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Jackson County Floridan

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

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

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Marianna Floridan

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Vol.91No.106

Firefighter Schultz must bury 3 who died in plane crash
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER loted the downed plane and was near a heavily-trafficked local Knowing that many people have family for day of plane rides in
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com the only survivor. As ofWednes- store in the future, but in the been reaching fo~away to help,. the 1974 Piper Cherokeee Model
day, Patrick remained in critical meantime are accepting out- Winget said giving in this effort PA 28 that his brother was pilot-
The Jackson County Fire Res- condition at an area hospital. right donations into the newly- Its ne way the larger commu- ing as a treat for the clan. Tom
cue union is asking the commu- According to JCFR Chief Scott established Jackson County Pto- nity can express its sorrow and and his two youngest sons had
nity to pull together and give to Birge, Tom saw the crash happen fessional Firefighters' Schultz support. c gone up for a ride just moments
help one of their own. and helped save his brother's life Family Benefif.. fd atSuntrust According to Birge, Schulz is. before the plane took off again
Alford Station firefighter/para- after the plane tumbled from the' Bank branches. Donors can sim- known not just for his compe- with his oldest son, 14-year-old
medic Tom Schultz is struggling sky and caught fire. ply reference the account name tence in giving emergency care, Nicholas Hoang, his mother,
with grief over the loss of his Tom and his family are also when they get ready to contrib- but for his computer know-how, Kathleen Schultz, and his aunt,
mother, his aunt and the step- shouldering the significant fi- ute in cash or with checks. his good attitude and his dry and Nancy Moore, aboard.
son he'd raised from toddler age. nancial burdens associated with The funerals ae scheduled to analytical sense of humor. He The plane departed from Ma-
The three died in a plane crash suddenly having to pay funeral take place in Panama City Satur- has worked at JCFR for the past ran Airfield, at 22303 Longleaf
Sunday morning near the Bay/ expenses for three people, says daymorningat10a.m.,andWin- 11 years. Road in Fountain, and crashed
Jackson/Calhoun county lines. JCFR union president and friend get is hoping Jackson County can Birge said he had arranged to shortly after takeoff. Birge said
He is also keeping vigil over his Ricky Wmget. The JCFR team help erase the debt that will be get off shift about an hour early
brother, Patrick Schultz, who pi- plans to carry out .a boot drive associated with those expenses. Sunday so that he could join his See CRASH, Page 5A




'Eyes on the Kids' campaign


promotes water safety

BYANGIE COOK
acook@jcfloridan.com
In Florida, drowning is among the
leading causes of death for children
ages 1-4, according to the state De-'
partment of Children and Families.
With that statistic in mind, DCF
officials on Wednesday launched
the first phase of the agency's state-
wide "Water Safety Campaign" with
a Tampa press conference.
Since the start of this year, the
Florida Abuse Hotline has taken 28
calls about alleged child drownings,
a statement from DCF reports. DEH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN FILE
WhenilrenDEBORAH BUCKHALTERFLORIDAN FILE
When children have access to wa- Tourist Development Council Director Pam Fuqua addresses
ter, the campaign urges, parents, Jackson County commissioners about. efforts to increase
guardians and caregivers should tourism.
ke "Eyes on the Kids" at all
timhes.
Distractions texting, phone e e
calls, long conversations or simply
dashing off to change the laundry
from the washer to the dryer are
to be avoided when.kids are in or
even near water.'A designated adult
"WaterWatcher" should be present BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER ties bring a piece of the
at all times. dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.cbm tourism dollar into each
"Our state loses more children of the neighboring coun-
under the age of five to drowning Jackson County Com- ties. "Each town along
than any other state in the nation," missioners agreed Tues- U.S. 90 is :very similar in
DCF Interim Secretary Mike Carroll day to pursue a regional that their courthouses or
said ii astatement announcing the grant aimed at increasing town squares are centered
public safety campaign kickoff. tourism along the U.S.90 on 90," she said. "It has
"Parents and caregivers must be coriidor and spreading the things that tourists
vigilant about keeping their eyes general public knowledge are looking for -- the his-
on children around water. Taking of its history and value. toric aspects and the little
extra precautions can save a child's Jacksonandneighboring shops that are unique
life." Washington County are mom and pop operations
The campaign emphasizes the each trying to obtain up that they want to visit and
importance of every child in Flori- to $25,000 from the states experience. This grant
dalearning to switm, noting that the Office of Economic Op- would help us get started
American Association of Pediatrics MARKSKINNER/FLORIAN FILE portunity for the project, in putting the word out
recommends that all children ages In this 2013 photo, Madilyn McNeil jumps in the water during a swimming lesson and would use the money about them individually
4 and up take swimminglessons. At at the Chipola College pool in Marianna. to hire a consultant. That and collectively. Ifwework
Chipola College in Marianna, chil- individual would write regionally to, we're going
dren's swimming lessons are set to accompanied by an adult. Barriers suscitation may occur but only if a strategic promotional to be able to draw more
beginin June. childproof locks on all doors, a someone knows how. Even ifyou're plan focusing on U.S. 90 people to more places
"Keeping Florida's children safe pool fence with self-latching and not a parent, learn CPR. It can assets. The idea is to get along the way. When the
in and around water is everyone's self-closing gates, as well as door mean the difference between life both counties on board tourist sees all the side-
responsibility," State Surgeon Gen- andpool alarms- physicallyblock and death. Also, in an emergency, so that they could work by-side opportunities laid
eral and Secretary of Health Dr. a child from the pool. Professional, it is critical to have a phone nearby together toward a regional out together, then we,all
John Armstrong said in the state- fitted pool covers may be used, but and immediately call 911. approach to the task, said benefit."
ment. "Supervise consistently, use not asimple canvas covering; those Jackson County Tourist That wasn't Fuqtia's only
gates to prevent access to pools, can be drowning hazards and en- Development Council bit of business with the
and learn emergency CPR to help trap a child in thewater. Floridalaw Director Pam Fuqua. She board Tuesday. Her an-
keep water activities safe for every- requires barriers for home pools. said Gadsden, Holmes nual contract Was also up
one this summer." a Swimming Lessons: The Ameri- and Walton counties have for renewal. The board
A state-run website can Academy of Pediatrics recom- expressed interest in try- approved that, too, unani-
www.waterprooffl.com offers mends children ages 4 and older ing to get invoqlved next mously. With that official
more information on drowning learn to swim and encourages year aswell. action, she begins her
prevention: caregivers of children ages 1-3 to She said she learned third year as head ofTDC,
a SupervisiOn: Someone should consider swim instruction for their about the grant program at an annual salary of
always be actively watching kids child. Caregivers should learn to while talking with an OEO $42,500, the same amount
who arein or near the pool. Don't swim as well. To find swimming les- representative who took shewas making before.
play around on your phone or get sons in your area, contact your lo- part in the recent River- Fuqua said she has sev-
invdlved in a big conversation cal officials or youth organizations. waySouth Apalachicola/ eral ongoing projects in
while watching them; drowning For information on lessons offered Choctawhatchee summit the works to help Jackson
can happeni in just a few iinutes. at Chipola College, call 718-2473 or held at Chipola College. County increase its pres-
Designate a "Water Watcher" to visitwww.chipola.edu. Fuqua said a regional ence among the tourist
keep an eye on swimmers. a Emergency Preparedness: When approach makes the most trade and that she was
a Bariers: A child should never a 'child stops breathing, a small sense in trying to help the grateful to be able to con-
be able to enter the pool area un- window of time exists in which re- many small communi- tinue the task

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Apalachicola Low 10:49 AM High 6:51 AM 0-2 Low, 3-5 Moderate, 6-7 High, 8-10 Very High, 11+ Extreme
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O R ID A N TODAY their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels an option to buy an extra card at the end ofthe run
)) Marianna City Farmers Market Open 7 a.m. to including beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473. for $5. Food and drinks on-site and along route, Call
Publisher Valeria Roberts noon at Madison St. Park. Now featuring Panhandle d "Senior Singles" Meeting 6-8 p.m. Eastside 482-4570 or check out PartnersforpetsMariannaF
vroberts@jcfloridan.com arts and crafts every Saturday. Baptist Church (in the rear), U.S. 90 East, Marianna. on facebook.
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski )).St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. Anne's New location. Ample parking. Singles age 50 and )) Chautauqua Winery Summer Craft Festival
doberski@jcfnoridan.com Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., Marianna. Welcome older are invited for games, food, prizes and speakers. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Chautauqua Winery, 364 Hugh
edonations: household items, clothing and jewelry. Donations fund charitable endeavors of Mariannas Adams Road, Defuniak Springs. Free wine tastings.
CONTACT US Proceeds go to help less fortunate in our community. Gathering Place Foundation. Call 272-6611. An array of vendors will showcase their products. For
Call 482-3734. t Celebrate Recoveryn- 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship free vendor booth information, email info@chautau-
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Chipol Civic Club Meeting- Noon at The Oaks Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult uawinery.com.
FAX: 850-482-4478 Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and Graceville Free Medical Clinic -10 a.m. at
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com is the local community, "Community, Children & hang-ups:' Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call Graceville Free Medical Clinic, 5470 College Ave.,
Street Address: Character." Call 526-3142. 209-7856,573-1131. Graceville. For patients who have no medical
4403 Constitution Lane ) Employability Workshop "12 Keys for Success" )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- 8-9 insurance, Medicaid, and meet the federal poverty,
Marianna, FL 32448 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. Workshop is p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, guidelines. We have physicians and nurses and give
Office Hours: facilitated by a certified motivational career coach. 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. professional health care services to our patients. Call








Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid lear or teach favorite projects Call 482-9631 tion form o vist www.active.com and search event Workshop is facilitated by a certified motivational
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Workshop is free of charge and open to the public.
Visit EmployFlorida.com to register. SATURDAY, MAY31 SUNDA
MISS YOUR PAPER? ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8-9 ) Marianna City Farmers Market Open 7 a.m. to
p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia noon at Madison St. Park. Now featuring panhandle M Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
You should receive your newspaper no later St., Marianna, in the AA oom. arts and crafts every Saturday. 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist
than 6a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, uesday to Salute the Wounded 5K Fun Run Challenge 8ela i M
Friday, and 7a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The cFRIDAY, MAY 30 a.m. Citien's Lodge Park, Marianna. Registration
Jackson Conthy Fland ( S 27184 0) fo Hooks and Needles .m. at the Jackson starts at 7 a.m. Fun Run for those not cmpetitive MONDAY, JUNE 2












8-18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and Partners for Pets Poker Run 9 a.m. Jennings location call Shawn at 693-1621 or email
acon Cout yCounty Public Library, Marianna branch. New and fo i s e. $25 registration fee. Go to www. Employability Workshop "Job Search Strate-
is published Tuesdaeliery through ian experienced handcrafters welcome toh create, share, daysprinchristianacademy.cc to download registra- gies" 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center.
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. tion form or visit www.active.com and search event Workshop is facilitated by a certified motivational
at Marianna, FL. to register online. There is a $3.25 convenience fee career coach. Workshop is free of charge and open to
hChipola Healthy Start Community Baby Shower for online registrants. The course is on all different the public. Visit EmployFlorida.com to register
a.m. to p.m. at Jackson County Agriculture terrains and there will be seven to 10 obstacles. For Jacson County Quilters Guild Meeting- 5:30-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Center, 2741 Penn Ave., Marianna. There will be no more information, email Kristen Sylvester at salu-, oe garag Julianne Nuyen, 2
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 charge. For more information, call Theresa Harrison tethewounded5K@gmail.com 7:30 p.m. at Jackson County Extension Service,
for three months;at $62.05 for six months; at 482-1236. Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meee advertise- he Marianna Police De- Oice and county ire/rescue complaint, two assaults, three Highway 71,ings are fourth
fr three monts $2.05 frsix mont; at 4 ))Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- 8 a.m. Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, lessons
and $123.45 for one year All prices include Madison Street Park Farmers Market p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, and help. All quilters welcome. Call 573-544.
applicable state and local taxes. Mail 7 p.m. at Madison Street park. Will be open each 2901 Caledonia Stin Marianna. ty c c ar o 6
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Friday evening. FMNP and SrFMNP vouchers are ) City of Jacob Regular Council Meeting 6 p.m.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; accepted. For more irfo call 693-4078. )) Bird Walk 8:30 a.m. Florida Caverns State Park at Jacob City Hall. Public welcome.
there shal be not liability for non-se M Visitrs Center Parking Lot. Cost: $5 per carload. Breaking Free 7-8 p.m. A closed SAA group is
$92.24 for six mortsnt hs and $184.47 for one one Cl iob strction ed e Walk will be led by Caverns Volunteer Mark Hebb and a 12-step fellowship of men and women recovering
yeamount paid for such advertisement.This physiChurch on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by will last about an hourt of ment complaint and one report burn Road, Marianna, battery















newspaper will not knowingly accept or bal disturbances, one burglar drunk driving, of counterfeit money. (domestic violence), resisting
Sea a a a e Marianna OptimistClub for students for students t our abandoned arrctiv wihoat vio re n n
8-18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and Partners for Pets Poker Run 9 am. Jennings location call Shawn at 693-1621 or email
All subscriptions to the Jackson County Fields off Caledonia St. in Marianna. $15 per bike with BreakingFre eSAA@yahoo.com
Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
Day for which there is a premium charge. email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
ADVERTISING
The advertiser agrees that the publisher down, 12 traffic stops,
shall not be liable for damages arising MARIANNA POLICE SHERIFF'S OFFICE three larceny complaints, one Highway 162, Marianna, driving
out of geners and advertisements beyond trespass complaint, two follow- under the influence.
he amount paid orhe space actually DEPARTMENT Theackson County Sheriff's tigationsonegarbage Juliane Ngun, 2817
occupied by that portion of the advertise- The Marianna Police De- Office and county fire/rescue complaint, two assaults, three Highway 71, Marianna, viola-
mentse in which the error occurred, whether partment listed the following reported the animal complaints, one fraud tion of community control.
such error is due to the negligence of the incidents for May 27, the latest :following inci- complaint, 12 property checks, Mary Sorey, 58, 2680 Rambo
iers y and dents for May two assists of other agencies, Road, Campbellton, reckless
there shall be not liability for non-inser- dent, one suspicious incident, f :- 27, the latest onepublic service call, two wel- driving.
tion of any advertisement beyond the one highway obstruction, one l E available report: fare checks, one threat/harass- ) Frank Collins, 28, 2627 Mash-
Photogi p of anyoadvertisen t y aobeyod
amount paid for such advertisement. This physical disturbance,.two ver- One report of ment complaint and one report burn Road, Marianna, battery
newspaper will not knowingly accept or bal disturbances, one burglar drunk driving, of counterfeit money. (domestic violence), resisting
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis: alarm, 12 traffic stops, one civil two accidents, four abandoned arrest without violence.
ing which expresses preference based on dispute,one animal complaint, vehicle reports, three suspi- JACKSON COUNTY
legally protected personal characteristics is two property checks, one assist cious vehicles, three suspicious JAc CO
not acceptable, of another agency, one public incidents, three Suspicious per- CORRECTIONAL FACILITY Jail Population: 222
t an eo p 5are fr Al Tpes o F o t&nk To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
service call, one welfare check sons, five highway obstructions, The following persons were at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
HOWTO GETYOUR and 18 home security checks. one burglar, two prowlers, one booked into the countyjail dur- agency.
drug offense, 24 medical calls, ing the latest reporting periods: To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
Th EWJk So o FBLIdn wJACKSON COUNTY one burglar alarm, one power ) Da'ron Anderson, 28, 4897 404-FWCC (3922).
news of general interest free of charge.
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144TH HOLDS REUNION FORAN IS TOP

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SUBMITTED PHOTO

families of the 144th Transportation unit gathered, at the
National Guard Armory in Marianna for their annual reunion.
Everyone enjoyed a good meal and great fellowship. Any former
member wishing to be notified of the next reunion should send their
contact information to: 1127 12th Ave., Graceville, Fla. 32440 or call
DannyWatford at 263-6912. SUBMITTEDPHOTO
aurel Foran is Chipola College's Career Employee for April.
CHIPOA COS ETOLOGYTO Foran serves as a staff assistant in Accounts Payable and has
CHIOLA COSMETOL YTO orked at the college since 1996, Pictured (from left) are
S Y Chipola President Dr. Jason Hurst, Laurel Foran and Vice President
HOST CANCER BEAUTY DAY of Finance Steve Young.

Scholarship being offered
Applications are being accepted for a n An ACT or SAT score is required.
city of Marianna scholarship to Chipola a Recipient must pursue course work
College. Qualification: leading to an AA, AS or BS degree at
n Recipient must reside within the city Chipola College or course work leading
limits of the city of Marianna. to a four-year degree.
n Must be a current year's high school Each scholarship will cover up to a
graduate or have successfully complet- maximum combined total of $1,000 to-
ed requirements set forth by the state of ward tuition for the currentyear, fall and
Florida Home School Program. spring semester at Chipola College.
e Must have achieved an unweighted Applications are available from the
grade point average of 3.00 (B) or better Chipola Foundation Office.
in high school and if applicable, college Applications must be submitted by
course work completed. June 5.

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P ictured is Survivor Day participants Pearl Cox and Tymetra
Brannon. The Chipola College Cosmetology program invites
cancer survivors and those living with cancer to enjoy compli
mentary services on Tuesday, June 3, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Chipola is
joining with other salon professionals nationwide to offer free servic-
es. Cancer Survivor Beauty and Support Day was founded in 2003 by
Barbara Paget, who recruits salons and cosmetology schools from 50
states to participate. For information, contact the Chipola Cosmetol-
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Salute the Wounded 5K Fun Run FOR HIM
Dayspring Christian their caregivers. Their pur- convenience fee for online
Academy's K4B Class, pose is to give these war- registrants.
taught by Miss Kristen, riors hope, and to show The course is 'on all dif-
is hosting a 5K Fun Run them that their sacrifice ferent terrain, and there
Challenge for their class was not made in vain. will be seven to 10 obsta-
Service project. Their ser- The challengewillbe Sat- cles. This will be a fun and
vice project is to support urday, May 31 at Citizen's challenging event. You
their service men and Lodge Park in Marianna. won't want to miss it. Af-
women. They have done Registration will start at ter the races are finished, The Bulova Accutron
various things throughout 7 a.m. and the competi-, there will be an obstacle Calibrator To locate a Sherwin-Williams store near you,
the year for their service tive runwill start at 8 a.m. course set up for kids that The world's first automatic visit sherwin-williams.com or call 1-800-4-SHERWIN.
project, and they aie plan- There will be a Fun Run are there to go on. There timepiece that gives you
ning to end the year with for those who don't wish will also be a silent auc- the power to line tune its Enterforac hancetoWin a 2014
a big bang! They are host- to be competitive follow- tion. There are several au- accuracy. .Ford ExplorerANpo a VIPtrip to a
ing the first-ever Salute ing the first race. Regis- tographed Miami Marlins atson 2014 Chase forthe NASCAR Sprint
the Wounded 5K Fun Run tration is $25. You can go items to be auctioned as Cup" Race ofyour choice:
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from the event are going inacademy.cc to down- gift cards plus much more.. Your Hometown jeweler
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is a faith-based retreat for search our event to regis- vester at salutethewound Downtown Marianna
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Sneads FFA recognizes members at annual banquet

Therie were more than FFA Chapter.
150 members and guests The Sneads FFA Chapter
present at the Sneads FFA also recognized individu- .
SBanquet and Auction on als for their leadership and V4* 1W IVW
May 8. The chapter recog- dedication to agriculture.
nized students' achieve- The Eagle Award was pre- ._
ment and celebrated com- sented to Destinee Douthit
munity involvement. for her dedication and ex-
FFA members who sat- cellence in chapter leader-
isfied the qualifications ship.TheWorkhorseAward
and received their green- is presented to a non-of-
hand degree include: Sa- fider who is reliable and is
mantha Rabon, Ashleigh dedicated to the success of
Varn, Erick McWhite, Jay- the chapter. Shelby John-
lyn Palmer, Donnie John- son received this award.
son, Nathan Broome, Don The 67th annual Dekalb
Dowling, Shelby Johnson, Agriculture Accomplish-
Hailey McDaniel and Ket- ment Award, sponsored by
sia Tshimbalanga. Saman- Monsanto, was presented
tha Rabon was awarded to Ashleigh Tharpe. The
the Star Greenhand Award Jackson County Farm Bu-
for going above and be- reau SAEP presented by SUBMITIEDPHOTOS Shown (left to right) are award-winners Ashleigh Tharpe,
yond the qualifications Mike Hatton recognizes Pictured (left to right) is the 2014-15 officer team: Johnny Samantha Rabon, Destinee Duthit, Hailey McDaniel, Taylor
listed by the FFA. a member that maintains Stone, Cole Hamilton, Shelby Johnson, Caleb Reed, Hailey Reed, Christina Wingfield, Jacob Brown, Gerri Hardin, Orion
The chapter degree is a successful SAE project. McDaniel, Garret McDaniel, Don Dowling, Joseph Scott, Douthit, Joseph Scott, Don Dowling, Cole Hamilton and Trent
aaees o ar ee r e ts Samantha Rabon and advisorJillian Etress. Whittington.
awarded to students who Taylor Reed received this
have outstanding super- award. The Florida FFA
vised agricultural experi- Alumni organizes an es-
ences and meet the mini- say contest each year and
mum qualifications of the awards scholarships to the
degree. Tyler Arnold and top 10 writers from across
Joseph Scott both received the state. Placing sixth this
this honor. The star chap- year was Don Dowling. He
ter farmer was awarded to earned a scholarship to the
Joseph Scott for work on Florida Leadership Adven-
his horticulture project. tures Camp in Haines City.
Each year, the Florida The 2014-2015 officer
FFA Association presents teamwasannouncedatthe
qualifying members with conclusion ofthe banquet:
their state degree. Taylor President Cole Hamilton,
Reed, Cole'Hamilton and Vice President Samantha
Gerri Hardin will be rec- Rabon, Secretary Joseph
ognized at the 86th Florida Scott, Treasurer Hailey
FFA Convention for their McDaniel, Reporter Garret
achievement. McDaniel, Chaplain Jonny Taylor Reed receives the Jackson County Farm Bureau SAEP, Destinee Douthit, Eagle award-winner.
The american degree is Stone, Parliamentarian preented by Mike Hatton.
the highest degree a mem- Don owling, Historian
ber can receive. Mem- Shelby Johnson and Senti-
bers receiving this degree nel Caleb Reed.
must invest or make at The annual Sneads FFA
least $7,500 from their SAE banquet is not only a time
(supervised agricultural to recognize member but
experience) or $1,500 in' to raise money to spon-
conjunction with 2,250 sor students who will be
hours of SAE work outside attending the Florida FFA
of school hours. Georgia Convention in July. Many
Pevy will be recognized at local businesses donated
state convention and will items for the silent auction.
receive her degree at the Community members also
National FFA Convention joined together as table
in November. sponsors to help reduce
The Sneads FFA recog- student costs sponsoring
nized more than 100 spe- tables at the $200,. $100
cial guests for their con- and $50 levels. Star spon-'
tributions throughout the sors include: Woodman of
year. Christina Wingfield the World, Beauchamp's
and Paul Coley were in- Hardware and Supply, the
ducted as honorary mem- Hardin Family, SOWEGA Ashleigh Tharpe, the 67th Annual DeKalb Agriculture Retiring officers (from left) Destinee Douthit, Jacob Brown,
bers of the Sneads FFA Cotton Gin, Ham Peanut Accomplishment Award-winner. Taylor Reed and Ashleigh Tharpe.
Chapter Rick and Bar- Company, James and Sikes
baraToole werepresented Funeral Home, Sunsouth Memorial Post 241. Gold United Methodist Church, Barn Nanny's Feed Store, member Chris Johnson
with a special apprecia- of Donalsonville, Georgia, sponsors include: Jakin Peoples South Bank, Mow- Perry and Young Attorneys and West Florida Electric.
tion award for their loy- CloverLeafCotton Gin Inc. Peanut Company, River- rey Elevator, the Town of at Law, Chipola Ford, Plaza Campbellton Farm Service
alty and dedication to the and the American Legion sideVet Clinic, Sneads First Sneads, Williams Farm, Barber Shop, school board was a Blue sponsor.



Justice Clarence Thomas asked to block evidence

The Associated Press Legislature over new po- information (and its entry violated new standards bypass the constitutional Florida Supreme Court
litical maps. into evidence) during the adopted by voters in 2010. amendment. Evidence so ruled the information
TALLAHASSEE A bit- But the court also said ongoing trial in the under- Florida legislators draw far has shown that one could be introduced as
terlegal feud over Florida's that the evidence which lying case,.to keep the pro- new districts every 10 GOP consultant received evidence.
political landscape has includes emails and maps verbial cat in the bag, and years based on new cen- maps before they were In its 5-2 ruling'the state
now made its way to the must not be disclosed to preserve the applicants' sus data. .made public. Supreme Court called the:
United States Supreme in open court. ability to later petition'this The groups suing the A Republican Party of- redistricting trial unique
Court. The groups suing legis- court," states the petition Legislature, which include ficial testified Friday that and said it's important to
An emergency petition lators planned to present written-byTallahassee at- the League of Women congressional maps he allow the evidence to be
was filed Wednesday with the evidence as soon as torneyD. Kent Safriet. Voters, contend that leg- drew and turned over to considered,
U.S. Supreme Court Jus- Thursday. DataTargeting'slawyers, islators violated the "Fair a GOP consultant were Supreme Court Chief
tice Clarence Thomas that But lawyers represent- who are being paid by the Districts" constitutional identical to those submit- Justice Ricky Polston
asked him to stop a Flor- ing Gainesville-based Republican Party of Flori- amendments which said ted to the Legislature by wrote a stinging dissent in
ida judge from hearing Data Targeting and its da, maintain that disclos- districts cannot be drawn a member of the public which he said the majority
evidence obtained from a employees asked Thomas ing the information would in a way to favor incum- months later. overstepped its authority
Republican political con- for an emergency stay on violate First Amendment bents or members of apo- Circuit Judge TerryLew- by ruling on evidence dur-
sulting firm. Wednesday. Thomas han- speech rights as well as re- litical party. is had ruled to allow the ing the middle of the trial.
The Florida Supreme dles emergency applica- vealtr.adesecrets. Attorneys for the groups documents to be used at He called the ruling "tru-
Court ruled this wireek tionsfromFlorida. The court filing also ar- have argued that legisla- the trial, but his decision lyunprecedented" thatex-
that up to 538 pages of "An emergency stay is gues the information is tors used a "shadow" pro- was overturned by the 1st pands the role of the high
evidence could be used necessary to prevent dis- irrelevant to -determining cess that relied on political District Court ofAppeal. court "outside the bounds
by groups suing the closure of this privileged whether the Legislature consultants in an effort to But late Tuesday,. the of the constitution."

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Bette-Jean
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Bette-Jean Moore of Ma-
rianna died Tuesday, 27
May 2014 after a long ill-
ness in Port St. Joe.
Bette was a loving Christi-
an woman .ho enjoyed
playing gamed; embroider-
ing gifts; lunching with
friends over her delicious
egg salad; and spending
time with the youth. She
was a dedicated grand-
mother and best friend to
her daughters. She was
known for always sending
cards and letters, to her
friends and family and was
especially known for her
famous fudge. Bette was
loved by many and will be THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
sorely missed. In this Jan. 26, 2003 photo, Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Malcolm Glazer celebrates the Bucs' 48-21 victory over the Oakland Raiders in Super-Bowl XXXVII
She was preceded in in San Diego. Glazer, the self-made billionaire who owned the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers and English soccer's Manchester United, has died. He was 85.The
death by her parents, Bucs said Glazer died Wednesday.
Grover and Dorothy Wood-
ard and her half-sister,
e i seurid b ter Billionaire, NFL am owner Glazer dies at 85
daughters Paula-Jean
Moore Acker and her hus- TheAssociated Press teenager when his father coaches and front office 13, their worst record since Buccaneers, Glazer made
band, Michael of Salem, died in 1943. personnel with the re- 1991; failed bids to land an NFL
Pope and husband Robert TAMPA Malcolm As president and CEO sources to do their jobs. The family didn't get a expansion franchise for
of Panama City, FL; three Glazer, the self-made bil- of. First Allied Corp., the To fans accustomed to the warm reception in the Baltimore and purchase
grandsons, Aaron Acker, lionaire who led the take- holding company for the frugalwaysoforiginalBucs United Kingdom, where the New England Patri-
Lance and Carson Pope; over- of English soccer's family business interests, owner Hugh Culverhouse, Man U fans protested and ots, San Diego Padres and
two sisters Toni Horn of Manchester United and he invested in mobile- Glazer was a savior. burned Glazer's likeness in Pittsburgh Piates. He also
Booneville, MS and Jo Ellen owned the NFI's Tampa home parks, restaurants, "With- our major invest- effigy because they feared tried to buy the Los Ange-
Jacobs of Hoisington, KS; Bay Buccaneers, has died. food service equipment, ment here, we didn't come the American was acquir- les Dodgers from Rupert
half-sister Ruth Ann of Cal- He was 85. marine protein, television in here to have a loser," ing the storied British soc- Murdoch before turning
ifoia and half-brother The Bucs said Glazer stations, real estate, natu- Glazer said after acquiring cer franchise purely for his attention to Manches-
Bruce of New Hampshire. t he right m an Bam hee i t20.
Brue oferew ampeshir be diedWednesday. ral gas and oil production the Bucs. financial gain. ter United.
at 10 a.m., Friday, May 30, The reclusive Palm and otherventures. Forbes In one of its boldest At the time, Mark Long- An intensely private
2014 at Lovedale Baptist Beach businessman had ranked him, along with his moves as NFL owners, the den of the Independent man who cherished main-
Church with Rev. Cliff been in failing health since family, as tied for No. 354 Glazer family fired Tony Manchester United Sup- taining a low profile and
Smith officiating. Inter- April 2006 when a pair of on the world's richest peo- Dungy as coach after the porters Association, said spending much of his free
ment will follow 'in strokes left him with im- ple listwith a net worth at 2001 season and paid a his group was "calling on time with family, Glazer
Lovedale Baptist Cemetery paired speech and limited an estimated $4.2 billion. hefty price four draft all supporters to wear also bickered with four
with James & Sikes Funeral mobility in his right arm He purchased the Bucs picks and $8 million cash black. If they can get hold older sisters overhis moth-
Home Maddox Chapel di- and leg. for athen-NFLrecord $192 to the Raiders for the of blackflags, they should er's estate a legal battle
recting. Glazer raised his profile million in 1995, taking over opportunity to sign Jon wavethem because it rep- that lasted more than a
The family will recieve in 2005 with a$147 billion one of the worst-run and Gruden to a contract. resents what is happening decade.
Thursday, May 29, 2014 at purchase of Manchester least successful franchises The move paid off right to the club." As Bucs owner, he was
James & Sikes Maddox United that was bitterly in professional sports. And away. Gruden led the Bucs But the club had success one f the driving forces
Chapel. opposed by fans of one while Glazer once said he to their first NFL title the on the pitch, winning the behind construction of a
In lieu of flowers, memo- of the world's richest soc- probably overpaid by $50 followingseason, andGlaz- League Cup in 2006, 2009 state-of-the-art stadium
rial contributions may be cer clubs. Before that, his million, the value of the erjoined inthe celebration and 2010, the English Pre- built mostly with taxpayer
made to American Heart unobtrusive management team has more than qua- in the locker room. mier League from 2007-09, moneyand also sank mil-
Association, Arthritis Foun- style helped transform the drupled since he assumed "He came from heaven 2011 and 2013 and Euro- lions ofhis own into a new
dation or American Cancer Bucs from a laughingstock control. and he brought us mo heav- pean Cup and Club World training facility and team
Institute. into a model franchise In an era when many en," Glazer said. "We were Cup titles in 2008. headquarters that opened
Expressiona o nf symath that in 2003 won the Super owners of professional waiting for the right man But the team has been in August 2006.
http://www.jamesandsikes Bowl 48-21 over the Oak- teams attract nearly as and the right man came saddledwith debt.
funeralhomes.com/ land Raiders.. much attention as the ath- Jon Gruden." Since 005, more than
"The thoughts of every- letes, Glazer was content The family fired Gruden $1.1billionhas been s nt
are with the family to- handle daily operation of Bruce Allen after the 2008 which is currently arounda
S o H oar w96 cnsith uiona vt say famil tong Elzblie gk sang t sh currinte a lygt onne b r
night," Manchester United the Bucs and rarely grant- season, when the team $600 million. Despite its From Page 1A
Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. said in a statement.. ed interviews or visited the completed one of the big- worst league finish in 24
Your Local Florist and Gifts Born Aug. 25, 1928, in team's offices and training gest collapses in NFL his- years, United has been Tom called 911 to report
2911 Jefferson St. Marianna Rochester, New York, the facility. tory, losing four straight generating record rev- the crash and summon
S 850-372-4456 son of a watch-parts sales- But he was a fixture at games following a 9-3 start enue, each quarter, with help. He accompanied
Michael's Toggery man, Glazer began work- games before his health to miss the playoffs. The turnover set to *exceed the first-arriving JCFR
Funeral Appropriate Attire ing for the familybusiness became an issue, and, he slide continued in 2009 $700 million in the 2013- team member to the
2878 Jefferson St. Marianna when he was 8 an d took spent generously to ac- under newcoach Raheem 14 financial year. scene, which was diffi-
850-482-8647 over the operation as a quire players and provide Morris as theBucs went 3- Before he bought the cult to reach because of
the terrain, and helped
give his brother medi-
StacEte Brie cal care, Birge said. The
chief eventually escorted
e'swifeweds ing on unel6. Kenmore, NewYork, asked At Scott's order, the state hospital in May Tom and his wife from.
five years later The law allows elected hiswife to call 911 while Agency for Health Care "State inspectors.have the scene to their home
officials to place assets he went to help the man. Administration has made been blocked by federal in Lynn HCven.
WEST PALM BEACH in a blind trust ibstead of DiFrancesco assisted several unannounced officials from carrying out The Schulz brothers
- The widow of Patrick reporting each inestment Strecker to shore. visits to inspect VA hospi-- their mission of ensuring are both on emergency
Swayze has remarried five publicly. Scott is the only tals. Each time they were facilities in Florida meet teams and come from
years after his death. candidate using a blind Man commits blocked and Veterans Af- the healthcare needs of a long line of such pro-
Lisa confirmed her marriagyze The lawsuit contends rust carjacking in lot fairs responded with three our veterans. I have asked fessionals, Birge said.
confirmed her marriage The lawsuit contends letters one to Scott and AHCA to sue the federal Patrick is a firefighter in
Sunday on Twitter. the blind trust law violates NEW PORT RICHEY- two to AHCA Secretary veterans affairs agency South Carolina, another
She wrote "How often a 1976 constitutional Investigators say a daring Elizabeth Dudek stating to shine a light on their brother is also in the ser-
does lighting strike twice?" amendment that requires thief committed a carjack- that federal facilities aren't activities and protect the vice, and their father was
and said it was "an incred- politicians to disclose their ing inthe parking lot ofa subject to state laws. lives of our heroes who also in the field.
ible, wonderful, joyous finances. Tampaarea courthouse. Scott said the lawsuit haose earned nothing short JCFR team keeps in
day." Cooper said candidates The Tampa Bay Times will seek to allow access to of access to the best care touch with Tom as much
A marriage record filed run a risk if they use a reports a woman was the facilities: possible." as possible, and at his re-
with Palm Beach County blind trust while qualify- getting into her vehicle "As the chief health Instead, Veterans Af- quest Birge will perform
shows the groom is Albert .ing. Scott's re-election in New Port Richey on policy and planning entity fairs offered to schedule a simple ritual at the fu-
Deprisco. The couple lives campaign says-Scott will Tuesday afternoon when for the state that licenses, a meeting between the neral service in honor of
in Boca Raton. follow any court ruling. a man demanded her inspects, and investigates agencies to discuss pro- Nicholas. A Bay County
Patrick Swayze had lead- diamond engagement ring consumer complaints, grams and olicies. honor guard will fold
ing roles in "Dirty Danc- NY iman saves and car keys. AHCA should be allowed ."It is my understanding a ceremonial flag that
in" ando erfis h M r Pasco County Sheriff's access to federalVA that AHCA representa- Birge will then present to
as "Ghost." He died in g deputies say the man hospitals to inspect their tives have continued to Tom's wife, themother of
2009 of pancreatic cancer. ST. PETE BEACH- The spedawayinthecar.They processes and their facili- arrive unannounced atVA the child that had called
quick actions of a New found the abandoned ties," Scott said in a press Medical Centers within Tom "Daddy" since he
No rush in blind futI York man likely saved the vehicle about an hour later release. the State of Florida. Please was 3years old. Severalof
icase i ig S life of a 66-year-old Geor- in nearby Hudson. The action comes as 26 be advised that VA and its Tom's fellow JCFR work-
gia man who became tired VA facilities nationwide Medical Centers are corn- ers will be at the service
TALLAHASSEE Gov. while swimming about Scott to sue are under investigation ponents of the Federal in uniform to represent
Rick Scott is goingto have 100 yards off shore of St. Veterans Affairs after allegations about government and as such the department.
to qualify for the ballot Pete Beach. treatment delays and se- are not subject to Florida Winget says that this
without knowing the out- The Pinellas County TALLAHASSEE Gov. cret waitinglists intended laws," wroteVeterans Af- fundraiser is the first on
come of a legal challenge Sheriffs Office says 29- Rick Scott announced to hide delays in care. fairs lawyerWill Gunn. "A this scale that JCFR has
*to an ethics law. year-old James DiFran- Wednesday he plans to The state visitedVA number of Federal laws attempted in his time on
Circuit Judge John Coo- cesco heard cries for help sue the U.S. Department hospitals inWest Palm restrict dissemination the force. But, he says,
per onWedlhesday said Tuesday evening and saw ofVeterans Affairs in an at- Beach, BayPines, Miami, ofVA records, including he believes the Jackson
there's no emergency that Terry Strecker go under tempt to force the agency Lake City, Gainesville those complied for quality County community will
requires him to rule in the water several tinies, to allow the state to in- and Tampa in April and assurance purposes." take the challenge to
case by the start of qualify- DiFrancesco, of spect its Florida hospitals. returned to the Gainesville From wire reports heart.


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Identical twins offer up


selves for space science

The Associated Press Scott knows what he's NASA has selected 10
getting into: He spent five proposals for the twin
CAPE CANAVERAL months on the orbiting study, involving the im-
When astronaut Scott Kel- lab in 2010-2011. He be- mune system, gut bacte-
ly embarks on a one-year gan counting down the ria, reaction time, fluid
space station stint next days on Twitter in late shift in space and its po-
spring, his twin brother March. tential connection to vi-
will be offering more than Eager to explore new sual impairment, DNA
his usual moral support. medical territory, Scott and RNA molecular sci-
Retired astronaut Mark offered to have a pres- ence, hardening of the ar-
Kelly will be joining in sure sensor drilled into teries, among others. The
from Earth, undergoing his skull to study the im- researchers will receive
medical testing before, paired vision experienced a combined $1.5, million
during and after his broth- by some long-term space from NASA over three
er's American-record-set- fliers. years.
ting flight. He's also volunteered A Stanford University
It's part of an unprec- for spinal taps in orbit. sleep specialist and im-
edented study of identical He'll share quarters at one munologist, Dr. Emman-
twins, courtesy of the Kel- point, after all, with an uel Mignot, wants to give
lys and NASA. Researchers emergency medical doc- each brother a standard
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE hope to better understand tor-turned-NASA-astro- flu shbt before, during
In this March 2008 photo, American poet and novelist Maya Angelou smiles during an the effects of prolonged naut. The space station and after the one-year
interview with The Associated Press in New York. Angelou has died, Wake Forest University said weightlessness by com- crew typically numbers mission. Blood draws will
Wednesday. She was 86. paring the space twin with six. highlight any differences
the ground twin. "As a test pilot, I like to between the space twin
The Earthbound Kelly push the envelope on and ground twin, and
draws the line, though, at things and, in this case, I help researchers better
P o e t a u th ormimicking his brother's feel like I'm maybe trying understand changes to
eextreme exercise in orbit to push the envelope on the body's immunity in
or eating "crappy space 'data collection as well," weightlessness.
l station food." explained Scott, a retired Mignot feels lucky the
h a It's not bad when you're Navy captain. Kellys are "willing to be
in space," Mark said. But NASA scientists in- the guinea pigs for this
But he won't be carrying sist there's no compelling thing." 1
around "a can of Russian need for implants and "No one really knows
The Associated Press a sensation reading her poetry. By 17, she was a lamb and potatoes when spinal taps. They admire what happens to the im-
cautiously hopeful "On single mother. In her early I'm out to eat with my his gung-ho attitude, mune system in space for
NEW YORK Maya the Pulse of the Morning" 20s, she danced at a strip friends." though, and marvel at a long period of time and,
Angelou, a modern Re- at President Bill Clinton's joint, ran a brothel, was As for matching his their good fortune in hav- sooner or later, peopleare
naissance woman who first inauguration. Her married (to Enistasious brother's 1I2 to 2 hours ing a set ofidentical twins going to need to confront
survived the harshest of confident performance Tosh Angelos, her first of of daily exercise, Mark for comparison, this issue," Mignot said
childhoods to become openly delighted Clinton three husbands) and then replied with a mutinous The Kellys represent a That's the whole point
a force on stage, screen, and made the poem a divorced. By her mid-20s, chuckle, "Sure, I'll try. No scientific gift, said Craig of Kelly and Kornienko's
the printed page and best-seller, if not a criti- she was performing at the problem." Kundrot, deputy chief sci- one-year mission: to iden-
the inaugural dais, died cal favorite. For President Purple Onion in San Fran- This is the genetic dou- entist for the human re- tify physical challenges
Wednesday, her son said. George W. Bush, she read cisco, where she shared ble, mind you, of the 50- search program at NASAs that need to be overcome
She was 86. another poem, "Amazing billing with another future year-old astronaut who Johnson Space Center in before astronauts venture
Angelou's son, Guy B. Peace," at the 2005 Christ- star, Phyllis Diller. has volunteered to spend Houston. to Mars and beyond.
Johnson, said the writer mas tree lighting ceremo- Angelou was little an entire year aboard "Not only are they the The pair will launch
died at her home in Win- ny at the White House. known outside the theat- the International Space same genetically, but one from Kazahkstan aboard a
ston-Salem, North Caro- She was a mentor to rical community until "I Station beginning next is an astronaut, one's a re- Russian rocket and return
lina, where she had been Oprah Winfrey, whom she Know Why the Caged Bird March, along with Rus- tired astronaut. Sothey've via a Russian capsule.
a professor of American befriended when Winfrey Sings," a book occasional- sian cosmonaut Mikhail followed very similar ca- Midway through their
studies at Wake Forest was still a local television ly attacked for its content. Kornienko, 54, a former reer paths. After Scott's mission, they'll have a real
University since 1982. reporter, and often ap- In a 1999 essay in Harp- paratrooper. mission is done, he'll have change of pace.
Tall and regal, with a peared on her friend's talk er's, author Francine Prose No American has come 540 days of spaceflight (in English soprano Sarah
deep, majestic voice, show program. She mas- criticized "Caged Bird" as close to a year; seven four missions). Mark will Brightman perhaps
Angelou defied all prob- tered several languages "manipulative" melodra- months is NASAs max for have 54. So exactly a 10- best known for her star-
ability and category, be- and published not just ma. Meanwhile, Angelou's a single human mission. fold difference," Kundrot ring role on stage in "The
coming one of the first poetry, but advice books, passages about her rape The Russians, on the oth- said. Phantom of the Opera" -
black women to enjoy cookbooks and children's and teen pregnancy have er hand, are old hands at "That's just an uncanny intends to fly up as a pay-
mainstream success as stories. She wrote music, madeit a perennial on the long-duration spaceflight, opportunity that we're ing passenger in a private
an author and thriving in plays and screenplays, re- American Library Asso- claiming title to a record- taking advantage of." deal with the Russians.
virtually every artistic me- ceived an Emmy nomina- ciation's list of works that setting 14V2-month mis-
dium. The young, single tion for her acting in the draw complaints from sion back in 1994-95.
mother who worked at 1977 miniseries "Roots" parents and educators. "No second thoughts
strip clubs to earn a living and never lost her passion "'I thought that it was I'm actually getting
later wrote and recited the for dance, the art she con- a mild book. There's no kind of excited about the
most popular presidential sidered closest to poetry. profanity," Angelou told whole idea as we get clos-
inaugural poem in history. Her very name as an The Associated Press. "It er," Scott said in a recent
The childhood victim of adult was a reinvention. speaks about surviving, interview with The Asso-
rape wrote a million-sell- Angelou was born Mar- and it really doesn't make ciated Press.
ing memoir, befriended guerite Johnson in St. Lou- ogres of many people. I Reaction from others
Malcolm X, Nelson Man- is and raised in Stamps, was shocked to find there has varied from "'Oh, S m *
dela and the Rev. Martin Arkansas, and San Fran- were people who really that would be really cool Fa a, s
Luther King Jr., and per- cisco, moving back and wanted it banned, and I to be in space for a year'
formed on stages around forth between her parents still believe people who to 'What, are you out of
the world. and her grandmother. She are against the book have your mind?"' he said with
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Sneads no closer to finding boys coach

BY DUSTIN KENT "We're just trying to get Johnson remained on staff af- ball games getting started next
dkent@jcfloridan.com through graduation," Walden ter giving up the basketball job week, the Pirates could very
said. "We'll and is teaching Physical Edu- well start their summer season
Sneads High School is no clos- try to finalize cation while coaching the Lady without a coach.
er to hiring a new boys basket- it sometime Pirates' softball team, meaning Walden said that Sneads will
ball coach, according to athletic next week or that, unless another teaching play a summer schedule, which
director Zane Walden, with a possibly the position opens up, Sneads will he is currently organizing, and
new hire not likely to be made week after, have to find an applicant willing that he would consider coach-
until the end of next week at the But we're not and able to coach the basketball ingtheteamhimselfifnecessary
earliest. scheduling any more (inter- team while working somewhere until a new coach was hired.
The Pirates are looking for views) until after we get gradu- else. Of course there's still Johnson
someone to replace Bruce ation out of the way. It will be "It's very tricky," Walden said. on staff and available to coach,
Hubbs, who was dismissed after after graduation before we take "At a high school it's not like ele- though he has said he is happy
just one season at the helm af- a serious look at it." mentary (school) where they've coaching softball and not inter-
ter succeeding long-time coach The biggest obstacle Sneads all got the same degree and you ested in returning to his old job
Kelvin Johnson. will have in hiring a new coach can move them around where leading the boys.
Walden said there has been just is the lack of an open teaching you want. Our degrees have to "It's nice to have somebody on
one interview conducted thus position on staff, with Hubbs be by subject area and we don't staff who has done it and could
far, with only three applicants for having worked at Grand Ridge have a vacancy right now to hire do it again," Walden said, "but
a position that won't be officially School while coaching the Pi- into." he has expressed an interest in
advertised until next week. rates last season. With the first summer basket- not doing it."
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Chipola coach Patrick Blake gives instructions to his players in a practice before the 2012-13 season.
Blake starts restocking the guys we have on the roster and feel "He had a great year. He's a playmaker
good about the kids we've signed and I on both ends of the floor and plays with
Chipola men's roster thinkwe'll be able to put a team on the unbelievableenergyandmakestheplay-
floor that will be able. to compete for a ers around him better," Blake said. "I see
BY DUSTIN KENT conference championship." him being our floor geeral and setting
dkent@jcfloridan.com While Chipola returned a talented the tone for us at the defensive end and
and experienced nucleus going into last just doing a great job of making plays for
After a season that featured 26 wins, season led by All Panhandle Conference us at the (point guard position)."
Panhandle Conference and state titles, -performers Carlos Morris, Demetrious Sinear, anArlington Country Dayprod-
and a trip to the final eight in the na- Floyd and Cinmeon Bowers, the look of uct from the small West African coastal
tional tournament, the Chipola Indians next year's team is far less known, mean- country of The Gambia, joins Harvey
are starting virtually from. scratch this ing that Blake and his staff had no short- and Robertin,- who already has offers
off-season. age of priority positions going into the from Florida State, Virginia Tech, and
Chipola will have to replace 10 of its 12 recruiting season. West Virginia giving the Indians even
active players from last year's team, with "We needed everything," the coach more size and length on the interior.
onlyDejuan Harvey (4.4 points per game said. "We needed to replace an All "Ali is an unbelievable kid who speaks
in 22 games) and TyBaker (3.3 points per American in Sam Cassell and three other 13 different languages," Blake said. "Bas-
game) returning after seeing the court guards that were high-major guys who ketball-wise, he just plays with an unbe-
in 2013-14, with 7-foot center Legend scored about 75 percent of our points. lievable motor and does a great job on
Robertin coming back after redshirting We've really tried to get some transfers, the defensive end of protecting the rim
last season. some guys who have played at this level and rebounding the ball. He still has a
Indians coach Patrick. Blake has al- and will be able to come in and have ways to go offensively, but he can shoot
ready started the process of restocking an immediate impact, as well as recruit it out to 15 (feet), he's a really good offen-
the roster with the signings of 6-foot-2 players that fit our system, players with sive rebounder, and he can run the floor
point guard Tra-Deon Hollins and 6- great length and athleticism and a great fairlywell."
foot-10 Gambian center Ali Sinear, and offensive skill set." Chipola is hoping to get three more
he said he hopes to have three more new Hollins comes in as a transfer from -commitments this week from the likes of
recruits signed by the end of the week. Division-II Central Community Col- super-athletic 6-foot-6 New Jersey wing
"It's been going well," Blake said. "It's lege-Columbus where he averaged 17.1 player Junior Saintel, 6-foot-3 combo
going to be a whole new team. We don't points, 6.2 rebounds, 5.3 assists, and 4.1 guard and Odessa College transfer KJ
have the luxury of having really any start- steals per game, with the latter leading Scott, and 6-foot-7 Atlanta power for-
ers coming back, but I feel good about the nation, ward Greg King.



Lions rally past Rotary Prosecutor: Hernandez

BY SHELIA MADER runs in the fourth when Pitt- killed ater drin spill
Floridan Correspondent man led off with a single and
Beach took advantage of a bob- The Associated Press he frequented nightclubs in
Lions edged by Rotary 5-4 in bled ball to reach first safely. the area."
Marianna Ozone baseball ac- Blake Barber drew a walk and BOSTON Former New Haggantoldthe
tion Thursday evening at Opti- then Justin Clikas knocked in. England Patriots tight end Aar- court Heman-
mist Park. a pair of runs for a 4-0 Rotary on Hernandez gunned down dez and a friend
Sterling Crumpler took the lead. two men he did not know in drove from Con-
mound for Rotary and Kalen Lions got on the board with their car because one of them necticut to Bos-
Evans started for the Lions and two runs in the third inning bumped into him while danc- ton that night to
picked up the win. thanks to a two-out rally, as ing at a Boston nightclub, spill- go to a nightclub
Rotary drew first blood with Ethan Jones singled and Sam ing his drink, prosecutors said Herandez called Cure. They
two runs in the first inning, Wiggins launched a shot over in court Wednesday. were standing at
as Crumpler led off with a hit left center for a two-run home Hernandezpleadednotguilty theedgeofthedancefloorwhen
and Gage Bannerman reached run. in at the Suffolk Superior Court de Abreu accidentally bumped
safely on a fielder's choice put- Lions tied the game in the hearing to seven charges in the into Hemandez, smiled at
ting runners at first and second fourth when Tobett led things 2012 shootingthatkilled Daniel him and did not apologize,
before Wilton Pittman scored off with a single' and stole de Abreu and Safiro Furtado. A according to prosecutors.
one on a single and Jaxson second, with Evans follow- third man was wounded. Haggan said Hemandez be-
Beach scored another when he ing with a two-run homer of 'Hemandez's attorney, Charles cameagitatedandtoldhisfriend
singled to make it 2-0.. his own, evening the game Rankin, objected, sayingthepros- that de Abreu had deliberately
Caleb Torbett had the onlyhit 4-4. ecutor's account of the shooting bumped him, though neither
for Lions in the first inning, but AshbyWoodall led off the Li- was an attempt to poison the jury the victims nor club staff knew
did not score. ons' fifth inning by reaching on pool Clerk Magistrate Gary Wil- Hemandez was upset.
With two outs in the second an error and stealing aecond, son dismissed the objection. Hernandez and his friend
inning, Lions threatened when with Jones following with a sin- Prosecutor Patrick Haggan left and Gnt to another club,
Deacon Temples reached on gle, and Wiggins contributing said that in the months lead- where Hernandez was con-
an error, with Carey Griffin and his third RBI ofthenight for the ing up the shooting, Heran- vinced deAbreu and his friends
Rylan Evans loading the bases go-ahead run. dez had become increasingly had followed them, according
on walks, but a strikeout ended With two outs, Torbett sin- convinced that people "had to Haggan. The prosecutor said
the inning. gled, but the game was called been testing, trying or other- there was no evidence the oth-
Rotary tacked on two more on time. wise disrespecting him when er men ever left Cure.
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$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. ing w/ alum. dbl. trailer, miles, original owner, all maintenance/ inspec- CALL FOR TOP PRICE
http:// www.charloscountryliving.com. Matching canvas covers & tions up to date. Two aftermarket parts, first
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B 2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes good. Garage kept & covered. $5800. for both Canyon Cage. Plus OEM add-ons, a tank pro- I ALSO SELL USED PARTS
in Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 334-886-2739 or 334-797-7599. tection system, a color coordinated 47L top 24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664
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miles, 4 speed manual, $9500, klasyng4@outlool 4--7154 7-Days a week from 7a-7p 334-200-6487
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itage Softtail Classic: lots
4 8-S"7303M 1995 GMC Sierra Single Cab- Green, SWB, 5.0 of chrome, new tires, ............
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Unfurnished Mobile Homes, Apartments and PS, AM/FM/CD, Runs, Looks & Drives Good, tra luggage bags, new bat- : aunke :
Houses in Graceville. Rentals Houses in Marian- Good Tires, Interrior & Body, Low Miles, Own- tery, garage kept. $10,500. : Well be your Junker
na also available. Some properties pet friendly. ers Manual & Repair Manual, Window Sticker, 334-701-8771 We buy wrecked cars
Call Today 850-263-5753 Dothan Owner, 334-671-3059 NADA 5300, Sell Hary D n and Farm Equip. at
$4295. Harley Davidso Sprster and Farm Equip. at a
2006 XL1200R fair and honest price!
Buick 1994 Roadmaster, limited, clean, 157K racing orange, Vance & $250 & t Complete Cars
miles, blue, runs good, new tires & batery. Hines short shots, A 3 4= =
$2900. 334-347-8003 Mustang saddle. 15K Lm .....r=
33+a Santa Rosa Cnty, $1,550/acre- Chrysler 2005 Pacifica: silver, leather package, miles,- mint condition
sun/moon roof, Infinity stereo with CD player, $6200. 334-790-4781.
Larson McGowin Properties LLC Broker 334- DVD, GPS, heated seats, clean CARFAX, new -.
734-1382 www.arsonmcgowinproperties.com tires, 186k miles, one owner, garage kept, in
HOE FO S A great cond. $6,200. 334-791-0384 Chevorlet 2008 Equinox, black, exc. cond, Pow-
Dothan Southside Country Living 0 Down, $900 60th anniversary edition. 72K miles, $11,500. 334-792-0567
+/- total payment. Lovely wooded lot overlook- Black ext tan leather int. Ford 2006
ing Cypress Pond. 1.5 acres w 4/2 Brick. Fruit ,lM Heads up display, healed orpedition "0 061*
trees/pecans. Off Eddins Rd. Easy drive to Med seats, avigation, ZR1 spoiler, chrome wheels. Limited156k
Ctr. Owner pays closing $155,500. 334-797-881 Seats, navigation 1 ec e Sk
Appx. 11,000 miles automatic w/paddle shift. miles, video
MOILEhol HOMS FR Bought last year for my wife and she is ready system, 2nd NOI F A ON
for a SUV so its time for it to go. List price row captain,
Buy Now For Sale 1999 3/2 single wide 16x80 $66,800. Asking $52,900. Call 334-268-3900. sunroof, towing pkg. $9,000,334-740-0525 LF16088
on 5 acres.with all furniture, even down to INVITATION TO BID
glassware & linens. ESTATE SALE at vGOT BAD CREDIT? $$ Jeep Wrangler 2004 Sport silver, softtop, auto- Bids will be received by the Jackson County
Calhoun/Bay Co. line, 22973 Longleaf Rd. RIDE O al f ei matic, new tires, AC, garage kept, 88,250 miles, School Board, Marianna, Florida, until 2:00 p.m.
possible owner finance with 15% down, Reo passbanr exc. cond. $13,000 FIRM 334- 96-3318. Central Time, Tuesday, June 10,2014 in the Ad-
6.5 % interest, 10 year contract, SLOW CREDIT OK & K Volvo 2013 XC60 Platinum ministration Building Conference Room, at
Jim Garrett Inc. 1-850579-266 or cell Call Steve Po 334039550 Package SUV Fully loaded which time and place all bids received will be
850-718-5411. $63500 A Bargain with Platinum Package. publicly opened and read aloud for furnishing
rSS $$$$$$$$$ Uexc. cond, always garag-, all labor and materials for the construction of:
e cPARKING LOT REFURBISHMENT PROJECT
Honda 2012 Civic, 4 door, under warranty, like ed. Navigation, premium KINGREVLLE HIGH SCHOOL
new. $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis sound, homelink, front, FOR THE JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
o 334-714-0028. and rear park assist, All work shall be.done according to plans and
Mazda2004RX5 panoramic roo, tinted rear windows, keyless specification prepared by Paul A. Donofro and
Ranger 1988 454V, Cov b E onal drive, power tailgate, active dual Xenon lights, Associates, Architects, 2910 Caledonia Street,
Ranger 1988 454V onvertible. Exceptional rear park assist camera. Blind spot indicator Marianna, Florida 32446. Plans are on file and
150 hp Black Maxwell kept car. Replaced system. Like new! 334-693-4987 or open to inspection in the office of the Archi-
Mercury, live wells, Mw/new tires, spark plugs (334) 796-5919 r tect, 2910 Caledonia Street, Marianna, Florida..
trolling motor, $5600 replaced. Timing chain replaced. Drawings and specifications may be obtained
$4,500 334-695-4780 Serious buyers only. $8,200. Call 334-894-2134. :l: i frm the ofraw i ce of the Acficatis may be obtaed
Starcraft 1995 Mazda 2009 RX8: red, one onwer, 41k miles, Chevy 1996 Sllverado 4x4, 215K miles, runs like Box 861, 2910 Caledonia Street, Marianna, Flor-
Tournament 18' Boat with $12,700 Call 334-393-1440 ida 32446. Contractors may obtain one (1) set
1995 Mercury 135 HP on Mitsubishi 2004 Eclipse 124K miles, automatic, w loo of documents for $50.00. Bidding documents
alae railer. Trolling Eclipse 124K miles, automatic, $3600. 334-585-0271. will be sent UPS, collect, unless otherwise
motor and GPS. $5,900 sunroof, new tires $5500. FIRM 334-596-9966. C. Chevy 2013 specified.
Eufaula, Call 334-695-1117. Nissan 2001 Maxima SE V-6 automatic, loaded, Silverado LT, Each bid must be accompanied by a bid bond,
SunTracker Regency Edition 2011 ,25 ft. XP3 new wheels & tires. $4600. OBO 334-797-7420. 6,000k miles, 2 or a cashier's check, made payable to the Jack-
party barge pontoon, ski tower, 150hp, Mercury Nissan 2013 Altima, low miles, like new. $200 whdr., fully s on County Schoolf 5% of the base bid as a guarantee
-max engine, still under manufacture warr, down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714- extended cab, WAS $33,900 REUCED TO and with an agreement thatthe bidder will not
dual axle Tracker trailer, comes with all you 0028. $28500 334-687-7702 revoke or cancel his bid or withdraw from the
need to get on the water. Beautiful boat, imust Toyota 2006 Tundra SR5 Ford 2012 Ranger XLT, competition for a period of thirty (30) days af-
see, selling at blue book value. 334-763-9124 for sale b owner. TRD Ford 2012 Ranger XLT, XCab, fully equipped, ter the openiig of bids, and that in the event
s sv e. 34-763 4 for sale by owner. TRD like knew. $200 down, $249 per month. Call the contract is awardedto the bidder, he will
............... LR.package with matching Steve 334-791-8243 within ten (10)consecutive days after it is sub-
2006 Mountaineer 5th Wheel camper shell on bed. 2WD
camper shell on bed. 2WD mitted, enter into written contract with the
2006 Mountaineer 5th Wheel V-8 with excellent towing A Jackson County School Board .in accordance
Completely furnished. 32 power. One-owner and well-mainained truck. with the acceted bid The cost of the bond
ft. 3 slides, 2 AC. Excellent Only 98,000 miles in like new condition. Asking Dodge 2005 Caravan SXT: Top of the Line! will be included as part of the bidders base-bid
condition. one owner. $13,500. Call 334-494-0837 or 334-348-9293. Leather, video system, loaded, 119k miles, $250 proposal.
Stored @ Emerald Coast RV Toyota 2010 CamryLE: below KBB. Asking $4,500. Call 334-726-1651 NOTE: There will be a Mandatory Pre-Bd Con-
Resortlin Panama City. Excellent condition, fully GMC 1983 Vangard with zimmer package, must ference Tuesday, May 27,2014 at 9:00 a.m for
$21,500. 334-790-3869 loaded, gold, 55,560 miles, see !!! 42K original miles, $2800. 334-648-8522. all Contractors who planto submit a bid for
$13,000. Call 334-701-0320 this project, see Section B, "Instructions to
Cedarthwhel 0 'rear living, WBidders", Paragraph B-15.
2 slides, excelent conditionarage kept Toyota 2012 Camry SE, Sun roof, leather, load- The Owner reserves the right to waive
ed, must sell. $250 down, $279 per month. Call 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF informalities in any bid, and to reject any or all
Steve 334-791-8243 YOUR TOWING NEEDS! bids, or to accept any bid and any combination
O YOUR TOWINGC NEEDS! of alternates or separate bid prices that, in
Coachmen 2005 `rt A e ts e dttheir judgement, will be to the best interest of
Chaparral 35' -' 2002 Harley Davidson C Jackson County School Board.
Travel Trailer 202, Harley Davidson AUO-BDY& RE& CLINo JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
TrvNew, NevTer '* Ultra Classic Electra Glide. PAYNGOTOP DOLLAR FOR uNK ARS BY:/s/Steve Benton, Superintendent
Use, eeLuxur Garaged. Purple/black. Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 Jackson County School Board
Used, Luxury Loaded. Chromed out. M Florid
Top of the Line, $3000 Hensley Hitch, slide, add. hromed out Marianna, Florida
Tp 314,750 miles. Exc. cond.
$17,500 334-687-7702 $12,500. 334-792-8701
Layton 2008 32.5ft. Travel Trailer with 2 slides
& awning. King sz. bed in rear, excellent cond. 2004 Suzuki. Blue& silver.
with no known problems. elec.' FP, 2-TV's, Orig. owner, 15K garage I love my
wood cabinets, DON'T MISS THIS ONE !!!! kept, chrome, windshield, it"y cat...
$17,500. 334-678-7551 / 334-618-9731 Vance & Hines exhaust, 2"
risers, cobra seat, soft
B bags, luggage rack, run- I am not crazy
ning lights, footboards, kick shifter, custom, about rths...
2001-Bounder 37ft. 51K mi. grips, intake & filter, crash/sissy bar,.$3000, do
300hp, Tuirbo Diesel, 6 sp. domsailaway@gmail.com. 794-8709 after 10am.
Allison 300 mh-auto trans.
7.5 generator, 2-slides, W/D lots of extras. 1997 2007 Suzuki Boulevard 550 motorcycle 16,880
Honda 334-792-0552 Serious Ing. ONLY! miles. Garage kept. Black. $3,000 firm. Call
Joey at 334.714 9266.
Fleetwood 2006 Expedition: 38ft, 3 slides, die-
sel, 30k miles, sleeps 6,2 AC's, non smoking 2010 Harley Davidson FLHTCUTG Tri Glide Ultra
and no pets, good condition, CLEAN.$46,000. Classic, Trike, black, low miles, extended war-
Call 334-377-1998 ranty, $11,200. hansen74m@netscape.com
Four Winds 2007 31.5 ft. 2-slides, automatic 2011 Harley Davidson Super Glide Custom
hydraulic jacks, back up camera and many cool blue pearl & vivid black; garage kept,
extras. 32,500K miles $32,500. 334-692-4254, 11K mi. Driving lights, passenger back rest,
luggage rack, quick release windshield,
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last count) of wrecked race cars.- a graveyard of It took Jimmie Johnson 12 races, but he finally
mangled sheet metal. got his first win of 203.4 Sunday at Chalotte. He
CUP POINTS Earnhardt said he has been building the col- said his problem this year has been the handling URT RICK
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Daile Ehardt Jr. 34 "I think it's the Twitter thing," Earnhardt said to andsort out. There are always different chal- with the motors he is getting from the
Slast week. "I thir k people are learning about me lenge hs in this sport and I know that we'll get it." Hendrick camp.
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16. Paul Menard 328 The collection started when Earnhardt created playoffs "Looking back at the way the Chase SPRINT CUP: FexEx 400
s8 r A ninger 4 JR Motorsports about 10 years ago. format has beenstructured, I assume extnternational Speedway
19. Aric Alirola 31 "When JR Motorsports first started, we'd put so the winner of the All-Star race will be included SCHEDULE: Friday, practice (Fox
0 C oye much money into building those cars," he said. into the.Chase, based on my history," said this Sports 1, 11 a.m.), qualifying (Fox
Tony"When we'd tear them up, I couldn see throwing year's All-Star winner. "It seems like every year, Sports 1, 3:30 p.m.). Saturday, prac-


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Jimmie Johnson had never gone this far panic because you hadn't had a win? Was championship points positiqn would get us wanted folks in the garage to fear the No. 48
into a NASCAR Cup Series season without a there any extra added pressure coming into into the first phase of the Chase. Granted, to- again. Do you feel like that's starting to hap-
win, but that'all changed when he captured tonight? rnight simplifies things. We'll take it, move on." pen or do you need to win at Dover as well?
the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Sunday night. "No. I mean, the first goal is to make the "We really want to heat up and win races "We're off to a good start. Multiple wins do
Johnson has never won fewer than two races Chase. You want to win races at the end of the later in the season, especially before the that. If we can take advantage of the next few
or finished lower than sixth in final points'driv- season. You have to win races at the end of Chase starts. More than anything, I just got tracks that are great tracks for us, it would be
ing the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevro- the season to be the champion, tired of answering the question. There wasn't great momentum. Ideally you'd love to do it
let. After the win, the six-time champion talked "Of course, we want to win early and often. a lot of frustration due to pressure of winning. before the Chase gets started and carry that
about the pressure of netting that first victory. But we were holding steady in the champion- There was frustration in not having fast race right into the start of the Chase. But you never
Was there any point in the beginning of ship points. In my opinion, I don't believe there cars." know when you're going to peak and when
Jthe season up until now that you started to will be 16 different winners. I felt like a strong After you won the pole you said you everything's going to be just right."

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