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Jackson County Floridan

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

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Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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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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Truck driver dies in Malone crash


BYANGIE COOK
acook@jcfloridan.com

A Holmes County truck driver is dead following a crash in Jackson County, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
The wreck occurred at 12:35 p.m. Wednesday on State Road 2, east of State Road 71 in Malone. A report from FHP indicates that Clyde P Ellis, 52, of Bonifay, was driving a 2001 Freightliner truck, hauling a loaded logging trailer, traveling


through Malone on S.R. 2. The logging truck drove through the intersection of 11th Street, drifted right and entered the south shoulder of S.R. 2. It collided with a utility pole, a traffic information sign, and overturned onto its right side before coming to rest facing east, in the ditch on the south side of S.R. 2.
* The driver was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash, according to the report.'
FHP has the crash under investigation.


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Crews work to retrieve a wrecked logging truck, Wednesday afternoon in Malone. Driver Clyde P. Ellis, of Bonifay, did not survive the single-vehicle crash, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.


MOVIE NIGHT




AT THE LIBRARY


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ight-year-old Jordan Tanner (left) and Jeremiah Powell, 8, sit in beanbags towatch a family-friendly movie at the Marianna branch of the Jackson County Library
Tuesday night. As part of the summer programs at the Jackson County Libraries, Family Movie Night will be every Tuesday in Marianna at 5:30 p.m. and every Monday in Graceville at 5:30 p.m. through July 15.


'Duck Dynasty' star makes


book tour stop in Dothan

BY PEGGY USSERY
The Dothan Eagle

ne of Jase Robertson's biggest
challenges in writing a book was finding the time to do it.
But from midnight to 5 a.m. during
duck season, he wrote.
"It was mainly because that was Best known as the sarcastic the only time that was quiet, and I brother on A&E's "Duck Dynasty," wasn't distracted," Robertson said in Robertson's book was released last a phone interview with the Dothan month. Robertson will be at DoEagle. "Once you get into it, time than's Northside Walmart on June 27 stands still when you're writing a as.part of a tour to promote his boo] book. I would just do it up until it "Good Call: Reflections on Faith, was time to go to the duck blind." Family and Fowl." When he'd get to the duck blind, Several members of the Robertsorn he would go over what he had writ- family have published books, and ten with his father, friends, brothers both Phil Robertson and Si Robertor anyone else in the. blind. son have written books with footbal


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S"Duck Dynasty's" Jase Robertson will be k at the Northside Walmart to promote his
book, which was released last month.
Columnist Mark Schlabach, the coauthor on "Good Call."

l1 See TOUR, Page 7A


Bay County


Arrest made



in shooting



that killed



new .dad


Neighbor tells police

it was an accident

BY ANGIE COOK
Sacook@jcfloridan.com
An arrest has been made in connection with the ,shooting death of Stephen Justin Ayers, according to theBay, County Sheriff's Office. That incident occurred Tuesday evening in Panama City.1 At 6:12 p.m., deputies responded to a 911 call about a shooting at 2502 Michigan Court, in Panama City, Major Tommy Ford said in a BCSO press release. Shisler When they arrived at the home, deputies found 33-year-old Ayers dead of a gunshot wound to the back of the head; a bullet hole was seen in the rear sliding-glass door. Deputies searched the area around the house and

See ARREST, Page 7A


County elections

* *
supervisor delivers

bill to school board

Costs come in below estimate

BYANGIECOOK
acook@jcfloridan.com
MARIANNA- County elections supervisor Sylvia Stephens was at Tuesday's meeting of the Jackson County School Board to deliver good news and an $11,400 bill.
The May 6 referendum that passed by a healthy margin to extend the half-cent sales tax for schools another 10 years was an election conducted by mail and administered by Stephens and her staff at the county elections office.. Opting to conduct the election in house, withouti:outsourcing some or all of the process, she said, shaved thousands off the price tag.
After calculating the costof postage, advertising, supplies and personnel, Stephens said the mail-in ballot election cost just under $39,400, which was good news for the school .bard, since the previous estimation put the cost at45,000. The school board also got help with the cost of a new$17,000 inserter. Cou tycommissionersagreed to pick up half the bill for that piece of equipment, which can be used for future elections and helped Stephens' office facilitate the ballot mail-out. At the end of February a partial payment of

See BILL, Page 7A


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Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski
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CONTACT US
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Street Address:
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is published Tuesday through Friday and
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid
at Marianna, FL.

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All subscriptions to the Jackson County Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving Day for which there is a premium charge.

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shall not be liable for damages arising
out of errors and advertisements beyond the amount paid.for the space actually
occupied by that pprtion of the advertisements in which the erroroccurred, whether
such error is due to the negligence of the publisher's employees or otherwise, and there shall be not liability for non-insertion of any advertisement beyond the
amount paid for such advertisement.This
newspaper will not knowingly accept or
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertising which expresses preference based on
legally protected personal characteristics is
not acceptable.

HOWTO GETYOUR NEWS PUBLISHED
The Jackson County Floridan will publish
news of general interest free of charge. SSubmit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, fax, niall, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement,
anniversary and birth announcements.:
Forms are available at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good quality and
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the Right to edit all submissions.

GETTING IT RIGHT
The Jackson County Floridan's policy
is to correct mistakes promptly. To
report an error;,please call 526-3614
Monday-Friday.


TODAY
a Marianna City Farmer's Market Open - 7, a.m. to noon at Madison St. Park. Now featuring panhandle arts and crafts every Saturday. )) Bus Class-7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Bus Barn training room. For more info call 526-5549. a Chipola College Registration for Summer Session II Classes -8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Chipola. Classes begin Monday with late registration continuing through noon Tuesday. The schedule of classes available online at www.chipola.edu. For more info, call 718-2211.
a International Chat'n' Sip - 8:30-10 4.m. at the Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in Marianna. Learning Center staff and their international English learners invite the public for the exchange of language, culture and ideasin a relaxed environment. Light refreshments served. No charge. Call 482-9124. n St. Anne Thrift Store - 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. Anne's Catholic Chu rch, 3009 Fifth St., Marianna. bill'482-3734.
1 Christmas in July Craft Fair - 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, BlouintstowvinThere will be quilts, handmade soap, artwork crocheted items, baked goods, etc. Concession stand will be open. Call Janice or Diane for more info at 6742777.
)) Caregiver Support Group Meeting.- 11a.m. to noon in the First Presbyterian Churchsocial hall, 4437 Clinton St., Marianna. Open to all f mily caregivers providing care to loved ones or fri nds. Cinfidebtial group, facilitated by a professional group counselor. Coffee, water, light snacks provided. n Chipola Civic Club Meeting - Noon at The Oaks Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus is the local community, "Community, Children& Character." Call 526-3142.
)) Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting - Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call 482-2290.. :
) JacksonfCounty Friends of the Library Board Meeting -1 p.m. at the library, 2929 Green St., Marianna. All members and those interested in joining the Friends are invited to attend. a Chipola Healthy Start Coalition Board of Directors Meeting - 2 p.m. at The One StopCareer Centerin the community Room, 4636 U. S. 90 East, Suite E, Marianna.
)) LeaseAd HocCommittee Meeting - 2 p.m. Early Leaning coalition's Region Three Family Success Center, 703 W. 15th St., Suite A, Panama City. a Employability Workshop "Coping with Unemployment"- 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. Workshop is facilitated by a certified motivational career coach. Workshop is free of charge and open. to the public. Visit EmployFlorida.com to register for this informative workshop. )) Chipoa College District Board Of Trustees Nominations Committee Meeting - 5:15 p.m. in cafeteria at Chipola College. )) Chipola College District Board of Trustees


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Dinner - 5:30 p.m. in cafeteria at Chipola College. D Chipoja College District Board of Trustees Meeting -7 p.m. Public Service Building at Chipola College.
a Summer Concert in the Park - 7:30 p.m. at Madison Street Park. Featured group: Gary Wofsey, a wonderful jazz band. Bring your lawn chair and cooler.
a Alcoholics Anonymous - Closed discussion, 89 p.m., First United Methodist Church; 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; papers will not be signed.

FRIDAY, JUNE 20
) Chipola College Registration for Summer Session II Classes - 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Chipola College.
n Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at the Jackson County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and experienced handcrafters welcome to create, share learnor teacHfavorite projects.Call 482631.;5 " ' '" .. ." " ' " '
)) Tobacco Free Partnership/Planning committee Meeting -10 a.m. to 2p.m'. at BIue Springs Park. All Tobacco Free Partnriership members are encouraged to attend.
a Madison Street Park Farmers Market - 4-7 p.m.at Madion Street Park. Will be open each Friday evening. FMNP and Sr. FMNP vouchers are accepted. For more info, call 693-4078.'. a Chess Club -6-8 p.m. First United Methodist Church on Clintoh St. in Marianna. Sponsored by Marianna Optimist Club for students 8-18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels including beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473. n Celebrate Recovery -7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and hang-ups.":' Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call 209-7856,573-1131. a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting - 8-9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901 Ciledonia St. in Marianna.

. SATURDAY, JUNE 21
i MariannaCity Farmer's Market Open-7 a.m. to noon at Madison St. Park. Now featuring panhandle arts and crafts every Saturday.
) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting -8 a.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901Caledoqia St. in Marianna. ) Graceville Free Medical Clinic -10 a.m. at Graceville Free Medical Clinic, 5470 College Ave.,
Graceville. For patients who have no medical
insurance, Medicaid and meet the federal poverty, guidelines. We have physicians and nurses and give professional health care services to our patients. Call 263-6912 or 272-0101for information. a Jackson County Community Helpers Club
-10 a.m. 4571 Dickson Road, Greenwood.


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121st Bevis Family Reunion-11 a.m. at the Oaks Restaurant in Marianna. Scholarships will be awarded to Andrew Hand Fletcher of Thomaston, Ga., Caroline Lynn Rogersf Malone and Blake Southerland of Southp6ih. Come and join the decedents of William Langley Bevis and Jennie Palmer Bevis for a time of fellowship.For more information, contact John Alter at 569-2412ortreeman@phonl.com.

SUNDAY, JUNE 22
a Annual Finch-Curlee Reunion - 12:30 p.m. at Wausau Town Hall, 1607 Second Ave., Wausau. Bring a covered dish and enjoy a day of fun and fellowship with family and friends. n Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
- 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United.Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.

MONDAY, JUNE 23
S))Preschool Summer Reading Program - 9 a.m. Bascom Community Ceriter. Come anrid explore science while having summer reading.fun with weather, flight; experiments, colors, sound, nature and more.
) School Age Summer Reading Program,
-11a.m. Bascom Community Center. Come and explore science while having sumrnmer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors, sound, nature and more.
) Marianna Lions Club Meeting - Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna.. Call 482-2005.
SPreschool Summer Reading Program- 2 p.m. Jackson County Public Library, Marianna. Come and explore science while having summer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors, sound, nature and more..
a Employability Workshop "Developing Workplace Skills" - 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Careet Center. Workshop is facilitated by a certified motivptional career coach. Workshop is free of charge and open to the public. Visit EmployFlorida.com to register for this informative workshop. a School Age Summer Reading Program - 4 p.m. Jackson CountyPublic Library, Marianna. Come and explore science while having summer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors, sound, nature and more. )) Movie Night - 5:30 p.m. Jackson County Public Library, Graceville.
a Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting
-5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Jackson County Extension Service, Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meetings are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, lessons and help. All quilters welcome. Call 573-5434.
a Breaking Free - 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. A closed SAA group is a 12-step fellowship of men and women recovering from addictive sexual behavior. For more information and location, call Shawn at 693-1621 or email BreakingFreeSAA@yahoo.com


The submission deadline for this calendaris two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackspn County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.


Police Roundup


MARIANNAPOLICE DEPARTMENT
The Marianna Police Departmentlisted the following incidents for June 17, the latestavailable report: Two accidents, one escort,; one report of mental illness, two verbal disturbances, one larceny complaint, one criminal mischief complaint, Sone found property report, one follow-up investigation, one juvenile complaint, one animal complaint, one property check, one assist of another agency and six home security checks.

JACKSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriffs Office and county fire/rescue reported the following incidents for June 17, the latest available report: One drunk pedestrian, two missing juveniles, five abandoned vehicle reports, three suspicious vehicle reports, one suspicious incident, three suspicious persons, three escorts, one highway obstruction, one burglary, one physical disturbance, two verbal disturbances, two fire calls, 15


medical calls, two traffic crashes, eight traffic stops, one larceny complaint, one criminal mischief complaint, three civil
disputes, one trespass .
complaint, one follow-up investigation, one juvenile
41 complaint, one suicide
attempt or threat, one
animal complaint, four
property checks, one assist of a motorist or pedestrian, two assists qf other agencies, one public service call, two K-9 deployments, three standard transports, one.Baker Act transport and one home security check.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons were booked into the county jail during the latest reporting periods:
)) Serina Hunt, 41, 1050 Mill Road, Alford, possession of counterfeit payment instrument, possession of a controlled sub-


stance, possession of drug paraphernalia, tampering with evidence ) Carl McNeil, 36,12911 Lilliam Highway, Pensacola, unlawful compensation or reward for official behavior, introduction of contraband into a state correctional institution.
)) Anthony Henderson, 33, 1140 North Keene Road, Clearwater, hold for courthold for DOC.
)) Wakeshla Brigham, 23, 2980 Sunset Drive, Marianna, battery-domestic violence, public affray. a Clay Brunson, 23,4182 Myles St., Marianna, battery-domestic violence, public affray.
)) James Center, 31, 14501 Gainer Road, Youngstown, hold for Bay Co. )) Shane Love, 22, 2426 Herold Drive, Marianna, violation of county probation.

'Jail Population: 208
To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement agency.
To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


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Chipola launches new two-day schedule


Special to the Floridan

Chipola College officials are rolling out a new academic schedule for the fall semester which begins in August.
The new plan offers the possibility for students to register for a two-day schedule and attend classes only two days a week.
"This new schedule will provide another option for students in addition to online classes, evening classes, and a three or four-day schedule, said Dr. Sarah Clemmons, senior vice president of instruction. "Other colleges with a two-day schedule option report that it is popular with students who wish to commute fewer days of the week. Longer class periods also may be better for courses scheduled in labs." Typically under the old Chipola schedule, a three-hour class would


meet three times a week for 50 minutes each time. With the new schedule, a three-hour class would meet only twice a week for 75 minutes. Clemmons reports that not all student schedules will be able to plan a. two-day schedule depending on the classes required for particular academic plans or courses already completed. Some courses offered are single section or require various corequisites depending on the student's major or chosen transfer institution. Fall 2014 application deadline for new students is Aug. 6. Chipola offers the Bachelor of Science Degree, the Associate in Arts Degree, the Associate in Science Degree, Workforce Development programs and Industry Certifications. Bachelor's degrees include: Science Education Middle Grades (5-9); Biology Education Secondary Grades (612); Mathematics Education Middle


Grades (5-9); Mathematics Education Secondary Grades (6-12); English Education, Exceptional Student Education and Elementary Education; Business Administration with concentrations in Management or Accounting; and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). The Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree is designed for students who plan to complete their first two years of college work and then transfer to a fouryear program at Chipola or another college or university. Credits earned are transferable and are applicable toward a bachelor's degree. Academic advising guides that outline requirements for specific majors are available from Student Affairs and are located on the college website at www.chipola.edu.
For more information about registration, visit www.chipola.edu or phone 718-2211.


Hurricane preparedness workshop held


Special to the Floridan

West Florida Electric Cooperative held a meeting for emergency operations center personnel, city personnel, fire departments and law enforcement agencies in Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson and Washington counties. During the meeting, attendees toured the cooperative's service center and saw a firsthand demonstration of how cooperative members can report outages. They also learned about how crews are dispatched and the various ways WFEC personnel communicates with members using Facebook, Twitter and media outlets. Electrical safety information was also shared with all those in attendance, which is especially important for first-responders. This annual gathering allows electric cooperative personnel, EOC and city personnel, fire departments and law enforcement to collaborate and share ideas about how to best handle power outages and emergency situations caused by storm damage to the area. "This workshop is vital to the success of restoration efforts when our distribution system sustains catastrophic damage caused by hurricanes, tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, or other acts of nature. It allows us to discuss problems that we've encountered in the past and brainstorm about how we


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Gary Clark, WFEC vice president, Member Services, and Penny Hagan, manager, Member Services, (above) speak to meeting attendees about how the cooperative handles major outage situations caused by severe weather. Below, Ty Peel, vice president, engineering, speaks to EOC and city personnel, law enforcement and fire department personnel about the importance of being aware of your surroundings and downed power lines when responding to emergencies.


can best communicate with emergency personnel throughout the four counties we serve,' said Gary Clark, vice president, Member Services. Mother Nature is unpredictable, so the proper


precautions should always be taken by coastal residents and others near the coast. With that thought in mind, WFEC encourages all its members to be weather aware and begin making their annual hurri-


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represented the Marian na Kiwanis Club at this year's Scouting dinner. The silver sponsor of the troop received a handsome paperweight highlighted with the Scout emblem.


cane season preparations before it's too late. The Atlantic hurricane season begins on June 1 and will last until Nov. 30. The peak storm threat usually occurs from mid-August to late October.


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Parents are Chris and Rena Smith of
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Hospital partners with

Men's Health Network


Special to the Floridan

June is Men's Health Month and Jackson Hospital is proud to increase awareness or problems that could be prevented and encourage early detection and treatment of men's diseases. This month gives Jackson Hospital an opportunity to encourage men to seek medical treatment for health maintenance. According to the Men's Health Network, "One in two men: is diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime compared to one in three women. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men and the second leading killer of men, behind lung cancer."


Prostatitis can be an issue for males of all ages and affects 35 percent of men aged 50 and older. Men's Health Network states, "Each year over 230,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and about 30,000 will die of it."
"The slowing of the urinary stream, having to get up at night to urinate, and increased frequency are common symptoms of prostate cancer," Jackson Hospital urologist Dr. John Chacko states. 'A simple blood test called Prostatespecific antigen and a digital rectal exam are the two most commonly used tests."
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Chacko, call Chipola Surgical & Medical Specialties at 482-0017.


Local Brief


Marianna bridge clubannounces
winners
The Marianna Duplicate Bridge Club announced the winners of the game played on . Monday June 16: )) First place - John Selfe and Roselyn Wheeler
)) Second place
- NancyWatts and Kitty Myers :
)) Third place - Dorothy Baxter and Jane Sangaree
)) Fourth place - Sharon Morgan and Mary Lou Millet n Fifth place - Libby Spence and Libby Hutto The Marianna Bridge Club is sanctioned by the American Contract Bridge League. The game is held every


Monday at 1 p.m. at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Marianna, 4362 Lafayette St. Anyone is welcome to come and play or observe. For more information and partners, call Libby Hutto at 526-3162.


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STARKE - Florida was setWednesdayto execute a
Tampa area man who killed his estranged wife and her young son
in 1985, two
Ruthell years after
he had been
paroled for murdering his previous spouse. John Ruthell Henry, 63, was scheduled to receive a lethal injection at 6 p.m. EDT for the stabbing death of Suzanne Henry in Pasco County.
He also was convicted in Hillsborough County of stabbing Suzanne Henry's 5-year-old son, Eugene Christian, near Plant City, hours after the woman's murder.
It would be the 13th execution in Florida since April 2013, and the 18th since Republican Gov. Rick Scott took office in


2011. On Wednesday, the U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals rejected Henry's effort to postpone the execution. His lawyers filed another appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court, but it has rarely halted Florida executions.
Hours earlier, Georgia and Missouri carried out separate executions, the first since a botched lethal injection in Oklahoma in April revived concerns about capital punishment. Neither execution had any noticeable complications. Georgia and Missouri both use the single drug pentobarbital, a sedative. Florida uses a three-drug combination of midazolam hydrochloride, vecuronium bromide and potassium chloride. Midazolam, a sedative used before surgery, has only been used in Florida since October; previously, sodium thiopental was used, but its U.S. manufacturer stopped making


it and Europe banned its manufacturers from exporting it for executions. During the first Florida execution using midazolam, it appeared to an Associated Press reporter that it took longer for inmate William Happ to lose consciousness than others who have been executed under the previous drug mix. In the six executions since, the process has appeared to go normally. Scott on Tuesday brushed aside questions about the state's execution procedures, saying he has to "uphold the laws of the land."
When asked directly if he had discussed with the Department of Corrections what happened in Oklahoma and whether any changes were needed in Florida, Scott would only say: "I focus on making sure that we do things the right way here." Henry, the condemned man, had previously


pleaded no contest to second-degree murder for stabbing his commonlaw wife, Patricia Roddy, in 1976. He served less than eight years in prison before being released in 1983. He had been on parole for two years when he killed his wife and the boy. Suzanne Henry's relatives told reporters she hadn't known about John Henry's previous killing when she married him after his release.
During Henry's trial, prosecutors said the unemployed bricklayer went to Suzanne Henry's home three days before Christmas of 1985 to talk about buying a gift for the boy, who was Suzanne's son from a prior relationship. They fought over Henry living with another woman and he stabbed her 13 times in the neck and face.
Prosecutors said Henry then took the boy and drove around for nine


hours, sometimes smoking crack cocaine, before stabbing him five times in the neck.
Hours later, Henry told a detective, he found himself wandering a field. He later told therapists he had killed the child to reunite him with his mother. Henry tried to use an insanity defense for killing his wife.
Psychiatrists at the trial testified that Henry had a low IQ, suffered from chronic paranoia andsmoked crack. He told them he had intended to commit suicide after killing the boy but said he was unable to go through with it.
In recent months, Henry's attorneys have questioned whether his client was mentally stable enough to comprehend his death sentence. In an appeal the Florida Supreme Court rejected last week, attorney Baya Harrison III wrote that


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Henry's "abhorrent childhood, extensive personal and family mental health history, poor social adjustment, and lack of rational thinking and reasoning skills so impaired his adaptive functioning that he was actually performing at the level of a person with an IQ of 70." In May, a panel of mental health experts said Henry doesn't suffer from mental illness or an intellectual disability and that he understands "the nature and, effect of the death penalty and why it is to be imposed on him," according to court records. Nine executions nationwide have been stayed or postponed since late April, when Oklahoma prison officials halted the execution of Clayton Lockett after noting that the lethal injection drugs weren't being administered into his vein properly. Lockett died of a heart attack several minutes later.


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ORLANDO - The new Harry Potter-themed area at Universal Orlando Resort is set to open early next month.
Universal officials announced Wednesday that the new Harry Potter attraction at Universal Studios Park will open July 8.


It will double the size of the Harry Potter landscape in the park and will be.tied ,ia the Hogwarts Express train to the original Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal's Island of Adventure.
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MIAMI - The majority subsid of Florida residents who the av signed up for coverage mium under President Barack admin Obama's health care law In F are paying $100 or less a of en month in premiums on mium, average, the administra- month tion reported Wednesday. and 5 A report released by averag the U.S. Department of or less Health and Human Ser- credits vices found the average report monthly premium is $347 The a month, but a typical consu Florida.enrollee pays $68 subsid after tax credits across all cerns plan types. may e The government pays federa the subsidy directly to money insurers. ed this Nearly 1 million Flo- The i ridians signed up for get O coverage under the Af- mated fordable Care Act - the ance , highest enrollment almost among the 36 states using the ne: the federally administered lowere marketplace, trillion Taxpayers are subsidiz- ,,Most ing more than 90 per- reside cent of their monthly from t premiums. ,insure. SThat's higher than the change


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Florida Gov. OKs new Alzheimer's program
TALLAHASSEE - Florida is going to set up a new Alzheimer's disease research program.
Gov. Rick Scott on
Wednesday signed into a law a bill (HB 709) that creates a program to fund projects aimed at preventing or finding a cure for Alzheimer's disease. The research program is named after the grandparents of Rep. Matt Hudson.
The legislation also
requires the state to create a registration program to keep track of residents with special needs who may need shelter during an emergency.
The new law also requires the state to draw up performance standards for deciding how much money memory disorder clinics should receive from the state.
The amount of money available this year for the research program is $3 million.
There are an estimated 450,000 Floridians suffeiqgfrQmAlzheimer's dOfsea4e.

Wonia, 3 children
die in house fire
JACKSONVILLE
- A woman and her three grandchildren - ages 10 months, 2 and 4 - are dead following a fire at a Jacksonville mobile home.
The fire tore through a double-wide trailer late Tuesday afternoon. Jacksonville Fire Rescue officials say the woman and one child died at the scene. Family members say two other children died a short time later at the hospital. Jacksonville television stations report that a 13-year-old riding by on a bicycle rescued a 6-yearold girl from the fire.
Officials say the parents of the children are in jail, and they had been staying with their grandparents. Investigators are trying to determine what caused the fire but believe it started in a bedroom adjacent ito the living room.

Author
Daniel Keyes dies
WEST PALM BEACH
- The:author of the class-, room staple "Flowers for Algernon"' has died.
The family of Daniel Keyes says he diedat his Boca Raton home Sunday at the age of 86.. .. 'Algernon" was first published as a short story in 1959, and later as a novel, and tells of a lowIQ laborer's transfirmation throughexperiments that triple his intelligence, just as researchers did with a lab mouse named Algernon. In the end, the treatment is not lasting, with the book documenting the decline of, both the mouse and the protagonist.

Men sentenced for jumping on manatees
ORLANDO - Two men have been sentenced over an online video that shows one man jumping on two manatees.
The U.S. Attorney's
Office in Orlando reports that 22-year-old Taylor Blake Martin was ordered Wednesday to pay a $3,000 fine, while 22-yearold Seth Aridry tepheti son must liay'$2,000 Both men must serve 175 hours of community service.


The men pleaded guilty in March to taking or harassing an endangered species.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials began investigating last year after the video was posted on Facebook. The video shows one man, identified by prosecutors as Stephenson, luriig,two manatees to a d konl Cocoa Beach canal with a water hose, and another man, identified as Martin, jumping off the dock,


"cannonballing" an adult manatee and a calf.

Boy, 9, dies, brother injured in crash
LAND O'LAKES - A 9-year-old boy is dead and his younger brother is in serious condition after being struck by a van while walking their dog with their mother. The dog also died in the crash Wednesday morning in Land O'Lakes, which is north of Tampa. The Florida Highway Patrol says Anita Pallares was walking on the correct side of the road with her sons - 9-year-old Jorge Cruz and 7-year-old David Cruz when the van hit them. Troopers say 21year-old John Ryals failed to observe the pedestrians and the dog. Jorge Cruz and his mother were taken to a local hospital, where he died from his injuries. David Cruz was flown to St. Joseph's Hospital in Tampa.
The accident report notes that alcohol was not a factor and that an investigation continues.

Man charged with
pointing laser
DAYTONA BEACH SHORES - A 22-year-old central Florida man is accused of pointing a laser light at a police officer's car.
The officer pulled over the car Walter Nevarez was riding in early Monday. He's charged with pointing a laser at a driver and was released from jail, after posting bail. Police say Nevarez told them he'd purchased the laser hours earlier and admitted to pointing it at oncoming cars. He started crying and apologized when the officer told him the action was a felony. SNeviarez told The Day' :. tona,4each News-Journal iat hegot a clean record andiddidn't mean to point it in the eyes of motorists.
Earlier this year, the F9I launched a campaign to make the public aware of the consequences of pointing lasers at motorists or pilots.

Clinton gets PGA of America's top award
PALM BEACH GARDENS - Former President Bill Clinton has been selected to receive the PGA Distinguished Service Award. Clinton is the third


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well as tennis star Serena Williams and hip-hop producer Timbaland. On Tuesday, Teasley's mother Janice Edwards urged anyone with information to step forward. The Miami Herald reports that Teasley's twin brother filed a wrongful death lawsuit last week against Mansion. The lawsuit claims Mansion has a history of "violent crime" and questions how a weapon got inside the nightclub.
Anyone with information is asked to call Miami Beach police.

Mom arrested after boy found wandering
BOYNTON BEACH Police called to a Boynton


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the Cessna's engine was still running as it fell to the ground and crashed. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports a federal investigator's initial report shows the plane entered into an aerodynamic stall before the June 9 crash. According to the report;, the plane carrying instructor Marlene Charlotte Mork and student Gabriel De Souza Marinho Falcao was in its initial climb after the "second touch-and-go landing" at the Daytona Beach International Airport. It hit the ground and exploded into flames near the airport, instantly killing Mork and Flacoa, both 22.


Beach apartment com- Officials discuss plex found a 4-year-old climate change boy wandering around in
the middle of the night. FORT LAUDERDALE Authorities say that - Officials from the Philonce officer's found the ippines are visiting Fort child's mother early Mon- Lauderdale to discuss day, she "seemed to think strategies for adapting to the incident was funny." climate change. The Palm Beach Post Fort Lauderdale officials charges were serious say their counterparts enough to land the from Legazpi City, the mother and her boyfriend Philippines, share many bryefin~al. . of South Florida's conPolice say a resident cerns about rising sea levsaw the boy and asked els and urban resiliency. where he lived. He led the The Filipino officials' person to an apartment, weeklong tour includes but no one appeared to wastewater treatment be inside. plants, the National HurAs they stood there, a ,ricane Center and discusman walked up, grabbed sions of the, Southeast the boy, put him in the :Floida Regional Climate apartment and left again. ,C'haige Compact. Police found the mom FortLauderdale officials passed out inside. will Visit the Philippines in the fall.
Cessna's engine still , The visit is part of i aCityLinks program
running as it fell funded by the U.S.
DAYTONA BEACH - A Ageicy for International preliminary investiga- Development. tion into a.small plane A similar partnership crash that killed a flight has paired Chiang Rai, instructor and student in Thailand, with CamDaytona Beach has found bridge, Massachusetts.


USAID official Kevin Brownawell says the program enables "peer-topeer learning in practical technical areas such as Storm water management, erosion control and working with citizens on resilience."

Conservationists sue over rare snail
ST. PETERSBURG - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is being sued for Allegedly failing to protect a rare Florida snail under the Endangered Species Act.
Center for Biological Diversity attorney Jacki Lopez says the Ichetucknee siltsnail "may not be the most charismatic animal," but its decline serves as an indicator of poor health for a spring along the Ichetucknee River in north Florida.
The tiny freshwater
snail also is known as the sand grain snail.
The center sued the
wildlife service Tuesday in federal court in Washington, D.C.
According to the lawsuit, the snail's limited habitat in 10 square yards of submerged mosses and cypress roots is threatened by upstream pollution and groundwater pumping.
Florida-based wildlife service spokesman Jeff Fleming said the agency is reviewing hundreds of species - including the snails - for protection.


Wildlife Conservation Commission also has approved methods that make it easier for scuba divers to catch lionfish in the wild. Aquarium shops would be allowed to, obtain new lionfish from divers.
The fish have venomous spines, but they are edible.
The commission gave preliminary approval to the lionfish ban in April. Officials finalized the ban Wednesday at the commission's meeting in Fort Myers. The ban takes effect Aug. 1. Lionfish are considered as menacing to native wildlife throughout the Atlantic as Burmese pythons are in Florida's Everglades. Both invasive species have thrived far from their native habitats, with no natural predators here to control their populations.

Former porn star seeking board seat
WEST PALM BEACH
- A former porn star is looking for a new role as a school board member. David Mech of Boca Raton has qualified for the Palm Beach County School Board's District 3 seat.
The 38-year-old was known as Dave Pounder while a performer in adult fims.
Along with another candidate, John Michael Hartman, Mech is chal-


lenging incumbent board Florida approves ban member Karen Brill. on lionfiSh imports The Palm Beach Post reports thatl'Brill made
FORT MYERS - State, - h idlideggrlier this year wildlife officials have ' 'fith a'silived proposgiven final approval to a,: al to #hfor a dress code ban on imports of hlionfish for parents on school for the aquarium trade in, property. Florida.
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Mom asks for help in finding shooter
MIAMI - The mother of a private chef for a Miami Heat player is asking anyone with information about his shooting death to talk to police. Antaun Teasley died June 10 during an altercation in the VIP section of Mansion Nightclub on Miami Beach. He was well knowri as a private chef for several Heat and Miami Dolphins players, as


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BROWNSVILLE, .Texas
- Children's faces pressed against glass. Hundreds of young boys and girls covered with aluminum foil-like blankets next to chain-link fences topped with barbed wire. These were the sights from Wednesday tours of a crowded Border Patrol stations in south Texas and Arizona, where thousands of immigrants are being held before they are transferred to other shelters around the country.' , It was the first time the media was given access to the facilities since President Barack Obama called the more than 47,000 unaccompanied -children who have entered the country illegally this budget year an "urgent hu'manitarian situation." Border Patrol stations like the one in Brownsville and Nogales were not meant for long-term custody. Immigrants are supposed to wait there until they are processed and taken to detention centers.
But the surge in children arriving without their parents has overwhelmed the U.S. government. The surge, which has' been building' for three years, comes amid a steep overall increase in immi-' grant arrests in southern most Texas.
The children are mostly from Central America. They pose a particular challenge because the law requires Customsard Border BProtecih to transfer them-to he Department of Health and Human Services within 72 hours.
That agency's network of some 100 shelters around the. country has been over. capacity ,,or months and is now caring for more' than' 7,600 children.
Children began backing up in already overcrowde,d Border Patrol stations. Eventually, the Border Patrol began flying them toArizona, where it set up a massive processing center in the border 'city' of


Nogales, where reporters were also granted access Wednesday.
From there, the children are sent to private shelters or temporary housing at barracks on military bases in California, Texas and Oklahoma.
But the children at Fort Brown remain in the custody of an agency ill-equipped to care for Them.
On Wednesday, dozens of young boys were divided from dozens of young girls. Mothers with children still younger were in another cell.
Happier faces could be found in a side yard just outside the station. There, young children colored pictures under a camouflage tent.
A group of about a dozen girls of perhaps 5 or 6 sat under another tent outside the shower trailer, dark hair wet and shiny. Women wearing blue gloves combed, each girl's hair.
Tables held stacks of clean bluejeans, T-shirts and toiletries.
Deeper into the yard, teen girls kicked a soccer ball and tossed a football with workers from the' Federal Emergency Management Agency.
In Nogales, Arizona, girls playing soccer with two male border agents shrieked when their ball crossed over the chain link fence and away from the small recreational area covered by a white tent.
'Others playing basketball cheered on their teammates. :
But inside, the approximately 1,000 children in the clean, 120,000square-foot ware.house were silent.
In a roomy area with teenage boys,, a large, high-definition TV playing the World Cup went largely ignored.
A small group of boys in that fenced-in area played soccer.
But most lay on tiny mattresses and covered themselves with thin, ,heat-reflective blankets that look like


Young boys sleep in a holding cell where hundreds of mostly Central American immigrant children are being processed and held at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Nogales Placement Center on Wednesday in Nogales, Ariz. CPBprovided media tours Wednesday of two locations in Brownsville, Texas, and Nogales, that have been central to processing the more than 47,000 unaccompanied children who have entered the country illegally since Oct. 1.


aluminum foil. Chain link fences 15 feet tall and topped with barbed wire separate the children by age and gender.
Federal agents said they could not provide an estimate of the number of minors at the facility because the figure is fluid as children transition in and out.
SAuthorities in Nogales have struggled to adjust to their new role as temporary caretakers. For example, it took a few days of children, rejecting breakfast burritos before agents learned that Central Americans aren't accustomed to flour tortillas. FEMA renegotiated its contract with a food vendor to begin receiving corn tortillas instead. The children are fed three times a day and take turns by group to use the 200-seat dining area.


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Relief on the horizon as crews battle Navajo fire


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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
- As summer approaches, relief is in sight for droughtstricken New Mexico and many other parts of the West as Mother Nature appears ready to ease up on her back-to-back' bldws of stifling heat and gusty winds.
A break in the unfavorable weather can't come soon enough for the hundreds of firefighters battling a blaze on the Navajo Nation that has consumed more than 20 square miles of pinon and juniper forest, along with grazing 'lands that tribal livestock owners have used for centuries. The Assayii Lake Fire has destroyed at least four structures. Another 50 homes near the rural communities of Naschitti and Sheep Springs were threatened, with some in Naschitti evacuated. Forecasters with the National Weather Service said storms moving across the Southwest have helped raise humidity levels, and the winds are expected to die down by Thursday, giving firefighters the window needed to directly attack the flames.
"What we saw over the past three or four days will basically end tomorrow. No more wind," meteorologist Chuck Maxwell said Wednesday.
Despite the variability in the weather and draiught, the fire season has been relatively slow across the U.S., according to 'the Nationhal Interagency Fire Center i Idaho. The number of acres burned so far this year is


half:of the 10-year average, and there have been fewer large fires. In the Southwest, the acreage burned is only 46 percent of average. S "The reason the Southwest is below average is because it had a late start to Sits ,fireseason,"' said Robyn s Broyles with the interagency fire center. "There was a lot of moisture throughout the spring for both New Mexico and Arizona. They're actually having a less severe fire season." There are nine large fires Burning across the country, Including the blaze on the , Navajo Nation. S New Mexico, including a Large swath of .the Navajo
Nation, is in its fourth year Sof severe drought and the t risk of fire has been high. SSo the blaze is only making i matters worse for families i who are watching from afar as their summer and Winter grazing pastures are
charred,
Tribal agriculture officials Said that depending on the intensity of the Assayii SLake Fire, it could be many
months before sheepherders and cattle ranchers get to return to the hills outside Naschitti and Sheep Springs. Officials say they
will search for other areas on the sprawling reservaStion where livestock can graze.
Authorities have repeatI edly urged Navajo families
to refrain from heading into the mountains to search for their livestock.
"They really do value the life of their livestock more than they Value their own," . n fire spokeswoman Shari 3 Malone said. "It's been
3 difficult."


On Wednesday planes' dropped fire retardant on the southern part of the blaze, while crews began building a line along the western and northern flanks. They were also trying to protect a communication tower to the north.
Elsewhere, diminishing windshavehelpedfirefighters nearly contain a blaze burning near Lake Isabella' in California's. southern Sierra Nevada. The blaze was 90 percent contained' Wednesday morning, with no flames jumping the perimeter.
In northern Arizona, a 7acre wildfire that broke out in Oak Creek Canyon was contained. The fire was just north of a blaze that THEASSOCIATEDPRESS charred 31 square miles This Wednesday handout photo provided by the Navajo Times shows the Asaayii Lake Fire raging last month in the scenic out of control at the ridge of the Chuska Mountains, west of Naschitti, N.M. Tribal agriculture canyon between Sedona officials say depending on the fire's intesity, it could be a while before sheepherders and cattle and Flagstaff. ranchers get to return to the hills outside of Naschitti and Sheep Springs.


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Teen stowaway can't believe he survived


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SAN JOSE, Calif. -A Somali immigrant who survived an arduous flight to Hawaii stowed away in a jet's wheel well says he was trying to reach his morn, a refugee in Ethiopia who says her teenage son broke down in tears this week during their first call since his ordeal.
Mother Ubah Mohammed Abdule, who is seeking U.S. asylum, told The Associated PressWednesday her son, who she hasn't seen in eight years, cried on the phone Tuesday and told her he thought she was dead.
"He says, 'Mom you are not dead for sure? I thought you died in a boat trip. This is incredible news.' Then he became silent for a moment. Then he cried," she said. YahyaAbdi, 15, saidTuesdaythat he ran away from his Santa Clara home, hopped a fence at Mineta San Jose International Airport in April and climbed aboard the Hawaiian Airlines plane because it was the first flight he could find heading west, and he wanted to go see his mother. Yahya, who described crouching in the wheel well and covering his ears at takeoff, made his first public comments during a Google Chat on Tuesday to KPIX-5. "It was above the clouds, I could see through the little holes," Yahya said, who gave short, stilted answers.
When asked if he can believe he survived the trial, Yahya paused several seconds: "Uh, no." But he also said he wasn't scared. Yahya survived the flight at 35,000 feet despite low oxygen



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"The only selfish motivation I had there's so much misinformation out about our family, I thought I'm goin write a book so people will really kn how this all happened and what we ally all about," Jase Robertson said. His faith also drove him to write. Robertson said he was shy as a kid,. said he made a deal with God at agc be vocal about his faith.
"I'm proud of my faith and I'm pro of my family," he said. Now in its sixth season, "Duck Dynasty" has been on the air since 201 breaking ratings records along the v While its ratings have declined and family patriarch Phil Robertson has come under fire for comments he n last year about homosexuality and s in a GQ article, millions of viewers s tuned in for the premiere of season on June 11.
Stars of the show, which follows t1 Robertson family and their Duck Cco mander business in West Monroe, LE have made several appearances in Dothan at fundraisers for local non] its, and Jase said he has enjoyed eve visit to the Wiregrass. "The people are so nice and supp<


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In this April 20 photo, Yahye Abdi, 15, is loaded into an ambulance at Kahului Airport in Kahului, Maui, Hawaii, after he stowed away in the wheel well of a flight from San Jose, Calif., to Maui. The Somali immigrant who survived the arduous flight to Hawaii says he was trying to reach his mother, a refugee in Ethiopia. Mother Ubah Mohammed Abdule, who is seeking U.S. asylum, told The Associated Press Wednesday her son, who she hasn't seen in eight years, cried on the phone Tuesday and told her he thought she was dead.


and freezing temperatures. Video footage from the Maui airport shows him dropping to the tarmac about an hour after the jet landed.
The teen said he made the decision to get on board the plane because he didn't want to live with his stepmom and wanted to find his mother, who he hasn't seen since he was 7 years old. Yahya is staying at a temporary foster home. He will be a junior in high school this fall and plans to live with his aunt in the Minne-


apolis area.
Yahya has been spending his days doing normal teenage things. "I've been going to the movie theater and playing video games," he told KPIX-5.
Earlier this year, police said they were investigating possible criminal charges against the boy for climbing the airport fence, and that the teen was being cared for by child protective services. The Santa Clara County Office of the Public Defender confirms it has been appointed to "advise


ive," Jase said. "It's been some of the greatest crowds that I've had, and I've been all over the U.S. We've connected there, so it's been really nice." "Good Call" gives readers a personal look into the Robertson family from Jase's view. He delves into stories from his youth, the dramatic change in his father after he found his faith, and the medical struggles faced by daughter Mia, who was born with a cleft lip and palate. Jase even reveals such intimate moments as his and wife Missy's wedding night. They were both virgins, having chosen to wait until they were married. Since the book's publication, Robertson said people have been surprised by references to the Bible and his faith in the book. While the show is known for ending with a family dinner and a prayer, Robertson said the show was never intended to be about religion. But faith, he said, is the family's foundation. "It's not a spiritual show, or it's not a religious show at all," he said. "It just shows what we do light-heartedly in our lives every day. But I think what people have to realize is that foundation is our faith. And the reason we have thick skin, and the reason we can have so much joy in our relationships and laugh at each other is because we believe we have the big stuff all right with our relationship with God and each other."


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directly behind the Ayers residence, they discovered Charles Edward Shisler, 62, in the back yard of his home at 3708 W 25th St.
When initially confronted about the shooting by deputies, Shisler said "it was fireworks, an M80," according to the BCSO arrest report. The defendant, whose behavior was described as "extremely belligerent" was arrested and placed in a patrol car and questioned. At that point, the report says Shisler admitted to firing a 9mm gtun, but said that it was an accident. He also told deputies that he put the gun under his mattress. After being taken to the sheriff's office, Shisler told the investigating officer, "it was an accident; the damn gun doesn't usually shoot.


and assist" the boy, but could not say in what capacity due to juvenile privacy rules. A family spokeswoman forwarded questions on Wednesday from AP to father Abdilahi Yusuf, a Santa Clara taxi driver, about why his son is not living with him. As with past requests, Yusuf has not responded. The spokeswoman, Zahra Billoo with the Council on American-Islamic Relations, says the family wants to maintain their privacy.


"You have to squeeze the hell out of the trigger to shoot it," he continued.
The defendant told officers that he tried to pick the gun up by its trigger, but it fired, shooting a hole through his screen. Deputies took blood from Shisler and testing that was done several hours after the shooting showed he had a .079 blood alcohol level. Shisler, whohasaprevious felony conviction for carrying a concealed firearm, was booked into the Bay County Jail, charged with manslaughter and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Authorities recovered a handgun that they believe was used in the shooting from the Shisler residence, the press release said.
The victim's family, which includes a newborn baby, was' in the home at the time of the shooting.


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Eula Mae Mitchell, 87, of Graceville passed away Thursday, June 18, 2014 at her residence following a brief illness.
Funeral service will be held 3 p.m., Thursday, June 19, 2014 at the Chapel of James & Lipford Funeral Home with Rev. Ernie Gray officiating. Burial will follow in Marvin Chapel Cemetery with James 8& Lipford Funeral Home in Graceville. Family will receive friends at the funeral home 2 p.m. until time of service.
Ms. Eula Mae was a native of Texas, joining the U.S. Coast Guard after high school, where she met the love of her life, Edgar Deaver Mitchell, whom she married in 1945. In 1951 together they opened
Graceville's first funeral home, Mitchell Funeral Home, where they worked together until the passing of Mr. Mitchell in 1972.
Preceded in death by her beloved husband Edgar Deaver "E.D." Mitchell, son Edgar Deaver "Eddie" Mitchell, Jr., granddaughter Kasi Caroline Mitchell. Survived by children Lee Mitchell (Cindy), Bonifay, FL, Gail Corbitt (Wayne), Graceville; six grandchildren Christy Thomann (Paul), Alpharetta, GA, James Corbitt (Tyisha), Slocomb, AL, Katie Mitchell, Blake Mitchell (Aleesta), Hayes Griffin, Evan Griffin, Bonifay; five grandchildren Savannah, Gracyn, Brady, Paisley, Cole.

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$28,000 was made to the supervisor's office, leaving the school boardwithabalance due of nearly $11,400, payment for which is expected on a future board agenda.
Stephens and her staff have been busy this week, as candidate qualifying for county commission and school board races closes on Friday.


US man, 89, held on Nazi death camp charges


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PHILADELPHIA - An 89-year-old Philadelphia man was ordered held without bail Wednesday on a German arrest warrant charging him with aiding and abetting the killing of 216,000 Jewish men, women and children while he was a guard at the Auschwitz death camp.
The man, retired toolmaker Johann "Hans" Breyer, was arrested by U.S. authorities Tuesday night. Breyer spent the night in custody and appeared frail during a detention hearing in federal court, wearing an olive green prison jumpsuit and carrying a cane. Legal filings unsealed Wednesday in the U.S. indicate the district court in Weiden, Germany, issued a warrant for Breyer's arrest the day before, charging him with 158 counts of complicity in the commission of murder. Each count represents a trainload of Nazi prisoners from Hungary, Germany and Czechoslovakia who were killed at Auschwitz-Birkenau between May 1944 and October 1944, the documents said.
Attorney Dennis Boyle argued his client is too infirm to be detained pending a hearing on his possible extradition to Germany. Breyer has mild dementia and heart issues and has previously suffered strokes, Boyle said.
"Mr. Breyer is not a threat to anyone," said Boyle. "He's not a flight


risk."
But Magistrate Judge Timothy Rice ruled the detention center was equipped to care for Breyer, who appeared to comprehend questions about the nature of the hearing. A law enforcement officer also testified Breyer and his elderly wife grasped what was happening during his arrest Tuesday outside their home in northeast Philadelphia.
"They both understood," deputy marshal Daniel Donnelly said. "It wasn't news to them." . Breyer has been under investigation by prosecutors in the Bavarian town of Weiden, near where he last lived in Germany.
Breyer has admitted he was a guard at Auschwitz in occupied Poland during World War II, but has told The Associated Press he was stationed outside of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp part of the complex and had nothing to do with the wholesale slaughter of about 1.5 million Jews and others behind the gates.
Thomas Walther, a former federal prosecutor with the special office that investigates Nazi war crimes in Germany, now represents family members of some of Breyer's alleged victims as co-plaintiffs in the case. He called for a speedy extradition.
"The German court has to find late justice for the crimes of Breyer and for the victims and their sons and daughters as co-plaintiffs," Walther wrote in


an email to the AP "It is late, but not too late."
Prosecutors in Weiden could not be reached for comment Wednesday. Their investigation comes after years of failed U.S. efforts to have Breyer stripped of his American citizenship and deported.
A court ruling in 2003 allowed him to stay in the United States, mainly on the grounds that he had joined the SS as a minor and could therefore not be held legally responsible for participation in it. His American citizenship stems from the fact his mother was born in the U.S.; she later moved to Europe, where Breyer was born. During Breyer's arrest Tuesday, he asked the marshals to retrieve papers in his home that document his right to stay in the U.S., Donnelly testified. Breyer's wife and two grandsons attended the hourlong hearing in Philadelphia on Wednesday. His extradition hearing was scheduled for Aug. 21.
Efraim Zuroff, the head Nazi hunter at the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Jerusalem, said he hoped there would be no obstacles to Breyer's extradition and trial overseas.
"Germany deserves credit for doing this - for extending and expanding their efforts and, in a sense, making a final attempt to maximize theprosecution of Holocaust perpetrators," he said in a telephone interview from Jerusalem.


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HUNTSVILLE, Ala.
- Officials say three people were killed aboard a plane that veered from an Alabama airport runway and caught fire. Huntsville International Airport spokeswoman Karen Yarbrough said during a press conference Wednesday afternoon that authorities are unsure of the plane's intended destination. The passenger's identities haven't been released. Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen says the Westwind II aircraft was trying to depart at the time. She said authorities are unsure of the plane's destination. Photos from local news outlets showed flames and a large plume of black smoke that appeared to be rising.
Bergen says the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board


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MONTGOMERY, Ala.
- Alabama's attorney general has selected a new gambling expert to replace one who died. Attorney General Luther Strange's office notified a Montgomery judge that it will use former FBI agent Bill Holmes of Annandale, Virginia, to testify in a trial involving VictoryLand casino in Shorter. Holmes spent 20 years with the FBI, mostly working on gambling cases.
The attorney general's office had used New Jersey gambling expert Bob Sertell as an expert witness for more than a decade, but he died May 6.
A judge has scheduled a civil trial Sept. 9 over whether the state can keep more than $223,000 in cash and destroy 1,615 machines seized in the raid at VictoryLand in 2013.
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Military identifies 17 kill-ed in '52 Alaska crash


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ANCHORAGE, Alaska The remains of about a third of the service members who died when their military transport plane crashed into an Alaska mountain and then was buried for decades in glacier ice have been identified, military officials said Wednesday.
The Department of Defense released the identities of 17 people onboard the C-124 Globemaster, which crashed in 1952, and said the remains will be returned to their families for burial with full military honors.
The first believed burial is planned Saturday in Caney, Kansas, for Army Pvt. Leonard A. Kittle, said Tonja Anderson-Dell, a Tampa, Florida, woman who has researched the crash for years. Her interest Was stoked about the crash when her grandmother, now deceased, told her details of her grandfather, Isaac Anderson, 21, who died when the plane hit the mountain on Nov. 22, 1952. Anderson-Dell also maintains a Facebook page about the crash and recovery efforts. The identifications were bittersweet for her because


her grandfather wasn't among them.
"He wasn't part of the ones that will be coming home," she told The Associated Press by telephone Wednesday. "However, I am still happy for the families that are bringing their servicemen home." The plane from McChord Air Force Base, Washington, was headed to Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage when it went down with 52 crew members and passengers aboard.
Efforts to reach the crash site immediately after the crash were halted by bad weather. Days later, a member of the Fairbanks Civil Air Patrol, along with a member of the 10th Air Rescue Squadron, landed at a glacier and positively identified the wreckage as the Globemaster. The civil air patrol member was Terris Moore, president of the University of Alaska. He later told reporters the plane "obviously was flying at full speed" when it hit Mount Gannett, sliding down the snow-covered cliffs, exploding and disintegrating over 2 or 3 acres, according to an Associated Press story from the time.. The heavy transport


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This July 2012 photograph shows the Joint Task Force-Alaska Team from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson and Fort Wainwright recovering debris on Colony Glacier near Anchorage, Alaska. The remains of about a third of the 52 US. service members who died in the crash outside Anchorage in 1952 have been identified. The Department of Defense on Wednesday said the remains of 17 people killed in the crash of the C-124A Globemaster will be returned to their families for burial with full military honors. The plane crashed while en route to Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, from McChord Air Force Base, Washington.


plane with 41 passengers and 11 crew members became buried in snow'and likely churned beneath the surface of the glacier for decades. The Alaska National Guard discovered the wreckage in June 2012 on Colony Glacier, about 40 miles east of Anchorage. An eight-manJoint POW/ MIA Accounting Command recovered materials such as a life-support system from the wreckage and possible bones from


the glacier two summers ago, and took the evidence to the command's lab in Hawaii for analysis. Military officials said in a release that the remaining 35 service members have not yet been recovered from the wreckage, and the site will be monitored for possible future recovetiy efforts. Further details were not immediately available from a military spokeswoman who didn't return a message to The


Associated Press. over the area to see if the Anderson-Dell said it glacier has given up any is her understanding the additional material from military will continue to fly the wreckage.


Police: Story of bullet-blocking book unfounded


The Associated Press

DAYTON, Ohio - A white bus driver's story that a religious book in his shirt pocket blocked bullets as he was attacked by three black men isn't supported by evidence and testing, Dayton police said Wednesday as they closed the case,,which had been investigated as a possible hate crime.
Rickey Wagoner, 49, told police he was outside his


city bus Feb. 24 when men assaulted him. He said that two bullets hit the inch-thick book containing Bible verses and that one hit his leg and that he was stabbed in the arm, according to a police report. The report also said Wagoner told police he grabbed the gun and shot at the fleeing men. Wagoner had told police that the assailants were black and that he thought the attack might have been


a gang initiation. But his account wasn't found to be factual, Police Chief Richard Biehl said at a news conference. "This assault, as reported, is not true, not accurate," Biehl said. Police did not say Wagoner made up the story and didn't explain why he would have made the report. Biehl did say it appeared Wagoner owed on back taxes. A recording at a phone, listing for Wagoner said,


the voice mail could not accept more messages: No criminal charges have been filed. But the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority said Wednesday that it has charged Wagoner with violating its employee standards. Police did extensive testing, including simulating the shots fired into the book. Biehl said it wasn't credible to believe that bullets didn't pass through the book into Wagoner.


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Bulldogs bounce back, go 3-0 at Poplar


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@icjofloridan.com
The Marianna Bull-, dogs bounced back from a Tuesday night home loss by going to Poplar Springs on Wednesday afternoon and picking up three straight wins over the likes of Arnold, Paxton, and Daleville (Ala.).
MHITS went into the day just 5-4 overall in summer action after splitting a pair of games Tuesday against Sneads and Seminole County (Ga.), with the Indians taking a 67-60 victory in the nightcap. But the Bulldogs righted the ship Wednesday despite again not having 6-foot-5 junior Trey


Clemmons and playing without top scorer Herman Williams in a 46-36 win over Daleville. Williams came back for the final two contests, a 57-46 victory over Arnold followed by a 47-43 win over Paxton. "We had to work for it, especially with the last one," Marianna coach Travis Blanton said. "Paxton gave us some fits. They've got a good team and Arnold looks like they've improved a lot as well."
That makes it four wins in the last five outings for the Bulldogs, who also beat Sneads 68-26 in Tuesday's first game, a nice bounce back after a 2-3 stretch last week.


"Overall, I thought we played well (Wednesday) and played through some fatigue and rebounded a little better defensively," Blanton said. "Our .defense sort of got us. through it. We were missing some guys, but other guys stepped up and played well. Jaeden Harley did a nice job, Calvin Griffin did a nice job, Deontre Rhynes ... really, several guys did well." Marianna will finish out the week today with a trip to Cottondale High School to complete a stretch of seven games in three days. KRISTIE CLOUD / FLORIDAN The Bulldogs will play Herman Williams looks to score on a drive to Rutherford at 3 p.m. and the basket during Tuesday night's game against Dothan at 5 p.m. Seminole County (Ga.).


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
Cottonridale High School will play host to a stacked card of summer basketball games today starting at 1 p.m., with area powers such as Rutherford, Rickards, "Dothan, and Bainbridge (Ga.) joining Jackson County squads Marianna and the host Hornets for six games. The Hornets open up with Bainbridge at 1 p.m., followed by Rickards. vs. Dothan at 2 p.m., Marianna vs. Rutherford at 3 p.m., Rickards vs. Bainbridge at 4 p.m., Marianna vs. Dothan at 5 p.m., and Cottondale vs. Rutherford at 6 p.m. It's the third and final summer session at CHS and sports the most impressive collection of squads yet., "We've had some good teams coming in the last few weeks like Chipley, Dothan, and South Walton;, teams that have all made the playoffs the last few years in their classification: .This week we're dealing with the. same thing but at a higher. level," Cottondale coach Chris Obert said Wednes-. day. "These are s me of'


the best teams you can find in any area. I think all of these teams are very talented and wellcoached. It should be a good day of basketball, especially with some of the players that will be 'th ere." " . . ' '
The Hornets will be looking to build on their early summer success after taking wins over South Walton, Ponce de Leon and Bozeman, with their lone loss coming to Dothan.
But they'll have their hands full with a powerful pair of opponents in the Rams and Bearcats.
"When you're talking about Bainbridge and Rutherford, those are teams that are obviously very good and very talented and have a little more talent than us, but they're also very well-coached. All you can hope for is to see the kids compete and fight and show some heart and toughness and give themselves a chance.
"I just want to see us compete and improve, but it's going to be a learning process for us, L just hope we make sure

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For the second straight game, the Marianna Ozone All-Stars used a dramatic comeback to rally past the Malone All-Stars and take a 16-8 extra.inning win Tuesday night in the district tournament in Havana. BlayneHansford got the startingnod on the mound for Malone, with Marianna countering with Caleb Torbett, who fell victim to an error-plagued first inning that saw three unearned runs cross the plate. DylanPadgettled offforMalone and reached on a dropped third strike before the next two batters going down on strikes.
After another dropped third strike, Jarrod Southwell came through with a two-RBI double to put Malone up 2-0.
Joheim Jackson was hit by a pitch and an error at first allowed Colby Harrell to reach and for the third run to score before Torbett struck out his fifth batter to end the inning. Marianna answered with one run in the top ofthe secondinningwhenWilton Pittman led off with a single, stole second and third base, and scored on a Carey Griffin single. Malone increased the lead in the bottom of third with two runs, as Dylan Padget got things started with a lead-off walk followed by an RBI single by Jacob Dunaway. Trent Martin then joined the hit parade with a single and Martin and Dunaway each stole a base with Dunaway scoring on a passed ball to make it5-1.
Marianna's bats came alive in the fourth with Pittman again singling with one out before Jaxon Beach drove him in on a two-out single. Carey Griffin drew a walk and Ben Wiggins came through with a clutch two-out two-RBI single before being tagged out attempting to take second on the play to end the inning Pittman came on in relief in the fourth inning, but Malone added a run to make it 6-4.
In the top ofthe fifth, BradyDonaldson got things started with a lead-off walk, with Sterling Crumpler walking and Sam Wiggins driving in Donaldson on a sacrifice.
Malone added two in its half of the inning, with Dunaway leading off with a single and Martin reaching on a hard hit ball to shortstop to score Dunaway.
Southwell singled with one out and Jackson drew a walk to bring Harrell came up for a big 1B single to score Martin.ets
Marianna tied the game in the sixth inning thanks to an RBI single by Griffin and another sacrifice by Ben Wiggins to force extra innings. Malone went down in order in the last two innings and Marianna took advantage in the seventh by plating eight runs.
SPittman had two hits in the innings, with Beach, Ben' Wiggins, and Crumpier all'singling once, and Donaldson, Torbdtt, and Griffin al drawingwalks. Malone was eliminated with the loss, while Marianna was scheduled to face Blounstown on Wednesday night.


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Graceville wins two more at Poplar Springs


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Quajohn Andrews (right) battles for the rebound before sliding out of bounds in the game against Daleville (Ala.) Wednesday at Poplar Springs High School.


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
The Graceville Tigers added to their: stellar start to the summer season Tuesday afternoon at Poplar Springs, taking two more wins over Daleville (Ala)land Bethlehem to improve to 4-1 overall.
Graceville opened play at Poplar on Monday by going 2-1 with wins over Arnold and Houston Academy (Ala) and a loss to Northview (Ala.). Tuesday's action featured a slow start and an early 16-4 deficit to Daleville before Graceville fought back to tie it up in regulation and go on to win in overtime.
The Tigers next took on the Wildcats and won comfortably after leading by as much as 20 points, but they didn't get a third game due to a schedule change resulting from a late arrival by SouthWalton.
It wasn't as much work as the Tigers wanted, but coach Matt Anderson said he was pretty satisfied with what his crew got done in two games.


"We played pretty well. We're starting to show some signs of being a pretty good basketball team, especially considering that we're playing without two potential starters in AJ (Davis) and (Jared) Padgett," the coach said. "We're
playing about nine guys that are all givmg us some good minutes, so that's pretty encouraging."' Graceville was scheduled to play three more games Wednesday at Pop-' lar Springs against Rehobeth (Ala.), Houston County (Ala.), and GW Long (Ala.) before taking Thursday off and: practicing Friday- in anticipation of next week's trip to Panama City for the three-day event at Gulf Coast State.
The Tigers will play three games Monday and three more Tuesday before competing in a tournament at the collegeWednesday.
, In the past two years, Graceville stayed for just the first two days of games, though Anderson said he hopes this year's group will be able to' compete well enough to stay allthe


way through.
"Maybe this year with the way we're playing we can, maybe rot win the tournament, butatLeast godown there and compete," he said. "I know the competition level is better down there, but we've seen some pretty good teams so far. This summer has been totally different from last summer. They're all here and busting their tails every day and they're seeing the result of it."

Malone goes 3-0

The Malone Tigers also had a perfect day at Poplar Springs on Tuesday, rebounding from a 1-2 open, ing day Monday by taking wins over Houston Academy (Ala.) 61-45, Daleville (Ala.) 63-48, and Arnold 51-38;
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Trademark board rules against Redskins name


The Associated Press

WASHINGTON - The U.S, Patent Office ruled Wednesday that the Washington Redskins nickname is "disparaging of Native Americans" and that the team's federal trademarks for the name must be canceled.
The 2-1 ruling comes after a campaign to change the name gained momentum over the past year. The team doesn't immediately lose trademark protection and is allowed to retain it during an appeal, which is likely.
Redskins owner Dan Snyder has refused to change the team's name, citing tradition, but there has been growing pressure including statements in recent months from President Barack Obama, lawmakers of both parties and civil rights. groups.
The decision means that the team can continue to use the Redskins name, but it would lose a significant portion of its ability to protect the financial interests connected to its use. If others printed the name on sweatshirts, apparel, or other team material, it becomes more difficult to go after groups who use it without permission.
The case involves six registered trade-


THEASSOCIATED PRESS
The U.S. Patent Office ruled Wednesday that the Washington Redskins nickname is"disparaging of Native Americans" and that the team's trademarks for the name must be canceled. The ruling comes after a campaign to change the name has gained momentum over the past year.
marks that involve the use of the word sued in 1999. That ruling was overturned Redskins, but it does not apply to the in 2003 in large part on a technicality afteam's logo. ' ter the courts decided that the plaintiffs The decision by the Trademark Trial should have filed their complaint soon and.Appeal Board is'similar to one it is- after the Redskins registered their nick-


name in 1967.
The new case was launched in 2006 by a younger group of Native Americans, and was heard by the board in March of last year.
The group argued that the Redskins should lose their federal trademark protection based on a law that prohibits registered names that are disparaging, scandalous, contemptuous or disreputable. Suzan Shown Harjo, one of the plaintiffs who testified at last year's hearing, said she was "thrilled and delighted" with the decision. Snyder declined to speak to reporters as he walked off the practice field, but the team said it planned to.release a statement later in the day.
In Washington, lawmakers who have pushed for a name change applauded the decision. In May, half of the Senate wrote letters to the NFL urging the team to change its name.
"Daniel Snyder may be the last person in the world to realize this, but it's just a matter of time until he is forced to do the right thing and change the name," said Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who has said previously he will not attend home games until the team changes its name.


NJames says vacation first, then decision

James says; vacation first, then decision


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan (left) embraces Manu Ginobili (20) after Ginobili made a 3-poifer against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 6 of the Western Conference finals. Ginobli hopes that many of his aging teammates will return to the Spurs'roster next season.


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The Associated Press but 'I don't think next year," guard Tony Parker
SAN ANTONIO - Manu said of the team's run unGinobili had a simple mes- der the Big Three. "I think sage for his teammates everybody's going to come during an emotional team back." meeting Tuesday. Parker has non-guarLet's do this again. . anteed contract, but San With six potential free Antonio is highly unlikely agents headed by Tim to release its All-Star point Duncan, the message was guard. made clear - the Spurs The future for Mills, Bowould like everyone back ris Diaw, Matt Bonner and for a run at a sixth NBA Aron Baynes is less certain. championship. Mills, Diaw and Bonner "I'm pretty sure most of are unrestricted. free the team is going to come agents. back," Ginobili said. "I haven't sat down' with San Antonio met as a R.C. (Buford, Spurs gen-, group for the first time eral manager) and talked since beating Miami 104- about what we want to do, 87 on Sunday night to but one would think it's close out the NBA Finals in logical to not make major five games. Coach Gregg changes with the grotrup," Popovich used the meet- Popovichsaid. "Usuallywe ing to take one last playful don't make major changes dig at his players. anyway, so, I wouldn't an"He did show us a couple ticipate any."
of clips that we sucked at The Spurs made minor (in Game 5)," guard Patty changes following their Mills said, laughing. previous title in 2007. All the same, free agency Those under contract that begins July 1 could al- include Ginobili, Green, ter close-knit roster. Tiago Splitter, Marco Beli"Manu spoke to us," nelli.and finals MVP Kawhi Spurs guard Danny Green Leonard, who turns 23 on said. "He had some good June 29. things to say. We had a Diaw and Mills bothgreat season. He was re- said they have not had a ally emotional, he's proud chance to think about the of us. In a short amount future other than eagerly of words, (he said) 'Obvi- awaiting their first victory ously I had fun, I don't parade, which takes place know if you guys did, but I Wednesday night. ' had a good time. You guys "I had a great time. It's want to do it again?' Try a great situation," Diaw to put a little bug in their said. ears. Hopefully they come Mills is expected to reback." ceive the most attention Duncan has a player op- after going 5 for 8 on 3tion, but his teammates pointers while scoring expect him back and 17 points in 18 minutes the 38-year-old forward Sunday. did not give any indica- The 5-foot-11 guard also tions otherwise through- pestered Miami's Dwyane out ,another resurgent Wade defensively espeseason. cially in the series-clinch_ "It will come to an end, ing victory.


The Associated Press

MIAMI - LeBron James is leaving.
For a family vacation, that is.
The Miami Heat star said that's his first order of business, and during the time away from basketball he'll start the process of moving past this season and looking toward the future.
"I just want to win. That's all that matters to me," James said Tuesday after emerging from the final team meeting, one where coach Erik Spoelstra urged his team take plenty of pride from the season, even though the end result was an NBA Finals loss, to San Antonio. "I haven't even begun to even think about what my future holds or what I have in store. I will sit down with my team at


some point, my family as well. Today definitely wasn't the day. "If my family is happy, then I'm happy and'able to perform at a high level." SIf so, then they've been happy duringhis first four years in Miami: James has been to the NBA Finals all four seasons in which he's played for the Heat, capturing two championships, and no one in the league over that span has logged more minutes, made more field goals or won more games than the four-time MVP. And now he could leave. James, Dwyane Wade and-Chris Bosh can all become free agents, though none have made decisions on whether they'll opt out. They came together amid much fanfare in 2010, and this summer might be similar in many ways for that trio, the Heat and the


NBA as a whole - with all eyes on what they'll do. "I feel more at ease this time," James said, adding that "2010, it was out of control. It was the craziest summer I've ever been a part of. ... I'm definitely in a better place right now even though in 2010 I got put out in the postseason earlier than I expected or didn't accomplish what I wanted to, and I have kind of the same feeling now." James said that at some point, he, Wade and Bosh will gather to talk about their plans.Theyhaveuntil June 29 to inform the Heat whether they will exercise their rights to beconime free agents - moves that; in all three cases would not prohibit them from returning to Miami. Bosh revealed Tulesday that the group will meet with Heat president Pat Riley as well, to get the team's vision for


what next season's roster would look like. "I'm sure Riley has a finite plan moving forward," Bosh said. "I guess it kinds of really starts with him, just listening to him, kind of get his feel for the situation. He'll plug 'em wherever something is needed."
The basketball court was still in place inside Miami's arena on Tuesday, but there will be no game there until next season. Game 6 of the NBA Finals would have been Tuesday night and for the first time since 2011, the Heat were saying goodbyes to one another without the backdrop of a championship parade.
"There's not a whole lot you can say that's going to alleviate some of the pain and frustration that we're all feeling right, now," Spoelstra said.


Tennis

Djokovic, Serena seeded No. 1 for Winbledon


The Associated Press

LONDON - Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams were seeded No. 1 . for Wimbledon on Wednesday while defending champion Andy Murray moved up two spots above his ranking to the third seed.
Djokovic, the 2011 Wimbledon champion, was ranked No. 2 but was given the top seeding by the All England Club ahead of top-ranked Rafael Nadal. Nadal, a two-time Wimbledon champion who is coming off his ninth French Open title, was seeded No. 2 for the grasscourt Grand Slam, which starts on Monday. Murray last year became the first British player to win the Wimbledon men's title since 1936. The women's seedings stuck to the WTA rankings. Five-time champion Williams has the top spot, followed by Li Na, French. Open runner-up Simona Halep, Agnieszka Radwan-


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Cottondale is one of the younger teams in the area with only one senior on the roster in guard Tre Lee, but early returns have been posi-tive thanks to the play of junior backcourt Kadeem Webb and Tristan Braxton and the emergence of sophomore center Keyshawn


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Novak Djokovic was given the No. 1 seeding Wednesday by the All England Club, moving up from his No. 2 ranking. The women's seedings stuck to the WTA rankings, with Serena Williamsat No. 1


ska and Maria Sharapova. Sharapova, who won her first Grand Slam title at Wimnbledon 10 years ago, is coming off her second French Open championship.Williams was upset in the second round there. SSharapova is considered Williams' top challenger, despite her No. 5 seeding. They could end up on the


same side of the draw. Seven-tinie champion Roger Federer has the No..4 spot, while Australian Open winner Stan Wawrinka moved down


two spots from his ranking to the fifth seed. Tomas Beidyth, David Ferrer, Milos Raonic, John Isner. and Kei -Nishikori round out the top 10.


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"We've been playing pretty well. I've been pleased with the effort and our progress as far as how we've been coming along," Obert said. "We're very young and inexperienced and we're small also, but they've been playing hard and playing tough. Of course (today's games) will take another level of effort to compete. We have to turn it up a notch just to compete with these teams, so we'll see how that goes."


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Brazil's Neymar wins a header during a group A World Cup match between Brazil and Mexico Tuesday. Despite drawing 0-0 against Mexico, Brazil continues to see improvement from its players.


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Netherlands' Georginio Wijnaldum (left) grapples with Australia's Oliver Bozanic during a group B World Cup match between Wednesday. The Netherlands defeated Australia 3-2.


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PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil
- The Netherlands had to work much harder for victory over the World Cup's lowest-ranked tean than it did against the defending world and European champion. A goalkeeping blunder by Maty Ryan handed substitute Memphis Depay his first international goal and the Netherlands the winner Wednesday after a spirited Australia had brought the Dutch back


down to earth with a bump following their 5-1 thrashing of Spain in their Group B opener.
"In a tournament you can't play every game fantastically from beginning to end," striker Robin van Persie said. Arjen Robben opened the scoring with a break-away goal before Tim Cahill's stunning volley brought the sides level just a minute later. Mile Jedinak then converted a 54th minute penalty and Van Persie equalized with his third


goal of the tournament four minutes after that. Depay's speculative longrange shot beat Ryan in the 68th to give the Dutch a 3-2 victory.
Chile's 2-0 win over Spainlater in the evening was enough to guarantee the Netherlands a spot in the round of 16. The Dutch will play Chile in Sao Paulo on Monday to decide the Group B winner as defending champion Spain made an early exit. It was a tactical change by


coach Louis van Gaal that may have helped turn the game for the Dutch, who gave away the ball too often in the first half under pressure from Australia.
After starting with the same 5-3-2 formationthattore apart Spain, Van Gaal switched to the traditional Dutch system of 4-3-3 at half time - a change forced on him in part by an injury to Bruno Martins Indi and in part to switch the way his players were approaching the match.


Cahill scores wonder goal, then gets carded


The Associated Press

PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil
- Tim Cahill's stunning volley in the 21st minute made it two goals in two games at the World Cup for Australia's talisman. His yellow card just before half time for a cluttering Cahill tackle on a Dutch defender ensured itwas also more than likely his last. Australia lost 3-


2 to the Netherlands, which had opened its campaign with a 5-1 rout of defending champion Spain. Cahill picked up a yellow in Australia's opening 3-1 loss to Chile, and the booking against Netherlands automatically ruled him out of the Socceroos' last group game against Spain. Both Spain and Australia already are out of contention.
The 34-year-old Cahill said he had no regrets about the way he played in his third trip


to football's marquee tournament, adding: "I'm very proud this is my last World Cup - As a nation we have earned the respect of the world today."
He is expected to playin the Asian Cup on home soil next January, but 2018 is probably too far off for the New York Red Bulls star to prolong his international career. Cahill, who played for Millwall and Everton in a long career in the English leagues, has long had the knack of scoring just when his team-


mates needed a goal. He did it against Japan in 2006 in his first World Cup game, and he did it again last week against Chile, becoming part of a select group of international footballers to score in three consecutive World Cups.
On Wednesday, just seconds after Australia fell behind 1-0 down, he ran onto to a looping pass from Ryan McGowan, before blasting home a perfectly-timed volley on his weaker left foot from about 11 yards out.


Lampard grows as playing role diminishes


The Associated Press

RIO DE JANEIRO - Frank Larnpard's place in World Cup historywas assured even before arriving in Brazil. As the player whose disallowed goal in South Africa four years ago compelled FIFA to reverse its opposition to goal-line technology, the England midfielder's impact on the World Cup potentially will outshine some of the great scorers.


Lampard, who will turn 36 no illusions and playing at David Beckham's record for on Friday, is unlikely to make club level I've not played ev- an outfield player - Lamsuch an impression on this ery game in the last couple of pard is a leading figure in the year's tournament. He had to seasons, but I think you just dressing room, and already watch from the bench as Eng- adapt. seems to be preparing for the land openedwitha2-1loss to "When you're part of the transition like Gary Neville Italy on Saturday and would squad you help other players from the squad to the coachnot expect to start against around you, train well and ing staff. Uruguay on Thursday. try and set an example and Consulting players is an im"I want to play obviously, add your voice to meetings in portant tool of management, but I'm aware that you aren't the dressing room. If you're according to Lampard, who always going to start and I called upon you have to be may have been released by will be turning 36 at the end ready to play at your best." Chelsea after scoring a club of the week," the England After making 105 England record 211 goals but is not vice-captain said. "I'm under appearances - 10 short of ready to retire from playing.


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The Associated Press

FORTALEZA, Brazil - Luiz Felipe Scolari and his Brazil squad tried to focus on the positives after a disappointing draw against Mexico in its second World Cup match. Although Brazil couldn't manage to score, the veteran coach and his players believe they sawimprovement from the opening match, and remain on track for a successful home tournament. Brazil was outplayed through parts of the match against Mexico on Tuesday, when it was held to a 0-0 draw in the northeastern city of Fortaleza. Scolari said he thought Brazil played better than in the 3-1 win over Croatia in the opener. He and the players also attributed the draw to a fabulous performance by Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa, who made four outstanding saves to keep the match scoreless. "The result wasn't what we wanted, but I'm happy with the improvement that I saw from my team," Scolari said. "The team played better than it did against Croatia, I think it improved about 10 percent from that match. "I was pretty happy with what I saw on the pitch. We have the tendency to think that other teams are not good, but Mexico is good, and they played well just as we did." The players gave a similar line when they left the locker room on Tuesday. "Despite the result, we improved as a team," left back Dani Alves said. "Sometimes the score doesn't reflect how the match was played. It's a difficult tournament and you have to play better match after match and I think that's what happened. We are pleased with our performance." Neymar added: "Of course we wanted the victory, but in reality the draw wasn't a bad result." Brazilian media wasn't so ready to downplay the draw.
"Brazil frustrate fans," read a headline on the website of the O Globo newspaper. The Folha de S. Paulo daily, .Brazil's largest, added: "Brazil plays poorly and stops on Mexico's defense."
Brazil had won 16 of its previous 17 matches coming into Fortaleza. The only time Scolari's team hadn't won was in a 1-0 defeat against Switzerland after last year's Confederations Cup, the warm-up tournament it won. "We created enough chances to win the match but their goalkeeper made the saves," midfielder Oscar said. "At least we didn't lose. Mexico is a good team. We knew that it was going to be difficult."
Brazil's last Group A match is against Cameroon in Brasilia on Monday. The five-time world champion leads the group on goal difference. Croatia and Cameroon were playing their second matches on Wednesday after opening losses.


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- You will not get a lot of cooperation today. Be prepared to do as much as you can on your own, without worrying about what others are up to.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)
- You will get along well with others today. Share your hopes and dreams to elicit some interesting suggestions. This would be an ideal time for a getaway. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Money matters appear favorable. Financial aid will appear from an unexpected source. An intriguing offer will lay the groundwork for a change of direction. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
- Resist the inclination to give up when faced with an obstacle. Don't let stubbornness lead to a missed opportunity. You will discover that thifigs aren't as difficult as you thought. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)
- Don't get flustered by the changes taking place lately. Things will calm down in good time. Ride out the storm and show maturity and leadership. After all, the situation is only temporary SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -You will be rewarded for your hard work. Your skills and common sense are valuable qualities, so make sure you are available to attend as many career functions or get-togethers as possible. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23Dec. 21) - Family members are relying on you to help out around the home. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - Get in touth with someone you havent seen in a long time. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) - If your routine has become too predictable, try doing something new. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) - Bring your feelings out into the open. ARIES (March 21-April 19) - Don't reveal a piece of information that was given to you in confidence. It's time to update your filing system.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - Do your best to be a successful advocate for a worthy cause.'


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Dear Annie: I believe my husband is having an emotional affair with his employee "Tina." All the signs are there. My husband's office phone accidentally dialed me while he was talking with Tina at work, and I overheard their conversation. He called her terms of love. I started snooping and discovered that they text each other hundreds of times a month. He lets her know when I'm away from the house so she can call him directly. Tina is the first person he calls on his way to work and the last person he calls on his way home. It used to be me.
We've been married for 18 months, but we are not kids. We are in our 50s. I'm stunned by .his behavior. When I confronted him, he said he isn't doing anything wrong because nothing physical has happened between them. Since then, he's become more secretive and won't discuss it at all.
I am so saddened by this. He is giving


to Tina a part of him that is meant for me, his wife. I am going to therapy, and that helps. But I have reached the point where I no longer have the feelings of love for my husband that I used to. I'm upset with him all of the time. Tell your readers that an emotional affair is just as damaging as a physical one - maybe more so.
- HEART OF STONE Dear Heart: Some partners mistakenly believe that if there is no sex, there is no affair. But giving your emotions, your heart, your innermost thoughts to someone other than your spouse is also cheating. It creates a bond with a third party, allowing that person into your marriage. We are glad you are getting counseling, but if your husband does not understand the damage he is doing and makes no effort to change it, we worry that your marriage will not survive. (You also might point out that he is putting his career in jeopardy by becoming involved with a subordinate.)


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Willie Tyler, a ventriloquist, comedian and actor, said, "The reason lightning doesn't strike twice in the same place is that the same place isn't there the second time."
How does this segue into a bridge deal? With difficulty! South is in four hearts. West leads the diamond ace. What ought to happen after that? North responded with the Jacoby Forcing Raise, showing four or more hearts, game-forcing values and, usually, no singleton or void (because with a short suit, North would have made a splinter bid). South rebid four hearts to indicate a minimum opening bid with no singleton or void.
At 999 tables out of 1,000, East would signal with his diamond nine under partner's ace, starting a high-low with a doubleton. West would then cash the diamond king and give his partner a diamond ruff. Whatever East does next, though, South wins, draws trumps and claims 10 tricks: one spade, five hearts and four clubs. However, East should realize that he does not need a ruff to gain a trump trick. So he should not advertise his doubleton. Instead, he should play his diamond four at trick one.
Then the spotlight falls on West. If East


has just played a singleton, it would probably be right to continue diamonds. But if South has four diamonds, he would have exactly 2-5-4-2 distribution, which is unlikely. Instead, West should think about shifting. And given the dummy, a spade looks better than a club. Note that this is the only way to defeat the contract, the defenders then taking one spade, one heart and two diamonds.


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RV Bounder 1997 38ft. new tires and updated parts, very clean, slideouts. Q-sz. bed, roll out awning, lots of storage, approx. 15,000 miles $19,500. OBO 334-648-1325.


Log Cabin 2006 Park Model, 12x42 with D-logs and red tin roof, located at Lake Eafuala, must be moved, fully furnished, 1 ton AC. $23,900. OBO. Call 850-712-2680

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Ford 1973 LTD Brougham.
All original, 77,000 actual miles, 429 V8, 4 bbl, C-6 auto, 2-dr hdt Classic. $8,900. 334-393-9669
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1999 GMC SIERRA SLE-SWB, Single Cab, Step Side (Completely new design) White with Blue Interior, 4.3 V6, Auto. OD, Power Seats, Both Sides, Windows, Mirrors , Cold AC. Perfect Body, Paint, Interior, Owner manual, One Owner from AL, Must See and Drive, Owner Dothan, $5995. 334-671-3059 BMW 2008 5351: silver with black leather interior, 4 door, fully loaded, twin turbo, cold weather package, sunroof, naviagation, new tires, 52k miles - mostly highway, good condition. Sporty! $23,500. OBO Call 334-618-2145
Chevrolet 2010 Impala LS By owner. V6 w/FlexFuel. 33,200 mi. White w/tan leather interior. Luxury pkg. Rear spoiler. Dual electric heated front seats. Front & side air bags. Bose stereo sys. w/single-disc MP3 player & Bluetooth. Exc.
condition. $14,000. 334-699-5458; 334-545-4501.
Chewolet 2011 Cruze LT: blue with gray interior, 35k miles, fully loaded, tinted window, great gas mileage, one onwer, great condition $14,500 OBO. Call or Txt 334-405-6229
Chrysler 2005 Crossfire, Red Convertible, 23k miles, garage kept, auto, fully loaded, $16,500 334687-6779
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2.4 liter engine. 94,000 Smiles. Very good condition and very clean. Cold air, power windows & locks, cruise control, AM/FM CD, tilt steering, removable rear seats offer extra cargo storage. $6,700. Local vehicle. Must see. Call 334-702-0850 Corvette 2003 Convertible silver / black / gray, exc. cond. full power, call for extras $19,500. 334-379-8632.
Ford 2002 Taurus SLE sun roof, spoiler, prem. new tires, complete new brake job. fully equipt, like new, dealership maintained, $5200. FIRM 334-774-3582. Ford 2005 Taurus SEL, leather and sun roof (fully loaded) $2,700 or best offer! For more information call 850-209-9593.


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Mazda 2009 RX8: One owner. Red, automatic. only 41k miles. Very good condition. $12,700 Call 334-393-1440
Mercedes 2003 Benz 5500:
132K miles. Fully Loaded. Sunroof, all leather seats, custom wheels and tires. $10,995. 334-424-1312 Mercury 2004 Grand Marquis LS: low mileage only 33k miles, leather interior, excellent condition. Call 334-699-3782 for price. Mitsubishi 2004 Eclipse 124K'miles, automatic, sunroof, new tires $5200. FIRM 334-596-9966.
Nissan 2000 Altima GXE 4 cyL automatic, all power, alum. wheels, new tires, 105K miles $4,500 OBO. 334-797-7420.
~ Toyota 2003 Celica GT:
Black. Black/gray interior. Automatic transmission, 4 cyl. 74,000 miles. Good gas mileage, 28-35 mpg. In great shape and no mechanical problems. $8,500. 334-648-3152
Toyota 2006 Tundra SRS
for sale by owner. TRD package with matching camper shell on bed. 2WD V-8 with excellent towing power. One-owner and well-mainained truck. Only 98,000 miles in like new condition. Asking $13,500. Call 334-494-0837 or 334-348-9293.
VW EOS convertible 2010 , 67K miles, fully loaded, light blue in color $16,000. 334-596-2692.


2005 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic. Red. One owner.
Excellent condition. 33,500 miles, helmet and cover incl. $11,500. 334-596-7328. 2011 Harley Davidson Super Glide Custom cool blue pearl & vivid black, garage kept, 11K mi. Driving lights, passenger back rest,
luggage rack, quick release windshield, anit-theft system with /pager, cruise pegs, oil
pressure gauge, dust cover included
. $12,500 334-598-0061 Absolutely Original!!
2012 Kawasaki Concours 14. Bike has 1690 miles, original owner, all maintenance/ inspections up to date. Two aftermarket parts, first being a larger windscreen for a quieter ride, second a tipover protection assembly called a Canyon Cage. Plus OEM add-ons, a tank protection system, a color coordinated 47L top trunk. This bike was part of a 3 bike deal and never meant to keep it. Has an Transferrable 72 month warranty thru the GTPP (Good Times Protection Plan) that has a Service Refund Contract attached. Look on ebay for pictures. Bike listed/located in Enterprise, AL. I hold the title. $11,599. Call 334-876-7154


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Suzuki 2007 M1O9R special edition, low miles 25K, metalic blue, exc. cond. $8900. OBO 334-379-8632.


ACURA 2003 MDX, Touring edition fully loaded with all wheel drive, drop down DVD and Trailer towing package. execellent cond $8500 334-688-5156 Chevorlet 2008 Equinox, black, exc. cond, Power windows & locks. V6, Alum. wheels, 1-owner. 72K miles, $11,500. 334-792-0567.
Jeep 2009 Wrangler 2-dr. unlimited edition, 4x4, lift kit, towing pack. white w/ black hard top. Exc. Cond. $18,500. 850-524-1712 or 850-491-2717
Jeep Wrangler 2004 Sport , silver, soft top, auto'matic, new tires, AC, garage kept,.88,250 miles, exc. cond. $13,000 FIRM 334-596-3318.
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Chevy 1996 Silverado 4x4 , 215K miles, runs like new & looks like new, very well maintained $3600. 334-585-0271. Ford 1998 Lariet 150 king cab, 302, sliding back window, stero/CD 198K miles, $1500. OBO 334-796-5015
GMC 1995 1500 Vortec V-6, 100K miles, cool AC great condition, $3495. 850-557-2523.


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LF160101 Notice to Construction Manager
The School Board of Jackson County, Florida announces that CM-At Risk services will be required for the project listed below:

New Kindergarten - Eighth Grade School (Jackson K-8) located in Marianna, FL

The project can be described as a new construction project which will include site development and construction of a new K-8School approximately 395,956 square feet.

The total project budget is estimated by the Department of Education at approximately $73,000,000.00 including design fees, total project commissioning, furnishings and equipment, demolition, and contingencies. Construction shall be from a start date of approximately August, 2015.
The contract for construction management services will consist of two phase, limited preconstruction and construction. Preconstruction services will begin at the Advanced Schematic Design phase and may include production of cost studies and estimates, value engineering analysis of the design documents for constructability, coordination, detailing, materials. and systems, development and maintenance of the construction schedule, production of detailed job site management plans, development of strategies for the procurement of trade contracts, and development of a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) proposal based on 100% Construction Documents. If the GMP proposal is accepted and executed, the construction phase will be implemented. In this phase, the construction manager becomes the single point of responsibility for performance of the construction of the project and shall publicly bid trade contracts. Failure to negotiate an acceptable fixed fee for phase one of the contract or failure to arrive at an acceptable GMP budget within the time provided in the agreement may result in the termination of the construction manager's contract.

The CM -At-Risk select=on process for this project will be a two step process. The first step will be the submittal of the written proposals as outlined below and the subsequent evaluation and ranking of the proposals by the selections committee. The second step of the selection process will be oral presentations and interviews with the selection committee by 3 to 5 of the top ranked firms based on evaluation and ranking of the written proposals. Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of their past performances, experience, personnel, references, bonding capacity, workload, and resbonses to questions posed both in the shortlist and interview phases. The Selection Committee may reject all proposals and stop the selection process at any time.

Joint Venture Proposals will not be considered.

Applicants desiring to provide construction management services for the project shall submit six (6) proposals and a PDF copy after thoroughly renewing the Construction Managemerit Qalifications Supplement and the schematic design documents (available upon written request from the office of the Architect). The proposal shall be prepared as specified in the CMQS instruction and shall include:

* A Letter of Application that concisely illustrates the applicants understanding of the scope of services, schedule, and other goals and considerations as outlined in the Project Fact Sheet and facilities program.
a*mpatnioformation an signed certificati6'
* Resumes and other pertinent credentials for all proposed staff.
* Experience and references
* Proof of the applicant's corporate status in Florida (if applicable) and a copy of the applicant's current contracting license from the appropriate governing board.
* Proof of applicant's bonding capacity.
* Aiy evidence of claims resolution and list of all pending litigation and claims within past five (5);years
* Complete AIA form A305

If the applicant is a corporation, it must be chartered by the Florida Department of State to operate in Florida. As required by Section 287.133, Florida Statutes, an applicant may not submit a proposal for this project if it is on the convicted vendor list for a public entity crime committed with the past 36 months. The selected construction manager must warrant that it will neither utilize the services of, not contract with any supplier, subcontractor, or consultant in excess of $15,000.00 in connection with this project for a period of 36 months form the date of their being placed on the convicted vendor list.

All questions or requests for additional information must be submitted in writing addressed and sent to project architect, Paul Donofro, Jr. with Donofro Architects at PO Box 861 Marianna, Florida 32447 or via email at karenbking@ embarqmail.conm.

Incomplete proposals will be disqualified. Submittal materials will not be returned.

Finalist may be provided with supplemental interview requirements and criteria as needed. Submittals must be received by June 26, 2014, 4:00 p.m. CDT. Facsimile (FAX) submittals are not acceptable and will not be considered.


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CATCHING UP )) Last week: Jimmie Johnson won at Michigan International Speedway for his third victory in the past four races.


DRIVER STANDINGS' After 15 of 36 races
Driver Points Wins
1. Jimmie Johnson -15 3 2. Dale Earnhardt Jr. -23 2 3. Joey Logano -83 2 4. Kevin Harvick -90 2 5. Jeff Gordon 537 1 6. - Brad Keseowski -47 1 7. Carl Edwards -75 1 8. Kyle Busch -91 1 9. Denny Hamlin -102 1 10. Kurt Busch -222 1 11. Matt Kenseth -24 12. Kyle Larson , -83 S13. Ryan Newman -97 14. Paul Menard -117 15. Clint Bowyer -120 16. Greg Biffle '-128
* Chase for the Sprint Cup cutoff * 17. Tony Stewart -135 18. Austin Dillon -137 19. Brian Vickers ' -143 " 20. KaseyKahne . -146
*These driver standings reflect the new Chase qualifying points format, which ranks wirisfirstfollowed by total points This sh qwsti 16 driverswho would maketh Chase if the posteason started today and the drivers on the bubble.'


THISWEEK
Gardner Denver 200
site: Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
))Schedule: Friday, practice; Saturday qualifying (ESPN2, 11:30 a.rhm. to1p.m.), race, 2:45 p.m. (ABC, 2:30 to 6 p.m.) a Track: Road America (road course
4.04&miles)
n Race distance: 202.4 miles,50 laps, S Lastyear: AJAiliendihger won for owner Roger Penske, holding off Justin Allgaier on the second attempt at a green-White-checkered finish. L Last weel k SPrint Cup" driver PaulMenard won at Michigan.
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DRIVER STANDINGS
Afterl3of33races .


SDriver
1. Regan Smith ' 2, Elliott Sadler 3. Chase Elliott
4 Ty Dillon,
5. Trevor Bayne
6. Brian Scott
7. BrendanGaughan 8 Chrins Buescher 9. James Buescher 10 Ryan Reed


A LOOK AT THE TOP DRIVERS WITH 11 RACES REMAINING UNTIL THE CHASE
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JMMIE JOHNSON
NO. 48 * CHEVROLET * 1st IN DRIVER STANDINGS * 3WINS

The best cure forSix-time's problemswas returning to tracks hetypically dominates, Charlotte? He made everyone look slow and won
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DALE EARNHARDT JR.
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SPRNTHISWEEEN


TOYOTA/SAVE MART 350
SONO RACF, WAY A 3 P.M. SUNDAY * TNMT a Site: Sohmai,California ,
a Schedule:i Fridlay; practice (Fox Sports 1, 3 to 5 p.m, 6030 to 8 p.m.); Satiurday,,qualifying (Fox Sports 1,1:30 to 3p.m.);Sunday, race, 3p.m. (TNT, 2 to 6:30 p.m.) , Track stats SRace distanaoe 218.9 miles,110 laps Type: Road course a Last year Martini Truex Jr.snapped a 218-race winless, Size: 1.99 miles streakto give Mifhael Waltrip Racing its second straight Turns: 12 victory at thetrack. Clint Boyr won in 2012: a Fast , tac Rae wiiners gfirtprioiyfo lthe 16-driver Chase for thePNASCA Sprint Cp as lon asi yare in thes6 Watkins Glen. Tony Stewart has seven road-course victories, top 30 in the standingsa.id attemthpted t qualify for every two at Sonoma and five at Watkins Glen. .race. Jeff Gordon leads in points. ... Gordon has a Cup- 9 Next race: Quaker State 400, June 28, Kentucky Speedrecord nine road-course wins, five at Sonoma and four at way, Sparta; Kentucky


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LEADERS
LAPSED LEADERS . Through June 15
1. Jimmie Johnson ................1,007
2. Kevin Harvick...................... 859
3. Brad Keselowski ................ 507
' " 4.Joey Logano ......................... 476
A 5. Matt Kenseth....................... 323
6. Jeff Gordon .................. 304
7. Kyle Busch ........................... 264
8. Dale Earnhardt Jr.................202
9. Carl Edwards....................104
,10. Tony Stewart ....................... 99
ROOKIE STANDINGS
1. Kyle Larson ............... 171
2 Austin Dillon............... 145
3. Justin AIigaler......................114
4. Michael Annett .......103
Cole Whitt .................... 103


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