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Disturbance call results in two arrests


From staff report
A Marianna couple faces charges re-
sultingfromtheir encounterwith police
who responded to a report of a verbal
disturbance at their home on Sunday.
. Joel Timothy Toole, 56, is charged in
the case with aggravated assault on a
law enforcement officer with a deadly


weapon, and with resisting arrest with-
outviolence. Donna PaulineToole, 44, is
charged with resisting without violence
inan obstruction of justice action.
Officers were called to theToole home
around 5:30 p.m. that day and deter-
mined that the disturbance revolved
around the care and custody of a child.
Marianna police report that both "were


extremely intoxicated and would not
cooperate with officers."
While officers were standing in the
doorway talking with the couple, Mrs.
Toole tried to shut the door on one of
tie officers, according to a police de-
partment release. As the officer pushed
See ARRESTS, Page 7A


BOOK FAIR BLASTS OFF


marion Johnson (left) and Pious Reed compare and contrast the awesomeness of rep-
tiles and motorcycles as they look over the offerings at the Golson Elementary School
,Book Fair, Monday in Marianna. They had a wide variety of things to look over. The
school's 783 students will be able to pick from books ranging from easy to hard, with subjects
ranging from cooking and crafts to captains in their underpants, as well as ninja meerkats,
chupacabras and vampire sisters. Media Specialist Catherine Conner said the fair is a fundraiser
tq purchase new books and materials for the school's media center. The fair will be open for
students from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily through Thursday, and 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Friday.
There will be a parent's night today from 5 to 7 p.m. and on Wednesday it will be open until
3:30 p.m.



Birds, banners and more on agenda for TDC


From Staff Report
Jackson County Tourist
Development Council Direc-
tor, Pam Fuqua will have sev-
eral pieces of business for the
Jackson County Commission.
to consider at tonight's regu-
lar end-of-the-month board
session.
For instance, she wants
to spend $750 to promote
the county in Bird Watch-
ers Digest magazine for sev-
eral issues, beginning with
the November/December
publication and running
through the September/Oc-
tober issue of 2014.
Puqua also wants to ad-
vertise in the USA Today
travel magazine, Go Escape,
for $3,500. This promotional
item would be in an issue
that hits nationalnewsstands
on Dec. 3.
The TDC also is asking
the county's approval to
give Chipola College $4,000
to help put on the school's
traditional Dec. 6-7 Pan-
handle Classic basketball
tournament.
And Fuqua also wants
to spend $868 on banners


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A great egret strides through a flooded woodland area Monday #t Florida Caverns State Park,
Tourist Development Council Director Pam Fuqua wants to bring attention to the county's feathered
inhabitants by advertising in Bird Watcher's Digest.


to promote the newly de-
scribed Spanish Heritage
Trail in Jackson County. The
money would buy. 16 ban-
ner flags to be placed on
light poles along U.S. 90
from' Madison Parkin Mari-


anna to the Chipola River
bridge at the edge of town.
The city would install the
banners.
Fuqua has one more
request for the board
tonight; she'll be asking


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commissioners to reappoint
two TDC board members,
Chris Hawthorne and Kenny
Stephens, who is the county
commissioner who repre-
sents the county's governing
body on the advisoryTDC.
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Electric


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issues


scam alert

From stafft report
Gulf Power says scam artists are target-
ing its customers in a scheme to obtain vital
personal information. The company says
someone pretending to be a utility company
employee is calling residents and businesses
across its Northwest Florida coverage area.
The scammer is telling would-be victims that
their electric bill is past due and that to avoid
See ALERT, Page 7A


Man accused

of bank fraud
Marianna SunTrust branch
was one alleged victim in case
From staff report
A Panamma City man is accused of defraud-
ing SunTrust Bank of more than $3,800. Ac-
cording to the arrest warrant against the sus-
pect, the branch bank in Jackson County and
two more SunTrust branches in the region
were victimized.
SAuthorities allege that Keith Alen iBarnes,
35, knowingly deposited two fraudulent
checks into his SunTrust checking account
and then withdrew the funds before the
checks could be returned as fraudulent. He
is charged in the case with two counts'of
See FRAUD, Page 7A


One injured

in ATV wreck
From staff report
A Chipley man was critically injured Sun-
day when he lost control of the ATV he was
driving, hit a mailbox and was thrown from
the vehicle.
Robert Strukel, 28, was northbound on
County Road 273 in Washington County
around 8:30 p.m. when he travelled onto the
shoulder of the road while trying to navigate
a curve. This caused him to lose control of
the Yamaha ATV It collided with a mailbox
and post at 3396 Orange Hill Rd., then start-
ed spinning. The ATV overturned, ejecting
Strukel. He was taken to Bay Medical Center
with critical injuries.
He did not have a passenger.


Sexual battery

trial to begin
From staff report
The trial of a Cottondale man accused of
sexual battery and attempted sexual battery
begins today in Jackson County.
Justin Jay Adkins, 40, was charged with
those offenses in relation to an incident in
July2012.
According to the complaint filed against
him, Adkins is accused of touchingtwo young
women inappropriately. According to the
See TRIAL., Page 7A


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Community Calendar."


/ TODAY
) Marianna City Farmer's Market 7 a.m.-noon
at Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh
fruits and vegetables.grown by local farmers.
Scholastic Book Fair 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily
Aug. 26-30 at Frank M. Golson Elementary School i
Mariarnna.Tuesday: Family & Friends Night: 57 p.m
Hands Across the Border 10 a.m. EDT/9
a.m. CDT at Bainbridge State College KirbioCenter,
Bainbridge. Ga. Law enforcement from the tri-state
area meet and pledge to work together this holiday
weekend to ensure drivers are maintaining safe
. speeds, not drinking and driving, and using their
safety belts. Guest speakers Jackson County Sheril
Lou Roberts and Maj. Mark Welch of the Florida
Highway Patrol.


fruits and vegetables grown by local farmers.
n Scholastic Book Fair 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily
; Aug. 26-30 at Frank M. Golson Elementary School
in Marianna.
' )) St. Anne Thrift Store Hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
n Tuesday and Thursdays at 4285 Second Ave..
. Marianna. Summer clothing and household goods
in stock. Call 482-3734.
) Chipola Civic Club Meeting-noon at The Oaks
Restaurant. Highway 90 in Marianna. The CCC's
focus is the local community, "Community. Children
& Character." Call 526-3142.
)) Job Club noon-3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career
H Training Center. 4742 Highway 90. Marianna. Learn
job-seeking/retention skills: get job search assis-
tance. Call 526-0139.


of Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation. Call
* 526-4561 or 272-6611. ,
)) St. Paul High School Reunion 6 p.m. at
Graceville Civic Center. Theme "As We Were." Prizes
for best 'O50s. '60s or '70s attire. Reunion Aug. 30-
Sept. 1. Cost:,$60. Call 526-0342 or 263-6695.
)) Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
SCenter, 2645 PebblefHillRoad in Marianna. Adult,
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and'
hangups." Dinner 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
S209-7856. 573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United MIhodist
Church. 2901 Caledonia St. in Maria .
SATURDAY, AUG. 31


SSt. Anne Thrift Store Hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ))'Free Employability Workshop: Coping with ) Marianna City Farmers Market a.m. noon
Tuesday and Thursdays at 4285 Second Ave.. Unemployment 2:30 p.m. at the One Stop at Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purc ase fresh
Marianna. Summer clothing and household goods Career Center in Marianna. Visit EmployFlorida.com fruits and vegetables grown by local fa-mers.
in stock. Call 482-3734. to register. )) St. Paul High School Reunion -10JO a.m.-2 0.m
)) Orientation noon-3 p.m. at Goodwill Career ))Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group and 7 p.m.- at Graceville Civic Center. Reunion Aug.
Training Center, 4742 Hignway 90, Marianna. Learn 5:30 p.m at Jacl'sorn Hcospital'Cafeteria Board 30-Sept. 1. Cost $60. Call 526-0342 or 263-6695.
about and register for free services. Call 526-0139. Room. Free to attend. Curriculum developed by ex- Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30-
A Sewing Circle -1 p.m: at Jackson County Sernior shi1okers for those who want to become e-srnokers 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Citizens Center. 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. -, themselves. Call 482-6500. .Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Call482-5028. ,. | Town of Grand Ridge Budget Workshop 6 .
,`Free Employability Workshop: Job SearchEti- p.m. at Town Hall. Public welcome. Call 592-4621. SUNDAY SEPT.1
quette-2:30 p.m. at the One Stop Career Center )) Art Opening: "After the Fly Loft" 6 p.m. in St. PauHigh School Reunion Reuno grouP
in Marianna. Visit EmployFlorida.com to register.,,i the Chpola Center for the As Gallery, Maana l hch e e onr
SGolson School Advisory Council Meeting "Artist/woodworker Ethan Sawyer takes used scene. will attend church at New Easter Missiona. Baptist
5:3 pm. tGc : oh lil!eoaryScool Mri- '... hurcn 977 Hope Ave., rac~evile,- R~euponAug.
5:30 p.m. at Golson Eleeitary e School, Mari-` ery material from Chipola's last theater season and Cu 9- Av. ,rv,.^.Reuiin ug
it L 1! 3u ,ep t.. ost $60. Call ,26-0,.42 o-r 2637'6695.
anna. Parent Night and Book Fair starts at 6 P.m. creates an inspired collection. Exhibit on display .-e. ..1 Co.t $60. Call 5260342 or 263-6695.
Call482-9607 ,.- through Oct. 31. Gallery open weekdays by appoint- MNA, '
.- X et Cl j2? MONDAYSEPT.2 r
) Red brossShelterClass -6-9_p.m.atSt. ment.CaU718-227..
James A.M.E. Church Fellowship Hall, 2891 Orange Chipola Artist Series: Sweet Potato Pie 7 Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting.
St. in Marianna. -p.m. in the Chipola Center for the Arts, Chipola Col- 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 lege, Maelanna. Sweet Potato Ple performs Ameri- 3975 U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings
p.m. in theAA room of First United Methodist cana, bluegrass, country and gospel music. Single are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects,
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna event tickets are $14 for adults, $10 for children !essons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
'under 18, with special pricing for Chipola students Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
and employees. Series tickets are available for p.m. in the'AA room of First United Methodist
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 28, purchase at 718-2277 orvwww.chipola.edu/fine-, Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Maranna;.,
) Scholastic Book Fair- 8:30 a.m.to03 p.m. daily and-performing-arts. "
Aug. 26;30 at Frank M. G,olson Elementary School. Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion. TUESDAY SEPT .
in Marianna. Wednesday: Extended Day, startingat 8-9 p.m.. First United Methodist Church. 2901 Calee-.,. . -.. T, 'E.3 ,
3p.m. donia St.. Mariana, in the AA room. Attendance .; uOrientation-noon-3 p.m. at Goodwill Career
.. ., .. . .. .. ~: g nia St..Mar ar,,a ,, inuth.AA,,uom .At end-ance.._ ,. .
) Emerald Coast Hospice Meet-N-Eat' 11a.m. limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking: Trainflg Center. 4742 Highway 90. Marianna. Learn
at two ECH locations: 4374 Lafayette St. in Mari- papers will not be signed. . about and register for free services. Call 526-0139.
anna and 1330 South Blvd. in Chipley. Education .. .. Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting
and bereavement support offered to anyone in the :, : 'FRIDAY'AUG. 30 -' : -noonatJim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St.,
community suffering a loss. The events are open to ., .. i .Marianna. :
the public. CaL850-526-3577 or 850-638-8787. Scholastic Book Fair 8:30 am. tO1 63p.m daily
the pubc.Ca850526ug. 26-30 at Frank M. Golson -Elementary SchicIool- :) Sewing Circle -1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior
)) Alcoholics Anonymous OpenMeeting -12-I 1 n a Citizens Center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodistg Mran. 48.-5028. ,
Crch,290Caona .Marian..)) Hooks and Needles (PKA Knitters Nook) --10 cohiAn
Church, 2901':Caledoni a s8t in Ma-ria~nna.. w / ...... . .. ,.- Al i Aoymous Open Meeting 8-9.
a.m. at the Jackson County Public Library. Marianna m oo u O pen Meting s8
Jac.ksonHospitalBbad,,FinanceCommit-. Branch. New and experienced hand crafters wel- P.,Mr ihAA room of First Un'ited Methodist
tee Meetings 4 p.m in the community room of. come to create. share, learn or teach favorite hand Church. '2901 Caledonia St.,Marianna.
Jackson Hospital's Hudnall Building in Marianna. craft projects Call 482-9631. *
Call 718-2629. "Senior Singles" Meeting 6-8 p.m. at Manr- WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4
n anna First United Methodist Church Wesley Center I) Tools to Quit: Free Tobacco Cessation Clais
THURSDAY, AUG.29 (behind the post office, facing Lafayette Street). ,- -11a.m.- p.m in the Jackson County Public
D Marianna City Farmers Market 7 a.m.-noon Single seniors age 50 and older are invited for Library conference room, 2929 Green St.; Marianna.
at Madison Street Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh., games, food. prizes and speakers. No charge. Dona- Fre nicotine patches, lozenges and/or gum for
Sutions accepted: proceeds fund charitable endeavors prograrmparticipants. Call.482-6500.


The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submritto. Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL32447,
email editorial@jcflondan.com, fax 850-482-4478 orbringitemsto 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.


Police Roundup


Marianna Police Department
The Marianna Police Department listed
the following incidents for Aug. 25, the
latest available report: One suspicious
vehicle, one verbal disturbance, one bur-
glar alarm, three traffic stops, one larceny
complaint, two property damage reports,
one thieat/harassment complaint, and
three home security checks.

Jackson County Sheriff's Office.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and
county fire/rescue reported the following
incidents for Aug. 25, the latest available
report: One hospice death, three aban-
doned vehicles, four suspicious vehicles,
three suspicious persons, one highway
obstruction, four physical disturbances,
two verbal disturbances, one prowler, two
power lines down, 12 medical calls, five
burglar alarms, 33 traffic stops, one larceny
complaint, one criminal mischief com-


plaint, two trespass complaints, one ju-
venile complaint, one assault, two animal.
S complaints, 24 property
lJ6 checks, three assists of mo-
47 tourists or pedestrians, one
V&_.iEE assist of another agency,
X one welfare check, one
patrol request, two open
Doors or windows discovered on patrol and
six 911 hang-ups.

Jackson County
Correctional Facility
The following persons were booked into
the county jail during the latest reporting
periods:
SJeffrey Hbixson, 22,1973 Dove Rest
Drive, Marianna, violation of state
probation.
SDonna Toole, 44,2827 St. Johns St., Mar-
ianna, resisting officer without violence.
SJoel Toole, 56,2827 St. Johns St., Mari-
anna, aggravated assault on a law enforce-


ment officer with deadly weapon-three
counts, resisting arrest without violence.
D Undora King, 28,2737 PennAve., Mari-
anna, hold for Manatee Co.
)) Melissa ULinton, 39,4452 Magnolia Road,
Marianna, violation of injunction.
D Tony Shumaker, 40, 1221 Shores Road,
Alford, .driving while license suspended or
revoked.
D Shana Couch, 29, 32624 South Road,
Hosford, hold for Franklin Co.
D Christopher Morgan, 24,346 Ruben
Lane, Havanna, hold for Gadsden Co.
D Keith Barnes, 35,2815 East 12th St.,
Panama City, grand theft-two counts, bank
fraud.
)) Terry Williams, 43,1938 Wagon Lane,
Marianna, retail theft, resisting officer
without violence.

Jail Population: 211
To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
local lavi enforcement agency.To report a wildlife violation,
call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


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'. SUBMITTED PHOTOS .
Twenty Years at Chipola Viki Milton. Five Years at Chipola Darrell Brooks, Stacey Hinson, Donna Chandler, Dr. Steve Givens, Elissa Severson, Louy Harris, Kelly
Lanier and Richard Vann. Not shown: Shawn Keihn.


Chipola employees awarded for service
,Chlpola pl- es.rservce


Special to the Floridan
Employees of: Chipola
College were recognized
for years. of .service on
Aug. 12, dur .g-the first
staff meeting of the school
year.-
Employees were award-
ed certificates in five-year
increments. The following
were recognized:
Five years: DarrellBrooks,
* Donna Chandler, Dr. Steve
Givens, Louy Harris, Sta-
cey Hinson, Shawn Keihn,
Kelly Lanier, Elissa Sever-
son, Richard Vann.


Ten years: Dr. Irma Cruz-
White, Dr. Santine Cuccio,
Itebecca Davis, Dr. Chasti-
ty Duke, Stacey Gainer, Dr.
Karen Lipford, Kristie Mos-
:ley, ,Bobbie Peace, Wendy
Pippen. Dn
Fifteen years: Dennis
Kosciw, Dr. Gina McAllister
and Tammy Neal.
Twenty years Viidd
Milton.
Twenty-five years: Lucin-
da Baker, Dr.,Bryan Cra-
ven, Jan Cummings, Janice
Holley, Johnny Meredith,
Carol Saunders and Anita
Price.


ABOVE: Ten Years at Chipola Dr. Irma Cruz-
White, Dr. Santine Cuccio, Rebecca Davis, Dr.
Chastity Duke, Kristie Mosley, Stacey Gainer,
Dr. Karen Lipford, Bobbie Peace and Wendy
Pippen.


LEFT: Twenty-five Years at Chipola Dr. Bryan
Craven, Lucinda Baker, Jan Cummings, Johnny
Meredith and Anita Price; Not shown: Janice
Holley, Carol Saunders.


Conrads honored as 2013 Jackson County Outstanding Farm Family


Special to the Floridan I A t


SBill and Donna Conrad
were honored as the 2013
Outstanding Farm' Fam-
ily by the Jackson County
Farm Bureau, on Thurs-
day, Autg. 22.: Tihe Conrads
have a'family tradition of
farming in Jackson County
that spans over 120 years,
when the first descendants
rhoved to the Bascom area.
Conrad is a fourth-gen-
eration Jackson County
farmer. His German pio-
neer family, the Coonrods
moved, to the area in the'
late 1800s. Sometime after
the turn of the 20th centu-
ry, the Coonrods became
the Conrads.
Just like the others be-
fore him, Bill learned the
art of farming from his
father, and is passing the
farming heritage on to his
children.
Conrad started farming
on his own in,.1980, when
he .left high school and
bought his first 22 acres
of land. He continued,.


SUBMIITITufPUOT
The Conrad Family, 2013 Jackson County Farm Bureau
Outstanding Farm Family, (from left, back row) are: Charity,
BJ., Donna, Bill and Joseph Conrad; and '(front row) Heidi,
Elijah and Rachael Conrad.


helping his father farm,
farmed his own land and
some rented land, while
doing odd jobs for other
farms in the area. In 1985,
Conrad was able to buyout
his father and take over
the family operation, and
has been farming in Jack-
son County ever since. In
1987, he married the love,
of his life. After marriage,
Conrad worked full time in
the farm supply business,


and farmed his land nights
and weekends. After four
years, hle came to the .real-
izatiori that you can't stay,
sane working two full-time
jobs. So, he gave up the
steady income for the job
he loved, fannrming..
Conrad has grown a va-
riety of crops, but is one
who always is looking for
new ideas, alternative
crops and niche markets.
While he has been farming


in thfie county for 33 years, Bill has been married to
he may be best known for Donna for .26 years, and
his custom grain combine they have five children:
harvesting'. service. Con-- B.J., 2, Rachael,' 21,. Jo-
rad has grown peanuts, seph, 18, Elijah; 16, and
soybeans, corn; 'wheat, Heidi, 14. Domnna managed
triticale; and pine trees on .the finances and home-
his farm.- He also experi- schooled the children, as
mented with numerous well as' helping Bill farm
alternative crops such as: for many years. After the
velvetbeans, alfalfa, and kids were older she got a
evenhydroponicstrawber- job at Sunland where she
ries. In addition to crops, still works, to help with
Conrad had a 70-sow, free
range hog operation until E
the bottom dropped out of
the market in 1997, When O
he finally sold out, Conrad KE U L S.O \
was selling hogs for 150
per pound, when it cost e
him 30 per pound to raise ,
them. In recent years, .., .,
Conrad got into the horse o Jefferson 5
hay business,' first' selling Jeerson S
square baled alfalfa, and__________
now perennial peanut hay.
When asked about the fix-
ture, Bill hopes to expand
his irrigated acres, switch
over to electric irrigation
pumps, and add corn and
alfalfaback in to his crop
rotation.


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cash flow. Now all of the
kids are old enough to help
with farm "activities. B.J.
married Charity, and has
begun his own farming op-
eration. Rachael helped on
the farm for many years,
but is now attending The
Baptist College of Florida.
Joseph and Elijah help Bill
with the grain harvesting
service, and' Heidi pitches
in as well.


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shooter made


list of victims
The Assocaed Press ,. slipped into eternity,4" Max-
.- well said.
S LAKE BUTLER- A for- On Saturday, Allen drove
mer Florida trucking coin- to a location owned by
S pany employee wtio vVent, his former boss, Marvin
on a weekend shooting Pritchett, the trucking
rampage. left a hahdwrit- company's founder. He
S ten note that listed his four shot and killed former co-
victims two of whom died, workeriRolando Gonzalez-
investigators said Monday. Delgado, 28, around 9a.m.,
Union 'County sheriff's then went a short distance
Lt. Lyn Williams said and killed Pritchett, 80,
three days of interviews who began the company
with people.who knew 72- in 1980. Allen, at.one time,
year-old Hubert Allen Jr. was considered his top as-
haven't turned up a mo- sistant.
tive for Saturday's shoot- A few minutes later, Al-
-,.ing spree centeredaround len pulled over where an-
'. Pritbhett :.. Z.uckidng' Inc., other former co-worker
;--, ." But his targets weren't ran- was driving afarmn tractor,
,. -, dom. ." exchanged words with him
't.. '*Further-:. :investigation and fired a shotgun, .au-
..-. '. revealed by handwritten thorities said. The victim,
S' .note at Allen's.:h6use har .66-year-old, Lewis Mabrey
". 'this. wAs a premeditated Jr., was in gpodconditipn.
'event targeting these. in- Allen then'went .to the
,-' dividuals,.. according to company's headquarters
S- .. ,aews. release. "The note,' in Lake Butler and shot 44-
iiws 'as. .. "Th noe, sn e
'., did not,'eyeal a motive" yea-old David Griffis in
Th '' e Rev. -Patrick Maxwell the stomach,: the sheriff's
'- 6of Victory Christian Cen- offic;9saId. Gri-fs.,was in
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bdlI of. MaxwelFs church and-..an'. unfired'.32-caiber,
.a."..1.- 9 1: fi. , .. . : ." -. '. L.I e
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them. l ning back C.J. Spiller. .
," "We all hope and pray Pritchet Trucking's web-.
S that "some answers -come site: said. itremploys' 400
S 6ut, but unfortunately 'the people and owns hundreds
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Florida's incredible salt- .
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s tate's Fish and Wildlife Florida Governor
.Conservation' Commis- .
sion.: The last day was introduce friends and fam-
June 1. The agency also ily who may have never
offered a license-free experienced Florida salt-
freshwater fishing days on water fishing to enjoy the
April 13 and June 8. And, Sunshine State's bountiful
during a meeting in Pen- waters and historic fishing
sacola on Sept. 5, the. communities," Scott said.
agency will consider add- During license-free 'fish-
ing four more license-free ing. days,. all other rules
fishing days to this year's and relations includ-
calendar. ing bag limits, seasons and
"Florida is the Fishing size restrictions apply.
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to be incompetent


The Associated Press
TAMPA A woman ac-
cused of sneaking onto
MacDill Air Force Base four
times has -been declared
mentally incompetent.
A federal judge in
Tampa ordered 51-year-
old Suzanne Jensen
to undergo treatment
Monday. Prosecutors have
said they do not think
Jensen understands the
criminal proceedings she
faces.
The Tampa Bay .Times
4 reports that Jensen is a for-


mer employee of the U.S.
Forest Service. The home-
less woman has a degree in
genetics from the Univer-
sity of California at Berke-
ley.
Jensen was arrested in
Colorado last month after
reportedly trying to get
onto Fort Carson. Officials
say she's also tried to get
onto bases in Georgia and
North Carolina.
Her mother has said Jen-
sen may believe she is a
secret agent who works at
the various military instal-
lations.


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lowing a summer of
debate and controversy
in Florida's education
system, state officials are
gathering in Clearwater
for a hastily-arranged,
three-day summit to ad-
dress pending issues.
Gov. Rick Scott called the
summit, which is sched-
uiled to begin Monday
afternoon to address
everything from the state's
A-through-F grading sys-
tern, teacher evaluations '


O.'sFla.hometobe
sold in forclosure
MIAMI -The South
Florida home of impris-
oned former football star
O.J. Simpson will be auc-
tioned off in October as
part of a bank foreclosure
proceeding.
-Miami-Dade Circuit
Court records show that a
judge issued a final order
last week for JPMorgan
Chase Bank. The 4,233-
square-foot home near
Miami has been in foreclo-
sure proceedings for about
two years; The online
auction of the house is set
for Oct. 29.
Simpson was convicted
in 2008 in Nevada of the
kidnapping and armed
robbery of two sports
memorabilia dealers in
Las Vegas. Simpson was
acquitted in 1995 of killing
his ex-wife and her friend.
Court documents show
Simpson owes more than
$796,000 is-principal and
interest on the Florida
property. There's also
nearly $42,000 in unpaid
property taxes and insur-
ance premiums of about
$43,000.


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rep. rs to pisonhin Fk
NEWARK, N.J.- Rap.
star "Fat Joe" has reported
to federal prison in' Florida
to serve a 4-morinth sen-
tence for tax evasion.-
An attorney for the'
performer, whose real
name is Joseph Cartagena
(car-ta-GEE'-nah), said his
client surrendered Mon-
day at a federal detention
center in Miami.
Cartagena pleaded guilty
in December 2012 to fail-
ing to pay taxes on more
'than $1 million of income
ip 2007 and in 2008.
The 42-year-old Nli-
ami Beach resident Was
charged in New Jersey
because some of thie com-
panies he earns money
from are incorporated in
the state.
The platinum-selling
artist once topped the
Billboard charts with the
hitf"What's Luv."
Attorney Jeffrey Licht-
man-told The Associated
Press that Cartagena was
in positive spirits and
looking forward to getting
released and back to his
family before Christmas.


Volunteers search for
Missing woman
.PENSACOLA More
than 100 volunteers
searched an area near
Pensacola looking for
a missing 25-year-old
woman.
Tiffany Daniels is a
Pensacola State Col-
lege employee who went
missing Aug. 12. The
volunteers spent much of
SSunday searing Pensacola
Beach for any sign of her
personal belongings.
The Pensacola News
Journal reports the
nonprofit child advocacy
group KlassKids helped
organize Sunday's search.
: Officials say Daniels
asked to leave her job as a
technician in the college's
theater department a
little early on the day she
disappeared. Her car was
discovered a week later
in a parking lot near the -
beach with her phone and
bicycle inside.
The woman's father,
Rodney Daniels, says he is
touched by the communi-
ty's support.

Stateofficials gather
for education summit
CLEARWATER- Fol-


an hour.
Tampa Fire Rescue
says about 45 firefight-
ers worked for about two
hours to put out the blaze.
No injuries were re-
ported.
The cause of the fire is
under investigation.

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and new standards known
as the Common Core.
State Senate President
Don Gaetz and House
Speaker Will Weatherford
are key partners in the
summit. They've also des-
ignated legislative leaders
to participate.
Scott says Florida's stu-
dents "need and deserve
a quality education that
emphasized critical think-
ing and analysis."

Boy with rm bram
infection on ventilator
MIAMI -- family
members of a 12-year-old
Florida boy who was in-
fected by a rare and deadly
amoeba say they're trust-
ing in God despite being
told by doctors that the
boy's brain isn't showing
any activity.
In a Facebook posting
Sunday, Zachary Reyna's
family said they respect
the doctor's protocol but
we "believe God will step
in on his time irregardless
of what has been said.".
Reyna was infected
while knee boarding with
friends in a ditch near
his family's LaBelle home
Aug. 3.
His uncle, Homer Villar-
real, says doctors warned
the boy had extensive
brain damage. He says
Reyna's parents planned to
.take bjm off the ventilator
and donate his organs.
But it's unclear whether
they've done so.
SA spokeswoman for
Miami Children's Hospital
says there was no update
Monday.

Man, 86, found dead
in Delray Beach fire
DELRAY BEACH Au-
thorities say an 86-year-
old man and his cat are
dead following a house fire
in Delray Beach.
The Palm Beach Post
reports a smoke detec-
tor triggered a.call to
the house early Monday
morning. The fire was so
intense that firefighters
couldn't enter the home
until the fire was under
control.
That's when they found
the man's body in the
master bedroom. They
also found the cat.
The cause of the fire is
under investigation.
Officials have not re-
leased the victim's name. '

Miami girl, 2, drowns
during family party
MIAMI-'-A 2-year-old
girl drowned in a back-
yard pool during a family
gathering.
Miami-Dade police say
the little girl was in the
pool with family members
Sunday evening. At some
point she went under wa-
ter. When family members
saw her, they immediately
pulled her from the water.
CPR was administered
-and the child was taken to
a hospital where she was
pronounced dead. Police
are investigating.

Smoke from house
fire closes 1-275
TAMPA, An overnight
house fire caused authori-
ties to briefly close nearby
Interstate 275.
Firefighters arrived at
the home around 12:45
a.m. Monday and found
heavy smoke coming from
one side of the two-story
home.
The Tampa Tribune
reports firefighters tried to
enter the home but the fire
was too intense. Smoke
from the fire spread over
1-275, forcing authorities
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Crews battle wildfire raging in Yosenmite area


The Associated Press

TUOLUMNE CITY, Ca-
lif. Crews working to
contain one of Califor-
nia's largest-ever wild-
fires gained some ground
Monday against the flames
threatening San Francis-
co's water supply, several
towns near Yosemite Na-
tional Park and historic gi-
ant sequoias.
Containment of the Rim
Fire more than doubled
to 15 percent', although it
was within a mile ofthe
park's Hetch Hetchy Res-
ervoir, the source of San
Francisco's famously pure
drinking water, officials
said-Monday.
"Obviously, it's the water
supply of the city of San
Francisco, so we're paying
a- lot of attention to that,"


said Glen Stratton, an op-
erations section chief on
the fire.
San Francisco water au-
thorities were scrambling
to fill area reservoirs -with
water from Hetch Hetchy
before ash taints supplies,
said Harlan Kelly Jr., gen-
eral manager of- the city's
Public Utilities Commis-
sion. The city is able to
move water more quickly
out. of Hetch Hetchy. be-
cause of a recent multibil-
lion-dollar improvement
to the piping system. -
- Ashfrom the 234-square-
-mile fire has been falling
on the reservoir, but so far
hasn't sunk far enough into
the lake to reach intake
pumps, Kelly said. Water
quality remained- good on
Monday
San Francisco gets 85


- I L T UAS IAIltJ PRtSS
A firefighter watches for spot fires during a burnout operation while battling the Rim Fire near
Yosemite National Park, Calif., on Sunday, Aug. 25. Fire crews are clearing brush and setting
sprinklers to protect two groves of giant sequoias as a massive week-old wildfire rages along
the remote northwest edge of Yosemite National Park.
percent of its water from.- ings, the international air- threat to the city's utilities
Hetch Hetchy as well as port and -San Francisco prompted Gov. JerryBrown
power for municipalbuild- 'General 'Hospital. The to declare a state of emer-


agency for San Francisco.
Kelly said the city has a
six-month supply of water
on hand. If ash eventu-
ally causes turbidity, it will
have to filter supplies; al-
though he was unsure how
much that would cost.
The agency also was
checking 12 'miles of hy-
droelectric transmission'
lines that supply city facili-
ties with power. An emer-
- agency declaration has al-
lowed the city to spend
$600,000 for power on the
open market.
The fire also posed a
threat to giant sequoias in
Yosemite National Park
Crews were using sprin-
klers and lighting fires to
clear brush, though the
fire remairied several miles
from the massive trees,
Stratton said.


Kerry: Chemical arms usein Syria an obscenity'
Kerry : '


The Associated Press that would punish Assad '-What is before us today
for deploying deadly gas-* 'is real and it is -compel-:
WASHINGTON -s Sec- es, not 'sweeping actions ,ling," Kerry said. "Our un-
retary of State John Kerry aimed at ousting Assad or derstanding of what:has
declared Monday that strengthening rebelforces. already happenede.in Syria
there was "undeniable" The focus of the internal is grounded in facts."
Evidence of a large-scale debate .undersc ores the The U.S. assessment :is
chemical weapons at tack scant international, ap- based in part on the num-
'in, Syria, toughening the petite for a large-scale ber oftreportedo victims, the
Obama .administration's deployment of forces in symptoms oftthoseinjured
criticism ofiBasharAssads Syria. and the limited or killed. and witness :ac-






... f'oe ri hl eol. 7 h os aggesiv re deaynmberio g other oionspecout. bm ol ee u
regime and out"lningajus-. number of other olttons counts. Administration
tificatiob for possible U.S. 'that could significantly officials said the U.S had
military action. change the trajectory of additional intelligence
Kerry speaking toe re- '.. .. I EASSOCIATEDPRESS the conflict. 'confirming chemical
porter's at the Stte. De-, Secretary of State JohnKerry speaksat the State Department "There is not a military weapons use and planned
apartment, said last weeks in Washington, Monday. Aug. 26, about the situation in Syria.: solution to -that conflict," to make it public in ,the
.attack was a '"moral ob- Kerry said chemical weapons were used in Syria, and accused White House spokesman coming days.
scenity",that "should shock.Assad of destroying evidence. Jay Carney said.- Syrian"President Bashar.
the conscience" of the some have manufactured' to the use of deadly gases. "The Obama admninistra- Assad has.. deired launch
world.. Officials said there" ', ,it is undeniable," said a move the White House-, tion was moving -ahead 'ing a chemical attack.-The
was very little doubbt that Keny, the hiighest'rank- said- last' year would' even as a' `United Na- U.N. tea-nm c.meI under
the attack was perpetrated ing QU.S. official to confirm cross a "red"ine." But' the tiolfs team already on the ;$niper fire Mbndav. as ,it
by the Syrian government. the attack in the Darmas- U.S., along.with*allies in ,g rod inCSyria Colleqted traveled to the Site of the
"The indiscriminate ':cus suburbs AThat activists Europe, .'appeared to' be evidence from'last, week's 'Aug.-21 attack.
slaughter of diilians, :the say, killed hundreds of laying tie goundwork for attack. The U.S. aid Sy.ias'' It's clear' whether
killig of women andchil- 'people.' the: most aggressive re- delay in giving the inspec- Obama would seek-au`-
drenahdinnocentbystand- This interm 4 norm sponge since Syrias civil ',tors access rendered their,'
ersbvchemical weapons is: cannotbe violated without war began more than two, investigation meaningless
a nioral obscenity. By any, consequences," he added. years ago. and officials said the ad-\ I can show any istli
standard;itis inexcusable 'Officials. aid*President.The'international, :coi-`,.'ministraton had its own ED I CC
and- despite.te excuses, Barack Obama has 'not mtunity appeared ,tOW b& intelligence confirming
.and equivocations that decided how to respond considering a .response -chemica weapons use: 850-573-619b ce


Guards escort Chicatgo kids to new schools


The Associated Press ' L-. ._.


CHICAGO-- Thousands
of Chicago children whose
schoolswere shuttered last
spring walked to new ones
.'on the first day of school
Monday under the watch-"
fil eye of police officers and
newly hired safety guards '
there to provide protection _
as the kids crossed unfa- .
Smiliar streets many of
them gang boundaries.
No incidents of trouble Annie Stovall (left) walks wit
were reported, police said. (center) and her granddaughl
While that didn't surprise south side, Chicago, home to
parents and.grandparents, the first day of classes Nonda
they said they were still
concerned that the city's fected by the closures.
obvious show of first-day For months, parents,
force won't keep their chil- teachers and community
dren safe in the weeks and activists haVe warned that
months to come. forcing children to pass
"I think its. just show- through some of the city's
and-tell right now," said more impoverished and
Annie Stovall, who walked dangerous neighborhoods
her granddaughter, 9-year- where some already
old Kayla Porter, to Greshr walking in the middle of
am Elementary School, the street to avoid being
which is about five blocks ambushed by gang mem-
farther from home than bers to get to school
Kayla's previous South Side puts them at undue risk.
school. "Five, six weeks Statistics suggest those
down the road, let's see concerns are valid. An
what's going to happen." analysis of Chicago crime
Kathy Miller stood in data by WBEZ-FM found
front of Gresham Elemen- that in 2013, there have
tary with her three chil- been 133 shootings and 38
dren, waiting for a bus that homicides in and around
would take them to anoth- areas that have been newly
er.school.She scoffed at the marked as Safe Passage
Safe Passage program, in routes. And on Monday
which guards clad in neon morning, sanitation work-
vests line.Chicago streets, ers discovered the body of
saying it won't be long be- a man inside a garbage can
fore brightly colored signs about a half-block from
announcing the program's one of the South Side's
routes will be riddled with Safe Passage routes. Po-
bullets. lice said they think he died
"Those signs don't mean overnight, but provided no
nothing," she said. other details.
The preparation and- If-the attention Chicago
show of force shows what's received after a 15-year-
at stake for Chicago Public old honor student was
Schools, the nation's third- killed about a mile from
largest school district, after President Barack Obama's
it closed almost 50 schools home in January is any in-
last spring in the hopes. dication, there is no doubt
of improving academic a similar media firestorm
performance afid saving will occur if :a -child is
millions of dollars: About caught in gang crossfire oh
12,000 of the district's the way to or from school.
1400,000 students were af One officer standing out-


THEASSOCIATED PRESS
:h her daughter Crystal Stovall,
iter Kayla Porter, 9, from their
Gresham Elementary School on
y, Aug. 26, in Chicago.


side Greham Elementary
*summed up the pressure
the police department and.
City Hall'are under this
year, joking that children
"better not get a splinter or
we'll all be out of ajob."'
With the' hope of pre-
'venting problems, the
financially, strapped city
hired 600 workers at a rate
of $10 ah hour to supple-
ment a Safe Passage pro-
gram that has existed since
2009, '- launched the


same year a Chicago hon-
ors student's beatingdeath
'was videotaped.
Police 'worked with resi-
dents and CPS to map out
routes near 52 of the so-
called"welcomingschools"
that are taking in students
from the closed schools.
Along those routes, the city
has put up scores of "Safe
Passage'" signs. "
Mayor Rahm Emanuel
also deployed city depart-
ments to repair sidewalks,.
replace street lights, paint.
over graffiti and board up
nearly 300Q abandoned
buildings.- .
On Monday, -Emanuel
.didn't mention; Safe Pas-
'sage, focusing instead on
'changes that have been
made for this school year,
Starting with a full -day
of kindergarten. But last
week, he told about 1,000
people at a training session
that the program is "about
More than, just building a
route to school.
"It is about -building a
'route to college, career and
beyond..!" he said.


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spoken frequently about
his preference for taking
military action only with
'international backing,
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China would block U.S.
efforts to authorize action
through the U.N. Security
Council.
SKerry on Monday made
several veiled warnings to
Russia, which has propped
up Assad's regime, blocked
action against Syria at the
,U.N., aid disputed evi-
dence of the government's
chemical weapons use.
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Obituaries
SMarianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Florida 32446
Phone: (850)526-5059

Kenneth
Allen, Jr.

Kenneth Allen, Jr. age 85
of Marianna, passed away
on Friday, August 23, 2013
at his home.
Mr. Allen was bom on
January 31, 1928 in Live
Oak, FL to the late Kenneth
Allenrr, St. and Merle
Eatman.. He served his
country in the United
States Air Force and was of
the Methodist faith.
Mr. Allen was preceded
in death by his parents. He
is survived 'his sons Ralph
Allen and his wife Patricia
of Tallahassee, John Allen
and his wife Yvonne of Ma-
rianna and Kenneth Allen
and wife Denise of Phila-
delphia, PA, six grandchil-
dren, six great 'grandchil-
dren and Shirley Curry of
Defuniak Springs, FL.
Services fot Mr. Alien will
,be held from the graveside
at 11:00 A.M.CST on Thurs-
day, August 29, 2013 inthe
Live Oak Cemetery in Live'
Oak, Florida with full mili-
tary honors.
In lieu of flowers the fatni-
Sly has asked that donations
be made to the Disabled
Veterans National Founda-
tion at, P.O. Box 96648,
Washington, DC 20090-
6648.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of lo-
cal arrangements. Expres-
sions of sympathy may
be submitted online at
www.mariannachapeUlh.com.

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the door back open, Mr.
Toole was standing behind
it. Officials say he pulled
a knife out of his pocket
and started to open it as he
walked towards officers "in
an aggressive manner."
Told to drop the knife, he
continued walking with it
toward officers. After sev-
eral cnmmiands to release
the knife, he instead folded
it and put it back in his
pocket, officials say.
Officers tried to get con-
trol of Mr. Toole in an ef-
fort to place him under
arrest, but he continued
to resist and officers used
a stun gun to subdue him.
He was placed under arrest
without further incident,
charged with three counts
aggravated assault on a
law enforcement officer
and also with one count
of resisting arrest without
violence.
While officers were deal-
ing with Mr. Toole, Mrs.
Toole "continued to-get in
between officers and Joel
Toole to hinder officers
from placing (him) under
arrest, according to the
complaint. She was arrest-
ed on one charge of resist-
ing withoutviolence.


TMEAkSOClAi.O PR SS
President Barack Obama awards US Army Staff Sgt. Ty M. Carter the Medal of Honor for conspicuous gallantry, Monday, Aug. 26, during a ceremony in the
East Room of the White House in Washington. Carter received the medal for his courageous actions While serving as a cavalry scout with Bravo Troop, 3rd
Squadron, 61st Cavalry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, during combat operations in Kamdesh District, Nuristan Province, Af-
ghanistan on Oct. 3,2009. Carter is the fifth living recipient to be awarded the Medal of Honor for actions in Iraq or Afghanistan.


Obama awards Medal of Honor




to Afhanswvwar veteran


The A.sooated Press

WAtSHINGTON President Barack Obama
bestowed the nation's highest military honor,
the Medal of Honor, on Army Staff Sgt. Ty
Carter on Monday, saluting the veteran of the
war in Afghanistan as "the essence of true her-
oism," one still engaged in a battle against the
lingering emotional fallout of war. ;:
Carter risked his life to save an"rf injured sol-
dier, resupply ammunition to his comrades
and render first aid during intense fighting in
a remote mountain outpost four years ago.
S"As these soldiers and families will tell you,
they're a family forged in battle, and loss, and
love," Obama said as Carter stood at his side
and members of his unitwatched in the White
House East Room. -1 .I .
Then as an Army specialist, Carter sprinted
from his barracks into a ferocious firefight, a
daylongbattle on Oct. 3,2009, that killed eight
of his fellow soldiers as they tried to defend
their outpost at the bottom of a valley and


surrounded by high mountains from the
onslaught of a much-larger force of Taliban
and local fighters.
, Still suffering from post-traumatic stress
,syndromen', Carter stood nearly emotionless
during the ceremony, although a faint smile
crossed his face near the bnd that turned into
a broad grin as Obama hung the metal and
its blue ribbon around his neck and the au-
dience which included 40 members of the
recipient's family'- answered with a rousing
standingovation. .
Later, Carter told reporters outside the
White House that winning the medal had
been,"one ofthe greatest experiences" for his
family and&that he would "strive to live up to
the responsibility."
He also said he wanted to help the Ameri-
can' public to better, understand the "invisible
wounds" still inflicting him and thousands of
others. '
S"Only those closest to me can see the scars,"
Carter said, reading his statement. He said


Americans should realize that those suffer-
ing from post-traumatic stress syndrome "are
not damaged, they are just burdened byliving
when others are not.- "
Obama praised Carter for talking openly
about the disorder 'for some time. Obama
said that Carter, like many veterans, "at first
resisted seeking help," but later accepted
counseling.'
"'The pain of that day..may never go away,"
Obama said, including flashbacks and night-
mares. But he praised Carter for seeking help
and pushing back, andfor acknowledging his
struggle publicly and helping' other troops
with their recovery. .
"Let me say it as clearly as I can to any of
our troops or veterans who are watching and
.struggling," Obama said. "Look at this man.
Look at this soldier. Look at this warrior. He's
as tough as they come. and if he can find the
'courage and the strength to not onlyseekhelp
but also to speak out about it, to take care of
himself and to stay strong, then so can you."


Emerald Coast Hospice to host 'Meet-N-Eat' Wednesday at two locations


Specil to the Flio1dan

Gino Mayo, chaplain of
Emerald Coast Hospice,
willhbst a "MNeet-N-Eat"
tomorrow at 11 a.m. The
event will take place at


Trial
From Page IA

complaint, the inci-
dents occurred during- a
meeting hat Adkins hiad
arranged on pretext. He'd
told one of the victims
that she could make some
money by delivering some
arrowheads for him to a
buyer in Alabama, and
made arrangements to


the Emerald Coast Hos-
pice office located at
4374 Lafayette St.,
MNiarianna.
Also at 11 a.m. on
Wednesday, Chaplain
Ernie Gray will host a


meet and give her the
items, according to the
complaint.
SWhen she and a friend
who drove her to their
appointed meeting place
arrived. Adkins got in the,
car with them and di-
rected the driver to a field
where there was a trailer,
according, to the com-
plaint. Once there, Adkins
allegedly got out of the
car, went into ,the trailer.
and returned saying that


"Meet-N-Eat" at the ECH
office located at 1330
South Blvd., in Chipley.
The purpose of the lun-
cheons is to offer educa-
tion and bereavement
support to any individ-


ual in the community
suffering a loss. The
events are open to the
public.
Individuals interested in
attending are encouraged
to. call ahead at 850-526-


the arrowheads weren't, the swamp," according to
there. the complaint, and then
He then allegedly told "started backing up the
them to let him drive to car," according to the com-
another location. He got plaint. Other demands
behind the wheel, drove and incidents of a sexual
to a field and stopped, ac- nature followed, authori-
cording to the complaint. ties say. At one point Ad-
There, he is accused of kins produced a knife and
touching them each on threatened to cut their
the left breast and then throats, the complaint
demanding -to see their alleges.
chests. If they didn't corn- He eventually agreed to
ply, he threatened, he take the two back to their
"would drive them into meeting place, but alleg-'


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rnization serving patients
in the Jackson, Calhoun,
Holmes, arid Washington
County areas.


edly told one of them to
drive because he and the
other would be in the back
seat. As they were leaving
the area, however, the car
got'stuck and Adkins and
one of the victims had to
get out and push the car
out of the mud, according
to the complaint. Authori-
'ties say the three returned
to their- meeting place
with no further incident,
and the two victims later
reported the matter.


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Fraud
From Page 1A
third-degree felony grand
theft and one count of de-
frauding a financial insti-
tution, a second-degree
felony.
Barnes and his wife had
opened a checking ac-
count with SunTrust in
early 2010, and as of April
11, 2013, the available


balance was just over $86.
On April 12, authori-
ties say, Barnes deposited
a check from Greenlight
Financial Services in the
amount of $1,950, via
an ATM machine at the
SunTrust bank on Lafay-
ette Street in downtown
Marianna.
On April 13, he deposited
a $1,950 check drawn on
the Bank of New York Mel-
lon account of John Deere
Pension Trust at the Sun-


Trust Bank on West 23rd
Street in Panama City, ac-
cording to officials.
The same day, Barnes
withdrew $800 frolh his
checking account, doing
this at the Panama City
branch bank, authori-
ties say, and on April 16,
he withdrew $1,900 at the
Marianna branch bank
location.
On April 18, he withdrew
$763 at the SunTrust Bank
branch in Callaway.


A series of debit card,
point-of-sale and ATM
transactions were made
from the account, authori-
ties allege.
On April 17 and April 18,
officials report, the checks
that Barnes had deposited
were returned.
On July 8, while Barnes
was in the Bay County Jail
on unrelated charges, he
was interviewed and al-
legedly said the checks
he'd deposited had come


to the household, pay-
able to the Barnes house-
hold, after a company on
Craigslist had been con-
tacted by. the household
regarding employment
opportunities.
Barnes said he had been
advised to deposit both
checks via ATMs, "includ-
ing at least one check at a
branch in Marianna, as it
would appear less suspi-
cious," according to the
complaint. Authorities re-


port that he said he was in-
structed to then withdraw
the funds as the household
needed the money. Ac-
cording to the affidavit for
his arrest, "Barnes stated
that he knew the checks
were not legitimate as he
had no legitimate rea-
son to be expecting pay-
ment from John Deere or
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Egyptian
The Associated Press
CAIRO TWo former
militant groups offered to
callr off street protests if the
government agrees to ease
its pressure on Islamists,
a move that underscores
how a onetime strong Is-
lamist movement is now
bowing to an unprec-
edented crackdown by se-
curity authorities.
The proposal comes af-
ter the military rounded
up hundreds of Muslim
Brotherhood leaders and
other Islamists in the wake
of the country's worst bout
of violence, which followed
,the Aug. 14 clearing of two Egypt
sprawling sit-in camps that
housing protesters calling of dui
for the reinstatement of Nasr(
ousted President Moham-
ined Morsi, Egypt's first call c
freely elected leader. The f
Trial opened for the coin
Brotherhood's. supreme of e:
leader Mohammed Badie Hosn
and two other senior offi- oust
cials on Sunday on charges ing i
of inciting the murder of charge
: anti-Morsi protesters on Cri
June 30, the anniversary of posa
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Islamist groups seek truce with army
.. o p However Islamic Jihad ture or any sign that it is
leader Mohammed Abu ready for dialogue. It only
Samra told The Associated talks about it."
Press that the proposed The interim president's
Struck has no "red lines." office could not immedi-
- E"We are paving the way ately be reached for com-
for talks," Abu Samra said ment. But on Saturday,
by telephone. "We cant Egypt's Interim Prime
hold talks while we are at Minister Hazem el-Beb-
the points of swords in lawi told reporters that se-
the midst of killings and curity measures will not be
S crackdowns." He said the enough on their own and
groups were "extending that Egypt "must go down
.. sy e ce p- v their hands" to avoid a the political path" to work
...........- ...v bloodier confrontation out a democratic transition
ais ii with the military, which he through reconciliation.
accuses of "defaming" the He ruled out talks with
Brotherhood in the media anyone who had com-
and mosques. mitted acts of violence,
THE ASSOATED PRESS Asked about Morsi's re- however.
ian army solIWhotakepositions ontop of their armored vehicles while guarding a street turn to power, he said, Members of the Broth-
lds to Rabaahbai-Adawiya mosque, at the site of thelargestlprotest camp of supporters "blood is more treasured erhood lashed out after
ted President Mohammed Mors!, that was cleared by security forces, in the district of than seats of power ... we Morsi's July 3 ouster in a
ity, Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Aug.K16 are no long upholding re- military coup, which came
turn of the constitutional as millions of Egyptians
M him to step down. much of its leadership ei- this too late." legitimacy.". called on him to step down
first day of their trial ther imprisonedoron the Morsi supporters previ- Top Brotherhood nego- because of his alleged
:ided with the retrial run. ously have insisted on the -tiatorAmr Darrag also said abuse of power. In the
i-Egyptian: president "They want to lift pres- reversal of three moves by his group is open to talks largely lawless northern
i Mubarak, who was sure on their groups and the military Morsi's re- but needs "confidence- part of the Sinai Peninsula,
.d in a popular upris- jump off the. Muslim turn to power,dthe lifting of building.'measures," such security, forces have been.
n'2011, over similar Brotherhood boat that is the suspension oflIslamisi- as an investigation into attacked almost daily as
ees. sinking right now," said drafted constitution and, the killings of hundreds towns near the border with
tics say the truce pro- 'veteran journalist and the restoration of the only of Morsi supporters over Israel and the Gaza Strip
reflects cracks within analyst Makram Moham- legislative .council under the past month. However, have become, hideouts
Islamist alliance led med Ahmed. "Everyone. is Morsi, as three precondi- he added,, "the other side and strongholds of Islamic
ie Brotherhood, with searching for away out.but tions to talks. didn't show a:single ges- -extremists.


THIE ASSOCIATED PRESS
In this Aug.21 photo, workers from the Culture Ministry display
a recovered 18th-century painting by an anonymous artist de-
picting Jesus in La Paz. Bolivia. Increasingly bold thefts plague
colonial churches in remote Andean towns in Bolivia and Peru,
where religious and civil authorities say cultural treasures are
disappearing at an alarming rate.


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The Associated Press
LA PAZ, Bolivia The
thieves tunneled under the
thick walls of the colonial-
era Roman Catholic church
in the tiny southern Boliv-
ian town of San Miguel de
Tomave, emerged through
the floor and made offwith
five 18th-century oil paint-
ings of inestimable value.
It was the third time the
highlands church had
been plundered of sacred
art since 2007. Most of the
finely-etched silver thai
once graced its altar was
already gone.
"Who would have
thought they would take
the canvases, too?" the
Rev. Francisco Dubert, the
parish priest, asked of the
2-meter-by-1.75-meter oils
depicting the Virgin Mary.
Increasingly bold thefts
plague colonial churches
in remote Andean towns
in Bolivia and Peru, where
authorities say cultural
treasures are disappearing
at an alarming rate. At least
10 churches have been hit
so far this year in the twc
culturally rich but eco-
nomically poor countries.
"We think the thefts are
being done on behalf of
collectors," said the Rev
Salvador. Piniero, arch-
bishop of Peru's highlands
Ayacucho province. Reli-
gious and cultural authori-
ties say criminal bands
are stealing "to order" for
foreigners.
Bolivian churches have
been robbed 38 times of
447 objects since 2009-- o:
highly stylized decorative
silverwork, canvases, pol
ished gold and silver alta
pieces and gem-encrustec
jewelry, said the country',
cultural patrimony chief
Lupe Meneses.
In Peru, at least 30 theft
from churches and cha
pels have been reported
since January 2012, in
Jcluding two this month
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Churches in Ayacucho
and Puno provinces were
robbed of ornamental sil-
ver laminate, or gold and
silver crowns, earrings and
Necklaces.
In Tomave, other canvas-
es were left behind, Dubert
i said, indicating the thieves
Knew exactly what they
wanted. "These churches
are being robbed because
terrible people want to
Sown beautiful things."
SDonna Yates, a University
of Glasgow archaeologist
t blogged afterward.
s Yates, who is studying the
Andes thefts for a global,
European Union-funded
project, said the hemor-
rbaging of priceless eccle-
siastical art in the region
has continued at a steady
s pace "but it's getting more
brazen."
s "Who is behind it? I can't
s say," Yates added. "The
s market for these goods is
in Europe and the United
1 States," she says, with
SSanta Fe, New Mexico, one
t destination as a magnet for
t collectors of Latin Ameri-
Scan art. *
S Cultural officials in the
,Andes have long struggled
a to protect Incan and pre-
f Columbian cultural trea-
. sures. Now, colonial sacred
- art has become a similar
s worry. By law, it is all na-
- tional patrimony, its ex-
- port illegal.
s Where possible, church-
r es are being fortified. Vid-
eo cameras were installed
e and nighttime guards
f posted last year at Aya-
f cucho's main cathedral in
e Huamanga, host to Peru's
- biggest annual religious
r pilgrimage. But poor, rural
i parishes are on their own.
s InJanuary, church thieves
, stole 12 gold crowns and
a pair of silver shoes of a
s baby Jesus statue in the
- isolated Ayacucho town of
d Santo Domingo de Chun-
- gui, said regional culture
: director Mario Cueto.


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Indians head to Blountstown for jamboree


B5Y DUSTiIN IKENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
The Grand Ridge Indians will
start their 2013 season with a
jamboree in B1lountstown to-
night, though first-year Indians
coach Allan Cox said that there
are still far more questions about
his team than answers heading
into the first game.
The Indians started practice
last week, but between inclem-
ent weather and having to hustle
to get all of the players' paper-
work done and turned in, the
coach said there has been pre-
cious little time to prepare.
"We haven't had much lprac-
tice time, but we're going to have


"We're going to try to run our offend and see wwhatwe an do
and play our defense& There are no rel eapectatiom"
AM= Coo%
Grace Ridge Indians football coach

fun and we're going to get better as a typical game where the final
(tonight)," Cox said. "Right now, score is the primary focus.
we just haven't had much time "It's more like a practice. We
to do it We're just a little behind want to get them under the
right now and not as far ahead lights and see what they can do,"
as some other teams. But we'll Cox said. "The coaches probably
have a little better idea after (the need to get under the lights for
jamboree)." the first time as well. Were go-
Grand Ridge will play a quarter ing to try to run our offense and
each against Tolar and Blount- see what we can do and play our
stown Middle School, but the In-
dians coach said he didn't view it See INDIANS, Page 2B


Grand Ridge Middle School coach Allan Cox gets the Indians organized
during Monday's practice.


In.
Brief
HlfihScliooI
Football
Friday. odhn lPaul
Catholic at Sneads, 6:30
p.m.; Mariantfi at'Bay
High, 7 p.m.; Cotton-
dale at Freeport, 7 p.m.;
GracbvUJ raDtiker,.7 '-7
P .M;.

Jdunir afrsity
Football
Thursday- Sneads at
Liberty County, 6p.m.,,

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STuesday- Snead .,,,
Graceville, 5.p..n? and '
6 p.m.; Cottondale at
Holmes County, 5 p.m.
and.6 p.m.; Marianna at
Escambia County, 5p.m.
and 6 p.m.
.,. 34ursday- Graceville
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Optimist Club Golf

,i ib ,Iannual NE.

'.rtlqa b;GolfTourna-
ext ill be held Sept.
Ati.4e8-hble chami-'
pip'shipgolf course at .
Indian Springs Golf Club
in Marianna:.
Regisqation begins
Sat 11 a.m. with a 12:30
p.mi. shotgun start. The
cost for the event is $55,
which includes 18 hales
of golf, green fee, cart'
fee, meal, and various
prizes.
To pre-register for the
event, call Liz Jackson at
850-557-8637 or James
Miller at 850-209-1621,
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The ChipoiaApprecia-
tion Club has kicked off
its annual membership
drive. The standard $250
membership provides
Appreciation Club -
seating and Hospitafity
Room for four guests -
at all home basketball
games and admission to
all Chipola baseball and
softball games.
The Gold $1,000
Membership provides
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Herman Williams makes a pass during Monday's Marianna football practice.


Bulldogs to battle Bay

Beach impressed by Tornadoes' size, depth


BY DUSTIN KENT
S dent@icllorndancorn.
The Marianna Bulldogs
got their first taste of the
'toughness, their fall sched-
ule has in store last weekend
with a jamboree in Wakulla,
with the varsity starters los-
ing to the 5A War Eagles in
a half 10-7 before the junior
varsity and varsity reserves
finished out the second half
in what ended with a 24-13
Wakulla win.-
Things won't get any easier
for the Bulldogs this.week, as
they open the regular season
Friday against the Bay High
Tornadoes at Tommny Oliver
Stadium.
Bay played the defending
1-IA champion Northview
Chiefs to a 6-6 tie in a jam-
boree last week, but Mari-
anna coach Mark Beach said


he came away from watch-
ing the film thoroughly im-
pressed with the Bulldogs'
next opponent.
"They're big and athletic
and they have a lot of kids,"
he said. "They've got a little
tailback (Travion Turrell)
who is about as good as they
come and is a threat every-
where, and they've got two
bookend defensive ends
that can fly up the field.
From an athletic standpoint,
I think we're comparable,
but they definitely have
more players than we do. We
have to be more physical, no
question."
The Bulldogs will need an-
other big performance from
junior running back Teon
Long, who rushed for 130
yards and a touchdown on
eight carries in the jamboree


against Wakulla.
Junior quarterback Justin
Kent led Marianna's pass-
ing attack by completing 5
of 9 attempts for 31 yards,
but Beach said that sopho-
more Herman Williams will
also get time under center
Friday.
Williams, who was the
team's starting quarterback
in 2012, also started on de-,
fense and drew praise from
.his coach for his efforts.
Despite having two players
vying for time as the team's
signal caller, Beach said he
doesn't anticipate any chem-
istry issues coming about.
"Justin has done a terrific
job. Herman is a great ath-
lete and he's going to play
both ways, but as long as

See BULLDOGS, Page 4B'


" think the guys are at baut we have to keep them calm and reali that wve
still got a lot ofwork *to do and a lot of little mistadm that we have to orrec"
Mark Beoach,
Marianna High football coach


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BY SHELIA MADER
Floridan Correspondent
The Marianna Middle School
Lady Bullpups basketball team
has been hard at practice ready-
ing for another successful season
under veteran coach D'Leisha
Ephriam.
The A' team had a very success-
ful 8-2 season
"Tegirs last year, with
the 'B team
are excited struggling to a
andhave 2-6 finish.
beenworking Ephraim
hard. We look says she is ex-
fW rdto toA cited about
ed this year.
t "I am look-
S support ing forward to
from tiw another great
community." season of
D'Leisha Ephliam, Lady Bullpup
Marianna Middle Lady basketball,"
Bullpups basketball she said. "We
coach lost some key
players from
last year in Torianna White, Zay
Blandenburg, Nautika Dillard,
Angelical Godwin, and Malika
Wynn, who have all moved on
to the high school, We also lost
Alaysha Jennings who trans-
ferred out of state."
Ephraim says with the loss of
those players, there are some key
returners who will be of help this
season.
"Shemeriah Spears, Alexis
Miller, Alexis Jackson, Majic Mc-
Nealy, and Tradeja Speights will
help lead us this year," she said.
"The girls are excited and have
been working hard. We look for-
ward to the continued support
from thecommunity."
The girls will open up play
Tuesday at MMS with a purple
and white game, an inner squad
with*a 4 p.m. tip-off.
Two away games will follow
before the girls return home on
Sept. 19 when they take on Cot-
tondale at 5 p.m.


NFLe

Tebow safe; veteran LB Koutovides among Patriots cuts


The Ak.ociated Press

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -
Tim Tebow survived the New
England Patriots' cut to 77
players on Monday.
The Patriots must make two
more moves before Tuesday's
league deadline to get to 75.
The final 53-man roster will
be announced Saturday and
Tebow has no idea of what
will happen between now'and
then.
I'm just focused on today,"
Tebow said Monday, after the
team went through its first
practice since Thursday night's
40-9 preseason loss to the De-
troit Lions.
Tebow, trying for a roster
spot as the No. 3 quarterback,
didn't play in that game and
there has been speculation
he'll get plenty of playing time
in Thursday night's preseason
finale against the New York


Giants.
Prior to Monday, though,
there was also speculation the
left-hander could be gone in
the firsf cuts.


tackles and one on defense in
the regular season, then made
one stop in theplayoffs.
While Tebow went through
another day of "trying to get


In other words, no one better," wide receiver Danny
seems to know what's going to Amendola and linebacker
.happen. Jermaine Cunningham, who
"I learned very early on in both sat out the game in De-
my career at Florida to worry troit, were back on the prac- -
about what I can control and tice field.
the things that I can't control And on aback field, tight end
I'm not going to spend time Rob Gronkowski, coming off ..l
worrying about," Tebow said. back and arm Asrgeries, was
"But I can control my attitude, working on individual drills. _. -1
my focus every single day and The club has to make a
those are the things that I'm decision on Gronkowski by
going to worry about." Saturday.
Nine-year NFL linebacker If the Patriots think he won't .^ "
Niko Koutovides was among be able to play until Week 7, -'--' -'
those released. they would leave him on the 'g'",'-. .=
Koutovides, who played the physically unable to perform 8 '
past two years in New Eng- list, which would mean he has
land, saw action in the final to wait sixweeks before he can
14 regular-season and both practice or play. THE-ASSOCIATED PRESS
postseason games last year. New England Patriots quarterback Tim Tebow
He made eight special teams See TEBOW, Page 2B was not cut by the team Monday. L
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12B TUESDAY, AUGUST 27,2013


Florida Football


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Florida hopes to have running back Matt Jones in the lineup when it visits Miami next week.


Gators hopeflMorrison,


Jones wll be on field at Miami


TheA.sociatedPress of coming back too early.
-. -* 'We're waiting on the blood
GAINESVILLE .The work to get back today.
Florida Gators plan to have "I'll know more later."
starting running backMatt' Morrison, a sophomore,
Jones and middle lineback- would have been an open-
er Antonio Morrison back ing-day starter if not for
in. the lineup when they two offseason arrests. He
' visit Miami next week. allegedly punched a night-
Jones, hit with a viral in- club bouncer July 16 when
fection in July, is nearing the man declined to give
fulll strength, according to him discounted admis-
Florida coach Will Mus- sion. He agreed to deferred
'champ. Jones has been prosecution.
ruled out for Saturday's He was arrested again
opener against Toledo, but five days later for barking
should be cleared soon at a police dog and resist-
As a freshman last sea- ingarrest, which prompted
son, Jones ranfor 275'yards .Muschamp to announce
and three touchdowns on a two-game suspension.
52 carries. The charges in that inci-
"I certainlythinkhe'llbe dent were dropped shortly
available nexi week," Mtis-,''afterward.
champ said. "We haven't 'After a thorough review
put pads on him yet and of Antonio Morrison's
he hasn't been out in the situation and how he has
heat yet: He has been in handled his punishment,
the heat as far as running I'm going to suspend him
is concerned, but they're for this game only," Mus-
just worried about a re- champ said Mondayriefer-
lapse from' a standpoint ring to the season opener.


-"ljust don't feel like his
Sections' warranted -a two-;,
game suspension.
"That's where we are with
that", -
Morrisorin played every
game for Florida last year
and started three times.
He was eighth on the teamn
with 34 tackles.
Muschamp declined to
specifyhow Morriso'ti has
been punished aside from
missing the Toledo game,
but was satisfied withhis
apology ',arid. willingness'
to work hisway back into
good standing with the
program. rmseu
"I think he's remorseful
about the whole situation,"
, Muschamp said., 'We've
moved forward. Guys
make mistakes and have
poor judgment at times.,"
Nexi week's game will
be the first between No.
10 Flborida 'and Miami
since 2008, and could be
the last time the schools
play in the regular season.


This game will complete a'
home-and-home contract,
and both programs have
indicated no intention of-
signing another one.
Florida also announced
that Offensive tackle Chaz,
Green will need season-
ending surgery to repair
a torn labrum he suffered
last week. Green, a .red-
shirt junior, was expected
to start at right tackle,
against Toledo.
,"The Gators already are
going into the season with-
out starting right guard
Jon Halapio, who has not
practiced since tearing
his left pectoral muscle
while weightlifting in July.
Halapio has been. ruled
out for the first two games,
and the team hopes to get
him back Sept. 21 against
Tennessee.
Without those two, Flori-
da will start red-shirt senior'
Kyle Koehne at right guard
and Nebraska transfer Ty-
ler Moore at right tackle.'


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Miami Football


New year, old


issue remams


for Hurricanes
The Associated Press There are no players
left on the team with any
CORAL GABLES It true link to the NCAA
almost seems like a: ritual investigation, which re-
now at Miami. The first volves around -a former
game week of the season booster who is now serv-
arrives, accompanied by ing a 20-year sentence for
questions about an NCAA running a $930 million
investigation. Ponzi scheme. But many
It happened that. way have paid a stiff price for
in 2011, shortly after the misdeeds of others: Mi-
Nevin Shapiro scandal ami hasn't been to a bowl
broke, game in either of the past
It happened again last two seasons because of
year, when more alle- the investigation, though
gations "were swirling school officials are confi-
around Miami. dent that the postseason
And form held Monday, will await the Hurricanes
as the Hurricanes started in 2013.
preparing for Friday's The university, and its
opener against FloridaAt- legal team, have been
lantic. More than 10weeks bracing for the NCAA to
after the NCAAs Commit- announce .the' sanctions
tee on Infractions heard for several weeks. Why
Miami's .case against the that 0iasn't happened re-
litanyof charges theNCAA mains anyone's guess,
presented the schoolwith though with the number
in February the Hurri- of individuals and at-
canes are still' Waiting to tomeys involved in the
see what sanctions, if any, process, it's also not cor,
are coming their way. pletely .surprising that
"I hope we have a ma- Miami did not get a swift
ture group. I really do," resolution, either.
Miami -coach Al Golden' And for his part, Golden
said. "I hope our guys are said he was upset to get,
focused on just one thing, the question when, his
and that's Florida Atlantic weekly news conference
and getting better today., started IMonday, when
Man, 1 feel like we did. asked if he's now upset
I feel like we came over about the length of the
here with a purposee" wait for an answer.


Tebow
From Page 1B

If the 'Patriots believe
he could be ready before
Game 7, he will be on the
roster, taking up a spot
until he's ready.
"Coach'Bill Belichick, ad-
dressing reporters Mon-
day, said the club is. going
about the business of fi-
nalizing the roster- and
that includes the usual
Slate-camp talks with oth-
er teams about potential
acquisitions.
"There's a lot of things
we're still kicking around,"
he said. "Some things will
take care of themselves,
some 'things will settle
themselves."


Indians
From Page 1B

defense. There are no real
expectations. I want to get
them out there and see
where we are and see what
we can do against some
competition. It's kind of like
a rehearsal; that's all it is."
The Indians had their
fist practice in pads Mon-
day, with the first week
being confined mostly to
installing the offense and
defense and trying to get
all of the kids in place.
Cox said that he has been
happy with what he has
seen from his players giv-
en how restricted they've
been in whatthey've been
able todo thus far.
"We've been very limited.
That's where we are, but
the kids have had a good
attitude," he said. "They've
been here every day and
we've been getting it orga-
nized. I thinkwe're finished
with all that and now we
can get into football. We've
got plenty of time. We've
Jgot five games to play and


.As far as Thursday's 6s, .are alot of things we need
the players didn't have to work on one, the
to be reminded Monday health of our team; the
about what happened. (needed) rest of our team,'
Askedifhe anidhisteam- certainly .our execution,
mates got the message preparation, all those
from Belichick after the, things. We need plenty of
game, second-year line- work there, too."
backer Dont'a Hightower NOTES:" Amendola,
said, "Message might be aware of the team's policy
an understatement,. when it comes to injuries,
"He definitely said what wouldn't say if he would
he had to' say and I. feel have played had last
like everybody's got that Thursday's game been a
and everybody's bought regular-season contest.
in. Practice and film ... Also cut were wide re-
,study and everything like ceiver Kamar Aiken, rook-
that went smooth today, ie cornerback Brandon
so we just have to pull Jones, cornerbackLeQuan
together." Lewis and rookie long
Said Belichick: "Regard- snapper Mike Zupancic.
less of what happened Rookie defensive lineman
Thursday night, we've still -Cory Grissom aid tackle
got a lot of workto do on Markus Zusevics were.
our football team. There placed on injured reserve


we look forward to it and
we'll go from there.
"The goal is still to send
as many of these kids as we
can over to Sneads. If we
can send 30 kids to Sneads
and get them playing and
learning technique and
fundamentals when they


go to the next level, we'll
be successful. We just want
to teach them what they
need so that when they go
to high schoolit's a smooth
transition."
The Indians open the
regular season Sept. 5 at
home against Vernon.


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information to get ahead
or to make a quick and
necessary decision that
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Alabama Football


-Alabama
quarterback
AJ McCarron
works through
drills during
practice
Saturday in
Tuscaloosa.
THEASSOCIATED
PRESS


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Tide downplays talk of 3 titles


The Associated Press

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -
Alabama quarterback AJ
McCarron offers a primer
for what it takes to fit ih
with the top-rankedCrim-
son Tide football team.
For starters, don't fixb-
ate on the shot at a his-
toric three-peat, BCS-or-
bust expectations or the
anointment by pollsters
as the team to beat.
It's all about Virginia
Tech, taking it one game
at a time, staying focused
and all the other cliches
that get. trotted out in the
footballibuildingeach year
about this time. In short,
ignore what coach -Nick
Saban puts under the "ex-
ternal factors" umbrella.
"I feel like if you don't
think that way, you're
kind of irrelevant a little
to the team," McCarron
said. Monday. "Everybody
needs to have the same


mindset. We can't worry
about what everybody
thinks, what everybody's
predicting. Just go out and
play the game and take
one play at a lime, one
game at a time and we'll
be all right."
That starts Saturday in
Atlanta with ;the Hokies,
who are coming off a 7-6,
season.
' But hard as the coaches
and players try to ignore
it, the Tide is aiming to.
make history. Major col-
lege football has had re-
peat national champs 10
times since the first AP
poll in.1936. None, how-
ever, has made it three in
a row and none has gone
wire-to-wire at No. 1 since
USC in 2004. '
But Alabama has the
expectations born of win-
ning 49 games and three
national titles the :last
four seasons. The excep-
tion was a 2010 team that


opened at No. 1 and lost'a
whopping- by the Tide's
current standards three
times.
Right or wrong, that sea-
son became an oft-cited
example of what can hap-
pen if a team buys into the
hype..
"IYt's an example but
we've been preaching that
for years now," McCar-
ron said. "We can't worry
about it. That was a dif-
ferent feam then and it's
*a different team now. Got
different players and dif-
ferent mindsets among
the team as individuals.
We've got to focus on our
goal this year, our pur-
pose to be out there. You
don't really win the game
on Saturday. You win it ev-
erv day before that."
.Once. agaih, Alabama
has a chance' to make a
statement early. The Tide
has played a ranked team
from a BCS conference


other than the SEC in the
first or second game each
of the past five seasons
and won all of them. The
closest callwas when fifth-
ranked Alabama beat No.
7 Virginia Tech 34-24 to
start the 2009 title season,
including a 41-14 rout of
No. 8 Michigan last year,
in Arlington, Texas.
The Hokies aren't ranked
but Saban calls them a
"good all-around team."
Thistime the Tide has
back-to-back potential
statement games, count-
'ing the Sept. 14 visit to No.
7 Texas A&M after an open
date.
Saban has had few pub-
lic gripes about his team's
attitude or focus during
preseason camp, a good
sign with a coach who's
not given to sugarcoat-
ing. Monday he praised
the team's work ethic and
the way the leadership is
developing.


Bulldogs
From Page 1B

Justin continues to grow
and he can manage this
offense (he's going to con-
tinue at QB)," the coach
said. "Justin is not a selfish
guy, so he won't have any
issues with (sharing time),
and Herman isn't a selfish
guy either. These are two
goodguys and there's'not
a lot of ego there. Both are
great athletes."
Each was noted by
Beach for their play
against Wakulla, though
the coach said that the
whole team gave a perfor-
mance to be proud of in
the preseason contest.
However, he said that
his players shouldn't be
-hanging their hats on
their effort against the
War Eagles, especially
with the real season set to
start Friday.
"I think the guys are
excited, but we have to
keep them calm and re-
alize that we've still got a
lot of work to do and a lot
of little mistakes that we
have to correct," Beach
said. "We have to make
constant improvement
and not be complacent.
We played a very good
Wakulla team, but they
didn't have a lot of their
players. I don't thinkwe've
done anything yet. That's
Just my personal opinion,
and we've :stressed that
to the kids. They're work-
ing hard and the effort is
there; they just have to
keep learning."
The Bulldogs will face a
Tornadoes squad certain-
ly motivated to get things
going in 2013 after going
3-7 in each of the last two

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LSU Football


Miles vague on Hin's status vs. TCU:


The Associated Press

BATON ROUGE, La. -
Les Miles is keeping TCU
guessing about .whether
LSU running back Jeremy
Hill, the Tigers' leading
rusher last season, will
play in Saturday night's
season opener.
The Tigers' 'coach said
Monday that Hill will miss
some playing .time .be-
cause of his arrest in late
April. However, Miles is not
specifying when Hill might
serve that punishment,
or how long the duration
might be..'
"Jeremy Hill is going to
sustain discipline," Miles
said. "We said earlier that
... he would be withheld
from play. That's going to
take place. Our discipline
will be. interrial at 'this
point, and [don't think we
have muchfurther to say."
AskedwhetherHillwould
travel to Dallas for No. 12
LSU's matchup with the
20th-ranked Horned Frogs,
Miles remained vague.
"We're not going to com-
ment on that at this point,


but I wouldn't be surprised
that he would be on our
trip," the coach said.
' When a reporter, asking
for clarification, pointed
out that Miles did not of-
fer any details- about the
length or timing of Hill's
benching, Miles interject-
ed, "Nor will.I ...Again, the
discipline will be internal,
(it) will be something that
we will deal with as a team.
No further comment."
SThe 20-year-old Hill
pleaded guilty in July to
misdemeanor battery in
connection with a punch
he threw outside a bar
last spring au incident
caught on video by a mo-
bile phone.
Hill was re-instated to
the team in early August
after a judge ruled the run-.
ning back could remain on
probation with new re-
strictions even though
he'd violated his probation
for an earlier misdemean-
or plea stemming from a
sexual relationship with a
14-year-old girl while Hill
was in high school.
SThat first plea deal al-


lowed Hill to enroll at LSU
in 2012, when he rushed
for 755 yards and 12 touch-
downs. Hill emerged as the
Tigers' top running back
after starter Alfred Blue
went down with a season-
ending injury in the third
game.
Blue has returned this
season, as-has junior run-
ning back Kenny Hilliard.
Blue noted Monday thht
Miles gave LSU players
a vote on whether Hill
should be reinstated, and
that the team supported
Hill's return.
'As a teammate, I want
Jeremy to play," Blue said.
"I think the team feels the
same way. We voted him
back and I think every-
body deserves a second
chance.".
Hill is one of two players
who are expected to play
for LSU this season while
on probation. Last week,
freshman defensive back
Ricky Jefferson pleaded
guilty to misdemeanor
resisting arrest and also
received two years' proba-
tion. That stemmed from


his scuffle with a plain-
clothes Jefferson Parish
sheriff's investigator at a
suburban New Orleans
Mlardi Gras parade last
winter, while Jefferson was
still in high school..
Jefferson, who has not
been disciplined for the
arrest that occurred be-
fore he enrolled at LSU, is
expected to play for the Ti-
gers as a freshman, though
how prominent his role
will be remains to be seen.


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seasons.
Regardless of Bay's pre-
vious record, the Torna-
does represent a step up
in class for the Bulldogs,
who Beach said will need
to be better this Friday
than they were last if
they're to come away with
awin.
"Obviously it's going
to be a tough one travel-
ing down to Tommy Oli-
ver and playing a bigger
school. It's a part of the
big mountain that we're
trying to climb here," he
said. "We've gotten a little
better each time out. We
played Rickards (in the
spring) and then played
Wakulla and showed some
growth. We're excepting to
keep growing this week
and every.week. That's all
we can expect."

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NEEDED I BUY SEALED/
UNEXPIRED BOXES
CALL BOB (334) 219-4697
OR (850y 710-0189
f.S Home Health
^j^.ijgg Equipment
SiJl^Hi^9S~2 adult comomodes. $40 ea.
Commodes hiave all the
necessary parts. Shower/ bath bench. $40.
Very sturdy. Folding walker $30. 24v Merits
Power Chair $1,600. Power chair has new bat-
teries and charger. All prices are negotiable.
All equipment in excellent condition and comes
with all the necessary parts. All equipment is
clean and sanitary. Call Mike Tatum. 334-464-
2333


Wanted: Old Coins, Gold,
Diamonds, Guns, And Tools
West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-671-1440.

S.Compost Tea .
Why Compost Tea?Compost tea makes the
nutrients in the soil'more readily available to
othe plants therefore increasing nutrient uptake
and providing'protection for your plants from:
pest and disease. My. compost tea has a broad
array of minerals that soils today usually lack.
You will .notice thebenefits of this product im-
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grower in every type of growing condition
whether it be for your lawn, flowergarden,
vegetable garden or a much larger scale like
S' a farm contact me for yourcompost tea.
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MICLANEOS FOR AL
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Call for pictures 334-618-4862
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Flatbed Trailer: 10.000 lb. haul weight: 6"
channel tongue & frame; 2 5200# brake axles
A& breakaway box; 15" 8-ply radial tires; heavy
duty treadplate fenders; 2"x8" pressure treat-
ed wood floor; 5' chain up ramps; 7000# drop-
leg jack: 3" channel crossmembers (@ 18" on
center; 2-5/16" coupler. $2,200. Call Paul at
334-397-4684.




1 t. Free Rescued Dogs Black Labs, Beautiful
Piltts, Lab Mixes, Small Mixed Breeds,
2,- f & mn Beagles 6 mo. old mix 2-sm. Terriers
Springer Spaniel & German Shepherd
All Shots Call 334-791-7312
AKC Reg. Havanese male 12 wks old. white,
very small and all shots rare non shedding
n $800.334-685-9266.
CKC Shilh Tzu Males -born June 26, one
brown/white with black mask, one
black/white. $300: CKC Maltese Male -born
June 21, white with cream ears $400; CKC Mini
Schnauzer Female -born April 6. $250 shots,
wormed and dew claws removed.
Text forpictures. 850-849-2637 ,, .
Dobermans: AKC. 5 males 3 females.
I have black, blue, and blondes left. $450.
Call 334-621-0352 334-775-1700
Lost Dog: 8/25 Yorkie, Sheffield Dr. 14 yrs old,
blind, deaf, pancreatitis, diabetic, needs insulin
2x day, special diet. Offering large'reward. Call
850-482-2868
Mixed Beagle & Boxer (9) 1st. shots 6 wks. old
$20. ea. 334-712-2121. approved home only.

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Confirmation classes,
$50. for 6 weeks
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Starting September 10th
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more. 2 miles West of Hwy 167 dn Nortek Rd.
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50# cleaned & bagged Oates
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[ S69.95 buy2
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By appointment
334-692-3695


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The Jackson County Floridan newspaper
has an immediate opening for a part-time
news clerk to handle various community
listings columns, assist people in the
newsroom and answer telephone calls and
questions, from the public. The successful
applicant should possess excellent written
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Large Bowl hand painted (Rensburg) $35.
Sugar & Creamer.-golden crown german china
$45. Sugar & Creamer (Knowles) $45.
Chair $30.850-263-1039
Thermostat Woodall's $70. Toshiba' DVD/Video
player & remote $75. 850-526-4264


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1BR 1BA Furnished Apt. in Cypress, $400 /mo
+ dep. ind. water/garblawn/pest control
850-592-2359 / 850-209-7195
A. M.U.JUJ.U NFURNISHED


*Studio Apt-Marianna
S49/m. $400/e
ind des electc / Water / trash,
SN. Petslyr.: ease .

1 R Apt-Maiafna.
new-flooring/paint
$525/mo. S4U/deP. 1 yr. lease No Pets
Ci : Joanne 850 693570


3BR/1BA 1712 Mission Rd. Furn iouse CH&A,
with carport $650. Mo. + $650 Dep. No smoking
or Pets. Credit Report & lyr lease required.
Call 850-638-6405 for appointment.


1 & 2BR Apartments hi Mariannam
2& 3BR Mobile Homes-Rent t-OwnM
Lot rent Included., For detls
S 850-557-3432 or 850-1446515" 4
1BR/1BA Completely Remodeled, 5 minutes
from Wal-mart, engery efficient, tankless
: water heater, all apple No Smoking or Pets!
$475 Mo. + $475 Dep. Call 850-573-6198.,'
| I 3/2 DbL Wd. Mobile Home (by Itself)
Son quiet lot in Seads.850-209-8595
3BR/1.SBA Brick Home 2589 McClain St.'
Cottondale $750. Mo + Dep 334-714-8343
or 334-714-9553 .-- [
3BR /2BA single family home w/garage and big
back yard. Located in great neighborhood.
$700/month and $500 dep. CR & A required.
Call.954-445-2451 for appointment. .
Austh Tyler& Co *
1*' Quality Homes & Apartrfients
850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business"
Cozy 1ibedroom, 1 bath ,eat-in-kitchen,
living rm, quiet area $475'mo. plus utilities.
850-566-9902 'r' '
' MOBI []LE HlOMES F~OR RENT

2/1 MH'S in Kynsville $380. mo. $380. dep.
850-579-8882/850-209-1664/850-573-1851
SNice Country Living 4
&2 &a3 blirm mobile Homes I" Cottondale.
S$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer Included.
http:// wwww.chaioscontrylving.com.
850-2094847

2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. I
NO PETS CH&A $325- $50O/Month
Please call 850-258-1594 or
850-638-8570 Leave Message

S2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes
S in Marianna& Sneads (850)209-8595 I
3/2 DW in Malone, CH/A, No pets, security .
neg., Section 8 ok. 850-594-9991 or 850-557-
.7719 .
3BR 2BA, Mb. Hm on priv. lot, total elec. on
pave road near Blue Springs, water & yard
malnt. Access for Fishing & swimming, No Pets
n $575. mo + dep, 850-638-7822
Quiet, well maintained Park, Water/sewer/
garbage/lawn included. 3/2 $625,3/2 $550.
& 2/1 Brick Duplex $600. w/carport
N* Joyce Riley RE 850-209-7825 A
iSmal Qlet anfly riented Park'- 1,2 &3BR
I'- lMH for Rent idludes water, arbige,'
k'fwh car. Nd Pets 450-592-1639



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3000 sq: fLt. Warehouse, Semi-loading dock
Total 5500 sq.t f$S3950. mo.85l0-718-6541.




.. ATV FOR SAIEI!
2013 Polaris RZR 800.
Seats 2, low hours and'
comes with a four year
extbndedwarranty. In
great conditions. $13,300.
347-1302 or 494-0724 for questions or to see!


The Classifieds:


- Basstracker 1988,
Mercury 60 HP,
depth finder, trailer,
excellent condition,
$2,300 334-6320018
Lancer 16' Stick Steering Boat, 60hp Mercury 4
stroke motor w/stainless steel 3-blade prop;
on board charger;, Motor-Guide trolling motor
w/46 lb. thrust and foot control; 2 Minn Kota
electric anchors;Lawrence..depth/fish finder; 2
nice cushioned seats; Aerated live well; Drive-
on trailer w/greasaBle hubs and spare tire;
[very few hours]. Asking price: $13,000 OBO
(Home: 229-732-6421) (Cell: 229-310-9795)
Quantum 1989 17ft., Fish-N-Ski, w/85hp Force
Motor, AM/FM, CB, depth finder, trolling motor,
power-tilt, trailer, live wells, low hours, good
condition, $3,500 334-355-1373 -
Stratos Bass Boat, 201 Pro XL w/Trailer,, 2003
Evinrude 225 h.p; (low hours), Trolling motor,
GPS, 2 Depth finders, extra. SS Prop., Built in
Battery Charger. Lots of Extras, Excellent con-
dition, garage kept Must see! $8,495 229-334-
0224




2004 Nissan Titan LE
crew cab (full four door).
cold A/C Rockford Fosgate
premium sound system, '6
disc CD changer & auxilary.
input, tow mode power
locks & windows. Leather, 2nd row separate
audio, new battery. 121k mi. $10,900.618-2507.
Chevrolet 2012 Sonic LTZ Turbo: Victory red, 4
door, loadedcwitiileatherriterior, sunroof, un-
der 10k miles, bought new in April 2013, 40
MPG, mint condition $17,000. Call334-347-1072
- Ford 1996 Taurus GL Wag,
on. loaded, cold air,'good
tires, extra cleam, only
30,000 miles, $3695. Call
334-790-7959.
Ford 1998 Explorer XL 4WD, SOHC V-6 Engine,
Low mileage engine and tires, new front end,
new rotors and pads all around. Weathertec
mats and cargo tray. Luggage rack and cargo
roller cover. 2 volume set of dealer shop m(nan-
uals, well maintained, garage kept. Much more.
Priced below KBB. $3,500. Call 334-886-2163
Ford 2008 Mustang GT
GrAbber Orange. Premium
Edition. Garage kept, one
owner & only 71,800 miles.
Clear title. Never been in an accident nqr had.
any mechanical issues. Excellent condition.
KBB rates the car worth $16,800 and I am only
asking $15,500 OBO. Car is located in Enter-
prise, AL. 334-360-0045 for more information.
;.Ui4. GMC 2001 Yukon XL Denali
S Burgundy w/beige leather
interior and heated seats.
Front and rear AC controls,
equipped with Bose 6 CD changer system.
Comes with tinted windows and rear defogger
also has third row seats and is fully loaded.
Has keyless entry and security system in place.
It has 284,306 miles mostly highway and it is a
good family vehicle. $4,500. 850-526-1819




.c mVMEGAS GIVE AWAY ..
-- .Call Steve Pope 33483-9550
I Lexus 2000 GS 300
Gold w/tan leather interi-
or. Air, sunroof, all power,,
AM/FM/CD, 100k miles.
Excellent condition. $10,000 firm. Call 671-8178
Mercedes-Benz 2006 C-350, Capri Blue, 4-Door.
Sun-Roof & Many More Extras-Like New Mint
Condition 19,226 miles $14,995 334-687-6502,
334-479-6490. '
Mercury Grand Marquis 2004 113K miles, runs
good, cpld air, light brown in color. $5000.
850-638-1947
SVolkswagen 2006 Beetle
Convertible. Car is in great
condition. 77k miles.
$8,500. Call 334-792-1580


S2002 Harey Davidson Ultra
H ~Classic Electra Glide.
J S S Loaded. Custom purple/
a ~black paint. Chromed out.
Garaged. 14,750 miles.
In excellent condition.
$13,500. Call 334-792-8701 or 714-4548.
"Hariey Davidson 2007 Dyna Wide & Glide, black
w/silver trimt.$14,000 low miles, garage kept
96cubic inch engine, 6-sp. trans, new tires, -
boss saddle bags many, mustang seat'/"
and extras 850-557-0313.
Harley Davidson 2009 Soft-Tail Custom with
new RC component, wheels, rotors, belt pully,
brakes & tires, exc. cond. 13K miles, garage
kept, like.new '$12,000. FIRM 334-596-8581.
Honda 2006 vTX 1300RS:
black, like new, water
cooled, shaft drive, only
7200 original njles $5,000.
Call 334-648-6166


SuzuSld 2005 Burgman
S 400 automatic motorcycle,
blue, water cool engine &
Sfuel injected, exc. cond.
4,000 miles, adult owned,
1 $2,500.50 mpg city.
334-797-4070.
Yamaha 206 V-Star 1100 custom, red in color,
lots of chrome, windshield $4900. 334-618-2068.


Ford 2003 Expedition,
Eddie Bauer Edition,
$5999.99. Call 334-984-
2015.1

Toyota 1996 4 Runner,






BOX TRUCK 2004 Frieghtlner M-226 ft .with
attic, air brakes, cat engine, 6 sp.trans.
26,000 gvwr, 1951 miles, exc. cond. $14,500.
Call: 334-9798-1221
Chevy 1994 C15i d Pick-up silver in color,
147,700 miles, For more information
Call: 850-579-4303.
iFord 2006 F-250, Fx4 Turbo
Diesel, Leather, many ex-
tras, only 74,000 miles. .
$22,995. DEAL MAX AUTO,
Call 334-479-8402. '
Tractor Yanmar Diesel 1986 with bush hog &
rebuilt engine, runs great'! $3260.0 .
Call Dean 334-983-3164. .


Ford 2005 FreestaiSE Vain: Handicap, beige'
wtlthcloth interior, 85k miles, equipped with
VMI system, very clean, new fuel pump, new'
tires, rebuilt trans, garage kept, cold AC, tie
dawn system. $18,995 NEG.,.Call 334-301-6064
or 334-301-0988 Or 334-301-1204
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 32-2012-CA-0M0889
REGIONS BANK D/B/A REGIONS MORT-
GAGE
Plaintiff,
V.
KELLYJ. MCDANIEL; GREGORY W. MCDANIEL;
UNKNOWN TENANT 1; UNKNOWN TENANT 2;
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER.ORAGAINST THE ABOVE
NAMED DEFENDANTSS, WHO (IS/ARE) NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM AS HEIRS ,,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, SPOUSES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS; REGIONS BANK,
Defendants. *


1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF NOTICE OFSALE
YOUR TOWING NEEDS!' NOTICE0SALE
0;(M.a. 70", Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the
7F7 -n i- ,fSummary Final Judgment of Foreclosure en-
AUTO BODY & RECYCLING tered on August 12,2013, in this cause, in the
PAYINO TOP DOLLAR FOR JK CARS Circuit Court of Jackson County, Florida, the
Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 clerk shall sell the property situated in Jackson
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DESCRIPTION: LOT NO. 2 OF PARCEL NO. 4 OF
INDIAN SPRINGS AN UNRECORDED PLAT.
COMMENCE AT AN EXISTING CONCRETE
MONUMENT MARKINGTHE SOUTHWEST COR-
NER OF SECTION 7, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
RANGE 9 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA,
THENCE N.0635'22"W., A DISTANCE OF 310.18
FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT MARKING
THE P.T. OF A CURVE, THENCE, N-3803'31"W.,
A DISTANCE OF 30.00 FEET TO A NAIL AND DISC
IN THE CENTERLINE OF OLD HICKORY ROAD,
THENCE N.5156'29"E., 512.60 FEET, THENCE
S.7743'04"E. A DISTANCE OF 742.37 FEET,
THENCE N.7513'27"E., A DISTANCE OF 200.00
FEET TO A NAILAND DISC IN THE CENTERLINE
OF INDIAN SPRINGS ROAD, THENCE
N.1446'33"W., A DISTANCE OF 539.41 FEET,
THENCE N.4118'31"E,, A DISTANCE OF 1096.41
FEET, THENCE N.1213'27"E., A DISTANCE OF
870.00 FEET, THENCE N.8039'15"E., 816.51
FEET, THENCE N.1243'45"E., A DISTANCE OF
240.00 FEET, THENCE N.77016'15"W., 30.00
FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT ON THE
WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF AN EXISTING
PAVED ROAD MARKING THE P.T. OF A CURVE,
THENCE N.7716'15"W., A DISTANCE OF 300.00
FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT, THENCE
N.1243'45"E., A DISTANCE OF 683.71 FEET TO
A CONCRETE MONUMENT MARKING THE P.C.
OF A CURVE; SAID CURVE BEING CONCAVE TO-
WARDS THE LEFT, HAVING A DELTA ANGLE OF
S6323'20", A RADIUS OF 317.20 FEET, AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 350.93 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT MARKING THE P.T. OF SAID
CURVE, THENCE N.50039'35"W., A DISTANCE
OF 104.53 FEET AND CALL THIS THE POINT OF
BEGINNING, THENCE N.503935"W., A DIS-
TANCE OF 122.00 FEET TO A CONCRETE MONU-.
MENT, THENCE N.32006'-7"E., A DISTANCE OF
.270.44 FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT ON
THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF A PAVED
ROAD, THENCE S.7730'08"E., ALONG THE
SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY, A DISTANCE OF
70.24. FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT,
THENCE S.5039'35"E., ALONGTHE SOUTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY, A DISTANCE OF 100.0,0 FEET TO
A CONCRETE MONUMENT, THENCE
S.4036'01"W., A DISTANCE OF 300.07 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING. THIS PARCELS LO-
CATED IN THE NORTH 1/2 OF SECTION 7,
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 9 WEST, JACKSON
COUNTY; FLORIDA. THE ABOVE DESCRIBED
PARCEL IS AND SHALL BE SUBJECT TO A POW-
ER LINE AND TELEPHONE LINE EASEMENT BE-
ING 30 FEET WIDE ACROSS THE SOUTHERLY
LINE OF SAID PROPERTY.
a/k/a 2779 SEMINOLE DR, MARIANNA,'FL 32446
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder,
for cash, at the North door of the Jackson
County Courthouse, 4445 Lafayette Street, Ma- ,
riannaFL 32446, on September 19,2013 at
11:00 AM. ,.,
Any person claiming an interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any, other than the property
Owner as of the date of the lis pendens must
file a claim within 60 days after the sale.
/s/By: .Tammy Bailey
Clerk of Court
DOUGLAS C. ZAHM, P.A. "
12425 28th Street North, Suite 200
St petersburg, FL 33716
727-536-4911 phone / FAX 727-539-1094 fax
IF YOU AREA PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO
NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO
PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED, AT NO EXTRA COST TO YOU, TO THE
PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE
CONTACT JANE CHAFIN, COURT MANAGER,
P.O. BOX 510, MARIANNA, FL 32447, 850-482-..
9552, WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RE-
CEIPT OF THIS SUMMONS. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL TDD 1-800-955-
S8771 OR 1-800-955-8770 (V) VIA FLORIDA RELAY
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NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING -


-Notice is hereby given to all residents, property
owners, taxpayers and citizens of the Town of
Sneads, Florida,.that the Sneads Town Council
will meet in public session at 6:00 p.m. on Tues-
day, September 10,2013, at the Town Hall with
the following proposals to be considered.
1. The adoption of an ordinance entitled:.,
AN ORDINANCE, OF THE TOWN OF SNEADS
AMENDING AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE
CHARGING OF FEES FOR THEPURPOSE OF PRO-
VIDING FUNDS TO COVER THE COSTS OF SERV-
ICES PROVIDED BY THE TOWN OF SNEADS FIRE
DEPARTMENT FOR THOSE WITHIN THE CITY.
LIMITS OF THE TOWN; REPEALING ANY ORDI-
NANCE IN CONFLICT HEREWITH; PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE
2. Such other matters may come before the
Council.
A copy of the p-oposed ordinance is on file
With the City Clerk arid may be inspected
at anytime during regular business hours. All
persons having an interest in theabove pro-
poseo ordinance, or being otherwise effected
are invited to attend and be heard.
TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNEADS,'
FLORIDA. .
BY:/s/Sherri B. Griffin, City Clerk


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Few things are more stressful

than trying to take care

of a loved one. That's why

Emerald Coast provides

help with emotional,

spiritual and physical needs.

The stress of caring for a loved one can
be overwhelming. That's where hospice
from Emerald Coast can help. Our care is
part of the Medicare Benefit for all eligible
patients and is covered by most insurance
plans. Emerald Coast Hospice is a leader in
clinical care and uncompromising service.
Sb if you're struggling to care for
someone you love, don't wait.
Get help today.


24/7 availability, nurse on call
Having a nurse on call gives you
peace of mind and a trusted
resource that can relieve stress.


1Medical equipment covered
and delivered
All medical equipment related to
the hospice diagnosis is covered.
And delivered.


.=. Prescriptions related to
,,,.'7- hospice illness covered
iWith hospice, all medications related
to the hospice diagnosis are covered
* -under the Medicare Benefit.


Incontinence and other
supplies covered
All// supplies related to the hospice
diagnosis, such as adult briefs,
are covered.


Hospice Aide helps
with personal care
Our aide provides a valuable service
by assisting with personal care such
as bathing and dressing.
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For more information, call 855.855.9925, or visit www.emeraldcoasthospice.org/home2
to view our video, "Hospice and Your Loved One."


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