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vol 90 No 190


Attempted murder suspect nabbed


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com

A Graceville man accused of trying
to kill his father with a machete last
Saturday was captured in Jefferson
County late Sunday afternoon, a day
after allegedly attacking his father,
then stealing his truck and one of his
guns.
Wendel Gene Seaman, 36, of 4001
Highway 77, was pulled over by the
Florida Highway Patrol and arrested
without incident Sunday around
5:30 p.m. Eastern Time,, according
to a press release from the Jackson


county Sheriff's Office. Jefferson
County Sheriff's Office assisted FHP
at the stop.
,, Seaman is charged
S in the case with' at-
tempted felony mur-
dqr, grand theft of a
I motor vehicle, and
grand theft of a firIe-
Seaman arm. Jackson County
Sheriff Lou Roberts
said it's his understanding that, at
the time of the traffic stop, Seaman
was driving his father's truck, a 1989
burgundy and silver Chevrolet, and
that the tag it bore was the one as-


signed to the vehicle.
Authorities had been called to Sea-
man's residence Saturday on reports
of a possible stabbing at the address.
When they arrived, they were told
that Seaman had struck his father in
the back of the neck with a machete
as his elder opened the refrigera-
tor door in the family residence in
:Graceville, and that Seaman then
bound his father's hands with duct
tape. Officials say Seaman allegedly
threatened to kill his dad. His father
was able to get away temporarily
See SUSPECT, Page 7A


BRING ON THE BIRD-WATCHERS


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This robin is one of the creatures that draw bird-watchers to Northwest Florida,
and Jackson County Tourist Development Council is trying to spread the word
about nature's winged beauties in this region of the state. Jackson County
Commissioners recently approved spending some advertising dollars to turn more


S bird-lovers'heads this way.



Artists'

deadline f

nears

Afternoon with
the Arts is right
around the corner
S Staff Report "
Artists who want to par-
ticipate in this year's Sun-
day Afternoon with the
Arts exhibit have just a few
more weeks to get their
entry forms in to The Art-
ists Guild of Northwest
Florida. The entry deadline
is Oct. 1.
To ,obtain a form, contact
Michele Tabor Kimbrough
at mtk4art@embarqmail.
com, Sam Carnley'at sam-
camnley@gmail.com or see R
the Guild's webpage at tag- Ra
nwfl.org. The site contains pla
additional information
about entry and exhibit
guidelines.
Artists can enter up to -el
three pieces of visual or lit-
erary art free of charge. The R
exhibit at the Chipola Col-
lege Cultural Center opens
with a reception on Nov. 3
from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and A
pal
See DEADLINE, Page 7A las
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United Way


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PHOTOS BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
nald McDonald House of Northwest Florida representative Susan Brady, (right) talks with
chel Mohler (left) and Jessica Jackson (center) about how families are helped by having a
ice to stay when their children are receiving medical care in Pensacola.


local families with ailing
children find respite at
onald McDonald House
From'staff reports
Us the United Way fundraising cam-
ign got underway in Jackson County
t week, many people associated with


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the dozens of entities it helps turned out
at the kickoff luncheon in the Jackson
County Agriculture Center. .
Susan Brady was there on behalf of the
Ronald McDonald House in Pensacola,
for instance. It would be a mistake to
assume that a house 2.5, hours away
from Jackson County can't be. relevant
to local need. In fact, 35 families from
See HOUSE, Page 7A


SOBITUARIES...7A


)) STATE...4-5A


Don't be guilty


of falling for


jury duty scam


From staff reports
If you get a suspicious
call about jury duty, be-
ware. Neighboring Wash-
ington County Sheriffs
Office is reporting a new


scam that's making the
rounds there.
Officials say that people
are getting calls from peo-
ple posing as U.S. District
. See SCAM, Page 7A


ANI6IE i'. '' FLOPIl['N
Bruce Baldwin talks with city commissioners about
plans for the Marianna Health and Rehabilitation Center
expansion project, Tuesday, Sept. 3, in Marianna.

MHRC looks to


become 'gem of


the Panhandle'


Special city
commission
meeting
Wednesday
BYANGIECOOK
acook@jcfloridan.com '
The city of Marianna is
looking to hire a health-
care facility design con-
sultant to help push the
upcoming Marianna
Health and Rehabilitation
Center expanst6n proj-
ect in the right direction,
with an eye on indus-
try innovation and cost
effectiveness.
That's how MHRC con-,
sultant Bruce Baldwin
presented the hiring pro-
posal to city commission-


ers during that board's
regular September meet-
ing. But not all members
were keen on the idea.
The expansion project,
which Baldwin loosely
estimated as costing $1.5
to million in MHRC cash
reserves, will involve de-
' molishing the old Health
Department building,
a new 7,000- to 10,000-
square-foot addition to
the existing MHRC facility
to house therapy and re-
storative care programs,,
and possibly private pa-
tient rooms and office
space, plus renovating:
existing space .vacated:
when the programs move..
.The current building Will:
also have several of its ex-
isting semi-private rooms
See DESIGN, Page 7A


Florida adds


license-free


fishing
From staff reports
Florida has added four
more license-free fishing
days to the calendar, two
for saltwater and two for
freshwater fishing holes
for a total of eight com-
bined for the two types of
water bodies.
For 2013, all but one of
those are centered around
two of the biggest nation-
al holidays of the year,
giving Floridians an extra
)) SPORTS...1B


days
opportunity to take their
out-of-state relatives on
a, family fishing expedi-
tion while they're still in
town for Thanksgiving or
Christmas celebrations.
The additional saltwa-
ter license-free fishing
days will be Oct. 12 and
Nov. 30 this year. The sec-
ond date falls on the Sat-
urday after Thanksgiving,
Nov. 30. The additional
See FISHING, Page 7A
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"'*i ': "TUESDAY, SEP1T.10 .. ;!,:

S)Jackson County School Board Special Meet-
,ing-7 a.m. at 2903 Jefferson St.. Marianna. Board
meetsto approve 2012-2013 Annual Financial
Report.'Agenda online at JCSB.org. Public welcome.
Call 482-1200.
D St. Anne Thrift Store Hours- 9 a.m.-1 p.m:.
Tuesday and Thursdays at 4285 Second Ave. in
'Marianna. New line of fall attire in. Call 482-3731.
wOptimist Club of Jackson County Board Meet-
ing -Noon at 4476 Broad St., Marianna. ,
)) Republican Club of West Florida Meeting
Noon at J;ms Buffet & Grill. 4329 Lafayette St..
Mariana. Guest speakers: Horier Hirt and Pam ,
Fuqua. Call 352-4984. ... '::- ':
A) Orientation Noon-3 p.m. at Goodwill Career .
Training Center, 4742 Highway 90. Marianna. Learn,
about and register for free services. Call.526-0139...
Sewing Circle- 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive. Marianna. Call 482-
5028. .. . .. .
'i Autism Support Group Meeting -'6-7:30 p.m.
in the First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, '
Marianna (Clinton Street entrance). This month's
: topics 'What is ABA (applied behavioral analysis)
and how will it help my child with autism?" Family
members, caregivers and service providers wel-,
come. Call 557-7146,573-4666. .
) American Legion Post 100 Dinner/Meeting
6 p.m. atthe Legion hall on U.S. 90 West, next to
the Armory, Marianna (If you see a military tank,
you are in the right place.).Meat furnished; bring
Sides and desserts. Dinner is followed by a 7p.m.
lbusiness,meeting with guest speaker Dr. Joe Gay
discussing chest pain. Call 482-3744.
Genealogy 101 -'6-7:3p p.m. Sept. 10, 17 and
24, at the Jackson County Public Library, 2929
Green St'in Marianna. This three-session course
for budding genealogists has tips and strategies on
'how to construct your family tree.Materials fee: $2.
Register today to hold your place. Call 482-9631.
, Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St.',Marianna.,

SWEDNESDAY.SEPT. 11,
)) PPLCS Directors Meeting-9 a.m. at Panhandle
Public Library Cooperative System'office, 2862
Madison St., Marianna. Call 482-9296.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon-
1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist'
Church, 2901'Caledonia St. in Marianna.


Community Calendar


Church Road, Malone. Presented by the church and
Woodmen of the World Lodge 65. Guest speaker:
-Charles Parker CaptainCHC,. USN-Ret and Presi-
dent for Development of The Baptist College of
Florida. Call 272-0815.

THURSDAY. SEPT. 12 ;
3 St. Anne Thrift Store Hours 9 a.m.-l p.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays at 4285 Second Ave. in
Marianna. New line of fall attire in. Call 482-3734, .
9 Chlpola Civic Club Meeting -Noon at The Oaks
-Restaurant. Highway 90, Marianna. Call 526-3142.:
i Job Club Noon-3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career
STraining Center, 4742 Highway 90, Marianna. Learn
job seeking/retention skills: get lob search assis-
tance. Call 526-0139.
3 Hospital Board of Trustees Building and
SGrounds Committee Meeting Noon in the Jack-
son Hospital boardroom. Manrianna. Call 718-2629.
3 D Jackson County School Board Workshop/
Public Hearing 4 p.m. in the JCSB meeting
toom, 2903 Jefferson St.. Marianna. Following the
Workshop, a public hearing starts at 5p.m. Public
.welcome for both. Call 482-1200. .
Town of Grand Ridge Budget Workshop/Meet-
ing 5:30 p.m. at Grand Ridge Town Hall. The '
,regular monthly council meeting for September will
Immediately follow the close of the workshop. Call':-
592-4621 ,
" Town of Grand Ridge Budget Workshop-5:30
ppm. in Grand Ridge Town Hall. Regular monthly
council meeting will follow.'Call 592-4621. *
Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group-
5:30p.m. at Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board
Room. Free to attend. Curriculum developed byex-
smokers for those whowant to become ex-smokers.
SCall 4'82-6500. ,
S))Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion,-.
8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 '
Caledonia St., Marianna, in theAA room-Attendance'
limited to persons with'a desire to stop drinking: .
papers will not be signed.: ,


learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631.
) 3rd Annual NE Jackson County Optimist Club
Golf Tournament -11 a.m. (registration, meal) at
SIndian Springs Golf Club in Marianna. Play kicks
off with a 12:30 p.m. shotgun start. Cost: $55
(golf, greens fee. cart fee, meal, chance at prizes).
Proceeds benefit'the children of Jackson County
education programs. Christmas for the needy, and
scholarships. Call 557-8637 or 209-1621.
Better Brethers Club Meeting 2-3 p.m. in
the Hudnall Building Community room. Jackson
Hospital campus. 4230 Hospital Drive. Marianna.
Matthew Dallefeld. MS. RD. will present: "Gluten Free
Diet and Nutrition for COPD0 Get help meeting the
challenges of chronic lung disease. Bring a friend
or caregiver. No cost to attend, light refreshments
served.Call 718-2849 ..
i Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
Center. 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Manrianna. Adult.
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and'
hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-756, 573-1131.
) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of.First United' Methodist :--
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in.Marianna. ..

S, SATURDAY, SEPT 14 "
p Country Bumpkins 4ti Yardsale Fundraiser,
-7a.m:-5p.m. in Cypress Park. U.S. 90. Cypress. '
Proceeds will help send kids to camp. Call 272-3728.
Flea Across Florida/Chattahoochee Main'
Street Artisan Fair 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EDT (7
a.m. -4 p.m. CDT) Sept. 13-14 at the Johnny Johnson
Pavilion, corner of U.S.'90.and Main Street, Chat-
tahoochee. The Flea Across Florida Yard Sale and
CMS Artisan Fair is atwo-day event with dealIs and
unique items. ChattaburgernRevisited Food Cart ,
will sell hamburgers, cheesdsteaks; pulled pork
sandwiches and drinks. Live music on Saturday. Call
623-249-b076. .
Grice/Barrentine Family Reunion at Hickory
Pavilion; FloridaCaverns State Park, Marianna. -"
'Please bring a covered dish. ,


Pet Appreciation Day Adoption Event -10
FRIDAY, SEPT. 13 aim. 2 p.m. at Tractor Supply Company; 2800
Country Bumpkins 4-H Yardsale Fundraiser .Florida 71; Marianna. Adopt a pet from Partners for
- 7a.m.-5p'm. in Cypress Park, U.S. 90, Cypress. : *. fpets. Call 482-4570 or 526-4022.
Proceeds will help send kids to camp. Call 272,3728. Alford Community Health Clinic Hours- 10
D Flea Across Florida/Chattahoochee Main a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in
Street Artisan Fair- 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EDT (7. Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients
a.m.-4 p.m. CDT) Sept. 13-14 at the Johnny Johnson without medical insurance treats short-term ill-
Pavilion, corner of U.S. 90 and Main Street, Chatta-' nesses and chronic conditions. Appointments avail-
hoochee. The Flea Across Florida'Yard Sale and CMS 'able (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins welcome.


") Marianna City Commission Public Hearing Artisan Fair is a two-day event with deals and unique Sign in before noon.
and Special Meeting 5:01 p.m. in MariannaCity items. Chattaburger RevisitedFood Cart will sell PublicArchaeology Day-Noon-4p.m: Pan- ',
Hall. Hearing agenda: Adopt tentative millage rate, hamburgers, cheesesteaks pulled.pork sandwiches handle PioneerSettlement, Blountstown. Informa-
budget. A special meeting followsthe hearing. Call and drinks. Call 623-249-0076. tion about archaeology, historic preservation, and
718-1001. Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at'theJackson heritag? tourism, as well as identify artifacts from
In Honor and Remembrance Corenn County Public Library, Marianna Branch..New arid :-the-publio's personal collections. Craftsmen, ven-
p.m.at Friendship Batist Church. 5507 Friendship experienced hand crafters welcome tocreate, share dors, and hands-on activities and old time games.
.... Bapt, s uh. 0 for children. Free. Call 674-2777.
The submission deadlinefor this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box 520, Mardanha, FL 32447,
S . e-mail l eiltorial@lcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.

SPolice Roundup


Marianna Police Department or pedestrians, three assists of other agen-
Te M n Pc D n le cies, one public service call, one welfare
The'Marianna Police Departmentllistepld check and one BakerAct transport.
the following incidents for Sept. 8, the lat-. c a o a a
est available report: One suspicious person, Jackson County
one verbal disturbance, one burglar alarm, ..
three traffic stops, one larceny complaint, Correctional Facility
one civil dispute, one obscene/threatening The following persons were booked into
phone call, two property checks, olaie assist the county jail during the latest reporting'
of a motorist or pedestrian, one public set- .. periods:
vice call and 16 home security checks. . .Mihael Bebow 27
.2923 Milton Ave., Marn-
Jackson County Sheriff's Office anna violation of county
anna, violation of county
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and I'-" probation.
.)x Chad Plant, 32, 5232,
county fire/rescue reported the follow- a 32523
mg incidents for Sept. 8, the latest avail- Woodgate Way, Marianna,
able reportwoabandnedvecles trespass after warning, violation of condi-
able report:Two abandoned vehicles, inlrlae
four suspicious vehicles, five suspicious tionalreease.
incidents, three suspicious persons, two W ille Wilson, 45, 373 Sloan Road,
burglaries, twophysical disturbances, Graceville, failure to appear (battery), viola-
five verbal disturbances, three fire calls, tion ofstate probation.
19 medical calls, four burglar alarms, one ))Jeremy McCuough, 21,3262 South
firearm discharged, 25 traffic stops, one Highway 109, Dothan, Ala., hold for Hol-
larceny complaint, one criminal mischief mes Co.
complaint, two folow-up investigations, 31 Oiver Andrews, 60, 2044th Ave., Do-
property checks, three assists of motorists than, Ala., fugitive from justice (Alabama),
no valid driver's license, tag attached not


assigned.
p Donald MIkula, 31,2500 2nd St., Bir-
mingham, Ala., driving while license
suspended or revoked.
)) EMs Reyes-Barcelo, 36,410 East 13th St.,
Hialeah, criminal mischief, resisting arrest
without violence.
)) Colin McCoy, 49,4330 Norton till Road,
Marianna, battery (domestic violence).
)) Marcus Garrett, 35, 2425 Carpenter
Cemetery Road, Grand Ridge, battery,(do-
mestic violence).
) Timothy Hurley, 34, 2192 Sand Ridge
Church Road, Grand Ridge, child abuse-
two counts, aggravated assault-two
counts.
)) Linda Madison, 54, 13408 South State
Highway 605, Slocomb, Ala., driving under
the influence.
) Wendel Seaman, 35,4001 Highway 77,
Graceville, attempted felony murder, grand
theft of a motor vehicle; grand theft of a
firearm.
i Jail Population: 218
To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526:5000 or a
local law enforcement agency.To report a wildlife violation,
call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


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CITY EMPLOYEES RECOGNIZED FOR SERVICE
the Sept. 3 meeting of the city com-
mission, employees were recognized

or their service and dedication to the
city of Marianna.


SU1BMITTED PHOTOS
City employee Brenda Gay (left) accepts her Employee of the Pamela Brown (left) listens as Mayor Paul Donofro Jr. reads the
Month certificate from Mayor Paul Donofro Jr., Tuesday, Sept. certificate proclaiming Brown city Employee of the Month,
3, in Marianna City Hall. City Clerk Kim Applewhite nominated Tuesday, Sept. 3, in Marianna City Hall. Brown, who works as
-Gay, a cashier in the clerk's office, for the September award, a laundry aide in the Housekeeping/Laundry Department of
Gay, who many residents that pay their. utility bill at City Hall Marianna Health and Rehabilitation Center, has worked at the
will recognize, has been with the city since May 2007. Center since April 1988. She was nominated for the award by
S" MHRC Administrator MelindaGay.


Justin McKinnie (left) shakes hands with Mayor Paul Donofro
Jr. as the mayor presents him with a certificate commemorating
his five-year anniversary as a city employee, Tuesday, Sept. 3,
in Marianna. *


Lowe's 'Heroes' help Elder Care Services tackle hunger

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"Given the. many social'
needs facing our' local
communities, Lbwe's 'em-
ployees are stepping for-
ward to assistnon-profit
organizations, like Elder
Care,. Services Inc., meet. | .,
the increased demand for ''
our services. Through the
Lowe' "Heroes" volunteer
program, employees are
providing a critical boost
to help ECS tackle the chal-
lenges facing rural citizens
in Jacksbn County in two
specific areas: Healthy fu-
ture and independent liv-
ing for seniors.,
Earlier this year, the Jack- q
son County division of the
ECS Senior Volunteer Pro-
grams received notifica-.
tion from the school board
that the ECS food distribu-
tion program would need
to relocate to another fa-
cility within 60 days, due Lowe's employees ("Heroes")
to that space being real-: Zack Davis and Lola Wilson.
located for school-related ed to pass inspection in
activities. The Marianna August.
facility is just one of three "When Connie Wil-
satellite locations within liams, Human Resource
the 15-county service area manager of the Marianna
supported by Elder, Care' 'Lowe's store contacted
Services, and -serves as a .ECS about- submitting a
major food distribution potential project for their;
site for rural residents Lowe's 'Heroes' program,
struggling to meet the it was surely the blessing
needs of their families. we had hoped for," said
"With over 12,000 in- Provatt.
'dividuals served in 20i2,, Lo0e's "Heroes" Volun-
it was-imperative that an teers helped by providing
alternate facility be identi- the additional materials
fled to avoid a disruption needed to renovate *the,
in 'services," stated Julie space and bring it into
Prevatt, Division director' compliance with state
for Elder Care Services Se- regulations- prior to our
niorVolunteer Programs. scheduled inspection. Lo-
Within the deadline, the cal employees provided
Jackson County School bins and freezers to ensure
Board was able to work that the food was securely
with the Elder Care Ser- stored at the proper tern-
vices, management, team perature for safe distribu-
to provide another fa- tion to.Jackson County res-
cility. The ne w facility, idents. In addition, Lowe's
however, lacked some "Heroes" (employees) vol-
Sof,,: the requirements to. unteered to help unload,
qualify 'as an accept- sort and stack a semi-truck
able food distribution load of, donated food.
site. New equipment and They even provided extra
renovations were, need- help the following week


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Lowe's employees (from left) Lola Wilson, Connie Williams,
Jessica Youmans and AlwayneMuir.


(from left) Connie Williams, Maritza Coley, Jessica Youmans,


From left: Lowe's "Hero" Jimmy Sims, Jackson County Program
Coordinator Merita Stanley, and Lowe's "Hero" Curtis Harvell
.deliuvr a new f.meer tn stnre atriditinnal frnoen fondrs


as the food was distributed Sabastian and others Who Longtime RSVP volunteer Glenda Sabastian assists clients.
to over 300 local residents. helped secure the future She has been helping distribute food for over seven years.


ECS organizers expressed
their heartfelt thanks to
Connie Williams for spear-
heading this project and to
Jessica Youmans, Lola Wil-
son, Maritza Coley, Zack
Davis,, Alwayne Muir, Cur-
tis Harvell, Jimmy Sims,
Mike Owens, Justin Helton,
RSVP volunteer Glenda


food needs for hundreds
of Jackson County fami-
lies, veterans and seniors.
Their generosity will con-
tinue to ensure that food
supplies will always be
accessible to those in
need and contribute to a
healthy future. Through
Elder Care Services Senior


volunteer programs the
Lowe's "Heroes" project
and America's Second Har-
vest of the Big Bend, lives
are positively impacted,
maldking' Jackson County
a better place to live and
work.,
For more ,information


about Elder .Care Ser-
vices and' its programs,
call the Leorin County ECS
location at 850-921-5554,
stop by ECS headquar-
ters at 2518 West Tennes-
see St., Tallahassee, or. call
the Marianna office at
482-3220.


Chipola to offer law enforcement,corrections passes
Specialto the Floridan i. . "t


The Chipola Collegep'
Criminal Justice Train- .
ing Center will offer an
evening Law Enforcement
Academy and a Correc-"
tions to Law Enforcement
Cross-over class begin-
ning Oct. 4: The program
will meet weeknights from
5:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Chipolaalso offers an:
ongoing Basic Corrections
academy beginning Oct.
22. Classes meet week-
days, from 7:30 a.m, to 4
p.m. Completion of the
program prepares can-
didates to take the State
Board Examination for
entry into the Corrections
field and certification
by the Criminal Justice
Standards and Training
Commission.
Candidates for all.pro-
,grams must'be at least 19
years of age and earn a
passing score on the Crim-
inal Justice Basic Abilities
Test (CJBAT) offered at the
Public Service Building ev-
eryTuesday at 12:30 p.m.
Cost of the test is $45.
SApplicants must have
a standard high school
diploma or its equivalent
and must undergo a medi-
cal physical examination,


Beginning Oct. 4, the Chipola
College Criminal Justice
Training Center offers an
evening Law Enforcement
Academy and a Corrections
to Law Enforcement
Crossover class.


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drug screening. Financial
assistance is.available
based upon need and
eligibility.
For information re-
garding the application
process, contact Steven
Stewart; Law Enforcement
Coordinator, at 718-2286
or Jamie McAllister, Cor-
rections Coordinator, at
718-2212.


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Mark O'Mara, attorney for George Zimmerman, speaks with
a police officer at the scene of a domestic incident in the
Lake Mary. Fla. neighborhood where Zimmerman and his wife
Shellie'had lived during his murder trial. Monday.


Zimmerman's


wife won't press


charges despite call


The Associated PreEs

LAKE MARY The sob-
bing wife of George Zim-
merman called 911 Mon-
day to report that her
estranged husband was
threatening her with a gun
and had punched her fa-.
ther in the nose, but hours
later decided not to press
charges- against the man
acquitted of all charges for
fatally shooting Trayvon
Martin.
Lake Mary police officers
' were still investigating the
encounter as a domestic
dispute, but no charges
had been filed Monday af-
ternoon. Shellie Zimmer-
man left the house after
being questioned by po-
lice. George Zimmerman
remained there into early
evening and his attorney
denied any wrongdoing by
his client. He was not ar-
rested'
Shellie Zimmerman, who
has filed for divorce, ini-
tialy told a 911 dispatcher
that her husband -had his
hand on his gun .as he sat
in his car outside the home
she was at with her father.
She said she was scared
because she wasn't sure
what Zimmerman was ca-
pable of doing. Hours later
she changed her story and
said she never saw a fire-
arm, said Lake Mary Police
Chief Steve Bracknell.
For the time being, "do-
mestic violence can't be
invoked because she has
changed her story and says
she didn't see a' firearm,"
Bracknell said.
On the 911 call,' Shellie
Zimmerman is sobbing
and repeating "Oh my
God" as she talks to a po-
lice dispatcher. She yells
at her father to get inside
the-house, saving Zimmer-
man may start shooting at
them.
"He's threatening all of
us with a firearm ... He
punched my dad in the
nose," Shellie Zimmerman
said on the call. "I don't
know what he's capable of.
I'm really scared."
She also said he grabbed
an iPad from her hand and
smashed it.
Zimmerman's attorney,
MNark O'MNlara, said his cli-
ent never threatened his
estranged wife and her
father with a gun and
never punched his father-
in-law. Shellie Zimmer-
man had collected most
of her belongings Satur-


day from the house, which
is owned by her parents,
where she and George had
both been staying there
until she moved out. She
had returned unexpect-
edly Monday to gather the
remainingitems. Emotions
got out of control, but nei-
ther side is filing charges
against the other, O'Mara
said.
"1 know the 911 tape sug-
gests that Shellie was say-
ing something but 1 think
that was heightened emo-
tions," O'Mara said. "There
may have been some push-
ing and touching. That
happens a lot in divorce
siruatio6ns ... Nobody was
injured."
Her father also declined
to press charges, the police
chief said.
Prosecutors could still
build a case based on sur-
veillance video from cam-
eras outside the house
and also video from the
squad cars of officers who
responded. Florida law al-
lows police officers to ar-
rest someone for domestic
violence without the con-
sent of the victim.
Police spokesman) Zach
Hudson said the estranged
husband and wife were
blaming each other for
being the aggressor and
that police officers were
sorting through their
accounts.
Shellie Zimmerman in
her divorce filing last week
said she and her husband
had separated a month
after he was acquitted of
any crime for fatally shoot-
ing the 7Iyear-old Martin
in Sanford, not far from
where Monday's investiga-
tion happened.
Shellie Zimmerman
askedthedispatchertosend
an ambulance to check her
father out. A fire depart-
ment ambulance arrived
at the house but nobody
needed to be transported,
Hudson said.
"The call went out as
a 911 call that Mr. Zim-
merman was threatening
them with a firearm,"
Hudson said. "We're
trying to see if that's true or
not."
In her -divorce peti-
tion, Shellie Zimmerman
asked that her husband
pay for a permanent life
insurance policy with her
named as the beneficiary,
according to a divorce
petition made public last
week.


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Florida approves


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hsurance hikes,

Tr,. Asoi e1 Pre-. were the "major 'drivers"
TALLAI-LASSEE- Florida behind the need for' the
Customers of the state's rate hikes this year. In a
largest property insurance statement, Gilway said he
company 'including was pleased that regula-
many homn)eowners "Who tors "agreed with our over-
live near the coast .will allapproach."
be paving imore in the ,Citizens would have like-
coming year. lyasked for larger increases .
SState regulators on Mlon-' next year but state law
day announced that they does not allow, Citizens to
had' approved an overall raise rates on most cover-
statewide rate hike of 6.3 :age more than 10 percent a,,
percent for customers of, year. That cap doesnotap- '
Citizens 'Property Insur- ply to sinkhole coverage..
anceCorp. Th,. .... Te final order issued by
iThe' hike means that regulators allows sinkhole '
the state-created Cirizens rates to go up by 20 per-
which has 1.22 million cent in Hernando and Pas-
policyholders- will have co counties and 50 percent
raised its rates, for four in Hilisborough Comunty.
straight years. Citizens has the power
The Office of Insurance to place a surcharge, also i
Regulation's hike is slightly called a "hurricane tax," on
Smaller than what Citizens its own policies and on the
officials had requested, policies of most insurance
The increases would take policies if it can't cover its
,effect in January and Feb- losses following a major
ruary2014. storm.
But the range of hikes That has prompted a
*\ aries depending on where push by Gov. Rick Scott and
homeowners live and what others to force Citizens to
type of policy they have improve its finances. Citi- ;
with the insurer, zens has billions of dollars
MNany policyholders in in surplus now, but a se-
South Florida as well as ries of a storms, or back- :.
coastal counties such as to-back years with major
Sarasota, Escambia and hurricanes, could wipe out
Volusia may see 'a 10 per- surplus out.
cent jump in their insur- "The agency's action
dance bills while the rate will allow Citizens to con-
change will be lower for tinue providing quality
:those who live further in- service to our 1.2 million
land. policyholders while re-
Barry Gilway, president during the risk of assess-
and CEO of Citizens, main- ments on all Floridians,"
trained that exposure to Gilway said in his state-
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SFla. AG: It was


wrong to ask for


execution delay
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TALULAHASSEE Flori-
da Attorney General Pam
Bondi said that it was'
wrong to ask Gov. 'Rick
Scott to push' back the
execution date of a
Convicted killer after the
initial :time ,conflicted
with a re-election fund&:
raiser.
J.arshall Lee Gore was
originally scheduled to.
die by lethal injection this
Tuesday, but Scott last
minilth pushed back the
date to Oct. 1. Gore's ex-
ecution had been sched-
uled twice before this year
but he received a stay amid
ongoing questions over his
sanity. -*;.
When the latest date
change was announced it'
was not publicly known it
was done to accommodate'
aa Bondi campaign event
scheduled for the same
\ ,n ig h t. ,
The Republican governor
said he changed the date
at Bondi's request, but he
acknowledged on Monday,
that he did not know that
the reason was because it
conflicted with the fund-
raiser scheduled in Tampa.
Scott, who would not say
if he would have delayed
the execution if he knew
about the event; said 'it's
Routine for the governor's
office to work in tandem
with the statewide elected
officials who make up the
Florida Cabinet.
"When another cabinet
member asks for some-
thing, we try to work with
them," Scott said.
Hours after Scott an-
swered questions about
the execution delay Bondi
issued a statement that
said she should have not
'have made the request.
"As. a prosecutor, there
was nothing more impor-
tant than seeing justice
done, especially when it
came to the unconscio-
nable act of murder,"
Bondi said. "I personally
put two people on death


:row and, as Attorney
General; have already par-
,ticipated in eight execu-'
tions since I took office, a
role I take very seriously.,
"The plannedd, execu-
tion of MNarshall Lee Gore
had already been stayed
twice by the courts, and '
we should not have'.
requested that the date of
the execution be moved,"
Sshe said.,
Bondi worked for the
Hillsborough County state
attorney before she ran for
"attorney general in 2010.*
This summer she opened
her campaign account for
a second term. So far she
has no declared opposi-
tion.
The attorney general
plays a pivotal role in ex-
ecutions. It represents
the state in death row apt
peals' cases. UsItally the
.attorney- general remains'
avQailable on the date of
the executions in case
of any last-minute legal
issues.
Bondi's office said that is
why she sought a delay in
Gore's execution.
"In light of'the serious-
ness of any execution, it
was very important to At-
torney General Bondi that
she be available personally
to carry out her office's du-
ties in the execution pro-
cess," said Jenn Meale, a
spokeswoman for Bondi..
Bondi's decision to seek
a delay in the execution
date because it conflicted
with a ftindraiser was first
reported by The News Ser- ,
vice of Florida.
Gore was convicted of
the March 11, 1988, killing
of Robyn Novick, a 30-year-
old exotic dancer whose
naked body was found
in a rural part of Miami-
Dade County, partly cov-
ered by a blue tarpaulin.
Gore was also sentenced to
die for the slaying in Janu-
ary 1988 of Susan Roark,
whose body was found a
few months later in Co-
lumbia County in northern
Florida.


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Police question parents in Pa. tot starving death


From wire reports
PHILADELPHIA A
severely disabled 3-year-
old girl who weighed just
11 pounds when she died
Monday was starved to
* death, Philadelphia police
said as they held the girl's
parents for questioning.
Nathalyz Rivera's father
found her unresponsive
inside the family's bug-
infested home around
midnight, but called her
mother instead of 911, Ho-
micide Capt. James Clark
said. The girl was driven to
a hospital where she was
pronounced dead.
Carlos Rivera, 30, alleg-
edly fled after dropping off
his four other children with
a relative but was found
later in. the day and de-
tained" at police headquar-
ters, where his wife was
also being questioned.


AP PHOTO
In this undated photo.
provided by the Philadelphia
Police Department, Carlos
Rivera is seen. Philadelphia
police are looking forRivera,
the father of a severely
disabled 3-year-old girl,
Nathalyz, who died Monday,
weighing just 11 pounds. A.'
.homicide captain says Rivera
has fled after leaving four
other children with a relative
Monday afternoon.
"It's very sad, very dis-
turbing," Clark said of


the girl's death, which
the medical examiner
termed a homicide caused
primarily by starvation.
Nathalyz also had some
bruising, but Clark said
that may have come from
flea, bug or rodent bites at
the house, which he said
was in "bad shape."
"(She) had not seen a
doctor in over a year, even
with all the severe disabili-
ties," Clark said. Hedidnot'
specify the girl's medical
conditions.
Police have handled sev-
eral starvation deaths in-
volving children in Phila-:
delphia, including the 2006
death of a disabled teen-
ager whose family was tar-
geted for an array of weekly
city services at their home.
Danieal Kelly weighed just
42 pounds when she died'
at age 14. More than a doz-
en people were convicted


Sin the case, including her James Clark. said ata press
Parents, city social workers conference. "I sawthe pho-
and contractors.'.. tos and even forme, they
Nathalyz, a twin, was not, were difficult to look at".,
in preschool or enrolled The other Rivera children
in any other city services ages..9, 8 and 7, along
despite her. special needs, withNathalyz's 3-year-old
Clark said. The family had 'twin-were beingchecked
one prior Contact with the at a hospital before being
Department. of Human 'placed with DHS. '"
Services in 2008, but Clark Daiieal Kelly's. death be-
did not immediately view came the subject of a har-
that issue as relevant to the rowing grand jury report,
girl's death. which found that citywork-
SHer mother, who is mar- ers and contractors lied
rfled to Rivera but appar-' about making the visits to
enfly comes and goes at the family home. They .are
the house, was beinginter- now serving lengthy pris-
viewed by ,police Monday' on terms. The girl's mother
afternoon. Clark said she is serving 20 to 40 years for
had seen her daughter in third-degree murder, and
recent weeks, and he ex- the father up to five years'
'pected.hei to be charged for felony child neglect, for
in the death. abandoning Danieal at her
"This is one of the worst unfit mother's home.,
cases of abuse that I've 'In, a more .recent case,
seen in my five years at. a, homeless" mother .of
the homicide unit," Capt. six was convicted of


involuntary murder this
year for the starvation death
of her premature twin at a
shelter just before Christ-
mas in 2010. Quasir Alex-"
ander, who was 2 months
old and weighed just over
4 pounds, had been seen
by a social worker shortly
before his death. The social
worker testified that she
had not seen the twinis un-
dressed. ,Quasir's twin was "
found near death.
The mother, Tanya Wil-
liams, awaits sentencing..,'
Her defense lawyer has
questioned how much she
understood about caring
for the premature infants,
given her low IQ. The twins
were released from a. city
:hospital to the homeless
shelter when they were
4 -days old; although Wil-
liamns was getting parent-
ing help there from several..
sources.


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In this Tuesday photograph, Miss Iowa, Nicoile Kelly (front row,
second from left) stands with other Miss America contestants
during arrival ceremonies in Atlantic City, N.J. Kelly was born
without part of her left forearm and says she has never let her
disability get in the way of doing what she wanted.


The Associated Press

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
- Born without her left
forearm, Nicole Kelly has
been overcoming dis-
ability her entire life, be it
playing baseball, dancing
or diving.
Now representing Iowa
in the Miss America pag-
eant, Kelly hopes to win
the crown and inspire oth-
ers to overcome their own
difficulties. She chooses
to focus on what she has.
rather-than what she lacks.
"The reason I'm here is
not because I'm a public.
interest story," she told '
The Associated'Press in
an interview Monday, in
between rehearsals for
three nights of preliminary
competition that starts
Tuesday. "I'm here not
because I look different
but because I have the
intelligence, I have the
ability and all the things
that MissAmerica needs
to have.
"I'm proud to represent


those who. look differ-
ently, but it's about what
you can do and howyou
celebrate it," she said. "I'm
just like you."
She said she developed
an outgoing personality
"that would not give in to
'no'" as away to deal with
the stares she often got.
The 23-year-old resident
of Keokuk, Iowa, a Missis-
sippi River town, Kelly said
she never let her disability
stop her from doing what
she wanted. She played
baseball, swam and dove,
and danced. ,
"I just did it," she said.
"There never was an issue.
No excuses, nor should
there have been.",
Kelly said people she
met while growing up gen-
erally went through three
phases: the first Was when
she approached them,
because they were too
'intimidated to approach
her. The second was when
they grew comfortable
enough to ask her ques-.
tions like, "How do you


do your hair?" or "How do.
you tie your shoes?"
The third phase "was
when they completely for-
got about it" and just saw
her as Nikki, not a person
with a disability.
She entered her first
pageant this January, fell
in love with the competi-
tion and won, advancing
through the ranks to win
the Miss Iowa crown. She
was soon inundated with
media attention, not all of
it welcome. ,
She said one TV sta-
tion surreptitiously shot
closeups of her partial.
arm without her realizing :
"it handmade that a central
part of their report.
"I got a-lot of unwanted
attention, but there's.also
the flip side of this enor-
mous platform" to bring
attention to people with
,disabilities.
Since graduating from
the University of Ne-, :
braska-Lincoln, Kelly has
landed internships in
theaters in Santa Fe, N.M.;


Chicago and NewYork.
That led to a paid job as
the guardian for child' ..
actors intheFBroadway,-
play, "The Assembled '
Parties."
Kelly is scheduled tosing
during the talent portion
of the competition.'She
hopes to work in. theater
management -after.
winning the Miss America
pageant.
,"It would definitely be'
cool to win the crown, but
. want the job: I want tobe
m a new city every second
day( want to log20,000
miles on airplanes and.'
meet new people all the
time."
She would not be the
first Miss America with a
disability. In 1995, Miss
Alabama. HeatherWhite-
stone won the crown with
a hearing impairmentt. '
The 2014 Miss America..:
will be crowned Sunday in
Atlantic City'sBoardwalk
Hall, as the pageant re-I,
turns home after a six-year
stint in Las Vegas..


Court gets sanity report in Colo


BYDAN ELLIOTT
Associated Press

DENVER -Prosecutors
and defense lawyers in the
Colorado theater shootings
are getting their first look
at a long-awaited opinion
from a-state psychiatrist on
whether defendant James
Holmes was legally insane
'when he killed 12 people
and injured 70..
The report from the state
mental .hospital is secret,
and prosecutors and de-
fense lawyers cannot speak
outside court about it be-
cause of a gag order. Its
contents may be discussed
in open court or written
about in a motion.
Filed with the court on
Friday, the report won't be
the final word on Holmes"
mental state'- that will be
up to the jury in Holmes'
trial nextyear.
But 'it will be a critical
piece of evidence as jurors
consider whether Holmes
should be found not guilty
by reason of insanity and
committed indefinitely to
the state hospital, or, con-
victed of'murder and sen-
tenced to life in prison or
death by lethal injection.
The report'will saywheth-
er the psychiatrist who led
the valuation believes
Holmes meets Colorado's
legal definition of insanity:
the inability to tell the dif-
ference between right and
wrong because of a mental
disease or defect.
"It's probably the most
important expert witness
that we have at this point,"
said Karen Steinhauser, 'a
former prosecutor who is
now in private practice and
teaches at the University of
Denver. She is not involved
Jin Holmes' case.


Holmes has pleaded not position to observe his
guilty by reason of insanity mental state, to observe
and is charged with more how he was acting, wheth-
than 160 counts of murder er he seemed to under-
and attempted murder, stand what was going on,":
Prosecutors.say he spent Steinhauser said.
months buying guns and If the state psychiatrist's
ammunition before he report concludes Holmes
dressed up 4in a' police- was, insane, )'prosecutors
style helmet and clothing are '-more -likely to accept
and began shooting in a a bargain that'would put
suburban Denver theater Holmes in prison for life
in July 2012. with no possibility of pa-
Prosecutors say he also role in exchange for 'a
rigged his apartment with guilty plea, said. Dan Re-
home-made bombs de- cht,. an attorney and past
signed to divert police president of the Colorado
from the theater. They Criminal DefenselBar.
didn't explodeI'. LProsecutors might still
Defense' lawyers'. ac- .convince jurors to convict'
knowledge Holmes was Holmes, "but, mostjuries
the gunman, but they say. would be' very loath' to
he was mentally ill and "in have someone executedi
the throes of a psychotic where there's a significant
episode.", debate abIpuitwhether the
SHolmes underwent, a person' was even sane at
mandatory sanity evaluia- the time," he said.
tion at the Colorado Mental Holmes' lawyers .said in
Health Institute in Pueb- March that Holmes had
lo this, summer after he "
entered his insanity plea. S n y o t
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for the legal definition of.
insanity, even- if they have Yu;
been diagnosed with men- WW
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a forensic psychiatrist in Al
Scottsdale, Ariz. 4 ILI
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doesn't give someone a
get-out-of-jail card," said
Pitt, who isn't working on
the Aurora case.
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and not handed up by a
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Defense attorneys, also
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a hearing to. challenge
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the theater and bullet tra-
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Suspect
From Page 1A .

Sand ran out of the house
Selling for help, according
to reports. He tried to go
next door to his,.brother's
..house, bui Seaman alleg-
edly tackled him while still
in:, possession of the ma-
chete, authorities allege;,
The. man's brother heard
him yelling, and came
out to assist. The brother,
Seaman's uncle, was able
to separate the two men.
Seaman took a Colt .223
rifle from his father's gun
Cabinet and then left in his
father's truck, authorities
* say. '
Officials issued a news
S,-release related to the case
on Saturday, saying they
, suspected Seaman might
be headed toward Tampa
and giving a description
of the truck. He was pulled
over near Mondcello on
Interstate 10.



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Fro m P a g e A 1. ..A.
: Court officials and who
claim that a warrant ex-
Sists for the victim because
.of failure to respond to a
jury summons. When the
would-be victim says he
or she never received such
a summons, the scammer
offers to cancel the warrant
if the victim provides veri-
fication of certain personal
information and agrees to
pay a small fine. The victim
is given instructions on
how to wire that payment,
and the caller continues to
collect -sensidtive informa-
n on such as a Social Secu-
rity number, date of birth,
address and bank account
numbers.
Washington County au-
thoridies, as well as those
in Jackson County, advise
Anyone receiving such
calls to immediately hang
up without giving any in-
formation. Jackson County
court officials would never
make such a call. Then, the
intended victim can call.
their court officials in
Jackson Count, the num-'
ber is 482-9552 -.if they
S feel they need to make sure
they haven't really been
called to jury duty. Then,
they should call the sher-
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lice department to report
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PINE BLUFF, Ark. -
When the time came to
move 107-year-old Mon-
roe Isadore to a newhome,
police say he resisted and
barricaded himself inside.
Authorities tried using a
camera to monitor him,
along with negotiating
tactics, and finally gas to
get him to come out.
None of it worked.
So, a SWAT team went
inside and was greeted by
gunfire, authorities say.
The team fired back, and
Isadore died.
The weekend confronta-
tion raised a flurry of ques-
tions Monday as residents'
struggled'to make sense
of how someone known
as a pleasant, churchgo-
ing man who was hard of
hearing and sometimes
carried a cane had diedin
an explosive confronrita-
tion. Did authorities, know
how old he was? Did they
follow proper procedure?
Could they have done
anything differently? '
- "It's just, a big puzzle,"
said 'Ivyory Perry, who
' has known' Isadore for
decades : '
.,The standoff began
Saturday, according to a
police report obtained
by The Associated ,Press.
Laurie Barlow, '48, of Lo-
noke, told officers she had
gone to the house where
Isadore was living tempo-
rarily to help him move to
a new home. She said Isa-


Design
From Page lA
converted into private
rooms.
SThe changes, Baldwin
says, require the skills of
a design consultant with
current knowledge of
'trends and innovations
in the health care facil-
ity field. With that key first
step in place, he feels the
project will bring positive
attention to the city-run
MHRC.
"This is going to .make
the Center the gem. of the
Panhandle."
SIn a memo to the com-
mission, Baldwin said the
services of a design con-
sultant (DC) would be
"essential to plan optimal
interior space configura-
tions for the building. ,
"The DC will provide


House
From Page lA

Jackson County stayed
there in 2012 while a child
they love received medical
care.
Brady said the average
family has three or more
members who stay-both
the parents sometimes,
maybe a grandmother,
a sibling or two, and the
child under care if'he or
she doesn't have to 'stay
in the hospital overnight.
Those multipliers mean
that the House. re.lly
touched about 100 local
lives last year.
Staying there while their
children receive medi-
cal care means, parents
have a few less major
practical things to worryn
about, like lodging costs
and the price, of the fuel
they would have had to
buy If they'd travelled
back and forth from
home instead. Their food


Fishing
From Page 1A

freshwater 'license-free
days will be Nov. 29 and
Dec. 28 this year.
Next year and going for-
ward, the saltwater days
will be the first Saturday
and Sunday of lune, the


IHEA. 'IATLI[I ".,
Dwayne Grant, former neighbor of 107-year-old Monroe Isadore, is interviewed Monday, Sept.
9, 'near Isadore's former residence in Pine Bluff, Ark. Police halted a standoff at another
address Saturday, Sept. 7, when they shot Isadore, who they say opened fire at them.


dore had previously been
excited about the move
but that when she arrived
Isadore barricaded him-
self in a room. '
"Ms. Barlow stated his,
granddaughter finally got
him to open the door and.,
she went around to speak
with Mr. Isadore, at that
time she stated Mr. Isa-
dore raised his arm and
pointed a gun at her and
stated 'You better stop
breaking in to my house,'"
thereport said.
After police moved
Barlow and the grand-
daughter across the street,
Isadore fired at a door mo-


a 'footprint' of the proj-
ect showing the specific
location and function
of each space within the
building. Understand-
ing and designing the
optimal traffic flow
for the delivery, of
patient services will be
crucial." ,
He went on to explain
that the, DC's drawings
won't replace detailed ar-
chitectural plans that will
ultimately guide the con-
struction. Rather,, they'll
"provide an overview of
the work areas and traffic
patterns that will ultimate-
ly best serve the Center's
patients and staff."" ..
At the 'start of the Sept.
3 meeting,, Baldwin deliv-
ered an overview of the
facility's latest monthly
earnings and census re-
port, then went oni to
explain his position on


ments- after police tried
to' contact him; 'A SWAT
team, called out when ne-
gotiations failed, maneu-
vered a camera into the
house to see how Isadore
was armed, then stormed
inside after deploying gas
and'a, distraction device,
the report said. When Isa-
dore fired, the entry team
fired back.
Police Sgt. David DeFoor
said Monday that Isadore
had been living at the
home temporarily, but did
not go into more detail.
The sergeant also said of-
ficers'may not have been
aware of the man's age.


seeking the help of a de-
sign consultant at the start
of the MHRC expansion,
and answer commission-
ers' questions about the
proposal.
While most members of
theboard seemed onboard
with the idea, some resis-
tance ,was expressed by
Commissioner Paul Dono-
fro Jr., ,himself an architect
with PaulA. Donofro &As-
sociates, Architects..
Donofro contended
that the services the DC
would bring to the project
are something the proj-
ect architect .is capable
of bringing to. the table,
which makes the separate
request for proposal (RFP)
and/or contract with the
DC unnecessary.
Baldwin, emphasized
that the DC's work'comes
"way before" the architect's
work and focuses on de-


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This little cardboard house helps keep a much bigger house
going. It is used to collect aluminum pull tabs from canned
drinks, which are then sold to raise money to keep the Ronald
iM n 1-"


Mcuonald House operating.
costs go away, too: the
House provides three
squares.a day for all who


first Saturday in Septem-
ber and the Saturday fol-
lowing Thanksgiving.
Next year. and going
forward, the freshwa-
ter days will be the first
Saturday and Sunday in
April and the second
Saturday and Sunday in
lune.
In making the an-
nouncement, Gov. Rick


stay there.
Having a friendly, sup-
portive place to lay their


Scott noted that the state's
recreational fishing in-
dustry has an. estimated
$8.9 billion econom-
ic impact on the 'state
and that increasing the
impact is one goal of the
additional license-free
days. .
This year's earlier salt-
water license-free days fell
on June 1 and Sept. 1, and


"The oily thing they
knew that I'm aware of
was that he was older,"
DeFoor said.
Prosecutors are expected
to review whether police
reacted appropriately.
Crime is not uncom-
mon in this community
of about 50,000 people
some 45 miles southeast
of Little Rock, where pris-.
ons. house hundreds of
inmates and signs caution
drivers against picking up
hitchhikers.
But-, in Isadore's old
neighborhood, where he
lived until several months
ago, friends recalled him


mands that are specific to a
health care facility. He also
noted that DC fees, which
he' said'could range from
$10,000-25,000, would be
lumped into project costs
that are reimbursable by
the state.,
With a motion from
Commissioner John Rob-
erts and a second from
Commission Rico Wil-
liams, a 4-1 vote was tak-
en to allow city officials
to craft an RFP and solicit
the services of a quali-
fled design consultant,
moving one step closer
to beginning the MHRC
expansion.
Next meeting
The Marianna City
Commission's next regular
meeting isn't until October,
but the group has plenty
on its plate between now
and then.


heads may also help light-
en some of the heavy emo-
tional stress they carry on
their shoulders.
No family is turned
away for inability to pay.
And those who stay find
more than a bed and four
walls in some imper-
sonal setting. The House
has a kitchen, court-
yard, a playground, 'and
common spaces where
adults can share their
Worries ,with each other,
or offer words of encour-
agement to someone
who has been in their
shoes and is new* to the
trauma they've learned to
live through.
United',Way helps .the
House be a home.,
People who giye to Unit-
ed Way through payroll
deductions or through
'some other workplace
fundraising campaign can
specify who. receives their
United Way dollars. The
Ronald McDonald House
may be one of those you
wish togift.


freshwater's were April 6
and June 8.
The additional .days
were made' official last
week by the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission, with prior
approval coming from the
state legislature earlier this
year.
By setting permanent
dates on the calendar,


as a pleasant and active
man. He mowed lawns in
his advanced years and
kept a vegetable garden,
often sharing its bounty.
"I thought he was a good,
old guy because he would
always talk to us and go
to church every Sunday,"
said Dwayne Grant, 50.
Grant recalled that Isadore
tilled the garden himself
though Monday 'the
plot stood empty, as if it
yielded no crop this year.
Robert and Ivory Perry
said they had known Isa-
dore for more than 20,
years. .
"Everybody knows Mr.
Isadore," said Robert Per-
ry; 76.
His wife, Ivory Perry,
65, said Isadore had done
his own cooking she
recalled neck bones anid'
rice pudding and talked
about religion.
"I just don't understand
how this happened," she
said.
Neither Grant nor the
Perrys' knew Isadore had
access to a gun.
."i believe if somebody
had told them that he was
a 107-year-old man in that
house, even with a gun,. I.
don't believe they would
have laid down fire- on
him," Robert Perry said. `
And Grant said the vio-
lence seemed very out of
:character for Isadore.
"'I couldn't believe it my-
self," he said. "The guy, he,
was 107 years old. I mean,
come on."


On Wednesday, a 5:01
p.m. public hearing is
planned for two resolu-
tions, one: regarding the',
2013-2014 mileage rate,
.the other concerning the
city budget. '
Following that session,-.
a special city commission
meeting will be called to
order. The agenda for that
meeting include matters
involving the Marianna
Airport and the Florida
Department 'of '..Trans-.
portation, a proposed
amendment to the agree-
ment between the city
and engineering/survey-
ing firm Preble-Rish Inc.,
: and -an emergency
procurement.
.City Commission meet-
ings are 'conducted in
the City Hall, located at.
2898 Green St., Marianna.
Members of the public are
welcome to attend.


Dea
From Page IA


dhine


the work will be on dis-
play through Nov. 9.
On the day of the re-
ception, a cash awarLd
will be given in three
categories. The Kathy J.
Wycoff Memorial Award
is the largest at $500, and
is voted on by exhibiting
artists. The other awards
with varying, smaller
cash awards are the Peo-
ple's Choice Grand Prize
and two People's Choice
runners-up, as well as a
'People's Choice Student
Grand Prize with two
runners-up. The recep;
tion this year will fea-
ture, guest visual artist
Keith Martin Johns and
writer Dale Cox.
For information via
traditional mail, write
to The Arlists Guild of
Northwest Florida, P.O.'
Box 1605, Marianna, FL
32447. + ,


the FWC said it is hoped
that visiting anglers will
be 'more prone to par-
ticipate since -they will
now be able to plan their
trips far in advance. The
dates "were selected be-
cause they were near
holiday weekends and
national events such
as Fishing and Boating
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Sudden plan: Syria to dispose of chemical weapons?


The Associated Press

WASHINGTON In
a rapid and remarkable
chain of events, Syria wel-
comed the idea of turn-
ing over all of its chemical
weapons for destruction
on Monday, and President
Barack Obama, though ex-
pressing deep skepticism,
declared it a "potentially
positive development" that
could head off the threats
of U.S. air strikes that have
set the world on edge.
The administration
pressed ahead in its ef-
forts to persuade Congress'
to authorize a military
strike, and Obama said the
day's developments were
doubtlessly due in part to
the "credible possibility"
of that action. He stuck to
his plan to address the na-
tion Tuesday night, while
the Senate Democratic
leader postponed a. vote
on authorization.
The sudden develop-
ments broke into the
open when Rlussia's for-
eign minister, seizing
on what appeared, at the
time to be an off-the-cuff
remark by' Secretary 'of
State John Kerry, appeared
in Moscow alongside his
Syrian counterpart and
proposed the chemical
weapons .turnover and
destruction. The, Syr-
ian quickly embraced the
idea, and before long U.N.
'Secretary-General ,Ban
Ki-moon did, too..,
Obama, who appeared
Monday evening in
interviews on six TV net-
works, said the idea actu-
ally had been broached


i THE ASSOCIATED PRESS'
Demonstrators opposed to the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad gather on the
lawnof the Capitol in Washington, Monday, Sept. 9, 2013, as Congress returns'to work from
August recess. The protesters are waving the flag of the Syrian opposition movement.


in his 20-minute, meeting
with Russian' President
Vladimir. Putin last week
on the sidelines of an eco-
nomic summit in St. Pe-
tersburg, Russia. Obama
said he directed Kerry to
have more conversations
with the Russians and "run
this to ground."
The president said. he
would "absolutely", halt
a U.S. military strike if
Syria's stockpiles were suc-
cessfully 'secured, though
he remained skeptical
about, Assad's willing-
ness to carry out the steps
heeded.
"My objective here has
'always been to deal with
a very specific problem,"
Obama said in an interview
with ABC News. "If we can


do that without a military
strike, that, is overwhelm-
, mglymy preference."
SHe cast Russia's pro-
posal as a direct result of
the 'pressure being felt by
Syria because ofthe threat'
of a U.S. strike and warned
that he would not allow the
idea to-be used as a stalling
tactic.
"I don't think that we
would have gotten to
this point unless- we
had maintained a credible
possibility of a military
strike, 'and' I' don't think
now is the time for us to let
up on that," he said.
Still, the White House
has had scant success in
persuading members of
Congress including
Democrats to support


the idea of military action.
Senators continued to an-
nounce their opposition
through the day.
Th8 proposal from Rus-
sian Foreign Minister
Sergey Lavrov came just.,
hours, after Kerry.told re-
porters in London that
Assad could avoid a'U.S.
attack and resolve the cri-
sis surrounding the use of
chemical weapons by sur-
rendering control of "every
single bit" of his arsenal
to the international com-
munity by the end -of the
week.
The State Department
sought to tamp down the
potential impact of Kerry's
comments by calling them
a "rhetorical" response to
a hypothetical question


and not "a proposal." But
their importance became
more clear as the day
progressed.
Kerry spoke by phone
with Lavrov shortly after
making his comments in
London, and officials fa-
miliar with the call said
Lavrov had told Kerry that
he had seen the remarks
and would be issuing a
public statement. Kerry
told Lavrov that his com-
ments were not a pro-
posal but the U.S. would
be willing to review a seri-
ous plan, the officials said.,
They stressed that he made
clear that Lavrov could not
present the idea as a joint
U.S.-Russian proposal.
The officials commented
only on condition of ano-
nymity because they were
not authorized to describe
the information publicly.
British 'Prime Minister
David Camerbn said the
proposal was worth ex-
ploring, the French foreign
ministry said it deserved
close examination and
former Secretary of State
Hillary Rodham Clinton
said, any move by Syria
to surrender its chemi-
cal weapons would be an
"important step." Clinton,
in contrast with the White
House and State Depart-
ment, credited Kerry
and Russia jointly for the
,proposal.,
SObamrna still faces a de-
cidedly uphill fight to win
congressional authoriza-
tion for the use of force --
and serious doubts by the
American public and
Monday's developments,
planned or not, could pro-


vide him with a way out of
a messy political and for-
eign policy bind.
The U.S. accuses Assad's
government of being be-
hind an attack using sarin
gas in. a Damascus suburb
on Aug. 21, .killing 1,429
people. Some other esti-
mates of the deaths are
lower, but there is wide
agreement that chemi-
cal weapons were used.
Experts believe that the
Syrian government's arse-
nal of chemical weapons
includes nerve agents like
sarin, tabun and \9X as well
as mustard gas.
In an interview with
Charlie Rose that was
broadcast Monday on
"CBS This Morning," Assad
denied responsibility for
the Aug. 21 attack, accused"
the Obama administration
of spreading lies without
providing a "single shred
of evidence," arid warned
that air strikes against his
nation could bring retalia-
tion. Pressed on what that
might include, Assad re-
'sponded, '!'m not fortune
teller, ...... .
Later, Monday, Syria's
foreign minister, meeting
with his Russian counter-
part in Moscow, addressed
the idea of getting rid of
any chemical weapons.
"Syria welcomes the
Russian proposal out of
-concern for the lives of
the Syrian people, the Se-
curity of our country and
because it believes in 'the
wisdom of the Russian
leadership that: seeks to
avert American aggression
against our people,",said
al-Moallem.


fran's president urges


government on Facebook


The Associated Press


TEHRAN, Iran Iran's
curious world of online
politics looked a bit more
crowded Monday with
members of. 'President
Hasan Rouhani's Cabinet
encouraged to open their
own Facebook pages in
a country where authori-
ties, at the same time, try
to block the public from
social media...
The government-as-
Facebook Friends ini-
tiative, reported- by'
the pro-reform Shargh
daily, 'is seen as part of
Rouhani's efforts to give
the presidency a make-
over as more account-
able hnd", : accessible
after his combative
predecessor, Mahmoud
Ahmadinejad. .
-But it further exposes
the internal tensions
atong Iran's leadership
over whether the. Inter-"
net is ultimately a force
to be expanded or best
kept tightly, controlled.
Disputes even broke out
- on Web-based Iranian
news sites --over the au-
thenticity of some of the
Facebook pages linked to
some ministers.


Still, the overall direc-
'tion of Rouhani's'! gov-
ernment is clear: push-
ing for more interaction
and "outreach on- 'the
Web for both image-
tweaking as well as in-
stant diplomacy with
major issues in play, such
as possible U.S.-led mili-
tary strikes on Tehran
ally Syria and attempts
to restart talks over
Iran's nuclear program.
' "Rouhani has surround-
ed himself with quite
savvy public relations
aides," said Merhzad
Boroujerdi, director of
the Middle East Stud-
ies program at Syracuse
University.- "These guys
understand the 'strate-
gies for Rpuhani to set
himself,, apart from Ah-
mradinejad. For better or
worse, things like social
media will play a cen-
tral part in Rouhani's
presidency.",'
It maynhot always be an
easy reach, though, with
hardliners still deeplylsus-
picious of social media for
its central role in opposi-
tion protests after Ahma-,
dinejad's disputed 2009
re-election. Facebook
and other main sites are


blocked. But Iran's legions
of young and tech-smart
cyber-surfers consistently
find proxy servers and.
other methods to, bypass
the controls.
Some newspapers Mon-
day speculated that Rou-
hani's push for govern-
ment Facebook accounts
miight signal an easing
of some of the Internet
barriers.
Not so, replied Iran's
chief Internet over-
seer. Gholam Hossein
Mohseni Ejehei, head of
the supervisory board on
Internet content, said "it
is not the time for lifting
filters" on Facebook and
other sites.'
In another spat, some
government officials
also denied they had al-
ready opened Facebook
accounts.
The Communications
Ministry issued a state-'
ment denying the 'Shargh
report that. its head,
Mahmoud Vaezi, was, on
Facebook. A news
website, Khabaronline.
ir, reported that the oil
minister, Bijan Zan-
ganeh, has no link to any
Facebook page claiming
to be his.


Egyptian tanks, helicopters


push through Sinai peninsula


The Associated Press '

EL-ARISH, 'Egypt -
. Egyptian troops and tanks
backed by helicopter gun-
ships swept through vil-
lages in the northern Sinai
Peninsula 'near the bor-
der with the Palestinian
Gaza Strip on Monday, the
third day of a major of-
fensive against Islamic
.extremists, a military of-
ficial said. So far, some 20
suspected militants have
been killed and 20 cap-
tured in the ,operation, he
added.-
Explosions rocked el-
Mahdiya and Naga Sha-
bana, two of several vil-
lages south of the town
of Rafah, the official said,
- where the military hit tar-
Sgets and shelters used by
militants wanted for the
killing and abduction of
Egyptian soldiers over the
past year ..
A day earlier, an al-Qai-
da-inspired militant group
based in the area claimed
responsibility for ,last
week's failed assassination,
attempt on Egypt's interior
minister, describing the
Cairo attack as a "suicide"
car'bomb.
The -Glaim could not be
independently verified but


it appeared on militant,
websites that regularly dis-
tribute statements from
al-Qaida-linked groups; If
true, it would mark the first
time Sinai militants took
their fight to the heart of
the Egyptian capital with a
suicide attack.
Tourist resorts along
the southern coast of the
rocky, desert region saw
a string of suicide bomb-
ings in the mid-2000s that
left at least 125 'people
dead and, 'triggered mass
atrests and detentions
of thousands of Bedouin
tribesman. The crackdown
soured relations between
locals and the central gov-
ernment, intensifying the
Bedouins'. feelings of
mistreatment and turn-
-ing the northern end of
the peninsula into an
incubator for Islamic
extremism.
Like Ansar Jerusalem,
other Sinai-based al-Qaida


inspired groups have been
blamed for a spike of at-
tacks against military and
police in northern Sinai
'since the military ousted
former Islamist President
Mohammed Morsi on July
3. '
The increase in violence
has raised suspicions of
links between, Morsi's
Muslim Brotherhood and
Islamic militant groups.
Military officials have ac-
cused Morsi of handling
the groups too'leniently
and striking a truce with
them, to halt their attacks
in return for suspend7
ing military operations
against them dciring his
year in office. This. truce,
they' say, gave militants
free reign to stockpile
weapons, evidenced by the
large caches of anti-air:
craft missiles, mortars, and
RPGs and other weapons
seized by the army since
Saturday.


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Sports
Briefs
High School Football
Friday- Franklin County
at Sneads, 7 p.m.; Wakulla at
Marianna, 7 p.m.; Blount-
stown at Graceville, 7 p.m.;
Cottondale at West Gadsden,
6:30 p.m.

Junior Varsity Football
Tulesday- Cottondale at Wal-
ton Middle School, 6 p.m.

Middle School Football
Tuesday- Vernon at Gracev-
ille, 6 p.m.; Roulhac vs. Grand
Ridge in Sneads, 6 p.m.
Thursday- Marianna at
FAMU, 5 p.m.

High School Volleyball
Tuesday- Cottondale at
Sneads, 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.;
Marianna at Pensacola Catho-
lic, 5 p.m. and Q p.m.; Gracev-
ile at Bethlehem, 5 p.m. and
6p.m.
Thursday- Sneads at Ar-
nold, 4:30 p.m. ald 5:30 p.m.;
Graceville at Wewahitchka, 5,
p.m. and 6p.m.;-eCottondale
at Blountstq.w, 5 p.m. and
6 p.m.; Marianna at Liberty
County, 5 p.m. and 6 pin.

Marianna Golf Team
Marianna will compete
Tuesdaylagainst Chipley at
Caverns Golf Course at 3 p.m.,
and again Thursday against,
SChipleyatSunniyhills-Golf
Course at 3 p.m.
SPanhandle iHeat -
'PanhanidleHeat Gold travel
softball organization will be
holding tryouts for our 10U,
12U, 14U, aqnd 16U teams on
Sunday at 2p.m. CST at the. *
Sneads High School softball
field. If you have any questions
pleaseicontactFred Lanphere
a1 85b-5S9-866b.,

Suuads Football Booster
Meeting
Citizens' Field Football Inc.
.woldc like jto announce
meeting setfor Saturday at, 6
p.m. atWFEConHwy90in
Sneads. This will be an open
S meeting for current and po-
teantial members. ,
For more information about
this br other cpncems:you can.
reach us at citfield.inc@gmail.
Scomaand like us on Facebook'.;
at Citizens' Field Football Inc..

Optimist Club Golf
Tournament
The 3rd Annual NE Jack-
son County Optimist .Club
GolfTournament will be'
held Friday'at.the 18-hole
champi6nship'golf course at
Indian Springs Golf Club in
Marianna.'
., Registration begins at I 1
am. with a 12:30 pim. shotgun
S.start. The cost for theeventis
$55, which includes 18 holes of
golf, greenfee,,cart fde, meal,-,
andvarious'prizes .
To pre-register for the event,,
call Liz Jacksorn at 850-557-
8637 orJan es Miller at 850-
209-1621, or fax your iriforma-':
tion to 850-526-1505.

'Golf Tournament
The Men's Ministry with
Christian Covenant Church
will host a golf tournament on ,
Saturday starting at 8'a.m. at
the Dogwood Iakes Golf Club'
in Bonifay. .
'The formant wiilbe a four-
person scramble at $60 per -
( play^eil'includes.the cart,
gree'f '; psi'zes, and lkmch.
For more 'information, con-
tact Buld Edwards at 592-501 1
or Richard Gable at 592-6160..

Chipola Baseball
Showcase
Chipola College's'annual '1
Select:BasebalU Showcase is'.i'.,
set f9j: 1,t qtioa'
field. :' . "


SThe event is opdnuto al4high'
schooljuo.rs por seniors who '
arecurrent members of.. '.
varsity.basebbkteam '" ,''.
S:Chip ea c i ,,/ '


The Si ovira~e lll na.
tdaa

pro-style seutp'wi two dif-
ferent tiuie slots places can
choose to attend.
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GMS Fbotball

Graceville Middle ready for rematch with Vernon


BY DUSTIN KENT
d ent@jcfloridan.com


The Graceville Middle School
Tigers came, close to earning
their first victory in Thursday's
season-opener against Roulhac,
falling 16-14 after jumping put
to an early 14-0 lead.
The Tigers will try to bounce
back from that debut defeat


tonight when they play host to
the Vernon Middle School Yel-
lowjackets, who are also trying
to rebound from a tough open-
ing loss. %
Vernon traveled to Sneads
for its opener last week against
SGrand, Ridge, with the Indians
getting a touchdown in the clos-
ing minute of the game to take a
6-0 victory.


Against Roulhac, .Graceville
got off to a fast start with first
quarter touchdowns by Julian
Severson and Cameron M.c-
Clain, with Severson converting
the two-point play on the first
score to help the Tigers to a 14-0
edge,
SBut Roulhac fought back with
a score and a two-point conver-
sion at the end of the first half,


and then added another in the
fourth quarter to go ahead for
good.
"It was a defensive battle,"
Graceville coach Fred Fountain
said. "We came out early and
put up two touchdowns, but
they kind of beat us up for the
rest of the game. They just kept
See GMS, Page2B


S. .' : MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
Alone's Chai Baker tries to get a shot uip in traffic in a game against Sneads last season. The 6-
foot-3 Tigers senior has verbally committed to play collegebasketball at Oregon State.,


Beavers earn pledge

fromJTigers guard ,
S BYDUSTINKENT,
dl'enrFt'jcilcridan.com '

Malone Tigers basketballstar Cdiai Baker
made the long trip to Corvallis, Ore., over,
the weekend to visit the campfs'of Oregon
State University. and it didn't take the 6--
foot-3 guard long to decide .that it was
where he wanted to be. ,
Rated a two-star prospect on recruiting
web site scout~com, Baker committed to
the Beavers on Saturday and will enroll for
the 2014-2015 season.
Baker said that his visit which included
a; tour of the campus and watching the
Beavers' football game against Hawaii left
little doubt in his mind that OSU wouldbe
his preferred colege destination.'"
"I think I made the right decision. It's a
good school. Oregon is great; it's peaceful
and everybody is friendly," he said. "I had
great communication with the players.
It felt like I was family already. I consider
myself lucky to be going to school there." .
The Pac 12 Conference school is led by
head coach Craig Robinson, better known
to some as the brother of First Lady Mi-
chelle Obama and President Barack
Obama's brother-in-law, who Will be going
into his sixth season as OSU head coach
this year.
It's clear that Robinson made ,uife an
impression on Baker during the recruiting
process.
"He's a great coach and I think he can be
kind of a father figure and a great mentor
for me," Baker said. "I've got a great rela-
tionship with the coaching staff. It's a great
school and I can go there for four years
and have something to come back on.
With coach Robinson's connections that


See BAKER, Page 2B


GRAND RIDGE FOOTBALL


.. ... MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
he Grand Ridge Indians line up.for a play during a recent game. The Indians, who won their regular sea-
son opener6-0 over Vernon last week, will take on. Roulhac Middle School tonight in Sneads at 6 p.m.



BCF Voeybaa n

BCF Lady EagleskMck off season n { IIJ 2IKLIH


SPECIALTO',FLORIDAN
The Baptist College of Florida Lady
Eagles Volleyball Team has exhibited
tremendous effort and dedication in
preparing for the Fall 2013 volleyball
season.
All of the work-outs, drills, team
building exercises, skills training,
and learning to work together as a
team have heightened their eager-
ness to play.
Under the leadership of Coach
Richard Denson, the Lady Eagles
kicked off the season with a game
against Gulf Coast State College in


Panama City on Aug. 29
Putting all of, their effort and en-
ergy into a gripping match, the Lady
Eagles played hard in defeat with
final scores of 25-11 for the first
two matches and 25-14 for the final
match.
Since the beginning, this young
team has warmed the hearts of the
Graceville community and consis-
tently improved with each game.
Team members, fans, and the entire
BCF. family are excited about what
this season will bring.
See BCF, Page 2B


SUBMITTED PHTOO
The Lady Eagles head to Panama City for their first game of
the 2013 season.


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Chipola Appreciation Club names directors


SPECIALTY FLORIDAN

The Chipola Apprecia-
tion Club recently selected
officers and directors for
the current year.
The slate of officers in-
cludes Chipola English in-
structor Amrnie Myers, the
first female to serve on the
board since the club's in-
ceptiorin in the 1960's.
Myers has served as a
tutor for many student-
athletes since she began
teaching at the college in
2004.
Officers are: President,
Robert Trammell; Vice
'President, Ronnie Myers;


and Treasurer/Secretary,
Joc Calloway.
Directors include: Mel-
vin Roberts of Marianna,
Bill Peacock of Marianna,
Cody .Taylor of Bonifay,
Colby Peel of Chipley, Ter-
ryAllen of Graceville, Allen
Scheffer of Marianna, Bill
Davis of Marianna, Gene
Prough of Chipley,; Doyle
Bosse of Marianna, Joe Ray
Durham of Blountstown,
Jck Peacock of Marian-
na, Shannon Saunders of
Marianna, Dorinnie Read
of Bristol, Chris Young of
Marianna, Aaron Peterson
of Marianna, Robby Rob-
erts of Marianna, Charlie


Reid of Valparaiso, Coyle
Mayo of Marianna, Leroy
Boone of Marianna, Amrnie
Myers of Marianna, Jason
Hurst of Marianna, Steve
Givens of Tallahassee and
Jeff Goodman of Chipley. ,
The Appreciation "*Club
is a tax-deductible organi-
zation governed by local
supporters.
The group helps the col-
lege and its students by
promoting athletics, aind
underwriting scholarships
and functions not sup-
ported from public funds.
The standard $250 mem-
bership provides access to
Chipola Appreciation Club,


general seating and Hospi-
tality Room for four guests
at all Chipola h9me men's.
and women's basketball
games.
The Gold $1,000 Mem-
bership provides Chipola
AppreciationClub reserved
seating for four guests and
Appreciation Club gen-
eral seating for two more
guests; and admittance to
the Chipola Club Hospital-
ity Room. Corporate'Spon-
sorships also are available.
A portion of'membership
dues are tax-deductible.
For information about
the Appreciation Club, call
850-718-2451. '


.,. . ,CHIPOLAPHQTO
Chipola English instructor Amie Myers was recently named the
-first female board member for the Chipola Appreciation Club.


MHS CHEER CLINIC


., ,-.,' .. . , SUBMITTED PH6TOT.
The Marianna Varsity Cheerleaders will host their annual cheer-
Sleading kiddie clinic Saturday from 9-11:30 a.m. at the MHS
Gymnasium. All young ladies age 4-10 are welcome to attend. ,
The future bulldog cheerleaders will learn cheers, dances, and chants
to perform first quarter with the varsity cheerleaders at the Sept. 20,'
football game. Registration begins Saturday morningat,8:30 a.m. The
cost to attend is.$25. Email Debbie.dryden@jcsb.org for more infor-:
maDion


College Football

Florida Q)1 Diskel sprains keeatMim


The Associated Press

GAINESVILLE, Fla.
Florida quarterback
Jeff Driskel is recovering
from a sprained knee, but
team officials say he will
be ready for the team's
Southeastern Conference
opener.
Team officials say
Driskel suffered a."slight
sprain" in the second
quarter of Saturday's 21-
S16 loss at Miami. The ju-
nior is keepingweight off
his leg during the team's
bye week, but should be


able to.', practice before
the 18th-ranfiked Gators
(1-1) host Tennessee on
Sept. 21, .
Driskel completed 22
of 33 passes for a 'ca-
reer-high 291. yards and
a touchdown. He threw
two interceptions both
in the red zone was
sacked twice and fum-
bled once. He: also ran for
-19 yards and a score.

Big 12 admits
ejection mistake by
officials


I' RVING, Texas The
'Big 1.2' Conference on
Monday acknowledged
the misapplicationr of
a rule ,by its officiating
crew that led to the ejec-
tion, of a Southeastern
Louisiana player at 24th-
ranked TCU.
SLU linebacker Cqu-
lin Hubert was ejected-
midway,, through the
fourth quarter of the Li--,
ons' 38-17 loss Satirday
after being assessed his
second unsportsmanlike
conduct penalty in'the
game.


College Football

Bielema expects strugogles


to lead to confidence
The Assoc ,. \ 'Press, ,
i, The Associated Press-: --I ,- .KB! "I ,


.FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.
-- The passing attack'
struggled, and Arkansas
,railed in the fourth quar-
ter against Samford of the
Southern Conference.
i t: was quite the learn-
ing experience for the Ra-
zorbacks, and coach Bret
Bielema thinks the 31-21
victory over the Football
Championship Subdivi-
sion school will pay off
down the line.
"I .think it builds (con-
fidence)," 'Bielema' said
Monday. "Now if we hadn't Arka
won that game, without a toulc
doubt, I think itwould have LitI.
rattled their:' confidence, :-
big lme.",: drivev (
Luckily ',for Bielema, I "
Arkansas "(2-0), did rally press
against the Bulldogs to- .dle
'avoid. another disastrous said.
trip toLttle Rock'sWarMe- -ably
morial Stadium wherd atioe
the Razorbacks lost twice beer
last season, including a way
shocking overtime defeat a co
against Louisiana-Monroe. when
SArkansas,.which hosts WI
winless Southern 'Missis- time
sippi on Saturday,i man- ning
'aged to come back against ger t
Samfqrd despite what ap-L Arl
peared'to be- a regression 333
in the passing game from, atter
a season-opening win 6ver freslhi
Louisiana-Lafayette. Bran- 'who
don Allen, who was 15-of- em'
22 passing for 230 yards in yard
the opening victory, was gamni
just 9 of 17 for 125 yards in didnr
last weekend's win. in th
The sophomore misfired ishin
on several throws early carri
against Samford, but he lately
regrouped after the Razor- they
backs fell behind,21-17 late away
in the third quarter-con-, Bie
necting with receiver Julian perc(
Horton on third-and-11 heavy
to prolong the go-ahead Satui


S THEASSOCIATED PRESS
nsas wide receiver Javontee Herndon celebrates his
down during the first quarter of Saturday's game in
eRockArk. ,


Aien) continues to im-.
s us with how he han-
the game," Bielema
" I think there's prob-
some guys in his situ-
i that. may have nriot
i able to rebound the
he did. But he made
uple of critical throws
ni we needed to." -'
lile Allen struggled at
s, the Razorbacks' run-
game appeared stron-
ban ever. ,
cansas finished' with
yards rushing on 53
npts, led' by standout
hman Alex Collins -
)leads the Southeast-
Conference with 303.
s rushing through tw`
es. The Razorbacks
't attempt a singlepass
ie fourth quarter, fin-
.g with 163 yards on 20
es not including a
kneel'by Allen while
put 'the Bulldogs

lema brisdies at the
epdtion he's a run-
y offensive coach, but
rday's effort was hardly


the balancehe'sbeen look-
ing for since coming to Ar-
kansas fromWisconsin.
Still it worked, with Air
'kansas running out the fi-
nal 7:35 of the game with a
13-play, 63-yard drive.- ".-
And Bielema praised Al-
len for his ability to read
defenses, despite the. fact
,14 of his 24 completions'
have gone to wide'receiver.
Javontee Hemdon and
tight end Hunter Henry
" "'m excited, but'he got'
knocked around a littlebit
on Saturday," Bielema said.
"He got sacked once and
obviously those guys were
in his face. The more, he
cdah see that the better off
we'll be:"
, The, Razorbacks played
without defensive starters
ROhan Gaines, Jarrett Lake
and Trey Flowers against
Samford. gnt
Gaines and Flowers were
battling injuries and are
likely to return this week
against the Golden Eagles,
whoiost 56-13 to Nebraska.
Lake missed the game due,
to disciplinary reasons.


BCF
From Page lB -
This energetic 2013 team con-
sists of ShelseaDenson, Abigail
Kirkland; Sarah Staley, Stevie
Kuhn, Sabrina Nelson, Sydney
SBoddeni, Kristen Waller, Patty


Lally, Katlynne Cone, Valerie
Gallegos, Kristen Wanamaker,
and Stephanie Scheib.
The following is the 2013-
2014 BCF Lady Eagles Volley-
ball schedule:
Sept. 10: BCF Eagles vs. Uni-
versity of Mobile @ BCF (6:00
p.m.) . .


Sept. 24: BCF Eagles 'vs. An-
drew College @ BCF (6:00,
p.m.)
.Sept. 27: BCF Eagles vs. Pen-
sacola Christian @ BCF (6:00
p.m.)
Oct. 1: BCF Eagles vs. Andrew
College @ Cuthbert, Ga. (6:00
p.m. EST).:, ,


Oct. 4: BCF Eagles vs. Jeff Da-
vis Corn College @ Brewton, AL
(5:00 p.m.)
Oct. 5: BCF Eagles vs. Pen-
sacola Christian:.@ Pensacola
(11:00 a.i.)
Oct.; 10: BCF Eagles vs. Gulf
Coast @ BCF (6:00 p.m.)
Oct. 19: BCF Eagles vs. Trinity


College @ BCF. (11:00 a.m.)
Oct. 21: BCF Eagles vs. Trinity
Baptist @ BCF (6:00 p.m.)

For more information on the
Fall 2013 volleyball season,
please -call 800-328-2660 ext.
460 or download the schedule
at www.baptistcollege.edu.


10 f 74' three-pointers, as a
Baker junior.
S' "- :"Baker has made 176
From Page lB shots from long distance
I know he can help, me in his varsity career.
when I get out of school "They want me tocome
too."' in there and make shots for
In the meantime, Baker them and play my game,"
will look to help Robinson he said. "I think I'll fit in
on the basketball court' well. (Robinson) wants me
with his outside shooting to be a shooter and make
and scoring abffility, shots/' .
It's a role that-he is well Malone coach Steven
acquaintedwJith after lead-.Welch, who has coached
ing the Tigersin scoring in' Baker throughout his ca-
each of the last three sea- reer, said it was a great and
sons, and knocking down historic moment for Baker


and the local community. pects, though Baker ,said a big draw, Baker said.
"I'm definitely excited, he believes he is prepared. "That's real exciting. It's a
for him. I thifk it's a first. for the transition. 'dream come true to play at
I can't think of another kid "It's a long, way away, the-D-I level and be oh TV
who left Jackson County but playing AAU helped "
and went to the Pac i2," me with being away from
he said. "He went out there home many times," he
and fell -in love with the said. "I knowI'm going to
campus and the area, so be homesick at times, but
I'm excited for him. It's a I'm ready to go off and get
once ini a lifetime opportu- a good experience being 0
nity. It's a long way off, but away from home." -
you've got to go where you Getting to play against
feel you fit in." the top. level competition
Traveling such along dis- in a BCS conference on
tance for college isan issue one of the biggest stages in
for many high school pros- college basketball was also


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coming at us. I to
Guys that we'have t
'tinue to play foot
four quarters. We can
a quarter or two and
the game is over. We
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Gracevillewillhaveavery
short turnaround from the
Opener to tonight's game,
'. :' getting just' two 'practice
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t6 con- dayin preparation.- t
all for Fortuiiately for the Ti-
n't play gers, they're already pretty
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-'ve got nent, having played, the
or four Yellowjackets to a scoreless
tie in a half of a preseason


jamboree.
"It was all defense,"
Fountain said of the teams'
first matchup. "We moved
the ball inside the twen-
ties and we got down there
and they stiffened up and
stopped us. I expect it to be
pretty much the same kind
of game; all defense. The
biggest challenge for us
will be just trying to punch


it in and score and stay
focused for four quarters.
We have to stay focused
on doing our assignments
and playing football for
four' quarters'as opposed
to getting a lead and then
relaxing. That's what we
did last week; we got a lead
and just relaxed."
The game will'kick off at
6 p.m. in Graceville.


and get to show m skills
as a player and what I can
Sdo," he said. "That's a great
thing to come true."


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,I HE"ASSOUIAITEU PRKS
Miami's Phillip Dorsett celebrates his first quarter touchdown
with Herb Waters against Florida duringSaturday's game in
Miami Gardens, Fla. Miami won 21-16.


Back in Top 25, MIfiami

wants to lookahead


The Associated Press ,

CORAL GABLES, Fla.
This was. the plan, the
one that Miami coach Al
Golden put together back
in May and June when he
actually mapped out how
every day was supposed
to go this season for the
Hurricanes.
Sept. 7i Beat Florida.
-Sept. 8: Move on from
beating Florida.
Golden's visions became
reality on both fronts this
weekend, first when his
team knocked off the for-
merly 12th-ranked Ga-
tors 21-16 on Saturday,
then when the Hurricanes
gathered to put that win
in the rear-view mirror on
Sunday. Golden tweeted
South a message at 6:33 a.m.
warning against the dan-
gers. of complacency, and
his players started filing
through the training room
three hours later, -
"I set the schedule that
we would win the game
Saturday, come in Sun-
day,' lift and, watch the
game, just to make sure
we snap 'erm back in and
stay focused arid don't let
this turn into Mardi Gras,
Golden said. "We don't
need a week's celebration
here,"
Understandable, though
there.we're things for the
Hurricanes to celebrate
on Sunday, such as re-
turning to the AP Top 25
for the first tIime in nearly
three years. Miami (2-0)
checked in at No. 15 in this
week's poll, -making the
'Hurricanes just the sixth.
team in the last decade to
go from being unranked
one week to at least 15th
the next.
It's also the first time
Golden has been the
coach of a team ranked in
theAPpoll.,
"It was a good win and
everything," Golden said.
"But; hey, we're already
moved on."
The schedule for the next
Sfew'weeks looks favorable
for Miami. The Hurricanes


are off this week, then host
Savannah State on Sept. 21
and travel across the state
to Tampa for a matchup
with' South Florida on the
following Saturday. Coin-.
bined, those clubs are 0-4
so (ar, and Savannah State
has given up an almnost-
unbelievable 143. points
in its first two games.
Of course, Golden isn't
participating in. ny sort
of talk about how Miami,
.should be .4-0 ,entering
October. There's a to'n of
issues for the Hurricanes
to clean up, such as one
of the nation's worst third-
down success rates so far,,
a 5-for-25 effort that ranks
Miami 118th out of 124
teams at college football's
highest level to this point.
"We've got a lot of things
we've got to fix. ... If we
can get one thing from
,every, player this week
that they can get better at
and get into their toolbox,
that would be a successful
week for us," Golden said.
SFor a welcome change,
the talk around Miami
football is actually about
Miami football. The NCAA
investigation into Hurri-
cane athletics is still un-
resolved, and it could be
literally minutes, or days,
or weeks, or worse, before
a --decision comes down
about whether Miami will
be facing more sanctions
because of the scandal in-
volving a former booster
and the impermissible
benefits that he either
provided or arranged,
Even Clemson coach
Dabo Swinney- relishing
in the fact that an Atlantic
Coast Conference school
beat'another Southeastern
Conference foe, like his
team did against Georgia
in Week 1 made the"U"
symbol with his hands in.
recognition of the Miami
victory over Florida on.
Saturday. Golden was told
ofthatgesturebySwinney,
whose team climbed to
No. 3 this week, a couple
hours after the final play
of Miami's win.


College Football


Texas, USC fall out of top 25


The Associated Press

NEW YORK Breaking down
The Associated Press college foot-
ball poll after Week 2 of the regular
season.

Outta here
These are troubling times for Tex-
as and Southern California, Eight
seasons after the Longhorns and
Trojans played one of the greatest
games in college football history for
the national championship in the
Rose Bowl, they now appear to be
in crisis.
After ugly losses Saturday night,
both dropped out of the AP Top 25
on Sunday, yet another indignity for
two proud programs searching for
answers.
The Longhorns (1-1) were
stomped 40-21 by BYU. The Cou-
gars ran for 550 yards, the most ever
allowed by Texas. And this coming
on the heels of last season when the
Texas defense was one of the worst
in school history, a mess of missed
tackles arid blown assignments,
The debacle at BYU led Texas-
coach Mack Brown to fire defensive
coordinator Manny Diaz on Sun-
day and replace him with former
Texas defensive coordinator Greg
Robinson. :
S"Our performance on defense last
night was unacceptable, and we
need to change that," Brown said.
Everybody around the Texas pro-
gram has acknowledged this' is an
important season for the Longhorns
and Brown, who is in his 16th season
in Austin. He's won a national title
and been one of the most successful
coaches in the country. But the past
three seasons Texas is 23-17.
USGC (1-1), coming off a season in
which, the Trojans went from pre-
seaso.n No. 1 to unranked, looks,
helpless offensively and Trojans
fans are blaming fourth-year coach
Lane Kiffin after a 10-7 loss at home
to Washington State.
As Texas was futilely trying to.stop
one bunch of Cougars on Saturday
night, USC was strutiggling to even
get a fist down against another.
Fans of each team raged on social
media.
There is plenty of season left for
Brown and Kiffin to turn it around.
The Longhorns play No. 25 Ole Miss
at home on Saturday. The Trojans


T H E--ASSOUUIAIAEUDPRE-SS
Southern California running back Tre Madden (top) is tackled by Washington State
linebacker Cyrus Coen during the second half of a game in Los Angeles, last week.


face Boston College. But there wasg'
no denying Saturday night felt like
,a tipping point for the current re-
gimes at Texas and USC.

Moving up
*The 'conventional wisdom about
Michigan this season was the Wol-
verines are a next-year team, talent-
ed but with many underclassmen
and few key seniors. Michigan's
41-30 victory, against Notre Dame
not only jumped the Wolverines six
spots in the rankings to No. 11, but.
it also hinted the future might be
now in Ann Arbor. Devini Gardner,
with four touchdown passes and a
TD run, fits'offensive coordinator
Al Borges' system better than De-
nard Robinson ever did, and those
youthful Wolverines now have a few
weeks of winnable games (Akron,
at UConn and Minnesota) to grow
up for what could be an interesting
second half of the season...

Moving dtiown
No. 21 Notre Dame and No: 13
South Carolina both dropped seven
spots after losing the weeks biggest
games. The Gamecocks were beaten
41-3(,at, Georgia. The Fighting Irish
and Gamecocks ranked seventh and
llth in the nation, respectively, in
total defense*last season and feature
some of the best defensive linemen
in the country, most notably South
Carolina's Jadeveon Clowney and
Notre Dame's DerriCk Nix. Despite


the big names, both units have work
to do. "We're struggling on defense,"
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier
said. "It's sort of sad watching."

S Moving in
Miami is ranked for the first time
since November 2010. The' Hurri-
canes jumped all theway to No. 15,
after beating Florida 21-16. The '9a-
tors slipped six spots to No. 18. The
big win and return to the rankings .
represents aturningpointfor Miami
in coach Al Golden's third season.
The 'Canes are 15-11 under Golden,
but have yet to go t0'the postseason,
thanks to a self-imposed, ban the
school put in place as punishment
for the improper benefits investiga-
tion that. the NCAA has yet to rule
on. Until that "cloud lifts, Golden's
rebuilding efforts at Miami will be
Stunted.
' No. 25 Mississippi also moved into
the poll, the firsttime it has been
ranked since the final 2009 poll.

From the archives
No. 5 Stanford and South Carolina
both reached 50 consecutive AP
poll appearances, school records
for each. The Gamecocks arid Car-
dinal are tied for fifth among active
streaks, behind No. 1 Alabama (81),
No. 8 LSU (67),.No. 2 Oregon (63)
and No. 14 Oklahoma (51) .... Flor-
ida, Florida State and Miami are all
ranked for the first time since Oct.
3,2010.


Oklahoma St. AD apologizes to Big 12 schools


The Associated Press

STILLWATER, Okla.
Oklahoma State ath-
letic director Mike Holder
apologized to his fellow
athletic directors around
,the Big 12 Conference
on Monday in advance
of what's expected to be
a scathing expose of the
footballprogrambySports
Illustrated."
"I apologizeto alltheath-
letic directors in the con-
ference for what's about to
happen, for what's about
to be said about a mem-


ber. institution,". Holder
said qt a news conference
without taking questions.
"That reflects on every-
one, all our brothers and
peers, we're very remorse-
ful about that."
The school announced
over the weekend that SI
had notified, it of the up-
coming series, which de-
tails'transgressions by the
football program starting
in 2001. Oklahoma State
said it has notified the
NCAA and launched its
own -investigation.
Sports Illustrated, in a


news release sent Monday,
gave highlights of the five-
part series that wiU begin
Tuesday with a posting
on SI.com. The magazine
says it conducted inter-
views 'with more than 60
former Oklahoma State
players who played for the
school from 2001-10.
Among the_ allegations
of misconduct and poten-
Stial NCAA violations are:
An Oklahoma State
assistant coach paid cash
bonuses to players of up
to $500 for performance.
--, Oklahoma State


boosters and at least two
assistant coaches fun-
neled money to players
and provided sham jobs
for which players were
paidl.
Tutors and other
school personnel com-
pleted school work for
players and professors
gave passing grades for
little or no work.
The program's drug
policy was selectively en-
forced, allowing some star
.players to go unpunished
for repeated positive
tests.


Texas fires defensive coordinator after BYU rout


The Associated.Press

AUSTIN, Texas Texas
fired defensive 'coordina-.
tor Manny Diaz on Sunday,
less than 24 hours after one
of the worst defensive per-
formances in the history of
the program.
Longhorns coach Mack
Brown announced that for-
mer Longhorns defensive
coordinator and Syracuse
coach iGreg Robinson will
take over the job.
"Our performance on
defense last night was un-
acceptable, and we need to
change that," Brown said.
BYU ran for' 550 yards,
the most ever allowed by
Texas, in a .40-21 victory
against the Longhorns on
Saturday night, putting a
potential breakthrough
season on the brink of an-
other big disappointment
if the Longhorns can't fix
their defensive problems.
Texas (1-1) plays No. 25
Mississippi. (2-0) at home
on Saturday.
Brown hired Diaz after
Texas finished 5-7 in 2010
and defensive coordinator
Will Muschamp left to be
the head coach at Florida.
The hire was a surprise


considering Diaz had been
defensive coordinator just
one season at Mississippi
State, but Brown called
him a rising star in coach-
ing who br6utight energy
and new ideas to his strug-
gling program.
Aside from a blowout
loss to Oklahoma, Diaz's
first season was a success
as Texas matured into the
best defense in the Big 12.
But the unit regressed into
the one of the worst in pro-
gram history in 2012. As
the season wore on, play-
ers complained that team-
mates weren't lining up
correctly or playing hard
every game. ,
Texas hid some of those
problems with a- 9-4 fin-
ish and.a bowl victory and
Brown shrugged off ques-
tions if,Diaz would be re-
placed. But after the loss to
BYU, Diaz's tenure was be-
ing measured in minutes.
Television cameras dur-
ing the game showed
Brown huddled with Diaz
and defensive backs coach
'Duane Akina seemingly
pleading with them to find
a way to stop BYU's ma-
rauding rushing attack. ,
Brown refused to say in


his postgame news confer-
ence if he planned to keep
Diaz on the job, andby Sun-
day afternoon announced
that he will be reassigned
within the athletic depart-
ment'. Diaz makes more
than $600,000 a year.
Brown knew he was tak-
ing a chance on Diaz when
he hired him. Diaz, who
once worked at ESPN and
thought he wanted a career
in sports" journalism, was
inspired to pursue coach-
ing after helping cover a Bill
Parcells news conference,.
Diaz's career took him
from graduate assistant
role at Florida State to
North Carolina State and
Middle Tennessee. He was
defensive coordinator at
Middle Tennessee for four


seasons before taking the
same job at Mississippi
State. Diaz hadn't applied'
for the Texas job until
Brown called him.,
In Robinson, Brown gets
a coordinator with NFL ex-'
perience who has rescued
the Texas defense before.
Robinson spent one sea-
son with Texas in 2004,
helping guide the Long-
horns to an 11-1 finish and
a Rose Bowl victory' over
Michigan and was notable
for his fiery personality on
the sideline. Robinson left
Texas to be the head coach
at Syracuse, where he spent
four dreadful seasons, go-
ing 10-37. He served as
Michigan's defensive coor-
dinator under Rich Rodri-
guez in 2009 and '10, and


then returned to Texas in
July as a football analyst.
"He knows this place, did
a terrific job in leading our
defense before, and I'm ex-
cited to have him back on
the field," BroWn said.
Robinson also spent 14
years in the :NFL, most
notably as defensive coor-
dinator when the Denver


Broncos won consecutive
Super Bowls in 1997-1998.
"This is a tough deal for
everyone involved, but I
love the University of Texas
and coach Brown has been
wonderful to me," Rob-
inson said in a statement
released by the team. "I'll
do anything I can to help
him.")


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mother of four. Myhusband is 44 and : back on his drinking and see a doctor?
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much better than jumping to the wrong conclusion.
In today's deal,; South is in three no-trump. West .
Leads his foutth-highest spade. East wins with his ace
and returns the two (lowest of three remaining cards).
South wins with his king and cashes the club ace, but
East discards a spade. How should declarer proceed
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Taking those questions in reverse order, South
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but it would risk missing a slam because partner
Should not expect such a powerful hand.
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diamonds and two clubs. This seems to require the
diamond finesse. And that is a favorite, given that West
started with five spades and four clubs. (The odds
have gone up from 50 to 69 percent.),
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three hearts tricks ending on the board and plays
a diamond to his jack, he goes down. The talented
player cashes his diainond ace first, just in case
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l -3Window Tint$89,front two windows
Cars' & Tiucks $189
SUVs $250 SUVs Ceramic Tint,
Professional Piano & Organ Teacher Tint Removal, Car Wash/Details
I teach private piano and organ lessons in my RockrBottom Audio andTinit, ,
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by Trailer Works Ozark, like new, neverused
forconstruction, floof'r carpeted and top insu-
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Wanted: Old Coins, Gold,
S Diamonds, Guns, And Tools
West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-67.1-1440.

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nutrients in the soil more readily available to
the plants therefore increasing nutrient uptake
anrid providing protection for your plants from
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channel tongue & frame; 2 5200# brake axles'
& breakaway box; 15" 8-ply radial tires; heavy
duty treadplate fenders; 2"x8" pressure treat-,'
ed!Wood floor; 5' chain up ramps; 7000# drop- :
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born 6-21, litter trained and ready for thier new
homes $200.-$300. 334-774-2700 After lOam


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grower in every type of growing condition Hills. He lsapproximat'ly 14
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vegetable garden or a much larger scale lik e Brutus and is extremely afH
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Trumpet, Flute, Clarinet, Trombone,
Drums, Bells Sax. Violin, Guitar
from $27.50 Month or 5269. CASH
With Warrantyll in Dothan
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I have black, blue, and blondes left. $450. .
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FREE: Lab mix puppies 3/M & 4/F. 850-209-7047
Golden Retriever puppies AKC certified.
9 weeks old $250. Cafl Jim 850-272Z-0873
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of the Farm'team will operate tractors
for planting, tillage, mowing; supervise
Inmates; otherduties.,
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National Dedicated Carrier is hiring 2 (CDL-A)
Peddle Route Drivers in Marianna, area. Home,
weekends. Must have 2 years experience and
Hazmat Endorsement 706-342-9000 EXT; 1565.


40 hrs/wk F/T position with benefits.
Must have valid driver's license & ability
to pass pesticide applicator's licensure
test. 5-10 years of proven experience and
personnel management or a BS in related
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Snew flooring/paInt
$525/mo. $400/dep.l1yr. lease-*No Pets
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3BR/1BA 1712 Mission Rd. Furn house C "I&A,
with carport $650. Mo. + $650 Dep. No smoking
or Pets. Credit Report & lyr lease required.
Call 850-638-6405 for appointment.

I & 2BR Apartments In Marianna
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own
Lot rent Included. For details
850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4m
3/2 DM. Wd. Mobile Home (by Itself)
on quiet lot In Sneads. 850-209-8595 ||
,3BR/2BA singleifamily home w/garage and big
back yard. Located in great neighborhood...,
$700/month and $500dep. CR & A required.
Call 954-445-2451 for appointment
Austin Tyler & Co *
Quality Homes & Apartments
.850- 526-3355 or austintvlerco.com
"Property Management Is Our -ONLY Business"'
Lovely 3BR/1BA House on Wilton St. c dlean, in
town, near schools, nice yard, quiet neighbor- -
hpod, outdoor pets ok. $625/mo plus deposit.
850-482-6211/209-0188 4w
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2/2 MH South of Cottondale Central Heat/Air,
$500. + dep. & 2/1 MH H/A $450, + dep. water&
lawn care Is furnished. 850-352-4393/ 209-4516
2 & 3 bedroommobile Homes, In Cottondale.
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer Included.
httpW// wwwctharloscountryilnig.com.
050-202-10147 4
I 2 &3BR Mobile Homes
In iarnanna &Sneads (850)209-8595 II


2BR IBAat Mllpond $495 + dep. very nice,
Swater/sewer/lawn maintenance included,
' access to Dond. No nets 850-209-3970


l ATV FOR SALE!!
,2013 PolarisRZR 800.
Seats 2, low hours and
comes with a four year
extended warranty. In
great condition. $13,300.
347-1302 or 494-0724 for questions or to see!

1968 Chaparral 15ft Walk Thru Windshield Boat
with 80HP Mercury, needs water pump, good
trailer $1,200. Call 334-790-5370
-Basstracker 1988,
Mercury 60 HP,
depth finder, trailer,
excellent condition,
$2,300 334-632-0018
Lancer 16'-stick Steering Boat, 60hp Mercury 4
stroke motor w/stainless steelI 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 trailerw/greasable hubs and spare tire;
[very few hours]. Asking price: $13,000 OBO
(Home: 229-732.6421) (Cell: 229-310-9795)

Allegro Motor Home 2001 Ford V10,33ft.
with 2 slides, 41K miles, Very Clean, "
$35,000. 334-797-4777. Stored inside building

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Chevrolet 2008 Impala -red, 4-door, 58,175 .
miles, one owner, exc. cond. $8,795.
334-712-0251. ..
Chevrolet 2009 Cobalt 2-door, 5-speed, silverein
color, less than 8000 miles. $8965.334-792-3903
or 334-435-5823. <
-Ford 1996 Taurus GL Wag-
Son. loaded, cold air, good
tires, extra clean, only
30,000 miles, $3695. Call
S334-790-7959.
Ford 2006 RangerXLTSuper Cab .4 door model
V6/4.0 liter engine, power steering, tilt wheel,
cruise control, power windows, power door
locks, power o/s mirrors, AC, AM/FM with CD
player, bed, liner, tow package, new tires, new
battery, 346000 original miles, white with grey
cloth interior, floor mats. Excellent condition,
$13,950: 334-585-3891, leave message.
B^ Ford 2008 Mustang GT -
Grabber Oranrge. Premium
I Edition. Garage kept, one.
6 ., wner & only 71,800 miles.
SClear title. Never been in an accident nor 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.
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*V' bJ.:'. =k $O Down/Ist Payment,
eg ,Tax, Tag & Tile Pass
m | BRepo pass bankruptcy..
*- ~ SLOW CREDIT OK
Ask About $1000. off at time of purchase.
m# Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550
Infiniti 2004 Q4"
SPremium model. 38,000
~original miles. Harvest
Siver wth tadleather
interior. Unbelievably nice. Brand hew Michelin
tires. Nonri-smoker and garage kept By owner.
$16,960. Call or text 334-806-6004.
Jl~i [P~iMercury 200" .
'Moufntneor: Very well
mnaintadined'S .UV. All wheel
drive. Fully equipped with
all options. $6,500; Call 334-790-1233

NIssan 2012 Versa. Gas Prices Going Up, Get
Great Fuel Mileage, $250 down, $250 per
month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243 .
Nissan 2013 Sentra, Great gas mileage, all pow-
er equipment AM/FM/CD, AT. $300 down, $300
per month. Call Steve Hitcher 334-791-8243
Pontlac2006 Vibe, low mile,. Super Sharp!
$200 down, 1889 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-
714-0028..
Toyota 2011 Camry, Super, Sharp! Low miles,
must sell, $200-down, $249 per month. Call Ron
Ellis 334-714 0028.


Mobile Homes for Rent 2/1 Located bween Volvo 2008 C30 T5 (turbo)
Grand Ridge Sneads. 6i,000 mi. Leather seats,
Includes watergarbage&pest mallnt power seats &windows,
heated seats, Sunroof.
$360. Mo 4 85-573-0308 Bluetooth, navigation,
AM/FM radio, CD player, keyless entry. Great
Small Qulet Fmily Oriented Park 1,2 & 3BR 'cond. $17,500.334-477-6831 or 334-477-6839
MH's for Rent Includes water, garbage, *.
** dam. reNo Pets 0+592-1639 MOTORCYCLES


Beautiful Waterfront Home For Sale
See Pictures on:
For Sale By Owner Listing'23321125


S2002 Harley-Davidson
Sportster XL1200C Cus-
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Screamin' Eagle II exhaust*
Saddlebags &cover includ-
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?Honda2006VTX1300RS:
black, like new, water
cooled, shaft drive, only r i rl hW -
7200 original miles $5,000. h F'.Lrl - "
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GOMC 2007 Yukon SLT 2WD.
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-owner. Brown/tan leather
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LF160224 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION File No:
2013-222-PR IN RE: ESTATE OFIMOGENE
BONTRAGER, A/K/A IMOGENE B. BONTRAGER
Deceased. '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS .:
The administration of the estate oflImogene
Bontrager, a/k/a Imogen'eB. Bontrager, de- .
ceased, whose date of death was July 26,2013'
is pending in the Circuit Court for Jackson
County, Florida, Probate Division, the address
of which is 4445 Lafayette Street, Marianna,
FL. 32446. The names-and addresses of the
personal representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth below. ,
All creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this notice is re-
quired to be served must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their claims with
this court WITHIN MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
ODS SET FORTHIN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this notice is
September 10, 2013.
Personal Representative:
/s/Daniel Eli Bontrager
5004 Bontrager Lane
Marianna, Florida 32448
Attorney for Personal Representative:
/s/H. Cranston Pope
Attorney for Daniel Eli Bontrager
Florida Bar Number: 0582409
Pope & Barloga, P.A.
736 Jenks Ave.
P.O. Box 1609 (32402)
Panama City, FL 32401
Telephone: (850) 784-9174
Fax: (850)J692-6822
E-Mail: hcp@popebarloga.com
Secondary E-Mail: tprater@popebarloga.c6m
LF160231
PUBLIC NOTICE
PPLCS Public Hearing on FY 13-14 Budget Sept
17, 2013 at 4:i5pm


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Georgia likes the view from 1st place in SEC East


The Associated Press

ATHENS, Ga. Georgia likes
this view a whole lot better.
The Bulldogs were forced to
rally the last two seasons, man-
aging to win a pair of South-
eastern Conference East titles
despite losses to South Carolina.
Now, it's Georgia seizing the ear-
ly lead, knocking off the Game-
cocks 41-30 in the league opener
and moving up two spots to No.
9 in the Associated" Press. rank-
ings Sunday.
South Carolina slipped seven
places to No.. 13 and will have
to do what the Bulldogs did two
years in a row-- come from be-
hind to reach the SEC title game
in Atlanta. .
"It feels great to be ahead in
the SEC East," Georgia quarter-
back Aaron Murray said after
Saturday's game. "That's ,a huge
thing."
The .Bulldogs (1-1, 1-0 SE)
snapped a. three-year. losing
streak to the Gamecocks (1-1, 0-
1), thanks to a dynamic offensive
performance and one key defen-
sive play a goal-line stop 'in.,
the fourth quarter. This-was es-
sentially a must-win for Georgia,.
given it has a more difficult con-
ference schedule the rest of the
way, including a game in three
weeks against No. 8 LSU.
Georgia is off this week. It will
be an enjoyable break.
"It's been tough. for three years
hoping.that (South Carolina) los-
es so that we can get to Atlanta,"
Murray ,said. "We know it's a long
season, though, and we just have
to keep working."
There's not a whole lot of work
needed on the offensive side, not
after the Bulldogs ripped off 536
yards and controlled the ball for
more than 35 minutes against
Jadeveon Clowney and the South


S' :. "TE ASSOCIATED PRESS
,Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray rolls out of the pocket before throwing an 8-yard touchdown pass to tailback
Todd Gurley during Georgia's 41-30 win over South Carolina in Saturday's game in athens, Ga.


Carolina defense.
Murray, a fifth-year senior,
had one of the best games of
-his ,career, completing 17 of
'23 passes even with several
drops for 309 yards and four
touchdowns. More impressively,.
he showed some mobility on two
of his scoring throws, a.point of
emphasis during his preseason
work with offensive coordinator
Mike Bobo.
An 8-yard TD to T6dd Gurley
late in the third quarter came
after the running hack ran the
wrong route. Murray rolled out


of the pocket, motioned Gurley
to an open spot in the end zone
and zipped him the scoring pass.
But the biggest play came with


hauled in the throw and was
gone:on an 85-yard touchdown
that 'provided some breathing
room in the wild, back-and-forth,


13 minutes remaining, after the game.
Gamecocks had scored to close- "That's what we talked about
within 34-30. extending plays, when things
On third-and-13, Bobo sent in break down in the pocket, just:
a play the Bulldogs had not prac- not crumble in the pocket and
ticed all week. Murray slipped 'take a sack, be able to get out of
away from Clowney barreling the pocket, let my receivers work,
into the backfield, rolled to the and get open," Murray said. "We'
left, and lofted a pass to Justin were able to have two huge plays
Scott-Wesley, standing all along there." '
down the sideline, not a defend- Defensively, the Bulldogs gave
er in sight. The speedy receiver', up plenty of huge plays for the;


second week in a row. They cer-
tainly knew there would be some
growing pains after losing seven
players in the NFL draft, but
Georgia has surrendered more
points (68) and yards (921) than
anyone would've expected at
this early point.
SThat said, the situation sounds
even more dire at South Caro-
lina, where coach Steve Spurrier
second-guessed the schemes of
defensive coordinator Lorenzo
Ward and vowed some changes
before the Gamecocks' game
next weekend against Vander-
bilt. Things got so bad a couple
of defensive "assistants nearly
came to blows on the. sideline
early in the.secood half before
being separated.
"We're struggling on defense,"
said 'Spurnrier, .never one.- to
mince words. "It's sort of sad
*watching."
''The biggest priority for South
Carolina is finding a way to get
Clowney more involved. -The
Gamecocks, surely knew oppo-
nents would come up with ways
to stay away rom such.a domi-
nating player, but they seem at a
loss to figure out some counter"
moves. Georgia- assigned extra
blockers to Clowney when need-
ed, but mostly just saw where he
was' lining up and ran the other
way. ,
Clowney was clearly frustrated
after beingheld to three tackles,
including -his first sack of the
season. -
"I told the coaches, man, you've
to put me somewhere else,"
the defensive end said. "In the
middle if you want. Idon't know.
Somewhere so I can make some
plays and help the team and put
us in position to win the game.
They reallyjust ran the ball away
from me and took me right out
of the gamee"


Oklahoma QB Knight


out (knee); Bel to start
The Associated Piess. ; o


'" .... ' .. '' ' ".' ') : .* ... ..THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller lies on the ground after being injured during the first
quarter of Saturday's game against San Diego State in Columbus, Ohio.. .


OSU BatonMiers



day-todayfor Cal game


ThpAssociatedPress

COLUMBUS;- Ohio -
Braxton Miller's status as
No. 4 Ohio State's starting
quarterback for Saturday's
game at California is still up-
in the air.
Millersustainedasprained
ligament in his left knee in
last weekend's 42-7 victory
over San Diego State.-
"Braxton Miller will be a
day-to-day decision," coach
Urban Meyer said on Mon-
day. "I just metwith him to-
day. He'sfeelingmuchbetter.
He wag a little stiff, which,
the first 48 hours after that,
injury is very tough."
Miller was hurt on Ohio
State's first offensive pos-
session when he kept the
ball on a passing play and
was pinned between two
defenders, twisted and fell
backward to the turf.
He did not return to the
game. Kenny Guiton came
in to pass for two touch-
downs and run for another
score in his place.
Meyer, who confirmed
that the junior's injury was
a sprained medial-collateral
ligament, said he would not
Serr on the side of caution
and stick with Guiton to al-
low Miller extra time to be
completely healthy. .
"I don't think so, no," he
said. "If he's healthy to play
and play like Braxton plays,
Which, you know, he's not
4


your pocket quarterback
and he does a lot of things
for us. But if he's'healthy to
go, he'll certainly go. We are
not saving him or holding
him back.
"This will (take) every-'
thing we've. got to .win this,
game."
Ohio State is a prohibi-
tive favorite against-Cal (1-
1), which lost its opener at
home to Northwestern and
then barely beat Football
Championship Subdivision
member Portland State last
week. :.
Miller, who wais'not made:
available for interviews after
the game or on Monday, is a
three-year starter -who has.
beenconsidered among the
top" few Heisman Trophy
favorites'..
Wide receiver. Corey
Brown said he would be
shocked if Miller doesn't
play on Saturday.
"I'd.be very surprised," he
said. "Braxton is a real hard
worker. I saw him earlier. He
was in the training room re-
habbing. I expect him to do
What a leader does and he'll
be in the training roomev-
ery day and I think he'll be
fine."
Tight end Jeff Heuerman
felt the same way.
"Braxton'rs a tough kid,"
he said. "If, he can play he'll
definitely be out there play-
ing for the team. He's kind of
taking it day to day but our


trainers and coaching staff
will do everything they can
to have'him ready. I know
how bad he wants to be out
there."
SCo-offensive coordinator
and line coach Ed Warin-
ner said there's not much
of .a falloff from. Miller to
Gtuiton. .:"
."You don't feel like all of
a- sudden half of the game
plan is eliminated because
'your second-team quar-
terback goes in," Warinner
said. "We feel that (Guiton)
is still very capable of exe-
cuting just about everything
Out there."
Meyer said Cardale Jones
and freshman Ji.T., Barrett are
the Buckeyes' other scholar-
ship.quarterbacks. Both will
make the trip, put West just
in case. '
"Plan G and Plan D are,
real close to each other right
now," Meyer said of Jones
and Barrett. "We practiced
.them both yesterday"


NORMAN, Okla. -Okla-
homa coach Bob Stoops
mighthave a quarterback
controversy on his hands.
Stoops said Monday that
No. 14 Oklahoma will start
junior Blake Bell on Satur-
day against Tulsa. He re-.
places Trevor IKnight, who
beat out Bell during the
preseason.,
:,Stoops said Knight suf-
fered a bruised knee late
in the first half of Oklaho-
ma's' 16-7 win over West
Virginia last Saturday, tnd
'will miss up to tw6o-weeks.
After suffering the injury,
Knight continued to play,
in the third quarter before
Bell finished the game for
the Sooners .
While Oklahoma (2-0)
has beaten Louisiana-
Monroe and West Virginia
to start the. season, the
Sooners' passing game a
strength with Sam 'Brad-
ford,. then Landry Jones,
playing \quarterback the
past six seasons has
looked shaky. Knight has
completed just 43.8 per-
cent of his passes for 205
'yards;-with four touch-
downs and three inter-
ceptions, although he has
rushed for 145 yards.
He threw two intercep-
tions, and lost- a fumble
against.West Virginia, al-
though Stoops conceded
':that' "the injury probably
bothered Knight. .;
Bell,' used mostly as a,
short-yardage rushing
-specialist the past two
seasons, is 3-for-6 passing:
this season for 38 yards.
He attempted only one
pass in the fourth quarter
against the Mountaineers,
as the Sooners leaned on


,; THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
Oklahoma quarterback Trevor Knight is brought down for a
loss by West Virginia linebacker Brandon Golson.(2) in the
first quarter of Saturday's game in Norman, Okla.


a strong rushing game -
which rolled up 316 yards
- to run out the clock.
'Stoops said he thought
Bell "looked comfortable"
and "was doing every-
thing like you'd want him
to 'do."
"When we made the
switch, regardless of what
reasoning, things just
weren't going as well as
we felt they should have,"
Stoops said. "So we want-
ed to give Blake an oppor-
tunity. With Trevor now
being out a week or two.
we're starting Blake here
this week."
" Stoops wouldn't com-
mit to giving the job back
to Knight after he returns
from injury. To complicate
matters further, the coach
said sophomore quarter-
back Kendal Thompson,
whob suffered a fractured
foot on the first day ofpre-
season practice, has been


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cleared to return to prac-
tice and will back up Bell
against Tlsa (1-1).,
If Thompson's .injury
flares up, then fourth-
stringer Cody Thomas
would be,. Bell's back-
up against the' Golden
Hurricane.
The situation has all the
makings of an in-season
quarterback derby, some-
thing the Sooners haven't
faced since 2005, when
Paul Thompson started
the opener a shocking
home loss to TCU before
giving way to Rhett Bomar,
who started the rest of the
season.
Stoops has said many
times that the preseason
competition was .dose
between Knight, Bell and
Thompson, and he waited
until nine days before the
season opener to choose
Knight over Bell as the
Sooners' starter..

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