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Local teacher charged with
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From staff report Office reported that the Jack- tact began occurring in July 2013.
son County School Board had The victim was McDaniel's former An eighth grade teacher at Grand provided information in recent student at Grand Ridge Middle Ridge School has been arrested on months concerning possible al- School; however, the allegations a charge of lewd and lascivious bat- legations of an inappropriate of sexual misconduct did not aptery upon a minor child between relationship between a student and pear to have occurred during the the ages of 12 and 16. a teacher in the school district. An time the victim was a student of DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
Patrick Kyle McDaniel, 32, investigation was.launched as a re- McDaniel's.". Tonya Chason sorts through some of the donated-supplies that' was arrested at the close of the sult of those reports, with the probe The investigation was a cdop- will be used to provide a Thanksgiving dinner for the residents school day' on Thursday, Nov. leading authorities to eventually erative effort of the Jackson County of Chipola Apartments, an independent living apartment 14. He was expected to make his charge McDaniel with the. alleged Sheriff's Office, the Florida Depart- complex for seniors. first court appearance on the offense. ment of Law. Enforcement, the charge Friday. Officials wrote in the press release Office of' the State Attorney in
In a press release about the mat- that the investigation "has revealed ,the 14th Judicial Circuit, and the ter, the Jackson County Sheriff's that this inappropriate sexual con- Jackson County School Board.
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A few days ago, the new some sleep on their couchresident services coordi- es because they don't have nator/case manager at a bed. Some don't have miChipola Apartments put crowaves they could use to out a call for help in Imak- heat meals. Others struging sure that all the seniors gle to provide themselves
who live at the non-profit enough food from month low-income housing com- to month, living as they plex will have a. nutritious do on fixed incomes. Even Thanksgiving meal. with the low.rent they pay On the job just three on a sliding-scale basis,
weeks, Tonya Chason is many face real financial saddened by what she's challenges. It was a simple learning as she gets to parlor game that clued know the residents of the Chason in on that reality. independent living facility, The complex holdsperiodWhere the residents take ic Bingo sessions and gives care of their own affairs, out prizes to the winners. with some moral support Many people in the apartand minor assistance from ments have asked that she the staff when needed. provide prizes like garbage SChasn estimates that 70 'bags, dishwashing liquid, percent offhe residents are zippered storage bags; toi. in need in one way or an- let tissue, paper towels and other. There are 50 units in
the complex' Some of the See HELP, Page 7A
PHOTOS BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
T" J r his car was involved S'in a traffic collision b L with a tractor-trailer rig (below) Thursday
morning near the offramp leading from Interstate 10 to Penn Avenue in Marianna. No details of the accident were immediately available.
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Paula Wright (left) Friends of the Graceville Branch Library, and Friends president Phoebe Murrell browse some of the books that will be available at the library's book sale on Saturday.
Book sale set for
W n Saturday, Nov.16
Event is fundraiser Gaceville Branch Library f The President of that orO S m for Friends ofthe ganization, Phoebe MurGracevile Branch rell, said the money raised From staff report Libraywill go to help the Friends Frostaffreport Library purchase new books and Specialtothe Floridan other materials for the liMarianna-area resident brary and to help fund visLinne Dodds is warning A few hundred books its from authors and other fellow Jackson Countians will be available for bar- guests whom. the Friends about a scammer who gain prices Saturday at the bring in for public events. called her late Thursday Graceville Branch Library, For the past couple of afternoon claiming to be located at 5314 Brown St. months, she said, Friends a representative of Micro- Paperback volumes will have been hitting up their soft. The individual asked DEBORAHBUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN go for a quarter each, and friends and family memher to turn on her comput- arianna work crews were busy repairing a water- most hardback editions for bers for book donations er and talk to them while $1.Afewcoffeetablebooks and have amassed bethey worked to get rid of /I line leak on a Lafayette Street service line early will cost slightly more than tween 250 and 500 books a virus that had infected LV L Thursday morning and soon had the 37-inch line that. to sell.Noneofthevolumes
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FLORIDAN FRIDAY, NOV. 15 SATURDAY, NOV.16 SUNDAY, NOV.17 n Toys for Tots applications Anchorage a Toys for Tots applications Anchorage a Toys for Tots applications -Anchorage Publisher Valeria Roberts Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna.Ap- Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Apvroberts@jcfloridan.com plications will be taken until nobn on Dec. 6. All toys plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6 All toys will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 6:m. toys will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m. Circulation Manager- Dena Oberski
email@example.com Farm CityDay Breakfast -7 a.m.- 9 a.m. 10a.m. ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion Agriculture Conference Center, 2741 Pennsylvania a Pecan Festival Downtown Malone. 6 a.m. 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist CONTACT US Ave., Marianna. "Honoring J.ackson County Agricul- Breakfast including pancakes, sausage and coffee ChUrch ,2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Atture for 40 Years." Come out and celebrate Jackson for $5 which proceeds benefit Bascom School tendance limited to persons with a desire to stop Telephone: 850-526-3614 County Agriculture in honoring our Farm Families. Renovation Committee. Parade 10 a.m. with lineup drinking.
FAX: 850,482-4478 Jackson County Extension is collecting peanut but- at 8:30 a.m Free to participate, Arts and crafts and n Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ter to contribute to local food pantries and is asking food booths available for rent: $35 with electrical the board: room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, every family that attend to donate an unopened jar service $30 without. Children's activities and pony 5429 College Drive, Graceville. Street Address: of peanut butter to help "Take a bite out of Hunger" rides available. Musical entertainment. For booths
4403 Constitution Lane in'Jacksoh County. call 569-2556 or 569-5701. For parade call 557Marianna, FL 32448 ) Small Business Seminar: "Restaurant Fun- 8366 or 569-2986 MONDAY, NOV.18
Office Hours: damentals" 9:30-11:30 a.m., in Room M-108, Yard and Bake Sale -7 a.m. until Marianna n Chipola Chapter, NSDAR celebrate 55th anWeekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Chipola College Business and Technology building, Tractor supply to help restart Cottondale FFA niversary 11 a.m. at The Oaks Restaurant in
Marianna. Learn to analyze food costs, develop a program. Marianna. Founding members will be honored and menu, and incorporate cost-saving strategies and those with a connection o them will be recognized. MISS YOUR PAPER? en ost: ste a Women of the Moose Chaper 1286 Fall Special guest State Vice Regent Virginia PofYou should receive your losspreventin: Cost: $15. Registerolie at. ,Bazaar: 8 a:m to 1 p:m. in Moose Lodge (old fenberger will b the keynote speaker. Everyone newspaper later nrtloridabizom, call 718-2441 or email sever- Tony's Restaurant) parking lot in Marianna. Bring interested in DAR is invited. Reservations are not than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- email@example.com. your handmade goods and join the cause. $5 if you equired. Dutch treat. Call 638-1947 or cdjordan@ tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson bring your table. $10 if Moose furnishes.table. Call bellsouth.net
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The Cunty Public Library Marianna Branch. New and. 526-1026 after 4p.m. )) Senior Fellowship Association noon in the
Jackon County Floridan (experienced hand crafterswelcome to create, Jackson CountCommunity Helpers Club youth center of the First United Methodist Church Jackon County Floridan (USPS 271840) share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482 10a.m. 4571 Dickson Rd, Greenwood. 0 inMarianna Guest speaker: Rodney Andreasen,
is published Tuesdaythrough Friday and 9631. a Military Veteran Monument dedication- 9, Director of Jackson County Emergency ManageSunday mornings:Periodical postage paid ) Chess Club -6 p.ni-- 8 p.p. First United a.m. ComerfOrdVault and Monument Service. U. ment.. Marianna Health & Rehab will be the busiat Marianna, FL. Methodist Church on Clinorn St. in Marianna. 3. 90, Sneads. A monument will be dedicated to all ness highlighted. Members bring covered dish to Sponsored by Marianna Optimist Club for students military veterans. Public invited. accompany fried chicken. SUBSCRIPTION RATES fostdents a rs of age in Jackson County. ,Fall Food Preservation Workshop 9 a.m. Employability Workshop 2:30 p.m. Marianna A 'll s6t u erit s and-their parents are welcome; Players
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 of allki eavels including beginners are welcome. to 3 p.m. Jackson Cpunty ExtensionService, 2741 One St6p Career Center .Career Exploration with for three months; $62.05 for six months; Call 693-0473. Pennsylvania Ave., Suite #8, Marianna. Learn O*Net. Free and open to public. Facilitated by a how to can meats among other things. There will certified motivational career coach. To register visit and $123.45 forone year. All prices include Celebrate Recove y -7 p.m. at Evangel Worship be door prizes, food samples and lunch. No one EmployFlorida.com applicable state and local taxes. Mail Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in MariannafAdult, leaves empty handed. Copies of "So Easy topPre- Jackson County Tobacco Free Partnership subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and serve" Food Preservation Guide will be available Meeting- 4:30p.m.athe Departmeot of Health subscriptionsare: $1 for three innhs; hang-ups. Dinner: 6 p.m. Child careavailable. Call for $18. Must register by Nov. 13Seating is inJacksonounty Multipurpose Rooiri. Public
$92.24for six months; nd $18447 for one 209'78565731131. limiteinvited.
SAlcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 ) Partners for Pets"Rock and Rawhide" Noon )Jackson Coun Development Council, Inc year. **JackCount Development Co ncPl, ea d p.m.inthe AA room of First United Methodist -5 p.m. 4011 maintenance Drive, Marianna. Featur- monthly Board of Directors meeting- 5 p.m. in SVERN Church,2901CedoniaSt. in Marianna. ng: live music, special demonstrations by Florida the upstairs conferenceroom located in the NerADVERTISING ChipolaCollege Black Student Union Fund- Highway patrol K9 division, food vendors, gaines for ing urt Office Building at 2840 Jefferson St. in The advertiseragrees that te publisher raiser Dance 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. Cultural.Center, kids and big sreen television raffle. $10 parking. No Marianna.The public is invited to attend.# shall not be liable for damages arising Chipola College. Dance party and costume contest. entry fee. Call 482-4570. Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting out of errors and advertisements beyond First, second and third prizes awarded for the Best Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30- 5:30-7:30 p.m: at Ascension Lutheran Church, oth o aid rtse ty 90's costume. Tickets $7 general admission or $5 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist 3975 U.S: 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings the amount aid for the sace actual with current Chipola ID. For advance tickets call Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. are fourth Mondays other Mondays are for
occupied byathat podion of the advertise- 718-2319. Chipola Men's Basketball Classic- 8 p.m. projects, lessons, help. All quilters Welcome. Call ments in which the error occurred, whether ) Chipola Men's Basketball Classic 8 p.m Chipola plays. 209-7638. such error is due to thenegligence of the Chipola plays.
publisher's employees or otherwise, and 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 there shall be not liability for non-inser- emajl firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna. tion of any advertisement beyond the
amount paid for such advertisement. This
newspaper will not knowingly accept or PoHlie R oun dip publish illegal material of any kind. Advertising which expresses preference based on Marianna lice De rtme highway obstructions one physical distur the countyjail during the latest reporting g xproete perenache s t bance, free verbal disturbances, two fire periods: legally protected personal characteristics is The Mariann Police Departmentlsted .. calls with police response, Kristy Johnson, 36; 27556 NE Jessica not acceptable, the following incidents for Nov. 13, the one burning-related com- Stone Road, Altha, hold for Calhoun Co.
latest available report: Two accidents, plaint;two drug offenses, a Justin Blackmon, 27, 4259 2nd Ave., HOW TO GET YOUR four suspicious vehicles, one suspicious M E 10 medical calls, four bur- Marianna, driving while license suspended
NEWS PUBLISHED incident, one escort, one highwayobstruc- glar alams, one fre alarm or revoked.
EJSo LrISD tion one prowler, one burglary alarm, five traffic stops, two s Haun Doan, 34, 5315 Falling Star Road, The Jackson County Floridan will publish one power line down, twotraffic stops larceny complaints, one criminal mischief Tallahassee, violation of state probation. news of general interest free of charge two trespass complaints, one found or complaint, two civil disputes, one trespass a Robert Hamilton, 37, 1852 NW 207 St., Submit your news or Community Calendar' abandoned property report, one follow-up complaints, one follow-up investigation, Miami Gardens, non-child support. events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, investigation, three assists of other agen- one garbage complaint, one suicide at- a Chistina Hill, 26, 2232 Highway 177A, Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, cies, one public service call, one open door tempt, four noise disturbances, one animal Bonifay, violation of state probation. anniversary and birth announcementS. or window discovered and seven home complaint,one sex offense, 20 property Richard Miles, 31, 1251 Mapoles St, Forms are available at the Floridan offices. security checks. .checks, one assist of a motorist or pedes- Crestview, failure to appear. Photographs must be of good quality and trian, one assist of another agency, one a Tracde Barksdale, 42, 201 Acuff Road, suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the Jackson County Sheriffs Offics property damage report, one child abuse Gurley, Ala., hold for Dade Co. rightto edit all submissions. The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and complaint, five criminal registrations, one ) Tirrell Brooks, 26, 261 Everitt Road (Apt.
county fire/rescue reported the following welfare check and five transports. G7), Panama City, no valid driver's license. GETTING IT RIGHT incidents for Nov. 13, the latest available
The Jackson County Floridan's policy report: One missing juvenile, three aban- Jackson County Jail Population: 211 is to correct mistakes promptly. To doned vehicles, three suspicious vehicles, Correctional Facility To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a Report an error, please call 526-3614 four suspicious incidents, one suspicious local law enforcement agency To report a wildlife violation, Monday-Friday. person, one special detail, two escorts, two The following persons were booked into call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).
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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com LOCAL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15,2013 3Ai
NEW MEMBERS INDUCTED
INTO OPTIMIST CLUB
Pictured (from left) First Row: Courtney Harrell, Bailey Hughes, Christy Peeler and Samantha Rodriguez. Second Row: Nicole Westbrook, LaShonda Beckwith, Josh Carr, Mason Dixson, Logan Smith, Sara Beth Bryan and Jazmin Spears. Third Row: Kazarieya Williams, Harrison. Floyd, Abairon Weatherspoon and Kamrie Calloway. Fourth Row: Hakeam Bell, Tindell.Hart, Devontay McGriff and Austin Westbrook.
elinda Gay' (left), a city of Marianna employee, and Kim
Hatcher(right), a Cadence Bank employee, were inducted
.into the Optimist Club of Jackson County by Sylvia Stephens (cefiter) club president. The club welcomes the new members. Court announced The Optimist Club of Jackson County is a "Friend ofYouth" and pro- Special to the Floridan Queen winner will be Williams, escorted by vides programs to help youth throughout the County. announcd:at 4:30 p.m. HakeamnBell.
.'M /"alone School will before the games begin. .Junior Class Attendants be celebrating Malone would like to in- Jazmin Spears, escortHomecoming vite all alumni to attend. ed byAbaironWeathOPTIMIST CLUB OLLE TING with dress-up days and This year's Homecom- erspoon, and Nicole O TS CL L E 1 L lots of school spirit. The ing Court consists of: Westbrook, escorted by Homecoming festivities Freshman Class At- Harrison Floyd. FO R TOYS FO R TO TS will end with a pep rally tendants LaShonda Senior Class Attendants
in the school's gym on Beckwith, escorted by Courtney Harrell, Friday, Nov. 22, at 8:30 Devontay McGriff, and escorted by Josh Carr, om Perry of a.m. and the Homecom- Sara Beth Bryan, escorted Bailey Hughes, escorted inmg.game will be Saturday, byTindell Hart. byMason Dixson, Christy Toys for Tots Nov 23, against Central, Sophomore Class At- Peeler, escorted by Logan
was recently beginning at 5:30 p.m. tendants Kamrie Cal- Smith, and Samantha welcomed by mem- The Homecoming- loway, escorted by Austin Rodriguez, escorted by Court and Homecoming Westbrook, and Kazarieya Chai Baker.
bers of the Optimist
Club of Jackson
County as its guest MMS BETA CLUB LENDS HELPING HAND speaker. Tom provided history about Follow us on the national organiza- Facebook tion and information ,I : about how citizens SUBMITTEDUHP
can be more involved inthe Toys for Tots program. The club is collecting donations, and several members will be assisting with separating and bagging toys for the families that are helped by this organization. Pictured (from left) are: Sylvia Stephens, OCOJC president, Tom Perry, speaker and FlJacksoridanty Karen Keesee, club member.
Festive starts (e. The Marianna Middle School Junior Beta Club is lending -.
A Festive C lristl as start helping hand. It recently held a food drive at the school and donated the goods to the Jackson County Weekend Special to the Floridan and Friday, Nov 22 at 9:30 Tickets are $5 for the Backpack Program. Pictured in the picture are Michael Kilts, a.m. in the BCF Wellness Thursday evening perfor- JCSB supervisor of federal programs, Eddie Ellis, principal The Music andWorship Center. mance and available in of Marianna Middle School, and the students are officers Division of The Baptist .Every year, people travel the BCF Business Office. of the Junior Beta Club: Riley Torbett, president; Laura Lee College of Florida in from all over the tri-state For Friday morning, the Gause, vicepresident; Leah Tucker, secretary;, and Lindsey Graceville has officially area to see and hear the performance is free of Ramin, treasurer. announced the dates for magnificent presentation charge, and guests are the annual Christmas mu- by BCF students celebrat- invited-to continue the MlkRItANNA GARDEN CLUB SAYS: sical. The choir, orchestra, ing the birth of Christ. festivities at the Hpliday and college ensembles From classical holiday Heritage Festival begin- 'STOP LITTERING AND RECYCLE' have been steadily prepar- favorites to new contem- ning at 11 a.m. in Heritage ing a variety of Christmas porary Christmas cho- Village. For more informelodies to usher in the ruses, the event is always nation about "A Festive Christmas season. The one of the area's favorite Christmas," call at 800Christmas performances Christmas events. leaving 328-2660ext. 427 or ns AIOsatsoO are scheduled for Thurs- audiences filled with great visit www.baptistcollege. Onnr IE R c t on day, Nov. 21, at 7 p.m. joy and anticipation. edu. : A.. tann. c.us rioro oGrsrs
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bers, Greg Gaines, State Farm t Downtown Marianna Financial Services Specialist; B L A850.482.4037 Chris Cummings, State Farm Members of the Mariann SUBMTED PHOTO Zone Manager for Financial Garden Club, 'Muriel Turner Services; Keith Williams,
uMaianna State Farm agent; and Joy Hinton, are on a
,,Linda Pforte, Marianna campaign to stop littering State involvetdC a and do more recycling here eState Farm agent; Chipola in Jackson County. Four new. ST p president Dr. Gene Prough; signs, paid for by the sale of
Dr. Steve Givens; and Dave pu on private propertye Williams, State Farm Area aruon priate pro around Marianna. JacksonKu Executive for North and
Keith W illiams and Central Florida. County is a Tree City.
State Farm donate
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Keith Williams, a Mari- Chipola baseball games. Thursday (E) 1114 -g3-9eE 0+64 Notavilable.r ,ea anna State Farm agent, "Keith is a great friend Thus. () a2vala6 i 9-1-6-4 MdlSh le s ereofe s presented a check for to the college," Chipolav F. (E) 11/8 94-9 2-0s5f3 5-11192236 ob pr d a
$10,000 to the Chipola president Dr. Gene Prough Fn. (M) 5.3-9 8-6-2-2 College Appreciation Club said. "His support over the Sat. (E) ,11/9 2-3 0 8-5-9 pT1a9-23-27-31-33 during a press conference years has been nothe ing Sa. (M) is fe o-5f4Rantee.: on Friday. The donation short of amazing. He has will be used to support helped manystudent-ath- Sun. (E) 1t/10 0-2- 9-5-5-8 15-23-26-35 36
the college's athletics letes realize their dreams Sun. (M) 2-2-5 4-6-9-5 DA T( T) 7,157 programs. of playing on a big stage E= Evening drawing, M = Midday drawing C2 sieeraom FeurrH90mn.com Williams is a long-time while earning a college InH i
supporter of the college education." Satrsms r itaco-iage me 3 r-332 who has made significant :Wednesday 11/13 5-1-5055 56 PB 9 donations in the past. He '
donated several thousand e' fvi C dollarsfor a giant blimp Saturday 11/9 9-12-15-21-33-45 xtra 2 ONO ECIL POWL that was used for years at dWednesday 11/13 5-12-14-28-45:50 xtra 2 dvoi lh www.l8e -.co (85o ) 209-5211 (c)lowL
Picbture (from letear: y t on jelsloe Chipola basketball games. For lottery information, call 850-4877777 or 900-737-7777 @ embarqmail.com tMmoy0Mylaahoo.com century2.com He also paid thousands for -sp-dfrbRte.COslo
14A FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2013 REIGION JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com
Religion Calend" Military chaplains back on front lines
SATURDAY, NOV. 16 John AME Church, Campbell
n Yard, bake and craft sale ton. Guest speaker: Rev. Tan C. Tt was in 1775 that General thinkers entitled, "Didn't Southern
-10 a.m. Rocky Creek Baptist Moss. George Washington authorized Baptists Just Resign as Military Church. Auction: 10:30 a.m. chaplains in the Continental Chaplains?" Guilt raffle. Individual can have WEDNESDAY, NOV.20 Army. "Purity of Morals," he wrote, "The SBC policy is encouraging their own yard sale by renting n Fall Revival 7 p.m. St. three years later, provided the "only because it is an honest represen10 x 10 space with table $8 or John AME Church, Campbell sure foundation of public happi- tation of the previous unwritten 10 x 10 space without table $5. ton. Guest speaker: Rey. Tan C.
Call 762-3333. Moss. ness in any Country" and thus was anti-gay stance of the SBC ... but is SPastor's Pre-Anniversary "highly conducive to order, subor- discouraging in that it does not take
6 p.m. Evergreen Missionary FRIDAY, NOV. 22 dination and success in an Army." Tn Religion full responsibility and resign exBaptist Church. Guest speaker: y Annual Men's conference "Purity of Morals" might have On Religion plicitly from a military chaplaincy Bishop Marquez Alexander 7 p.m. New Beginning Outreach provided unity during theAmeri- they clearly do not wish to partake accompanied by Victory Temple Ministries, Inc. in Jacob City can Revolution, but chaplains face appearance of accepting ... sexual in," said the MilitaryAtheists.org the Whole World of Truth at 2254 Magnolia Dr. Special more divisive issues decades after wrongdoing." The document also analysis. congregation of Panama City. speaker: Pastor Willie Barkley the Sexual Revolution. drew a stark line between the "The policy as written may Anyone wishing to participate (This service exclusively for "No Catholic priest or deacon work of SBC chaplains and those potentially be copied by other on program call 557-7370. men). Call 352-4733 or email may be forced by any authority representing liberal traditions, say- endorsing agencies who share the ) Monthly Sing -7 p.m. email@example.com to witness or bless the union of ing they should not lead worship same view of scripture. If other Emmanuel Holiness Church couples of the same gender," wrote services with any clergyperson who agencies follow suit, potentially 50 featuring Walter Wilson. SATURDAY, NOV. 23 Archbishop for the Military Sei- "personally practices or affirms percent of military chaplains may n Monthly sing 7 p.m. )) Annual Men's conference vices Timothy Broglio, in guidelines a homosexual lifestyle or such be affected." Emmanuel Holiness church in 8:30 a.m. New Beginning released last month. "No Catholic conduct." Clearly, the nation's two largest Grand Ridge. Featuring Walter Outreach Ministries, Inc. in priest or deacon can be obliged to While one Army manual says churches do play crucial roles in Wilson. Call 557-0744. Jacob City at 2254 Magnolia Dr. assist at a'Strong Bonds' or other chaplains are not obligated to per- the chaplaincy program. A mere with Father and son breakfast 'Marriage Retreat,' if that gather- form duties "contrary to their faith 234 priests serve the 25 percent SUNDAY, NOV. 17 with a workshopto discuss ing is also open to couples of the traditions, tenets and beliefs," other of all military personnel who are n Homecoming 10 a.m. mental health, encouragement same gender. A priest who is asked regulations stress that all chaplains Catholics. The Southern Baptist Hickory Grove Free Will Baptist in the workplace, health and to counsel non-Catholic parties in must be willing to provide "reli- Convention has more than 1,500
Bascom. Guest singers: The Program will begin at 6 p.m. a same-gendered relationship will gious support" for all personnel in approved chaplains, more than any Bryan Brothers. Homecom- with special speaker: Pastor direct them to a chaplain who is their care. other faith group. Ing message by: Rev. James Harry Smith (This service exclu- able to assist." The "Chaplain Activities in the America's military leaders will J. Bradley, Sr. Lunch will be sively for men). Call 352-4733 The archbishop's missive followed United States Army" volume notes, have to decide if doctrinally conserved. Everyone welcome. or email newbpraise@yahoo. a remarkably similar memorandum for example, that while chaplains servative chaplains will be allowed a Rev. David Green to render com. from Southern Baptist Conven- "remain fully accountable to the to honor their religious vows or not, service 11 a.m. Bethel tion leaders, including former code of ethics and ecclesiastical said the Rev. Russell Moore, leader Missionary Baptist Church, SUNDAY, NOV. 24 U.S. Army Chief of Chaplains standards of their endorsing faith of the SBC's Ethics & Religious Cypress, FL. Everyone welcome. n Annual Men's conference Douglas Carver, a retired two-star group" this does not relieve them Liberty Commission, in a forum ) Harvest Day 11 a.m. Abun- 11a.m. New Beginning general. It stressed that Southern from their duty to provide "ad- last week. dant Faith Full Gospel Church. Outreach Ministries, Inc. in Baptist chaplains must teach that equate religious support to accom- The current trend, he said, is to Guest speaker: Rev.Claude Jacob City at 2254 Magnolia Dr. "all forms of sexual immorality," plish the mission." view chaplains as "carriers of the Holden. Lunch following.service. Special speaker: Apostle Hurley including adultery, homosexual- Thus, it's significant that Army American civil religion, in a way Rbss Family and Friends Day 9:45a.m. Everyone welme ity and pornography, are "equally materials promoting the chap- that seeks to counsel and to do
11 a.m. New Hoskie Baptist Call 352-4733 or email newb- destructive to healthy marital lain led "Strong Bonds" program some religious duties but not to Church, Greenwood. Guest firstname.lastname@example.org relations." indicate that its mission is to help actually be Roman Catholics or speaker: Elder Adrain Abner. However, the document's main all soldiers singles, unmarried Evangelicals or Latter-day Saints Lunch will beserved. Annual Harvest Day 11ME purpose was to offer guidance on couples and families thrive in or Muslims or what have you. I n McChapel Day 11 a.m. Church, Greenwood. Guest issues emerging after Pentagon de- the "turbulence of the military think that is troubling.... I believe McChapel African Methodist speaker: Minister Adrian cisions to embrace same-sex mar- environment." in religious pluralism in the public Episcopal Church, Marianna. Stanley. Lunch immediately riage and to allow gays and lesbians It will be impossible for doctrin- square where everyone comes as he Guest speaker: Rev. George following service. Cell 381-2991 to openly serve in the armed forces. ally conservative clergy to avoid or she is into the public square for Jones. Church school at 9:30 or 557-5950. Southern Baptist chaplains, same-gender couples and families more dialogue and not less." a.m. Call 326-5463. )) Homecoming 11 a.m. stressed the guidelines, could not in that context. Thus, it's time for Terry Mattingly is the director of the Washington SHarvest Day 3 p.m. Salem St. Peter Missionary Baptist "conduct or attend" same-sex some chaplains to quit, according Journalism Center at the Council for Christian A.M.E. Church, Graceville.. Church, Sneads. Guest Speaker: union rites or join in counseling to a manifesto from the Military Colleges and Universities and leads the GetReliGuest speaker: Apostle Jeff ey Pastor Rev. Daryl Johnson. Call sessions or retreats that "give the Association of Atheists and Free- gionorg project to study religion and the news. Wooden, who is originally from 593-6825.
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John AME Church. Campbell C. arvest Day Program upstate pastor has been serve a one-year-term and membership to about He also holds a doctorate Moss. Campbell ton. Guest speaker: selected as president of succeeds the Rev. Ralph 2,000. of ministry in expository Rev. John Tetter. Be sure to wear. the South Carolina Baptist Carter. The 36-year-old Horton preaching from SouthTUESDAY, NOV. 19 yourold fashioned attire. Dinner Convention. Horton is pastor of is a graduate of Auburn eastern Baptist Theologin Fall Revival 7 p.m. St. will be served. The Rev. D.J. Horton Anderson Mill Baptist University and earned his cal Seminary.
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Pope shuns presidential escort for state visit
The Associated Press evidence of a more casual ian Catholic Church and approach to official du- the 'ndrangheta organized ROME Pope Francis ties by the Argentine "slum crime group in southern shunned a presidential pope." Calabria. guard escort for his first Francis' shunning of the In the interview, Gratteri state -visit to the Italian trappings of the papacy said Francis was moving president Thursday in yet including its security ap- in the right direction by another breach of pro- paratus has defined his "breaking down the center tocol and security, even papacy so far. But his de- of economic power in the though some people have sire to be close to his flock Vatican." expressed concerns for his and his aim to curb cor- "Those who have been safety as he ramps up his ruption and waste in the nourished by the power reform of the Vatican. Vatican have raised fresh and wealth that is directly Francis' simple blue Ford. security fears, beyond the derived from the church Focus and the small Vati- occasional mobbing of his are nervous and agitated," can motorcade pulled up open car by overly enthu- Gratteri was quoted as sayquietly to the Quirinale siastic pilgrims. ing. He said he didn't know Palace without the blar- A leading anti-Mafia if the Mafia could, target ing of sirens that typically prosecutor, Nicola Grat- the pope, "but certainly accompanies politicians teri, this week raised the they're thinking about it. and foreign dignitaries alarm that Francis' fi- He could be a threat." cruising through central nancial house-cleaning The Vatican spokesman, Rome. might make him a target the Rev. Federico LombarOnce inside the one- for Italy's mob, though he THEASSOCIATEDPRESS di, said the Holy See was time summer residence provided ho evidence that Pope Francis is welcomed by Italian president Giorgio Napolitano as he arrives for an official not concerned. of popes, Francis walked such a threat existed or visit at the Quirinale Presidential palace in Rome, Thursday, Nov. 14. Pope Francis shunned a "We are absolutely
slowly with President that the mob was planning presidential guard escort for his first state visit to the Italian president. calm," he told The AssociGiorgio Napolitano past a hit. "unclean bread" earned their children of dignity. came in relation to his ated Press. "Everything is the honor guard and then Just last week, Francis through bribes and cor- .Gratteri's comments, new book "Holy Water" going ahead normally and greeted staff members denounced parents who' ruption, saying dishonest in an interview with the which details the unholy it seems there's no reason and their children, further feed their children the work deprives parents and II Fatto Quotidiano daily, alliance between the Ital- to fuel such alarmism."
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perts expect the issue to There are numerous legal Peter, the first pope, will in the mid-20th century' word about any possible PITTSBURGH Law- end up before the U.S. Su- points at play in the case. be put on public display under St. Peter's Basilica. meeting between Kirill PITTSBURGH mLaw- end up before the U.S. Su- points at play in the case. yers for the federal gov- preme Court. For example, religious in a ceremony later this and Francis longernment and two Penn- The Department of Jus- groups who employ and month. sought by the Vatican Archbishop Rino Talks precede PutiR -officials say it's likely sylvania Catholic dioceses tice claims that a plan to serve people of their own FisArchbishop no Talks precede Putin officials say it's likely made their final arguments have third parties provide faith such as churches Fisichella said Wednes- visit to Pope Francis Francis will meet the Wednesday in a challenge anrd pay for services such are exempt from the new day that the ceremony VATICAN CITY Pope world's Orthode of the on Nov.24 will mark the VATICAN CITY- Pope world's Orthodox Christo the federal health care as birth control and abor- law. But affiliated groups, end of the church's "Year ancis has met with the overhaul law. tion wouldn't infringe on such as Catholic Charities of the Faith" activities foreign minEcuister of themenical PatriThe Pittsburgh and Erie religious freedom rights.' and schools, must comply. and be the first time the Russian Orthodox Church Bartholomew I, in dioceses object to the Justice Department law- Pittsburgh Bishop David ahead of a Nov. 25 visit Jerusalem in the first half
s t t relics have been shown hof 2014 law's requirement that yer Brad Humphreys said Zubik testified Tuesday to the public. Fisichella, a to the Vatican by Russian birth control and abor- Wednesday that it's up to that he wouldn't be able ticanffical, President Vladimir Putin. tion coverage be offered Congress and the courts to live with himself if he Vatican offical, said Pope PresidentVladimirwierepoPutin.rts in employee health care to decide whether the law signed a form that allowed Francis will doeebratte no details ofresday's plans and are asking U.S. imposes a substantial bur- the disputed services to Mass that day at the o meeting with Metropoli-da employees, Id Vatican. meeting with MetropoliDistrict Judge Arthur den on religious freedom. be provided to employees, Fisichella said in the of- tan Hilarion, who came Schwab to block enforce- But Mickey, Pohl, one even by a third party. Zubik ic to Rome for a Catholicment of it while the debate of the lawyers represent- said the church is being casslVatiore Romanon Orthodox conference on plays out in the legal sys- ing the dioceses, said the asked to violate an impor- t"trdit family values. Simultanetem. There are numerous government shouldn't tant belief and a matter of the relics are those of ously in Moscow, a top similarchall~ges in other make that decision for conscience. 'the red Peter. Italian cardinalinvolved aCFII the martyred Peter.
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The Associated Press hood is in Dunedin, a small room in Seffner, Fla., near Now it looks like our house city in northern Pinellas Tampa.-His body was nev- is gone." DUNEDIN Residents County, about 20 miles er recovered: In August, As the hole grew, it swalof several Florida homes north of St. Petersburg. sections of a building at a lowed the Dupre's porch have been evacuated due Sinkholes are common in resort near Orlando col- and new boat. Now, his to a possible sinkhole Florida because the penin- lapsed into a sinkhole. No neighbor's swimming pool that opened in a back- sula is made up of porous one was injured. and a portion of that home yard in Pinellas County on carbonate rocks such as HomeownerMichaelDu- have fallen in as well. Thursday. limestone that store and pre said the family heard a Engineers were called in Dunedin Deputy Fire help move water under- noise that sounded like a to assess the homes and Chief Trip Barrs said the ground. Over time, the sledgehammer pounding ultimately decided both hole appeared to be about rocks can dissolve from an on the wall early Thursday Dupre's home and his 12 feet wide when officials acid created from oxygen morning. neighbor's would be comarrived on the scene. Resi- in water, causing a void Dupre told Bay News 9 plete losses. dents of the neighboring THEASSOCIATEDPRESS under the limestone roof. there had been "sinkhole A backhoe was used to houses also were evacu- A man observes a sinkhole has swallowed parts of two houses When dirt, clay or sand activity" in the area. 'After pull Dupre's boat from the ated a-s a precaution. in Dunedin, Fla., on Thursday, Nov. 14. gets too heavy for the lime- the Seffner sinkhole, we hole. Crews had feared fuel The Tampa Bay Times re- stone roof, it can collapse, were scared. We've been in the boat could leak into ports that the ground is so showed part of a patio reported that a neighbor- creating a sinkhole. dealing with our insur- groundwater. Otherwise, unstable that two homes caved in and a boat on the ing pool appears to have On Feb. 28, Jeffrey Bush ance company and finally the rescue crews are in a? must be demolished. edge of the hole. Tampa cracks. died when a sinkhole two days ago, they started holding pattern until the Television footage area television stations The affected neighbor- opened under his bed- working on our house. hole stabilizes.
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many, Chason sent out a to hurt anyone's pride,
letter asking for $20 dona- but that, unfortunately, a.
tions to help feed every- majority of the residents
Florida to follow ACA should be allowed to year-oldYamika Murphy sentenced 52-year-old one a Thanksgiving din- there are facing issues such
transitional plan renew individual coverage and her friends, Ronald Ismet Sijamhodzic on ner on Nov. 21, and she as short supplies of food plans now ticketed AnthonyWright and Deb- Thursday after he pleaded got few responses. Gentiva and other daily necessities TALLAHASSEE Flor- for cancellation under bie Sears, both 24, with an guilty to vehicular Home Health Care is pro- a# they try to stretch their ida's insurance commis- the Affordable Care Act. AK-47. Prosecutors homicide. viding the meats, Save- budgets. "They're not all in sioner says the state will say Strachan had threat- Sijamhodzic told police A-Lot is providing some terrible shape, and some follow President Barack Man faces death ened Murphy and two he hadn't slept for three supplies for the meal, and have family members Obama's new t health penalty for tiple friends at gunpoint a days before the night in Walmart provided a gift who help out, but there tional plan to keep health month earlier, prov- August 2012 when he ran card for certain purchases are: many who don't have insurance coverage for murder ing that the killing was a stop sign at the end of as well. the basic necessities," she Floridians. WEST PALM BEACH premeditated. a Jacksonville road went With more still needed, said. Commissioner Kevin A South Florida man Defense attorneys through a concrete wall Chason reached out to Small pieces of furniture McCarty said in a pre- .faces a possible death argued that Strachan and and crashed into 17-year- personal friends. They're are much needed, she said, pared statement Thurs- sentence after being Wright actually traded old JanaylJackson's home. going to prepare some side things that could fit comday that most health convicted of killing his fire, and that Murphy was An arrest report said dishes and help her serve fortably in the small apartinsurers in Florida have estrangedwife and her responsible for escalating there were no indications the meal. ments of the complex. already voluntarily two friends. the violence that night. he attempted to stop or 'She's.set now for Thanks- Twin or full-size beds, as extended coverage for A Palm Beach County steer the van to avoid im- giving, but the need she opposed to queen or king affected policyholders jury fourd Bruce Stra- Man gets 12 years pact. No skid marks were has seen has put a longer-, size, wouldbe appreciated, through 2014. But forany chan guilty Thursday of for fatal h into evident at the scene; term dream in her head. she said. companies that didn't, first-degree murder. The A blood test showed She wants to start a food Contributed furiture his office pledges to work Palm Beach Post reports house Sijamhodzic had Xanax in pantry where the residents and most other items she with any company that that the same panel will JACKSONVILLE A his system, but he didn't can go to end their'hunger needs do not necessarily chooses to continue cov- reconvene in the coming Jacksonville man who have a prescription. The on days when their income need to be brand new, she erage in accordance with weeks to recommend life killed a teenage girl when Florida Times- Union re- doesn't match what it takes said. the Obama's transitional in prison ordeath he crashed his minivan ports that trace amounts to meet their nutritional. Chason said she's hoppolicy. Authorities say Strachan into her bedroom has of narijuana also were needs. ing also that a few church Obama reversed course had been hiding in the been sentenced to 12 found. She thinks that can be ac- organizations might step earlier Thursday and said bushes inAugfist 2009 be- years in prison, complished with small do- forward and visit with millions of Americans fore he gunned down 29- ADuval County judge From wire reports nationsof $5 or $10 from a the residents who -wish lot of people who want to to participate in such
help but may not have a lot get-togethers.
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Ending tax breaks eyed
as way to ease budget cuts
The Associated Press are very legitimate. The foreign subsidiaries. tions get around the rule tax code is a mess, but Internal Revenue Ser- by paying executives- in WASHINGTON Dem- closing tax loopholes to vice rules prevent publicly stock options. Limitocrats' new mantra in spend more is not. going held corporations from ing deductions for these an .budget talks is to close tax to have long-range good claiming tax deductions stock options would loopholes for certain busi- results because you on pay in excess of $1 mil- raise as much as $50 bil- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE nesses, investors and pro- get the higher level of lion for certain executives, lion over the next decade, In this Nov.13, photo, House Budget Committee Chairman Rep. fessionals as a way to raise expenditure." essentially adding a sur- according to estimates by Paul Ryan, R-Wis. (left) and Senate Budget Committee Chair more revenue to help ease The disagreement could charge to wages above the Democratic congressional Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., arrive at a Congressional Budget autopilot spending cuts .doom prospects for avert- threshold. Some corpora- aides. Conference on Capitol Hill in Washington. that soon are to become ing a second round of more painful. automatic spending cuts On their list: Deductions in January. Those negofor corporations that pay tiators already have pretty TO executives in stock op- much given up hope of YO U'RE INVIT UR tions instead of salaries, reaching a longer-term reduced tax rates., for ,budget accord for reduchedge find mariagers ing deficits years into the and private equity advis- future.
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BY DUSTIN KENT a redemptive one. return four of their top five email@example.com "You hope that the expecta- scorers, including the top two tions for them are even higher in junior point guard ShaquariThe 2012-13 season was some- now that they're a year older, a ous Baker and sophomore wing thing of a rollercoaster ride for year more mature, and a year player Herman Williams, who the Marianna Bulldogs. more experienced and sea- averaged 10.7 and 10.5 points
MHS started the year 5-1 and soned," Marianna coach Travis respectively.
was 9-4 heading into the Christ- Blanton said. "They want to get MHS also returns 6-foot-5 post mas break, but a 6-7 finish to everybody back that got us. We player Trey Clemons, who averthe year that included a crush- took some serious beatings by aged 7.4 points and 5.5 rebounds ing road loss to archrival Malone some people that hopefully of- per game as a freshman and will and a district semifinal loss to fended the kids to take it per- look to team with Williams to Marianna Walton that ended their:season sonal to the point of us doing give the Bulldogs a dynamic in- point guard left the Bulldogs with a sour taste something about it this year. I side-out sophomore duo this Shaquarious to take into the offseason. don't know how much that will season. Baker goes
But with the core of that team help, but as far as the mental at- The talent is there for each to. in for a.layup almost fully intact for this sea- titude, I hope'that is what it did -have breakout seasons in 2013- during a son, the Bulldogs will have to them." 14, thoughiBlanton said he's not game last the talent and certainly the The Bulldogs lost four seniors season. motivation to make this year from last year's group, but they See HUNGRY, Page 3B FLORIDAN FILE PHOTO
So Baker top Baker
BY SHELIA MADER
The Maiaima High School soccer teams
picked up a pair ofwins over Baker at Bulldog Stadium on Tuesday night, with the
'girls winning 2-0 and the boys handing
out a 3-0 shutout.
In Lady Bulldog action, the two teams
played great defense the first half, -with
neither team being able to get past the
Marianna broke the scoreless tie with a
goal by Taniyah Robinson on an assist by
Reagan Oliver to put the Lady Bulldogs up
It wasn't long before a penalty kick by
Oliver made it a 2-0 game.
Valerie Sims recorded eight saves, and
the defense successfully defended three
corner kicks by Baker.
Marianna took five corner kicks and had12 shots on goal or the night.'
Second-year Bulldogs coach Scott Wiggins said he was very happywithhis team's
1'effort to start the year.
"It's great to get back to back wins so
early in the season," he said. "The girls
See MHS, Page 3B
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Cottondale's DaMichael Faulk in~- the ba llduring a game against Graceville on Nov. 1. The Hornets will open the first round of the playoffs tonight on the road against the Baker Gators.
Hornets face familiar role as underdogs
BY DUiTIN KENT earned victories this season over firstname.lastname@example.org "Nobody ea ueseeedu to ,he ponents South Walton and Jay
I'O who handed the Hornets two of their As the Cottondale Hornets.head to re and everyngus four losses. Baker tonightto open the first round tolose, te g g out I The Gators are led by running back of the 1A playoffs against the 1,-0Ga- win ind keep playingfootba." D.J. Thomas, who has gained'over tors, they find themselves, in ia very a- Mike Melvin, 2,000 yards on the ground this year to miliar position. Cottondalehead coach go with 27 touchdowns. Few people are givingthe Hornets Melvin compared Thomas to his': much of a chance to pull the upset to- most as the underdog, which Cotton- own star running back, senior Norris night over the undefeated Gators, but dale coach Mike Melvin said was just Calhoun, who has gained more than perhaps even fewer gave them a shot fine with him. 1,300 yards himself this season. to make the playoffs in the first place "That's how we've been practicing, "They're a lot alike..They're built a after losing their top passer, rusher, re- like we've got nothing to lose," he said lot alike and they run.a lot alike," the ceiver, and tacklerfrom a seasonago. 'Thursday. "Nobody really expected us coach said, !'He's running back and But Cottondale surpassed all expec- to be here and everyone is predicting they're physical up front. They run tations going into the year by finishing us to lose, but we're going out there to the I-formation and run downhill on 6-4 overall and 3-1 in District 2 to earn wirn and keep playing football. If you you and just try to move people. They the runner-lup spot behind league don't want to have to put your pads run a lot of the same plays we run, exchampionVermon. up, you betterwin'." cept they're under center and we're PHOTO YALLIE HINSON/FORTHEFLORIDAN Des ite their success, the Hornets The challenge will be difficult Marianna's LylePhelpsdribblestheballforward Still go intq tonight's game viewed by against a very solid Baker team that See HORNETS, Page 3B during a match against Baker on Tuesday night at Bulldog Stadium.
Winston case on Tuesday
The Associated Press dormitory. The investigation fans and casting uncertainty on was handed over to Tallahassee second-ranked Florida State's Florida State TALIAHASSEE An assistant police. perfect season, there were mostquarterback state attorney says prosecutors The case was not given to pros- ly questions left unanswered.
J 1s in Tallahassee did not receive in- ecutors until this week. Tallahassee police, citing the iisn formation about an 11-month- Assistant State Attorney Geor- ongoing investigation, aren't
watches old sexual assault allegation in- gia Cappleman says normal pro- saying much about the case as fri the volvingFlorida State quarterback cedure for criminal cases in Leon well, including why investigators sidelines Jameis Winston until Tuesday. County calls for police to give in- waited until this week to hand
during Tallahassee police investigated formation to prosecutors if there over information about the case
the game the Heisman Trophy contender is evidence for an arrest, or if it is to local prosecutors.
against in connection with a sexual as- a "close call." She says police do The Seminoles went back to
Bethune- sault that was reported nearly a not tell prosecutors when they work Thursday, preparing for a Cookman in year ago in an off-campus apart- have decided against pursuing home game against Syracuse on Tallahassee ment. FSU records show the an arrest. Saturday. on Sept.21. first report was made to campus A day after news of the case THEASSOcIATED PRESS FILE police Dec. 7 by a student at a broke, jolting college football See WINSTON, Page 3BL
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SEC teams try to salvage hopes, make bowl
The Associated Press The bowl scramble is .higher payday. Among the a nice issue for the SEC, non-BCS games, the payMONTGOMERY The which didn't fill the 10th out can range from $1.925
Florida Gators haven't sat bowl spot in Shreveport, million for the BBVA Comout the postseason in near- La., last season. pass Bowl in Birmingham ly a quarter century. The Vanderbilt has the in- to $8.5 million for OrlanVanderbilt Commodores, side track among the four do's Capital One Bowl, who had been to four bowl teams trying to get to six which gets first dibs on games in 120 years before wins and bowl eligibil- teams who aren't in the ,James Franklin's arrival, ity.. Tennessee, Florida BCS. have a good shot at mak- and Mississippi State (4- The 5EC champion will ing it three in a row. 5) all still need two more go to either the Sugar Bowl
Plenty of other South- wins. or the BCS title game in
eastern Conference teams The Volunteers must Pasadena, Calif.
are also jockeying for beat Vanderbilt and Ken- Schools get anywhere postseason eligibility or tucky after an open date from $1.175. million to trying to spruce up their after failing to make a bowl $1.875 million for bowls bowl resumes for more the past two seasons. outside the championship prestigious, better-paying Ending that drought; game plus a travel allowgames in the season's final says safety Brian Ran- ance. The rest of the pie is weeks. dolph is "definitely our No. divviedl5 ways, with one
Making a bowl means THEASSOCIATED PRESSFILE 1 focus." slice for each member and
more money, practice time Tennessee defensive back Byron Moore (right) and teammate Brian Randolph talk after a "It's all we've been think- one for the SEC.
and exposure to recruits. touchdown run by Missouri running back Russell Hansbrough during the game Nov. 2 in ing about," Randolph said. "Certainly to move a secOf course, the SEC can Columbia, Mo. Guard Zach Fulton said ond team up into the BCS fill its coffers even more if tucky don't have a shot at We're trying to work on isn't interested in looking Tennessee players met to structure, there's a signifia team is playing for the making the postseason. .Florida and eliminating beyond going 1-0 each stress the importance and cant payout for that as far league's eighth consecu- The injury-plagued the self-inflicted wounds Saturday. benefits of getting to the as additional revenues are tive national title. Gators (4-5) are trying that Florida has been suf- "From an outside per- postseason. concerned," said Mark
The bowl scramble not to let the heat get to fering from." spective, talking to the "You have a lot of fun, Womack, the SEC's execugoes well beyond the them but they have to Vanderbilt's 34-17 vic- media or things like that, you get to bond with your tive associate commisBCS championship game beat either South Caro- tory over the Gators we do bring up some of the teammates on and off the sioner and CEO.
hopes of No. 1 Alabama lina or No. 2 Florida State changed the bowl situa- historical things because field and you go to differ- The league is hoping it and perhaps No. 7 Au- to become eligible, as- tion significantly for both we're still trying to change ent sites and places you've has the problem of trying burn. No. 9 Missouri, No. suming they'll triumph teams. The Commodores people's perception about neverbeenbefore, andjust to find a bowl site else10 Texas A&M and No. 11 over Georgia Southern in are 5-4 and need only one Vanderbilt football and the bonding and having where if it has more than South Carolina all have between. more win against a favor- whatwe'vebeenandwhere extra practices is great," nine eligible teams beyond
hopes of making a BCS "We're taking everything able, ending schedule: we're going," heie said. Fulton said. the BCS.
game and/or playing for one game at a time, one Kentucky (2-7), Tennes- "We'll talk about it a little The money's not bad, ei- "We have teams that bethe SEC title. snap at a time," Florida see (4-6). and Wake Forest bit.. ther, for the programs. come very attractive teams
Eight teams are already center Jon Harrison said. (4-6). ",-iterally and with our For teams like Missis- to those bowls," Womack
eligible for the SEC's 10 "If we focus on things too Frankin, who led Vandy program, we've been pret- sippi and No. 25 Georgia, said.
guaranteed bowl slots, and far in the future, we, lose to its first bowl game since ty consistent.with our 1-0 upgrading their bowl des- Now, the challenge is
only Arkansas and Ken- sight of the task at hand. 1982 in his debut season, message." tination can mean a much getting to them.
Gamecocks RB Davis Manzielhas another big
on the rise in the SEC season to IeadNo.10
The Associated Press know, you win one and it's
like: 'OK you don't want
The Associated Press COLLEGE STATION, to be greedy.' But when Texas The encore to it comes down to it, the
COLUMBIA, S.C. Johnny Football's Heis- numbers say it all. He South Carolina tailback man Trophy-winning knows it,. we know it and Mike Davis' felt last year freshman season is near- people who watch sports he was falling behind SEC ing an end. know it." runners like Alabama's T.J. Johnny Manziel and No. Manziel's season Yeldon and the Georgia 10 Texas A&M have a bye started' out rocky when duo of Todd Gurley and this week before ,wrap- he was suspended for the Keith Marshall. ping up the regular-sea- first half of Texas A&M's Well, these days, it's Da- son with games at No. 18 opener for an inadvertent vis out front leading not LSU and ninth-ranked violation of NCAA rules only the guys in rushing Missouri.. related to allegedly acthat he entered the South- Manziel has put up eye- cepting money for autoeastern, Conference, but popping numbers similar graphs from memorabilia the entire league. to and in some cases bet- brokers. The sophomore -has ter than he did a year ago, After his return, the Ag1,058 yards, becoming: THEASSOCIATEDPRESSFILE but most polls don't-have THEASSOCIATED PRESSFILE gies won their first two just'the eighth player in South Carolina running back Mike Davis (28) runs against him favored to join Archie Texas A&M quarterback games before a 49-42 Gamecocks' history to sur- the Mississippi State defense during the game Nov. 2 in Griffin as the second two- Johnny Manziel looks to loss to No. 1 Alabama. pass the 1,000-yard mark. Columbia, S.C. time Heisman winner, pass during a game against Texas A&M also lost to Davis was a backed up South Carolina right guard was always considered a His biggest competition Arkansas in Fayetteville, Ark. Auburn. South Carolina star Mar- Ronald Patrick said. "He strong runner, he hadn't to repeat is Florida State's on Sept. 28. cus Lattimore as a fresh- can make you look better shown the difference mak- freshman quarterback two games and to get SIGN UP FOR man and struggled.to find than what you really are." ing speed exhibited by the Jameis Winston, who has into a good bowl game carries after Lattimore was And now, he's gaining top SEC backs until this led the Seminoles to a 9-0 and go 10-2 in another lost for the season with a as many accolades for his season. start. regular season," he said. knee injury. Meanwhile, play as 1,00-yard rusher ,He struck for a 75-yard .If Manziel is at all con- "I can't 'even put into TODAY!!!. Georgia's "Gur-Shall" and Gurley and national charn- run in the season-opener cerned about that,he isn't words how bad I want With EZ pay, your bill is the Crimson Tide's Yel- pionYeldon. against North Carolina. letting'on. that for seniors on this automatically paid each don were stealing the SEC Davis twice rushed 'for Davis out-dueled Gurley a "I wasn't even in it for team and for this team in month from your checking headlines. over 1,000 yards at Ste- weeklater, the South Caro- a long time last year general." account or credit card "I came out and just phenson High in Stone lina back getting a career and didn't really get His teammates, as ex- eliminating theneedfor wanted to establish my- Mountain, Ga., and had high 149 yards to Gurley's much into it last year," pected, are irked that paper bills, statements self, (saying) 'Hey, I'm still originally committed 132. The Georgia game he said. "Same way this he isn't the front-runner andstamps. here,'" Davis said. to Florida before even- included another 75-yard year." for a second Heisman. ACKS COUNTY Davis has made others tually signing with the run, although the Game- "Manziel, who as a red- But they aren't exactly FLORIDAN
outside the SEC take no- Gamecocks. cocks fell 41-30. shirt sophomore is eligi- surprised. To sign up for tice, too. He's 12th in the The choice quicklyset up Davis has kept it going ble for the NFL draft after "You know how society EZ Pay call us at country with only two oth- a brother-vs.-brother rival- ever since. His versatility this season, insists that he is, they get bored with 856-526-3614 dr er underclassmen in fellow ryas his older siblingJames showed in the third quar- is simply worried about people," receiver Mal- visit us at sophomores Melvin Gor- Davis was a two-time, ter of a 34-16 win against helping the Aggies win come Kennedy said. "You JCFloridan.com don of.Wisconsin and Ka- 1,000-yard rusher during Mississippi State on Nov. their final two games. He pri Bibbs of Colorado State his career at Clemson from 2 when he rushed for 43 won't discuss whether he in the group ahead of him. 2005-08. But Mike Davis yards on one snap, then has thought about what "I'm aware that I'm the says his older brother was caught a 30-yard pass he will do at the end of SEC's leading rusher," supportive throughout the from Connor Shaw to set the season. Davis says. "I take a lot of recruiting process, even the Gamecocks up with a "I want nothing more pride inthat." when he turned down a lst-and-goal. than to win these next Davis understands he'll scholarship offer from the
have some work ahead .Tigers.
to stay out front when Florida coach Will Musthe llth-ranked Game- champ was also disapcocks (7-2, 5-2 SEC) close pointed in Davis's choice,
out league play at home but wished him well and is
against Florida (4-5, 3-4). ready to gameplan against
Despite the Gators four- the highly effective back.
game losing streak, they "I mean everybody
remain second in the SEC makes their decisions on
against the rush, yielding what they want to do, and Winner from Game Piece only 109.7 yards a carry. Mike felt like South Caro- Printed on November 5, 2013 Davis usually accounts lina was a better opportufor that much in a game. nity for him" than Florida, CONGRATULATIONS He's had seven contests Muschamp said.
with 100 or more this sea- James Davis talks with
son. In the two games Da- Mike about every day
vis fell short in wins over and attends several of his Vanderbilt and Missouri, brother's games to pull for
he had his most produc- his younger brother.
tive receiving games: Davis Davis outplayed redwas second on the team shirt sophomore Brandon W O R L D S with 67 yards receiving Wilds during preseason a
against the Commodores camp to take over for Latand had 10 grabs for 99 timore as the Gamecocks
yards at Missouri. top tailbacks. While Davis,
I "Mike's a great back," at 5-foot-9, 215 pounds,
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some young newcomers such as freshman guards Anton Williams and Jaeden
From Page 1B Harley, as well as junior varsity players From Page 1B ready to anoint either as a star just Brandon Smith and Clifford Scott. and the program have a yet. But for both veterans and newcom- winning record now, and "I think they've got a chance to be nice ers, the goals for the season remain the that's huge in building a players with how hard they work at it same as ever, according to Blanton. program this early in the and how serious they take it, but for me "It's kind of like it's always been. We season." it's all about performance and not po- want to win some district games, get to In Bulldog boys action, tential," the coach said. "I don't want to the district championship if possible, the Marianna got goals count any chickens before they hatch. hopefully make the'playoffs and then from John Meltzer, Lyle They're still young and they're going to take them one at a time," he said. "But Phelps and Peter Ratzlaff, play like sophomores on certain nights. just winning a game in the district tour- and keeper Austin Nelson I hope with Shaquarious being expe- nament is going to be tough enough. pitched his first shutout of rienced and Roderick (Copeland) and We'll take them one at a time and hope- the season while recording Tommy (White) and those older guys fully be able to meet our goals as they 10 saves. that they'll be able to carry some of the come to us. Following the game, MHS PHOTOBYTORIWLGGINS/FORTHEFLORIDAN load so the younger guys don't feel the "Last year was not a very good show- coach Garyn Waller said he Marianna's Reagan Oliver (28) looks to attack the defense in a need to try to be the guy every night. We ing in district, so I hope they come out was pleased to break into match against Baker on Tuesday night at Bulldog Stadium. need to be unselfish and share the ball with a little chip on their shoulder with the win column. and work together." something to prove day in and day out. "I thought we played was as well as I have seen things and heal a few inWilliams and Clemons may be the Losing to Walton was very disappoint- well in spurts. The first half us play. We were aggressive juries. Next week will be a most gifted individual players for Mari- ing to these kids, so maybe we'll play was a little sloppy, We were to the ball and strung to- tough week for us.We have anna, but it's Bakerwho is the backbone with more hunger and desire next time. .. making the right passes; gether several passes. If we three district games before of the team and the player who Blanton I think the kids are pretty confident, but they just Weren't very good can put that into the full 80 going into the Thanksgivsaid will need to lead the way if the Bull- they've got to come to work humble ev- passes. We picked it up minutes, I think wt can be ing break. If we can have a dogs are going to get where they want to ery day because no one is going to hand a little bit in the second pretty good. good week next week, we be. it to you." half," he said. "The first 20 "We have the rest of the can be at the top of the dis"The kid is one of the best point. Competition in District 1 will again- minutes of the second half week to work on some trict standings." guards I've ever coached. He's a win- be fierce, with an improved Walton and ner, a competitor, a leader, and.a coach perhaps the most talented Pensacola on the floor," he said. "He understands Catholic team in recent years joined by W i ston Wednesday released a 1:30 and 2 a.m. last Dec. 7. the game, how he's supposed to play it league newbie West Florida. 11 heavily redacted two-page It describes the suspect and how we want him to play it. The kid Beyond the district, 4A powers such as incident report that does in the sexual assault case is just a competitor and a winner. He's East Gadsden, Florida High and Godby From Page 1B not mention Winston by as being between 5 feet 9 willing to do whatever it takes to help await, leaving the Bulldogs with some For his part, Winston name, but says 'the inci and 5-11. Winston is listed this team win." heavy hitters to get through if they're to is only talking football. dent took place between by Florida State at 6-4. The 6-foot-2 Copeland returns after make a run at the playoffs.. He spoke to the media averaging five points and five rebounds "That's going to be tough; 4A is sup- for roughly five minutes as a junior, while junior guard Jamel posed to be one of the toughest (classes) Wednesday night. UniverJohnson will be stepping into a larger this year," the coach said. "It's a tough sity officials warned they role this year after serving as the team's gig. If we can get out of district, that's would cut off the press most reliable reserve last season. the first goal. We want to get out of dis- conference if anyone asked Speedy senior guard, Tommy White trict and take them one at a time. i know questions that weren't will give the Bulldogs depth in 'the the. competition is going to be tough, strictly related to football. backcourt, and 6-foot-5 junior center but I hope that our kids will embrace. Timothy Jansen, the atAntavious Leonard gives Marianna an- that challenge." torney representing Win;- food other long and athletic big man on the Marianna will open the regular season sto,. has said his client food sto res interior. Tuesday at home against Cottondale. did nothing wrong and great food. great prices. great people.
he thought the investigaNFL tion was over months ago. Shockingly Low Prices!
.. He said he has already
handed over to prosecuAP source: Incognito ficially been announced. The NFL is investi- tors affidavits from two Oak Station
files grievance Incognito was sus- gating whether Incog- eyewitnesses. Shopping Center pended by the team nito harassed or bullied "When I spoke.to the deRichie Incognito filed Nov. 3 for misconduct. Martin. tective in February, he told Open Daily From a grievance Thursday related to the treatment Incognito has said the' me the case was closed," 8pm against the Miami of teammate Jonathan conduct was all part of Jansen said. "I relayed that am 8pm Dolphins over his I Martin, who abruptly the normal locker room to my client and to unisuspension. leftthe Dolphins late environment. versity officials. I hadn't (850) 526-4700
A person last month to receive ESPN first reported the heard another word until
familiar help for emotional grievance. Monday."
with the issues. From wire reports Tallahassee police on
situation told The Associ-
Incognito ated Press
guard filed the grievance a
over his suspension for
conduct detrimental to- '
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in the parking lot of Chipola Family Ministries NEEDED I BUY SEALED/ worming to date. 1 male 7 females 7 months -592-415 3004 Hwy 71. Sat. 16th. (8-1) Come help us old. $600. 334 744-2748 Bobby Hewet:850
reduce our Christmas inventory. UNEXPIRED BOXES Basset hound pups for sale. $400 Ready for or 850-899-8709
ESTATE-MOVING 1409 Rudd Rd. Cottondale CALL BOB (334) 219-4697 new forever home after 11/23. M & F available. off 231 S. on Corbin to Rudd Rd. Fri. 15th, 16th Shots and wormed. Call 334-797-6063 or visit & 17th. 7-? Lots of Christmas lights & items, OR (850) 710-0189 www.blountsbamabassets.doodlekit.com. H/H, dining tbl. & chairs, entertainment center, Goldendoodles Red/Apricot living rm set, CD changer w/ surround sound, Beautiful, sweet, smart! lots of exercise equip, deep freezer, riding lawn Raised around children and
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Saturday, Nov. 16th from morning until Pride Go-Go 2012 Elite Traveler: used 3 times, Now Taking Deposit on Christmas Babies!!, Fishing & hunting equipment, tools, electron- new batteries, excellent condition and runs y j U' au S and ot ers. ics, collectables, antiques. Everything must go. great $650 OBO. Call 334-447-9501 for appt. i (F) 334718,488
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AM IA 28 iHn mComtotle s a 3BR/e5 BA, nice, clean, ceramic tile, fireplace, ; 2 A 1st street CH--" stainless steel appliances, separate party DISTRIBUTION/~O+ house. 1/2 acre of land with fruit and pecan DISTRIBUTION CENTER trees. $55,000. 850-263-4590 or 850-209-3474 MARIANNA, FLORIDA
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Competitive Pay and Benefits Package! 4 850- 526-3355 or austintylerc.com 2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale.
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" $500 and up. H20, garbage sewer included. Please apply in person at: Beautiful, stylish newly remodeled brick home http:// www.charloscountryliving.com. Family Dollar Distribution Center for rent. 2BR/1BA QUIET, SAFE neighborhood. 85029847Nice size yard. Brick storage bldg on property. 2 &.3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. HOME GROWNS FRES I 3949 Family Dollar Parkway, $650/month. Call 850-573-8446. NO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month Marianna Florida 32448 Please call 850-258-1594 or MariannaIn Indian Springs on Golf Course 3/3.5, his & 850-638-8570 Leave Message Must be 18 Years Old. hers master bath, walk in closets, open floor Equal Opportunity Employer plan, 2300 sq. ft. back yd. fenced, 9 ft. ceilings Drug Free Workplace $1300. mo. avail. Jan. 1st 850-271-5545! s 2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes A| Fin Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 220 W. Hwy 52 Malvern Nicely remodeled,
Efficient 3 BR, 2 BA 2BR/ 1.50A at Millpond $495 rent + deposit.
-car garage. Lainate Has utility shed, screened in front porch We are looking for an aggressive person tile squares. Screened back Y & I seeking a career in Automobile Sales. porch. Fenced yard. Wall- ,, 3/2 DW in Malone, CH/A, No pets, Needs to be motivate with a desire to earn oven, ceramic-top range. security negotable Section 8 ok. DEER CORN shelled and sold by the bag, barrel, money. Great-Earning Potential, Guaranteed New refrigerator. Washer & dryer and 2nd 850-594-9991 or 8501557-7719 and/ or wagon. $6 per 50 Ibs. Call for the best Weekly Salary, Earnings Unlimited to the refrigerator in garage. Less than 5 minutes price around. 850-557-2400 right individual while you train, from Marianna FCI and Sunland. $775 deposit, Marianna area 2/2 Mbl. Hm. in park CH&A
SC aGreat Benefit Package. credit/income verification, and references water, sewageNo Pets or SmokingRef. Req.
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A community bank headquartered in mo. $400. Dep. 3/1 HOUSE $550. mo. $500. Dothan, AL, has an immediate opening for dep. incl. water, sewage & garbage
an experienced Commercial Lending Both in Grandridge 850-592-5571. Officer. Successful candidate should offer
no less than three years of commercial E Brick 2/1 Duplex 3196 Diana Lane $575. and consumer lending experience with and with carport & Storage $600.
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preferred. Officer will be responsible for 4 Joyce Riley RE 850-209-7825f the administration of all assigned HUEUN RIS account relationships, for the comprehensive management of a moderate to large 1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna loan portfolio, and for the development of 2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own new business for the bank. MidSouth Bank Lot-rent included. For details
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Nissan 2012 Vers Sedan, real nice car, great .......... Mobile Homes for Rent 2BR/1BA Nism 21 er e Mdan, real nie ea Got a Clunker If you are a person with a disability who needs
Located beween Grand Ridge & Sneads. $250 down, $250 per month. Call Steve Hatcher Wel be your Junker! any accommodation in order to participate in Well be your Junked m this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to
includes water, garbage & pest main 334-791-8243. We buy wrecked cars you, to the provision of certain assistance.
$360. Mo 4 850-573-0308 4 Nissan 2013 Altima, low miles, full warranty, and Farm Equip. at a Please contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at Must Sell!! $200 down, $279 per month, call fair and honest price! P.O. Box 826, Marianna, FL 32447 or by phone Small Quiet Family Oriented Park 1, 2 & 3BR Ron Ellis 334-714-0028. $50 & f Complete Cars : t (850) 482-9844 at least seven (7) days before MHNs for Rent includes water, garbage, Toyota 2012 Corolla 5, still under factory war- your scheduled court appearance, or immedilawn care, No Pets 8505921639 ranty, great gas mileage, fully loaded, $300 L....,.,, ,CA*LL 3347146285 *.j ately upon receiving this notification if the time ranty, great gas mileage, fully loaded, $300 before the scheduled appearance is less than down, $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334- r------- seven (7) days. If you are hearing impaired, COMMERCIAL 791-8243. We buy Wrecked ehies please call 711.
~REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Toyota Sienna 2011 XLE 3.5L inside lift for
roof. 30K miles, 22,500. OBO 334-493-9930 334795 344-7914714 Clerk of County Jackson County /s/ Tammy Bailey Deputy Clerk
Beauty Shop Downtown equip. incl. 1 mo. free OF160286
$495. mo. 4376 Lafayette 727-433-RENT WE WILL B YU R LF160286
Harley Davidson 2009 Sporster XL 1200C, red, Request of Qualifiations for Architectural RESIDENTIAL excellent condition 6300 miles, $7695. OUTRIGH Services
REAL ESTATE-FOR SALE. 334-671-8671 or 334-791-0984. Lots of Extras. Regardless of year make model, weae
go m o aThe Jackson County School District announces millions of dollars on hand to-payyou good h
money for your current vehicle the need foi professional architectural services one A f ryorcuet v for the design and oversight for the New Ma* Large Brick Home 3/2 with 10 acres, country 2012 Nissan Pathfinder one owner, excellent We AreOn The Coast But Worth The the designK-8 School to be located in Marianna,
secluded area $160,000 $25,000 down & condition, low mileage, super clean, $19, 950, & reputable, & we cangive you a fair prce relocated in Marianna
$700. mo. Owner Fin. Avail. 850-526-4283. Phone 334-796-5036 appraisalin 15 minutes, mation regarding the application process conmation regarding the application process conChevrolet 2006 Tahoe: burgundy, one owner, Call for appoinnt dealr.87749-7975 tact:'Start Wiggins, Director of Facilities, P.O. RECREATION excellent condition, 3rd row seat, custom run- Box 5958, 2903 Jefferson Street, Marianna
ning boards, extras, very clean, 101k miles 32447 on or before 2:00 (CDT), Friday, NovemS$11,900. Call 334712-0692 or 334-618-9980 LEGALS ber 22, 2013. The original and five copies of the qualifications packet shall be submitted in a
I W-7sealed package clearly labeled Architectural S American Eagle Services for New Marianna K-8 School" The 2003, 40 ft Dodge Ram 1500 2007 SLT quad cab 4x2 HEMI T Jackson County School District accepts no re$95,000. 5.7 V8 engine, anti theft, tilt steering, 27K LF160293 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT responsibility for any expenses incured by fims
Call for more info miles, very clean, power drivers seat, rear slid- OF THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT offering their services to the county in the
(775) 721-8359 ing windowvery clean, towing pack. Loaded. IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY, preparatior of a response to the Request for (775) 721-8359 ing window, bed liner, towing pack. Loaded. FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Qualifications. The Jackson County School Dis$17,000. 334-475-6309. HARRISON FINANCE COMPANY, INC., trict will rank the firms and then conduct comTRANSPORTATION Ford 2010 F150 FX4 4-door, completely loaded, Plaintiff, petitive negotiations consistent with 287.005 excellent condition, 158K miles, $17,900 CASE NO.: 2013-229-CA F.S. 334-791-3081. DANIEL T. WILKINSON
37a1997 Sierra 2500 Defendants. LF160294 NOTICE OF COMPLIANCE GMC 1997 Sierra 2500 CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE.
Cadillac 2003 Deville financing available 128K miles on new UNDER F.S. CHAPTER 45 TO: JERRY L. SINGLETARY silver in color, like new condition, low miles. engine, exc. cond. black NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance with the Case No. CD201015430; XE1000016 334-585-3236. $5500. ; & silver in color. NEW Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated August 9,
SChevrolet 2002 Trailblazer: tires, cold air, long 2013, in the above-styled cause, I will sell to the A Compliance Letter for you to comply has
NeChewroeign wTraightr 4.2,&verycleanReducedwheel base, runs great highest and best bidder for cash at the Jackson been filed against your license and eligibility
New design w/straight 4.2, & very clean Reduced To $3500. OBO County Courthouse, at 11:00 o'clock on for licensure. You have the right to request a
6 cyl.eng w/DOC, 24V, Must Sale. 334-701-2596 located in Ozark December 12th, 2013, the following described hearing pursuant to Sections 120.569 and
270HP. Good MPG, GRN, property: 120.57, Florida Statutes, by mailing a request
AC, OD auto, PS, PB, near p for same to the Florida Department of Agriculnew tires. Runs, looks & drives good. Lots of THE LANDREFERRED TO IN THIS EXHIBIT IS ture and Consumer Services, Division of Licenspower. New headlights, battery, wiper blades. GMC 2008 Savannah Cargo Van LOCATED IN THE COUNTY OF JACKSON AND ing, Post Office Box 3168, Tallahassee, Florida NADA $4,500. Reduced to $3,995. 671-3059. Mileage 109575. Can be seen at 208 Bic Road. THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN DEED BOOK'992 AT 32315-3168. If 4 request for hearing is not reCall 334-792-7746 ask for Sylvia PAGE 734 AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: ceived by 21 days from the date of the last pubChevrolet 2012 Malibu, low miles, fully euipped, lication, the right to hearing in this matter will like new, $200 down, $259 per month, call Ron W S BEGIN AT THE SE CORNER OF THE SW 1/4.OF -be waived and the Department will dispose of Ellis 334-714-0028. THE NE 1/4, SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, this cause in accordance with law.
GOT BAD CREDIT? 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF RANGE 8 WEST, THENCE NORTH 390 FEET,
4:i $0 Down/1st Payment, YOUR TOWING .NEEDS! FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
Tax, Tag.& Title Pass FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
Repo pass bankruptcy NORTH 322 FEET, THENCE WEST 208 FEET, eOW I ps b c R CIG THENCE SOUTH 322 FEET, THENCE EAST 208 SLOW CREDIT OK AUTO BODY & RECYCLING FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, AND THAT
Ask About $1000. off at time of purchase. PAYINOTOP DOLLAR FOR JUNK CARS PARCEL OF LAND DESCRIBED AS BEGIN AT THE
1 Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 SE CORNER OF THE.SW 1/4 OF THE NE 1/4, SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, RANGE 8 WEST,
Hyundai 2011 Elantra touring 32,900 miles, THENCE NORTH 390 FEET, THENCE WEST 278 Silver in color, greatcar like new. $11,000 'CALL FOR TOP PRICE FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE 850-209-8449. MUST SELL !!! NORTH 426 FEET, THENCE WEST 2)8 FEET, Lincoln 1991 Mercury Pracer: metallic blue, 44k FOR JUNK VEHICLES THENCESOUT626 EET, THENCE EAST 208 for a original miles, only driven in Dothan, mint con- FEET TO THE P IN JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA.TE dition, 4 new tires, like new, 4 doors, cold AC, I ALSO SELL USED PARTS AND LYING IN JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA.great buy power steering and AM/FM radio. $5,000 Call 24 HOUR TOWING 4 334-792-8664 TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME SITUATED 334-701-0010 THEREON; WHICH IS AFFIXED TO THEAFOREthe Mercury 2005 Monterey Van: tan with tan inte- Chad's Used & DECRIBED REAL PROPERTY AND in the ior, fully loaded, 74k miles, 2 owner, excellent C Ua d INCORPORATED THEREIN. shape, good gas mileage. Asking $8000 Call Salvage Cars LLC Classied 334-393-1440 PAYSTOP DOLLAR $$$ ANY PERSON CLAIMINGAN INTEREST IN THE for you Junk Vehicals SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER
Nissan 2005 Altima 132,000 miles, black in color WE WILL COME AND HAUL 4. THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE new tires, great car. $4000. 850-209 8449. Chad Gibson 334-684-8481 or 334-588-0047 OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM MUST SELL WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
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The Associated Press Carnival Corporation to ejection and tw eet
pledge at least $1 million to The Associated Press "I was completely MIAMI With a bit of the effort; the team is owned wrong for pushing Ibaka his mother's native lan- by Micky Arison, who also LOS ANGELES Matt & then for what I tweeted guage thrown in at the end, chairs Carnival's board. Barnes is apologizing to followingthe altercation," Miami Heat coach Erik In addition, the Heat his Los Angeles Clippers Barnes posted ThuIrday Spoelstra released a public held a moment of silence teammates and coaches on his verified Twitter acservice announcement on for those lost and affect- for getting ejected and count. "My poor choice Wednesday asking people ed by the storm before then sending out a pro- of words & timing do not to give to UNICEF and help their game Tuesday night fane tweet. reflect who or what I am with typhoon relief efforts against the Milwaukee' Barnes, along with about. in the Philippines. Bucks. Oklahoma City's Serge "It was very selfish on Spoelstra's mother is from !"South Floridians, we Ibaka, got ejected and my part to make this sitthe Philippines, which can relate to storms where Blake Griffin of the Clip- uation about me instead was devastated last Friday THE ASSOCIATEDPRESS yOU juSt brace and hold pers received a techni- of my teammates 'that when .Typhoon Haiyan Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra gestures during the your breath and even cal foul for their parts in fought their hearts out & struck-- killing thousands, game against he Milwauke Bucks on Tuesday in Miami. when you're holding your a scuffle with 6 seconds earned a big win against displacing hundreds of People want to help. They were destroyed, and esti- breath you know the worst left in the second quarter a tough okc team." thousands and leaving just want to know how.,imates suggest that up to 4 is coming," Spoelstra said. of their game Wednesday Barnes tweeted that he enormous numbers of Donations for clean water, million children could be "That's how it felt with night. "could have took the easy Filipinos homeless, hun- food and medical supplies affected. this. -My family is fine. But Griffin was tryig to put way out" and claimed g iand thirsty. Spoelstra is how people can help the "Devastation'ii," caused some regions have just the ball up and his arms that his Twitter account' filmed the spot on Man- most right now." by the recent typhoon in been slammed. They're and Ibaka's became en- was hacked. day, and production was Spoelstra has beeh to the*' the Philippines has beeti going to need a lot of help. tangled, Barnes shoved "But that's not what turned around in less than Philippines multiple j ines catastrophic nd millions As soon as we started get- Ibaka hard in the chest. I'm about, I accept full 48 hours. in. recent years; though of children have been im- ting more updates, it was a Griffin kept trying to get responsibility for all my "Just helping right now those trips did not include pacted," Spoelstra said in no-birainer to get involved at Ibaka as players from inappropriate action last has its own challenges," any visits to the area that the PSA, which was taped with UNICEF and the NBA. both teams formed a night & I am truly sorry!" Spoelstra said Wednesday was 'hit ardest by the ty- as he stood on the court Micky, the Heat have been scrum. night. "There's a long road phoon. Most of Spoelstra's where the Heat play home phenomenal." After his ejection, ahead. ... I feel a responsi- family and friends who games. Spoelstra has often spo- Barnes used a deroga-' i Ous bility to help make people livei ~ p;esare The NBA, the NBAPlayers ken of the pride he takes tory term in a profane cure for aware of how catasftphie ether' in.or near Manila, Association and the Heat in 'his Filipino-Afican- tweet that began "I love this storm was to Filipinos- which was struck by wind are among the groups who heritage, and when he was my teammates like in that region, but more" and rain but did not endure have already announced approached to help with family," but went on to importantly how people any significant damage. donations to relief efforts. relief efforts, he did not suggest he was tired of yI0O can assist with the relief. Other parts of the country The Heat combined with hesitate to commit. backing them up because his actions "cost
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INDIANAPOLIS When following a rare early sea- 1r tu ad ftakre Paul George looked up at son practice. "I think we the scoreboard Monday always wanted to pull for night and realized Lance one another before, but we Stephenson was closing in didn't know how to do it. As on a triple-double, he got the years went on and our right to work. core stayed together, it's As George went on an- helped. Now, wh6n ,guys other scoring binge to help come in, they understand the Pacers pull away from how tight we are and how Memphis, he wanted Ste- they will fitin." phenson to share the spot- THE ASSOCIATEDPRESS It's no fluke. O PE light. So George quickly Indiana forward Paul George (left) and Memphis Grizzlies When Larry Bird started SU NDAY made a 20-foot jumper guard Mike Conley go for a loose ball during the game in transforming the Pacers with 10:56 left in the gAme, Indianapolis on Monday. from playoff outsiders into NOVEMBER 17 7TH giving Stephenson his 10th together is a perfect mix of Power forward David title hopefuls, he wanted 12 NOON to 4 PM assist, then jogged over to productivity, stability and West, -Indiana's inspira- to build around a group Receive FREE gift with your purchase of $50 or more. his teammate and gave camaraderie, tional leader, might have of players who worked ......................
him a low-five. Four of Indiana's five gotten more money in free ielentlessly at improving. W E RIY It's hardly an unprec- starters are averaging dou- agency last :summer but He wanted guys who were LCRY .. AT LORD' 4T AL edented sight around ble figures, led by George decided to stick around to comfortable filling roles the NBA, but in a league '(24.9 points) and Ste- make a title run with his and who could embrace a LENOX that has been built on big phenson (14.3). Fans have pals. And guard *George style that would appeal to ywrg names, individual num- already been serenading- Hill is continuing to devel- Indiana's purist basketball ....... ........
bers and 1-on-1 matchups, George with chants of op his ball-haidling skills fans. Most of all, he want- Lots of Speci SoMngs Durfng George's reaction was em- "MVP! VI", aridStephen :as he becomes a, more ed guys who were simply Our Open House! blematic of.what the Pac- son has madeup secret he consistent scoreri' coiimitted to doing whaters have become a team wants bcomethe ne" Add all of that i'o vstly ever it took to win. Cowe 00< te &FunI that celebrates everyone's Indiana Player tO' earn the, improvedbenchlfat isofly accomplishments. league's Most Improved' going to get deeper when "I think it's different from Player Award. George won Danny Granger returns
most of the teams I've been it last season. from a strained 'left calf, A -around, other than the last Center Roy Hibbert is perhaps as early as next two or three years," said on the cusp of joining the week, plus the league's No. coach Frank Vogel, who double-digit club, aver- 1 defense, and it's obvious has spent 17 seasons work- aging"9.9 points, but he's why the Pacers could being in the NBA. "I think this more excited about ead, come the.NBA's first team is the most selfless team ing NBA in locks (4.4). His to go 9-0 since the 2002-03 I've been part of." goal is to win the-league's Mavericks, according to What the NB.As last un- Defensive Player of the STATS. They play together. beaten team has cobbled Year Award. "I think we just built that
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