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Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
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Sunday Floridan
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Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna Fla
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Chipola Pub. Co.
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English

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Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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Vol.91 No.99

Man accused of sexual battery

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER thatwhileshewasthere, JamesMichael Line Road and U.S. 231.
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com Clark, whom the victim referred to as The woman was taken to Jack-
A convicted sex offender living im "Uncle Mike," had wak- son Hospital and authorities ar-
nearby Fountain has been charged ened her when he came rested Clark without incident at the
with the offense of sexual bat- into the home from a residence where the attack alleg-
tery against a woman early Sunday nearby bar. She alleges edly occurred. He was taken to the
morning. Clark followed her to a Calhoun County jail and was being
According to the Calhoun County bedroom after she held there without bond as of Monday
Sheriff's Office, officers were sum- had told him she morning.
moned to a location near North- Clark wasn't interested in Clark is a registered sexual of- KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN
west County Line Road and U.S. 231 him. She said Clark at- fender, authorities say, convicted in Stacey Warden (left) shows Noah Owens how to candle
around 3:15 a.m. on May 18 to inves- tacked and sexually assaulted her in 1996 on a charge of lewd and las- an egg. Egg candling involves shining a bright light on
tigate the report of a sexual battery the bedroom, and then passed out. civious assault upon a child the egg to show the contents inside the shell.
that had just occurred at the home She said she escaped. at that under, 16 years of age, and
of someone the alleged victim point and ran for help to a location convicted in 2002 on a sexual battery V eteran of
identified as a family friend. She said near the intersection of NW County offense. Ve eran of 4 -H


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FLORIDA CAVERNS STATE PARK iveso C.lub
'"RN STBY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER*
S.. dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
I If you visit he Jackcson Extension Office in Mari-
anna and wander towardthe back of the building,
you'll find a case filled with 4-H trophies, ribbons
Sand plaques earned by local young people over the
years. Among the hundreds of names inscribed on
those pieces over the past six decades, you'll see
S" iStacey Ditty and Brad Warden.
Those two met in 4-H several years ago, romance
bloomed, and they were married after high school.
Ditty is now t Warden, so remember that if you
need to leave a message for her at the extension
office in days to come, at 482-9620.
The Wardens have volunteered to take on a big
4-H project in adulthood: They're starting a new
livestock club here, with Stacey in the primary
leadership role and Brad providing support.
She has already provided one young 4-Her some
advice on the art of judging the quality of eggs.
Noah Owens, 10, from neighboring Holmes
See CLUB, Page 9A


Nanny charged

with grand theft
KRISTIE CLOUD/FLORIDAN BY ANGIE COOK
B illyWhitefox performs a melody using one of his handmade flutes Saturday at the acook@jcfloridan.com
Muscogee Rendezvous at Florida Caverns State Park. The gathering celebrated vari- Authorities have arrested a live-in nanny who
ous aspects of Muscogee (Creek Indian) life, including classes, demonstrations and confessed to stealing thousands of dollars worth
dancing. Whitefox is Eastern Muskogee Creek and is a self-taught silversmith as well as a caAccordingtoinformationreleased
recording artist. Monday by the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office, on Saturday, May
17, deputies responded to a home
on Highway 2 in Malone, where the
Sneads High School homeowner/victim reported nu-
merous items of jewelry and more
Haslip than $15,000 in currency had been
Board vote will move cafetera project forward stolen from inside the residence.
With no sign of forced entry at the residence, in-
vestigators believe the suspected thief had access
Renovation will end SeeTHEF, Page 9A
10:30 a.m. lunches -

aco'ok@jcfloridan.com H ills subdivision
The Jackson County School Board is deemed "Firel w ise "
Set to vote on a construction bid that
will finally put shovels in the ground bestowed
for a long-planned cafeteria renova- Designation bestowed by National
tion projectat Sneads High School. Fire Protection Association
With an additional 876 square feet,
the expanded dining space will ac- BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
commodate another 76 students, dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
That, plus a second food service line
will make a big difference to the struc- Compass Lake in the Hills has been recognized
ture oflunchfime at SHS, according to as a Firewise Community after months of work-
Facilif~ies Director Stuart Wiggins. MARKSKNNER/LORAN F POT ing to improve wildfire safety in the subdivision.
Currently, the school seves it Ii 202hoto, students pack the Sneads High Scool cafeteria for lunch.A planned According to the National Fire Protection Asso-
day meal during three periods, be- expansion will let the cafeteria hold more than 200 students. ciation, which issued the distinction, it could il-
tween 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., due to timately translate into dollars for the community.
cafeteria crowding. Once the renova- scheduled for June and work could them in the building nex't door to the "Recognized Firewise Communities/USA sites get
tion is complete, that window is ex- continue into January, which means existing.cafeteria. But once the school. priority status in consideration for Federal Emer-
pected to narrow, allowing students to when students return in August, makes it past the inconvenience of gency Management Agency's pre-disaster mitiga-
have lunch during one oftwo periods, they may be without a functioning construction, a roomier, more effi- tion planning and project grants," a representative
between 11:15 a.m. and 1 p.m. lunchroom for much of the semester. cient dining facility will await. of the NFPA wrote in a letter to the community.
Also included will be the construc- Wiggins said though the details have Southern Triad Construction is the Hills Community Manager John Laymon said
tionofa 600-square-foot outdoordin- yet to be worked out, one possible firm that submitted the lowest bid for the community is already browsing a long list
ing patio that will seat 40, work-around scenario would be pre-
Groundbreaking is ttatively paring meals off-site and serving See CAFETERIA, Page 9A See FIREWISE, Page 9A
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JACKSON COUNTY CormnIity Calendar

F L O R ID A N TU SDAY, AY 20 Malone Joy Club -10 a.m. Joy Club House, S.R. ) Madison Street Park Farmers Market-4-7 p.m.
SMariannaCity Farmers Market Open 7 a.m. to 2, Malone. Lunch served at noon. Games following at Madison'Street Park. Will be open each Friday
Publisher Valeria Roberts noon at Madison St: Park. Now featuring panhandle lunch. Come and join'the fun... evening. FMNP and SrFMNP vouchers are accepted.
vroberts@jcfloridan.com arts and crafts every Saturday. Registration for Summer Enrichment Program Call 693-4078.
n M r D O St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a m. to p..St. Anne's -11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunrise Worship Center ) Chess Club 6-8p.m. First United Methodist
Circulation Mana Cathoc Church, 3009 FifthSt., Marianna. Welcome church, 2956 Hall St., Marianna. A one-time registra- Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by
doberski@cforidan.com donations: household items, clothing and jewelry. tion donation of $20 and a weekly donation of $35 Maianna Optimist Club forstudents 8-18 years of
Proceeds go to help less fortunate in our community per child. Discount available for two or more sibling. age in Jackson County. All students and their parents
CONTACT US Call 482-3734 Breakfast and lunch served daily. Weekly field trips, are welcome. Players of all skill levels icluding begin-
Telephone: 850-526-3614 cademics arts and crafts and more. ners are welcome. Call 693-0473.
T Registration for Summer Enrichment Program
FAX:850482-4478 -11:30 a.m.to 3 p.m SunriseWorship Center church Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noo Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m.at vangelWorship
Email: editoal@jcfloridan.com 2956 Hall St., Marianna.A one-time registration do- to 1p.m. in the AA roomof First United Methodist Center, 2645 P6ble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult
EStret Addres: ntion of $20 an ain weey donetin of $5 peatr cild. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
StreetAddress: nation of $20 and a weekly donation of $35 per child. hang-ips," Dinner:-6 p.m..Child care available. Call
4403 Constitution Lane Discount available for two or more siblings.,Breakfast hang-ups:' Dinner:6 pm.Child care available.78al
Marianna, FL32448 and lunch served daily. Weekly field trips, academics, THUSDAY,MAY22 209-7856 573-113t1
Office Hours: arts and crafts and much more. ) Marianna City Farmer's Market Open- a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ) Chipola Regional Arts Association End of Year 7 a.m. to noon at Madison St. Park. Now featuring p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church,
Meeting Noon at Jim's Buffet and Grill. Featuring panhandle arts and crafts every Saturday. 2901CaledoniaSt.in Marianna.
MISS YOUR PAPER? mini-grant reports from teachers in the arts from 3 St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. Anne's
Jackson and Holmes County public schools. Meeting Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., Marianna. Welcome SATURDAY, MAY24
You should receive your newspaper no later open to public. Call Anita at 718-2277. donations: house hold items, clothing and jewelry. Marianna City Farmers MarketOpen -7 a.m. to
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- ) Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting Proceeds go to helpless fortunate in our community. noon at Madison St Park. Now featuringpanhandle
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to Noon at Jim's Buffet &Grill; 4329Lafayette St.: Call 482-3734. arts and:crafts every Saturday-, ,. ..
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The Marianna. Registration for Summer Enrichment Program ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting -8 a.m.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) ) 9th Annual Garden Gala Noon Preview Social, 1:30 a.m, to 3 p.m. Sunrise Worship Center. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church,
is published Tuesday through Friday and -- Noon to 2 p.m. at covenant Hospice, 4215 Kelson .hurch, 2956 Hall St., Marianna. A one-time registra- '2901 aledonia St. in Marianna.
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid Ave., suite E, Marianna. Preview the beautiful hand tion donation of $20 and a weekly donation of $35 Merritt/WilliamsFamily Reunion -11a.m. at
at Marianna, FL. painted pieces of garden artthat will for auction at per child. Discount available for two or more siblings, the Milton Pavilion on U.S. Road, Marianna. If you are
the 9th annual Garden Gala on June 14. Tickets for Breakfast and lunch served daily. Weekly field trips, descendent of Queen Merritt and Ernest Williams
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the gala:are $75 each or $125 per couple. Purchase academics, arts and crafts and much more. come and join in the faith, family and fellowship. Call
tickets online at www.eventsatcovenant.org/garden- Chipola Civic Club Meeting- Noon at The Oks Dorothy Johnson at 592-2847.
Home delivery: $11.23 per nionth; $32.83 gala Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus a Wild Game Dinner and Concert 6:30 p.m
for three months; $62.05 for six months; WidlGae Dinn6r d Concet-.63 p.m.
forthree months; $62 for sx months Sewing-Circle -1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior is the local community, "Community, Children & at the Bulldog Stadium. Dinner will include deer,
and $123.45 for one year. Allprices include Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call 482- Character." Call 526-3142. .alligator, fish, bison,goat and several other meats
applicable state and local taxes. Mail 5028.. Employability Workshop "Job Search Essen- maybe even rattlesnake and all the.trimmings.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail ) Employability Workshop "Internet Security" tials"- 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. Work- $10 donation includes meal and music by several
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; -2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. Workshop is shopis facilitated by a certified motivational career bands and local musicians. There will also be kids'
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one facilitated by a certified motivational career coach. coach. Workshop is free and open to the public, Visit games, door prizes and other surprises. The dinner
year.- Workshop is free and open to the public. Visit EmployFlorida.com to register, will follow the Spring Football Jamboree which begins
EmployFlorida.com to register. Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8-9 at 4 p.m. Call Mark Beach at 386-854-0330.
All subscriptions to the Jackson County Jackson County Scholl Board Meeting 4 p.m. p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving at 2903 Jefferson St., Marianna. Open to public. St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited to SUNDAY, MAY25
Day for which there is a premium charge. Panhandle Public Library Cooperative System e e ie ii e i Merritt/Williams Family Reunion-11 a.m.at
SBoard Meeting 4 p.m. at 2862 Madison St., Evergreen Missionary Baptist Church. If you are a de-
ADVERTISING Marianna. scendent of Queen Merritt and Ernest Williams come
FRIDAY, MAY 23 and join in the faith, family and fellowship. Weekend
The advertiser agrees that the publisher )) The Capt Luke Lot's Calhoun Guard, Camp l activities will conclude with dinner, immediately.
shall not be liable for damages arising 2212 Sons of confederate Veterans meeting 6 Alford Community Health Clinic Hours -at
out of errors and advertisements beyond p.m. Altha Community Center. Any and all who are a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. following worship service. Call Dorothy Johnson at
the amount paid fr the space actually interesed in Southern and Cnfederate Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients 592-2847.
the amount paid forthe space actually encouraged to attend without medical insurance treats short-term illnesses ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
occupied by that portion of the advertise- A and chronic conditions. Appointments available (call 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist
ments in which the error occurred, whether Disabled American Veterans Meeting -7 p.m. 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins welcome. Sign in Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance
such error is due to the negligence of the at the DAV Chapter 22 house, 3083 DAV Lane, Mari- before lla.m. limited to people with a desire to stop drinking.
publisher's employees or otherwise, and )) Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at.theJackson
there shall be not liability for non-inser- Alcoholics Anonymous ClosedM ting 8-9 County Public Library, Marianna Branch; New and MONDAY, MAY 26
tion of any advertisement on p.m. in the AA room f First United Methodist Church, experienced handcrafters welcome to create, share, Disabled American Veterans Memorial Day
tion of any advertisement beyond the 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed discussion lear rDisabled American Veterans Memorial Day
amount paid for such advertisement.This with 12 and 12 study. Everyone with a desire to stop ea projCeremony 8 a.m. North side of the Jackson
newspaper will not knowingly accept or drinking is welcome. w Registration for Summer Enrichment Program County Courthouse, Marianna. The Buffalo Soldiers
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- 11:30a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunrise Woiship Center will be color bearers, Snead's American legion will
ing which expresses prefeence based on r oNaAi AAd church, 2956 Hall St., Marianna. A one-time registra- fire a 21 gun salute. Veterans of Foreign Wars Ted Walt
ing which expresses preference based on WEDNESDAY, MAY 21 tion donation of $20 and a weekly donation of $35 Post 12046, Sneads American legion and Disabled
legally protected personal characteristics is Jackson County Tourist Development Council per child. Discount available for two or more siblings. American Veterans Chapter 22 will be laying wreaths.
not acceptable. Meeting -10 a.m. at the Russ House, 4318 Lafay- Breakfast and lunch served daily. Weekly field trips, Speaker will be Brigadier General Stanley W. Wis-
ette St., Marianna. academics, arts and crafts and more. nioski JR U.S. Army Ret.
HOW TO GC YOUR The submission deYiline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submitto: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan. P O. Box 520, Marianna, FL32447,
NEWS PUBLISHED email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring itemrs to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish
news of general interest free of charge. Police Roundup'
Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. MARIANNA POLICE stolen vehicle, three abandoned complaints, 17 property checks, (domestic violence).
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, DEPARTMENT vehicles, two reckless drivers, three assists of motorists Or B Don Wright Jr., 23, transient,
anniversary and birth announcements. 10 suspicious pedestrians, five assists of sentenced to 45 days in the
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. The Marianna Police De- vehicles, one other agencies and two welfare county jail.
Photographs must be of good quality and partinent listed the following suspicious checks. a Sharon Barber, 48, 5300 Alli-
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the incidents for May 18, the latest incident, ance Road, Marianna, order to
right to edit all submissions, available report: One acci-M E three suspi- JACKSON COUNTY show cause. *
dent, one escort, one burglar cious people, CORRECTIONAL FACILITY s Charles Stewart, 41, 899
GETTING IT RIGHT attempt, one physical distur- one escort, Saint Moses Road, Grand Ridge,
The Jackson County Floridan's policy bance, one verbal disturbance, one report of mental illness, The following people were sexual battery- three counts,
is to correct mistakes promptly. To three burglar alarms, 34 traffic one verbal disturbance, one booked into the county jail dur- sexual performance by a child,
report an error, please call 526-3614 stops, one larceny complaint, residential fire call, 23 medical ing the latest reporting periods: possession of sexual perfor-
Monday-Friday, one animal complaint, one calls, one traffic crash, five B Errick Lowe, 41, 5191 Marcus mance photos by a child-six
property check, two assists of burglar alarnis, one robbery Drive, Greenwood, resisting counts.
other agencies and 14 home alarm, one fire alarm, one re- arrest without violence. Christopher Brown, 39, 4605
security checks. port of shooting in the area, a Stephen Evans, 31, 2972A Bridal Bath Lane, Marianna,
12 traffic stops, one larceny Dickerson St., Marianna, driv- domestic battery-two counts.
JACKSON COUNTY complaint, one criminal mis- ing under the influence.
SHERIFFS OFFICE chief complaint, four civil dis- D Samantha Haslip, 31,4945 Jail Population: 213 .
putes, one trespass complaint, Highway 2, Malone, grand theft.
The Jackson County Sheriff's one boating accident, four a Christian Dozier, 28, 2933 To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
Office and county fire/rescue follow-up investigations, one Harley Drive, Marianna, viola- at 526-5000 q a local law enforcement
reported the following incidents assault, one suicide attempt, tion of state probation. agency.
for May 18, the latest available two noise disturbances, two a Michael Hodges, 53, 4454 To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
JCFLORDAN..COIvi report: One dead person, one animal complaints, two fraud Broad St., Marianna, battery. 404-FWCC (3922).

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Sneads Elementary receives exceeding expectations award
Sneads Elementary School re- Board are extremely proud of the V
ceived the 2014 Exceeding Ex- Sneads Elementary staff and ad-
pectations Award in Tampa on ministration for their continued
May 7. performance.
The school was able to receive As part of their recognition, a
this distinction by meeting sev- team of teachers and the admin-
eral criteria set forth by the East istration attended the E2 Con-
.Coast Technical Assistance Cen- ference and presented to other
ter for Title I. Sneads Elemen- school leaders their reasons for
tary maintained or increased the success. Jackson County's Teach-
total reading and mathematics er of the Year, Anna Martin pre-
proficiency from 2012 to 2013 sented strategies for improving
by maintaining a school grade -writing. As a result of this pre-
of A, performing above the state sentation, she has been asked
median in total reading and by Dade, Hillsborough Schools
mathematics learning gains to come and provide training to
for the school and for the lower their teachers.
quartile. The school was- more Edna Reed and Debby Thomp-
than one standard deviation son presented their team strat-
above expected performance on egies for reading and science.
total school grade points earned Their collaboration in the class-
for 2012 and 2013. Sneads El- room and curriculum maps is
ementary was 1 of 13 out of going to be duplicated across
1,854 Title I schools in the state the state. This approach gained
to receive this honorable distinc- them the second highest science SUBMITTED PHOTO
tion. Superintendent Benton proficiency rate for the state in a Anna Martin,Jackson CountyTeacher of the Year; Carolyn Pilcher,principal; BrandiPerkins; Mindy Howell,assistant
and the Jackson County School Title I School. Principal; Melanie Chason, Debby Thompson, Kerrianne Edward, Cindy Applewhite and Edna Reed.


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SUBMITTE PHOTO alent Search sixth-graders from five rea counties were treated
he American Legion Post 100 Marianna held its monthly to a dress rehearsal performance of"You're a Good Man Char-
dinner and meeting on Tuesday, May 13. The special guest lie Brown." Chipola Director Charles Sirmon discussed careers
I speakei was Stacey Goodson with the Jackson County Pro- that are available in theatre. Technical Theatre director Connie Smith
bation Office. He gave an informative talloon the inner workings explained the behind-the-scenes work of sound, lighting and props.
of the probation office and the court system. Pictured are Legion The students toured the college to see other career options and were
Program Chair Jesse Smallwood, Goodson, and Post Commander treated to lunch. Talent Search is a TRIO program funded by the
Tony Swearingen. For more information on the probation office, call federal government. Students are selected for the program by their
Goodson at 482-9670 and for information on the Legion, call Com teachers and guidance counselor for exhibitiig good character and
mander Swearingen at 693-0821. good grades.
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Trial over new political maps gets underway

The Associated Press Dan Webster. districts, including the one
Reichelderfer insisted held by U.S. Rep. Corinne
TALLAHASSEE- A trial that just because infor- Brown in Jacksonville,
over whether Florida legis- mation was given to him were drawn in a way to
lators broke the law when did not mean he was giv- help Republicans because
drawing new political ing any advice on what legislators packed her
maps started Monday with legislators should do. One district with black voters
an attempt to delve into email that was unearthed who are usually registered
the often secretive world includes an assertion that as Democrats. Brown's
of the state's top politicians one district was "messed district winds all the way
and their consultants. up." from Jacksonville to Or-
Groups suing the Repub- "I didn't tell them where lando and was described
lican-controlled Florida to draw lines on a map, as "serpentine" by one of
Legislature contend GOP I didn't tell them which the coalitionlawyers.
leaders ignored a 2010 maps to pick," Reichelde- Legislative attorneys
constitutional amendment fer said. have countered that the
that requires them to draw But Reichelderfer also loss of several Republi-
up congressional districts had trouble recalling con- cans during the 2012 elec-
that do not protect incum- versations he had with tions including U.S. Rep.
bents or members of a cer- Cannon and others. He Allen West is proof that
tain party. Attorneys for the insisted he was given the legislators did not draw
Legislature have denied maps ahead of time be- districts just to help GOP
the allegations. If the court cause it was important politicians.
finds the current district to him "professionally" Currently there are 16
unconstitutional it could and because he would get Republicans and 10 Dem-
force legislators to redraw asked questions about ocrats in Florida's congres-
congressional districts politicians he represented. sional delegation, although
The entire first day of Every 10 years, state leg- Republican Curt Clawson
the scheduled 11-day trial THEASSOCIATEDPRESS islators use updated popu- is expected to win election
was taken up by repeated Republican campaign consultant Marc Reichelderfer (left) talks with attorney David Healy on lation numbers to draw up next month to a vacant
questioning of a Republi- Monday in Tallahassee, during a break in the first day of a civil trial involving the 2012 drawing new legislative and con- southwest Florida seat.
can consultant and friend of Florida's congressional redistricting maps. gressional districts. Voters The second day of the
of former House Speaker part of a"shadow" process Reichelderfer's computer Reichelderfer exchanged in 2010 passed the "Fair trial is expected to include
Dean Cannon. Attorneys where he gave legislators show that he got copies information about these Districts" amendment testimony from current
representing the League of advice on how to draw of proposed redistrict- proposed maps with other that, for the first time, im- HouseSpeakerWillWeath-
Women Voters and other congressional districts that ing maps days and weeks Republican consultants posed new standards on erford, who was in charge
groups tried to show that favored Republicans. before the Legislature re- and he talked about one how that job is carried out. of House redistricting ef-
Marc Reichelderfer was Evidence obtained from leased them to the public. of the maps with U.S. Rep. The lawsuit says several forts in 2011 and 2012.



Officials: Port of


Miami Tunnel to



open this month
The Associated Press president of the project,
said officials hoped to
MIAMI After four have the tunnel open to
years of work and with a the public by the end of
price tag of $915 million, the month. On Monday, a
the tunnel that will allow truck coming through the
port traffic to bypass the tunnel for the ceremony
streets of downtown Mi- broke down. "We had our
ami is ready to open this first incident in the tunnel
month, officials said at a today," Hodgkins joked af-
ceremony Monday. ter the event.
U.S. Secretary of Trans- The tunnel is about 4,200
portation Anthony Foxx feetlongand 120feetbelow THEASSOCIATED PRESSPHOTOS
joined Gov. Rick Scott and the surface at its deepest Gov. Rick Scott (left) and Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera listen to Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx at the opening of
other federal, state and point. It has two dedicated the Port Maimi Tunnel on Monday.
local officials to mark the lanes in each direction that Rick Scott is attempting to
completion of the Port of will connect Miami Inter- score political points, once
Miami Tunnel. Foxx called national Airport and Inter- again, on something that
the project "good forAmer- state 95 directly to PortMi- was the result of bipartisan
ica because thousands of ami, Scott said. work, crossing three ad-
containers move through "If we want to become ministrations and it's an-
this port every day." a destination not just for other reason why Florid-
Before the tunnel, the the world's tourists, but for ians don't trust Rick Scott."
only way into the port was the world's jobs we have A statement on the tun-
through Port Boulevard, to keep investing in our nel opening released ear-
which caused heavy traffic ports," he said. lier Monday said Crist was
for cargo trucks and cruise Scott also said former "quite proud of how all the
ship passengers. The tun- Gov. Jeb Bush "put a lot of partners worked together
nel will alleviate conges- effort into this. Unfortu- during, my administration
tion, officials said. nately Charlie Crist didn't. to finally get this project
"It's bottlenecks just And we lost jobs while he from the drawing board to
like this one that relieve was governor, but look 4t construction." Crist is run-
what we call first and last what we've gotten done ning again for governor, Edwin Delgado, whose shipping company carried the drill to the tunnel project, poses for
mile problems facing our now. We're going to get this time as a Democrat. photos after the tunnel is officially opened on Monday.
nation's ports," Foxx said the dredge done now, and
at the event. "It's why a we're going to have a lot of l
national effort to improve jobs ... 33,000 more private
ports must be accompa- sector jobs when all of this
nied by a strong national is finished."
surface transportation Crist spokesman Kevin
program. Cate responded in an
Chris Hodgkins, vice email:"It'sunfortunatethat


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Farm Bureau pulls away from Malone, 10-4

BY DUSTIN KENT drawing a bases-loaded walk advantage to 5-4.
dkent@jcfloridan.com to force Taylor home for the go- But a pair of defensive lapses
ahead run. allowed Farm Bureau to get
Farm Bureau welcomed in Griffin Tucker reached on an two of those runs back in the
the Malone Blue team to Mari- infield single and scored on bottom of. the inning, with
anna on Monday afternoon a dropped pop-up to make it Harkrider drawing a walk and
and came away with a 10-4 vic- 3-1, with Trey Stevens scoring Jack Gause following with a
tory in AAA action at Optimist on a passed ball and Harkrid- bunt down the third base line
-Park. er on an error to close out the that resulted in both he and
Malone jumped out to the inning. Harkrider scoring after a pair
early lead when Zacchues Malone rallied in the top of of errors to make it 7-4.
Daniels led off the game with the third with three runs, as Farm Bureau tacked on three
a walk, stole second base, and Jarod Frymire and Deontae Re- more runs in the bottom of the
scored on a passed ball to make inhart drew walks to start the fourth, with Johnson getting an
it 1-0. inning and Frymire scored on a infield single and scoring on a
Farm Bureau answered with double steal. wild pitch, and Stevens add-
five runs in the bottom of Reinhart scored moments ing a two-run inside-the-park
the first, with Krisshon John- later on a passed ball and home run to round out the
son walking and scoring on a Connor Harrell drew a walk scoring. KRSTIE CLOUD/FLORIDAN
fielder's choice by Taylor to tie and scored on another passed Trey Stevens slides home to score for Farm Bureau in the game against
the game, and Max Harkrider ball to cut the Farm Bureau See MERE, Page 10A Malone Monday.


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CHIPI.EY BASEBA.LL
Wild Game Dinner
0 The First Jackson County
SeFootballWild GameDinner will
Ube held Saturday following the
4 p.m. spring footballjamboree
Sat Bulldog Stadium in Marianna
featuring the Cottondale Hor-
nets, Sneads Piratesi Gracev-
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several individuals regpresenting
Bulldogs.


y rThe dinner willstart at 6:30
p.be m. with ds' gameser, alligator, fish,



bison, goat, andasetforal o fthe

many area bands.g here will also
a silent auction;
This is a fundraiser for all of
the teams playing and team
members are selling the dona-
tion tickets.
For more information, contact
Jason Mayo at 850-573-0900 or
Mark Beach at 386-854-0330.

SChipola Baseball Camp
Chipola will host the 2014 Jeff
Johnson Baseball Camp start-
ing June 9 and running through
June 17for players aged 7-18.
SThere will be three individual
Scamps: apitching camp June
S9-10, a hitting camp une 11-12,
and a skills camp June 16-17,
with each camp running from 9
a.m. to noon.
Registration will be 8:30-9
a.m. on the first day of each
camp at the Chipola baseball
field, though pre-registration is
encouraged.
KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN Camp instruction will come
A Chipley player scores at home plate in a game earlier this season. from Chipola College coaching
staff and players. Youngsters will
learn the fundamentals of the
Chipley rolls into state title game with 11-1 rout gamethrough baseball dills.
-.heYoungsters sh ould come to
registration dressed to play
BY DUSTIN KENT strikeouts in five innings to get the dedi- An RBI single by King tacked on with shorts, a shirt, cleats, or
dkent@jcfloridan.com sion, while Micah Byrd started and took another run in the second inning to tennis shoes.
the loss for the Hornets. make it 8-0 and the Tigers closed it out For more information, contact
The Chipley Tigers moved one vic- Byrd went three innings and gave with single runs in the third, fourth and Chipola assistant coach Tyrone
tory away from a state championship up nine runs though just one was fifth innings. Dawson at 850-340-1296.
Monday morning thanks to an 11-1 earned on nine hits, four walks, and Oliver led the Tigers offensively by
run-rule roeut of the Lafayette Hornets a strikeout, going 3-for-4 with three doubles, a run Panhandle Bass Challenge
in the 1A state semifinals in Fort Myers. After the first of two Lafayette errors al- and an RBI, while King was 2-for-2 with
Chipley blew the game open early on lowed the first Chipley run to score, the three RBI, Rowell 2-for-3 with two runs GulfCoast Children's Advo-
with a seven-run first-inning outburst, Tigers got two more on a two-RBI double and an RBI, and Floyd 2-for-4 with a run cacy Center will be hosting the
with Daniel Floyd taking care of busi- byAndrew King to make it 3-0t scored. Panhandle Bass Challenge,
ness on the mound and going all five RBI hits by Nolan Spencer, Grant Row- Chipley (23-7) will play for the title Fishing for Reel Solutions for
innings toget the win. ell and Dallas Oliver made it 6-0, with a today at 3:05 p.m. against the winner Child Abuse Charity Fishing
Floyd allowed just one Unearned run wild pitch allowing for the final Chipley of Monday's other semifinal between Tournament on June 14 at Lake
on four hits and three walks with two run of the inning. Williston and Paxton. Seminole at Seminole Lodge.
See BRIEFS, Page 10A




Tallahassee goes 0-2at national tournament

BY DUSTIN KENT San Jacinto-South, with San tournament, but they
dkent@jcfloridan.com Jacinto-South's Karri Smith were again shut down by a
out-dueling Ashley Dobson dominant starting pitcher,
The Tallahassee Eagles' stay at in a classic pitchers' duel. as Seminole State's Marissa
the Division I National Softball Both pitchers went the dis- Shaffer tossed a complete-
Championship tournament in tance, with Dobson allowing game shutout, allowing nine
St. George, Utah, was a brief one, just one run in the first inning hits and three walks with one
with the Eagles losing their first before tossing six straight score- strikeout. Ashley Dobson
two games and getting elimi- less innings and allowing'sev- Mariah Rivera went six innings (7)pitchesfor
nated.in Thursday's 2-0 loss to en hits and a walk with seven in the circle for Tallahassee, TCC in a game
Seminole State. strikeouts. surrendering .earned runs in earlier this
Tallahassee came into the Smith also allowed seven the third and fourth innings, season.
national tournament after hits but kept the Eagles off the allowing four hits and four
eliminating Panhandle Coi- scoreboard, walking no one and walks, and striking out one.
ference foes Gulf Coast State striking out four. Tallahassee's season ended -,
and Chipola in the FCSAA Gulf Sarah Ragsdale had a hit and with arecord of41-14. .....
District Tournament in scored the only run for San The other Florida team in
Pensacola, but two close Jacinto-South, while Ashley the national tourney, Central
losses dashed any dreams of Heath-Smith had two hits to Florida, fared much better, with
adding a national title to TCC's lead TCC. the Lady Patriots making it
tally. The loss meant the Eagles all the way to the title game
The Eagles opened the tour- needed to win out to stay alive before falling to Angelino (Tex.)
nament with a 1-0 loss to in the double-elimination 8-5. KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIoAN L





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Houses in Graceville. Rentals Houses in Marian- $66,800. Asking $52,900. Call 334-268-3900. 11K mi. _Driving lights, passenger back rest,
na also available. Some properties pet friendly. Ford Crown Vic 2001, white, 4.7-V-8, anit-theft system with/pager, cruise pegs, oil a Clunker
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AM/FA/CD, cloth seats, looks & drives good. 4 $12,500 334-598-0061 Absolutely Original!! Well yr Junker
143K miles, owners manual. We buy wrecked cars
$2800.334-701-7524. Harley Davidson 2007 Her- i and Farm Equip. at a
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of chrome, new tires, 0 mplete Cars
363+- acres Santa Rosa Cnty, H $1,550/acre $99. RIDE TODAY Call for Details black cherry and pearl, ex- &
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734-1382 www.larsonmcgowinproperties.com _SLOW CREDIT OK ~ SSI & tery, garage kept. 10,500.
Call Steve Pope 334-803-955 0 C334-701-8771
Dothan Southside Country Living 0 Down, $900 Harley Davidson Sporster
+/- total payment Lovely wooded lot overlook- Honda 2012 Civic, 4 door, under warranty, like2006 XL1200R
+/- total payment. Lovely wooded lot overlook- new. $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis 2066 oR
ing Cypress Pond. 1.5 acres w 4/2 Brick. Fruit new. $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Es cing orange, Vance &
trees/pecans. Off Eddins Rd. Easy drive to Med 334-714-0028. Hines short shots,
Ctr. Owner pays closing. $155,500. 334-797-9881 Lincoln 2008 MKZ: white, Mustang saddle. 15K
chrome wheels mooniles, mint condition
roof, heated/ cooled $6200. 334-790-4781.
seats, 60k miles, original S.ORToL__ l IUITYLGL OTICES'
owner, very clean. $14,500. Call 334-494-3347
Mazda 2004 RXS Ford 2006 LF16080
1987 MasterCraft ProStar 190 Tournament Ski Convertible. Exceptional Expedition The School Board of Jackson County will re-
Boat 351 inboard with Power Slot transmis- well kept car. Replaced Limited-156k ceive bids in the bids in the office of the Super-
sion. Mastercraft inboard trailer included. w/new tires, spark plugs miles, video intendent of Schools until Wednesday, May 28,
Bimini top and cover. Kenwood marine stereo replaced. Timing chain replaced. system, 2nd 2014 @ 9:30 a.m. at Which time they will be
with four 6 1/2's Kicker marine speakers. Side Serious buyers only. $8,200. Call 334-894-2134. row captain, publicly opened and tabulated for:
gunnel storage. Ski mirror. Ski pylon. Carpet Mazda 2009 RX8: red, one onwer, 41k miles, sunroof, towin pkg. $9,000,334-740-0525 xterminating Services
and interior in great condition. Super running $12,700 Call 334-393-1440 i- : ** 1 Eg
motor. Call 229-861-2437 or 334-701-9282 Mitsubishi 2004 Eclipse 124K miles, automatic, Bid forms may be picked up at the Jackson
Cristie sunroof new tires $5500. FIRM 334-596-9966 Chevy 2013 County School Board Facilities Office located at
Ranger 1988 454V, sunroof, new tires l. M 4-9-verado LT, 2971 GuytonStreet, Marianna, Florida, 32446,
150 hp Black Max Nissan 2001 Maxima SE V-6 automatic, loaded, 6,000k miles, 2 during the normal working hours of 8:30 a.m.
Mecury, live wells, new wheels & tires. $4600. OBO 334-797-7420. wh.dr., fully 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
trolling motor, $5,000 Nissan 2013 Altima, low miles, like new. $200 loaded, white,
334-695-4780 down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714- extended cab, WAS $33,900 REDUCED TO The Board reserves the right to reject any or all
Boat: 1995 arson 174EICB, 4.3L Alpha with 0028. $28,500 334-687-7702 bids and / or accept the one most beneficial to
Boat: 1995 Larson 174SEICB, 4.3L Alpha with Uit's operation.
accessories, better than good condition, will Toyota 2010 Camry LE: Excellent condition, Ford 2012 Ranger XLT, XCab, fully equipped,
not last. $4850. Call 334-673-1355 fully loaded, gold, 55,560 miles, $13,820 like knew. $200 down, $249 per month. Call Steve R. Briton, Sr.
Carolina Skiff 15hp. Honda 4-cycle engine, Call 334-701-0320 Steve 334-791-8243 Superintendent od Schools
galvanized trailer, like new condition includes
cover, anchor & vests. $4500. 406-868-8918
Starcraft 1995
Tournament 18' Bbat with
1995 Mercury 135 HP on
Galvanized Trailer. Trolling
motor and GPS. $5,900
Eufaula, Call 334-695-1117.
SunTracker Regency Edition 2011 25 ft. XP3
party barge pontoon, ski tower, 150hp, Mercury
-max engine, still under manufacture warr,
dual axle Tracker trailer, comes with all you
need to get on the water. Beautiful boat, must
see, selling at blue book value. 334-763-9124


Completely furnished. 32 _
2006 Mountaineer 5th Wheel
ft. 3 slides, 2 AC. ExcellentI___1"__=__-..- _- _-_.
condition. one owner.
Stored @ Emerald Coast RV Residential & Commercial
Resort in Panama City. "Beautification of Your Home" Lawn Servicee Te Removal *TreeTrimming
$21,500. 334-790-3869 Carpentry/Painting Installations Stump Grinding
edae Furniture i rRpair & Refinishing Affordo ble Prices Free Estimatesd Fee Estimates
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So o l850-693-5812 850-592-7216
Jacks, bac2001 Bounder 37ft. 51K mi. p r [dS l!l
300hp, Turbo Diesel, 6 sp. Fo,-I F o- r All Y our ome-A en (850 28449-adssn a S
Allison 300 mh auto trans. .-*-. -
7.5 generator, 2-slides, W/D lots of extras. 1997 ''-aNew Homes & Room Additions Flooring FARM ERS T, Th Sat
Honda 334-792-0552 Serious In. ONLY Dozer and Excinavati ork Painting SidingKitchen & Bathroom Upgrades T
2008 Class C Winnebago Acces31J Ponds Road Building Demolition Cut Ceric Shower Specialt Pomdres nE-
Motorhome with 2 slides, bunk bedsPine Tre Planting Herbicide Spraying Custom Ceramic Shower Specialist Porches
bed in back, queen bed over cab, Jack-knife Fire Line Plowing Burning Pole Barns C0oncrete Driveways Sidewalks & Slabs Now fetung Panhandle.artists & crafters every Saturday
sofa, dinette. Ford E-450 Frame, V-lO engine, Clay O'Neal .... .50-762-40RE. ...'..
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Four Winds 2007 31.5 ft. 2-slides, automatic .. ... Repairing All Types of TVs Since 19708 5880
extras. 32.500K miles $32,500. 334-692-4254. TRIPL Save money by repairing instead of replacing. Sing Jackson and Surrounding Counties
MUST SELL! Ti ffin 2003 Phaeton motor home, s' Mfg authorized for most name brands. a
3 slides, 3 Tv's, diesel, queen bed, Satellite, a I DLP lamps in stock.
many other features, some camping
accessories included. Selling for health Call us or visit our website for more info Robert Stanf
reasons. $68,000 FIRM 334-714-1671. W a 16 334-792-0551 M USIC LESSONS
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Obituaries
Obert Funeral Home held 1p.m. Wednesday, Sneads, FL for over 25s terl
1556 Brickyard Road May 21, 2014 at Cypress years before retiring in
Chipley, Florida 32428 Creek Community Church 1986.
850-638-2122 in Alford, Florida with Rev. She is preceded in death
www.obertfuneralhome.com Donnie Chancellor and by her late husband, Edwin ets u J
Chad Corbin officiating. Hubbard Kitching and
The family will receive daughter, Sarah (Sally)
Malvin friends from 6-8p.m. Tues- Evans. The Associated Press
Donald day, May 20, 2014 at Cy- Survivors include daugh-
Don ld press Creek Community ters, Jeannie Ivey (Millard) NEW YORK The NBA
Corbin Church. Interment will fol- of Graceville, FL, Mary Jane charged Donald Sterling
low in Rockhill Church Hayes (Richard) of Mt. on Monday with damaging
cemetery in Chipley. Obert Pleasant, FL and a son, Job the league and its teams
Malvin Donald Corbin, Funeral Home of Chipley, Kitching (oni) of Castle with his racist comments,
63 of Chipley, Florida, Florida directing. Rock, CO; 9 grandchildren, setting up a une 3 hearing
passed from this life on Shelly Greenwood (Scot- after which owners could
May 18, 2014. Byrd Funeral Home tie), Brantley Ivey (Whit-
Malvin was born Decem- 3409 West Main Street ey) i a dus vote to terminate his own-
ber 25, 1950 in Apalachico- Dothan, AL 36305 Hayes, Ashley Evans, Secily ership of the Los Angeles
la, Florida to Clarence and 334-793-3003 HEvas, Ashy Evans, Parker Clippers.
Evans, Abby Evans, Parker
Ida (Morris) Corbin. He www.byrdfuneralhome.com Kitching and Sawyer The league also said the
was a 1969 graduate of Kitching; 11 great- banned .owner has en-
Cottondale High School grandchildren, Drew and gaged in other conduct THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
and served in the United JOy Autrey Rhett Greenwood, Brayden that has -impaired its re- Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling (right) and
States Army. He owned and c and Dylan Stalvey, Jarred, lationship with fans and V. Stiviano (left) watch the Clippers play the Los Angeles
operated M&L Produce as Kitching Katilyn, and Cole merchandising partners Lakers on Dec.19,2010, in Los Angeles.
well as Corbin Packing, and Mankowski, Autry and Gus '"ll of these acts provide games, during their con- A number of sponsors
Pond Baptist Church in of463 trey Kitchin, 8 Iey arah and Madison grounds for termination versation that was record- suspended their deals
Alford, Florida. Graceville, FL, passed away In lieu of flowers contri- under several provisions ed. 'Sterling specifically with the Clippers in the
He is preceded in death Friday night, May 16, 2014 butions can be made to of the NBA constitution mentioned Magic John- wake ofSterling's remarks,
by his parents: Clarence at her home following, a Church of Christ, P.O. Box and related agreements," son, then criticized the potentially hurting league
and Ida Corbin. short illness. 144, Marianna, FL 32447 or the league said in a NBA Hall of Famer again revenues, andplayershave
He is survived by his lov- A memorial service will Emerald Coast Hospice, statement. as a poorrole model dur- said they would consider
ing wife of 44 years Eliza- be held at 2:00 p.m. on Fri- 1330 South Blvd, Chipley, Sterling was banned for ing arecent interview with a boycott next season.
beth Kent Corbin of day, May 23, 2014 at Ca- FL 32428. life and fined $2.5 million CNN. "Mr. Sterling's actions
Chipley, Florida; son: Chad erns Road Church of by Commissioner Adam "Among other things, andpositionssignificantly
Corbin ae widae Yarah of Christ, 4448 wiver Road, Silver after the release of Mr. Sterling disparaged undermine the NBAs ef-
Chipley, Foida; daughter Marianna, FLwith Minister a recording in which he African-Americans and forts to promote diversity
William of Cottondale, Mrs. Kitching was born made racist remarks. He 'minorities'; directed' a ind inclusion; damage the
Florida; brother Buel September 18 1924 in titic Designs Umited nc has until May 27 to re- female acquaintance not NBAs relationship with its
Corbin of Westville, Flori- Montgomery, AL and spent Y Local Florist andGifts spond to the charge, and to associate publicly with fans; harm NBA owners,
da; 'sister: Myrtice Law- the younger years of her 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna the right to appear at the African-Americans or to playersand Clippers team
rence of Cottondale, Flori- life in Greenville, AL. She 850-372-4456 hearing and make a pre- bring African-Americans personnel;and impair the
da; four grandchildren: lived in Sneads, FL for 34 sentation before theboard to Clippers games; and NBAs relationship with
Gracie Zick, Cooper years before moving to Michael's Toggery of governors. He has the criticized African-Ameri- marketing and merchan-
Corbin, Mia Corbin, Bryson Graceville, FL where she Funeral AppropriateAttire right to a lawyer at the cans for not supporting dising partners, as Well
rb has resided for 18 years.2878 effersonStarianna hearing, but strict court- their communities," the as with government and
Funeral services will be She was a teacher in 850-482-8647
FneaShe was ataher in room rules of evidence NBA said. community leaders," the
would not apply. The league also charged league said.
e Minnesota Timber- Sterling with issuing a If Sterling does not
wolves owner Glen Taylor, false and misleading me- respond to the charge
the'board chairman, will dia statement about the within five business days,
From Page 1A preside over the hearing, matter. or appear at the hearing,
County, came by the exten- which is planned for two Article 13 of the NBA's it would be deemed an
sion office with his mother days before the start of constitution, which deals admission of the. "total
to tlkthings overwithWar- the NBA Finals. If three- with termination of own- validity of the charges as
den as he prepared to enter ,fourths of the other 29 ership, states that one presented," according to
aJune contest that requires owners vote to sustain the of the conditions is if an the constitution.
him to "candle" eggs to test charge, Sterling will be owner fails or refuses "to But even the players
for yolk size and other con- forced to sell the team he fulfill its contractual obli- whoLwant him out believe
ditions. In the old days, the has owned since 1981. gations to the Association, Sterling will fight, and his
flame of an actual candle Silver has said he is con- its members, players, or attorney sent :a letter to
was held up near the large fident he has the votes. any other third party in the league last week in-
end of'the egg to illumi- Sterling told a female such a way as to affect the forning it that Sterling
nate the interior enough friend, V Stiviano, not to Association or its mem- wouldn't be paying the
to make such judgements, bring blacks to Clipper bers adversely." fine.
but these days you can use
a green-tinted light beam
to do that work. As Warden
aiid Owens bent together
toward the light set Uip on
a table about waist-hgh to
Owens, she pointed out the
elements considered when
grading .an egg AA, A, B,
or inedible in quality. She
answered his questions,
clarified and expounded
on various points. She an- RISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN
swered his mother's ques- Stacey Warden (left) coaches Noah Owens on the finer points .
tions, too, about the typical of poultry judging, including what to look for in the outward
contest setup that Noah appearance of an egg. Owens will be going to Gainesville in
can expect. She moved- on June for his first State 4-H poultry judging contest.
to help him understand
how to judge the exterior have that same experience, son County 4-H Livestock SUBMIrEDPHOTO
of a egg, as well. Owens has brought both Stacey Club. She has alsorecrited From left toright (front row), Compass Lake in the Hills Property Owners Association board
left there with an expert's and Brad back to Jackson her husband Brad to work of directors Vice-President Jose Caote, Prdent Duane Laster, Emergency Preparedness
tshare of information sand CountyBr-H once agato ," wiJ her asba co-leadter. Chairman Don MacLaren, Director/Treasurer John Epley; (back row, from left) Director Jim
share of information and County 4-H, once again," with her as aco-leader Gibbs and Director John Padgett.taster and MacLaren are holding the landscape and con-
new judging skills that just she wrote. "Only this time, "The commitmient of struction guidelines used in the community which helped thesubdivision attain "Firewise"
might help him edge out theywill be taking the helm Stacey and Brad to return status.
the competition in June. as leaders. Stacey came to Jackson County 4-H,
As awinning4-H contes- in to see me in January of and to give backand share the fire dangers associ- bogs and other areas that
tant herself, Warden knows this year. I immediately felt their knowledge and expe- i ated with some of the have massive numbers of
the thrill of victory and a kifship with her, as she rience with others, exem- most popular but highly very combustible bushes
wants to help the young, has a similar background plifies the ideals behind 4- From Page 1A combustible lands.cap- that could help ignite and
people oftoday experience to mine and was brought H: head, heart, hands and of allocation types that ing plants on the market, then give wildfire more
it,too. up in 4-H the way that my health. They are providing would be available and is and were encouraged to fuel.
But its abdut more than sons and I were. She told service to others, because still deciding whether to either keep those and "Our improvements are
that, and Warden wants me what 4-H has meant they pledged at an early go after training dollars, otherlandscaping materi- being made over time,"
to make sure that in her to her as a youth and as an age,.their head to clearer equipment or a combi- alsa. certaindistancefrom Laymon said, "and edu-
leadership she attends to adult, and how she would thinking, their heart to nation of assets using the their homes, remove the cating the people who live
the much bigger and more never have gotten to see greaterloyalty, their hands designation as priority most combustible if they out here about things they
important goals of 4-H, she the places she has seen, or to larger service, and their leverage, were there already and too could do to help really was
says. form the lifelong relation- health to better living for He notified the subdi- close, or to reject certain critical to the process."
Angel Granger, the 4-H/ ships with Extension pro- their club, their communi- vision's leadership of the plantsfromthebeginning. Laymon said he thinks
Youth Development agent fessionals and university ty, their country and their Firewise status in a meet- Laymon said volunteers the designation could
at the extension office, contacts that she has, had world. Now that pledge ing last week. "They were are helping the elderly also ultimately improve
couldn't be more pleased it not been for her involve- holds true, not only for very pleased," Laymon remove such plants if they the subdivision's fire rat-
to have a veteran with that ment in 4-H. We talked for them as adults, but now said. "It's been a long time request the helpbut add- ing, which has already
kind ofethic at the helm. over two hours, and when for their own children and working. We had several ed the changes have never improved from a seven to
Grangertalkedaboutthat she felt confident that I yours." community meetingsto beenmandatory. a six. That took place five
in an email about the War- would be the kind of 4-H To find out how to enroll inform people about ThePropertyOwnersAs- or six months ago, hesaid,
dens' volunteerism. "Real- Agent she expects me to children in the club, call the program and what it sociation is clearing some and was mostly attribut-
izing the value ofwhat they be, she signed on the dot- Granger at the number would take.to get there." old-growth trees off some able to some additional
learned through 4-H, and ted line and started the ball above and/or leave a mes- For instance, he said, of the land it owns, Lay- training and equipment
wanting their children to rolling to form a new Jack- sage for StaceyWarden. residents learned about mon said, particularly in for firefighters.

C afeteria the cafeteria. Wiggins pre- Debt Service fund. Addi- [ rl Haslip, was the sole person Most of the property
sented bid information to tional monies are expected responsible for the crime. has been recovered and
board members during from food service vendor She workedforthevictim returned to the owner,
From Page lA their monthly workshop Sodexo and the remain- From Page lA as a live-in nanny for the but authorities say Haslip
last week and recommend- ing $125,000 would need to the house. past several months and pawned several pieces
theproject.TheBainbridge, ed they move forward with to be pulled from sales tax The next day, deputies had access to and knowl- of jewelry in Dqthan,
Georgia-based company the base project as well revenues. were back at the house edge of the areas where Alabama.
bid $785,000 for the base as the add-on work, for a The SHS cafeteria project to follow up on the case. the items were stored. Haslip was charged with
project, plus $30,000 for budget of $815,000. will be before the board It was then they say they During a recorded state- grand theft, but the inves-
an optional project add- "The bulk of the funding at today's meeting, which got evidence to support ment, authorities say tigation remains open.
on that would revamp the will come from the dis- starts at 4 p.m. and is open that the live-in nanny, 31- Haslip confessed to steal- Additional charges are
food service drive outside trict's Capital Outlay and to the public. year-old Samantha Irene ing the items. possible.


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NBA


NBAs biggest losers look for lottery win

The Associated Press Conference finals. subpar performances be- cess" after its 19-63 record
"To me it's part of the cause don't worry, it's go- included a 26-game skid
NEW YORK They lost mystery and part of the ing to be great three years that matched the longest
often,,as in 67 times for the enjoyment in seeing who's from now." in NBA history. The Sixers
Milwaukee Bucks. right, who's wrong," Com- The Bucks have a 25 per- may have topped the list,
Sometimes they lost missioner Adam Silver said cent chance to win and but they were hardly alone
always, as in 26 straight recently. give incoming new own- among suspected tankers
times for the Philadelphia "Will these perceived ership a great welcoming this season.
76ers. I great players coming into gift. Philadelphia (19.9 "I thought it was pretty
Now the NBAs biggest thedraftreallybein a posi- percent), Orlando (15.6) crazy that teams were do-
losers have a chance for a tion to turn around teams? and Utah (10.4) have. the ing that. But they're saying
huge win. So it's part of the fun." next-best chances, with this is going to be one of the
The draft lottery is Tues- The Bucks and 76ers sure longtime powerhouses toughest draft classes since
day, a night some teams areenjoyingit, andtryingto THEASSOCIATED PRESS Boston and the Lakers be- 2003," Indiana University
appeared to be aiming to- get theirfans in on the good In this May 21,/2013 file photo, NBA team representatives sit hind them after rare poor star NoahVonleh said.
ward for months during a times. There's a viewing onstage at the start of the NBA draft lottery in New York. The seasons. That class produced LeB-
season featuring plenty of party in Milwaukee where draft lottery is Tuesday, May 20, a night some teams appeared But this was a season ron James, Dwyane Wade,
talking about tanking; all fans get a pingpong ball. to be aiming toward for months during a season featuring where for some teams, a Chris Bosh and Carmelo
The winner gets the No. 1 The 76ers were giving away plenty of talking about tanking. job well done meant do- Anthony, so if this draft re-
pick in next month's draft, a trip to NewYork. ing their jobs poorly. After ally is that good, it's hard to
when an Andrew Wiggins Silver is aware of the they think that's the quick- a team in two years, can a forgettable draft in 2013, blame any teams for trying
or Jabari Parker might tanking speculation and est route to the top. you rebuild in three years, this one is considered to get to the top of it.
make all of this season's uneasy that fans might "The jury is out on the what's the track record of much more promising, .Thefact that so manydid
misery worth it. think NBA teams were strategy and I think that teams trying to do that," good enough that some has sparked new calls to
It's a potential make- willing to take-their money makes for good copy as well. Silver added, "and I am teams who knew they change the lottery process
or-break night for some without caring if they win I'm intrigued," Silver said. mindful that in a league ,weren't going to win de- so as to not invite tanking.
teams, which is why a pro- the games.,But he under- "I read both sides of it in of 30 teams that we're also cided they would be better Silver said it will be looked
gram about the results of a stands that teams some- terms of, is that the right selling competition on a off if they lost. at over the summer, but as
random drawing ends up times need to rebuild, way to build a team, what nightly basis and I don't Philadelphia owner Josh- the lottery turns 30, there
as the prime-time lead-in and that may mean going impact does it have on want to create a sense that ua Harris even called his isn't a perfect idea for how
for Game 2 of the Eastern straight to the bottom if culture, can you rebuild we want to subject fans to team's season a "huge suc- torun it.


Warriors, Kerragree AP sources: Wolves open to idea of trading Love

on 5-year $25M deal The Associated Press thy of parting with the heatup. Orleans to the Los Angeles
7- second-best player in The Timberwolves are Clippers in 2011.
MINNEAPOLIS franchise history, they are slotte to pick 13th in the The uncertainty sur-
The Associated Press, year playing career. Throughout most of last content to move forward first round., rounding Love has also
Kerr also served as gen- season, Minnesota. Tim- with a plan to show Love But they are holding out complicated the Wolves'
OAKLAND, Calif. -The eral manager of the Phoe- berwolves president of that Minnesota is where hope that they get lucky pursuit of a coach to re-
Golden State Warriors nix Suns from 2007-10 basketball operations Flip he belongs, much the way for the first time in fran- place Rick Adelman, who
and Steve Kerr have before going back to'the Saunders and owner Glen the Portland Trail Blaz- chise historyin the lottery retired after the season.
completed TNT broadcast table. He Taylor remained steadfast ers did with LaMarcus Al- and jump up. Getting one Saunders has been in
the coach- replaces Mark Jackson, in their stance that they dridge lastoffseason. of the top three picksin a the market for, a proven,
ing contract who was fired by the War- would not consider trad- Love just finished the strong draft could be ,an experienced head coach
agreed' to riors on May 6after three ing Kevin Love. second year of a four-year encouraging sign for Love. who can come and com-
last week. seasons and back-to-back They were determined deal that includes an op- If that doesn't happen, mand respect right away
The -sides playoff appearances in instead to convince the tion for him to opt-ott in the Wolves could look at while also handling what
finalized the large part because of his All-Star forward that he the summer of 2015. making a trade if they felt most assuredly would be a
five year sour relationship with should sign an exten- The contract terms were it had a chance to make difficult season filled with
Kerr deal worth team management. sion to remain after next the first signs of strife for them better in the lpng constant questions about
up to. $25 million Mon- Jackson already has season. Love and the organization run. Love's status.
day. The team said it will agreed to a multiyear deal With the NBA draft lot- when former basketball 'Love has made three Not surprisingly, most
introduce Kerr at a news to rejoin the lead NBA tery coming up this week boss David Kahn declined Al-Star teams and helped of the names near the
conference Tuesday at its announcing team for and an increasing concern to give him the full five- Team USA win the gold top of Saunders' list'have
downtown Oakland prac- ESPN/ABC. Jackson is that Love will leave for an- year maximum deal that medal at the London been reluctant to enter-
tice facility. working the Eastern other team after next year, Love wanted. Olympics. He averaged tain the idea of taking the
"We're very pleased to ConferencefinalsandNBA that stance has softened, Kahn was fired in 2013 26.1 points, 12.5 rebounds job without knowiAgwhat
introduce Steve Kerr as Finals with Mike Breen two people with knowl- and Saunders has worked and 4.4 assists last season, is going to happen with
our new head coach," and JeffVan Gundy.. edge of the situation told tirelessly /to try to con- but the Wolves finished a Love. Some luck on lottery
Warriors general man- The Warriors job is cer- The Associated Press. vince Love that he should disappointing 40-42 and- night could, also make the
ager Bob Myers said 'in a tainlya far more attractive The Timberwolves are stay in Minnesota where missed the playoffs in the job more attractive for an.
statement. "We are con- one than when owner Joe now open to the idea of. he can make about $26.5' Western Conference. incoming coach.
fident that he will be an Lacob hired Jackson away trading Love if the right million more than he can While there remains In the absence of any
extremely good fit for our from broadcast table in deal comes along, anywhere else. some question whether long-shot lottery luck, the
team and our organiza- June 2011. The Warriors The people requested But the Wolves have not Love can be the best play- Wolves will ramp up their
tion as we venture into are coming off a 51-win anonymity because the made the playoffs in 10.. er nachampionship-cal- coaching search after their
the future. The fact that season and consecutive team has not made any years, including all six of iber team, there figures to draft position solidifies on
he played for several of playoff appearances for final decisions: on Love's Love's seasons with the be a long list of suitors to Tuesday night.
the greatest coaches. in the first time in 20 years, future in Minnesota. A team, a lack of success line up for his services via Names such as Lionel
the history of the game and they've surrounded likely asking 'price would that has one of the best trade this summer or free 'Hollins, Sam Mitchell and,
including Phil Jackson star Stephen Curry with a include a high first-round power forwards in the agencynext year. Scott Skiles will all get
and Gregg Popovich talented young core. pick in this year's draft game growing more and But Love would likely consideration. And return
will serve him well, as will. "I'mreally excited about and a solid veteran or two more impatient. have to give any team that runs at Michigan State's
the many nuances that the unique opportunity who would come in and Neither Love nor his rep- makes the Wolves an offer Tom Izzo, Florida's Billy
he learned from perform- to coach a very talented contribute right away to a resentatives have gone so some kind of indication Donovan or Iowa State's
ing on the brightest stage team and work for this team that is lacking in vet- far as to ask for a trade, but that he is open to signing Fred Hoiberg aren't out of
during his incredibly suc- committed management eran leadership. as the NBA draft lottery an extension, much the the question after all three
cessful, championship- group," Kerr said in a If the Wolves do n6t get approaches on Tuesday, way Chris Paul did when gavethematepidresponse
filled career." statement. "In my estima- an offer they feel is wor- the trade market figures to he was dealt from New early in the process.
Kerr, 48, had been in tion, the Warriors, from
talks with the New York top to bottom, have be- ..
Knicks about becoming come one of the marquee
their coach after Jackson organizations in the NBA /mer 1/3 innings to get the win with one walk and one and four strikeouts, with
took over as team presi- in recent years. I'm look- .l. Ire for Farm Bureau, walking strikeout. Harrell pitching the
dent in, March. He won ing forward to becoming five batters and strik- Riley Robinson got the' fourth and giving up
three titles for Jackson in part of that environment FromPage5A ing out six, with Jared startforMaloneandwent two hits and thqee
Chicago and another two and building upon the Griffin Tucker started Johnson closing it out three innings, giving up walks while striking out
under Popovich in San success of the last two on the mound and went 2 and allowing no hits a hit with seven walks two.
Antonio during his 15- seasons."


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