Jackson County Floridan

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


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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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)-
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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Pr ov enLeadership |A cco un ta bilit y|C ommitment Doorto -d oortric kor-tr ea ti ng canceledin wa ke ofstorm Fr om st aff re port s.Hallo we en Cotto ndale: Door-to-doo r trick-or-treatinghasbeencanceled.Therewillbeatrunk-or-treaton Oc t.31from5-7 p. m.atthe Co ttondale Hi gh Schoolfootball eld. Grac ev ille: Doo rto-door trick-or-treatinghasbeencanceled.Therewillbe a trunk-or-treatat Gr aceville Hi ghSchoolon Oc t.30from 5-6 p. m.beforethe Ma ri anna/ Gr acevillefootballgame. Autumn Fe stattheCivic Ce nter hasbeencancelled. Marianna: Th epolicedepartmenthascanceleddoor-to-doortrick-or-treatingandwantsanycommunityactivi-tiestobedone by 7:30 p. m. Therewillbeatrunk-or-treatat CitizensLodgein Ma ri annaon Nov .3from3-6 p. m. Sneads: Re sidentsarebeingencouragedtotakepartincommunityactivitiesinsteadofdoor-to-doortrick-or-treat-ing. Sn eads Pr oject Gr aduation willhaveahauntedhouseatSn eadsLog Ca binstarting Oc t.27and ru nningthrough Oc t31. Ad missionis$5. Ho urs willbe6-10 p. m.todayand Ha llo we en,and6-9 p. m.on Su nday, Mo ndayand Tu esday. OnOc t.31,the Sn eads Po lice De partmentwillbe openfortrick-or-treatersfrom5-8 p. m. Mc Da nielsPiggly Wi ggly willhaveatrunk-or-treatfrom4:30-6:30 p. m. Fi rst Ba ptistChurchin Sn eadswillhaveatrunk-ortreatfrom5-7 p. m. TheAmericanLegion Au xiliaryLadieswillgiveawaypunchandtreatsattheLegion Po ston Legion Rd from5-8 p. m. MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN Be th Ba sf or d,Sunland's Co mmunity Pu blic Re lations Co ordinator ta ke s so mepictureinthe En vironmental Pa rk Th ur sd ay Da mage to the pa rk fo rc edthe ca ncellation of theSunland Fa ll Fe st ival.BY DEBORAH BU CKHALTER dbuckhalter@jcoridan. comTheiconic Su nland Fa ll Fe stivaliscanceledfor2018, inthewakeof Hu rricane Michael,butofcialssayspiritsare re boundingat Su nland Ce nter,as re sidentsandstaff dealwithacampusexten-sivelydamaged by thestorm. The re sidentialfacilityfor 255individualswithintel-lectual/developmentaldis-abilitiesisthesecond-largestemplo ye rin Ja ckson Co unty withmorethan800peopleonstaffther e. LocatedoffHwy71north of Ma ri anna,thefacilityis undergoingstormcontin-uedstormclean-up.Ofcialstheresayfacilityisworkingaroundtheclockto re sume normaloperations.Althoughstructuraldamagesandlossoftress we re gr eat,staffan d re sidentsare re silient,and the Su nlandspirit re mains strong,says Su perintendent Ge ri Wi lliams. "T hesuppor t Su nlandhas re ceivedinthe aftermathof Hu rricane Michaelhasbeenincredible ," shestatedina press re lease "S unlandisgreatlyappreciativeto Fl orida Pu blic Ut ilitiesfortheireffortsto re storepo we rtothe Ce nter andnumerouschurches organizationsandindividu-alsfromourlocalandsur-ro undingcommunitieswho haveworkedtolendsup-portwith re liefsuppliesand supplementalmealsforouremplo ye es.Likethegreater community,manyemplo ye es losttheirhomesandpersonalproperty,arewithoutpo we r andtheirfamilies'personal Sunland re bounding planning fo r Fe st ival 20 19 SU BMITTEDPHO TO Vo lunteersfrom RCC and Co nv oy of Hopedeliverdonatedsupplies to assistthe st aff of Sunland. Se e SU NLAND ,Pa ge 13A FA LLFESTIVAL2018 CA NCELED Fr om st af f re por ts Cl asseswill re sumefor Ja ckson Co unty Pu blicSchoolson Mo nday. AT Msareavailableatthe Ja ckson Co unty Te achers Cr edit Un ionand We lls Fa rg o. Early vo tingbeginstoday Yo ucancast yo urballotsatthe Su pervisorof El ectionsOfce in Ma ri anna, Sn eadsCity Ha ll, and Gr acevilleCivic Ce nter from8a.m.to5 p. m. Fi rst Ba ptistChurchin Ma riannawillbecookingbreak-fast,lunch,andsuppertodayandtomorr ow Br eakfaststarts at7:30a.m.;lunchstartsat11a.m.;andsupperwillbeat 6 p. m. Ho tluncheswillbeser ve d by vo lunteersat Ma dison St re et Pa rk startingaround12 p. m. Theywillbethereuntilthey ru n outoffood. Vi ctory Ta bernacleChurch of Go dinChristwillnotbehaving Pa stor Bi shop St eve Co llins' Ap preciation Oc t.28. Fo r moreinfo,pleasecontact So nya White,(850)209-1931. Ca re erSourceChipolawill haveamobileunitat Ma lone JACKSONCOUNTYSTORM NOTE BOOK MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN Wi th ra in y we atherblowinginThur sd ay wo rkers we re puttinga ta rp acr oss the Jac ks on Co untyFinanceOf ce 's Building to ke ep wa te rout Se e NOTEBOOK ,Pa ge 13A MARIANNA Chamberpr ov ide s primeronBusine ss Disas te r Re co ve ry Ass istanc e 3A Tr unk -o r-t re at ev entsencouraged


5-D AY WE AT HER OU TLOOK RIVERREADINGSChipola(Marianna)Ob se rved:12.09'FloodStage:18' Chipola (A ltha)Ob se rved: 15 .9 2'FloodStage:22' Apalachicola(Woodruff Da m)Ob se rved:4 3. 49 FloodStage:66' Apalachicola(Blount sto wn)Ob se rved: 6. 66'FloodStage: 17' Choct aw hatchee (C aryville)Ob se rved: 5. 07 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 67 /4 7 67 /47 72 /56 72 /56 69 /4 8 69 /48 72 /56 72 /56 71 /50 71 /50 71 /4 9 71 /49 69 /4 9 69 /49 70 /4 8 70 /48 THES UN& THEM OON Sunris e .................. 6:52a.m. Suns et .................. 5:56p .m. Mo on ri se .............. 8:3 4p .m. Mo on se t ................ 9:42a .m ALABAMA GEORGIA MOO NPHA SE S Sunny SA TURD AY !70 48 Mo st lySunny SU ND AY !77 58 Sunny MON DAY !79 51 Sunny TUESD AY !78 54 Mo st lySunny WEDNESD AY !81 62 FLORIDA 2A SA TURD AY OC TO BER 27 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 Sa turda y, Oc t. 27 ,the 300thdayof2018.Thereare65daysleftinthe ye ar. To day's Hi ghlightin Hi stor y: On Oc t. 27 19 78 Eg yptian Pr esidentAnwar Sa dat and Is ra eli Pr im e Mi nister Me nachem Be gin(men-AH'kemBA Y' -gihn) we re named winnersofthe No bel Pe ace Pr izefortheirprogresstoward achievinga Mi ddleEastaccord. On thisdate: In 17 87 ,the rstofthe Fe deralist Pa pers,aseriesof essayscallingfor ra ticationof the Un ited St ates Co nstitution, waspublished. In 17 95 ,the Un ited St ates and Sp ainsignedthe Tr eaty of Sa nLorenzo(alsoknown as "P inckney's Tr eaty"),which pr ov idedforfreenavigationof the Mi ssissippiRiver. In1858 ,the26thpresident ofthe Un ited St ates,Theodore Ro osevelt,wasbornin Ne w Yo rk City. In 19 04 ,the rst ra pid transitsubway,theIR T, was inauguratedin Ne w Yo rk City. In 19 38 Du Po ntannounced anameforitsnewsyntheticyarn: "n ylon." In 19 47 "Y ou Be t Yo urLife ," acomedyquizshowstarringGro ucho Ma rx ,premieredon ABC Ra dio.(Itlaterbecamea televisionshowonNBC.) In 19 54 ,U.S.Air Fo rc e Co l. Be njamin O. Da visJr.was promotedtobrigadiergeneral,the rstblackofcerto achievethat ra nkintheUSAF. Wa lt Di sney's rst television program,titled "D isneyland" afterthe ye t-to-becompleted themepark,premieredonABC. In 19 62 ,duringthe Cu ban Mi ssile Cr isis,aU-2 re connaissanceaircraftwas shotdownwhile ying ov er Cu ba,killingthepilot,U.S.Air Fo rc e Ma j. Ru dolfAndersonJr. In 1992 Pe ttyOfcerAllen Schindler,agayU.S. Na vy sailor,wasbeatentodeathnear Sa sebo Na va l Ba se insouthwestern Ja pan by shipmate Te rry He lvey,who pleadedguiltytomurderandwassentencedtolifeinprison. In 19 98 Hu rricane Mi tch cutthroughthe we stern Ca ri bbean,pummelingcoastal Ho ndurasand Be lize;thestorm causedseveralthousanddeathsin Ce ntralAmericainthedays thatfollo we d. In 2002 Lu iz In acio Lu lada Si lvawaselectedpresidentof Br azilina ru noff,becoming thecountry's rstelectedleftist leader. In 20 04 ,the Bo ston Re d So x wontheir rst Wo rld Se ri es since1918,sweepingthe St Louis Ca rd inalsin Ga me4,3-0. Te n ye arsago :Alaska Se n. Te d St evenswasconvicted in Wa shingtonofseven corruptionchargesforlyingaboutfreehome re no va tions andothergiftsfroma we althy oilcontractor.(Ajudgelaterdismissedthecase,sayingprosecutorshadwithheldevidencethatmighthavebeenfavorableto St evensat trial.) Um pireshaltedplayin Ga me5ofthe Wo rld Se ri es withthe Ph iladelphia Ph illies and Ta mpa Ba y Ra ystiedat2 becauseof ra in. (T hegamewas completedtwodayslater,atwhichtimethe Ph illiesbeatthe Ra ys4-3towinthe Se ri es.) Five ye arsago :The Bo ston Re d So xbeatthe St .Louis Ca rd inals4-2totiethe Wo rld Se ri esattwogamesapiece;the game nishedwithapickoff play,a rstinpostseason histor y. Lou Re ed,71,who ra dicallychallenged ro ck 's foundingpromiseofgoodtimesandpubliccelebrationasleaderofthe Ve lvet Un dergroundandasoloartist andwasafounderofindiero ck,diedin So uthampton, Ne w Yo rk. On e ye arago : Sp ain re d Ca talonia 's re gional go ve rn mentanddissolvedits parliament,aftera Ca talan declarationofindependencethat outedthecountry's constitution. Go lfer Ti ger Wo odspleadedguiltyto re cklessdriving, re solving chargesfromanarrestinwhichhewasfoundpassedoutinhiscarwithprescriptiondrugsandmarijuanainhissystem.TheWhite Ho use saidfederalofcialshadplayedno ro leinselectinga tiny Mo ntanacompanyfrom In terior Se cretary Ry an Zi nke 's hometownfora$300millioncontracttohelp re store Pu erto Rico 's po we rgrid. Fa cebook executivessaidtheywouldve ri fypoliticaladbuyersin federalelections, re quiring themto re ve alcorrectnames andlocations. Thought fo r To day "Hewho se ek s re st ndsboredom. He who se ekswork nds re st." Dy lanThomas (1914-1953) The Asso ciated Pr essRe sidentsofaU.S.territoryin the Pa ci c ra va ged bySu per Typhoon Yu tuarehopefulforhelp fromthefederalgo ve rn ment astheydigoutfromdamageincludingcrumbledconcretehouses,smashedcarsandfallenutilitypoles. Us edto ri dingoutmonster storms,about50,000peopleliv-ingintheU.S. Co mmonwealth ofthe No rt hern Ma ri ana Is lands expecttobewithoutelectricityand ru nningwaterformonths aftergettingslammed by the st ro ngeststormtohittheU.S. this ye ar. Ofcialstouredvillagesin Sa ipanandsawcarscrushed underacollapsedgarage,theground ri ppedcleanof ve getationandpeopleinjured by sprayingglassandotherdebris Asof Fr idaylocaltime,therewas onestorm-relateddeathcon- rm ed. Amilitaryplanewasbringing food,water,tarpsandothersup-plies,U.S. Fe deral Em ergency Ma nagementAgencyspokesman Da vid Ge rv inosaid. Theagencyhadalreadysignicantwaterandfoodinplacebecauseithadstoredmor e than220,000litersofwaterand260,000shelf-stablemealsat a distributioncenteronnearb y Gu amtopreparefor Ty phoon Ma ngkhut,whichstrucklast month. Ma ngkhut'seffectsturnedout tobenotasbadasexpected,sothosesuppliesarestillavailable. Theagencyisfocusedonhelping re storepo we r, openingsea andairportsandensuringcellto we rscanoperateonemergencypo we runtilutilitypo we r re turns, Ge rv inosaid. On echangetheagencyadoptedbecauseof Hu rricane Ma ri a, a Ca tegory5stormthatstruck Pu ertoRicolast ye ar,isithas createdtaskforcestotackledif-ferentareassuchastransporta-tion,communications,foodandwaterandenergyandfuel. Gr egorio Ki lili Ca macho Sablan,theterritory'sdelegateto Co ngress,said re sidentswill needsignicanthelpto re co ve r. Co lleaguesin Co ngresshaveofferedaid. Sa blanexpectsapresidentialdisasterdeclarationtofreeup re sourcesforstorm relief. "Wewantpeopleto re member we areAmericansand we exist," locallawmaker Ed win Pr opst said. Ma ximumsustainedwindsof 180mph we rer ecordedaround theeyeofthestorm,whichpassed ov ertheislandsof Ti nian and Sa ipanearlyThursday,the Na tional We ather Se rv icesaid. A44-year-oldwomantaking shelterinanabandonedbuildingdiedwhenitcollapsedinthestorm,thego ve rn or'sofce Fa cebookpagesaid. Theterritory'sonlyhospital in Sa ipan,themostpopulatedisland,saidit re ceived133 peopleintheemergency ro om Thursday,andthreepatientshadsevereinjuriesthatneede d surger y. Re sidents"werestoicand stillsmilingandthey we re justthankfultobealiv e, "said Pr opst, am emberoftheterritory's Ho useof Re presentatives. Sa blansaidmostofthestructuresinthesouthernpartofSa ipanlosttheir ro ofsandmany includingahighschool, we re "completelydestr oy ed." "Thisdamageisjusthorrendous,it'sgoingtotakemonth s andmonthsforusto re co ve r, hesaid by phone. Ev entheplants we re tornup hesaid:"Therearenoshrubs they'reallgone.Thereareno leaves." On thesmallerislandof Ti nian,whichtookadirecthit,mostofthehouses we re destr oy ed, andevensomeconcreteoneswe rere ducedto ru bble, re siden t Ju anita Me ndiolasaid. "Wehadtohideinsidethe bath ro ombecausethehouse feltlikeitwasgoingtoblo w apart,"shesaid."Itwasliter-allyshakingaconcretehouseshaking."THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS An ove rt urned ca risshownattheairportafterSuper Ty phoon Yu tuhitthe U. S. Co mmon we alth of theNorthernMarianaIslands Fr ida y, Oc t. 26 20 18 inGarapan, Sa ipan. US te rr itory wi ll needhelp to re co ve rfrom ty phoon New Nov.7 Full Nov.23 Oct.31 LastFirst Nov.15


JA CK SO N COU NTYFLORIDAN www .j coridan. com SA TURD AY OC TO BER 27 20 18 3ALIFEINJACKSONCOUNTY & ST ATESpecial to theFloridan (Informationpr ov ided by the Ja ck so n Co unt y Chamber of Co mmer ce)Wa s yo urbusinessimpacted byHu rricane Michael? If so, yo urbusinessmay qualifyforano-inte re st stateand/oralow-interestfederalbusinessdisasterloan. St ateandfederaldisaster declarationshavebeenis-suedfor Ja ckson Co unty Yo urbusinessmaybe eligibleforadisasterloanthroughthe St ateof Fl orida Sm all Bu siness Em ergency Br idgeLoanprogramand/ ortheU.S. Sm all Bu siness Ad ministration 's (SBA) Bu siness Ph ysicaland/or Ec onomic In jury Di saster Loan(EIDL)programs.On -Site Re co ve ry Ass istanceSB A and State De clarations In timesofdisaster,the Fl oridaSBDC Ne twork, inpartnershipwiththeU.S. Sm all Bu siness Administration,establishesBu siness Re co ve ry Ce ntersincommunitiesmostadverselyimpactedforaffectedbusinessesto receiveon-siteassistancewithpreparingdisasterloanapplicationsandoth-erpost-disasterchalleng-es. Ja ckson Co untybusinessesneedingassistancemaygoto: Jo int Di saster Re co ve ry Ce nter(FEMA/SBA) & Bu siness Re co ve ry Ce nter (SBA/SBDC)atthe Un iversity Ex tensionOfce,2741 Pe nn Av e, Ma ri anna. It opened We d, Oc t24.BR C operatingdaysandtimesare Mo ndaythrough Sa turday,from9a.m.until 6 p. m. Stateand Fe deralDisa st er Lo an Pr ograms Fl orida Sm all Bu siness Em ergency Br idgeLoan Pr ogram Fo llowingactivation by the Go ve rn or,the Fl orida Sm all Bu siness Em ergency Br idgeLoan Pr ogramprovidesshort-term,interest-freeloanstobusinessesimpacted by a dis aster. Administered by the Fl orida De partmentof Ec onomic Op portunity(DEO)inpartnershipwiththe Fl orida SBDC Ne tworkand Fl orida Fi rst Ca pital Fi nance Co rporation(FFCFC),the Fl orida Sm all Bu siness Em ergency Br idgeLoan helpsbusinessesbridgethegapbetweenthetimedamageisincurredandwhenabusinesssecuresother nancial re sources includingpaymentofin-suranceclaimsorlonger-term Sm all Bu siness Administrationloans.Lear n lingapplicationsin thisprogramasit re latesto the Hu rricane Mi chaelactivationperiodis De cember7,2018.U. S. SB A Busine ss Ph ys icalDisas te r Lo ans Fo llowingtheactivation ofapresidentialdisas-terdeclaration,impactedbusinessesmayapplyforlow-interestloansthroughtheU.S. Sm all Bu siness Ad ministration 's Bu siness Ph ysical Di sasterLoan Pr ogram. Bu sinessesand mostprivatenon-pro t organizationslocatedin a declareddisasterareathatincurreddamageduring adisastermayapplyfor a low-interestloantohelpre placeor re storedamagedpropertywhenfed-eralassistanceisactivated.Learnmoreat: ling deadlineis De c. 10. U.S.SBA Ec onomic Injury Di sasterLoans(EIDL) Fo llowingtheactivation ofapresidentialdisas-terdeclaration,impactedbusinesses,smallagricul-turalcooperatives,andprivatenonprotorga-nizationsmayapplyforlow-interestloansthroughtheU.S. Sm all Bu siness Ad ministration 's Ec onomic In jury Di sasterLoan (EIDL) Pr ogram. Ifyo uar e inadeclareddisasterarea,havesufferedsubstantia l economicinjury re gardlessofphysicaldamage and yo uareasmallbusiness,smallagriculturalco-operativ e, or privatenonprotorganization s, yo u mayqualifyforanEIDL.EIDLspr ov ideworking capitaltohelpbusinessessurviveuntilnormalop-erations re sumeafter a disaster. Ap plication ling deadlineis Ju ly11,2019. Ta ke theState of Florida Â’s Busine ss Da mage Assess ment Sur ve y Thestate 's Bu siness Da mageAssessment Su rve yhasbeenactivated andbusinessesthathav e beenaffected by Hu rricane Mi chaelarestrongly encouragedtocompletethesur ve y by clickingher e. Bu sinessesshouldchoose "2018 Mi chael"inthe drop-downmenu. Pl ease note,the Bu siness Da mageAssessment Su rv eyis thetoolthestateusestodeterminethedeploymentof re sources. It isNOTan applicationforabusinessdisasterloan.Ad ditionalBusine ss Re co ve ry Re so ur ce s andInformation Fl oridaDisaster.bizprovidesinformationandre sourcesfor re gistered businessesthatareim-pacted by adisaster,includingnewsandwhattodofollowingadisaster Thesitealsohousestheonline Bu siness Da mage Assessment Su rv eywher e business ow nerscanshar e theextentofdamagestheysuffered.The Bu siness Da mageAssessment Su rv eyisthetoolthestate usestodeterminethede-ploymentof re sources. It isnotanapplicationfor a businessdisasterloan. In formationonother loanprogramscanbefoundat ww w. Fl oridaJobs. org| s. Fo rbusinessesthat maynotqualifyforoneofthedisasterloanpro-grams,thereareseveralotherstateloanprogramsthroughDEOand En terprise Fl oridathat yo umay beeligibletoapplyfor includingbutnotlimitedtothe Mi cronanceLoan Gu arantee Pr ogramand the St ateof Sm all Bu siness Cr edit In itiativeLoan Gu aranteeand Pa rt icipation Pr ograms. FloridaDivision of Em erge nc y Management www. Fl Cr eated by the Fl orida Di visionof Em ergency Ma nagement,thestateof Fl orida 's ofcialportalfor businessespr ov idesatoolkitofgeneralandspeci c informationtohelpbusi-nessesprepareand re coveryfromadisaster. Disas te r Un employment Ass istance(DU A) www. Fl oridaJobs.orgorcall 1-800-385-3920 Di saster Un employment Assistancepr ov ides nancialassistancetoindividu-alswhoseemploymentorself-employmenthasbeenlostorinterruptedasadi-re ct re sultofamajordisasterandwhoarenoteligiblefor re gularunemployment insurancebenets. Disas te rDislocated Wo rker Pr ogram https:// Ca re yo ur-local-team The Di saster Di slocated Wo rk er Pr ogramisadministered by DEOand pr ov idesdisaster re lief employmentintheformoftemporaryjobsthatsupportstorm re sponseand re co ve ry efforts. Vi sit yo ur local Ca re erSourcecenter formoredetails. Em plo y Florida http:// Di sasterReco ve ry .Emplo yFl Di sastercleanupand other re latedjobopenings arenowavailablethroughEm ploy Fl oridaforbusinessestopostjobopen-ingsandforindividualsto ndjobopportunitie s. At to rne y General Bo ndiÂ’s Pr iceGougingHotline 1-866-9-NO-SCAM In surance He lpline 1-877-693-5236Fe deral Re so ur ces 1stStep: Fe deral Em erge nc y ManagementAgenc y (FEMA) Thisisthegeneraldisasterassistance we bsitefrom the Fe deral Go ve rn ment. Be foreapplyingforaSBA disasterloan,businessesarestronglyencouragedtore gisterwithFEMA. OtherSB A Lo an Pr ograms Fo rbusinessesthatmay notqualifyforoneofthedisasterloanprograms thereareseveralotherfed-eralloanprogramsthatyo umaybeeligibletoapplyfor,includingbutnotlimitedtothe7(a), Re al Estate& Eq uipment,and Mi croloan Pr ograms. Ta x Re lief fo r Vi ctims of HurricaneMichael(Florida) TheIRSextendeddeadlinesthatapplyto ling re turns,payingtaxes,and performingcertainothertime-sensitiveactsforcer-taintaxpayersaffected by Hu rricane Mi chael. Vi sit the we bsiteforcurrent newsandinformation,taxtips,videos,andother resources. Ass ociation of Pr ocurement Te chnical Ass istanc e Ce nters www.APT AC -US. org Bu sinessescan nddisaster re liefcontracting informationher e. Lo ca lagencies F lorida Co unt y andCit y Go ve rnment We bs it es|www.MyFlorida. com/cities Fi nddisaster re sources andinformationatthecountyandcitylevelsonthese we bsites. Sta y Informed At 850-815-4925The Pr ivate Se ctor Ho tline thestathasactivated a lineforbusinessinqui-ri esaboutthestorm,preparednessinformation,andpost-impactinforma-tion. At 800-342-3557The Fl orida St ateAssistance In formationLine(SAIL) isatoll-freehotline acti va tedatthetimeofan emergencytopr ov idean additional re sourcefor thosein Fl oridato re ceiv e accurateandup-to-dateinformation re gardingan emergencyordisastersit-uationimpactingthe St ate of Fl orida.SAILiscurrently activatedandavailable24hours/7daysa we ek. Vi sitwww.FloridaDisaster.orgThestate 's ofcialsourceofgeneralandspecicinformationforindividualsandbusinessesfromthe Fl orida Di vision of Em ergency Ma nagement. Vi ndthe Fl orida Di vision of Em ergency Ma nagement Bu siness To olkit. Fl orida511 In formationon ro adwayconditionsandclosuresisavailable24hoursaday,7daysa we ekon Fl orida511. Dr iversmaydial511from theirmobilephonestore ceiveupdates.511is a free re source,ho we ve r, cell phoneminutesandtextmessagechargesmayap-ply. Up datesarealsoavailableonthe we batwww. VISIT Fl oridahasactiva tedthe Ex pedia/VISIT Fl orida Ho tel Ac commodation We b Po rt altosupportevacuationorders Airbnb Op en Ho mesis nowactiveinAlabama,Fl oridaand Ge orgiain responseto Hu rricane Michael. www we lcome/e va cuees/hurricanemichael Ha ve que st ions? In timesofdisaste r, small businessesthatsustainphysicaland/oreconomicinjuryareencouragedtocontacttheirlocal Fl orida SBDCforhelpunder-standingstateandfederaldisasterloansavailable completingapplications andansweringany re lated questionstheymayhav e aboutdisasterloansandthe re co ve ry proc ess.The Fl oridaSBDC Ne tworkhas alsoestablishedabusinessdisasterhotlineforques-tionsat(850)898-3479,toll-freeat866-737-7232or Di saster@FloridaSBDC. org. Ch amberpr ov idesprimeronBusinessDisasterRec ov ery As sistance MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN Linda Pe rc y wa scleaningupand co ntemplatingfutureplansatthePC Oa k andBrassbuildingin MariannaThur sd ay Thebusine sses wa re houselocation wa sde va st ated by HurricaneMichael. Special to theFloridanOn Tu esday,the Fl orida De partmentof Ec onomic Op portunity (DEO)announcednewchangestothe Fl orida Sm all Bu siness Em ergency Br idgeLoan Pr ogramallowingmor e smallbusinessesim-pacted by Hu rricane Mi chaeltoqualify. Additionally,somesmallbusinessesmaybeeli-gibleforincreasedloanamountsinspecialcir-cumstances. DEO Ex ecutive Di re ctorCissy Pr octorsaid, "T he Sm all Bu siness Em ergency Br idgeLoan isdesignedtohelpsmallbusinessesinourstategetbackontheirfeetassoonaspossible. We ar e proudtosay$375,000hasalreadybeenpro-videdtomultiplesmallbusinesseswhoare reco ve ri ngafter Hu rricane Mi chaelandthese changeswillallowustohelpevenmorebusi-nessesinourstate ." El igibilitychangesto theprogramnowallo w forsmallbusiness ow nerswithfewerthantwoemplo ye es,locatedin anyof Fl orida 's 35countiesimpacted by Hu rricane Mi chael,toapply forshort-termloansupto$25,000. Sm allbusiness ow nerswithtwoto 100emplo ye escanapplyforshort-termloansupto$50,000,andinspecialcircumstances begrantedloansupto$100,000. DEOadministersthe Fl orida Sm all Bu siness Em ergency Br idgeLoan Pr ograminpartnership withthe Fl oridaSBDC Ne tworktopr ov idecash ow tobusinessesdamaged by adisaster.These loansareinterest-freeforuptoone ye arand helpbridgethegapbe-tweenthetimedamageisincurredandwhen a businesssecuresother nancial re sources,includingpaymentofin-suranceclaimsorlon-ger-term Sm all Bu siness Ad ministrationloans Up to$10millionhas beenallocatedfortheprogram.DEOwillwor k witheveryborr ow erto ensurethat re payment oftheloanisn 't an ov erwhelmingburden. To be eligible,abusinessmusthavebeenestablishedpriorto Oc t.7,2018and demonstrateeconomicinjuryorphysicaldam-ageasa re sultof Hu rricane Mi chael. To completeanapplication by the De c. 7, 2018,deadline,orformoreinformationontheprogram, allbusinessescanget assistanceapplyingforstateandfederalbusi-nessloansat Bu siness Re co ve ry Ce ntersin theimpactedareas. To nda Bu siness Re covery Ce nter,visitwww. Fl Fo r questions re gardingthe Em ergency Br idgeLoan Pr ogram,contactthe Fl orida Sm all Bu siness Deve lopment Ce nter Ne tworkat866-7377232oremail Di saster@ Fl phonelinewillbean-sweredduring re gular businesshours;all vo ice mailsandemailswillbere spondedtowithin24 hours.Moreaboutbusine ss bridgeloans "T he Ja ck son Co un ty Chamberisona mi ss ion to helpyourbusine ss In order to do th at,weneedali tt lebitofhelp fr omyou!Itiscri ti ca l th atyou go to www. oridadisaster.bizandcomple te th e Bu sine ss Damage As se ss ment Su rv ey (h tt ps:// ss DamageA ss es smen ts ). Please ta ke ve mi nu te s to provideyourcon ta ctinformation,operationalstatusand whatyouneed to re open. We will ta ke th is informationandtry to ge tyou th e re sour ce syouneedasquicklyaspossible.Le t' swork to ge th er to move Ja ck son fo rw ard." Tif fa ny Garling Ja ck so n Co unt y Chamber ofCo mmer ce Ex ecutiveDirector StateBriefs Re co rd s: To ddlerdowned inhis fa mily 's home 's po olWEST PA LMBEACH Fl orida re cordsshowa22-montholddr ow nedthismonthinhis family'shome 's pool. Thestate De partmentof Childrenand Fa miliestellsThe Pa lm Be ach Po stinastatement thatthedepartmenthasopenedachilddeathinvestigationandwillcontinuesupportingtheboy'sfamilyastheygriev e. De partment re cordsshowthe boydr ow ned Oc t.5in Pa lm Be ach Co unty.Thedepartmentlistshisdeathasacciden-tal. In ve stigatorsdetermineda sliding-glassdoorandfencearoundthepoolhadn 't been properlyshutwhentheboyandhisfamily we ntinsidetotakea napafteramorningswim.Hundreds of shdiealong Space Co astbeachesMELBOURNEBEACH Hu ndredsof shhavewashed ashorealong Fl orida 's Sp ace Co astbeaches,a we ekafter the rstsignsofatoxicalgae outbreak we rere ported. Thedead sh,mostlymullet, we re foundthis we ekfrom Me lbourne Be achto Sa tellite Be achonthestate 's eastcoast. Fl orida To day re portsthat publicworkcrewsusedlargeequipmenttoscoopupthedead sh inthetownof In dialantic. De spitethe sh kills,water samplesthis we ekalongthe Sp ace Co astsho we dadecrease inthealgaeknownas re dtide.Fr omwire re ports


p Op inion 4A SA TURD AY OC TO BER 27 20 18 Our Vi ew Pu blisher VA LERIA RO BER TS Ho w Sea rsmight have av oided bankruptcyT hemost im pressi ve statementtomakeabout Se ars as it seeksbankruptcycourtprotection is also the mo stdamning: Se arswastheAma zo nof it stime. Im pressivebecause Se ars re allywasthatinfluential longago Da mningbecausethecompany'sdeclinewasn 't preordained. Se arscouldhavemaintainedpre-eminence and,inthedigitalera,elbo we doutAmazonandother re tailers. So mecompaniesdopreser ve andbuildon successthrough re invention.Lookat Mc Donald 's ,to chooseanothergreatChicago-areacompanythathassurvivedchallengesand re mainstheiconicnameinits industr y. Mc Donald 's keptupwithchangingconsumer demands. Se arsinsteadbecameavictimasitscustomersfoundother re tailerswhowouldbetter mee ttheir needs. Early Mo ndaymorning, Ho ffmanEstates-based Se ars filedforbankruptcyprotection.Thecompany'sfutur e nowlikely re stswithoutsiders,includingitscreditors andafederaljudge. Thedominance Se arssquanderedisbreathtakingto consider.Richard Se arsandAlvah Ro ebuckfounded thecompanyin1893a re markable125 ye arsago tosellwatches by mail.As re centlyasthe1960s, Se ars wasknownasthe "c olossus"and "p aragon"ofAmerican re tailing. By 1972,2ofevery3Americansshopped at Se arsinanythree-monthperiod,andmorethan halfofhouseholdshada Se arscreditcard,according to "T he Bi g St or e, "anengaging1987biographyofthe company by DonaldR. Ka tz. Pa ra llelstoAmazonareuncanny:Almost2outof 3U.S.adultspurchasedsomethingviaAmazoninathree-monthperiodin2017,accordingtomarketre searcher Pa ckaged Fa cts.Amazon 's $177billionin re ve nuelast ye arisintheneighborhoodof1percent ofGNP Andliketheannouncementthat Se arswoulderect theworld 's tallestbuildinginChicago,Amazonsoon willmakeadramaticpronouncementin re alestate termsaboutits ow nboundlessnesswhenitchooses a locationforasecondheadquarters. Wo uldn 't itbefittingifAmazonchoseChicago? Thequestionofwhatbefell Se arsisn 't hardtoanswer. It wasinternalattitudeasmuchasexternal forces. Ka tz 's bookexploredthehubrisandinsularity ofabehemoththatcouldn 't imaginebeingusurped, andthusdidn 't anticipatethe ri seofmallcompetitionordiscountersor,eventually,theinternet. "S ears doesn 't havecompetitionsaveourselves ," onecompanyexecutivequotedin "T he Bi g St or e" saidin1975. "S earsisnumberone,two,threeandfour ." Thecompanysurvivedtheturbulenceofthatera, thenslowlylost re levance. Se arscouldhavemorphed intoanother Wa lmartor Ta rg etorAmazonthatis,it couldhavekeptChicagothe Go liathof re tailingcities ye tmissedeveryopportunity.Thelastdecadewas onelongslidedownward. Now itsexistenceisonthe line. Themostimpressivestatementaboutthecompany maynowbeitsepitaph: On ceandlongago, Se arswas amighty re tailer.Chicago Tr ibune COUNTYCo unt y Co mmission D1Wi llieSpir es 850-5 73 -1 000 D2-Clint Pa te 85055 75218 D3Chuck Lo ck ey 85057 30997D4Er icHill, 85055 75118 D5-Jim Pe acock, 8505730998Sc hool Bo ard D1Te rryE.Nichols 850 -2 63-5001 D2To ny Pu mphr ey 850-5 57 -3 402 D3-Stac ey Goodson, 850-526-5061D4-ChrisM.Johnson,850-5 92 -6368 D5-Charlo tt eM.Gardner 850-4 82 -7 204 Superintendent ofSc hools Larr y Moor e, 850482-1200 Co unt y Co urtJudge Wa deMer ce r, 850482-9656 SheriffLo u Ro bert s, 850-482-9624 Clerk of Circuit Co urt Cla y Ro ok s, 850-482-9552 Supervisor of Elections Sy lviaStephens 850-4 82-9652 Ta x Co llector MaryCarolMurdock,850-482-9653Pr oper ty Appraiser Re bec ca Morris-Haid, 850-482-9646ST ATE Go ve rnor Rick Sco tt 850488-7146 At to rne y General Pa mBondi, 85041 4-3300 ChiefFinancialOf cer Jimm y Pa tronisJr., 87 769 35236Co mmissioner of Agriculture Ad amH. Pu tnam,800-43573 52 Florid a Se nate D2-Geor ge Gainer 85048 75002FloridaHouseD5-Brad Dr ak e, 850 -7 18-0047 State At to rne y 14 th JudicialCircuitGlennHe ss 850-482-9 555 Pu blic Def ender14 th JudicialCircuitMarkSims 850482 -9366 NATIONU. S. House D2-Neal Du nn,85078 5-0812 U. S. Se nate BillNelson, 20 2224-52 74 Mar co Ru bio 20 2-224-3041 Pr es ident Do nald J. Tr ump 20 2-4561414 CONT AC T YO URREPRESENT AT IVE I t' sbeennoted a milliontimes that De moc ra tsneedtopickup 23 seat stotakecontrolof th e Ho use of Re presentatives in next month 's midte rm election s. Ne arly all an alysishas focused onho w manyseats Re pu blicans might lose. Lessnoticedisthefactthat the GOP wil l like lypickupasmal l numberofseatsin congr essional districtsthatbuckthepredicte d nationaltrend by ch angingfrom De moc ra tto Re publican.An y GOP pic kupswill probabl ybefew and farbetw een. Bu tif the ra ce fo r Ho use co ntroltightensincoming we eks, theyco uldbecritical. The Re pu blican s' be stchance to pickup a De mocraticseatisinthe sp ra wling, 27, 000-square-mile8th Di st ri ctof Mi nnesota.Thedist ri ct hasbeen re presentedsince201 3 by a De moc ra t, Re p. Rick No lan No lanhashadoneofthemor e unusualca re ersin th e Ho use: He was rst elected in 1974;ser ve d until1980,whenhe ch osenotto ru n fo r re -election; to oka32-y ea r break topursueprivat e bu siness; and th en ra nforand wonhis ol d seatin2012. Now at age74,hehas decided to re tireagain. Ru nningfor th e De moc ra ts in Mi nnesota, the De moc ra tic-Farmer-Laborpartyis No lan 's fo rm er campaign ma nager,aformerstat e house re presentativenamed Ji m Ra din ov ich. Fo r the Re publicans thereis Pe te St auber,amember ofthe St .Louis Co unty Bo ardof Co mmissioners. Po llingin Se ptembersh ow ed th e ra ce ve ry cl ose. Bu ta re cent Ne w Yo rk Ti mespollfound St auber witha15-pointlead, 49 pe rc ent to34pe rc ent,with13 pe rc ent undecided. St auber le dwithmen, withwomen,with vo terswhohad acollegedegreeandwith thos e whodidn 't. The thi rd player in the ra ce,asin so many others,isDonald Tr ump Thedistrict vo ted fo r Ba ra ck Obama tw ice,andthentook a sharpturntoward Tr um p, who won by 16 pointsin2016. Now inthe Ti mespoll,thepresiden t' s jobappr ov al ra tinginthedistrict is54percent. Tr umphasalready jumpedintothe ra ce, travelingto Du luth in Ju ne for a ra llyfor St auberandother Re publican s. St aubergotintopoliticswhenhe ra nfor ci tycouncil inthe Du luth suburbof He rm antown, an dafter servingeight ye ars,wonaseaton the St .Louis Co unty Co mmission. Last ye ar,whenitstill appea re d Rick No lanwould ru n fo r re -election,butafterit wasclear thatthe district hadmo ve d ina Tr umpian direction, St auberdecidedto take the big st epof ru nningfor Co ngress. Thesubstanceofthe campai gn isa cl assicmix oflocal an dnational is sues.When, duri nga re cen t phoneconversation, I asked St auberabout hisplatfo rm ,the rst thinghesaid was, "I supportiron oremining, copper nickel minin g, and En brid ge Line 3 re pla cement. Mi ning isat thehea rt ofthelocal economy,andLine3isan ag ing crudeoil pi peline, rstbuiltin the 1960 s, whoseproposed re placement ha ssetoffa vi gorousdebate ov er it s pr edicted en vi ro nmental impact. "T hosearegood-payingunion jobs ," St aubertoldme. "T hemines aregood-payingunionjobs ." Ne w miningprojects,he sa id,willbe "a neconomicboomforthis ar ea likehavinga Su per Bo wl ever y ye arfor20 ye ars ." Thenationalpartofthemining and pip eline de bat e, ofcours e, is that Re publican vo ters,andasignicant number ofindependents believe Tr umppolicieswill pr ot ect the re gion 's econom icwayoflife "T hepresidenthastheminers andsteelwo rk ers'backs ," St auber said. It 's amessage Tr umphassent personally.Whenhe vi sited Duluthin Ju ne,he announcedthat he would re ve rseproposedObama environmental ru lesc oncerning the Su perior Na tional Fo re stand would "r estoremine ra lexplo ra tio n for ou ramazingpeopleandminersand workersa ndforthepeople of Mi nnesota." St auber alsopledgess trong suppo rt forlawenforcement an d for th e mi litary his wife, Jo di ser ve d20 ye arsintheAir Na tional Gu ardanddeplo ye d to Ir aqin 2009. He alsosuppo rt s Tr umpon immigration. On healthcar e, Iasked St auber if,hadhebeenin the Ho usein re cent ye ars,h ewouldhave vo ted to re pe aland re placeObamaca re. "N otnecessaril y, heans we re d. "I norder to re pe aland re plac e, yo uha ve toha ve so methingbetter ." He pledged toseeks olution s, like pr ot ectionsforpeoplewith pre-existingconditions, on which thereisbipartisanag re ement. Pu titalltogether, an d St auber appearstobeinoneofthose ra re spotswhe reRe publicanscanplay offense ra therthan de fense.The re are a fewother dist ri ctsanother in Mi nnesota,acouplein Ne va da one in Ne w Ha mpshirewith similarsituations. Bu tnonear e quitesope rf ectlysuitedforGO P victo ry as Mi nnesota 8. Pe rh ap s a Re publicanwinwo n' t mat terin thescheme ofth ings. Bu tit 's also possible that,i n a close ra ce,it mightmakeall th ediffe re ncein theworld.By ro n Yo rkischiefpolitical co rr es pondent fo r The Wa shington Ex aminer. Fo r Ho use GO P, mi dtermpic ku p ch ancesare ra re butcrucial Byron Yo rk T her e' sasceneinthe ne w movie "G osnell:The Tr ial ofAmerica 's Bi ggest Se ri al Ki lle r, "thatshouldlaunchcandid conversations arou ndthecountr y. Alexis Mc Gu ire(pla ye d by Sa ra h Ja ne Mo rris),thelead prosecut or in th e case againstthe Ph iladelphiaabortiondoctor Ke rm it Go snell,isdepicted at homewith he r husband, distraught atthe re ality ofthe ho rror she 's had tofacein the in ve stigation. Sh e says: "T hey we re testing thisnew devicetomak eabortion easie r. Thisballofblades.They putitinside the woman and th e blades ro lledopen.They cutthe girls upbad ... Yo uknow wh at happenedto Go snell? No thing. He hid ou tinthe Ba hamasforawhil e. Ca mebackher e. Op enedanother clinic. An dsincethen, he 's bee n killingbabies... Be cause nobod y wantedtosayanything. No body wantedtokno w." Now ,"killingbabies" is aph ra se yo utendtohearonly fromthe mostdedic atedpro-life acti vists Bu t pleaseconsiderit.The Go snell movieshowsusthemonstrous realityof th atclinicandforcesusto considerit.Thelineabout nob ody wantingtokn ow ,it 's true ofa lotof us,onalotof fron ts. Bu t le t' sco nsider despe ra teandpoorwome n whofoundthem-selvesin Go snell 's clinic, wo menwho mayhavewronglythoughttheyhadnootheroption s. In his Yo uTube vide o, Ry an O' Ha ra re ectsonth e possibilitiesoflife after Roe, andpointsout th er e willbe "m oreopportunities,not les s, to lo ve andse rv efamilies kids,momsanddadsinneed.Andthat 's whatI ho pe the pro-life mo ve mentis re adyfo r. We al l should makesur eofit, "p ro -lifers and "p ro -choicers"alik e. On th e day of th e Ka va naug h vo te,I we nttoa Sa turdaymo rn ing Ma ssinlo we r Ma nhattanthat wa s beingprotested. It waspa rt of a monthly Wi tness to Lifegathering thatincluded a prayerful pr oc ession to the Pl anned Pa re nthood clinicafew block s awa y. Se ein g the ra ncor ondisplaywasa ch illingexperience,pa rt icularlywhen I hea rd th e chan t "P ro -lifeisalie They don 't careif wo mendi e. At the ti me, Iwasstandi ngwiththe Si stersofLife, a groupof nun s whoseli ve s ar e de dicatedtolovin g and se rv ingwomennationwide and in Ca nada.These women ha ve literally dev oted th eir li ve sto helpingwomenintheirtimesofgreatestneed,but th epr ot esters eitherdid n' tkn ow that or didn 't ca re. Thefactis, we don 't knowbasic factsaboutoneanother. Ma ybe we don 't want tokno w? It 's easie r tohavea "s ide ." And ye t,do n' t we trulywant toseewomenh elped ? Don 't we re allywant tomakesur e children are abletobeborninto a placeoflo ve ? Don 't we wantmor e joyfor mor e pe ople,as di f cu ltas life alwaysis ? Do n' t we want mo re lo ve ,notless? Go snell 's examplegivesus an opportunityto re ally tak e a look atnotjust th e la wsbutthecultur e aroundabortion.Whatisitaboutitthat ke epsusfrom be inghonest aboutit,andwhat mor ecan we do totruly he lpwomen an dchild re n, befo re birthandthroughout? We 'r e in th istogether. It 's longp asttime tolive li keit.K athrynJean Lo pe z is se nior fe llo w atthe National Re vi ew Institut e, editor -a tlar ge of National Re vi ew On lineand fo undingdirector of Catholic Vo ic es US A.She ca nbe co ntactedat klopez@nationalr ev ie w. co m. Lo ve,Lifeand Pr otest Ka thryn Lopez


Special to theFloridanTA LLAHASSEE The De partmentof Childrenand Fa milies inpartnershipwiththeU.S. De partmentof Agricultur e, hasinitiated thefederal Di saster Su pplemental Nu trition Assistance Pr ogram in 12countiestoassistcommunitiesimpacted by Hu rricane Mi chael. DCFanticipatesserving appr ox imately130,000 familiesthrough th e federalDSNAPprogramasa re sultof Hu rricane Mi chael.DCFse rv ed morethan1.2millionhouseholdsfor Hu rricane Ir madisasterfood assistance las t ye ar. After DCF 's re quest, thefederalgo ve rn ment hasgrantedpermissiontoconductphoneapplicationsforthoseindividualsinall12countieswhomaynotbeabletoattendthein-personevents. Fa milies inthesecounties,andthose who aredisplaced asa re sultofthestorm, arestronglyencouragedtopre-registerandtakeadvantageofthephoneapplicationoption. DCFwillhost D-SNA P eventsinthreephases based onth eorder in which they we re declared eligiblefor In dividual Assistance by the Fe deral Em ergency Ma nagement Agency. To qualifyforD-SNAP applicantsmust hav e livedorworkedinoneofthecountiesdeclaredforFEMA In dividua l Assistanceon Oc tober10 andnotbe re ceivingfood assistance th ro ughthe re gularSNAPprogram. Ad ditionally,eligible individualsandfamiliesmustha ve suffered a disaster-related lo ss,such asdamagetotheirhomes or se lf-employment property,lossoffood,re ductionorlossof income,orhaveincurredotherdisaster-relate d expenses. Ap plicant s mustalsobe nancial ly eligible.DCFwillpr ov ide or mail El ectronic Be ne ts Tr ansfercards to eli gibleindividuals andfamiliestouseatauthorizedUSDAfoodre tailers In dividuals andauthorizedre presentativesar e stronglyencouragedto prere gister onl ine Pr e-registrationisabrief applicationprocess th at adds yo urinformation tothesysteminad va nce of yo urlocalsitevisit D-SNAPpre-registrationwillbeavailableontheD-SNAP we bsiteand openforpeopleinneedoffoodassistanceineligiblecountiespriorto the phoneandon-site ev ents D-SNAPsitesin Gu lf, Ba y, Fr anklin, Ta ylor and Wa kullacounties willopennext we ek. In dividualswholivedor workedinthesecountieson Oc tober10can pre-registerbeginningOc tober26after1:00 p. m. Pr ere gistrationfor othereligiblecountieswillbeavailablepriortotheopeningofthelocalsite. In dividuals families,andauthorizedre presentativesthatprere gistermuststillcallor visitaD-SNAPsitetobeinte rv iewed. In dividuals mayalsoapplyatD-SNAPsitelocationswithoutpre-re gistering. Ap plicantswhooptto visitanon-siteeventtocompletetheapplicationprocessshouldattendintheircountyof re sidence andonlyone pe rson perhouseholdneedstovisittheon-siteevent.Ad ditionalindividuals attendingmay co ntribute tolongerlinesandextendedservicetimes Eachsitewillhav e designatedareas for peoplewithspecialneeds. Cu rrentfoodassistanc e participantsshoul d notpre-register,applyov erthephone,orvisit thelocalD-SNAPsite;additional Oc tober benetswillbeaddedtocurrentclient EB T cardsinthe12impactedcounties.DCForderedanearly re leaseoffood assistancebenetsforthose Fl orida re sidents in the35countie sincluded in Go ve rn orScott 's prelandfallemergencyorderwhowouldhave re ceived normalSNAP be netsin Oc tober.DCFalsowaived re strictionsonpurchasing hotpreparedfoodwithSNAPbenetsthroughOc tober31statewideto assistcustomerswhoevacuatedtoanotherareaorsufferedstormdamagetotheirhome Vi sittheD-SNAP we bsiteformor e informationonpre-re gistration,sitelocations andhoursofoperation. CARPET ,T ILE,PORCELAIN ,R OLLVINYL, TILELAMIN AT E&A REARUGS J.D.OWENSINC. CARPET &C ERAMICOUTLET We ’v eG otIt,AtThePrice Yo uW antIt WA TERPROOF Laminate? OVER400DIFFERENT PAT TERNS ANDCOLORSTO CHOOSEFROM! AREA’SLARGEST SELECTIONOFFLOORCOVERINGS! FROMPOPULARBRANDSTOCUSTOMDESIGNS 25YEARSDECORATINGEXPERIENCETOHELPYOUFIND THERIGHTPRODUCTFORTHERIGHTPLACE AT THERIGHTPRICE! STOPBYTODA YF OR AF REECONSUL TAT ION! STARTING@ $ 2.59/SQ.FT.WITHCUSHION (850) TILE? OV ER2400DIFFERENT SAMPLESONHAND! ANDTHOUSANDSMORE AVA ILABLE! Frombasictohand-madeglasstile,fromtheshowertothepool,fromthepatioto thebacksplash. Ro ll Vi nyl 12’or13.2’ 59 ¢-$129 OVER400ROLLSINSTOCK! JA CK SO N COU NTYFLORIDAN www .j coridan. com SA TURD AY OC TO BER 27 20 18 5ALOCAL&ST ATEThe Asso ciated Pr essPA NAMACITY Mo re thantwo we eksafterthe po we rf uleyewallof Hu rricane Mi chaelpassed ov er Ba y Co unty, Ma rk Wa rd wonderswhenthepo we r willworkagain.Andthesewer.Andthewater. "We'vebeenlivingoutof coolers. We 'vebeengrillingout." He poin tsto a re dcoolerandtwogrillsin frontofhismobilehome He hastoshouttobehear d ov erthebuzzofagenerator. Althoughelectric,water andsewerservice we rerestoredto Pa namaCity re sidentson We dnesday,those like Wa rd wholiveinthe ru ra lpartsof Ba y Co unty stilllackbasicservices. "It'sastruggle. Yo ufeel frustratedbecauseourlocalgo ve rn mentseems tocaremoreaboutthetourismindustrythanthehard-workingpeople,"saysthe49-year-old."Yougooffsomeofthesedir t ro adsthatarestillunpaved,thesehousesar e crushed.Thesepeoplehaveno re sources." Co untyspokeswoman Va lerie Sa lesayssheunderstandswhypeopleinru ra lareasfeelleftbehind. "When yo ulivethat farawayfromamunici-palarea,there'safeel-ingofisolation,"shesaid."There'snoquestionit'sachallengeto re achthose folks. Un dernormalcircumstancesittakes45minutestoanhourtogettosomeofthosenorther n partsofthecounty." Ba y Co untyisknownfor itssugar-sandbeaches Pa namaCity Be ach,which madeitthrough re latively unscathedfromthestorm,isameccaforspringbreakerseach ye ar. Me xico Be ach,anotherstunning communityonthe Gu lfof Me xico,wasalmostobliterated by thestorm. St ark, stunningvisualsofthede-structiontherehavebeenastapleofpost-hurricanenewsco ve ra ge. Bu tthe ru ra lfolksin Ba y Co untysaytheyfeelinvisible. Ab out180,000people liveinthecounty,andac-cordingtothe Ce nsus,14 percentofthemliveinpo ve rt y. "Where'sthehelp?"asks Wa rd. He 'soneofthelucky onesinthe Ba yo u Ge orge neighborhood. He hasinsu ra nce. Hi smobilehome wasmostlyspared. He has agenerator,andhe ri gged ahandpumpforthe we ll. Hi snext-doorneighbors didn'tfareas we ll: Michaelstrippedtheirmo-bilehometoawoodskel-eton.Theyclungtodebris but nally ra nforsafety to Wa rd 'shomeduring theeyeofthestormwithacatandhernewbornkit-tens. "I'vegotsevenpeoplein myhouse ri ghtno w. Three bedrooms,twobaths,"said Wa rd ."They'vebeen withmesincethestorm." Fo rthe rst we ek,he dr ov eacrossthestateline intoAlabamaforgastoru nthegenerator. Ga shas beeneasiertogetlocallyinre centdays,butlinesar e stilllong,hesaid. Be cause oneofthepeoplestayingwithhimhasdiabetes,herinsulinmust re maincold, whichiswhytheyneedtoru nthegeneratorsomuch. Wa rd 'spropertybeside the ro adisatangleofoak trees,twistedmetalanddownedpo we rlines. Wi thout inching,hesteps ov er andunderthewiresasifthey we re ro pe. "Justtuckupunder her e, "hesays,duckingunderathickpo we rline. Sa le,thecountyspokeswoman,saysthe Re d Cro ss has ro vingemergency response ve hicles,anda re stationinnearby Ba yo u Ge orgeisadistribution pointwheregroupshav e beendroppinghouseholditems,foodandtarps. Wa rd saystheneighbors havebeen re lyingmoreon eachother. He ch ecksinfrequently withagroupoftwenty-somethingmenandwom-enwholiveacrossthestreetinamobilehomeonafewacres. "You'regoodon yo ur MRE's?"heaskedthemona re centday."If yo uwant water, yo uknowwher e mypumpis.There'salsoabathingstationther e. Br ingawashrag.There's barsofsoa p." "Yeah,I'llprobablyuse that,butmydad'sgot a ru nningcreekhesaid we couldgouse,"said Ro nald Lauricella,who ow nsthe mobilehomeontheprop-erty. Theiryardisamishmash ofdownedlimbs,piled-upgarbageandtwotents Tw odogsandasmallkitten ro amtheproperty. Lauricellaisstayingin onetentandkeepingfoodinanothe r. Theinsideofhismobile homeisanotherexplosionofchaos.Thefrontdoorandhisbedroomwindo w we re bl ow noutfromthe hurricane'swinds. Wa ter soakedthecarpetsanddrywall. "There'sbugsever ywher e, "hesaid."Itsmells Yo ucansmellthemold gr ow ing." Lauricella,19,hasno propertyinsurance. He 's inbetweenjobs,andhopestomakeittoanin-terviewata re staurantthis we ekifhecanscrapeup enoughmoneyforgas. He guresit'shisonly hopeto re co ve rfromthestorm. "Noone's re allysending helpourway,"Lauricellasaid. THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS PHO TOS De bris sc at te rs amobilehomein Bay Co unty that wa s to ta llyde st ro ye dduringHurricane Michael. Re sid ents of therural pa rt of the co unty sa idthey've se enlittlehelpsincethe st orm. Fo lk sinBay Co un ty wo nder: Wher e’ s th ehelp? Mark Wa rd talksaboutthelack of wa te r, se we r, electricity an d ce ll se rv icein Bay Co unty DCF wi ll initia te SNAP fo od assistanceprogramin 12 co un ti es CHAR T COU RTES TY OFFLORID A DCF


GOP vo te rs edge De ms with2millionFlorida ba llo tsca stTA LLAHASSEE Mo re than2million vo tersin havealready ca st their ballotsinthe ba ttleg ro und stateof Fl orida,andso fa r, Re publicanshave th e edg e. Ne wstatistics re leased Fr iday by thestate Di vision of El ectionsshow th at nearly560,000peoplehav e vo tedearlythis we ek. Ad ditionally,nearly 1. 48million peopleha vevo ted by mail. Ne arly870,000 GO P vo tershavecastballot s compa re dto sl ightlymo re than808,000 De moc ra ts. There are more th an13 million re gistered vo ter sin thestate. Fl orida vo ter sarechoosingwhethertheir ne w go verno rshouldbe Ta llahassee Ma yo rAndrew Gi llu m orfo rm er U.S. Re p. Ro n De Sa nti s. Ou tgoing Go v. RickScottalsoischalleng-ingU.S. Se n. Bi ll Ne ls onin a ra cethatcoulddetermine control oftheU.S. Se nate.Ofcials: Po we r to be re sto re d by ea rly No ve mberTA LLAHASSEE El ectricutility pr ov idersinth e Fl orida Pa nhandlesay they' re hopingtohav e nearlyallpo we r re stored to customerswhosehomesare equippedto re ceiveit by early No ve mber.That 's ro ughly a monthafter th e areawashit byHu rricane Mi chael. Go v. RickScottanno uncedthe goal Tu esday Thisincludestheha rd esthit ar easof Me xico Be ach and to wnsin Ca lhounan d Ja cksoncountieswherethe electrical in frastructure requi re dacomplete re build. A go ve rn or 's ofce new s re leasesays fe we rthan 47,700accounts re main withoutpo we r, down fr om th e mo re than400,000 immediately af ter Hu rri cane Mi chael. Bo thof those totalsinclu de ho mes andbusinessesdestr oy ed ordamagedtoo he avilyto acceptpo we r.Crashkills3men re pa iringpo we rline s downed by hurricaneCHIPLEY A manfaces severalchargesincludin g DUImanslaughterafterthe Fl orida Hi ghway Pa trol says hispickuptruc k fa tall y struckthreeutilityworker s asthey we rere pairinglines damaged byHu rricane Mi chaelin th e Fl orida Pa nhandle. All th re emen Ge or ge Ce cil, 52,o f Co lerain, No rt h Ca ro lina; Ry an Ba rrett,22 of Ro anoke Ra pids, No rt h Ca ro lina; and Ja mes Us se ry ofChipleydiedfromtheirinjuries,according to anews re lease. The We dnesdayevening crashoccurredon St at e Ro ad77near Ch ipley whichis northof Pa nama Cit y. Thepickuptruc kdriven by Jo hn Go edtke, 37,of the Ta mpaarea,washeadingnorth wh enit ve ered ontothe ro ad 's shoulder strikingtheworkers,Sgt.R.C.Livingstonwroteinth e incident re port. Go edtke edthescene but wa strackeddown an d detained by the Wa shington Co unty Sh eriff 's Ofc e. He waslaterarrested by trooper s. Us seryworkedfor We st Fl orida El ectric. Ce ciland Ba rrett we re bothworkin g forLee El ect ri c Co nstruction In c. Go edtke, who re ceived minor in juries in thecrash, ischa rg ed wit h DU Imanslaughter,felony ve hicula r homicide andleavin gthe scene. Ad ditionalcha rg es arepending.Pe nce: Ty ndallAir Fo rc e Ba se willbe re builtinentiretyJACKSONVILLE Vi ce Pr esident Mi ke Pe nceis promising th atanAir Fo rc e base in the Fl orida Pa nhandlethatwas dev astated byHu rricane Mi chaelwil l be re builtinits ent irety. Pe ncespokeThursda y ata ra llyin Ja ck sonville forthe st at e' s Re publica n gubernato ri al can didate Ro n De Sa nti s. Earlierinthe da y, Pe nc e tou re d Ty ndallAir Fo rc e Ba se. Pe ncesaidhewas humbled af terseeing th e massivede va stationfrom the Ca tego ry 4 hu rricane thatmadelandfalltwowe eksago. The ai rbase suf fered catastrophic dam agewith ro ofstorn fromair plane hangarsandcarstossedaround. The ba seishometothe nation 's 32 5th Fi ghter Wi ng. Mo re th an3,600menand womenare st ationed the re.Florida 's population hasgr ow n11per ce nt sincelast Ce nsusORLANDOAnew estimate sh ow s Fl orid a' s population gr ew by almost 11percentinthepasteightye ars. The esti mate re leased this we ek by the Un iversityof Fl orida 's Bu re auof Ec onomicand Bu siness Re sea rc hputs Fl orida 's population at 20.8millio n re sidentsasofthispas t Ap ri l. The es timateshows tha t Fl oridahas gr ow n by 2million re sidentssincethelas t decennial Ce ns usin2010 Thedecennial Ce nsusis used fo rdrawingnewcongressional an d legislativ e districts. The Un iversityof Fl orida re searchbureauarrivesat itsestimateusing utilit y customer s, homestead exemptionsandbuildingpe rm its.TheU.S. Ce nsus usesbirths,deathsan d migrationinits calcul ationandplaces Fl orida 's populationat20.9millio n re sidentsasof Ju ly2017.Fr omwire re ports StateBriefs 6A SA TURD AY OC TO BER 27 20 18 JA CK SO N COU NTYFLORIDAN www .j coridan. comST ATEThe Asso ciated Pr essPA NAMACITY Regina Fe rrell,afourth-grade teacherin Ba y Co unty stoodbeforethelocalschoolboardthis we ek andpleaded: Pl easebe exiblewithteachers returningtoclassroomsafterHu rricane Mi chael. Theboardwantsto reopenthecounty'sschoolstheonesthat we re n't destr oy edon Mo nday withstudents re turning two we ekslater. Bu tteacherslike Fe rrellsaythat couldbedifcultwhentheirlivingsituationsar e sotenuous. "Monday'sawfullyquick whensomanyofusar e suffering,"said Fe rrell, wholivesin Pa namaCity thehardest-hitarea.Aftershespoketotheboard,twopeopleintheaudi-encepressedcashintoherhands. Te ars we lledinher eyes. Thehurricaneseverely damagedhercondo,leav-ingherwithoutwater sewerserviceorelectricity Ex ceptforonenightthat shesleptinatentintheparkinglot,shehasstayedinherwater-damagedunit.Theinsideisstackedwithfoodandotherneces-sitiesinplastictubs,andsomeofherpossessionsarestuffedintoblacktrashbags. Mo ldhasbeguntogr ow insidethecondo.Asour danksmellpermeatestheplace. St ill,sheis re luctant toshutthedoorandgosomewhereelse. "WhatlittleIdohav e, I'mworriedsomebody's goingtostealit,"shesaid,addingthatshespendsnightswitha ashlightand a9mmgunatherside. Re openingschoolsinthe Fl oridadistricthithardest by thehurricane Oc t.10 dependsalotonachievingsomedegreeofnormalcyoutsidetheclassroomforthe28,000studentsandthe1,800teachersandotheremplo ye es. The Ca tegory4stor m slammed Ba y Co untytwo we eksagowithwindsof 155mph. Si ncethen,some teacherswhosehomeswe re destr oy edhavespent nightsintheir ow nclassro omsorsleptintentsand cars.All36ofthedistrict'sschools we re damaged;si x areunusable. "Wehaveadelicatebalancebetweenthehumani-tarianneedsandtheneedtoopenschoolsinordertoshowourcommunitythatnormalwillexistagain,"saiddistrictspokeswom-an Sh aron Mi chalik."W e haveteacherswhohav e losteverythingandtheyarecampingoutintheirclassrooms. We 'llhaveto ndthemsomewhereelse toliv e." Mi chaliksaidsomepossibilitiesunderdiscussionaretentcitiesfordistrictemplo ye esandon-siteday carefortheirchildren. "Wearemeetingeverydaywithcommunityleaderstotrytoidentifyoptions,"shesaid,add-ingthatshehashear d estimatesofsome20,000homesintheareathatneedtobe re placed."The needsaremanyand va ri ed andnever-ending." De nise Hi nson'shome wasoneofthefewinhermobilehomeparkthatdidn'thaveextensiv e damage. Bu tthere'sno electricity,makingithar d tolivethereandevenmor e difculttocreatelessonplansandgradepapers To ppledtreesmakeitimpossibleto re achherhome by car. Si ncethehurricane,she hasbeenlivinginahotelwithhermotherin Oc ala, Fl orida,aboutfourhours away,paying$80anight.Ma nyofthehotelsinthe Pa namaCityarea we re damagedandleftunin-habitable,andthefewthatareleftarefullybooked by displaced re sidents,utility crews, Fe deral Em ergency Ma nagementAgency re pre sentativesandother reco ve ry workers. Hi nsonalsoworries aboutherstudents,manyofwhomliveinpo ve rt yor areinfostercar e. Hi nson,whohastaught for31 ye ars,saidsheisin atoughspot: Sh eneeds themoneythat re turning toschoolwilldeliversinceshehasn't ye t re ceiveddisasterassistance. Bu tifshe doesn'tgobackon Mo nday,shesaid,shewillhav e totakeunpaidleav e. "Idon'thaveahome sohowcanIbeeffectiv e atmyworkwhenIcan'tsho we rorcookfood?"said Hi nson,whoteachesseventh-graderslanguageartsat Ne w Ho ri zo nsLearning Ce nter."MaybeIwillliv e attheschool?Idon'thav e anythingelsetodo." Andthenthereisthe trauma,damageanddis-placementsuffered by studentsandtheirfamilies. Si xteen-year-old Ka ssie Pigman'shomewasOK,andsheis re adyto re tur n toclass,butherschool,Pa namaCity Ma ri na In stitute,washeavilydamaged. "Idon'thaveaschoolto goto,"shesaid."Itsucks." On Fr iday at Pa nama City's Lu cille Mo ore Elementar y, thespotwher e fth-gradersnormallywait inthecarpoollinewascov-eredwithpalletsofbottledwaterthat vo lunteers we re handingout.Theschool'slawnhadbeentornupby aforklift.The ri esof Na tional Gu ardtroops who we re assistingleaned againsttheschool. Di strictofcialsaresurve yingteachersandstaffto determinehowmanywillbe re turningtotheirjobs Mi chaliksaidtheywon't knowhowmanystudentswillbe re turninguntilthe dayclasses re sume. Pa nhandle te ac herssuf fe ringafterMichael ‘HOW CA NIBE EF FECTIVE?’ THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS Re gina Fe rrell,a fo urthgrade tea cherin Pa namaCity st andinginfront of herdamaged co ndobuildingin Pa namaCity Fla. SinceHurricaneMichael sw eptthroughthear ea man y tea cherslike Fe rrellaresleepinginhalf-de st ro ye dhome s, livingin ca rs or st ay ingintheirclassrooms.


The Asso ciated Pr essDAVIEThecandidates for Fl oridago ve rn ordecriedextremepoliticaldi-visivenessonadaywhenpipebombs we re mail ed to De mocraticleader s, but thentheyimmediatelybe-ganintensename-callingduringtheir naldebate We dnesday. Re publicanformerU.S. Re p. Ro n De Sa ntisand De mocratic Ta llahassee Ma yo rAndrew Gi llum agreedthatsomepeoplearebeingpushed ov erthe edge by extremepolitical rh etoric. De Sa ntispointedout thatlast ye arhehadjust lefta Re publicancongressionalbaseballpracticebeforeagunmanstartingshooting at histeammates. "I know rsthandthat when we sta rt goingdown that ro ad,itcanbe ve ry ve ry deadly ," De Sa ntis said. "I tisimportantthat we trytounify ." "W e' ve re allyseenthe collapsingofpoliticaldis-course ," Gi llumsaid. That 's wh enthediscoursebetween De Sa ntis and Gi llumturnednast y. Gi llum,whoisseeking tobecomethestate 's rst bl ackgo ve rn or,mentioned that De Sa ntissaidthe dayaftertheprimarythatFl orida vo tersshouldn 't "m onkeythisup" by supporting Gi llum.And Gi llumaddedthat De Sa ntis wasendorsed by Pr esid ent Donald Tr ump. "M yopponent...has ru n this ra ce ve ry ve ry close tothe Tr umphandbook, where we cal leachother names,where we ru nfalse advertisements ," Gi llumthencalled DeSa ntisaliar,and De Sa ntiscalled Gi llumcorrupt, pointingat Br oadwayticketsto "H amilton"that we re supplied by anunderco ve r FBIagentinvestigatingcorruptionat Ta llahassee City Ha ll. Gi llumadmittedtaking theticket,butsaidhe receiveditfromhisbrotherandhethoughthisbrotherswappedthemforconcer t ticket s. "I shouldhaveasked morequestionstomakesurethateverythingthattranspiredwasabo ve board," Gi llumsaid,befor e quicklytryingtoswitchtopics. "I nthestateof Fl orida, we 'v egotalotof issues. In fa ct, we 'v egot99 issuesand Ha miltonain 't oneofthem." Gi llumsaidheisn 't asubje ctoftheFBIprobe. De Sa ntiswouldn 't letit go,mentioningthe Br oadway ti ckets sev eral tim es. "H ewants yo utobeliev e thathe 's notunderinvestigation,"hesaid. "W hy wouldanunderco ve rFBI agentposingasacontr actor givehima$1,000ticket to H amilton?'" De Sa ntisatonepoint angrily re spondedtomoderator To dd Mc De rm ott 's questionabouthisdeci-siontospeakateventsor-ganized by someonewho hasmade ra ciallyinammatorycomment s. "H ow thehellamIsupposedtoknoweverysin-glestatementsomebodymakes?" De Sa ntissaid, his vo ice ri sing. "I amnot goingtobowdowntothealtarofpoliticalcorrect-ness ." Gi llum re sponded, "M y grandmother use dtosay ahitdogwillholler,anditholleredthroughthisro om." Thecandidatesalsohad starkdifferencesonissues. De Sa ntis re iteratedhe wouldhave ve toedabill signed by Re publican Go v. RickScottthree we eksafter Fe bruary'smassacreat Ma rjory St onemanDouglas Hi ghSchoolthat ra ised theagelimittobuya ri e from18to21andimposedathree-daywaitingperiodon ri e purchase s. He believestheincreased agelimitforbuying ri es willbefoundunconstitu-tional. In steadofaddin g gun re strictions,hesaid, thestateshouldtightenschoolsecurityandblamedthemassacr e, whichleft 17dead, onlo calandfederalofcialswhodidnotstopsuspect Ni kolas Cr uz despitenumerouswarn-ings. "T hewaytokeepour communitiessafeistoworkwithlawenforce-ment,notagainstlawen-forcement,and yo uneed toidentifythoseindividualswhoshouldnothav e accessto re arms ," he said. Gi llumsaidhewould havepushedforastrongerbillthanScottsigned. "I f yo uwantto ow nthe po we rof Go dat yo urwaist belt, yo ushouldhave a backgroundcheck. Ifyo u areadomesticviolenc e abuser,convicted, yo u shouldnothaveagunwhere yo ucouldsnuff outthelivesof yo urlo ve d ones ," Gi llumsaid. Gi llumdefendedhisproposalto ra isecorporate incometaxes. Gi llumsaid itwouldonly ra isetaxes onthetop3percentoftheri chestcorporationsandit isonlyafractionofthe$6.3billionthey re ceivedfrom a taxcut Tr umpsignedinto law. "A ll we 'r esimplysayin g isthattheycankeep$5.3billionbut we deser ve a billionofthattocomeintothisstate"foreducation,hesaid. De Sa ntis re plied, "B usinesseswillleavethestate peoplewilllosejobsand we'l lstoppeoplefrominve stingin Fl orida. It will be ahistoricmistake ." SUBSCRIBETODAY 85 0. 52 6. 3614 www .j cfloridan .c om Callormailustoda y. Fromlocalnewstosportsstats...theJacksonCountyFloridanwillhelpyoustayinthelocalloop. CommunityNews &D evelopments ShoppingCirculars &C oupons LocalEventListings |S choolSports AreaClassifieds &R ealEstate Movies &E ntertainment LocalTVProgramming an dm uch, mu ch more Yo ur Community. Yo ur Newspaper. 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Thebiggerthedifculty,the more we must re achdeepfor our re siliency.Ther e' snodoubt aboutit:nomatter ho w ri chand po we rf ul we mightbe,therewill cometimeswhenthedecisionswe makecouldchangeourli ve s inamajorway. No matterwha t we ashumanbeingsdo,ther e willcomea ti mewhen we must facethebiggest re ality we hav e onEarththefact th atdeath awaits us Thethoughtofdeathcanbe frighteningto so meofus,but formanyofus wh oliveli ve s where we believetherearebetter daysahead, we areabletohav e afeelingof co mfort.That 's why it 's ve ry important who we hav e as friendsan dwho we spen d ourtime as sociatingwith. Ev en whenapersonhasaterminalill-ness,itdoesn 't maketheirdeath anylessof a sadsituation, butt o someofus,the re alconcernis howthatpersonlivedtheirlif e. Ther e' sa re asonsomefunerals areconsidered at ru ecelebration,whileinothercasesnomatterwhatthepreachermigh t say unce rt aintyisintheair becauseofthe lifethe deceased personlived. 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Let 's say yo utraditionally itemizeand yo uclaim$10,000 inhome mo rt gageinterestand $5,000inmedicalexpenses.Andlet 's also pr es umethat yo ugav e $5,000to yo urfavoritecharities.That 's atotalof$20,000in itemizeddeductions.As ofthis ye ar, yo u' re better of ftakingthe standard$24,000deductionandnolonger it emizingatall.And this wouldbetrue whether yo u gave$5,000tocharitiesornot.Sp eakingpurelyfromataxation perspectiv e, we mayseefewer Americansgivingtocharitablecauses,asmoretaxpayerswillsimplytakethestandarddeduc-tion. Ca llitanunintendedconsequenceofthenewtaxlaws Sa y yo u' re ina24%taxbracket,are lin gjointlyand yo ur combinedincomeisbetween$165,000and$315,000.Andlet 's just sa y yo uhada co mbined $15,000initemizeddeductions Yo urtaxable in come will not beaffected by yo urcha ri table contributionsunless yo udonate ov er$9,000. Ad mittedly,taxplanningand preparationcanbe tr ickierfor higher net worthtaxpayersand we suggest that re adersshould always re lyontheirtaxprofessional for personaladvice. So whilethereis so mefearthatthe averageAmericanmaycutbackoncharitablecontribution s, manywillstillgivegenerouslytochurch coffe rsandtoother charitablecauses,evenwithoutthetaxbreak.Ame ri cansar e big-hearted inthis re gard. Bu t manymightbemoreinclinedtogiveif theirtaxableinco mewas alsolo we re d by virtueoftheir charitablecontributions. It makessenseforourlawsto re wardAmericantaxpayersfor theiraltruism.These cha ri table contributionsmakeforbetter safercommunities;they sup por t causesthat re lievesuffering an d promote hig hideals;theyassist churchesand sc hoolsandother organizationswhichenhancethequalityoflifeforallofus Thus,if we cancreatetaxlaws thatdo ve tailwiththegenerous spirit harb ored by manyAmericans, we'l lbedoingourselves a service .Mar gare tR.McD owe ll,ChFC¨ AIF¨ author of the sy ndicatedeconomic co lumn "A rbor Ou tlook, isthe fo under of Arbor We alth Management LL C, (850 .6 08 .6 121ww w. arborw ea,a duciary "f ee-only re gis te re din ve st mentadvisory rmlo ca te d near Des tin,FL.This co lumnshouldnotbe co nsideredper so nalizedin ve st mentadvic e andpr ov idesnoassurancethatan y speci c st ra te gy orin ve st mentwillbesuitableor pro ta ble fo ranin ve sto r. ArborOutlook Creatingtaxlawthat re ectstheAmericanspirit Ma rgaret McDo we ll LO OKING FO RMORENE WS ?VISITWW W. JCFLORIDAN. 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A Fl orida Pu blic Ut ilities re presentativestatedthatappr ox imately ftypercentoftheircustomershave po we r re stored.Theyarestillon trackfor re storationofpo we rtothe majorityoftheircustomers by the rstdayof Nov ember. Wi thcrews workingaroundtheclockto re build thelinesystemand re storepo we r, it isimportantto re membertofollow allsafetyinstructionsforgeneratorsandhomeappliances. Fo llowingappr ov al by Fl orida Go ve rn orRickScottof Op eration Bl ue Ro of,aRightof En trycollectioncenterwasestablishedat Tr actor Su pplyin Ma ri anna. Op eration Bl ue Ro ofisaprioritymissionmanaged by the U.S.Army Co rpsof Engineersforthe Fe deral Em ergency Ma nagementAgency.Thepurpose of Op eration Bl ue Ro ofistopr ov ide homeownersindisasterareaswith ber-reinforcedsheetingtoco ve r theirdamaged ro ofsuntilarrangementscanbemadeforpermanentre pairs. Fo rmoreinformation,call 1-888-ROOF-BLU(7663-258)orstop by the RO Ecollectioncenterat Tr actor Su pply. De bris re mo va lbeganthroughout thecounty Tu esday. Cr ewswillbe workingsimultaneouslyto re mo ve debrisfromthe ri ghtofway. De bris shouldbeseparatedsothatstormdebrissuchastreesandother ve getationisseparatefromconstructiondebris.Therewillbeseveralpassestopickupthedebris,withina re asonabletimeframe. If allof yo ur stormdebrisisnotpickeduponthe rstpass,therewillbeadditional pick-ups. As sistance co nt in ues fo r co un ty re sidents MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN Piles ofst ormdebrisline ro adw ay s acr oss Jac ks on Co unty.


The Asso ciated Pr essTA LLAHASSEE Fl orida De mocraticgubernatorial candidateAndrew Gi llum hasassertedhepaidhiswayontripsto Co staRica and Ne w Yo rk Citythat arenowthefocusofanongoingethicsinvestiga-tion,butnewly re leased documentsappeartocontradictthe Ta llahassee mayor. Te xtmessages,video picturesandotherdocu-mentssurroundingthetrip we re turned ov er Tu esdaytothestate 's ethic s commissionthatisprob-ingthetripsduetoacom-plaint led by alocalbusinessmanandpersistentcriticof Gi llum. In oneexchange, Gi llum istoldthatheisgetting a tickettothehigh-proleBr oadwayshow "H amilton"courtesyof "M ike Mi llerandthecrew ." Mi ller wasthealiasofanFBIun-derco ve ragentwhomet Gi llumthroughalobb yistandone-timefriendofthe ri sing De mocraticstar politician. Gi llum re plies backthatgettingtheticketis "a we somenews ." Thedocuments we re turned ov ertothe Fl orida Co mmissionon Et hics by Christopher Ki se,a we llknown Ta llahasseeattorney re presentinglobbyist Ad am Co re y. Ki sewasonce Fl orida 's soli citorgeneral andser ve donthetransitionteamof Re publican Go v. RickScottwhenhe wonin2010. Gi llumhassteadfastly deniedanywrongdoingintheethicsprobe,whichisseparatebut re latedto anongoingFBIinvestigationintocitygo ve rn ment. Un der Fl oridalaw,local ofcialscannotacceptgiftsworthmorethan$100fromalobbyistoracom-panythathiresalobbyist. "I don 't take freetrips fromanybody,I'mahard-workingperson," Gi llum saidon Su ndayduring a testydebatewith Re publican Ro n De Sa ntisafterthe formercongressmankeptaskinghimwhopaidforthe "H amilton"tickets. Gi llumissuedastatementcontendingth e records "v indicateandadd moreevidence"thathepaidhiswayorwaswithfamilymemberswhopaidforexpenses.The Gi llum campaignbackin Se ptember,which re leased re ceipts re latedtothe trips,insistedthat Gi llum re ceivedthe Br oadway ticketbecausehisbrotherswappedaconcertticketforit. Ki sehascalledthat "n onsense .'" In a Fa cebookvideo postedlate Tu esday, Gi llumsaidthatwhilethe tickets we rere ser ve d by friendsof Co re yandhe assumedthatthey we re paid by Ma rc us Gi llum,his brother. "S ofarasIkno w, tha t wasthedeal,"Andrew Gi llumsaid. Gi llum,whocouldbecome Fl orida 's rstAfrican-Americango ve rn or alsoaddedthatcriticismfromhisopponentsthatheisunethicalordoingsomethingillegal "r einforce,frankly,stereotypesaboutblackmen." Thetripsto Co staRica and Ne w Yo rk Ci tycameto lightaftertheFBIinvesti-gationbrokeintotheopenin Ju ne2017.That 's when a federalgrandjurysubpoe-naed veye arsof re cords from Ta llahasseeandalocal re developmentagency. In Fe bruar y, afederal searchwarrantwasacci-dentallymadepublicon a court we bsiteanddetailed thattheFBIlauncheditscorruptioninvestigationin2015andthatagentsposedasout-of-town re al-estatedevelopersand medicalmarijuanaentre-preneursinordertogainaccessto va ri ouscityof cials.Thewarrantstated thatagents we re focusing onCity Co mmissioner Scott Ma ddox,aformer headofthe Fl orida De mocratic Pa rt y, andhisformer chiefofstaff. Ma ddoxhas deniedanywrongdoing. TheFBIearlierthis ye ar alsoaskedformore records,dealingprimarilywithanupscale re staurant thatislocatedinacity-ow nedbuilding.The Ed ison re ceived$2millionin nancialassistancefrom thecityandthelocalcom-munity re development agency. On eofthe ow nersofthe re staurantwas Co re y, who onceser ve das Gi llum 's campaigntreasurerandhasknownhimsincecol-lege. Gi llum va cationed ataluxury re sortin Co sta Ricain Ma y2016with Core y, as we llasanotherinve storinthe Ed ison. Du ringthattrip, Co re ysetup ameetingbetween Gi llum andpeoplewhoendedupbeingFBIunderco ve r agents. The re cordsturned ov er by Co re yshowthat Gi llum paidforairfareto Co sta Ricawithhiscreditcard.Bu taninvoiceprepared by Co re y'sofceforthe Co sta Ricavillathatever yo ne stayedathas Gi llum 's and hiswife 's names crossed out,withthewords "H old onbilling"listednexttotheamount. Ki sehassaid that Co re ywasnevergiven anymoneyforthetrip by Gi llum. The re cordsalsoinclude informationonothertrips involving Co re yand Gi llumandincludetextsbe-tween "M ike Mi ller"and Co re yaboutsettingup meetingswith Gi llum. Thestateethicscommissionisnotexpectedtowrapupitsinvestigationuntilafterthe Nov .6election. In astate ment, Ki se saidthathisclientchoseto re leasethe re cordssince theywouldeventuallybecomepubliconcetheinvestigationis ov er.The statementdoesnotanswerlingeringquestionsastowhy Co re ywasworkingin tandemwithFBIunder-co ve ragents. "M r. Co re yhasbeen unfairlyandinaccurately portrayedinthemediaasbeingengagedinimprop-erorcriminalactions ," Ki sesaid. Whenaskedabout Core yduringthedebate, Gi llumsaidthat "w eallhav e friendsthatsometimesletusdown." Re publicans,whohav e already ru nadsassailing Gi llum ov ertheongoing investigations,seizedonthelatestdisclosures. "I t' snowabundantly clearthatAndrew Gi llum has re peatedlyliedabout takingfreegiftsandtripsfromlobbyists ," said St ephenLawson,aspokes-manforthe De Sa ntis campaign. *$0Down ,0%A .P.R.nancing fo rupto4 8m onth sonp urchasesofselectnewKubota RTVXS eries equipmentfromparticipatingdealers'in-stockinventor yisa vailabletoqualied purchasersthroughKubotaCreditCorporation,U.S.A.;subjecttocreditapproval.Someexceptions ap pl y. 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The Asso ciated Pr essPe opleseekingdubious potentiallyharmfultreat-mentforcancerandotherailments ra isednearly $7million ov ertwo ye ars fromcr ow dfundingsites, a studyfound. Ec hoing re cent re search oncampaignsforstemcelltherapies,the ndings ra isemorequestions aboutanincreasinglypopularwaytohelppayforcostly,andsometimesunpr ov en,medicalcar e. So licitingmoneyon GoFu ndMeandothersites eliminatesdoctors,hospi-tals,insurancecompaniesandother "g atekeepers thatcanbeabarriertoexpensivetreatment,saidleadauthor Dr Fo rd Vo x, anethicistandbraininjur y expertat Sh epherd Ce nter re habilitationhospitalin At lanta. He callsit "t hedemocratizationofeconom-icpo we rthroughsocial media"butsaysitcanposeanethicaldilemma. On linefundraising"has abigbrightside"whenithelpspatientspayforlegitimatecar e, hesaid. "C ommunitiesare re ally beingableto ra llyaround peoplein ro ughtimes That 's fantastic,butther e isthis ve ry cleardarkside whentreatmentssoughtareworthlessorevendan-gerous. Hi sstudywaspublished Tu esdayinthe Jo urnalof theAmerican Me dicalAssociation. Go Fu ndMesayscampaignsformedicalcarear e increasingandareamongthemostnumerousonitssite.Theyincludesolici-tationsforconventionaltreatmentandforunpr ovenalternativetherapies. "W ealwaysencourage peopletofully re search whateveritistheyare ra isingmoneyforandtobeabsolutelytransparentontheir Go Fu ndMepage,so donorscanmakeanin-formeddecisiononwhatthey' re donatingto ," GoFu ndMesaidinanemailed statement. The re searchersexaminedcampaignspostedfrom Nov ember2015 throughmid-December2017,mostlyon Go Fu ndMe .Theyfocusedon ve treatmentssoughtinabout1,000campaigns: homeopathyornaturopa-thyforcancer;hyperbaricox ygenforbraininjuries; stemcellsforbrainorspi-nalcordinjuries;andlong-termantibioticsforpersis-tent Ly medisease. Whilesomepatients swearthey' ve be neted fromsomeofthetreat-ments,thereisno ri gorous scienticevidencethatanyofthemworkfortheconditionsinvolved,there searcherssaid. Themostnumerous we re solicitationsforhomeopathyornaturopathyforcancer474 re quests seekingmorethan$12million. Ab outone-quarterofthatwas ra ised. Ho meopathicproducts typicallycontainheavilydiluteddrugs,vitaminsormineralssaidtopromotehealing,althoughsomehavebeenfoundtocon-taintoxicamounts. Na turo pathy,anotheralternativemedicinepractice sometimesuseshomeo-pathicproducts,herbsanddietarysupplementsorbodycleanses. Mi chelle Dr apeauhas ra isedabout$7,000on Go Fu ndMeforhomeopathyandotheralternativ e re mediessincebeingdiagnosedwithadvancedstomachcancerin Fe bruary2017.The45-year-oldinvestmentbankerfromWe st Pa lm Be ach, Fl orida, creditsthemwithkeepingheralivesinceshestoppedchemotherapy ov era ye ar ago. "I wantedtomakesure I exploredeveryandallop-tions ," Dra peausaid. "I t' s vitalforever yo netohav e thatoppo rt unity ." Dr .LeonardLichtenfeld, theAmerican Ca ncer So ciety'sdeputychiefmedical ofcer,saidit 's important toconsiderwhatmaydriv e somepatientstoturntounpr ov en re medies.U.S. healthcarecostsareexor-bitantandmanypatientsru noutofmoneytryingto paythem. Anddespiteconsiderableprogressagainstcan-cerandotherillnesses conventionaltreatmentcan 't cu re ev erypatient,he noted. "W eshouldnotbejudgmentalandcomeoutandsaythisisterrible ," Lichtenfeldsaid. "N oonewantstohear Y ouhavecancer ,' andespeciallynoonewantstohearthatther e' snotreatmentavailablethatcanhelp yo u,"hesaid. "Y ou begintounderstandwhypeoplemayturntoun-pr ov entreatmentsand yo ucanunderstandwhy others re achouttotryto supportthem." "W hat we needtodoisto betterinform,evenbettercareforourpatientsandtheirfamilies,sotheydon 't feelthisiswhattheyneedtodo ." Plentymor eg re atdealson thelottochoosefrom! Oursalesteamishere tohelpyou! 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TheAmerica 's Wa ter Infrastructure Ac tof2018 authorizesmorethan$6billioninspending ov er10 ye arsforprojectsnationwide,includingthe$1.3billion Ev ergladesAgriculturalArea re ser vo ir.The lawalsoboostsprojectsto re store Gu lf Co ast we tlandsdamaged by Hu rricane Ha rv eyandimpr ov e harborsin Se attle, Sa va nnah, Ge orgia,and Sa n Ju an, Pu ertoRico. Thelawalsosetsup a newframeworkintendedtoincreaselocalinputonlargewaterprojects ru n by theU.S.Army Co rpsof Engineers. Co ngressappr ov edthe billwithjustonedissent-ing vo te, by Se n. Mi keLee RUt ah.Leesaidthemeasurespendsfederaldollarsonaseriesoflocalprojectsthatshouldbefundedandmaintained by sta teand localgo ve rn ments. Se n. Jo hn Ba rrasso, RWy o. ,chairmanofthe Se nate En vironmentand Pu blic Wo rk s Co mmittee saidthenewlawhelpstheeconomy,cuts re dtape andimpr ov esagingdrinkingwatersystemsincom-munitiessuchas Fl int, Mi ch. Ju stasimportant,the lawdemonstratesthatlawmakersfrombothpar-tiesandall re gionscanjoin togetherforprojectstoim-pr ov einfrastructur e, Ba rra ssosaid. "I tdoesn 't getalotof pressconictiswhatgetsco ve re dbutthisis a good,solid,majorpieceofinfrastructurelegislation, hesaidinaninterview.Thenextstepisaninfrastruc-turebilltoimpr ov e ro ads andbridges, Ba rrassosaid, acknowledgingthatsuch a billwasunlikelybeforethenextsessionof Co ngress. Tr umpsaidduring a White Ho useceremony thathepledgedto xthe nation 's crumblinginfrastructureduringthecam-paignand "t oday we 'r e takinganothermajorsteptowardthatgoal." "A fter ye arsof re building othernations, we ar e nally re buildingournation, Tr umpsaid. Fl orida Se n. Bi ll Ne lson, a De mocratwhoislocked inaclose re -election ght with Re publican Go v. Ri ck Scott,hailedthewaterbill.Ne lsonpraised Re publican Se n. Ma rc o Ru biofor workingwithhimtoadva ncethe Ev ergladesproject. "T his re ser vo irisparticularlyimportant ri ghtno w tohelpmitigatethetoxicalgaecrisisthat 's sweeping thestate,butit 's alsocriticalforourbroader Ev erglades re storationeffort, Ne lsonsaid. Ru biosaidon Tw itterhe wasglad Tr umpsignedthe legislation,whichalsowaspushed by Fl orida Re publican Re p. Br ian Ma st. "T hisisanimportant steptowardsolving Fl orida 's waterchallenges ," Rubiosaid. Er ic Ei kenberg,CEOof thenonprot Ev erglades Fo undation,saidappr ov al ofthe re ser vo irprojectis almosttwodecadeslate He urgedthe Army Co rps of En gineerstobuildthe projectinfour ye arsnot 10or15 ye ars,assome havespeculated. "F lorida 's estua ri es coastlinesandAmerica 's Ev ergladesareimperiled, andthepeopleof Fl orida cannotaffordtowait, Ei kenbergsaid. 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10A WEDNESD AY APRIL18 20 18 StateCrimeBriefs Te enchar ge dwith thr ea te ning fo otba ll pla ye rs with gunWEST PA LMBEACH Authoritiessaya Fl oridateen threatenedfootballplayersathisformerhighschoolwith a gun. The Pa lm Be ach Po st re ports that19-year-old Xa vier Ma rt in wasarrestedThursdayandchargedwithagg ra va tedassault andpossessinga we aponon schoolproperty. Au thoritiessaymembersof the Pa lm Be achLakes Co mmunity Hi ghSchoolfootballteam we re prayingoutsidethe school Mo nday,someofthem intheschool 's driveway.School policesay Ma rt inbeganhonkingandswearingbecausehecouldn 't passinhiscar.The playerstold Ma rt intowaituntil they we re donepraying. Po lice say Ma rt inexitedhiscarand sho we dtheplayersaguntucked intohisjeans. Theplayers ra naway,and Ma rt indr ov eoff. Po licecaught upwithhim. He 's beingheldon $300,000bail.Florida wo man cha rg ed withusingdeadman ’s ba nk ca rdJACKSONVILLE, Authoritiessaythey' ve arresteda Fl oridawomanwhousedahomicidevictim 's stolenbankcard severaltimesafterhisdeath. The Fl orida Ti mes-Union re portsthat51-year-oldLisa De on Wi lliamswasarrestedlast we ekandchargedwithfraudulentuseofacreditcardandforger y. Ja cksonvillepolicehaven 't saidwhether Wi lliamsissuspectedinthedeathof69-year-old Ga ry Lee Tr ipp Sr He was founddeadfromagunshotwoundtothebackoftheheadin Ap ri lafteraneighbornoticed hisdooropenandcalledthepolice. In ve stigators re viewed Tr ipp 's banking re cordsandfound newpurchasesforcigarettes,aceilingfanandgardenlights.Se curityvideofromthebusinessessho we dawomanpolice identiedas Wi lliams. Wi lliamswasbeingheldon $300,000bail. Ja il re cordsdidn 't listanattorney.Fr omwire re ports Crime 12A SA TURD AY OC TO BER 27 20 18 Ex -deput y sa ys he fe els ‘v er y ba d’about killingunarmedmanTULSA, Ok la.Awhite former Ok lahoma vo lunteerdeputywho fata lly shotanunarmedblackman sa yshe 's sorryforthe man 's family,butthatthe shooting al sodisruptedhis ow nlife. "I feel ve ry badabout it," Ro bert Ba testold KTUL-T V inhis rstpublic commentssincethe2015shooting th at kil led Er ic Ha rris. "I thasbeena ve ry disruptivethingin mylife Ifeelsorryforhisson, his ex -wifeandfamily. It bothersme ," Ba tessaid. Ba tes,77,shotand ki lled Ha rriswhile Ha rris was al re adyontheground being re strained by other deputiesduringan ille gal gunsalesting. He said hemistakenlypulledhishandguninsteadofhisstungun. Ba teswas co nvicted ofsecond-deg re emanslaughterandsentencedtofour ye arsinprison,buthe ser ve dless tha nhalfthat beforebeing paroled. He wasseenearlierthis ye ar allegedlydrinkingalcohol,whichwould ha ve violatedhispa ro le. Bu tastate De partmentof Co rrections spokesman, Ma tt El liott, saidaninvestigationfoundnoevidencethat Ba teshad beendrinking. Ba tes,whonowlives in Fl orida,saidhewas surprisedthathewassen t toprison. "W hatkindofpurpose diditdotoputmeinprison?Imeanit 's thelaw but, yo ukno w, Iwas ra ther surprised...thatIende d upinprison," Ba tessaid. "I thinkIse rv edmorethan enoughtime ."Fe dsoppo se prison po st ponement fo r PilotFlyingJ ex -pr esCHA TT ANOOGA, Te nn. Fe deralprosecutorssa y the for merpresidentof the lar gestU.S.fuel re tailer shouldcelebrateChrist-masinprison. TheKnoxville Ne ws Se ntinel re portsAssistantU.S. At torney Tr ey Ha milton re spondedthis we ekto Ma rk Ha ze lwood 's re quest to delay re porting toprison forhi s ro le in a schemetodefraudtruck-ingcompanies. Wi th Ha ze lwood 's surre nderpostponeduntilafterThanksgiving,hislaw-ye rsnowargueheshould begrantedChristmasandNe w Ye ar 's Da y, too.They cite hi s "d evout"Ch ri stian faith.Theprosecutorsay s prisonersget "e quitable opportunitiestopursuere ligiousbeliefs ." Ha ze lwood 's lawyersalso notethattwootherfo rm er Pilot Fl yingJempl oy ees haveuntil Ja n.7tosurre nder,but Ha miltonsays Ha ze lwood 's 12!-yea r sentenceand nancial re sourcesmakehimmor e ofa ight ri sk.Thumbprinton to ilet leads to life te rmin Virg iniaslayingNORFOLK A thumbprintleftonatoilet seata t amurderscenehas na lly ledtoalifesentencein a decades-oldmurdercase. The Vi rg inian-Pilot reports Da niel Jo hnstonwas convicted by aju ry Thursdayof rst -degreemurder inthe 198 1slayingof 20-year-oldDonna Wa lker Pr osecutorssay Jo hnston stabbed Wa lkernearly50 timesather No rf olkhom e andleftathumbprintonhertoiletseat. Pr osecutor Ph il Ev an s emphasizedthe thu mbprint 's importance. He says Jo hnsonalsoquithis funeralhomejobandlefttownjustbefore Wa lker 's bodywasfound. Co rrections re cordssay Jo hnstonspentthelast32 ye arsin a Ne w Yo rk prison formurder,sexabuseandassault. He wasindictedin Wa lker 's deathin2016.Manaccused of kidnapping ra ping co lle ge st udentAT HENS A convicted sexoffenderis accused offor cinga Un iversityof Ge orgiastudent in tohis car and ra pingher. Ne wsoutlets re por t 57-year-old Ja mes Wi llia m Da nielshasbeenar re sted andcharged with ra peand falseimprisonment. At hens-Clarke Co untypolic e and the Ge orgia Bu re au of In ve stigationsaysthe studentwas seenfor ced into a carearly We dnesday Po licesaya by standerjotteddo wnthelicen seplate number,whichledpoliceto Da niels. Po licesay Da niels ra ped and re leasedthestudent who re turnedtocampus re portedherassaultand identi edhiminalineup. GBIAgent Mi ke Ay ers says Da nielstriedtolur e otherwomeninto hi s carbefor e. The Ge orgia De partmentof Co rrections says Da nielshasser ve d threeprison se ntencesfor sexualassaultandchildpornographycharges.Ex -O rt hodo x prie st accused of ste aling fromelderly wo manCHICAGO AChica go manhasbeenchargedwith stea lingthousandsof dollarsfroma Na ziprison camp survi vo rwhenthe manwasa Uk ra inianOrthodoxpriest. Ni cholasChervy atiu k ischa rg edwiththeftand nancialexploitationof anelderly per son wi th a disabilityonallegationshedrained$330,000 from thesavin gsof96ye ar-old Ne lly Br idgeman. Sh ewas amemberofChervyatiuk 's Ho ly Pa tronageChurch. Chervyatiukassumed po we rofattorney ov er Br idgeman 's affairsin 2015,whenshewas di agnosedwithdementia. In a 20 16 probate cour t case,the Co ok Co unty publicguardianallegedChervyatiukwasusingBr idgeman 's moneyto supporttwo re staurants he ra nwithaconvicteddrug dealer.Cher vyatiu ksaid heconside re dthemoney tobepaymentforcarehepr ov ided to Br idgeman.Fr omwire re ports NationCrimeBriefs MandetainedinFloridaonmail-bombchar ges The Asso ciated Pr essWA SHINGTONThe Fl orida manchargedwithsendingmorethanado ze npackagebombsto De mocraticpolitical guresisdescribedasatroubledlonerwhosho we dlittleinterestinpolitics beforethe ri seof Pr esidentDonald Tr ump. Ce sar Sa yo c,56,of Av entura,has beenanamateurbodybuilderandmalestripper. He hasahistoryof nancialproblemsandextensive re cordofpastarrests,includinga stintser ve donprobationformakingabombthreat. He wasbornin Ne w Yo rk Cityand attendedcollegein No rt h Ca ro lina beforemovingtothe Mi amisuburbsinthelate1980s. Fl orida vo ter re cordsshowhe rst re gisteredin Ma rc h2016asa Republicanandcastaballotinthat Nov ember 's heatedpresidential election. Sa yo c' ssocialmediaaccountsarepepperedwithmemessupporting Tr ump,denigrating De mocrats,andpromotingconspiracytheoriesabout Ge orge Soro s, thebillionairepoliticaldonor whowasthe rsttargetedthis we ek by apackagebomb. At theautopartsstorein Pl antation, Fl orida,where Sa yo cwastakenswarmed by ofcersandarrested on Fr iday,authoritiesto we daway awhite va nco ve re dwithstickers supporting Tr umpandcriticizing mediaoutletsthatincludedCNN,thenewschannelalsotargeted by a mailbombthis we ek. "I knowtheguyisalunatic,"said LennyAltieri, Sa yo c' scousin,told TheAssociated Pr esson Fr iday. "H e hasbeenaloner ." He con rm ed that Sa yo chadbeenastripper. Co urt re cordsin Fl oridashow that Sa yo cwasarrestedin2002and ser ve da ye arofprobationforafelonychargeofthreateningtothr ow or placeabomb. Co urt re cordsavailableonlinedidnotimmediatelypr ov idefurtherdetailsaboutthe case,buthislawyerinthecasetoldTheAssociated Pr essthecaseinvo lvedaheatedconversationwitha Fl oridautility re presentativ e. Ro naldLowy,a Mi amiattorney, said Sa yo cbecamefrustratedabout alackofserviceandtolda Fl orida Pow erandLightemplo ye e "s omethingtotheeffectthat yo u' re not ta kingcareofmyproblemandI bet yo uwouldifIthrewabombat yo u."Lowysaid Sa yo csho we dno abilityatthetimetobackuphisthreatwithanybomb-makingex-pertise. Thelawyer we ntontodescribe Sa yo cas "a conf usedmanwhohad troublecontrollinghisemotions ." In ve stig at orshope fo rbr ea kinmissinggirlcase The Asso cia te d Pr essMINNEAPOLISThe searchfora13-year-oldWi sconsingirlwhoseparents we re killedenters its12thday Fr idayand investigatorsstillhaven 't saidiftheyhavecluesastowhatwasbehindtheat-tackandsuspectedabduc-tion.Theyhavefollo we d uponmorethan1,700tipsandtheFBIhasoffered a $25,000 re wardforinformationthatleadsto Ja yme Closs. Bu tchildabduction caseexpertssaytheneedto ndhergr ow smoreurgentwitheachpassingdayandthatit 's importantthe publicstayengaged,nomatterhowlongittakesto ndher. He re aresome details:Whathappenedto Jayme? Sh e' sbeenmissingsince earlyon Oc t.15,when sheriff 's deput ies re spondingtoa911callfoundthedoortoherfamily'shomenear Ba rronkickedinand herparents, Ja mesand De niseClos s, shotdeadinside. In ve stigatorsbeliev e Ja ymewasabductedand ru ledheroutasasuspect inherparents'killings.Whatareauthoritie s doing? Ba rron Co unty Sh eriff Chris Fi tzgeraldsaidmor e than200lawenforcementofcersareonthegrounddailyandautho ri tieshav e clearedmorethan1,40 0 leadsandcontinuetopur-sueothers. So metipsledofcialsto re cruit2,000 vo lunteersfor amassivegroundsearch whichhas ye ttoturnup anythingof va lue. Au thoritiesarealsoseekinginfor-mationontwocars a re dororangeDodgeChallengerandablack Fo rd Ed georblack Ac uraMDX thatmayhavebeennearthefamily'shomeonthenightoftheattack.Andtheyareaskinganyonewhowason Hi ghway 8 earlyon Oc t.15tocallthe tiplinetoseeiftheycan offeranyinformation. Fi tzgeraldsaid We dnesdaythatanewevidenceteam we ntthroughthe housetomakesurenoth-inghadbeen ov erlooked andthatit re mo ve dsome itemsthat we re bei ng processed. Au thoritiesare alsostill re viewingthe911 callinwhichnoonespoketodispatchers.Thecallwasmadefrom De nise Closs'cellphone. RickThornton,aformerheadoftheFBIinMi nneapoliswhoisnot connectedtothecase,saidauthoritiesarealsolikelyinterviewingwit-nessesandassociates,examiningsocialmediaaccounts,computersandotherdevices,andanalyz-ingcellphonetrafcfromthearea. He saidth e re al challengeforinvestiga-torsisprioritizingwhatleadsmightbemostlike-lytobearfruit.Anotherchallengeismanagingitallandmakingsurethatsomeonetakesalookatwhatisfoundtotrytoconnectthedots. Tho rn tonalsosaidinve stigatorsmightkno w morethantheyare re leasingtothepublic,andtha t theyneedtostrikeabal-ancebetweenkeepingthepublicengagedandprotectingtheinvestiga-tion. 12longda ys Thorntonsaidinany cr iminalprobe,the rst48 hoursarecriticaltogettingaquick re solution. Bu tno matterhowlongittake s, investigatorswillnotgiv e uponmissingchildrencasesandwillbemotivat-edtofoll ow an yleadthat comesin. "Y oudon 't losehopeon thesethings ," Thornton said. "Y oukeepfollowingtheleadsthatcomeup ." He saiditonlytakes oneleadtogofromanunsolvedcaseto "a llof a sudden yo uareonthefast track toa re solution." ThorntonledtheFBI' s Mi nneapolisofcewhen the re mainsof Ja cob We tterling,aboywhowaskid-nappedin Mi nnesotain 1989, we re foundin 2016 He saidthatdespitethe decades ofno tknowing whathappened,healwaysheldouthopethat Ja cob would be foundaliv e. Bo bLo we ry ,vicepresidentofthe Na tional Ce nterfor Mi ssingand ExploitedChild re n,said: "A s timegoeson...itbecomesmoredifcultto ndthese child re n,butitdoes n' t meanthat we don 't ." Bringingthemhome El izabeth Sm artwas14 whenshewaskidnappe d fromher Ut ahhomein 2002.Whilemanyfea re d theworst,shewasfoundaliveninemonths late r. Ja yc ee Du gardwas11 whenshewaskidnappedfroma Ca liforniastreeti n 1991. Sh ewasheldcaptiv e for18 ye arsbeforeshewas re scued. Threewomenandgirls ages14,16,and 21 when they we re abductedfrom 2002through2004 we re foundinaClevelandhomein2013afteroneofthemscreamedforhelp.Thir-teen-y ear -old Be nOwnb y wasfoundfourdaysaf-terhewaskidnappedin2007, and hisdisco ve ry in Mi ssouriled aut horities to Sh awn Ho rn beck,who waskidnappedfour ye ars earlier. Lo we ry sai d, "u ntil we knowforcertain, we ca n nevergiveuphop e." Ja yme 's aunt, Je nnifer Sm ith,addressedherniece atanewsconfe re nceon We dnesday,sayingthe familymissedhergiggles andhergrandpaneedsartworkforhis re frige ra tor. "J ayme,notamomen t goes by that we 'r enot thinkingof yo uand pr ayingfor yo u," Sm ithsaid. "W eneed yo uhereto ll thatholeinourhearts. We willneverstoplookingforyo u." THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS A signis se eninthesmall to wn of Ba rron, Wi s. where 13 -y ea roldJaymeClo ss wa sdis co vere d missing Oc t. 15af te rher pa re nts we re fo und fa ta llyshotattheirhome.


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Bo issurvived by his lovingwife ,V al ynda Us sery ofChipley ,F L;twosons, Ja mesA. Us ser yJ r. andwife Ni choleof Co ttondale ,F L, Landon Us ser yofC hipley, FL;twobroth ers ,L amar Us ser ya ndwife Ga ilof Ca mpbelton,FL, To mC ole yo fC ot t ondale ,F L; one sister ,E llen Us ser yofC hipley ,F L;threegrandchildren, Di llon Us ser y, De vin Us ser ya nd Ha leigh Us sery all of Chipley Fu neral Se rv iceswillbe heldon Su nday ,O ct ober 28,2018at2:00 P. Fi rst Ba ptistChurchofChipley, FL,with Re ve re ndDoug Ho ggofci atin g. Fa mily will re ceiv ef ri endsstarting at1:00 P. M. Me morializationwillfollo wbyc re mation. Br ow nF un er al Ho meof Chipley ,F Li si nc har ge of arrangements .F amilyand friendsmaysigntheonlinere ow nfh. net. Br ow nF uner al Ho me 1068 Ma in St re et Chipley ,F L3 2428 1-850-638-40 10 Obituaries needsaregreat. De spite thesefacts,ouremplo yeeshavedemonstratedtheirdedicationandcom-mitmenttoour re sidents,workingtirelesslytoensurecontinuedqual-itycarefortheindividu-als we ar e privilegedto ser ve at Su nland. We arehumbled by the strongshowofsuppor t fromourcommunity,ouremplo ye esandour re sidents ." Althoughthedamage sufferedhasforcedthecancellationofthe Ce nter 's 40thAnnual Fa ll Fe stival, the Su nlandfamilyislookingforwardto re suming thetraditionin2019.Theeventbringsthousandsofvisitors eac h ye ar Su nland Fr omP ag e1A SU BMITTEDPHO TO Je ff Householder Pr es ident of Florida Pu blic Ut ilitie s, along with Ra miroSicre of FPUgreetSunland re sid ent Be rt S. Schoolfrom9a.m.to12p. m.andatthe Gr aceville Civic Ce nterfrom1 p. 4 p. m.on Oc t.31Themobileunitswillbeat Co ttondale Hi ghSchoolfrom 9 a.m.to12 p. m.,andatthe Alford Co mmunity Ce nter from1 p. m.to4 p. m. TheChipolaTheater productionofAlmostMa inehasbeenmo ve dto Nov .8and9at7 p. m. Admissionisfree. TheNAACP Ba nquet on Nov .9hasbeenpostponed. Ac cordingtotheEarly Learning Co alitionof No rt hwest Fl orida,thefollowingchildcarecentersarenowopen: Gr ace Ac ademyEarly Learning Ce nterin Gr aceville:850-360-5048 Ya rd Yo unginsin Gr aceville:850-263-7666 TheLearning Tr eein Ma ri anna:850-372-4231 Ba ker 's Children Deve lopment Ce nterin Ma ri anna:850-482-5433 No te book Fr om Pa ge 1A Special to theFloridanTo assistwiththelongterm re co ve ry of impacted areas,the Ca re erSource Fl orida Bo ardof Di re ctorsisallocatinganaddi-tional$1milliontohelpcoordinateandcontinuetheworkoftheinitialstate re sponsespr ov ided through Di saster UnemploymentAssistancebene ts,t he Di saster Su pplemental Nu trition Assistance Pr ogram, Disaster Di slocated Wo rk er grantsandservicesof-fered by othercommunity partners Go ve rn orRickScottwas quotedinthe re leaseannouncingtheadditionalfunds. "F ollowing Hu rri cane Mi chael, we ar e doingeverything we can tohelpourcommunitiesre turntonormal,"Scott stated. "C areerSource Fl orida 's Hu rricane Michael Di saster Re co ve ry Fu ndwillmo ve these effortsforward by helping morepeoplegetbackto work. We won 't re stuntil every Fl oridianhasthe needed re sourcesto reco ve r." Thefunds,allocated by Ca re erSource Fl oridaand distributed by the Fl orida De partmentof Ec onomic Op portunity,aredesignatedforemploymentservic-estoassistthoseimpactedby Hu rricane Mi chael. "H urricane Mi chael torethrough No rt hwest Fl oridaasoneofthe mostpo we rf ulstorms indecades,devastat-ingmanycommunities ." said Ca re erSource Fl orida Bo ardChairman Ke vin Doyle. "T he Hu rricane Mi chael Di saster Re covery Fu ndwillsuppor t the Ca re erSource Fl orida networ k' seffortstohelp Fl oridiansassisttheir neighborsandpr ov ide servicesessentialtosup-portingfamiliesaffectedby thestorm. Thetypesofservicesfor affectedemplo ye rsand re sidentsdisplaced by Hu rricane Mi chaelthat willbepr ov ided by th e localworkforcedevelop-mentboardsthroughthisadditionalfundingmayincludesomeorallthefollowing: In dividualcareerconsultingservices Thecreationofa Sp ecialized Jo b Deve lopment Te am Ex tendedhoursatcare ercenters In creasedaccessto En glishfor Sp eakersof Ot herLanguageservices Re cruitingandhiring events In creasedpartnershipswithcommunity-basedorganizations Su rv eystoassessemploymentneeds Pa idoutreach,includingbutnotlimitedtoso-cialandtraditionalmediaand/ordirectemail Ca re erSource Fl orida Pr esidentandCEO Michelle De nnardsaid, "A sanativeof Ja ckson Co unty,seeingthedamagein No rt hwest Fl orida from Hu rricane Mi chaelis heartbreaking,but Fl oridiansare re silientand we will re storeand re build. Ou rnetwor k' spriorityisto help Fl oridafamiliesand businessesaffected by Hu rricane Mi chael re coverasquicklyaspossible ." Fl orida De partmentof Ec onomic Op portunity Ex ecutive Dire ctorCissy Pr octorsaid, "W eappreciate Ca re erSo urce Fl oridapr ov iding theseadditionalfundstosupportfamilies,busi-nessesandcommunitiesimpacted by Hu rricane Mi chael.Thesefunds willallowlocalcareercenterstopr ov idethe criticalassistancethatbusinessesand re sidents inthe Fl orida Pa nhandle needtostart re building theirlives ." Fo racomprehensiv e listof re co ve ry re sources pleasevisitour Hu rricane Mi chael Di saster Re co ve ry Pr ogramspage. To nd reco ve ry -relatedjobs,please visitthe Di saster Re co ve ry Jo bs Po rt al.Ca re erSour ce Floridaalloca te s fu nds to helpjobless Hur ri caneMichaelReco ve ry BY DEBORAH BU CKH ALTER dbuckhalter@jcoridan. comFa milies,individualsand rst re sponders inneedofpersonalcar e items,cleaningprod-uctsorlaundryservicesinthewakeof Hu rricane Mi chaelcan nditat thenewly-deplo ye d Ti de Loadsof Ho pe Mo bile Laundry Un it. It wasse t upatLo we 's by theP&G companyonThursdaywithfreefull-servicelaun-dryservicesto re sidents affected by Hu rricane Mi chael. Re sidentscan bringclothes(uptotwoloadsperhousehold)tobewashed,driedandfoldedfreeofcharge.Allwash-ableclothingtypescanbeacceptedwiththeexcep-tionofheavybedding. P&Gwillalsodistribute freepersonalcareandcleaningkitstothoseaf-fectedwithever yd ayessentialsneededtomeetbasichygieneandhomecareneedsdirectlyoutintotheimpactedareas In apress re leaseabout theservice,thecompany statedthat "P &Ghas a historyofgivingbacktothecommunitieswher e we liveandwork,and we wanttopr ov ideever yd ay essentialstothosewhoneeditmosttohelpbringasenseofnormalcyinthistimeofneed.Theseservicesarefreeandavail-abletopeopleaffected by thedisasterandthe vo lunteerswhoarehelpingto re spond." Theteamwillcollect 4 p. m.attheLo we 's liste d beloworuntil200loadsare re ached(twoloadsper household).Theteamwillalsobedistributingpersonalcareandcleaningkitsdirectlyoutintotheaffected area s. Lo we 's islocate dat4860 Ma lloy Pl aza, Ma ri anna. Fo rthemostup-todateinformationonthe eet 's locati onatagiven time,visit Ti de 's Fa cebook and Tw itterchannelsat In 2005,P&Glaunched Ti deLoadsof Ho peto pr ov idelaundryservices tofamiliesaffected by Hu rricane Ka trina. Si nce thattime, Ti deLoadsof Ho pehaswashedmor e than70,000loadsoflaun-dryformorethan50,000 familiesimpacted by disastersacrosstheU.S.andCa nada.The Ti deLoads of Ho petruckisequipped withhigh-efciencywash-ersanddr ye rsdonated by Whirlpoolandcandoupto200loadsoflaundryperdayforcommunitiesinneed. PRODUC T KITBRANDS: Pe rsonalcarekitstobe givenawayatthelaundr y unitscontainP&GbrandsincludingAlways, Cr est, He ad& Sh oulders, Iv or y, Gi llette, Ol d Sp ice,Oral-B Pa mpers, Pa ntene, Se cret and Ve nus.Thecleaning kitcontains Bo unty,Charmin, Da wn, Fe br ez e, Mr Clean, Sw ifferand Ti de P&Gpr ov idestheseservicesinpartnershipwithMa tthew25: Mi nistries aninternationalhumani-tarianaidanddisasterre lieforganization. Mo re Pe opleacrossthecommunitycanhelpsuppor t Ti deLoadsof Ho pe by purchasinga Ti deLoadsof Ho pevintaget-shirtor by$4fromthesaleofeachshir t goestowardhelpingfami-liesaffected by disaster P& Gsetsupfreelaundryser vi ce at Lo we ’s Mo bilesare foru se by th oseaffectedby Hu rricane Mich ael MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN La rr ySa nderswithMatthe w 25Ministriesloadslaundr y into one of thegroupsman y wa shingmachine s. Regionsopensportablebranchin Ma rianna


JA CK SO N CO UNT Y FLORIDAN SE CT IONB SA TURD AY OC TO BER 27 20 18 p Sports MiddleSchool Fo otball HI GHSCHOOL VO LLEYBALL Fr om st af f re por tsHu rricane Mi chaelaffected ever yo neandeverythingin Ja ckson Co unty Sp ortsisnoexception. The Ma ri anna Mi ddle School Bu llpups we re expectingtoplayinabowlgameThursday,buttheirseasonwasbroughttoanend by the storm. Co ach Ja mie Go dwinsaid theteamwasdisappointed by theearlyendtotheseason,butthattheyunderstoodwhyithappened. The Bu llpupsendedtheseasonwitha4-2 re cord. "I waspleasedwiththeprogre ss we madethroughoutthe season," Go dwinsaid. He addedth attheteamwon theirlastthreegamesandthatoneoftheteam 's loses wasin ov ertimeandthatthe otherwasduetoacontr ov ersialcallonaplayinthegame 's lastseconds. Go dwinsaidthathewasn 't disappointedwiththeearlyendoftheseason. "T herearedenitelymoreimportantthingsinlifethatfoot-ball." Ear ly wrapup fo r Ma rianna Mi dd leS ch ool Ga metimessubjecttochangeOc to ber30High Sc hool Fo ot ba ll Gr acevillewillhost Ma ri annaat 6 p. m. High Sc hool Vo lleyball Sn eadshost Ba kerina re gional nalgameat7 p. m. SportsBriefs Fr om st af f re por tsThe Ma ri annaLady Bu lldogs nished itsseasonwitha re gionalseminalplayofflossto Pe nsacola Ca tholicThursday night. Ma ri annalostin straightsets,25-10,25-14,and25-13. "T hereisdenitely disappointmentthatwe didnotwin,but Ithinkthereissomere liefinthefactthat theycannowhelptheirfamiliescleanupfromthedisasterwithoutobligationsofpracticeandgames ," sai d Co ach Je ssica Ha id. Theteamhada7-14 re cordfortheseason. Hu rricane Mi chaelforcedadistrict tournamentdelay,buton Tu esday Ma riannatraveledto Ta llahasseetoface Ta ylor Co unty. The Bu lldogslostthe rstset25-22but re co ve re dtowinthenextthree25-19,2516,and25-18,andsecureaspotinthechampionshipgameagainsttheir ri va ls at Fl orida Hi gh. Ma ri annalostinstraightsets25-9,258,and25-11. "I t' sbeenacrazy ye ar ," said Ha id. "W e havefaceddeath,injur y, andhurricanes together ." "I candenitelysaythegirls,andmyself,havegr ow nemotionallythroughout thisseason," Ha idsaid." We lea rn ed howtosupporteachotherthroughwe akness ." "S ometimestherearethingsinlife thatarebiggerthan vo lleyball," Ha id added. HighSchool Vo ll ey ball Bulldogsseasonendsinpla yo ffs Fr om st af f re por tsTheLadyPiratesmadeshortworkof the Ja y Ro yalsThursdaynight. Sn eadswonthe re gionalseminal gameinstraightsets:25-9,25-6,and258.ThewinadvancesthePiratestothe regional nalsand a homegameagainstBa ker Tu esdaynightat 7 p. m. Sn eadssetthepatternforthenightin the rstset by immediatelyseizing a commandingleadandneverlettingtheRo yalsgetanymomentum. Sn eadswasup by 8before Ja ywasable togetontheboardand, by thetimethe Ro yals we re abletogeta ru ngoing,they we re down by 15. In theend Sn eadswon25-9. In th esecondmatch Sn eadswasable tohold Ja ytoasinglepointforhalfofthe gamewhile ra ckingup15oftheir ow n. Ja ywas nallyabletobreakthedeadlock, but Sn eadswas abletoscoretwoorthree pointsforeveryonethat Ja y cou ldmuster. Sn eadswon 25-6. Sn eadskepthammeringthepoints homeinthethirdmatchandwon25-8. Pi ra te sru n downRo ya ls HighSchoolGolf Fr om st af f re por tsThedistrictchampion Ma riannagolfteamwrappedupitsseasonwithalossatthere gionaltournamentin De stin Tu esday. Pe nsacola Ca tholicshot 309toclaim rstplaceinthe 12teamevent.The Bu lldogs shot377. Wi ltonPittmanshot91with Au stin Ma lloyhaving93. Wi ll Sa undershad96and Ga rrett Ro perhad97.Anni Be ebe had99. Co ach Ty ler Wi ls onsaidthe tea m' smembershademade alotofst ri desforwa rd inimpr ov ingtheir individualg am es He poin tedoutthatever yoneshotunder100at Tu esday'stournamentassignoftheteam 's impr ov ement. "I thoughttheydidpretty good." Wi lsonisalreadylookingto next ye ar.Theteamwillhav e four re turningseniors,but willlose ve teranplayer Wi ll Sa understograduation. Theteamhasbeenplagued by bad we atherall ye ar. Du ri ngthepreseason, stormslimitedtheirpracticetimeandoncetheseasonstarted,severalmatches we re ra inedout. Theteamwassupposed tohosttheirdistricttourna-ment,but Hu rricane Mi chael forcedtheeventtobe re locatedto Su nny Hi llsin Wa shington Co unty. Ma rianna fa ll s at re gional to urnament Sneads to ps Co tt ondale fo r eighth-straighttitle Fr om st af f re portsThe Sn eadsLadyPiratesswept Co ttondale Tu esdaynightto claimitseighthstraightdistrictchampionship. The rstmatchwasabarnburner lledwithclosecallsand brutalhits. Co ttondaletookasizablelead outofthegate,but Sn eadswas ableto re co ve randtiethings upbeforeseizingaleadoftheirow n. The Ho rn etsfoughthardall thewaytotheend,but Sn eads wasabletopullaheadandwin25-18. ThePiratesstartedthesecond match by leapingintothelead andneverslowingdown. Co ttondalewasabletokeepupandlost25-8. In the nalmatch Co ttondale putupastubborn re sistance,but theycouldn 't slo wthe Sn eads onslaught. ThePirateswon25-12. DISTRIC T CHAMPS The Cot to ndale La dyHorne ts we re districtrunners-up. PHO TO S BY MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN TheSneadsHigh Sc hool vo lleyball te ampo se s fo rapho to aftertheirdistrict to urnamentwin Tu es da y night


2B SA TURD AY OC TO BER 27 20 18 JA CK SO N COU NTYFLORIDAN www .j coridan. comSPORTS Co llege Bas ke tballPreviews BY MARK LO NG The Asso ciated Pr essGAINESVILLE Fl orida coach Mi keWhitealready considersAndrew Ne mbhardoneofthebestpass-ersincollegebasketball,extremelyhighpr ais efor a freshman. It mightbe wa rranted. The6-foot-5pointguar d ledhishighschoolteam,Mo ntverde Ac ademyin nearby Orl ando,toanationalchampionshipandcarried Ca nadatoasilver medalattheFIBAU18Americas. Na turall y, the Ga tors havehighexpectationsforthe rst ve -star re cruitin Whit e' scoachingtenur e. No tonlydotheybeliev e he canleadthentotheNCAATo urnamentforathir d consecutiveseason,theyalsoarecountingonhimto re placetheschool 's allti meassistsleader,Chris Chiozza. "D enitelysomebig shoesto ll," Ne mbhar d said. "I 'm justgoingtotryto comeinanddoasmuchasIcantohelptheteamwin." Ne mbhardshouldhav e enoughtalentaroundtogetitdone. Fl orida re turnsthree starters,includingleadingsco re r Ja len Hu dson,fr om ateamthatearneda No 6 seedintheNCAA To urnamentand endedth eseason wit hathree-pointloss to Te xas Te chinthesecond ro und.The Ga torsalso havefourholdo ve rsfrom an El ite Ei ghtappea ra nce in2017. "W e' ve gotto nish, Whitesaid. "W e we re ve ry close,ofcourse, acou ple ye arsago.Last ye ar, we ha d somehighlightsandsom e decienciesandsomelulls. "T heway we lookatitis justthegr ow thmindset, justenj oy ingtheprocess andgettingbetter ever y day ." Ne mbhardwon 't hav e theluxuryofwatchingandwaiting. He 's goingtoplayand mightev en startwhen Fl oridaopenstheseason Nov 6at ri va land17th-ranked Fl orida St ate. Co aches teammatesand Ga torsfan s eagerlyawaithisdebut. "H e' llhaveachancetobe intheconversationtobeoneofthebetterpassersincollegebasketball ," White said. "W hoknowsho w manyassiststhatmeans howmanyhighlightsheproduces,howmanymin-uteshe 'l lplay.I'mnotsur e. Bu t that is hi s gift. "H eseesthegameat a highlevel. He 's asplit-secondthinke r. He 's ve ry intelligent. No tonlyisheanelit e passer,he 's an elitepasser withsiz e, wh ichmakesit evenalittlebiteasierforhimtodeliversomepassesthatotherguyswithequalvision can 't deliver ." Chi oz zaleftcampuswith aschool-record571as-sists,including208 as asenio r. He alsoaveraged11.1 pointsand4.3 re bounds lastseason,and nished with383-pointersand65steals. Hu dsonandshooting guard Ke Va ughnAllenwill beaskedto llthe vo id,althoughsomeofitwillfalltoNe mbhard. "W eplayslightlydifferent,butIfeellikeIca n comeinandhelpthe teaminadifferentway ," Ne mbhardsaid. "I needto bemore vo calasaleader onthecourtandjustkindoftalktomyguy s. Tha t' s probablythebiggestchal-lengeforme ." """ He re aresom eother thingstoknowabout Fl orida:Fr es hmanclass Sh ootingguard No ah Lockeandforward Ke yo ntae Jo hnsonalsoarepar t of Fl orida 's freshmanclass Whiteexpectsbothtohav e bench ro lesimmediately. "I thi nk we couldbe de ep ," Whitesaid. "I f we getever ybodyhealth y, we couldhav e re allyhealthycompetition outthereinpractic e, which helps yo ubecomeabetter team....I'mnotsaying we 'r e goingtobeagreatteam by anystretch,butI can 't tell yo uoneofthe13(pla ye rs ) thatIjustknowisnotgoingtoplay.That 's ago odproblem toha ve ." Fr ont co urthelp Fl oridastruggleddown thestretchlastseason partlybecauseopponentstookadvantageoftheteam 's frontcourtwoe s. Ce nter Jo hn Eg bun u (knee)andfo rw ard Is aiah St okes(knee)missedthe entire ye ar.Chase Jo hnso n (concussion)missedmostoftheseason.Andcente r Go rjok Ga kpla ye dlimited minutesbecauseofkneesorenessandswelling. St okes, Jo hnsonand Ga k arehealthyno w, givin gthe Ga torsplentyofdepthbehind Ke va rrius Ha ye sand Ke ith St one. "I do expecttobedeeper ," Whitesaid."" Go t a chancetobedeepinthefrontcourt."To ughslate Fl oridafacesanother toughschedule,withnon-confe re ncegamesagainst the Se minoles, No .13 We st Vi rg inia, No .10 Mi chigan St ateand No .20 TC U. TheSECslateincludesNo .2 Ke ntuckytwice, No 6 Te nnesseetwice, No 11 Au burn, No .18 Mi ssissippi St ateand No .23 LSU. Florida tu rns to freshman gu ard Ne mbhard to re place Ch iozza THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS FILE White Te am Â’s Andr ew Nembhard(left)driv es againsttheBlack Te amduringtheJordanBrandClassicinNe w Yo rkonApril 8. BY ST EV ENWINE Th e Asso ciate d Pr essCO RALGABLES Fo rward De wan He rn andezbelie ve shisdecisiontodelay the sta rt ofhisNBAcareer a ye arwill he lphimmak e moremoneyinthelong ru n, andthisseasonit 's likelyto helpthe Mi ami Hu rricanes bottomlineinthe winco lumn. The6-foot-10 He rn andezconsideredjoiningfellow Mi amiunde rc lassmenLonnie Wa lker IV an d Br uce Br ow ninturning professionallastspring,butchangedhismindandwillbebackforhisjuniorsea-son. Fo rm erly kn ow nas Dewan Hu ell,the Mi aminativ e alsochangedhisnametohonorhismother. He rn andezaveraged11.4 pointsand6.7 re boundslast season. He saidheplanned togoprountilNBAscout s toldhimhewouldlikelybeasecond-rounddraftpick butcouldbecomea rstro undchoice in2019. "I 'm happyImadethedecisiontocomeback," He rnand ez sa id. "I t' sgoingto bene tme. Ba sketballfo r meisabusinessdecision. If Iwouldhaveleftforthesec-ond ro und,ther e' snoguarantee. Bu tifI getdr aftedin the rst ro und,tha t' sguaranteedmoney ." The Hu rricanesareon thebubblein th epreseason tocrackthe To p25,andif He rn andezplayslikea rstro undpick,theymay exce edexpectations. He re ar e thingstoknowaboutcoachJi mLar ra naga 's eighthteam at Mi ami: Re ady to ca shin Apropaydaywasmotiva tionas He rn andezpracticed3-pointersduringthesummer. He 's 0for5 from beyondthearcinhiscolleg e careerbutexpectstoplayfacingthebasket mor ethi s seasonandattempttheoc-casional3. "L ikeIsaid, It 's abusi nes s decision,"hesaid. "W hen yo useeintheNBAbigguys whocanmake3sgettingpaid$7millionor$10 milli ona ye ar,Iwanttobeone of th oseguys ." Larranagaishappyto spendanother ye arhelpin g He rn andezhonehisgame forthepros. "I twascriticalfor De wan to re turn,notonlyforusbut forhim,"Larranagasaid."H eiswo rk ingonhisskill level. Yo u' re goingtosee a muchbette rskilled ve rsion ofhimself.And yo u' re goin g toseehimmakingsome3s ." Tr ans fer The Hu rricanesarecountingon6-2newcomer Za ch Jo hnsontohelpcompensateforthebackcour t lossesof Wa lke r, Br ow n and Ja 'Quan Ne wton,who graduated. Jo hnsonisaseniort ra nsferfrom Fl orida Gu lf Co ast,whe re hemade 1503-pointersinthree ye ars andaveraged16.1pointslastseason. He and He rn ande z we re teammatesat Mi ami No rland Hi ghSchool,andas collegiansthey' ve pl ayedtogetherevery su mme r. "I 'v ebeen afan of Za ch sincehighschool ," He rn andezsaid. "A ndincollege hebecameagreat3-pointshooter ." Dy namic5-7sophomor e Chris Ly kes re turnsto ru n theoffense.Mo st impr ove d? The Hu rricaneshope a slimmer Ro dney Mi llerwil l becomeabiggerfactor.Thejunior7-footcenterisdownto250poundsfrom275lastseason. "H eis ve ry di fferentfrom the Ro dney Mi lleroflast ye ar ," Larranagasaid. "H e almostlookslikeadifferen t person. We 'r etryingto gu re outhow we cantakeadvantageofaguywithhiskindofability ." Mi llertotaledonly109 minutesinhis rsttwoseasons,but He rn andezsaid he 's nowha rd tostopinthe post. "Ro dneyisabeastdown ther e, He rn andezsaid. "I f hecatchesitinthepaint,he 's goingtoscor e. He 's re al ha rd toguard. He 's notas big andsl ow asheused to be He canget up anddo wnthe oorno w." Ex pectations The Hu rricanesarean 85to1choicetowintheNCAA To urnament,which putsthem25thinthecoun-tryand fthinthe At lantic Co ast Co nferenc e. They hopeto re achthetou rn amentforthefourth ye arin a ro w. "W e' re kind ofanunderdog,"Larranagasaid. "B ut we 'v ealways nishedhighe r thanprojected."Blankedin re cruiting The Hu rricaneshaveno truefreshmenonthe ro ste r, in partbecausepoten tial recruits we re awa re ofanFBI investigationintocolleg e basketballthat ra isedquestionsa ye aragoaboutLarra nag a' s re lationshipwith Ad idas. Hu rr icanes, He rnandezhap py hedecidednot to tu rnpro THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS MiamiÂ’s Dew anHernande z speaks to th emediaduring At lantic Co ast Co nferencemediada y inCharlo tt e, N. C. on We dne sd ay. BY BO BFERRANTE The Asso ciated Pr essTA LLAHASSEE Fl orida St atebustedbrackets aroundthecountrywithan El ite Ei ght ru ninlast season 's NCAA To urnament.The Se minolessurprisedever yo neexcept perhapsthemselves. "W efeelthat we fell a littleshortlast ye ar ," coach Leonard Ha miltonsaid. "W ethought we ha d a chancetogettothe Fi nal Fo ur. No one elsethought we did,butthat 's ho w we feltatthebeginningoftheye ar ." Fl orida St atewon 't catch anyoneoffguardthissea-son.The No .17 Se minoles areoneofthenation 's deepestteamsand re tur n theirtoptwoscorersandre bounders.Thatdepth willbechallenged by apreseasoninjuryto Ph il Co fe r. Theseniorforwardis expectedtomissatleastsix we eksafterinjuring his ri ghtfootinpractice on Tu esday. Co fer,who ledthe Se minolesinscoring(12.8points)andwassecondin re bounding (5.1),couldmissmostorallofthenon-conferencegames. "W ehavetomakesome adjustmentsinour ro tation," Ha miltonsaid. "B ut hopefully Ph ilwillcome backstrong. Ot herguys willhavemoreopportu-nitytogetmoreminuteshereearly ." Thoseopportunities willcomeimmediatelyasFl orida St ateopenswith Fl oridaon Nov .6,willface No .24 Pu rd uein Nov emberand Co nnecticutin De cember.The Se minoles alsoplaysix At lantic Co ast Co nferenceteamsthatar e ra nkedinthe To p25. De pthhasbeenacriticalpieceof Fl orida St ate 's successin re cent ye arsand thatwillbecrucialagainwith Co ferout.The Se minolesplayedportionsof lastseasonwithoutcen-terChrist Ko umadje(11 games)andguard P. J. Savo y(eightgames),and theywillneedtoadjustagainwithout Co fer. Thereis re asonforoptimismasthe Se minoles canleanon ve teranslike guards Te ra nce Ma nn, Tr ent Fo rrestand P. J. Sa vo y, Ko umadjeandsophomor e forwardsM ondu Ka bengeleand Wy att Wi lkes. Eachplayerhasade ned ro le. Ma nnisthe "g lueguy"orleader. Fo rre sttakes ov erasthestartingpointguard. Sa vo yis the3-pointspecialistoffthebench. Ko umadje,at 7-foot-4,blocksoraltersshots. Ka bengeleisa ve rsatilestretchforwardwhocanplaymultipleposi-tions. Wi lkeshas re ned hisjumpshot. So phomor e guardM.J. Wa lkerhas "gureditout," Ha miltonsaid,afteranup-and-downfreshmanseason. The Se minolescouldbe oneofthelongshotstowatchinthe AC C. Ev en without Co ferintheearly portionoftheseason,Ha miltonfeelsthatthe Se minoleswingames by committee. "R ightnowifIhadto pickastartinglineup,I' d sayIhaveastartingeight, butI'mgoingtohave a startingnineor10," Ha miltonsaid. "W efeellikethe strengthofourteamisinournumbers ." """ So meotherthingsto watchthisseason:Rising st ar Ka bengelehardlylooks likethe ra wprospectwho hadto re dshirtin201617ashebeganto re shape hisbody.The6-foot-10Ka bengeledropped19 poundsandmadethemostofhis14minutespergamein2017-18,contrib-uting7.2pointsand4.6re bounds. Thenephewofformer NBAstar Di kembe Mutombohasbeen ne-tuninghisballhandlingand3-pointshot,viewinghim-selfasa va luablepieceof the Se minoles'season. "M ygoalistobethe leading re bounderonthis team," Ka bengelesaid. "B ea re bounder,beapost scorer,beagreatscreener Be causewhenIsetgood screensIgetopen."Wa lkertaking st ep fo rw ard M.J. Wa lkerhadbright spotsbutalsolowpointsinaninconsistentfresh-manseason.The6-5 Wa lkerdropped24points ina ro adwin ov er Vi rg inia Te chbutalsofrequently sawhis3-pointshotmissthemark. Wa lkerhasshownsigns ofgoingfromacontribu-toroffthebenchtoapo-tentialstarter. "I ha ve beenunbelie va bly pleasedwiththeprogresshe 's madefromhisfreshman ye artohissophomo re ye ar ," Ha miltonsaid. "H e' s agreat yo ungsterwhogav e usatremendousliftoffen-sivelylast ye ar,buthewas tryingto gureitout,and Ithinkhe 's gu re ditout. Hi sdefensehasbeenoutstanding. He 's playi ng wit h anextremeamountofcon- dence ." Nichols co uld dropdimes Fl orida St atehasonly hadtwograduatetrans-fersinmen 's basketball. Da vid Ni chols,whoplayed threeseasonsatAlbany,isthe rstsince Je ff Pe terson joinedthe Se minolesin 2011-12. Ni chols,a6-1guard,accumulated1,092pointsinhissophomoreandju-niorseasonsatAlbany. He alsoaveraged3.5assistsin2017-18. Ni cholscouldbe asixthmanoffthebenchorplayinathree-guar d lineup. Depth co uldlead No 17 FS Uondeeppostseasonrun THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS FloridaStatehead co ach Le onardHamiltonspeaks to th emediaduring At lantic Co ast Co nferencemediada y inCharlo tt e, N. C. on We dne sd ay.


BY MARK LO NG The Asso ciated Pr essJACKSONVILLE Da n Mu llen re memberedthe outcomes,buthecouldn 't quite re callthedetails. So he we ntsearchingfor the Fl orida-Georgiabo x scoresfromhis rststint (2005-08)withthe Ga tors It wasanenjoyable refreshercourse. Mu llen we nt3-1against the Bu lldogsas Fl orida 's offensivecoordinator includingtwowinsthathelpedpropeltheteamtoSo utheastern Co nference andnationalchampion-ships. Thelastonewashis mostmemorable,a49-10victorythatwasessentiallyov erearlyenoughfor Mu llentospendthe nalfew minutesonthesidelineinsteadofthecoaches booth. "I didn 't al waysgettoexperienceallthatfunstuffonthe eldbackthen,"he said. "S otocomedownon the eldforthelasttwo minutesofthegamewasprettycool." Mu llenbeginsanew chapterinthe "W orld 's Largest Ou tdoor Co cktail Pa rt y"when No .9 Fl orida (6-1,4-1SEC)andsev-enth-ranked Ge orgia(6-1, 4-1)meetin Ja cksonville forthe83rdtimeinthelast86 ye ars Sa turday. Fo r Mu llen,who returnedto Ga inesvilleafter nearlyadecadeat Mi ssissippi St ate,the ri va lr y hasn 't change dabit. It has ultra-highstakesandtitle-gameaspirations. Fl oridaand Ge orgiaentertheneutral-sitegamera nkedinsidethetop10 forthe rsttimesince 2008,andthewinnerlikelywillwindupclosetothefourthspotinthe rsteditionofthe Co llege Fo otball Pl ayoff ra nkingsnext we ek.Theloserprobably canforgetaboutplayingforanationalchampion-shiporgettingto At lanta fortheSECtitlegame. "I f yo u' re notam pedup thisgameor yo u' re not excited, yo u' re screwedup inthehead," Fl oridaguar d Ty ler Jo rd ansaid. ESPN's Co llege Ga meDa yas we llasSEC Na tion willbroadcastliveafew hundredyardsapart,the rsttimethey' ve been at thesame ve nueonthe samedayduringthe re gularseason. It 's al sothe rstgamein atwo-weekspanthatwillsho wc asetheSEC'stop teams,withtop-rankedAlabamavisiting No .4LSU next Sa turdaynight. "I twon 't beaboutwhat we sayorhow we sayit, third-year Ge orgiacoach Ki rby Sm artsaid. "I t' llbe aboutwhoplays we llon the eldandwhocontrolsthelineofscrimmagethatwillbethekeytothisgame. "I t' snotwavingamagic wandorsomeguygiving a speechinthelocker ro om. It 's re allyjustwork." The Bu lldogsgotoutworkedatLSUtwo we eks ago,fallingbehind16-0inthe rsthalfandlosing3616.The Ti gers ra nfor275 yardsandtookadvantageoffourturno ve rs. Ge orgiahasspentthe lasttwo we eksstewing ov ertheirperformance. "Y oukindofneedthings likesometimestokindofhumble yo uandputthings inperspectiv e, justtosho w howmuchmore yo uhav e toworkfor ," def ensiveend Jo nathanLedbettersaid. "Y oumighthavethought yo u we re pl ayingpretty we ll,doingeverythingthe ri ghtway,butther e' salways ro omforimpr ov ement. Yo u' ve gotto x thoseareas ." Fl oridahascomealong waysincelosingto Ke ntuckyinearly Se ptember The Ga torshavewon ve ina ro wwhilemaking stridesonbothsidesoftheball. Theyalsohaven 't fo rg ottenlast ye ar 's 42-7debacle in Ja cksonville.Theyspent the we ekdealingwith falloutfromcoach Ji m Mc El wain 's allegeddeath threatsand we re tol d justbeforethegamethatMc El wainlikelywouldbe goneafter. "G uysarestillfeeling thatpainfromlast ye ar ," Ga tors ru nningbackLamical Pe ri nesaid. "T her e' s a lotoffuelfromthat." """ He re aresom eother thingstoknowabout Fl oridaand Ge orgia: Gr ound ga mes Ge orgiahasthebest ru shingattackintheconference,with El ijah Ho ly eldand D' Andre Sw ift combiningtogain850yardsandeighttouch-downs. Fl oridacounters withathree-man ro tation thatfeatures Jo rd anScarlett, Pe ri neandfreshman Da meonPierce. Sm artcalledthe ru nning game "c ri tical"totheoutcome. "Y oulookatthehistor y ofthe Ge orgia-Florida game,which we 'v edone andshownourplayers ," hesaid. "T heteamthat leadsitin ru shingtendsto win."JA CK SO N COU NTYFLORIDAN www .j coridan. com SA TURD AY OC TO BER 27 20 18 3BSPORTS DanielE.Feitz,DPM,MSNominatedforNations To pP odiatrist 24 Ye arsin aR Pana maCi tyOfce 85 0-7 84-9 787 2424Fr ankfo rd Av enueHours: Tu es &W ed8:30am -4 :00 pmMari anna Of ce 8505263668 30256 TH StreetHours:Mon &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 out College Fo otball BY TIMREYNOLDS The Asso ciated Pr essDoug Fl utieis re turningto Bo ston Co llegethis we ek,alongwithplenty ofhisteammatesforacel-ebrationthatwillsurelybringbackmemoriesoftheEagles'dramatic "H ail Fl utie"win ov er Mi amiin 1984. The re minderwon 't be pleasantforthe Hu rricanes. Bu tit 's an other re tur n thatcouldbeabiggerproblem. Bo ston Co llege(5-2,2-1 At lantic Co ast Co nference)expectstoget ru nningbackAJ Di llonback forthe rsttimeinnearly amonth,andhe 'l llikely beabigpartoftheEagles planswhentheyplayhosttothe Hu rricanes(5-2,2-1) on Fr idaynight. Di llonhas missedthelasttwo Bo ston Co llegegameswithanankleinjur y. "W e' re hittingourstride alittlebitagain," Bo ston Co llegecoach St ev e Ad daziosaid. "G ivethe credittoourplayers. We getAJbackandIthinkhe 'l l continuetoimpr ov eeach we ek,buthopefully we get backtofullstrength." Si ncebecomingthe starterlast Oc tober, Di llonhasaveraged159 ru shingyardsagame. He 'l lbe facinga Mi amidefense thathasallo we donly 106yardspergamethisseason. "W e' re goingtoplay againstasuperdefense ther e' snodoubtabout that," Ad daziosaid. "M y concernisthattheydogetalotofturno ve rsbecause they' re tale ntedplayers It 's ag ood-lookingdefense,good-lookingfoot-ballteam." It 's acriticalgamefor bothteams, bothofwhicharecomingoffa by e we ek. Whileneitherwillbe eliminatedfromthe AC C ra cewithaloss,whicheverteamgetsbeatenonFr idaynightwillseetheir hopesof re achingtheconferencechampionshipgametakeanenormoushit. "I hea rDoug Fl utieison thewayifhe 's notalready intown," Mi amicoach Ma rk Richtsaid. "T her e willbealotofthingsthatwillgetthoseguys re vved upand re adytogo. We 'l l havetomakesure we 'r e re adyas we ll." Flu ti e re tu rning to BCas Ea gleshost Mi ami Florida ’s Mu ll en re tu rns to high -s takes‘Coc kt ail Pa rt y’ THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS FILE Floridahead co ach Da nMullen wa tc heshis tea m wa rmup be fo re a ga meagain st Co lo ra do St ateinGain es vi lleon Se pt 15. BY PETEIA CO BELLI The Asso ciated Pr essFl orida St atetailback Ca mAkersthinksthe Se minolesmight nallyhav e foundtheirfootingthisseason.They'llsurelyneeditwith No .2Clemsonin Ta llahassee. Fl orida St ate(4-3,2-3 Atlantic Co ast Co nference) haswonthreeofitspastfourgamesafteradread-fulstartunder rst-year coach Wi llie Ta ggartthat hadsomefanswonderingifanotherdark,freefallwasaheadfortheformerpow-erhouseprogram. Akerssaidhisteam 's 38-17win ov er Wa ke Fo restlast we ekwasabreakthroughforhimafter a two-touchdownperfor-manceoneofthemona58-yardburst. He saidhe 's re adyto buildonthatagainsttheTi gers(7-0,4-0). "I tjustmakesmewant mor e, "Akerssaid. "A we ighthasbeenliftedoff myshoulders.Idon 't wan t tostopther e." Akerswillhavehishands full,though,tokeepthatgoing. Clemsonentersfourthin the AC Cin ru shingyards allo we dat107agame It has permittedjustsix ru shingTDs,justoneoff thefewestinleague. "W e' ve just gottoturnit upanotch," Fl orida St ate quarterback De ondr e Fr ancoissaid. "W ekno w they' re goin gtocome re adytoplay. We kno w they' ve gotoneofthebe st (defensivelines)inthecountr y, ifnotthebestin thecountr y. So we 'v egot topreparelikethat." The Ti gershopetokeep doingwhatthey' ve done muchoftheseason.Theycomeofftheirmostdomi-natingperformancesofar a41-7pummelingof No 22 No rt h Ca ro lina St atein whatwasbilledasatightsho wd ow nbetweenthe AC C'slasttwoundefeated teams. "I thin k we 'r eina re ally goodspotforthisstage ," Clemsoncoach Da bo Sw inneysaid. The Ti gersenterwiththe AC C'stop ru sherin Tr avis Et ienne,whohas ru shed forthreetouchdownsineachoftheirpastthreegames. Et iennehas14 ru shingTDsthisseason, whichistiedformostintheFBSwith Fl orida At lantic 's De vin Si ngletar y. """ So meotherthingsto watchwhen No .2Clemsonplays at Fl orida St ate: Clem so nmotivation Ti gerscoach Da bo Sw inneydr ov ehomethe pointall we ekthatdespite Fl orida St ate 's earl y struggles,the Se minoles aredangerous,talentedandcapableofplayingwiththe Ti gers. He also madesurehisplayersknewClemsonhadneverwontwostraightgamesat Fl orida St ate. "T hat 's something we 'v ethought about,"Clemsondefensiv e tackleChristian Wi lkins said.La wrenc e’ stime Clemsonquarterback Tr evorLawrencelooked poisedandpolishedinleadingthe Ti gerstothe win ov er No rt h Ca ro lina St ate.Lawrence,thelonghaired,strong-armedfreshman,threwforaca-re erbest308yardsinhis thirdcollegestart.Law-re nceexpectstobuildon thatshowingat Fl orida St ate. Cl os e ca ll Fl orida St atequarterback De ondre Fr ancois re calledtheshootoutwith Clemsontwo ye arsago wherethe Ti gers ra llied fora37-34victor y. The Se minoleshadachance toanswerafterClemson 's go-aheadTDwith2:06togo,but Fr ancoissaidthe teammadetoomanymis-takesandcouldn 't execute onthe naldriv e. "T hat justkeeps re playinginmy head,"hesaid.Notbuying it Clemsoncoach Da bo Sw inneybrushedofftalk thatDoakS. Ca mpbell St adiumwillbehalf- lledan d dullbecauseofanexpected Ti gerblowout. "T hisis ClemsonFl orida St ate ," hesaid. "I kn ow therewill bea re allygoodcr ow d.I'll be ve ry surp ri sedifther e' s not."Tu rningtide Theoncelopsidedseri eswith Fl orida St ate andClemsonisturninginthe Ti gersfavor.The Se minoleshadwon11 straightintheseriesafterjoiningthe AC C.Clemson,though,haswoneightof15meetingsbe-tween2003and2017. A win Sa turdaywouldbe Clemson 's fourthstraight ov erFSU,a rstforthe Ti gers.Asso ciated Pr es s Wr iterBob Fe rra nte co ntributed to this re port. FSUlooks fo rbr ea kt hrough wi nvs No .2 Cl emson 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. To day; TV: CBS NO 2CLEM SO N (7 -0 4-0 AC C) AT FLORID A ST ATE (4 -3 2-3 AC C)Do akCampbellStadium, Ta llahas see 11a.m. To day; TV: ABC THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SS FILE FloridaStat e’ sCamAkers (c enter) st ruggles to pickup yard ageinthe seco ndquar te r of a co llege fo ot ba ll ga mewith Wa ke Fo re st in Ta llahas se eon Oc t. 20.


4B SA TURD AY OC TO BER 27 20 18 JA CK SO N COU NTYFLORIDAN www .j coridan. comNA SCAR NA SC ARTHISWEEK Ke ep up to speedwithNA SC AR 's Mon st er En ergyCup Xn ityand Ca mping Wo rld Tr uck se ries THE AS SO CIATEDPRE SSBy Cara Co oper MartinsvilleBulletin M ARTINSVILLE, Va . Ge tting ho t atthe ri gh ttime can turnth e pla yo ffsaroundin an y sp ort,and thehottestdriverinNASCA R ri ght now isChase El liott.The 22 -year-ol d haswontwoofthelast th re e ra ce sinthe Cu p postseason,andth re eofthelast11 ov er all Bu tthe He nd ri cks Mo torsports driver has hadsometroubleatThe Pa perclipinthe past,withonlytwotop10 nishe sinsix career Cu p Se ri esstarts. El liott spokewiththe Bu lletinonThursdayaboutthemomentu m he andthete amare car ry inginto Ma rt insvill e this we ekend,andho w muchcondence theyha ve forthe re st of the ye ar. Whathas the moodwith th e tea m been lik ethis we ek? Elliott: It 's beengreat. Anytim e yo uhaveagood we ekendandare ablet oget awinorget a good ru nthatcertainlyhelps themoraleforeverybod y, andluckily fo r us we ha ve alittlebitofmomentumnowwhich isawesom e. It 's agreattime of ye artogr ab avictoryandlookingforwardtothenex t ro und. Ho w much of theNA SC ARpl ayoffs is about ge tt inghotat theright time? Elliott: It 's huge.Thisis th etime of ye ar th at re allycountsandif yo u' re able to ndsom e su ccessthislate inthe season it 's aw esom e. And we 'r e lu ckytostillbe a partoftheshowandhopethat we canbe in a few we eksin Ho mestead, bu t we ha ve alotof ra ce sbetweennowandthen. Everybodywantstotalkabout Ho mestea d andtalkabout Mi amiand wh o' s going to be downthere but re allyther e' s so much ra ci ng betweennowand th en. Yo u ju stcannotget aheadof yo urself ri ght no w. The re 's so much pr ess ureatthispoin t inthe seaso n,is th ere an yt hing yo u do away fromthe tr ack to ki nd of ta ke yo urmind offof it? Ellio tt : Istayprettybusy.Ienjoy ying and whatnotbutIfeellike allthose thingsar e kind of separateanyway.Ido n' t kn ow ,Ifee l likeI'mina pr ettyg oodpla ce me ntally wit h allthatstuff so whenI'matthe ra cet ra ck ora t meetingsIthink th at 's wherethemindsetis butifnotI'mabletodo to thethingsandstay awayfrom it as we ll. I enj oy thatbalanc e, I think th at 's helpful. Martinsvilleis a placewhere yo u' ve run we ll,but yo u' ve al so st ruggledat time s. Doe sthewinlast we ekgive yo u more co ndenc e? Ellio tt : Ye a,it den itelydoes n' thurt. Ma rtinsvilleissuch a differentplac e, it 's hardto comparethetwo.Idenitelythinkhavingsuccessandhavingalittlebitofmomentu m certainlydoesn 't hurt any thing.Last ye ar I hadacouple re ally go od ru ns an da co uple re ally fa st ca rs.I ki ndofstruggledat Ma rtinsvillethis spring soI'm kindof unsu re of where we 'r e goin g to bebackup the re but th at 's why we gotondout. No w that yo u' ve go ta co uplewins under yo urbeltistherean yt hing yo u' ve learnedthat yo u' llta ke in to Martinsvill e? Ellio tt : Idon 't kno w. It 's justsucha di fferentplace. I thinkit 's allkindofci rc umstantialonce yo ugetthereand se e wh er e yo urstrengthsand we akenessesare and the strengthsof yo ur competi torsand we aknessesof yo urcompetitors,so yo u' ve gottotakeit a day at a time butuntil we getthereandsee where we stackup it 's har dtokno w. Ho w muchcondencedo yo uha ve in yo ur se lf an d yo ur te am fo rthe re stof the ye ar? Ellio tt : Pl enty. I think tha tif yo u' re not believingin yo urself and don 't ha ve the ri ght mi ndset in thinking yo ucan doitt hen yo umightas we ll quit.Ithink we tryt ostay groundedbut we have con denceinour approachandthethingsthat we do to pr epar e andthat 's all yo ucandoandseewhere yo u stackup .Co operisasportswriter fo rthe MartinsvilleBulletininMartinsville Va. Dr iver (w ins )P oints 1.Ellio tt Sa dler +14 2. Da nielHemric +13 3. Ty ler Re ddick +11 4. Chris to pherBell +1NE XTCU TO FF9. MattTifft -1 10 .J ustinAllgaier-5 11. Co leCus te r23 12 .A us tinCi ndric-43 XFINITYSERIES Dr iver Po ints 1.Johnn y Sa uter 3, 042 2.Br ett Moft t3 ,0 27 3. NoahGrag so n3 ,0 25 4. Grant En nger 3, 018 5. JustinHale y3 ,0 14 6. MattCrafton 3, 003 ELIMINATED7. Ben Rhod es 2,114 8. St ew art Fr ie se n2 ,112 CA MPING WO RLD TRUCKSERIES THISWEEK Thereisno ra ce this we ek. La st ra ce: JohnHunterNemechek sco re dhisr st victor y of20 18 at Ka nsas Speed wa y. Next ra ce: O' Re illy Au to Pa rt s 30 0, No v. 3, Te xa sMo to r Speedw ay THISWEEK Te xa s Ro adhouse 200 Tr ack: MartinsvilleSpeedw ay Sc hedule: To da y, qualifying,9:05 p. m.,(FS1), ra ce noon(FS1) Dis ta nce: 10 5. 2mile s, 20 0laps La st ye ar 's winner: NoahGrag son La st ra ce: Tim oth y Pe te rs wo nat Ta lladega. Fa st fa cts: SpencerGallagher announcedon Fr ida y thathewill re tireattheend of the sea so nand ta ke on a managerial ro leatGMS Ra cing Gallagher 28 po ste d 15 to p10 sin60 ca re ertruck st art s. ... Ky leBenjaminwillma ke his se cond se ries st artthis we ekendin the No 17 To yo ta fo rDGR-C ro sle y. Next ra ce : JA GMetals350 No v. 2, Te xa sMotorSpeedw ayThe to p fo urdriversafterthesixthpla yo ff ra ce advance to thechampionship ra ce. MONSTERENER GY CUP PL AY OFFS THISWEEK Fir stDa ta 500MartinsvilleSpeedw ay 1:30 p. m.Sunda y, NB CS N,MRN SC HEDULE Ky le Busch Ke vin Harvick Chase Elliott +3 Martin Tr uexJr. +23 Clint Bo wyer -3 Joey Lo ga no -3 Aric Almirola -12 Ku rt Busch -3 Rya n Blaney 2,212 Brad Ke se lo ws ki 2,194 De nny Hamlin 2,159 Ky le Lar son 2,178 Aust in Dillon 2,150 Er ik Jones 2,148 Alex Bo wman 2,144 Jimmie Johnson 2,148 The to p4drivers af te rPhoenix ad va nce to thechampionship Wi nners( ) au to maticallyadvan ce. Sc hedule: To da y, practic e, 8a.m.and 10 :30a.m. (C NB C) qualifying 3:05 p. m.,(NB CS N);Sunda y, ra ce 1:30 p. m.(NB CS N)... Ra ce dis ta nce: 263 mile s, 500laps... Fa st fa cts: ChaseEllio tt 22,has three ca re erwinsand ea chonehas co mesince Au gus t. ... Bestav eragenishatMartinsville (a mongpla yo ff driverswithatleast3 st art s): Ky leBusch,12.65(26 st art s) 1. 5. 9. 13. 14. 15. 16. 12. 11. 10. 6. 7. 8. 4. 3. 2. ELIMINATED PLA YO FF ST ANDINGS The to p fo urdriversafterthesixthpla yo ff ra ce advance to thechampionship ra ce. Pla yo ff leader: Ellio tt Sa dler NEX T CU TO FF CHASINGCHASE Pla yo ff leader: Johnn y Sa uter +39 +40 Ro und of16 Las Ve ga s(K es elo ws ki) Richmond(K y. Busch) Charlo tt e ro va l(Blane y) Ro und of 12 Do ve r(Ellio tt) Ta lladega (A lmirola) Ka nsas(Ellio tt) Ro und of8 Sunday:Martinsville No v. 4: Te xas No v. 11:Phoenix Championship No v. 18:Home st eadThrough1 of 3 seco nd-round ra ces and 4 of 7 to ta lpla yo ff ra ces PLA YO FF ST ANDINGS Through3 of 3r st -round ra ces and3 of 7 to ta lpla yo ff ra ces El liott hasfound hi s gr oove at theright ti me. Ca n he ke ep things go ing at Ma rt insville? Q&A M artinsvilleisattingplacetoopenthero undofeightforthe Cu pplayoffs,atightandunpredictablehalf-milethatsetsupforeveryoneofthe re mainingchampionshipcontenders. Ex ceptmaybeforAricAlmiro la.Andmaybe Ma rt in Tr uex. Ormaybe Jo eyLogano. OK,somaybethisdoesn 't set upso we llforthenaleight. Ky le Bu sch, Ke vin Ha rv ick, Clint Bo wy eran d Ku rt Bu sch haveallwonher e, andChase El liottledalotoflapslast ye ar Wi thonlyfour ra cesleftinthe season, El liottissuddenly the hotdriver.Awinat Ma rt insvillethis we ekendmightjust changethelandscapeoftheentireseason. Tr uexmightonedaygur e outhowtowinonashor t track,andAlmirolamight ri de thepo we rofhisteamtoawin heresomeday,butit 's notlikely tohappen Su nday. Thisisatoughplacetogur e out,andsomeofthebest drivers we 'v eeverseenhav e struggledher e. Da vid Pe arson wasneverallthatfondoftheplace,andvice ve rsa. Bo bb y Allisonneverwonher e, nordid Ne d Ja rrett. Ju stgetting yo urhead wrappedaroundtheatlittle ov alisthersthurdle So maybeitisttingthatthe rsthurdleforthenaleightisMa rt insville. No bodywillbeeliminated this we ek,whichcouldmake forsomesingle-lesafetylapsfortheplayoffdrivers. Bu t therearen 't re allyanystrokers leftintheplayoffs.Alleightdriversareaggressiveandwillingto ru btiresandfenders.Andeverynowandthen,somebody ru bssomebodyelse thewrongwayat Ma rt insville. Theplayoffshavecometo thesmallesttrackinNASCAR.Andwithonlyfour ra cestogo thismightbethebiggestoftheye ar. SmallMartinsvilleis bi ghurdle fo r pla yo ff 's nal 8dri ve rs HARD'N' FA ST BY ED HA RDIN(G re ensbor o) Ne ws & Re co rd AS SO CIATEDPRE SS FILE Q Q Q Q Q Q


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