Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
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Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna Fla
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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fi Old Bascom School rehab continues ai and on

Special to the Floridan
BAA new oof has just been n-H
stalled to top ff a storage add-t
Special to the daoridan

on for the old Bascom School,
which is being repurposed for
possible use as a community
"You can see the progress,"
said Billy James retired contrac-
tor and active member of the
Bascom School Renovation Proj-
Sect. James is a--ampers On Mis-
F sion volunteer and councilman
0! for the town of.Bascom. "We're
going to need lots of space for DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
new tables and, chairs," James Family and Consumer sciences Agent Mandy Griffin puts the lid on a
said. "We were very fortunate to pressure cooker that.will be ised in an upcoming canning workshop at
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO BY JOHN ALTER locate metal shingles that match the Jackson County Extension Office on Penn Avenue in Marianna.
-Batcom Town Councilman and Campers On Mission volunteer Billy James, the historic atyle and size of the
inspects the new matching metal roof shingles on the repurposed Bascom
School, which is scheduled to become a regional senior and community SeeB M Pae
center for northeastern Jackson County. SeeASCOM Page A

Research coordinato set for Nov.16
BY DEBORA BUCKHALTER prizes and food samples given
dbuckha throughout the day. Copies of
Has fear of a kitchen acci- the Georgia "So Easy to Pre-
re tire s a ft e r s trying to can foods using a will be available for sale at $18
pressure cooker? Your worries each.
could be over. if you sign up Space is limited, so those who
for the Nov. 16 all-day canning wish to participate should call
workshop being put on by 482-9620 to register for a spot.
the Jackson County Extension The workshop was timed to
Service at its headquarters coincide with the hunting sea-
on Penn Avenue in Marianna. It son and late fall-harvest crops,
starts at 9 a.m. and runs until 3 said Jackson County Family
p.m. and Consumer Sciences Agent
The cost is $20 and covers all Manidy Griffin.
supplies that will be used. Par- Canning produce and meats
ticipants will leave the work- -allows families to take ad-
shop with' a pint-jar sample vantage.'of sales and nature's
of preserved chicken, another bounty in a way that ensures
with ground beef, and one with they'll have certain iem
carrots. Tbe sign-up fee also their pantry yearroaund, ifl th
covers lunch There will be door desire.

Cold snap predicted

for Jackson County
PHOTOS BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN From staff report An arctic air mass was expect-
Several family members helped Wayne Branch, (center) celebrate his retirement at a party Tuesday in his honor.
From left, daughters Nicole Johnson and Valena Alexander, wife Cynthia Branchl, mother Doris Branch, sister ed to pour into the area Tues-
Susan Branch Stephens and her husband, Roger D. Stephens, pose for a picture with him at the gathering. By the time you read this, day in the wake of a strong cold
Jackson County may already be front. A brief period of freez-
ds, in the icy embrace-of an early- ing temperatures is predicted
Friends, familyand co workers send him out in style morning cold snap. The. Na- around sunrise today in areas
tional Weather 'Service issued of southeast Alabama, and a
.BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER an advisory around3a.m. Tues- moe. widespread freeze is ex- day warning that freezing tem- pected Thursday morning.
WT A en he was peratures were possible in the 'A freeze watch is in effect from
\./ in his late region Tuesday and Wednesday late Wednesday through Thurs-
WV 20s, Wayne nights. Forecasters say temper- day morning. Thb watch means
Branch started driving atures could dip irito the upper that sub-freezing temperatures
trucks and tractors for 20s or lower30s. are possible.
the crop researchers at
the North Florida Re-
search and Education
Center in Greenwood.
Over time, he worked
his way up to become
the research coordina-
tor. In that position, he
oversees the planting, This retirement cake was prepared for Wayne Branch, who is calling it quits after
harvesting and general 34 years with the North Florida Research and Education Center in Greenwood.
care of the peanuts,
cotton and other row party site at the Jack-
crops that research- son CountyAg Center
ers grow and test. But in Marianna. As the
he never gave up his party was in its plan-
driving duties. If he ning stages, NFREC
was needed, he was office manager Tirla
behind the wheel. Gwin quietly went
But on Tuesday, afound and asked the
after 34 years with researchers and other
the Center, Branch employees if they had
said hisfarewells. His any farm-related toys
co-workerspulled out she could borrow to "
all the stops to give use in the decorations.
him a big send-off. .And whether the toys Retired-: Department :of. Tran rtation employee
Many maae small and belonged to the adults Charles Spelghts stopped by ovisit with Wayne
temporary but very or their children no- Branch as his friend celebrated his own retirement.
meaningful sacrifices, body's saying which Speights, as a DOT employee, worked closely with
for instance; to help,. Branch for several years as DOT assisted the research
properly decorate the See BRANCH, Page 9A center in various land preparation projects.


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JACKSON COUNTY O uYrlrity Calendar

11F O R ID A N~ WEDNESDAY, NOV.13 Chipola College Business and Technology building, Womenof the Moose Chapter 1286 Fall
i)Toys for Tots applications Anchorage Marianna. Learn to analyze food costs, develop a Bazaar 8 a.m. to ip.m. in Moose Lodge (old
Publisher- Valeria Roberts Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- menu, and incorporate costsaving strategies and Tony's Restaurant)parking lot in Marianna. Bring plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys loss prevention. Cost: $15. Register online at www. your handmade'goods and join the cause; $5 if you
onwill be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 am., call 7182441 or email sever- bring your table. $10 if Modse furnishes table. Call
Circulation Manager DenaOberski 526-1026 after4 p.m. ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon t the Jacsone@csipokson County Community Heler lb
to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Hooks and Needles -10 am. at the Jackson ))Jackson County Community Helpers Club
CONTACy T US Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. County Public Library, Marianna Branch New and -10 a.m. 4571 Dickson Rd, Greenwood.
ONAC U experienced hand crafters welcome to create, Military Veteran Monument dedication -9
Telephone: 850-526-3614 THURSD NO 4 share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482- a.m. Comerford Vault and Monument Service. U.
FAX: 850-482-4478 9631. S 90, Sneads. A monumentwill be'dedicated to all
: Toys for Tots applications Anchorage 2nd Annual Swinging for Santa Golf Tourna- military veterans. Public invited.
Emai: Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- ment- 11 a.m. Registration at Indian Springs Golf t Fall Food Preservation Workshop -9 a.m.',
Street Address: plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys Course. Lunch 12:15 p.m. Four man scramble. Entry to 3 p.m. JacksonCounty Extension Service, 2741
4403 Constitution Lane' will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m. fee $65 per person (includes lunch). Proceeds to Pennsylvania Ave., Suite#8, Marianna.Learn how
Marianna, FL 32448 ) Jackson County Transportation Disadvan- benefit the Jackson County Christmas Fund. to can meats among other things. There will be
Office Hours: taged Coordinating Board meeting 10 a.m. n Chess Club -6 p.m. 8 p.m. First United door prizes, food samples and unth. No one leaves
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. JTrans Office, 3988 Old Cottondale Rd, Marianna. Methodist Church on Clinton St. in Marianpa. empty handed. Copies of "So Easy to Preserve"
Agenda will include adoption of CTC annual evalua- Sponsored by Marianna Optimist Club for students Food Preservation Guide will be available for $18.
MISS YOUR PAPER tion and regional performance report. for students 8 18years of age in Jackson County. Must register by Nov.13 Seating is limited.
W)Jackson County Branch of the NAACP All students and their parents are welcome. Players Partners for Pets Rock andRawhide Noon
You should receive your newspaper no later monthly meeting 6 p.m. St. James AME Church of all skill levels including.beginners are welcome. -5 p.m. 4011 maintenance Drive, Marianna. Featu-
than 6a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- in Marianna. Call 693-0473. ing: live music, special demonstrations by Florida
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to a Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The r) CelebrateRecovery -7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Highway patrol K9 division, food vendors, games for
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The Oaks Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult, kids and big screen television raffle. $10 parking. No
ackson Couny loridan (USS 2 ) focus is the local community, "Community, Children teen meetings to"over'come hurts, habits and entry fee. Call 482-4570.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) & Character." Call 526-3142. hang-ups. Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call. ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30-
is publihed Tueday thugh Friday and Public Hearing and FairHousing Workshop 2097856, 573-1131. 530 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Sunday mornings.Periodical postage paid -'6 p.m. Grand Ridge Town Hall, Grand Ridge. Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8- Church, 2901 Caledonia St. iri Marianna.
at Mariana, FL. Regular monthly council meeting will follow. Public p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
invited. Call 592- 4621 Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. SUNDAY, NOV. 17"
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, Chipola College Black Student Union Fnd- ))Toys fotTots applications Anchorage
Home delive: $11.23 per month; $32.83 89 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- raiser Dance 8 p.m. to 12 a.. Cultural Center, Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap-
for th nths $62.05 nth donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance Chipola College. Dance party and costumecontest. plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6 All toys
for three months $62.0or six monthsd limited to pdrsons with a.desire to stop drinking; First, second and third prizes awarded for the.Best will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m.
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include papers will not be signed. 90's costume.Tickets $7 general admission or $5
applicable state and local taxes. Mail St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m.-1 p.m. St. Anne's with current Chipola ID. For advance tickets call Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call 482- 718-2319. 6:30 p.m. in AA room ofFirst United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; 3734. limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one SATURDAY, NOV.16Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting-8p.min
year. FRIDAY, NOV. 15 a Toys for Tots applications Anchorage the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
SToys for Tots applications Anchorage Children's Home 4452 Clinton St., Marianna.Ap- 5429 College Drive, Graceville.
ADVERTISING Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap0, plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys
plications will be takenTuntil noon on Dec. 6. All toys will be distributed on Dec:21starting at 10 a.m. .18
The advertiser agrees that the publisher will be distributed on Dec.21 starting at 10 a.m. Pecan Festival Downtown Malone. 6 a.m.
shall not be liable for damages arising Breakfast including pancakes, sausage and coffee Chipola Chapter, NSDAR celebrate 55th an-
noFarm City Day Breakfast 7 a m. 9 anm. Agri- 9 niversary 1 a.m. at The Oaks Restaurantein ari-
out of errors and advertisements beyond culture Conference Center, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave., fra $5 which proceeds benefit Bascom School niersary 11am. ati The Oaks Restaurandtin Mat
the amount paid for the space actually Marianna."Honoring Jackson County Agriculture Renovation Committee. Parade 10 a.m with lineup ana. Founding members will be honored and those
occupied by that portion of the advertise- for 40 Years." Come out and celebrate Jackson at 8.30 a.m. Free to participate. Arts and cafts and with aconnection o them will be recognized. Special
mets in which ethe error ocurred wether Couty Agriculture in honoring our Farm Families. food booths available for reht: $35 with electrical guest State Vice Regent Virginia Poffenberger will
Jackson County Extension is collecting peanut but- service $30 without. Children's activities and pony be the keynote speaker. Everyone interested in DAR
such error is due to the negligence of the ter to contribute to local food pantries and is asking rides availble. Musical entertainment. For booths is invited. Reservations are not requird. Dutch
publisher's employees or otherwise, and every family that attend to donate an unopened jar call 569-2556 or 569-5701. For parade call 557- treat. Call 638-1947 or
there shall be not liability for non-ihser- of peanut butter to help "Take a bite out of'Hunger" 8366 or 569-2986 n Employability Workshop 2.30 p.m. Marianna
tion of any advertisement beyond the in Jackson County. a Yard and Bake Sale 7 a.m. until Marianna One Stop Career Center .Career Exploration with
amount paid for suh advertisement. This a Small Business Seminar: "Restaurant Fun- Tractor supply to help restart Cottondale FFA O'Net. Free gnd open to public. Facilitated by a
newspaper will not knowingly accept or damentals" 9:30-11:30 a.m. in Room M-108, program,
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- 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,
ing which expresses preference based on email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
legally protected personal characteristics is
not acceptable. Police Roundup

HOW TO GET YOUR Marianna Police Department accident withno inji.ry, two deaths (both of another agency, one public service'call,
NEWS PUBLISHED natural causes), two abandoned vehicles, .one transport, one Baker Act transport, one
The Jackson County Floridan will publish The Marianna Police Department listed one suspicious vehicle, one threat or harassment complaint, and one
news of general interest free of charge. the following incidents for Nov. 11, the suspicious vehicle, two sus- 911 hang-uip.
Submit your news r Ce r munity Calendarg latest available report: One abandoned picious persons one escort,
Submit your news or Community Calendar Vehicle, one, suspicious vehicle, one special one s t-
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, detai n o l one o two highway bstu o s, Jackson County
Fees may apply f d egefin p I'V I ni sto. cture burglary, one Correctional Facility
Fees mayapply fo wedding, engagement, 'physical disturbances, one verbal dis- vehicle burglary, two verbal
anniversary and birth announcements. turbance, one structure fire, one burglar disturbances, one pedes- The following persons were booked into
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. alarm, four traffic stops, one trespass com- trian complaint, one prowler, two residen- the county jail during the latest reporting
Photographs must be of good quality and plaint, six property checks, one retail theft, tial fires, 16 medical calls, one traffic crash, periods:
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the and six home security checks. two burglar alarms, one report of shooting Caralee Hall, 26, 2897 Caledonia St,
fight to edit all submissions. in the area, i7 traffic stops, three larceny Marianna, possession of prescription pills
Jackson County Sheriff's Offices complaints, one criminial mischief com- without a prescription, possession of drug
GETTING IT RIGHT The Jackson County Sheriffs Office and plaint, three civil disputes, two trespass paraphernalia.
The Jackson County Floridan's policy county fire/rescue reported the following complaints, one juvenile complaint, one Jail Population: 218
is to correct mistakes promptly. To incidents for Nov. 11, the latest available animalcomplaint, onk fraud complaint, 21 To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
report an error, please call 526-3614 report: One armed/dangerous person, one property checks, one assist of a motorist local law erfforcement agency.To report a wildlife violation,
Monday-Friday. or pedestrian, one retail theft, one assist call 1-888-404.FWCC (3922).


(850) 482-3051




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Pictured in photo: Jeanie Sangaree, Sangaree Oil Company
and Fred Cook, director of Chipola Family Ministries.

SSangaree Oil Company/BP
donate $6,500 checkto

Chipola Family Ministries
Special to theFloridan marketers as a way to
support the .communi-
Sangaree Oil Co. owner ties. in Which they do
and operator of 10 'on- business.
venience stores and a lo- BP and Sangaree Oil of-
cal BP Branded Marketer fered this donation to
recently donatdd $6,500 Chipola Fanily Ministries
SUBMITTEDPHOTO to Chipola Family Minis- Food, Bank and Cloth-
tries Food Bankw and Cloth- ing ostore to give back and,
rri ,. . ing Store through the BP provide support to the
arianna FFA continues to the larest livestocke xhibitor atNational Peanut in toed ar n Cloth- ing store togive back annd,
M Festival. Marianna exhibited 31 animals'inh six different breeds. Cheyenne Welch Fueling communities community.
showed the Grand Champion Parthenais and Katie Mayo had the Reserve Chain- program.. Chipola Family Min-
The BP Fueling Com- istries in 2012 distrib-
pion Parthenais. Garrett Williams exhibited the Grand Champion Limousine. Dustyn munities- program pro- uted 259,318 pounds of
Sweeney showed the Reserve Champion Brama heifer and Kyle Snyder showed the Reserve vides grants to local food and 19,646 articles
Champion All other Breed heifer. Pictured (from left) are: Desmond Knox Jennifer Korne- organizations that are f clothing to 15,000
nominated by BP's people in our community.
gay, Skyler Skipper, Karley Milton, ake Sims, Garrett Williams, Dashonna Dawson, Vicky

'' GMarianna Optimist Members'recently Specia Dunaway 31.5, Levi Mc-
welcomed Jennifer Griffin (right) of Coy- The following students Daniel 27.7 and Daylin
eaeearned the most Acceler- Williams 25.8
Senant Hospioce as its guest speaker. Griffin ated Reader. points for the Fourth grade Kennady
explained to the gathering of men about first nine weeks at Sneads Harrell 23.6, Abigail Hicks
the many services provided to patients Elementary School: 22.8 and Kala Brown 21.0
ai aIUd their families by hospice, and that )) F drst grade Fifth grade Samantha
a ea t o rFirst grade -Kylee Al- Adlins 60.8, Brian Bums
the end- of-life services.are provided to day 7.9, Joseph, Smith .7 29.4 and Elise Smith 24.8.
Se patients regardless of their ability to pay. and Brodie Basfrd 5.5;
.. .G e.ogners- 0.0 Ei
Griffi was introduced by club ember Grace Rogers 21.3, Ela
.... ,reHayes Baggett and isC een here with club Sprouse 17.5 and John
presid George Gay. Third grad- Tommy


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Our piion OApMini

FarmCity Day

rT ake adrive out of Marianna in any direction and
before the song on the radio ends, you'llikely

related industries aren't recognized enough, it seems, 2 i
considering that, without agriculture, Jackson County 9T
would be far less than it is today. N y
On Friday, the local farming industry will get its due
at the annual Farm City Day Breakfast at the Agriculture
Conference Center in Marianna. ne i ispos
We applaud those Jackson County residents involved
in farming and related businesse, .and are cheered that
the community's recognition of their contributions goes (H T e was just kind of left seek help from a mental health
back generations, with this year's breakfast being the by himself," a friend of professional is more likely to be
40th such event. Richard Shoop com- well-received than if it came at the
-In the spirit that makes our region special, those who mented to reporters. person out of the blue."
arrived to be celebrated will likely arrive with a jar of I never met Shdop, but I nearly Shortly after Shoop had been
peanut butter in hand. The collected staple will later be ran into him a few nights ago-at found dead, a picture of P6"p
distributed to area food pantries. Even as they're being a Nordstrom in Paramus, N.J. He Francis embracing the ,eveirel.,y
thanked, our good farm families are thinking of others. had just shot a rifle in the air there, disfigured head of a manwith'a
We extend thanks to all, from those who plow the starting a mass panic and police KIthTrynT peT genetic disorder wentrial, captur-
fields to those who weigh.and grade the crops, and lockdown that ended in Shoop ing the public imaginao wit the
congratulate those who are being recognized for their committing suicide. Like every possibilities of love, of iaiencoun-
stellar contributions and accomplishments. other customer and worker in the gain recognition andattention to ters with one another, beyond,'as-
S________mall at the.time of the incident, his plight is by a ptblic display of Kheriaty said, the superficial.:
I'm unharmed Shoop evidently suicide, or worse, harming others'."' The pope has recently been;
R oltherX View wasn't prepared to hurt anyone but Judgingfrom reports, it seems talking about a throwaway culture
Shimself. I just can't get Shoop off clear Shoop "was.deeply unhappy" where we treatpeople as if they're
Tm rib e my mind, for presently unknown reasons, aid, disposable; something in Shoop's
Tam pa T bune on Based on the media testimony of appeared to wantto kill himself in, life or atempting darkness i
family and friends, Shoopseemed a dramatic way, Dr. Sally Satel, a in his head, an ache in his heart
collecting online sales taxes like he was trying to be functional. staff psychiatrist at the Oasis Clinic seems to have led him to believe
He went to work and lived his life. in Washington, D.C., and author of that he was. But nothing could be
he case against requiring online retailers to But he would fall into addiction, many books on psychiatry, policy further from the truth. If he could
collect state sales taxes gets thinner with each violence and confusion. And he's' and treatment, comments. only be reached by the outpouring
passingyear. not alone. "When people start talking about of love of family and friends as they
Most recently, the decision byAmazon to build ware- In her book "Men on Strike," Dr. giving away their possessions and faced the watching world in the
houses in Hillsborough and Polk counties means the Helen Smith writes that in 2010, they already seem withdrawn and aftermath of the tragedy.
world's largest online retailer will now be required to more, than 38,000 people killed hint at killing themselves, you have It's too late to embrace Shoop
collect the 6 percent tax on Florida sales. themselves in the United States to take that combination very seri- and give him the love and help he
That should open the door for legislative action to more than 30,000 of them men. ously," she cautions, needed. Instead of screaming
impose the requirement on all online retailers, even Why would Shoop choose to terror- "My general advice to friends, about gun laws, let's grapple
those without any physical operations in the state. ize a mall before taking his own life? family and co-workers is to take an with better ways to reach the
Doing so would level the playing field for brick-and- Perhaps because we don't'notice interest, pay attention, and inquire tormented, to keep them from
mortar stores, which must charge the sales tax and are people until they do something when they see another person abandonment, to help families aid
at a decided disadvantage when competing with online really crazy. appearing to 'drift' it strange the mentally ill, and to let every
retailers exempt from collecting the tax. "People care almost as Uttle directions," says Aaron Kheriaty, man and woman kiowthey are
But don't hold your breath. Even though hundreds about suicide in young men as ,, a clinical professor in the Depart- not disposable, that we have not
of millions of dollars in revenue could be generated they do about men in general, ment Of Psychiatry at the Univer- thrown them away to be alone
annually for the state, lawmakers seeking re-election which is to say, not a lot," Smith, sity of California, Irvine, and lead with scars on their hearts and
may be reluctant to have their names attached to also the author of "Scarred Heart," author of "The Catholic Guide to darkness in their heads. There is
legislationbeing miscast by its opponents'as a tax a book about teens who kill. She Depression." 'no magic wand to keep what hap-
increase. adds: "In a world where everyone "Make the effort to get to know pened at the Paramus mall from
Just to be clear, the issue is not about increasing taxes. is so busy and the culture full of the person a little bit,.and then get happening again, but building .
It's about fairness, and about capturing revenue that is hostility for men and boys their below the surface chit-chat," Dr. and nurturing a culture where we'
owed to the state but that goes uncollected because f inner psychological life is taboo un- Kheriatysays. "If yoi simply take have actual, fulfilling.personal "
antiquated laws. Lawmakers should look beyond fthe less it conforms to the societal ideal the trouble to ask with an attitude interactions amid a supportive,
politics and pass legislation this year that positios the ... Add tothis a constant barrage of wanting to assist, most people nourishing culture couldn't
state to receive the sales taxes. of cable news giving media time to will open up. If they open up, then hurt.
If lawmakers want to mitigate the tax load on Florid- mass shooters over and over, and you can begin to build some trust. Kathryn Lopez is the editor-at-large of National
ians, they can make the legislation "revenue neutral," it is little wonder that a confused This does not need to take a long Review Online She can
meaning the added revenue from online sales, tax col- young man thinks that the way to time. From there, a suggestion to be contactedat
lections will be offset'by tax cuts in other areas. .-_' _
Underfederal law, online retailers without a physical
presecein a state are notrequired to ollectthesales Affrdable' care depends on the size ofyour subsidy
taxes. and remit them to those states. But there dh
is a congressional effort to change that. The federal
Marketplace Fairness Act has passed the U.S. Senate at does the word "afford- subsidies aren't for them.
but is stukin the House, where it faces tea party able" in the Affordable And that will be the key question
opposition..... V Care Act mean? Many of Obamacare: Will it help more
Online sales are growing at a rapid rate. In North people might assume it means people than it hurts, or will it hurt
America, they topped $364 billion in 2012. They are Obamacare will make health more people than it helps? If the
expected this year to reach $1,3 trillion worldwide. coverage less expensive. That's answer is the former, Obamacare
With the holiday season around the corer, the state's certainly the impression President might become a permanent feature
retailers can only watch as the out-of-state retailers of- Obama gave when he promised his Byrnf k of American life. If the answer is the
fer the same merchandise online at lower prices, thanks national health care scheme would ro latter, it will be politiCally unsus-
to. outdated state and federal laws. "cut the average family's premium tainable and will fail.
That's not fair. Congress, and the Florida Legislature, by about $2,500 per year." with its own money, just $1,413 The administration and its
should put self-interest aside and fix the law. But Obama and the Democrats for the coverage. (Kaiser chose defenders might argue that the
who passed the law didn't really the Silver Plan for the calcula- numbers will be a bit different, that
mean that premiums will go down. tor because that is the plan that some premiums could be lower or
What they meant was that pre- determines the size of Obamacare subsidies higher. But the basics are
miums might well go up, but the subsidies.) the same: Obamacare is all about
government will give some Ameri- Of course, most families of four in subsidies, and "affordable" means
cans money with which they can Missouri make more than $35,325 the government is paying for all or
pay the higher premiums and still a year. The 2012 Census Bureau part of it.
come out ahead. estimated that the median income That is why the administration
For some people that willbe true. for a Missouri family of four was 'and its defenders are urging Demo-
For others, iot so much. Unlike $72,230 meaning that half the crats nervous about the disastrous
Social Security and Medicare, state's families of four are below Ol1amacare rollout to just wait for
,_ ______, .. Obamacare is a meangstested that level andhalf are above, the subsidies to arrive. When that
-- ;/ent~~iteipentie p pgra It wll For a family that is right on the happens, they say, the Obamacare
D T 4ticie AbrarsXu t edianinicote, $72,230, the controversy wil subside..
SYOUR FUNDS. INTOMY 1 taxpayer-paid subsidies with which annual premium would still be Whatever the case, the cost
'.\ P4lVPA I ACCn7llN T I s to pirchase insurance. People $8,088, but the taxpayer-paid sub- to taxpayers will be enormous.
Swho make a bit more will receive sidy would fall to $1,226, meaning Obamacare limits the percentage
smaller subsidies, and those above the family would pay, with its own of income that subsidy-receiving
": 1 a certain income level will receive money, $6,862 for the coverage. Is Americans have to spend on health subsidies at all. If theyhave to that a better deal than they have coverage. Those at the top of the
purchase higher-priced coverage, now? Maybe yes, and maybe no. In subsidy ladder are obligated to
that's their problem. any event, they won't save as much spend no more than 9.5 percent of
i.": l The pro-reform Kaiser Family as the president promised. .their income on premiums. Those
'Foundation has created on its web- :Finally, choose a higher income lower down pay a lower percent-
site a subsidy calculator into which level, but one'at which there are age for that family of four with
anyone can enter his location, still a lot of people. For a family of $35,325 in annual income, it would
income and family size to come four with an income of $85,000, the be 4 percent.
up with an estimate of how big, or premium remains $8,088 but the The percentage of income that
S H small, his Obamacare subsidy will subsidy shrinks to just $13 a year, people pay doesn't change if the
be. meaning the family will pay, with price of coverage goes up. So if the
Start, for example, with a low-in- its own money, $8,075 for coverage. $8,088 premium becomes a $10,000
come family of four living near St. So that family will technically re- premium, or a $12,000 premium,
Louis, Mo., with $35,325 in house- ceive help with its health care costs the subsidy recipient doesn't have:
hold income (that is 150 percent of but not really. to pay more. It's the subsidy paid
the federal poverty rate for a family For families above that level, and for by taxpayers that goes up.
that size). A Silver Plan policy for there are a lot of them, the subsidy So the "affordable" in Affordable
the family would have an annual will be $0. The bottom line is, when Care Act doesn't really mean afford-
premium of $8,088, according to or if- large numbers of people able at all.
iTAHR, Kaiser. But the family would receive actually begin purchasing cover-
@2013 Jeff Stahler/Dist. by Universal UClick for OFS a taxpayer-paid subsidy of $6,675, age on the Obamacare exchanges, Byron York is chief political correspondent for
.- which means the family would pay, 'many will find the much-touted The Washington Examiner. tk
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Injured sea turtle treated at Miami Seaquarium

The Associated Press
MIAMI A threatened
sea turtle is being treated
for a life-threatening gash
to its shell after apparently
r 7 being struck by a boat in
South Florida, officials
said Tuesday.
A Miami homeowner
Sspotted the lethargic, in-
Emily Chambliss from Mrs. Zick's homeroom was the overal jured loggerhead turtle
winner. Briana Barton, Mrs. Hall's homeroom came in second Monday in a canal that
leads into Biscayne-Bay,;
said Florida Fish andWild-
Cottondale Eementary School life Conservation Com-
libra El ementary School at e mission spokesman Jorge msi lipe `
announces spelling bee winners Pino. 'In this Monday, Nov. 11, photo provided by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
The g250-pound tu Commission, an injured loggerhead turtle is wrapped in a towel after being rescued from a
Special to the Floridan ily Chambliss from Mrs. had a severe gash run- Miami canal Officials say a boat struck the turtle, cutting off a flipper and leaving a deep
Zick's homeroom was the ning the length of its gash on the shell. The turtle was taken to the Miami Seaquarium in Key Biscayne, Fla.
The Cottondale Elemen- overall winner. Briana shell, and it was missing
tary School 2013-2014 Barton, Mrs. Hall's home- its right front flipper, Pino may indicate that it is suf- to proceed with the ment involves temporar-
school-wide spelling bee room, came in second said. fering from parasites that turtle's rehabilita- ily placing metal plates
was held on Friday, No- place. Both girls will rep- Wildlife officers loaded may have made the turtle tion. The gash through! across the shell to close
vember 8th in the school resent Cottondale El- the turtle onto their boat, listless and vulnerable to its shell is life-threatening, the gap.
library. ementary School at the covered it with a damp a boat strike, Seaquarium but it didn't damage the The missing flipper ap-
Seven children, who district spelling bee later towel from the hom- spokeswoman Cristina spine so the turtle's mobil- pears to be an old injury
had won 'bees in their this year. Congratula- eowner and took it to the Rodriguez said. ity is not affected, Rodri- that doesn't threaten the
classrooms, represent- tions to all our wonderful Miami Seaquarium for Veterinarians will guez said. turtle's survival, Rodriguez
ed the fifth grade. Em- spellers. treatment. treat the turtle for para- The gash could take said.
The turtle is fairly ac- sites and disinfect the months or years to heal Loggerhead sea turtles
tive but also is showing wound to its shell before completely, Rodriguez protected by state and
signs of anemia, which determining how said. One possible treat- federal laws.

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Refuge House is our region's grants to 150 domestic violence grants. and group counseling for adults created in 1996, and its mission
state certified provider of direct shelters in all 50 states, the Dis- For nearly 20 years the Mary and children, therapy, childcare is two-fold: to fund research of
services and advocacy for vic- trict of Columbia and Puerto Kay Foundation has supported services, community education cancers affecting women ard to
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sexual assault. Refuge House "The Mary Kay Foundation ofdomesticviolence, anepidem- courthouse advocacy. while raising awareness of the
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Cottondale travel agent Wal-Mart steps up competitionfor holiday shopping

am ong o I he ield pany is concentrating on 40 percent of their annual sure on retailers this year
a hWal-Mart Stores Inc.," offering holiday deals on revenue. The National because the period be-
Davine Shores of Travel- Shores, who is an indepen- said Tuesday that it will Thanksgiving. Retail Federation, the na- tween Thanksgiving and
express recently returned dent travel agent serving start offering its holiday During a media call tion's largest retail trade Christmas is six days
from Las Vegas, Nev., af- travelers for deals in its stores at 6 p.m. Monday, Duncan Mac- group, expects an increase shorter than in 2012:
ter attending three days the past six on Thanksgiving two Naughton, executive vice :of 3.9 percent,to $602.1
of top-tier travel industry years. hours earlier than last president and chief mer- billion in holiday .
training and network- "It was also year. chandising and market- sales.
ing hosted by Nexion, the rewarding to The world's largest re- ing officer atWal-Mart's
travel industrys .premier meet with tailer will stagger holiday U.S. namesake divi-
host travel agency. She was top travel deals throughout the night sion, said the dis-
part of a group of over 500 Shores industry ex- and into "Black Friday," counter carefully
travel industry profession- ecutives to the day after Thanksgiv- studied the com-
als attending "CoNexion learn about new tools and ing that is traditionally the petitive landscape
2013," held Sept. 26-28 at resources that will allow busiest shopping day of when it decided to
the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & me to continue providing the year. start the deals ear-
Casino. the kind of expertise my The company also said lier at 6 p.m. n this May 28 photo,
Celebrating CoNexion's clients need and deserve," that it will increase its Thanksgiving. an outdoor sign for
5th anniversary, this year's she said. stock of TVs by 65 percent "Everyone's moved THEASSOCIATE Walmart is seen in
theme was "Place Your According to Nexion and double the number up this year so it will be PRESS FILE Duarte, Calif.
Bet on Success" and en- agents, one of the most- of tablet computers for a new dynamic," Mac- .
couraged agents to con- highly valued benefits in sale that weekend. It's also Naughton said.I 238 ARPANA ClRCLE
nect with each other and attending CoNexion is the bulking up the list of guar- For online shoppers, M. Alford, FL
to utilize the many great opportunity to. meet face- anteed popular items that Wal-Mart will be, offer- T
tools andresourcesNexion to-face with top cruise, it will sell in designated ing special deals starting .
makes available for Shores tour and airline execu- sections of its store to 21, Thanksgiving morning, i3
to ultimately better assist tives -as well as hotel, car from three last year. some of .which will be iW.':
Cottondale-Marianna- rental and travel insurance Wal-Mart is respond- the same as those of-
area travelers. CoNexion partners. ing. to what's expected to fered at the sales events Broughtoyoupy
featured 45,hours of travel In addition toCoNexions be a fiercely competitive at the stores later in the DEBBIE RONEY SMITH tUI
training seminars, six en- General Sessions andmini- holiday shoppingseasoj. ievening. 850-209-8039 .
gaging general sessions sessions, Shores attended Black -Friday has tradi- The stakes are high for Call direct for your personal showing SMARTER. BQ9LDER. FASTER.
and various opportunities a number of specialized tionally been the official retailers since the holiday and complete roperty information! 4630Hwy, 90Manna, FL
for travel agents to connect workshops, includingWave kickoff to' the period,
with industry leaders. of Innovation, Norwegian but in the last few years,
"By attending CoNexion Cruise -Line, Successful that start has crept into
2013, Iwas able to network Fundraising Groups, and Thanksgiving. This year,E
and share best practices Sell the Rivers withViking. stores including Macy's -.NW l
with other h!ome-based To tap into Shores's travel Inc., J:C. Penney Co. and
travel agentprofessionals expertise, contact her at Kohl's Corp. are open- CARPET CERAMIC OUTLET
who share the sam'pas- 557-0233, online at ivx- ing for'the first time on
sion for helping people ex- or in person Thanksgiving evening.
perience once ina lifetime at 1952 Bethlehem 1Road, And other stores, includ-
opportunities, as I do," said Cottondale. ing Best Buy Co., an-
nounced earlier opening LI C
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Starbucks to pay $2.76B MosTofWaMart's4,o
t U.S.,namesake stores are

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Deerfield, Il.-based
Mondelez International
Inc., which spun off Kraft
Foods Group in October, SIZE COLOR/STYLE PRICE
2012, will get the award. 12' x 9' Tan Frieze s 95so50
Moidelez, whose brands Dark Green Plush 13990
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and Tang, said that it plans 12'x 13'6" Light Tan Plush 710990
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expenses and taxes to buy 12' x 14' Heavy Tan Frieze *165s0 I
backs Mondelez rose 12' x 14'6" Medium Brown Frieze *14990
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$33.40 in aifter-hours trad- 12' x 15'2" Light Tan Plush $155s50
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Kraft began exclusive- 12'x 19'2" Green Comm. Plush $20550s
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roasted and grounded cof-
fee in stores -in 1998, and
renegotiated the contract
in 2004. The contract was
set to expire in 2014.' But in
November 2010, Starbucks
told Kraft it was severing
its agreement with Kraft.
Kraft initiated arbitration
proceedings to.challenge
the termination. The two
officially separated in.The a e To e Ma"
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One World Trade Center

named tallest U.S. building
The Associated Press skyscrapers, announced its deci- feet tall, the same height ad the
sion at simultaneous news con- originalWorld Trade Center. That
NEW YORK They set out to ferences in New York and Chica- would make it smaller than not
build the tallest skyscraper in the go, home to the 1,451-foot Willis only the Willis, but also a 1,397-
world a giant that would rise Tower, which is being dethroned foot apartment building being
a symbolic 1,776 feet from the as the natin's tallest building. built a short subway ride away
ashes of ground zero. Measuring the height of a near Central Park.
Those aspirations of global su- building would seem to be a sim- Speaking at his office in New
premacy fell by the wayside long ple thing, but in the case of the York, council chairman Timothy
ago, but New York won a con- new World Trade Center tower it Johnson, an architect at the glob-
solation prize Tuesday when an is complicated by the 408-foot- al design firm NBBJ, said the de-
internationalarchitectural panel tall needle atop the skyscraper's cision by the 25-member height
said it would recognize One roof. committee had more "tense
World Trade Center as the tallest The council's verdict rested moments" than usual, given the
skyscraper in the United States. on a conclusion that the needle skyscraper's importance as a pa- THEASSOCIATED PRESS
The Council on Tall Buildings should be counted as part of the triotic symbol. This combination made from file photos shows Willis Tower, formerly known
and Urban Habitat, considered building's total height. Without "I was here on 9/11. I saw the as the Sears Tower, in Chicago on March 12, 2008 (left), and 1 World Trade
a world authority on supersized it, the tower would be just 1,368 buildings come down," he said. Center in New York on Sept. 5.


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Clary-Glenn Pender of Atlanta, Georgia, two daughters Michelle
Freeport Chapel and sister, Evelyn A. Shannon (Michael), Grace-
Funeral Home Pender of Tallahassee, ville, Heather Nollette,
150 East Highway 20 Florida. Greenwood; sister Yulon-
Freeport, Florida 3243 Funeral services were dia Wilson (Dennis), Talla-
held Monday, November hassee, FL; sister-in-law
Mary e r 11, 2013 at Point Washing- Nancy McSwain, Grace-
SPender ton Methodist Church with ville; three grandchildren
Derck Reverend Spencer Turnip- Devin Shannon, Justin
seed officiating. Shannon (Natalie), Miguel
Donations may be made Pabon (Jacqueline), two
to Emerald Coast Oncology great granddaughters Em-
at Sacred Heart Hospital on ma Kay Shannon, Elaina
the Emerald Coast. Grace Pabon; several nie-
You may go online to ces and nephews.
view obituary, offer condo- Expressions of sympathy
lences and sign guest book can be made atASSO
at Sen. David Vitter, R-La., walks to the Senate at the Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, Nov. 12.
Clary Glenn Freeport wVitter cast the lone vote in opposition to a bill designed to tiglitengovernment oversight
Chpel Funeral Home was Marianna Chapel of pharmacies that custom-mix prescription drugs, a measure to make lawmakers disclose
entrusted with the arrange- Funeral Home which of their aides are enrolling in the president's new health care program as part of an
ments. 3960 Lafayette Street ongoing effort to discredit "Obamacare."
Mrs. Mary Pender Derck, James and Lipford Marianna, Florida 32446
age 60, passed away Wed- Funeral Home Phone 850-526-5059 en a e es ae
She was born August 29, Cotton St. Lero Vicker e ate tes t
'1953 in Marianna, Florida Graceville, FL 32440
to Robert Pender and 850 263-3238 s e ir
Evelyn Thomas Pender.
ist by faith and a member Julia Marilyn
of Point Washington Unit-
ed Methodist Church. She Nollette The Associated Press England Compounding eral inspections and qual-
was a resident of Santa Ro- Center, where inspectors ity standards similar to
sa Beach, Florida. She Julia Marilyn Nollette, 68 WASHINGTON The found mold, standing manufacturers.
graduated from Agnes of Greenwood, FL passed Senate voted uesday to water and other unsterile But the bill would not
Scott College in Atlanta, away, Tuesday, November
Georgia receiving her 12, 2013 at her residence. advafice a bill designed to conditions. require these large-scale
Bachelor's Degree in Liber- Funeral service will be a "tigliten goyernment over- 'Aericans deserve to compounders to register
al Arts.She owned and op- held 2 p.m.Thursday, No- Funeralseries or Mr sight of rmaies that know that their medica- with the FDA'- a step
erated Uptown Girls, Lilly vembe 14, 2013 at the Vickewill be held today custom-mix prscriptiori tions are safe, and by en- that the agency's leaders
Pads and Goodie 2 Shoes .in Chapel of Jam a Fnd in the Marianna Chapel drugs, in the wake of last 'acting this legislation, we have said is crucial to pre-
Grayton Beach, Florida. Lipford Funeral Home. Intermentwill follow at year's deadly meningitis can help make that a real- venting future outbreaks.
She was very experienced Burial will follow in Dam- Pinecrest Memorial Gar- outbreak tied to contami- ity,'" said Sen. Tom Harkin, And safetyadvocatesisay
in Fashion Design.and In- ascus Cemetery with James dens. nated paininjections:. chairman of the Senate the voluntary approach
teior Design. She was a and Lipford Funeral Home Mariannae Chapel Funer The bill cleared a par- Health, Education, Labor leaves consumers vulner-
very talented cook and i Graceville directing. al Hoe is in charge of ar- liamentary hurd le on a and Pensions Committee, able to more rogue phar-
greatly enjoyed her work. 'Family will receive friends , o p p ..
gter. de reeded ---Famil l homre e We rangements. 97-1 vote, indidating its in astatement. macies like the NECC,
Mrs., Derck iS preceded at the l home We xpe.... ri of sympathy- ...
in death by her mother nesday, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Expressio r of sympathy overwhelming spport in Compounded medi- which operate like manu-
Evelyn Thomas Pender. Ms. Nollette was born in maybe submitted online at the Senate. The, legisla- cines have been tied to facturers under the guise
Evel homa Pender, prMNolletteds boromn additionan g
Mrs. Derck is survived by Graceville, FL on January co tion, passed by the House contamination problems ofcompounding.
her loving husband of 33 14, 1945 to the Jate Clar- in September, also cre- for years. But jurisdiction The compounding in-
years,. Tony D. Derck of ence and Syble Everidge ates a national system overthemhasbeenimurky. dustry's chief lobbying
'Santa Rosa Beach, Florida;' McSwain. She retired as a for tracking prescription Pharmacies are' typically group also opposes the
father, Robert R. Pendr of Residential Training In- drugs from marnufactur- regulated through state bill, saying it would fur-
Seagrove Beach, Florida; st uctorfrom Sunland. rMs. ers to retail pharmacies. boards, but the federal ther complicate pharma-
two sons, Keanen Derck of Nollette was a member of Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. Final passage sending Food and Drug Adminis- cy regulations.
Santa Rosa Beach, Daniel Damascus Baptist Church. Your Local Florist and Gifts to President Barack traion regulates manu- Dspite complaints
Derck of Hicksville, Ohio;. Preceded in death by pa- 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna it to President Barack tration regulates manu- Despite complaints
daughter; Tracey Harris rents, son Tony Robbins, 850-372-4456 Obama for his signature facturers of medicines. about the bill's short-
and husband Philip of At- daughter Terri Cook, and chaeT y could come as early as The bill attempts to sort comings it has, garnered
lanta, Georgia; two broth- brother Dale McSwain. Funeal Appropriate ttireoutthat legal gray area, broad support, in part be
ers, Bob Pender Jr. of Ma- Survived by one son' 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna The lone. vote against which allowed the NECC cause it contains a sepa-
rianna, Florida, John Christopher Nollette, TX; 850-482-8647 the measure came from and other large pharma- rate measure for tracking
Sen. David Vitter. The cies to skirt both state and prescription drugs.. The
Louisiana Republican federalregulations.Specif- so-called track-and-trace
B a cm renovation organizers say. said prospects are good for is championing a mea- ically the measure would system is designed thelp
USCOIII The 'proceeds from nu- additional grant money. sure to mmake lamakers 'clarify when the FDA can authorities catch counter-
merous local fundraisers "Last month the group disclose which of their intervene agaist com- feit r stolen drugs, which
FromPageA will be used to continue was advised thatwe were aide are enrollingin the pounding pharmacies. have increasingly been
original metal roof in- the renovation of the old ranked fifth in the state- president's new health Pharmacies that oper- making their way into the
stalled in 1927. when the schoolto turn it into afunc- out of 29 applicants- to care program as part of an ate as traditional com- US. supply chain from
school was built."When tioning building. "We have receive our $50,000 grant ongoing effort to discredit pounders,,. producing. overseas.
the rehabilitation is com- raised more than $40,000 request from the Cultural "Obamacare." small .batches of medi- Under .the track and
plete, the old Bascom to date," said Donnie Ray Facilities Program of the The comp.oding cations to fill doctors' trace legislation, drugt
School is expected to serve Southwell, treasurer for Division %of Cultural Af- pharmacy bill is intended prescriptions, would .makerswould berequired
the greater northeast Jack- the project. In addition to fairs for the Department of to prevent a repeat of last continue to be regulated to add serial numbers
-son County communities individual fundraising ac- State," she said. year's fungal meningi- by state phtarmacy to all' drug cpntainers
as a focal point for social, tivities, the group is also A final decision on the tis outbreak that killed boards, under the legis- within four years. After 10
educational and cultural pursuing public and pri- 2014-2015 grant applica- 64 people and: sickened lafion. Pharmacies that years the industry would
activities. A wide variety vate grants to help support tions in that program will more thari .750 others expand into shipping whave to upgrade to
of groups and organiza- the renovation. be announced during the across the U.S. The sick- drugs without -doctors' electronic tracking codes
tions willbe able to use the Betty Ari Bevis Alter, co next legislative session in ness was traced to a prescriptions can volun- that can be used to trace
"new" 86-year old facility, chairman of the 'project, Tallahassee. now-closed pharmacy in tarily register with the medicines from factory to
Massachusetts, the New FDA and submit to fed- pharmacy.

Sresidents invest in carbon' install them, as well, at no Hawaii Senate passes gay m arriagebill
monoxide detectors if they charge.
use these sources of heat. People with central heat The Associated Press thousands of gay couples "I've always been proud
From Page lA And everyone should and air conditioning units living in Hawaii and even to have been born in Ha-
50 feet from your home have a smoke detector, he may notice a burning HONOLULU The more tourists to marry in wai, and today's vote
andother structures, and added. smell briefly when they state Senate passed a the state starting Dec. 2. makes me even prouder,"
at least 100 feet from your Now is also a good time use their units for the first bill Tuesday legalizing "I look forward to sign- Obama:said.
neighbors'P structures. to change the batteries in time each season because gay marriage,' putting ing this significant piece Senators passed the bill
People who use natural those devices, he said. of the dust that can col- Hawaii a signature of legislation, which pro- 19-4 with two lawmakers
gas or propane heaters Currently, the city has lect on the system coils, away from becoming a vides mnarriage equity and excused. Cheers erupted
should make sure their a supply offree smoke but that should quickly same-sex .wedding fully recognizes and pro- inside and outside the
homes are properly venti- detectors and batteries, dissipate. If it does not, destination. tects religious freedoms," gallery when the vote was
lated so that fumes do not thanks to a special grant. or if residents want to be Gov. Neil Abercrombie, Abercrombie said. taken, with a smattering
build up and cause serious Residents of Marianna on the safe side and have who called lawmakers to President BarackObama of boos. Senate President
health risks that may not who wish to obtain those it checked regardless, the a special session for the praised the bill's passage, Donna Mercado Kim,
be easily detected because should contact the MFD' fire department will come bill and has vocally sup- saying the affirmation who voted against the bill,
ofthe odorless nature or come by the station and and take a look. ported gay marriage, said of freedom and equal- banged her gavel and told
of those gases. Birge fill out a form. Depart- The MFD main number ina statementhewill sign ity makes the country members of the public to
strongly recommends that .mentfirefighters will is 482-2414. the measure. It will allow stronger. quiet down.

From Page lA
- Gwin hit pay dirt.
Little green and red trac-
tors, peanut trailers and
other ag toys were dis-
played on tables, hay bales
and other areas of the
room. His retirement cake
was topped by a tractor
pulling a wagon across a I -.
field of green and soil-col- "'
ored icing.
Someone even loaned
her a genuine, old-fash-
ioned planter to finish out This picture of Wayne Branch was taken in the early years of
one of the largest hay bale his work at NFREC, when he was in his late 20s or early 30s.
displays in the room. a
Several family members at NFREC. settle down into retire-
came to the event along Branch said he was ment. He said he plans to
with many people from touched by the outpouring spend his extra free time
agencies that work in of good wishes that they with his family and This scrapbook was created fromWayne Branch's 34 years' worth of work at the NFREC.
eooperation with the team bid him as he prepared to pursuing his hobbies.


3720 Caverns Road Marianna, FL 32446-1806 (850) 482-3964 I L


Aid trickling into hard-hit areas in Philippines
The Associated Press million people estimat- island, bore the full force said. A lack of electricity
ed to be affected. by the of the winds and the tsu- in Tacloban means planes
.TACLOBAN, Philippines storm. nami-like storm surges can't land there at night.
Desperately needed "Even in Tacloban, be- Friday. Most of the city is Guevara said the C-130s
food, water and medi- cause of the debris and the in ruins, a tangled mess have transported nearly
cal aid are only trickling difficulties with logistics of destroyed houses, cars 3,000 civilians out of the
into this city that took the and so on, we have not and trees. Malls, garages disaster zone, and that the
worst blow from Typhoon been able to get in the lev- and shops have all been biggest problem in Taclo-
Haiyan, while thou- el of supply that we would stripped of food and water ban is a lack of clean drink-
sands of victims jammed want to. We are going to do by hungry residents. ing water.
the damaged airport as much as we can to bring The loss of life appears "Water is life," he said.
Tuesday, seeking to be in more," she said. Her of-' to be concentrated in Ta- "If you have water with no
evacuated. fice said she planned to cloban and surrounding food, you'll survive."
"We need help. Nothing visit the city. areas, including a por- A team from M6decins
is happening. We haven't Presidential spokesman tion of Samar island that Sans Frontieres, com-
eaten since yesterday af- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS Edwin Lacierda said relief is separated from Leyte plete-with medical sup-
ternoon," pleaded a weep- Typhoon survivors hang signs from their necks as they queue goods were getting into island by a strait. It is pos- plies, arrived in Cebu is-
ing Aristone Balute, an up in the hopes of boarding a C-130 military transport plane the city, and the supply sible that other devas- land Saturday looking for
81-year-old woman who Tuesday in Tacloban, central Philippines. should increase now tated areas are so isolated a flight to Tacloban, but
failed to get a flight out of that the airport and a they have not yet been hadn't left by Tuesday. A
Tacloban for Manila, the but the challenges of than earlier feared. bridge to the island were reached, spokesman for the group
capital. Her clothes were delivering the assistance. "There is a huge amount open. In Cebu, to the south- said it was "difficult to fell"
soaked from a pouring rain means few in the stricken that we need to do. We "We are not going to leave west, the Philippine air when it would be able to
and tears streamed down city have received help. have not been able to get one person behind one force has been sending leave.
her face: Officials also were work- into the remote commu- living person behind," he three C-130s back and "We are in contact with
Five days after the deadly ing to determine how nities," U.N. humanitar- said. "We will help, no mat- forth to Tacloban from the authorities, but the
disaster, aid is coming many people had been ian chief Valerie Amos ter how difficult, no matter dawn to dusk, and had (Tacloban) airport is only
pallets of supplies and killed, with the country's said in Manila, launching how inaccessible." delivered 400,000 pounds for the Philippines military
teams of doctors are wait- president saying the an appeal for $301 million Tacloban, acity of about of relief supplies, Lt. Col. use," Lee Pik Kwan said i
ing to get into Tacloban death toll could be lower to help the more than 11 220,000 people on Leyte Marciano Jesus Guevara a telephone interview.

All day shopping frenzy

on Thanksgiving Day?
The Associated Press Staples that are doing, it.
for the first time. The Gap,
NEW YORK Last which operates its Old
Thanksgiving Day, Kim- Navy, Gap and Banana Re- h
berly Mudge Via's mother, public, is opening half of
sister and nieces left in the its stores on Thanksgiving
middle of their meals to morning.
head for the mall. Roger Beahm, profes-
Now, Via says she'll never sor of marketing at the
host Thanksgiving dinner Wake Forest University
for her relatives again. School of Business in
"They barely finished," Winston-Salem, N.C., ex-
says the .28-year-oldr who pects that it's just a mat- -
lives in Boone, N.C. "They ter of time he estimates
thanked me and left their five years before most
plates on the counter." chains open all day on
That scene could be- Thanksgiving. As for
come more common in Christmas, he says 'that
homes across the country. day is still sacred among
Black Friday shopping, the shoppers.
annual rite of passage on "The floodgates *have:
the dayafter Thanksgiving, opened," Beahm says.
continues to creep further "People will turn Thanks-
into the holiday as more giving Day shopping into
stores open their doors a a tradition as theylhistori- .:T
day early. cally have on the day af-
It's a break with tradi- ter Thanksgiving: .;.And d
tion. Black Friday, which stores don't want to be left
typically is the year's big- behind."
gest shopping day, for a Indeed, ie ,y '
decade has been consid- they're just' doing what
ered the official start to shoppers want. And they
the busy holiday buying know that opening earlier.
season. Stores open in the gives them a chance to be
wee hours of the morning the first to grab shoppers'
with special deals called dollars.
doorbusters and stay, .
open late into the evening. -
Meanwhile, Thanksgiv-
ing and Christmas re- i u.s.f r
mained the only two days
a year that stores were
closed. e,4
Now Thanksgiving is
slowly becoming just an-
other shopping day. Over
the past few years, major
retailers, including Target J
and Toys. R Us, slowly have 0
pushed opening times into
Thanksgiving night to one-
up each other arid com- .
pete for holiday dollars.
saying that they wanted .S
to spend time with theirar W "ELits
This year, more than a
dozen major retailers are u
opening on Thanksgiving,
including a handful like Downtown Marianna
Macy's, J.C. Penney and 850 482.4037 1


Jefferson & Lafayette

.. Hosted by:
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Lola Belle Gifts Madison's Restaurant
Michael'sArtistic Designs Michael's Toggery Olio
On Second Thought Creations Smith & Smith Jewelers

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Co~lege Basketball

Chipola men, women No. 1 in FCSAA polls

BY DUSTIN KENT in state poll after previous No. 1 getting the oth ree. the seasonagi eWeekend in the top three spots in the poll. and defending state and nation- Northwest Fl~i6 tate (4-0) the Girls ,Bastball 'Report Tallah-assie (3-2) moves up
al champion Central Florida comes in at N., vwith fellow Classic. two spots to No. 5, with Pen-
Chipola College now sports lost to USC-Salkehatchie Panhandle Conference ,Chipola knocked off Eastern sacola State (2-2) dropping back
the top-ranked, teams in the 92-89 on Saturday. teams Tallahissee (4-0), Florida State 93-34, South Geor- four spots to No. 9.
state on both the men's and the Chipola moved to 3-0 Pensacola, State (2-1), ,gia Tech 68-45, and Broward 86- The Chipola women will next
women's side, with the Chipola over the weekend with and Gulf Coast State (3- 40 to move to 3-0 on the year. play in Jacksonville on Friday
men joining the Lady Indians road wins over Atlanta 1) coming in at No. 4, 6, The Lady Indians received all and Saturday against Indian
atop the latest FCSAA poll re- Metro 83-57 and Georgia and 10 in the poll. 12 first-place votes. River and Florida State College,
leased Tuesday. Perimeter 88-81. The Lady Indians opened Gulf Coast State (5-0) is next while the men will be home this
The Indians, ranked No. 7 in The Indians received 13 of a the season atop the. FCSAA at No. 2, followed by Northwest weekend for the Chipola Classic
the NJCAA national poll, moved possible 16 first-place votes, poll and stayed there thanks Florida State (4-0) at No. 3 to against Snead State and Darton
up from second to the top spot with now No. 3 Central Florida to three straight wins to start give the Panhandle Conference College.


Excitement builds gs
to Holmes

Malone looking forwardo new challenges County
The Malone Tigers spenti The Malone, Lady Tigers
much of last season as the top- diopped their regular season
ranked 1A team in the state, opener Monday night in Boni-
dominating foes by an average fay, falling to the Holmes County
of 25 points per game en route: Lady lue Dev-
to 25 victories and 'a second ils 76-50.
straight district championship. CCurteeona
Bui theTigers'fell short of the Brelove had 25
big prize they were after with points to lead
a loss to eventual state cham- the Lady Ti-
pion Holmes County in the re- gers, with Alicia
gional finals, and they'll have Jackson and Jakivia Hearns each
some big shoes to fill if they're contributing 10 points.
to get back in position to play But it wasn't enough against a
,for state this season. talented Holmes County squad
Malone lost three of its five that jumped on Malone from the
starters from a year ago in 6& opening tip, taking a 19-10 first
foot-7 center Ty Baker, 6-foot-4. quarter lead and extending the
power forward Amp Speights, margin to 16 at halftime.
and guard Austin Williams, as By the fourth quarter, the Lady
well as key reserves like Red Tigers found themselves down
Griffin; Desquan Johnson, and 58-35 and too far down to make
Cameron Barnes. one last run.
It's1a lot of production to re- "We just didn't play together;
place in one season, but coach it's that simple," Malone coach
Steven Welch's Tigers have' a Preston Roberts said after the
prettygood foundation to build game.
on with one of the top tandems "We had too many turnovers
in the area in 6-foot-4 senior and gave up too many offensive
Chai Baker wing player and 6- rebounds. We probably had over
foot-i junior point guard Ant- 20 turnovers atleast and gave up
wain Johnson. at least 15 offensive rebounds.
The pair combined for over You start adding those numbers
32 points per game last season up and it's hard to win any bas-
and will be asked to do even ketball game.
more this' year to help carry "But give Holmes County cred-
4a team that is pretty small on it. They're averygood basketball
varsity experience. team. They play together and
"Those. guys worked real understand what their coach
hard this summer and. are wants: The simple fact is we got
doing a great job of leading outcoached and- outplayed. It's
these young guys," Welch said. that simple."
"We've got a ton of young guys LORIDANFILEPHOTO Malone's scheduled game.
trying. tagainst Bay High on Tuiesday
trying to, find their way and Malone's Chai Baker attempted a jump shot during a game last season. against Bay High on Tuesday
how to be a teammate and hoe night was canceled, leaving
to compete against each other Friday's district road contest
on a daily basis in practice. But and Speights on the inside to "That will be the biggest ad- "Now we don't have that lux- against Laurel Hill as the Lady
we're getting better. I see a lot overwhelm opponents, .partic- justment. Ty played for me for ury anymore. We have to play Tigers' next opportunity to get in
of improvement from the be- ularly at the defensive end:,. so long and understood what a different style of defense to the win column.
ginning of the summer up to The Tigers won't be niearly we were looking for in the back keep from giving up a bunch "I hope we can get everything
now." ... as big this season, so they'll of the defense, and you put oflayups." rectified in the next couple of
This Malone'team will have have to find a different way to him and Amp togethet and days and get a couple of good
a much different look than the defend the rim without the in- we didn't have much to worry practices-in and hopefully right
last, which relied heavily on the timidating. length and leaping about defensively with how we the ship on Friday," Roberts said.
size and athleticism ofTy Baker ability of last year's front line. get after people," Welch Said. See EXCITEMENT, Page 2B

Igh School Soccer

Lady Bulldogs get first wi GHS cruises past Baker
BY DUSTIN KENT competition, Graceville coach
BY SHELIA MADER Matt Anderson said he was still
Floridan CorrespondentThe Graceville Tigers had pretty pleased with the effort of
an easy time of it in their pre- his team.
The Marlianna High School .season debut Monday night at "We executed pretty well, es-
soccerteamshosted district rival Walton High School, coasting pecially on defense," he said.
Walton on Thursday night and to a 61-31 win over an under- "We played well all the way
the Lady Bulldogs came away '"manned Baker Gators team. until about the middle of the
with their first win of the season,. The Gators are still without fourth quarter and let down
scoring a 2-1 victory while the some of their football players a little, but that's kind of to be
MHS boys played to a 1-1 draw. 'who are preparing for a playoff expected. We were in the right
The win puts the girls at 1-1 on 'a, 8 t game against Cottondale bn spots defensively in our press
the season, with the boys draw- Friday and the Tigers took full and offensivelywe did OK once
ing for the second time in two advantage and dominated from we got over the jitters early."
matches: the outset. Graceville was in for a much
In game one, the girls had CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Graceville jumped out to a stiffertestTuesdaynightagainst
goals from Reagan Oliver and Marianna LadyBulldogs players and coaches posed for a picture following 10-point first quarter lead and the Walton Braves, who are not
Taniyah Robiinson, while Oliver a 2-1 victory over Walton on Thursday night. blew the game open in the sec- in the football playoffs and will
arid Chelsey Perry also had an ond period to take a 36-11 edge be at full strength.
assist each. the night. changed the game. he good into the halftime break. "It's a good test to see where
In the boys game, the Bulldogs Following the game, Bulldogs thing is it's all fixable. This is only After another big effort in the we're at," Anderson said before
got an early goal from Cole Rob- coach Garyn Waller said he was the second soccer game that third period, the margin was 35 the game. "They beat us pretty,
erts and added another one be- disappointed with his team's ef- over half of our kids have ever points going into the fourth, well two or three times during
fore the halftime break. fort in the loss. played. With a few more games, Eighth grader. CJ Smith. led the summer, so we'll see ifwe've
That lead was wiped away "We played aboutas bad as we I think we can be a pretty good Graceville with 15 points; while gained any ground."
when Walton picked up two could play. You can't let teams team." Octavian Mount added nine Tuesday marked the last exhi-
goals in the second half to even like Walton hang around," he Both clubs were scheduled to points, and Derek White and bition game for the Tigers, who
the game. said. "They came out in the host Baker on Tuesday evening. Deangelo Bell had eight points will open up the regular season
Marianna goalkeeper Austin second half and scored about Results of that game were not each. Tuesday with. a road contest.
Nelson recorded eight saves on 15 minutes into it and just available at press time Despite the lower level of against the Rutherford Rams. L


Rotary Miracle Field Foundation

More than two dozen Chipola College student-athletes participated in a Miracle League double-header at the Rotary Miracle Field at
Westgate Park in Dothan on Nov. 4. Chipola baseball and softball players and cheerleaders partnered with special kids for the two
games. Chipola Athletic Director Dr. Steve Givens and Assistant Athletic Director Joc Calloway also attended. The Rotary Miracle
Field Foundation was formed to provide assistance to children and adults with disabilities, primarily through the development and mainte-
nance of the Miracle Field and Miracle League. Chipola aaseball player Bert Givens (left) helps a batter at the Miracle Field. Chipola softball
player LindsayWurm (middle) helps a baserunner at the Miracle Field. Chipola softball player Luana Imamura (right) helps a batter at the
Miracle Field.

College Football Sports Briefs

SM.. High School Football Chipola Men's
QB Murphy game-time decision at SC day Cottonale at Basketball
Baker, 7 p.m.
The Associad Ps The Indians will return
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right shoulder againstLSU banged up alittle bit and p.m.; Cottondale vs. Ma- at 4:30 p.m. and Florida
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day and Tuesday, and others who have missed York Jetsoffensive coordi- that you get into your' Saturday- Paxton at 9a.m.
Pease said his availability significant time. The. list nator Marty Mornhinweg, sophomore and junior Graceville, 4 p.m.
will come down to "how includes quarterback' Jeff hasn't played a down in year before you're in that :
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where he's spending time returner Andre Delkose, tough on a kid in his situ- play." M ianI' urricanes
SThe Associated Press
Excitem ent could be good or hid. It's, a bad night it will really long as you're doing what CORAL GABLES Mi- say are "necessary for the
no secret that Chai. and tell on us, especially early" you're capable of doing ami is trying to get its hot and humid climate of
From Page 1B (Johnson) will be our in the year. Hopefully by and doing it well, you'll be football team a lighted South Florida."
Thing will likely be dif- primary offensive weap- the end of the year maybe alright at the end." 'practice 'field and other The Associated Press
ferent on the other end of ons now. The ball will go some of those youpg guys Senior .combo guard upgraded facilities. obtained an advance copy
the court as well. through them." will come around." Alonze Bailey is also back The school will unveil of the plans. Construction
While Chai Baker led the Chai Baker has been a Among the young play- after playing a key role what it calls the Football timetables hinge on the
team with 21 points per star on the varsity, since ers who will need to con- off the bench last season Victory Fund later this rate of fundraising,
game and will again be his freshman year and tribute this season are and will be thrust into week. It's a $7 million .arlier this year, the
the No. 1 option, there was has led the team in scor- a trio of sophomores the starting lineup with project that will allow for school opened the $15
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Tigers last season, with six but last year served as a Chancellor Lockett, 6- responsibilities, while 6- tificial turf practice facil- for Athletic Excellence,
different players reaching breakout seasonfor John- foot-2 wihg player Savon foot-4 junior Cody Hen- ity, a new dining area for a facility that incluides
15 points in at least one son, who emerged as a Armstead, and rangy 6- son returns after missing Miami's 400 athletes and. meetingrooms, academic
game. dynamic point guard as foot-2 forward Xavier last year with an injury four cold-water recovery areas, locker room space
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No. 2 FSU controls its path to BCS game
The Associated Press
the first time all season,
Florida State controls its,
own destiny..
The Seminoles are un-
defeated, ranked second
in the Top 25 and the
BCS standings, and have
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS earned a berth in the At-
Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops decided he was sticking lantic Coast Conference
with Blake Bell as his starting quarterback, chimpionship game.
Florida State will play in
SO its first BCS champion-
ship game if it wins its fi-
s oe t be significant favorites in
all of them.
The last time the Semi-
keeps Bel noles won tse national
title was in 1999.
"I don't think about it, I
after Baylor loss don't have to. Everybody
else tells you," coach
The Associated Press ter. Well continue to work Jimbo Fisher said, "I try to
on that," said Stoops, who stay: in the moment, live
NORMAN, Okla.- Okla- later added: "I'm not going in the moment ... I have
homa coach Bob Stoops to change what we're doing enough problems with
made two things clear with the quarterbacks" re- Syracuse right now."
Monday: There won't be a garding playing time. The Seminles (9-0, 7-
change at quarterback for .The Sooners played in 0 ACC) got the help they,
the Sooners and he is OK the national-title game af- needed when Oregon Set ....
with the direction his pro- ter the2008 season. During lost 26-20 to Stanford on -
gram is headed. the pastfive seasons, Okla- Thursday. It would have THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
Stoops declined to pub- homa has lost six games been extremely unlikely Forida St. moved into the No. 2rankings in the latest BCS poll.
licly criticize junior quar- by 14 points or more, with for Florida State to leap-
terback Blake Bell or co-of- three of those lopsided frog an undefeated Ducks :
fensive coordinators Josh losses coming inthe Soon- 'team. my girlfriend's watching pion, likely a Top 25 op Clemson and No. Mi-
Heupel o Jay Norvel fol ers'last 10 outings, against Running back Karlqs it and my son's looking at ponent, in the South- ami. The Gators (4-5,3-4)
lowing the Sooners' woeful Texas A&M Texas and now Williams was quick to the TV. eastern Conference will command that kind
offensive perforniance in a Baylor. .folloW i his coach and say "It's somethig that you championship. of national attention as
41-12 loss Thursday to No. Stoops'. take on the the team doesn't pay at- :always ook at nd. pay That leaves No. 3s Ohio an. intra-state rival from
4 Baylor that effectively "state of the program" tention to the hoopla su- atention to.It definitely State and No 4. Baylor s the SECdespitetheirs-
knocked Oklahoma out of was that Oklahoma is '.'7-2 rounding the constantly feels gpod to be No. 2. tfie other two undefeated ing record.
the Big 12 Conference title and working to the end of fluctuating polls. -Fisher .It feels good to be back programs with a chance In the end, Florida State
race. the year. Just (Big 12) co- has termed conversations up there where you're -to play in Pasadena oin has the easiestpafto the
D espite calls from some champs a year ago, right? about all the what-if sce-. used to seeing that Jan..6. The Buckeyes (9-0, BCS championship game
quarters for sophomore What else do you want to narios "clutter" and out- :Seminole head." 510) close with Illinois, In- with three regular-season
Kendal Thompson who know? Let's see., We won: side distractions. Williams- 'eplained that diaina and Michigan and g ames remaining against
missed almost all of pre- it in 2010 aqd tied it!in '12 Alabama and Oregon the'standings and rank- should go into the BigTen 'teamsg with a combined
season practice, with a and we're going through are clutter.TheBCSstand- ings. means something title gamewithouta loss. .10-18record. -
fractured -foot and hasn't '13. I think there are only ings are clutter. The ACC but he has toskeep tose .Th6se three have aeom- TheSeminoleswouldbe
played. this season -- to four or five teas thathave championship isclutter. thoughts in the brack of bined record of 13-14. crownedACC champions
hae a shotat quarterbac, won more games over the Fisher and the Semi-: his mind... Ohio State may not play for a second consecutive
Stoops said Bell would re- past five years. I believe noles say all that matters Safety Terrence Brooks another ranked team be-- season with awin against
main the starter when No. that's right. If that's not the is Syracuse(5-4, 3-2) on. simply said, "You win- ll : fore a bowl game. the Coastal Division rep-
22 Oklahoma (7-2, 4-2) answer you are looking for, Saturday your games, you should The Bears (8-0, 5-0) have resentative on Dec. 7 in
hosts Iowa State (1-8, 0-6) I'm not sdre. It seemslike Williams, however, ad- be in a good position. the. toughest remaining -Charlotte.
on Saturday. every time youlose a game, mitted he has alerts set on That's really what I'm' fo- schedule of the three with Fisher has already been
"We've just got to be able it's like, 'Oh, geez, the skyis his phone. cused on." Texas Tech, Np. 12 Okla- asked to compare the
to throw the football bet- falling."' "I'vegot the college foot- Alabama opened the homa State, TCU and No. 2013 team to the 1993
ball app, the ESPN app, of season ranked No., and 23 Texas, but probably champion Seminoles.
course," Williams said. won'tmovewithout aloss. needs losses from two of "I don't ever reflect on
"By the time it happens;. The Crimson Tide finish the top three t.oreach the a team till the season's
it pops'on my phone. BCS the season with Missis- championship game. over and it's written and it
Sstandings came on. I was sippi State, Chattanooga Fisher has been able to does what it does," Fisher-
up here for study hall and and No. 7 Auburn keep his team fosused on said. "We've got a lot, of
went home: By the time I They would face the the moment in high-pro- work between now and
walked inthe back door, Eastern division chain- file games against No. 8 th6n."

Term limits set for playoff selection committee

.THEASSOCIATEDPRESS TheAssociated Press committee. varez, West Virginia ath- edt, Arkansas athletic Jeff
Certain SEC coaches have been on the hot seat all season The terms for former letic director Oliver Luck, Long, Clemson athletic
long. WASHINGTON The Air Force Academy su- former Mississippi quar- director Dan Radakovich,
College Football Playoff perintendent and retired terback Archie Manning former USA Today col--
*. selection committee. con- Gen. Mike Gould, South- and former Secretary of lege sports writer Steve
cluded its first meeting ern California athletic State Condoleezza Rice Wieberg and former Notre
,,by setting staggered term director Pat Haden,. for- will'end in February 2017. Dame coach Tyrone Will-
'limits for its 13 members. mer- Nebraska coach Tom Terms for former NCAA ingham expire in Febru-
The committee will set ,Osborne. and former Big vicepresidentTomJernst-ary2018.-
S~eason S E the matchups ;for the new -East 'commissioner Mike ..
postseason system that Tranghese will-end Febru-
TheAssociated Press following 26 in 2011-i2, starts next season. The ary2016.
--that major college foot- goal'is to always have ex- Terms for Wisconsin
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Bucs hold off embattled Dolphins for first win of 2013 season
The Associated Press allegations of bullying en- (David) and a bunch of us Incognito.
gulfed the locker room in just said we're tired of it," The NFL is looking into
TAMPA, Fla.-The Tam- controversy, Miami rallied Heyward added. "We can't the case, and the league's
pa Bay Buccaneers got from a 15-0 deficit to take do it again, and everybody special investigator will
a much-needed victory, the lead before rookie just started stepping up determine whether In-
and the Miami Dolphins Mike Glennon led a long and making plays." cognito harassed Martin,
showed a bullying scandal touchdown drive put the Ryan Tannehill threw and whether the Dolphins
hasn't completely torn the Bucs ahead for good: for 229 yards, includ- mishandled the matter.
team apart. Bobby Rainey's 1-yard ing touchdowns of 6 "We had a good week
The Bucs (1-8) became run capped an 80-yard and 19 yards to Rishard of preparation, but the
the last NFL team to win, drive, and Tampa Bay held Matthews. performance wasn't good
beating the embattled on the final 10 minutes to But the second-year enough," Philbin said.
Dolphins 22-19 with a win for only the second quarterback got no help "We have good guys
strong defensive perfor- time in 15 games dating from a running game that on this team who under-
mance on night the fran- to last season. was limited to just 2 yards stand adversity and un-
chise honored Hall of The Bucs held fourth- rushing. derstand how to handle
FamerWarren Sapp. quarter leads in four of "We didn't have any it," Tannehill said. "This
"A win cures everything, their .eight losses, losing type of way to keep them is a good test. I'm not say-
... It's good to get our first each time in the final 89 off balance because we ing it's easy. I'm not saying
win, especially at home," seconds of regulation or weren't able to establish it's fun to deal with. But I
cornerback Darrelle Revis overtime, the run," Dolphins coach have faith in these guys."
said. "It was an emotional "It was rough. It was Joe Philbin said. Glennon didn't dazzle in
game for us, and we knew scary, I'm not going to lie," Despite the loss, the his sixth start for Tampa
the type of game it was go- linebackerAdamHeyward game was a welcome Bay, but the rookie did
ing to be on Monday night. said, recalling the Bucs albeit brief respite froin hold his composure and
as well. It's great." blew a 21-point lead be- questions about tackle throw for 139 yards, and
.The Dolphins (4-5) lost fore losing at Seattle eight Jonathan Martin's allega- one TD.
for the fifth time in six days earlier. tions of daily harassment Tampa Bay set a team THE ASSCATED PRESS
games. "Itlooked like last week. by teammates, including record for fewest rushing Tampa Bay set a team record for fewest rushing yards allowed
In its first outing since The guys, like. Lavonte suspended guard Richie yardsallowed. against Miami Monday night.

Chiefs WR Bowe arrested on MRI positive for Manning

drugs charges and speedig TheAssociatedPress
The Associated Press The MRI determined
the hit caused no further
RIVERSIDE, Mo.- Kan- damage to Peyton Man-
sas City Chiefs wide re- ning's tender right ankle.
ceiver Dwayne Bowe was Now, Manning and the
arrested outside Kansas Broncos are curious what
City over the weekend on the NFL thinks of that hit
charges of speeding and Interim coach Jack Del
possessing marijuana, Rio said the Broncos have
throwing his status fora sent replays to the league
pivotal AEC West show- offices of Corey Liuget's
down against the Denver dive at Manninig's ankles
Broncos into question. in the closing minutes of
Bowe was Oulled over for Denver's 28-20 win over
going about 48 mph in a 35 San Diego.
mph zone,, police in sub- "In the rules, there are
urban Riverside said Tues- Lcertain areas you can hit
day. Police said. an officer THEASSOCIATEDPRESS. and certain areas that are THEASSOCIATEPRESS
smelled "a strong odor of Dwayne Bowe was arrested this past weekend on drug charges supposed to be protect- Peyton Manning suffered an ankle injury Sundayagainst San
marijuana from inside of and speeding. ed," De Rio said Monday. Diego.
the vehicle," and asked "And we thought that got
Bowe and two passengers The unbeaten Chiefs in part because ofa shaky into an area that was sup- bring his total to 33 on the than he was ,as a rookie.
to get out of the car. were off Tuesday before quarterback situation, but posed to be protected." season tied with Tom Continuing to develop.
Police then used a dog resuming preparations still did enough to warrant Manning, whose ankles Brady for most through The arrow is up on him."
to search for illegal sub- for their Sunday night a five-year, $56 million have been hurting since nine games in NFL histo- Manning got sacked two
stances and found a bag game against the Bron- deal from the Chiefs' new games against Jackson- ry. But there's still validity times against' the Char-
with Bowe's wallet and two cos, who are a game back regime this past offseason. ville and Indianapolis last to the point Broncos ex- gers and hit five more.
containers holding what in the division standings. So far, he's struggled inonth, stayed down after ecutive JohnElway's made He's been sacked a total
the officer suspected was It's the first of two games to live up to the new :Liuget dove at him fol- when he signed Manning of 12 times and hit 27 in
marijuana. One container that the longtime rivals contract., lowing a completed pass two offseasons ago: "I the seven games since
held 6.6 grams of the sub- will play in a span of three Bowehashadtroubleget- that iced the gahne with don't have a' Plan B. We're Chris Clark replaced the
stance, and the other had weeks. ting open in Reid's offense, 1:44 left. Manning limped' going with Plan A." injured Ryan Clady at left
3.8 grams, or about one- A passenger in the car and has been subjected to through the rest of the On londay, Del Rio as tackle. In three straight
third of an ounce in all. was also arrested for pos- constant double-teams. game and in the locker, asked about Manning's games, Clark has allowed
Bowe was cited for session of a controlled He has 33 catches for 369 room afterward. backup, Brock Osweiler: Manningto be sackjed and
speeding and 'possession substance after the po- yards and two touchdowns An MRI on Monday '"Agood young player that stripped from the blind
of a controlled substance, lice dog found a backpack through the first nine showed no further damage is better inhis secondyear side.
police'said. He posted$750 that contained 42 grams games. to the ankle, which was
bond and is scheduled to of suspected marijuana. The Chiefs returned to heavily taped throughout
appear in Riverside court Riverside is a community practice from their bye on the Chargers game. Del
on Dec. 18. of about 3,000 residents lo- Monday, and while there Rio said Manning would '.2884 Jefferson St.,
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seeking comment. about womanizing that aI- Reid said, "which is a good "But he'll definitely play
It's unclear whether legedly occurred at team thing."' this week," Del Rio said. a i
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to be demolished in 2017
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ATLANTA Atlanta's mayor said
Tuesday that the city will demolish
Turner Field after the Braves leave
for a new stadium in the suburbs in
Mayor Kasim Reed said at a news
conference that the stadium will not
be left vacant after the team starts THEASSOCIATEDPRESS FE PHOTOS
playing at a new field in Cpbb Coun- Pictured are Wil Myers (left) and Jose Fernandez.
ty in three years.
"We're going to have a master Jose Fernandez
developer that is going to demol- Je Fer andez
ish the Ted and we're goirlg to have THE ASOCIATE PRESSFILE
one of the largest developments for Turner Field is pictured during a game in April 2005. -i c r n
middle-class people that the cit has 'At no time in our discussions with used to get fans around the site and n
ever had," he said, referring to the Cobb Couniy, or any other municipal- predicted that access to the new sta-
staditlm's nickname. ity, have the Braves referenced a $450 dium will be better than at Turner
The mayor said Atlanta had hoped million public investment," the team Field.
to keep the team in the city but could -said in a statement on the site. "Re- Derek Schiller, the team's executive rool es of the y
not afford to do so. He says the city ports of this'figure are erroneous." vice president of sales and market-
would have had to take on $150 mil- Mike Plant, the Braves executive ing, saidthe Cobb Marietta Coliseum The Associated Press Fernandez easily topped
lion to $250 million in debt to make vice president of business opera- and Exhibit Hall Authority will own runner-up Yasiel Puig f
the improvements the Braves wast- tions, said the team has not signed a the new stadium, with construction NEW YORK -Jose Fer- ,the Los Angeles Dodgers
ed at Turner Field. contract with CobbCounty, but he's scheduled to begin next summer. nandez arrived early. Wil as Cuban players ran 1-2
Reed's decision to let the Braves "100 percent certain it will happen." The team would be responsible for Myers made it big after a in the NL race. The only
walk came just a few months after Cobb County Commission Chair- any cost overruns, and Schiller said blockbuster trade. previous Rookie of the
the mayor faced tough criticism for man Tim Lee said the team is work- other financial details would be re- Neither one needed Year winners from Cuba
pushing through a plan to use at ing to finalize a memorandum of un- leased soon. much time to. create a came in the AL: Jose Can-
least $200 million in public mon- derstandingthatwoild be presented The Braves immediately launched splash, and together they seco in 1986 and Tony
ey to support a new NFL stadium to the full commission at its Nov. 26 a website that said the new stadium brought both Rookie of Oliva in 1964.
downtown.. While the city made a meeting. vwould be closer to the -geographic the Year awards, back to "It means a lot just to
high-profile effort to help secure a He declined to answer any ques- center of the team's fan base. Also, Florida. be compared to those
new $1.2 billion, retractable-roof tions about public financing or the Census data shows the team is mov- Fernandez stood out guys," Fernandez saide
stadium for the NFL's Falcons, talks $450 million figuie cited by Reed. ing to a much more:prosperous area, i a very deep National "'in not sure I was even
with the Braves quietly broke down The Braves had made it clear for with- a median household income League class this season, born when those guys
over the summer.. years they were not satisfied with. of about $61,000 and a poverty level and the precocious Mi- were playing. But for sure
The Braves unexpectedly an- Turner Field, located just pouth of of 8.6 percent, compared to $23,000 ami Marlins pitcer re- I heardthe names before.
nounced Monday they t are moving downtown near some of the city's and nearly 40 percent for the neigh- ceived 26 of 30 first-place .... All the kids n Cuba play
in 2017 to a new 42,000-seat, $672 poorest neighborhoods. The team borhood surrounding Turner Field. votes' from a Baseball baseball."
million stadium about 10 miles from frequently cited alack of neighbor- Turner Field opened as the 85,000- Writers' Association of Puigreceived the.other
downtown in suburban Cobb Coun- hood development, complaints seat main, stadium 'for the 1996 America panel in results four first-place votes and
ty, apparently swayed by a lucrative about the closest MARTA rapid-tran- Olympics. After the Olympics, the announced Monday. amassed 95 points to 142
financial package. sit station being about a mile away, stadium was renamed after former' Myers won the Ameri- for Fernandez, who made
Reedsai ondthe citycouldn't and the inability tosecure Braves wneTed T er, dwnsized ca Leagu prize after the the All-Star team at age
match Cobb County's offer of $450 parking spaces. to'about 50,000 seats .nd converted Tanpa Bay slugger' put 20. He went 12-6 with a
million in public support to the The site being considered in Cobb to a-baseball parkfor the 1997 sea- up impressive offensive 2.19 ERA and.187 strike-
Braves,' though county officials Cointy also lacks any rail service. son, replacing Atlanta-Fulton Coun- numbers in barely half a outs for a last-place club
wouldn't confirm that amount.- Reed said Tuesday he believes that ty Stadium across the street. 'season. The right fielder that finished 62-100.
* The Braves stressed on a team Cobb Countywill need some type of As Turner Field, the park hosted was chosen first on 23 of Fernandez was shut
website that the team and the couri- rail service at the new.stadium site the 1999 World"Series, 2000 Al-Star 30 ballots,. beating out down in September after
ty were still firializing how expenses to deal with traffic congestion. The game and four Nationali League Detroit shortstop Jose 172 2-3 innings to protect
for the stadium would be split. Braves say a system of buses will be championship series. Iglesias and Rays team- his precious arm. Still, his
SD o W H mate Chris Archer. debut season was so su-
"Honestly, when I was perb that he's one ofthree
IR'edx ag e t urn called up that didn't finalists for the NL Cy
Sfree agents turn down quai ng ofer even cross my miid. Young. Award though
a As the season went on I Dodgers ace Clayton Ker-
The Associated Press sioris, suic as whether there could see I would have a shaw is a heavy favorite.
should be any limitations chance," Myers said on a Fernandez already has
ORLANDO -Baseball's on bowling overcatchers. conference call from his one big prize, however,
annual gathering of gen- Owners then arrive -for North Carolina home. andhe hugged his mother
eral managers began Mon- their fall meeting on Thurs- "To be able to win is just and grandmother when
day when $14.1 iillion day morning, with expand- a hugehonor and I'm very he won.
in qualifying offers were ed instant replay on the excited about it." He came to the United
turned down by all 13 free agenda. The two announce- States by boat as a Cuban
agents who received them A baseball official famil- ments marked the be- refugee in 2008, appar-
from their former teams, a iar with the deliberations, ginning of awards week ently rescuing his momn
group that included Jacoby speaking to The Associated in baseballb NL and AL along the way. Drafted
Ellsbury, Mike Napoli and Press on condition of ano- Manager of the Year will 14th overall in 2011 out of
Stephen Drew of the World THEASSOCIATEDPRESS nymity, said management be revealed Tuesday, with high school in Tampa he
Series champion Boston Boston Red Sox Vice President/General Manager Ben probably would approve the Cy Young winners had never pitched above
Red Sox. Cherington responds to a reporter's question during media the additional video re- Wednesday and MVPs on Class Abefore this season.
Three New York Yankees availability at Fenway Parkin Boston on Nov. 4. view by umpires in phases. Thursday. Fernandez was ticketed
also said no thanks: Robin- Sox general manager Ben ing offers have said nodur- The go-ahead to spend the Myers became the third for Double-A Jakson-
son Cano, Curtis Grander- Cherington said. ing two offseasons under funds probably will occur. Tampa Bay player in six ville at the end of spring
son and Hiroki Kuroda. New York Mets GM San- the new system. Thursday. Approval of the years to be selected Rook- training when injuries
The others turing down dy Alderson interpreted\ "When we made the rules likely would be, put ie oftheYear, joiningJere- left two holes in Miami's
the offers were Atlanta's the turndowns as an in- qualifying offers,- we did off until the January own- my Hellicksof (2011) and rotation.
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Cleveland's Ubaldo Ji- "That ought to tell you a happy if any of them did,". condition of anonym- Myers and Archer smiled the roster, making him
menez, Kansas City's Ervin little bit about their expec- Yankees general manager ity because no statements and shook hands when the youngest pitcher on
Santana, St. Louis' Carlos tations,"hesaid. Brian Cashman said. were authorized. the winner was revealed a major league team on
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ATE JFOR RENT [2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. Lincoln 1991 Mercury Pracer: metallic blue, 44k
APArTMET F lI Hi EDi NO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month original miles, only driven in Dothan, mint cof'- Got a Clunker
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$395 other fum. rooms for $350 727-433-RENT 334-701-0010 andFarm Equip. at a
i2BR / 1.5BA at Millpond $495 rent + deposit Mercury 2005 Monterey Van: tan with tan inte- W' fair and honest price!
Has utility shed, screened in front porch rior, fully loaded, 74k miles, 2 owner, excellent $250leteCa
Cedar Creek Apartments 1BR/1BA $500 850-209-3970 shape, good gas mileage. Asking $8000 Call & I 71 C C
Appliances, lawn care & pest control included. 3/2 DW in Malone, CH/A No pets, 334-393-1440 CALL 3347146285
Must be 62 or older or disabled. Call,850-352- security negotable Section 8 ok. Nissan 2005 Altima 132,000 miles, black in color
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Accepting Applications for 1 and 2 BR apts. water, sewage No Pets or Smoking Ref. Reg. Nissan 2012 Versa Sedan, real nice car, great
Must meet income requirements. 1st & last $500. mo. 850-482-8333 gas mileage over 30 MPG, very well equipped,ear, make, model, we hhve
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SMobile Homes for Rent 2BR/1BA 334-791-8243. r y curent vehic
i roJ Located beween Grand Ridge & Sneads. Nissan 2013 Altima, low miles, full warranty, e
S Includes water, garbage & pest maint. Must Sell!! $200 down, $279 per month, call &
DUPLEXS TS Q 57303 Ron Ellis 334-714-0028. 9
$360. Toyota 2012 Corolla S, still under factory war-
3BR 1BA duplex in on Alabama Ave. $425.
mo. $400. Dep. 3/1 HOUSE $550. mo.$500. SmallQuiet Family Orlented Park 1,2&3BR ranty, great gas mileage, fully oaded, $300
Both in Grandridge 850-592-5571. lawn care.No Pets 850-592-1639 7918243.
No Toyota Sienna 2011 XLE 3.5L inside lift for'
SBrick 2/1 Duplex 3196 Diana Lane $575. RES ENTIAL Hoover round $6225. optional equip. + moon
and with carport & Storage $600. REAL ESTAT F SAE roof. 30K miles, $22,500. OBO 334-493-9930 LF160292
* Large Brick Home 3/2 with 10 acres, country Harley Davidson 2009 Sporster XL 1200C, red, JUDI COUNTY FLORIDA
1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna secluded area $160,000 $25,000 down & excellent condition 6300 miles, $7695.CIVIL ACTION DIVISION:
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own $700. mo. Owner Fin. Avail: 850-526-4283. 334-671-8671 or 334-791-0984. Lots of Extras. CASE NO.: 32-2009-CA-000903
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S2012 Nissan Pathfinder one owner, excellent COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING LP,
"Iases, /Int s :HAcondition, low mileage, super clean, $19, 950, Plaintiff,
applinces +Phone 334-796-5036
2005 Cobra Boat 16' -60 hp merc. anchor mates, Chevrolet 2006 Tahoe: burgundy, one owner,
3BR/1%BA House behind Arrowhead, CH/A, depth/fish finder, aerated live well, sump excellent condition, 3rd row seat, custom run- MICHAEL W. SPARKS, et al,
screened porch, W/D hookup, new appliances, pump, trolling mtr, stick steering, life jackets ning boards, extras, very clean,, 101k miles Defendant(s).
cabinets & flooring. Open garage. $700 Mo. + included. 334-794-3249 $1.1,900. Call 334-712-0692 or 334-618-9980 N
SAustin Tyler & Co NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Quality Homes & Apartments 2006 Forest River Wildwood LE Model #31QBSS Dodge Ram 1500 2007 SLT quad cab 4x2 HEMI Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure dated
n 850- 526-3355 or 31' Dry wt. 10280 lbs., 1 slide, 4 bunk beds, 5.7 V8 engine, anti theft, tilt steering, 27K October 16, 2013 and entered in Case No.
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" Booth dinette, Center kitchen & LR, Jackknife miles, very clean, power drivers seat, rear slid- 32-2009-CA-000903 of the Circuit Court of
Beautiful stsh newlremodeled brick home sofa, Front Q bed, Side aisle bath w/shower & ing window, bed liner, towing pack. Loaded. the FOURTEENTH Judicial Circuit in and for
ent, BR/lBA UI neihborhoo roof vent, Dbl. door Frig., Gas/Elec. water heat- $17,000. 334-475-6309. JACKSON County, Florida wherein BAC HOME
Nice size yard. Brick storage bldg on property. er mirowave, Gas stove top/oven & furnace, Ford 2010 F FX4 4-door, completely loaded, LOANS SERVICING, FKA COUNTRYWIDE
nth Duct A/C /Heat, AM/FM Stereo, Front & rear HOME LOANS SERVICING LP is the Plaintiff
$650/month. Call 850-573414&_________stabilizer jacks, $9,000.00 334-790-4612 excellent condition, 158K miles, $17,900 and MICHAEL W SPARKS; THERESA SPARKS;
stabilizer jacks, $9,000.00 334-790-4612 and MICHAEL W SPARKS; THERESA SPARKS;
In Indian Springs on Golf Course 3/3.5, his & .a a a334-791-3081. TENANT #1 N/K/A MICHAEL SPARKS are the
hers master bath, walk in closets, open floor GMC 1997 Sierra 2500 Defendants, The Clerk of the Court will sell to
plan, 2300 sq. ft. back yd. fenced, 9 f ceilings 128K miles on- new. the highest and best bidder for cash at
$1300. mo. avail. Jan. 1st. 850-271-5545. Ag E lengiene, exc. cond. black NORTH DOOR JACKSON COUNTY COURT-
|Nicely BAm 2003, 40 ft -& silver in color. NEW HOUSE, MARIANNA, FLORIDA
Nicely remodeled$95,000. tires cold air log at 11:00AM, on the 21st day of November,
S Efficient 3 BR, 2 BA Call for more info wheel base, runs great 2013, the following described property as
2-car garage. Laminate (775) 721-8359 & very clean Reduced To $3500. BO set forthin said Final Judgemnt:
hardwood flooring/vinyl Must Sale. 334-701-2596 located in Ozark
tile squares. Screened back BEGIN AT AN EXISTING IRON PIPE MARKING
porch. Fenced yard. Wall- T THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 2 OF
oven, ceramic-top range. MARGENE SUBDIVISION AS PER THE MAP OR
New refrigerator. Washer & dryer and 2nd AUOS S ALEf, GMC 2008 Savannah Cargo Van PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK A-4
refrigerator in garage. Less than 5 minutes Mileage 109,575. Can be seen at 208 Bic Road. PAGE 21 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF JACKSON
from Marianna FCI and Sunland. $775 deposit, Chevrolet 2002 Trailblazer: Call 334-792-7746 ask for Sylvia COUNTY, FLORIDA, THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DE-
credit/income verification, and references New design w/straight 4.2, GREES 47 MINUTES 16 SECOR DS EAST, ALONG
required. Call 850-212-4325 *6 cyl. eng w/DOC, 24V, I ',I I 230.0 FEET TO AN IRON ROD, THENCE DEPART-
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stainless steel appliances, separat party powerNew headlights, battery, wiper blad. SOUTH 89 DEGREES 47 MINUTES16 SECONDS
/aNADA $4500. Reduced to $3,995.671-3059. 9WEST 241:87 FEET TO AN IRON ROD ON THE
house. 1/2 acre of land with fruit and pecan NRavin WESTH241:87 FEET TO7ANTIRoN ROD ON THE
trees. $55,000. 850-263-4590 or 850-209-3474 Chevrolet 2012 Malibu, low miles, fully euipped, AUTO BODY & RECYCLING EASTERLY RIGHT*OF WAY LINE OF STATE ROAD
like new, $200 down, $259 per month, call Ron' PAYING O1OP DOLLAR FOR JUNK CARS 71, THENCE RUN NORTH 07 DEGREES 15 MI-
Lease/Option To Buy 3/2 hardwood floors, Ellis 334-714-0028. -Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 NUTES 00 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID EAST-
close to Riverside school. v# $0 Down/ist Payment, Chad's Used &
$875.m. 850-718-6541 Tax, Tag & Title Pass Salvage Cars LLC A/K/A 3772 HIGHWAY,71, MARIANNA, FL 32446
Repo pass bankruptcy PAYS TOP DOLLAR $$$ Any person claiming an interest in the surplus
I bout SLOW CREDIT OKrchase for you Junk Vehicals from the sale, if any, other than the property
SAk About $ 0. off at time of prch WE WILL COME AND HAUL 4 owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must
domi 0bil s in Condale. Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 Chad Gibson 334-684-8481 or 334-588-0047 file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale.
:// www a6spu. g ntrli sewninclu ed. Honda 2000 Odyssey: Runs perfect 3 year/3600 ------------- ------ -WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court
a- 2s- 7 mile warranty on transmission. $6,500. OBO u r s on October 29, 2013.
Dale R. Guthrie
&* 2 &3BR Mobile Homes I Hyundai 2011 Elantra touring 32,900 miles, RUnIiI ir not Clerk of the Circuit Court
850-209-8449.. ,- -... Clerk of the Circuit Court
in Maianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 Silver in color, great car like new. $11,000 3 794-57 o 4-791-414 By: Tammy Bailey
850-209-8449. MUST SELL -!!!- Deputy Clerk
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UMass holds on to beat LSU
The Associated Press

AMHERST, Mass. Chaz Wil-
Sliams knew he and his Massachu-
ar I. setts teammates had just survived-.
V a battle.
"It was very physical, very intense.
I First play of the game there was trash
: talking between both teams," the
UMass guard said after the Minute-
rd men downed eSU 92-90'Uesday.
iarginia Tech, guard BeO~ielogu and Virginia Tech fQrward m downedLSU 92-90Tuesday.
Christian Beier celebratiafter defeating West Virginia 87-82 "It was a real gritty game and we
in Blacksburg, Va.,on-Tuesday. had to pull up our shorts and lace
Sour sneakers and go out there .and
*0 play- and thinkwedid agood job
t Virginiaof that. n d a a
... .candidate for'Atiantic 10 player of .I
x the yeatr scord int b(riht vie for a l
git courtes of 1 snc 24 e tdee adnd big WLSU's Johnny O'Bryant III and Massachusetts' Cady Lalanne (right) vie for a loose
VAIi WIL i ap ,man Cady., ilfi;adqed cn all 16of ball in the first half of Tuesday's game in Amherst, Mass.
his points i the second -half, lead-
SThe AssociatePress answered, hitting two free ing the Minutemen to their second team we had." added 14 points and nine reboinds
S throws to push the lead to straight win to start the season- as UMass, picked to finish fourth in for UMass.
BLACKSBURG, Va. On 85-82 with 16.2 seconds LSU lost its opener.: the A-10, held LSU, tabbed fourth in LSU led only once -3-0 ir the
a day in which Virginia remaining. Coach Derek Kelloggwas clearly the SEC, without a field goal forover first meeting between the programs.
Tech athletics director Jim West Virginia (1-1) had a pleased with the 2-0 start, which five minutes down the stretch but The Tigers trailed by 10 in the first
Weaver announced his re- chance to tie the game, but came under rather unusual condi- -almost squandered an eight-point half, came back, fell behind by as
tirement effective at the Nathan Adrian's 3-pointer tions. The Mihutemen beat Boston lead in the final 63 seconds. many as 13 in the second and kept
end of the year, he received ~as short, and Virginia Tech- College in a. Sunday evening game Andre Stringer's steal and layup hanging in, right down until the
a rather sweet retirement freshman Devin Wilson (5:45 start) at TD Garden in Boston cut the Tigers' deficit to three with closing seconds.
gift courtesy of one of the got the rebound. Wilson and then had to come out and 21.6 seconds left. Sampson Carter Johnny O'Bryant, who sat out
Hokies' teams. made:two free throws with playat 11 a.m.Tuesday aspart-ofES- wound up icing the game by hitting much of the second half of the foul-
"It was a good day to give five seconds left o seal the PN's college basketball marathon. four free throws. filled game with four personals, led
him a victory over West game fr VirginiaTech. "I was a little apprehensive as to Williams started slowlyfor the LSU with 23 points, 11 rebounds
Virginia," Virginia Tech -"I thik this is a sign," how it was going to play out,' Kel-- "second straight game but. rallied and two blocked shots. Stringer had
coach James Johnson said: Johnson said. "We've got 'logg said. "This was a tough stretch, and had 17 points at the half. He 21 points and Jordan Mickey and
"That's a good retirementi to continue to get better. and Iwouldsaythis is about as good had nine assists, three rebounds Anthony Hickey added 16 points
present from the men's We've got some young guys as I could have imagined coming and only two turnovers, apiece- Mickey, in his freshman
basketball team." who can do some things, out of this -: not onlythat we're 2 Carter finished with 17 points and debut, grabbed 10 rebounds and
S:Fresihman Bn B Emelogu and we've got to continue 0 but I wanted tosee what kind of six rebounds and Raphiael Putney blocked five s hots.
scored a game-high 22 to hang in there. It's go-
points to lead the Hokies ing to be up and down for
past the Mountaineers 87- them, but at least we've got V nVt l s N it St as e ty
82 on Tuesday. multiple guys. If one guy VanViect oeade 16 Wichita S t W. Kentucky
Adam Smith added 19 is down, we've got some
points for the Iokies (1-1), guys who maybe can step The Associated Press. Caden Dickerson's 3-
who rallied fro a l7-point up. Tonight, we were able pointer pulled Western
deficit inthe first half and to get those three young WICHITA, Kan. Fred Kentucky to 5142 with,
avenged last season's 68- guys (Emelogu, Wilson VanVleet didn't have 8:44 to play, but Cotton
67 loss to West Virginia in and Smith, who is a red- enough energy to be too scored the next four points
Morgantown, W.Va. Smith shirt sophomore) in dou- excited after No. 16 Wich- for the Shockers to stem
scored seven of Virginia ble figures, and that was ita State's latest win. the tide.
Tech's last nine points, encouraging." VanVleet scored 17 "We had three or four
making several key plays Smith hit 7 of 12 from the points andKadeem Coleby defensive .breakdowvns
in the final minute. floor for the Hokies, who had 13 to lead the Shock- right out of the gate," Hill-
His three-point play with shot 45.6 percent from the. ers in a 66-49 victory over toppers coach Ray Harper
33.2 seconds to play gave floor (26 of 57), including Western Kentucky early said, "and it got away from
the Hokies an 83-79 lead.' 60.9 percent in the second Tuesday morning. us in the first five minutes.
West Virginia's Remi Dib3 half (14 of 23). He hit just 3 "It's pretty late," VanV- And we never recovered."
then hit a 3-pointer with of 10 from-the floor in Vir- leet said after the match- WesternKentucky;which-
23.7 seconds left to cut giniaTech's loss to USC Up- up that tipped at midnight- shot 7 for 30 in the second
the lead to one, but Smith state in its season opener. locally and finished at 2:09 half, didn't get within 10
a.m. "And it took a lot of Wichita State's Fred VanVleet goes up for a shot against points again.
mental and physical focus Western Kentucky during the first half of their game Tuesday Wedidn't defend aswell
Arkansas to build $25for this game." at Charles Koch Arena in Wichita, Kan. as they did," Hilltopper
Cleanthony Early fin- forward Aaron Adeoye
*l ished with 11 points just 30-28. to more of a ball-screen said, "They stayed disci-
basketball practice facilty and nine rebounds for ,"We were impatient, -offense, and it worked plined and we didn't.',
the Shockers (2-0) while itchy, off-kilter in our mo- well." TJ. Price and Aleksej
The Associated Press ketball operations for both Tekele Cotton added 10. tion offense in the 'first Wichita State scored the Rostov scored 12 points
the Razorbacks men's and points. Before the game, half," Marshall said. "So in first nine points of the sec- each to lead Western Ken-
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. women's teams. Wichita State unveiled the the second half, we went ond half to take control. tucky (0-1).
Arkansas has. announced Athletic director Jeff Long banner to commemorate
it will begin construction has talked extensively over its run to the Final Four
of a $25 million basket- the last year about the last season.
ball practice facility next school's need for a practice Shockers coach Gregg .L s A
month. facility, citing difficulties Marshall spent the long
The groundbreaking scheduling practice time day before the game put-
ceremony for the 65,000- in Bud Walton Arena and ting his team through two,
square-foot facility will be saying Arkansas is the only- walk-through and video
held on Dec. 7, and it is Southeastern Conference sessions. And much of
scheduled to open in the school without one. the preparation went, out
summer of 2015. It will Long Says the school is. the window at halftime,
hold the workout facilities, still in the process of rais- with the team shooting
offices and all' other bas- ing the money needed. 38.6 percent and leading

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