said the couple's joint
latitude in league deci- The key to the NBA's au- If Article 13(d) was vio- ownership actually works
Ssions including who owns thority, attorneys say, is lated, the legal experts to theNBA'sfavorbecause
S the teams. NBA Goimmis- Article 13(d) of the league's say the Board of Gover- -legally speaking they
kil Ju yi c sionerAdam Silver is push- constitution. That section nors has solid grounds to are a single entity. So if the
bosai irse1 ming for a swift vote against .says that, whether Ster- force Sterling to sell the NBA forced Donald Ster-
i d- a l Sterling, which requires a ling intended to or not, an team along with anyother ling to sell, even under a
minimum of three-fourths owner cannot "fail or re- owners, in this case his divorce scenario, Shelly
pm c dily ~of the other29 controlling fuse to fulfill" contractual wife. Sterling would have to
tkp tthe MMg na owners to agree. obligations to the NBA "in As long as the NBA me- sell, too. They have beern
s t oloigd s u 20 o ul Silver also has imposed such awayto affect theAs- ticulously follows its own married since 1955.
7 ~ ia lifetime ban on Sterling sociation or its members
aeand a $2.5 million fine. adversely."
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Shelly Sterling. Sterling's comments,, re-
"Sterling's own signature vealed in a recorded con-
SposiemSwill come back to haunt versation with a female
S him," said Michael Mc- companion, affected the
Cann, founding director of league adversely. They
S the Sports and Entertain- provoked threats of a play-
ment Law Institute at the er boycott, led sponsors
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fined Clippers head coach the Thunder's Reggie Jack- arthiroscopic surgery rehabilitationimmediately.
Doc Rivers $25,000 on son had knocked the ball METAIRIE, La. -The Evans played in 72 Sandra Ward Michael Bedsole Julie Basford Mary Lou Pattmore
Thursday for publicly out of bounds with 11.3 New Orleans Pelicans say games this season, averag- Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor
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in Los Angeles' 105-104 officials ruled it Oklahoma dergone minor arthroscop- 4.7 rebounds and 1.2 steals
loss to the Oklahoma City City ball. After going to ic surgery to clean out scar in 28.2 minutes per game. ,.
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Browns limiting access to Johnny Football

The Associated Press exercises and individual Jimmy Haslam said the
BER, Ohio drills.Also,first-yearBrowns team has told Manziel not
BEREA, Ohio The coach Mike Pettine has to expect anything other
Browns are tackling Man- rdecided to close Sunday's than a chance to compete
zielmania. Containing it practice to the media. for the starting job. If he
could be a lot tougher. Pettine has experience wants to be Cleveland's No.
In an effort to minimize with media mayhem. He 1 quarterback, he'll have to
the frenzy around quar- was on New York's coach- beat out Brian Hoyer.
terback Johnny Manziel, ing staff when the Jets ac- "He's not the starter,"
the Browns are limit- '* quired quarterback Tim Haslam said at a luncheon
ing media access to the Tebow and he wants the event in Canton. "Brian
first-round draft pick's Browns to get out in front Hoyer is our starting quar-
appearance this week- of any potential problems. terback. Johnny is the
end at the team's rookie "We have a plan for that," backup. They'll compete. If
minicamp. Pettine said of handling Johnnywins the job, fine. If
The Browns are only al- the hype around Manziel. not, Brian will be the quar-
lowing only local report- "We know it will bring a terback. That's the way it is
ers and maybe some lot of attention. We'll be in and that's the way it's been
select national ones to the business of controlling expressed to him. I think
be at the former Texas A what we can control." you'll see Johnny perform
A&M star's first practice It won't be as easy for the that way. Johnny wants to
as an NFL player. The Browns to handle things win games."
Browns selected Manziel IHEASSOCIATEDPRESS FILE during summer train- As for this weekend, the
in last week's draft, and al-" Cleveland quarterback Johnny Manziel answers questions during his introductory news ing camp, which will be Browns don't want Man-
ready the 21-year-old has conference at the team's facility in Berea, Ohio on May 9. open to the public and the ziel's celebrity to overshad-
brought long-sought at- determine who is allowed Browns have sold nearly availability in recent days. team's training facility will ow the other members of
tention to a sleeping fran- into the workouts. 3,000 season-ticket pack- After originally saying Sat- be swarmed upon by fans this year's draft class, in-
chise that has had just two Since drafting Manziel, ages and Manziel's No. 2 urday's practice would be The Browns are doing cluding Oklahoma State
winning seasons in the college football's biggest jersey is the most coveted open, reporters and pho- all they can to keep Man- cornerback Justin Gilbert,
past 15 years. star, the team has been fashion item in town. tographers will now only ziel from thinking he's the who was selected 13 picks
It's not clear what crite- inundated with interview The Browns have al- watch the first 15 minutes Browns' savior. ahead of the Heisman
ria the Browns are using to requests. Beyond that, the tered their practice when players do stretching Earlier this week, owner Trophy winner.



Kelly vows to beat cancer, preserve Bills future
The Associated Press "(Kelly tough) mean1 leased through his com- are going well, and I'm go- will be put on the market he's had several conver-
standing up and giving it pany, Jim Kelly Inc., and ing to beat this!" and could be sold by as sations with at least one
BUFFALO, N.Y The your all no matter what comes at an uncertain This is Kelly's second early as October. candidate, New York City
recurrence of cancer isn't comes your way, and stick- time for both Kelly and the bout with cancer in less A strict non-relocation developer Donald Trump.
tempering Jim Kelly's re- ing to your guns when it Bills. than ayear.In June, hehad clause essentially ties the Beyond that, Jim Kelly
solve to keep the Bills in comes to what you believe Kelly has spent the past surgery to remove cancer- Bills to playing at Ralph urged fans show their sup-
Buffalo. in," Kelly said. "For me, it six weeks receiving ra- ous cells from his upper Wilson Stadium through port and convince pro-
Citing a family motto of means staying tough to diation and chemother- jaw. A follow-up test in the 2019 season. There re- spective owners to keep
"Staying Kelly tough," the beat cancer. And. I want apy treatments for sinus March revealed that the main concerns a new own- the team in the region.
Hall of Fame quarterback everyone in Buffalo to join cancer. cancer had returned. er could relocate the team "The Buffalo Bills are
vowed Thursday he will me in being Kelly tough to "The cancer has been The diagnosis. came after that. a part of life here. They
beat cancer and preserve keep the Bills right where rough. It's hurt really bad," shortly before Bills owner Kelly remains interested brought me to Buffalo and
his former team's long- they belong: Here in west- he said. "I'm not out of the Ralph Wilson died, lead- in joining a prospective I love this community .so
term future at the same ern NewYork." woods by any means, but ing to questions about the ownership group. much that I stayed here to
time. The statement was re- we think the treatments franchise's future. The Bills Kelly's brother, Dan, said raise my family," he said.

Sneads the spring, you spend time be able to be physical and "Right now, I feel like bricksbelongwhere, which junior varsity house. We're
on your alignment and able to tackle and take on we're getting the founda- can build a varsity house getting therekbut of course
From Page lB finding out who is going to' blocks make blocks. tion built and seeingwhich and which belong on a it takes time."
"We're still splitting time *
with him right now. He
starts off every prac-
tice at receiver and .thent
we move him in (to play
QB)."
The Pirates have used
seven different signal-
callers during the spring,
though that competition
has been trimmed to three
with Brown, Pettus and
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the quarterback position," SALE FRIGIDAIRE DISHWASHER
Thomas said. But they're Heavy Duty, Delay Start,
both short and that takes SALE U FREEZER Regular Wash& Dry Cycle.
away my pocket passing 14 CU. FT. Compare at $219
game. BUNK BEDS I' i
"Alphonso is running the Compareat $399 RECLINERS UPRIGHT SALE 275
ball well, but he probably AChoice of patterns & styles FREEZERWOOD
doesn't run it as well as SALE96 EA PRICEDTO No Frost. DIt Ne
those two run it. He's not as COMPARE $398 With Four ChairsNew In Caton
elusive. He's hard to tackle, F DA MOVE Co29pare at $388
but he's not as elusive as LFT.
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the ball well, has more Compare at $369.' LIVINGR00M SUITE :
arm strength and accu- 268 T O P N Sofa & Loveseat.ChoiceofPaterns&
racy and he can stay in the SALE" Styles. Compare at $995.
pocket." PC. BEDROOM SALE$448
The coach said that if the SUITE Dresser Headboard
season started today that MiSUITE Dresseror, Headboard.
he would play all three at Was $499
quarterback and rotate S
them from series to series. 29
But there is a lot of time
between now and the fall, FRONT LOAD WASHERS
and the summer work- AND DRYERS
outs that feature more LARGEST SELECTION A
skill work and 7-on-7 drills Front Load Washers Start AtAMANA
usually allow for the most $ 0 388e- s. ELECTRIC RANGE`
progress in the passing 30 inch., plug In, storage drawers,
2 big eyes, 2 small eyes, new in carton
game. Front Load Dryers Start At ] [Icompare $450.
"You definitely get more $ 88 29995
accomplished in the sum- SALE
mer than you do in the .
spring," Thomas said. "It's
like building a house. You
have to start by building
the foundation and work (Across From Eye Center South)
your way up. In the spring, LARGEST SELECTION OF APPLIANCES & FURNITURE IN THE WIREGRASS!
YOUR FAMILY OINED & OPERATED STONE FOR OVER 47 YEARS SAME DaU DELIVERY NATIONWIDE SERVICE
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became a stepmom to my husband's to her room.
J three daughters. My concern is his old- I worrythat Kallie may be depressed or
est, "Kallie," who is 14. suicidal. I want her to see that our home
ALLEY0 JAK AND RE BENDER A few months ago, her father picked is a saf place. Her mother won't let us
SMALLEYO BY JACK AND CAROL her up for our weekend, and she was have her for any time beyond what the
S terribly sad. When he asked what was courts allow, which means counseling
T ', RR wrong, her younger sister piped up with, isn't going to happen. I'm sure we could
AA "Her girlfriend broke up with her." Kallie notify the school of our concerns, but
S thought her dad would be upset, because we fear it would make things worse. Any
her mother berated her and said that be- ideas?
Sing gay is wrong. --WORRIED STEPMOM
Kallie's current school district is more
., . iwell-to-do e than her previous one, and Dear Worried: Kallie knows that your
she is having a harder time fitting in. home is a safe place, which is:terrific
Howeeroo she has had two boyfriends. I for her. But she lives primarily,with her
MONTY BY JIM MEDDICK asked her whether she still wants to be mother. Could your husband, speak to his
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to church. Her father told her attending is, because surely she has many wonder-
church allows us to spend time together ful qualities. If she feels secure, the other
THAT A BABY BY PAUL TRAP but she does not have to go if it makes problems will work themselves out. And
her uncomfortable. She then told us that please contact PFIAG (pflag.org) for
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berate her for her beliefs. When' she Annie's Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell an'd Marcy
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GEERL__SEIANTIE MADDOX FARMS
TO R A C (barn or pastures) CoBu BE RIMT HEE IN THE
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The National Gospel Quartet Convention Excellent Care
Pigeon Forge, TN Sept. 21-25, 2014 C Also Paso Fino Horses FOR SALE INSALATON & MAINTENANCE
Amish Tour Ohio, Pennsylvania 334-791-0023 or 334-791-7312
Hershey Chocolate-Gettysburg Battlefield, PA SelgroVe Surveying & Mapping
Oct. 23 / Nov. 1, 2014 WNE FARM & GADE Snelgrove Surveying & Mapping
Christmas Spectacular Nashville, TN. N.Y. v Now Accepting Applications for a CAD
Radio City Rockettes Fantasy In Ice Technician. Experience is preferred, but
Dec. 12-14, 2014 For information: will consider those applicants with
Merita Stanley (850)594-9980 certification. Call 850-526-3991
Trying to Contact Johnny Curry Jr. Last known
US Army to please contact Tawana Gilbert C HOME GROWN. FRESH R Timbei Il
concerning a US Passport. 850-573-4741.

4275 Second Ave. by Golson Marianna
Sat. 17th. 7-? teen girls & adult clothes, H/H, A
books, plants, movies and more !! -----
4427 Woodbrook Dr. off Caverns Hwy. I rRAWPOqR A
Moving Sale: Sat. 17th. 7-10 furniture, dishes, 334-793-6690 DRIVERS
kids clothes, H/H and much more !! DRIVERSK
4485 Broad Street, Marianna Paper Transport, Inc has IMMEDIATE
Fri. May 16th & Sat. May 17th (7am-lpm) OPENINGS for CLASS A DRIVERS for
movie posters and much more! 2012 Tifton O#9 Hay ur DEDICATED ACCOUNTS.
OVERSTOCK SALE!!! rge t wrap HOMEWEEKL
NOW SELLING 1o0's of Misc. Items. No Touch SE Regional Freight
Antiques and Gifts! Reduced to 50% off $38 CMP + Bonuses
Misc. Furniture 30% off or -a- E 0
"BC booth" N D 18 Months Experience Required.
Backyard Treasure 2331 Ross Clark Cr. Poc :1 I |$1000 SIGN ON BONUS!
The Corner of Wynn Street and Clinton Street D o t Qualified Driver could be hired within a Week!
Mlarianna.Yard Sale, Sat, May 17, 7:30 am until. "- [ [_ 1 I
Lots of Furniture and Accent Pieces.
Perfect for those DIY projects you have
seen on Pinterest. Price to sell! Hay fo sale 4 M Srie
in Marianna NEED TO
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DIABETIC TEST STRIPS iIt's simple, call one of our friendly
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Wanted: Old Coins, Gold,: Beautiful Bermuda Coastal Hay
Diamonds, Guns, And Tools 4 Round Rolls $50 4 Square $5
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IO FOR. S Call 334-791-0023


: Cattle For Sale +leifers, 2- Dresser, good condition $30. each Diamond Plate Tool Box for small truck $75.3
St 3Bred Cows, Cow/Calf Pairs 850-592-2881. Ceramic Molds $15.850-592-2881
r: ad Bulls. Call 334-726-7520 China Cabinet $45. 2-Glider Rockers $35. ea. Keyboard, Yamaha piano style with stand, like
SLEEP I t I- ii IIIII-i Im i i 4000 wt. 8hp generator $250. 850-592-2881 new. $300. OBO. 9am -8pm. 850-693-4277

Kittens 7 available, weaned, litter trained, 8-10 Su do ku
weeks old. Playful, but very tame. 850-693-3486

AKC Reg. Collie Puppies (Lassie) 3-F, 4-M, evel: U 2 3
4 different colors, ready June 21st. S/W A -
parents on site. $400. 334-793-5891. Complete the grid so each row, column and
Now taking Deposits $100. -
Black Lab Mix. Handsome, smart, loving, play- A 3-by-3box (in bold borders) contains every digit
ful. Great Dog. Neutered. Free. 334-693-9097 0 1 to 9. For strategies on how to solve Sudoku,
Black Lab mix pup: 4 months. Playful, Sweet 'visit www.sudoku.org.uk.
boy. Free. 334-693-9097. o ^ n
FR E '.Rescued..DogsShots&fxed hSolution to Thursday's puzzle
Mixes MIxed Breeds, Coon Houunds,
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Pit Bull Terrier: Brindle, young, active, confi- 2 9 7 4 3 1 8 6 5
dent, playful. Neutered. Free. 334-693-9097' Q __
Pit Bull Terrier mix: Tan/white 3 yrs. Loves 3 5 4 6 7 8 2 9 1
human attention. Spayed. Free. 334-693-9097.
Rottweller mix: Black/tan, Spayed. Loves dogs. 0 ( 6 4 1 2 5 8 9
Special Placement. Free. 334-693-9097,
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2001 Bounder 37fL 51K mi. Honda 2012 Civic, 4 door, low miles, under war-
S300hp, Turbo Diesel, 6 sp. ranty, must sell. $200 down, $239 per month.
M_ LLAB ATs, GO CA RTS, GOLF CT S Allison 300 mh auto trans. Call Ron Ellis 334-714-0028.
DISTRIBUTION CENTER f C t w h al attrie 7.5 generator, 2-slides, W/D lots of extras. 1997 Honda 2012 Civic, 4 door, under warranty, like
MARIANNA, FLORIDA Golf Cart all new atteHonda 334-792-0552 Serious Inq. ONLY new. $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis
(4) $2,500. Call: 334-791-4485. 2008 Class C Winnebago Access 31J 334-714-0028.
Now Hiring Full Time Motorhome with 2 slides, bunk beds, queen Kia 2013 Optima, low miles, under warranty,
Bulk Order Filler Positions bed in back, queen bed over cab, Jack-knife like new. $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron
Bur sofa, dinette. Ford E-450 Frame, V-10 engine, Ellis 334-714-0028.
1st, 2nd, and 3rd Shifts 1987 MasterCraft ProStar 190 Tournament Ski Banks system. 15,000 miles. Many extras] Lincoln 2008 MKZ: white
Boat 351 inboard with Power Slot transmis- $55,000. Call 334-333-2154 or 334-791-8223 chrome wheels, moon
Competitive Pay and Benefits Package! sion. Mastercraft inboard trailer included, for more information. roof, heated/ cooled
Bimini top and cover. Kenwood marine stereo Fleetwood 2006 Expedition: 38ft, 3 slides, die- seats, 60k miles, original
Please apply in person at: with four 6 1/2's Kicker marine speakers. Side sel, 30k miles, sleeps 6, 2 AC's, non smoking owner, very clean. $14,500. Call 334-494-3347
gunnel storage. Ski mirror. Ski pylon. Carpet and no pets, good condition, CLEAN. $46,000. Lincoln/Mercur Tracer 1991 with 4K miles
Family Dollar Distribution Center and interior in great condition. Super running Call 334-377-1998 original miles, 4-dr. sedan, utomtic AC, blue
motor. Call 229-861-2437 or 334-701-9282 original miles, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue
3949 Family Dollar Parkway, Cristie 229 2437 MUST SELL! Tifin 2003 Phaeton motor home, matalic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-701-0010.
rii3 slides, 3 Tv's, diesel, queen bed, Satellite, Mazda 2004 RX5
Marianna, Florida 32448 Blue Fin Bass 1998 many other features, some camping Convertible. Exceptional
Must be 18 Years Old. Elimator All Aluminum accessories included. Selling for health well kept car. Replaced
F. nLEqual OporuntyEmloerBass Boat, 50 HP force en-reasons. $68,000 FIRM 334-714-1671. w/new tires, spark plugs
ua Free Workplace gine, galvanized trailer- Pace Arrow 1999 Ford V10 35 ft. Leveling replaced. Timing chain replaced.
rug Free Wr le new tires, all in very good Jacks, back up camera, runs good, 86K miles, Serious buyers only. $8,200. Call 334-894-2134.
GNRL hS33 SE 3 3 i condition, 2 live well box- Good tires, New battery, awning. Mitsubishi 2004 Eclipse 124K miles, automatic,
es, 4 new seats, new Humminbird fish finder $12,500. OBO 334-333-1291 sunroof, new tires $5500. FIRM 334-596-9966.
ou E l $3,995 OBO 828-837-1314 or 828-421-0998 .8V1 36 or W rT lu Nissan 2001 Maxima SE V-6 automatic, loaded,
K MRanger 1988 454V, Four Winds 2007 31.5f. 2-slides, automatic new wheels & tires& $4600. OBO 334-797-7420.
150 hp Black Max Nissan 2001 Sentra F series automatic, power
BSNES-IDEMecury, live wells, extras. 32,500K miles $32,500. 334-692-4254. window, locks & mirrors, black in color.
trolling motor, $5,000 83 K miles, $9800. OBO 334-797-7420.
,IEWS PECA IER 334-695-4780 (TR S T T Nissan 2013 Altima, low miles, like new. $200
at: 1995 Larson 14EICB, 4.3L with down, $269 per month. CallRon Ellis 334-714-


galvanized trailer, like new condition includes k.com / 256-315-6687. Toyota 2013 Corolla, full warranty, must sell.
cover, anchor & vests. $4500. 406-868-8918 1995 GMC Sierra Single Cab- Green, SWB, 5.0 $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-
V8, OD Auto, C1od AC, Lock Rear End, PW, PDL, 714-0028.
Boat I9 LStarcraft 1995 PS, AM/FM/CD, Runs, Looks & Drives Good, ---
tTournament 18' Boat with Good Tires, Interrior & Body, Low Miles, Own-
1995 Mercury 135 HP on ers Manual & Repair Manual, Window Sticker, 2002 Harley Davidson
4 EGalvanized Trailer. Trolling Dothan Owner, 334-671-3059 NADA 5300, Sell Ultra Classic Electra Glide.
motor and GPS. $5,900 $4295. Garaged, Purple/black.
m bSunTracker Regency Edition 2011 ,25 ft. XP3 miles, blue, runs good, new tires & batery._ 14,750 miles.Exc. cond.
-max engine, still under manufacture warr, Chevrolet 2005 Aveo: Silver, 82k miles, 5 speed 2004 Suzuki. Blue & silver
Sy aio t B i dual axle Tracker trailer, comes with all you manual trans., one owner, good condition, Orig. owner, 15K garage
need to get on the water. Beautiful boat, must $2,700. under KBB value. Call 334-714-1237 kept, chrome, windshield,
see, selling at blue bookvalue.334-763-9124 Chrysler 2005 Pacif: silver, leather package, anc & Hines exhaust, 2"




-tored- EmBe rald Coast RV B luebeige nteriorfull nmiles. Garage kept.Black $3.000 firm. Call'
SLook ahead to your Reort in Paaa garage kept, sun/moon roof, Infinity stereo a e.se, gag er4.4. at,
with CD changer, DVD, GPS, heated seats, ninglights, footboards, kick shifer, custom

future! tart training $21,5006 334-790-3869ountaineer 5th Wheel clean CARFAX, new tires 186k miles, one own2007 Yamaha Star 1300 Touring: 10,500 miles,
for a new career in connddition $19500. Call 334-718-0937 new tireips, intake & filtextras, h/sissy bar, $300, wind-
ft. 3 slides, 2 AC. Excellent 0384 lOam.
condition one owner. 2007 Suzuki Boulevard S50 motorcycle 16,880
COLLEGE Me dical Office Admin., le Eer ncondition, e Ca22000 Cove drtible: 9 per month. Call 334-791-i -
21,50. 334790-3869 HUD display. eIn excellent 27 Yamaha V ar 100 aTouring: 10,5 miles,
SiMedicalAssisting, & shield & bags $5000 Cash Only. Call 931-303-




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Harley Davidson 2007 Her- 2:00 p.m. (Central Time) June 5, 2014 at the
itage Softtail Classic: lots County Engineer's Office (County Engineer,
of chrome, new-tires, Larry Alvarez), 2828 Owens Street, Marianna,
black cherry and pearl, ex- FL 32446 for the construction of the following
black cherry and pearl,ex- described Project:
tra luggage bags, new bat-
tery, garage kept. $10,500. Full Depth Reclamation and Reconstruction
334-701-8771 of CR 69 A from McKeown Mill Road to Butler
SPORT UT IITYd Road
The Work includes Full Depth Reclamation
Ford 2006 (FDR) and 2' widening of the road, a 1-1/2"
Expedition structural asphalt layer will be applied over the
Limited-156k Base, a 1" asphalt layer will be applied over the G.M.Properties of PC I* PANAMA CITY BEACH CONDO
miles, video, structural course, grading and shoulder work Beach a 800-239-2059 2/1.5, Pool, Tennis, Club House
system, 2nd will be performed as needed to restore positive
system, 2n drainage and as directed, pipes will be re- Fully Furnished Condos Fully Furnished On Front Beach Road
row captain& Townhouses
sunrof, towing pkg. ap9,000, 334-7 tain, placed as indicated, all pipes shall be cleaned nea hPer P$125/Night $750/Week, $80 Cleaning Fee
sunroof, towing pkg. $9,000, 334-740-0525 and cleared of debris and soil, mitered ends near Pier Park./Week $80 Cleaning Fee
added as indicated, maintenance of traffic, 2bdrm Gulf front- starting @ $175 nt. 334-300-6979 or 334-393-3559
sod, seed and mulch all disturbed areas not 3bdrm Gulf front- starting @ $275 nt.
_Chevy 2013 covered by sod, driveways, aprons, stormwater Portside Resort starting @ $125. nt.
Silverado LT, pollution prevention, paving aprons at side 2bdrm Lake front- starting @ $100 nt. IT'S AS EASY
6,000k miles, 2 roads, grading ditches as needed to provide Studios Lake front- starting @ $70 nt. -AS I 2 3
wh.dr., fully positive drainage, and other as directed by the www.gmproperties.com 1. CALL 2. PLACE YOUR AD 3. GET RESULTS
loaded, white, Engineer/Inspector.
extended cab, WAS $33,900 REDUCED TO
There will be no pre-bid meeting
$28,500 334-687-7702
Ford 2012 Ranger XLT, XCab, fully equipped, The deadline for receipt of questions will be
like knew. $200 down, $249 per month. Call May 29, 2014 at 2:00 PM Central Time. Ques-
Steve 334-791-8243 tions must be submitted in writing to the Coun-
Toyota 2010 Tacoma ty Engineer (email lalvarez@jacksoncountyfl.c
SR5 White, 2 wheel om: fax (850) 482-9063) with a copy to the
drive, 4 door V6, tow Jeannie Bean (email jbean@jacksoncountyfl.co
package, new Michelin m).

condition.46,000 mil tires, Excellent Bids will be opened and recorded at 2:10 PM
Call 334-693-4987 miles. $22,800. (or immediately thereafter) on June 5,2014
Call 334-693-4987 or 796-5919 at the Jackson County Board of County Com-
missioners Board Room at 2864 Madison
Street. Bids may also be submitted to the
GMC 1983 Vangard with zimmer package, must County Engineer at the Board Room from
see !!! 42K original miles, $2800. 334-648-8522. 1:50 PM until 2:10 PM Central Time.
WANTED AUTPlans, specifications, and contract documents
will be open for public inspection after noon on
ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF May 19, 2014 at the Road and Bridge office at
1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR 2828 Owens Street. Bid documents must be
YOUR TOWING NEEDS! obtained from:
1 County Engineer
Attn: Larry Alvarez
AUTO BODY & RECYCLING 2828 Owens Street
PAYING TOP DOLLAR OR JUNK CARS' Marianna, Florida 32446
Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 (850) 482-9677
upon payment-of $ No Charge per set which
CALL FOR TOP PRICE amount constitutes the cost of reproduction
and handling. This payment will not be refund-
FOR JUNK VEHICLES ed.
I ALSO SELL USED PARTS The Owner reserves the right to waive any
informality or to reject any or all bids. Each
24 HOUR TOWING > 334-792-8664 Bidder must deposit with his/her bid, security
in-the amount, form and subject to-the condi-
Gailarnteed Highest Prices Paid tions provided in the Information for Bidders.
Starting at $300. for complete local cars,
trucks, titles or no titles up to 2002. We also Sureties used for obtaining bonds must appear
buy farm equipment, semi's, semi trailers. as acceptable according to the Department
7-Days a week from 7a-7p 334-200-6487 of Treasury Circular 570. Bidders must be
We do not buy vehicels with current leins Pre-approved by FDOT or Jackson County and
in good standing with FDOT and the County.
Got a Clunker No bid may be withdrawn for a period of
SWe'llbe your Junker! sixty days after the scheduled closing time
for receipt of bids.
We buy wrecked cars
fand Farm Equip. at a To the extent applicable to this project,
fair and honest price! attention of Bidders is particularly called to
$250&iColete Cars the requirements of the Special Provisions
CALL334714285(Local Agency Program/Federal-Aid Contract
L.. CALL 3 71462 Requirements), conditions of employment to
be observed and minimum wage rates to be
paid under the Contract, Section 3, Segregated
-Facilities, Section. 109 Executive Order 11246,
and all applicable laws and regulations of the
Federal government and State of Florida, and--
bonding and insurance requirements.
IN PARTICULAR, BIDDERS SHOULD NOTE THE
REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS AND CERTIFICA-
TIONS TO BE EXECUTED AND SUBMITTED WITH
L.EGAL NOT___ _ICES __ THE FORM OF BID PROPOSAL.
LF16077 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS DATE:
PROJECT NAME: CR 69 A from McKeown Mill EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Road to Butler Road HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE/FAIR HOUSING
FDOT Small County Outreach Program FPID JURISDICTION
# 425698-1-58-01 Bid # 1314-Eng 3 "
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