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Ghost stories, tours
abound in Southern cities
BY MELISSA NELSON-GABRIEL supposedly haunted places. ries of vampires, witches and other
The Associated Press From Charleston, S.C., to At- supernatural creatures. But smaller PENSACOLA A doctor who lanta to New Orleans and beyond, Southern cities like Pensacola, Fla.,
used a guillotine to perform ampu- ghost tours are popular with tour- and Mobile, Ala., are also touting tations, a wealthy family marred by ists and locals alike, at Halloween their own haunted histories. inanity andaman murderedinside and throughout the year. New Or- "Ithinkwearethegathicpartofthe his'sealed and boarded-up mansion leans has year-round tours of all- the -country. We have a lot of skeletons in are among the stories that frighten spooky sights in the Crescent City our closets, here in the South," said willing listeners who line up in and it is well known in literature towns throughout the South to tour and popular culture through sto-. See GHOSTS, Page 9A
MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN FILE PHOTO
Three nights of "Bellamy Bridge Ghost Walks" start on Halloween.
A Jackson County
legend comes to life
'Bellamy Bridge Ghost Walks'
start Halloween night
BY ANGIE COOK tigation show presented by
MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN email@example.com Emerald Coast Paranormal An investigation team with Emerald Coast Paranormal Concepts entertains curious audience members during a show at Are you ready to delve Concepts, the same group the Russ House on Oct.19 in Marianna. ECPC will wrap up this year's "Bellamy Bridge Ghost W4ks:'"The three-evening event into a legend that's that recently appeared at state alloween night. haunted Jackson County the Russ House.
)- "-. .'for years? The tragic tale Transportation to and
of the ghnst of Bellamy from BellamyBridge Bridge lingers on and, this Heritage Trail will be .. s for 'T'ots weekend, returns to life. provided by JTrans for $2
The second-annual 'Bel- per person. The shuttle lamy Bridge Ghost Walks" departs from Citizens
Its never oo early to think about Christmas Lodge in M Tos
will fill, curious ears with Lodge in Marianna. Tours tales of sisters, brothers, begin nightly at 6:30 p.m. Special to the Floridan 10 a.m. at Beef O'Brady's love and loss, as differ- and run each half hour
on State Road 71, across ent guests recount and until 9:30 p.m. Bring your Toys for Tots is prepar- from the Walmart plaza in explore the years-old story walking shoes; once at
ing for Christmas. Start- .Marianna. over the course of three the Trail, there is roughly
ing tomorrow, organizers Bikes will depart around evenings, Thursday, Friday ahalf-mile trek to the
will be distributing the 11:15 a.m. for an escorted, and Saturday bridge.
familiar, white collection "80-mile ride ending at Featuring three distinct To reserve-a shuttle
boxes to businesses and Madison Park in down- evening events, this year's bus seat, a reservation is
offices around Jackson town Marianna. At the "GhostWalks" kick off at required. Call the TDC at
County, and applications park, there will be draw- 6:30 p.m. Halloween night, 482-8061 or email info@
to receive toys will become ings for door prizes, food Thhrsday, Oct. 31, when visitjacksoncountyfla.com.
available. and refreshments provide "Elizabeth Bellamy" dons Jackson County Tourist
Box locations are listed Ied by Madison's Restau- her wedding dress to tell Development Council Dion the group's website. rant, plus live music from the story of her life, rector Pam Fuqua says the
They can be found by MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN the Cedar Mountain Band On Friday night, sister only cost associated with .
visiting Greenwood- In this 2012 file photo, Tom Perry sets up a Toys for Tots starting at 1 p.m. 'Anne Bellamy" will voice the event is the shuttle FL.ToysforTots.org and collection ox inside the offices of the Jackson County For riders, a donation of the story of how two sis- fee, but any donations the clicking on "Toy Drop- Floridan. a toy at least $15 in Value ters married two brothers, public would like to give
Offs." The list is expected toys are,. only available Dec. 6. All toys will be dis- is all that's required, plus while painting a picture of will be accepted to help to be completely updated at Anchorage Children's tributed'on Dec. 21, start- an additional toy for pas- their complex family lives, build foot bridges at the by Dec. 3, with any addi- Home, located at 4452 ing at 10 a.m. sengers. Cash or check Finally, on Friday, Nov. 2, trail site.
tonal locations added as Clinton' St. in Marianna.. The Toys for Tots mo- donations or equal or those who dare are invited boxes are placed. They will be available torcyole ride will be Nov. greater value will also be to a live paranormal inves- See BELLAMY, Page 9A
Applications to receive Monday througlnoon on 2. Registration starts at accepted.
35THm-ANNuA. StULAN rAx J rESTIVI, Marianna fire hydrant
~A banner crowd flocked
to Sunland on Saturday,. testing begins Monday
when the 35th-annual
fall festival filled the air From staff reports During testing, residents with the sounds f music may encounter some waand laughter. Marianna Fire/Rescue ter discolWeather was perfect Chief Nakeya R. Lovett re- oratioi.
With brisk morning air minds all City of Marianna Chie f
and clear blue skies help- residents that the time Lo vett
ing lure festival-goers to has come for annual fire says this
Sunland's signature event hydrant testing. is normal
in impressive numbers. Hydrant testing will and to run
Attendees were treated commence Monday, Oct. the wato live entertainment, 28, and conclude Friday, ter until
pony rides and carnival Nov. 15.
attractions for the kids, Chief Lovett says the again.
a host of vendors sell- purpose of the tests is so A n y
ing their wares and, of Marianna Fire/Rescue can q u e s
ANGIECOOK/FLORIDAN course, barbecue and "maintain a state of readi- ti o n s?
Pony rides bring smiles, Saturday, at the Sunland Fall Festival.Atop their mighty steed, Aaron other treats. ness" and retain its Insur- Contact Chief Lovett and Lowe, 2, of Tallahassee (left), and Kelsey Mitchell, 3, of Marianna, pause so moms Beth Lowe More photos available online ance Service Office rating Marianna Fire/Rescue at and Stephanie Mitchell can capture the moment with photos. at JCFloridan.com. of 4. 482-2414 or 718-1016.
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I SUNDAY. OCT. 27 Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. dons her weddingdress to tell the story of her life. 1
SAlcohol Anonymous Closed Discusiaon a Magic Comedy Show 6-7 p.m. at the Jackson mile walk or transportation provided byJTrans Publisher -ValeMr Roberts 6:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist County Public Library, 2929 Green Street, $2 leaving from Citizens Lodge in Marianna. Reservroberts@idcfloridan.com Church. 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance Marianna. Free. Call 482-9631. vations required to obtain a bus seat. Call Jackson
Circulation Manager Dena Oberk limited to people with a desire to stop drinking. Aurtgh wtU Anna 6-8 p.m. in the Heritage County Tourist Development Council 482-8061 Cicuato Maage-reaibrstage or email infofvisitjacksoncountyfla.com. '
doberskcfloidan.com a Alcoholcs Anonymous Meeth 8 p.m. in Room of the Blountstown Public Library in Blount- Alcollics Closed discussion
the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, stown. Learn the technique "scratchboard" Call 8 pA is AnonMous Closed discussion. CONTACT US 5429 College Drive. Graceville. 674-8773. a8-9 p.m,.irst United Methodist Church. 2901 CaleCONTACT US 52Cldonia St., Marianna. in the AA room. Atendance
*h852 4 Sh Hghool Projet Graduation limited to people with a desire tdstop drinkingT h 850-526-3614 MONDAY. OCT 28 Wight'sHdlloween haunt"3" 6-9 p.m. 2012 papers will not be signed.
FAX- 850-482-4478 Wilson Ave.. Grand Ridge. $3 per person. Ages 5 and
Enail: edtonalic!lojdarcom Toys for Tots appkicatlofs ,- Anchorage under free.
Children's Home. 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- FRIDAY, NOV. 1
Stmet Addess* plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys A I Ano Op Mee -8-9 R I AYN o
4403 Constituton Lane will be dstributed on Dec.21 starting at 10 a.m. p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist a Toys for Tots applications Anchorage
S Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St.. Marianna. Marianna.FL 32448 Martanna Woman's Club and Lowes Home I- Applications will be taken until noon on Dec.6.
Oce Hom provementFa Conta le Gire "w sho WEDNESDAY. OCT.30 All toys will be distributed on Dec.21 starting at 10
Weekdays.8 am. to 5 pm 10 am. in the Garden Center at Marnna Lowe's WEDNESDAY. OCT 30 a.m.
store. Free but registration suggested Call 209- Toys for Tots applications Anchorage Chipola College Spring Registration 8 a.m. MIS VOID 1M ? 9325 or 569-2227. Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St.. Marianna. Ap- to 3 p.m. For currentstudents with 45 plus hours.
phlications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys Call 718-2211.
You should receive your newspaper no later ~ Parkinson's Support Group Meeting Noon wi)lbe distributed on Dec.21 starting at 10a.m. a Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson than 6 a.m. if rit does not arrive call Circula in the ground-floor clasrornom of Jacson Hospital a Eldercare USDA Food Distribution 8 a.m. County Public Library. Marianna Branch. New and tion between 6 am and noon. Tuesday to Lunch provided. Those diagnosed with Parkinson', Eldercare Services. 2979 Daniels St.. Marianna. All experienced hand crafters welcome to create. Friday. and 7a.rm. to 11 am. onSunday The and their caregivers are invited No cost to partici. 483-3220. share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482Jackson County Floodan (USPS 271-840) pate. Call 718-2661. a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon 9631.
is published Tuesday through Fray and a Martm ULions Club Meetin Noon at Jim's to I p.m in the AA room of First United Methodist Book signing for Loyd Gilbert Gilley- 1-3p.m.
SBuffet & Grill. 4329 Lafayette St.. Marianna Call Church. 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Chipola River Bookand Tea. 4402 Lafayette St.. Sunday mrninmgs. Pod.al postage pad 482-2005 a Jackson Hospital Board of Tstees Finance Marianna. Author of:" Backfield of My Memory"and
at Manna. FL. a Jackson County Tobacco Free PaltnershiJp Committee and Board meetings 5p.m. in the "More Precious Memories:'
Meeting 4:30 p.m. Citizen's Lodge on Caverns classroom at Jackson Hospital in Marianna. Call Bela y Bridge Ghost Walks 6:30-9:30 S11111 11111 R ES Road in Marianna. The organization helps to 718-2629. p.m. at Bellamy Bridge in Marianna. Sister Anne
Home dellwry $11 23 per month: $32 83 educate on the dangers of tobacco and secondhand Bellamy voices how two sisters married two brothfor three months: $6205 for six months smoke and offers assistance to those who THURSDAY. OCT.31 ers and the complex family lives. mile walk or
and $12345 o for rces inc ruggle with nicotine addiction. Call 526-2412 ext. Toys for Tots applications Anchorage transportation provided by JTrans $2 leaving from
and $1235Childrens Home. 4452 Clinton St.. Maanna. A- Citizens Lodge in Marianna. Reservations required
Chiton' reomrve bus2 seat.o Call Jacksona Cont Tors
applicable state and local taxes. Mail a Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys to reservea bus seat. Call Jackson County Tourist subscriptions must be paid in advance Mail 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church. 3975 will be distributed on Dec.21 starting at 10 a.m. Development Council 482-8061 or email info@ subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months: U.S. 90 W.. Marianna. Business meetings are fourth visitiacksoncountyfla.com.
$92.24 for six months: and $184.47 for one Mondays: other Mondays are for projects, lessons S St Anne Thrift Store 9 am. to 1 p.m. St.
and help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638. Anne's Catholic Church. 3009 5th St.. Marianna. a Ce rte Recovery 7p.m. at Evangel Worship
ya.Call 48-334Center.i 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult.
y Sneads High School Project Graduation 4823734 teen meetings to"overcome hurts, habits and
VEJr N ~ Wrght's Halloween haunt "13" 6-9 p.m. 2012 a Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks Iang-ups.' Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
Wilson Ave.. Grand Ridge. $3 per person. Ages 5 and Restaurant. U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC s focus 209-7856573-1131.
The advertiser agrees that the publisher younger free. is the local community, "Community. Children & a Chipola Men's Basketball Classic 8 p.m.
Character:' Call 526-3142. heaMe'BaetllCsic-8pm
shall not be liable for damages arising a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting '-. 8-9 art al 5-3 Chipola plays.
out of errors and advertisements beyond p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Fall Fetival-5-7 p.m. Healthy Families of North Aloholics Annymous Open Meeting 8-9 the amount paid for the space actually Church. 2901 Caledonia St.. Marianna. Florida. 4440 Putnam St., Marianna. No charge. i A hl Anomous Oped Meti 8 the amount paid for the space actually Asking for non-perishable items for Chipola Minis- p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
occupied by that portion of the advertise- tries Food Bank. Church. 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
ments in which the error occurred, whether TUESDAY, OCT.29 Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group
such error is due to the negligence of the a Toys for Tots applications Anchorage 5:30 p.m. at Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board SATURDAY, NOV. 2 Children's Home. 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- Room. Free to attend. Curriculum developed by ex- a Toys for Tots applications Anchorage publisher's employees or otherwise, and plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys smokers fbr those who want tobecome ex-smokers Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Apthere shall be not liability for non-inser- will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m. themselves. Call 482-6500, Tplications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys tion of any advertisement beyond the a St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. a Hollow Him 5:30-8 p.m. at Marianna First Bap- will be distributed on Dec. 21 startingat 10 a.m.
amount paid for such advertisement. This Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. tist Church, 2897 green St., Marianna. Games, food, a Syrup making class 6 a.m. Panhandle Pioneer newspaper will not knowingly accept or Call 482-3734 family fun. Everyone welcome. Free. Sponsored by: Settlement. 17869 NW Pioneer Settlement Rd.
publish illegal materia)of any kind. Advertis- a Pinochle Club Meeting 9:30-11:30 a.m. As- Deliverance Baptist, Eastside Baptist, First Baptist Blountstown. All day class. From cane field to the ing which expresses preference based on cension Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 3975 U.S. and Trinity Baptist. Call 526-4200. bottling of the syrup. Cost $50 requires a $25 legally protected personal characteristics is 90; Marianna. Everyone invited. Call 482-6132. a Sneads High School Project Graduation deposit. Call 674-2777. not acceptable. a Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson.County Senior Wright's Halloween haunt "13" 6-10 p.m. 2012 a Elk's Lodge yard sale 7 a.m. Marianna Elks
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call Wilson Ave., Grand Ridge. $3 per person. Ages 5 and Lodge No. 1516 4607 U. S. 90, Marianna. Arts.and' 482-5028. under free, crafts vendors welcome. VendOr space $10. Vendor
HOW TO GET YOUR a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon a Bellamy Bridge Ghost Walks 6:30-9:30 p.m. responsible for chairs, tables and canopy. Open to,
NEWS PUDUSHED to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist at Bellamy Bridge in Marlanna. Elizabeth Billamy public. Call 573-4351.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box 520. Marianna, FL 32447, news of general interest free of charge, mail firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. Polce Ro Iun dup
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, MARIANNA POLICE Jackson County hitchhiker/pedestrian corn- Jackson Cou
anniversary and birth announcements. ..,a~ VII w omrilfrs
Forms ar available at the Floridan offices DEPARTMENT Sheriff's Ofces plain, t m ia es, CorreCional Fallty
23 medical calls, one traffic
Photographs must be of good quality and The Marianna Police De- The Jackson County Sheriff's crash, two burglar alarms, one The following people were
suitable for print.The Floridan reserves the partment listed the following Office and county fire/rescue panic alarm, one fire alarm, one booked into the county jail right to edit all submissions. incidents for Oct. 24, the latest reported the report of a shooting In area, 26 during the latest reporting
available report: One accident :,;. following traffic stops, one larceny call, periods:
GETING IT RIGHT with unknown injury, one i" E incidents for one criritnal mischief, one a Sara Namber-Veganeh,
The Jackson County Floridan's policy suspicious vehicle, one suspi- --. -.. Oct. 24, the serving papers/ex parte, one 29, 1625 Central Ave., Flagler
is to correct mistakes promptly. To clous incident, one information '. ]M E latest avail- civil dispute, one trespass, one Beach; possession of controlled report an error, please call 526-3614 call, one verbal disturbance, able report: boating accident, one juvenile substance, petit theft (retail).
Monday-Friday. one robbery/strong-arm report, One report complaint, one assault, one a Jabre Gilbert, 24, 4193 Myles
one fire with police response, of a hit-and-run vehicle, one noise disturbance, one animal St., Marianna; violation of state
.... one drug offense, one report of accident (no injury), one ac- complaint (cow), two reports probation.
power lines down, four traffic cident (unknown injury), one of fraud, 14 property/building a Samuei Whittington, 23, 831 stops, one follow-up investiga- report of a stolen vehicle, one checks, one retail theft/shop- Anderson Drive, Alford; postion, one juvenile complaint, abandoned vehicle report, lifting, six calls to assist another session of marijuana (less than
one assault, one animal com- seven suspicious vehicles, two agency, one public service call, 20 grams), possession of drug plaint (dog), one call to assist a suspicious Incidents, three sus- two K-9 deployments, two paraphernalia. motorist/pedestrian, one call picious people, three informa- welfare checks, two transports, a Martha Mallory, 26, 1976 to assist another agency, two tion calls, one clothing escol't, one patrol request, two re- Jackson Ave., Sneads; hold for public service calls, one finger- one highwqy obstruction, ports of threats/harassment, Gadsden County.
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Why are there so many haters?
ols was born at 6:45 ain.
on Oct. 16, at Jackson
eeing someone wealthy family, doesn't win love to have in order to llefs. When there are posi- Hospital in Marianna.
become success- the lottery, isn't involved in reach their goals, shouldn't tive things on an indlvidu- He weighed 8 pounds iful, status wise and .. illegal activi- they be respected for their al's mind, they don't have 12 ounces and was 21.
financially, that you have ties, isn't the stick-to-it ness? time to be a "hater." inches long at birth.
been around as a friend, / winner of There's nothing wrong Some of our teachers, His parents are Brittany
acquaintance, fellow a contest, with wishing we could be nurses and ministers often Duke and Guy Nichemployee or even family hasn't come in a similar position of a make financial sacrifices ols. Grandparents are
member, is hard for many up with a person who is doing well; in order to help others; Guy and Kathy Nichols
people to handle. great inven- but to be jealous and a and their contentment from Clarksville, Sheri
Maybe it's because they 7honuy tion or struck "hater" shouldn't be the from doing so gives them Skinner from Georgia feel that when some- incent oil, their case. Instead of critiquing a good feeling of success. and Robbie Duke from
one else moves forward, MU rPhY chances of others, we should spend There are talented, intel- Blountstown. they're being left behind, being suc- more mental and physical ligent people in our world .................................................
If someone accomplishes cessful financially, without time planning and acting who spend too much time Avery Lynn Davis was goals in life in a legal, fair a strong educational back- toward being successful criticizing, gossiping, and born at 9:11 p.m. on Oct. way, why not be happy for ground, are very slim, in our own waj! How we disliking others: but if they 18, at Jackson Hospital in them? Why are there so It's time to understand determine what we con- concentrated on them- Marianna. She weighed many "haters" in our world and realize that being suc- sider being successful is, selves they could conquer 6 pounds 7 ounces and today? cessful usually takes hard has quite a bit to do with high goals in their lives, was 18/2 inches long at
Sharpening a talent work, sacrifice and deter- how we are raised and our Many folks need to stop birth. Her parents are or reaching for a qual- mination. When we know priorities in life. wasting precious time Jessica and Kenny Davis. ity education is usually a as a fact that someone has When we are raised in a being "haters," and move Grandparents are John must in order to achieve been diligent in their pur- Christian home we may forward by making adjust- and Cindy Burns from the higher levels of success suit of their goals; and has look at things differently ments in their personal Marianna and Kenneth in any occupation. If an denied themselves many than someone raised in a lives that will make them and Martha Davis from individual is not from a of the things they would home with different be- and their families proud. Cypress.
Engagement Horse of the Week ... .
D avis,Clark was born at 8:32 a.m.
on Oct. 21, at Jackson 4
Hospital in Marianna.
He weighed 11 pounds
8 ounces and was 21
inches long at birth. His
parents are Ashly and
Kevin Napper. Grandparents are Sandy and
Billy Miller from Abernant, Ala., and Charlotte
and David Goodwin
Tony and Lisa Davis of Liberty County High School. P a D Spec lis.
Clarksville are pleased to They are both currently in the -ildrel es e,
announce the engagement and Chipola College Nursing forthcoming marriage of their Program. &-ndaughter. Morgan Davis to The wedding will be held WUTTEOPiO- O rthni*,,
Stephen Clark of Marianna. on Saturday. November 23 at This ,-/ iHs
He is the son of Jay and 4 p.m. at the borne of Tony 6 with-obd Afinee Waldnfi HoSe INJ is Tiffany Clark of Marianna. and Lisa Davis in Clarksvi lle. -ed Hopoa Dadaful fhron heI lc ot owl
Morgan is a 2011 graduate All friends and relatives are eerftuay twn M ha been handled from birtand Is very of Blountstown High School. invited to attend. Cal Hidden S~ Horse Rescue at 526-223 to S
lind out how you can adopt t~ -elttleM horse. For more7 Stephen is a 2007 graduate of l n ist loridarle slu111Im tFIrkinto. visit FloHorsee o. Paiet
GAY SPEAKS TO SENIOR FELLOWSHIP ASSOCIATION
S enior Fellowship Associatibn (r122 BEN SAUNDERS, D.M.D.
met Monday for its monthlyPE DIA TIC DENTISTRY
luncheon and meeting. Dr. Joe 4711 Highway 90 East e Marianna, FL
Gay (left) was the guest speaker and (Between Burger King & Big Lots) 526-SPnT
talked on various kinds of dementia.
Emerald Coast Hospice was spotlighted and gave pansies as door
prizes. With Gay is Jerry Conley,
Say it isn't so..
SUMTID VOA N D Y
-9 Is the
'~ ~ October 28th., Love you, Laura '
,l Philip NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE CITY OF MARIANNA
PLANNING & ZONING BOARD OF ITS INTENT TO CONDUCT A PUBLIC MEETING TO REVIEW THE FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS:
Ordinance #1025 amending the City of Marianna Comprehensive
Plan Capital Improvements Element.
IN STORE:Ote Bsns
Ring Sizing, Watch -OhrBsns
Repair, Custom Design,
Pearl Re~tringing, The public meeting will be held in the City Commission Chamberss
Restoration of Marianna City Hall located at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna,
Free Jewelry Cleaning Florida on Monday the 28th of October 2013 at 4:00 p.m.
Est. 1971 ; Comments are encouraged. Anyone desiring information may
mla tso n contact the C;ity, of Marianna Municipal Development Department
.~ R ~ 6.at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida
850 482.4037 ,or contact by phone at (850) 482-2786
850.482.4037r' during regular business hours.L
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hen diagnosed with breast cancer, women inclined to take steps that reduce their risk.
XA are often filled with questions. What is the
TV survival rate? Can breast cancer spread to Stage 0: Though the best breast cancer diagnosis is
other parts of my body? What does this mean for my no diagnosis at all, women diagnosed with stage 0 family? breast cancer can breathe somewhat easy. Stage 0
means the cancer is noninvasive and there is no
Such questions are common, and it's perfectly alright evidence that the cancer cells or the noncancerous Su~" xprc e wihbes anis iuuo naien the cacrcells areeingtonvd
0 and even beneficial for women diagnosed with breast abnormal cells have spread beyond the part of the
cancer to ask as many questions as possible to better breast where they originated. understand the disease. Though each individual's Stage 1: A stage 1 diagnosis means the cancer is experience with breast cancer is unique, upon SaeI tg igoi en h acri
d~gnsisthedoctr wll eterinewhih stge hat invasive, and the cancer cells are beginning to invade cancer is in. Determining the stage of the cancer is normal cells around the breast tissue, Hbwever, a a is in stage 1 diagnosis means the lymph nodes have not
based oxl: been invaded.
o the size of tle cancer Stage 11: Stage II is divided into the subcategories
if the cancer is invasive or noninvasive of HA or JIB. A stage IIA diagnosis can mean any of
whether or not the cancer is in the lymph nodes the following: if the cancer, has spread to other parts of the body no tumor has been found in the breast, but cancer cells are in the lymph nodes under the arm; or
Upon diagnosis, the doctor will also discuss if the
the tumor in the breast is 2 c~m or smaller and has cancer is local, regional or distant. Local means the spedttely hnosudrteam;r
cancer is confined to the breast, while regional means spread to the lymph nodes under the arm; or 1'. the cancer has spread to the lymph nodes, most likely the tumor in the breast is between 2 to 5 cm but has
those in the armpit. If the dq ctor says the cancer is I not spread to the lymph nodes under the arm. distant, that means, it has been found in other parts of, the body. If the tumors involve the breast skin, the A stage JB diagnosis means the cancer is invasive undtrlyizg chest structures, have changed the and.
brei 's shape, and enlarged the lymph nodes, the the tumor is between 2 to 5 cm and has spread to d r will then likely determine the cancer is locally the lymph nodes under the arm; or advanced orregionally a- the tumor is larger than 5 cm but has not spread to Survival rat have increased dramatically over the the lymph nodes under the arm last 30 years. Much of this is thanks to research, but Stage m: Si to stage II, a stage II diagnosis increased awareness of breast cancer has, also played wiop M imila to stage ut stage I a role in thesis y imp ed survival will be divided into subcategories. But stage
Part of that awareness includes taking steps as a breast c will be diagnosed as liA, IIB or IIIC. young woman to reduce risk for least cin tteps In stage IlA breast cancersuch as adopting a healthier diet, learning about no tumior' is found, but cancer has been found in the family hWiy with breast cancer and undergoing lymph nodes under the arm; these lymph nodes will routine checkups can greatly improve a woman's ,be ctukbed together or sticking to other structures or chances of beating breast cancer. Survival rates the cancer may have spread to lymph nodes near the deen a a host of factors, including bratbn; or
the eo spreadr a
da gosis. Woten at the cancr is anysize and has to spread to the
udand ten wgof lympb nodes under the arm, which are clumped
cancer and the role tetr and sticking to other structures
they play in surviving A stage I11B diagnosis means:
the diease might be -the cancer may be any size and has spread to the
di eskin of bast and/or the chest wall; and
the cancer may have spread to the lymph
nodes under the arm. where they will be clumped together or sticking to other i"structure; or the cancer may have sl, Ad to
friend dSymptoms breast cancer can
a include reddening of a significant portion of
the breast skin, swelling of the breast and a
warm feeling at the touch.
A stage IwC diagnosis means:
e there may be no sign of cancer in the breast
if the there is a tumor, it can be any sLze and
may have spread to the chest wall and/or the
skin of the breast; and
f the cancer has spread to the lymph nodes
above or below the collarbone; and
the cancer may have spread to the lymph nodes
under the arm or near the breastbone.
b r e a s t J Stage IV- A stage IV diagnosis means the cancer
has spread beyond the breast and local lymph
nodes to other organs of the body. This can include : the skin, bones, liver, lungs, distant lymph nodes,
or even the brain.
A stage IV diagnosis might be a recurrence of a
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growth on the other end of our economic model.
Thousands of people are still struggling right at or
miserably below the poverty level in this community.<6 This segment of our residents makes an impact in Tallahassee as it pertains to schools, child care, workforce
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To get a glimpse of how those who struggle trying to
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Volunteers will be given the chance to see how it is
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a daily basis. Volunteers will assume the role of people ___________________________________________in need of assistance and there will be those on hand __________________________________________representing agencies. It can be valuable to existing
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The goal is to help agencies of the United Way and
others to understand what is needed in our community,
what pitfalls those seeking help experience on a daily flhe Senate and House had not ___ final rush to pass the Gang of Eight
basis and what are some of the decisions they must even settled the fihal details bill. But that didn't make the Gang's
make from month to month. I of ending the government solution any more attractive to
This is a sensitive area, but one that must continue to shutdown before President Obams House conservatives. "I think there
be addressed if this community is going to continue to was on to his next priority. "We still would be overwhelming opposimake headway on helping to remove people from the need to pass a law to fix our broken d_____________ ton from within the ranks to going
poverty roles. immigration system," Obama said to conference with the Gang of
Free participation programs like the one this evening on the night of Oct. 16 as Capitol 1v.,.,b Eight bill," one conservative House
can help sensitize us to this issue and also create inter- Hill scrambled to end the standoff. member said in an email exchange.
est in working to address the needs.' In case anyone missed it, the next "Indeed, this would be way more
_______________________________ morning he declared: "We should GOP members throughout even divisive than the last four weeks
finish the job of fixing our broken the craziest days of the shutdown have been for the House GOP" contact Your reew ai-es immigration system." and default fights. They report. The conservatives seek to avoid a
Thr' doubt the president some progress. Yes, the most scenario in which the House passes Fiii ~gS~biwants an immigration deal; he's conservative House Republicans some sort of immigration bill, goes
talked about it for years, and now are mostly against them. But those to conference with the Senate, and Stfte Mp. Mwul Calm%, R-O)WWc 5 can't put it off until another term. with a libertarian bent are more comes out of the negotiations with
District Office: But could the Republican-con- open to the cause. The aide says a bill that looks a lot like the Gang
Administration Building. Room 186 trolled House of Representatives reformers have had good meetings of Eight's. 'Everyone has seen the
Chipola College exhausted, dazed and confused "with a few of those guys who were bad faith exhibited by Obamna and
3094 Indian Circle after -the self-inflicted battering of with Ted Cruz at Tortilla Coast," re- (Senate Majority Leader Harry)
Marianna, FL 32446-1701 the last few weeks actually get ferring to the House conservatives Reid during this fiscal fight, and I
C 850-718-0047 itself together to pass a reform bill who met with the Texas senator rcan't imagine anyone making the
www.MyFloridaHouse.gov to go along with the Gang of Eight at a Washington, D.C. restaurant case that a final (immigration)
bill the Senate already passed? and ended up holding out longest product would reflect conserva* Stait SaL Doe 0mb, R-Ndfllt 1 The prospect alone makes some against a deal to end the shutdown. tive principles in any fashion," the
District Office: observers laugh. "People talk- But the problem for reform- lawmaker says. "Reid has all but
4300 Legendary Drive ing about immigration being ers is not the fractiousness of said thdt no matter what the House
Suite 230 next: have you been watching the House Republicans, although that passes the Senate will simply jam
Destin, FL 32541 House?" tweeted National Reviews doesn't help. The problem is that the Gang of Eight bill through a
850-897-5747 Jonathan Strong during the worst the reformers have never found a conference committeee"
Quz 866-450-4366 (toll free) of the shutdown battle, adding the way to balance the border security That skepticism is probably
www.FLSenate.gov hashtag "#craziness." In this (en- demands of conservatives with shared by a large nuipber of House
tirely reasonable) view, there's no the reformers' demand for quick Republicans, perhaps enough to Qj, gu'g way the fractured GOP could ever legalization of the 11 million-plus kill any reform proposal. But the
unite to pass such a far-reaching immigrants currently in the United reformers, led by Obamna, are still U.S Ap. Stev Southutin K, R-2 piece of legislation. States illegally The conserva- trying. They have the Senate bill
1229 Longworth House Office Building But that doesn't keep immigra- tives must have security first, and in their pocket. They have nearly
Washington, DC 20515 tion reformers from trying and then legalization (and even then, unanimous Democratic support
202-225-5235 hoping. "There is still a window," some won't ever support reform). plus a significant number of Re@RepSoutheriand says one House GOP aide involved The reformers won't wait until publicans. They have the support
www.Southerland.House.gov in crafting a reform proposal. "The security is in place before starting of powerful interest groups. And
Sotmldleadership has salid keep working legalization, they have money, money, money.
U.&. SaL = Ndm D-1L, on it arnd see what you can do." The Senate papered over the
716 Hart Senate Office Building Republican immigration propo- problem by throwing billions of Byron York ischief political correspondent for
Washington, DC 20510 nents have been quietly talking to dollars at border security in the The Washington Examiner.
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Magic and comedy
show at public library
Special t the Floridan
The Jackson County
Public Library invites children and their families to
an evening of magic and
laughter with Vernon and
Margaret Linton as they uINrnuIoH0o
present their Magic and The Cottondale High School Class of 1963 gathered for Its 50th reunion.
OonF2dy6d. Cottondale High School Class
The fun begins 'nIesday,
Oct. 29, at 6 p.m. in the
The Linton's humor- of 1963 e
ous magic show will beof 1963'celebrates reunion
performed In the chil-dren's area of the Main Special to the Floridan in Florida. lene (Naysier) Johnson,
library, 2929 Green St., Everyone enjoyed a time Margie (Hargrove) Greenin Marianna. Admission The class of 1963 of of fellowship and sharing man, Frances Brock, Jean
is free. Space is limited Cottondale High School, lots of class memories. (Mayo) Lingston, Judy
so come early to'ensure a Cottondale, celebrated Those attending were (Griffin) Saunders, Rene
good seat for your suIaMlInnoMoro its 50th class reunion on Roger Jackson, Less Gris- (Cantledge) Tharpe and
children. Magician Vernon Unton with some of his young audience at Sept. 14. The group met sett, David Shores, Eudow Elaine (Mayo) Whitehead.
Children of all ages, one of his Magic Comedy Shows. at The Oaks Restaurant Scurlock, Richard Davis, They plan to meet again
as well as their parents, "Come see the tricks, attendance will receive a in Marianna for dinner. Jerry Eldridge, Donald nextyear. will enjoy the humor and and get a treat," said Chil- magic-related surprise. 'lWenty-two class mem- Gauck, Jimmy Cloud, Amemorialtable was set the magic. This is the Li- dren's Program Manager For more informa- bers attended, along Ronald Whitfield, Tanny up in memory of the four
brary's Halloween-related Lynne Lowenthal. tion, call the library at with their spouses, with (Davis) Huschka, Ann classmates who passed
activity for this year. The first 50 children in 482-9631 some coming from as far (Charles) Fisher, Martha away since graduation.
away as Roanoke, Va.1'Wo (IHenley) Euford, Barbara They were Bill Barber, Alteachers, Mr. and Mrs. (Gainer) Elmore, Carol vin (Buck) Davis, Malvern IES IL -Wayne Saunders, were (Kent) Chanselor, Pat (Buddy) Obert and Elaine
LAD I AUX ILIA RY also able to attend. This (Tauton) Bowman, Mer- (Shores) Daniels.
class was the first group
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'Little Tony'guilty of murder in Florida slaying
The Associated Press But we never lost faith." hei. piece of the pie," Ca- One of them, Peter "Bud"
The murder occurred vanagh said In a closingar- Zuccaro, is in the witness FORT LAUDERDALE, ,during an increasingly ac- gumnent. "It's also about no protection program after
Anthony "Little'Tony" Fer, rimopious dispute over regard flor human life." turning on his Gambino
rari was convicted Friday StuCruz, which Boulis Moscatiello, 75, is also confederates; he testiof first-degree murder and had sold a few months ear- charged with murder but fied under the false name
murder conspiracy in the lier to businessman Adam got a mistrial when hisat- "Nick DiMaggio." Zuccaro
2001 gangland-style slay- Kidan and his partner, torney became ill. Pros- said he had committed nuing of a well-known South once-powerhouse lobbyist ecutors said they will retry merous violent acts over a
Florida businessman in a Jack Abramoff. Boulis had Moscatiello at a later date. long mob career and that
case that featured profes- kept a 10 percent stake A third defendant, James Moscatiello had offered
sional hit men, a bitter in the lucrative 11-ship "Pudgy" Fiorillo, pleaded him $100,000 to kill Boulis,
fight over lucrative casino fleet and wanted to regain guilty to murder conspir- which he refused.
gambling ships and a cor- control. acy charges and testified The actual Boulis hit
rupt Washington lobbyist. Kidan testified he con- against both Ferrari and man, John "J.J." Gurino,
The jury returned the ., tacted Moscatiello, whom Moscatiello. He will likely was later shot and killed
verdict after just over he said was a member of be sentenced to the six in a dispute with a Boca
seven hours of delibera- Aso:AImrss NewYork's Gambino crime years he has already spent lRaton deli owner. Before
tion in the death penalty Anthony "Little Tony" Ferrari is handcuffed after being found family, for protection and in jail. that, witnesses said he had case. They had beep se- guilty Friday in the 2001murder of Gus Boulls. for his mob connections. The cast of witnesses in- bragged about being the questered since testimony Ferrari, witnesses said, was cluded convicted felons, "SunCruz Kid" and that he
began Sept. 30. Lauderdale street. justice," he said after the Moscatiello's main opera- admitted mob enforcers had gotten "the work" from
Ferrari, 56, was accused Jurors will return Dec. verdict. tive in South Florida and and professional killers. Moscatiello.
along with Anthony "Big 16 for the penalty phase Ferrari showed no reac- even claimed to be related Tony" Moscatiello of or- of the trial. Circuit Judge tion and his attorney did to the infamous Gambino chestrating the slaying Ilona Holmes is not bound not comment to report- "Teflon Don," John G(;otti. of former SunCruz Casi- by the jury's recommenda- ers. Some members of the Both Ferrari and Moscanos owner Konstantinos tion on the death penalty Boulis family broke down tiello had well-paying Sllun"Gus" Boulis. Trial testi- but must give it great legal in tears as the long-run- Cruz contracts with Kidan mony showed that Bou- weight, said Assistant State ning case neared its end. in charge, arrangements lis, 51, was fatally shot Attorney Brian Cavanagh. Boulis' nephew, Spiro that Cavanagh said they by a mob hit man Feb. 6, "We are grateful that Naos, said the family was were willing to kill Boulis. 2001, after the car he was justice has been done. At "full of emotion." to keep, driving was blocked in by least his family has some "We've all been waiting "This is a case about : O
another vehicle on a Fort substantial measure of 12'/2 for this," Naos said. greed. Muscling in to get
Democrats will rally against Scott
TheAssociated Press party didn't allow her to Crist isn't expected to to celebrate the accomspeak. announce his plans at the plishments of our party
LAKE BUENA VISTA But former Gov. Charlie Florida democratic 'Varty and get fired up to defeat
Florida Democrats are Crist, a Republican turned conference being held at Rick Scott and move Florholding a weekend confer- Democrat, will be mak- Walt Disney World. That ida forward in 2014," said encethat theyseeasa rally ing his presence known, will likely'come-after the state party Chair Allison to defeat Republican' Gyov. speaking at caucus meet- month ends. Tlant.
Rick Scott in the 2014 elec- ings and working the The party said the event Republicans were schedtion though the person crowd. is designed to build off utiling several events in the
many see as the best hope Crist has already created the momentum of the area to try to take ,some at defeating him isn't a a website asking loridi- 2012 election year, when attention away from the candidate yet. ans to share their thoughts Plresident Barack, Obama Democrats, including
Former state Sen. Nan with him. Along with it is a carried Florida and the neighborhood canvassing Richwillbetheonlyguber- video that attacks the cur- state's D)emocrats made in Orlando by Republinatorial candidate speak- rent administration and gains in Congress and the can volunteers on Saturing at the conference, un- counters Rick Scott's "It's Legislature. day. Scott plans to speak like a major fundraising working" catchphrase by "This weekend. 1,500 to a Republican women's dinner in June when the saying. "It's not working." Democrats are gathering group Sunday morning.
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af$ to u e u violated policies, children in our care." Sipes fr e mwie ro)rtWhile these policy said. "\s an organization,
FORT MYERS Two violations did not cause we are working side by
child welfare caseworkers the death of Michael. ISF side with law enforcement have been fired after the will not rest until all ques- and state authorities to death of a 3-year-old boy tions are answered so we get to the bottom of how in southwest Florida.
The Lee County Sheriff's
Office said 45-year-old
Donella Trainor tightly ...PLY4 FATS
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said the family was known Sat (E)- 10/26 -6-6-3 5-7-0-7 Not available to theth and was receiv- Sat (M) 1-2-5 7-9-14
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Johnson at Marianna First Assembly some colorful toppings. Put the chocolate in a
of God. The family will re- Just try not to be scared off medium bowl and set it
Reverend Robert Preston ceive friends Monday, from by the time it takes to put over a pan of barely simlohnson, age 72 of Starke, 2:00 PM(CST) until time of these babies together. mering water. Stir until
passed away Wednesday, services at 3:00 PM(CST) at Ca mel, Chocoiate the chocolate is smooth
October 23, 2013. He was the church in Marianna.
born November 16, 1940 to Etomb ent will follow in and Candy Apples and melted. Using a fork,
the late Robert Joel and Pinecrest Memorial Gar- Ingmdlents drizzle the melted chocoTula Inez McCoy lohnson dens in Mariana, FL. Vegetable oil cooking late over the caramel Put
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ford and Alachua Counties. J. Sapp sprinkles spray it with vegetable combine the caramel thoroughly before using.
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merce. Reverend Johnson 24,2013.
will berlemembered as fiv- J State Briefs
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was tin avid University of Funoxaer l CaHomeecr
wras a avi nverityoe Maddox Chapel Cos Gur de ae Western Caribbean next December. TheBroward Sheriff's Office reFlorida Gator fan, enjoyed 4tThe AIDAmar a 2,194-passonger ports 76-year-old Gloria Icilda Dorfishing, and his grandchil- Mariaea r F 32446 ship that first launched last year, man Lee of Coral Springs crashed
dren were the love of his M a 2446 PENSACOLA The Pensacola- will sail seven cruises out of Tampa into a North Lauderdale home
life. with hp n based Coast Guard cutter Cypress is starting in 2015. Friday #fternoon.
he was p in death decked out for Halloween. Lee told deputis she swerved to
byh e of33 yJoe Sheffield The crew of the 225-foot ship St :rarcW =r avoid an oncoming vehicle and that
ty Bradle ohyso Went all out in decorating the vessel T .or" t I her brakes failed. She said she then
ty Bradley Johnson. I as a haunted ship. The ship will be overcorrected and drove her Toyota
Reverend Johnson is sur- Service of Remembrance oe ar notebc ftehue
vived by his wife of 16 will be at 6 pm, Monday, open for tours Saturday night. SILVER SPRINGS- State officials a rintothebackofthehouse. years, Marian Sykes John- October Q8, 2013 at Sneads Last year, more than 2,200 people will no longer allow a trapper to Tania Blake was in the horne with son, daughters, Michelle 'Assembly of God Church. visited the ship during the Hallow- snare wild monkeys from a central her three children at the time of the Renee Johnson Waldron Memorization will be by een tours. Florida state park and sell them to crash.,
and husband, Larry of Ma- cremation with fames and The Pensacola News Journal research laboratories. Blake and her daughter were
rianna and Dara June Sikes Funeral Home Mad- reports that the tours are free, but A Department of Environmental taken to University Hospital along Johnson Boyd and hus- dox Chapel directing. the crew is encouraging visitors to Protection spokesman told the with the driver of the vehicle. All
band, Jeff of SL Augustine, bring cans of non-perishable food Tampa Bay Times the agency is three were treated and have been
step-children. Steve Sykes to donate to a local food pantry. looking for other ways to deal with released.
and wife, Tracy, David The ship features a giant spider the invasive species.
Sykes and wife, Suzanne alels chp wd
ofThomasville, GA and De- climbing up the hull, a grim reaper Trapper Scott Cheslak has Tom C wlh
bra Sykes Adams of Santa on the deck and knife-carrying captured about 700 ofthe rhesus
Rosa Beach. a brother. Rev- clowns in the narrow halls. macaques monkeys with state per- 13131tlimmg
erend John T. Johnson and mission over the past decade. FORT MYERS -A Houston man
a sister, In ,ohnson Sull- A-n I c The monkeys are a popular sight hasbeen arrested at a southwest
van, grandchildren. Loren for tourists at the Silver River State Forida hotel on human trafficking
Robert Waldron. Juliana fto Park They have been in the area charges.
Boyd, leffrey Boyd, Michael TAMPA Germany's largest since the 1930s, though no one is The Lee County Sheriff's Office
Waldron. Victoria Boyd cruise line will launch two of Its certain'exactly how they arrived. says Sael Nadniel Williams was
and Jacqueline Boyd, step- "casual cruising" ships from the arrested Saturday at the Travel
grandchildren, Blake oed
Midlr ad wfeAsheyPort of Tarpa In 2014, expanding Lodge in Fort Myers
Midler and wife, Ashley.,hne
Alex Midler, Angela Sykes vacationers' travel options across Investigators say Williams forced
Kennedy, Courtney Ste- the CaUribbean. | w U a female victim to engage in
phens, Natalie Stephens, Artc Design Unlimedl Inc. AIDA Cruises, a subsidiary of Car- NORTH LAUDERDALE -Three prostitution by advertising services Austin Sykes, Alyson Sykes Your Loca FlorIst and Gifts nival Corp. & PLC, will homeport people were treated for minor injut- online. and Stephen Sykes. 2911 Jefferson St. Marnanna AIDAvita, a 1,266-passenger ship, in ries after a car plowed into a South
Funeral services will be 80-372-446 Tampa and begin cruising the Forida home. From wire reports
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Orleans," she said.
Diane Roberts, a professor All types of people go on
ofliterature at Florida State the ghost tours, said RobUniversity and author. of erts, the literature profesboo)& on Southern Iltera- sor who also does the Penture and culture. sacola tours.
She believes the region "You always get some
has produced so many fa- who are there to hear a
mous authors with a focus good story and they don't
on the supernatural be- believe in ghosts. You get
cause the South has such a people who are very, very
deep and conflicted past. much into hoping they are
"Ghosts can be a meta- goin to see something,"
phor and the South has she said. "It is just kind of
histry f gindng ovetyPeople navigate the darkened halls (above) of the Pensacolafu an itsHloe.
slavery, war and genocide Ughithouse keeper's quatr (rlght) as the pticllit. in th Who doesn't like a good
of native people," she said ghost tour In Pensacla. ghost story?"
"We are collectively very Roberts' favorite stories
guilty and haunted by our the dead. stories are popular all over include the story of Penpast in this region." "Thaese were our neigh- the world, but I thInk there ,sacola's Dr. Eugenio AntoTamara Roberts, a long- bors, our people so to is a little of something nio Sierra, who was buried
time guide for ghost tours speak," said Roberts, as she in the South that to. me in St. Michael's Cemetery
organized by the Pen- weaved her way through goes back to family and in 1849 after he lived to 99.
sacola Historical Society, the rows Of tombstones at community." Dr. Sierra used a guillotine
agrees there is something St. Michael's Cemetery in Pensacola dates to the to perforin amputations
special about Southerners downtown Pensacola on a 1559 when Tr"istan De [+on patients in his home and their relationship with recent afternoon. "Ghost Luna and his Spanish fleetI office.+
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standinm + g in Flrd ,la- beaches. De Luna's briefly of the wealthy Charbonier
my Brdeturns 100 next :attempted to build a set- ,siblings who were buried
yar. TJo commemorate :tlement, but it was washed than Halloween hype. tours in. downtown Mobile in a family plot at St. MiFrom Page IA teoccasion, the TDC is away in hurricane, Pol experience for more than 20 years. She chaer's in the 1800s. One
planning several activities "Pensacola is such an old things and they love to says people claim they still sibling was jilted in marBellamy Bridge Heritage and needs volunteers to city and there are lots of share their stories(" she hear the man's ghost mak- riage and another went inTrail opened in ()cto- help out. For information ghost stories around here," said. ing noises from the up- sane from syphilis.
ber 2012, a joint project about how you can help, isaid Wendi Davis, coordi- In Mobile, th~e story of a stairs bedroom where he Despite being so Intlbetween the Northwest contact the TDC. nator of the historical soct- downtown mansion owner was slain. mate with the scary stories,
Florida Water Manage- For more lore, visit Bel- ety's ghost tours. The ghost murdered inside his Sealed Nearby 'New Orleans is Roberts says ghosts don't ment District, Jackson lamyBridge.org and learn !tours are the society's bIg- and boarded up residence, well known for its connec- frighten her. County and Friends of the tale of the ghost of !gest fundraiser and draw is a favorite of Carol P'e- tion with the paranormal, "Actually It's more the IRS Bellamy Bridge. Bellamy Bridge. :hundreds of people. terson, CEO of Bay City but Peterson said she be- and spiders and things like
The oldest steel-frame F or once you d~o, never i However, Davis says Convention & Tours, Inc. lieves Mobile actually has that, that I think are scary," structure of its kind still will it leave you. : there is more to the tours She has conducted ghost a stronger haunted history she said.
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BY DUSTIN KENT a game that wasn't as close as the season average. defensively for Trenton with an a 19-yard TD pass, his first email@example.com final score indicates. Trenton (6-1) finished as state interception of a Williams pass tempt of the game.
Senior Tigers quarterback Ste- runner-up last season and is on the third play of the game, After a punt by MHS, Trenton The Marianna Bulldogs played phen Smith completed againconsideredamong with Adams finding the end zone needed just two plays to make it
.their best game of the season last 4-of-4 passes for 76 the strongest contend- four plays later.to put the Tigers 28-0 when Adams burst through
week in a 43-19 win over Walton, yards and three touch- ers to make a run at a up 7-0 just 3:09 into the game. the middle of the defense and
and they'll play their most im- downs and Melvin Ad- state title, ranking fifth OnMarianna'snextseries, Pow- came clear for a 60-yard TD
portant game next week against ams rushed 12 times in the state coming in. ell again picked offWilliams on a run to make it 28-0 with 4:31 to
Florida High in Tallahassee. for 133 yards and three That ranking could fourth-and-5 play near midfield halftime.
In between those two was a touchdowns to lead the be headed north after and again the Tigers converted The Bulldogs finally made a
classic "trap game" against IA way for Trenton. Friday's performance, it into points with an Adams big play offensively on the ensupower Trenton, and if the Bull- The defense also came up as the Tigers jumped on Marian- touchdown run, this one from 27 ing series, as Roderick Copeland dogs were caught looking ahead big for the Tigers with three in- na right from the start, jumping yards out to make it 14-0. took a short bubble screen from or behind Friday night at home, terceptions and held the Bull- out 28-0 and making it a running Trenton went up 21-0 midway Williams and raced 46 yards the Tigers made them pay dearly dogs to just 125 yards rush- clock in the fourth quarter. through the second period when for it, routing Marianna 49-27 in ing or 127 yards below their Jacquez Powell got it started Smith hit Nic Higginbotham on See BULLDOGS, Page 2B
sHs Jay outlasts CHS
Team sets eyes on state tourney
BY DUSTIN RENT
The Sneads Lady Pirates completed another
perfect district season Thursday night with a
four-set victory over the Blountstown Lady Tigers in the District 2-1A championship game in
Sneads made it four district titles in a row by
knocking off BHS by scores of 25-18,'23-25, 2513, and 25-10.
The win means the Lady Pirates will host
their IA Regional Semifinal playoff game Nov. 5
against Bethlehem, while Blountstown will have
to open on the road against District 1 champion
Thursday's victory marked the first time that
a team has taken a set from Sneads in league
play, though;Lady Pirates coach Sheila Roberts
said she was still very pleased with her team's
"I thought we played great. We came out pretty PHOTO BY HALEY BOGGS/FOR THE FLORIDAN
solid from the beginning," she said. "We had a Jay running back Braden Cross fights for extra yardage while being tackled by Cottondale defenders during a game Friday few too many errors earlyin the (second) game, night in Cottondale. for everything and really hustifig'dndigging gLate rally by, R y toridale got the lead with a 1-yard tdpi the game away.
but, egeye alond rewa.lit. usey werefgting al "... by 'S ....... .. a two-point.......
out a lot of balls that were coming back. They re- touchdown run and a two-point Calhoun was spectacular in defeat
allystepped up their game. gives conversion by Justin Klotz to make for the Hornets, finishing with 211
SgVSCotto dae it 8-7. rushingyardson22 carries with four
See SHS, Page 2B Another rushing touchdown by touchdowns, while Klotz completed
losses in 4 games Calhoun, who then converted the -of-15 passes for 105 yards
two-point play himself, put the Hor- Up next for Cottondale is a huge BY DUSTIN KENT nets up 16-7 in the second quarter. district contest against arch rival
firstname.lastname@example.org But the Royals answered with a Graceville in a game that will, along pair of touchdowns before halftime with Friday's Sneads vs. Vernon The Jay Royals scored a pair of late to take a 22-16 edge into the break. game, decide the Hornets' postseatouchdowns in a fourth quarter rally In the third period, Calhoun son fate. Friday night to take a 39-28 road vic- scored on a run from 5 yards out to -At 2-1 in District 2 competition, tory.ovydr the Cottondale Hornets. tie the game, with Jay kicking a field Cottondale can assure itself of at With the win, the Royals (4-4) goal to go back up 25-22 before the least a three-way shootout for the bounced back from a disappointing Hornets regained the lead on the district's two playoff spots 'and can 21-13 district road loss to the Baker very next play with a 63-yardTD run clinch a berth outright with a win Gators last week that knocked them by Calhoun.. combined with a Sneads loss to
out of playoff contention. But the final quarter belonged to.. Vernon.
For Cottondale, it was the third the Royals, who went up with along. The Hornets can still get in the loss in the last four games-to knock touchdown pass fromTate Upton to playoffs with a loss should Vernon the Hornets back to 5-4 on the year. go back ahead 32-28 and sealed the beat Sneads and force a three-way SUBMITTEDPHOTO Jay got on the board first to go winwith alate interception followed tie for second with Cottondale, The Sneads Lady Pirates won the District 2-1A up 7-0 in the first period, but Cot- by a touchdown in the final minute Sneads and Graceville at 2-2. championship match Thursday night ,against
Blountstown in four sets.
Sneads Football Marianna Middle School Football
Pirates struggle in sloppy Bullpups fall to Sharks in season finale
BY DUSTIN KENT on their next series to put the game away.
dkent@Jcfloridan.com "We held our Own in the first half; they
,, just kind of wore us down in te second The Marianna Middle School Bullpups half," Marianna coach Brad Cross said. BY DUSTIN KENT of the season, but not enough to leave hadtheir six-gamewinningstreaksnapped "We had a lot of guys going both ways, and
email@example.com Sneads coach Bill Thomas with any- Thursday night in Port St. Joe, falling to that eventually got to us. It would've been thing but a sour taste. the Sharks 32-14 in the regular season nice to have our full complement (of playThe Sneads Pirates will play the big- "We played like crap. We were. ter- finale. ers), but I was proud of the guys who were
gest game of their season next week fible. We played sloppy on both sides After a scoreless first period, Port St. on the field to fight like that. They were all against the Vernon Yellowjackets. of the ball, and its my fault. I couldn't Joe got on the board with a touchdown fighting them hard." If they have any chance of winning get them focused this week," he.said. in the second, but Marianna came back MMS was without running backs/linethat one and earning a playoff berth, 'All we focused op was Vernon. We with a 50-yard touchdown run by Deoritre backersWerleanPollockand Curtis Screen, they'll need a significantly greater ef6 talked about Vrnon more than we Rhynes to tie it up 6-6. who missed the game with concussions. fort than the one they put in Friday in did (North Bay Haven). We weren't The Sharks got a score right before the The team's top rusher, Pollock, missed Panama City. excited for the game and we played half to make it 12-6 and took controlin the the final four games of the season, and the
A week after rolling up district foe sloppy." second half with two scores to start the Bullpups finished the year with a record of
Wewahitchka 53-14 to move to 2-1 in The Buccaneers scored first with a third to make it 26-6. 6-2, losing their opener and finale, both
league play and on the cusp of a return touchdown in the first period to go up Marianna answered with a 25-yard against undefeated teams. to the postseason after a decade-long 7-0, with Sneads tying it up on a 30- touchdown pass from Elliot Hollon to Marianna had high hopes of an undeabsence, the Pirates struggled mightily yard touchdown pass from Alphonso Blake Angerbrandt, with the two-point feated season when the year began, but all with a one-win North Bay Haven club, Brown to Devante Pettus to tie the conversion cutting the margin to 26-14 things considered, Cross said he was very turningithe ball over seven times and game up, with the score remaining 7-7 early in the fourth. happy with what his group accomplished
needing a blocked extra point in the through halftime. Port St. Joe fumbled on the next posses- in 2013.
fourth quarter to hang on. sion, but M IS couldn't capitalize and had
It was enough to get their fourth win See PIRATES, Page 5B to punt it back to the Sharks, who scored See BULLPUPS, Page 5B
No.7 Miami avoids
upset with late score
to beat Wake Forest.
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Miami holds off Wake with late score
ThekssodatodPhess Ithn 3 mnutes against 4:30'remaining. On the
i" ottondale the Hurricanes, and still next snap, he found Gib#tGrcevife,7p.m4 MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. dropped their fifth straight son on the right sideline,
a 7p,% Duke Johnson ran for in the series, linebacker lyrone Corgoein at two fourth-quarter touch- Antonio Crawford's in- nelius wound up missing
g6:30 p.m. downs, the second a 1 -yard terception sealed the tvin on the tackle, and Gibson
plunge with 53 seconds with 37 seconds left for took off on a 44-yard play
men's left, as No. 7 Miami rallied Miami, which was play- that put the Demon Deatwice to beat Wake Forest ing its first game since cons up 21-17 with 4:02
24-21 on Saturday and re- the NCAA investigation left.
The ld ill main unbeaten. into the Nevin Shapiro But for the second
l*qular season Friday Johnson finished with scandal ended earlier in straight game, Miami
homeagainstEast 168 yards on 30 car- the week culminat- found a way to get a win
orita at 8p.m. ries for the Hurricanes .. -, .- ing a 2/-year saga for the in the final moments, and
(7-0, 3-0 Atlantic Coast [ffAs.oc,^O'nrs Hurricanes. matched their best start
Ap* oftl Conference), Miami's Duke Johnson (8) Is tackled by Wake ForesT's Kevin After-Johnson's first score since 2003.
Tanner Price's 44-yard Johnson (9) during the game Saturday In Miami Gardens, Fla. of the game put Miami up Price threw for 302 yards touchdown pass to Domi- Miami won 24-21. 17-14 late in the fourth, and Michael Campanaro
OdxlpoI nique Gibson with 4:02 quarter, Wake Forest found had 10 catches for 88 yards
remaining put Wake For- Miami unbeaten heading to 1-53 all-time against Fop an answer. for the Demon Deacons.
est on top, but the'Hur- into next week's show- 10 teams the lone win Price connected with Jar- Stephen Morris threw for ricanes went 73 yards on down at No. 3 Florida coming exactly 67 years ed Crump for an 11-yard 191 yards for Miami, indo be1p their next 10 plays, with State. ago Saturday. The Demon gain on 4th-and-5 from cluding a touchdown pass
Johnson scoring to keep Wake Forest (4-4, 2-3) fell Deacons trailed for less the Wake Forest 45 with to Herb Waters.
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SIflile Ft Run SH S most impressed the Lady ter except Pickens were establish the program and I've been completely sucSH S iPirates' long time head in action Thursday night, all the hard work they've cessful here until we reach
coach. with Sneads appearing to put into it," Roberts said. that. That's in the heart of a
FromPageB 11"We're so well-rounded finally get healthy at just "But for me, I keep think- coach or an athlete; you're "It was a hard-fought set, this year. We have more of- the right time. ing that this is all great, always striving for more. v but we came out the next fensive threats now than "It's wonderful," the but it just won't feel com- I'm proud of the success two and played very well. I I've ever had at Sneads," coach said. "When I look plete until a state banner we've had, but it doesn't felt confident in opr ability Roberts said. "In past years, down my bench and see is- up there. I won't feel feel complete yet." to outmatch Blountstown I've had one or two real of- the girls that aren't starting just because I feel like we fensive threats, but now I or are not in the lineup and have a little more depth, have Ashlyn Roberts, Lo- they're all such great play- 0 0
especially offensively. Our gan Neel, Krissi Satterfield ers. I've got some depth, serving was very aggres- all in double-digit kills and some good kids sitting sive, and I was just very Emily Glover close to it. over on the bench. Our. V, A happy with the rest of the I've never had that before. reserves are top-notch. G re a t
match." "I feel like we've got the I'm really thankful, and G reat
Sneads had a whopping depth this year to be pretty all of those girls had to 57 kills as a team Thursday, dominant in the playoffs. play a big role on the team n a
led by senior Logan Neel It's hard to say what lies because of injuries this and sophomore Ashlyn down the road, but in IA year. vs. other
Roberts, who each had 16 rural division it would be "It really does feel special kills, pretty uncommon to find because they're all healthy Dental
Krissi'Satterfield was also many IA niral teams that now and it's been kind of in double figures with 12 have multiple girls in dou- stressful for us this year. providers
and Emily Gloverwas near- ble-digit kills in a playoff It does feel good (to be ly there with nine kills. game. We had some errors, healthy now). The timing The Lady Pirates also had but they were aggressive couldn't be better." 10 total blocks as a team, errors and I can live with The pieces are in place
with sophomore De'Aryll that when we're earning so for the Lady Pirates to perGreen's five leading the many points. We're earn- haps make a successful way. followed by Neel with Ing-more points now than run at the state title that four. and Satterfield and I think Sneads has ever has so far eluded them un- $1495
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Ashlyn loberts led in That depth helped the est two seasons ago with a aces with three. whileLo- LadyPiratessustalnaseries five-set loss to Baker In the gan McCord had a big of injuries throughout the state semifinals. Ia $1,9
im dangtoine night with 43 assists, and season, starting in camp. All of the regular-season Upper Arch
pge and5 Mallory Beauchamp had when they lost sophomore wins and district titles are
3aftw=Te.m of team highs in digs (34) and middle blocker Madison nice. but the coach said
serve receives (27). Pickens for the year. she won't feel satisfied un- e- y Cn
i aGlover added 22 digs and Green, Satterfield, Ash- tirSneads achieves the ulAshlyn Roberts 25. lyn Roberts, and Byler timate goal. -Same-Day Service In Many Cbses
The defense was sound, have all missed time at "i'm proud of the pro- Financing Available
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Dear Annie: My son is a second grader. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-No. Bloom, Kerr "recently decided to forOver the summer, while he was staying Dear Annie I have a very talented 22) Keep your emo- announ Split malize their separation"
with my ex-husband, a boy touched my younger sister. She creates beautiful tons In check, or you after six years together.
son's private area over his clothes. This greeting cards for every occasion. Each may ruin an opportunity. NEW YORK -The The 36-year-old actor, was no slight, accidental touch. It was one is a work of art and needs to be Trust in your Intuition to marriage of actor who starred in "The deliberate. My son's stepmother called displayed. lead toward peace and Orlando Bloom and Lord of the Rings" and
child protective services regarding the After all these years, I have accumulated happiness, model Miranda Kerr-has "Pirates of the Carlbincident, because the family of the other so many that there is just no place to keep SAGITTARIUS (Nov. ended. bean" films, and the
child runs an in-home daycare. them all. They are too pretty to throw 23-Dec. 21) Offer Publicist Robin Baum 30-year-old supermodel
As I have sole custody, the child services away and too personal to "re-card." Any something if you want released a statement were married In 2010. caseworker contacted me about the ideas other than telling her not to send something in return, that said Kerr and They have a 2 1/2 yearincident. I spoke with my ex and his wife, any more cards? Your charm and carefree Bloom "have been ami- old son, Flynn.
and we were all In agreement that our son NO HALLMARK attitude will attract an cably separated for the
would not be in contact with the other Dear No: Your sister likes making these audience willing to follow past few months" and From wire reports child again, cards. It's how she shows her love and your lead. ACROSS 4 Sporty Answer to Previous Puzzle
It is now four months later, and my son creativity. Once you have finished enjoy- CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- 1 Playwright trucks, tells me that his father allowed him to Ig them, however, you do not need to Jan. 19) -You may be Moss 50 Applied a S Ai I D G E play at the home of this same boy who display them. Put them in a box, paste tempted to get involved SGawker mudpack A U PAIR AUBUAN grabbed his genitals. I called my ex, and them into a collage, donate the fronts to in an Impractical project. 10 Frozen 53 Put tTB he doesn't seem to think the initial inci- a local kinderarten or hospital, or toss Do your homework and 12 Regard 55 Lon silky T S E C A A dent was serious. He feels his wife "blew them in the garbage. You only need to ask make a decision based on highly WOl RI TBA O E it out of proportion," and they've had your sister to stop sending them if she facts, not hearsay. 14Je3 Island d 7 Makes5 Drowsycat EGOTI fights about It. demands that you exhibit them. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. thickeer noim ANTIC REOP E
I have spoken with child protective ser- 19) Don't follow some- 15 Fast horse 58 Dust devilI ST ME
vices about Dad continuing to allow our Dear Amle I would like to respond to one else. You have to 16 Really big DOWN o I son to interact with the neighbor boy who "Don't Hate Those Harleys," who tried to make your choice. Going 18Just I College GA I ETY SN I LS obviously has boundary issues. While my justify having loud motorcycle exhaust it alone may be daunt- scrape by credit G V P I S I A M B A son has not reported a second incident, pipes as a safety measure. Nothing could ing, but It could bring the 19 Spot 2 Water, In 21 Cheesy 41 Floated I am left feeling that I cannot trust his be further from the truth. How are they highest rewards. 23 Mantra 3 Cuban snacks down the
father to parent effectively. Dad seems protecting themselves by blaring their PISCES (Feb. 20-March chants dance 22 Perpetually river more interested in proving his wife wrong loud pipes at 2 am.? 20) -You will instinc- 26 Strange 4 Capote's 23 Startled 42 Mr. Sander
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than he is in protecting our son. As a motorcyclist for 38 years and a tively know what will and hellos S Lyric poem 24 Beef or 44 QuasiI cannot in good conscience allow motorcycle safety instructor for the state wont work. Journey In a 30 Kook 6 SUV maker chicken modo's visitation under the current circum- of Ohio for 10 years, I can attest that the direction that caters to 32 La.ldca 7 Lo-cal 25 Missile creator stances. I refuse to permit my son to be in only reason people put loud pipes on your skills and expertise, 34 lnAs 8 ViI8ng shelter 47 Steel- as name 28 Sufficient, boots
a potentially questionable environment, motorcycles is to try to be cool. Many of and it will lead to money 35 Gullet 4 Philosopher in verse 48 Catch and I cant trust Dad to make the right them have never taken the motorcycle and success. 36 Work Descarte 29 Char sight of
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call. How can I protect my son when he's safety course, which is offered in all ARIES (March 21 -April 38 Lke some bom forecast outgoing on Dad's watch? I don't want to refuse states. The people with the fewest acci- 19) You will learn humor Sumac 32 Runs 51 Gift topper visitation altogether. dents are those with the most training, something valuable from 3 Leat 11 Black-do naked 52 RN
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Nowadays I dread cold weather
went birding on St. pected Eskimo heritage hypothermic five minutes sive laughter of hardier toes, blistering my fingers,
George Island earlier proved to be mere fantasy. from the boat ramp. I companions is bound to and shorting out while
this week. The tem- Now I get cold at the drop worry about having to set be devastating. wading across a cypress
perature was 46 degrees of a hat, Heck, I'm shiver- the blind afire to thaw out. Worse, how am I ever bog. Coffee doesn't help
when I arrived. I exited my ing right now just writing I've ignited dry-grass duck going to explain to the rest much anymore either, untruck and began shiver- about it. blinds before, but never of the boys that warmth less you count the teeny
ing. My, oh my. I was cold I've always been con- on purpose, And can't you is the only reason I'm bit of warmth generated
at 46 degrees! How times oLvrcerned about deer hunting just see me trying to cali- snuggling so close to them from walking to and from
have changed. BoUbto1 UWf on cold, windy days, but brate lead on a bluebill or In the tent? I mean, those the deer stand or duck
I once scoffed at cold Outdoors Columist it was never the cold itself canvasback while shiver- guys don't mind'an af- blind for those countweather. I could have eas- murder. Most onlookers that vexed me. iwenty feet ing like a chilled Chihua- fectionate pat on the back less answers to Nature's ily, with no ill effects, run would have surely died up a swaying pine tree in a hua puppy? True, I now now and then, but they calls. happily naked through a laughing. stiff breeze has never been have a legitimate excuse shy away from cuddling, But hey, maybe I've no
frozen snowdrift. Nevertheless, had my idea of a good time, for missing every shot, but especially when the cud- call to so selfishly comI never did that, mind weather conditions and a regardless of air tempera- I'm also liable to die in the dler looks like me. Heck, I plain. I could, after all,
you. We didn't get a lot of more flattering anatomy ture. Now, however, I have process. can't even get hugged by reside in South Dakota like snowdrifts, frozen or oth- warranted, I certainly had two reasons not to hunt Oh, the humiliation. I've grown women anymore, a certain long-suffering erwise, in south Alabama the physical stamina for deer from a treestand become a cold-weather Even ugly ones. friend of mine. He swears when I was a lad. Also, I've cold-weather cavorting in when the wind is blow- wuss. All my buddies I know, I know. They've there are but two seasons never possessed a body the nude. I was always one ing. Not only do I run the will now be catching fat got all these hi-tech keep- in that state: winter and that was really suited for hot-natured individual, risk of being blown from rainbow trout from frigid warm gadgets these days, road construction. running naked through Right up until about my lofty perch, but now mountain streams while I everything from chemi- For the next few months anything, season notwith- a decade ago, that is. As I'm also likely to freeze to won't dare set foot in them cal-reaction hand and I reckon I'll just count standing. I likely would soon as I hit 50, my blood death during my ascent. on a summer morning in foot warmers to electric my blessings. I'll start as have been arrested, if not became considerably When duck hunting June. It's sad and disap- socks. I've tried them all. soon as my teeth stop
for indecent exposure, for thinner and my long-sus- these days I'm all but pointing. And the der- Wound up parching my chattering.
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Bass fishing is fair to A few good hybrids have Minnows and jigs may on frozen shad, worms, or good. Shad aremovshown up, but reports are both work. prepared baits.
ono the flats and into spotty Hybrids, bream, and Crappies are very slow at IF YOU OA#"r TO US,
backwater areas off the Bream are still slow. catfish remain quite slow present Bream fishing up vers, Shallow-running Lae at presenL the creeks and in the river
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to produce consistently. Bass are good. The LkA wdWwt h eetcoe
shallow bite remains fair; with the recent cooler
Specifically, grassy areas despite the recent cool- Fishing is fairly good in in these locations are the down. Ledge fishing is some locations up and best bets. is also a good still fair on main-lake and down the river. Bass fishtime to try flipping the creek ledges. Frog-type ing Is fair. Largemouths shallow surface vegetation lures and spinnerbalts ae may be caught along in the backwaters off the
Flint and Chattahoochee.. good in shallow grass. TMy ledges In spots where the As verll ate tet- both, as the fish pree one curet is not to great
Asera l water tm- bait in some spots and Fih jig-l comfall decline and th s one In others. Flippinglily binauions and be patient.
continues to die o pads and grass mats Is a Bass fishing up the creeks
fornincreased largemouth good technique when the is fak also. but sporadic acion n arLemoas andsun gets high. Ledge fish- overall. Use worms and
other lip-less ran ing is best using deep-run- crinkbaits there.
as welle ning crankbaits, spoons, The fishing has slowed
as ell a ror jigs. Crappie fishing considerably near
at 7 to 10 feet. Slowly is poor overall, but areas sandbars andbankslde
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fished small tube baits are ined or where stained Catfishing Is fair to
working for some anglers. water meets clearer water good, particularly during
Catfish activity has are good spots to try. warmer periods of the
improved. Best spots are A few good fish have day. Fish along the bluff
to 15 feet of water. Fish been taken from brushy walls and near river bends.
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Manziel leads No. 14 A&M over Vanderbilt
The Associated Press be able to play Saturday going to play," Manziel downs in less than three that the right shoulder build a 28-point lead. He against Vanderbilt until said. "It'1 would take a lot to quarters, and No. 14 Tex- he injured last week was tacked on another score COLLEGE STATION, pregame warm-ups. keep me off the field and as A&M bounced back bothering him. He threw before sitting down with
Texas Texas A&M coach "Johnny Football" didn't away from these guys." with a 56-24 victory over three TDs in the first quar- 6 minutes left m the third Kevin Sumlin didn't know have any of those doubts. Mamziel threw for 305 Vanderbilt. ter to help A&M (6-2, 3-2 quarter and the Aggies
if Johnny Manziel would "In my mind I was always yards and four touch- Manziel showed no signs Southeastern Conference) leading 42-17.
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"The team did great this only 17 of the 51 players The Associated Press their first nine possesyear. (A 6-2 record) might on the roster returning to sions of the game. They
not be what they had in the squad. ORLANDO Blake remain the favorite to
mind coming into the year, "It will be a little bit of a Bortles threw for four claim the league's BCS but it's a good record and rebuilding year, but some touchdowns and ran berth. we beat some good teams," of the ones we've got com- for another as No. 21 UConn's offense was he said. "The two teams we ing back played as sixth- UCF routed winless anemic throughout and lost to, we battled hard in graders and this will be6 Connecticut 62-17 on helped dig its own hole those games, and they were their third year with us Saturday. early, thanks to two firstreal good teams we lost to." so they've got some expe- Bortles completed his half interceptions by Taylor County topped rience and know what to first eight passes of the freshman quarterback Marianna 34-30 in the sea- expect," Cross said. 'Awl game and ended his day Tim Boyle. A Huskies son-opener and was 7-0 we've got a good group of early in the third quarter, fumble in the second-half going into its season finale sixth-graders coming up connecting on 20-of-24 set up another UCF score. against another unbeaten that's very athletic, and for 286 yards. The Huskies (0-7, 0-3) THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
team in Wakulla. they'll contribute a lot,' The Knights (6-1, 3- have lost eight straight Central Florida wide receiver Rannell Hall (6) runs for a 17-yard
0 American Athletic games dating to last touchdown past-Connecticut safety Ty-Meer Brown (15) during SConference) scored on season, the game in Orlando on Saturday.
Piratesolding and then getPH' teS tirig it back and mching
down the field for long,
From Pae 1B time-consuming dive that
Sneds went up 14-7 0nded with a kndl-down in the third quarter on a at the North Bey Haven touchdown run by Javarris 1-yard line to rtn out the Goodson. North BayfHaven clock. answered with a long scor- Antwan Dur finished ing drive to find the end with 269 rush yards to zone, but the extra point lead Sneads, iile Goodwas blocked and SHS held son added 1 yards. tight to the lead. Brown wa -for-3 passThe Buccaneers got the ing for 30 yards with a ball back after forcing the touchdo d two interfirst and only Pirates punt ceptions, vith fumbles acof the night, but the Sneads counting or the other five defense held firm and got a Sneads turnovers. stop. "It wa!p't pretty. It was
However, the Pirates gave very ugy' Thomas said of ,
it up for the seventh time the Pijes' performance. of the night with a fumble "We'vEgot to refocus We'reN to give the ball right back practigig (Saturday) and to North Bay Haven. we'vegot to get focused on
But the Buccaneers Vern4i. I think it was in the .
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CHILEY Leisure Lakes, 5BR/3 on 2.2 Acres, Needs Little TLC,
Reduced Was $52,0O Asking OO
BLOUNTSTOWN 1996, DW 4BR/2BA, 1936 SF on .39 Acres,
Fenced, 2 Car Carport w8'x2 rage, Asking $45,000
S8ISTOL 2000 DWMH, 3B A, 1568 SF, on appx 1 Acre, Needs
LittleTLC, Was $34,900 Now ,900
ALEQfQD 1982 SWMH, 2 1BA, 744 SF on 10 Acres, Just off HWY 167, MH in Good Con Asking $44,900
CHIPLEY Comm. Bldg. HWY 90 & 7, 1824 SF. Was$60,000,'
REDUCED to $39,000 I
PANAMA CIT Lots dAcrage from $8,000 to $109,000
MARIA Comely remodeled 2 story home 2750 SF,
4Br/Ba on shad downtown. ASI N.G $195
WIANbith3Br/a Blck me~ithnew roof lid heat.
Needs some we Great Rental. AKN 3.0
MABIAlgA- 04mercial Lt, .5 Ac.i on Hw 90 F 71, Well and Septi Appraised' $@ d AKNG$9.0
tO00'so Home dAiailable
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BUSINESS OPPORT E Sn boys 20" r15. 334-482-6189. a Doctors Buggy with horse and harless
Motorcycle Sea: Orginal Seat for 2013 Harley 1 20 ft. Goose Neck Cat e Traler. j ,77 Road Glide Ultra $150 850-209-7298 3pm-8pm 229-22*711
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Quee she bedroom set $450. 850-526-1916. HOME GROWN, eRs h
TreatedWeod Pests: (20) 6" to 8" wide by APLIN FARMS
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world's largest commercial .wod Heater $60, 1M CUUICO agmal $20.
cleaning franchise. $20K! so-s92-2st Peas Squash
equipment, supplies, training and $5,000. vmard sal hiay, october 25 and Sat. October Eggplants 220 W. Hwy 52 Malvern
in monthly customer included. 26, 13, 7 am- ison. 517 Fort Rd Gr mnwood
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annual gross 5049151474 litter trained, male & female. 850-2724908 Fresh Green
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BLACK AND TAN. UP TO DATE ON SHOTS AND
WORMING. $350 CALL MARK AT 334-806-5851 6 or $4995 ea. 10 or
DIABETIC TEST STRIPS oR 334-39Z I* 41 a more $39.95
NEEDED I BUY SEALED/ AKC YosMes.11 weeks old for sale In Dothan.
Al $400 $0 Shots and worming. Parents o Live 0s, Crape Myrtle,
UNEXPIRED BOXES premises Healthy and playful. 334-7- Hewett Farms he ur & gn s
CALBOB (334) 219-469 Englah Aglivdagf pupies AKC registed. S mo A pesNad
CALL BOB ( 4) 21949 old, 3 females 2 whte/fawn& I brown/white Fapeas ReadyB p tn t
O 071IH189 S/W. $1200. Call 229-403497 after sheed or unshelled, 334692-3695
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This is One Our Best Sales Of The Year. Million Dollar Alabama Executive Home Filed With The & G I
Finest Quality Designer Fumiture. The Owners Have Spent Over $475.000.00 Furnishing This on Mayo Rd.
Exquisite Home. This Furniture Can Be Owned For A Fraction Of ts Original Cost. 100s Of B b Hewet 2-4156
Decorator Collectibles, Furniture By Baker, Sticklddey, Henredon, Many Maitland Smith,
Theodore Alexander, Century, Thomasville. Bombe Chests, LaBarge Gilt Mirrors, French orf N8 9 09
Porcelain Lamps, French Tapestries, Indian And Persian Rugs, Vintage Outdoor Urns, Many
Decorator Tables, A Beautiful Matiand Smith Coffee Table One Of A Kind, Century Fringed
Sofas, Vintage Marble Top Bombe Chests, Baker Consoles, Baker Banded Mahogany Round
Dining Table Table, Stickley Dining Chairs, Antique English Sideboard, Bar Stools, Leather Recliners, Leather Theater Seating, Fine Silk Custom Draperies French Chairs, Venetian Mirror, Custom Office Desk, Many Different Occasional Chairs, China, Crystal, Glass, Floor Lamps., Banded Serpentine Chests, An Impressive Maitland Smith King Bedroom Suite With Marble Top Side Chest, Dressers, Maitland Smith Boudoir Desk With Chair. Many Pieces Of Art, Oil
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University of Alabama Collectibles,61 in Panasonic TV, Marble Top Bar, 100's of Decorator
items, Viking Refrigerator, Trundle Bed, Christmas Items. This Is One Sale Not To Miss. You Can Acquire The Finest Made Furniture At A Fraction Of The Cost. Everything Must.Gol
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pe'gs, mirrors & windshield. 2 seater & 1 solo YOUR TOWING NEEDSI Regardless of year, make, mo we have .
BOAT MOTOR 2003 Mercury Outboard hp, seat lost Job need to sell $8500. 334-432-3249. '. l millonsof dollars on hand t hy ugouod
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electric start & stick steering, exc. condo. Harley Davidson 2009 Sporster XL 1200C, red, % n fa lXo m 076&4VWe AreonThe Coast But Wo0Tfehelye, ,
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PAYINg Top DOLARI FOR JUNK CAR & reputable, & we can giv you a fairprice
.- 334-671-8671 or 334-791-0984. Lots of Extras. Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 appraisal In 15 rpnutes.
ContactCall for appointment, dealer. 4 3774
205 Cobra Boat 16' -60 hp merc. anchor mates, tm !l....
depth/fish finder, aerated live well, sump Honda '07 Ruckus 670 miles. $1450, r0 j .N NI
pump, trolling mtr, stick steering, life jackets 334-798-0931 CALL FOR TOP PRICE
included. 334-794-3249 *03 1 1 rHEAcrfOkiS
Stratos Bass Boat, 201 Pro XL w/Traller, 2003 SO FOR JUNK VEHICLES
Evinrude 225 h.p. (low hours), Trolling motor, 2012 Nissan Pathfinder one owner, excellent I ALSO SELL USED PARTS
GPS, 2 Depth finders, extra. SS Prop., Built in condition, low mileage, super clean, $19, 950, 1 A
Battery Charger. Lots of Extras, Excellent con- Phone 334-796-5036 24 HOUR TOWING 0 334-792-8664 I ,
edition, garage kept. Must seel $7,995 229-3340224Lexus 2010 RX350: Loaded car in excellent condition. White with tan leather interior. "t" "I r
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hPand Farm Equip. at a NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE JACKSON and Fam COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION OF ITS
Welicraft 18.7ft flibergias trl huHi boat 115 H P Ford. 200F5aX -or opeeylae d~ o tr a CONYPANNIOMSINO T
Mercury, good cond., Tandem 4 wheel trailer Ford 2010 FISO FX4 4-door, completely loaded, fair and honest price. : INTENT TO CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING FOR
will trade for small travel trailer. 850-209-1064 excellent condition, 158K miles, $18,900 $250 & t Complete Cars : REVIEW AND RECOMMENDATION TO THE
RKL334-791-3081.YOTA 2000 Model, 3300 b, CALL 334-714-6285 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF A
CAMER &TRVELTRAILERS FORKLIFT-TOYOTA 2000 Model, 3300 lb, lift L,,,,,,,mm... ........... =.. PROPOSED AMENDMENTTO THE
Forest RIver Mol #31Q cap., excellent condition, $4,700 20 -902-4212 JACKSON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
2 River Wdwood LE Model #31BSS A proposed Land Use Change from Agriculture
31' Dry wt. 10280 Ibs., 1 slide, 4 bunk beds, GMC 1997 Sierra 2500 Looking for VW Van 2 (AG2) to Commercial for a 3-acre site located
Booth dinette, Center kitchen & LR, Jackknife 128K miles on new lE1= sold in Enterprise, AL at 2829 Owens Street in unincorporated Jacksofa, Front Q bed, Side aisle bath w/ shower & engine, exc. cond. black in 1983. If you have son County, Florida (Section 02, Township 4N,
roof vent, Dbl. door Frig., Gas/Elec. water heat- & silver in color. NEW seen this vehicle please Range 10W). HANA Property Development, Inc.
er, microwave, Gas stove top/oven & furnace, tires, cold air, long contact me ( The public meeting will be held in the Board
Duct A/C/Heat, AM/FM Stereo, Front & rear wheel base, runs great swtcraftghotmalcomn Room of the Jackson County Administration ,
stabilizer lacks, $9,000.00 334-790-4612 & very clean Reduced To $3500. 080 Building, 2864 Madison Street, Marianna, FloriMust Sale. 334-701-2596 located in Ozark r* *** " ........... da on the 4th of November, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.
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1948 FL Gulfstream Tow Master RV- Diesel, C SSI ED ADVERTISING 7:30 am. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
RV Top of the Line, 1 Slide Out, Outside Enter- Your source for -selling and buYing! :, at 4487 Lafayette Street, Marianna, Florida or
tainment Center & Freezer. S/S Refrigerator, Z -- -. contact by phone at (850) 482-9637.
Washer/Dryer, Separate Ice Make, 95.000 Miles, Good Tires, $45,000. Includes 2002 PT
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26M Wsnabago 34' 2 slides, 5500 ONAN Gen, lots of upgrades, excellent condition. 29000 4,1'08 g adte
miles $32,000. Honda 2166 CIRV: 44600 miles, de i
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cold air. loaded, 76,000 W
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sun roof and everything
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heat 6 disc CD changer. Only 110,000 miles. KB8 value is $4,435. Asking only $3.100 obo. Looking to sell fast so all reasonable offers will be considered. 850-693-1581.
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Herlda 266 Odyey:. Runs perfect 3 year/3600
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qvis LS. loaded, leather.
cold air, 89,000 miles,
like new. $5995. Call 334- cflo dan.com
Mercury 2M6 Monterey Van tan with tan Intlerior, fully loaded, 74k miles, 2 owner, excellent shape, good gas mileage. Asking 58000 Call 334-393-1440
Nissan 2912 Altima, low miles, must sell, $200 =
down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-744- p0028.ir i tonc
Nmsan 2812 Versa, GAS SAVER, well equipped, ill
still under factory warranty; $250 down, $250 t O
per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. SU
Toyota 2M11 Canry, Great family car, great gas gp*
mileage, pwr windows, door lock, Am/FM, CD,V' 5 7$00 down, $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher
Toyota 2611 Corola, 4 door, like new, under
warranty, $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron
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pasur aid!Inlues ino ero ed orkho wdri.hose hrrw3 prtrchao is a whole toi $35,000 or Carl be purchased Oult rorbisos1 it kichen will, I'llLctdo ag ~ylt
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home, an apprt 6 the wraparoued porct, fonr appointment. d oe
acres, comes with worreetenoltbacyar. or n &os cam
28R/IBA with space under root to add a 3rd BIR. Property 16x32 goodte pool. Hardwood floors 00 the tirst tloord Thte kitchen "on"'le MIS 248506 a $169,900.
comes with several outbuildings. Make as appointmernt is large wih plenty of counterlop AND cabinet spacil t-Arge ceter MLS 248906 0 $57,200. Nice horne with 3
today! PRICED AT $115,000 MIS #248918 island and breakfast area! There Is an air Conditioned games room or 2 was, dise Is Recld.stat isks...*~..... bedrooms located in private,
5th bedroom arid ball bath over the detached garage. M~L #24S=3 ("as. 'nolid o ayWio, ue etngo toar
Clone to Compass Lake, PERFECT FOR Woldie *qo .Wsixccd i0 6Wili dose to town.
iMthis 3BR/2BA hno on YOUR LARGE ecn4W worit 0 .. 10e, (71
T 2.67 acren recently bad FAMILY?? Great wNe 5 Ua vydon* Oil +Ot W
a $3,500 heat psrnp 4/2 with almost wes'madtri,nl ~sv~o e MLS 248732 a $65,000.
A, a $7.000 wetl/pump 1700 sq i Ifunder S" MIS248962 MIS 2489649 IAS 248451 L ov~ely brick home
intalted. Include acarport w/deckonside entry&ntorg buildong. Air! Beautifut PuIvaetwas "osh MI. wroisrotad in 0 goifeg corrcarty end
Thin mbh. ban a concrete pad under entire home & tie-downs are originat hardwood 04 Ord n ithru W~ eiir ose tosn Mr e mislsMl pioe ta glor
cemnted into pad. Very welt maintained home! Con. located floors! The Famtly iehi o 1 o idore vdae.. oi Coni (Bt troday lot nreliog.
Panama City 1- 0 &to Marianna. PROCD A$69,900 MLS #248323 room cart be easily convened to a 5th bedroom if needed new lkiron ubsoli & PRIEdn..seDH
__________________________________ Great Spacious 1.80 acresl Brick home has a newer 4 ton AC mamw srrn maw.r'r RC IRCD
Paadsefonden20 unit! Thin home can be offered as a short sakle IMLS #248281 00 2 Ue wr I 2894*$1900
Paraise oundon 2 6.9 ML 24894 a$119000
acres. Thin 3BR/2BA, COZY COTAE. Wi MIS 248332 $ 109,900. N ice brick horne
Homes of Merritt. has a wfm apo i3M 14 with 3 bedrooms and has
split master bdurn. CR, w*t etar tee tiesal been renovated. Really
DR5Tcmban amtl ola214. Pat Furr
DRew combo. andf ahi beuiflfi Poac Anm a a neat home, PRICE
ne eea oo hi esttfpoperty includes giapee, ptum, ?TeWO Frome poc to Realtor REDUCEIDIII
Cherry. orange. satsuma. grapefruit, lemon. fig and many ether fruit rsas on- Wood Amet 1.209.81011
trees Also has grandidadify oaks' PRICED AT $94,500 iES #248726 masde r"ios iNde fur]910imisn.coa MiLS 248776.- $69,900.
_______________________asi TLC law SOLD C ---age borne Au n
executive hoame PIAIV 111ere fd OW~s 6*if
3000 at litvtng &A it243 *f $70000 Grgou
space. Newly painted with too many extras to litstt NlO V coar loo m It 10 483 $70,000
Nicely landscaped with a private backyard. WH4AT A I sair:tee 4 tr'im r* mI ir fia-ic1 JM248822 a 153,300
GREAT BUY AT ONLY $194.900 MIS 0#248082 ~ N wo,"e.errrA!nn a 010.rren, txeA sosmocae W r-- ,frths3bdor
"Ae *rfj 31, r4 me es u Woi icprlr* W 1'rfM a. onrc siddlo.G
Five minutes fo .l v Is4 ati,- er.rw baindtCn aim rot~ wae nvstent.71a.o
tomne Tis olders MOVE IN READYI IAS248263 *$36,500.
home sit acrossGreat 3/2 with over ..
from Indian Springs 1900 Sal "I There Is a N alwl
entirancie. House Mother in Law guest ML 413 bir home 500llcmevn
appears to have a good root, block construction. feniced1-in housel Lam 1 acre tot toal asarie. I
back yard. sitl back off the It" with small storage btdg out with______ a Huge Worksahop!
back. PRICED AT ONLY $59. 500 iILS#24866 Completety remodeled os rayREU D
Tin uar1VM ncsttir overtooki nice NIa 24rd" M$71,000.
home hill a format LA OAEDORK I
iteffdoow rat romrs 4 O~qul EILPWL
ra wce hardwood Omr tkrenaitbot1 aider cxwpe andl fireplaces' ____ _to"'_Kitche HM edrs vilitatig, Man aid ba Oau lac 3mu W bift~s he 1,011 W~a Isi*W*'tota"n abou I acr as Cdcaclahe. 206-718-900M49#2462
Ott at kherrtt s Mrtt RdKW2 779$400
ths clean 3BR!78A OACYLE Loat Of KYNESVlR1 AM
Eaeza ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Plta inera itul 2.11 ~-kerft 2k tere
4ac, it tauriwr (m w-4v 1n Eoaiid Oin =to*degpui wlrsif
f "l-..51 amie wet wastd wi'atc. ER arid CIR Neer metal road. beatortrfl iroi aersd ac aorndm a 00c FA Mt~so.ReaJW "kCP5t syte y l*ir flots
pool, screened Irs back porch, fenced in bach yard, RV bltit elW Ia 'rS amew mow. 0 or7he4156me
auukslop. A must see! PRICED AT $219000O itS 1248S727 th6 sai484d*54,0
11ws tines Rnsa etow aw Olkroi AIPOROK AND
t^y, "F, ATIOfil HIHT1111I ROUND LAKEn
1wrmnieodr'.xe it05 fitr, Larige 413. StBickA fA-inctltrn
k44et, o 4earUn in, ho me, with Odver _17M AA aN! twos howr t
tift Hre vi n for~g 2300 cq it under era tilt n 20 laill ofwad lar, la
air located on 1.23ho e2bero flW dnxto#Mamo
EH V ed t Sllr een T nynotasostcoscos 00 rw creefs Beloaw ground M a f ny 4 seEt rts wask
gelI 500 for aoplw na' rads or awtlwfdnit, iin' Way a 1eff Pool withi nice paio wihnc aptldG A n iia,
smceo w ae n a iis RE T$75(US*44t reat Wood burning hardw loor anI MMIS1 248634* $65,M0
fire lace Hugevlyrd~w~i
Kitchen warh centr islandl Lar family room wihlvy astpv
Cute and cozy! format Living and Dining! This a being soid AS-IS CAMPULjON
This 38R/2BA DONONM(N IIS 248951 e$62Z000. Tills~ is tte 50 A #of the moo
home is just DHATTAOOCEE L I Brick issn. clsa e tern huiigan rl
inside Marianna 41 1AT t ory"0C0NEI.hq*iA o wit aet $ itratie
city itmrts. Has am 1900 2Q ITs on iThemmwnaiotam with a 400 SF InrcHose
a I.R GR, carpet. master bedroomninson the firm
nicely painted, great deck witenced in back yard!iI 4& ft ofitOltOO3 bdoomls MIS 2486269 Wcmiicid n u o
Convenient to Family Dollar, Panama City and ire upisn Thet homne essMS266 $150,000
1-10. PRICED AT $109 00 MS #248496 prirl yard NewOe bone 2S 24881176 $111S,900.
allthe_______S_____ Custom built HPAAR -1Am
145 acre cattle farm home With W. triany, fbud 9& W
with 2 homes, add'I LOAE3 NACPR ag spelejl fcture-. orcretoeop acokOdsalpi.
2330' commercial aost 19DO so fi under air The st ove, large iori trail"* iabl % o ora"ya
Witt needs new root, 14 lgotving room, earth 2 Matter and wr rruth rmote 00"rn
Fenced St cross- bdrooms Scireenerd Porch. well mat"am
fenced. Has 4 welts at which 2 are solar powered. Appx 30 Lauritr RoomnsString on 5 cit very WNmarcnd IS286 3,0
acres in clear pasture & balance in p ine trees w/pasture. int end has a bowutli backyrard MiLS 248838 a $149,900.1
,Borders Wright Creek in Holmes Courty. Bring alt others! wih a 204e2 Oulbuiditg/Shopt pcosIonale-l bms
Seller motivated! PRICED AT $359,000 MIS 02481237 [sold~ut ASIShasnear,. mrili Wlla
Iflffyy in MOVE RIGHT INI featluses, Wa WW ~ cel cdiR0n20ta52lt
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Florida State running back Karlos Williams (9) runs for a first down past North Carolina State cornerback Marchez Coates
(3) on a fake punt during the game Saturday in Tallahassee.
F lorida Sta te
defeats NC State
The Associated Press He completed 17-of-33
passes for 129 yards with
TALLAHASSEE Jameis two interceptions. Winston threw for 292
yards and three touch- No.1Alabama 45 downs and No. 3 Florida Tennessee 10 State scored 35 points in TUSCALOOSA, Ala. l
the first quarter on the T.J. Yeldon scored on tlree way to a 49-17 victory 1-yard runs and AJ McCaragainst North Carolina ron passed for 275 yards State on Saturday. and two touchdowns to
Winston completed help No. 1 Alabama con16-of-26 passes with one tinue to roll along with a interception and left the victory over Tennessee on game after the open- Saturday. ing series of the second Landon Collins returned half. an interception 89 yards*
Rashad Greene topped for another score for,the 100 yards receiving for the Crimson Tide (8-0, 5-0 third consecutive game Southeastern Conference), with eight receptions for which raced to a 35-0 137 yards and a touch- .halftime lead. Alabama down for the Seminoles has outscored its last six (7-0, 5-0). opponents 246-26.
The Wolfpack upset the The Volunteers (4-4, 1-3) A UJJe
Seminoles in Raleigh, dropped their seventh UlJ1M0
N.C., last season, but this straight in the rivalry .J M d P81!W!1
year it was no contest game, tying the most SOIAI 000'00 I-Je1 A L
as Florida State put on a consecutive wins for show for its old coach. Hall either team. Coach Butch of Famer Bobby Bowden Jones turned to freshman .181d
was honored at Doak quarterback Josh Dobbs in SOII11 000' Jea i
Campbell Stadium. the second half in his first
N.C. State (3-4, 0-4) had college action, replacing quarterback Brandon Justin Worley.
Mitchell back for the first Wodey was 8-of-15 passtime since breaking his ing for 120 yards and was foot in the season opener. intercepted twice.
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