** WEDNESDAYPartly sunny 82 / 70TUESDAYMostly sunny 80 / 62TODAYMostly sunny 82 / 60 Panama City News Herald Want to subscribe? Call 850-747-5050 PANAMA CITY Monday, October 29, 2018 @The_News_Herald facebook.com/panamacitynewsherald75 Â¢ www.newsherald.com SPORTS | C1FSU BASKETBALL TEAM BOASTS DEPTH LOCAL | B1EARLY VOTING UNDERWAY AT SIX LOCATIONS PITTSBURGH MOURNS SHOOTING VICTIMSNATION | A4 By Eryn Dion747-5069 | @PCNHErynDion | email@example.comPANAMA CITY BEACH Â„ With more than 800 resi-dents still displaced and living in Red Cross shelters after Hurricane Michael and that number expected to grow, Bay District Schools is offer-ing Arnold High School as a long-term shelter.The move will consolidate the shelters currently set up at Surfside Middle School, Deane Bozeman School and Breakfast Point Academy. Arnold stu-dents will operate on a shared campus with Surfside Middle School, with high school students attending class from 7 a.m. to noon and middle school students attending class from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Â„ the same arrangement as middle and high schools on the east side of the Hathaway Bridge.Bay District Schools is offering Arnold as a shelter to the Red Cross until Dec. 31, but operations may cease prior to that date if the orga-nization can find long-term solutions for those shelter-ing there.Arnold teachers are asked to begin collecting their per-sonal items out of their rooms on Monday, with shelter operations beginning to move in to the building by Monday afternoon.Arnold to act as long-term shelter for displacedBy Zack McDonaldThe News HeraldMEXICO BEACH Â„ Reduced to little more than rubble and collapsed trees, infighting among officials along the forgotten coast in the wake of Hurricane Michael escalated to the point the sitting city manager attempted to fire the police chief.As the dust settles in the town of Mexico Beach from taking a direct hit from the most powerful storm to hit the Panhandle, numerous outsiders have descended to assist in the recovery effort. But in the immediate after-math, tensions ran high in City Hall.Mexico Beach Police Chief Andrew Kelly said the source of controversy was whether survivors should be removed from the decimated city as rebuilding efforts began. Kelly said, instead, he wanted food dis-tribution stations brought into Mexico Beach so that survivors could begin to piece together their lives. ÂTo the people of this town, salvaging a little league picture of their grandson means more than possessions,ÂŽ Kelly said. ÂI thought those people should stay and have food while they begin to put things back together. I made that decision and IÂd do it again.ÂŽTensions running high in Mexico BeachThe awning from the Mexico Beach Police and ESU Department in Mexico Beach on Friday, October 26, 2018. [JOSHUA BOUCHER/THE NEWS HERALD] Police Chief Anthony Kelly in Mexico Beach on Friday, October 26, 2018. [JOSHUA BOUCHER/THE NEWS HERALD] Parker Park in Mexico Beach is the temporary home of the cityÂs Â“ re and police departments on Friday, October 26, 2018. [JOSHUA BOUCHER/THE NEWS HERALD] By Eryn Dion @PCNHErynDion | firstname.lastname@example.orgPANAMA CITY Â„ The roof may be largely gone, the buildings full of water and the twisting canopy of live oaks that shaded the neighborhoodÂs quiet streets significantly thinner, but school will once again resume at Holy Nativity Episcopal School on Monday, though not at their beloved Cove school campus.The private school will begin classes a full week before some of the lesser damaged public schools open their doors, but Judy Hughes, principal of the pre-K through 8th grade institution, said she and her staff believe the early start is whatÂs best for the students and their parents.ÂItÂs best for the children, not only to have that routine again, but to see other chil-dren that have been through the same thing,ÂŽ Hughes said. ÂAnd the parents will see that too.ÂŽFor now, Hughes said stu-dents will be split between the Holy Nativity Episcopal Church on Bonita Avenue in Panama City and St. Thomas by the Sea Episcopal Church in Laguna Beach for families Holy Nativity students return to school MondayNation & World ..............A4 Viewpoints ....................A6 Local ..........................B1-6 Diversions ......................B7 TV Listings ....................C6 See ARNOLD, A2 See SCHOOL, A2See BEACH, A2
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JOE Â„ Of the many transformations wreaked by Hurricane MichaelÂs arrival Oct. 10, one is certainly the greet-ing, ÂHow you doing?ÂŽThose who experienced MichaelÂs wrath may never consider that question the same again; even 10, 20, 30, 40 years from now.And, in turn, those who stayed will also have stories, highly indi-vidual and yet remarkably alike, about the day, the date, the month and year Michael rowed ashore.There were the two women who jumped in a boat in a flooding Oak Grove and made it to 16th and Marvin where they found refuge.Or the family that swam in their nightclothes from a burning home to safety in a neighborÂs house.George Duren was about to eat a banana sandwich in the top floor of the Piggly Wiggly when he looked out a window overlooking the Port St. Joe Marina to see boats and water in rush down Marina Drive.There was the family on Garrison Ave. that watched as first one oak, then another oak, then a tall, proud pecan tree were transformed into a pile of pick-up sticks for giants, the uprooting pecan tree taking with it the foundation of the backyard shed.All who saw a Category 1 storm grow to just shy of a Category 5 within 48 hours, who didnÂt ponder evacuation until too late, have their individual stories, of the frightening winds, the roiling rising waters, the trees snapped as toothpicks, the tiles and debris rendered projectiles.Of driveways, roads blocked by downed trees, of streets and stormwater basins turned into raging rivers, of power lines strewn across roads and front lawns.ÂIt was a worst-case scenario,ÂŽ Marshall Nelson, county Emergency Management Director succinctly said.Those who stayed will also always possess the stories of the aftermath, of survival, of folks emerging and gazing around, comprehending the long, arduous road ahead, and yet still holding to the mantra of Âone day at a timeÂŽ and helping thy neighbor.Michael, as County Administrator Michael Hammond said, and its recovery will be with us for awhile.Hurricane Michael strikes with a vengeanceSimmons Bayou near PresnellÂs Marina [COURTESY OF DEBBIE HOOPER AT JOEBAY.COM] The move comes as the Red Cross has tried, and failed to find other options in the county, as all of the vacant big box stores have been damaged and are unsuit-able, according to the district. The Red Cross also expects the number of residents displaced to increase as tenants are evicted from condemned apartment buildings.FEMA has guaranteed Arnold will get full facil-ity back no later than January 1st, according to the release. The voluntary pre-kindergarten, also known as VPK, will still be operational and Arnold will retain full use of the gym building and athletic facilities throughout the duration of the shelter operation.The facility will have a kitchen, showers, laundry and transportation so residents can get their children to school or out to their properties, medical care and daycare facilities.Several schools have been used at Red Cross shelters, with the first, at Deane Bozeman School, opening two days before the storm as the evacuation orders were announced. Northside Elementary School then opened and was filled, along with Merritt Brown Middle School and Ruth-erford High School. In the days following the storm, Rutherford High School's shelter had to be evacuated after a generator started smoking, and the other shelters were closed and moved out on to the Beach. ARNOLDFrom Page A1families who are staying on the other side of the bridge. That arrangement, Hughes said, will last until the school gets a delivery of portable classrooms to their Cove school campus.ÂWe are eager for our portables to come,ÂŽ she said. ÂIt should be soon.ÂŽWhile their students have proven resilient, their building Â„ a pre-WW2 icon that has served as a schoolhouse since dirt roads wound through the city Â„ did not fare as well. From the outside, she said, the buildings looked fine, but inside the damage was cata-strophic and 18 days after the storm, water mitiga-tion teams are still trying to dry everything out and the buildings will need to be rebuilt Â„ though the school intends to keep their historic character.ÂI think that people that went there when it was Cove school, and even Holy Nativity alumni, get teary thinking about it,ÂŽ Hughes said. ÂThey saw it from the outside and thought it was okay, and then it dawns on you that itÂs not okay.ÂŽThe return of students will be split over two days, with 3k through 3rd grade returning Monday and 4th through 8th grade coming back Tuesday. Hughes said she expects much of the first day or so to be filled with chatter about the storm and what happened after, but students should settle in by the end of the week. Some teachers, she said, have plans to incor-porate the storm into their lessons, with first grade teachers having their students write thank-you letters to first responders and other grades writing about the storm through a childÂs perspective.ÂWe are trying to give them a chance to process it if they need to,ÂŽ she said. SCHOOLFrom Page A1Kelly said that the rift was specifically between himself and interim City Manager Tanya Castro, a former council member. Following the storm, Castro sought to close the borders to the town, Kelly said, and only allow in vetted utility workers and clean-up crews in order to prevent looting.When asked for a com-ment, Castro indicated that the performance of law enforcement prompted the need to call in reinforcements. She did not directly address the reasons for seeking to have the police chief fired.ÂProtecting our citizens and their property is our first goal and will always be the most important duty to our citizens,ÂŽ she wrote in an email. ÂIf I feel like weÂre not doing a good job, IÂm going to call in reinforcements. We are 100 percent focused on response and recovery right now, and we donÂt have a lot of time to deal with anything thatÂs not about rebuild-ing our infrastructure and our long-term recovery.ÂŽKelly said his decisions during and immediately after the storm also stoked tensions between some of the cityÂs law-makers and himself.Kelly said his eight officers knocked on more than 280 doors in the two days before Hurricane MichaelÂs landfall in the Panhandle. The morning of Oct. 10, he ordered his men to evac-uate as the historically unprecedented storm set sights directly on the small beach town. After contacting the almost 40 people choosing the remain, Kelly followed behind and fled as Hurri-cane Michael bore down on Mexico Beach.ÂWe gave the people permanent markers to write their name and social security number on their arms for identification,ÂŽ Kelly said Friday and noted the decision to evacuate came out of concern for his officersÂ safety. ÂThis city did not have a building structurally sound to withstand that storm. ThatÂs why we held out until the last minute.ÂŽStanding among strewn helmets, boots and oxygen tanks of the nearby fire department, Kelly pointed at the former police department Â„ a trailer. It had been manhandled by the 155 mph winds of Hurri-cane Michael, thrown off its foundation and had its windows busted out. The storm surge had washed a Mini Cooper up along the backside of the facil-ity from some residence yet to be determined.Kelly said all first responders left the town and agreed to meet back in what was left about five hours after the storm passed to begun search and rescue. He contacted he Bay County SheriffÂs Office to let them know his officers would return after the storm, Kelly said.One of his officers, Kelly said, walked from Callaway back to Mexico Beach with a chainsaw and began search and recovery efforts, finding three of the people who stayed behind dead in their homes.A couple days later, Kelly made his way back to account for his men, whoÂd been conducting foot patrols and operating the police station from a picnic table. By that time, BCSO and other outside law enforcement agencies had joined the Mexico Beach officers, so Kelly gave his men two days off, he said.ÂMy officers come first,ÂŽ Kelly said. ÂAfter all they had been through, I decided to give them time to take take care of themselves.ÂŽAs they left Mexico Beach, some officers took patrol cars in hopes of keeping them from being damaged. Four were lost to the storm, including one in Lynn Haven a tree fell on.As of Friday, the police department and fire department were operating out a trailer on a vacant lot. Cots filled the small interior for officers to rest.Kelly said other agencies have donated uniforms and the Florida Highway Patrol contrib-uted with patrol cars. However, the future of both agencies is murky with about 95 percent of the tax base destroyed in the storm.Mayor Al Cathey said the city only had about $1 million dollars in reserves to pay salaries. Even before the storm, the city had been trying to get Bay County to absorb the cost of the fire department. The county declined because Mexico Beach would downgrade their rating and eventually cost county residents more for insurance.ÂWhen the dust set-tles, weÂre going to have to take a hard look at our financial situation,ÂŽ Cathey said. ÂWe need emergency personnel, but we need to address how weÂre going to pay for those jobs. We canÂt close up shop, though. The spirit of this tiny town is strong.ÂŽOne outside disaster recovery firm, Atkins Engineering, has come to the city to expedite recovery. They have arranged for the Army Corps of Engineers to dredge the canal, the Florida Department of Transportation to lead the debris removal and will be vetting volunteers and contractors once the removal phase is complete and the recovery phase begins in the coming days.Kelly said he, too, hopes the police depart-ment remains under the cityÂs control. He said they will be starting from scratch.ÂThis town is resilient,ÂŽ Kelly said. ÂIÂm sure the city administration will maintain the integrity of our department. This is a close community. We live here, and we know everybody we come in contact with. It would be a shame if we lost our police force to this storm.ÂŽ BEACHFrom Page A1A building with places to live is being fed dehumidiÂ“ ed air and being repaired in Mexico Beach on Friday, October 26, 2018. [JOSHUA BOUCHER/THE NEWS HERALD]
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** A4 Monday, October 29, 2018 | The News HeraldTesting has started in Venezuela, a country known for censorshipBy Scott SmithThe Associated PressCARACAS, Venezuela Â„ Google has unveiled a tool meant to help fight press censorship around the world, testing it first in Venezuela, where journalists say theyÂre battling a government bent on burying online stories that expose corruption and human rights abuses.News junkies in Venezuela clicking on links to independent websites have been frustrated in recent years by messages on their screens saying the pages donÂt exist Â„ a problem most blame on government moves to block access to critical information.ÂItÂs very hard to get news to the people,ÂŽ said Melanio Escobar, a Venezuelan journal-ist and social activist who tested the Intra app on GoogleÂs behalf before it was launched this month. ÂWe promote this and other tools, but itÂs not easy.ÂŽ The government controls the internet as owner of CANTV, the largest internet service provider with more than 2.5 million customers, and Escobar said smaller, private providers follow its directives to stay in business.The Press and Society Institute of Venezuela, a press freedom group, says that news websites critical of the govern-ment have been increasingly targeted since 2014. A four-day test trying to access 53 websites hundreds of times each day in August found roughly half were blocked, according to researchers. VenezuelaÂs com-munications ministry didnÂt respond to a request for comment by The Associated Press for this story.The Android-only app Intra is designed to frustrate that tactic by connecting usersÂ phones directly to Google serv-ers that access the domain name system Â„ a kind of phone book of the internet. That bypasses any blocks set up by local inter-net providers, making it harder for governments or other inter-lopers to deny access certain websites.The once-wealthy oil nation is plummeting into a deepening political and economic crisis under two decades of socialist rule and President Nicolas MaduroÂs government has increasingly squeezed or shut down opposition media he often accuses of taking cues from the U.S. and other foreigners con-spiring to overthrow him.Venezuelan journalists work under the threat of jail or crush-ing lawsuits, driving several abroad fearing for their personal safety. A pro-government con-stitutional assembly created last year to bypass the opposition-controlled congress has passed a law decreeing up to 20 years in prison for publishing mate-rial deemed hateful.Jared Cohen, founder and CEO of Jigsaw, a unit of a GoogleÂs parent company, said his team created the app out of an ongoing conversation with journalists and tech-savvy Venezuelans over obstacles they confront disseminating their work. Intra launched worldwide on Oct. 3 after a test run over several months in Venezuela.Cohen, a former U.S. diplomat who advised both Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton on free-dom of expression issues in their tenures as secretary of state, said he and his team of engineers saw opportunity for its use around the world.ÂWe didnÂt build Intra for Venezuela,ÂŽ Cohen said. ÂBut the insights came from our work with Venezuelan journalists.ÂŽThe countryÂs last-remaining opposition newspaper, El Nacional, has also been frequently blocked as has CNNÂs Spanish-language affiliate.ÂOur investigative journalism and reporting contains elements that, as we see it, put the gov-ernment in very uncomfortable situations,ÂŽ said Cesar Batiz, news director of El Pitazo.Batiz said he first tried confus-ing the censors by switching up domains: using elpitazo.info and even elpitazo.ml Â„ an internet code for the African country of Mali Â„ as well as elpitazo.com.The website took a big hit, however, following a report in September 2017 accusing social-ist party boss Diosdado Cabello of using his cousins as fronts for illicit business.The websiteÂs 70,000 daily page visits plummeted the next day to 11,000, Batiz said.Google app takes a swipe at press censorsBy Matthew Lee and Susannah GeorgeThe Associated PressWASHINGTON Â„ A battle is brewing between the Trump administration and some of the presidentÂs biggest supporters in Congress who are concerned that sanctions to be re-imposed on Iran early next month wonÂt be tough enough.As President Donald Trump prepares to reimpose a second batch of Iran sanctions that had been eased under the 2015 nuclear deal, conservative lawmak-ers and outside advisers have become worried that the administration may break a promise to exert Âmaximum pressureÂŽ on Iran. They are angered by suggestions that measures to be announced Nov. 5 wonÂt include a pro-vision cutting Iran off from a key component of the global financial system.The self-described Iran hawks are concerned enough that they have drafted legis-lation that would require the administration to demand that Iran be suspended from the international bank transfer system known as SWIFT.ÂThe president asked for maximum pressure, not semi-maximum pressure,ÂŽ said Richard Goldberg, a former aide to a Republican senator and senior adviser to the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, a group that supports punishing Iran with sanctions. ÂMaximum pressure includes disconnecting Iranian banks from SWIFT.ÂŽTrump pledged Thursday to do whatever it takes to pressure Iran to halt what he refers to as its Âmalign conductÂŽ such as nuclear and missile development and support for terrorism and groups that destabilize the Middle East.ÂOn Nov. 5th, all U.S. sanctions against Iran lifted by the nuclear deal will be back in full force,ÂŽ he told a gathering at the White House to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the 1983 attack on the Marine Corps barracks in Beirut, Lebanon, which is blamed on Iranian-backed extrem-ists. ÂAnd they will be followed up with even more sanctions to address the full range of IranÂs malign con-duct. We will not allow the worldÂs leading sponsor of terror to develop the worldÂs deadliest weapons. Will not happen.ÂŽThe Nov. 5 sanctions cover IranÂs banking and energy sectors and will rein-state penalties for countries and companies in Europe, Asia and elsewhere that do not halt Iranian oil imports. They could also include measures to force Iran out of SWIFT.Despite TrumpÂs tough stance, the hawks are wor-ried about recent comments from Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin and his staff that suggest Iran will be able to stay connected to SWIFT.Some argue TrumpÂs Iran sanctions too weak NATION & WORLDBy Mark Scolforo, Allen G. Breed and Claudia LauerThe Associated PressPITTSBURGH Â„ The suspect in the mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue expressed hatred of Jews during the rampage and told officers afterward that Jews were committing genocide and he wanted them all to die, according to charging docu-ments made public Sunday.Robert Gregory Bowers killed eight men and three women inside the Tree of Life Synagogue on Saturday during worship services before a tactical police team tracked him down and shot him, police said in an affidavit, which contained some unreported details on the shooting and the police response.Officials released the names of all 11 victims during a news conference Sunday, all of them middle-aged or elderly. The victims included a pair of brothers and a husband and wife. The oldest was 97.Mayor Bill Peduto called it the "darkest day of Pitts-burgh's history."Calls began coming in to 911 from the synagogue just before 10 a.m. Saturday, reporting "they were being attacked," court documents said. Bowers, 46, shot one of the first two officers to respond in the hand, and the other was wounded by "shrapnel and broken glass."A tactical team found Bowers on the third floor, where he shot two officers multiple times, the affidavit said. One officer was described as critically wounded; the document did not describe the other offi-cer's condition.Two other people in the synagogue, a man and a woman, were wounded by Bowers and were in stable condition, the document said.Bowers, who was armed with an AR-15 rifle and three handguns and used all four weapons in the attack, told an officer while he was being treated for his injuries "that he wanted all Jews to die and also that they (Jews) were commit-ting genocide to his people," the affidavit said.Bowers was charged late Saturday with 11 state counts of criminal homicide, six counts of aggravated assault and 13 counts of ethnic intimidation in what the leader of the Anti-Defamation League called the deadliest attack on Jews in U.S. history.Bowers was also charged Saturday in a 29-count federal criminal complaint that included charges of obstruct-ing the free exercise of religious beliefs Â„ a federal hate crime Â„ and using a firearm to commit murder. U.S. Attor-ney General Jeff Sessions said the charges "could lead to the death penalty."It wasn't clear whether Bowers had an attorney to speak on his behalf.The victims included Melvin Wax, who was always one of the first to arrive at synagogue and among the last to leave. "He and I used to, at the end of services, try to tell a joke or two to each other," said Myron Snider, a fellow member of New Light Congregation, which rented space in the base-ment of Tree of Life. "Most of the time they were clean jokes. Most of the time. I won't say all the time. But most of the time."Snider said "Mel," a retired accountant in his late 80s, was unfailingly generous and a "sweet, sweet guy."The nation's latest mass shooting drew condemnation and expressions of sympathy from politicians and religious leaders of all stripes. With the midterm election just over a week away, it also reignited a longstanding and bitter debate over guns.Pope Francis led prayers for Pittsburgh on Sunday in St. Peter's Square."In reality, all of us are wounded by this inhuman act of violence," he said. He prayed for God "to help us to extinguish the flames of hatred that develop in our societies, reinforcing the sense of humanity, respect for life and civil and moral values."German Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman quoted Merkel on Twitter as offering her condolences and saying that "all of us must confront anti-Semitism with determi-nation Â„ everywhere."German President FrankWalter Steinmeier wrote in a condolence message to Presi-dent Donald Trump that "this abhorrent crime reminds us all to do what is in our power to advocate against hatred and violence, against antiSemitism and exclusion, and to counter with determination those who incite them."Trump on Saturday said the outcome might have been dif-ferent if the synagogue "had some kind of protection" from an armed guard, while Pennsylvania's Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf, up for re-election, noted that once again "danger-ous weapons are putting our citizens in harm's way." Calling the shooting an "evil anti-Semitic attack," Trump ordered flags at federal build-ings throughout the U.S. to be flown at half-staff in respect for the victims. He said he planned to travel to Pittsburgh, but offered no details.In the city, thous ands gath-ered for a vigil Saturday night. Some blamed the slaughter on the nation's political climate."When you spew hate speech, people act on it. Very simple. And this is the result. A lot of people dead. Sense-lessly," said Stephen Cohen, co-president of New Light Congregation, which rents space at Tree of Life.Police: Synagogue gunman said he wanted all Jews to dieIsabel Kinnane Smith of Allderdice is comforted by Lesley Britton, a math teacher at the school, at a vigil blocks from where an active shooter shot multiple people at Tree of Life Congregation synagogue on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018, in the Squirrel Hill section of Pittsburgh. [STEPHANIE STRASBURG/PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE VIA AP]
** The News Herald | Monday, October 29, 2018 A5By Catherine LuceyThe Associated PressWASHINGTON Â„ He talked tax cuts last weekend, opioid addiction on Wednes-day, drug prices on Thursday and immigration every day of the week. In the lead-up to the midterm elections, Presi-dent Donald Trump has gone full policy wonk.Trump is promoting a grab bag of new proposals as evidence of campaign prom-ises kept while Democrats question the timing of the policy flurry so close to the elections.Trump, who has been talk-ing about the need to cut prescription drug prices since his presidential campaign, said of the plan he unveiled this past week, ÂweÂre doing things that nobody was ... bold enough to do.ÂŽFacing an election that could profoundly change his presidency, TrumpÂs uptick in policy activity underscored the aggressive effort the White House is making as Republicans try to stave off Democratic gains. The White House says all the policies have been in the works or are driven by outside forces, but aides acknowledge that the moves also provide an opportunity to connect with voters on key issues like health care and border security.Democrats argued Trump was simply playing politics.After Trump rolled out the drug plan, Sen. Ron Wyden said in a statement that the ÂTrump administration has concocted a dog-and-pony show to trick the American people into thinking they are taking real action to lower drug prices.ÂŽ House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi added: ÂIt is hard to take President Trump seriously on prescrip-tion drug prices with this proposal just 12 days from the election.ÂŽWhite House political director Bill Stepien pushed back on such criticism, saying Trump has pursued Âan aggressive policy agenda on behalf of the American people and heÂs not slowing down. The results are evident: Good policy is good politics.ÂŽOn Friday, Trump expressed frustration that he hadnÂt gotten more plau-dits for the drug plan, which he hailed as a Ârevolutionary change.ÂŽ At a White House event, he complained that the plan wasnÂt treated accordingly, saying: ÂIt didnÂt get the kind of coverage it should have.ÂŽ The president said the plan had been overshad-owed by all the focus on the pipe-bomb scare but with the apprehension of a suspect, Âmaybe that can start to disappear rapidly because we donÂt like those stories.ÂŽ At times, the president has clearly gotten carried away, or advanced policy ideas with limited impact.Trump said last weekend that he hoped to move forward with a new tax-cut plan Âsometime aroundÂŽ or before Nov. 1. But Congress is out of session as lawmakers campaign for the Nov. 6 elections and the presidentÂs plan for a new middle-income cut of about 10 percent has yet to be fleshed out. Rep. Kevin Brady told CNBC on Friday that lawmakers had been working with the White House Âfor several monthsÂŽ on a plan, which he said would be advanced next year if the GOP can hold the House and Senate.TrumpÂs predecessor, Barack Obama, mocked the presidentÂs tax push in a cam-paign appearance Friday on behalf of Democrats, saying, ÂCongress isnÂt even in ses-sion. He just makes it up.ÂŽTrump pitches policy in nal midterm messageBy Kyle StockBloombergLike many diligent public servants, Georgia State Rep. Ed Setzler enjoys crowing about a nice, tidy highway project. In a Sept. 8 Facebook video, the Republican appeared to be doing just that from behind the wheel of a car. This was less than three months after the state overwhelmingly passed a ban on handheld phone use in cars-legislation that Setzler loudly opposed.The optics werenÂt good. The video (since removed) triggered a din of outrage, mostly from parents whose children were killed by distracted drivers. Setzler declined to discuss the video.As regulators, technology companies and even the most conscientious road warriors struggle with the universal urge to tap out a text or tally ÂlikesÂŽ in slow-moving traffic, state and local policymakers are finally homing in on a strat-egy that works: deep and nuanced legislation, robust publicity campaigns and steep penalties-topped off with a hefty dose of grief for those already lost.In Georgia, as with much of the U.S., traffic fatalities have spiked in recent years. State Rep. John Carson, who sponsored the Georgia legislation, whipped up enough votes with some simple math. Reducing the stateÂs traffic fatalities by 20 percent would save 260 lives a year, the Republican reasoned. ÂThatÂs a high-school class,ÂŽ Carson said before a critical vote in March.When Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, also a Repub-lican, finally signed the bill into law July 1, he broke down and took a moment to gather himself. ÂThis leg-islation is GeorgiaÂs way of saying today is the day that we say Âno more.ÂÂŽRhode Island and Oregon passed similar hands-free mandates months earlier. Though federal accident tal-lies have yet to be released, thereÂs some evidence these laws are working. TrueMotion, a Massachusetts-based company that monitors mobile-phone use for insurance companies, said levels of distraction in Rhode Island and Georgia dropped by 19 percent in the month after each law took effect. Georgia, one of the worst offenders when it comes to smartphone use at the wheel, saw a 22 percent reduction in texting and app use during the first month of its law.The results have been clear. Traffic fatalities in the state declined by 14 percent this year through September. ÂWeÂre cautiously optimistic,ÂŽ said Capt. Derick Durden, a Georgia state trooper. ÂThe law has teeth Âƒ and the compassion period is over; weÂre going to be aggressively enforcing it now.ÂŽThe prospect of higher insurance rates has also helped buttress such laws. TrueMotion is now monitoring drivers for eight of the top 20 U.S. underwriters, including Nationwide Mutual Insurance and MetLife. Hanover Insurance Group, its newest client, is giving its teenage customers Amazon.com gift cards for staying off the phone while driving.A distracted driving crackdown is comingPresident Donald Trump speaks to the media at Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base on Saturday before t raveling to Indianapolis to speak at the 91st Annual Future Farmers of America Convention and Expo. [ANDREW HARNIK/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS]
** A6 Monday, October 29, 2018 | The News HeraldWRITE TO US: Letters should not exceed 300 words and include the writerÂs name, address and phone number for veriÂ“ cation. Letters may be edited for clarity and brevity. Guest columns of up to 600 words may be submitted as well. Write: Letters to the editor, The News Herald, 501 W. 11th St., Panama City, FL 32401 Email: email@example.com To Verizon, what happened" to the "3 Free Months?" Was this just some of scam to pacify the governor/attorney general of Florida; regardless of the consequences to the thousands of people who could not reach our loved ones, or contact help while we were being terrorized by the 3rd LARGEST Hurricane in history to hit the United States! I am appalled and flabbergasted that the "nationÂs largest 4G wireless network" would stoop to the levels of dishonesty and "psychological operations" to appease Governor Scott and the thousands of people who are still homeless, hungry and emotionally devastated by the horrific, heart wrenching destruction left by Hurricane Michael! This is just one example of the many companies, who Âoffer assistanceÂŽ while the cameras from every major news channel in the country are rolling. Yet, when the wind settles and journalists have gone and the focus of the news is elsewhere, ÂweÂŽ, the residents of the Panhandle of Florida, are left to pick of the pieces of our lives, as we remain the Âforgotten peopleÂŽ of the state of Florida.Linda Howell, Lynn HavenLETTERS TO THE EDITOROut of 476 FEMA voucher hotel options for Hurricane Michael evacuees, only one is in Panama City Beach. Kim Davis Morris: "I think if a hotel is refusing to accept those with vouchers, they should lose all future eligibility for FEMA help if they ever receive damages from a natural disaster." Kelly Womble Christian: "Kim Davis Morris, I own a condo on the beach. FEMA denied my application to accept vouchers because the hoa will not oversee payments. The Hoa denied FEMA vouchers because several people at Grand dest royed the units and FEMA would not pay for repairs. It is more than not wanting to help. The HOA shut the owners down." Kim Davis Morris: "Thank you for trying to help! I am sure their were many like you trying to help. I just get so upset at the hotels that are not individually owned units not accepting folks. I just keep seeing post after post if people getting turned away or someone trying to charge them thousands a month for a room. It makes me feel helpless and wishing I had rentals to give them. Again, thank you for trying to help!" Lisa Moore: "Everyone that thinks this is a shame or bad from the hotels etc I say open your homes, take in a few families and wait for your FEMA vouchers! I know I had to rely on friends/family!" Sarah Elizabeth Bennett Shelley: "I hate that there isnÂt someplace closer but this town was built off of tourism. Without the visitors coming in it wouldnÂt take long for the rest of us to be homeless and jobless." Elizabeth Moore: "I'm sure these people are very appreciative of the hotel they're at!! It may not be the best there is but it's better than being homeless!!! At least the owners/workers are making an attempt to help these people out with the hot meals etc.God Bless Sun-N-Sand Motel for making the effort and giving people a place to stay!!"SQUALL LINE ANOTHER VIEWIt is chilling to see packages made to look like pipe bombs mailed to leading Democrats and critics of President Donald Trump. Thank God none of them went off. It was good news that federal agents very quickly tracked down a suspect and made an arrest Friday. If convicted, he should be severely punished. The use of terror, violence and physical intimidation as political weapons must be out of bounds in America. Democrats and Republicans alike should stand up against anyone who would take us down that path. The glory of the American political system has long been that we decide questions of power and policy peacefully. Under our traditions, losing parties have accepted the results of elections, graciously conceding and permitting the winning party to establish a government. When power changed hands again, the losing party extended the same courtesy. That tradition is fraying. On the day of the inauguration of Republican President Donald Trump, riots erupted in Washington. Many Democrats refused to participate in the inaugural ceremony, citing Mr. TrumpÂs bad behavior. Earlier, celebrity activists sought to overturn the election, pleading with the Electoral College to defy the will of the voters. Others are now advocating doing away with the Electoral College, packing the Supreme Court, impeaching the president to prevent him from serving out his term, or smashing the current structure of the Senate, which empowers smaller states, as the means to get their way politically. In recent weeks, we have seen a Democratic political leader urge citizens to Âget in the faceÂŽ of Republicans and assail them at restaurants and other venues. The extremist Antifa group has taken to assailing citizens and damaging their vehicles, as well as rioting to prevent conservatives from speaking on college campuses. Even Hillary Clinton seemed to defend incivility. ÂYou cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about,ÂŽ she said. If Democrats win back the House or the Senate, ÂthatÂs when civility can start again. But until then, the only thing that the Republicans seem to recognize and respect is strength.ÂŽ President Trump, meanwhile, despicably joked about a politicianÂs assaulting a journalist. Tearing apart our wonderful country is not the answer. Strong disagreements are what America is all about. But violence is wrong. Lest we forget, the greatest tragedy in American history Â„ the Civil War Â„ resulted from the refusal of zealots to accept the fair election of Republican Abraham Lincoln, albeit without a majority of the votes, to the presidency in 1860. Three quarters of a million Americans died before Lincoln re-established the primacy of elections to settle our differences. We call on both parties to cease promoting physical confrontation and violence. Violence can only further harm our great nation. This editorial first appeared in the Providence Journal Review, a News Herald sister paper with GateHouse Media. Violence is not the answer Ideally, elections are about ideas. In our dark times of money-soaked, bitterly negative campaigns, however, policy discussions are being shoved aside by raw partisanship and vitriol. This not only means that good ideas are ignored, but also that downright bad ideas can become public policy without the public knowing it. For example, one idea floating around would snuff out your Constitutional right to free speech and assembly by putting an exorbitant fee on public protests in our nation's Capital City. In other words, you'd still be "free" to rally for or against any issue or policy Â„ but not for free! Believe it or not, this is an actual proposal by the Trump Team. Apparently, they're offended by all the mass demonstrations against their policies on women, immigrant children, climate change, union busting, voter suppression, Putin, the Supreme Court, etc. So they want to make each protesting group pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to the government for policing and other costs associated with guaranteeing the right of Americans to rally together and speak out about public policies. Corporations and billionaires would have no problem paying, but regular people and grassroots groups would be priced off the public lawn. Such historic protests as Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1963 march and his "I Have a Dream" speech couldn't have happened under Trump's pay-me plan. I'm guessing that some 90 percent of Americans Â„ Republican, Democrats and otherwise Â„ would shout "NO!" to this repression of a fundamental civic right. But I'd also bet that not a single congressional candidate has even mentioned it to voters in this year's elections. Worse, it's likely that most lawmakers are not even aware of it. And if you're wondering where Congress' next truly bad idea will come from, keep tabs on a secretive far-right-wing group called ALEC. The American Legislative Exchange Council caters t an exclusive corporate clientele. The Koch brothers, AT&T, ExxonMobil, Pfizer, UPS and other giants pay ALEC to arrange private rendezvous between them and Republican state lawmakers who are ... well, on the make. In exchange for promising to sponsor special-interest bills for the corporate johns, ALEC's bawdyhouse of state legislators gains corporate sugar daddies to fund their future campaigns. Now comes ALEC pushing a very bad proposition that is an absolute corporate fantasy, for it would remove the people's power to elect our United States senators, letting state legislators choose them instead. We don't know which corporate powers are embracing this regressive, anti-democratic idea, because ALEC promises favor-seeking corporations that it will hide their identities. This maneuver to take power from the people and turn it over to for-hire legislators would return America to the days of outright auctioning off senate seats. Until the people passed the 17th Amendment in 1913, senators were named in backroom deals between corporate bribers and crooked lawmakers. ALEC's draft proposal is bluntly succinct: "The 17th article of amendment ... is hereby repealed." This idea of ripping off the people's democratic power is being touted by such intellectual giants as Rick Perry, the corrupt former governor of Texas who's now turning tricks for energy conglomerates as Trump's energy secretary. Perry wails that the 1913 law letting the public elect senators "took the states out of the process." So now Rick and other corporate supremacists want to take the people out of the electoral process so the state can control it Â„ the corporate state, that is.Far-right proposing bad policy Tim Thompson | Publisher Will Glover | Managing Editor Mike Cazalas | Editor PANAMA CITY VIEWPOINTS Jim Hightower
** The News Herald | Monday, October 29, 2018 A7 ByLaurenSchwahnNerdWallet.comBlackFridaycompetitionseemsto getÂ“ercereachyear.Practicallyevery retailerhasanenticingsale,whichcan makechoosingwheretoshopdifÂ“cult. Departmentstoresarepopular choices.Infact,theywerethetop shoppingdestinationsoverThanksgivingweekendin2017,accordingtoa NationalRetailFederationsurvey.But ifyouneglectothertypesofretailers, youcouldmissoutonbigsavingsora betterholidayshoppingexperience. 1.BIG-BOXSTORES Target,WalmartandBestBuyare idealforÂtheheavybargainshopper,ÂŽ saysAnaSeraÂ“nSmith,seniordirector ofmediarelationsfortheNRF.Big-box storesofferampledoorbustersand dealsÂ„includingTVs,gamingsystems, kitchenappliancesandAppleproducts atsomeofthelowestpriceseveryyear. Theyoftenthrowingiftcards,too. Lastyear,theseretailersofferedmost dealsonlineaswellasinstore.Another advantage,Smithsays,isthatbig-box storestendtohavemoreinventorythan departmentstores. 2.ONLINE-ONLYRETAILERS Shoppingonlineboastsafewadvantages:ItÂsquickandconvenient,and youÂreguaranteedtoavoidstorechaos. Lastyear,Amazonreleasednew discountsdailythroughoutBlackFriday week.Expectasimilarsetupthisyear, withbigsavingsonAmazondevices. 3.DRUGSTORES PharmacieslikeWalgreens,CVSand RiteAidhaveBlackFridaybargains,too. YouÂrenotlikelytoÂ“ndbig-ticketitems, butyouÂrealsolesslikelytoencounter massivelines.Thebestdealsusually includehouseholdgoods,giftwrapping suppliesandstockingstuffersliketoys, snacksandbeautyproducts. Atmostdrugstores,youÂllneeda membershiptotakeadvantageofBlack Fridayprices.However,loyaltyprogramsarefreeandeasytojoin. 4.WHOLESALECLUBS Membershipwarehousesstandoutfor homeelectronics.YoucanÂ“ndcompetitiveTV,camera,laptop,vacuumcleaner andcellphonedeals,amongothers. 5.OFFICESUPPLYSTORES Inpastyears,ofÂ“cesupplystores includingStaples,OfÂ“ceDepotand OfÂ“ceMaxhavedeeplydiscountedelectronics,furnitureandmore. 6.SPORTINGGOODSSTORES BlackFridaymarkdownsatDickÂs SportingGoods,BassProShopsand othersportinggoodsretailersoften rivalthoseatbig-boxstores,especially ifyouÂrelookingtosavemoneyonactivitytrackers,outdoorgearandapparel. 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Skip:Bedding Thelowestpricesonbeddingand linenshavebeenknowntoappear inJanuaryduringwhatarecalled Âwhitesales.ÂŽDiscountsatthis timecanhit70percent.January 2018whitesalestookplaceat retailerssuchasOverstock,Pottery BarnandSears.Buy:Videogames, CDs,DVDsIfyouÂreinneedofsomeaffordable stockingstuffers,looknofurther thanthevideogame,CD,DVDand Blu-raydepartmentatmostmajor retailersthisBlackFriday.YouÂll Â“ndÂ“lmsandgamingtitlesdeeply discountedfromtheiroriginal prices.In2017,Walmarthadselect DVDtitlesfor$1.96apiece. Skip:Outdoor essentials IfyoudidnÂtpickuptheseproducts atthecloseofthissummer,wait untilLaborDaysalesrollaround nextyear.CanÂtwaituntilthen? AnotheroptionistheSpringBlack FridaySalethatHomeDepotand LoweÂsusuallyholdaroundlate March/earlyApril.Buy:Home appliancesBlackFridayiswell-knownforits offersofhugesavingsonwashers, dryers,refrigeratorsandmajor kitchenappliances.Lastyear, J.C.Penneytookupto40percent offselectmajorappliances.Best Buy,too,offeredupto40percent offandgaveawayaSamsung Powerbotvacuumand$100Best Buygiftcardwithqualifying appliancepurchases.Forsmaller appliancessuchascoffeemakers, mixers,blendersorvacuum cleaners,expectdealsthisyear fromdepartmentstoressuchas KohlÂsandMacyÂs. Skip:Winter clothing Fallandwinterclothinggenerally isnÂtthebestvalueonBlack Friday.However,yearafteryear, departmentstoreshaveoffered doorbusterdealsonwomenÂs boots.Buy:TraveldealsWhetheritÂshotelrooms,skilift ticketsorairfare,youcanexpect bargainsont ravel thisBlackFriday andCyberMonday(Nov.26).Check fordealsfromonlinet ravel sites andmajorairlines.Inthepast, mostofthesepromotionswere availableforaverylimitedtime. 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** The News Herald | Monday, October 29, 2018 B1 LOCAL & STATE ON THE WATER | B3STATE PARK BACK OPEN, BUT NOT UNSCATHED STORM | B4AT LEAST $35 MILLION IN PROPERTY DAMAGE IN FRANKLIN COUNTY For some, early voting brings a break to Hurricane Michael stressBy Zack McDonaldThe News HeraldPANAMA CITY Â„ Like most residents of Bay County, Glenn and Judy Alligood sustained damage to their home in Hurricane Michael that demanded substantial attention.At about noon Saturday, though, they decided that some things are more important.ÂBeing able to vote is a priv-ilege,ÂŽ said Glenn Alligood. ÂIt gets us back to reality and gives us purpose. This has been the most devastating thing IÂve ever experienced, and thereÂs a lot that voting is pulling me away from. But this is the most important election weÂll see in our lives.ÂŽAs the Alligoods stood in the parking lot of Parker United Methodist, 908 S. Tyndall Pkwy, they spoke with Norma Todd, who also wore an ÂI voted earlyÂŽ sticker. SheÂd gone to high school in Port St. Joe with them decades ago and said, among the other benefits, voting gives you a break from stress at home.ÂIt gives you a chance to get out,ÂŽ she said. ÂYou can get away from the family and talk to people you may have not seen in 40 years. ItÂs nice to be able to talk about this experience weÂve all just shared.ÂŽCars filed into the gravel lot of Parker Methodist, where several church groups had also gathered to hand out supplies. A BBQ food truck had also set up to distribute hot meals to people taking a break from clean-up efforts to perform their civic duty.Pastor John Wallace, of Early voting beginsEarly voters walk to their polling station on Oct.27 near the Supervisor of Election OfÂ“ ce. [PATTI BLAKE/THE NEWS HERALD] Voting locationsStanford Station (Near Hobby Lobby), 746 W. 23rd Street Supervisor of Elections OfÂ“ ce, 830 W. 11th St. Lynn Haven Elementary School Cafetorium, 301 W. Ninth St. Panama City Beach Senior Center, 423 Lyndell Lane Palo Alto Church of Christ, 3119 N. U.S. 231 Parker United Methodist Church, 908 S. Tyndall Parkway Motorists drive past signs for a polling location and the disaster recovery center on Oct.27 near the Supervisor of Election OfÂ“ ce. [PATTI BLAKE/THE NEWS HERALD] By Collin BreauxCollinB@pcnh.com | @ PCNHCollinBPANAMA CITY Â„ A pow-erful hurricane that ravaged the Florida Panhandle hasnÂt deterred the Bay County League of Women Voters from encouraging people to make their voices heard in the November election.In fact, itÂs a reminder how important voting is, said League President Cecile Scoon.ÂRight here in the midst of a terrible disaster is why voting matters,ÂŽ Scoon said. ÂThis whole experience is a textbook example of how government is important to the people. Water and sewer are government-supplied. Police, safety, security.ÂŽThe League of Women Voters held a poll party Sunday and will hold additional ones Nov. 3 and 4 near the Bay County Super-visor of Elections Office at 803 West 11th St. in Panama City, one of the election voting sites, to encourage people to make a decision in the gubernatorialand Congressional elections and on numerous proposed state constitutional amendments.There will be food, music and entertainment at the three events. The Nov. 3 event will be from 2 to 5 p.m. while the Nov. 4 event will be from 2:30 to 6 p.m.The League of Women Voters scheduled the events months in advance, intends them to be family-friendly and non-partisan and will be available to answer ques-tions people have about the proposed amendments. Involving children in democ-racy and keeping them busy while theyÂre out of school is crucial, and so is answering amendment questions since people canÂt do their own research after Hurricane Michael disrupted internet connections, Scoon said.ÂWe want everybody to come out,ÂŽ Scoon said.The League of Women Voters is partnering with New Gulf Coast Choir and Xi Omicron Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha SororityÂ„other commu-nity organizations--for the poll parties. The League of Women Voter previously hosted an informational forum on the constitutional amendments.Poll parties are encouraging more people to voteJob Fair planned for TuesdayBy Eryn Dion747-5069 | @PCNHErynDion | firstname.lastname@example.orgPANAMA CITY Â„ As a community recovers from disaster, one of the largest and most public displays of moving forward is the reopening of schools.To help in that process, and help put residents back to work, Bay District Schools is planning on opening child care sites at several schools around the district specifically for their employees. TheyÂll be holding a job fair on Tues-day to hire as many of those qualified CDA or child care credentialed workers as needed.ÂWeÂre not just trying to put our people back to work,ÂŽ said Director of Communications Sharon Michalik. ÂWeÂre looking forward to helping some other people get back to work, as we know many of the day care centers were destroyed.ÂŽAfter housing, child care has been the biggest road-block in getting people back to work, Michalik said. Making sure teachers and other district employ-ees have those needs filled means they can return to school, then schools can open and help fill the larger need in the community Â„ letting even more people return to work.ÂOpening school is kind of like this big public mes-sage that life is going to be okay and things are going to return to a new normal,ÂŽ Michalik said. ÂNot the Bay District Schools hiring child care workers for employeesHow to applyWhere: Nelson Building, 1311 Balboa Avenue, Panama City When: Tuesday, Oct. 30 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. What to bring: ID, Social Security Card if possible, required CDA and child care credentials if possible Florida Defense Task Force tours baseBy Genevieve Smithgsmith@pcnh.com @PCNHGenevievePANAMA CITY Â„ On Friday morning, members of the Florida Defense Support Task Force toured Tyndall Air Force Base to survey the damage cause by Hurricane Michael more than two weeks ago.Although the Air Force Base sustained considerable damage, officials say Tyndall should be up and running by this coming January.ÂWhat was great was to see the resources that have come to this base,ÂŽ said Jay Trum-bull, state representative and chair for the Florida Defense Support Task Force. ÂThis place is going to be back up and operational in no time.ÂŽTrumbull says although there is a significant need at Tyndall, the need will be met with significant structural rebuild.ÂWe are an integral part of homeland security and the safety of our country,ÂŽ he said. ÂTo be able to preserve that is something thatÂs really incredible.ÂŽThe task force covers installations all over the state of Florida to offer support on a state level as quickly and as positively as possible.ÂWe are going to rebuild Tyndall, all of Tyndall, all the missions. Nothing goes Tyndall marches onThe Florida Defense Support Task Force tours Tyndall to decide how the base can best be supported. [GENEVIEVE SMITH | NEWS HERALD] See JOB FAIR, B2 See TYNDALL, B2 See VOTING, B2
** B2 Monday, October 29, 2018 | The News Herald 6 a.m Noon6 p.m Low Hazard Medium Hazard High Hazard Water closed to public Dangerous Marine Life High Low 84/60 83/62 82/54 81/62 81/64 81/53 81/50 82/50 80/47 71/43 81/50 81/50 83/51 82/60 83/61 83/58 83/49 82/6080/6282/7079/5970/56Mostly sunnyPartly sunny Cloudy, breezy; heavy p.m. t-storms Nice with clouds and sun8267797560Winds: ESE 4-8 mph Winds: SSE 7-14 mph Winds: SSW 12-25 mph Winds: N 7-14 mph Winds: NW 6-12 mphBlountstown 6.28 ft. 15 ft. Caryville 5.33 ft. 12 ft. Clairborne 35.10 ft. 42 ft. Century 5.90 ft. 17 ft. Coffeeville, AL 2.25 ft. 29 ft. Through 7 a.m. Sun.Apalachicola 6:04a 12:51a 10:27p 2:19p Destin 1:04a 12:43p ----West Pass 5:37a 12:24a 10:00p 1:52p Panama City 12:21a 11:47a ----Port St. Joe 11:43p 12:57p ----Okaloosa Island --11:49a ----Milton 3:17a 3:04p ----East Bay 2:21a 2:34p ----Pensacola 1:37a 1:17p ----Fishing Bend 2:18a 2:08p ----The Narrows 3:14a 4:08p ----Carrabelle 4:39a 12:06p 9:02p 11:31pForecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2018LastNewFirstFull Oct 31Nov 7Nov 15Nov 22Sunrise today ........... 6:54 a.m. Sunset tonight .......... 5:58 p.m. Moonrise today ...... 10:27 p.m. Moonset today ....... 11:45 a.m. Today Tue. Today Tue.Clearwater 82/67/s 83/68/s Daytona Beach 81/61/s 80/61/s Ft. 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Today Tue.Albuquerque 73/50/s 70/42/t Anchorage 32/21/c 33/25/s Atlanta 69/48/s 73/54/s Baltimore 58/38/pc 61/44/s Birmingham 73/50/s 78/61/pc Boston 56/40/r 52/38/s Charlotte 66/40/s 67/47/s Chicago 54/44/s 58/46/r Cincinnati 57/40/s 66/57/pc Cleveland 50/40/pc 61/52/pc Dallas 82/66/s 80/62/pc Denver 78/36/pc 46/30/r Detroit 52/37/pc 58/49/r Honolulu 87/76/pc 84/74/r Houston 82/67/pc 84/71/pc Indianapolis 59/42/s 67/57/pc Kansas City 71/57/s 64/45/r Las Vegas 86/58/s 76/53/s Los Angeles 79/58/s 78/57/s Memphis 71/58/s 79/66/pc Milwaukee 54/44/pc 57/43/r Minneapolis 53/44/pc 57/39/pc Nashville 66/46/s 75/62/pc New Orleans 83/64/pc 82/70/pc New York City 56/42/pc 56/46/s Oklahoma City 79/62/s 71/47/c Philadelphia 58/41/pc 58/47/s Phoenix 90/66/s 86/59/pc Pittsburgh 48/36/pc 56/49/pc St. Louis 69/56/s 74/54/c Salt Lake City 59/38/pc 52/33/pc San Antonio 81/65/pc 81/68/pc San Diego 74/61/s 72/57/s San Francisco 69/51/pc 71/52/s Seattle 55/48/r 55/51/c Topeka 73/54/s 63/45/r Tucson 88/60/s 86/54/pc Wash., DC 60/43/pc 62/50/sTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday Gulf Temperature: 74 Today: Wind from the northwest at 6-12 knots. Seas 1-3 feet. Visibility clear. Wind northeast at 6-12 knots. Seas 2 feet or less. Clear. Tomorrow: Wind from the east-southeast at 6-12 knots. Seas 2 feet or less. Visibility clear to the horizon.Sunny to partly cloudy today. Winds northwest 4-8 mph. Mainly clear tonight. Winds east 3-6 mph.High/low ......................... 76/52 Last year's high/low ....... 78/51 Normal high/low ............. 78/56 Record high ............. 85 (2016) Record low ............... 34 (1997)24 hours through 4 p.m. .. 0.00" Month to date .................. 4.06" Normal month to date ...... 3.29" Year to date ................... 46.66" Normal year to date ....... 52.28" Average humidity .............. 72%through 4 p.m. yesterdayHigh/low ......................... 77/53 Last year's high/low ....... 80/50 Normal high/low ............. 76/59 Record high ............. 85 (2016) Record low ............... 30 (1957)24 hours through 4 p.m. .. 0.00" Month to date .................. 3.00" Normal month to date ...... 3.57" Year to date ................... 48.27" Normal year to date ....... 52.90" Average humidity ............... 74%PANAMA CITY Port St. Joe Apalachicola Tallahassee Perry Quincy Monticello Marianna Chipley DeFuniak Springs Pensacola FORT WALTON BEACH Crestview Destin Carrabelle Mobile Bainbridge ValdostaFLORIDA CITIESCity Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W WORLD CITIESCity Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W NATIONAL CITIESCity Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W TODAY FIVE DAY FORECAST FOR NORTHWEST FLORIDAHigh LowREGIONAL WEATHERWeather(W): ssunny, pcpartly cloudy, ccloudy, shshowers, tthunderstorms, rrain, sfsnow Â” urries, snsnow, iice. Shown is todayÂs weather. Temperatures are todayÂs highs and tonightÂs lows.Shown are todayÂs noon postions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day.TIDESMARINE FORECASTBEACH FLAG WARNINGSThe higher the AccuWeather.com UV IndexÂ’ number, the greater the need for eye and skin protection.0-2 Low; 3-5 Moderate; 6-7 High; 8-10 Very High; 11+ Extreme10 a.m.Noon2 p.m.4 p.m.UV INDEX TODAYALMANACSUN AND MOON MOON PHASESRIVER LEVELS Offshore Northwest Florida Flood Level StageApalachicola Choctawhatchee Alabama Escambia Tombigbee Temperatures PrecipitationPanama CityTemperatures PrecipitationFort Walton Beachaway,ÂŽ said Representative Neal Dunn. ÂThat means weÂre going to have a brand new Tyndall.ÂŽDunn says Tyndall is his number one priority in Bay County, followed by improved communications.Once construction is complete, the base will be updated to the needs of the 21st century.ÂItÂs going to be the Tyndall we need, not the Tyndall we had,ÂŽ he said.Dunn says conditions on the base have already greatly improved with the addition of places to eat, sleep, and get fuel. He says a commissary will soon be up and running.Currently around 35 per-cent of infrastructure on base has significant damage. TYNDALLFrom Page B1old normal, weÂre not going to get that back, but kids are going to get on school buses again and theyÂre going to be in classes again and theyÂre going to learn again.ÂŽWhile Michalik said the dis-trict would help everyone who needs child care if they could, they can only offer the service to district employees. The child care sites will be at several locations to ensure that if there isnÂt child care available where an employee works, there will be one close by. She said she also hopes neighbors and friends come together to help each other out as the commu-nity recovers from Hurricane Michael.ÂItÂs going to be different and itÂs going to be inconvenient and itÂs going to require an awful lot of flexibility from everyone,ÂŽ she said. At TuesdayÂs job fair, taking place at the Nelson Building, 1311 Balboa Avenue in Panama City from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., interviewees are asked to bring their ID, Social Security card if possible, and proof of the required child care training, with Michalik saying interviewers on site will be flexible, under-standing that many people lost everything in the storm. They should expect to be interviewed for the position that day, as Michalik said theyÂre looking to move quickly in get-ting sites up and running.As of right n ow, there is no set timeline for how long the child care sites will operate. JOB FAIRFrom Page B1Damage at Tyndall Air Force Base, Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018. [HERALD-TRIBUNE STAFF PHOTO/CARLOS R. MUNOZ] ÂNot the old normal, weÂre not going to get that back, but kids are going to get on school buses again and theyÂre going to be in classes again and theyÂre going to learn again.ÂŽDirector of Communications Sharon Michalik Apostles By-The-Sea in Rosemary Beach, said theyÂd been distributing supplies from the church twice a week for the past two weeks. It was great to see it turn into a one-stop shop, he said.ÂItÂs all happening same day, same place,ÂŽ Wallace said. ÂWeÂve had people come to vote and say Âoh, I need toilet paper,Â and weÂve seen it happen the other way around. I admire these people to have gone through what they have Â„ waking up every day to repair their homes Â„ and still find time to vote.ÂŽIn one of the areas hardest-hit by Hurricane Michael of Bay County, Parker Methodist is one of six Âmega voting sites.ÂŽ Supervisor of Elections Mark Andersen said that all six of the voting sites have supplies and FEMA centers on site in hopes of encour-aging people to vote while handling their other per-sonal, post-storm affairs.Due to Hurricane Michael destroying many of the regular polling sites of the 44 precincts in the county, Andersen said he made the decision to con-solidate those to the six locations Â„ determined primarily by population. And since a large portion of Bay County was left transient and spending large portions of time in traffic, each was made to allow a voter from anywhere in the county to cast a ballot at any mega site between the hours of operation from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.ÂNobody is going to forget what this county has been through,ÂŽ Ander-sen said. ÂPeople are struggling, they have lost their homes, but they are taking to the ballot. And weÂve tried to make it as viable as possible in these conditions.ÂŽInside the Supervisor of ElectionsÂ Government Center office, 830 W 11th Street, much equipment is jammed into the voting area. Blue tarps cover the roof and large swaths of carpet have been pulled up within. Despite the appear-ances, the voting process takes around 10 minutes, even with the litany of Constitution amendments.Andersen said that as of noon Saturday more than 2,000 people had voted.The hope is that each of the 11 days through Election Day between 3,000 and 4,000 voters show up. If those figures pan out, the lines to vote in Bay County on Election Day will be manageable, Andersen said.ÂEvery day is an Election Day,ÂŽ Andersen said. ÂGo vote. DonÂt wait to vote. ThatÂs how weÂll make this situation after this storm work as a community.ÂŽ VOTINGFrom Page B1
** The News Herald | Monday, October 29, 2018 B3St. Andrews State Park reopensHurricane Michael caused severe damage to St. Andrews State Park. The state park was open to the public on Oct. 26. [PHOTOS BY PATTI BLAKE/THE NEWS HERALD] The surferÂs bridge was damaged in the storm. A new sandbar has been created in the kiddy pool. Even with the destruction, there are still people at the park enjoying the Gulf. The dunes saw signiÂ“ cant erosion during Hurricane Michael. By Patti Blake The News Herald PANAMA CITY BEACH Â„ After sustaining heavy damage, St. Andrews State Park reopened on Friday.The campgrounds are currently closed due to the impacts of Hurricane Michael. The park remains open for day-use activities, how-ever certain areas may be closed for safety concerns.Several structures around the park have collapsed.
** B4 Monday, October 29, 2018 | The News HeraldBy David Adlersteindadlerstein@starfl.com APALACHICOLA Â„ The damage in Franklin County is going to come with a steep price tag. Property Appraiser Rhonda Skipper started walking the route where Hurricane Michael pum-meled the countyÂs eastern coastline the day after the storm, took to the skies Oct. 12 from the Apalachicola Airport, an essential piece in the air rescue puzzle in the immediate aftermath of the Category 4 hurricane.Skipper said her prelim-inary estimate is that the county will sustain at least a $35 million loss in prop-erty value as a result of the storm.ÂThatÂs structure damage only, not land erosion,ÂŽ she said. ÂThatÂs going to take some time for the state to do overlays.ÂŽShe said much of her esti-mate is based on a survey on the ground by her staff, which tallied up the cost of lost and damaged property, especially in the hardest areas of the coastal areas, of Alligator Point and the St James Island subdivision. On Alligator Point all the way to Bald Point on the southern tip, lots of beach erosion could be seen from the air, as well as several homes with the roofs torn off. The surge cut through the peninsula in several places, submerging plat-ted lots.ÂThey had a beach view,ÂŽ Skipper said. ÂNow they have a beachfront lot.ÂŽThe situation was not good for older homes built not on pilings, but directly on the ground, everywhere from Lanark Village to St. George Island.Hurricane MichaelÂs amphibious assaults had taken down several homes in Lanark. ÂMost of the gulf-front homes, even if they are standing, the back side was blown out by water,ÂŽ Skipper said.For those gulf-front homes standing several feet above the ground, the loss was limited to portions on the ground designed to break away in the event of high winds and storm surge. And of course roof damage and flooding. ÂIÂm not an architect but I know there are numerous buildings where the foundation may have been compromised but IÂm not trained to look for that,ÂŽ Skipper said. ÂI really expect that (damage) number to rise.ÂIt will climb with land erosion the state just provided me, plus some new photography shows that a couple of places actually built up on land,ÂŽ she said. ÂIÂm looking at more damages for sure.ÂŽThe ominous threat of a fast-moving Hurricane Michael emerged early in the week, when the Weather Channel sent Jim Cantore and his crew to Apalachicola to prepare for coverage.ÂEach storm behaves differently. If this doesnÂt have peopleÂs attention it should,ÂŽ said the Weather ChannelÂs Chris Warren in a pre-storm telephone interview. ÂThatÂs what kind of scares me, people taking this lightly.ÂItÂs happening so quickly,ÂŽ he said. ÂUnlike Florence where we watched this thing go across the entire Atlantic Ocean, people on Friday didnÂt have a clue about Michael. It became a hurricane early today, and it might not have gotten a lot of peopleÂs attention.ÂIf makes a big move, it will probably go to the next biggest city west or east,ÂŽ Warren predicted.And thatÂs exactly what happened, as Michael punched its 150 mph winds into Bay County, leveling Mexico Beach, pummeling Bay County and getting some severe licks in to Gulf County before it headed northeast and devastated inland areas.Franklin County was by no means spared, with recorded winds off St. George Island as high as 130 mph, and a nine-foot storm surge, and three feet of flooding, rolling into Apalachicola. Boats at the marinas in Carrabelle were upended and flung ashore, and Battery Park, in addition to extensive tree damage, had a sailboat leaning up against the com-munity center for several days.On the Tuesday before the storm, Gov. Scott gave his last press conference before the storm at the sheriffÂs office, urging people in the Panhandle to heed the mandatory evacu-ations. Accompanied by Sheriff A.J. Smith, he would make several post-hurri-cane visits to the county in the immediate aftermath, before turning his attention to the west and then the north where the damage was worse, and there was loss of human life.Included in his visits was a trip to the make-shift food kitchen in downtown Apalachicola, where he presented coordinator Danny Itzkovitz and Lind-sey Shepard with a flag of the state of Florida.Both Senators Bill Nelson and Marco Rubio made their visits, with Nelson visiting the emergency operations center and Rubio taking in the Oct. 9 county commission meet-ing, riding in with Mayor Van Johnson on his golf cart.Congressman Neal Dunn and his challenger Bob Rackleff both made visits, as did Chief Finan-cial Officer Jimmy Patronis, Attorney General Pam Bondi and volunteers from the DeSantis for Governor campaign.The commission heard a full report from Emer-gency Operations Director Pam Brownell, detailing the toll. Together with her two staffers, Tress Dameron and Jennifer Daniels, the EOC at the airport had been the hub of operations, welcoming the CERT vol-unteers, as well as National Guardsmen, state and local responders, road crews and everyone else summoned to help.In Carrabelle, Mayor Brenda La Paz was a steady public presence, attending to the Duke Energy crews massed at the airport and issuing detailed bulletins on the many developments that were happening by the minute. In Apalachicola, City Manager Ron Nalley, just a few months into the job, got his taste of an emergency, overseeing the move of the City Hall to the city municipal complex after flooding damaged the location at Avenue E and Water Street.The county commission meetingÂs biggest applause was for Danny Collins, Duke EnergyÂs intergovernmental liaison, who was the face of a Duke Energy operation that was stunningly efficient in its ability to get nearly every business and household in the county back with power in less than a week, in some cases within three days.By Oct. 18, the commissioners had approved a memorandum of under-standing with the state for its post-Hurricane Michael debris removal, which began Oct. 16 and will con-tinue daily for at least the next two weeks.Hurricane damage to be expensive in Franklin CountyFlood water advance on Market Street in downtown Apalachicola. Boats at the Moorings of Carrabelle lie upended on the seawall. [PHOTOS BY DAVID ADLERSTEIN/THE TIMES] CarrabelleÂs brand new Island View Park was torn up by the storm.
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** B6 Monday, October 29, 2018 | The News HeraldBy Collin Breaux CollinB@pcnh.com @PCNHCollinBPANAMA CITY BEACH Â„ Residents and visitors looking to de-stress after Hurricane Michael can play a round of golf at courses that reopened after the storm.Holiday Golf Club on Back Beach reopened Âvery shortlyÂŽ after the storm, said Julie Hilton, Vice President of Holiday Golf and Racquet Club Inc.ÂWeÂre fortunate to have immediately removed the fallen trees and be back in service very soon after the storm,ÂŽ said Hilton.A fair number of golfers have gradually come to Holiday Golf Club after the storm, said Hilton. Holiday Golf Club had Âvery manageableÂŽ damage though was ÂfortunateÂŽ to make repairs, said Hilton.ÂI think itÂs good for people who need a break from all the stress of the storm,ÂŽ said Hilton.Signal Hill Golf Course on Thomas Drive reopened a week after the storm. The course had fallen trees but no major damage, said course manager Chip Vickers.While the amount of golf-ers isnÂt what it was before Michael, itÂs been more than expected, said Vickers.ÂThe course is in good shape for what weÂve been through,ÂŽsaid Vickers. Playing golf Âbrings (people) back to reality for a little bit. It lets them do something normal.ÂŽSharkÂs Tooth and Camp Creek Golf Club are also open. Sean McGaughey, director of golf for both clubs, said theyÂre starting to see more customers come through the door.ÂWeÂre sad about the whole situation,ÂŽ said McGaughey. ÂItÂs horrible to see everyone get affected.ÂŽAt least one Panama City Beach golf course wasnÂt so lucky. The Hombre is closed for an undetermined amount of time, according to staff, due to hurricane damage.Representatives with other local golf courses were unable to be reached for comment.Golf courses reopen in Panama City BeachBy Jim Saunders The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE Â„ A circuit judge has given a boost to more than 30 local govern-ments challenging a 2011 state law that threatens stiff penal-ties for city or county officials who approve gun restrictions.Leon County Circuit Judge Charles Dodson recently refused a request by Attorney General Pam BondiÂs office to dismiss three consolidated lawsuits that contend the 2011 law, which threatens penalties such as removal from office, is unconstitutional. Local governments challenged the law after the February mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward County as at least some cities and counties looked at approving gun-related measures.The Legislature passed the tough penalties in 2011 as a way to enforce a decades-old law that gives control of gun regulation to the state rather than local governments Â„ a concept known as state Âpreemption.ÂŽ The 2011 law, in part, threatens removal from office and fines for city and county officials who pass restrictions that violate the older preemption law.But in court documents, attorneys for the cities and counties argued that the pen-alties are unconstitutional on a series of grounds and have had a Âchilling effectÂŽ on local officials considering gun restrictions.ÂPlaintiffs have asserted a number of proposed regulatory and legislative actions that they wish to take,ÂŽ said an August court document filed by attorneys for the local governments. ÂRegardless of how confident city or county officials are that they have the authority to take the pro-posed actions and that these actions would not violate the preemption law, they never-theless have been prevented from pursuing them any further due to their fear that defendants or private parties may interpret their actions as violating the preemption law.ÂŽ BondiÂs office in July filed a motion on behalf of the state and several state officials to dismiss the consolidated cases, arguing in part that there was no Âjusticiable case or controversyÂŽ because the penalties have not been enforced.ÂPlaintiffs do not allege that any of the defendants named in these actions (or any other state official) has Âactually threatenedÂ them (or anyone else) with enforcement of the challenged provisions,ÂŽ the motion said. ÂInstead, plaintiffs allege only that because they wish to enact and enforce ordinances that may be preempted ... they are convinced that they may, at some indeterminate point in the future, be threatened with enforcement by some entity or individual they do not identify. Accordingly, these actions should be dis-missed for lack of a justiciable case or controversy.ÂŽBut in a seven-page order issued last week, Dodson rejected the motion to dismiss the allegations against the state, Bondi, Florida Department of Law Enforce-ment Commissioner Rick Swearingen and Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam. Dodson granted dismissal against three other defendants Â„ the state audi-tor general, the Broward County state attorney and the Broward County sheriff.Dodson noted that Gov. Rick Scott has also been named as a defendant but was not part of the motion to dismiss by BondiÂs office. BondiÂs motion said Scott had other legal counsel.ÂThe attorney general, the FDLE commissioner and the agriculture commissioner are the state officials who admin-ister and enforce the stateÂs regulatory scheme for firearms, which is protected by the preemption and penalty provisions,ÂŽ Dodson wrote. ÂThe relief sought in these cases ... would have direct consequences on these defen-dantsÂ duties.ÂŽThe local governments involved in the challenges are primarily in South Florida but also include cities such as Tal-lahassee, Gainesville, Orlando and St. Petersburg. The National Rifle Association filed a friend-of-the-court brief in July supporting the motion to dismiss the cases.Judge clears way for challenges to gun lawPANAMA CITYNews Herald to reopen todayThe Panama City News Heraldwill be open for lim-ited business at 501 W. 11th St. starting Monday.A mobile unit will be set up to the left of the original office building where customers can come to place classified advertising, pay their subscription or advertis-ing invoices, buy copies of the News Herald and purchase newsprint rolls. The office will be open Mondays through Fri-days from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.You also can call for subscrip-tion services at 850-747-5050, classified advertising at 850-747-5020 or general information 850-747-5000. CALLAWAYBoil water notice lifted in CallawayThe mandatory boil water notice for the City of Calla-way has been lifted, according to a press release.ÂIf you pay your water bill to the City of Callaway, it is safe for you to drink and cook with your tap water,ÂŽ the release stated.Running water for approxi-mately five minutes at each tap to flush lines and elimi-nate any residual water from home and business plumbing systems downstream of your meter is recommended. The first bin of ice from icemak-ers should also be discarded.Parker, Lynn Haven, Panama City, Bay County Utilities in the unincorporated areas and customers of Panama City Beach have also had boil notices lifted. Springfield and Mexico Beach, along with Tyndall Air Force Base, remain under a mandatory boil water notice. PANAMA CITYPeople encouraged to register for D-SNAPPre-registration for the fed-eral D-SNAP Food Assistance Program is now open for Bay County residents impacted by Hurricane Michael who do not already receive food stamp benefits, according to a news release.ÂVisit MyFLFamilies.com/DSNAP for eligibility information and to pre-register. After you register, you can call 1-855-278-7136 to apply for your benefit over the phone and avoid the wait at the site location when it is established. D-SNAP EBT cards obtained via phone interview will arrive in the mail within 4 to 6 days,ÂŽ the news release stated. ÂPhone application hours for Bay County are Saturday and Sunday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Monday and Tuesday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.ÂŽIN BRIEF By David Adlerstein email@example.com APALACHICOLA Â„ The Florida Seafood Festival, which in 54 years has grown to become the stateÂs largest maritime fes-tival, isnÂt letting go of its 55th annual affair.John Solomon, president of the non-profit festivalÂs board,has confirmedthe festi-val will be held as planned, on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 2 and 3 in ApalachicolaÂs Battery Park. ÂWeÂre good to go,ÂŽ said Solomon.Named to be King Retsyo is Demetrice Cummings, who will accompany the queen, Franklin County Senior Beyla Walker, in reigning over the festival. Trees, limbs and other debris littered the park as of Friday, but festival officials are confident that debris will be removed in time for the festival.Solomon said Saturday nightÂs headliner, Maddie & Tae, as well as LaRue Howard, the highlight act of Friday nightÂs evening of Christian music, are both on tap to appear. ÂThey havenÂt told us no,ÂŽ he said. Also slated to fill the grounds of the Battery Park Marina are amusement park rides, which Solomon said are still on track.He said Ken Lawson, chief executive officer of Visit Florida, telephoned him on Thursday and pledged support for the festival.Solomon said the festival con-tinues to take applications for possible vendors. Go to www. floridaseafoodfestival.com to apply.Florida Seat Festival will go onBattery Park, where the Florida Seafood Festival will be held Nov. 2 and 3, looked like this the evening after Hurricane Michae l hit Oct. 10. [DAVID ADLERSTEIN/THE TIMES ] IN BRIEFWEWAHITCHKAPower cooperative working to restore serviceGulf Coast Electric Cooperative is still working to restore power to its members.As of Sunday morning, the cooperative reported it has restored power to 14,051 members in Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Jackson, Walton and Washington counties, representing about 68 percent of their membership. As of 11 a.m. on Sunday the company had the following outage numbers.Â€ Bay County: 4,610 (38 percent)Â€ Calhoun County: 1,117 meters (61 percent)Â€ Gulf County: 732 meters (17 percent)Â€ Jackson County: 47 meters (98 percent) Â€ Washington County: 109 meters (4 percent)The cooperative has 1,600 crewmen working on the res-toration effort. Gulf Coast Electric CooperativeÂs phone system is now working. The Southport office may be reached at (850) 265-3631, and the Wewahitchka office may be reached at (850) 639-2216.
** The News Herald | Monday, October 29, 2018 B7ARIES (March 21-April 19) Â„ The general consensus may be generally wrong. Luckily, youÂre in no mood to listen to them today. YouÂll make a decision based on what you feel, and popular opinion will not sway you. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Â„ Maybe itÂs not always so important whether a particular belief is totally accurate or not. Is the belief useful? Does is make you better? Is it better for those around you? Helpful beliefs make things Â” ow easily. GEMINI (May 21-June 21) Â„ You were taught about the heroes that came before you, and itÂs now pretty clear that you werenÂt getting the whole story. The ugly side of history can be hard to reconcile, so hold on to the glimmers of benevolence. CANCER (June 22-July 22) Â„ YouÂre in a private mood. Plus, thereÂs just no beneÂ“ t to bragging. YouÂd rather lock your enviable accomplishments and beautiful pictures in a safe than put them on the internet. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Â„ If youÂve never heard of someone like you pursuing a goal, or you think the feat is just impossible, youÂll shut yourself off from the possibilities, thus ensuring that the event will not occur. But all it takes is one example to set you in motion. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Â„ In some moments, life will be like watching a classic movie with scenes that donÂt quite Â“ t the current times. When old-fashioned beliefs are acted out, youÂll realize how much things have changed. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Â„ Those who are happy to help really do seem content in the act and donÂt appear to need special recognition for what they do. They donÂt draw attention to their kindness. These are the golden-hearted people to hold dear. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21) Â„ If you have to ask to be treated well, it will make you wonder if youÂve chosen badly. But donÂt let that drag down your thoughts. Some people just need to be taught to get in touch with the spirit of compassion, teamwork and equity. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Â„ Your best, most winning move will involve being fully engaged with the events of the day. You wonÂt even have time to stress over what might happen, because youÂre too busy building on the goodness that is happening. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Â„ ItÂs a day to examine, update or acquire anew. Examine what, you ask? Update which? The same process applies to many areas of your life Â„ habits, thought processes, tools, relationships and more. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Â„ ItÂs one thing to cherish a relationship in your heart and quite another to cherish it through your deeds. While the Â“ rst is nice for you, the second is nice for both of you, and it starts a ripple in the world at large. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Â„ Most people who donÂt Â“ nd good answers werenÂt looking for them. The opposite example will be you today, as you look for ways to uplift the people around you and Â“ nd prime opportunities to do so.HOROSCOPES BY HOLIDAY MATHIS DIVERSIONS1. From ÂItÂs the Great Pumpkin, Charlie BrownÂŽ (1966), what did he always get in his bag instead of candy?Lumps of coal, Rocks, Rotten apples, Broken whistles2. Where does Halloween rank among AmericaÂs commercial holidays per money spent?First, Second, Third, Fourth3. WhatÂs the term for an intense fear of Halloween?Nephophobia, Samhainophobia, Cibophobia, Wiccaphobia4. Which immigrants brought the Halloween custom to America in the 1840s?German, Irish, French, Italian5. What is the middle color on a piece of standard candy corn?Orange, White, Yellow, Black6. You might Âbob forÂŽ what in the traditional game?Grapes, Apples, Drumsticks, Dollar bills ANSWERS: 1. Rocks, 2. Second (only to Christmas), 3. Samhainophobia, 4. Irish, 5. Orange, 6. Apples ÂTrivia FunÂŽ with Wilson Casey, Guinness World Record Holder from Woodruff, S.C., is published in more than 500 newspapers across the country. Comments, questions or suggestions? WC@TriviaGuy.comTRIVIA BY WILSON CASEY ACES ON BRIDGE: BOBBY WOLFF (Answers tomorrow) VOCAL RUMMY AVENUE FRIGHT SaturdayÂ’s Jumbles: Answer: When he refused to wear his hearing aids, his wife Â— GAVE HIM AN EARFUL Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon.THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAMEBy David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek Unscramble these Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words.2018 Tribune Content Agency, LLC All Rights Reserved. Get the free JUST JUMBLE app Â• Follow us on Twitter @PlayJumble TCEHF TIWYT SWOYLL MRAHEM SUDOKUAnswer to yesterdayÂs sudokuDEAR ABBY Tattoo lover gets criticism from grandparentsDEAR ABBY: My daughter recently celebrated her 20th birthday. SheÂs a good kid with a decent job who happens to like tattoos. For her birthday, my inlaws sent her a birthday card. Usually their card includes a gift card, check or cash. This year, there was no gift but a note stating that they were not sending money as they felt she would use it toward more tattoos. I understand their beliefs may be different, but their approach to the situation was not nice. When she read their note, my daughter broke down and cried. My question is: Should I ignore their rudeness and ignorance, or should I (or my husband) call them and stick up for our daughter? Â„ TRYING TO BE NONJUDGMENTALDEAR TRYING: I donÂt think what happened should be ignored. What your in-laws did was uncalled for, and the person who should tell them that is your daughter because sheÂs an adult. If they were really concerned that she would spend their gift money on a tattoo, they could have sent her a tangible gift Â„ an item of clothing or a gift card from a specific retailer. Shame on them.DEAR ABBY: While attending a large party, I re-entered the main room to find my wife engaged in what appeared to be an intimate conversation with a longtime friend who is known to be a Âhound dogÂŽ who frequently boasts of his latest conquests. They held each otherÂs hands and were talking to each other at ÂkissingÂŽ distance. I watched from afar and then left the area so as not to create a scene. They were obviously not talking about the weather. When I confronted my wife the next day, she said there is nothing going on between them and they were just talking. My wife had a few drinks that night, but I donÂt think she was drunk. Your take on this? Â„ SAW TOO MUCH IN GEORGIADEAR SAW: My take is that if you trust your wife, you will believe what sheÂs telling you. Appearances can be deceiving, especially when viewed from a distance. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www.DearAbby. com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Jeanne PhillipsWORD SCRIMMAGE: JUDD HAMBRICK Wilson CaseyLevel of difÂ“ culty (Bronze easy, Silver medium, Gold -difÂ“ cult): Monday Bronze; Tuesday Silver; Wednesday Gold; Thursday Bronze; Friday Silver; Saturday and Sunday Gold.
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** The News Herald | Monday, October 29, 2018 C1 SPORTSBy Bob FerranteThe Associated PressTALLAHASSEE Â„ Florida State busted brackets around the country with an Elite Eight run in last seasonÂs NCAA Tournament. The Seminoles surprised everyone Â„ except perhaps themselves.ÂWe feel that we fell a little short last year,ÂŽ coach Leonard Hamilton said. ÂWe thought we had a chance to get to the Final Four. No one else thought we did, but thatÂs how we felt at the beginning of the year.ÂŽFlorida State wonÂt catch anyone off guard this season. The No. 17 Seminoles are one of the nationÂs deepest teams and return their top two scor-ers and rebounders. That depth will be challenged by a preseason injury to Phil Cofer.The senior forward is expected to miss at least six weeks after injuring his right foot in practice on Tuesday. Cofer, who led the Seminoles in scoring (12.8 points) and was second in rebounding (5.1), could miss most or all of the non-conference games.ÂWe have to make some adjustments in our rotation,ÂŽ Hamilton said. ÂBut hopefully Phil will come back strong. Other guys will have more opportunity to get more minutes here early.ÂŽThose opportunities will come immediately as Florida State opens with Florida on Nov. 6, will face No. 24 Purdue in November and Connecticut in December. The Seminoles also play six Atlantic Coast Conference teams that are ranked in the Top 25.Depth has been a critical piece of Florida StateÂs success in recent years and that will be crucial again with Cofer out. The Seminoles played portions of last season without center Christ Koumadje (11 games) and guard P.J. Savoy (eight games), and they will need to adjust again without Cofer.Depth could lead No. 17 Florida State on deep postseason runFlorida State head coach Leonard Hamilton speaks to the media during a news conference at the Atlantic Coast Conference NCAA college basketball media day in Charlotte, N.C., Oct. 24. [CHUCK BURTON/AP PHOTO] By Graham HallCorrespondentJACKSONVILLE Â„ Enter-ing SaturdayÂs contest, it was Florida which had estab-lished a pattern of emerging victorious on the backs of a turnover-hungry defense.Yet the 19-point loss to Georgia revealed the Gators have several ball-security issues to work out of their own.Florida coughed up the ball three times on the afternoon, with redshirt sophomore quarterback Feleipe Franks being largely responsible for an early interception and a costly fumble at UFÂs own1-yard line while senior running back Jordan Scarlett put the ball on the ground in the teamÂs opening drive. Momentum was lost, and Georgia would swiftly capitalize.The trio of mistakes resulted in 13 points for the Dawgs Â„ an eventual difference-maker for a team that would eventually claw back and momentarily claim a one-point lead. And those forced turnovers the Gators had seemingly turned into a habit? They were nowhere to be seen, as the Georgia offense main-tained ball security en route to emerging victorious in a con-test that essentially eliminated Florida from claiming the SEC East.Gators cite turnovers, execution for defeatFlorida coach Dan Mullen is held back by assistant coaches Saturday as he yells at the referee about a pass interference call on his defense during the third quarter Saturday against Georgia at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville. [BRAD MCCLENNY/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER] See GATORS, C3 See FLORIDA, C3 By Zac BoyerThe Associated PressLONDON Â„ After watch-ing a fourth-quarter lead slip away twice this season, Phil-adelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz didnÂt want to see it happen again.Thanks to his defense, it didnÂt.The Eagles held onto a 24-18 victory at Wembley Stadium on Sunday after the Jackson-ville Jaguars were twice held to a field goal in the fourth quarter, and failed to convert on fourth down with 3:41 remaining.ÂWe finished it,ÂŽ said Wentz, who threw for 286 yards and three touchdowns, all to different players. ÂAt the end of the day, we finished it. We still didnÂt finish the way we wanted offensively. We had a chance to seal the deal but went three-and-out, and the defense stepped up. So I think at the end of the day, we finished well this week.ÂŽPhiladelphia (4-4) surrendered a 17-point lead in the final quarter of a loss to the Carolina Panthers a week ear-lier, and lost in overtime to the Tennessee Titans on Sept. 30 despite holding a seven-point advantage.Although the Eagles failed to pick up a first down when they got the ball back with 6:52 remaining Â„ and rookie running back Josh Adams nearly fumbled on the first play, if not for the call being overturned on replay review Â„ they otherwise converted 7 of 12 third-down opportunities.Jacksonville entered the fourth quarter down 17-12 after a failed 2-point conver-sion, and a pair of field goals by Josh Lambo kept them within six points even after the Eagles extended the lead on a 5-yard touchdown reception by tight end Zach Ertz.Blake Bortles, restored as the starter despite being pulled in a loss to the Houston Texans a week earlier, ran for 4 yards on fourth down with 4:26 left to prolong what would be the JaguarsÂ final drive. But he could not con-nect with Donte Moncrief on fourth-and-2 four plays later to seal the fate for Jacksonville (3-5).ÂThey were on a roll,ÂŽ said Jaguars coach Doug Marrone. ÂThey were getting on third down. We were having a tough time containing the quarterback ... and obviously, we couldnÂt contain the run.ÂŽThe Eagles finished with 395 total yards, their third-high-est total this season, against the Jaguars, who entered the game with the leagueÂs second-ranked defense. Philly gained 133 rushing.Jacksonville claimed a 6-3 lead on two field goals by Lambo, including a careerlong 57-yard attempt, but saw that disappear by halftime when rookie tight end Dallas Goedert had a 32-yard touch-down reception at the end of the second quarter.WentzÂs 3 TD passes give Eagles win vs. Jags in LondonPhiladelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz (86), right, celebrates after scoring a touchdown during the second half of an NFL foot ball game against Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley stadium in London Sunday. [TIM IRELAND/AP PHOTO] See LONDON, C3
** C2 Monday, October 29, 2018 | The News HeraldAirTrafÂ“cControlSpecialistPatrickHarten,right,smilesasU.S.AirwaysÂ”ight1549Capt.ChesleyB. SullenbergerIII,right,andFirstOfÂ“cerJeffreyB.Skiles,center,arriveonFeb.24,2009,inWashington totestifybeforetheHouseTransportationandInfrastructureCommittee.[ASSOCIATEDPRESSFILEPHOTO] ByMelissaMurphyTheAssociatedPressNEWYORKÂ„Theimage ismiraculous:Passengers standingonthewingsofaUS AirwaysjetlinerasitfloatsdowntheHudsonRiver.PilotChesleyÂSullyÂŽSullen-bergerandairtrafficcontrollerPatHartenareforeverlinked bytheamazingwaterlanding thatsavedall155passengers andcrewafteradouble-bird strikedamagedbothenginesonJan.15,2009. Approachingthe10thanni-versaryoftheÂMiracleontheHudson,ÂŽSullenbergerand Hartenwillmeetatthefinish lineoftheNewYorkCity Marathon.SullenbergerwillputthefinisherÂsmedalaroundHartenÂsneckinCentralParkonNov.4. ÂWethinktheworldofPat-rick,weÂregoingtobevery honoredandexcitedtobe theretocheerhimon,ÂŽsaid Sullenberger,whowillattendwithwifeLorrie.ÂWeworkedtogetherseamlesslyinoneofthemostdiresituationsanyonecanimaginetotrytosaveeverysinglelife.ÂŽHartenisasecond-generationairtrafficcontroller,followingthepathofhisfatherand36-yearveteran,PatrickHartenSr.TheyoungerHartenattendedairtrafficcontrol schoolinAlaskaafterearning adegreeinchemistryfromStonyBrookUniversity. Hisfather,whoranthe1985NYCMarathon,introducedhimtothesport.TheystartedrunningtogetherwhenHartenwas9,andhefinishedahalfmarathonat10.HeÂsalso competedinthreeIronmantriathlonsÂ„a2.4-mileswim,112-milebikeand26.2-milemarathon.HeÂstrainingforhisfirst NYCMarathonandfifth overall,includingtwoBostonMarathons.ÂIÂvegottonsofmileage onmylegs,ÂŽHartentoldThe AssociatedPressinaphoneinterview.ÂItÂsaconvergenceoftwoveryimportantaspectsofmylifeÂ„runningwithmyfatherandyouhavethewholeÂMiracleoftheHudson.ÂÂŽThebondbetweenHarten andSullenbergerwasforgedonthat19-degreewinterday.Flight1549leftLaGuardiaAir-portand,shortlyaftertakeoff,aflockofCanadiangeese damagedbothengines.Sul-lenbergeraskedHartenaboutlandingatnearbyTeterboro AirportinNewJersey,incasehegotthrustbackinoneofthe engines.ÂOfftothelefthehad LaGuardia,offtotheright hehadTeterboro,further ondownthelinehehad Newark,ÂŽHartensaid.ÂIwas justbasicallymakingsureall optionswereavailableforhim.ÂŽÂItwasobviousthathewasarealpro,ÂŽSullenbergersaid inaphoneinterviewwiththe AP.ÂYouhearthededication inPatrickÂsvoice.Tryingto getusbacktoarunway,anyrunway.ÂŽSullenbergerandfirstofficerJeffSkiles,whometthreedaysearlier,wentthroughthechecklistofpossibilities.ÂWehadtocollaboratewordlesslyandquicklyrealizedtherewereonlythreeoptions,ÂŽSullenbergersaid.ÂTwothat wecouldnotreachbecause wejustdidnÂthaveenough energyorenoughaltitudeor speed.Theonlyplaceinthe entireNewYorkareathatwecouldmakewastheriver.ÂIhadtokeepthewings exactlevel,Ihadtostartthe landingattheproperheight, nottoohighandnottoolow tobeabletotouchthewater withtheleastrateofdescentandintheproperslightlynose-upattitude.Ihadtodoalotofthingsexactlyrightinthoselastfewsecondssimultaneously.ÂŽSullenbergerandHartenhadaboutfourminutesbetween thebirdstrikeat3:27p.m. andditchingintotheHudson Riverat3:31p.m.Sullen-bergercreditsfourdecadesandÂthousandsofhoursÂŽofflightexperienceforthesuccessful outcome.ThefirstNewYork Waterwayferryreachedthe planeinjustunderfourmin-utes,hesaid.ÂThefactthatwe,therescu-ersandfirstresponders,wereallabletocometogethertorise totheoccasionandmakeitourmissioninlifetoseeeveryonewassavedissomethingthatwilldefinetherestofourlives,ÂŽSullenbergersaid.Hartenthoughtallthepassengersperishedafterhelost radarcontactwhentheplane dippedbelowtheNewYorkskyscrapers.Protocolrequiredquicklyleavinghisposition, reviewingtheincidentandpreparinganofficialstatement.Afterabout45minutes,a co-workerinthebreakroom suggestedsomeoneshould ÂprobablygotellPattythateveryoneisOK,ÂŽHartensaid.ÂSomebodycamedownandsaidtome,ÂIthinkitlookslikeeveryonemadeit.ÂIthought theyweremessingwithmeatfirst.Inmymind,Ithoughttheyhadalldied.ÂThatwasaprettyshock-ingÂ„definitelyareliefÂ„butaprettyshockingthingtohear.ÂŽSullenbergerrequestedthe pilotunionÂscriticalincident responseteamcometoNew YorkandprovidesurvivorswithaÂroadmapÂŽofexpectedsymptomsÂ„howthenear-deathexperiencewouldaffect theirthinkingandsleep.ÂWeallexperiencedPTSD,ÂŽthe67-year-oldSullenbergersaid.ÂIttookanumberof monthstoworkourway throughit.Butpeoplecanberesilient.ÂThecriticalinsightforme,personally,waswhenIrealizedthatIhadtomakethisexperi-enceapartofmeandnotjust somethingthathappenedto me.Ihadtobeabletosomehowintegratethatintomy psyche.AndmakeitpartofwhatmakesmewhoIam.ÂŽHartenhadthesupportof wifeRegina,motherMary,threesiblingsandhisfather.ÂMydadcouldkindofhelp becausehecouldrelatetoitmorethantheaverageperson,ÂŽsaidHarten,whoisapproach-ing20yearsasanairtraffic controller,workingsixdaysaweek,upto10hoursaday.Runningalsohelpedhim cope,alongwithsixweeksoftherapy.ÂIputthetreadmillupto10mphandIjustranhardandheldonforaslongasIcould,ÂŽHartensaid.ÂWhatever mentalanguishIwasfeeling atthetime,IÂdreplaceitwithphysicalpain.ÂŽThesedays,the44-year-oldHartentrainsontheboardwalkinLongBeach,NewYork.HeÂsrecentlybeenslowedbylegcramps,butbikestomaintainhisfitness.WhetherhecanÂruna3:20ÂŽorÂwalkafterMile2,ÂŽHartensaysheÂllgettothefinishline.ÂRunningcanbeveryther-apeuticandyouÂregoingout thereonyourown.IdonÂt listentoheadphones.Youkindofmentallyworkthroughstuff,ÂŽhesaid.ÂWespendso muchtimeonelectronicsandweÂrealwaysexposedtosomekindofentertainment.IdonÂtthinkpeoplespendenough timejustthinking.Goingout forarunistheperfectexcusetodothat.ÂŽWhenheÂsnotoutdoors hikingwithhiswife,Sullenbergerspeaksaboutairsafety,talkstoveteransaboutresourcesforPTSDandadvisesondesignsafetyfordriverlesscars.TheU.S.AirForceAcademygraduateconsultedonthe2016movieÂSully,ÂŽstarringTom Hanks.HewishedtheinvestigationsceneswereÂmorenuanced.ÂŽTherealpassengersand crewwillgatherforthe10th anniversaryattheCarolinasAviationMuseum,hometothereconstructedAirbusA320,in Charlotte,NorthCarolina.ÂIcallthemthe1549family,ÂŽHartensaid.ÂSullyislike thepatriarchofthefamily.IthinkIcanspeakforjustabouteveryoneonthatflight:HeÂstheman.ÂŽ ÂSully,Âcontrollerreunite atNYCMarathon SPORTS TICKER INBRIEFDOHA,QATARBilesÂ“ghtsthrough kidneystoneatworldsSimoneBilesspentaportionofthenightbefore herreturntoworldcham-pionshipsintheemergencyroom.Thesensationshe chalkeduptotheusual pre-meetstressevolved intosearingagonythatat timeslefthercrawlingonthefloor.WhenaCTscan revealedakidneystoneÂ„ oneshenicknamedÂthe DohaPearlÂŽÂ„thereigningOlympicgymnastics championgrabbedher stuffanddischargedherselffromthehospital, tellingthestaffsheÂlldealwiththepainlater.Onethatturnseach performanceintoathrill rideofitsown.Smiling througheachtwist,flip andturn,the21-year-old Bileswasnearlyflawless duringqualifyingonSat-urday,postingthehighestscoresonbalancebeam,floorexerciseandvaultonherwaytoatotalof60.965onadaywhentheAmeri-cansputupateamscore of174.429,astaggering 12pointsclearofsecondplaceJapanthroughsixof11qualifyinggroups.SINGAPOREStephensralliestoreach WTAFinalsvs.SvitolinaSloaneStephensover-cameaterriblestartagainstKarolinaPliskovatowin0-6,6-4,6-1attheWTAFinalsonSaturday,settingupachampionshipmatchagainstElinaSvitolina.BothSvitolinaand Stephensposted3-0 round-robinrecords b eforewinningtheirsemifinals.LastyearSvitolina b ecamethefirstUkrainianwomantoplaysinglesattheWTAFinals.ThisyearSvitolinabecamethefirst womanfromhercountry toreachtheseason-endingfinalafterbeatingKikiBertens7-5,6-7(5),6-4.BASEL,SWITZERLANDFedererbeatsMedvedev toreach14thSwissÂ“nal RogerFedereradvancedtothe14thSwissIndoorsfinalofhiscareerbybeat-ingseventh-seededDaniilMedvedev6-1,6-4onSat-urday.Seekinganinthtitleathishometownevent,anda99thoverall,Federerwillplay93th-rankedMariusCopilonSunday.CopilupsetexpectationsofaFedererfinalagainstAlexanderZverevina6-3,6-7(6),6-4winoverthe fifth-rankedGermanintheearliersemifinal.SOELDEN,AUSTRIAWorleyedgesrivalsto winseason-openingGSTessaWorleymasteredtoughconditionstowintheseason-openingwomenÂsWorldCupgiantslalomonSaturday.Whilesnowfallandlow cloudslimitedvisibility,thetwo-timeworldcham-pionfromFrancefound thefastestwaydownthe Rettenbachglacierinasparklingfinalrun.TrailingleaderFederica Brignonebyfourtenths ofasecondafterthefirst run,Worleypostedthefastesttimeinthefinalrun andbeattheItalianby0.35forher13thcareerwin,andfirstattheAustrianresort.OlympicGSchampion MikaelaShiffrinfinished0.94behindinthird. TheAssociatedPress ByJimVertunoTheAssociatedPressMEXICOCITYÂ„SergioPerezwillclimbintohisForceIndiacaronSunday attheMexicanGrandPrixandraceinfrontofanadoringhomecrowd.Forweeks,hisface beamedonbillboards acrossthisteemingmetropolisof21millionaspartofacampaignbylocalorganizerstomaximize MexicoÂsfavoritesoninaglobalracingseries.Yetinsomeways,heisallalone.PerezistheonlyLatin Americandriveronthe FormulaOnegridanditcouldbethatwayacouple moreyears.Theemerging 2019lineupisfullofEuropeanveteransandrookieswithonlyacoupleofslotsstillopen.Whichbegsthequestion:Whatisthefuture forLatinAmericandriv-ersinF1? PerezdoesnÂtknow.Hecanonlyhopesomeone willjoinhim.Todothat,theywillhavetoovercomefinancialbarriersandthedistanceofoceans.ÂToreachFormulaOne,andmaintaininFormulaOne,itÂsjusthard,ÂŽPerezsaid.LatinAmericaÂshistoryofgreatdriversislongbutlongpastitsprime.BritainÂsLewisHamiltonthis weekcouldequalthelate JuanManuelFangioo f Argentinawithfivecareerchampionships,secondmostinF1history.Brazil producedchampions AyrtonSenna,EmersonFittipaldiandNelson Piquet,alineupthat wouldrivalanycountry intheworld.ButnoLatin AmericandriverhaswonanF1championshipsinceSennain1991.ThereiscurrentlyonlyahandfulinthetoppipelinestoF1.BrazilÂsSergioSetteCamaraistheonlyLatin AmericandriverinFormula2,wherehefinished sixthin2018.MexicoÂs DiegoMenchacaand BrazilÂsPedroPiquetjust completedtheirrookie seasonsinGP3.Colom-biaÂsTatianaCalderonalsocompetesinGP3.F1needsLatinAmericantalentandthedriversneedmoneytothriveinaridic-ulouslyexpensivesport, saidStefanJohanssono f Sweden,aformerF1driverwhoracedagainstNelsonPiquetinthe1980s.ÂTheyhaveaflair,a high-emotionkindo f elementaroundthemin racing,ÂŽJohanssonsaid. ÂIdonÂtthinktheflowo f fundingfromthatregion isasgoodasithasbeen, allthewaydownintothe juniorlevels....Intheolddays,someonewithaper-sonalinterestinadrivercouldhelpfinanciallywithalittlebithere,alittlebit there,butnowthatlittlebitissobig.ÂŽAmericanTavoHellmund,whotriedtomake ittoFormulaOneasaracer30yearsagoandlatercreatedthecurrentU.S. andMexicangrandprix, estimatesadriverneeds upwardof$15millionin personalorcorporate sponsorshipstosupportseveralyearsthroughkart-ingandthe j uniorleagues.Latin American drivers facinglong roadtoF1
** The News Herald | Monday, October 29, 2018 C3By Joe ReedyAP Sports WriterLOS ANGELES Â„ Bos-tonÂs bench is a big reason why the Red Sox are one win from their fourth World Series title since 2004. With the Red Sox regu-lars being held in check by the Los Angeles Dodgers, it was pinch-hitters Mitch Moreland and Rafael Devers who came up with huge at-bats as Boston rallied for a 9-6 victory Saturday to take a 3-1 lead in the Series.Moreland hit a threerun homer off Ryan Madson in the seventh inning and Devers singled home Brock Holt with the tiebreaking run in the ninth.BostonÂs pinch-hitters have come up big all Series. Through the first four games, they are 6 for 18 (.333) with two home runs and seven RBIs. The Red Sox are batting .218 overall."The bench has been the key to our entire playoffs," slugger J.D. Martinez said. "The guys that no one expects are the ones who are delivering. It is unreal."MorelandÂs homer to right field on a first-pitch changeup from Ryan Madson was BostonÂs second pinch-hit homer in the World Series. The 1959 Dodgers and 1975 Red Sox are the only other teams with multiple pinch-hit home runs in the same Fall Classic. Not bad for a team that hit only two pinch-hit homers during the course of a 162-game regular season.Moreland joins Bernie Carbo (who had two in 1975), Bobby Kielty (2007) and Eduardo Nunez (Game 1 this year) as Boston players who have homered in a World Series game as pinch-hitters. "With the way we play, weÂre constantly trying to get some guys on base, put pressure on the other side. So we got that chance right there," Moreland said after hitting his third World Series home run. "I saw him throw a couple of changeups to Jackie (Bradley Jr.) up in the zone. I decided, why not sit on that one first pitch? And when he threw it, I saw it pretty good, and put a good swing on it."It was MorelandÂs fourth career postseason homer but first as a pinch-hitter. Prior to that swing, Moreland was batting .250 this postseason (4 for 16) but was 1 for 6 in a pinch-hitting role.Devers was batting .276 (8 for 29) for the postsea-son, and Saturday night was only the third time he has been brought in off the bench. After Holt doubled off Dylan Floro with one out, Devers laced a 2-0 changeup to center, scoring Holt for a 5-4 lead, and the Red Sox went on to score five runs in the ninth.The third baseman, who turned 22 on Wednesday, became the youngest player in World Series history to have a pinchhit, go-ahead RBI in the ninth inning or later. The last player younger than 23 to deliver a pinch-hit RBI in the Fall Classic was PittsburghÂs Milt May in 1971 against Baltimore."I was just ready for my moment to come, whenever that may be," Devers said. "Being in the National League, youÂve got to be ready from the first inning with obviously the pitchers hitting. So I just wanted to be ready for whatever the situa-tion was."Red Sox hitting coach Tim Hyers said BostonÂs bench success can mostly be attributed to first-year manager Alex Cora and the way he has been able to keep everyone involved by always communicating to players about when they will be used during a game."He just has a way of giving them confidence by telling them, ÂI am going to use you here, be ready, be preparedÂ and then it hap-pens," Hyers said. "They are prepared and have con-fidence when they walk out to the batterÂs box because the manager has prepared them to go out and show." Red Sox pinch-hitters come up clutch again in World SeriesBoston Red SoxÂs Mitch Moreland hits a three-run home run off Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Ryan Madson during the seventh inning in Game 4 of the World Series baseball game on Saturday in Los Angeles. [MARK J. TERRILL/AP PHOTO] There is reason for optimism as the Seminoles can lean on veterans like guards Terance Mann, Trent Forrest and P.J. Savoy, Koumadje and sopho-more forwards Mfiondu Kabengele and Wyatt Wilkes.Each player has a defined role. Mann is the Âglue guyÂŽ or leader. Forrest takes over as the starting point guard. Savoy is the 3-point specialist off the bench. Koumadje, at 7-foot-4, blocks or alters shots. Kabengele is a versatile stretch forward who can play multiple positions. Wilkes has refined his jump shot. Sophomore guard M.J. Walker has Âfigured it out,ÂŽ Hamilton said, after an up-and-down freshman season.The Seminoles could be one of the longshots to watch in the ACC. Even without Cofer in the early portion of the season, Hamilton feels that the Seminoles win games by committee.ÂRight now if I had to pick a starting lineup, IÂd say I have a starting eight, but IÂm going to have a starting nine or 10,ÂŽ Hamilton said. ÂWe feel like the strength of our team is in our numbers.ÂŽSome other things to watch this season: RISING STARKabengele hardly looks like the raw pros-pect who had to redshirt in 2016-17 as he began to reshape his body. The 6-foot-10 Kaben-gele dropped 19 pounds and made the most of his 14 minutes per game in 2017-18, contributing 7.2 points and 4.6 rebounds.The nephew of former NBA star Dikembe Mutombo has been fine-tuning his ball handling and 3-point shot, view-ing himself as a valuable piece of the SeminolesÂ season.ÂMy goal is to be the leading rebounder on this team,ÂŽ Kabengele said. ÂBe a rebounder, be a post scorer, be a great screener. Because when I set good screens I get open.ÂŽ WALKER TAKING STEP FORWARDM.J. Walker had bright spots but also low points in an incon-sistent freshman season. The 6-5 Walker dropped 24 points in a road win over Virginia Tech but also frequently saw his 3-point shot miss the mark.Walker has shown signs of going from a contributor off the bench to a potential starter.ÂI have been unbelievably pleased with the progress heÂs made from his freshman year to his sophomore year,ÂŽ Hamilton said. ÂHeÂs a great youngster who gave us a tremendous lift offensively last year, but he was trying to figure it out, and I think heÂs fig-ured it out. His defense has been outstanding. HeÂs playing with an extreme amount of confidence.ÂŽ NICHOLS COULD DROP DIMESFlorida State has only had two graduate trans-fers in menÂs basketball. David Nichols, who played three seasons at Albany, is the first since Jeff Peterson joined the Seminoles in 2011-12.Nichols, a 6-1 guard, accumulated 1,092 points in his sophomore and junior seasons at Albany. He also averaged 3.5 assists in 2017-18. Nichols could be a sixth man off the bench or play in a three-guard lineup. FLORIDAFrom Page C1ÂIf you look at what we did in the game Â„ to turn the ball over, minus-3 turnover ratio. YouÂre not going to win many games doing that. Two of them inside, I think, our own 10-yard line,ÂŽ Mullen said. ÂYou canÂt do that offensively. It just takes possessions from you and flips the field position all night long, giving them those opportunities.ÂŽ Hand those opportuni-ties to the opposition, the Gators did. But it wasnÂt simply the turnover margin where UF failed to turn the tide. All four of the DawgsÂ touchdowns on the night came on third down Â„ a far cry for a defense that had shown a tendency to succeed on third-and-long scenarios. ÂThey score four touch-downs on third down. The situational parts of the game, we canÂt do that. Two of them we had blown coverages on,ÂŽ Mullen added. ÂJust poor execution, and as a team weÂve got to be much cleaner. We got to execute cleaner. You do that, youÂre going to have the opportunity to become the team we want to become. We got a big challenge ahead of us. Our guys, weÂll see how they respond.ÂŽIn what was essentially a season-defining game, the Gators seemed to struggle with sound execution. For Cece Jefferson, a defensive end who pointed to Flor-idaÂs 42-7 loss to Georgia in 2017 as a catalyst for his return, the noticeable drop-off left him speechless.ÂI honestly donÂt have an answer for you. I have to start going through my mind, and IÂm pretty sure other players have to start going through their minds,ÂŽ Jefferson said. ÂYou can never tell what somebodyÂs thinking. All you can really do is watch the film and hear what they got to say and just make corrections off it.ÂŽAs the Gators look to close the season strong Â„ winning out would give UF a 10-win season, a massive turnaround for a program in disarray just a year ago to date Â„ the focal point becomes polishing and altering the aspects of the game that led to SaturdayÂs outcome. However, Jefferson didnÂt shy away from acknowledging the inevitable agony in the defeat.ÂEverybody was disap-pointed. We felt as if we were the better team. We just came out and didnÂt execute the way we were supposed to,ÂŽ Jefferson said. ÂWe just did a lot of things that got us in the situation we were in. And weÂve got to bounce back, you know, the sea-sonÂs not over. ItÂs just one game, things like this happen. WeÂve just got to keep moving forward and keep continuing this season.ÂŽ GATORSFrom Page C1 A 95-yard drive at the start of the third quarter ended with the Eagles taking a 17-6 lead after running back Wendell Smallwood took a screen pass 32 yards into the end zone, but the Jaguars marched 75 yards over nine plays and found the end zone when Bortles connected with Dede Westbrook under the uprights to trim their defi-cit to 17-12.That set the stage for the comeback, but the JaguarsÂ inability to get past the goal line despite two trips into the red zone ended their hopes of a fourth consecutive win at Wembley. NO BLAME FOR BORTLESMarrone said that Bor-tles was not the reason for the JaguarsÂ inability to win. Bortles, who went 24 for 41 with 286 yards and a touchdown, led the team in rushing with 43 yards on eight attempts.ÂHe gave us a chance,ÂŽ Marrone said. ÂHe went out there and gave us a chance. He ran the ball well (and made) quick decisions. I donÂt think we have a problem. I donÂt think heÂs the player that cost us the game. He played well overall. A total team effort.ÂŽ LAST IN LONDONThe game, played before a record, pro-Eagles crowd of 85,870 fans, was the last of three played at Wembley this season. The Jaguars, who have played at the venue since 2013, have a contract to hold one game there annually through the 2020 season. INJURIESPhiladelphia: RT Lane Johnson injured his left knee on the EaglesÂ opening drive and did not return. LT Jason Peters was evaluated for a concussion late in the second quarter but returned after halftime. OLB Kamu Grugier-Hill left in the first half after an unspecified injury but was able to return, and CB Jalen Mills (foot) was injured a minute into the third quarter and missed the rest of the game.Jacksonville: FS Barry Church was evaluated for a concussion midway through the fourth quarter, but scans were negative. CB Quenton Meeks (knee), starting for the injured A.J. Bouye, left in the fourth quarter. LB Telvin Smith (shoulder) and CB Ronnie Harrison (knee) left the game in the second quarter but returned. UP NEXTPhiladelphia: Host the Dallas Cowboys on Nov. 11 after a bye week.Jacksonville: Face the Indianapolis Colts on the road on Nov. 11, also after a bye. LONDONFrom Page C1Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz (11) skips out of a tackle during the second half of an NFL football game against Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley stadium in London Sunday. [MATT DUNHAM/AP PHOTO]
** C4 Monday, October 29, 2018 | The News Herald ODDS PREGAME.COM LINEMAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Today World SeriesFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINEat L.A. Dodgers Off Boston OffNATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION TodayFAVORITE LINE O/U UNDERDOG Golden State 10 226 at Brooklyn at Oklahoma City Off Off Phoenix Utah 3 216 at Dallas at L.A. Clippers 4 228 WashingtonNATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE TodayFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE at Chicago Off Edmonton Off at Los Angeles -149 N.Y. Rangers +139 at Carolina -200 N.Y. Islanders +180 Dallas -144 at Detroit +134 at Vegas -230 Ottawa +210 San Jose -129 at Anaheim +119 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE TodayFAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG Philadelphia 3 3 43 Jacksonville at Pittsburgh 7 8 49 Cleveland at Kansas City 9 10 53 Denver at Chicago 6 7 43 N.Y. Jets Washington Pk 1 44 at N.Y. Giants at Detroit 3 3 48 Seattle at Cincinnati 5 3 54 Tampa Bay Baltimore Pk 2 44 at Carolina Indianapolis +1 3 51 at Oakland San Francisco 1 2 41 at Arizona at L.A. Rams 8 8 56 Green Bay New Orleans +2 1 53 at MinnesotaMondayNew England 11 14 44 at Buffalo Updated odds available at Pregame.com COLLEGE FOOTBALL THE AP TOP 25 RESULTS/ SCHEDULEOct. 25No. 13 West Virginia 58, Baylor 14 Georgia Southern 34, No. 25 Appalachian St. 14FridayNo. 23 Utah 41, UCLA 10SaturdayNo. 2 Clemson 58, Florida State 10 No. 3 Notre Dame 44, Navy 22 Oklahoma State 38, No. 6 Texas 35 No. 7 Georgia 36, No. 9 Florida 17 No. 8 Oklahoma 51, Kansas State 14 No. 12 Kentucky 15, Missouri 14 No. 14 Washington St. 41, No. 24 Stanford 38 California 12, No. 15 Washington 10 Mississippi State 28, No. 16 Texas A&M 13 No. 17 Penn State 30, No. 18 Iowa 24 Arizona 44, No. 19 Oregon 15 Northwestern 31, No. 20 Wisconsin 17 Houston 57, No. 21 South Florida 36 Syracuse 51, No. 22 NC State 41RESULTS/SCHEDULEOct. 23 SOUTHTroy 38, South Alabama 17Oct. 25 EASTWest Virginia 58, Baylor 14SOUTHGeorgia Southern 34, Appalachian State 14 Georgia Tech 49, Virginia Tech 28MIDWESTOhio 52, Ball State 14 Toledo 51, Western Michigan 24FridayÂs Games EASTBoston College 27, Miami 14SOUTHLouisiana Tech 21, FAU 13MIDWESTMinnesota 38, Indiana 31FAR WESTUtah 41, UCLA 10 Wyoming 34, Colorado State 21SaturdayÂs Games EASTCentral Connecticut State 49, Wagner 24 Colgate 38, Georgetown 0 Columbia 17, Yale 10 Dartmouth 24, Harvard 17 Delaware 40, Towson 36 Holy Cross 56, Lehigh 0 Lafayette 21, Fordham 13 Maine 28, Albany (N.Y.) 9 New Hampshire 34, Villanova 0 Penn 13, Brown 7 Penn State 30, Iowa 24 Pittsburgh 54, Duke 45 Princeton 66, Cornell 0 Rhode Island 21, William & Mary 10 Sacred Heart 49, Bryant 26 St. Francis (Pa.) 20, Robert Morris 7 Syracuse 51, NC State 41 UMass 22, UConn 17SOUTHAlabama A&M 27, Alabama St. 10 Austin Peay 41, Tennessee Tech 10 Charlotte 20, Southern Miss. 17 Chattanooga 34, VMI 27 Clemson 59, Florida St. 10 Coastal Carolina 37, Georgia St. 34 Delaware St. 28, NC Central 13 E. Kentucky 31, E. Illinois 23 ETSU 45, W. Carolina 43, 2OT FIU 38, W. Kentucky 17 Florida A&M 38, Morgan St. 3 Furman 28, The Citadel 17 Gardner-Webb 35, Campbell 7 Georgia 36, Florida 17 Grambling St. 45, Ark.-Pine Bluff 38, OT Hampton 51, Va. Lynchburg 28 Jacksonville St. 42, Murray St. 15 James Madison 13, Stony Brook 10 Kennesaw St. 38, Charleston Southern 10 Louisiana-Lafayette 47, Arkansas St. 43 Marist 48, Morehead St. 21 Maryland 63, Illinois 33 McNeese St. 23, Cent. Arkansas 21 Middle Tennessee 51, Old Dominion 17 Mississippi St. 28, Texas A&M 13 Monmouth (NJ) 24, Presbyterian 14 Nicholls 48, Incarnate Word 21 Northwestern St. 31, Houston Baptist 28 SC State 27, Howard 21 SE Missouri 56, UT Martin 33 Savannah St. 32, Norfolk St. 3 South Carolina 27, Tennessee 24 Southern U. 41, Jackson St. 7 Stetson 56, Davidson 53 Virginia 31, North Carolina 21 Wake Forest 56, Louisville 35 Wofford 42, Mercer 21MIDWESTAkron 17, Cent. Michigan 10 Army 37, E. Michigan 22 Dayton 38, Butler 28 Drake 42, Valparaiso 25 Indiana St. 43, Youngstown St. 17 Iowa St. 40, Texas Tech 31 Kansas 27, TCU 26 Kentucky 15, Missouri 14 Michigan St. 23, Purdue 13 N. Dakota St. 59, South Dakota 14 Nebraska 45, Bethune-Cookman 9 Northwestern 31, Wisconsin 17 S. Dakota St. 38, Illinois St. 28 S. Illinois 49, Missouri St. 35 W. Illinois 37, N. Iowa 17 Weber St. 35, North Dakota 30SOUTHWESTAlcorn St. 27, Prairie View 13 Cincinnati 26, SMU 20, OT Houston 57, South Florida 36 Lamar 24, Stephen F. Austin 17 North Texas 41, Rice 17 Oklahoma 51, Kansas St. 14 Oklahoma St. 38, Texas 35 Sam Houston St. 28, SE Louisiana 25 Texas Southern 42, MVSU 14 Texas St. 27, New Mexico St. 20 Tulane 24, Tulsa 17 UAB 19, UTEP 0 Vanderbilt 45, Arkansas 31FAR WESTArizona 44, Oregon 15 Arizona St. 38, Southern California 35 Boise St. 48, Air Force 38 Cal Poly 38, N. Arizona 28 California 12, Washington 10 E. Washington 38, Idaho 14 Fresno State 50, Hawaii 20 Idaho St. 24, Montana St. 17 Nevada 28, San Diego State 24 N. Colorado 42, S. Utah 39 N. Illinois 7, BYU 6 Oregon St. 41, Colorado 34, OT Portland St. 41, Sacramento St. 14 San Diego 59, Jacksonville 35 San Jose St. 50, UNLV 37 UC Davis 49, Montana 21 Utah St. 61, New Mexico 19 Washington St. 41, Stanford 38 PRO BASKETBALL NBAAll times Eastern EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION W L PCT GB Toronto 6 0 1.000 Â„ Boston 4 2 .667 2 Philadelphia 3 3 .500 3 Brooklyn 2 3 .400 3 New York 1 5 .167 5 SOUTHEAST DIVISION W L PCT GB Miami 3 2 .600 Â„ Charlotte 3 4 .429 1 Atlanta 2 3 .400 1 Orlando 2 4 .333 1 Washington 1 4 .200 2 CENTRAL DIVISION W L PCT GB Milwaukee 6 0 1.000 Â„ Detroit 4 1 .800 1 Indiana 4 2 .667 2 Chicago 2 4 .333 4 Cleveland 0 6 .000 6 WESTERN CONFERENCE SOUTHWEST DIVISION W L PCT GB New Orleans 4 1 .800 Â„ San Antonio 3 2 .600 1 Memphis 3 2 .600 1 Dallas 2 3 .400 2 Houston 1 4 .200 3 NORTHWEST DIVISION W L PCT GB Denver 4 1 .800 Â„ Portland 3 1 .750 Utah 3 2 .600 1 Minnesota 2 4 .333 2 Oklahoma City 0 4 .000 3 PACIFIC DIVISION W L PCT GB Golden State 5 1 .833 Â„ L.A. Clippers 3 2 .600 1 Sacramento 3 3 .500 2 L.A. Lakers 2 4 .333 3 Phoenix 1 4 .200 3FridayÂs GamesCharlotte 135, Chicago 106 Golden State 128, New York 100 Toronto 116, Dallas 107 L.A. Clippers 133, Houston 113 Milwaukee 125, Minnesota 95 New Orleans 117, Brooklyn 115 Sacramento 116, Washington 112SaturdayÂs GamesBoston 109, Detroit 89 Utah 132, New Orleans 111 Chicago 97, Atlanta 85 Indiana 119, Cleveland 107 Philadelphia 105, Charlotte 103 Memphis 117, Phoenix 96 Miami 120, Portland 111 Milwaukee 113, Orlando 91 San Antonio 110, L.A. Lakers 106TodayÂs GamesGolden State at Brooklyn, 5 p.m. Phoenix at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m. Utah at Dallas, 7 p.m. Washington at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m.MondayÂs GamesAtlanta at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Portland at Indiana, 7 p.m. Brooklyn at New York, 7:30 p.m. Sacramento at Miami, 7:30 p.m. Golden State at Chicago, 8 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Toronto at Milwaukee, 8 p.m. Dallas at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. New Orleans at Denver, 9 p.m. PRO HOCKEY NHLAll times Eastern EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA Toronto 11 8 3 0 16 41 34 Tampa Bay 10 7 2 1 15 33 27 Montreal 10 6 2 2 14 33 25 Boston 11 6 3 2 14 34 27 Buffalo 11 6 4 1 13 30 33 Ottawa 9 4 4 1 9 32 35 Florida 9 2 4 3 7 28 35 Detroit 10 1 7 2 4 21 41 METROPOLITAN DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA Pittsburgh 9 6 1 2 14 40 26 Carolina 10 6 3 1 13 33 29 Columbus 10 6 4 0 12 36 38 Washington 10 5 3 2 12 39 37 New Jersey 8 5 2 1 11 28 20 N.Y. Islanders 9 4 4 1 9 28 24 Philadelphia 11 4 7 0 8 32 46 N.Y. Rangers 10 3 6 1 7 25 34 WESTERN CONFERENCE CENTRAL DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA Nashville 11 8 3 0 16 38 28 Colorado 12 7 3 2 16 41 27 Winnipeg 12 7 4 1 15 35 32 Minnesota 10 6 2 2 14 29 27 Chicago 11 6 3 2 14 40 41 Dallas 9 5 4 0 10 28 25 St. Louis 10 3 4 3 9 36 39 PACIFIC DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA San Jose 10 5 3 2 12 34 29 Vancouver 12 6 6 0 12 31 40 Edmonton 9 5 3 1 11 27 29 Calgary 11 5 5 1 11 36 40 Anaheim 11 5 5 1 11 27 30 Arizona 10 5 5 0 10 26 20 Vegas 10 4 5 1 9 22 27 Los Angeles 10 2 7 1 5 18 36 2 points for win, 1 point for overtime loss. Top 3 teams in each division and two wild cards per conference advance to playoffs.FridayÂs GamesTampa Bay 3, Vegas 2 Winnipeg 2, Detroit 1 Carolina 4, San Jose 3, SO Colorado 6, Ottawa 3 SaturdayÂs GamesNew Jersey 3, Florida 2 N.Y. Islanders 6, Philadelphia 1 Edmonton 5, Nashville 3 Washington 4, Calgary 3, SO Columbus 5, Buffalo 4, OT Toronto 3, Winnipeg 2 Montreal 3, Boston 0 Minnesota 3, Colorado 2 St. Louis 7, Chicago 3 Arizona 7, Tampa Bay 1 Pittsburgh 5, Vancouver 0TodayÂs GamesN.Y. Rangers at Los Angeles, 3:30 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Carolina, 5 p.m. Dallas at Detroit, 5 p.m. Edmonton at Chicago, 6 p.m. Ottawa at Vegas, 8 p.m. San Jose at Anaheim, 8 p.m.MondayÂs GamesCalgary at Toronto, 7 p.m. Minnesota at Vancouver, 10 p.m. AUTO RACING NASCAR MONSTER ENERGY CUP70TH ANNUAL FIRST DATA 500 LINEUPAfter SaturdayÂs qualifying, race today, at Martinsville Speedway, Martinsville, Va.(Car number in parenetheses) 1. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 96.254 mph. 2. (14) Clint Bowyer, Ford, 96.122. 3. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 96.112. 4. (12) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 96.093. 5. (10) Aric Almirola, Ford, 96.058. 6. (78) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 95.932. 7. (41) Kurt Busch, Ford, 95.883. 8. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 95.781. 9. (19) Daniel Suarez, Toyota, 95.704. 10. (42) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 95.607. 11. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 95.516. 12. (24) William Byron, Chevrolet, 95.266. 13. (4) Kevin Harvick, Ford, 95.530. 14. (38) David Ragan, Ford, 95.472. 15. (37) Chris Buescher, Chevrolet, 95.444. 16. (88) Alex Bowman, Chevrolet, 95.434. 17. (47) AJ Allmendinger, Chevrolet, 95.352. 18. (31) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 95.323. 19. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 95.208. 20. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 95.184. 21. (9) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 95.146. 22. (34) Michael McDowell, Ford, 95.084. 23. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 95.079. 24. (20) Erik Jones, Toyota, 95.027. 25. (15) Ross Chastain, Chevrolet, 95.165. 26. (13) Ty Dillon, Chevrolet, 95.132. 27. (6) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 95.094. 28. (3) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 95.079. 29. (32) Matt DiBenedetto, Ford, 95.070. 30. (95) Regan Smith, Chevrolet, 94.960. 31. (72) Cole Whitt, Chevrolet, 94.411. 32. (43) Bubba Wallace, Chevrolet, 94.387. 33. (96) DJ Kennington, Toyota, 93.919. 34. (23) JJ Yeley, Toyota, 93.719. 35. (00) Joey Gase, Chevrolet, 93.088. 36. (51) Jeb Burton, Chevrolet, 92.878. 37. (66) Timmy Hill, Toyota, 92.678. 38. (7) Hermie Sadler III, Chevrolet, 92.497. 39. (21) Paul Menard, Ford, 90.000. 40. (99) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, 0.000.NASCAR CAMPING WORLD TRUCKTEXAS ROADHOUSE 200Saturday at Martinsville Speedway, Martinsville, Va. Lap length: 0.526 miles(Start position in parentheses)1. (8) Johnny Sauter, Chevrolet, 200. 2. (17) Brett MofÂ“ tt, Toyota, 200. 3. (16) Myatt Snider, Ford, 200. 4. (4) Ben Rhodes, Ford, 200. 5. (5) Kyle Benjamin, Toyota, 200. 6. (13) Justin Haley, Chevrolet, 200. 7. (3) Noah Gragson, Toyota, 200. 8. (2) Harrison Burton, Toyota, 200. 9. (12) Christian Eckes, Toyota, 200. 10. (9) Timothy Peters, Chevrolet, 200. 11. (11) Stewart Friesen, Chevrolet, 200. 12. (1) Todd Gilliland, Toyota, 200. 13. (10) Matt Crafton, Ford, 200. 14. (6) Grant EnÂ“ nger, Ford, 200. 15. (22) Jeb Burton, Toyota, 200. 16. (14) Parker Kligerman, Chevrolet, 200. 17. (25) Tyler Dippel, Chevrolet, 200. 18. (19) Tyler Ankrum, Toyota, 200. 19. (15) Sheldon Creed, Chevrolet, 200. 20. (7) Austin Hill, Chevrolet, 200. 21. (27) Chase Purdy, Chevrolet, 200. 22. (21) Kyle Donahue, Chevrolet, 200. 23. (29) Austin Wayne Self, Chevrolet, 200. 24. (23) Dawson Cram, Chevrolet, 199. 25. (24) DJ Kennington, Chevrolet, 199. 26. (26) Jordan Anderson, Chevrolet, 199. 27. (28) Justin Fontaine, Chevrolet, 197. 28. (31) Brad Foy, Chevrolet, 194. 29. (32) Jennifer Jo Cobb, Chevrolet, 189. 30. (18) John Hunter Nemechek, Chevrolet, Rear Gear, 177. 31. (30) Tanner Thorson, Chevrolet, Brakes, 137. 32. (20) Chad Finley, Chevrolet, Accident, 35.Race StatisticsAverage Speed of Race Winner: 69.299 mph. Time of Race: 1 Hour, 31 Minutes, 5 Seconds. Margin of Victory: 4.572 Seconds. Caution Flags: 6 for 43 laps. Lead Changes: 5 among 4 drivers. Lap Leaders: T. Gilliland 1-39; J. Sauter 40105; K. Benjamin 106-111; J. Sauter 112-159; M. Snider 160-166; J. Sauter 167-200. Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Lead, Laps Led): J. Sauter 3 times for 148 laps; T. Gilliland 1 time for 39 laps; M. Snider 1 time for 7 laps; K. Benjamin 1 time for 6 laps.FORMULA ONEMEXICAN GRAND PRIX LINEUPAfter Saturday qualifying, race today, at Hermanos Rodriguez Racetrack, Mexico City Lap length: 2.67 milesThird Session1. Daniel Ricciardo, Australia, Red Bull, 1:14.759. 2. Max Verstappen, Netherlands, Red Bull, 1:14.785. 3. Lewis Hamilton, Britain, Mercedes GP, 1:14.894. 4. Sebastian Vettel, Germany, Ferrari, 1:14.970. 5. Valtteri Bottas, Finland, Mercedes GP, 1:15.160. 6. Kimi Raikkonen, Finland, Ferrari, 1:15.330. 7. Nico Hulkenberg, Germany, Renault, 1:15.827. 8. Carlos Sainz, Spain, Renault, 1:16.084. 9. Charles Leclerc, Monaco, Sauber-Ferrari, 1:16.189. 10. Marcus Ericsson, Sweden, Sauber-Ferrari, 1:16.513.Eliminated after second session11. Esteban Ocon, France, Force India, 1:16.844. 12. Fernando Alonso, Spain, McLaren, 1:16.844. 13. Sergio Perez, Mexico, Force India, 1:16.871. 14. Brendon Hartley, New Zealand, Scuderia Toro Rosso, 1:17.167.Eliminated after Â“ rst session15. Pierre Gasly, France, Scuderia Toro Rosso, 1:17.184. 16. Romain Grosjean, France, Haas F1, 1:16.911. 17. Stoffel Vandoorne, Belgium, McLaren, 1:16.966. 18. Kevin Magnussen, Denmark, Haas F1, 1:17.599. 19. Lance Stroll, Canada, Williams, 1:17.689. 20. Sergey Sirotkin, Russia, Williams, 1:17.886.NHRA MELLO YELLO DRAG RACINGTOYOTA NA TIONALSFriday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas Qualifying continued Saturday for todayÂs Â“ nal eliminations.Top Fuel1. Clay Millican, 3.699 seconds, 327.82 mph. 2. Steve Torrence, 3.738, 324.67. 3. Brittany Force, 3.747, 328.94. 4. Antron Brown, 3.766, 324.28. 5. Tony Schumacher, 3.772, 330.15. 6. Leah Pritchett, 3.781, 319.52. 7. Doug Kalitta, 3.790, 321.50. 8. Billy Torrence, 3.799, 325.30. 9. Richie Crampton, 3.799, 318.39. 10. Troy Buff, 3.804, 308.57. 11. Scott Palmer, 3.814, 326.63. 12. Blake Alexander, 3.815, 323.66. 13. Terry Haddock, 4.018, 295.21. 14. Shawn Reed, 4.219, 207.40. 15. Mike Salinas, 4.415, 179.66. 16. Terry McMillen, 4.726, 159.82. Not QualiÂ“ ed: 17. Greg Carrillo, 6.878, 83.75.Funny Car1. Jack Beckman, Dodge Charger, 3.922, 327.19. 2. Courtney Force, Chevy Camaro, 3.926, 328.46. 3. Robert Hight, Camaro, 3.927, 328.38. 4. Tommy Johnson Jr., Charger, 3.928, 324.28. 5. John Force, Camaro, 3.939, 330.23. 6. Tim Wilkerson, Ford Mustang, 3.961, 320.28. 7. Cruz Pedregon, Toyota Camry, 3.968, 323.04. 8. Shawn Langdon, Camry, 3.969, 321.27. 9. Bob Tasca III, Mustang, 3.970, 319.52. 10. Ron Capps, Charger, 4.009, 323.58. 11. Matt Hagan, Charger, 4.022, 320.13. 12. Jonnie Lindberg, Mustang, 4.050, 314.24. 13. Jim Campbell, Charger, 4.054, 312.06. 14. Richard Townsend, Camry, 4.060, 308.50. 15. Bob Bode, Mustang, 4.253, 265.74. 16. J.R. Todd, Camry, 4.301, 225.33. Not QualiÂ“ ed: 17. Gary Densham, 4.415, 202.55. 18. Jeff Arend, 5.828, 117.89.Pro Stock1. Greg Anderson, Chevy Camaro, 6.638, 205.57. 2. Drew Skillman, Camaro, 6.641, 206.64. 3. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.641, 205.88. 4. Erica Enders, Camaro, 6.642, 207.08. 5. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.644, 207.75. 6. Alex Laughlin, Camaro, 6.645, 205.44. 7. Jeg Coughlin, Camaro, 6.648, 206.95. 8. Jason Line, Camaro, 6.648, 206.42. 9. Vincent Nobile, Camaro, 6.653, 203.89. 10. Bo Butner, Camaro, 6.656, 207.59. 11. Tanner Gray, Camaro, 6.669, 206.32. 12. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.672, 206.61. 13. Alan Prusiensky, Dodge Dart, 6.675, 205.44. 14. Fernando Cuadra, Camaro, 6.686, 206.26. 15. Kenny Delco, Camaro, 6.693, 204.29. 16. Steve Graham, Camaro, 6.742, 204.08. Not QualiÂ“ ed: 17. Val Smeland, 6.829, 202.70. 18. Tom Huggins, 6.848, 201.82. 19. Joey Grose, 6.894, 199.79.Pro Stock Motorcycle1. Eddie Krawiec, Harley-Davidson, 6.859, 195.65. 2. Hector Arana Jr, EBR, 6.863, 195.93. 3. Hector Arana, EBR, 6.882, 196.24. 4. Andrew Hines, Harley-Davidson, 6.911, 193.43. 5. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 6.926, 189.39. 6. LE Tonglet, Suzuki, 6.931, 194.32. 7. Matt Smith, EBR, 6.936, 195.34. 8. Chip Ellis, Harley-Davidson, 6.937, 193.24. 9. Angie Smith, Buell, 6.949, 191.05. 10. Angelle Sampey, Buell, 6.956, 190.78. 11. Jerry Savoie, Suzuki, 6.965, 194.32. 12. Scotty Pollacheck, Suzuki, 6.969, 190.11. 13. Kelly Clontz, Suzuki, 6.972, 190.97. 14. Ryan Oehler, Buell, 6.990, 194.27. 15. Mark Paquette, Buell, 6.992, 188.49. 16. Katie Sullivan, Suzuki, 7.000, 192.74. Not QualiÂ“ ed: 17. Freddie Camarena, 7.040, 191.57. 18. Ron Tornow, 7.071, 188.02. 19. Cory Reed, 7.134, 190.83. 20. Maurice Allen, 7.230, 184.50. 21. Anthony Vanetti, 7.271, 184.62. 22. Karen Stoffer, 8.130, 117.21. GOLF WORLD GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPSHSBC CHAMPIONSSaturdayÂs leaders at Sheshan International Golf Club, Shanghai. Purse: $10 million. Yardage: 7,261; Par: 72Third RoundTony Finau 66-67-70Â„203 Xander Schauffele 66-71-69Â„206 Justin Rose 69-67-70Â„206 Patrick Reed 64-72-70Â„206 Andrew Putnam 70-71-67Â„208 Tommy Fleetwood 68-68-72Â„208 Keegan Bradley 69-70-70Â„209 Kiradech Aphibarnrat 68-71-70Â„209 Jason Day 71-70-69Â„210 Thorbjorn Olesen 75-69-67Â„211 Billy Horschel 68-72-71Â„211 Patrick Cantlay 70-68-73Â„211 Andrea Pavan 72-71-69Â„212 Thomas Pieters 75-64-74Â„213 Emiliano Grillo 70-69-74Â„213 Haotong Li 73-72-69Â„214 C.T. Pan 68-76-70Â„214 Alex Noren 74-69-71Â„214 Adam Scott 69-73-72Â„214 Rafa Cabrera Bello 68-73-73Â„214 Ian Poulter 69-71-74Â„214 Satoshi Kodaira 72-73-70Â„215 Alexander Bjork 70-75-70Â„215 Paul Casey 73-68-74Â„215 Ryan Fox 70-70-75Â„215 Adam Hadwin 74-68-74Â„216 Tyrrell Hatton 72-70-74Â„216 Brooks Koepka 72-74-71Â„217 Matthew Fitzpatrick 67-80-70Â„217 Alexander Levy 71-70-76Â„217 Kyle Stanley 70-69-78Â„217 Matt Wallace 69-75-74Â„218 Chez Reavie 70-73-75Â„218 Jon Rahm 73-76-69Â„218 Scott Vincent 73-73-73Â„219 George Coetzee 69-74-76Â„219 Justin Harding 76-71-72Â„219 Branden Grace 72-71-76Â„219 Erik Van Rooyen 76-72-71Â„219 Hideki Matsuyama 72-70-77Â„219 Yechun Yuan 78-71-70Â„219 Pat Perez 70-69-80Â„219 Brandt Snedeker 75-76-68Â„219 Byeong Hun an 75-71-74Â„220 Jason Norris 74-73-73Â„220 Dustin Johnson 74-73-73Â„220 Cameron Smith 76-72-72Â„220 Sanghyun Park 77-71-72Â„220 Yuta Ikeda 75-74-71Â„220 Patton Kizzire 74-71-76Â„221 Sihwan Kim 72-74-75Â„221 Wenchong Liang 72-73-76Â„221 Adam Bland 72-76-73Â„221 Oliver Bekker 77-71-73Â„221 John Catlin 75-71-76Â„222 Adrian Otaegui 72-75-75Â„222 Andy Sullivan 72-71-79Â„222 Xinjun Zhang 72-76-74Â„222 Charley Hoffman 74-75-74Â„223 Rory McIlroy 72-77-75Â„224 Jason Scrivener 75-74-75Â„224 Gaganjeet Bhullar 72-72-81Â„225 Julian Suri 74-75-76Â„225 Jorge Campillo 73-77-75Â„225 Ashun Wu 73-80-72Â„225 Brandon Stone 74-80-71Â„225 Kevin Na 75-74-77Â„226 Francesco Molinari 76-75-75Â„226 Brian Harman 73-73-81Â„227 Russell Knox 74-77-76Â„227 JC Ritchie 71-76-81Â„228 Yuki Inamori 74-82-73Â„229 Lucas Bjerregaard 77-74-79Â„230 Brett Rumford 73-80-78Â„231 Yanwei Liu 75-79-77Â„231 Shubhankar Sharma 80-80-72Â„232 Bowen Xiao 76-79-80Â„235PGA TOURSANDERSON F ARMS CHAMPIONSHIPSaturdayÂs leaders at Country Club of Jackson, Jackson, Miss. Purse: $4.4 million. Yardage: 7,440; Par: 72Third RoundCameron Champ 65-70-64Â„199 Corey Conners 71-68-64Â„203 D.J. Trahan 67-70-67Â„204 Shawn Stefani 68-68-68Â„204 Sam Burns 69-70-66Â„205 Martin Laird 72-67-66Â„205 Dylan Meyer 71-67-68Â„206 Bill Haas 70-70-67Â„207 Lucas Glover 68-72-67Â„207 Talor Gooch 71-68-68Â„207 Matt Every 68-71-68Â„207 Andres Romero 67-71-69Â„207 Chad Ramey 67-70-70Â„207 Seth Reeves 67-70-70Â„207 Denny McCarthy 71-68-69Â„208 Anders Albertson 71-70-67Â„208 Adam Schenk 70-68-70Â„208 Sam Saunders 69-69-70Â„208 Rory Sabbatini 67-73-69Â„209 Vaughn Taylor 69-70-70Â„209 Patrick Rodgers 70-69-70Â„209 Nate Lashley 69-70-70Â„209 Seamus Power 71-68-70Â„209 Roberto Castro 71-71-67Â„209 Stephan Jaeger 72-70-67Â„209 Carlos Ortiz 69-69-71Â„209 Scott Stallings 70-67-72Â„209 Jonathan Byrd 68-68-73Â„209 Hudson Swafford 69-68-72Â„209 John Chin 71-69-70Â„210 Alex Cejka 70-71-69Â„210 Jonas Blixt 73-68-69Â„210 Robert Garrigus 68-71-71Â„210 Robert Streb 67-72-71Â„210 Tom Lovelady 71-71-68Â„210 Ryan Blaum 73-67-71Â„211 Nick Taylor 69-71-71Â„211 Ben Silverman 75-65-71Â„211 Kyoung-Hoon Lee 72-68-71Â„211 Nicholas Lindheim 70-71-70Â„211 J.T. Poston 71-68-72Â„211 Harris English 71-72-68Â„211 Norman Xiong 68-67-76Â„211 Scott Langley 68-73-71Â„212 Hayden Buckley 75-67-70Â„212 Hunter Mahan 72-71-69Â„212 Wyndham Clark 74-69-69Â„212 Curtis Luck 69-71-73Â„213 Scottie SchefÂ” er 68-72-73Â„213 Wes Roach 71-70-72Â„213 Cameron Tringale 66-73-74Â„213 J.J. Henry 70-69-74Â„213 Alex Prugh 70-72-71Â„213 Dawson Armstrong 69-73-71Â„213 Richy Werenski 69-73-71Â„213 Johnson Wagner 72-70-71Â„213 Chris Thompson 73-70-70Â„213 Martin Piller 70-70-74Â„214 Brady Schnell 70-71-73Â„214 Adam Svensson 71-71-72Â„214 Ryan Armour 70-73-71Â„214 Jonathan Randolph 74-69-71Â„214 Stuart Appleby 73-70-72Â„215 Derek Ernst 72-71-72Â„215 Dylan Frittelli 72-71-72Â„215 Jos de Jess Rodrguez 72-69-75Â„216 Sebastin Muoz 72-67-77Â„216 Fabin Gmez 69-73-74Â„216 Doug Ghim 70-73-74Â„217 Billy Hurley III 70-73-74Â„217 Parker McLachlin 72-71-74Â„217 Tim Wilkinson 72-71-78Â„221Failed to Make the Cut Brian Stuard 72-72Â„144 Josh Teater 71-73Â„144 John Merrick 76-68Â„144 Hank Lebioda 73-71Â„144 Max Homa 73-71Â„144 Kevin Dougherty 70-74Â„144 Trey Mullinax 72-72Â„144 Aaron Baddeley 74-70Â„144 Jhonattan Vegas 68-76Â„144 Sepp Straka 70-74Â„144 Brandon Hagy 70-75Â„145 Brendon de Jonge 73-72Â„145 David Hearn 71-74Â„145 Sungjae Im 72-73Â„145 Cameron Davis 73-72Â„145 Chad Collins 73-72Â„145 Kevin Stadler 70-75Â„145 Matt Jones 73-72Â„145 Martin Trainer 74-71Â„145 Maverick McNealy 75-70Â„145 Tim Herron 73-73Â„146 Brandon Harkins 74-72Â„146 Kramer Hickok 78-68Â„146 Wilson Furr 76-70Â„146 Sean OÂHair 76-70Â„146 Peter Malnati 75-71Â„146 Retief Goosen 73-73Â„146 Jim Herman 72-74Â„146 George McNeill 71-75Â„146 John Huh 71-75Â„146 Tom Hoge 73-73Â„146 Chris Kirk 74-73Â„147 Cody Gribble 77-70Â„147 Ricky Barnes 75-72Â„147 Kevin Streelman 69-78Â„147 Julin Etulain 71-76Â„147 Kyle Jones 75-73Â„148 Roberto Daz 74-74Â„148 Eric Axley 72-76Â„148 Chad Campbell 73-75Â„148 Tyler Duncan 75-73Â„148 Chase Wright 73-75Â„148 SCOREBOARD Today COLLEGE GOLF 2 p.m. GOLF Â„ East Lake Cup, Individual championships, at Atlanta NBA 7 p.m. NBA Â„ L.A. Lakers at Minnesota NFL 7:15 p.m. ESPN Â„ New England at Buffalo (ESPN Deportes simulcast on ESPN2) SOCCER 3 p.m. NBCSN Â„ Premier League, Tottenham vs. Manchester CityON THE AIR The Associated PressNEW ORLEANS Â„ Ricky Rubio had 28 points and 12 assists, Rudy Gobert had 25 points and 14 rebounds, and the Utah Jazz became the first team this season to beat the New Orleans Pelicans, 132-111 on Saturday night.New Orleans played without star forward Anthony Davis. He was ruled out shortly before the game because of his sprained right elbow Â„ an injury through which heÂd played in a victory a night earlier over Brooklyn.The Davis-Gobert matchup has been a com-petitive and compelling one in recent seasons. With Davis out, Gobert had his best game of the young season. HeÂd come in averaging 14.5 points and had not scored more than 19 points in a game this season. Rubio, who set up several Gobert dunks with alley-oop lobs, was averaging just 6 points coming in and hadnÂt scored more than 13 in a game.Nikola Mirotic scored 25 points for the Pelicans.CELTICS 109, PISTONS 89: Jaylen Brown scored 19 points, Marcus Morris added 18 and Boston handed Detroit its Â“ rst loss of the season. Andre Drummond had 18 points and eight rebounds, and Stanley Johnson scored a season-high 16 for Detroit. The Pistons won their Â“ rst four games of the season for the Â“ rst time since 200809. The Celtics opened up a 103-74 lead with 5:15 left to play, cruising to a win in the Â“ rst of consecutive games between the teams. 76ERS 105, HORNETS 103: Joel Embiid had 27 points and 14 rebounds, and J.J. Redick and Robert Covington hit key 3-pointers late to lead Philadelphia past Charlotte. Embiid was a game-time decision after injuring his left ankle in practice Friday. Covington had 18 points and 10 rebounds, and Ben Simmons added 14 points and 12 rebounds. Kemba Walker scored 37 points for Charlotte. BULLS 97, HAWKS 85: Zach LaVine scored 27 points and Chicago was 7 of 10 from 3-point range in the fourth quarter to pull away from Atlanta. Jabari Parker scored half of his 18 points in the fourth quarter for the Bulls. Rookie Wendell Carter Jr. had 10 points and 10 rebounds while playing his Â“ rst NBA game in his hometown. Taurean Prince led Atlanta with 16 points. PACERS 119 CAVALIERS 107: Bojan Bogdanovic scored 25 points, Victor Oladipo had 24 and Indiana beat Cleveland to drop the Cavaliers to 0-6. Cleveland is off to its worst start since losing its Â“ rst seven games in the 1995-96 season. Rodney Hood led the Cavaliers with 17 points. GRIZZLIES 117, SUNS 96: Marc Gasol scored 19 points, Mike Conley added 18 and Memphis took a big lead in the Â“ rst half before coasting past Phoenix. MarShon Brooks matched Conley with 18 points, Garrett Temple added 15, and Wayne Selden 14. Deandre Ayton, the top pick in last summerÂs draft, scored 24 points Â„ tops for his young season Â„ and had eight rebounds. But Ayton didnÂt get a lot of offensive help as the Suns played without leading scorer Devin Booker, who is nursing a left hamstring strain. HEAT 120, TRAIL BLAZERS 111: Goran Dragic scored 28 points, Dwyane Wade and Kelly Olynyk each had 19 and Miami scrambled in the Â“ nal minutes to beat Portland. The Heat let a 19-point lead slip away entirely, and then found themselves trailing twice in the fourth quarter before outscoring Portland 19-7 in the Â“ nal 3:52. DragicÂs 3-pointer with just under a minute left all but sealed the win for Miami, putting the Heat up nine. Damian Lillard had 42 points for Portland. BUCKS 113, MAGIC 91: Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 21 points and Khris Middleton had 18 and Milwaukee beat Orlando to improve to 6-0, one shy of the record set by the 197172 team. Antetokounmpo added seven rebounds in a season-low 19 minutes. Nikola Vucevic had 16 points and nine rebounds for Orlando. SPURS 110, LAKERS 106: DeMar DeRozan had 30 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists and the Spurs rallied in the fourth quarter, overcoming 35 points and 11 rebounds from LeBron James to beat Los Angeles. The SpursÂ Â“ rst lead came at 93-91 with 10 minutes remaining when DeRozan laid in his own miss after beating three Lakers to the rebound. San Antonio would built the lead to eight points before James cut it to 106-105 with four straight points an assist to Josh Hart on a 3-pointer. DeRozan responded with a fadeaway jumper on Hart with 15.9 seconds remaining to help preserve the lead and the eventual win. Rudy Gay added 16 points and LaMarcus Aldridge had 15 points as the Spurs beat the Lakers for the second time in a week.Rubio, Jazz, beat Davis-less PelicansUtah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) goes to the basket against New Orleans Pelicans forward Nikola Mirotic (3) in the Â“ rst half Saturday in New Orleans. 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Equal Opportunity Employer 21796 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAY COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION CASE NO.: 03-2018-CA-000823 DIVISION BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON TRUST COMPANY, N.A. AS TRUSTEE FOR MORTGAGE ASSETS MANAGEMENT SERIES I TRUST, Plaintiff, vs. THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST THE ESTATE OF EDITH M. GARRETT, DECEASED, et al, Defendant(s). NOTICE OF ACTION To: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST THE ESTATE OF EDITH M. GARRETT, DECEASED; Last Known Address: Unknown Current Address: Unknown ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS. Last Known Address: Unknown Current Address: Unknown YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following property in Bay County, Florida: A PARCEL OF LAND BEGINNING 430 FEET NORTH OF THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LOT 4, BLOCK 19, HIGHLAND CITY PLAT; THENCE WEST 135 FEET; THENCE NORTH 200 FEET; THENCE EAST 135 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 200 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN 1996 CAVALCADE DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME LOCATED THEREON WITH VIN LCA0695580S25151A AND VIN LCA0695580S25151B; TITLE NUMBERS 69591104 AND 69591105. A/K/A 2932 MARLBORO AVE, PANAMA CITY, FL 32405 has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses within 30 days after the first publication, if any, on Albertelli Law, PlaintiffÂ’s attorney, whose address is P.O. Box 23028, Tampa, FL 33623, and file the original with this Court either before service on PlaintiffÂ’s attorney, or immediately thereafter; otherwise, a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint or petition. This notice shall be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in the News Herald Bay. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this court on this 10th day of October, 2018 Clerk of the Circuit Court By: Sharon Chambers Deputy Clerk **See the Americans with Disabilities Act If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at P. O. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 or by phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than seven (7) days. If you are hearing impaired, please call 711. Pub: October 29, November 5, 2018 22083 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN AND FOR BAY COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 17000225CA CROSSCOUNTRY MORTGAGE, INC., Plaintiff, VS. UNKNOWN HEIRS, BENEFICIARIES, DEVISEES, SURVIVING SPOUSE, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEE, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE ESTATE OF LEE R. SMITH (DECEASED); et al., Defendant(s) NOTICE OF ACTION (Publish in THE NEWS HERALD) TO: UNKNOWN HEIRS, BENEFICIARIES, DEVISEES, SURVIVING SPOUSE, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEE, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE ESTATE OF LEE R. SMITH (DECEASED) Last Known Residence: Unknown YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following property in Bay County, Florida: THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOT(S) PIECE(S) OR PARCEL(S) OF LAND, SITUATE LYING AND BEING IN THE COUNTY OF BAY STATE OF FLORIDA TO-WIT: LOT 4, BLOCK 5, FIRST ADDITION TO OLD ORCHARD BEING SUDDUTH REALTY COMPANYÂ’S SIXTEENTH ADDITION TO PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA PLAT BOOK 8 PAGE 1 has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on ALDRIDGE | PITE, LLP, PlaintiffÂ’s attorney, at 1615 South Congress Avenue, Suite 200, Delray Beach, FL 33445, on or before 30 days from first publication and file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on PlaintiffÂ’s attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition. Dated on September 26, 2018. 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