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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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30.776389 x -85.238056

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Jackson County Floridan. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Marianna Floridan

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Staying safe while


trick-or-treating


is pretty sweet
From staff report

When you and your
mini-goblins head out
into the night in search of
a sweet Halloween candy
score, play it safe and
enjoy those treats.
The Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention
offers tips on how to stay
safe on Halloween.

Swords, knives, and
S- similar costume acS cessories should be
short, soft and flexible.
PHOTOSBYDEBORAHBUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN void trick-or-treat LORIDANFILEPHOTO Virginia and Mel Forbes say they found the health fair very informative, learning more about services available. ing alone. Walk in In this photo,Austin to Mr. Foroups or with a Gostomski, Julian Xuereb,
trusted adult. Kyle Vandermeide and CamSasten reflective tape eron Hewitt linger outside
Hto costumes and the entrance of a haunted
bags to help drivers house and fearfully debate
99-year-old: see you. whether the spook in front of examine all treats them is a mannequin or a
Laughter, staying for choking hazards personi,Oct.30, 2010, at k.to nand tampering Florida taverns State Park's
active key to longevity before eating them. Limit Spirit of the'Caverns in the amount of treats you Marianna.
'BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER eat.
.dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com

The Jackson County Senior old a flashlight Citizens Center and the county while trick-orAgricultural Extension Service .treating to help teamed up with more than a doz- you see and others see en health-related businesses and you. Always walk and .organizations to host- seasonal don't run from .house to health fair Tuesday at the Jackson house., County Agriculture Complex on ways test makePenn Avenue in Marianna. up in a small area
The "Fall Into A Healthy Lifestyle A .first. Remove it
Health Fair" was abig success, ac- before bedtime to prevent cording to the Extension Service's Dorothy Singletary (foreground left) and Donna Meldon (background left) possible skin and eye Family and Consumer Services give hand massages to PattiPeacock (background right) and Sarah Pender irritation. Agent Mandy Griffin. (foreground right.) ook both ways
Roughly 75 seniors showed up before crossing the to soak in the latest health-related and several friends were among street. Use estabinformation from vendors and to those attending the fair. Worlds lished crosswalks wherlunch together after an hourlong said frequent laughter, staying ever possible. presentation on health matters. active, and spending happy time ower your risk for
Some topped off their health with loved ones has kept her fit serious eye injury by meals with a naughty dessert- and quick all these years. It's a rec- not wearing decoracotton candy spun up on-site by a ipe she recommends for others, tive contact lenses. chaplain at Signature Health Care too. She said she also learned a nly walk on side- luminaries away from at the Courtyard, Darren Tucker, good deal at the health fair, things walks whenever doorsteps, walking areas, and by company admissions and that can help her put even more 0 possible, or on the landings, and curtains. marketing director Tracie Land. life in her years. Tracie Land(left) and Chaplin Darren far edge of the road facing Place them ornsturdy Sweet side dishes, when enjoyed Some of those attending the Tucker of Signature Health Care traffic to stay safe. tables, keep them out of in moderation, can be an accept- health fair made their way to the at the Courtyard spin some small ear well-fitting the reach of pets and small able indulgence for most as long Covenant Hospice booth to get a bags of homemade cotton candy masks, costumes, children, and never leave as a healthy diet is routinely fol- hand massage from Dorothy Sin- for the crowd at Tuesday's health and shoes to them unattended. lowed. Healthy eating doesn't gletary or Donna Meldon. Find- far.The message in serving that avoid blocked vision, Additionally, the Walton have to inean boring meals, the ing such creature comforts is also sweet confection was simple-if your trips, and falls. County Sheriff's Office offering suggested. a healthy choice, fair organizers health allows and you indulge inthe 1 at only factory-. recommends trick-orAnd banishing boredom is a pointed out. treat with moderation, sugar doesn't wrapped treats. treaters stay in familiar good way to keep yourself healthy, 4 have to be completely off-limits for RLAvoid eating home- neighborhoods, and adult said 99-year-old LauraWorlds. She e H.ALTH age 9A people living healthy lifestyles, made treats made by party-goers should.be strangers. sure to make "designated
______ -- /8 nter homes oily if driver" arrangements if w oi you're with a trusted alcohol will be served.
Police CSX construction adult Only visit And, finally, motorPo e: CSX construction worker well-lit houses.Don't stop ists ate strongly urged to
at dark houses. Never exercise special caution
4 ,accept rides from in residential areas where
sted in critcalconditionafter fall strangers: trick-or-treaters are
l t caever walk near lit crawling about.
I candles or lumiFrom staff report bridge crew.. The MPD reports that at 2 p.m. naries. Be sure While working to weld catwalks Tuesday, Bay Medical advised by to wear flame-resistant A CSX construction worker is in on the side of the bridge Tuesday, phone that the victim was listed in costumes: critical condition after he took a fall a CSX bridge constriction .crew critical condition. Those staying home on the job Tuesday. member fell from an unsecure Marianna police questioned wit- to give out treats and According to the Marianna Po- catwalk, approximately 16.5 nesses to the fall, and haie found enjoy the parade of greedy lice Department, on Tuesday, Oct. feet, to 'the ground below. Then no indication of foul play or sus- ghosts can take precau29, at 9:16 a m. MPD, along with the section of catwalk he picious circumstances. The vic- tions, too: Marianna Fire and Rescue and had stepped on fell and landed on tim's injuries have been listed as a n)) Keep pets indoors. Jackson County Fire and Res- him. workplace accident. ))Be sure walkways and cue, responded to a medical EMS arrived to treat the crew The department says the investi- stairs are well-lit and free emergency at the railroad bridge member's injuries and stabilize gatioin will remain open until Bay of obstacles that could across the Chipola River. The him for the Air Heart helicopter, Medical staff can be more con- result in falls. bridge is functional but is still un which transported thevictim to Bay clusive about the victim's medical DKeep candle-lit der construction by a CSX railroad Medical. condition. jack-o'-lanterns and FLORIDAN FILE PHOTO

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F L O R ID A N WEDNESDAY, OCT.30 Reservations required t9 reserve a bus seat. Call Toys for Tots applications Anchorage a Toys for Tots applications Anchorage Jackson County Tourist evelopment Council,482- Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. ApPublisher Valeria Roberts Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- 8061 or email info@visitjacksoncountyfla.com. plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys
vroberts@jcfloridan.com plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys n Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m.
will be distributed on Dec. 21starting at 10 a.m. 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- n Syrup making class 6 a.m.Panhandle Pioneer Circulation Manager Dena Oberski n Eldercare USDA Food Distribution'- 8 a.m. donia St., Marianna, in the AA'room. Attendance i Settlement, 17869 NW Pioneer Settlement Rd,
doberski@jcfloridan.com Eldercare Services, 2979 Daniels St., Marianna. Call limited to persons with a desire to stopdrinking; Blountstown. All day class. From cane field to the 483-3220. papers will not be signed. bottling of the syrup. Cost $50 requires a $25 CONTACT US deposit. Call 674-2777 CONTACT US n Woodmen of the World flag presentation 9 deposit. Call 674-2777. Telephone: 850-526-3614 a.m. Confederate Park. Public invited. FRIDAY, NOV.1 ))lk's Lodge yard sale 7 a.m. Marianna Elks
FAX: 850-482-4478 a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon a Toys for Tots applications Anchorage Lcraftdge #116endors4607 Uwelcom Ven90 Marianna. Arts and
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com to I p.m. inr the AA room of First United Methodist .Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. resposible for is w elome. Vend canopy. Vpen to
StreetAddress: Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Applications willbe taken until noon n De. 6. poblic.e for call 573-4351.
tAll toys will be distributed on.Dec, 21 starting at 10 public Cll573-4351.
4403 Constitution Lane n Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees Finance a.m. Jackson County Master Gardeners Bat
MCommittee and Board meetings 5 p.m. in the, h laCollistration houses, Bat Conse ion,and Attracting Birds Marianna, FL32448 classroom at Jackson Hospital in Marianna. Call Chipola College Spring Registraon 8 a.t Conservation, and Attracting Birds
Office Hours: 718-2629. to 3 p,m. For current students with 45 plus hours. Workshop 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Jackson County
Weekdays. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 718-2211. Extension Service, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna. Registration cutoff: Oct. 25. Fee $50. Register:
a o Hooks and Needles,- 10 a.m. at the Jackson rob.trawick@ufl.edu or call 482-9620. County Public Library, Marianna Branch.New and
MISS YOUR PAPER? THURSDAY, OCT.31 experienced hand crafters welcome to create, n Third Annual UF/IFAS Beekeepers Field Day You should receive your newspaper no later n Toys for Tots applications Anchorage share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482- & Trade Show 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Washingthan 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- '9631. ton County Extension Office, 1424 Jackson Ave., Chipley. Registration: $15 additional family member
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys Scholarship Boston buttFundraiser noon L10. Lunch and refreshments included. Call your Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m. 6 p.m. Madison Street Park. Families of late Teddy local County Extension Office to register no later
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) n St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. -1 p.m. St. Anne's Jeter, Bo McClamma and Brandon Hobbs are selling than Oct. 25.
Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna' Call 482- Boston butts to fund three scholarships to Chipola is published Tuesday through Friday and 3734 College. Butts are $20. Call 718-2375'to purchase D Toys for Tots Bike Ride 10 a.m. Beef 0 Sunday mrnings. Periodical postage paid Civic Club Meeting Noon at The'Brady's, S.R. 71 across from Walmart plaza, Bikes at Maanna, FL. Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The- ticket depart at 11:15 a.m. for escorted 80 mile run ending.
Oaks Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's a Book signing for Loyd Gilbert Gilley 1 p.m.. at Madison Park. Food and refreshments furnished focus is the local community, "Cbmmunity, Children 3p.m. Chipola River Book and Tea, 4402 Lafayette by Madison's Restaurant. Music by Cedar Mountain SUBSCRIPTION RATES & Character." Call 526-3142., St., Marianna' Author of:" Backfield of My Memory" Bank at 1 p.m. Donation; $15 toy for rider and pasHome delivery: $11.23per month; $32.83 n)Fall Festival -5 p.m. 7 p.m. Healthy Families and "More Precious Memories:' senger. Cash and check donations also accepted. for three months;: $62.05 for six months; of North Florida, 4440 Putnam St., Marianna. No, )) Bellamy Bridge Ghost Walks 6:30 p.m. n Book signing for Loyd Gilbert -11a.m. to 5 charge. Asking for non-perishable items for Chipola 9:30 p.m. at Bellamy Bridge in Marianna.Sister p.m. The Oaks Restaurant 4727 U. S. 90, Marianna.
and $123.45for one year.All prices include Miistries Food Bank. Anne Bellamy voices how two sisters married two Author of:" Backfield of My Memory" and V"Mre applicable stateand local taxes. Mail Hallow Him 5:30 p.m. 8 p.m. at Marianna brothers and the complex family lives. /2 mile walk Precious Metnories." subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail First Baptist Church, 2897 green St., Marianna. or transportationprovided by JTrans $2 leaving North West Florida Chapter of FAMUAlumni subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; Games, food, family fun. Everyone welcome, Free. from Citizens Lodge in Marianna. Reservations A association sponsorida Chapter of FAMU Alumni $92.24 for six moqths; and $184.47 for-one Sponsored by: Deliverance Baptist, Eastside Bap- reuired to reserve bus seat. Call Jackson County Association sponsoring dinner for high sc. Free.ool year. tist, First Baptist and Trinity Baptist. Call- 56-4200. Tourist Developmerit Council 482-8061 or email JuLearn about scholarshi op.m. Brtunities at FAMU.
SesiSyeho rc da.io info@visitjacksoncountyfla.com. Learn aboutscholarship opportunities at FAMU.
a Sneads High School Project Graduation Seating limited. Call Shirl Williams 594-3791 or VinADVERTISING Wright's Halloween haunt'13" 6-10 p.m. 2012 ) Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship nie Ephriam 526-2713.
Wilson Ave., Grand Ridge. $3 per person. Ages 5 and Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult, s AlcoholicAnonymous Open Meetig- 4:30The advertiser-agrees that the publisher unddrfree. teen meetings to overcomee hurts, habits and) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 430shall not be liable for damages arising Marianna Health & Rehabilitation Center 5 6p.m. Child care aailble. Call hurch, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. out-of errors and advertisements beyond handing out candy:- 6:30 p.m. Marianna Health. B 2ellamy Bridge Ghost Walks 6:30 p. the amount paid for the space actually & Rehab., 4295 Fifth Ave., Marianna. Please use )) Chipola Men's Basketball Classic 8 p.m. 9:30 p.m. at Bellamy Bridge in Mariann. A live occupied by that portion of the advertise- front door entrance. Chipola plays. paranormal investigation show. /2 mile vialk or.
-ments in which the error occurred, whether n Bellamy Bridge Ghost Walks 6:30 p.m. a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 transportation provided-by JTrans $2 leavingfrom
ch error is due to the negligence of the 9:30 p.m. at Bellamy Bridge in Marianna. Elizabeth p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Citizens Lodge in Marianna. Reservations required suc error is dueto the negligence of the Bellamy dons her wedding dress to tell the story of Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. to reserve a bus seat. Call Jackson County Tourist publisher's employees-or otherwise, and her life. Half-mile walk or transportation provided by Development Council 482-8061 or email info@ there shalbe not liability for non-inser- JTrans $2 leaving from Citizens Lodge in Marianna. SATURDAY, NOV. 2 visitjacksoncountyfla.com. tion of any advertisement beyond the 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, amount paid for such advertisement. This email editorial@jcfloridan.com. fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna. newspaper will not knowingly acceptor .
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- POl ic e R oundup ing which expresses preference based on
legally protected personal characteristics is Marianna Police following incidents for Oct. 28, the lat- Jackson County not acceptable. Department est available report: Two accidents, one Correctional Facility lse abandoned vehicle, one
HPW TO GET YOUR The Marianna Police Department listed suspicious vehicle, one The following persons were booked into NEWS PUBLISHED the following incidents for Oct. 28, the e-- suspicious incident, two the county jail during the latest reporting
Thelatest available report: Two accidents, ,E suspicious persons, one periods:
The Jackson County Floridan will publish three abandoned vehicles, one suspicious escort, two burglaries, two Christopher Lincoln, 48, 1390 Wynnewod news of general interest free of charge. vehicle, two suspicious incidents, three .physical disturbances, one Drive, West Palm Beach, driving while Subrnit your news or Community Calendar suspicious persons, one escort, one burglar verbal disturbance, five fire license suspended or revoked, hold for St. events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. alarm, 25 traffic stops, one civil dispute, calls, 15 medical calls, one traffic crash, Lucie Co. Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, one follow-up investigation; one juvenile tivo burglar alarms, one panic alarm, one Phillip Bradwell, 22, 75 King Thomas anniversary and birth announcements. complaint, one animal complaint, eight fire alarm, 15 traffic stops, two larceny Lane, Quincy,grand theft. Forms are available at the Floridan offices, property checks, one assist of another complaints, three criminal mischief com- Reginald Russ, 42, 2957 Milton Ave., Photographs must be of good quality and agency, two public service calls, one Baker plaints, one civil dispute, three trespass Marianna, fraudulent use of credit card,
siabgrapr Te Fo an Act transport, two threat/harassment com- corimplaints, two follow-up investigations, fraudulent use of personal identification. suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the plaints and 16 home security checks. one assault, one animal complaint, two Raymond Barnes, 55, 2338 Old U.S. Road, right to edit all submissions. fraud complaints, four property checks, Marianna, abuse on elderly disabled adult.
GETTING IT RIGHT Jackson County one assist of a motorist or pedestrian, one
The Jackson County Floridan's policy Sheriff's Offices retail theft, one gas skip, four assists of Jail Population: 210 other agencies, one public service call, two To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a is to correct mistakes promptly. To The Jackson County Sheriff's Office threat/harassment complaints and one 911 local law enforcement agency. To report a wildlife violation. report an error, please call 526-3614 and county fire/rescue reported the hang-up. call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922). Monday-Friday.



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SUBMITTED PHOTO
Members (from left) Jackie Fay Kelly, Becky Trott, Claudia Faith Hardin and Buddy. Smith, Marilyn Sweeney, Edith Whidden, Dianne Oswald and Jean Wiggins discuss the positive results The Friends of the Library received from its fall letter inviting those interested to join The Friends of the Library.

The Friends of the Library

meet to plan annual 2013

Fall Membership Drive
Special to the Floridan library's services. SUBMITTED PHOTOS Donations may also be Ireland Johnsonand Frappe' The group welcomes made in memory or in anyone interested in the honor of a loved one. Conlibrary. Annual. dues are tributions may be sent to $15 for an individual the Friends of the Library, Reagan Tyus showing her older sisters goat Tippy. membership, $100 for a Box 6348 Marianna, FL patron membership al- 32447 or may be given though .any amount is to a staff member at the welcomed and will be-well library's front desk. Your used to help support the support is appreciated. took lou itsto vn


CHIPOA AFC Goat Day by storm


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Special to the Floridan Johnson showed her Boer This year's Goat Day goat Frappe' and took first Show had a class for Pee place. Haley Dime showed Wees and children who her' Boer Goat Tippy and didn't have a goat were took second place.
invited to show one of the The showmanship exhibitor's goats. class was a bit challengReagan Tyus, who is Hal- ing; all the kids had to ey Dime's little sister, had take turns showing all the the opportunity to show other contestants goats in Hailey Dime and her Boer goat Tippy (above) won a $200 Tippy. the class.. scholarship to a college or trade school of her choice. Grand Ridge FFA had Dime won that clas sc several members that as well. When the show asking in order to send her choice. placed at the show. Faith director asked what her her a ribbon. How many eighth-gradHardin showed her Boer mailing address and As it turned out she won ers can say they have a SUBMITTEDPHOTO goatbuddyinhisclassand phone number was, it a $200 scholarship to a scholarship for college? T he Chipola College Chapter of the As- took first place. Ireland was thought she was college or trade school of Haley Dime can.
sociation of Florida Colleges recently
and awarded nine scholarships to children Local Toys for Tots chief speaks to Optimists
and grandchildren of college employees. Scholarship recipients are seated with their Specialto the Floridan sponsors standing, from left: Kaitlyn Kosciw and father Dennis Kosciw, Brooke and Heath- Tom Perry of the Toys Philip.
for Tots program was
er Wilson and mother Tammy Neal, Zachary welcomed recent y as the Perkins and grandmother Jayne Roberts. Not guest speaker at a meetpictured are: Courtney Massengilland father ing of the Marianna Optimist Club.
Rance Massengill, Ashley Pelt and mother Perry a former Marine Laurel Foran, Curtis Stephens and mother and now retired law enAna Stephens, Coleton Barberree and grand- forcemen clb offer, prtol mother Kim Collins, Cameron Oliver and origin which dates back to IN STORE:
grandfather Royce Reagan. Since 1993, AFC 1947, when the program Ring Sizing, Watch has awarded over $139,000 to more than 100 Repair, Custom Design, Corp Reserve unit in Los Pearl Re-stringing, students through Chipola's AFC Scholar- Angeles. The following Restoration ship Endowment. AFC members raise funds year there were 160 sites : SUBMITTEDPHOTO Free Jewelry Cleaning in the United States and Perry is seen here with program chairman Jack Hollis (left) Layaway through concession sales at college sports today there are more than and club vice president Arthur "AJ" Johnson. events and with an annual silent auction. 670 that generated $34 Est. 1971 million in donated toys beginning October 29. about the program, to vol- atson last year alone. Last year local efforts unteer br to have a drop E Locally there will be resulted in toys for 600 box, please contact Perry EMLOGIsrs V OLN TEERS O F some 70 drop boxes lo- children from 185 fami- by email at: lvtp5perry@ 850.482.4037 cated in area businesses lies.For more information aol.com watson iewelers.com

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a tight spot financially, the holidays are tough .
times particularly when holiday meal time approaches and the cupboard is bare. few m en Jackson County residents are fortunate to have an We need a few god men politics to light the way organization that keeps such families at the top of its
priorities. With the efforts of its members and volun- ( ~ T at matters?" It's a teach." Later that day, I was present teers and the benevolence of the people of our com- /111 question Charles as Deacon Tim delivered'his first munity this holiday season will arrive with "a chicken V V Krauthammer, homily, at his parish church of St. for every pot," so to speak. psychiatrist-turned-Pulitzer- Stanislas. He echoed Pope Francis, The Chipola Family Ministries is always collecting winning columnist, asks in the, who echoes the Gospel, in encourfood for its pantry- hunger knows no season but is first sentence of his new book, a aging those in the congregation to now doing so with an eye to the holidays. The group memoir-ish collection. The book is come to know and trust God and hopes our community will donate turkeys or cash called "Things That Matter: Three Kath LopezHis ininite mercy. Faith, he said, is contributions to meet its goal of 400 turkeys to be dis- Decades of-Passions, Pastimes trusting enough to change your life. tributed to needy families during the Thanksgiving and and Politics." He explains.how Heaven knows the world could Christmas holidays. The ministry can procure a turkey the working title for the book had the worst of it that we focus on. But use both mercy and justice, with for $15. Non-perishable items suitable for a holiday originally been "There's More to politics are necessary. "Politics is," confidence in the truth. meal are also needed. Life than Politics" and was going to Krauthammer writes, "'the moat, We have a choice. Do we seek It's a reasonable goal; considering the compassion of include just about everything but the Walls, beyond which lie the bar- and encourage the good -in our the people of our area, we're sure the organization will politics. Naturally, though, a man barians. Fail to keep them at bay, lives and, yes, in our politics? These exceed its goal and have a bountiful stock of turkeys who "left a life in medicine for a life and everything burns. things our lives, our ethics, the and food to put on the tables of families that might in journalism devoted mostly to "First and above all else," Kraut- quality of our enterprises, our dediotherwise have a dismal holiday politics" couldn't disengage. hammer writes, "you must secure cation to stewardship of the gifts Consider making a donation; both you and the recipi- Thanks be to God. life; liberty and the right to pursue we have been given and men have ents will profit from the generosity. There is, of course, much more to your own happiness." The "glories died to protect are intimately life than politics. But as Krautham- yielded by ... successful politics lie related. We're free to disengage, but mer points out, there is actually outside itself. Its deepest purpose is it's really not a moral.option. Scripps Howard News Service no escaping politics. "Politics, the to create the conditions for the cul- "Campaigns and elections...
crooked timber of our communal tivation of the finer things, begin- personalities and peccadilloes (are) W1 lives, dominates everything," he ning with philosophy and science, things that come aird go," Krauthen E urope tal writes, "because, in the end, ev- and ascending to the ever more hammer writes. "Partisan contenerrthing ... lives or dies by politics. delicate and refined arts." tion that characterizes the daily life You can have the most advanced The alternatives, he says,are of a democracy the tentative, and efflorescent of cultures. Get "deranged Stalinist politics":in incremental, ever-improvised" are your politics wrong, however, and North Korea, creating "'a land of political realities. But what are they everything stands to be swept away. stunning desolation and ugliness, informed by? What'are we arguing T here is a rich element of hypocrisy in European This is not ancient history. This is both spiritual and materiall" Or about? What are we fighting for?
outrage over disclosures that the National Se- Germany 1933." "Taliban Afghanistan, which, just What are we working toward? Who curity Agency was eavesdropping on the phone When we think that we are above months before 9/11, marched its are we? Who do we live for? These conversations of world leaders, particularly our Euro- politics, that we don't need to'get cadres into the Bamiyan Valley and are things that matter. Politics pean allies and most particularly German Chancellor our hands dirty paying attention with tanks, artillery and dynamite without conscience and conscious Angela Merkel. to who it is weare electing, or to destroyed its magnificent cliff- abandonment of politics are
Merkel angrily called President Barack Obama and policy and pending decisions, we carved 1,700-year-old Buddhas lest recipes for civilizational disaster. was assured that she was not now, and would not be are shirking a responsibility. Dis- they- like kite flying and music Politics aren't everything, but they in the future, a target of.U.S. surveillance. Apparently, engagement is dangerous; engage- and other things lovely --'disturb are inescapable. Wise engagement Obama has fielded similar calls from other leaders and ment is our civic duty. the scorched-earth purity of their makes all the difference. Men of made similar assurances, although in some cases surely How do you get your politics nihilism." faithful dedication, living lives of with his fingers crossed. right? There is a symbiosis between One beautiful Saturday this Octo- discernment, light th& t -ifnMerkel is not someone the U.S. wants to offend. She is right living and healthy politics. ber, 15 men at St. Mary's Cathedral munities and in the halls of power. the most powerful leader in Europe and generally more Our politics reflect our individual in Fall River, Mass., were ordained We know the alternatives, a than well-disposed toward the U.S. But as someone and community lives. Character as permanent deacons in the that's not a choice we can i~"i~ith. who grew up in East Germany, whose government matters are politicalmatters. Catholic Church. They serve as her- Kathryn Lopez is the editor-at-large of National .spied on everyone, she should have been sensitive to Cynicism about politics can be aids of the Gospel, commissioned Review Online www.nationalreview.com.She the possibility. And as a constant user of her cellphone seductive, as it is conflict and scan- to "Believe what you read, teach can be contacted at klopez@nationalreview. she should have known, and certainly her security ser- dal the media thrives on; it's often what you believe, practice what you com. vices should have warned her, that the U.S. was likely
not the only one listening in on her c6nversatioris.
Merkel called on #he United States to rebuild trust
anew- "We are allies. But such an alliance can Sound advice should not be misconstrued
built on trust." The White House and the State department have their work cut out for them, with the first,:
test being whether negotiations on a trans-Atlantic Not every fundamentalist is a The Slate columnist had not only free-trade pact can proceed, now that European trade right-winger, Crackpot utopianism "blamed the victims" of sexual officials suspect that the U.S. already knows their nego- and black-and-White thinking crime, but implicitly promoted tiating positions. infect all social, political and reli- something called "rape culture"
Certainly, the revelations of U.S. eavesdropping show gioiis movements. Indeed, it often a catch-all propaganda phrase the need for some kind of institutional restraint. Just appears that abandoning common like something out of Orwell's "Anibecause we can do something doesn't necessarily mean sense for dogma is one of the main mal Farm." we should. The disclosures of renegade NSA contrac- concomitants of a certain kind of GeneLyom Four legs good, two legs bad! tor Edward Snowden have the U.S. sweeping up more liberal arts education. Girls good, boys bad! than 70 million phone records in France in one month. Consider a recent bitter contro- Some of the make-believe outrage What on earth are we going to do with all that? Absent versy involving Slate's EmilyYoffe Warning college girls how not to be was so over the top as to be downspecifically targeted conversations, why would we even and an angry swarm of self-de- victimized is contrary to crackpot right comical. Salon's perpetuwant it? scribed feminist detractors. As feminist ideology, which evidently ally indignant Katie McDonough The fuss likely will die down as revelations of Europe's "Dear Prudence," Yoffe writes an holds that vomiting into the toilet she'd recently written an angry own spying surface. The French, for example, have been online advice column for that mag- while a football ]jock you met five screed about a porn star famous especially aggressive in trying to ferret out U.S.btisi- azine and theWashington Post. You minutes ago holds your hairis an for performing an anatomically ness and technical secrets. Italian Premier Enrico Letta, know, "I had a one-night stand with empowering act. improbable act who was having. whose nation's literature and theater are filled with my fiance'sbrother," or"my ex-wife Warning readers that fully 80 per- trouble finding respectable work tales of agents and double agents, said, "It is not in the is stalking me on Facebook." That cent of sexual assaults on college in her Arkansas hometown basileast bit conceivable that activity of this type could be kind of thing. campuses involve alcohol with ally accused Yoffe of writing that acceptable." I'm a big fan and a friendly victim and perp alike getting wast- "women deserve rape." Despite the indignation, much of it surely feigned for acquaintance. We had dinner in ed Yoffe added that there are also There Was no obvious evidence domestic consumption, the NSAs excess of enthusi- Washington some years back disturbinglyfrequeint reports about that McDonough actually read the asm and intrusion should not be allowed to disrupt a along with a mutual friend who "shrewd and sober sexual Slate article. For that matter, none valuable network built up over time of sharing covert was in town on a book tour. We've predator(s) who lurk where women ofYoffe's detractors felt compelled information, exchanged emails now and then, drink like a lion at a watering hole." to provide a halfway fair summary To elaborate on a U.S. public service announcement: mostly about her column. Unpre- "Let's be totally clear," she wrote. of her argument. To get the flavor of Friends don't spy on friends, but if they do, they do so tentious, nondogmatic, skeptical "Perpetrators are the ones respon- this absurd episode, it's important discreetly and compassionate, Emily's what sible for committing their crimes, to understand that this is an esmy wife calls "real people," her and they should be brought to jus- sentially dogmatic and ideological
---highest encomium. tice. But we are failing to let women dispute having almost nothing to T i n NIT It's not necessary to agree with know that when they render them- do with the visible world.
UThVAT V O -v INT 'JlDear Prudence every time to see selves defenseless, terrible things Unless, that is, you can imagine SEEIN I OO AT ALL. her column as a useful antidote to a can be done to them .I. That's not a professor ofWomen's Studies
0 l-Washington disease I call "harden- blaming the victim; that's trying to actually urging her students to get k\\. ing of the categories." When you prevent more victims." blackout drunk at frat parties.
read about the astonishing messes Yoffe added that there are many Actually, Yoffe may have found people make of their intimate lives, things schools could be doing to such a person. In response to her the wonder's not that the world's educate young men and women: original article4 she wrote, one chaotic, but that it's as safe and "Educating students about rape, professor wrote that "to reiterate orderly as it is. teaching them that by definition a the old Puritan line that women So anyway, writing under her own very drunk woman can't consent to need to restrain and modify their byline, Yoffe took note of a number sex, is crucial. Also important are pleasure-seeking behaviors is a big ofhigh-profile sexual abuse and bystander programs that instruct step backward." rape cases in the news the U.S. students in how to intervene to Meanwhile, out in the boondocks Naval Academy; Steubenville, Ohio; prevent sexual assault on drunk where I live, it's reliably reported and Maryville, Mo. and noticed classmates and about the need to that most people admitted to something elementary: "A com- get dangerously intoxicated ones hospital emergency rooms for mon denominator in these cases medical treatment." snakebites are intoxicated. Apparis alcohol; often copious amounts, So sane and sensible, in other ently, booze makes them insensible enough to render the young words, as to be almost banal. Ah, to danger. woman incapacitated." but that was until the avant garde I do hope that saying so doesn't C Friends warned her against saying online thinkers caught wind of make me pro-copperhead.
0Cso. "Talking about things women Yoffe's offenses against woman- Arkansas Times columnist Gene Lyons is a SAHE /. cando to protect themselves from kind. Writers at sites like Jezebel, National Magazine Award winner and co-author
8 10/30 rape is the third rail, they said." Feministing, ind Salon alleged that of "The Hunting of the President" (St. Martin's
2013 Jeff Staler/Dist. by Universal UClick for UFS Let's pause a moment to con- Yoffe had written "a rape denialism Press, 2000). You can mail Lyons at eugenelyItemplate such an absurd situation. manifesto."




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Lawmakers push to delay flood insurance hikes

The Associated Press succeed. Backers of the delay won an impressive,
WASHINGTON A bi- bipartisan 281-146 House partisan group of lawmak- 7 vote earlier this year on an ers Tuesday unveiled legis- amendment to a spending lation that would delay for -"bill that would postpone about four years several ---..... some of the premium inchanges to the federal gov- -,-.-.. creases. But conservative ernment's flood insurance groups are, against the program that are threaten- idea, and top House and ing to sock thousands of Senate leaders have both people with unaffordable been silent about it. premium hikes. .." Sen. Charles .Schumer, The move comes as the D-N.Y., a meinber of the government is beginning Democratic leadership, to implement a significant predicted the problems in overhaul of the much- the flood program would criticized program. That be addressed relatively overhaul passed last year soon. Rep. Bill Cassidy, with sweeping support. R-La., said he's met with The revamped program No. 2 House Republican was backed by both liber- Eric Cantor of Virginia and als and tea party conser- A feels "maybe we can pull vatives but has caused a this together." Cassidy said panic in places like Staten '7 Cantor "did not commit, Island, N.Y., and the New "- but he's at least open to Jersey coast and in flood- it, understanding that this prone areas of Louisiana, is an issue affecting many Mississippi and Florida, THEASSOCIATEDPRESS FILE middle-class families." where higher rates threat- A home in the process of being raised is seen in the Broad Channel section of Queens, N.Y., after Superstorm Sandy. The flood insurance en to push some people program has long offered out of their homes. promises premium in- rate increases that could receive them if their hous- Steve Ellis, vice president below-cost rates for hoSome.of the most ardent creases to 1.1 million ho- throw them out of their es hadn't been recently of Taxpayers for Common meowners in flood zones supporters of delaying meowners who've received homes." flooded. The new legisla- Sense, a -Washington- and has racked up about the premium increases subsidized, below-risk cov- "It has dried up the real tion would allow them based watchdog group, $25 billion in red ink since are conservative Republi- erage and could sock even estate market," Sen. Bill to transfer the subsidy says the proposed changes its creation in 1968. cans from Southern states, more homeowners whose Nelson, D-Fla. when they sell their home, would-"'gut the heart" of It has been criticized for where the new rules have homes met older building The new legislation, un- thereby propping up home last year's bill because the paying off homeowners sent some home values standards or were deemed veiled Tuesday at a Capi- values, delays would carry past its whose houses get flooded plummeting because of at lower risk under previ- tol Hill news conference, The changes are backed July 2017 expiration date. every few years. The flood uncertainty over insurance ous flood maps. Under the would delay the new rates by the real estate industry "It's a tidy way of basi- insurance program collects rates and because subsi- old rules, they could retain for people purchasing but drew opposition from cally saying 'We don't ever $3.5 billion in premiums dized rates can't be passed their old rates since they homes from someone who supporters of last year's want to do any of those re- each year, but the Federal along to buyers. New flood followed the rules when currently has a subsidized law. forms," Ellis said. Emergency Management maps. threaten to saddle they bought or built their policy or people who face Supporters of last year's Sponsors of the bill in- Agency, which runs it, some homeowners who home, but they will soon higher rates when flood reforms note that delay- cluded Democratic Sens. says $1.5 billion more is are paying a few hundred lose those "grandfathered" maps are updated. People ing .risk-based premium Bob Menendez of New Jer- required from subsidized dollars a year now with rates under the newlaw, with second homes or increases means that poli- sey and Landrieu, as well- policyholders to put it on annual premiums of more "They have followed the whose property has re- cyholders in low-risk ar- as Republican Sens. John- sound financial footing than $20,000. rules. They built to the peatedly been flooded eas will have to pay higher ny'Isakson of Georgia and as required by last year's "This is a real threat to right elevation when they would still have to pay the premiums and that many John Hoeven of North Da-. changes.
the economic well-being built," said Sen. David Vit- higher rates,. which are of the benefits of the pro- kota.- Rep. Maxine Waters, The legislation requires of many communities," ter, R-La.'"Andyet, through scheduled to rise by 25 gramgo to higher-income D-Calif., who co-wrotelast FEMA to conduct a study said Sen. Mary Landrieu, no fault pf.their own they percent a year until their homeowners. They note year's legislation, is also on about the affordability of D-La. "There is no state are facing not just rate in- premiums reflect the true that a simple delay gives board. risk-based rates on homthat is exempt from this creases to make the sys- risk of flooding. both wealthy and.low-in- It's unclear whether owners and directs the challenge." tem solvent, but literally in Last year's law protected come policyholders equal the drive to delay imple- agency to propose ways to Last year's legislation some cases unaffordable subsidies for people who benefits. mentation of the law will tackle affordability issues.


Senators debate stand-your-ground laws Tatu HaEdw

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von Martin's mother told ground because it certain- A l a panel of senators Tues- ly did not work in my case," day that state "stand your Fulton said, speaking with- door & u td o r ground" self-defense laws. out consulting. prepared do not work and must be remarks. "The person that amended, reviving the shot and killed my son is politically charged gun walking the streets today. arianna (850)482 control issue a year ahead This law does not work." of the 2014 midterm Lucia Holman McBath, 2644 VANCOUVER DR elections. the mother of Jordan Rus- Alford, FL But little besides politics sell Davis, implored the emerged from the ses- Senate to resolve the na- O F TH E sion, held in the Senate's THEASSOCIATEDPRESS tion's debate. Her 17-year- W made-for-television hear- Witnesses, including Sybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin, old son was shot and killed W EEK ing room. Democrats who are sworn in before testifying before a Senate Judiciary nearly a year. ago when II hold majority power in the subcommittee hearing on so-called "stand your ground laws.":' Michael David Dunn, 46, Senate and are trying to made reference to statis- and the majorities of both allegedly opened fire on Broughtto you keep it supported Sybrina tics which, he said, show chambers hanging in the a Dodge Durango with DEBBIE RONEY SMITH Can iv Fulton's call. that blacks invoked stand balance. Gun control is a four teenagers inside after 850-209-8039 "This law is an invitation your ground defense in politically divisive issue, complaining of their loud Call direct for your personal showing SMTER. OER. FASTER for confrontation," said prosecutions at least as of- more so in the wake of music and saying he saw and complete property information! 4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., ten as whites. mass shootings in New- a gun and thus a threat. who chaired the session.' Race and politics were town, Conn., the Washing- Jordan had been inside. Republicans, ledby Sen. unmistakably woven ton NavyYard and more. Authorities never found [ I' Ted Cruz of Texas, said the into the event and in the The 2012 shooting death a gun in the yehicle, the matter should be left to broader public policy de- ofMartin, 17 and unarmed, Florida Times-Union rethe states that passed the bate. There's little willing- and the acquittal this year ported. Dunn's trial is set laws. ness in Congress to weigh of neighborhood watch for next year. "The states are do- in on the laws of at least 23 volunteer George Zimmer- "You can lift this nationing quite well ... without states that have some form man stirred racial tensions from its internal battle our interference,"' Rep. of the policy. These laws. and sparked debate over in which guns rule over I 1S Louie Gohmert testified generally cancel a person's stand your ground laws right," McBath told the II to the Senate Judiciary dutytoretreatinthefaceof in Florida and at least 21 panel. Committee. a serious physical attack. other states. According to the Nation- @[B Said Cruz: "This is not Members of Congress Martin's mother told the al Conference of State Legabout politicking. This is are busily eligaged in their panel that she attended islatures, at least 22 states not about inflaming racial re-election efforts for next the hearing so senators have laws that allow that tensions. This is about the year's midterms, with 35 can"at least put a face with "there is no duty to retreat right of everyone to pro- seats at stake in the Sen- what has happened with (from) an attacker in any tect themselves and pro- ate, all 435 seats in the this tragedy." place in which one is law- Do you have a young tect their families." Cruz GOP-controlled House "I just wanted to come fully present." athlete you'd like to see with their own
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Tallahhassee, FL
850-385-2193 CHICAGO Former Illinois U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. entered
Betty Alston a North Carolina prison Tuesday
Standland to begin serving a2 1/2-year term for illegally spending $750,000 in
campaign money on everything
Betty Alston Standland, from cigars to a gold watch a 80, died October 27, 2013 at Tallahassee Memorial Hos- day after he tried but failed to get pital. A graveside service into the federal complex. will be held on Wednesday, In an odd twist to Jackson's longOctober 30 at 11:00 a.m. at running legal saga, the 48-yearHillcrest Cemetery in old had sought to enter the ButQuincy. The family-will re- ner Correctional Center Monday ceive friends from 5:00 but was turned away because of p.m, until 7:00 p.m. on "a snafu," C.K. Hoffler, an AtlantaTuesday, October 29 at based attorney who had accomAmeriCare Funeral & CreAmeCare Funeral & Cre- panied the Chicago Democrat, mation in Quincy.
Betty was born in Marian- told reporters Tuesday evening. na on April 17, 1933. She "He was ready to pay his debt," was a long time resident of she said during a news conferQuincy and retired from ence in Atlanta about why the the Gadsden County Tax son of civil rights leader the Rev. Collector's office in, 2003; Jesse Jackson chose to report days where she served as Assis- earlier than required. "The soon- THEASSOCIATEDPRESSFILE tant Tax Collector. She was er he reported, thl sooner he'd In this Wednesday, Aug.14, photo, former Illinois Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., leaves federal dourt in Washington. Prisonpreceded in death by her be able to get back home to his bound Jackson plans to sell his home in Washington to help pay $750,000 in penalties stemming from his sentence husband, Bill and her children to begin the process of for illegally spending campaign funds on personal items.
daughter, Kim. She is sur- healing." morning, said Bureau of Prisons prison Monday, Hoffler said. But- ner include Wall Street fraudster vived by her daughter, Karen Rowan (Tim); her son, Jackson bid farewell to his wife, spokesman Chris Burke, who terfield was quoted as saying in a Bernie Madoff and ex-Chicago Todd Standland; grand- Sandi, and two children on Sun- declined to provide additional statement, "I am happy to report police Lt. JonBurge, convicted of daughters, Megan Kauff- day, in Washington, D.C., then details., that he is in good spirits, all things lying about police torture of susman (Tommy) and Morgan went to the prison in a heav- Hoffler said someone represent- considered." pects, according to the Bureau Rowan and sister, Barbara ily wooded area 30 miles north of ing Jackson had let prison officials By quietly reporting, Jackson of Prisons. However, it's unclear Skipper. Raleigh Monday afternoon. But know in advance of his plan to re- avoided the crush of media that if Jackson will have contact with
AmeriCare Funeral & Cre- his attorney had to return hours port on Monday. "He didn't just swirled around other prison- them at the sprawling complex, mation (850) 6-27-1111 is later to pick up Jackson when showup," she added. bound Illinois politicians. For which includes high- and lowassisting the Standland prison officials called her and Court documents were never example, when Rod Blagojevich level security sections. family with the arrange- said an administrative obstacle clear about when Jackson had reported to a Colorado prison last The once-rising star of the IIwould delay processing him, she to report. In her sentencing or- year to serve a 14-year term for linois Democratic 'Party who said. der this year, Judge Arhy Berman corruption, helicopters hovered displayed -such a fondness for Marianna Chapel Jackson spent the night at a ho- Jackson in Washington said only above and cars filled with jour- luxury, will have to: perform a
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Phone 850-526-5059 around 10 a.m. Tuesday, Hoffler than Nov. 1. But Hoffler insisted Jackson inmates, the Butner guide says.
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Jordan Leigh Jackson, now Inmate No. 32451- North Carolina Democrat, also dia's glare. .including having to wake daily at JLor an i 016, was in custody as of Tuesday accompanied Jackson to the Jackson's fellow inmates at But- 6 a.m.
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age ord20, of Marianna Settlement ends suits over Ala. immigrationlaw
passed away on October 27, 2013. TheAssociated Press the state separately filed so-called "show me your rarily stopped by courts. forcing the settlement.
ice for Jordan will be held BIRMINGHAM The documents to end a simi- papers" provision that al- The state also agreed to .' "It is up to Washington at 1:00 P.M. on Thursday, state of Alabama agreed lar suit filed by the Jus- lowed police to ask for pay $350,000 in attorney to fulfill its responsibility October'31 2013 in the Tuesday to settle the re- tice Department. Federal citizenship documents fees arid expenses for to enforce the country's Christian Center Church maining challenges over courts later blocked main cannot lead to detentions, groups that sued to block immigration laws," said with Pastor David Amason its toughest-in-the-nation sections, including a one- as many immigrants had the law. Strange. officiating. crackdown against illegal- of-akind provision that feared. Alabahna Attorney Gen- Bentley had no immeMarianna Chapel Funer- immigration, which has public schools must check "Overall this is really a eral Luther Strange has diate comment on the al Home is charge of ar- mostly been gutted by students' citizenship significant win for immi- defended the law in court, agreements. rangements. federal court decisions. status. grant families in Alabama and Gov. Robert Bent- The deal followed the The state and'theAmeri- Courts have blocked and anyone who cares ley, who signed the law, 'Supreme Court's decision can Civil Liberties Union key parts of similar im- about the rights of immi- and other Republican earlier this year rejecting filed a proposed settle- migration laws in Arizona, grants," said Wang, direc- supporters said it was Alabama's appeal to revive ment that would 'end a Georgia and South Caro- tor of the ACLU's Immi- needed to protect the parts of the law, which Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. federal lawsuit over the lina and other states. grant Rights Project. rights and jobs of legal supporters and oppoYour Local Florist and Gifts law passed by the Re- ACLU lawyer Cecillia The' agreement perma- Alabama residents nents billed.as the nation's 2911Jefferson St. Marianna publican-controlled Wang said the Alabama nently blocks sections of Strangesaidcourtrulings 'toughest against illegal ,850-372-4456 Legislature in 2011, and agreement also means a the law that were tempo- voided parts of the law, immigration.



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DAMASCUS, Syria
The U.N. confided SANTAROSA, Calif. -More than an outbreak of polio in 1,000 people marched Tuesday to Syla for the first time in protest the fatal shooting of a 13over a decade on Tues- year-old boy by a Northern Caliday, warning the disease fornia sheriffs deputy in an enthreatens to spread among counter that sparked community an estimated half-million outrage and an FBI investigation. children who have never Officers stood on rooftops and been immunized because others wearing helmets stood of the civil war. guard at barricades that kept the The grim finding added protesters away from the Sonoma another layer of misery County Sheriff's Office in Santa to a brutal conflict that Rosa.
has already killed more The protesters, including mid- A than 100,000 people and dle- and high-school-age stuuprooted millions. The dents and members of the Occupy aid group Save the Chil- Oakland movement, assembled dren urged a "vaccination in downtown Santa Rosa before cease-fire" to try to prevent marching through the streets with an epidemic of the highly signs and hooded sweatshirts contagious:disease. bearing photos of the boy. Meanwhile, hopes for a 'Andy Lopez did not have to negotiated settlement to die," they chanted during the the three-year conflict ap- nearly three-hour, mostly peace- TASSOCIATEDPRES peared ever more distant ful demonstration. No arrests HEASSOCATEPR as Syria's President Bashar were made. People hold an image of Andy Lopez as they march on Tuesday in Santa Rosa, Calif. to protest the fatal shooting of Assad sacked a deputy Lopez was shot and killed Oct. 13-year-old Andy Lopez by a sheriff's deputy. prime minister for meeting 22 by Sonoma County Deputy Er- County prosecutors and Santa Allen, marched with her mother Sonoma County Assistant SherWestern officials to discuss ick Gelhaus, a firearms instructor Rosa police. and two younger brothers. -They iff Lorenzo Duenas said Gelhau, the possibility of holding who authorities said mistook a Victor Manieri, 15, a freshman also knew Andy and his family. 48, has been a Sonoma County a peace conference the pellet gun carried by Lopez for an at Elsie Allen High School, left "I'm here today because I want firearms instructorand rangemaslatest blow to diplomatic assault rifle. school early to join the march. He to getjustice not only for Andybut. ter for 19 years and has trained his efforts to bring the coun- Investigators say the hoodie- said he knew Andy and wanted to for other people that have died for law enforcement colleagues in the try's warring parties to the wearing teen didn't comply with show support for his family. no reason," she said. use of force. He is one of 26 such negotiating table. commands to drop the gun and "I disagree with what that cop The- shooting has generated instructors for the county.
was turning toward deputies did that day," Manieri said. "There several protests in Santa Rosa, lo- Gelhaus also teaches pistol, carwhile raising the barrel when he are other methods such as using cated about 50 miles northwest of bine, shotgun and rifle lessons for
Russia breaks 'Zero was shot multiple times. a Taser that would paralyze him, San Francisco. On Sunday, more Gunsite, a private company in ArThe incident remained under not take away his life." than 1,000 people turned out for a izona, according to the company's Waste pledlg investigation by the FBI, Sonoma Mitzi Reyes, 16, a junior at Elsie service to remember Lopez. website.
AKHSHTYR, Russia
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of a gigantic pit filled with
t a dm ara sh. pair get decades in prison for girl's death
spray cans, tires and foam
sheets and dump a stream
of concrete slabs that send The Associated Press tenced Tuesday to just and Carri Williams after a micide by abuse charge used sticks br belts to beat up a cloud of limestone under 37 years, the top seven-week trial in Skagit applies only if the victim him all over his body as dust. Other trucks pile clay MOUNT VERNON, of the standard sentenc- County Superior Court. was younger than 16. punishment. Hedescribed on top and a bulldozer Wash. A Washington ing range, by Judge Susan Defense lawyers told ju- The boy from Ethiopia being sprayed with a water mixes everything together couple accused of starv- Cook who said she prob- rors that questionable testified that the parents hose if he wet his pants. in a rudimentary effort to ing, beating and forcing ably deserved more time parenting practices didn't hide the mess. This landfill their adopted daughter in prison, the Skagit Valley necessarily amount to a outside Sochi, which will outside as punishment Herald reported. Her hus- crime. host the Winter Olympics were sentenced Tuesday band received a sentence On the rainy night Hana Medicine & Surgery in 100 days, is smack in the to decades in prison for of nearly 28 years. died, CarriWilliams called middle of a water protec- her death. Cook vacated Carri Wil- 911 and reported Hana tion zone where dumping Larry and CarriWilliams liams' manslaughter con- was not breathing, say- We Apreciate the Citizens of industrial waste is banned. were convicted Sept. 9 of viction because she was ing the girl had refused Jackson ounty and your support As a centerpiece of manslaughter in the death convicted of homicide to come into the house.
its Olympic bid, Russia of a teenage girl they ad- by abuse for, the same Hana was found face- 2909 Jeffersoi Street 850-482-3520 trumpeted a 'Zero Waste" opted from Ethiopia. Carri conduct. down in the backyard program that promised the Williams was also found Both also were found with mud in her mouth.
cleanest games ever, say- guilty of homicide by guilty of assault of a child Hana is believed to have I
ing it would refrain from abuse. for punishing a boy they been 13, but no docudumping construction Hana Williams was adopted in 2008 from mentation of her birth in waste and rely on reusable found dead May 12, 2011, Ethiopia at the same time Ethiopia was available. David Malloy materials. But on a visit in the backyard ofthe'fam- as Hana. The trial was postponed RealtorO
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directly supplies Sochi. Policy cancellations Medicare chief Mari- ones. Administratively
In a letter obtained by latest bloW lyn Tavenner said it's that was seen as easier:
the AP, the Environmental not the administration than changing existing
Protection Agency in the WASHINGTON Move but insurers who are plans to comply with the
area where Sochi is located over, website woes. Law- responsible for cancella- new law, which mandates *
told the Black Sea resort's makers confronted the tion letters now reaching coverage of more services.
environment council in Obama administration many of the estimated 14
late August that it had Tuesday with a difficult million people who buy From wire reports
inspected the Akhshtyr new health care problem individual policies. And, landfill and found "un- a wave of cancella- officials said, people who
authorized dumping of tion notices hitting small get cancellation notices
construction waste as well businesses and indi- will be able to find better
as soil from excavation viduals who buy their own replacement plans, in
works." The agency said insurance. some cases for less.
it fined Russian Railways, At the same time, the The Associated Press, whose Sochi project costs federal official closest to citing the NationalAsbillions of dollars, $3,000 the website apologized sociation of Insurance
for the dumping. It didn't for its dysfunction in new Commissioners, reported ,--j
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Floridan Correspondent team.
"We thank God for another
The Marianna Middle School successful basketball season," girls basketball team has Ephriam said. "Special thanks claimed yet another champi- to our administrators, Mr. Edonship this year. With Walton die Ellis, Mrs. Sybil Rivers, and defeating Malone in game one Mr. Hunter Nolen, for all of of the conference tournament, their support and encourageMarianna faced Walton in the ment this year. I would also championship game last Thurs- like to thank first-year assistant day. Marianna won in dramatic coach Ms. Jeanette Scott, and fashion 39-14. voluAteers Sarah Moore and Marianna jumped out with Zae Henderson for all of their eight points in the first quarter dedication and hard work towhile holding Walton to just wards our basketball program two, then upped the tempo in this season. I consider it a privithe second quarter. The team lege to work with such an aweposted 12 points to take a 20-7 some group of people who care lead into the locker room at the about our students and want to half. see them succeed on and off the MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN hFollowingthebreak, Marianna court." Sneads' Alphonso Brown scrambles for yardage in a game earlier this season. picked up right where it left off, Ephriam said the end of anposting 10 third-quarter points other season has a bittersweet to take a 30-10 lead into the fi- quality nal period of play. Leading the "Although our eighth-graders Lady Bilipups in scoring was will be dearly missed, I look forShemeriah Spears in double ward to seeing them move on digits with 11 points, followed and compete at the next level," Sneads tries to shake off bad performance, get ready for Vernon closely by Majic McNealy with she said. "It's always a joy to nine pgp;:i xis Miller scored see our young ladies grow and BY DUSTIN KENT that you're good enough to jbe t'a ody, but six whleAlexisJackson was on develop from year to year tear. Not dkentjcidan.com bad enough to lose to anybody Hopefully we the board with five. just as players but as people in After slogging their way through a turnover- saw how important (protecting, the football) is The win gave Marianna a 7-3 general." strewn, sloppy 14-13 road victory over the and hopefully thatwon't be a big issue in this record on the season. Follow- The team will celebrate its Norti Bay Haven Buccaneers, the Sneads Pi- game because of learning a good lesson from ing the game, Coach D'Leisha successful season with a bas- rates (4-3) will look to regroup before playing the last game. If we get anything out of that Ephriam was very proud of her ketball banquet in Novembdr. the biggest game of their season Friday night game, I hope that's it."
againstVernon (5-3). The 14 points for the. Pirates marked their Sneads will play host toVernon in a game that lowest offensive total of the season after scorcan punch the Pirates' postseason ticket for the ing 20 or more points in each of their first six College Football first time in a decade, or can result in another games.
missed opportunity and yet another playoffs They'll need perhaps their best offensive efspent at home. fort of the year to be able to win Friday against The stakes couldn't'be much greater for the aVernon defense that may be the stoutest that Sto Pirates, and they will need a much better effort Sneads has faced all season.
to come out with a victory than was required Vernon has given up just 11.6 points per game last week when they turned the ball over seven this year and has allowed only 15 total points times and needed a blocked extra point in the in its three district victories over Cottondale, second half to hold on. Graceville, and Wewahitchka. "I think the problem with the game was we Given how stingy the Yellowjackets' defense were looking past it before we ever played it, has been, Thomas said it's imperative that his The Associated Press Auburn's rise has made that but it may have been a blessing for.us with all team not get into an early hole and be forced to look like chump change. The the turnovers," Sneads coach Bill Thomas said. AUBURN, Ala. Gus Mal- Tigers' surprising climb into "You preach about it over and over to the kids See TEST, Page 2B zahn's offenses have always SEC championship contention taken off swiftly upon his ar- has been spearheaded by an of- "You preach about it over and over to the kids that you'e good enough to beat anybody, rival at a school, just not quite fense that has jumped 85 spots but bad enough to lose to anybody. like what's happened with the nationally in scoring, 102 in toAuburn Tigers. tal and 73 in rushing. Bill Thomafs, The eighth-ranked Tigers The Tigers struggled badly Sneads football coach have been on a three-game Of- during a one-season switch to fensive tear Auburn couldn't a pro-style offense uimder comanage even when Cam New- .ordinator Scot Loeffler, now at ton was powering the 2010 Virginia Tech. Now, Malzahn team to thie national champi- is back, and the numbers are onship with Malzahn as offen- surging again. sive coordinator. utht- "Gus has got an extremely Auburn (7-1, 4-1 Southeast- ique package that they're erm Conference) has produced obviously grasping very, very one of the program's 12 high- well," Razorbacks coach Bret est yardage totals in eachof the :Bielema said. 'lAnd they've got past three games, averaging 652 players that fit into it. I thinkyards during the stretch with their execution has gotten betno Heisman Trophy candidate ter every game." or big star leading the way. The Marshall's passing numbers Tigers, who had never gained have only been decent, with 600 yards three times in a sea- six touchdowns against four son, visit Arkansas (3-5, 0-4) on interceptions. Saturday. Malzahn said Tuesday he's The Tigers have key additions "day to day" for the game with a like quarterback Nick Marshall right, throwing shoulder injury and tailback Cameron Artis- but the quarterback did pracPayne, but perhaps the biggest tice Sunday. newcomerwas Malzahn and his Marshall is a key part of the hurry-up, no-huddle offense. nation's fifth-best ground game, "Ithink guys (are) just playing with 461 yards and five touchharder, and actually believing downs despite missing all of in the coaches and having trust one game and most of another in the coaches," said tailback with injuries.. Corey Grant, who has gone "They're No. 1 in the SEC in from benchwarmer to big-play rushing the football," Bielema SUBMITTED PHOTO threat in a deep backfield. said. "He's a valuable part of TEIhe Mudcats, a USSSA team based out of Dothan, finished their season No. 1 The first-year turnaround that, whether it's a read-zone is nothing new. Malzahn's of- or a quarterback run game in the state of Alabama with an overall record of20-5. The team won five of fenses as coordinator at Arkan- or he makes the right call on the six tournaments it played and ended the season ranked No. 6 nationally sas, Tulsa and Auburn climbed where the ball needs to be out of 180 teams in the 9-year-old division. Front row, from left: Raymond Blackan average' of 53 spots in the handed off. And he's very effinational rankings in scoring of- cient. I think he's gotten better mon, Justin Murphy, Mason Steele, Trenton Weatherly, Connor Jones, and Max fense, 49 in total yards and 19 every game. You can see him Bendinger. Back Row: Zephaniah Brunson, Trevon Kemmerlin, Caden Mercer, John in rushing yards in his initial Pitchford, Neal Adams and Beau Sellars. season. See SURGE, Page 2B L

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SEC Football


Jones, Mauk


have a history


The Associated Press pect who set national high
school records for career
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. yards passing (18,932),
Tennessee coach Butch touchdown passes (219),
Jones remembers when completions (1,353) and
he thought he might be total yards (22,681). One
coaching Missouri quar- year earlier, Cincinnati
terback Maty Mauk' in- signed Max Morrison,
stead of trying to stop him. who caught 142 passes for
Jones recruited Mauk 2,033 yards his senior seaSouth Carolina during his stint as Cincin- son as Mauk's good friend
head coach Steve b nati's coach. Mauk was a and Kenton teammate.
Spurrier looks record-setting quarter- "Those guys recruited over his game back at Kenton (Ohio) me real hard," Mauk said.
plan during the High School, about 130 "They were always at the second quarter miles northeast of Cin- school. I have a lot of reagainst Missouri cinnati. His older brother spect for them. It's going
on Saturday in Ben had played for the to be a fun week preparColumbia, Mo. Bearcats under Brian Kel- ing for them."
THEASSOCIATED PRESS -ly, who preceded Jones as Jones' background with Cincinnati's coach before Mauk through the reGamecocks look to build on win leaving for Notre Dame. cruiting process also gives.
Mauk signed with Mis- theVols an idea of what to
souri, where he's now a expect from the Missouri
The Associated Press playing Mississippi State Oct. 19, Shaw got the call to stumble against Mississip- redshirt freshman. Jones quarterback.
(4-3, 1-2) on Saturday. Es- play with the Gamecocks pi State. The Gamecocks left Cincinnati for Tennes- "The thing that conCOLUMBIA, S.C. -Steve pecially with Shaw, 22-5 down 17-0 and struggling have won seven straight see last December. They'll cerns me most about him
Spurrier believes the best as the Gamecocks starter, to overcome mistakes with against the Bulldogs and reunite Saturday when is that he's able to improway for South Carolina questionable for Satur- backup Dylan Thompson have the chance to win Tennessee (4-4, 1-3 SEC) vise,". Jones said. "He's to build on its dramatic, day's game since he hasn't under center, their 15th in a row at home plays at No. 10 Missouri able to take a bad play double-overtime win at practiced this week while Shaw put on a dazzling to tie the school record set (7-1,3-1). and turn it into a big play.
Missouri is to forget it dealing with the virus that display with 201 yards from 1978-80. "We were engaged in a He's able to scramble and happened. sidelined him at the start and three touchdowns "Obviously, thatwas abig great recruiting battle," move around. He throws
That won't be too easy of the Missouri game. the last one coming on win for us," said Elliott Fry, Jones said. "Maty Mauk's exceptionally well out of
considering how the 14th- "We know we were very fourth down in the open- the freshman kicker. "Now, a winner. He's the son the pocket, and he's got ranked Gamecocks roared fortunate last week, and we ing overtime when failure we've just got to look for- of a football coach, so a little bit of swagger to
back last Saturday night. are trying not to harp on 'would've meant a Mis- ward to the next one." he's a gym rat. He grew him. That's Maty Mauk."
Trailing 17-0 entering it, talk about it," Spurrier souri win. He was carried If Shaw can't play, it will up with a football in his Mauk has produced
the fourth quarter, South said. "It's history, it's in the off the field by teammates, again be up to Thompson hand since the.day he was mixed results since taking
Carolina (6-2, 4-2 South- record books and now we celebrating not just the to keep the Gamecocks born. I said he's a win- over for Franklin.
eastern Conference) ral- have to try to play our best win by South Carolina but pointed toward the SEC ner, and he's a playmaker. In his first start, Mauk lied behind banged-up against Mississippi State." boosting its chances of East title and the Georgia He's a very, very talented threw for 295 yards and quarterback Connor Shaw "I still don't think our playing for a league title Dome. quarterback." a touchdown and also for a 27-24 win over the team," Spurrier contin- in the Georgia Dome. Mississippi State quar- Mauk has started Mis- ran for a score to lead the Tigers. The victory kept ued, "has played as well as "I couldn't, go to sleep" terback Dak Prescott be- souri's last two games in Tigers to a 36-17 victory
the Gamecocks' hopes of we are capable." Saturday night after re- lieves South Carolina's place of James Franklin, over Florida. Last. week,
winning the SEC's Eastern Maybe not for an entire turning home, said Quar- defense and defensive end who sprained his right Mauk went 10 of 25 for Division alive. game, but the fourth quar- les, the Gamecocks line-' Jadeveon Clowney will be shoulder Oct. 12 in a 41-26 249 yards in a 27-24 douDefensive tackle Kelcy ter against Missouri wasn't man w o had two sacks primed to keep their suc- victoiyoverGeorgia. Mauk ble-overtime loss to No.
Quarles said it also brought bad. and six tackles against cess going. remains atop the depth 14 South Carolina.
the team closer together. Shaw entered with 6:36 previously undefeated "We know where he's chart this week, though ". He probably didn't play
Spurrier said that's great left in third period. Playing Missouri. going to be and we've got Missouri coach Gary Pin- quite as well as he would
but only if South Caro- on a sprained knee injured Spurrier, though, said last some things for him," kel hasn't ruled out the like in this. game," Mislina puts aside the cel- in the final quarter of a week's success won't mean Prescott said. "It's all in the possibility that Franklin souri offensive coordinaebrations and focuses on 23-21 loss at Tennessee. on anything if the Gamecocks game pln." could return soon enough, tor Josh Henson said. "And to start Saturday. everybody's talking about
"I won't say (Franklin's that. It's just experience.
100-yard games. Only five Sammie Coates 25.5- factor." status) is doubtful, bit it He'll get better as experiteams have had four play- yard average on 21 catches The Tigers' 24 rushing is questionable,". Pinkel ence goes. And the more ers reach triple digits in a leads the nation. And the touchdowns and 12 pass- said. experience he gets, he'll From Page lB game this season, includ- offensive line led by center ing touchdowns already. If Franklin can't play, play better and better. "
ing Ohio State, Air Force, Reese Dismukes and left top last season's totals in Mauk will work against a Mauks accuracy has gaining confidence. That Minnesota and 'Arkansas tackle Greg Robinson has 12 games. Tennessee coaching staff been an issue. He has (Texas) A&M game, they State. given up only seven sacks, Malzahn said his iirst- he knows very well. Jones, completed just 49.3 perwere matching them The Tigers have had a tied with Alabama for sec- year success at each stop defensive coordinator cent of his passes for 585 score for score. That was a pair of 400-yard rushing ond-best in the league be- results from a pretty sim- John Jancek, defensive yards .with two touchpretty impressive game to games for the first time hind Arkansas.. ple formula. line coach Steve Strip- downs and two intercepwatch." since .the Bo Jackson-led "I think each ,week 'we "I've been fortunate ling, offensive coordina- tions. Franklin has comMarshall has plenty of 1985 team. have improved in our ex- enough to have a lot of tor Mike Bajakian, tight pleted 67.7 percent of his help in the running game. "It's actually fun, getting ecution of the run game," good players to coach in ends/special teams coach passes. Tre Mason (753 yards, in, with the o-line we have Malzahn said. "The fact new situations," he said. Mark Elder and offensive But Jones doesn't need. nine touchdowns), Ar- and the receivers we have," that we've had three differ- "This situation is no dif- line coach Don Mahoney to look at a stat sheet tis-Payne. (510, five) and Grant said. "Icanjustbreak ent running backs all do a ferent. Our players have were all at Cincinnati to understand Mauk's Grant (451, four) have all one at any time." solid job, our line has done bought into what we're try- when Mauk was consid- abilities. played significant roles in The offensive renais- a solid job and then the ing to establish. We've got ering the Bearcats. "He's a winner," Jones the rushing attack. All four sance is not just about fact that our quarterbacks very good coaches that are That staff heavily pur- said, "and he makes of those players, Marshall Marshall and the running have been able to run, too. teachers and the players sued Mauk, a 2012 pros- plays." included, have produced backs. That has been the biggest are responding to them."

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up, and their experience is 300 yards per game. Chipola College proudly invitesyou to their starting to show. "(Vernon's) defensive
Only Chipley and West front four is really good, as
Gadsden have topped 20 good as anywe've seen this
points against Vernon this year. It's a good matchup
season, and the Yellow- because what we're best
jackets' offense has shown at is running the football
a spark in recent weeks by and what they're best at 6 scoring 51 points against is stopping the run," the
Holmes County on Oct. 11 coach said. "It all depends
and 55 in last week's shut- on who wins that battle
out win over Wewahitchka. right there. Will our offen- r l 2073 "Their offense fits very .sive line win, or will their O .Say, Novembers,20
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College Athletics Soccer


Source: Beckham


picks Miami for


MLS franchise

The Associated Press Beckham's business
partner Simon Fuller, the
LONDON With his '"American Idol" creator
playing career over, for- who is the driving force
mer England captain Da- in franchise negotiations,
vid Beckham has decided will be a significant sharehis t1ext move: starting holder, the person famila Major League Soccer iar with the situation said.
team in Miami. Beckham is looking to
Since leaving the Los sell stakes in the team to
Angeles GalaxyinDecem- other investors, and has
ber, and retiring from the already had expressions
game after a subsequent of interest from businessfive-month stint at Paris men globally.
Saint-Germain, Beckham Beckhamhopes the team
has been mulling over will debut in three years,
the location for his MLS which would likely require
franchise. the franchise to initially
Beckham has now made play in an existing venue.
up his mind and he would In June, Beckham
pay a discounted rate of toured the Sun Life and
$25 millionto start an MLS Florida International Uniexpansion team in Miami, versity stadiums and met
a person with knowledge with Miami-Dade County
of the situation told The Mayor Carlos Gimenez.
Associated Press on Tues- University officials deday. The person spoke livered a presentation to
on condition of anonym- Beckham and Marcelo
ity because plans for the Claure, presidentandCEO
team aren't being publicly of Brightstar Corp. and a
discussed.yet. member of the FIU Board
The option of becoming of Trustees, explaining
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a team owner was includ- the draw of a professional Missouri kicker Andrew Baggett (rear) watches his field goal attempt hit the goalpost with teammate Sean Culkin (80), during ed in the MLS contract team in Miami. the second overtime of the Tigers' game'against South Carolina on Saturday in Columbia, Mo. Beckham signed when Before. deciding on Mijoining the Los Angeles ami as the franchise locaGalaxy inheing tur2007. tion, Beckham explored
'We know tiat Miami options in other cities,
~en he' tuis one of the most pas- including Montreal, San sionate soccer markets Diego and Orlando, the
in North America," MLS person said.
Fans turning to social media to voice displeasure with college athletes Executive Vice President Miami has had aMajor Executive Vice President Miami has had aMajor
Dan Courtemanche told League Soccer team beThe Associated Press kill yourself everyone in municate today, especially DeShazo said denigrat- the AP. "We have met with fore. The Miami Fusion Missouri hates you." those from the generation ing messages should be David Beckham regarding held matches in Fort LauLINCOLN, Neb. Col- Baggett said this week of our current student-ath- ignored, even though the' ownership of an expan- derdale from 1998 to 2001, lege coaches and admin- that supportive tweets letes. Why not embrace it?" inclination would be tQ re- sion team, and we look before shutting down beistrators concerned about outnumbered the negative USC spokesman' Tim Tes- spond. "You can never win forward to David one day cause of poor attendance. their tweeting athletes also "20 fold." salone wrote in an email going back and forth with owning an MLS club." Beckham's manageshould be wary of their "Nobody's comment to The Associated Press. "It these people. They want There are currently. 19 merit team said it is not tweeting fans. made me feel worse than also helps. our fans engage you to do that," he said. MLS teams, and league 'ready yet, to make an anSocial media experts what I did on that field," he with our players and vice Someathleteswillretweet commissioner Don Gar- nouncement about Beckpointed to vitriolic mes- said. versa. Sure, there will be hateful messages so other ber hopes to expand to 24 ham's franchise ownersages directed at football Nebraska's Kenny Bell some mistakes, but that's fans.can take on the source teams by the 2020 season. ship option. 'players from Missouri and dropped a couple passes, -all part of the learning pro- of outrageous comments. A.20th team is already in Nebraska last weekend, as including one in the end cess for college kids." "It. breeds compassion," place to begin playing in SIGN UP FOR examples of why schools zone, during a loss to Min- Tessalone said he's not DeShazo said. "Fans will 2015 after Premier League should counsel athletes on nesota. Like Baggett, Bell aware of any USC players turn on that person." club Manchester City and how to cope with criticism expressedappreciation for having serious problems Of course, athletes can its partner, the New York PAY that crosses the line from encouraging tweets, but in interactions with fans. easily block people who Yankees, paid an expan- TODAY!!! heckling to hate. he clearly was troubled. by Major athletic programs are out of line from post- sion fee of $100 million to With EZ pay, your bill is
"What I worry about is caustic ones. Especially typically address social ing messages on their launch NewYork City FC. automatically pai< each some of the psychologi- disturbing was a tweet that media with their athletes. platforms. The MLS still has to give month from your checking cal outcomes. Does it lead played off the fact Bell's Athletes generally are told Though the common Beckham the go-ahead to account or credit card to decreased self-esteem? dog had been hit by a car. to think twice before hit- perception of college make Miami the location eliminating the need for Does it lead to depres- That person later apolo- ting the send button so football players is one of of the franchise. paper bills, statements sion? Does it lead to guys gized on Twitter. they don't put out some- toughness, a steady stream Beckham is looking to and stamps. not eating and' sleeping ."Tonight was the first thing that embarrasses of hate directed at a player raise several hundred JACKSON COUNTY right?" said Jimmy Sander- night that I have been themselves, the team and after a bad game is akin to million dollars of invest- FLORIDA son, a Clemson researcher truly bothered by the hate- the university. At Nebras- the cyberbullying that af- ment to fund the setup To sign up for who collaborated on a ful comments by people," ka, athletes are urged to flicts teenagers, Sanderson costs, including putting EZ Pay call us at 2012 study of how college Bell wrote in back-to-back not lash out at people who said. together the. squad of 850-526-3614 or athletes react to negative tweets. "That being said.... criticize them, but there Nebraska receiver Qgin- players and building a visit us at encounters with fans on It takes so much more ef- is no policy on what they cy Enunwa acknowledged stadium.. JCFloridan.com social media. fort to be mean an hateful should do if they are inun- he and his teammates
College athletes have al- than it is to be positive'an dated with negativity, can't resist looking at their
ways been targets for criti- supportive. I just don't un- "It might be something phones after games to see OPEN FOR'LUNCH cism, whether through the derstand it." we need to get into based what fans are saying. If mail, onil. radio shows or It would be unrealistic on things that have trans- comments are too. nega- CHECK OUT OUR catcalls from the stands. to cut off players from so- pired," said Keith Zimmer, tive, Enunwa shuts his off SPECIALS AND Because ofTwitter and oth- cial media- though some Nebraska's associate ath- for a while. MENU ONLINE er platforms, direct access coaches have tried be- letic director for life skills. "When people are tell- : to college and professional cause online communica- Kevin DeShazo, who pro-, ing you things after a loss, 850-482-3333 athletes has never been tion is ingrained in the cul- vides social media train- you hear it so many times, D om inos. com 21eesons. greater. Most interaction is ture and can be beneficial, ing for athletes at about you're going to start to bepositive. But the messages Sanderson said. An athlete 50 schools for Oklahoma lieve it," Enunwa said. can get nasty when upset can use Twitter to build City-baSed Fieldhouse Some players aren't discifans type words they surely an online identity, which Media, said coaches and plined enough to put their wouldn't say to an athlete's helps with networking, job administrators need to be phones down. face. searches and promoting aware of online threats "Most kids that age,
Last Saturday, after the team and university, and' harassment. He said whether an athlete or not, Missouri kicker Andrew Southern California last law enforcement and the are Invested in what peoBaggett missed a shortfield year began listing football platform's administrator ple are saying about them," goal in overtime against players' Twitter handles should be notified in ex- Sandersonsaid. "Loveitor S CIlZi i Im ai South Carolina, he was ac- on online biographies treme cases. Illinois coach hate it, Twitter lets us know costed on Twitter. There and in weekly game pre- Tim Beckman requires his what people are saying were comments about his views available to fans and players to sign an agree- about us, and when you ..ii, ability, homophobic slurs media, ment to notify coaches if see stuff like that, it can and one tweet that said "go "This is how people com- they have problems. take a toll on you."







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the chanting stopped him playing a meaningless players realize the eco- by Mickelson, Mclroy, We can take care ofALLYOUR AUTO NEEDS! when they realized he had match yesterday doesn't nomic potential of playing Dufner and Rose. They 2984 Dekle Street COBB'S 1 4167 Lafayette Street left, and then a lone voice really affect us. But yeah, in China. dressedin ceremonial Marianna, FL 32448 (2Blds oownfrom COBB'S 1) pierced the late afternoon we're disappointed." Woods was iistrumen- cloaks with traditional 850-526-4706 COBB'S 2 Marianna, FL 32448 air with a wistful plea in Morgan said he was tal in getting the HSBC weapons and performed 8504822028 broken English.., ..tolda few months.ago,by,,,, Chapiosa hedHa n a p eroking Hours: Monday-Friday 7:00AM 5:00PM "Tiger, where are you?" Woods' agentthat thiswas was run er-uiii20S the Bmund WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS!!
That question resonates not going to work with his and 2006, attracting huge even louder this year. schedule. After a week of crowds. He returned in The HSBC Champions corporate work, Woods is 2009 when it was aWGC embarks on a new era as a playing (for another big (though not official on the World Golf Championship appearance fee) in the PGA Tour) and was upthat finally is treated the Turkish Open, a European staged by Mickelson in the same as the other three Tour event. final round. And the Lon- The Artists Guild of Northwest Florida,
an official PGA Tour Likeother overseas don-based financial com- t event. events, HSBC once paid. pany has been involved Chipola Regional Arts Association & Chipola College But.there's one big differ- to get the best players. But with Woods as a founding Proudly Present ence. Woods is a no-show. now that it's a full-fledged partner of the.Tiger Woods He has been a huge sup- WGC, big appearance fees Learning Center. The 9TH Annual porter ofthe WGCs since have been replaced by an "He's genuinely a friend s they began in 1999 by $8.5 million purse. of the company," Morgan playing in 41 of 44 events. "What I can't do is pay said. O m The three he missed were hiin," Morgan said. "And Woods hasn't been back the Match Playin Australia I feel enormously strong since 2010. i, when it was held just after about that. This is a World These outings could T w 8 de the holidays in'2001, and Golf Championship. This signal a' change in his ecotwo in early 2010 when is the flagship event of nomic model forWoods Woods was recovering Asia. This is going to be the no longer has the bluefrom the scandal in his beacon to carry the game chip corporate support personal life, into this continent for he enjoyed for so many NOVEM BER 3 1:00 to. 4:00 m That he is not playing in many years to come. We years. Since his personal
Shanghai after a year that could do the wrong thing life crumbled after he was Chipola Arts Center 3056 College St, Marianna FL featured five wins and two by golf and drop the prize exposed for serial adultery injuries is not theissue. money right down and at the end of 2009, he no Eight other top players are justpayone or two players longer has endorsement not playing, either. The huge fees. From a public- deals with Accenture, golf season never ends. ity standpoint, that would AT&T, Gatorade, Gillette P Players can and should give us a certain amount and Tag Heuer. take breaks when it best of kudos because we'd get EA Sports is the most suits their schedules. the top player in tbe world. recent corporate relationAdam Scott also is missing, And Im absolutely notgo- ship to end, after 15 years. Gary Wofy though he faces a month ing down that route. Woods signed a deal of celebration in Australia, "We have an opportu- with Rolex in October' his first timehome since nity to be a genuine top 2011, and five weeks later Kih Martinohns winning the Masters. 10 event in the world," he announced a deal with What makesWoods' said. "That requires a mas- Florida-based Fuse Sciabsence so unsettling to sive investment, which ence to display its logo on Dr. Jill Wofsey Dale Cox tournament organizers is we're pleased to do. And his bag. For the last two F that he's already in China. that means we want to be years, however, he hasn't Free Admission + Family Event + Delicious Food He was in Hainan Island an authentic sponsor in added another sponsor. Music by Gary and Jill Wofsey + Door Prizes on Monday for an exhibi- '
tion match (and a reported +n r dw a a Interactive Children's Art Activities $2 million fee) against + Regional Art Exhibit & Reception least one more outing, hMeet Guest Artist and Writer
maybe more, scheduled rm E Y N Keith Martin Jo n and Dale.Cox this week in Asia. Woods okusbeew'E AItER Sri thURNE eDS" ms OilS ......ox and Mclroy played in ales Service A Speial Thanks to This Year's Spnonsors

skipped the HSBC at Mis- ACKSON COUNT +John Brewer's Studio sion Hills. Two years ago, V ID A M Woods was in Australia for +ha p thR x ob Overstreet LLC outings during the HSBC, + Chipola Regional Art Association regarded as "Asia's major." Fib ue "I do think that's some- 4o
thing, from the tour's point u 7 Es ofview, that does need to i iE be looked at," Giles Mor TA R o gan, global head of spon- -_ff____ OGLSBY sorship and events for aeTCOLLEGErair E HSBC, said Tuesday"I'm UIAU Trc Tra r &tFUNDED IN PART iBY not here to knock Tiger at ^HOREDDE Er n t all, be auseIfeel that he's (E E RgI4At it R i ACKSON'

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The Associated Press about his health through- nouncement and what missed the whole year, out the Pacers' busy happened last season they probably would have INDIANAPOLIS Dan- offseason. when Granger was told to sat me down a week and ny Granger tried to brush Indiana signed three free rest his injured left knee. a half." aside any new concerns agents, hired two new as- Granger didn't play until The biggest difference about his injured left calf sistant coaches, brought February and returned between the injuries, Monday. Larry 'Bird back to the to bench after only five Granger noted, is that last Pacers fans can only front office and traded for games. In April, he finally year he was dealing with hope he's right. Luis Scola. The Pacers are opted for season-ending a joint injury that severely Hours after the Pac- hoping the moves pay off surgery. inhibited his play. This ers announced Granger after they pushed Miami When training camp time, he's simply trying would miss three weeks to Game 7 in the Eastern opened last month, let a muscle heal, an inwith a muscle strain, he Conference finals. Granger was cleared to jury he's played through walked out of practice Those within the or- work though he was given in the past.with a smile and insisted ganization have always extra time to rest as he Sowhysithimnow?-The this injury is nothing like believed the biggest addi- finished his rehabilitation Pacers say it's a "precauthe one that kept him tion would be the return from surgery. tionary measure." He's outof action most of last of Granger. If healthy, the Now, he's dealing with a expected to miss, at most, season. 6-foot-9 former All-Star strained muscle inhislow- seven to eight games in a "It's not terrible," he adds depth and scoring er left leg that forced him season Indiana hopes to said. "I can run up and to an already dangerously to miss the final week of play close to 100. down the courtbutivhen I strong roster. the preseason and could "It's a long process for start jumping, it feels like But Monday's an- push return back into mid him, coming back, and a knot in my calf where I nouncement, which came to late November. we knew there would be hurt it. They (the doctors) the day before Indiara's Granger insists there's some speed bumps along just said to sit out until I season opener against nothing to worry about. the way," Vogel said. "It didn't feel it." Orlando, is only creating "They're holding me delays (the rotation work) THEASSOCIATEDPRESS Granger missed all but more concerns. badk because they want a little bit, but when Pacers forward Danny Granger (center) is fouled as he shoots five games with-a tendon Those outside the team's it to heal," Granger said, he gets. back; to feeling between Bulls forward Tony Snell (left) and shooting guard injury in his left knee, and inner circle see compari- referring to the doctors, healthy again, we'll ramp Mike Dunleavy on Saturday in Indianapolis. there were big questions sons between this an- "They said if I had not it up."


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Nathan Myhrvold is a multitalented person. He North 10-30-13 THAT A BABY BY PAUL TRAP used to be the chief technology officer at MicrooNWr-S-? / o .- soft, is co-founder of IntellectualVentures, and is A 7 4 3 re'sE.,-mE A.,'Tr the principal author of "Modernist Cuisine." When Y 2 u-a w..AsTs cw -r a_ discussing planning ahead, he said, "Fail to meet F( $ 0 w.-,ae. your responsibilities at work, and you get fired. 8 5 LE. Ignore your car's gas gauge, and you get stranded." 4AK QJ 109 If you don't watch your entries, you may get East stranded- as the original declarer did in this deal. Southwas in four hearts.West led the diamond K 8 4 Q J 10 9 2 ace:.five, nine, three. Next, West cashed the dia- 6 8754 mond king: eight, six, jack. Then, West continued
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(Jklr'l.)r:: T .'28 MINUTES 10 SECONDS EAST, 80.0 FEET, CALL FOR TOP PRICE THENCE NORTH 27 DEGREES 42 MINUTES 23 A/K/A 5841 ELF LANE, GREENWOOD, FL 32443 SECONDS EAST, 334.80 FEET, THENCE NORTH
GOTAD RDFOR JUNK VEHICLES 69 DEGREES 58 MINUTES 37 SECONDS WEST, Any person claiming an interest in the surplus GOT BAD CREDIT? ALONG THE SOUTHERLY LINE OF A 50 FOOT IN- from the sale, if any, other than the property
4 SO Down/Ist Payment, I ALSO SELL USED PARTS GRESS, EGRESS AND UTILITY EASEMENT, owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must
Tax, Tag & Title Pass 399.83 FEET TO A POINT BEING ON THE EAST- file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale.
Repo pass bankruptcy 24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664 ERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF BELAIRE DRIVE, WITNESS MY HAND and the'seal of this Court
SLOW CREDIT OK ...... THENCE NORTH 19 DEGREES 58 MINUTES 52 on October 28, 2013.
Ask About $1000. off at time of purchase. Got a Cluner SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT
4 Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 Got a Clunker : OF WAY LINE, 25.0 FEET, THENCE SOUTH 69 DE- /s/ Dale R. Guthrie
Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 Well be your Junker! : GREES 58 MINUTES 37 SECONDS EAST, ALONG Clerk of the Circuit Court Hyundai 2006 Elantra GT, We buy wrecked cars THE CENTERLINE OF SAID EASEMENT, 398.06 loaded, leather, sunroof, and Farm Equip. at a FEET, THENCE SOUTH 62 DEGREES 01 MINUTE By: Tammy Bailey
4 cylinder, automatic, 5 and Farm Equip. at a 17 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID CENTERLINE, Deputy Clerk door hatchback, 69,000 fair and honest price! : 60.0 FEET.TO THE RADIUS POINT OF A 60.0 miles, $7500. 790-7959 $250 & t Complete Cars FOOT CUL-DE-SAC OF SAID EASEMENT, Ronald R Wolfe & Associates, P.L. Hyundai 2011 Elantra touring 32,900 miles, CALL 334-714-6285 THENCE SOUTH 25 DEGREES 04 MINUTES 42 P.O. Box 25018
HySnilver ai 2011 Elantra touring 32,900 miles, .......... ... J SECONDS WEST, 60.0 FEET, THENCE SOUTH 01 Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
Silver in color, great car like new. $11,000 VW an DEGREE 33 MINUTES 53 SECONDS EAST; 853.23 F10046085 WELLSLPS-FHA---Team 1 850-209-8449. MUST SELL !!!! Looking for VW Van FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. F10046085 ercury 2001Grand Mar- sold in Enterprise, AL
ury ad ar. in 1983. If you have SUBJECT TO ROAD RIGHT OF WAY ALONG THE **See Americans with Disabilities Act quis LS, loaded, leather, seen this vehicle please NORTHERLY LINE THEREOF FOR INGRESS AND If you are a person with a disability who needs cold air, 89,000 miles, contact me @ EGRESS EASEMENT. any accommodation in order to participate in like new. $5995. Call 334 swtcraft@hotmail.com this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to 790-7959. *" r ---------- --------- ------- ---- - TOGETHER WITH A PERPETUAL NONEXCLUSIVE you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Mercury 2005 Monterey Van: tan with tan inte- We buy Wrecked Vehicles EASEMENT FOR INGRESS, EGRESS AND UTILIT- Please contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at rior, fully loaded, 74k miles, 2 owner, excellent IES OVER AND ACROSS THE FOLLOWING DE- P. 0. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 orby shape, good gas mileage. Asking $8000 Call .f I OT Ilnot. SCRIBED PROPERTY: phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days 334-393-1440 33 94-957 or 344-791-4714 before your scheduled court appearance, or Nissan 2005 Altima 132,000 miles, black in color -- COMMENCE AT AN EXISTING CONCRETE immediately upon receiving this notification if car. $4000. MONUMENT MARKING THE SOUTHEAST COR- the time before the scheduled appearance is new tires, great car. $4000. 850-209-8449. EWILLBUY YOUR CAR OUTRIGHT! NER OF THE1SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF THE SOUTH- less than seven (7) days. If you are hearing imMUST SELL Regardless of year, make, del, we have WEST 1/4 OF SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, paired, please call 711. Nissan 2012 Altima, lowillins of dollars on hand to pay you good RANGE 9 WEST OF JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIdown, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714- money for yr current vehicle. DA; THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 38 MI- ADA Coordinator 0028. We Are On The oast But orth The Drive NUTES 14 SECONDS EAST ALONG THE EAST P.O. Box 1089 Nissan 2012 Versa, GAS SAVER, well equipped, LINE OF SAID SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SOUTHWEST Panama City, Florida 32402 Nissan 2012 Versa, GAS SAVER, well equipped, & reputable, & we carn give you afair price LE OF1 01 S HWST 4- F 25)7751
ti under factory warranty, $250 down, $250 ~1/4, A DISTANCE OF 1353.04 FEET TO AN EXIST- Phone: 850-747-5338 Fax: (850) 747-5717
still ppraisa ING IRON ROD MARKING THE NORTHEAST COR- Hearing Impaired: Dial 711
per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. forppdeal877-4977975 NER OFSAID SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SOUTHWEST Email: ADARequest@judl4.flcourts.orq Toyota 2011 Camry, Great family car, great gas 1/4; THENCE NORTH 78 DEGREES 58 MINUTES LF160283 mileage, pwr windows, door lock, Am/FM, CD, 34 SECONDS WEST, 126.16 FEET TO A SET IRON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING $300 down, $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher LEGAL ROD (PSM NO 6111); THENCE CONTINUE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE JACKSON 334-791-8243. NORTH 78 DEGREES 58 MINUTES 34 SECONDS COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION OF ITS Toyota 2011 Corolla, 4 door, like new, under LEL TIC WEST,102.91 FEET TO AN EXISTING CONCRETE INTENT TO CONDUCT APUBLIC HEARING TO warranty, $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron MONUMENT; THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 78 DE- REVIEW THE FOLLOWING AND Elliswarranty, $2334-714-00 down, $279 per month. Call Ron8. LF160287 GREES 58 MINUTES 34 SECONDS WEST, 467.21 OTHER BUSINESS: Ellis 33714-0028 FEET TO AN EXISTING IRON ROD (PSM NO. The Jackson County Planning Commission will MOT RCYL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH 4927) MARKING A POINT ON THE EASTERLY consider:
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JACKSON RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF BELAIRE DRIVE (A 60 1. HANA Property Development, Inc.-A 2007 Poloris Victory Jackpot, 40K miles, 1634cc, COUNTY, FLORIDA FOOT EXISTING DIRT ROAD); THENCE SOUTH 19 proposed Land Use Change from Agriculture 100 cu. in., 106 stroker kit, many extras, custom CIVIL ACTION DIVISION:. DEGREES 58 MINUTES 52 SECONDS WEST 2 (AG2) to Commercial for a 3-acre site pegs, mirrors & windshield. 2 seater & 1 solo CASE NO.: 32-2010-CA-00581 ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE, 415.02 FEET located at 2829 Owens Street in seat, lost job need to sell $8500. 334-432-3249. TO A SET IRON ROD (PSM NO. 6111) AND CALL unincorporatedJackson County, Florida WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, THIS THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE (Section 02, Township 4N, Range 10W). Harley Davidson 2009 Sporster XL 1200C, red, Plaintiff, SOUTH 69 DEGREES 58 MINUTES 37 SECONDS 2. Aaron's Sales and Lease Store-A request for excellent condition 6300 miles, $7695. EAST, 407.59 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD (PSM a General Development Order (CP13-00008). 334-671-8671 or 334-791-0984. Lots of Extras. vs. NO. 6111) MARKING A POINT ON A 60 FOOT Site is located approximately 1 miles east CUL-DE-SAC AND CALL THIS THE POINT OF BE. Marianna on the south side of Hwy 90 in the SPORTUIITY Lillie F. Addington, et al, GINNING; THENCE EASTERLY, SOUTHERLY AND Commercial Park Subdivision within 2012 Nissan Pathfinder one owner, excellent Defendant(s). .WESTERLY ALONG SAID CUL-DE-SAC THROUGH unincorporated Jackson County.
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 310 DEGREES 10 MI- (13-4N-10-0000-0270-0040). condition, low mileage, super clean, $19, 950, NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED FORECLOSURE SALE NUTES 15 SECONDS, HAVING A RADIUS OF 60.0 The public hearing will be held in the Jackson Phone 334-796-5036 FEET FOR AN ARC DISTANCE OF 324.76 FEET TO County Commission Board Room Lexus 2010 RX350: Loaded car in excellent NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order AN EXISTING IRON ROD (PSM NO. 6111); of the Administration Building located at 2864 condition. White with tan leather interior. Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale dated October THENCE NORTH 69 DEGREES 58 MINUTES 37 Madison Street, Marianna, Florida, Just completed 50,000 mile service. $29,900. 15, 2013 and entered in Case NO. 32-2010-CA- SECONDS WEST, 399.83 FEET TO AN EXISTING on Monday, the 4th of November, 2013 at 7:00 Cell 334-701-2642. 00581 of the CircuitCourt of the FOURTEENTH IRON ROD (PSM NO. 6111) MARKING A POINT p.m..Judicial Circuit in and for JACKSON County, ON THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF FORESAID -Anyone desiring information may contact the S Florida wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, is the BELAIRE DRIVE; THENCE NORTH 19 DEGREES 58 Community Development Department between Plaintiff and LILLIE F ADDINGTON; EARL FORD; MINUTES 52 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday Ford 2010 F150 FX4 4-door, completely loaded, TENANT #1 N/K/A MICHAEL GRIMSLEY are the RIGHT OF WAY, 50.0 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- at 4487 Lafayette Street, Marianna, Florida or excellent condition, 158K miles, $18,900 Defendants, The Clerk of the Court will sell to GINNING. contact by phone at (850) 482-9637. 334-791-3081. the highest and best bidder for cash at NORTH FORKLIFT-TOYOTA 2000 Model, 3300 Ib, lift DOORJACKSON COUNTY COURTHOUSE, MAcap., excellent condition $4,700 205-902-4212 RIANNA, FLORIDA at 11:00AM, on the 14th day of November, 2013, the following described
GMC 1997 Sierra 2500 property as set forth in said Final Judgment:
128K miles on new
engine, exc. cond. black PARCEL 4: COMMENCE-AT AN EXISTING CON- t ;~~& silver in color. NEW CRETE MONUMENT MARKING THE SOUTHEAST iJ /.
tires, cold air, long CORNER OF THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF THE
wheel base, runs great SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 5
& very clean Reduced To $3500. OBO NORTH, RANGE 9 WEST OF JACKSON COUNTY, Must Sale. 334-701-2596 located in Ozark FLORIDA, THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES 52 MINUTES 28 SECONDS WEST ALONG THE '
WANTED AUTOS l -SOUTH LINE OF SAID SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF y SOUTHWEST 1/4,393.89 FEET AND CALL THIS
THE POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE CONTINUE
1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF NORTH 89 DEGREES 52 MINUTES 28 SECONDS YOUR TOWING NEEDS! WEST, ALONG SAID SOUTH LINE, 155.96 FEET
TO AN EXISTING CONCRETE MONUMENT, U l & : THENCE DEPARTING SAID SOUTH LINE ON A 4AUTO BODY & RECYCLING BEARING OF NORTH 26 DEGREES 47 MINUTES
PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR JUNK CARS 48 SECONDS WEST, 570.81 FEET, THENCE
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