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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, FL
Publisher:
Jackson County Floridan, Valeria Roberts - Publisher
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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ACA5476 ( LTUF )
33284558 ( OCLC )
000366625 ( AlephBibNum )
sn 95047182 ( LCCN )

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

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ThisNe wspa per Is Pr inted On Re cy cledNe ws print MILDREDM.BRUNER HAROLDJOHNSON JE SS IEMAEOLIVE IRB Y CLYDEPRICE PA MEL A D. SELMAN HUBER T WENDELLWILLIAMS OBIT UA RIES CL AS SIFIEDS9B PUZ ZLES11B ST AT E5A LO CA L 3A OBIT UA RIES 13A OPINION4ASPOR TS 1B INSIDE TO DA YÂ’SFLORIDAN MU ST READS! CIT Y MEETING Marianna hir es co nsultants to helpwithFEMA re imbur se ment 14A PA GE 13A Pa rt lyCloudy De ta ils 2A High: 78 Lo w: 58 TO DA YÂ’SWE AT HER FO LL OW US www .f acebook. co m/JCFLoridan @J CFloridanNe ws MENTALHEALTH CONCERNS St re ss depr ess ion mountingin wa ke of HurricaneMichael 5A WEDNESD AY OC TO BER 24 20 18 $1.00 Vo l.95No 85 Jac ks on Co unty Â’s ne ws pa persince 19 23 Po li! ca la dver!semen tp aid fo ra ndappr ov ed by Clin tP ate ,R epublican, fo rC ountyCommissionerDistrict2.ProvenLeade rs hip |A ccoun ta bi lit y| Commitment Ih umblyask fo ry our con! nuedsupportin 2018as we mo ve Jackson County fo rw ard. Cell:850-527-3900 Email:pa te clint@yahoo. com Thursday -O ctober25 CoastalAlabama-South-2:00PMCoastalAlabama-South-4:30PM Fo rs chedulesvisit,scores &s chedules ,v isit ChipolaAthletics.com OCTOBER BA SEBALL HOMEGAMES BY DEBORAH BU CKHALTER dbuckhalter@jcoridan. comFl orida Go ve rn orRickScott wasin Ja ckson Co unty Tu esday afternoon,learningmoreaboutlocalneedsandconcernsintheaftermathof Hu rricane Michael.Thego ve rn or re iterated thestate 's co mmitmenttohelpinginits re co ve ry He met slightlylessthanan hourwithkeyofcialsofthecountyas we llasthemanystate andfederalof cials helpingthe community re co ve r. He said laterthatthoseofcialshigh-lightedtheneedforcontinuingpo we randinternet re storation, helpwithagriculturallosses debris re mo va l,timberlosses Go v. Scott vi sits Ja ck son Co un ty says co mmit te d to re co ve ry ef fo rts Hur ri caneMichaelReco ve ry Go v. Rick Sc ot t, right shak es hands with so meoneinthe co unty Â’ emer ge nc y management ce nter tue sd ay. Se e SC OTT ,Pa ge 13A DEBORAH BUC KHALTER/FLORIDIAN HURRICANEMICHAELREC OV ERY PHO TO S BY MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN Wo rkers pa usetheircleanup ef fo rt s to let st udents pa ss Monda y morningatChipola Co lleg e. Wi lliam Wa gner wo rkson re movingthe st orm-damaged aw ningsatthe So uthern Ex pr ess Fo odMartin Co tt ondaleMonda y. StudentsatChipola Co llege re turned to achangedlands ca peMonda y morning Students fo und thatman y of the ca mpus es treeshadbeenuproo te dorbrokeninhalf by Hu rricaneMichaelÂ’s winds CLEANUPUNDER WAY BY DEBORAH BU CKHALTER dbuckhalter@jcoridan. comJa ckson Co unty Co mmissionerswillwaiveanycustomerlatefeesonwaterbillsforthemonthof Oc tober.Theyalso plantodiscountthebill by a certainamounttoaccountforthelackofserviceinthelatterpartofthemonthafter Hu rricane Mi chaelblewthroughand upsetutilityservicesall ov erthe countyand re gion. Theboardmadethatdecision andseveralothersinameetingTu esdaymorningat Ma ri anna City Ha ll,borr ow ingthemunicipality'smeeting ro ombecauseofdamagetothecountyadministrationbuilding. Fo rinstance,thepanel vo ted towaiveallcommunitydevel-opment/building re gulations re latedtoconstruction/redeve lopmentforatimebecause ofthedisaster.Thedurationofthewaiverwasunspeciedinthataction. Co mmissionersalsoauthori ze dstaffandboardattorney Mi chelle Jo rd antoprepareadve rt ise re questsforproposals Co un ty OKsOc to ber wa te rbillpror ate Co mmissionersdiscussdisas te raid Se e CO UNTY ,Pa ge 14A

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5-D AY WE AT HER OU TLOOK RIVERREADINGSChipola(Marianna)Ob se rved: 13 .8 7'FloodStage:18' Chipola (A ltha)Ob se rved:18 .6 7'FloodStage:22' Apalachicola(Woodruff Da m)Ob se rved:44 .8 4'FloodStage:66' Apalachicola(Blount sto wn)Ob se rved: 8. 33'FloodStage: 17' Choct aw hatchee (C aryville)Ob se rved: 5. 54 FloodStage: 14' NWSob se rved re adingsarelat es t av ailableprior to pr es stime. En te rprise Do than Do nalsonville Pe nsacola Cr es tv iew Marianna Marianna Pa namaCity Ta llahas see 76 /56 76 /56 79 /64 79 /64 78 /56 78 /56 80/6 3 80/63 81 /56 81/56 78 /5 9 78 /59 77 /5 9 77 /59 78 /5 7 78 /57 THES UN& THEM OON Sunris e .................. 6:50a.m. Suns et .................. 5:5 9p .m. Mo on ri se .............. 6:25p .m. Mo on se t ................ 6:36a .m. ALABAMA GEORGIA MOO NPHA SE S Pa rtl y Cloudy WEDNESD AY !78 57 Ra in THU RS DAY TH UR SD !64 54 AMSho we rs FRI DAY FR ID !64 47 Pa rtl y Cloudy SA TURD AY !66 51 Sunny SU ND AY !72 48 FLORIDA 2A WEDNESD AY OC TO BER 24 20 18 JA CK SO N COU NTYFLORIDAN www .j coridan. comWA KE-UP CA LLCO NT AC T US Te lephone: 850-5 26361 4 FA X: 850-4 82-44 78 Em ail: editorial@jcoridan. com Street Ad dr ess : 4403 Co nstitutionLane Marianna,FL32448 Of ce Hours: We ekda ys 8a.m. to 5 p. m. The Ja ck so n Co unt y Floridan(USPS 27 1840)ispublished ea ch We dnesda y and Sa turda y. Ja ck so n Co unt y sub sc ribersshould re ce ivetheir mailededition ea ch We dne sd ay and Sa turda y. If yo udidnot re ce ive yo urne wspa per co ntactcus to mer se rviceat 85 0-526-361 4. Pe riodicalpo st age pa idatMarianna,FL. Po st mas te rplease se ndchange of addr ess to 4403 Co nstitutionLane Marianna,FL32448. SU BS CRIPTION RA TES Mail De livery: 3months $20; 6months $40;12months $78 Electronic Ed ition: EEd itionisfree witha pa idprintsub sc ription. Get di gitalac ce ss withunlimited we b andmobile we bac ce ss to JCFloridan. co mandourelectronic re plicaedition fo r$6 .0 0permonth. Re quir es EZ Pa y. Allpric es lis te daresubject to Florida sa les tax (ifapplicable). ADVERTISING Theadvertiseragreesthatthepub-lishershallnotbeliable fo rdamag es arisingout of errorsandadvertisementsbe yo ndtheamount pa id fo r thespaceactuallyoccupied by that portion of theadvertisementsin whichtheerroroccurred,whethersucherrorisdue to thenegligence of thepublisher 's emplo ye es or ot herwis e, andthereshallbenotliabilit y fo rnon-insertion of an y advertisementbe yo ndtheamount pa id fo r suchadvertisement Thisne wspa per willnotknowinglyac ce pt orpublish illegalmaterial of an y kind. Ad ve rtisingwhich ex pr esses pr ef erence ba se donlegallypr ot ectedper so nal characteristicsisnotac ce pt able. HO W TO GET YO UR NEWS PU BLISHED The Ja ck so n Co unt y Floridanwill publishne ws of ge neralinter es tfree of char ge Submit yo urne ws or Co mmunit y Calendar ev entsviae-mail, fa x, mail,orhanddelivery Fe es ma y apply fo r we dding engagement anniver sa ry andbirthannouncement s. Fo rmsare av ailableattheFloridan of ces. Pho to graphsmustbe of go odqualit y andsuitable fo rprint TheFloridan re se rv es theright to editallsubmissions. GETTINGITRIGHT The Ja ck so n Co unt y Floridan'spolic y is to co rrectmis ta ke spromptly To re portanerror please ca ll526-3614 Monda yFr ida y. Pu blisher Va leria Ro berts vroberts@jcoridan. com To dayinHistory To dayis We dnesda y, Oc t. 24, the297thdayof2018.Thereare68daysleftinthe ye ar. To day's Hi ghlightin Hi stor y: On Oc t. 24 19 72 Ha llof Fa mer Ja ckie Ro binson,who 'd broken Ma jorLeague Ba seball 's colorbarrierin1947,diedinSt amford, Co nnecticut,atage 53. On thisdate: In 16 48 ,the Pe aceof We stphaliaendedtheThirty Ye ars Wa randeffectivelydestr oy ed the Ho ly Ro man Em pir e. In1861 ,the rsttranscontinentaltelegraphmessagewassent by Chief Ju stice St ephen J. Fi eldof Ca liforniafrom Sa n Fr anciscoto Pr esi dent Ab rahamLincolnin Wa shington, D. C., ov er alinebuilt by the We stern Un ion Te legraph Co. In 19 31 ,the Ge orge Wa shington Br idge,connecting Ne w Yo rk and Ne w Je rsey,wasof ciallydedicated(itopenedto trafcthenextday). In 19 39 ,nylonstockings we re soldpubliclyforthe rsttime, in Wi lmington, De lawar e. In 19 40 ,the40-hourwork we ek we ntintoeffectunder the Fa irLabor St andards Ac tof 1938. In 19 45 ,the Un ited Na tions ofciallycameintoexistenceasitschartertookeffect. In 19 52 Re publicanpresidentialcandidateDwight D. Ei senho we rdeclaredin De troit, "I shallgoto Ko re a" ashepromisedtoendtheconict.(Hemadethevisit ov er amonth later.) In 19 62 ,anavalquarantineof Cu baordered by Pr esi dent Jo hn F. Ke nnedy we ntintoeffect duringthemissilecrisis. In 19 80 ,themerchant freighterSS Po etdeparted Ph iladelphia,boundfor Po rt Sa id, Eg ypt,withacrewof34 andacargoofgrain;itdisap-peareden ro uteandhasnot beenheardfromsince. In 1989 ,formertelevision evangelist Ji m Ba kkerwassentenced by ajudgeinCharlotte, N.C.,to45 ye arsinprisonfor fraudandconspiracy. (T hesentencewaslater re ducedtoeight ye ars;itwasfurther re ducedto fourforgoodbehavior.) In 2002 ,authoritiesapprehendedArmy ve teran Jo hn Allen Mu hammadandteenager Lee Boyd Ma lvonear My ersville, Ma ry land,inthe Wa shington-areasniperattacks.(Malvowaslatersentencedtolifeinprisonwithoutthepossibility ofparole; Mu hammadwassentencedtodeathandexecutedin2009.) In 20 05 ,civil ri ghtsicon Ro sa Pa rk sdiedin De troitatage92. Te n ye arsago : Si nger-actress Je nnifer Hu dson 's motherand brother we re foundslainin theirChicagohome;thebodyofher7-year-oldnephewwasfoundthreedayslater.(Hud-son 's estrangedbrother-in-law wasconvictedofthemurdersandsentencedtolifeinprison.)A Ru ssian So yuzcapsule toucheddownin Ka zakhstan afterdeliveringthe rsttwo mentofollowtheirfathersintospace,a Ru ssianandanAmerican,totheinternationalspacestation. Five ye arsago : Pr esident Ba ra ckObamamadeaplea for Re publicancooperationon immigration,tellingaWhiteHo useevent, "R atherthan createproblems,let 's pr ov e totheAmericanpeoplethatWa shingtoncanactuallysolve someproblems ." In anapparent rst,amajority-femaleof ciatingcrewworkedanNCAA collegefootballgame;headlinesman Yv ondaLewis,line judge Ta ngela Mi tchell, el d judge Se brina Br unsonand backjudgeKrystle Ap ellaniz we re partoftheseven-person crewforthe Di visionIIgame between Mi lesandLane,which Mi leswon,38-26. Fo rm er Wo rld Ba nkeconomist Au gusto Od one,80,whodeedskeptical scientiststoinventatreatmenttotrytosavethelifeofhislittleboywastingawayfromaneu-ro logicaldisease(andwhowas portrayed byNi ck No lteinthe 1992 lm "L orenz o' s Oi l" ),died in Aq ui Te rm e, It aly. On e ye arago : Re publican Se n. Je ff Fl akeofArizonaannouncedthathewouldnotseek re -electionin2018;he 'd beencriticalofthepaththeGOPhadtakenunder Pr esi dent Donald Tr ump. Fa tsDomino, the ro ck n ro llpioneerwhose hitsincluded "B lueberry Hi ll" and "A in 't Tha ta Sh ame ," died inLouisianaattheageof89.Ac tor Ro bert Gu illaume,who won Em myawardsforhis portrayalofthesharp-tonguedbutlerinthesitcoms "S oap" and "B enson,"diedinLos Angelesat89. In agamethat beganin103-degreeheat,theLosAngelesDodgersopenedthe Wo rld Se ri eswitha3-1victory ov erthe Ho ustonAstrosin LosAngeles;Clayton Ke rshaw wasthewinningpitcherinhisWo rld Se ri esdebut. Thought fo r To day “T hr ee passions,simplebutoverwhelminglystrong, have go verned my life: th elonging fo rlove, th e se ar ch fo rknowledgeandunbearablepi ty fo r th esuf fe ringof mankind.” Be rt ra nd Ru ss ell En glishphilo so pher(18 72 -1 97 0) New Nov.7 Full Oct.24 Oct.31 LastFirst Nov.15 Co urt te mporarilystops yo ut h cl ima te laws uit The Asso ciated Pr essSEA TT LETheU.S. Supreme Co urtlast we ektempora ri lyblockedahigh-prole climatechangelawsuitbroughtby yo ungactivistswhoaccus e thefederalgo ve rn mentofviolatingtheir cons titutional ri ghts withpoliciesthathavecaused a dangerousclimate. Chief Ju stice Jo hn Ro berts signedanorderfreezingthetri-althatwassettostartin10daysinfederalcourtinOregonuntillawyersforthe yo ungpeople pr ov idea re sponseandthehigh courtissuesanotherorder. It markedavictoryforthe go ve rn ment,whichunderthe Obamaand Tr umpadministrationshastriedunsuccess-fullyfor ye arstogetthecase dismissed.AnexpertsaystheTr umpadministrationtried againbeforethe Oc t.29trial asthecourtshiftedtothe ri ght withthecon rm ationthis monthof Br ett Ka va naugh. The Su preme Co urt re fusedto tossthelawsuitin Ju ly,callingit "p re matur e." Ju stice De partmentlawyers askedagainThursday,arguingthattheclaimaimsto re direct federalenvironmentalpoliciesthroughthecourts ra therthan throughthepoliticalprocess. Ju lia Ol son,alawyer re presentingthe yo ungplaintiffs andchieflegalcounselfor Ou r Children 's Tr ust,s aidtheyar e condentthetrialwillmo ve forwardoncethejusticesre ceivetheir re sponse,whichis due by We dnesday. The Su preme Co urthas re cognizedinothercasesthat re viewofconstitutionalquestions"isbetterdoneona fu ll re cordwheretheevidenceis presentedand we ighed,"she saidinanemail. "T hiscaseis aboutalready re cognizedfundamental ri ghtsandchildren 's ri ghtsofequalprotectionunder thelaw ." The yo ungpeoplesaygo ve rnmentofcialshaveknownformorethan50 ye arsthatcarbon pollutionfromfossilfuelswascausingclimatechangeandthatpoliciesonoilandgasdeprivethemoflife,libertyandproperty.Theyalsosaythegov-ernmenthasfailedtoprotectnatural re sourcesasa "p ublic trust"forfuturegenerations. Thelawsuitwantsacour t toorderthego ve rn mentto stoppermittingandauthorizingfossilfuels,quicklyphaseoutcarbondioxideemissionstoacertainlevel by 2100and developanationalclimatere co ve ry plan. The Tr umpadministration gotatemporary re prieveonthe caseafteralsoaskingthe9thU.S.Circuit Co urtof Ap peals which re jectedthe re questin Ju ly. "T helatestattempttogetthe U.S. Su preme Co urttostop thetrialdoesnotappeartobebasedonanynewevidence or ar guments.Theonlynew elementisanadditional Su preme Co urtjustice ," said Me lissa Scanlan,aprofessorat Ve rm ont LawSchool,whoisnotinvolvedinthecase. Ka va naugh re placedthemor e moderateAnthony Ke nnedy. Scanlansaidthe Tr umpadministrationistryingtoavoid"w hatthey' re expectingtobe a 50-daytrialfocusedonclimatedisruption."Thetrialin Eu gene Oregon,wasexpectedtowrapupin Ja nuar y. Thefederalgo ve rn menthas arguedincou rt lin gsthat the yo ungpeopledon 't hav e standingtobringthecaseandtheissuesshouldbelefttothepolitical bran chesofgo ve rnment,notthecourt. THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS La wy ersand yo uthplaintif fs li neupbehinda ba nnerafterahearingbe fo re Fe deralDistrict Co urtJudgeAnnAikenbe tw eenla wy ers fo rthe Tr ump Ad ministrationandthe so ca lledClimateKidsin fe deral co ur t.

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PODs to re mainopen through we ekMo st Po intsof Di stributionforwater andotherstormsupplieswill re mainopenthrough theendofthis we ek. Althoughtherehad beenaplantoshutthemdownsoon,thatwasscrappedasofcialsconsideredhowmuchpo we routagestill existsinthecounty.The Na tional Gu ardis manningthese,withotheragenciesalsohavingapresenceastheirmobileunitstravel. The Po intsof Di stributioncurrently operatingare: Sn eads re creational eldsat2010Legion Ro ad. Gr andRidge re creational el dsoff U.S.90,mo ve dtothat locationfromtownhall. Chipola Ba ptist Mi nistriesoff St ate Ro ad 71in Ma ri anna. Acivilian-runPODat Rivertown Co mmunity ChurchonU.S.90in Ma ri annaisstill operationalas we ll. It 's beingspearheaded by Co nv oy of Ho pe, Rivertownandotherlocalchurchesworkingincooperation. Ma lone To wn Ha ll. ThisPODisnewly-established. Co ttondale Fi rst Ba ptistChurch,locatedat 3172 Ma in St. Alford Co mmunity Ce nterPODwas takendown,becauseCo ttondaleiscloseand manpo we rislimited.Sa lvationArm y pr ov iding fo odThe Sa lvationArmy hasstationedcanteensthroughout Ja ckson Co unty.Thecanteens pr ov idefreemealstothe publicduringdisasterre sponseand re co ve ry Me altimesare11:30a.m. to1:30 p. m.and4:30 p. m. to6:30 p. m. Sa lvationArmy Ca nteenscanbefoundat thefollowinglocations: Gr andRidge To wn Ha ll,at2086 Po rt er Av enue, Gr andRidge. Co mpassLake Vo lunteer Fi re St ation,at 3103 No rt ek Bo ulevard, Alford. Sn eads Hi ghSchool, at8066 Ol d Sp anish Tr ail, Sn eads. Mo bileunitsare travelingin Ma ri anna, Co ttondale,and Ma lone, Gr eenwoodand Ba scom. Also,on Mo nday, El Be thelChurch announcedthatithas13palletsofpre-boxedfoodandtoiletryitemsaswe llaswaterforpickup toanyoneinneed. It isat 2503 El Be thelChurch Rd Gr andRidge. Ca ll850-593-6044for moreinformation.Fr om st aff re ports Special to theFloridianThe Fl orida Na tional Gu ar d' s Jo int Ta sk Fo rc e-Floridacontinuesto re spondin theafte rm athof Hu rricane Mi chael. Appr ox imately3,400soldiersand air menar e involvedina va ri etyofmissionssuchas sea rc hand re scue, ro adclea ra nce,shelter assistanc e, foo dandwaterdistribution, and av iationmissions. Asof Sa turday, Oc t.20,thelatestupdate available,the Gu ard: Ha s ow n39aviationmissionstotaling 311 ighthours. Ha d322totalmissionsassigned. Is manningsixsheltersin Ba y, Ca lhoun and Gu lfcounties. Is operating25pointsofdist ri butionin Ba y, Ca lhoun, Ga dsden, Gu lf, Ja cksonand Wa shingtoncountie s. Is manningstatelogistics re sponse centersinOrlandoandlogisticsstagingar-easin Ta llahasseeand Ma ri anna. Ha sliaisonofcerspr ov idingsuppor t ineightcountie s. Is pr ov idingcommunicationsuppor t packagesin Ba y, Ca lhoun, Gu lf, Ja ckso n and Wa shingtoncountie s. Is performin g 16securitymissionsin Ba y, Ca lhoun, Gu lf and Wa shingtoncounties. JA CK SO N COU NTYFLORIDAN www .j coridan. com WEDNESD AY OC TO BER 24 20 18 3ALIFEINJACKSONCOUNTY & ST ATESpecial to theFloridianFl orida Bl ue,a we llknownhealthinsurer,hasannouncedplanstoadjustcertainprocessesinor-dertoassistclients,andinsomecases,any re sident, affected by thesto rm. Fl orida Bl ueisoffering thefollowinghealthser-vices to re sidents ofimpactedareas. So meofthe assistanceisspecic to members,whileotherhelpisopento al l: Wi thsomehospitals closedordamagedandmobilitydifcult, Fl orida Bl uehasexpandedhealth careservicesformember s withintheimpactedarea.Me mberscanseekhel p atanyfacilityandwillbeco ve re datthein-networ k level.Thecompanyalsohassuspended re ferral andpriorauthorization requirementsforanumbe r of se rv ices. Fo rnon-emergency injuriesandillnesses,anyre sidentofanevacuation zo newhohasonlineor phoneaccesscan re ceiv e freeonlineortel eph onic carefromamedicalpro-fessional24hours/daythrough Te ladoc. Re sidents canvisitwww.teladoc. com/ Mi chaelorcallthe hotlineat855-764-1727.No insuranceis re quired. Afree,bilingualhelp lineforemotionalsupport,available24hours/dayat833-848-1762. Fl orida Bl ue,inpartnershipwith Ne w Di re ctions Be havioral He alth,isofferingthesupportlineforboth En glish and Sp anishspeakers. No insuranceis re quired. Fo r Fl orida Bl uemembers re sidingincounties underastateofemergen-cy,early re llsonmaintenancemedicationsar e availableatin-networ k pharmaciesin Fl orida. In affectedareasofAlabama,Ge orgia, No rt h Ca ro lina and So uth Ca ro lina,early re llsmaybe re quested atpharmaciesonacase-by -casebasis. Fo rquestionsaboutearly re llsfor prescriptionsthat re quir e priorauthorization,mem-bersshouldcontact Fl orida Bl ueatthenumberon theirmemberIDcardorcall1-800-F LA -BLUE(1800-352-2583). Fo r ro und-the-clockinformationaboutbenet s, pr ov idersandmor e, Fl orida Bl uememberswithinternetaccesscanlogintotheiraccountatwww.oridablue.comordownloadthe Fl orida Bl uemobil e app. In a re leaseissued Mo nday,thecompanyalsoannouncedthatithasin-creasedits nancialcommitmenttothe re co ve ry effortto$500,000insuppor t of re sidentsofthe Fl orida Pa nhandle. Thecompanyhad pledged$100,000imme-diatelyafterthesto rm hit, Fl orida Bl ue re presentativessay,"butas re ports surfacedofongoingdev-astationandcontinuedlackof re sources,andafter visitingthe Pa nhandlewith membersofhisleadershi p team, Fl orida Bl ueCEO Pa t Ge ra ghtyauthorizedthe increasedlevelof nancial supportinanefforttohelphastenthe re gion 's re cover y, the re leasestates Ad ditionally,thecompanyispreparing1,00 0 Fl orida Bl uecarepackages containingfood,utens il s, toiletryitem s, detergent, trashbags,a rst-aidkit andotheritem s. Eachbo x isintendedtosustaintwoadults for sev enday s. Th e carepackageswillbeas-sembled by Fl orida Bl ue emplo ye esin Ja cksonville anddeliveredtothe re gion.Special to theFloridianAslocal re sidentspickupthepieces oftheirlivesinthedaysafter Hu rricane Mi chael 's devastation,thisinformation maybeofuse.Re ga rd ingdisas te r unemploymenthelp Di sasterunemploymentassistanceis availableat800-385-3920,and yo ucan leforbenetsat222.oridajobs.org. To successfullygothroughthatprocess, yo umustpr ov ide yo ur So cial Se curi ty Nu mber,nameandaddressof yo ur lastemplo ye r, the nameandaddressof anyplace yo uworkedout-of-stateduringthepasttwo ye ars,and,ifapplicable, yo uralien re gistrationnumberandexpirationdateofthat re gistration. Ifyo u' re self-emplo ye d yo uneed proofofself-employment. Fo rexample, proofsthatcouldser ve thepurpose include W2statements,stateorfederaltaxaccounts,astatementfromabankshowing yo urbusinessaccount, oracopyofatitleordeedtoabusinessproperty. Ifyo u we re scheduledtoworkbut couldnotdosoduetothedisaster, yo u musthavethenameandaddressoftheemplo ye randthedate yo u we re scheduledtowork.Re ga rd ingFEMAassistance Vi sitFEMAatwww.disasterassistance. govorcall1-800-621-3362tostarttheapplicationprocess. No tingtheprevalenceof ru mors regardingwhattheagencycanandcan 't do,ofcialssuggestthat yo uvisitwww. fema.gov/hurricane-michael-rumorcontroltogetallthefacts,butherearesomeclaricationsonsomeofthemostcommonmisunderstandings. FEMAisnotwritingcheckstosurvivo rsatpointsofdistributionwherethe agencyhas re pre-sentativespostedin mobileunits. At thos elocations,FEMA hasbeen,instead,pr ov idingsup-plies likefoodandwater. Theagencyisalsonotissuing90-day vo uchersforlodgingwhiledeplo ye din themobile re -sponselocations. In stead, peoplewhoapplyforhelpmaybe referredfor re ntalassistanceforaperiod ofabout90daysiftheirhomesarenowunlivableandiftheyaredeterminedeli-gible. FEMAisnothandingout vo uchersfor hotels.Themoneyforallshelteringap-pr ov ed by the agencyispaiddirectlyto thehotels.Otherimportantphonenumbers Fl orida De pt.of El der Ca re :1-800963-5337 Ve terans Di saster Ho tline:1-800507-4571 U.S. De pt.ofLabor:1-866-487-2365 Bl ue Ta rp Ro ofs(Corpsof En gineers):1-888-ROOF-BLU FloridaBlue to assist re sidentsaf fect ed by Mi ch ael Fa mil y, fa ns,of To m Pe tt y ga th er to nameparkinhishonor The Asso ciated Pr essGAINESVILLEA Fl oridaparkwas re namedafter iconic ro cker To m Pe tty whoplayedatthatparkasabo y. The Ga inesville Su n reportsthathundredsofmembersofthe To m Pe tty Na tion!fanclubvisited Ga inesvilleon Sa turdayto celebratethestar 's bir thdaywithhismusicandthededicationoftheformerNo rt heast Pa rk as To m Pe tty Pa rk. Hi sfamilywasalsoon hand. "M ybrotherandIgrew upinthispark. We played askids. My cousin re mindedmetheotherdayofmyre markthatitwasasanctuar y, andit re allywas ," saidbrother Br uce Pe tty. "I t wasaplaceforustoescapeandbekidsandhavefun.Thefactthat we aredoin g thistodayandthepartthatwe playedinitmakesitso muchmorespecial." Pe ttydied Oc t.2,2017. He wasborn Oc t.20,1950 in Ga inesvilleandlivedin thesmallcityuntilheleftforLosAngelestomakeitbiginthemusicbusines s. Pe ttysoldmillionsof recordsworldwide with the He artbreakers,the Tr aveling Wi lburyssupergroup andasasoloartist. He was inductedintothe Ro ck & Ro ll Ha llof Fa mein2002. Hi sfamilylivedablock fromthe Ga inesvillepar k anditwaslikeasecondhomeforhimandhisbrother. Ot herareaeventscelebratedthesingerandincludedthe To m Pe tty Bi rt hday Ba shand To m Pe tty We ekend. Ad ri a Pe tty, To m' sdaughter,grewupinLosAngelesbutspenttimein No rt h Fl oridawithherparents Sh etalkedaboutasong called "G ainesville"that 's on "A nAmerican Tr easur e, "anewfour-CDbo x setof Pe tty'smusic. "G ainesvilleisanextraordinaryplaceandifyo ulistentomydad 's musicher e, ithas adifferent meaning.Theideaoftheairsmellinggoodandthetreesaregreenthereisnothinglikethisparktore allyillustratethat,"she said. " Ga inesville'hasbeen blastinginmyheadsinceIlanded,"shesaid. "It' s a ve ry importanttownto Fl orida. Fl oridaisa reallybeautifulandcomplexstateand(Gainesville)fos-tersalotofintelligenceandcompassionandin-crediblemannersandin-credibledecency ." Localartists Ca rrieand Je sus Ma rt inezpainted a To m Pe tty Mu ra latthe Si dneyLanier Ce nter,the elementaryschool Pe tty attended.They we re asked topaintan8-b y8-foot muraloncanvasthatwasauctioned Sa turdaynight tobenettheUFprogram. "W ehopetomakealot ofmoneyfora re allygood cause ," Ca rrie Ma rt ine z said. "W e' re To m Pe tty fans. Ev erybodyisa To m Pe ttyfan." AS SO CIATEDPRE SS FILEPHO TO To m Pe tt y andtheHeartbr ea ke rs per fo rmat KA ABOO 20 17 at the De lMar Ra ce trackand Fa irgrounds in Sa nDieg o, Calif Disasterassistance av ailable Florida Na ti onalGuard co ntinue s Hu rr icane Mi ch ael re sponse LocalBriefs

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p Op inion 4A WEDNESD AY OC TO BER 24 20 18 EditorialRoundup Pu blisher VA LERIA RO BER TS Go vernmentwantsto showprescriptionpricesT he Tr umpadministrationon Mo ndayunveileditslatestproposalfor re ininginthecostofpharmaceuticals: re quiringtelevisionadvertisementsforprescriptiondrugs todisplaythepricetagofthemedicationbeingpromoted. Fo r the10drugsseenmostoftenon TV ,theadministrationsays, thoselistprices ra ngefrom$535toawhopping$11,000per monthorpercourseoftreatment. Liketheadministration 's othereffortstoaddressthisissue themandateisasmall re sponsetoanenormousproblem.The Un ited St atesspendsmorepercapitaonprescriptiondrugs ro ughlyhalfatrilliondollarsa ye arthananyothercountr y, andthatspendinghasbeenincreasingfarfasterthanin ation, wagesortheU.S.economy.Theassumptionbehindthepro-posalisthatforcingapharmaceuticalcompanyto re ve althelist priceofthefabulousnewcureitistoutingwillsomehowshameitintokeepingthepricedown. Go odluckwith th at.Althoughahandfulofdrugmakershav e re ducedorcanceledpriceincreasesthis ye arin re sponseto Pr esident Tr ump 's criticism,mosthavenot. Ac cordingtothe Associated Pr ess, prices we ntupon4,412brand-namedrugsin the rstsevenmonthsof2018,anddownon46. So mecriticsalsoarguethatitwouldviolatethefreespeech protectionsofthe1stAmendmenttoforcedrugcompaniestodisclosetheirlistprices.Anddrugmakersnotecorrectlythatve ry fewpeopleactuallypaylistprices. Theproposalwould re ve allittleabouthowmuchthosedrugs ultimatelysellfor,orhowmuchpeoplewithinsurancewillpayforthemdirectly(throughdeductiblesandco-pays)andindirectly(throughpremiums). To itscredit,theadministrationhasbeenactivelytryingto slowthe ri seofdrugcoststhroughanarrayofoftendown-inthe-weeds re forms.Andinsharpcontrasttowhatithasdone onObamacar e, theadministration 's effortstoboostcompetition,alterincentivesandincreasetransparencyhavegener-allyhelpedconsumers. Bu tdrugmakersareunusually we ll insulatedfromthemarketforcestheadministrationistryingtomarshaltheyhavepatentsthatguaranteethemtemporar y monopolies,productsthatarevitalandevenlife-saving, and customerswhosebillsareoftenpaid by insurers. It willtake muchmoredramaticchangestomakeameaningfuldifferenceindrugprices.Lo sAngelesTimes Mc Co nnell:IÂ’mproudofthe Senate Â’s voteon Ka va naughO ct.6was a prouddayfor the Un ited St ates Se nate We ful lle doneofour mostcritical con stitutionalduties an d co n rm ed Br ettM. Kava naugh, a stunning le galmind andanexempla ry federal jud ge as th ene we stassociate ju sticeon theU.S. Su preme Co urt. The st akesarealwayshig h whenthe Se nate co nsiders a Su preme Co urtnomination Bu ttheshamefulspectaclethat unfoldedin re cent we eks ra ised thestakeshigherstill. By theend senators we re notmerely deci dingwhether to con rm an impressi ve nominee; wewe re als o decidingwhatkindofinstitutionthe Se nateisandwhat ki ndof politics we wouldenabl e. Se nate De mocrats an dfa rleft specialinte re sts mad etheirgoa l perfectlyclearfrom th ebeginning.The sa menight th e nomination wasannounced,as prote sterswhohadmade upth eir mindsbefo re hand lledinth e blanksontheirsigns, De mocrats attackedthen-Judge Ka va naug h in absur dandirresponsible terms. He would "p ave th epath totyrann y. Hi ssupporters we re "c omplicitin th eevil." And these arejustthequotationsfrom sitting senators. Ka va naughwasoneofthe most qu alied Su preme Co ur t nominees in histor y. He built a 12-year re cordas a re spected appellatejudge wh opainstakingly consideredbothsidesofacas e. Se nators re vie we dmorethan 300of hi sopinions,along wi th thehighestnumberofpagesofdocumentseverproducedfor a Su preme Co urtnomination.And we heardhighpraise fr ompeers across th e politi calspectrum. Me mbersoftheso-called resistance we re ru nningoutofoptions.That 's whenthey re ached a shamefulnewlo w. Se nate De mocrats mi shandled acondential letter andhelped igniteanationwidefeedin g frenzy. A paradeofuncor ro bora tedallegation s andoutlandishru morspoured forth. Ka va naugh and hisfa mily we re dragged throughthemud.Andthewholespectaclewaseagerlycheered on by anirresponsible medi a and by manyof my De mocr atic colleagues,someofwhom re ad eventhewildest pe rsonalsmears intothe Se nate re cordandampliedev enthe mo st ou tlan dish accusations. Se xualassaultisabhorrent. Vi ctimsdese rv e to behea rd .These arenotpartisanpositions, and little couldbemore cy nicalthan pretendingothe rw ise. Bu tthatis exactly ho wthefarleftsought to divideournation. Fa ctual qu estionsandalackof cor ro borating evidence we re brushedasidein the ru sh to destr oy aman 's good nameassomekindofpoliticalcatharsi s. The intimidati onwasn 't aimed onlyat Ka va naugh.The Se nate itselfalsocameunderattack.WhilemanyAmericanson bot h sidesmadetheir vo iceshear d re spectfully,many oth ersonth e far le ftchosethedark er ro ad of mob ta ctics. Fa rleftactivistsdr ov e on e memberandhiswifeoutof a re staurant.They bl ocked an other senator 's cardoor.Theyhurled deaththreatsat Se natestaff membersand va ndalized ofce s. Me mbers we re ha ra ssedontheir ow nfront st eps,chased th ro ugh airports an daccosted in Se nate hallway s. Pr otesters ev en screameddownfromthegaller-iesassenators we re vo ting. Themobandthemedia wantedsenators to dispense withinconvenientthingssuchasthepresumptionofinnocenc e andarriveattheoutcometheywanted. Ifwe didn 't ,themessag e wasclea r: We shouldbepersonallyafraid. Se natorshad to makeachoice Wo uld we letthispa rt isanfever ov erwhelmthebasic prin ciples offairnessthathavesustainedourcountryforcenturies?Wo uld we declarethatuncorro boratedandvigorously denie d allegationsofnearly 40ye ar-old eventsareenoughtodynamiteacitizen 's careerand re putation? Wo uld we si gnalthatnaked intimidationcouldshapetheSe nate? No bodydesc ri bedthestake s betterthanmydistinguishedcol-league fr om Ma ine, Re publican Se n. Su san Co llins. He r re marks from Oc t.5 wi llechothrough Se natehistor y: "W emust al ways re memberthatitiswhenpassionsaremostinamedthatfairnessismostinjeopardy ." The Se nate li stened. We took a stand. We stoodup to themedia and th e mob We vo tedtoset the ri ghtprecedentand re af rm Americanjustice. We vo ted to shrugoff the intimidationtactics and hon orour bod y's his toryof re asoneddeliberation. We vo ted toslam sh utthisdarkand di sgracefulchapterandturn to war d abrighter tomor ro w. We vo tedtocon rm Ju stice Br ett Ka va naugh,whosecommitmenttothe Co nstitutionand the ru leoflawisexactlywhat the Am ericanpeopledeser ve on their Su preme Co urt. The co urts gua rd American s' freedoms.The Se nateguards thecourts. If ournationwants judgeswhoarethoughtful,independent an dunintimidated we needsenatorswhodisplay the sa me qu alities.Icouldnotbe prouderthatmycolleagues ro se tothe oc casion.MitchMc Co nnell R-Kentuc ky is th e Se nat e majori ty leader. Is Tr umpabusinessman or abully?"I t' stheeconomy,stupid ." Si ncethatphrasewas coined du ri ng Bi llClinton 's 1992campaign,26 ye ars ago,it 's become a we ll-wor n clicheinAme ri canpolitics Andforgood re ason. Is sueslike No rt h Ko re aorimmigrationar e abstractionsforman y; jobsand pricesaffect vo terseveryday. Bu t thi s ye ar,thatadagehas clearlylost so meofitspo we r, particularlywith edu cate d women. Co ntrolof Co ng re ss couldhingeonthe abilit yof Re publicanstoconvincethos e womenthatClinto n' soldmessageholdstrue. By ev er y measurelowunemployment, manage ableination, healthy sto ckprices the ec onomy is doing ve ry we ll. Ye t inth e latest AB C/Washington Po st po ll, vo tersfavor De mocr atic Ho use candidates ov er Re publicans by an11-pointmargin, 53 to42. Pr esident Tr ump 's favorable ra tinghascreptupwardfrom36 to41percent si nce Au gust,but that 's stilla his toric lo w. No presidenthasfacedhis rstmidter m electionwithaworse ra tingsinc e Ha rry Tr umanin1946,andhis party lost 54 Ho use seatsthat ye ar. De mocratsonlyneed a net gainof 23seatsto re taketh e majority. Bu t th at 's notthewholepictur e this ye ar.Adi stin ct tr endseem s tobeemerging: Wo menare far lessinu enced by Tr ump 's economicpe rf ormancethantheir male re lati ve s. In stead,theyar e morefocusedon th epresident 's personal failin gs,impulsi ve ness andinstabilit y, whichthreaten their we ll-beingandcloudtheir children 's futu re. A re cent Mo nmouthpoll ofeightbattleground Ho use districtsfoundcollege-educate d whitewomenfavoring De mocrats by a21-pointmargin,while mensupported Re publicans by 6 points. Pa trick Mu rr ay,thepoll 's directo r, id enti ed th e re ason forthisdisparity in The Ne w Yo rk Ti mes: "T henormal se tof politicalconce rn sformen ar e whichpartyisgoingto gi ve me lo we rtaxesandless re gulation. Whe re aswhitecollege-educated womenaresaying, I willdo ne economically,butIam re all y wor ri edaboutthetoneofthe Tr umppresidency.I'mworried aboutthedi re ctionthiscountr y is goin g."' Bu tthe ma jorthreatto Republicans thi sfallistheyawninggendergap. As the Ti mes re portedfromthesuburbsof Co lumbu s, Oh io, Tr umpand hisalliesaredoing we llwith manymale vo ters,whofocus oneconomicissuesandpr ov ide a "p otentialbulwar k" against femalediscontent. TheyquotedJ.D. Ka plan,who ru nsagraphics bu siness,about thepresident: "H e' stough,he 's a bull y, butbo y, thingsaregetting done ." On theotherside of the ge nder gap,ho we ve r, manywomen vo terssay Tr ump 's outlandis h behaviorout we ighshis econo mic re cord. In the lat estABC/ Wa shington Po stsu rv ey, wom en favored De mocraticcandidates thisfall by 22 points, 59t o37. Amongwomen whoca lledthemselvespoliticalindependents themargin was anastoundin g 62 to 29. So whichimageof Tr umpwill be mor epo we rf ulnextmonth ? Thebrilliantbusinessmanmalesadmir e, orthe bo orishbully females fear? Theanswercould we ll de termine th e ele ction, whichisstillupforgrab s.St ev e an d Co kie Ro berts ca nbe co ntacted by emailat st ev ec okie@gmail .c om. 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The Asso ciated Pr essPA NAMACITY It 's thegreatestneedafter a hurricaneandsometimesthehardestonetofulll:El ectricity. Mo re thana we ek after Hu rricane Mi chael smashedinto the Fl orida Pa nhandleonapathof destructionthatledallthewaytothe Ge orgiaborder morethan100,000 Fl orida customers we re stillwithoutpo we r, accordingto thestate De partmentof Em ergency Ma nagement we bsite. Ma rt ha Re ynoldssat outsidehermother 's swelteringhome Fr id ay with re latives,including several yo ungchild re n, inalow-income Pa nama Cityneighborhood.Theelectricityhasbeenoffsincetheday Mi chael struck. Ca ndlesand as hlights pr ov idelightafterdark, shesaid,andtheycrankupageneratoratnighttopo we ranairconditioner thatcoolsfouradults an d ve kids. "W etrytoeatoffthegrill andkeepasmuchiceaswe can,"shesaid. "W e' re alllookingateachother we 'r eallher e, sothat 's a blessing." Afewstreets ov er, Ju stin Wa rd 's familygathered underacanopysetupun-derashadytreeinfrontoftheirhot,po we rlesshome. "W e' re makingit.The po we risononestreet ov er. It 's supposedtobe onheretomorr ow ," he said. Whilemorethanhalf th e outagesarein Ba y Co unty wherethestormcameinbetweencoastal Me xico Be achand Pa namaCity ru ra lcountieshad a greaterpercentageofpeoplewithoutpo we r eightdays afte rthestorm. Thatincludes Ca lhoun Co unty,where86percent ofcustomersoftheloca l electriccooperativehadnoelectricity. "W e' re tryingtomak e suretheyunderstandho w widespreadthedamagewasandthat we 'r eleveragingevery re sourcethat we possiblycanto getit ona squicklyas we can, said Je ff Ro gers,aspokesmanfor Gu lf Pow er,which ser ve smostof Ba y Co unty andsevenothercountiesinthe re gion. It doesn 't ser ve Ca lhoun. "T hiswasanunprecedentedstorm." Andit 's notaneasy problemtosolvequickly In Ba y Co untyalone thousandsofutilitypoleswe re blowndownor snappedinhalfliketooth-picks. Pow erlinesdrooped ov er ro adwaysor we re tossedtothegroundlikepilesofspaghetti. Ma nytransmissionline to we rstheenormous metalstructuresthatbringelectricitytosubstationsthatthen ro uteitinto specicneighborhoods we re leftintwistedpilesor knockedtotheground. Se ve ra lpo we rsubstations we re damaged, andthere we re countless disruptedconnectionstoindividualhomes. Ne wpo we rpolesand linesaregoingupquicklyinavisiblesignofprog-re ss. LonglinesofutilitytruckssnakethroughPa namaCitystreetsever y morningonthewayto-wardareaswhereserviceisstillout. Wo rk erssuspendedinbucketsfromninetrucksstrunglinesalongjustonestreetonThursday,andthesamescenewasbeing re peated countlesstimeseachday. Ro gerssaidmuchof Gu lf Pow er 's electricity sourcessolar,gasandcoalplantsareoutsidethestorm re gion,sothe po we risavailableonce transmissionlines,substa-tionsandutilitypolesan d linesare re paired. It will justbeamatterof ipping aswitch. A we ekafterthestorm, Gu lf Po we rhad re placed 5,600utilitypoles,apro-cessthatcantakeaslittleas10minutesormuchlongerdependingondamagetothepole,con-nections toi t,as we llas treesanddeb ri sthatcould makeaccesstoitmoredif- cult, Ro gerssaid. Gu lf Po we rhasabout 1,200emplo ye esworkingonpo we r re storation, supplemented by 6,200 peoplefrom15stateswhoarehelpingout. Bu tevenfarfromthe hurricane-damagedcoast,northern ru ra lcounties we re alsostruggling. In Ja ckson Co untyalong the Ge orgiaandAlabama borders,morethan80percentofcustomers we re withoutpo we ra we ek afterthestorm. "O urelectricalgridis totallydestr oy ed,"said Ro dneyAndreasen,the countyemergencyman-agementdirector. "R ight nowourbiggestneed is gettingpo we rbackon. Po we r re generation." Ro gerssaidonebig concernisthatpeoplearegettingusedtodeadpo we rlineslyingonthe groundordroopedinfrontofhomes.Asserviceis re stored,thoselines couldbedeadly. To ldthatthere we re familiesin Ly nn Ha ve n that we re usingpo we r linesinfrontoftheirdam-agedhousesasamake-shiftclothesline,hesaid:"O hmygoodnes s. That 's a littlescar y. Ju ststayaway ." "W e' re startingtotur n onandpeoplegetcom-placentafterbeingaroundthemalittlebit,"hesaid."I thasbeena we ekwithoutpo we rand yo uget kindofusedtonotbeingwaryaroundthem ."The Asso ciated Pr essPA NAMACITYAmy Cro sshasahardtimeexplainingthestressoflivinginacitythatwassplinteredby Hu rricane Mi chael. Sh e' sfearfulafterhearinggunshotsatnight,andshe 's confusedbecause shenolonger re cognizes theplacewhereshe 's spent herentire45 ye ars. "I justknowIdon 't feel re al,andhomedoesn 't feellikehomeatall," Cro ss said. He althworkerssaythey areseeingsignsofmen-talproblemsin re sidents morethana we ekafter Michael,andtheissuescouldcontinueasashort-ter m disasterturnsintoalong-term re co ve ry thatwill take ye ars. To ny Av erbuch,who leadsadisastermedicalassistanceteamthatissee-ing80to100patientsdailyintentssetupinaparkinglotofthebadlydamagedBa y Me dical Sa cred He ar t hospital,saidsomepeopleareshowingsignsoffray-ing. It 's nothardtoimagine: Ju stgettingtothe treatmentsiteinvolvesnavigatingstreetswithro adblocksandfallenutilitylines,andthehospitalbuildingitselfwas ri pped open by Mi chael 's po we rfulwinds. "I nanykindofdisaster what we ndisth atpeople havebeenexposedtocir-cumstancesthatare we ll beyondwhattheynormal-lydealwithdaytoday ," said Av erbuch,of Bl oom eld Hi lls, Mi chigan. Fo r Cro ss,thatmeant gettingnewprescriptionsformedicineshetakesfordepression. "W e' re in shock.Thisis a lot. It 's heartbreaking,"she said. Si gnsoftraumaaren 't asurpriseforthosewhostudiedpeopleafter Hu rri cane Ka trinain2005. Da magein Me xico Be ach wassimilartothatinsouthern Mi ssissippi, whereentirecommunitieswe re attened by windand stormsurge,and Pa nama Citycouldtake ye arsto rebuild,asdidpartsof Ne w Orleansafterthemetr o area ooded. Dr Ir win Re dlenerof the Na tional Ce nterfor Di saster Pr eparedness at Co lumbia Un iversity obser ve dwidespread, long-lastingpsychologi-caleffectsafter Ka trina. On estudyfoundthat, ve ye arsafterthestorm, parents re portedmor e than37percentofchildrenhadbeenclinicallydiag-nosedwithdepression,anxiety,orabehaviordis-order. Re dlenersaysthat 's in partbecauseparentsar e ov erwhelmedandareless abletobuffertheirchil-drenfrombadexperienc-es. "T heysurvivedamajor catastrophicevent,whichisgood. Bu teverything theyknewisgone ," he said. Re searchscientist David Mu rpheysaidchildren looktotheirparentsforcuesashowto re spond tocompletelynewandfrighteningsituations. "I ftheyseeparents kindoffallingapartattheseams,that 's goingtocreateanxietyforthechildrenas we ll,"said Mu rphey. Dr Em ily Ha rv ille,an associateprofessorat Tulane Un iversity'sSchool of Pu blic He althand Tr opical Me dicinein Ne w Orleans,saidmostpeo-plewillbebacktowher e they we re withina ye ar orso,butotherswillhav e difcultyforalongerpe-ri od. "T herewillbeasmall groupthatcontinuestohavelong-termmentalhealthissues ," shesaid. Pa namaCity Ma yo r Gr eg Br udnickisaid a highschoolfootballgameplayed Sa turday afternoonwaspartofaneffortto re -establishthe familiarpatternsoflife,to"c re atenormalcy"inaway thatwouldhelppeoplefeelmoreateaseinatowndevastated by thehurricane. "P eoplehavebeen stressed.They' ve ha dno meansofcommunication,noutilities. It 's beenhard. Bu t we 'v eworked ve ry ve ry ha rd tocreateanenvironmentthatmakesitasgoodaspossible ," said Br udnicki. Thegamewasapickme-upformany. Mi ssy Gu ynn,an En glishteacher at Mo sley Hi ghSchool,got tohugstudentsshehadn 't seenorheardfromsincebefore Mi chael. "I wasworriedabout them. It was kindofgood toseethem,toconnectwiththemtodayandseethatthey' re all ri ght, shesaid. Je ssyka Ba rt ice,34,of Pa namaCityisworried aboutbothherhome-townandcaringforherchild. Bu tshealsois lookingforthegoodin a horriblesituation. Pe rh aps problemslikecrime,drugsand ra cialstrifewillimpr ov easpeoplewho we re forcedtoworktogetherduringandafterthestor m forgenewbondsgoing forward,shesaid. "I t' sa re allysadthing forthistohappen,butit 's broughteverybodytogeth-er ," she said. "I t' sgoingto makethistownabiggerandbetterplace ." Idon't fe el rea l' : Me nt alstressmoun ti ngaf te r Mi ch ael Cas to rGa y, whopla ys ce nter fo rtheMosle y High fo ot ba ll te am cleansdebrisfromhishe av ily damagedhome intheaftermath of HurricaneMichaelin Ly nnHa ve n. PHO TO S BY THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS Fr anlisaSmith,who seso n,Nick,isade fe nsivelinemanontheMosle y High fo ot ba ll tea m, hug sde fe nsiveline co ach Wi lliam Mosle y atthe st art of practiceatthe sc hool,which wa she av ilydamagedfromHurricaneMichael,in Ly nnHa ve non Fr ida y. Ca ndles, ashlights,no AC inFlorida 's hurricanezone THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS Ut ilitycr ew s se t up ne w pol es andutilitywir es intheaftermath of HurricaneMichaelin Pa namaCity It'sthegr eate st need afterahurricaneand so metimestheharde st one to fulll: Electricity .JA CK SO N COU NTYFLORIDAN www .j coridan. com WEDNESD AY OC TO BER 24 20 18 5AST ATE Youcancountonusto“ProvideyouwiththeAmericanDream” A A A N C A Broker www.AmericanGoldRealty.com Cell(850)209-8870dana@americangoldrealty.comFax(877)614-62474420LafayetteSt. Marianna,FL Leave NoHome Unseen VO TE AT HOME Ther ea re 12Amendmentsandnumerous racesonyourNovember6,2018General Electionballot.Wo uldn’tyouratherhavetimetothink,discuss or re searchinformationbefor ey ouvote? YOUCAN!!Requestyour Vo te-By-Mailballot today. Call850-482-9652or visitwww.jacksoncountysoe.org SylviaD.Stephens, JacksonCountySupervisorofElections

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Po we r re st oration upda teGu lfpo we ris100percent re storedin Ja ckson Co unty; Fl orida Pu blic Ut ilitiesshouldbe100 percent by Oc t.31or Nov .1,and We st Fl orida El ectricsendthefollowing update Tu esdaymorning: Asof9:00a.m.this morningthe coope ra tiv e' s re storation gures we re: Ho lmes Co unty:7,482 re stored(100% of membersser ve doutofthe Bo nifaydistrictofce) Wa shington Co unty : 2,713meters re stored (63%) Ja ckson Co unty:4,873 meters re stored(35%)(ten timesthedevastation) Ca lhoun Co unty:355 meters re stored(12%)(ten timesthedevastation) To tal re stored:15,423 metersoutof28,317ar e re storedatthistime Ap pr ox imately54 percentofWFEC'sentir e systemhasbeen re stored atthistime and allsubstationsarenowupand ru nningat100% ca pacity.All circuitsoftheAlthasub-stationarenowhot. Cr ews continueworkinginmanyofthepreviouslymen-tionedareasplus Tu mble Cr eek,Hwy.90-eastof Chipley, Sa pp Ro ad,Alfor d Hwy., Wo odrest Ro adto Cu tchins Mi ll Ro ad,Piney Grove Ro ad, Ro land Ro ad, Co rbin Ro ad, Ca ne Mi ll Ro ad, Mo nroe Sh efeld Ro ad,Hwy.69,Hwy.73 northof Sh elton 's Co rn er Hwy.20toward Bl ountstown, Bl ountstown, Gr andRidge,Clarksville Ba scom, Ma lone, Sn eads River Ro ad,south Sh ady Grove ,Hwy.286,the Fo ur Po ints Co mmunity, Cypress& Ro cky Cr eek. Me mberscanno w re porttheiroutages by calling844.OUT AG E1 (844.688.2431).Thisistheautomatedsystemso yo u willnot re achaliveoperator,but yo uroutage wil l be re ported.Theco-opis alreadyawareofmultipleoutagesacrossourservicearea,butthis willall ow memberspeaceofmindthattheirindividualout-ageshavebeen re ported."Michael fo r the re co rd 106mphwindgust re cordedinDonalsonville GA. If Hu rricane Mi chael isultimatelydeemed a Ca tegory5stormatlandfall(itwasclose,butnotye tofciallydetermined), itwillhavebeenonlythe4th Ca t5inU.S. re corded histor y. Thestormhadthe third-lo we stpressureever re corded,at919-922millibars Ap pr ox imately600 heavilydamagedstruc-tur e, and400completely destr oy edin Ja ckson Co unty. Fe lledtreesinswamp y areasoftheChipolaRiverare re leasingmethanegas intotheatmospher e. That accountsfor th esewagelikesmellcomingfromitsvicinity. Te stscon rm thatnohumanwastehasinltratedthe ri ve r, of cialssay. Co ncernsabout thatpossibilityhavebeencirculatingbutareuntrue theysay. Therehavebeen injuriesanddeathsinthewakeofthestormaspeoplebeganclearingdebrisfromprivateprop-erty. If yo uaredoingthis kindofwork,beextremelycareful.Don 't workalone Ifyo uarenotfamiliarand competentwithchain-sawsandotherdanger-ouspo we rtools, nd a licensedandinsuredcon-tractororgetintouchwithoneoftheexperiencedvo lunteergroupshelping clearproperties.Wo lfmissingafter HurricaneMichael re co ve re dinFloridaEBRO Au thoritieshave re co ve re d a wolfnamed Ta hanethat escapedfroma Fl orida animalpreser ve during Hu rricane Mi chael. The Wa shington Co unty Sh eriff 's Ofcesaidin a Fa cebookpostthat a deputyanda re sident spottedthe16-year-oldgraywolfinthe Eb ro area late Fr id ay. Se acrest Wo lf Pr eser ve ow ner Cy nthia Wa tkins wascalledtothescene Thesheriff 's ofcesaid thatonceshearrived,Ta hane "c ametoherside immediately ." Thepreser ve inChipley tookahardhitwhenthehurricanestruck Fl orida 's Pa nhandleon Oc t.10. Wa tkinssaidalargeoak treefellonthewolf 's enclosur e, causingthe animalextremestressandsendinghim "r unningfor hislifeinterror ." Ta haneispartofthe preser ve 's educational program.Fr om st aff andwi rere ports Special to theFloridanVi ctimsof Hu rricane Mi chaelin Fl oridamay qualifyfortax re lieffrom the In ternal Re ve nue Se rv ice. The Pr es identhas declaredthatamajordisasterexistsin the St ate of Fl orida. Fo llowing th e re centmajordecla rationissued by the Fe deral Em ergency Ma nagement Agency,theIRSan-nouncedthataffected ta xpayersincertaincountie s will re ceivetax re lief. In dividualswho re side orhaveabusinessinBa y, Ca lhoun, Fr anklin Ga dsden, Gu lf, Ha milton, Ho lmes, Ja ckson, Je fferson,Leon, Li berty, Ma dison, Su wannee, Ta ylor Wa kullaand Wa shington countiesmayqualifyfortax re lief. Thedeclarationpermits theIR Stopostpone certaindeadlinesfortaxpayers wh o re sideor haveabusinessinthedisasterarea. Fo rinstance certaindeadlinesfallingonorafter Oc t.7,2018and before Fe b. 28,2019,ar e grantedadditionaltimeto lethrough Fe b. 28,2019. This incl udes tax payers whohada va lidextension to letheir2017 re tur n dueto ru nouton Oc t.15, 2018. It alsoincludesthe quarterlyestimatedin-cometaxpaymentsdueonJa n.15,2019 an dthequarterlypayrollandexcisetaxre turnsno rm allydueon Oc t.31,2018and Ja n.31, 2019. It alsoincludestaxexemptorganizationsthatoperate on acalendar-year basisthathadanauto-maticextensiondueto ru n out on No v. 15,2018. Bu sinesseswithextensionsalsohavetheadditional ti meincluding amongothers,calendar-ye arcorporationswhose 2017extensions ru nout on Oc t.15,2018. In addition,penaltieson payrollandexcisetaxde-positsdueonorafter Oc t. 7,2018,andbefore Oc t. 22, 20 18,willbeabatedas longasthedepositsar e made by Oc t.22,2018. If anaffectedtaxpayer re ceivesalate lin gorlate paymentpenaltynoticefromtheIRSthat has an originalor ex tended ling, payment ordepositdue datethat falls withinthe postponementperiod,thetaxpayershouldcallthetelephonenumber on thenotic etohavetheIRS abatethe pen alty. The IRSautomatica lly identiestaxpayerslocat-ed in theco ve re ddisaster areaandappliesauto-matic lingand payment re lief. Bu t affectedta xpayerswho re sideorhave a businesslocatedoutsid e theco ve re ddisasterarea mustcallthe IRSdisa ster hotlineat866-562-5227tore questthistax re lief. Ta xpayersmaydownloadformsand publications fromtheofcialIRS we bsite,irs.go v, ororder them by calling800-8293676.TheIRStoll-f re e numberforgeneraltaxquestionsis800-829-1040. +$%%,$&()$"#*,'! ,!**0-(/2/%*"&$#-'1 /. ))+ )",$/!)/,,/+-.+,,&*(*+%"'#* I m a R A L O m A m e r c a G o d Callortext: 850-2 098039 debson1999@gmail.com44 20LafayetteSt Marianna,FL32446 DanielE.Feitz,DPM,MSNominatedforNations To pP odiatrist 24 Ye arsin aR ow.www.feitzfootclinic.com Pana maCi tyOfce 85 0-7 84-9 787 2424Fr ankfor dA venueHours: Tu es &W ed8:30am -4 :00 pmMari anna Of ce 85 0-5 26 -3668 30256 TH StreetHours:Mo n&T hurs8:30am -4 :00pm “W eC ater To Cowards”NewPatientsAlways We lcome!Physician &S urgeonoftheFoot &L egD iabeti cF ootCare C ircula tion Te sting D iabeti cF ootwear G lucose Te sting C hild ren’ sF eet H eel/ ArchPain S ores &U lcers F ract ured To es S port sI njuries A rc hS upports I ngro wnNails A nkleInjuries H am mertoes B urni ng Feet C orns/War ts M us cl eP ain N ai lF ungus B on eS purs N euromas K ne eP ain N um bness C alluses A rt hritis G out6A WEDNESD AY OC TO BER 24, 20 18 JA CK SO N COU NTYFLORIDAN www .j coridan. comLIFEINJACKSONCOUNTY & ST ATEThe Asso cia te d Pr essMIAMI Hu rricane Mi chael toppledbeehivesandstripped ow eringplantsacross Fl orida 's Pa nhandle,threateningtupelohoneyproductioninatinycommunitythatistheprimar y sourceofthesweetdelicacy. Ta nkertrucksofcornsyrup andtensofthousandsofpoundsofsyntheticpollenarebeingru shedtobeekeepersfromthe Gu lfof Me xicotothe Ge orgia statelinetofeedsurvivingbeecoloniesthatalsopollinatecropssuchaswatermelons,canta-loupesandblueberries. "J ustfeedingmybeesisthe biggestconcern,"said Ga ry Adkison,a We wahitchkabeekeeper. "T her e' snonectar ." Ad kison,whonamedhis Bl ueEy ed Gi rl Ho neyforhisgranddaughter,lostabout50ofhis150hivestothestorm,eachcontain-ing30,000to40,000bees. Unlikeotherbeekeeperswhomo ve theircoloniestopollinatecropsasfarawayas Ca lifornia, Ad kisonkeepshishiveslocal ye arro und. "T obehonest,Ididn 't expect thismuch dam age ," hesaid. Ab out500beekeepersare re gisteredin Fl orida 's Pa nhandle withmorethan1.2billionbeesintheircolonies,accordingtothe Un iversityof Fl orida 's Instituteof Fo odandAgricultural Sciences.They ra ngefromhobby iststomom-and-popbusinessestolargecommercialop-erations. Although Fl oridaalsoproduceshoneyfromorangeblossoms gallberriesandwild ow ers,the honeyfromwhitetupelogumtrees ra nkshighestinpriceand avor. Thetreesgr ow in re mote swampsinnorthwestern Fl orida andsouthern Ge orgia,butar e mostprofusealongthe Ap alachicolaRiverin Fl orida 's Gu lf Co unty.Theheartoftupelohoneyproductionis We wahitchka, aone-stoplighttownabout15milesinlandfromwhere Michaelmadelandfall Oc t.10with 155-mphwinds. "E ve ry bodyhasajarofiton theirkitchentable ," Ad kison said. Now ,headded,ever yo neworri eshow Mi chaelwouldaffect thestaroftheannual Tu pelo Ho ney Fe stival,whichdraws thousandsofpeoplein Ma y. Va n Mo rrison 's songabout a girl "a ssweetastupelohoney justlikehoneyfromthebee capturesitsdistinctnature: Tr ue tupelohoneyisbottledmoreorlessstraightfromthehiv e, withoutheatingorblendingwithotherhoneys. It does notcrystaliz e,re mainingasmooth,golden liquid. "I t' sgotafruity, oralburstof avor ," said Br ian Be rt onneau, ow nerof We wahitchka-based Sm iley Ho ney. "It' sjustahapp y dancein yo urmouth." Thetreesbloomforonlythree we eksstartinginmid-April. Be ekeepersandbusiness ow nerslike Be rt onneau,whose operationsshutdownwithoutelectricityorinternetaccessaf-ter Mi chael,areanxiousto nd outwhatkindofspringhar ve st theyshouldexpect. "T heblossomsaresofragile they' re lik elittlesnowballs ," Be rtonneausaid. "A heavywindor ra inwillknockthemoffthetree ." Mi chael 's tollon tupelosisas ye tunclearbecausethetreesar e difcultto re achexcept by barge andconsiderabledebris re mains tobecleared. Da vid We ster ve lt,astateapiaryinspectionsupervisor,saiddamagedtreesmighttaketwoorthree ye arstostartblooming again. "W ehaven 't ever hadastor m hitlikethat,so we do n' t re ally kno w, We ster ve ltsaid. The2018har ve stwasespecially ri chin avor,thoughnot particularlyhighin vo lume,beekeeperssaid. We ster ve ltestimatednotquite1millionpounds(0.45millionkilograms)oftu-pelohoney we re producedlast ye ar,sellingforabout$6andup perpound. Tw odaysafter Mi chaelmade landfall, an Associated Pr ess photographerfound Be nLanier tendingtohishivesinspiteoffallentreesandotherdebrisinWe wahitchkabeeyardskeptin hisfamilyforthreegenerations. L.L.Lanierand So ns Tu pelo Ho neyhasbeeninbusiness sincethe1890s,andina Fa cebookpostThursda y, Lanierand hiswifesaidthehurricanewouldnotshutthemdown. "T hebees we re all ov erthe placeandourhouseisalmost a totalloss ," thepostsaid. "I thas been ve ry hardtogetgenerators andgas,butonewayortheotherwe willgetbackinbusiness ." Ad kisonsaidallhecoulddo wasfocusonfeedinghissurviv-ingbees. "W earesmall-time ," he said. "I f we haveabad ye ar,I'lljust havetotakecareofmybeesandwaituntilthenext ye ar ." THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS PHO TOS Be n La nier(left)andJustin So ursinspectabeehiveafter se ve ra ltrees we re knockeddown by wi ndsfromHurricaneMichaelin We wa hitchka. A bo tt le of Tu pelohone y isshownin We wa hitchka. Hu rr icane Mi ch ael co uldsour tu pelohoneyhar ve st Ta x re liefforvictimsof Hu rr icane Mi ch aelinFlorida Local&StateBriefs

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Fi rst US pu blic Ho locaustmemorialmer ge spastwithnewtech The Asso ciated Pr essPH ILADELPHIA In 1964,the rstpublicmemorialtothe Ho locaust inthe Un ited St ateswas unveiledinasolemncere-monyin Ph iladelphia.The bronze-on-blackgranitesculpturecalled "Si x Mi llion Je wish Ma rt yrs"was theworkofartist Na than Ra poport,who ed his native Po landwhenthe Na zisinvaded Wa rsaw. It wascommissioned by agroupof Ph iladelphia-area Ho locaust survivorsand Je wishcivic leaders.Thesculptur e, whichdepictsimagesofre sistance,innocence andfaith,hassatun-changedonitsperchalongthe Be njamin Fr anklin Pa rk wayever since. Now ,aftermorethan halfacentur y, the Holocaust Me morial Pl aza hasbeenexpandedandenhancedtofocusonboth re membranceand education. Wi thnewdisplaysandaninteractiveapp,visitorscanheartes-timoniesfromsurvivors,liberatorsandwitnessesassociatedwiththePh iladelphiacommunity. Thenewplazaopened Mo ndayataceremony featuringlocaldignitariesand Ho locaustsurvivors. So mehighlightsofthe expansion:Sixpillars: Theplaza 's centerpiece iscalledthe "Si xPillars ." Organizedinpairs,thepillarscontrastatroci-tiesofthe Ho locaustwith Americanconstitutionalprotectionsand va lues. Theideaisto re mind visitorsthatifAmericaisfaithfultothe Co nstitution,agenocideliketheHo locaustwillnothappen her e, saidEszter Ku tas, theactingdirectorofthePh iladelphia Ho locaust Re membrance Fo undation. Fo rexample,onepillar isdedicatedtohumanequality,andfeaturesaquotefromthe De clarationof In dependence,and iscontrastedwithapillardescribingthe Na zis'idea ofamaster ra ce. Thesixpillarsfeature quotesfrom gureslike Ge orge Wa shington, Dwight Ei senho we rand Ph iladelphianativeand concentrationcamplib-eratorLeon Ba ss. Co ncentration ca mp liberator black Philadelphian Leon Ba sswas20,an Armycorporalwhohadgr ow nupin Ph iladelphia embittered by thehumiliationanddegradationofra cism. Bu chenwald changedhislife. He helpedliberatethe Na zideathcampin Ap ri l 1945,andsaidthatforthe rsttime,he re alizedthat ra cism,andthehuman sufferingitgenerates,isauniversalevil. "S omeofthemjust wantedtotouch yo u,be near yo u," Ba ss re called ofthesurvivorsinanAs-sociated Pr essinterviewin 1985. "T heystoodaround andjustlookedat yo u withthosegaunt,deep-seteyes ." Ba ss,whodiedin2015 atage90,wassilentaboutBu chenwaldformore than20 ye ars,opening upforthe rsttimein 1968whena Ho locaust survivorcametospeakatBe njamin Fr anklin Hi gh School,wherehewastheprincipal. Fr omthatdayforward, fordecades,hespokeoutabouttheatrocitieshewitnessed.Tr aintracks to Tr eblinka Aportionoftheoriginal traintracksthatledtotheTr eblinkaextermination campin Na zi-occupied Po landisembeddedin thepavingoftheplaza. "I t' sto re mindvisitors ofthemillionsofdepor-tationsthattookplace ," Ku tassaid. The Na zisbuiltsix maindeathcamps,allinoccupied Po land: Au schwitz, Be lzec,Chelmno, Ma jdanek, So biborand Tr eblinka. Na zismurdered anestimated700,000and900,000 Je wsin Tr eblinka 's gaschambersduringthewar. Thecampisperhapsthe mostblatantexampleofthe "F inal So lution,"the Na ziplotto ri d Eu ro peof its Je ws. It wasdesigned withthesoleintentionofexterminating Je ws,as opposedtootherfacilitiesthathadatleastafacadeofbeingprisonorlaborcamps. Tr eblinka 's victims we re transportedtherein cattlecarsandgassedtodeathalmostimmediatelyuponarrival. On lyafewdo ze nprisonersmanagedtoescapeTr eblinka. Sa plingfrom Ther es ienstadt tree "C hildrenimprisonedat theTheresienstadtcampre ceivedasaplingfroma teacherinthecamp,andnurturedit,knowingtheymaynotseeitmatur e, Ku tassaid.Those children we re laterdeportedto Au schwitzand killed,shesaid,butthetreecontinuedtothriveattheconcentrationcampinwhatwasthenthe Ge rm an-occupied Cz echoslo va kia. Asaplingfromthattree wasplantedtwo we eks agointheplaza,to re pre sentlifeandhopefor thefutur e, "a re minderof how we mustnurtureour children," Ku tassaid. Sh esaidthereareabout halfado ze ntoado ze n saplingsfromtheThere-sienstadttreeplantedaroundtheworld,withsomein Is ra el, Ge rm any, Sa n Fr anciscoandChicago.Interactiveeducation The Ph iladelphia Holocaust Re membrance Fo undationpartnered withtheUSC Sh oah Fo undationtobringeducation-alcontentandtechnologytothe re no va tedplaza. Anappspecically developedfortheplazawillallowvisitorstousetheirmobiledevicestoconnecttovideotestimo-nialsof Ho locaustsurvivo rsandwitnesses.The videoswilldrawfromtheUSC Sh oah Fo undation 's Vi sual Hi storyArchive thathas ov er54,000 eyewitnessaccountsofthe Ho locaust,alongwith photos,documents,mapsandothereducationalmaterials. Theappwillactivateas avisitormo ve sthrough theplazaandwillpr ov ide contextandexplanationofthesite 's elements. Eachusercantailortheapptohaveanage-appro-priateexperience. THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS PHO TOS A signisdispla ye d (a bo ve) atthe re designedHolocaustMemorialPlazainPhiladelphia.The memorial(right)thatoriginallyopenedin 19 64hasbeen ex pa ndedandenhanced to fo cuson both re membranceandeducation. 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The Asso ciated Pr essPR OV IDENCE,R.I. Co ngregantsattheoldest synagogueinthe Un ited St atesaskedtheU.S. Supreme Co urton Mo nday to re viewadecisiongiving a Ne w Yo rk congregation controlofRhode Is land 's To uro Sy nagogueand a setofbells va luedinthe millions. Lawyersfor Ne wpor t' s Co ngregation Je shuat Isra elaskedfora re viewof last ye ar 's decision by the 1stU.S.Circuit Co urtof Ap peals,arguingthatit presentsimportantconsti-tutionalissuessurround-ing re ligiousliberty. "I fallo we dtostandand befollo we d,thedecision willfundamentallyalterhowordinarydisputesin-vo lving re ligiousparties aretriedanddecided,andintroduceanelementofarbitrarinessandcherr ypicking by courtsasto whatsecularevidencemaybeconsideredorignoredinanyparticularcase ," lawyer Ga ry Na ftaliswrote inthe ling. He arguedthatthe ru ling infavorof Co ngregation Sh earith Is ra elin Ma nhattanunfairlydisregardedsecularevidenceandes-tablishesatwo-tieredlegalre gime:onefor re ligious groupsandanotherforthosethataresecular. Lou So lomon,alawyer for Ne w Yo rk congregationandalsotheheadof itsboard,saidthe re quest is "u nfortunate ," but it 's their ri ght. He saidth e othersidewascontinuingtounderminetheir "a bilityto re gaintheharmonious re lations"andhad "p re sentedabsolutelyno re asonforthe Su preme Co urtto re viewmuchless disturbthedecisionoftheFi rstCircuit." To uro Sy nagoguewas dedicatedin1763andis a nationalhistoricsite.Thesynagoguewasvisitedby Ge orge Wa shingtonin 1790,andhelatersentitscongregantsaletterde-claringthatthego ve rnmentofthe Un ited St ates "g ivestobigotrynosanction,topersecutionnoas-sistance ." Yo ung Ca th olicsur ge Va ti can to issueinclusi ve LG BTmessa ge The Asso cia te dPR essVA TICANCITY Ca tholic bishopsareenteringtheir nal we ekofdebate ov erhot-button issuesfacing yo ung Ca tholics includinghowthechurchshouldwe lcomegaysand re spondto theclericalsexabusescandalthathasdisc re ditedmanyinthe churchhierarchy. Themonthlongsynodofbishopsendsnext Sa turdaywiththe adoption by the260-pluscardinals,bishopsandpriestsof a naldocumentandappr ov alof asepa ra te,shorterlettertothe world 's Ca tholic yo uth. So meofthe yo uthdelegate s tothemeetinghaveinsiste d thatthe naldocumentexpress aninclusivemessagetomakeLG BT Ca tholicsfe el we lcomein achurchthathasoftenshunnedthem. The Va ticantookastepinthat direction by makinga re ference to "L GBT"forthe rsttimeinits preparatorydocumentheadingintothemeeting. Bu tsomebishopshavebalked atthenotion,including Ph iladelphiaArchbishopCharlesCha-put,whoinsistedinhisspeechthat "t hereisnosuchthingasan LGBT Q Ca tholic'ora t ra nsgender Ca tholic'orahete ro sexua l Ca tholic,'asifoursexualappetitesdenedwho we ar e." Bu totherbishopshaveexpressedawillingnesstousethelanguage,thoughit re mainsto beseenifthe naldocumentor theletterwill. Eac h pa ra graph willbe vo tedonone by oneand must obtai natwo-thirdsmajority. "T he yo utharetalkingaboutit freelyandinthelanguagetheyuse,andtheyareencouragingusC allus,addressusthisbecause thisiswho we ar e, '" Pa pua Ne w Gu inea Ca rd inal Jo hnRibattold apressconference Sa turday. On eofthose yo ungpeople Ya dira Vi eyra,whoworkswith migrantfamiliesinChicag o, saidgaysoftenfeelattackedandshunned by thechu rc h. "W eknowthat 's nottrue,any Ca tholicknowsthat 's no ttrue ," shesaid. Bu tsheaddedbishops needtocommunicatethat "t he churchishereforthem." Ca tholicchurchteachingholds thatgaysshouldbelo ve dand respectedbutthathomosexualactsare"intrinsically di sordered." The Oc t.3-28synodhasunfoldedagainstthebackdropoftheclergysexabusescan-dalexplodinganewintheU.S.,Ge rm any, Po landandothernations. So meconser va tiveshav e chargedthatagaysubcultu re in the priesthoodistoblame,even thoughstudieshaveshownthatgaysarenotmorelikelythanheterosexualstoabuse. Ma nyofthe yo ungdelegates haveinsistedthatthe naldocumentaddresstheabusescan-dalstraighton,and Me lbourne Archbishop Pe ter Co mensoli hintedthatitwould. "O neofthekeythingsthat willbeimportantgoingforwar d isnotjustthattheremightbe a wordofapology,of re cognitio n andofaimingforbetterpractic-es,butthatthereisactionassoci-atedwiththat,"hesaid. Chicago Ca rd inal Bl ase Cupichsaid yo ungpeoplearealso demandingaccountabilityandtranspa re ncyfromthechurch 's leadership,whichhasbeenex-coriatedforhavingco ve re d-up theabusesofpredatorpriestsfordecades. He re peatedhiscall, rstmade inaninterviewlast we ekwith Na tional Ca tholic Re porter,for bishopstocedetheir ow nauthorityandallowanexternalprocessinvolvinglayexpertstoinvestigatethemwhenanac-cusationagainstthemhasbeenmade. "L aypeople wantusto succeed. Pe oplewantustogetthis ri ght, Cu pichsaid. "Y es,ther e' salotof angeroutther e. Bu tbeneaththat angerther e' sasadness.Ther e' s a sadnessthatthechurchisbetterthanthis,andthat we shouldget this ri ght." THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS Bishopsat te nda ca nonization ce re mon y inSt Pe te r's Sq uareatthe Va tican. 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10A WEDNESD AY OC TO BER 24 20 18 JA CK SO N COU NTYFLORIDAN www .j coridan. comLIFESTYLESThe Asso ciated Pr essCO NCORD,N.H A little ov era ye arago, mytwinsisterandIcelebratedourbirthday withahike,anditwassomuchfun we vo we dtospendtime outdoorstogethereverymonthforthefollowing ye ar. We failed miserably,butwhen we re cently squee ze dinwhatendedupbeingoursecond-annualbirthdayhike,Isnaggedsome ri ve r ro cks tobringhome,hopingthey'dser ve asa re mindertogetout morethis ye ar. Idecidedtoadornthe ro cks withamandalapattern. Sa nskritfor "c ircle ," mandalasare spiritualsymbolsthatencom-passintricate,abstractdesignsthattypicallystartwithacentralpointandemanatefromthereinacircularpattern. Ifounddo ze nsofonline tutorialsforsuchpainting,andnarr ow edmychoicesdown tothreemethods.Allusedinexpensiveacrylicpaint,butemplo ye ddifferenttoolsused tomakethedotteddesigns. On e ve rsionusedapaintbrush,one usedacottonswabandpencil,andthethirdusedtoolsspeci-callydesignedforpaintingdots.No te:Whilecraftstoressell smooth ri ve rstonesthatwork we llforthisproject,somemay comecoatedwithwaxor va rnish,somakesure yo u re mo ve thatbeforepaintingifpossible. He re 's whatIfound,witheach method ra tedfrom1to10,with 10indicatingtheleastexpen-siv e, easiestandbest re sults: Pa intbrush: The we bsite Co lorful Cr afts featuresastraightforward,photo-basedtutorialonpaint-ingamandaladesignonastonewithjustpaintbrushes.Thedesignconsistsofincreasinglylargerdots,startingwithapalecolorandgettingdarkerwith eachsuccessive ri ng. Ipurchasedthepointed-tip, syntheticbrushes re commendedinthetutorialforabout$8.Ihadtrouble,ho weve r, achieving symmetricalcircles,andmanyofmydots re sembledwavyedged ov als(pictureafriedegg). Ishouldhavepaidmoreattentiontothedirections,whichcautionthatpaintcon-sistencyiskey. Yo udon 't want thepainttobe ru nny,butit shouldbe uid enoughsothat itsortofdropsontothestoneandformsacircleonits ow n. In hindsight,Ishouldhave usedlargerbrushesforthelargerdotsinsteadoftryingtopaintthemwiththe ne-point brushesinthesetIpurchased. Whileclosescrutinyofmy nishedproject re ve alsfarfrom uniformdots,thismethodwasthefastest ve rsion,perhapsbecausethedesignisabitsimplerthantheothersorperhapsbe-causeitdidn 't involveswitching amongmultipletools. CO ST :6 EA SE:5 RE SU LT S:4 Co tt on sw abandpencil: Iadmit,Iwasskepticalthat usingacottonswabandpencilwouldproducegood re sults,but Iwaspleasantlysurprised by thisvideotutorial by Yo uTube user Ly dia Ma y. Di ppingthe eraserendofthepencilproduc-esthelargestsizedots,while thepointcreatesthesmallest.Re movingabitofcottonfrom theswabandsmoothingouttheendallowsformedium-sizeddots,while re movingall thecottonallowstheendofthecardboardsticktobeusedtocreatesmallercircles. Thedesignfeaturedinthis tutorialwasalsofairlysimplebecauseitstartswithjusteightsmalldotsaroundacentralpoint,insteadof16likesomeother ve rsionsItried. It also lacksthe "t opdots"smaller dotsontopoflargerdotsthatotherdesignsinclude,thoughIaddedsomelatertogivethede-signabitmoredepthandcolor. Thiswasthemostaffordable projectgiventhatitusesitemsyo ulikelyhavearoundthe housealready,makingitabet-terchoicetotrywithchildrenoralargergroup. CO ST :9 EA SE:7 RE SU LT S:7 Do tt ing to ols: Fo rmythirdattempt,I we nt alloutandpurchasedasetoftoolsdesignedspecicallyforsuchpainting. Fo rabout$12,I gotasetofacrylic ro dsof va riousdiameters,asetof ro undedtipdottingtools,apaintpaletteandasetofstencils.Ididn 't use thestencils,but ra therfollo we d avideotutorial by Kristin Uh ri g. Thiswasthemostintricate designofthethree,andtookaboutanhourandahalftocomplete.Theacrylic ro dsdid produceuniformdots,thoughIfoundtheirlengthabitcum-bersome;itfelthardertoensureIwasplacingthedotsexactlywhereIwantedthem.I'msurethatwouldgeteasierwithpractice,ho weve r, andthe nal re sultwasimpressiv e. CO ST :5 EA SE:7 RE SU LT S:8 Le av ingno st oneun tu rnedforpainted ro cks PHO TO S BY THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS This 20 18pho to (top_sho ws co lorfully-paintedmandala st ones inHopkinton,N.H. The seco lorfully pa intedmandala st ones ca n se rv easpr etty pa per we ightsordecorativeac ce ntsaroundthehome BY DEAN FO SDICK The Asso ciated Pr ess W interizingfragiletreesandshrubsisasimple andprudentexerciseinlandscapemanagement.Mu lchingandwatering beforethegroundfree ze s upcansave yo uabundle oftimeandmoney. "A slongasthesoil drains we ll,waterthetrees throughautumnatleastoncea we ekunlessther e isalotof ra infall.alotof ra infall,"said Ga ry Jo hnson,an Ex tensionprofessorwiththe De partment of Fo re st Re sourcesatthe Un iversityof Mi nnesota. "S oilmoistureshouldbe toadepthof8 to 12inches forthe ro otstotakeup water ." Ap plyinsulatingmulch butdon 't ov erdoit.Pilingmulch vo lcano-style againstatreetrunkisthesameasburyingatreetoodeep, Jo hnsonsaid. Mo sttreeandshrub damageinwinterisnot cold-related,hesaid. "A nimaldamageis themostcommon,"hesaid, re commending protectivefencingaroundtreesifdeerareaproblem,"o ratleaststemprotectorslikehardwareclothorplasticprotectors ." And thentherearethetrouble-somebark-and ro oteatingsquirrels, ra bbits and vo les. Tr eeguardsand chickenwiregenerallyareusedtokeepthemaway. Bu rlapandstrawwrappingshelpinsulatethesmalltreesandevergreenshrubstypicallyusedinfoundationsettings. "B ut withstraw,takecarenottomakeitawonderfulcon-dominiumfor ra bbitsand vo les ," Jo hnsonsaid. Thefoodsupplyquickly dwindlesforwildlifeafterfrostsetsin,andmosteventuallygolookingforfood,said Ke nLane,chief marketingofcerfor St ar k Br o' s Nu rseries&Orchards Co mpanyinLouisiana, Mi ssouri. "E ve nsquirrels,who s quirrelaway'acornsfor thewinter,maypreferyo ungtreebarkfor a changeofpace ," he said. Sm alltreesbeinggr ow n incontainersneedtobemo ve dsomewherewher e their ro otswon 't free ze but wheretheycanstillstaydormant,saidRhondaFe rree,an Ex tensioneducatorwiththe Un iversity of Il linois. Te mperaturesshould bekeptintheupper30sorlow40s,andgarden-ersmustmakesurethecontainerizedtreesdon 't dryoutinwinter. "M aybeacoolbasement orgarage ," Fe rreesaid. "O rburythecontainer inthegroundorwithmulch." Nu rserymenoften "m ulch-in"container plantsinwinter by laying themagainsteachotherandpackingthe cont ainer areawithmulch,shesaid. Fa llisthebesttimeof ye artoplanttreesjust don 't plantthemtoolate. "I ftheyareplanted we ll beforethesoilfree ze s, theyshouldhavetimetoputoutnew ro ots,which willgetthemthroughthewinterandajumpstartonspring," Fe rreesaid. Pl antinginthe ri ght locationisalsoimportantforwintertimetreeprotec-tion, Mi nnesota 's Jo hnson said. "F orevergreens southernandsouthwest-ernexposuresaretough,especiallyiftheplantsar e backed by alight-colored building,"hesaid. "T he sunwarmsthemupinthewinter,theneedleslosemoisturethatisdifculttore place,andtheplantsar e scorchedandbr ow ned by spring." Ma rg inallycold-hardy plantscansurviveifplacedinspotsprotectedfromwindandcold-pock-etfrostdamage. "F ocusonprotecting plantsfromthewinterwindsandlow-anglewin-tersun," Jo hnsonsaid. Fr agiletrees, sh rubsneedsome hel p ge tt ingthroughwinter THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS A treeguardpr ot ectsa yo ungMagnoliatreefrom ba rk ea ting animalslikethe East ern Co tt ontail ra bbitgrazingnearb y in La ngle y, Wa sh.Mo st treeandshrubdamageiswinterisnot from co ldbut ra therfrom fora gingwildlif e. The Asso ciated Pr essNEW YO RK Ge neralcontractorsandothersmallbusi-nessesinthehome re modeling industrycanexpect re ve nueto slowin2019,the re sultof ri singmortgage ra tesandsluggish homesales. That 's thepr edictionof Ha rva rd Un iversity's Jo int Ce nter for Ho using St udies,which last we ekissueditsquarterly re portonhome re modeling. Thecenter 's indexof re modelingactivityprojectsspendingon re no va tionsand re pairswill graduallyslowintothethir d quarter. Sp endingisexpected to ri se7.7percentinthecurrent quartercomparedtoa ye arago and6.6percentinthe Ju ly-September2019pe ri od. A6.6percentgainishealthy butitnonethelessisasignthatthe re modelingboomofthepast few ye arsiswaning. Ma nyhomeowners re no va te andmake re pairsbeforethey sellandaftertheybuyahouse butspendingon re modeling haslargelywithstoodadipinhomesales ov erthelast ye ar Ho mesaleshavebeenhurt by anongoingshortageofhouses andapartmentsonthemarket.Ex istinghomesalesfell ov er 4 percent ov erthe12months,the Na tionalAssociationof Re altors said Fr id ay. Risinginterest ra tesareaffectingbothhomesalesandre modeling. Ho memortgage ra tesareattheirhighestlevelsinmorethanseven ye ars withthe30-yearmortgagecloseto5percent. Ty picalmonthly paymentsareup15.4percenthigherfroma ye arago,accordingto re alestatedatacompany Zi llo w, whichcalculatesthatit nowcostsabout$118amonth moretobuythesamehouseto-daythanitdidthistimein2017. Ma nyhomeowners borr ow to nancemajorhome impr ov ements,so ri sing ra tes maydetersomeofthem fromstartingprojects. Ho meowners' re ducedspendingwas re ectedin we aker saleslastmonthofbuildingmaterialsandgardeningequip-mentandsupplies;they ro sejust 1.5percentin Se ptemberfrom a ye arago,comparedtoanearly 5 percentgainin Au gust,accordingtothe Co mmerce De partment.That we aknesswillaffect re tailers,includingsmallandindependentstores,thatsellthosegoods. Theslo wd ow nmayalso continuepastnext ye ar 's thirdquarter.The Re altorssaid theirpendinghomesalesindexfell1.8percentlastmonthto104.2.Theindex,whichtrackssigningsofsalescontracts,isdown2.3percent ov erthepast ye ar. Rising ra te s,slo wi nghomesales ex pec te d to hurt re modelers THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS Co nstruction wo rkersputdown ro o ng pa peronhomeinHous to n.

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The Asso ciated Pr essTA MPA Ja re d Sa nche z' smasterbedroom hasthevibeofano ve lty pizza re staurantforchildren,withanelectricbilltomatch. It 's close to$400 amonth. Lightsspellout "T he Ki ng"ineverydirection. Thereare50-inchmoni-tors,arcademachines mintcondition He -Mans The oorisablack-andwhitecheckerboard. Thenther e' sthelivewir e thatis Sa nchezhimself Se atedathiscontrolcenter,hisfrostedtipsperfectlygelled,hetapshisfootin a sparklyAir Jo rd an. Hi sshir t says "T he Ki ngisback." Thisisa37-year-old manlivinghisdream.Thedreamof ndinganobscureChuckE.Cheese robotfromhischildhoodandbringingit ba ck to life. To hisle ft,a10-footmeta l skeletonwithcreepyeye-ballsthesizeofbaseballsstaresdown. To his ri ght, two700-poundlionswiththesameblueeyesstandidleinthesequinedcos-tumeshesewedforthem.He tapsabuttonandthe lionscomealiv e. The y dance,strumguitarsandsinga par odyofabooming Bo n Jov isong,asharp "p fft, pfft,pfft"shootingfromtheirpneumaticcylinders. Thesearethe Ki ngs. "A llittakesisthe ri ght persontoseethis,and we couldmakeatelevisionshowoutofthis,likeeas-ily ," Sa nchez ye lls ov erthe music. "A ndIhavepeople saying, O h,it 's oldtechnolog y, it 's oldtechnology .' We ll,that 's whattheytold Ji m He nson.That 's exa ctl y whattheytoldhim!" He takesapu llfrom a va pepen,checkswiresand changesinputs. He sings alon g withthe Ki ngs. "I t' s Ki nglife! It 's my newendeavorrr!Thisisgonna ro ckfor-ev-errrr! I justwannasingwhileI' m aliiiive!" Sa nchezwasscarred by his 12thbirthday. It was1992andhisparentsbroughthimtoChuckE.CheeseinAlbuquerque,astheyhadmanytimesbe-for e. At thetime,ChuckE. Chees e' sPizza Ti meTheatrefeaturedafullbandofanimatronic,human-sizedanimals. It wasawild,futuristicconceptwhen At ar i founder No lan Bu shnel l convincedthecompanytoopenthe rstChuckE. Chees e' sin1977. Bu t yo ung Sa nchezdidn 't careaboutChuckE., He len He nnyorthe re st. He wa s enraptured by the Ki ng a giant, El vis-impersonating lionthatperformedinthelounge,its ow ncornerof the re staurant. "H emo ve dsosmoothly itlookedtomeasifhewasre al," Sa nchezsaidofthe Ki ng. "A lltheother ro bots mo ve dlike ro bots ." That ye ar, Sa nchez remembers ru shingtothe Ki ng 's stageonlyto ndan emptyspaceandawomansweepingthe oor. "S on,theydonethrew thatthing outmonth sago ." He artbrokenandwithoutans we rs,heforcedhis parentstoleaveandgotoPistol Pe te 's Pizzeria. The Ki ngwascollateral damageinthegreatpizzawarsofthe1980s,endingwithChuckE.Cheese 's bankruptcyandtakeo ve r by cor por atearchenemy Sh ow bizPizza. Sh ortlybeforethecompanyfailed, a few Ki ngs we re converted to Ki ng Ka ts, Mi chael Ja cksonimpersonatorsmean t tokeepupwiththetimes It wasprobablytoolittle toolate. Afterhighschooland four ye arsinthe Na vy Sa nchezmo ve dto Fl orida andworkedasastockeratWa lmartbeforemovingto thevisioncenterandeven-tuallybecomingalicensedoptician. He endedup backwith Wa lmart,andafter aco uple ye ars,hesaid,landed a$93,000-a-yearjobas a corporateprojectsupervi-sor. Bu tspending we eksat atimeonthe ro adgotto him.Knowingbefo re th e emplo ye eswhentheirstor e wouldbeclosing,orhavingto re someo nepersonally madehimsick. He leftthe positionaftera ye ar,wiped out by the st re ss. "I didn 't kno wwhatanervo usbreakd ow nwasthen, hesaysno w. "B utit was a ner vo us brea kdown." It wasaroundthistime thatthe rst Ki ngarrived. The Ki ng 's disappearancehadbugged Sa nch ez for ye ars. In themid-1990s he 'd sitinthelibraryathis militaryboardingschoolon we ekends,scouringthe internetfor in fo. It wasnearlyadecadebeforehefoundanything,but in2006,a Ki ngappeared oneB ayfo r $2 5,000. It wasanimpossible sum,but Sa nch ez started emailing ow nerArthur Gr eenin Sa ugerties,N.Y foranother10 ye ars. He explainedhowmuchheadoredthe Ki ng. He sent childhoodphotosofhim-selfat Ch uckE.Cheese. Gr een,whosupplies propsfor lmsand TV relentedin2015. "H ewas,uh,persistent. Anicepersistent," Gr een said. "I act uallyhadpeople offermemoremoney,butJa re ddeser ve dit.Iknewhe wastheonewhocouldgetitgoingagain.... So we let himmakepa ym ents,and we don 't dopayments ." Sa nchezeventuallypaid Gr een$10,000.The Ki ng arrivedin Ta mpaonatruck in 201 6. Aftersittinginstorage fordecades,itwasshot.Sq uirrelshadstuffedits fuzzyheadfullofacorns Sa nchezspentmonths replacingitscylindersandlearningtosewsohecould thimwithnewfur. He guredouthowtomaketheKi ngworkwithamode rn computerinsteadofitsoldre el-to-reelmachine,and learnedtopainstakinglyprogrameachofitsmo vements. If he wantedthe Ki ngto liveon,itwasuptohim. If hewantedmore Ki ngvideostowatch,he 'd havet o makethem. So ,he re modeledhis masterbedroomintoastu-dioandstartedwritingandre cordingparodysongs. He took vo icelessons,bought aprofessionalmicrophone andusedgreen-sc re en specialeffects. He sp ent we eksperfectingvideos andpostedthemtohisYo uTubechannel. Pa re ntsemailhim,he said. Au tisticchildrenar e calmed by the Yo uTube videos. He sentoneboy a pieceofthe Ki ng 's fur .The mothercried. Hi sgoalisbuildhis Yo uTubefollowingupto 100,000subscribers.That,hesays,wouldbringinabout$5,000amonthandallowhimto ru nthe Ki ng fulltime Thentherecouldbe a TV sho w, andt hen,who knows? Ma ybeakids re staurant,withasalonat-tachedandabarforthedadstoplay re trovideo gamesinandthe Ki ngs performingliveforanau-dienceagain. Ch uckE. Ch eese ro bothelpedman ndhis way Jared Sa nche z po se swithTheKingandKing Pu ff inhis Ta mpahome Sa nche z is so ob se ss edwiththe 10 -f oot ta llanimatroniclionsthat sa ngElvistunesin ChuckE.Chee se' s re st aurant s, he no w ow ns fo ur Idon 't ho ard,I re st or e, he sa idjokinglyduringa re ce nt to ur Sa nche z co nv er te damas te rbedroom of hi shome intoa st udioandno w lmsthelionssinging pa ro dy so ngsandpo st sthem to Yo uTube THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS PHO TOS Jared Sa nche z turnsonhis Yo uTubechannelasTheKing andKing Pu ff per fo rminhis Ta mpahome. www.artisticdesignsunltd.com artisticunltd@yahoo.com 4139 W. LafayetteSt. M arianna,FL 850.372.4456 LotsofHomeDecorandanarra yofg ifts fo rE ver yo ne &A llOccasions! S ilk F reshFlowers G ifts H om eD ecor Fo rA ll Yo ur Fl ow er ing &G if tG iv in gN ee ds ... W eddings &E ventPlanning W eddingRentals W eddingGifts &A ccessories LetUsHelpMake Yo ur We ddingUnforgettable... If yo uc andreamit, we ca nc re at ei t! 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XX WEDNESD AY OC TO BER 24 20 18 10A WEDNESD AY AP RIL18 20 18 StateCrimeBriefs Florida ma n fa ces groping char ge after ightfrom Hou stonALBUQUER QU E,N.M. A Fl oridamanisaccusedofgropingafemale passen gerwhileon a ight Su ndayfrom Ho uston toAlbuquerqueandlatertellingauthoritiesthatthepresidentofthe Un ited St atessaysit 's OK tograbwomen by theirprivate parts. Br uce Mi chaelAlexander,49, of Ta mpamadehisinitialappearanceinfederalcourt Mo ndayinAlbuquerqueonachargeofabusivesexualcontact. It wasn 't immediatelyclearifhe hadanattorney. Ac cordingtoacriminal complaint,awomantoldauthoritiesthemanbehindhe r touchedhertwiceandthatsh e toldhimtostopandaskedtochangeseats. Alexander re calledinawritten statementonlythatthewoman infrontofhimhadspokentohimandthenchangedseat s.Sixshoton st re et nea r northFlorida st adium be fore NFL ga meJACKSONVILLE Si xpeople we re woundedinastreetshootingblocksfromthe Fl oridastadiumwheretheNFL 's Ho uston Te xansplayedanddefeatedthe Ja cksonville Ja guarson Su nday authoritiessaid. Ro nLendvay,directorof investigationsforthe Ja cksonville Sh eriff 's Ofce,saidseveral shots ra ngoutabout12:35 p. m. Su ndayon abo ulevardinthe stadium 's generalareaandthat ve menandonewoman we re hit by gun re. All we re ru shedto hospitals,andthesheriff 's ofce tweetedthatthreeofthevictimswe re incriticalcondition.The victims ra ngedinagefromtheir 20stothe70s,accordingtoLendvay. Theshootingbrokeoutbefor e thescheduled1 p. m.startof play.Lendvay re portedno linktothegame,which we nt onwithoutincident,andsaidinvestigators we re investigating whetheritwasgang-related. The Te xanswon thei rfourth consecutivegame Su nday,defeatingthe Ja guars20-7totake a one-gameleadintheAFC So uth atthestadium,TIAA Ba nk Fi eld.Fr omwire re ports Crime 12A WEDNESD AY OC TO BER 24 20 18 Sheriff:Man fo und withwif e' sbodyin trunk,kidsin carAsoldierbasedinLouisianawasarrestedinacarwithhiswife 's bod yinth e trunk,his gi rlfrienddriving,andhertwo tod dlers inthecar,ofcialssaidMo nday. Logan T. Ky le,22, was tu rn ed ov ertoArmy investigatorsat Fo rt Po lk; Sa ra hM. Pa rk er,24, of La keCharles wasar re sted oncharges ofob struc ting justiceandfailingto re por t ahomicide;and Pa rk er 's 1-and 2ye ar-oldchildren we re takenintostate custody Sa turday nig ht, a Ca lcasieu Pa ri sh Sh eriff 's Ofcesaid in a new s re lease. Ky le, who hasbeeninthe Armyforfour ye arsand stationedat Fo rt Po lk for a coupleof ye ars,wasincustody,basespokeswomanKi mberly Re ischlingsaid in an email. Sh e sa idshecannot re leasehis wi fe 's name until Tu esday be caus e Army re gulations re quire a 24-hourwaitafternotify-ing nextof kin. Sh eriff 's ofcespokeswoman Ki m My ers said Mo nday tha tsomebod y who ha dbeentold abou t the bo dycalled thesherif f' sofceto sayawoman wa sdrivingaroundwith a bodyinher tr unk. De puties stopped Pa rk er 's car about9:30 p. m. Su nday. De tectives lea rn edthat Ky lekilledthewoman at Fo rt Po lk,andthat Pa rk er knewaboutthekillingandwastryingtohelphimhideand ge t ri dofthebod y, the news re leasesaid.So ldierchar ge daf te r 12ye ar-oldgirl' s disappearanceNEWBERN, N. C. Inve stigators wor kedquickly totrackdowna Fo rt Br agg soldieranda 12 -year-old girlhe hadbeencomm unicatingwithonlineaftershe di sappea re dfromher grandmother 's home ov ernight,a No rt h Ca ro lin a sheriffsaid. Thegirl 's grandmother wokeup Su ndaymorningtodisco ve rthegirl was gon e, butshefound a ra nsomnoteonthe gi rl 's bed and herwindowopen Cr aven Co unty Sh eriff 's Ofcesaid in a st atemen t Mo nday.Thegirlwas found Su ndayafternoonat Fo rt Br agg, morethan tw o hoursaway by car,with 19-year-old Ja mes Pe ele of Chester eld, So uth Ca rolina,ofcialssaid. In ve stigators bega n looking at Pe elebecause the tw o we re Fa cebook friend s, said Ca pt. Jo hn Whiteld. Pe eleis ch arged withstatuto ry ra peand burglaryandwilllikelyfaceakidnapping ch arge,too Sh eriff Je rry Mo nettesaid atanewsconfe re nce.An earlier st atementfromthe sheriff 's ofcesaidhewas chargedwithkidnapping.No listingcouldbefoun d for Pe ele. Lt. Co l. Mi ke Bu rn sof the 18t hAirborne Co rpsat Fo rt Br agg con rm ed tha t Pe elewasaprivate,but didn 't havefurther de tails. The ra nsomnote requestingmoneyforhe r safe re turn "m ay have bee n somecamouagede-signedtothr ow authorities off," Mo nettesaid. Mo nette 's ofcegot helpfromagenciesinNo rt hand So uth Ca ro lina, theFBI,U.S.ArmyCID Se crete Se rv ice andothers. He sa idinvestigators workedquickly,using ce llphonetrackingtechnologyto ndthegirlwithinseven toeighthoursofthetimehergrandmother re ported herdisappea ra nce. Sh e was re unitedwithher grandmother Su nday night.Chicagopolice sa y manordered sh ots thatkilled2ye ar-oldCHICAGOChicago policeha ve arrestedaman who they sayordered a fellow gan g mem berto re the sh ots in toa cr ow dthat killeda2-year-old bo y. Au thoritiessaid Mo nday that27ye ar-oldAlexander Va re lawasarrested Fr iday on murderchargesand othercountsinthe Oc t. 6fatalshootingof Ju lien Go nzalez.Theysaythey' re stillsearching fo rthe gunman,but they didn 't re leaseanyinfo rm ation aboutthatperson. Po licesayan argu men t at a birthday pa rt yescalatedintoa ght,during which Va re la or deredhis gangmembertoopen re downanalleyon the city' s northwestsid e. De puty Chiefof De tectives Br endan De enihansays Ju lien was foll ow inghisfather whenabulletstruck his ne ck. Ajudge or dered Va re la jailedwithoutbond, re jectinghisattorney'sargumentthatheshould be eligible for bailbe causehehasno felonyconvictions.Po lice: wo man wa ntedhus ba nd, ex -w ifedeadMONTICELL O, Ark. Co urt re cordsallegean Arkansaswomanaccusedinamurder-for-hireplo t wantedherhusbandandhis ex-wife killedsoshe couldinhe ri thisbusiness and re ceivehis li feinsurancepolicy. St ephanie Ro gersisthe wifeofformer Mo nticello Ma yo r Jo e Ro gers. Re cords indicatethe48-year-oldwas ja iled Mo ndayon chargesofcapitalmurderconspiracyandsolicita-tion. He rbondis$500,000. The re cords don 't indicate ifshehasanattorney. Ro gerswasarrestedlast we ekfollowinganinvestigationthat be ganwhenan informanttoldauthoritiesRo gershadapproached her abou thiringsomeone tokillherhusband 's exwife, De bbie Ro gers. TheArkansas De mocrat-Gazette re portsthat St ephanie Ro gerswanted De bbie Ro gerskilledtoinherit Jo e Ro gers'business and wa nted he rhusband killedto re ceivehislifeinsurancepolicy andcontrol of hisbusines s.Fr omwire re por ts CrimeBriefs Of ce r fa tallyshoo ts suspect inGeorgiapoliceslaying The Asso ciated Pr essSNELLVILLE, Ga .Apoliceof ceron Mo ndayshotandkilled an18-year-oldmanaccusedoffa-tallyshootinganotherofcernearaschoolinthe At lantaarea ov erthe we ekend,policesaid. Ta fahree Ma ynardwasoneoftwo menchargedinthefatalshootingSa turdayofGwinnett Co untypolice OfcerAntwan To ney. Po licebelieve Ma ynardshot To ney,andhad launchedanareamanhuntashefacedchargesofaggravatedassaultandfelonymurder. Po lice re ceivedcredibleinformation Su ndaynightthat Ma ynard wasstillintheareaanddo ze nsof ofcers we re mobilizedtosearch forhim,policesaidinanemailMo nday.TheysaidaSW AT team wascalledtoclearmultipleloca-tionsbecauseofthepotentialthreatMa ynardposed. Po licegotacredibletipon Ma ynar d' swhereaboutsabout3a.m. Mo nday,saidGwinnett Co untypoliceChief Bu tch Ay ers. Tw oofcerssearchingashed behindahousethatbelongedtosomeone Ma ynardknewencountered Ma ynardabout11a.m. Mo nday,policesaid. Ma ynard re fused tosurrenderandfailedtocomplywith ve rbalcommandstoshowhis hands,policesaid. On eofcer re d hisstungun,whichdidn 't incapacitate Ma ynard,policesaid. Ma ynardthenpulled outalawnmo we r bladeandmo ve d aggressivelytowardofcers,prompting thesecondofcerto re hisgun, strikingandkilling Ma ynard,police said. "I wouldliketosaythatthedangertothecommunityis ov er ,"A ye rs saidatanewsconference,add-ingthatpolicewouldcontinuetoinvestigateanypotentialchargesagainstpeoplewhomayhavepro-videdassistanceto Ma ynard "d uringhisattempttoescapejustice ." Asecondsuspect,19-year-old Is aiah Pr etlo w, waschargedwith aggravatedassault. Ac cordingto police, Pr etlowdr ov ethesuspicious ve hicleawayaftertheshooting, crashedashortdistanceawayand edalongwithotheroccupants. Anofcersearchingthearealaterencountered Pr etlowaround3 p. m. Pr etlowpointedagunattheofcer,who re dshots,accordingto police. Pr etlowwasnothitand ed intosomewoods. He wa ssubsequentlytakenintocustodyaround11:30 p. m. Sa turday by U.S. Ma rshals. No ofcers we re inj uredintheencounterwith Ma ynard.The Ge orgia Bu re auof In ve stigationisinvestigating,whichisstandardprocedureforshootings by police. To neywas re spondingtoacall around2:30 p. m. Sa turdayabout asuspicious ve hiclenear Sh iloh Mi ddleSchoolinthe Sn ellville area,about25miles(40kilometers)northeastof At lanta.Whenheand hispartnerapproached,someoneinsidethe ve hicle re dfrominside and To neywashit,policesaid.The ve hiclespedoff. To neydiedatahospitalfromhis wounds,policesaid.The30-year-oldfrom So uthern Ca liforniahad beenwiththeGwinnett Co unty Po lice De partmentfornearlythree ye ars,servinginhis rstpolicejob. Se rv icesforhim we re announced Mo nday.Thefuneralissetfor11 a.m. We dnesdayinLawrenceville. "T hepeoplethatworkedwithOf cer To neyonadailybasis re called a ve ry jo vi alpersonwhowasdedicatedtohisjobanddedicatedtohiscommunity ,"Ay erssaid. Au thorities se ekvehiclesinmi ss inggi rl Â’s case The Asso ciated Pr essMADISON, Wi s. Au thoritiessaid Mo nday thatthey' re lookingfor twocarsinconnectionwiththedisappearanceofa Wi sconsingirlwhose parents we re gunned downlast we ek. Ba rron Co unty Sh eriffChris Fi tzgeraldsaid duringanewsconferencethatinvestigatorsarelookingfora re dor orangeDodgeChallengerandablack Fo rd Ed ge orblack Ac uraMDXthat mayhavebeentravelingneartheClossfamily'shomeonthenightthatJa mesand De niseCloss we re killedandtheir 13-year-olddaughter,Ja yme,disappeared. He saidhedidn 't have informationonthecars'licenseplates. De scriptionsandphotosoftheve hicles we re addedtoan AmberAlertfor Ja yme. St ate,localandfederal investigatorshavebeensearchingfor Ja ymesince around1a.m.on Oc t.15. De puties re spondingtoa 911callearlythatmorn-ingdisco ve re dthatsomeonehadbrokenintothe family'shomenear Ba rro n,about80miles(128 kilometers)northeastofMi nneapolis,andgunned downthecouple.Theybelieve Ja yme,whoisnot asuspectinherparents'deaths,wasabducted. Fi tzgeraldsaidinvestigatorshave re ceived morethan1,300tipsandhaveclosed1,100ofthem. Pi zzadeli ve ry manar re sted at militarybase ja iled ag ain The Asso ciated Pr essHEMPSTEAD,N .Y. An Ec uado ri anpizzadeliverymanwhowasheldupasanexampleof ze alous U.S.immigrationenforce-menthasbeenarrestedinadomesticviolencecase. Acriminalcomplaint allegesthat Pa blo Vi llavicenciopushedhiswifeagainstawall,slappedherandgrabbedherphonetokeepherfromcallingpo-licelastThursdayatthecouple 's He mpstead,Long Is landhome. He was arraigned Sa turdayonamisdemeanorchargeand re maine d jailed Mo ndayafternoon. Hi sattorneydidnotimmediately re spondtoa requestfor com ment. Vi llavicenciowasdetainedon Ju ne1afterdeliveringpizzatothe Fo rt Ha miltonArmybasein Br ooklyn. He wasseekingtoestablishlegal re sidencyand ov ercome a 2010ordertoleavethecountr y. Hi swifeandtwo yo ungdaughtersareU.S. citizens. Earlierthismonth,the go ve rn mentdeclinedto appealthe Ju lydecision freeinghim. "T hefederalgo ve rnmentisadmittingwhatwe al re adyknewther e wasabsolutelynolegiti-mate re asontolockMr Vi llavicencioupandtake himawayfromhisfam-ily ," Go v. Andrew Cu omo a De mocrat,saidatthe time.Thego ve rn or 's of cedidnotimmediately re spond Mo ndaytophon e andemail re questsfor comment. Whenheorderedthe releaseof Vi llavicencio ov er thesummer,U.S. Di strict Ju dge Pa ul Cro ttysaidhe didn 't believethedetentionwas "a ccidentalor ra ndom." "I tshouldnotbedifcult todiscernthatfamiliesshouldbekepttogetherra therthanbeseparated by th ethoughtlessand cruelapplicationofasocalled z ero-tolerance'policy ," Cro ttywrote. "T hisis especiallysowheretheorganizationseeking remo va lhasalsopr ov ided apathwayforaperso n inpetitioner 's positionto re gularizehisimmigration statuswithminimaldis-ru ptiontohisfamilylife ." Thejudgeadded Vi llavicencio "d eser ve sitdueto hishardwork,hisdedica-tiontothefamily,andhiscleancriminal re cord." At torney Ge neral Je ff Se ssionsorderedthe "z ero-tolerance"policy in Ap ri l. Mo re than2,500 children we re sepa ra ted fromtheirparentsafterthe Tr umpadministrationadoptedthepolicytocriminallyprosecuteeveryadultwhoenteredthecountryillegall y. Hu ndredsofparents we re depo rt edwithouttheirchildren. Tr umpsignedanexecutiveorderhaltingthe"z ero-tolerance"policy in Ju ne,butisconsideringnewoptionstocre-atedeterrentsforimmi-grantfamiliescomingtoAmerica. Maynard THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS Pa blo Vi llavicencio the Ec uadorianpizzadeliverymanwho wa sheldup asan ex ample of ze alous U. S. im mig ra tio n enfor ce ment wa s ar re st edinadome st icviolen ce ca se

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Mi ldredM. Br uner Mi ldredM. Br uner ,a ge 95,of Gr aceville ,p assed awayon Sa turday ,O ctober 20,2018. Sh ew asbor non Fe bruar y1 3,1923tothe late Jo hnArchand Ma ude Sw eat Mi tchell. Mi ldred was al ifelong re sidentof Gr acevilleand am ember of Ga lilee Un ited Me thodistChurch. Sh ew as al ovingwife ,m other ,g ra ndmotherand ah ar dw orker. Mi ldredwaspreceded indeath by herparents; husband ,D aniel "S cud "Z. Br uner ;o neinfantsonand son, Ja mes Br uner ;g re atgranddaughter ,K enley Rae Br uner ;o nebrother ,R ober tM itchell;twosisters, He len Iv eyand Ru by Ne ll Mi tchell. Mi ldredissurvived by herchildren, Jo eB ru ner and Ca ro lyn Pow ell(F re d); daughter-in-law ,K athy Br unerandsister-in-law, Ma ry Lee Mi tchell. She isalsosurvived by seven grandchild re n,seventeen greatgrandchildren,andah ostofnieces ,n ephews, andfriends. Fu neralservices we re heldat2:00pmon Tu esday ,O ctober23,2018in the Ga lilee Un ited Me thodistChurchin Gr aceville with Re v. Da llas Pe ttisand Pa tW illiamsofciating. In termentfollo we dint he churchcemeter y. Thefamily re ceivedfriendsone hourpriortotheservice. Wi lliams Fu neral Ho me of Gr acevilleisinchargeof thearrangements .E xpressionsofsympathycanbemadeatwww.williamsfhs.com. Wi lliams Fu neral Ho me 5283 Br ow nS treet Gr aceville, Fl 32440 850-263-5116 Ha ro ld Jo hnson Ha ro ld Sa mue lJ oh nson, 70, aM iam in ati ve une xpe ctedly pass ed on Thu rsda y, Oc tobe r1 8, 2018 .F un eralservice sa re 12noonEST Fr iday ,O ct ober26,atPilg ri mR es tP .B. Chu rc h,3727 Wo odville Hi ghway .V isit ationis3-7 p. m.Thursda ya tT ILLMA NO FT AL LA HASSEE 850-942-1950 ,4 006 Cr awfordville Rd ., Ta llahassee 32305. Ha ro ldgraduated fromtheoriginalLincolnHi ghSchool. AU .S .A rmy Vi etnamcombat ve teran, hehadbeen ac orrectional ofcerfortheLeo na nd Ja ckson Co unty Sh eriffs' De partments .S urvi vo rs includehissisters ,M ary Bo ldsandAngela (W ill) Jo hnson;brothe r, Ge ro ld (Martha) Jo hnson;stepchildren, Pa ulLettinhand, Re v. Wa llace (V ickie) Go dwin,Lester(Deborah)Thom as ,B arb ar a( Charles) Pier re, Pa mel aT homasand Br end a( Ty ro ne )W illi ams; godsiste r, Alic eS tephe ns; andnumerousothe rr elati ve sa ndfriends. Ti llma no fT allahas see 400 6C rawfor dvilleRd. Ta llahassee,FL32305 850-942-1950 Je ssie Mae Ol iveJe ssie Ma eO liv e, 87, of Pa namaCity ,FLd ied We dnesday ,O ctober10, 2018ather re sidence. Ms .O liv ew asbor nin Ma ri anna,FLon Au gust 6,1931tothelate Je sse and Ru by Allen. Sh ew as ag ra duateof Ma ri anna Hi ghSchoolandwas Mi ss Ma ri annain1950. Sh ew as am emberofThe Ma ri anna Wo man 's Club ,t he Ma ri anna Wi dow/Wido we r' sC lub, and ad evoutmemberof The Fi rst Un ited Me thodist Churchof Ma ri anna. Sh eisp re ceded by her husband, Os car Ol iv e, Jr. Sh eiss urvived by her twosons ,A shley Ol iv ea nd Os car Ol iv e, III;onebrother ,D arrelAllenof Pa nama City ;o nesister ,M ar yL arkinof Ca lifornia. Ag ra ve sideservicewill be 2p .m. Fr iday ,O ctober 26,2018at Ba scom Fi rst Un ited Me thodistChurch Ce meter yw ith Re v. Dr. Na than At woodofciating and Ja mes &S ikes Fu neral Ho me Ma ddo xC hapeldire cting. Ex pressionsofsympathymaybemadeonlineatwww.jamesandsikesfuner-alhomes.com. Ja mes &S ikes Fu neral Ho me Ma ddo xC hapel 4278Lafayette St re et Ma ri anna,FL32446 850.482.2332 www.jamesandsikes funeralhomes.com Ir by Clyde Pr ice Ir by Clyde Pr iceage 88of Gr acevill e, Fl orida passedawayon Fr iday ,O ctober19,2018inChiple y. He wasbor nonJ ul y2 1, 1930in Bl ack,Alabama tothelate Jo seph B. and St ella Ru therfor dP ri ce. Ir by ser ve dh iscountr yin theU.S. Na vyduringthe Ko re an War. He spentmost ofhislifein Gr acevill ea nd was re tiredfromtheU.S. Po stal Se rv ice .I rb yw asa memb eran dad eaconof Da mascu sB aptistChurch. He wasalso am emberof theAmericanLegion Po st #12. He wasprecededin death by 8b ro thersand1 sister. Ir by issurvived by his sonLarr yR.P ri ceandwife Linda Su eofC alifo rn ia, 1s ister Be tty Re gisterof Gr acevill e, 1s ister-in-law Ja ckie Pr iceof Gr acevill e,2 grandchildren,and 4g re at grandchildren. Se rv icesfor Ir by we re heldat11:00A.M., Mo nda y, Oc tober22,2018at Da mascu sB aptis tC hurch with Re v. Br ian Ta ylorofciating .I ntermentfollo wed inthechurchcemete ry withmilitar yh onor s. Fa mily re ceivedfriendsone hourpriortoservice. Ex pression sofs ympathycanbemadeatwww.willia msf hs.com. Wi lliams Fu neral Ho me of Gr aceville 5283 Br ow nS treet Gr aceville,FL32440 (850)263-5116 Pa mela D. Selm an Pa mela D. Se lman, 64, of Ta mpaFL,passedaway Oc t.18,2018. Pa mw asbor ni nM ar iannaFL. Pa mg re wup in Gr eenwoodFL. She graduatedfrom Tr oy Un ive rsityandtaughtschool for32 ye ars ,t helastbeing at Ga ither Hi ghSchoolin Ta mpa. Sh ew as am emberofLake Ca rroll Ba ptistChurch. Sh ee njo yed swimming,andplayingpickleball. Pa miss urvived by her lovinghusban dD avid Se lman of Ta mpa; ador ing children:Clair e, Ha ley ,a nd Sk ye ;s isters: Sh err iC lunan (Sam)of Ta llahasseeFL, andLisa Da vis(Chuck)of Ma ri anna FL. Sh eisp re deceased by herparents Ha ro ldand Ru by Da visof Gr eenwood FL. Av isitation will be held on Fr iday ,O ct.26th,atLake Ca rroll Ba ptistChurchin Ta mpaat10amfollo wed by as erviceat11am. In lieuofo we rsdonationsmaybemadetotheHu rricane re liefeffortsin the Fl orida Pa nhandle. Hu bert We ndell Wi lliams Hu ber tW en dell Wi lliams ,9 1,of Ma ri anna, diedearly Fr iday ,O ctober 12,2018at So laris He alth Ca re inLakeCity ,F lorida. Hu ber tw asbor nonN ove mber3,1926,in Gr aceville ,F lorida,asthesecond of v ec hildr en to How ar d and Fl orida Wi lliams .H uber ta ttendedschoolin Gr acevill e, graduatingfrom Gr acevill eH ighSchoolin 1944. Up ongraduation,he joinedthe Na vyandwas assignedtotheUSS Fu rse De sto ye r. Afterbeingdischarged fromthe Na vyin1946,he attendedbarberschoolinJa cksonville ,F L. Fo llowingbarberschool ,in1 947, Hu ber ts tartedwor kasa barberon Ma rk et St re etin Ma ri anna,FL. Hu ber tm et hiswife ,E dna Fa ith Ha ll,in Oc toberof1949andthey we re marriedon Au gust 31,1952. He bought Ce ntral Ba rber Sh opin1953 andcontinuedtooperateituntil1972. Du ri nghislast 4y earsasbarberheser ved onthe Fl orida Ba rber Bo ard.Aftertakingclasses throughthe Un iversityof Fl orida, Hu ber tb ecamea certiedinsurancecoun-selorandworkedfull-timeatOrmond In suranceof Ma ri annafrom1972-1996. Hu ber tw asdedicated tohisfamily ,c hurch,and community .Hew asanordaineddeaconand am emberof Fi rst Ba ptistChurch of Ma ri anna. He alsojoined the Op timistClubin1972 andhad34 ye arsofperfect attendance .Hea ndhiswife enjo ye dC hipol aB asketball gamesfor ov er20 ye ars. Theyhadtheprivilegeofattendingthe Na tional Ba sketball To urnamentin Ka nsasin2004and2005. He especiallylo ve ds pendingtimewithhisdaughter,son-in-law ,a ndgrandchildren. Hi sf amilyfondly remembersmanytripstothebeach and so many other funtimestogether .Hew as greatlylo ve dbyh isfamily. Thelast14monthsof hislife ,H uber tl ivedat Solaris He alth Ca re ofLake Citywher ehee njo ye ds eeinghisdaughter ,J enny ,e ver yd ay. He was pr eceded in death by hiswife Ed na Fa ith Wi lliams ,p arents, How ar da nd Fl orida Wi lliam s, andfatherand mother-in-law El merand Oc tavia Ha ll,brother Ca rro ll Wi lliams ,a ndsisters Me rle Mo odyand Ma rie Bu rg ess. He is sur viv ed by his daughter Je nny Bu ieand herhusbandAl Bu ieof LakeCity ,a ndhisgrandchildrenAllison Bu ieof Ga inesville ,a nd Tr ey Bu ie ofLakeCity .O thersurvivo rsincludehisbrother Charles Wi lliams(Barbara) of Br adenton,sisters-inlaw Ma ry Me lvin, Sa ra h Wi lliamsof Ma ri anna,and Ro bbie Wi lliams (J ames) of Ja cksonville ,F L,anda hostofbelo ve dn iecesand nephews. Fu neral Se rv iceswillbe 2p .m. Sa turday ,O ctober 27,2018at Fi rst Ba ptist Churchof Ma ri annawith Re v. Dr .M ike Ta tem and Da vid Me lvinofciating. In termentwillfollo win Pinecrest Me morial Ga rdenswith Ja mes &S ikes Fu neral Ho me Ma ddox Chapeldirecting.Thefamilywill re ceiv ef ri ends onehourpriortoservicesat Fi rst Ba ptistChurchof Ma ri anna. Ex pressionsofsympathymaybemadeonlineatww w. jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com. Ja mes &S ikes Fu neral Ho me Ma ddo xC hapel 4278 Lafayette St re et Ma ri anna,FL32446 850.482.2332 www.jamesandsikes funeralhomes.com www.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com JA CK SO N COU NTYFLORIDAN www .j coridan. com WEDNESD AY OC TO BER 24 20 18 13ALOCAL Florists Obituaries andmor e. Amongthethingshe learned: Ja ckson Co unty Ex tensionAgentDoug Ma yo estimatesthat90 percentofthe ro ughly 40,000acrecottoncropin Ja ckson Co untyhas beenlost,andthatmor e than1millionpoundsofhar ve stedpeanuts we re lostatbuyingpointswhich we re damaged in thestorm. Ad ditionally hesaid,25to40percentofpeanutplantsinthegroundhavesufferedsomedamagetotheabo ve -groundportion oftheplants. The re ar e ro ughly32,000acresof peanutsin Ja ckson Co unty.Of cialssa y80percent ofcenter-pivotirrigationunitsinuseonfarmlandsaredamagedorsittingupsidedown. Ma nyfencesaredamaged,sheds,barns,binsaretornup,andgr ow ers andlivestockproducershavehadtroublegettingtointo eldstohar ve st, becauseoftreesdownonthepathwaysin. Thismaynotallbenew informationforthego ve rnor:is ro ughlythego ve rnor 's eighthorninthvisit tothecountysincethestorm,countycommis-sionerssay.Thistime,asduringsomeearliervisits thego ve rn orwasaccompanied by FEMA. He wasn 't theonlystate ofcialhere Tu esday Fl orida Co mmissioner ofAgriculture Ad am Pu tnamwasalsoher e, travelingwithstateforestr y ofcials. Ja ckson Co unty Co mmissionerClint Pa te saidhespokewith Pu tnamonsomeoftheseandotherissues. Localofcialslearned somethingelseofcon-cern Tu esdayafterthe go ve rn or 's visit-some heavy ra inwasexpected We dnesdaythrough Fr idaynightsthis we ek,with possibly3to4incheswithsomeisolated ooding possible. De spiteallthesedif culties,countyofcials saythey' ve beenastoundedatthelevelofsuppor t seensincethestorm,andthattheyexpectthespiritofcooperationtocon-tinue. We 'v ehadhelpfromeveryagency,they' ve been ve ry eagertohelp ," said Ja ckson Co unty Co mmissionerClint Pa te." Ro dneyAndreasenhasbeengreat,handlingthesitu-ation ve ry profe ssionally forus, we 'v eseenmany otherstatesstepintohelpus, we 'v ehaddedicated linemen,theChamberofCo mmercehasbeenfantastic,theshelterpeoplemanningthosespacesforus,many,many vo lunteerhoursfrompeoplewhocar e, andourcitizens have re allysteppedup themselves. Fo rthesituation we 'r efacing, we 'r e facingwithagreatteam. Co mmissionChairman Er ic Hi llhadsimilarwords ofpraiseforallinvolvedinthe re co ve ry effort. "P aramountinmind isthe we lfareofourcitize ns ," Hi llsaid. "W ehav e somegreatfederalandstatepartnerswhohav e beenandcontinuetobeinstrumentalinhelpingus ." Hi llsaiddebris remo va leffortshouldbe crankingupnowthatthet' saregettingcrossedand thei'sarebeingdottedonthenecessarycontracts Hi llsaidmuchcarehadto betakenintheprocessifthecountyistohaveanyhopeof re imbursement fordollarsspendonthatproject. He estimatedthat 400to500crewsofsix-manteamswillbework-ingtogetdebrisofftheri ght-of-way Ja ckson Co unty Em ergency Ma nagement Dire ctor Ro dneyAndreasen echoedtheircomments sayingthatthepost-stor m re sponseisonalevelhe considersunprecedent-ed. Va ri ousteams we re ro llingintohelpabout12 hoursafterthestorm,hesaid. FEMA re presentativ e AlexAmparowasinthebriengwiththego ve rnor Tu esday.Afterthat session,AmparotoldAn-dreasenandothercountyofcialsthathisagencywillcontinueitssupport. Se ve ra l re presentatives oftheagencywill re main in Ja ckson Co untyfor thenextseveral we eksto ser ve aspointsofcontactsfor re sourcesidenti ed by localofcialswho arehelpingindividualcitizensgetanswersandhelp Scott Fr om Pa ge 1A PHO TO S BY DEBORAH BUC KHALTER/FLORIDIAN FloridaGo v. Rick Sc ot tmet with of cial sinJack so n Co unty Tu es da y afternoon. FEMA re pr es entative Ale x Ampar o, left speakswithlocalof cialslike Jac ks on Co unty Em er ge nc y ManagementDirectorRo dne y Andr ease n, ad Jac ks on co unty Co mmissioner Er icHill, among ot her s.

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BY ANGI E CO OK acook@jcoridan. comMARIANNAAscleanup begins,expendituresstarttomountformunicipalitieshitby Hu rricane Mi chael. To assis t witheffortstoget re imbursed forasmuchdisaster re co ve ry moneyaspossible,citycommis-sionersarelookingtoa Ta llahassee rm tohelpnavigatethat process. In aspecial Tu esdayafternoonmeeting,theboard vo ted5-0toengagetheservicesWheelerEMCfor90days,whileanticipatingthattheagree-mentwillbeextended.The rm wil lassist Ma ri anna withwhat 's expectedtobe a lengthyandcomplexprocessof ling Pu blicAssistanceclaims orthedocumentation re quired forfederal re imbursementdollars. Fo rexample,services re ndered by out-of-countylaw enforcementand rst re sponders,debriscleanupservicesnowunderway by Anderson Co lumbia,andWheelerEMC' s ow nfeesare re imbursableexpendituresthecitywillincurandtherearemanymor e ontheway.Hall owe enplans Al sodiscussedat Tu esday' s meetingwastheupcoming Ha llo we enholidayandwhetherthe Cityof Ma ri annawouldallo w trick-or-treating. Wi thsafetyconcernsaround suchaneveningactivitywhendebrisstilllinesmanystreetsandoutdoorlightingisnonex-istentinsome re sidentialneighborhoodsthecityisplanningtoworkwithlocalchurchestocoordinatelocationsforplannedactivitiesanddisallowdoor-to-doortrick-or-treatingon Ha llo we en. OrganizationswishingtoparticipateareaskedtocontactCityHa llandofcialswill re leaseadditionaldetailsinthecomingdays. fromcompanieswhowanttohelpthecountyman-age Fe deral Em ergency Ma nagementAgencyassistance re questsandcontractsthatcomeaboutasthecountyseeksFEMAassistancefor re pairingor re placingcountyassets damaged by thestorm. Theboardalsohear d fromsomeofthethreede-bris re mo va lcontractors they' ve authorizedtopick uptrees,buildingdebrisandhouseholditemleftonthepublic ri ght-of-way So meofthosecontractors complainedthatthecer-ti cationofthei rtrucks anecessarystepintheirgettingtowork,hasbeenaslowprocess. How ever atthe Tu esdaymeeting, commissioners we re told thattheprocessisgath-eringspeedandthattrucksarebeingcertie d atthistime.Thecounty' s Ro adand Br idge Su perintendent Ja son Ca inis taskedwithdividingupthecountyintoareasofre sponsibilityforthethree companies. On th etopicofdebris remo va l,contractorsasked thatcitizensbeinformedofsomeimportantinformationtheyneedwhentheyplacetheirdebrisonthe ri ght-of-wayforpick up. It isimportanttoseparatedebris by categor y asit 's piledforpick-up Tr eesandother ve getation shouldgoinonepile buildingdebrisinanoth-erandhouseholditemsinanother. El ectronics shouldalsobegrouped.Co -minglingcould re sult inthepilebeingleftuntiltheitemsareseparated. Bo ardmemberson Tu esdayalsoaskedthat thepublicbe re mindedto drivecautiouslythrough-outthecounty,ascrewsarebusyalongthe ri ghtsof-wayandinotherareasintryingtohelpthecom-munity re co ve r. Co mmissionerscon rm edthattheburnban nowinplace re mainsso Se ve ra lcitizenshadinquired. Bo ardmemberslearned, andaskedthatthepublicbeinformed,thatagroupfrom Ta llahasseewillhost a "t ru nk-or-treat"event atCitizensLodgeon Nov 3,inordertogivechil-drenasafealternativ e to Ha llo we ennighttrickor-treating.Thepreva-lenceofstormdebrisinthecountymakesitunwisetohavechildrenwalkinginneighborhoods ri ghtno w, andthecountyishopingparentswilllooktothisal-ternativ e, instead. Thegroupisbringing 40-50peopletoputon theevent,withsuppliesenoughforacouple-thou-sandchildren. Thecountycommissionerswillmeetagain Tu esday morningat8a.m.,likelyintheconference ro omof theagriculturalcenteronPe nn Av enuebutpossibly at Ma ri annaCity Ha ll,to begintheprocessofin-terviewingcandidatesforthecountyadministrator 's position,nowbeing lled onaninterimbasis by Co mmunity Deve lopment Di re ctor Wi lanne Da niels. Co un ty Fr om Pa ge 1A 14A WEDNESD AY OC TO BER 24 20 18 JA CK SO N COU NTYFLORIDAN www .j coridan. comFROMTHEFRONT ChiefFinancialOf ce rJimm y Pa tronisspeakswithJack so n Co unty Co mmissionersinaspecialmeeting of th eboard Fr ida y morning. PHO TO S BY DEBORAH BUC KHALTER Thisiswhat'sleft of the Jac ks on Co unty Ro adandBridgeheadquar te rs. Stormdebrisiswrappedaroundthe agpoleatJack so n Co unty Em er ge nc yOp erations Ce nter. Thecurfewfor Ja ckson Co untyhasbeenlifted. The Ja ckson Co unty burnbanisstillinforce. The Wa ltonArea Chamberof Co mmerce willbeservinghotlunchesatthe Gr and Ridge To wn Ha lltodaystartingat around12:30 p. m. Ma ri annautilitieshas announcedthatduringthehurricane re co ve ry therewilltemporarilybenolatefees,administ rativefees,orshut-offs,andnogarbageoryardfees Therewillbenotransferorcut-onfeesforpeopledisplaced by thestorm. Thecitywillalsomakepaymentarrangementsforthoseaffected by the storm. Co ntactthecity as soon aspossible. Fo rpeopleneeding assistancewithSNAP, a De partmentofChildren and Fa milies re presentativeislocatedatthe Care erSourceChipolaOfce in Ma ri anna. Yo ucanalso callthemainswitchboar d at850-633-4419andasktospeaktotheDCF Re presentativ e. TheD-SNAP (DisasterSNAP, Fo odfor Fl orida)programhasnot beenactivated. Alegalaidhotlinehas beensetupfor Hu rricane Mi chaelsurvivorsin Ba y, Ca lhoun, Fr anklin, Ga dsden, Gu lf, Ho lmes Ja ckson,Liberty, Ta ylor Wa kulla,and Wa shington counties.Thenumberis1-866-550-2929. Ca llersshouldleaveames-sageaboutwhattheirlegalquestionisandtheirname,telephonenumberandwheretheyliv e. They willthenbematchedwithalawyerwhowillcallthemback. It isbeingoperated by the Fl orida Ba r Yo ungLawyers Di vision, theAmerican Ba rAssociation Yo ungLawyers Di visionandthe Fe deral Em ergency Ma nagement Agency. It canassistwith FEMAandotherbenets life,medicalandpropertyinsuranceclaims,homere paircontractors, re placinglegaldocumentslostinthestorm,andcon-sumerprotection,as we ll asadvisingonmortgage foreclosuresandland-lord-tenantissues. Ja ckson Co untyhas beenaddedto theli st ofcountieseligibleforFEMA 's transitionalshelteringassistanceprogram.Theprogramcanpr ov ide vo uchersforhotelsand re ntalsduringdisaster re co ve ry. Mo e' s So uthwest Gr ill willbeserving200mealsatthe2nd We st Ba ptistAssociationChurchon4110He rring Av e. in Ma ri anna Thursdayfrom11a.m.to1 p. m. Chipola Co smetology isofferingfreeshampoo / blowdryservicesforthegeneralpublicandfreehaircutsfor rst re sponders. Op portunity Fl orida willhavemobile Di saster Un employment Co mpensationAssistancecentersinourarea. To daythey willbeatthe Po ssum Pa lacein Wa usaufrom 9 a.m.to4 p. m.Theywill beat Sn eads Hi ghSchool Thursday.The re gular Op portunity Fl oridalocationsin Ma ri annaand Chipleywillbeopenfrom9a.m.to5 p. m. Da rryl Wo rleywillbe inconcertat Ma dison Pa rk todayat5 p. m.as partofatoyandfooddriveforthevictimsofHu rricane Mi chael. It is beingputon by Mi ller and Mi ller Au tomotiv e, Chipola Mi nistries,and To ysfor To ts.Thiseventis freetothepublic,butfoodortoydonationwouldbeappreciated.Alcoholisprohibited. Early vo tingstartson Oc t.27atthe Gr aceville Civic Ce nter, Sn eadsCity Ha ll,andthe Su pervisorof El ectionsOfcein Ma rianna.Thelocationswillbeopenfrom8a.m.to5 p. m. On Sa turday,students from Pa xtonSchoolwillbe servingabarbecuelunchat Sn eads Hi ghSchool from11a.m.to1 p. m.and distributingsuppliesfrom10a.m.to1 p. m.Theywill havefood,papergoods babyclothes,babyfood,toys,andpersonalhygieneproducts,as we llas other thin gs. OnOc t.28therewill befreehaircuts,foodandschoolsuppliesformale student from Ja cksonand Wa shington Co untyatThe Cu t Ba rbershopat4154 Lafayette St .in Ma ri anna. TheCityof Gr aceville hasdecidedtocanceldoor-to-door tr ickor treating.The Au tumn Fe statthe Gr acevilleCivic Ce nterhasbeencanceled. Co ttondalehascancelledtrickortreatingbecauseofthedange r fromdownedpo we rlines andtrees. Po plar Sp ri ngs Hi gh Schoolwillhaveatrunkortreaton Oc tober31from 5 p. m.to6:30 p. m. Therewillbeatrunkor treatatCitizensLodgeinMa ri annaon Nov .3from 3 p. m.to6 p. m.Fr om co mpiled st aff re por ts Ja ck sonCountyStormNotebook PHO TO S BY MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN TheSkiInn,aperennial Co mpass La ke La ndmark, wa sone of theman y wa te rf ro ntbuildings ba dlydamagedinHurricaneMichael. Chris Sa ppwiththe co mpan ySe a To w bringsa pa ir of wa te rc ra ft to shoreat Co mpass La ke Monda y. He wa satthe lake to help sav agebo at sthat we re sunkduringHurricane Michaelwhentheirdocksorboathous es we re de st ro ye d. HURRICANEMICHAELRE CO VERY Ma riannahires co nsultants to help wi th FEMA re imbursement ANGIE CO OK/FLORIDAN MariannaCity Co mmissioner s, fromleft Allen Wa rd II, Ke nn y Hamilton,John Ro ber ts Tr av is Ep hraimandRico Wi lliams discussissues re lated to Hu rricaneMichael re co ve ry du ringaspecialmeeting Tu es da y, inMarianna CityHall.

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JA CK SO N CO UNT Y FLORIDAN SE CT IONB WEDNESD AY OC TO BER 24 20 18 p Sports NFLN FL PREP VO LLE YB ALLD ISTRICT TO URN AME NT BY PETEIA CO BELLI The Asso ciated Pr essCLEMSON,S.C.Clemsonmayhavemadeallthe statementsitcanduringthe re gularseason. Anddon 't expec tthesecond-ranked Ti gerstolook topileupstylepointsagainstunrankedopponent s toimpressthe Co llege Fo otball Pl ayoffpaneldownthestretch. Ti gersco-offensivecoordinatorJe ffScottsaidthe teamknowsifittakescareofbusi-nessduringthe season,they'llendupamongfootball 's na lfouras theyhavethepreviousthreeseasons. "W e' re ve ry comfortableandcondentthatif we continuetoplay we ll, we 'r egoingtobewhere we wanttobeattheendofthe ye ar ," Scottsaid Mo nday. The Ti gersmaynotplayanother ra nkedteamuntil thepostseasontheirfour re maining AC Copponentsin Fl orida St ate,Louisville, Bo ston Co llegeand Du keareacombined5-10inleague pl ay. Thestretch ru nbegins Sa turdayat Fl orida St ate(43,2-3 At lantic Co ast Co nference). NO 2CLEMSON (7 -0 4-0 AC C) AT FLORID A ST AT E (4 -3 2-3 AC C)Do akCampbellStadium, Ta llahas see 11a.m. Sa turday; TV: ABC THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS Clemson Â’s Tr av is Et ienne(9) ce lebrat es withMilanRichard after sco ringa to uchdownagainstNorthCarolinaStatein Clemson, S. C. on Sa turda y. No .2 Cl emson Â’s go al: Fo rg et st yl epoints, just ke ep wi nning The Asso ciated Pr essJACKSONVILLEThe Ja cksonville Ja guarsarestickingwith Bl ake Bo rt lesastheirstarting quarterback. Co achDoug Ma rronemade theannouncement Mo nday,one dayafterbenching Bo rt lesearly inthethirdquarterofa20-7lossto Ho uston. "I spoketobothquarterbacks thisafternoonandtoldthemBl akewillbeourteam 's starting quarterback," Ma rronesaidin a statement. "I believethisgivesus thebestopportunitytowin." Bo rt lesfumbledon Ja cksonville 's thi rd playineachhalf, leadingto10pointsforthe Te xansandprompting Ma rroneto switchto Co dy Ke ssler. Ma rrone saidafterthegamehewouldopenuptheQBjobforthesec-ondtimeinasmany ye ars. He alsobenched Bo rt lesinthe2017 preseason,onlytogivehimbackthejobninedayslater. Ma rronetooklessthan24 hourstogobackto Bo rt lesthis time,sayinghewillstart Su nday'sgameagainst Ph iladelphia (3-4)inLondon. Lo sing Ja gu arssticking wi th Bortlesasstartingquarterback THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS Blake Bo rt les(5)looks fo ra re ce iverasheispr ess ured by Hous to n Te xa ns linebackerJade ve onClowne y (backleft)inJack so nv illeonSunda y. Se e JAGU ARS ,Pa ge 2B The Asso ciated Pr essTA MPA Ta mpa Ba y'sstrugglingdefensewillbewithoutmiddlelinebacker Kw onAlexanderforthe re mainderofthe season. Thefourth-yearprowasinjuredduringthe rsthalfof Su nday's26-23 ov ertimevictory ov ertheCleveland Br ow ns. AMRIperformed Mo nday con rm edthatthe24-yearold,afourth-rounddraftpickin2015,hasatornanteriorcruciateligamentinhisleftknee. "I t' sunfortunate ," coach Dirk Ko ettersaid. "K wonwasplaying so we ll,andwastheheartand soulofourdefense ." Ko ettersaidbackuplinebacker Ja ckCichyalsosufferedaseason-endingkneeinjuryagainstClevelandandwillmissthe remainderofthe ye ar. "O urlocker ro omathalftime wasextremelyemotional," Ko ettersaid. "K woncameoutofthe training ro om ri ghtaboutthe time wewe re getting re adyto Kn eeinjurysidelinesBucslinebac ke r fo rseason Se e ALE XA NDER ,Pa ge 2B Fr om st af f re portsIt wasa ro llercoaster ri dewhen theLady Ho rn etsfacedoffagainst Ho lmes Co untyintheopening gameofthedistricttournamentMo nday,butintheend, Co ttondalewonin ve sets. The Ho rn ets we re 23-25,25-20, 13-2525-22,25-22,and15-8.Thewinadvanced Co ttondaletothe championshipgameandaprob-able re matchagainstthe Sn eads LadyPirates. Thetournamentwasscheduled forlast we ekin Co ttondale,but Hu rricane Mi chaelforceditsdelayuntilthis we ekandamo ve to Ho lmes Co unty. In th e rstgame,the Ho rn ets jumpedouttoabiglead,buttheBl ue De vils we re ableto ra llyand closethegap. Wi ththe De vilson theirheels, Co ttondalepulled aheadagain,but Ho lmes Co unty wasabletotakethewin25-23,thankstosomelast-second Co ttondalemistakes. Ga metwostartedoutasanother white-knuckler,but Co ttondale wasabletotakeasolidleadinthe nalstretchtowin25-20. Ho lmes Co untytookcontrolof gamethreeintheopeningsec-ondsandneverletgo,winning25-13. Ga mefourwasfullofmarathon scoring ru ns. Co ttondalewasofftheblock witha12-2leadbeforethe Bl ue Horne ts ta ke down-to-the-wirewin Co tt ondalesurviv es MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN Co tt ondale Â’s Natalie Be nton ge ts underthe ba llMonda y duringtheHornets ga meagainstHolmes Co unty Se e HORNETS ,Pa ge 2B High Sc hool Fo otba llSn eadswillhost Gr aceville Fr idayat6 p. m. Ma ri annawillhost Ho lmes Co untyat3 p. m. SportsBriefs Colle ge Fo otball Se e CLEMSON ,Pa ge 2B Cle ve landBr ow ns wide re ce iverJarvis La ndr y (80)is upended by Ta mpa Bay Buc ca neers outsidelinebacker Kw onAle xa nder (58)in Ta mpaon Sunda y. THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SSThe Asso ciated Pr essDAVIE Ru nningoutof receivers, Mi amiDolphinscoach Ad am Ga sepressed ru nning back Ke nyan Dr akeintodutyas awideoutwithaquicktutorial. "W e we re telling Ke nyan, R unstraight,turnleft,'" Ga sesaid. "W e we re tryingto getcreativ e. It 'l lbeinterestingtoseehow we doitthis we ek." TheDolphins(4-3)needall oftheirinventivenessandsome re inforcementstoaddressa vo iddifcultto ll. Dy namic re ceiverAlbert Wi lson 's hipin juryislikelyseasonending, Ga sesaid Mo nday althoughavisittoaspecialistwasplannedbeforea naldetermination.Also ru ledoutof Thursday'sgameat Ho uston was re ceiver Ke nny St illswith a groininjur y. Wi lsonand St illswhohav e fourtouchdowncatcheseach we re hurtin Su nday'sloss to De troit.Another re ceiver De Va nte Pa rk er,hasbeennursingaquadricepsinjuryandwasinactiv e, whichisho w Dr akebecameanemergency re ceiver. Co mpoundingturmoilatthe position, Pa rk er 's agent, Ji mmy Go uld,questioned Ga se 's competenceandcomplainedthathisclientishealthyandshouldbeplaying. Pa rk erwillbebackinthe lineupagainstthe Te xans. "W edon 't haveany more receivers ," Ga sesaid,managing aslightsmile. "S oI'msurehe 's goingtoplay ." On eortwo re ceiversfrom thepracticesquadwilllikelybepromoted. At quarterback, Br ock Oswe ilerwillmakehis thirdstartinplaceof Ry an Ta nnehill,stillsidelined by a thr ow ingshoulderinjur y. Ga se: Hi pinjury to Dolphins Wi lsonlikelyseason -e nding

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If yo urpo we riss tillout,besur eto TURN YO UR APPLIANCESOFF to av oi dt heriskofr ew hen yo ur po we rr eturns. D ON OT USEGENERA TO RSINDOORS. Onlyuse generatorsoutdoorsand aw ay fromalldoors,windo ws, and ve nts to ke ep yo urselfand yo ur fa mily safe. To see upda te so no urHurricaneMichael re stor atione ort s,visit: FPUCHurricaneUpda te s. com WA ImportantSafetyTips Yo uc anvie wo ur Restor ation Ti melineMap at: FPUC. co m/HurricaneMichaelRest or ationMap 71 71 90 71 71 90 231 10 10 10 231 BASC OM GREENWOOD MARIANNA ALFORD CO TT OND ALE ALTHA DA R eaching No .1in theworldfeltevensweeterto Br ooks Ko epkabecauseofhowhe gotther e. Go lfisaboutwinning, andtheworld ra nkingis merelya re sultofthat. Fo r allthemathinvolvedin a formulathattriestomea-sureperformance ov er tw o ye ars,it 's aloteasier tounderstandwhenthenew No .1isposingwith a trophy. Du stin Jo hnsonknows thatfeeling. So does Ro ry Mc Ilro y. "I alwayswantedtoear n mywayto No .1inthe world," Ko epkasaidafter hisfour-shotvictoryattheCJ Cu pin So uth Ko re a. "A ndIfeltlikeifIplayed andwon,thatwouldbeexactlyhowIcoulddrawitup ." Ju stin Ro sewouldhav e preferreditthatwayin-steadof re aching No .1last month by missinga4-foot putttoloseinaplayoffattheBMWChampionship Ti ger Wo odsgotto No 1 forthe rsttimewith ati e for19thinthe1997U.S.Op en.There we re no st pumpsthatday. Lee We stwoodand Ni ck Fa ldodidnotevenplay the we ekthey ro seto No 1. Ofthe23playerswho ascendedtothetopoftheworld ra nking, Ko epka becamethe11thtogetthereforthe rsttime by winning. Ni ck Pr ice re mains theonlyplayerto re ach No .1forthe rst time by winningamajor,the 1994PGAChampionshipat So uthern Hi lls. Vi jay Si nghhadoneof the mor e gratifyingmomentsin2004whenhenotonlyendedthe ve -year re ign of Wo ods by winningthe De utsche Ba nkChampionship,heplayedwithWo odsinthe nalgroup. Ul timately,though,it 's allaboutgettingther e. Andthat 's whyitwas suchabigdealfor Ko epka. Asmuchashewastrend-ingasthebestplayerintheworldespeciallyafteradoublemajorsea-sonthereisnoguar-anteeofbeing No .1until yo urnameisatthetop ofthe8,712otherslistedintheOfcial Wo rld Go lf Ra nking. Thiswasthesixth to urnamentwhere Ko epkahad achanceto re ach No .1. He waspoisedtoget thereatthesta rt ofthe Fe dEx Cu pplayoffsuntil Jo hnsonbirdiedhislast fourholesfora61tostayNo .1 by aslimmargin. Thenext we ek, Jo hnson closedwitha64to nish one shotaheadof Ko epka. Andthefollowing we ek, Ro se we ntfrom No .4to No .1withhisplayoffloss intheBMWChampion-ship. Ko epkashot78inthe second ro undatEast Laketosquanderanotheropportunity. He tiedfor seventhatthe Du nhill LinksChampionship. Andthen, nally,hewon theCJ Cu pwithabirdiepar-eagle nishfora29on thebacknine. In evitable? Therewasanothermultiplemajorchampionwhowouldsayotherwise. Be causewhilegolfcelebratesanew No .1the fourththis ye ar,matching themostin asingle ye ar since1997 Ko epkabecomingthe23rdplayeratNo .1isanother re minder thatthelistdoesnotin-clude Ph il Mi ckelson. Leftylookedtobealock to re ach No .1in2010, when Wo odswas re co ve ringfromthedownfallinhispersonallifeandthegapwasshrinking by the we ek. Mi ckelsonwon th e Ma sterstogetbackto No 2. He was ru nner-upat Qu ail Ho llo w. The Pl ayers Championshipwasthe rsttimeinhiscareerthat hehadamathematicalchancetobe No .1. Ne edingavictor y, hebogeyed threeofhisopeningsixholes,closedwitha 74 and tiedfor17th. Thenitwas offto Co lonial,wherehe hadwontwo ye arsearlier He missedthecut. At the Me morial,hetiedfor ft h. "I don 't knowthe ra nkingsystemorworldpointsorhowthatworks,nordoIcar e, Mi ckelsonsaid that ye ar. "I justknowthat ifIcontinuetoplay we ll, ultimatelyinthelong ru n, itwillhappen." Bu titneverdid. He hadninemor e chancesthat ye arand exceptforatieforfourthattheU.S. Op en,never cameparticularlyclose Andwhenhesho we dup in Sh anghai,golf nally hadanew No .1 We stwood,whichhadtostingevenmor e. We stwoodneverwon amajor. He justplayed someofhisbestgolfatthe ri ghttime,whichwas thetime Wo ods we nton hiatus. Mi ckelsonplayed someofhisbestgolfwhenWo odswasathispeak, whichiswhyLeftymightforeverholdthedistinc-tionofbeing No .2longer thananyplayerwhohasneverbeen No .1. That 's oneproblem Ko epkawon 't hav e. In stead,hejoins Jo hnson, Ro seand Ju stin Thomasasplayerstooc-cupy No 1this ye ar.The lasttimethathappenedwasin1997with Gr eg No rm an, Er nie El s, To m Lehmanand Wo ods. Lehmanlastedonly one we ek. He re ached thetop ra nkingwithatie forfourthat Hi lton He ad andneverwasintroducedasthe No 1playerinthe world.Lehmantook a monthoffandwhenhe returnedat Co lonial,hewas backto No .2. Bu tatleasthewasther e. Mi ckelsonwouldn 't tradehis ve majorsor 46worldwidevictoriesforthe No .1 ra nking. Hi s legacyissecurewithoutit. Bu theprobablywould havetaken No .1evenfor a we ek. Ko epk aÂ’ sbig ge st featas No .1is ge tt ingthere On the Fr in ge Doug Fe rguson The Asso ciated Pr ess PA RKJI-HO/YONHAPVIAAP Brooks Ko epka of the Un itedStat es po se swithhistroph y afterwinningthe CJ Cup atNineBridg es onJejuIsland, So uth Kore aonSunda y. The Ja guars(3-4)hav e lostthreeina ro wandfour of ve ,derailingaseason thatstartedwith Su per Bo wlaspirations. Ja cksonvilleseemingly re achedalowpoint Su ndaywhenthelocker ro om eruptedin eryemotion followingathirdcon-secutivelopsidedlossinwhichtheoffensefailedtoscoreinthe rsthalf. Ca lais Ca mpbellwas seenholdingbackfello w defensiveend Ya nnick Ngakouewhenthelockerro ombrieyopenedto themedia. It wasthe nal sceneoffrustrationthatalsoincludedscream-ing,shoutingand nger pointing. Ca mpbell,an11-year ve teranandoneofsixteam captains,calledaplayers-onlymeetings Mo ndayto "t alkaboutsomeissues ." "W illithelp?"defensiv e tackle Ma lik Ja cksonsaid. "H opefullyso. Ho pefully guyswillspeakupandnotbesilent,hopefullytalkaboutsomeissuesthattheyfeelarebotheringthem." Ja gu ars Fr om Pa ge 1Bgobackonthe eld. It wasemotional. Yo ucould tellguys re allycare(about him)." Alexanderhasstartedall 46gameshe 's appeared induringhisNFLcareer.He wa sa Pr o Bo wlselectiontwo ye arsagoand washavingoneofhisbestgamesoftheseasonwhenhetookanawk-wardstepwhile ru shing thepasserandtumbledtothegroundinthe nalminuteofthesecondquarter. He walkedoffthe eld andtothelocker ro om withouthelp,buthedid notplaythesecondhalf. "G uyslike Kw onmean everythingtothisteam,andIhaveempathyforhim,"quarterback Ja meis Wi nstonsaid. "B efore we leftoutthere forhalftime,hewaslike:N evertakeanythingfor granted.' He 's so ri ght," Wi nstonadded. "W e seethepassionheplayswith. We seethehearthe putsinthelocker ro om. ... We 'r egoingtomiss him,andIknowheisgo-ingtomakeanamazingcomeback." LosingAlexanderand Cichywillseverelytestaunitthatwascriticizedforitsplayduringathree-gamelosingstreakthatfollo we da2-0start. Al ex ander Fr om Pa ge 1B De vils we re ableto catchtheirbreath.Ho lmes Co untywas ableto ra llyandtie thingsup,butoncetheylosttheirmomen-tum,thematchturnedintoagruelingpoint-by -pointslugfestthat Co ttondalewon25-22. Bo thteams we re nowtiedwithtwowinsapiece. Wi theverythingon thelineingame ve Ho lmes Co untywas abletotakeanearlylead,butnotkeepit.The Ho rn etsquickly pulledevenwiththeDe vilsandthenblew pastthemtowin15-8. Ho rnets Fr om Pa ge 1B The Ti gershavea ro ad gameat Bo ston Co llege on Nov .10.Theyalsohav e homegamesagainstLouis-ville(N ov .3), Du ke(N ov .17) and So uth Ca ro lina(N ov 24)beforethe AC Ctitle game. Clemson(7-0,4-0)took amajorsteptowardtheirfourthconsecutiveappear-anceintheleaguechampi-onshipgamewhenitturnedanundefeatedsho wd ow n intoaone-sided ru naway withits41-7pummelingofNo .22 No rt h Ca ro lina St ate on Sa turday. "W edidn 't winthedivision,"Clemsoncoach Da bo Sw inneysaid. "B ut we controlour ow ndestiny ." Cl emson Fr omP ag e1B

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The Asso ciated Pr essAT HENS, Ga . Jo nathanLedbetterand El ijah Ho lyeldsay No .7 Ge orgiagotjustwhatitneededfromalopsidedlossatLSU. Thedefeatkeptthe Bu lldogshumbleduringlastwe ek 's by eandallo we d timeto re ectonwhat we ntwrongandhowto keepitfromhappeningagain. Ge orgia(6-1,3-1 So utheastern Co nference)can 't affordanothersetbackthiswe ekagainst No .9 Fl orida (6-1,4-1). If the Bu lldogs planonwinningtheEastDi visionand re peatingas leaguechampions,theylikelyneedtobeatthe Gators, Ke ntuckyand Au bur n toearnatripbackto At lantainearly De cember. "I f we continuetodo what we 'r esupposedtodo andbouncebackfromthatandhandlethe re stofthe seasontheway we 'r esupposedto,thenourdestinyisinourhands ," Ledbettersaid Mo nday. "W ecan bewhere we wanttobe Ev erythingisstillaheadof us,likecoachsaid." Alosstothe Ga torsin theirannualsho wd ow nat TIAA Ba nk Fi eldin Ja cksonvillewouldmakethetasknearlyimpossible,butHo lyeldsaystheteam hastoomuchtalentandpotentialtolettheseasonslipaway. "E ve ry bodyknows what 's atstak e, Ho lyeld said. "E ve ry bodyknows what we 'r eplayingfor Ev erybodyknowswher e we wanttogo.Aslongas everybody'sonthesamepage,andIthink we ar e, Ithink we 'r egoingtobe ne ." Ge orgi a' sdefenselear ned a hardlessonatLSU. It couldn 't getof fthe eld,liningupfor81snapsandget-tinggougedfor275yardsru shingon 51 attempts. Fa cinganup-tempoattackkeptthe Bu lldogs fromsubstitutingasmuchastheywouldhavelikedandexposedwhatcoachKi rby Sm artcalledalackof conditioning,notalackofeffort. "W e' ve pla ye dalotof playersthis ye ar,and sometimes yo ucan 't do thatin(everygame), Sm artsaid. "S ometimes whenpeoplegofast,gohurr yup,theykeepthe sameguysin,and yo u havetobeabletosustainandplaylonger ." Ledbetter,adefensiv e end,puttheonusonhim-selftomakesurethe Bu lldogsgettougheragainstFl orida.The Ga torsaverage34pointspergameandwontheir fthstraight two we eksagoat Va nderbiltasLamical Pe ri neand Jo rd anScarlettcombined for234yards ru shing. Ge orgiagotpoundedup front by LSU. "N othingagainstthem, but we didn 't comeout andexecutelike we 'r e supposedto ," Ledbetter said. "W e we re n' tphysicalenough.Theycameoutandplayedalittlebit harderthanus. Yo umight havethought yo u we re playingpretty we ll,doing everythingthe ri ghtway butther e' salways ro omfor impr ov ement. Yo u' ve go t to xthoseareas ." The Bu lldogs'offense facesachallengeinpro-tectingquarterback Ja ke Fr ommandcreating ru nninglanesfor Ho lyeld, D' Andre Sw ift, Br ian He rri enand Ja mes Co ok. Fl oridaaveragesthreesackspergameand ra nksthir d nationallywith18take-aways. It slastthreeopponentshavecombinedtoconvertjustnineof41third-downchances. Ge orgia 's ru nninggame wasoneofthefewposi-tivesignswith113yardsagainstLSU.The Bu lldogs ra ntheball30times,but noteffectivelyenoughtosetupplay-actionpasses Fr ommcompleted16of34 passeswithhis re ceivers mostlyco ve re dup. "I tdoesn 't re allymake usfeelbetterabouttheloss,butitatleastgivesusalotofhopemovingfor-wardstill," Ho lyeldsaid. "T her e' salottolookforwardtoandalottoplayfor.Whoeverwinsthisgameisinthecaptain 's seatforthebigonesothatisabigthingforus,butyo ucan 't seeitasjustthat. "Y oucan 't ha ve thatas yo urmainfocusbecauseit willjustbecomeadistrac-tion." Sm artwouldn 't com mit togivingfreshman Ju stin Fi eldsmoresnapsat quarterback. He wasundercenterfor ve plays againstLSU,buthis ru nningabilitywouldseem aneasywaytodisruptFl orida 's pass ru sh. Fi elds hasaveraged7.6yardson18attempts. Fr omm,though,is18-3 asastarterandisn 't clo se tolosingthejob. Not es: Sm artsaid Sw ift wasexpectedto re turnto practiceaftermissingtimelast we ekwithasprained ankle....ILB Mo ntyRice 's kneeisnotcompletelyhealthy,but Sm artexpects hewillplay....G Be nCleveland(leg)andDE Da vd i Ma rshall(foot)areout.JA CK SO N COU NTYFLORIDAN www .j coridan. com WEDNESD AY OC TO BER 24, 20 18 3BSPORTS 4867 We stsidePlaza M arianna,FL www.sanmarcosmexicangrill.com 482-0062 Vo ted #1 Bes tM ex ican Lu nch Sp ecia ls! 4396LAF AY ETTEST. MARIANNAVOICEMAIL1.888.699.6847CASH/ALLMAJORCREDITCARDS FA ST ,L OCALSERVICE 24HOURS AD AY Ma rina Fr ee man, Ow ner D&DB ai lB on ds An yJ ai l, An yw he re, An yt im e” Fr ie nd ly& Pr of essio na lS er vi ce Con! den tial 850-482-7001 C A S H / A L L M A J O R C R “ A A College Fo otball BY ST EV EME GARG EE The Asso ciated Pr essKNOXVILLE, Te nn. Afterspendingthe rst twomonthsoftheseasondominatingcollegefoot-ball, No .1Alabamaheads intoitsopendatebelievingitstillhasplentyof ro om forimpr ov ement. Op ponentsmaywonderhowmuchbettertheCr imson Ti decanget.Alabama(8-0,5-0SEC)hasoutscoredteams by 35.8 pointspergameandhasaveraged54.1pointstoleadall Fo otball Bo wl Su bdivisionprograms.Ala-bamatrounced Te nnessee 58-21on Sa turdaywhile postingthehighestpointtotaleverproduced by a visitingteamat Ne yland St adium,whichopenedin 1921. "W earegoingtobein morechallenginggamescomingup ," Alabama coach Ni ck Sa bansaid. "W ehavebeen8-0atthis pointafewtimes. It 's all abouthow yo u nish.This by e we ekisagoodtimefor ustotryandimpr ov eso we haveabetterchance to nishtheway we wan t to nishandfacethechallengescomingupinthefutur e." Thatchallengingstretch ru nstarts Nov .3with a So utheastern Co nference We stern Di visionshowdownat No .4LSU(7-1, 4-1),whichisalsooffnext we ekend.Alabamagot abreak Sa turdaywhen LSUstarlinebacker De vin Whitedrewatargetingpenaltyinthesecondhalfofa22-3triumph ov er Mi ssissippi St ate,which willpreventhimfromplayingthe rsthalfofthe Alabamagame. LSUstillcouldpr ov ide Alabamawithits rst re al challengeoftheseason.Alabama 's closestgameso farhasbeena45-23victo-ry ov er No .16 Te xasA&M. Ye tAlabamacontinuesto gureoutwaystogetbetter.The Ti deevenswitched puntersthis we ekendas Mi ke Be rn iertook ov erfor Sk yler De Long,whohad averaged34.4yardsperattempt. "N obodyisentitledto a job ," Sa bansaid. "E ve ryoneisinacompetition.We needtohelp Sk yler De Long,whohasalot oftalent,becomeabet-terpunter. He getsalittle anxiousinthegameandloseshistechniquealittlebit,so we aregivi nghim sometimetocooloff a littlebitandseethingsfromalittledifferentperspectiv e." De Longhadn 't gotten muchworkthisseasonbecauseAlabama ra re ly hastopunt.Alabamahasjust18puntsallseasontomatch Ge orgia Te ch forthelo we sttotalofany FBSteam,thoughthe Ye llow Ja cketsaveragefewer puntspergame. Alabamaalsowantsto re ducethenumberoflong passesitallows. Alabama ra nks13thin passefciencydefenseaf-ter nishinginthetop10 inthatcategoryevery ye ar from2015-17,including a No .2 ra nkinglastseason. Alabamaisallowing15.9pointspergameto ra nk 12thinscoringdefense, a statisticinwhichitledthe nationin2016(13points pergame)and2017(11.9). "W earetryingtoworkon everything,basicallyever y playthatgotus,everybigplay we gaveupthiswhole season,"defensiveline-man Qu innen Wi lliams said. AlthoughAlabama 's defense has12interceptions thisseason,italsohasgivenup12touchdownpasses. Afterabighitfrom Ma ck Wi lsonsidelined Te nnesseestartingquarterbackJa rrett Gu arantanoon Sa turday,backup Ke ller Chrystthrewtouchdownpassesoneachofhis rst twoseries. On eofthose touchdownswassetup by a40-yard ea ickerfrom Chrystto Ja uan Je nnings. "E ve ntoday,there we re a lotofgoodthingsbutalsosomethings we needtodo better ," Sa bansaidafter the Te nnesseegame. "W e continuetomakemistakesincriticaltimes,wheth-eritwasthebustonthe ea ickerorwhateverit is ." ThescarypartforopponentsisthatAlabamabelievesitspotentoffensecangetevenbetter. He isman Tr ophyfront-runner Tu a Ta go va iloahasthr ow n 25touchdownpasseswithoutaninterception. "T hereisalwayssomethingthat we needtowor k on," Ta go va iloasaid. "A nd forusto ndthatout, we needtogobacktothedrawingboardandwatch lmtogetbetterandgo fromther e." No .1 Al ab amalooks to impr ov ebe fo re LSU THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS Alabamarunning ba ckJoshJacobs(8) ce lebrat es a to uchdownwith te ammatewide re ce iver Henr y Ru ggsIII(11)against Te nne ss eeinKno xv ille Te nn.,on Sa turda y. Despiteloss, Ge orgiastillhas cl ea rpa th to SEC ti tle ga me THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS FILE Georgiade fe nsiveendJonathan Le dbet te rlooksonduringthe ga meagainstMis so uri,in Co lumbia,Mo.,on Se pt 22. NO 7GEORGIA(6-1,3-1SE C) VS NO 9FLORID A (6-1,4-1SE C)TIAA Ba nkField, Ja ck sonv ille 2:30 p. m. Sa turday; TV: CBS

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A ri cAlmirola,Clint Bo wyer, Ku rt Bu sch and Ke vin Ha rv ickar e throughtothenext ro undof NASCAR 's playoffs.Thatis theentirelineupat St ewartHa as Ra cing,forthose keepingsco re athom e, and quiteanimpressivedisplayofbalanceandteamwork. It isalsohalftheeight slotsin th eplayoff eld an dSHRofcoursewants togetitsquartetintothechampionship ro undand guaranteeitselfatitleatHo mestead-Miaminext month. Wi llallfour ma keittothe nale? Pr obablynot. "T hisiswhat we hav e builtup to all ye arwith our Fo rd s, "said Ku rt Bu sch,whoin2004won Fo rd 's last Cu p Se ri estitl e. Bu schwoninthe rst ye ar NASCARmo ve dawayfrom itsseason-longchampion-ship ra cetoapla yo ff-style system,and Fo rd hasbeen tryingtoclawitswaybackintocontentioneversince. Nu mbersarecertainly on Fo rd 's sidewiththe fou r SHRcarsand Jo eyLogano from Te am Pe nskeinthe ro undofeight. 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