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Vol.91 No.96
Bascom School

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on grant


May 17 reunion organizers
hope to know by Saturday

From staff reports
The Bascom School Renovation Project
Committee is hosting a reunion this Saturday
for anyone who ever went to school at the 85-
year-old structure. The May 17 covered-dish
Sevent will be held at Bascom City Hall, which
X-ray tech Samantha Thurman comes through the buffet line at the Jackson Hospital cookout Wednesday in Marianna. The The event begins at 11:30 a.m., and organiz-
cookout was part of the celebration for National Hospital Week. This isjust one of two get-togethers at the hospital this week. ers are hoping to start it with some big news;
The public is invited to the bigger one, the hospital's 75th anniversary celebration. It will be held this Friday at 1 p.m. in the a $50,000 legislative grant is being sought to
cafeteria located on the ground floor of the facility. RSVP Katharine Dozier at or call 718-2696. help give the old schoolhouse a new life as a
functioning community center. The commit-
The grant request was put forward last July,
S Ksubmitted to Florida Division of Cultural Af-
u fairs through its Cultural Facilities Program.
The grant would allow the committee to have
See GRANT, Page 5A
Jackson Hospital wants you to email Gov. Scott
Jackson Hospital CEO Larry
Meese is asking local residents
-to quickly launch an email cam-
paign asking Florida Gov. Rick
Scott not to veto the millions
of budget dollars that the lo-
cal rural hospital would receive e h rg
in the budget legislators have c r
The governor's office can be Greenw od man allegedly
contacted at http://www.flgov.
com/contact-gov-scott/ email- swapped good tires for bad
the-governor. He could make his oo
decision at any time in the next
very few days. BY ANGIE COOK
Within the budget adopted by
the legislature on May 2, there
are two line-item budget ap- A Greenwood trucker was in court this
propriations for the health care, week, facing a charge of grand theft after he
was arrested for allegedly
See HOSPITAL, Page 5A replacing good tires with
bald ones on the semi-
tractor he'd been hired to
'( ;ABOVE: This generator is Court documents indi-
located in what CEO Larry cate the incident occurred
Meese calls, the "guts sometime between August
: of the operation"for and November of last year,
Jackson Hospital the when 49-year-old Johnny Dennis
power room. It is the Clifford Dennis was em-
original generator for the ployed by a Grand Ridge man to drive a for-
hospital and is about 36 hire tractor.
years old., At some point during his employment,
Dennis allegedly removed four Dunlop-
AT LEFT: This MRI brand tires and four white rims from the rear
machine is a new addition axle of the 2001 Volvo semi-tractor he had
to the hospital. Added been hired to drive. According to the Jackson
Sat the end of 2012, the County Sheriff's Office report, the items were
machine is located in replaced with four bald tires mounted on
one of the new spaces in rims that had been painted green.
Jackson Hospital. The swap was discovered by the victim on
Nov. 15, 2013, when he went to Dennis' home
to retrieve the tractor. The value of the stolen
items was estimated at $1,500.
In court, Dennis' bohd was set at $5,000.

Officials: Stay alert through Thursday as more rain moves through
Flash flooding possible in saturated areas ing exists in places that are still wanee River Valley some iso- situation.
foe possi e in saareas oaked after recent downpours. lated areas could get as much as Reached for comment about
According to a statement from 8 inches. the newlypredicted rainWednes-
BYANGIECOOK agement officials on Wednesday the State Emergency Response Jackson County Emergency day night, Andreasen said he were advising North Floridians Team, widespread rainfall to- ,Management Director Rod- asks the public to be patient.
Asanotherstormsystemmoves to remain alert through tonight. tals up to 3 inches are expected ney Andreasen says his agency
into the area, Emergency Man- An elevated risk for flash flood- across the Panhandle and Su- will continue to monitor the See RAIN, Page 5A

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by the health department and Automated Health -10am in the Wellness Center Friends and family 1p.m. Geneva State Forest Lake. $10 donation to
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F L O R ID A N TODAY papers will not be signed. Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting 8 a.m.
) Managed Medical Care Assistance Workshop in the AA room of First Unit6d Methodist Church,
Publisher Valeria Roberts 10 a.m. to3 p.m. at the Jackson County Health FRIDAY, MAY 16 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Department, 4979 Healthy Way, Marianna: Hosted U Baptist College of Florida spring graduaton 11th annual St. Judes Trail Ride -9 a.m. to
by the health department and Automated Health 10a.m. in the Wellness Center. Friends and family 1 p.m..Geneva State Forest Lake. $10 donation to
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski Systems, the workshop will help current Medic- welcome. St. Jude's Children's Home. Lunch provided by the aid recipients understand Medicaid assignment Covington Cowgirls Drill Team. For more informa-
programs. All Medicaid recipients are invited. No t Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at the Jackson tion, call Tricia Courson at 334-222-8079, Donna
CONTACT US appointment necessary. Call 526-2412 for identifi- County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and Jones at 334-493-6730 oi Donna Moseley at 334-
Telephone: 850-526-3614 cation and paperwork requirements. experienced handcrafters welcome to create, share, 493-4138.
learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631.
FAX: 850-482-4478 ) Marianna City Farmer's Market open -7 Fourth annual Armed Forces Day celebration
Email: a.m. to noon at Madison St. Park. Now featuring a Jackson County Cattlemen's Association and fly-In- 9 a.m. to 5p.m. World War II "War
Street Address: panhandle arts and crafts every Saturday. annual Spring Golf Classic -1p.m.atndian Birds"aircraft ondisplay, helicopter rides and
4403 Constitution Lane D Pancake/sausage breakfast and health talk Springs Golf Club, Marianna. It will ba four-pdeonstrations by pilots of Chipola Radio
"scramble and "pick your partners." It's an 18hole aerobatic demonstrations by pilots of Chipola Radio
byFL324 Covenant Hospice -8:30-9:30 a.m. at the control alub. Experime"i Aircraft Asy
Marianna, FL32448 Jackson County Senior Citizen Center, 2931 pti- the event. $60 per person, which includes green fees control Club. Experimental Aircraft Association will
Office Hours: mist Drive, Marianna. cart and a steak dinner. $60 to sponsor 1/2 hole be sponsoring ridesfor 8- to 17-year-olds as part
Weekdays, 8 a.m, to 5 p.m. mist Drive, Maanna. or $100 to sponsor entire hole. All benefits will go of Young Eagles program. Timberview Helicopter
) International Chat'n' Sip 8:30-10 a.m. at the to FFA and 4-H scholarships to Chipola. For more Service from Destin will offer sightseeing rides for
MISS YOUR PAPER? Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in information, call Albert Milton at 718-7834, Ken $25 per person. Tides in AT-6 "Texan" trainer will
Marianna. Learning Center staff and their inter- Godfrey at 209-7919 Kim Deflix at 209-3274 or. be offered by The War Birds of Destin for $195 per
You should receive your newspaper no later national English learners invite the public for the Indian Springs Golf Club at 482-8787. person. There will be food, arts, crafts, rides and
than 6 a.m. does not arrive, call Circula- exchange of language, culture andideas in a relaxed activities for kids beginning at 10 a.m.
tion between 6a.r. and noon, Tuesday to environment. Light refreshments served. No charge. Jackson Hosptal's 75th anniversary 1p.m.
Friday and 7a.m. toll am. oh Sunday. Th Call 482-9124. Jackson Hospital Cafeteria loated on the ground Jackson County Community Helpe Club i
acksridand an (USPS 271-8) St.A e Thrit Store 9 a.m. to .. floor. Please RSVP to Katharine Dozier at Kdozier@ 10a.m. 4571 Dickson Road, Greenwood.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) tAnneThriftStoe-9a.m. to .m or 718-2696. Your presence is Graceville Free Medical Clinic 10 a.m. at
is published Tuesday through Friday and Anne's Catholic Church,3009 Fifth StMarianna. requested. Graceville Free Medical Clinic, 5470 College Ave.,
Welcome donations: household items, clothing and raceville F
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid jewelry. Proceeds o to help less fortunate in our ) Madison Street Park Farmers Market 4-7 Graceville. For patients who have no medical
at Marianna, FL. community. Call 482-3734. p.m. at Madison Street.park. Will be open each insurance, Medicaid, and meet the federal poverty
SUBSaregier Support Group meeting -I a.m, Friday evening. For more information, call 693-4078. guidelines. We have physicians and nurses and give
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carglve Support Groupmeetig- 11 am i .9, F professional health carservices to our patients.
Uto noon in the First Presbyterian Church social hall, ) Chess Club -.6-8 p.m. First United Methodistealth careervic o our tients.
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 4437 ClintornSt., Marianna. Open to all family care- Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by Call 263-6912 or 272-0101 for information.
for three months; $62.05 for six months; givers providing care to loved ones or friends. Con- Marianna Optimist Club for students for students n Muskogee history seminar -10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
'and $123.45 for one year. All prices include fidential group, facilitated by a professional group 8 to 18 years of age in Jackson County. All students Washington County Public Library, 1444 Jackson
applicable state and local taxes. Mail counselor. Coffee, water, light snacks provided, and their parents are welcome. Players of all skill Ave, ,Chipley. Learn how the Muskogee survived in
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Marianna Kiwanis Club meeting Noon at levels including beginners arewelcome. Call 693- this area, aspects of daily living, genealogy and trea-
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. 0473. ties of the Muskogee. $20 charge covers materials
f ad $ 7 f o Call 482-2290. a Southern Strokes Painting Party hosted by and lunch. For more information, call 229-762-3355.
ye$924for sixmonths Chipola Civic Club meeting Noon at The Oaks Marianna's Project Graduation 6 p.m. at New Muscogee Creek Indian Rendezvous -10 a.m.
Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus Hope Baptist Church, 4028 Lafayette St., Marianna. to 4 p.m. at Florida Caverns State Park in Marianna.
is the local community, "Community, Children & $40 per pprson. To reserve your spot, call Kim Admission is free. No charge for vendors of quality
All subscriptions to the Jackson County Character." Call 526-3142. Welch at 573-4774 or Tori Willis at 573-6235. handmade Muscogee or Indian craftsto set up a
Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving )) Employability workshop "Effective Network- 1) 2th annual Show Choir Dinner Theatre -7 booth to demonstrate their products. For more
Day for which there is a premium charge. ing" 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. p.m. Graceville Civic Center presented by Graceville information, contact Dale Taylor at dale@nenhutke.
Workshop is facilitated by a certified motivational High School Choral Department. $15 per person. org or Regina Blackstock at
ADVERTISING career coach. Workshop is free of charge and open $7 for children 11 and younger. Dinner includes n Annual Bascom School reunion -11:30 a.m. in.
The advertiser agrees that the publisher to the public. Visit to register for steak and performances by Graceville High School's the Bascom Town Hall. All.former students, friends'
shall not be liable for damages arising this informative workshop. "Prodigy" and Graceville Middle School's "Illusions'." and supporters of Bascom School are encouraged
out of errors and advertisements beyond D Family Fun Day 3-7 p.m. Signature Health Care Reservations a must. For tickets or more informa- to attend. Bring a well-filled basket and join in
the amount paid for the space actually at the Courtyard. There will be cakewalk, gospel ,call Stephanie Long or Kathy Waddell at 263- covered dish lunch. Expect to hear good news about
occupied by that portion of the advertise- music and picnic-style supper at 5 p.m. Everyone 4451,ext 255. Tickets can also be purchased from school renovation project:
r. ents in which the error occurred, whether welcome, rn 12th annual Show Choir Dinner Theatre 5
such error is due to the negligence of the n Jackson County School Board workshop Celebrate Recovery 7 Evangel Worship p.m. and 7 p.m. Graceville Civic Center, presented
publisher's employees or Otherwise, ind 4p.m. at 2903 Jefferson St., Marianna.Open to Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult by GracevilleHigh School Choral Department. $15
publishere shall be not liability for otherwiser-, and public and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and per person. $7 for children 11 and younger. Dinner
here shall be not liability for non-inser- Countyhang-ups Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call includes steak and performances by Graceville High
tion of any advertisementbeyond the he Jacksones County NAACP meeting- 5:30 p.m, in 209-7856, 573-1131. School's "Prodigy" and Graceville Middle School's
amount paid for such advertisement.This St., Marianna. Call 569-1294. a Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting 8-9 "llusions'." Reservations a must. For tickets or more
newspaper will not.knowingly accept or VFW and Ladies Auxiliary meetig 6 p.m. at p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist information, call Stephanie Long or Kathy Waddell
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- 2830Wynn St. Marianna, with a covered-dish sup- Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. at 263-4451 ext 255. Tickets can also be purchased
ing which expresses preference based on per. Call 372-2500. from show choir members.
legally protected personal characteristics is Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, SATURDAY, MAY 17 Lady Elks 29th annual springtime beauty
not acceptable. 8 9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- a Marianna City Farmer's Market open 7 pageant 6 p.m. in the auditorium of Malone High
donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance a.m. to noon at Madison St. Park. Now featuring School, Malone. For more information, call Jane
HOW TO GET YOUR limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking;- panhandle arts and crafts every Saturday. Powell, pageant director, at 569-2227.
NEWS PUBLISHED The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. Police R o unldup
Feesmay apply for wedding, engagement, Mananna Polic Office and county fire/rescue three larceny complaints, three Arizona St., Alford, hold for
anniversar and birth e Floridan offices. par t reported the following inci- criminal mischief complaints, Franklin Co.
Forms are available atthe Floridan offices. dents for May 13, the latest one civil dispute, two follow- a William Todd, 24, 1001
Photographs must be of good quality arid The Marianna Police De- available up investigations, one juvenile White Ave., Graceville, petty
suitable for print.The Floridan reserves the partment listed the following -- report: One complaint, one suicide attempt theft.
right to edit all submissions. incidents for May 13, the latest o hit and run or threat, 10 property checks, a John Mury, 30, 3163 Mag-
GETTING IT RIGHT available report: One hit and vehicle, one three assists of other agencies, nolia St., Cottondale, failure to
run vehicle, two burglaries, one accident, one K-9 deployment, three
The Jackson County Floridan's policy burglary attempt, two verbal one missing welfare checks, one transport appear.
is to correct mistakes promptly. To disturbances, one prowler, juvenile, three and one threat/harassment a Robert Flanagan, 29,
report an error, please call 526-3614 one burglar alarm, 49 traffic abandoned vehicles, two reck- complaint. 1132 W. King St., Quincy, driv-
Monday-Friday. stops, one larceny complaint, less drivers, four suspicious ing while license suspended/
one follow-up investigation, vehicles, one suspicious inci- JackSon County revoked, leaving the scene with
two fraud complaints, three dent, one suspicious person, CoT9Clonal Facllity property damage.
property checks, one assist of one funeral escort, one high- Crc ina a i
another agency, one open door way obstruction, three burglar- The following persons were Jail Population: 210
or window discovered and 14 ies, three physical disturbanc- booked into the county jail
home security checks. es, three verbal disturbances, during the latest reporting
two pedestrian complaints, periods: To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
Jackson County one prowler, one woodland a Heath Hutchcraft, 30, 923 at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
fire, 13 medical calls, one traffic White Ave., Graceville, hold for agency.
SSheriff's Ofice crash, four burglar alarms, one Washington Co. To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
JCFLORIDAN.COM The Jackson County Sheriff's panic alarm, nine traffic stops, ) Joseph Cogurn, 33, 1771 404-FWCC (3922).


SEEKING DONATIONS Florida getting more than

$70M infederal grants
A... Funds will be used to help homeless The organization an-
tficipates an additional
$76,000 to help families.
Special tothe Floridan job training, health care, on the brink of becom-
mental health counseling, ing homeless in Calhoun
The federal government substance abuse treatment County. Advocates say pre-
asked local communities to and child care. vention services have been
compete for dollars to sup- The Wright Foundation in especially high demand.
port homeless projects that was awarded $124,000 to Families:in need of assis-
offer services including serve Jackson County resi- tance are encouraged to
transitionalandpermanent dents who are hmeless or all 526-1600 or 211 to be-
housing, street outreach, at risk of homelessness. gin theeligibility process.


he 2013 springtime queens are asking for donations _of pet
.4 food or supplies for-the Marts Prtne- rs for Pets.This is
-fundraiser~ theyconducttwice a year. From left are the 2013 ..
F springtime queens (front row, from left) Lile Miss Julianna Ama-
ya Bellamy, Tiny Miss Kinley Elizabeth King and Young Miss Victoria
Barfield, and (back row, from left) Teen Miss Marissa Lane-Karas,
Miss Hanna Nicole Donofro and Juniyr.Miss Haley Madison McK-

for the Marianna Partners for Pets. This is a fundraiser they conduc a new memberf the Mariana Optimist Club. Auger is see
ice with sponsoring club member Scott O'Brien of Beef 'O' Brady's.
twice ayear.

Bridge Club winnerS Fifth place Dorothy
The MariaDupli Baxter, Janie Sangaree
Th riana pli pSixth place Bobbie
cate Bridge Club an- Fenster, Linda Hodges
nounced winners of its The Marianna Bridge
game played on May 12. Club is sanctioned by the
w First place- Do- American Contract Bridge
ris Ottinger, Roselyn League. The game is held
-Wheeler every Monday at 1 p.m. Bill at St. Luke's Episcopal
Lies, Jaries Gunderson Cihurch, 4362 Lafayette St.,
IDouglPas arker, Kurt come to playor observe
Sourth place Libby partners call Libby Hutto
A Hutto, Elaine6st at 526-3162 .

BCF Spiing Seno Clas President..... .. oregay presented Preident Thomas Kinchenwith beautiful:ethed min*r

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Sat::0a.m. in the R.G. Lee Before singlingcot, ini- Eli'zabeth Dane Reasonerting He hath done: So
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f'~or the spring2014 grau proud of you achieve- leadershipabilitie an. sin opened the le
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and fmily. of: se"nio be- a:l to beacommbendeg p ,reciving tiar, hdug- ,dismissed the cmes wit;
ing: reconied anda hon- Honors beganwth p ging Kincden before leav- theasi fle worde "Giry

oredleifor theirme academic recogitionf ie senaiors ingthe stage. to God. Congratuldtations

: Th event beganlwdl h Amonge Sudents.ineAmeri- wre recogized, Kinchen aFor more information:
: Aa Ped veice president cayaUniversities and Caol- sharedowith stuer nts the on BCF and the degrees
.i of ating .class; e lass, :leges, follmed bythe dis- impor tanepoftgiving all of o med, call 263-3261, ext.:
leading those fassembled s tribution ofy honor stoles sthe wglor to God, referenc- 460,l r visit the website at
fo:.lwndg the p er, e Snre-:: achieved a gaded": podav-
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hdrewi megnpres ented the 65 graduating seniors

BCl Presidento ntas : a30 stu~deritsirecesd hol-
SlKinchenose asgift from oorstoles
t in : g rader, ass. The ISeveral honor recipi-
gift fol as awi eauti etched Sei: athievre a ecognizedn afor .:
mirnor reflecting te idn achieving ;the highest
:agedoewan oeaglaet col- grande pgint arages nr
lege mascot. The hirror. theirsdegree areasp---Aus-
was: representative of the (tin Lang, Courtney Hen- ,
senior class project of drix, Bethanyzavala, Keith
adding funds to-complete Wolfe, Morgan Hampton, ;
the fountain planned for Amanda :Eubanks, Todd
.Lake Albert -a focal poini. I arson, Alaney Truittl Co-
a :0f the campus. While ac- rey Blais, Emily Redmond,
cepting the 'gift,: Kinchen Joshua Hignight, Donovan
referenced the 20t20 Vi- Higgins, Anna Holmes and M. P ,P "
sion mentioning the ar- AnnaTysinger. C21 o.comBsncom w u ewel
chitectural changes n the fKinchen rectgnized BCF
campus, specifically stat- senior Kyle Kwitowski for
a beautiful addition to the Excellence in Preaching BEN SAUNDERSI, D.M.D.o
.campus".' Award for the spring se- PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY -.,D,. Roo S rIM 8 0 o" B ,oavT, s. B ...*.MO A.M ,.
debble.roneye brenda.morgap
FollOwing the class pre- mester. Kwitowski was 4711 Highway 90 East Marianna, FL a ... m ....
Ssentation and a time of presented with a Bible and (Beween Burger in & Bi Lots) 526-SPIT
worship and praise;i BCF g~ven the opportunity to
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G uardian ad Litem volunteers go to court and speak for abused and neglected chil-
dren who are currently going through court proceedings. Trained volunteers were -SUBMITTED P0OTO
Srecently sworn in by Circuit Judge William L. Wright. Training classes are held in Chi- reilee Crawford 3, Ryleigh Crawford
pley, Marianna and Calhoun County. From left are Erin Goodwin, Kerri Koani, Judge Wright, 5, and Adison Crawford, 4, are the
Renee Martin, KaylaWhitehead and Aundrea Sellars. Volunteers are needed. For training children of the Re Justin and Hanna
dates and more information, call 747-5180. Crawford of Marianna.

9 State Briefs
Orlando hospital workers .,awsut challenges Sa re heariul
a 1uithalle aman sayshe hearing July25:
ov eioresusedof stabbed friend over es oSm i
gchalgesof smuggling
test negative for MVERS oe stabriendover Les hdfaced
blind trust laSt beer resulting in death. He was
TALLAHASSEE -The OCAIA-Acentral Flor- aong 11 people found
TheAsatd Press Sr -added that doctors trackng the Florida Supreme Court ida man says he stabbed a c ing tothehul ofa
The Aassoci;atled Ph dtdctorsingthe is being asked to strike friend and' his dog ovr the boat that capsized Oct 16
case in Orlando believe that this infeclawthat v. lastanofbeer. off Miami. The four victims
ORLANDO Two employees tested tion is contained" and that there was RiScottshit Whleast atthe died underneath the boat.
negative for a rare virus days after com- "minimal risk to the community." ccott sield te ile waitiof a hear-
ing into contact with a Saudi resident in- MERS is a respiratory illness that be- omplete slo f Marion Countyjail to make h
fected with the second confirmed MERS gins with flu-like fever and cough but can n cout p e Naaman Davis, is scheduledt
case in the U.S., a spokeswoman for an lead to shortness of breath, pneumonia Afth me l t op. Reubin OalaS-Bnne t Thursday He faces charges
SOrlado hospital said Wednesday. and death. s telatew e e Ocstabed Mark Dunerhae in t of involntarymanslaugh-
SOne of the two employees tested after The' 44-year-old Saudi resident with Asketit W e dne selbdefenseSund~ ht ter in ga resumnl
showing symptoms of Middle East Respi- whom the workers came into contact ar- cy petition Wedn ay s ens da t death and illegalreentry
ratory Syndrome was hospitalized Mon- rived at the emergency room at Phillips on JimAphorps p-Trent crge ith
day, said Katie Dagenais of Dr. R Phillips May 8. Three days earlier, he had visited tion sks th co to secondderee Bear, cub killed in
Hospital. The other was discharged the Orlando Regional Medical Center with a force Scottand other He says he arguedwith Br bl 1
same day. The hospitalized patient; ide- friend who went tothe hospital for a test. electedofficialstofilea Durham overthe last an rahes 75
tified only as a woman, was expected to He remained in isolation at the hospi- fullfinancial disclosure of Natural Ice, after they NAPLES -A female
be released sbmetime Wednesday. ac- tal, officials said Wednesday. He has been instead o had finished two ases of
cording to Dr. Antonio Crespo, theInfec- fever-free for 24 hours and clinically is blind trusta zed b beer. Trnt saysurm bs ar ater boei
tious Diseases Specialist at Phillips.,. doing well, they said. a law. graed a kife rom hit by cars in on a south-
Hospital officials were still awaitig test The remaining 18 health care workers The lasut also sk Trent's hn and idhael Bra
results from 18 other health care workers that were in contact with the man will be the court to block Scott Trent's hand. Mi:haelBradfsrdtell
who are being monitored for potentially monitored 'da hom for fever, chills and ad ay other candi- That's when entsays the News-Press that the
having the virus. The workers are based muscle aches. dates from qualifying for he grabbed the knife and 285t-pound adult bear
at Phillips and Orlando Regional Medical Despite an increase in cases, the virus' the blotuhless they file sabbed Durham darted in front of hisar
Center. Dr. Kevin Sherin, health officer spread in the Middle East and beyond a full discloure stomaandchest.He Tuesdaymongas
with the Florida Department of Health in isr'ta global health emergency, theWorld When he first ran in saysDurhamthentoldveHesayshe
Orange County saidWednesday that all of Health Organization said Wednesday. 2010, Scott released him to stabhis beagle. sawa "flash ofblack fur
the remainingworkers have undergone at The White House also said Tuesday that three years oftaxretrns. Ajudge rdered Trent and boom theairbags
least some initial MERS testing, and those President BarackObamahadbeenbriefed Butshlyafthe tok held out bond deloyed.He fe an
results have all been negative. However, on the MERS cases in the.S. and that his office, he established the injury to his left hand.
he saidthey will continue to be subjected team is coord g with the Centers f trust to removedie ndnsid
to more testing going forward. Disease Conrol and officials in Florida. o oer fan b Fan eean and die
in order to avoid poten- Meanwhile, another
tial conflicts. NEWPORT RICHEY : car-hit amale bear cub
lI -Authorities are inves- crossing the highway- It
Sf erfl 'hil Key Westboat tigating after a body has joined anothr cub nearby
f l ochdrtder c es e .to ;been found inside a urn- and the pair made their
S charte rcmes to ing home in southwest way to a Naples neighbor-,
rslcu aOf 9 Cubransla Florida.;. ; hood, where state wildlife
sue paper company for damage rescuof 9 ACubans Flordsacs h"estm
s ue paper' c lsT UM a e .Fire rescue officials re:- officialsfound them.
Sh A b catra a spondedto the fire at a New Theinjured cub was
The Associated ress Brstol Park residents and age to the neighborhood es boat charter came orthey eWednes- euthanizedWednesday
some residents of nearby was not the fault of Inter- 'toe'escu of dayandextinguhed the The uninured cub as
. PENSAC~OLA .H-- Resi-'eAshbury i re :in a -national Paper. ay ,-i ,., ; .... . .
PENSACOLA Resi- Ashbury Hills ere in a national Paper. grants w blaze. A short time later they scared away from the
dents of one flooded Pan- flood zoneareathatdidnot The company said the haspent our days on a foundthebodinside : 'eihborhood
handle neighborhood are require flood insurance. storm caused recordwater remotesland. County sheriff's
blaming International The lawsuit claims In- flows across the entire 48 Galleon Resortand officials didnot release Frowirereports
Paper for their property ternational Paper is to square mile watershed. Marna-based Adventur the victim's gender or any
damage. blame because the comn- "During and ater the ous Spirit Tours Capt. other details.
The Pensacola News pany failed to release wa- storm, the Pensacola mi MikeyTilson and his The cause of the fire is OR HIM
Journal reported Tuesday ter from the levee, caus- continued to discharge to charter clients were at unknown and is under '
that residents of the Bris- ing water to rush into the ourpipeline,whichbypass- Boca Grande Key on investigation.
tol Park neighborhood neighborhood. es the (Eleven Mile Creek) Monday morning when
have filed a filed a lawsuit "We're hearing the water watershed. No part of the three of the migrants plilin
againstthe paper giant. came up to 5 feet in some mill's waste treatment fa- walked out of the e
The residents claim a houses and washed out all cility failed or collapsed mangroves. The island smuggling venure
breach in a levee main- (residents') personal be- during or after the storm is about 10 miles west of that killed 4
tained by the company longings," attorney J. Tal- event. We have fully com- Key West and has poor MIAMI- A Bahamian
caused a wall of water to bott told the newspaper. muriicated with both cellphone reception., national who survived
move 'through the neigh- Ir a prepared statement, state and local agencies Tilson tells The KeyWest what authorities said
borhod and left some the company sent its con- regarding the impacts of Citizen that the migrant was a failed smuggling The Buova Accutron
homes with up to 5 feet of dolences to residents but the storm on the Pensac- were'ysuper excited to see venture that killedfour Calibrator
water inside. said the April 29 flood was. ola mill," according to the us." His customers gave Haitian women faces up The world's first automatic
According to the lawsuit, unprecedented and dam-. company's statement. the migrants water and to 20 years in prison after timepiece that gives you
___:_________________ _- granolabars. pleading guilty to illegally the power to fine tune its.
Tilson alerted the U.S. re-entering the U.S. after accuracy.
Armed robbery suspe aces elony charges Coast Guard by radio being deported.
rolrnery* ; The migrants likelywill According to a plea
The Associated Press Wednesday they. are still a suspect is injured as a -be allowed to stay in the agreement filed Tuesday
investigating who shot first result of an officer shoot- U.S. under the so-called in Miami federal court, Your Hometown Jeweler
TALLAHASSEE- Ope of and whether James fired at ing. Investigators from the "wet-foot, dry-foot" ,prosecutors plan to seek Est 1971
the suspects in a shooting police. State Attorney's Office also policy Cuban migrants the dismissal.of other
near Florida State Univer- James is being charged. responded at the request stopped at sea are usu- charges against George Downtown Marianna
sity has been~charged with with armed robbery with of the police department. ally. returned home. Lewis after his sentencing 850.482.4037
armed robbery and other a firearin, burglary with
felonies, Tallahassee police person assaulted and pos- Stupport the local charity that
said. session of a firearm by a
Authorities said Arthur convictedfelon. Additional supports our local community.
James, 40, and Tommy charges are expected. We do! ,'
Jackson, 39, were fleeing an Police said rivestigators "
armed robbery scene Mon- have conducted more than

throughFSU's campus. As with all investiga-
JacksOn died from his in- tions, itis important not to
juries at the hospital. rush to judgment until all CEO/Presidento
Six officers have been the facts are gathered and
placed on administrative the results are presented Jef Massey
leave pehiding an investi- to the State Attorney's Of-
gation,.though not all fired fice,". police chief Michael T T .
their weapons. Officers DeLeo said in a statement The ti4
Doug Clark, Steven Britt, Police roped off multiple g>:iyi: :
Derek Kidd, Ray Garcia, crime scenes Monday, in- F 0U N D A T I O N
Brian Perry and Matthew cluding two near the Flori Providing a Hand Up ot a Hand Out
Wagner are all underreview da State Fine Arts building. n ., '
to determine if they fol- The Violent Crimes and Visit www.thewrighfoundationcom donate online
lowed department policy. Internal Affairs units re- "~n" 8 5 00..
Police have said Jackson sponded to the scene, .. '2o52 U
shot at officers. But police which is common practice . F 6na, 7
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DBPR issues phishimg scam warning

Licensed businesses ment from the Florida Depart- the phone calls are in no way con- the phone call to verify the 428 afyette eet
ment of Business and Profession- nected with the department or its caller's authority and calling the Marianna,1 F 2446
professionals targeted al Regulation, individuals posing regulatory authority. DBPR Customer Contact Center 850.482.2332
as DBPR employees call would- "If a consumer receives a call at 850-487-1395. www.jamesandsikes
BYANGIECOOK be victims and ask for personal from someone claiming to be a Callers claiming to be tele- information. DBPR employee who is asking marketers can be reported to
The Department, which has re- for personal information," it said, the Florida Department ofAgri- Robert A.
Licensed businesses and profes- ceived complaints from victims, "they should not provide any per- culture and Consumer Services
sionals are allegedly being target- says that's "unusual activity for sonal or financial information." at 1-800-HELP-FLA (1-800- Cra dall
ed by scammers. a DBPR employee." In the state- As a consumer safety tip, the 435-7352) or at www.freshfrom
According to aWednesday state-, ment, the agency confirmed that agency advises asking to return Robert A. Crandall, 89 of
Bascom died Monday, May
12, 2014 in Jackson Hospi-
CAR LAN SALE Memorization will he by
Managed Medical JCARCPLANT Siames &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
e is dox Chapel directing.
Interment will be at a lat-
a assstanc er date in PinecrestMemo-
rial Gardens.
James &Sikes
workshop is today
Funeral Home
Special to the Floridan Department on May 15 4278 Lafayette Street
from 10 a.m. to 3-p.m. to Marianna, Fl 32446
The Florida Department receive support on indi- 850.482.2332
of Health in Jackson Coun- vidual cases. http://www.jamesand
ty, in conjunction with Au- No appointment is
tomated Health Systems, necessary, but have
will host a Managed Medi- available your Medic- John Farrell
cal Care Assistance Work- aid ID fiumber orSocial Scott
shop tdayat4979 Healthy Security number, all let-
Way it Marianna. ters received in the mail John Farrell Scott, 84, of
The workshop aims to about Medical Manage- Marianna died Tuesday,
help: current Medicaid ment:and your driver's May 13, 2014 in Calhoun
recipients understand license number. County.
the Medicaid assignment F more information John was born inAlford,
programs. about the workshop, FL ad lived in Port St. Joe
All Medicaid recipients call the Jackson County for more than 20 years
Sa where -he. worked for the
are invited to come by the Health Department at Port St. Joe Paper Compa-
Jackson County Health 526-2412. 4 ny and Basic Magnesium.
He spent most of his life in
". Jackson County where he
"'-"Do not wait' for an was the Owner/Operator of
evacuation order if Scott's Gladiolus Farm.
:FromPagelA you feel you iay be at He was preceded in
g risk." death by his parents, Wil-
"I don't know how much SERT advises, if a flood liam Leslie and Myrtle Da-
more of this we can take," is likely in your area: KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN vis Scott; three brothers,
he said. Turn Around, Don't iiie Mae Morris (right) fromKynesvlleattend her first cott oden,e seniste and DaPhyllis
His agency is still in the Drown If ou see a flood- n Scott; one sitePhlli
processacitillmt of sessing d ed ro uaroundJCARC plant sale th friend MargaretMurphy of Alford, scott.
dprocess of assessing dam- ed roadway, turn around He is survived by his
age and seeking assistance and take another route. Saturday in Marianna. Murphy is a boardmember for wais Daniels Sc tt
after storms came through Take your time wheni JCARC and helpswith the planning of the annualplant sale which is of Marianna; two sons,
two weeks ago. traveling a fundriser to support e nnprfit oraiatth. John Carlton Scott and
With Flash Flood Watch- Be aware that flash a fundraiser to support th organization that serves those wife, Vicki, William Sim
es issued for the west- flooding can occur. If with developmental disabilities. Scott and wife, Dona all of
emn Panhandle untillate there is any possibil- Mariana; oe dauhte
Wednesday and for the ityofa flash flood, move Sandra Watson and hus-
remainder of the Big Bend imm rediately to higher YB tou cwn;o n brothe
until Thursday evening, grou nd.Do notwait for Op aPe te Scott.and wife, Alice of
State Emergency Response instructions to move.ord; one sister, Annette
Team officials are asking ))Be aware of stream, FromPage Williams and husband,
those in still-soaked areas drainage channels,: can- facility; one calls for an$8 Jimmy of Panama City; sev-
to take heed. yons: and other areas million allocation to reno- en graanhienn and
"People in these areas known to flood sud- vate the hospital's ope a spouses; nine great grand-
need to be prepared for deny. Flash floods can ing uite and the other sets children..
additional flooding," occur in these areas with aside $3.5 million for an :Funeral services will be
FDEM Deputy State Me- or withouttypical warn energy plant repair. 14a.m Fri y, May 16
teorologist Tiffany Hersey ings such as rain clouds With the money, the hos- Church of M arianna with
saidin the statement. or heavy rain. pital could add or improve Dr. Mak Long and Rev. Jim
.... .the. A.following elements: McIntosh officiating. Burial,
two cardiac catheterization will follow in the Alford
in a pr'ess release about labs, two major operating City Cemetery with James
an theeffort. rooms, tw'additional op- & Sikes Funeral Home
From Page A "We also appreciate erating rooms, two iproce- M C directig.
From Page1A allthe letters of support dure rooms, a central clean KRISTIE CLOUD FLORIDAN The famil y will receive
sstntiszatio aist, kndg ayn Sits ay he reception ddesk in the reaovoe friends fo 5-7 p
a new wing to the building we received frm our core and steilizi unit, Linda Boykin sit at the recep d thefrom 5-7 p.m.
so that ADA-compliant re- state ad local elected add pre-operative rooms first floor waiting room at Jacksn Hospital Wednesday in Thursday,May 15, 2014 at
strooms/facilities could be officials, plus area busi- a post-anesthesiacare unit Marianna. First Baptist Church of Ma
So r L n anna .
'added. nesses and community and post-operative rooms. i pressins of spathy
The committee has al- organizations." Meese is asking that ployees working to meet Among the statistics m be deonline s at htp
readyraised$50,000inren- The renovation com- people go there as soonas the mission of providing the hospital is-hoping to ://www.jamesandsikesfune
ovation funds on its own, mittee envisions the old possible to tell the gover- excetional healthcare to improve upon withthe
and last October,, eight school as a new focal nor.why these projects are every patient every day," renovation funds are the
of:the project organizers point for social, educa- important to individuals, Meese writes. "The finish- cancer, stroke and heart
went to sit in on CFP's re- tionalandculturalactivi- .thehospital and the com- line is close, and we would disease death rates here.v
view of the application. ties in its area, according munityin general. likeyou to help us reach it. Meese says that with,
In that session, all 29 to the release. In an open letter to resi- Thank you in advance for the-money to add a car- Artistic Designs nimited Inc.
of the grants submitted "A wide variety of dents that will run on the- your support." .': diac catheterization and- Your Loca Florist and Gifts
for a share of the money groups and organiza-: unday opinion pageof n another summary re- interventional cardiology '2911 Jefferson St. Marianna
available in the fund were tionscan usethefacility, this newspaper if Scott's lated to the funding effort, suite, the hospital "can 50-372-4456
reviewed. The Bascm which will provide finan- decision isn't made by the Meese Wrote that an $114 transform healthcare de- ichael's Toggery
School project tied for cial support to keep the end of this week, Meese million windfall will great- livery-in (the) region for- 'FunealAppropriateAttire
fourth ilace, according to enterprise functidning writes that he believes ren- ly benefit an "economi- ever." keeping patients 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna
Betty Alter, co-chair of the and useful," the release ovatingthe operatingroom cally and medically chal- and potential related 850-482-8647
renovation project. concluded. could have an annual $11 lenged northwest Florida". business concerns here '
"I believe our presence A tour of the school million impact on the local and would multiply itself rather thanseeing people-
demonstrated hometown will be possible when economy byvirtue ofaddi- many times over through travel to Alabama for.the Follow us on
support and enthusiasm the reunion winds down tional specialty surgeons, the years because of its same type of care. Addi- T i
for the project," Alter said Saturday. sales revenues and neyv on-going impact on the lo- tionally, he said, ChipolaT
jobs that could result from cal economy. He pointed College and the hospital
the enhanced space. out that while the hospital might be able to expand
State Brief As.for the power plant, benefits from its status as their partnership by hay-
Meese pointed-out that it a public nonprofit inde- ing the school train re-
Gay student files suit, married in Massachusetts is more than 36 years old, pendent tax district cre- spiratory therapists and
says denied tuition im 2013. and is the-original one in- ated in 1939, the hospital surgery technicians that
bek Dousset applied for stalled there. Repairing the is not publicly subsidized wouldbeneededwiththe
reak in-state tuition as the plant's electrical system, otherwise. addition of the service.
FORT LAUDERDALE spouseof alongtime air conditioning and gen- He estimated that the The hospital would
-A South Florida college Floridaresident, but erator will help ensure that funding, if granted, could expect to add two car- wter.Com/
student is asking an appel- says he was turned down the hospital can continue result in the creation of 40 diologists, two. orthope- jcflordannews
late court to recognize hlis because the school serving the community, more jobs in the economy. dists and another health
same-sex marriage after refused to recognize his According to Meese, Rep. The hospital has about care professional if the
he says he was denied in- marriage. The Natibnal Marty Coley and Sen. Don 500 employees, most of money comes through
state tuition. Center for Lesbian Gaetz have worked with them full-time, and in 2013 and once the reriovation
Gildas Dousse filed Rights is handling the hospital for the past realized net revenue of $48 is complete. Meese esti-
an appeal in state court Dousset's case. three years in trying to get million in a community mates one orthopedist
Wednesday, which alleges Doussett said in a state- the money appropriated in where an estimated 20 per- generates $2.6 million in
Florida's laws barring ment, "I would like my their respective legislative cent live below the prop- hospital revenue. Each
recognition of valid marriage to be recognized bodies. erty line, six points higher additional physician
out-of-state marriages just as other students' "These recent efforts are than the state average, results in 12 jobs a $1.8
of same-sex couples are marriages are." anothei step in working to- The hospital had 3,014 million in sales revenue
unconstitutional. FAU officials didnot wards our vision ofbecom- admissions thatyear, deliv- to the-local economy, ac-
Dousset is a student at immediately comment. ing the best community ered 476 babies and 3,374 cording to the Americari JCPLORIDA .OM
Florida Atlantic University. health care system in the surgeries were carried out Medical Association sta-
He and his spouse legally From wire reports nation, with over 500 em- there. tistics he drew on.
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Report examines child labor on US tobacco farms
The Associated Press are concerned about child at odds in these communi-
labor in their supply chains ties where family farming
RICHMOND, Va. An and have developed stan- is really a way of life."
international rights group dards, including requiring About 736,500 children
is pushing the federal gov- growers to provide a safe under 18 were reported to
ernment and the tobacco work environment and have worked on U.S. farms
industry to take further adhere to child labor laws, in 2012, but there are no
steps to protect children the group said. figures for children work-
working on U.S. tobacco "This report uncovers ing on tobacco farms, ac-
farms. serious child labor abuses cording to the federally
A report released : that should not occur on funded National Children's
Wednesday by Human any farm, anywhere," An- Center for Rural and Agri-
Rights Watch claims that dre Calantzopoulos, CEO cultural Health and Safety.
children as young as 7 are of Philip Morris Interna- Less than 1 percent of
sometimes working long tional Inc., the world's U.S. farmland grows tobac-
hours in fields harvesting second-biggest cigarette co, according to the 2012
nicotine- and pesticide- seller, said in a statement. Census of Agriculture.
laced tobacco leaves un- "More work remains to be According to the Human
der sometimes hazardous done to eliminate child Rights Watch report, U.S.
conditions. Most of what and other labor abuses in agriculture labor laws al-
the group documented is tobacco growing." low children to work longer
legal, but it wants cigarette THEASSOCIATED PRESS FILE Altria Group Inc., own- hours at younger ages and
makers to push for safety Workers make their way across a field shrouded in early-morning fog as they hoe weeds from er of the nation's biggest in more hazardous condi-
on farms from which they a burley tobacco crop near Warsaw, Ky., in July 2008. You may have to be at least 18 to buy cigarette maker, Philip tions than children in any
buy tobacco. cigarettes in the U.S., but children as young as 7 are working long hours in fields harvesting Morris USA, said it wants other industry. With their
Human Rights Watch tobacco, according to a Human Rights Watch report released Wednesday. suppliers to follow the law. parent's permission, chil-
details findings from in- grown. co farms," said Margaret and tobacco suppliers to But Altria spokesman Jeff dren as young as 12 canbe
terviews with more than "The U.S. has failed Wurth, children's rights re- discuss its findings and Caldwell also said that re- hired for unlimited hours
140 children working on America's families by not searcher and co-author of push them to adopt or stricting tobacco work to outside of school hours
farms in North Carolina, meaningfully protecting the report. strengthen policies to pre- people 18 and over "is re- on a farm of any size. And
Kentucky, Tennessee and child farmworkers from Human RighitsWatchmet vent the practices in their ally contrary to a lot of the there's no minimum age
Virginia, where a majority dangers to their health and with many of the world's supply chains. current practices that are for children to work on
of the country's tobacco is safety, including on tobac- biggest cigarette makers The companies say they in place in the U.S. and is small farms.

Obama to Congress: OK new cash for roads, bridges
The Associated Press generation of cargo ships," the permitting time from for projects they refused to that up-in-the-air project the last 50 years, the United
Obama said against a five years to 1 1/2 years. finance. to bash Democrats ahead States' spending on trans-
TARRYTOWN, N.Y. backdrop of cranes that He blamed Republicans "They are more inter- of the November elections. portation as a share of the
With New York's aging are being used to replace for not authorizing more ested in saying 'no' be- "It's a real challenge to economy has shrunk by 50
Tappan Zee Bridge loom- the 58-year-old Tappan money for construction cause they are worried that listen to the president talk percent while European
ing behind him, President Zee. "We've got more than and repairs and warned maybe they'd have to be about reforming the per- countries are spending
Barack Obama challenged 100,000 bridges that are that without congressio- at a bill signing with me," mitting system when he's twice as much.
congressional Republicans old enough to qualify for nal action the Highway Obama said. been sitting on the permit "We shouldn't watch the
to spend more money on Medicare." Trust Fund, used to pay for Republicans contended for the country's largest top-rated airports and
the nation's crumbling Obama used the major transportation projects, Obama was hypocritical shovel-ready infrastruc- seaports, or the fastest rail
roads, see-through bridges Hudson River crossing will run dry. for claiming credit for the ture program, the Key- lines or fastest Internet
and outdated ports or face point north of New York He accused Republi- expedited process while stone XL pipeline, for five networks get built some-
losing businesses to other City and its $3.9 billion re- cans of voting against ad- his administration has yet years," said Senate Minor- where else," he said. "They
countries. placement project to illus- ditional spending even to decide the fate of a pro- ity Leader Mitch McCon- need to be built right here
"We've got ports that trate a fast-track system he as they gladly show up at posed Canada-to-Texas oil nell, R-Ky. in New York, right here in
aren't ready for the next initiated that he said cut ribbon cutting ceremonies pipeline. The GOP is using Obama noted that over the United States."

State iefs Jo with a man she met there the week Workers say companies are no
before, a person identified as a longer hiring teenagers earning
Remains thought to be registered sex offender. She was re- summer spending cash but are em-
missing soldier found in NC ported missing two days later when ploying parents struggling to raise
she didn't report to work. children on minimum wages.
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -The The man, who Joyce identified as In March, workers in several cities
remains of a Fort Bragg soldier who Holbert, said he dropped off Bor- sued McDonald's for wage theft.
disappeared more than two years deaux at the entrance to the apart- McDonald's says it's'lookinginto the
ago may have been found and a sus- ment complex where she lived with allegations.
pect has been arrested in her death, her husband, who was in Florida iBi
police in North Caro- visiting family that weekend. Trial of Tampa mom in teens' phone (850) 4to ree(888)4825056
lina said Wednesday. Holbert was jailed because he did deaths winds down s 44ycihLismobileho nesaIes ~o
Detectives went not live at the address he gave au-
Wednesday to an area thorities, as a registered sex offender TAMPA Two psychiatrists testi-
near the Interstate is required to do, but he said at the fying for the prosecution Wednes-
295 corridor on the time he had nothing to do with her day in the murder trial of a Tampa
northern side of Fay- disappearance. woman accused of killing her two
Bordeaux etteville after receiv- Bordeaux, a Florida native, was teenage children told a jury that the
ing information, city assigned to the 601st Area Support former military wife was sane at the
police spokesman Lt. Todd Joyce Medical Company, 44th Medical time of the shootings, contradicting
said. The search turned up remains Brigade and was a combat medic. several defense experts who have
believed to be those of Pfc. Kelli contended she was not in control of
Bordeaux. Miami fast-food workers her actions. Ann Jones Clarice Boyette Joelle Roberts Tim Sapp
Authorities said Bordeaux left her plan strike Julie Schenecker, 53, is on trial in Owner/Broker Realtor Realtor Broker Associate
apartment on April 13, 2012, and Hillsborough County Court. She's (850)209-9077 (850)573-1572 850-557-0120 (850)209-3595
headed to a nearby bar. MIAMI Getting a burger and been charged with two counts of
The remains will be sent to the fries in Miami might take a little first-degree murder in the deaths Come See Us- For All Your
chief medical examiner's office to longer this week. of Calyx, her 16-year-old daughter, Real Estate Needs !
confirm the identity. A group of fast-food workers and Beau, her 13-year-old son. The
Joyce said 27-year-old Nicholas is planning to walk off their jobs teens were shot to death while her
Michael Holbert has been arrested Thursday morning as part of a series now ex-husband, an Army officer,
and will be charged with first-de- of actions in cities across the U.S. was on a 10-day deployment to the
gree murder and may face addi- Workers in Miami want $15 an Middle East.
tional charges. hour and the right to form a union Wednesday was the seventh day of
Bordeaux was 23 when she was without retaliation. Similar events testimony with prosecutors present- Sandra Ward Michael Bedsole Julie Basford Mary Lou Pattmore
last seen on the early morning of are expected in Los Angeles, Boston, ing three health experts as rebuttal Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor
April 14, 2012, at Froggy Bottoms Minneapolis and other U.S. cities, witnesses. All said she had a plan to (850)573-5849 (321)663-2671 (561)891-4034 (850)718-6143
bar in Fayetteville, where she had as well as internationally. kill the teens. -- . .,
gone to sing karaoke. At the time, The fast-food protests began in : ., : ,: ,, .
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..., S Sharks win 2 on final dayto take title

MariannaPop Warner BY DUSTIN KENT to beat Central Florida just to of the bullpen for Miami Dade two runs in the top of the sev-
football willhold tryouts for get a shot at Polk State for the and struck out Enderson Velas- enth when Cody Fulton singled
kids ages 5to 15 on Friday title and they did so 3-1 thanks quez and got Justin Ambrosino up the middle to score Alvarez
atnn Street Park from The Miami Dade Sharks to a strong pitching perfor- to ground out to second to end to tie the game and Bryan Co-
10 2p.m. For more needed two straight victories mance from Marcus Barrios the threat ion put the Sharks in front with
information, call 850-209- Wednesday to win the FCSAA and a pair of RBI singles by Jose Barrios got the win for go- an RBI single two batters later to
1346. Participants do not State Baseball Tournament in Gomez and David Palalenzu- ing 7 1/3 innings and allow- score Antonio Davila and make
have to live in the Marianna Lakeland and that's exactly what ela in key two-run sixth inning ing one earned run on five hits it 3-2.
city liltsto participate. they got, avenging an earlier loss rally. and two walks with nine strike- Patrick Carter singled and
,.. g to Central Florida in the mor- Mandy Alvarez led off the sev- outs, while Biegalski pitched scored on a Polk State error to
il:Jack C:o:ty ing before beating Polk State enth with a solo home run off well in defeat, giving up three provide an insurance run in
Cattlemen's for the second straight day for Central Florida starter Boom- earned runs on seven hits and the eighth, and Carter finished
championship. er Biegalski to 'provide all the a walk with 13 strikeouts in nine it out on the mound by pitch-
Miami Dade lost to Central insurance needed. innings. ing 2 2/3 scoreless innings of
The Jackson County Florida 7-6 on Sunday but ral- The Patriots threatened in the The Sharks faced a 2-1 defi- relief and striking out seven
Cattlemens Association will lied back to beat State College bottom of the eighth wlhen AJ cit in the next game when batters while allowing just two
hold the Spring golf classic of Florida 4-3 on Monday and Elkins and Ryan Crile singled Polk State's Casey Schroeder hits.
Friday at Indian Springs Golf Polk State 4-0 on Tuesday to and moved to third with one out walked and scored on an er- The Sharks will advance to the
Club in Marianna with a 1 advance to Wednesday's title on a sacrifice bunt by Christian ror in the bottom of the fourth NJCAADivision-IWorldSeriesin
p.m shotgun tart after a round. Khawam. inning. Grand Junction, Colo., from May
noonwarm-up. But the Sharks still needed But Alejandro Castro came out Miami Dade answered with 24-31.

It will be an 18-hole,

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tice, the Marianna Bulldogs already
TheNorthFloridaFutures have the look of a new and somewhat
Al-St Baseball Showcase unfamiliar-lookin team.
wile hd at T l There arenew faces at important posi-
d in Chattahoohee on tons playing in a new offensive system,
Daylight Time. skill position players who won't be oper- -
The event will feature apating of the Wing-T like they did last
proximately 60 high school season.
ioasebal player fron Sophomore AntonWilliatms takes over at
no F a and w it th quarterback for junior Herman Williams, e
S nty AlStars vs.he who will move to defense after starting the
Nor Florida All-Sars. past two seasons due to his off-season bas-
ketball commitments, with his backcourt
af$2 for students. Kids 12 mate Shaquarious Baker joining the foot-
and iunder get in free. ball team andquickly establishing himself
as the team's featured running back.
ild Game dinner, Shamari Pittman, Brandon Smith, Jamel
hnJohnson, and Calvin Griffin are all fighting
Football Wild Game din, r it out to be the Bulldogs' top receiving tar-
will be held My 24 follow-' get after the departure of leading receiver
Roderick Copeland.
e B Second-year Bulldogs coach Mark
n oreit anete ulng S Beach raved about the individual talents
in Marianna featuring thei with
otto e Hornets Seaof each of his new offensive weapons, with
the newcomers Baker and AntonWilliams
i Te Marind Bdrawing much praise for not just their KISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN
The ai nn lls playmaking abilities but also their atti- The Marianna Bulldogs' defensive line practices tackling earlier in the spring.
tude and approach to the game.e
30 p.m. wi dee alli a or "Shaquarious is electric with the foot- Johnson, and Calvin Griffin. Those guys aesome. These guys have beenreal fun
Sbiball, and I love his leadership," the coach are all having a great time out there. To see to coach. We've 'had a very fun spring so
oe e $dotn said.- "He's done a lot of the little things these guys take to their roles and fall into far. It's justso diferent. It's hard to even
si getbyou edier alnd vie that shows why he's such a great leader on order like they have is pretty good stuff." compare thisyear to last year.
ic yseverinin, the court for the basketball team. I asked Beach said he has been impressed by "There are just a lot of selfless guys out
an ereewill also bea him if he would bring that out here and the attitude brought by his young play- there. No one is Worrying about who's get-
STre he's done that. Anton is ayoung guy with a ers and the tonethey've set in the locker ting the football. I haver't reallyheard any
Sp great personalityand a lot of great leader- room, which stands in contrast to a 2013 of that so far. It's just a lot of hustle and
Thsisafundae fo a ship qualities. It's somethingthat's glaring season that was at times tumultuous given people who want to play and guys that are
and it shows for all his teammates. the school's second coaching change inas eager to get out there andi play football..
ote t4eambs' ~ py n "They understand that he's not scared many seasons and a series of heartbreak- That's what you want and the practices
,the dnm mbe aresl and they trust him to take the ball and be ing losses during a 2-8 season. have shown it."
Fo iin it the point guard out there. Anton is throw- "Our chemistry has been outstanding. The Bulldogs will wrap up the spring
Sing the ball around pretty good and we've Me and Anton were talking about it after May24 whenthey host the Jackson County
5-00 Jaon May a at had some guys step up at receiver like a practice. It's a completely different team Jamnboree and play a quarter each against
5738 5-0900 r k Shamari Pittman, Brandon Smith, Jamel and just fun to coach," he said. "It's just Graceville and Sneads.

Malone youth team wins rematch with Lions, 9-4

BYSHELIA MADER top of the second inning when a plating five runs, all with two
Floridan Correspondent lead-off walk to Aden Archibald outs. -
was followed-by a hit by Colby Hewett singled and stole sec-
Action continued Tuesday Harrell to put runners at first and ond and Archibald followed with
night at Optimist Park, with the third. a walk, while Colby Harrell and
Malone turning the tables on An errant throw plated Ar- Spencer Floyd both singled and
Sthe Lions after a sound defeat on chibald and Harrell scored on a Desmond Thomas drew a walk.
their home field two weeks ago stolen base. Bradley Gregg, Austin Ste-
and handing them a 9-4 defeat. Austin Stephens took one for phens, aid Jaheim Jackson all
Ben Wiggins took the loss for the teari and Bradley Gregg added hits in the five-run inning,
the Lions, going 3 2/3 innings drew a walk, but both were left and the Lions rally fell short in
and allowing seven runs oin five stranded. the bottom half ofthefourth.
walks, two hits, and two hit bat- Malone added a run in the top With one out, Ben Wiggins
terswhilestrikingoutfourbefore of the third when Jaheim Jack- drew a walk, and stole second,
giving way to Kalen Evans, who son took one for the team.and and Deacon Temples singled
allowed two runs on two hits and moved around to third on stolen with two outs to score Wiggins
a walk and struck out two in an bases-before coming home after before stealing his way to third
inning and 1/3. a dropped third strike forced a and scoring on a passed ball,
Blayne Hewett picked up the throw to first. with a groundout ending the
win for Malone for going 4 1/3 A lead-off single by Joshua Al- inning.
innings and giving up four runs KRsTECLOUD/FLORIDAN len gave the Lions hope in the Jonah Mercer and Joshua Allen
on four hits and three walks and Malone's Aden Archibald (9) slides safe into second base in a game Tuesday bottom half of the frame, but both drew walks in the bottom
striking out six. against the Lions at the MERE in Marianna. a pair of outs followed to leave of the fifth to put runners on the
He was relieved in the fifth in- him stranded. corners, and with two outs Ash-
ningbyTrentMartin, who closed consecutive one-out walks and Caleb Torbett singled and SamWigginsreached ona mis- byWoodall was robbed of a sure
the game by recording the final Dunaway stole his way around scored on a single by Ben Wig- played ballto put runners on the two-RBI hit by Spencer Floyd,
two outs and allowing no runs, the bases and scored on an er- gins, who advanced to second comrners, but a shot to centerfield who snagged the ball in right
hits, or walks, and striking out rant throw to third. when Evans drew a walk. by Brady Donaldson was caught field to end the game.
one. The Lions answered with two A double steal moved runners by Dylan Padgett to end the The Lions are scheduled to
Malone scored first with a run runs in the bottom of the inning, to second and third andWiggins threat, be back in action today at Op-
in the first inning, Jacob Du- with both runs coming with two scored on a passed ball. Malone put the game away in timist Park with a 6:45 p.m. first
naway and Trent Martin drew outs. Malone tied the game in the the top of the fourth inning by -pitch. L.
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~ *11j C LASSIFIEDS Jackson County Floridan Thursday, May 15, 2014-5 B
of Foreclosure dated April 24, 2014, in Case No. minutes 18 seconds West 110.15 feet to an iron ,
Gauarteed Highest Pres Paid 13-937-CA, of the Circuit Court of the Four- pipe, thence South 01 degrees 21 minutes 47
Starting at $300. for complete local cars, teenth Judicial Circuit, in and for Jackson Coun- seconds West 198.00 feet to an iron pipe on the
trucks, titles or no titles up to 2002. We also ty, Florida, in which CAPITAL CITY BANK is the North right of way of Marcus Drive, thence
buy farm equipment, semi's, semi trailers. Plaintiff and DIANE D. MCGRIFF, REGINALD B. South 88 degrees 57 minutes 18 seconds East
7-Days a week from 7a-7p 334-200-6487 MCGRIFF, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF along said right of way 110.15 feet to an iron
We do not buy vehicels with current leins AGRICULTURE RURAL HOUSING SERVICE, and pipe, thence North 01 degrees 21 minutes 47
2l0 0m ................ JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA are the Defend- seconds East 198.00 feet to the POINT OF BE-
rm room m a 0lmf i ants, I will sell to the highest and best bidder GINNING
Got a Clunker : for cash at the front steps of the Jackson Coun-
B ^ We'll be your Junker! ty Courthouse, 4445 Lafayette Street, Marian- This tract contains 0.50 acres, more or less,
SWe buy wrecked cars na, Jackson County, Florida 32446 at 11:00 a.m., and is located in the Northeast 1/4 of the
Sand Farm Equi. at a Central Time, on June 12, 2014, the property set Northwest 1/4 in Section 6, Township 5 North,
fair and honest price! forth in the Final Judgment of Foreclosure and Range 9 West, Jackson County, Florida.
S& Tt ,rcopltee Car s more particularly described as follows:
Car See Attached Exhibit "A"
33I 714628 Any person claiming an interest in the surplus
4 E S 1 r ...................... J from the sale, if any, other than the property
r ---------, -- ------------ --- owner as of the date of the lis pendens, must
i We buy Wrecked Vehic es, file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale.
Rui hin ir nt DATED: April 24, 2014
5 6 7914714 /s/ DALE RABON GUTHRIE
-Clerk of the Circuit Court
BYTuammy Bailey
Deputy Clerk

1300 Thomaswood Drives
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Tallahassee, Florida 32308 or
CASE NO. 13-937-CA
DESCRIPTION: (O.R.B. 724, PG. 847) Lot 15,
CAPITAL CITY BANK, Block "A" of an unrecorded plat in Greenwood,
Plaintiff, Florida:
DIANE D. MCGRIFF, REGINALD B. MCGRIFF, Commence at the Northeast corner of the
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL- Northwest 1/4 of Section 6, Township 5 North,
TURE RURAL HOUSING SERVICE, JACKSON Range 9 West, Jackson County, Florida as per
COUNTY, FLORIDA, and UNKNOWN TENANT(S), Department of Transportation Right of Way
Defendants. Plans, thence South 01 degrees 21 minutes 47
Sseconds West 548.05 feet, thence North 88 de-
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 grees 57 minutes 18 seconds West 440.60 feet
to an iron pipe and call this the POINT OF BE-
NOTICE is given pursuant to a Final Judgment GINNING; thence continue North 88 degrees 57



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Compelling questions...
and maybe a few actual answers

A couple questions we
had to ask-ourselves

Toyota?,Hey, 0uslnessis business.

Danica Patrick ners thisseason?
scored the best stiwitit ought, but
finish of her Sprint sudI
finish of her Sprint When it comes to getting advice in auto suddeas
she rolled under racing, "smash the gas" might seem like outatabut a dozendifferent
Ethe checkered flag in something you'd learn on the first day. wi ersthroughalefst 26 races.
S d liapr seventh place at Kansas Associated Press/JOHN HARRELSON determining th 1
Suddenly, it appears Speedway Saturday night. victories for eeam
Jeff Gordon's future According to NASCAR Chase field and it seemed like there'd
has brightened. records, it was the third definitely be nonwinning teams mak-
89 wins for highest finish for a female ing the Chaison points. But after
ca.. re driver since the inaugural 11 races and nine different winners,
Jeff Gordon. Will he Cup Series in 1949. And, maybe not
reach the 100 mark? it was Patrick's best effort
GODSPEAK: I didn't since finishing eighth from How many are you thinking now?
think he'd reach 89. the pole in the 2013 Day- Take a look at whos still winless, and
still think David Pearson toria 500.
(105 wins) can rest atrick said she sought its easy to imagine another seven -
i (!Q5 Patrick said she sought
.:easy.i speed advice from her currently winless Who could driv
KEN'S CALL: The co-drivers at Stewart-Haas that number t 16 different wnners
only thing faster than Racing, specifically Kevin Those seven Mat ensth, Ryan New-
Hendrick Motorsports Harvick, who finished second man, Greg Biffle, Kasey Kahne, Clint
is Father Time. It'II be a to Jeff Gordon at Kansas Bowyer Tony Stewart and .nd ... oh,
challenge. Speedway. Jimmie Johnson And that's leaving out
Is Danica's good "I feel like we can help her about five others who can win '
Kansas run a sign of speed that process up by just tell-
things to come? ing her some of the things that she The King? ToyotaRealy?
GODSPEAK: She's should ekpect and do," Harvick said. The rumor is officially out there. Rich-
receiving counsel4 from "As she went through the weekend, she ard Ptty Motrsports' deal with Ford
Kevin Harvick What kept her track position on the restarts. ends after this year and yet another
could possibly go wrong "That's probably the biggest thing. But I manufacturer change might be in
with that? guess the one thing I did tell her was just to store.Youprobably.get tired of hear-
KEN'S CALL: The next quit thinking about it and smash the gas." ng this, but Richard Petty jumping
two weeks at Charlotte It's been a rough season for the sophomore to Toyota would offend the senses of
should give us the an- driver. Before Kansas, Patrick had eight fin- many longtime fans, who will respond
swer to that. ishes of 21st or worse. with the time-honoredrefrain; "That's
_If Patrick builds momentum, Harvick will it' 'm done." Not everyone means
become known as the "stock-car whisperer." but a few prpbably
ONLINE EXTRAS The other piece of advice offered to Patrick from
news-journalonline. "Sometimes your car is never going to be per-
fect," Harvick said. "You just have to take what it'll
give you and expect that every time you pit it's ne .c going to be better, and if it's not you adjust and
nascardaytona move on."
With Harvick now in Patrick's corner, there is no
@nascardaytona telling how fast she will pick up on the nuances of
oval racing.
FEEDBACK "t's really cool when you have teammates
that are unconditional like that and want to help
comments about R you," Patrick said. "We're going to work harder
This Week? Contact Godwin because we love where we're at and this is
Kelly at godwin.kely@news- what we work for. When you taste it, you don't o Ken Willis at ken. want to let it go."
CUP POINTS The list of "strange things happening during
a Cup Series race" got a little longer when
Kansas Speedway's backstretch stadium lights
uth went out. Lighting could not be fully restored,
so NASCAR finished the event without full lights.
S"Once it went green from that point, I didn't
7. mme hnson 340 even remember that they were off the rest of the
.RyanNman 332 time," driver Kasey Kahne said. ."It's way darker
80. an Vcers 527 back there, but you can still see just fine, and youln for the way the Gbbs Ra
ad Keselowsk 26 just kind of forget about it."

16. Kase Kahne 294 Jamie McMurray had a scary, fiery crash on Lap W
1, rien 2 150 at Kansas, and he doesn't really know how it hap-
19Marcos Aros 288 pened. He was running the No. 1 Chevy with no other
traffic in the vicinity. When asked about the incident, SPRINT UP
2. Tony tewrt 2 McMurray said, "I'm not 100-percent sure." Then he
3 Case Meas 262 added, "I just entered Turn 3 and I heard a small pop
and then just lost all the steering and got into the fence s
6 rt e and then knocked the oil lines and everything off, which
Parc ~ caused the fire." In other words, the NASCAR gremlin
JuAtd 'gnanescored another victory. '

Harvick loses it late at Kansas: 'Just ran out of laps at the end'
Kevin Harvick, who drives the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing off of pit road wound up getting stuck behind the No. 24 "But the No. 24 was good all night, and the No. 48 (Jimmie
Chevrolet, led a race-high 119 laps at Kansas Speedway, but (Gordon). Johnson) was good when he was out front, and we got in the
because of one small mistake on his last pit stop, he let Jeff "The car was really tight, and then I found a groove that back of the pack and couldn't go anywhere. It came down to
Gordon get away for the Sprint Cup Series race victory Satur- worked for me way up the race track, and I caught him. And track position, and those guys executed a little bit better than
day night. then I slipped and lost everything I had gained and then gained I did."
Talk about the race, it all back and just ran out of laps at the end." Is it as simple as saying that if you don't run out of gas,
"Well, the car was really fast. We just had to overcome a How do you come out of this knowing you had a car that you win the race?
lot, getting caught on pit road both times under green-flag was dominant in spots? "Even though it was out of gas, with these EFI units it still
pit stops. Then there at the end, we ran out of gas coming to "I think we had a good night. You can't win them all. For me, runs, and I should have been paying attention to my pit-road
pit road there, and I was looking at the fuel-pressure gauge I made a mistake at the end and felt like that's probably what, speed lights and should have got off of pit road better. To win
J instead of the tach and lost a bunch of time down pit road and cost us the chance to stay in front of the No. 24. the race, I just needed to execute on pit road bettr."

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