Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
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Newspaper
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English
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Jackson County Floridan
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
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United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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30.776389 x -85.238056

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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MIUNNA FIRE DEPARTMENT








PHOTOS BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
This (K-9 appears to have alerted on a section of the black
Toyota Corolla pulled over Wednesday on State Road 71
South.


Manhunt



ensues after




traffic stop

PHOTOSiBY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
Aquitls Pittman, a second-grader at Golson Elementary School, won the coloring contest put on by the Marlanna Fire From staff report who ran. One occupant of Department as part of Fire Safety Week.The youngster received a $25 gift certificate tothe Milkand Honey yogurtshop. More than a dozen car stayed put and was He also received a certificate and a letter of appreciation from MPD Fire Chief Nikki Lovett. The youngster is shown here than a dozen law detained for questioning.
enforcement officers re- His identity was not imwith (from left) MFD personnel Aaron Neel, "Rescue" and Lovett. enforcement officers re- is identity was not imsponded around 3 p.m. mediately released. DM FWednesday afternoon Witnesses said the other
when a man got out of a individual got out of the Scar and-tan after the vehi- black Toyota Corolla after eumecle he.was in was stopped it came to a stop in the byfldr, ida Highway-Pa- median near the Pilot/ d bt ho trol tr6per because of an Arby's complex on State
alleged traffic violation. Road71 South, the busiest Officials said information Interstate 10 corridor in
was still sketchy early in Marianna. The person
BY EBORAH UCKALTER the search, but did con- then ran through the ArBY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com firm that he driver was by's restaurant and kept
suspected:, of speeding. going, without approachU I It was not immediately ing or speaking to anyone
When Fire Safety Week rolled around last month, known whetheit was the
the Marianna Fire Department used that awareness driver or the :.passenger See CHASE, Page 7A
opportunity to involve children in the debut of the department's new mascot fire dog, a costume that was paid .for through a grant and assistance from the Marianna Optimist Club.
For years, the city had borrowed "Sparky" from Jackson County Fire Rescue when it needed a mascot for school presentations and other events. As Sparky aged and started needing occasional restitching and other repair, MFD

See RESCUE, Page 7A


Elementary School, won the contest sponsored by
the Marianna Fire Department in order to find a name for the department's new fire dog mascot. Basford prevailed by offering.up the name "Rescue:'."
He also received a certificate and a letter of This is a closer look at the car pulled over Wednesday. The
appreciation from MPD Fire Chief Nikki Lovett. The car bears a Florida license plate and, on the front panel, a
youngster is shown here with "Rescue" and Lovett. University of Miami tag.




Police Care pa r held
- IN GREASED PIG AND

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER morning and can be called upon at good number of them showed up CALF SCRAM BLE
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com any hour if she has a need or con- for lunch.
cern. Angels," she called them as a The Wednesday meal at Madison's Christine Clemmons has a one- trio of the officers came by her table Restaurant was arranged by MPD word description for the Marianna to visit at lunch on Wednesday. She Chie& Hayes Baggett. He does a Police Department dispatchers and 67 other elders are signed up who make sure she's all right every for the free Police Care service. A See CARE, Page 7A








COHTRIBUTED PHOTO BY SANDRA SOLGER
Marianna High School's Future Farmers of America organization had four competitors in the Greased Pig and Calf Scramble at this year's National Peanut Festival. Marianna did well; the team walked away with two calves and a pig as winnings. Students keep the animals they catch and they At a Police Care luncheon Wednesday (from left, standing), become part of the students FFA Supervised Agricultural PHOTOS BYDEBORAH BUCKHALTERPFLORIDAN Marianne Police Department dispatchers Vicki Geist, Frances pogras. Over the last eight years, MHS FFA has returned Marianna police Chief Hayes Baggett (center) visits with Yon and Irene Williams made the rounds visiting Christine from the competition with l5 calves and 10 pigs. Thisyear's Police Careparticipants Annie Mae Jackson, 95, and 99-y Clemmons (seated) and the other people they talk contestants were (from left) Kaulder Kressman, Garrett old Laura Worlds befom the annual pre-Thanksgiving Day morning as three of the people in charge of making Police Care Williams, Jeb Bruner and Dustyn Sweeney. This picture was luncheon at Madison's Restaurant, a meal which the Marianne calls. Other dispatch who a involved but not pictured are n immediately after the competion, wit evidence of Police Department hosts for the Police Care team. Candace Howell and Fianna Ballay their hard-fought scramble still staining their clothes.
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THURSDAY, NOV. 7 Participants meet in a group with skilled Lifestyle Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Publisher Valeria Roberts ) Toys for Tots applications- Anchorage coach to learn Way to incorporate healthier eating
Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- and moderate physical activity into.their daily lives SATURDAY, NOV. 9 vroberts@jcfloridan.com applications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys. and discuss modest lifestyle changes. Call 526-2412
piainwilbtaeuninonoDe.6Altos-ext. 282. )) Toys for Tots applications Anchorage
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski will be distributed on Dec. 21 startingat 10 a.m. Children's Home, 4452 Clinto St., Marianna. Apdoberski@jcfloridan.com ) International Chat'n' Sip 8:30-10 a.m. at the FRIDAY, NOV. 8 plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys
Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m.
CONTACT US Marianna. Learning Center staff and their inter- ) Toys for Tots applications Anchorage ) Benefit yard sale 7 a.m. Fellowship Hall at
national English learners invite the public for the Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- Faith Haven Assembly of God Church on U. S. 90 Telephone: 850-526-3614 exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys in Grand Ridge, FL. To assist Sandra Jeter with the
FAX: 850-482-4478 environment. Light refreshments served. No charge. will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m. cost of travel and other expenses related to her
Mail: editorial@jcfloridan.cOm Call 482-9124. Benefit yard sale 7 a.m. Fellowship Hall at upcoming cancer surgery. Call 592-5404.
Street Address: ) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. -1 p.m. St. Anne's Faith Haven Assembly of God Church on J. S. 90 Annual craft fair 9 a.m. to 2 p.m; Panhandle
4403 Constitution Lane Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call 482- in Grand Ridge, FL. To assist Sandra Jeter with the Pionee cr Settlement, 17869 NW Pioneer Pettlement
3734. cost of travel and other expenses related to her Pion Stlement 17869 N oneslmn
Marianna, FL 32448 ud., cancer surgery. Call 592-5404.
i H Veterans Program 9 a.m. Grand RidgeSchool upcoming cancer surgery. Call 592-5404. sd onts tours. Fair is free. Tours $6 for
Office Hours: in the new gym. Inspirational speakers, Veterans Chipola College Spring registration 8 a.m. adults and adolescents over 12. Children under 12
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. recognition and patriotic singing. Door prizes, to 3 p.m. for new and returning students. Call 718- $3. Seniors (55 and up) $3.50. Must reserve space
Brunch following program. All veterans and family 2211. for crafts by Oct. 31.
MISS YOUR PAPER? invited' D Veterans Day Program 8:30 a..m. Riverside ) Survival, Preparedness, Homesteading Expo
You should receive your newspaper no later ))"Coping with the Holidays, Following a Loss" Elementary School 2958 Cherokee St., Marianna. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wausau Possum Palace, Wausau.
Grief Workshop 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Covenant Hos- Honoring men and women who have served or re Learn how to be prepared for emergencies. Venders than6a.m. If. it does not arrive, call Circula price, 4215 Kelson Ave., Suite E., Marianna. Workshop currently serving in America's armed services. Call on hand. Fee $3 children 5 and under free. Call tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to for those who have suffered the loss of a loved one 482-9611. 596-1452
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The or would like to learn how to help someone who has. i North Bay Clan of Lower Muscogee Creek Pow ) Alford Community Health Clinic Hours -10 Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Free and open to public. Lunch and refreshments, Wow -9 a.m:to 5 p-m, 1560 Lonnie Rd., Chipley. a.m: until last patient i seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in is published Tuesday through Friday and provided. Registration required. Call 482-8520 or Primitive camping butOn site bathrooms. Arts, Alford. The free clinicfor income-eligible patients Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid 888-817-2191. ,crafts, food, dancing drumming, storytelling, games without medical insurancetreats short-term
S ns Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at demonstrators and native American flutemusic: illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments
at Marianna. FL Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Stomp dancing Sat after dark. Free admission. available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins
Call 482-2290: ) Hooks and Needles- 10a.m, at-theJackson welcome. Sign in beforenoon.
U Chipola Civic Club Meeting.- Noon at The Oaks County Public.Library, Marianna Branch: New and ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus. experienced hand craters welcometo create, share, 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist for three months; $62.05 for six months; 'is the local community, "Community, Children & learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna and $1235 for one year. All prices ih Character" Call 526-3142 Better Breathers 2 p.m. 3 p.m. Jackson- ) Chipola Girls Basketball Report Classic 8
applicable state and local taxes. Mail ) VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting -6 pm;. at Hospital, 4250;HospitalDrive, Marianna iri the main p.m. Chipola vs. Broward.
2830 Wynn St., Marianna. Covered-dish sipLjer foi- classroom next to the cafeteria. Program by Cecily subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail lowed bya7 p.m. business meeting. Call 372-2500. Smith, Community Liaison with Emeraldcoast hossubscriptions are: $46.12 for three months: The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida Soci- price "Memory CareWhile Living COPD.' Free. Light I SUNDAY, NOV. 10 $92.24 for six months: and $184.47 for one ety, Sons of the American Revolution 6:30 refreshments servedd.Bring a friend or caregiver. B Toys for Tots applications Anchorage year. "1p.m. Jim's buffet7and Grill, U.S. 90, Guest a 8Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. App~m Jm' bffe'ad ril, . 0,Marianna. Callt 718-2849. e ae utl ononDc.6 llty
speaker: John Cheney, President of the Tri-state Girls of Pearls' Meet and Greet 5:30 p.m. applications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys ADVERTISING Chapter, ALSSAR. Subject: "Evolution of Nuclear -6:30 p.m. at Soul's harvest Christian Center in will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m.
Power." Ahyone interested in the SAR is welcome. Comcast Plaza, 2918 Penn Ave., Marianna. Free for B Survival, Preparedness, Homesteading Expo The advertiser agrees that the publisher Call 594-6664. girls ages 7-17. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wausau Possum Palace, Wausau.
shall not be liable for damages arising )) Chipola Girls Basketball Report classic 8 )) Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Learn how to be prepared for emergencies. Venders out of errors and advertisements beyond p.m. Chipola vs. Brevard. Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult, on hand. Fee $3 children 5 and under free. Call
the amount paid for the space actually ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and 596-1452. occupied by that portion of the advertise- 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- hang-ups" Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call )) Kittrell Family Reunion 10 am. to 2 p.m.
ments in which the error occurred, whether *donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance 20-865313. .alfd baskent. Cene nal ford-55. Cm n rn
such error is due to the negligence of the~ limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; )) Flag Retirment Ceremony- 7 p.m. Marianna
pbihrsepoesootewsad papers will not be signed. Elks Lodge # 516, 4607 U. S. 90, Marianna. Public )) Blue Springs Society, Children of the AmeripuNational'DiabetesePreventionrprogramn* invited to bring their service-worn American Flags. can Revolution & the Chipola junior American
LesyecagPrgaoraiainl Call 573-4351. Citizens Club meeting 1:30 p.m. MacKinnon
there shallbe not liablity forSno-iunser- LiestyleaChanerProgram6oganizationa tion of any advertisement beyond the meeting 3 p.m. Florida Department of Health B) Chipoja Girls Basketball report Classic 8 halfStLuesEicplCrh,46Lfyte amontpad orsuc avetiemntThi Mlt-Prpse oo o JckonCoutyHelt pm.Chipola vs. Sothern Georgia. _St., Marianna. Program will be Stained glass window
amountpaid or suc advetisemet. Ths Muli-Purpse Rom of JcksonCountiHealt psm.byyartsansashleyHillaad TMararTherienhJhnson
newspaper will not knowingly accept or Department, 4979healthy Way, Marianna. Program )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 Everyone welcome. Call 209-4066 or bluespringspublish illegal material of any kind. Adverbis- has beeni proven to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes. p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist car~yahoo.com. ing which expresses preference based on The submissiOn deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar. Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520. Marianna. FL 32447, legally protected personal Characteristics is email editorlal@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
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new ofgenralineret fee f hare. he arann PoiceDeartentlised four assaults, one noise disturbance, two B Hebr Cotty, 25, 21022 NW Lake newsof eneal nteestfreeof hare. he arinna olie Dparmen litedanimal complaints, seven" McKenzie Boulevard, Aitha, driving while
Submit your news~or Community Calendar the following incidents for Nov. 5; the latest prprycecs-n sss iesessedd rrvkd
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. available report: Two accidents, two suspi- --Y famtrs rpdetin ihe os 249Sho v.
Fees may apply for weddingengagement, cious persons, one physical disturbance, onecl a buoo se op lastian, Pnam itye on-chil 2,Sppotv.,
anniversary arid birth announcements. one burglar alarm, one panc alarm, eight "one public.serice call, two ii Moe rgan tham, 19, 864 Sait Roiad
Forms are available at the Floridan offices, traffic stops, one juvenile complaint, one criminal regfstrations, one Road, Grand Ridge, violation of county
Photographs must be of good quality and anmlcmlit w rprycek, welfare check and six transports. probation.
one assist of a motorist or pedestrian, i Pail Motomr, 29, 1163 Emerald
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the four assists of another agency two public jck County Lane, Bonifay, violation of state probation,
right to edit all submissions. service cals, one welfare check, one patrol possinfmeapeam epseGETTING I[ RIGHT request and six home security checks. Tl~ -iijsion of drug paraphernalia.
T he Jackson County Floridan's policy The following persons were booked into ,, Russell Green, 26, 3339 Little Lane,
is to correct mistakes prom ptly. To J IlySedr fie the county jail during the latest reporting Sneads, hold for Volusia Co.
anerr laecll5631 l S periods: ~ acla Peryrick, 37, 2970 Spinnaker
report anerr laecl 2-64 The Jackson COLunty Sheriffs Office and Cosac Breaden, 48, 2942 Sand Ridge Court, Tallahassee, failure to appear.
Monday-Friday. county fire/Irescue reported the following Church Road, Sneads, violation of state Marion Collins, 46, 4083 Edgewater
_____________ incidents for Nov. 5, the latest available probation. Drive, Marianna, sentenced to 15 days in
report: Two reports of an armed and dan- Seadrnt Fr-wfd-Carr, 44, 2106 East the county jail.
... ..gerous person, one accident, two aban- 14th St., Lynn Haven, violation of state ,, Leo Mcriff, 45, 1010 Basin St. (Apt.
., ; : ] ""-doned vehicles, two suspicious vehicles, probation. 109), Tallahassee, non-child support-two
.!' : two suspicious incidents, two suspicious. isaIah Braxton, 20, 4749 Peanut Road, counts. "
persons, one highway obstruction, one Graceville, no valid driver's license. i Robert Gregor, 43, 5464 Martin St.,
~disturbances, two verbal disturbances, Pinkcard, Ala., sentenced to 60 days in the Jail Population: 213


16 medical calls, one traffic crash, two county jail To report a crime. call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
grass fires, two burglar alarms, nine traffic Robert Gurganus, 34, 5041 Damascus local law enforcement agency.To report a wildlife violation
JCFLORF I C)AN% .CO Mv stops, two civil disputes, one follow-up Church Road, Graceville, fraudulent use of call t-888-404-FWCC (3922).




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High SchoolCHIPOIA IN GLOBAL BUSINESS COMPETITION
Honor Rolls

The following are the
first nine-weeks period
honor rolls for Marianna
High School:
A Honor Roll Ninth Grade Sohami
Bhakta, Katelyn Cannady,
Jack Craven ,Nicholas Dunn, Kaitlyn Foster,
ElloryFuqua, Zannah
Glisson, Mary Harkins,
Maxwell Harrell,
Nakeysha Holden, Morgan
Laramore, Zackary
Malone, Karissa Mercer,
Mathew Pelham, Emma
Sawyer, Valerie Sims,
Tanner Turnmire
10th Grade Evan
Barber, Jenna Cartwright,
Madalyn Daniels, Madison
Daniels, Katie Everett,
Binny Gocool, Jaquainna r- "
Hughes, Natalee Milton, ..
Kaiflyn Renegar, Megan
Schrenker, Angela Smith,
Kayleigh Temples, Sara
Wallace
11thGradeShaquarious Baker,
Lexie Basford, Cameron
Braxton, Brockner ,
Annalise, Jeb Bruner,
Destiny Combs, Lindsie SUBMITTEDPHOTO
Eubanks, Laurence hipola College Business majors from instructor Dorothy Day-Cheney's Strategic Management class
Glover, Noah Green, represented the college in a recent Global Business Simulation competition. The 10-week competition
Cailee Heinemann,
Hannah Jackson, Shelbie included more than 3,000 teams from 200 colleges and universities worldwide. Chipola Team A-B Inc.
Johnson, Alyssa Koltz, Tyer (Adam McCullen and Steve Yoder) placed 28th with their stock price, 36th with their earnings per share and 37th McAllister, Sophia Pereda, overall. Team-Barefoot Shoes (Kelly Lanier and Alida Capps) placed 79th with their earnings per share score. Chelsey Pettis, Tyler
Powell, Hudson Roberts, Chipola offers the Bachelor of Science in Business with concentrations in accounting and management. For Lacey Roberts, Natasha information, visit www.chipola.edu Smith, Jared Standiford,
Darbey Sweeney, Elizabeth -.
Varnum Tristan Robinson, Emma Sharon Hardy, Cianna Chipola Chapter DAR 55th Birthday
2th Grade Kody Smith, Emily Stone, Daniel Harris; Regan Harris,
Bryan, Angie Carpenter, Tillman Alexandra Hemrnadez,.
Madelyn Craven, Ashley 10th Grade -Yasmine Allie Hinson, Jemina S ta
Delameter, Gina Eutsey, Bellamy, Paras Bhakta, Hyde, Hampton Jordan, Jackson Gilmore, Brianna Hannah Blount, Jameeyah Alexis Kendall, Jasmin Godwin, Brianna Cody, Brittany Dunaway, Krupski, Jacob Lafferty, Virginia "Ginger" McMillan Poffen- Texas. In 1976, she was selected Florida
Granberry, Hayden Hurst, Layton Hanlon, Jared Teon Long, Daniel Marks, berger, vice regent of the Florida State Outstanding Junior. She has held most Chelsea Kuhajda, Jacob Hendrix, Laquria Megan Marley, Carmen Society Daughters of the American offices and chairmanLeff, Kendall Lowery, Kate Highsmith, Sydney McCray, Colleen Mears, Revolution, will help the Chipola Chap- ships on the chapter level
Mayo, Randyn McMillan, Holland, Da'sharia Anastasia Mitchell, Cheryl ter celebrate its 55th birthday on Nov. and many on the state.
Keionna Mitchell, Kaitlyn Jackson, Crystal Mongiello, Molly Morency, .18 and will speak about DAR insignia. levels. She was a chapter
Moss, Trenton Nobles, Kolmetz, Marissa Lane, Alex Nix, Sarah Peterman, The Dutch-treat luncheon at The regent four times and
Reagan Oliver, Tori Porter, Jonshantia Long, Jarrod Shamari Pitman, Augustus Oaks Restaurant in Marianna will begin holds the title Honorary Dakota Raines, Caroline Love-McFrederick, Reddoch, Taniyah it 1 a.m. The 24 founding members Regent for one term.
Rogers, Anne Sapp, Sadie Mayo, Christian Robinson, Clifford Scott, of the chapter will be honored and Poffenberger She serves on the FiElynora Sapp, Gabrielle Mclntire, Brianna Morgan Seay, Jordan those with a connection to them will nance Committee for Kate
Simpson, Timothy Snyder, McKeen, Karlee Milton, Smith, Garrett Speights, be recognized. Anyone interested in Duncan Smith DAR School in Alabama Riby Stepens, Matthew Catherine Monteagudo, Thomas Strader, Ethan DAR is welcome. Reservations are not and on the Advisoiy Committee at Suggs, Hailey Tew, Megan Haley Montellanos, Strickland, Dustyn required. Lunch can be chosen from Tamassee DAR in South Carolina. She is
Tillman, Julia Velez Lesley Myrick, Alexis Sweeney, John Touchton the buffet or ordered from the menu. a past state second vice regent, organizA- Honor Roll Parish, Kalvin Peterson, Kayce Ward, Lauren For information, email Regent Caro- ing secretary andnational chairman of
Vivian Pollocks, Alexis Williams, Maxwell lyn Jordan at cdjordan@bellsouth.net or the flag. Her work as a DAR museum
Ninth Grade Daniell Pueschel, Matthew Rivers, Williams call 638-1947. correspondent has been recognized in
Baker, Kylee Barnes, Haley Robertson, Abigail 12th Grade Kathryn Poffenberger joined the Pensacola Texas and Florida and nationally.. She Delaney Basford, Walter Rushing, Kevon Saffold, Barfield, Colin Barren- Chapter in 1960. Her husband, Rick, was the Texas Outstanding Docent for Caldwell, Katelyn Carylee Sapp, Madison tine, Dvan Baxley, Joshua was a naval aviator requiring many 1997 and 1998. In 1999, she was NaCannady, Ansley Carter, Schrenker, Matthew Blackburn, Aliviah Cas- moves and allowing her to be a mem- tional Outstanding Docent and, in 2010, Baylee Childs, Savannah Shouse, Natera Sims, tillo, Iman Coleman, Tyler ber of DAR chapters in Florida and Florida's outstanding docent. Clemmons, James Collins, Steven Spence, A'dajah Colson, Francis Davis, Joshua Corbin, Natalie Swilley, William Torbett, Jonathan Edge, Demon- t Online, all the time!
Cornwell, Mara Elmore, ZackaryTrotman, Jackson tray Edwards ,Gina Eutsey, IOrida L s zery www.jcfloridan.com
Fenton McKenna, Priscilla Vanhuss, Carlee Wilson Madison Gullett, Jazmine CASH.. 3 PA 4 FANTASY....
Finch, Josalynne Giles, 11th Grade Emily Hegg, Nicholas Helms, Mon. (E) /4 22210-6-222
Caroline Gilley, Gabriella Anderson, Ashynn Alexus Jones, Michelle Mon (E) 11/4 4 6 12 -2-2 10-16-17-22-23 Gong, Ezekiel Hardy, Baer, Victoria Bestwick, Kilpatrick, Jaime Lentzsch Mon. ) 2-6-7 2-4-6-6
Kaytlin Harris, Josef William Braxton, Mikayla ,Sarah Mclntire, Mallory Tue. (E) 11/5 3-6-9 5-7-9-5 3-11-14-24-26 Ilagan, William Johnson, Brooks,Bryan Buchanan, Merrifield, Alexis Roulhac, Tue. (M) 0-0-2 9-9-5-2 Matty Lane, Matthew Genesis Calhoun Floyd Kelly Scott, Austin Selman, Wed (E) 11/6 9-7-3 7-3-1-3 Not available Lent, John Lewis, Jonathon Clark,Cindel Cobb, Andrew Shouse, Gabriell Wed. (M) 6-4-1 3-6-72
Long, Madison Martin, Kristin Cumbie, Kiandra Simpson, Erika Smith, TJurs (E) 10/31 2-5-5: f8-2 19-21-27-3 Lauren McAllister, Jessica Decree, Ariana Domen, Marlena Smith, Kyle Thurs (M) 329
McCardle, Montana Hanna Donofro, Sheridan Snyder, LandonTurnmire, u ().--0"-72
Noble Erika Pereda,Ryan Dryden, Jeremiah Cheyenne Welch, Morgan Fi.' '(E) 1/1' 826.9 1 9 10-29-35
Redfern, Ryan Reed, Emanuel, Austin Gullet, Willis Fri. (M)- 1-3-3 1-5-34
Sat (E) 11/2 9-4-7 8-7-5-1 10-18-22-31-32
Sat. (M) 7-7 2-8-3-0
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E= Evening drawing,M= Midday drawing ..
The Marianna Duplicate Parker, Roselyn Wheeler The game is held every E vi d M id drawing
Bridge Club has an- a Fourth place Libby Monday at 1 p.m. at St. 'I
nounced the winners of Hutto, Drucilla Brown Luke's Episcopal Church Saturday 11/2 13232427-0 PB 17SO
the Nov. 4 game. They are a Fifth place Nancy in Marianna at 4362 Wednesday 11/6 Notavailable the following: Watts, Judy Duell Lafayette Street. Anyone is .a -o..oa rs
a First place Bill Lies, welcome to come play or Ii
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a Second place Janet Club is sanctioned by the For more information Wednesday 11/6 'Not available Downtown Marianna
Snyder, Kitty Myers American Contract Bridge and partners, call Libby For lottery information, call 850-487-7777 or900-7~7-7777 850.482.4037
a Third place Douglas League. Hutto at 526-3162.


Antique Tool Show is Nov. 23 a H910 A. Knowles Jr., D
On Nov. 23, the Satur- Pioneer.Settlement. N WP I T
day before Thanksgiving, Admission is $5. NEW PATIENTS
from 7:30 a.m. to noon, There will be a pancake & EMERGENCIES WELCOME ,
the 12th annual Antique breakfast in the SettleTool Show and Sale will ment clubhouse start- A A1k ue
be held. ing at 7 a.m. Have some \ "Exhibitors and ven- pancakes and sausage
dors from all over the and then mosey on over ___Southeast will showcase to Frink Gym and enjoy all *a -, and sell tools and imple- the antique tools. -ments from the 18th to The Panhandle Pioneer .
the 20th centuries. There Settlement is a nonprofit Crn&Bde*hlD tsr
will be many woodwork- organization dedicated to Crown & Bridge Child Dentistry
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bring your own tools in education of rural life in Root Canal Therapy Bondings
for identification. Come the Florida Panhandle at Dentures & Partials Gentle Cleanings
to see and learn about an 17869 NW Pioneer Settlearray of unusual tools. meant Road, Blountstown. B SAUNDERS, D.MD
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in association with Mid- about the Panhandle PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
west Tool Collectors, Early Pioneer Settlement, call 4711 Highway 90 East Marianna, FL ost Insurance Accepted
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Boy Scouts learn


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ae e ,e ? o,, Kleinhans said that
Scouts will need a good ,A At its recent weekly canoe paddle, life jacket, meeting, Troop 3 Boy a sack lunch and shacks, Scouts of Marianna drinking water, a trash
made preparations for a bag, sunscreen, rain canoeing and camping gear, food and cooking trip to take place in two gear for the separate weeks, patrols, along with their
Scoutmaster Bill regular camping gear.
Kleinhans conducted To be able to
a training session with participate in the canoe the Scouts to inform trip, Scouts must also them of the items they pass a swim test.will need to take in their Troop 3 will leave on backpacks, the proper a Saturday morning, way to put on a life camp for the night and jacket and the proper then return the next day way to paddle a canoe. around lunchtime. Several of the Scouts The Marianna Optihad taken the canoeing mist Club is the charclass offered last tering organization for
summer at Camp Alaflo Troop 3. For more inand will be able to put formation about Scouts, SUBMITTED PHOTOS
the skills they learned call Scoutmaster Bill Troop 3 Boy Scouts of Marianna Senior Patrol Leader Daniel Tillman (left) writes items needed and procedures to follow during the there into practice. Kleinhans at 526-2897. upcoming canoe and camping trip. Scoutmaster Bill Kleinhans (right) demonstrates the proper way to use a paddle on a canoe.

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Fla. House to vote on 'stand your ground' repeal

Waltpn Beach and chair- that makes small changes
man of the committee that to the -stand your ground"
TALLAHASSEE- Flor- wi hold the hearing, has law is already moving in
idea's Republican-con- already said he il does the Florida Senate.
trolled House is expected not support changing the Gaetz said he is open
on Thursday to keep in- standyour ground" law. to changes to the "stand
tact the state's contentious "I've got to believe that your ground" law that are
"stand your ground" law putting criminals on notice meaningful and don't take
that has sparked protests 7 that Floridians won't be away the ability of Floridin the wake of the shooting hapless victims anymore ians to defend themselves.
death of Travvon Martin. has certainly helped im- But he criticized the SenThe House has sched- prove safety in our state," ate bill which is backed
uled a vote on a Demo- Gaetz said. by top Republicans and
cratic-backed measure But Gaetz said he wanted Democrats in that chamber
that would repeal the 8- to give those opposed to and called it an "exercise
year-old law that allows the existing law a platform of style over substance."
the use of deadly force if to debate their ideas. Gaetz said Thurston
someone believes their life House Democratic Lead- is now calling for small
is in jeopardy. er Perry Thurston sharply changes because he reThe move by the House criticized the idea-of hold- allies that even Demois unusual since the ing a hearing to simply crats are divided over
Legislature doesn't often reject the legislation (HB whether to support a fullspend time on legislation TE'-).&S 4003). blown repeal of the law.
that has little chance of D RSS Thurston, D-Fort Laui- Gaetz contended that a
phasa ittle chance ofSybrina.Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin (center) and her attorney Benjamin Crump (right) ders tinsteadtmajorityz ofn Floridians passage. leave at the conclusion of a Senate Judiciary subcommittee hearing on so-called "stand your derdale, said that instead majority of Floridians
But Florida House Speak- ground laws:' Tuesday, Oct. 29, on Capitol Hill in Washington. of having the drama of op- support keeping the law
er Will Weatherford agreed ponents and supporters intact.
to have a hearing on the .A group of young people demanding that Gov. Rick sion, opponents of the law argue in a hearing that leg- "The people of Florida self-defense law following upset with the acquittal Scott call a special session will get a five-hour hearing islators should be working believe we ought to have protests that occurred this of George Zimmerman in to repeal the law. on the state's gun laWs. to tweak the existing law. robust self-defense laws," summer at the Capitol. Martin's death spent weeks Instead of a special ses- Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fort A compromise measure Gaetz said.



School district US judges dismiss Fla. death penalty challengeThe Associated Press include the sedative mid- of Darious Kimbrough submitted medical expert azolam hydrochloride, next week because he is statements.
pends teach er JACKSONVILLE Two instead of the previously not one of the inmates ap- "If it's so great, why
federal judges threw out used pentobarbital. pealing the new protocol, weren't they using it beWednesday.' challenges "Midazolam is not in- said attorney Maria De- fore?" Corrigan asked Asover pledge issue from seven Florida death tended for use as an an- Liberato, one of the attor- sistant Attorney General
row inmates arguing that esthetic," the lawsuit said, neys representing the sev- Scott Brown Thursday, thestate's use of its lethal adding that it is typically en inmates. Kimbrough referring to midazolam. The Associated Press hand overhisheart, accord- injection drug constitutes used to sedate patients broke into the Orlando Brown responded that ing to the investigation, cruel and unusual punish- before anesthesia is ad- apartment of 28-year-old enough is administered SPRING HILL A Flor- After the student in- ment, but said the deci- ministered. "Its use in Denise Collins as she slept to render the inmate ida school district has formed McDonald of sion was based on legal this context is wholly in October 1991. He sexu- unconscious. suspended a teacher after this, McDonald went to technicalities, untested." ally assaulted Collins and Corrigan said -he was
requiring a fourth grade the front of the class and U.S. District Court Judg- The seven inmates then beat her to death. not questioning whether Jehovah's Witness to par- said, "If you don't want to es Marcia Morales Howard are -challenging the new The judges questioned the use of the new drug ticipate in the Pledge of say the pledge, yod still and Timothy J. Corrigan procedure in U.S. Dis- the evidence from the is proper, but he wantAllegiance. have to put your hand on said Wednesday that the trict Courts in Jackson- inmates' attorneys and ed more evidence from
The Tampa Tribune re: your heart and if you don't lawsuits are not trivial, as ville, Ocala, Tampa and state lawyers. Neither side medical experts. ports that the Hernando want to do that, you a state assistant attorney Orlando. The inmates County School Board should move out of the general asserted, and gave had earlier sued to stop recently concluded an country," according to the the inmates and their law- the previous lethal injec- investigation, report. yers 60 days to file new tion drug mix and filed
The student, who is Jeho- The report also shows complaints. The state At- amended complaints to I ran ce en
vah's Witness and prohib- McDonald said something torney General's Office reflect the. new proceited by the religion from about there not being a re- will then have 30 days to dures. They now will haveMt worshiping objects, re- ligion that prohibits doing respond. to fie moe amended Marianas est Selection
fused on religious grounds, the pledge, according to The lawsuit stems from complaints. w e
the investigation found. the investigation. the state's recent change The ruling will not affect Officials said teacher ,The district says that of its execution protocol to the scheduled execution Anne Daigle-McDon- McDonald violated a host 40
aid twice placed the stu- of state education rules,
dent's hand over his heart professional conduct prin- Boy arrested for bringing gun on school bus AUTO *
when the class recited the ciples and the student's diately notified officials.
pledge. right to free speech and The Associated Press Officials say deputies
The student told McDon- freedom of religion. Sev- were waiting at the ME
aid during the incident eral other students in the schoolIE whe thHbslr-MOs-L
that Jehovah's Witnesses do class corroborated the al- -borough County Sheriff's rived and everyone safely MOBILE,
not worship objects, and legations, according to the deputies have arrested a walked off the bus. that he stood during the investigation. 9-year-old boy for bring- Deputies searched the J. Coyle Mayo HO E
Pledge of Allegiance out McDonald was removed ing a-loaded gun onto boy and found a loaded An Independent Agent
of respect for the country, froni student contact, and a school bus filled with .22-caliber gun in his jcmayoagercy@centurylink.net but was not permitted by placed' on alternative as- students. front pants pocket. The 2932 Jefferson St. Marianna, FL
his religion to place his signment on Sept. 12. Officials say a county boy, who was not named
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Fla. appeals court throws school Wednesday when county's juvenile center.
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The Associated Press During his trial, the judge
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TALLAHASSEE-ADuval and said he assumed Tor- i{, O ,
County man may get his res was also Catholic. The ,.
time mn prison shortened judge stated at one point because a judge talked that Torres did not act the : .. .. .
about his religious beliefs way that people who are 8 5( 2 2 2before handing down a Catholic should act. N~TER
sentence. -The appeals court said
The 1st District Court of that the statement made it '- BIG BUC CONT-, j
Appeal ruled Wednesday appear that Torres was giv- ,O $ORED EY CCO cox 8r JlC FI' IDthat Percy Torres should en a maximum sentenced be resentenced by a new based on religious beliefs.a judge. Tortes -in 2011 was The court in the same nul- ,.
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Russian fireball shows meteor risk may be bigger
The.A ;.i ..e u In this Feb.15 photo provided usually shallow entry of
by ely abinsiuu, shows the space rock spread out
WASHINGTON Scien- a meteorite contrail oe its powerful explosion,
tists studying the terrify- the Ural Mountains' city of limiting its worst damage
ing meteor that exploded Chelyabinsk, about 930 miles but making a wider area
without warning over a east of Moscom Russ!& After feel the effects. When it
Russian ctv last winter say a surprise meteor hit Earth burst it released 500 kilothe threat of space rocks at 4Z000 Mph and eploded tons of energy, scientists
smashing into Earth is big- over a Russian city in jes. calculated.
ger than they thought. cii iiidrinjures. "We were lucky. This
Meteors about the size afemahscienists e dint could have easily gone
aftermath say the threat of the other way. It was reof the one that streaked.a aac odasghurtliaitoward
through the sky at 42,000 our planet is bigger than tey dangerouss" said NASA
mph and burst over Chely- hadete ast or Peter
abinsk in February and =. S Jennikens, co-author of
ones even larger and more Brown, lead author of one one of the papers. "This
dangerous are probably coordinate the drill, fireballs could have gone said University of Western study. "It's certainly scary." was clearly extraordinary. four, five or even seven "The biggest hazard from unnoticed. Ontario physicist Peter Scientists said the un- Just stunning."
times more likely to hit the asteroids right now is the Just this week, NASA got planet than scientists be- city-busting airbursts, not a wake-up call on those O F
lieved before the fireball, the civilization-busting bigger space rocks that N O T IC E -OF
according to three studies impacts from 1-kilome- astronomers thought they published Wednesday in ter-diameter objects that had a handle on, discovthe journals Nature and has so far been the target ering two 12-mile-wide Science. of most astronomical sur- asteroids and a 1.2-mileThat means about 20 veys," Purdue University wide one that had escaped million space rocks the astronomer Jay Melosh, their notice until this size of the Chelyabinsk one who wasn't part of the month. However, NASA NOTUC E
may be zipping around the studies, wrote in an email, said the three objects won't TH E PREVIO US OTIC
solar system, instead of "Old-fashioned civil de- hit Earth.
3 million, NASA scientist fense, not Bruce Willis and Asteroids are space rocks LACED BY THE C ITY O F
Paul Chodas'said at a news his atom-bombs, might be that circle the sun as left- P conference. the best insurance against overs of failed attempts
Until Chelyabinsk, NASA hazards of this kind." to form planets billions COTTO N DA LE HA S B EEN
had looked only for space Chodas said the Che- of years ago. When asterrocks about 100 feet wide lyabinsk rock surprised oids enter Earth's atmo- N
and bigger, figuring there astronomers because it sphere, they become me- D E RM IN ED BY THE
was little danger below was coming from the di- teors. (When they hit the that. rection of the sun and was ground, they are called
This meteor was only not detectable. Telescopes meteorites.)
62 feet across but burst can see some space rocks The studies said the Chewith the force of 40 Hiro- as small as 3 feet wide, but lyabinsk meteor probably TO B E IN VIO LATIO N O F TH E
shima-type atom bombs, some are simply too dark split off from a much bigscientists say. Its shock to spot, he said. ger space rock. L
wave shattered thousands Scientists said a 1908 gi- What happened in. the LAW ,'NEC ESSITATING TH IS
of windows, and its flash ant blast over Siberia, a Russian city of 1 million temporarily blinded 70 1963 airborne explosion people is altering how as- SO NOTI E
people and caused dozens off the coast of South Af- tronomers look at a space SEC NOTIC ".
of skin-peeling sunburns rica, and others were of rocks. With first-of-its;kind just after dawn in icy Rus- the type that is supposed video, photos, satellite imsia. More than 1,600 peo-. to happen less than once agery and the broken-up The City of Cottondale has tentatively adopted a ple in all were injured, a century, or in the case of rock, scientists' have been measure to increase ils property tax levy. Up until then, scientists Siberia, once every 8,000 able to piece together* the had figured a meteor caus- years,.yet they all occurred best picture yet of what inganairburstlikethatwas in a 105-year timespan. happens when an asteroid Last year's property tax levy: a once-in-150-years event, I Because more than two- careens into Earth's atmo- L based on how many space thirds of Earth is covered sphere. It's not pretty. A. Initially proposed tax levy .......................... $64,588
rocks have been identi- with water and other vast "I certainly never expectfled in orbit. But one of the expanses are uninhabited ed to, see something of this B. Less tax reductions due to studies now says it is likely deserts and ice, other past, scale or this magnitude," Value Adjustment Board and other to happen once every 30 years or so, based on how -__ assessment changes .... ........... $(1,722)
often these' things are actually hitting' NOTICE OF C. Actual property tax levy.................... $66,310
By readjusting how often
these rocks strike and how BUDGET propose
damaging even small ones This year's proposed tax levy ........ a ............. $67,676
can be, "those two things The City of Cottondale will together can increase the
-risk by an order of magni- soon consider a budget for All concerned citizens are invited to attend a public
tude," said Mark Boslough, 201 3-2014.
a Sandia National Lab hearing on the tax increase to be held on:
physicist, co-authorof one This notice is applicable toh of the studies. Jackson County, Florida.
Lindley Johnson, manager of NASA's Near Earth A public hearing to make Monday, November 1 1, 2013
Object program, which,
scans the heavens for dan- a FINAL DECISION on the
gerous objects, said the budget and TAXES p~m .
space agency is reassessingwhat size rocks to look will be held on: Cottondale City Hall
for and how often they are Monday, November 11th likely to hit.
In addition, NASA this at 5:45 PM, A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax increase
fall reactivated a dormant at Cottondale City Hall.
orbiting telescope called and the budget will be made at this hearing.
WISE specifically to hunt ._._"
for asteroids, Johnson
said. And the agency is expanding ground-based sky B D E UM R
searches. ________________________________At the same time, NASA CT FCTODL ICLYA 03-21
and the Federal Emergen- CT FC TO D L IC LYA 03-21
cy Management Agency
are looking into the-need GENERAL ENTERPRISE OTHER SPECIAL REV. TOTAL
for evacuations in the case FUND FUND FUNDS FUNDS BUDGET
of an asteroid headed for CASH BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD 64,000 41,618 105,618
Earth and how to keep the
public informed without ESTIMATED REVENUES:
scaring people. TAXES: Millage per $1,000
Those issues came up Ad Valorem Taxes 3.8542 67,676 67,676
after thetwo agencies qul- Sales and Use Taxes 40,592 .40,592.
etly heda 76,488 dil
lds dpi s asthiton Discretionary Sales Taxes 76,488 7,8
that was meant to simu- Utility Taxes 35,000 3,0
late what would happen if Intergovernmental Revenue 90,807 63,868 154,675
a space rock slightly bigger Licenses, Fees, and Permits 4,900 4,900
than the Ghelyabinsk one Fines and Forfeitures 119,000 119,000
threatened the East Coast. Franchise Fees 73,000 73,000
During the drill, when Charges for Services 9,380 455,700 465,080
it looked as if the meteor Fire Surcharge 5,350 5,350
would hit just outside the Grants State & Federal -- 1,422,436 1,422,436
nation's capital, experts TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND predicted 78,000 people
could die. But when the BALANCES 586,193 455,700 1,422,436 105,486 2,569,815
mock meteor ended up in
the ocean, the fake damage ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES featured a 49-foot tsunami General Governmental Services 128,874 128,874
and shortages of supplies Public Safety 230,761 .230,761
along the East Coast, ac- Physical Environment 5,280 343,064 348,344
cording to an after-action Transportation 90,912 63,868 154,780
report obtained by The As- Debt Services 112,636 112,636
sociated Press.
The exercise and the Human Services 14,856 14,856
studies show there's a risk Recreation 51,510 51,510
from smaller space rocks Grants State & Federal 1,422,436 1,422,436
that strike before they are Contingency 64,000 41,618 105,618
detected -not just from TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES/ the giant, long-seen-in- EXPENSES 586,193 455,700 1,422,436 105,486 2,569,815
advance ones like in the
moie Aragd" sp ad THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE
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Obituaries 'Rescue
James and Sikes Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel "" ,
Madd Capel Chief Nikki Lovett felt it
4278 Lafayette Street#/
Marianna, FI 32446 was about time the citv
850.482.2332 got its own mascot and
www.jamesandsikes let Sparky" rest in between
funeralhomes.com the county department's
outings.
Matt C. But when the new mascot arrived, he didn't have
a name. That's when the 4A
Funeral services will be department decided to 1 .
atu10alm Trcsday, wl b have a youngster name it. at 10 a.m. Thursday, No- Fire officials held a namvember, 7, 2013 at Evangel
Worship Center. Interment ing contest at Golson
will follow in Pinecrest Me- Elementary School and
morial Gardens with James at the same time, had
and Sikes Funeral Home a coloring contest reMaddox Chapel directing. lated to the mascot. The
James and Sikes hundreds of coloring
Funeral Home entries were posted in the
Maddox Chapel Marianna City Hall com4278 Lafayette Street plex for a time, and on Marianna, F 32446 Tuesday night the win850.482.2332 ners of both contests were
www.jamesandsikqs announced. ,
funeralhomes.com Nicholas Basford offered
the winning mascot name,
Bronnie N. "Rescue."
DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/IFORIDAN
Harrell Acquitis Pittman won George Gay (left) of the Marianna Optimist Club presents a check that helped the Marianna Fire Department purchase a
Funerlth reg scond e costume for "Rescue" the department's new mascot. MFD Chief Nikki Lovett accepts the check alongside MFD employee Funeral service will be Both are second-grade Aaron Neel. Neel helped find a grant to finish out the cost of the purchase. held at 2 p.m. Thursday, students at Golson
November 7, 2013 at Wel-. Elementary. Commission meeting $25 gift certificate to appreciation from Chief also recognized for its
come Assembly of God The boys were hon- Tuesday night. Each was the Milk and Honey yo- Lovett. monetary contribution to
Church. Interment will fol- ored at the Marianna City given a certificate, a -gurt shop, and a letter of The Optimist Club was the cause. low in Cow Pen Pond Cemetery with James and Sikes
Funeral Home Madddox
Chapel directing. Chase
The family will receive
friends one hour prior to From Page 1A
the funeral service at Welcome Assembly of God inside the eatery, witnesses said.
Church. Witnesses, also said police came
into the restaurant and searched
I garbage cans after the person ran An officer walks a K-9 from the dog's
[y through.,
th...Serougl ther trooper respond- cage to a car involved in a traffic
stop Wednesday in which one of the
Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. ed to the scene to assist the offi- occupants got out and ran after the
Your Local Florist and Gifts cer who had-stopped the car, and car pulled to a stop.
2911 Jefferson St. Marianna other agencies also joined in the
850-372-4456 effort to find the individual who
ran, including deputies with the
Care Jackson County Sheriff's Office
FroPe and at least one Florida Fish and
From Page 1A Wildlife Conservation Commispre-Thanksgiving lunch sion officer.
for the Police Care partici- A police K-9 was deployed and D B-'""/'R'
pants each year. He said appeared to alert on a section of DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
the restaurant owner, Mark the car as he was-walked around ran continued into the afternoon. whether the person had been No further details were immediPanichella, had offered to it. The search for the person who At this writing, it was not clear captured. ately available.
do the lunch at no charge.
But with so many Police
Care customers to feed,
Baggett said hencouldnt cein Texas, Obama offers health care pep talk
good conscience accept
that gift. Instead, Baggett The Associated Press when we do, you're. going benefits. at'Dallas Temple which is fully funded by Before leaving Dallas, makes a donation that he to have families all across Emanu-El; Obama en- the federal government. Obama also planned to
says is well below the price DALLAS Beset. by this great state of Texas couraged participation in for the first few years, as a attend two fundraisers for of the party. hard-to-keep promises who are. going to have the the marketplaces set up no-brainer. the Democratic Senatorial
The luncheon :tables and a massive website security and the well:be- by the law. He said noth- "I know that sometimes Campaign Committee.
were abuzz with chatter as failure, President.Baraek ing of high-quality, afford- ing drives him crazier this task is especially chal- Back in Washington, the participants, many of Obama traveled to the able. health insurance," he than knowing there's good lenging here in the great Health and Human Serthem longtime friends, en- heart of-the "Obamacare" added. insurance available if Lone Star State," Obama vices Secretary Kathleen
gaged in some fellowship opposition Wednesday to The trip to Texas comes only the website would said to laughter. "But I Sebelius faced heated before, during and after give a pep talk to the la 'xs as his administration. work properly, think all, of you under-* questioning from senathe meal.'* supporters. seekg. 'to mitigate the "This is.' like having a stand that there's, no state tors, some of Whom chalClemmons and her table Ad-libbing at .a syna- damage'from the website really good product in a that actually needs this lenged her honesty and mates all agreed that the gogue in Dallas, Obam4 glitches and from a public store, and the cash reg- more than Texas." demanded she resign. service is 'a vital .one for said he was the first to outcry over a promise he isters don't work, and Perry shot back, accus- Focusing on progress .their sense of well-being., 'admit he was unhappy repeatedly made if you there" aren't enough ing Obama in a statement 'made, Sebelius said the Most of the participants, with the rocky first month like your insurance, you parking spots," Obama. of trying to "salvage his ill- web portal now is hanthey say, live alone and since new insurance ex- can keep- it' that turned said. cqnceivd and unpopular dling large volumes of
find a great deal of comfort changes went live. He out to be incorrect for mil- The visit also cast a' program from a, Titanic material with fewer errors in knowing that they're, on 'implored volunteers and lions of Americans. bright light on staunch fate:" even as she acknowledged
the minds of someone ev- guides who are work- Before leaving. Wash- opposition to the law in "Texans aren't the reason "we're not where we need
ery day. ing to help consumers ington on Wednes- Republican-leaning Texas, Obamacare is crumbling," to be."
The MPD Police Care to stick with it, casting it day, Obama tried to which has the highest rate Perry said. "Obamacare Obama has been agsystem is simple, and avail- as an effort that would, soothe the concerns of of uninsured Americans is-the reason Obamacare gressively promoting able to anyone who lives in eventually, be well worth 16 Senate Democrats' more than 23 percent. is crumbling." the 'law in the face of
Maianna. Once registered, the trouble,. facing re-election next GOP Gov. Rick Perry has Texas also is among numerous setbacks. In
a person is expected to call 'Aks challenging as this year during a two-hour refused to take advan- the 36 states not provid- addition to the probthe MPD each morning to may seem sometimes, as White House meeting. tage of a provision in the ing their own insurance lem-plagued enrollment report that they're OK. If frustrating as healthcare. Many of those lawmak- law to expand Medicaid to marketplaces, which launch, insurers have been that call doesn't come, the gov may be sometimes, we ers are worried that the cover more of the working means residents there sending some of their dispatchers call the indi- are going to get his done," problem-plagued rollout poor. must sign up through,the customers termination
vidual. If they don't get an Obama said. could negatively affect Obama said Texas' federal website that stum- notices because their polianswer, an officer is sent to "Aknd when we do their races. neighbors had looked at bled badly upon its launch cies don't meet federal
check on them. -when we do, not if Highlighting the' aw's the Medicaid expansion, Oct. 1. requirements.
For some, those phone
canyn lsmihe tll daong. Some unions could 'get break from health caefees
contact that they have with c r
Their morning check-in The Associated Press how many. Labor offiCials at $63 per person for ev- posed the agency would isn't aimed at employers
can be a social as well as downplayed any impact eryone Who has coverage, consider comments from because employers don't
a health lifeline. A rela- WASHINGTON -The as miniscule, saying the The fee drops to about $40 interested parties before really self-administer their
tionship between the dis Obamnaadnministrationap- language would not in- a person n 2015 and even moving forward. A White plans." patchers and the partici- pears ready to give some clude most of their plans less the following year. House spokeswoman did But union officials said. pants develops over time. labor unions a break from and doesn't address the The temporary fee is not respond to a request most of their plans would Early on, they learn quite costly fees under the new wider changes they have designed to raise $25 bil- for comment. not be eligible for the exa bit about their health is- health care law, a move requested. lion over the next three Ed Fensholt, an attor- emuption because they
sues. Soon, in many cases, that drew criticism from Labor unions have spent years.. The money col- ney specializng in health also use third-parties to they get to know a few Republicans who say it months complaining thg lected is intended to pro- insurance compliance, process claims. things about the children unfairly favors akey White new law will drive up the vide a cushion for insurers said unions might ben- "Our understanding is and grandchildren, about House ally. costs of certain health from the initial hard-to- efit most from plans for an that it's not going to apply
the participant's interests, In regulations published plans that are jointly ad- predict costs of covering exemption since some of to us because of the'thirdworries and joys. last week,, the adminis- ministered by unions and previously uninsured their multiemployer plans party administration,"
The MPD dispatch team tration said it intends to smaller employers. The people with medical are processed in-house, said Jay Lederer, spokesis made up of Frances Yon, propose rules that would White House has rejected problems. But unions though he was not certain man for the, InternationIrene Williams, Candace exempt "certain self-in- a broader request that and large employers argue of how many. By contrast, al Union of Operating Howell, Fianna Ballay and sufred, self-administered union members in those that they shouldn't have to he said, virtually all Other Engineers. "If they Vicki Geist. Theys~ay this is planS" from the require- plans be eligible for fed- pay the fee because they employers contract with a are leaving out everya special duty that they en- ment to pay the fees in eral subsidies. won't benefit from the third party to administer body who uses a thirdjoy and feel rewarded by. 2015 and 2016. Unions and many busi- fund. their insurance plans. party administrator to
To get on .he call list, in- Health care experts say nesses groups also have The Department of "We were really scratch- manage their health dividuals must register for that could apply to some been complaining about Health and Human Ser- ing our heads about who funds, it's our belief that it. To find out more, call the union-sponsored health the so-called reinsurance vices said in a statement actually benefits from leaves out the vast majorMPD at 526-3125. plans, though it's unclear fees, which start next year that once the nule is pro- this," he said. "It certainly, ity of plans."

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Dems, GOP, tea party dig in after NJ, VA elections

The AssaedPess petitive GOP Senate pri- 14 percent of those voters. percent of women and 50
maries around the coun- That encourages Repub- percent of Hispanics. He WASHINGTON As try. all candidates have licans, said Louisiana Go. also improved on his 2009
partisanship renders embraced the shutdown. Bobby Jindal, chairman share among black voters,
Washington largely dys- Meanwhile, congressional of the GOP's national gov- winning 21 percent, up 12
functional, voters in two Republicans running for emrnor's association, par- points. Cuccinelli, meanstates signaled this week the Senate without tough ticularly given McAuliffe's while, struggled in all three
that they want consensus- primaryopposition-Tom considerable financial ad- groups.
building even when there's Cotton in Arkansas and vantage over Cuccinelli. Form&dr Republican Nadivided government. Shelley Moore Capito in "Voters are very frustrated tional Committee ChairEven so, heading into West Virginia voted for with -the dysfunction of man Ed Gillespie said
a 2014 midterm election the temporary fix "They Washington, very frustrat- Christie showed Repubyear, Tuesday's results in know it's awful politics for ed with the incompetent licans can reach outside
New Jersey and Virginia them," Canter said. rollout of Obamacare," the usual GOP core. "You
carry plenty of warning But Democrats' interpre- Jindal said, "and they're can be pro-life and get
signs for both parties that -ss:~c a ration ignores voter dissat- taking out that frustration the women's vote and you
despite the voter angst, Virginia Democratic Governor-elect Terry McAulffe address isfaction with the health on the party that occupies can stand up against the hyper-partisanship still is hissupporters,ashissorsJack20,(left)andPeter,11,(right,) care law. Half of New Jer- theWhiteHouse." unions an'd get the bluelikely to rule, especially on look on, during an election victory party in Tysons CornerVa., sey voters and 53 percent Many Republicans hap- collar vote and you can be debates over the budget Wednsday, Nov. ofVirginia voters said they pily note that Christie the governorwho reins in
and health care. ers including tea party won" opposed it, and the two performed well among spending and get the votes
In reliably Democratic activists suggest that Vermont Gov. Peter Democratic governor can- groups that typically lean of a cross-section of the New Jersey, Republican Republicans and Demo- Shumlin, chairman of the didates got 11 percent and Democratic, carrying 57 electorate," he said. Gov. Chris Christie eas- crats are likely to remain Democratic Governors ily won a second term entrenched in their parti- Association, noted several with support from voters san positions. states where incumbent
who aligned with Presi- During the campaign, Republicans were elected dent Barack Obama last McAuliffe hammered in the 2010 tea party wave,
November. Those same Cuccinelli as a tea party including Florida, Ohio, voters kept Democrats in conservative, hardliner Wisconsin and Pennsylcharge of the New Jersey on social issues like abor- vania, all states Obama Legislature, even as they tion and same-sex mar- won twice. "They're stuck gave the, popular gover- riage and cheerleader for with a bunch of tea party nor a boost as he consid- the national Republicans governors who are Ken ers running for the GOP whose opposition to the Cuccinelli's clone," Shumpresidential nomination health care law helped trig- lin said. in 2016. ger the partial government Virginia exit polls found
In Virginia, one of the shutdown in October. (Cuc- that 42 percent of voters
nation's most competitive cinelli saddled McAuliffe oppose the tea party move- WE ~H COURAGE, DEDICATION AND LO
states, longtime Demo- with the clumsy imple- merit, while just 28 percent cratic Party power broker mentation of Obama's saidtheysupportit:But on OUR NATION S MILITARY VERTEANS.
Terry McAuliffe defeated signature law. Both strat- the question of blame for Republican Attorney Gen- egies resonated, but the shutdown, the differ eral Ken C'uccinelli by a Democrats say McAuliffe's fence was essentially the narrow margin for g9v- victory proves which mat- same as McAuliffe's marernor, but Republicans tered more and portends gin of victory. 48 percent 45 AM TO ONOR OUR
retained control of the a Democratic advantage blamed Republicans in ES. GUEST SPEAE HUESPA ERt L
House of Delegates. .The in Senate and governors' Congress, with 88 percent ES. Gu STSEAK 'I ES ARK WI
state Senate remains up racesnextyear. of those people voting P S
for grabs in a coming spe- "Ken Cuccinelli made 'for McAuliffe; 45 percent 0
cial election. this race a referendum on blamed Obama, with 87
McAuliffe and Christie Obamacare," said Mo El- percent of them opting for
each embraced the no- leithee, a Democrati.c Na- .inelli. 97 r S
tion of bipartisanship in tional Committee spokes- At the Democrats' na- 6 4200
their victory. But exit polls man. Democrats "made it tional Sea~te campaign a.
and immediate reactions a referendum on theshut- office, spokesman Matt from national party play- down and extremism. We Canter Jioted that in com- -.:



Ga. ride owner charged


in NC State Fair injuries

The Associated Press

RALEIGH, NG. Authorities have issued arrest
warrants for the owner of a
ride at the North Carolina
State Fair that investigators say injured five people
after safety equipmentivas
tampered with.
The Wake County Sheriff's Office said the warrants for 32-year-old Joshua Gene Macaroni were
issued Wednesday. The
statement said Macaroni
is charged with two felony THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
counts of assault with a In a Oct. 24 photo, fairgrounds police secure a barricade deadly weapon inflicting around the Vortex at t~ N.C. State Fair in Raleigh, N.C. after serious injury, and a third an accident injured five people and closed the ride. felony charge of assaulting
a juvenile. Two others were treated ta, Ga. A company spokesTwo adults and a 14- and released. woman said Macaroni is
year-old remained hospi- The ride is owned by represented by attorney Panhand fe Tractor, In c.
talized in Raleigh almost Macaroni's family busi- Dan Boyce, who did not two weeks after being ness, Family Attractions return telephone calls and 5003 Hwy. 90
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High School Volleybal


Ldy Pirates inch closer to state

BY DUSTIN KENT De'Aryll Green led Sneads it out of the round of eight last
deronrdann in kills with nine, while Logan year in a loss to Liberty County
Neel and Krissi Satterfield added This year's SHS team is considThe Sneads Lady Pirates moved eight apiece, and, Emily Glover erably younger than the veteran one step closer to a return trip to had three. 2011 group that went to state
the state semifinals in Kissim- Mallory Beauchamp had team and was constructed almost enmee on Tuesday night, cruising highs in digs (18) and serve tirely of juniors and seniors. to an easy three-set win over the receives (14), and Logan Mc- By contract, there were six Bethlehem Lady Wildcats in the Cord led all Lady Pirates with 26 sophomoreswhoplayedinTuesIA Regional Semifinals. assists. day's win for the Lady Pirates,
Sneads (21-8) won by scores Up next for the Lady Pirates is with only seniors Logan Neel, of 25-12, 25-10, and 25-10, hay- a regional final showdown with Mallory McDaniel, and Shelbi ing little difficulty in its playoff long-time rival Blountstown on Byler holdovers from 2011. debut. Saturday with a trip to Kissim- "I don't even think some of
Sophomore Ashlyn Roberts mee on the line. them really realize the signifihad a big night for the Lady Pi- Sneads last made it down state cance of what they're doing," BRANNA MccR
rates with 15 ace serves to go in 2011 when it lost in the semi- the coach said of her sophomore Sneads' Logan Neel puts a ball back over the net during the Lady Pirates' with 28 service points, while finals to Baker in five sets, with 1A Regional Semifinal victory over Bethlehem on Tuesday night at Sneads
adding seven kills and 16 digs. the Lady Pirates failing to make See STATE, Page 2B High School.



in Sports Briefs
CO.I.EGE BAS IETBA.S
High School FootballFriday- Graceville at Chipley, 7


BIGGER AND BETTER dR-p' m.; Sneads, at liberty County,.
.6:30 pm.; Maranna at Ruther-;
BIG GR ND B TT R ordt, 7 p.m.; Cottondale is off.


Chipola hopes eSneadsVoeyba
The Lady Pirates will play hosi
to Blountstown on Saturday in
added size the lA Regional Finals at 2p.m.
Thewinner will advance to the
state semifinals in Kissimmee.
depth lead to
CioaMen's
national titleB
national title The Indians will go to Decatur,
BY DUSTIN KENT Ga., Friday and Saturday to take
dkent@jcfloridan.com on Georgia Perimeter and Atlanta
Metro.
The No. 4 Chipola Lady Indians will
open their season tonight when they l Women's
play host to Eastern Florida State on the BaSiltball'
first of the three-day Girls Basketball "
epor Classic at the Milton H. Johnson Th Lady Indians open the
Health Center. seasonathome thisweekin the
Chipola comes into the year with high Girls BasketbalLeport Classic
expectations after making a run to the t the Milton H. Johnsoi Health
quarterfinals of the national toria, Ceiter.
ment last season and reeling in one of l laysurday against
the top recruiting classes in the country Eastern Florida State, Friday
led by the talented frontline trio of Eve- G h a
In Akhator, Brianna Wright, and Ebony Saturday against Broward, with
Wl.lgames starting at 8 p.m.
They join returning layersTeyvonna '
Brooks, a 6-foot- pbst player; Rahfii ppt
Bell, a 5-foot-9 three-point specialist; Chipola Softball 5K and highly-touted redshirt sophomore and F Run
Khadijal Ellison, who' was ranked as the
No. 3 jior college player inAmerica by ChipolaSoftball will host it
Collegiate Girls Basketball Report last second annual 5K and Fun Runt
month., on Nov. 16.
It's an impressive collection of talent, Registration begins at 7 a.m
bi with just two players returning who at the Chipola Softball Complex.
actually saw time for Chipola last sea- The 5K race starts at 8 a.m. with
son, second-year coach Greg Franklin the one mile Fun Run at 9 am.
said this group is still very much a work For information, contact Kelly
in progress. Brookins, Chipola Assistant Soft"We're going through some growing ball Coach, at 850-718-2468.
pains now with 13 kids and jtist two returners," he said. "The good thing about T4,
that is I feel we're a very talented)'roup t D
and once they get it, then they'll click. Old 'IlnMWs Gam
It's just one of those things where it's a
slow process, but if we keep pushing, Granididge School willhs
we'll be OK." an Old Timer's Basketball
FLORIDAN FILE PHOTO fOr'former Indians on Saturday
See CHIPOLA, Page 2B Chipola's Rahni Bell puts up a shot during a game last season. at6 p.m.
All former administrators, players, coaches, cheerleaders, anti
ieerleader sponsors are encoutHigh School Basketall iVjddle School aasketbail ged to attend.
'Admiissionito the game is $2.

Lady Bulldogs Bullpup boys -frthat

countngson ed fund theestoraion
speed, veterans big: ':'":"""'f
Speedvetra sK DV the class composite pictures the
trand Ridge School yearbook,
dkent~jflonda corn fI~and other students wishnt
BY DUSTIN KENT Fother students w nto
cOVer Tplay or cheer can contact Wanda
Lewis at 482-9835, ext. 221 oj
The Marianna Lady Bulldogs will wan dalews~ csb.org in order
look to build on a playoff appear- BY SHEIA M adaeisJERgn re
dance last season and ride a quick and Floria esn de to pre-register and reserve your
own souvenir t-shirt.
skilled group of guards back-to the PoTO
postseason in 2014. Marianna's Dominique Holden p &oes the The Marianna Middle School boys basketball The class composite pictures
Marianna won just six games last defense during a lady Bulldogs game last team continued its domination on its home from 1941'to 2006, with the exyear but finished runner-up in the season. court Tuesday night by handing Graceville's 'A ceptio ofl942, 1943, and 1944,
district to earn a playoff berth, with team a 41-6 loss. have been restored and vill be *
a talented Florida High squad turn- East Gadsden, or Florida High, and The 'B' was not quite as dominant but still unveiledpriorto the game inthe ing back MHS 59-36 thanks to a 33- our goal is to meet up with them (in walked away with a 52-23 win. lobby. A ftme has been made
point effort from Baylor signee leshia the playoffs) whether it's at home or In 'A team action, Deontre Rhynes continued for the missing years and anyone Small. on the road. We want to get out of dis- to lead the Bullpups with 14 points, while Marke that has a copy of the photos can
It's never fun to see your season end- trict and make that second round and Sins put up nine points. contact Beth Tyr at 482-9835,
ed, but Lady $ulldOgs coach Chtcky see what happens." At the halftime break, Marianna led 31-3, with ext. 224 or beth.tye@jcsb.org.
Brown said that he believes the loss to To do that, the Lady Bulldogs will Bullpups coach Tyler Wilson using the second 'Florida High has served as a spark for have to replace a pair of key players in half to get his reserve players some quality playhis four returning players. guard Chaquiesha Spears and center ing time. "The waywe ended the season, the Latia Bass, with the latter's post pres- For Graceville, Trent Smith led the team with nd llsportsitemstoeditogirls seemed real hungry after match- ence and interior scoring proving es- five of the six points, while Sabari Kirkland rial@jcfloridan.com, or faxthem ing up with Florida High and Small pecially difficult to replace so far. had six points and Mileak Williams had five for to 850A82-4478. The mailing with her being an All American and "She was a major contributor for Marianna. with how we fought them hard," he us in the post," Brown said of Bass. In 'B' team action, MMS controlled the first address for the paper isackson said. "With her gone, we're looking
at Tallahassee being between Godhy, See BULLDOGS, Page 2 See BULLIUP Page 2B Marianna, FL 32447.L




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get along well and I think well 'We played those last tw I College Footbal Bullpup 1 Bd ods benefit from that in the long games pretty much with the
rrun. But Nvou*%e got so much to crew we have now and ended
"l learn when you go from middle up being more aggressive offen- F

quarter by posting 17 "I talked to some of the play- school to high school or even sivel- and defensively because i, points and holding Gracev- ers we played against last year (junior varsity) to varsity and we increased a lot of speed in ille to four. and they said they walked out there still tr-ing to get ready transition and guarding people ore oU
Graceville came alive with bruises after they guarded for it." defensivhk: he said. -\We'll M o r ou
offensively in the second her. We're missing that briser The coach mentioned sopho- have to depend on our defense quarter with 11 points, this year. But we've got a good mores Jaquanna Hughes and and forcing turnovers and a i
trimming the Marianna group (of returning players) Kim Highsmith and freshman scoring in transition. This year lead to 26-15 at the half- right now that's strong in terms Torrianna Wite as young play- we're no doubt way faster and after in ju ry time break- of leadership and we're count- ers who %ill need to come along a whole lot quicker than we've
ing on them for most of the and pride depth for the Lady been in the past. My only conBut the Bullpups proved production." Bulldogs to navigate a very cern is the depth as far as bench The Associated Press
too much for the young Senior guards Ddnielle Hold- tough schedule that includes production.
Tigers in the second half, en and Shania Spellman join Dothan, Malone, Rutherford, "We're dealing with just three GAINESVILLE, Fla. Florida's injury controlling it 26-8. athletic sophomore wing player and Pensacola High in addition upperclassmen, eight sopho- woes now extend off the field.
Leading the Tigers in Bri Johnson to give Marianna to district foes Walton, Pensac- mores and four freshmen. That Offensive tackle Tyler Moore, Who scoring was Cyprian James some pop on the perimeter, ola Catholic, and West Florida. makes for a good IV team, but started sixgames, willmissthe rest of the with nine points, followed and senior Shakira Handsford It's a challenging slate for the it's tough on your varsity being season following a scooter accident. by Cedric Williams and An- will try to fill Bass' shoes on the Lady Bulldogs, but it's one that that young." Coach Will Muschamp said Wednesdre Brown with five points inside. Brown said could prove benefi- But Brown said that the talent day that Moore, a third-year sophoeach. Those four players are the cial down the road. is there if the young players can more who transferred from Nebraska;
Marianna was led by Trey only ones with significant var- "We have to play some very get up to speed with the vets crashed while driving home from pracFreeman's 22 points, -with sity experience for Marianna, strong teams that I definitely soon enough. tice Tuesday night and had surgery to
Stefan McMilian in double and Brown said he is counting think will benefit us in the long "They clicked real well with repair a compound fracture in his right digits with 10. on them to lead the way for run as far as preparing for the them during the summer and elbow. It's unclear how long he will be
Louzarius Peterson was his younger, more unproven district and facing that level of they work hard and love the sidelined. on the board with six, players. competition," he said. "I think game," the coach said: "It's just Moore is the ninth Florida player
w The older group has really that will give us a great op- the little things that we've got to including five starters lost for the while Kegan Jones posted worked hard and I pretty much portunity to be successful in tweak and fix beforewebecome season. The list includes quarterback five points. put those three (seniors) and district." a really good team. But I do feel Jeff Driskel, defensive" tackle DomiThe Bullpups will travel Bri in position where all four They'll have to do it with more like we'll be very good during nique Easley, running back Matt Jones, to Grand Ridge today to of them are mentors for the speed than size this year, but the the second half of the season. right tackle Chaz Green and kick retake on the Indians with younger ones. Everything falls coach said he believes his team We just have so much to learn turner Andre Debose. games at 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. on those leaders to monitor the is fully prepared to do just that and build on real soon." The Gatots also are without starting Graceville will be on the younger girls and keep them after seeing how it played in the Marianna opens up the regu- left tackle D.J. Humphries, who will road at Chipley Rouhlac up on the plays," he said. "The last two games of last season af- lar season Tuesday on the road miss his second straight game with a with tip off at 4 p.m. girls we have love the game and ter Bass gothurt. against Cottondale. sprained knee.


season. point line, but this group function as a unit. able to get in the air and be it last year and that's why
The 6-foot-i Wright should have more balance "The X-factor for all of us so physical. We have men the kids fought that hard. and 6-foot-2 Florida State and versatility. ,is probably Diamonisha. that practice with us and They did have that goal From Page lB transfer Wells give Chipola "We're going to shoot the She has to play under con- she's been throwing men and I think we'll look back
two dynamic post scorers, three-ball because we have trol and run the team," the around." a couple of years from now
This year's team will have while the 6-foot-2 Akhator good shooters, but we're coach said. "She averaged The coach said that this and say that's the group, a much different look than looks to be the dominant definitely going to look to .35 points per game in high group still has a long way those seven kids, that reallast year's group, which rebounder and defensive go inside more and with school, so she has to figure to go when it comes to ly started it off and brought went just seven-deep and anchor the Lady Indians- the people we've got, we out. how to facilitate and matching the consistent that culture here." relied on quickness and didn't have last year. ought to be able to score in defer more as opposed to intensity and the mental Brooks was a part of that deadly three-point shoot- It makes for a pretty there," he said. "But it Will just being the team. There toughness of last year's team and said Wednesday ing to overcome its lack of crowded frontcourt .and a take us some time to figure may be some growing squad, but the talent is that she has no doubt that size and depth. lot of company for Brooks, out our identity: as a team. pains there too." clearly there to make an- this version of the Lady InDespite the low numbers who often had to battle That will be huge. Right Bell and Ellison will start other run at the national dians can get back to Saliand having just one true by herself against bigger, now, we don't have that at the wing positions, with tournament and beyond. na, Kan., and finish the job post player, the Lady In- stronger frontlines last identity. We're still find- Wright starting at pow- The beyond part is this time. dians finished the season season. ing, our way. That comes er forward initially and something -that Franklin "We have so much talent
with 28 wins and knocked "We have way more more with every practice Akhator holding down the said he doesn't shy away and we're coming together. off Southwestern Illinois bodies now," Brooks said with people building on middle. from when talking to his There are still some growand Southern Idaho at the Wednesday. "It's great com- their roles and figuring out Akhatot's presence, espe- players. ing pains,- but I believe in national tournament be- petition. Wehit each other where theyfit in." cially at the defensive end, "We talk about a national this team," she said. "We fore eventually falling to in practice, but we know Perhaps the key role on should be felt immediately championship every sin- all know where we want national runner-up Cen- we're; making each other this team will be. played for the Lady Indians. gle day," the coach said. "I to get go and that's the natral Arizona. better. We pretty much by. 5-foot-3 sophomore "Defensively, s.she can think if you don't have that tional tourney. We'know if
The 2013-14 Lady Indi- had to fight and clawfor point guard Diamonisha cause a lot of chaos and vision, then you don't know we don't win it, it won't be ans will have a tough task every rebound last year, so Sophus, who replaces All a lot of problems for peo- what you're working for. because anybody wanted to replicate or surpass that'- ifs great to have some help, Panhandle Conference ple," Franklin said of the We're.embracing that and it more or worked harder success, but, they'll have down there now." guard Jade Givens and Nigerian post player. "She's that's fine. We talked about than we did."
plenty of tools to do so Franklin said that his Franklin said will have to so long and athletic and with 13 total.players five team will still push the. adjflst to playing with such jumps so high. She can who are 6-foot or taller pace and try to attack talented teammates in or- cause other teams a lot of Tot
after having just one last teams from the three- der for the Lady Indians to trouble with her just being


ally neat feeling. It's myjob crisp against Blountstown she said. "Every coach willjust to make sure they're or really any team at this tell you the same thing, as prepared as possible point. We want to be able that their kids play betFrom Page 1B emotionally and mentally to get this game behind us ter as the competition
on Saturday." and keep moving as far as gets better, and I really
players. "Some of them do, Sneads has had its way we can." think Blountstown is. good
like Logan and Shelbi and with Blountstown this Though the matches enough to make my girls Mallory, but the younger year, Winning both regular weren't nearly as competi- come out and really play ones don't really grasp season matchups in three tive this season, the two their best ball. If my girls the importance of it. I've sets and taking the-district schools have waged some will do that, then I feel kind of stressed to them title match in four, drop-, epic battles with each confident. that, 'it's for you and you'll ping the second set 25-23 other over the last several "I think it's going to :,More for your honey. Kubota's now' never forget it, but it's re- before winning the next years and Sheila Roberts be an exciting match.- -' Standard .3200/L3800 models. ally for the community two in dominant fashion said she expected Satur- Blountstown is not going and the school and all the 25-13 and 25-10 to close day's contest to be very in- to just roll over and let us Pahandle Tractor, Inc. people who are support- it out. tense and hard fought. walk down to Kissimmee. mm,,.au
ing you.' There are a lot of "I feel like we're in a pret- "It's been a big rivalry, They're going to fight and t m people behind them and ty good spot. We're pretty but I love playing Blount- we'll have to bring it and I hope they realize how confident," the coach said. ,stown because they play play our best ball to win. I I-lel w~kbt~o l
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request. brother and current Regent 2 start this year raised intense the school's new athletic direc"Sexton confirmed that UT is Steve Hicks five days after the speculation about his future. tor. He replaces DeLoss Dodds, a AUSTIN, Texas -The agent for the only job Nick would possibly AP first reported that the call Some of that pressure has staunch Brown ally who is leav-~ coach Nick Saban told Texas of- consider leaving Alabama for, took place. eased after a five-game win- ing after 32 years.
ficials in January that Texas wavs and that his success there cre- Saban has said he didn't know ning streak that has Texas in first It is still unclear who initiated the only school he would con- ated special pressure for him," anything about the meeting, and place in the Big 12, but Saban is the contact between Sexton sider leaving Alabama for, and Hicks wrote. *he'Is too old to start over some- often mentioned as a potential and the Texas representatives,
his success with the Crimson The pressure was not further place else. The Tlide has won the replacement. although Tom Hicks' email sugTide had put him under "special explained in the email and Sex- last two national titles and his Saban has won four national gests it was Sexton. Hicks wrote pressure," The Associated Press ton declined comment Tuesday. team is currently ranked No. 1. championships, one with LSU that Steve Hicks had told him has learned. Saban was not available after Brown, who will be paid $5.4 in 2003 and three with Alabama "an agent had made contact to
The agent, Jimmy Sexton, practice. million this year, won the 2005 after the 2009, 2011 and 2012 say Saban could have interest in
made the comments during a Two days after the call, Hicks national title and lost to Saban's seasons. Saban earns $5.6 mil- UT."
45-minute call with former Texas approached Texas coach Mack Alabama team in the 2010 cham- lion per year, but Texas the Tom Hicks also wrote that Regent Tom Hicks and current Brown about the possibility pionship game. The Longhorns nation's wealthiest athletic pro- Wallace Hall had told him that Regent Wallace Hall. Hicks de- of retiring. Brown, who is un- are 28-18 since that defeat. gram certainly could afford a "very confidential friend (of tailed the call in a Sept. 24 email der contract until 2020, said he Brown has said he plans to him. Hall) had heard from Jimmy
that was obtained Tuesday by wanted-to stay. .coach through his contract. But On Tuesday, Texas announced Sexton, Saban's agent, and that
the A! through an open-records Hicks sent the email to his three sub-par seasons and 1- it had hired Steve Patterson to be he was willing to have a call."












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M o 3 O-743W 4w 850-209-8449. MUST SELL ?!!! of the following units:
Lincol 1991 Mercury Pracer. metallic blue, 44k UNIT'C17 Sheler Swilley- 2853 Orange St,
Smll! QoWt FIIIy OdelledPak 1. 2& 3R I original miles, only driven in Dothan. mint con- Marianna
II Ism h e wate, gorge edition, 4 new tires, like new. 4 doors, cold AC. UNIT C8 Tamathia Beny 3224 Pine St.
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Iwmt*,M Pets 8-50 2-1i39 power steering and AM/FM radio. $5,000 Call Cottondale
334-701-0010UNIT C4 Sammy Clayton 1253 Boone Lane, Grand Ridge, FI
Nissan 2905 Afthna 132,000 miles, black in color UNIT B25 Stacy Kenner 4225 Village Ct,
new tires, great car. $4000. 850-209-8449. Marianna
H FO 1 MUST SELL! The Auction of contents will be held on NovemNissan 2012 Aftima, low miles, must sell, $200 ber 9th at 9 am. Owner reserves the right to re* Large Brick Horm 3/2 with 10 acres, coumtry down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714- fuse any and all bids,
seduded area $16#,M6 $25,011 down & 0028.
$7661. mo. Own FL Aval. 850-26428& Nissan 2012 Versa, GAS SAVER, well equipped, WANTED AUTOS-M],
-- ;,still under factory warranty, $250 down, $250
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Toyota 2011 Carmy, Great family car, great gas ...gardless of yemakepiode we hae..
mileage, pwr windows, door lock, Am/FM, CD, ilIlon sof doN on handto pay you good $300 down, $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher : moneyfor your c..entve:de -,-
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2006 Forest iver Wildwood LE Model #31QBSS PUBLICATION NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEPOSITORS OF
31' Dry wt. 10280 lbs., 1 slide, 4 bunk beds, Harley Davidson 2009 Sporster XI. 1200C, red, The Bank of Jackson County Graceville, FL
Booth dinette, Center kitchen & LR, Jackknife excellent condition 6300 miles, $7695. On October 30, 2013 (the "Closing Date"), the Florida Office of Financial Regulation closed sofa, Front Q bed, Side aisle bath w/ shower & 334-671-8671 or 334-791-0984. Lots of Extras. The Bank of Jackson County, 5381 Cliff Street of Graceville, Florida 32440 (the "Failed Institutioroof vent, DbI. door Frig., Gas/Elec. water heat- S U n") and appointed the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as Receiver (the "Receiver") to
er, microwave, Gas stove top/oven & furnace, handle all matters relating to the Failed Institution.
er, icrwave Ga stoe tp/ovn &furnceTO THE CREDITORS OF THE FAILED INSTITUTION Duct A/C /Heat, AM/FM Stereo, Front & rear 2012 Nissan Pathfinder one owner, excellent All creditors having claims against the Failed Institution must submit their claims in writing, stabilizer jacks, $9,000.00 334-790-4612 condition, low mileage, super clean, $19, 950, together with proof of the claims, to the Receiver on or before February 5, 2014 (the "Claims
MOTORHOMES_& _____ Phone 334-796-5036 Bar Date"). Claims may be submitted via the Internet on the FDIC web site, by fax, or by mail to
--- O the following address: FDIC as Receiver of The Bank of Jackson County8800 Baymeadows Way
1998 40 Ft. Gulfstream Tour Master RV- Diesel, West, Jacksonville, FL 32256, Attention: Claims Agent
RV Top of the Line, 1 Slide Out, Outside Enter- Dodge Ram 1500 2007 SLT quad cab 4x2 HEMI You can obtain an official Proof of Claim form and instructions at www.fdic.gov or by calling tainment Center & Freezer. S/S Refrigerator, 5.7 V8 engine, anti theft, tilt steering, 27K (904) 256-3925. Washer/Dryer, Separate Ice Make, 95,000 miles, very clean, powerdrivers seat, rear slid- Under federal law, failure to file a claim on or before the Claims Bar Date will result in disallowance of the claim by the Receiver. The disallowance will be final. 12 U.S.C. Section
Miles, Good Tires, $45,000. Includes 2002 PT ing window, bed liner, towing pack. Loaded. 1821(d)(5)(). Cruiser Tow Car. 850-557-3455 $17,000. 334-475-6309. NOTE TO CLASS CLAIMANTS: By law, the Receiver will not accept a claim filed on behalf of a
2002 Wlnabago 34' 2 slides, 5500 ONAN Gen, Ford 2010 F150 FX4 4-door, completely loaded, proposed class of individuals or entities or a class of individuals or entities certified by a court. lots of upgrades, excellent condition, 29000 excellent condition, 158K miles, $18,900 EACH individual or entity must file a separate claim with the Receiver. miles $32,000. Honda 2006 CRV: 44600 miles, 334-791-3081. TO THE DEPOSITORS OF THE FAILED INSTITUTION
ready to tow w/blue ox tow bar The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (the "FDIC"), which insures your deposits in its corsystem, excellent condition $13,000. Both 128K miles on new porate capacity, arranged for the transfer of all deposits ("Deposits") including the uninsured
engine, exc. cond. black amounts at the Failed Institution to another insured depository institution, First Federal Bank 796-5421 & silvr in con. NEW of Florida, 4705 West US Highway 90 Lake City, Florida 32055 (the "New Institution"). This arAmerican Eagle &silver in color. NEW rangement should minimize any inconvenience from the closing of the Failed Institution. You
2003,40fE tires,cold air, long may leave your Deposits in the New Institution,.but you must take action to claim ownership of
203 40ftwheel base, runs great your Deposits.

$95,000. & very clean Reduced To $3500. OBO federal law, 12 U.S.C. Section 1822(e), requires you to claim ownership of ("claim") your
Call for more info Must Sale. 334-701-2596 located in Ozark Deposits at the New Institution by taking any of the following actions within 18 months from
(775) 721-8359 the Closing Date. If you have more than one account, your action in claiming your Deposit in
one account will automatically claim your Deposits in all of your accounts.
M1. Make a deposit to or withdrawal from your account(s). This includes writing a check on any Mla Ra fo a a o c t account;GMC 2008 Savannah Cargo Van account, having an automated direct deposit credited to or an automated withdrawal debited
?,B ~~~~~~~~~Mileage 109,575. Can be seen at 208 Bic Road. fo n con rcoigteacut
~i r;*] ;_, I Call 334-792-7746 ask for Sylvia 2. Execute a new signature card on your account(s), enter into a new deposit agreement with
WANTED A the New Institution, change the ownership on your account(s), or renegotiate the terms of your
Chevrolet 2002 Trailblazer.~ certificate of deldosit account(s) (if any);
New design w/straight 4.2, 3. Provide the New Institution with a completed change of address form; or
6 cyl. eng w/DOC, 24V, 1ST PLACE TO CALL. FOR ALL OF 4. Write to the New Institution and notify it that-you wish to keep your account(s) active with
270HP. Good MPG, GRN, YOUR TOWING NEEDS! the New Institution. Please be sure to include the name of the account(s), the account
AC, OD auto, PS, PB, near number(s), the signature of an authorized signer on the account(s) and a name and address.
&4 ~ ~ 7.U p Please be advised that Official Items issued by the Failed Institution, e.g., cashier's checks,
new tires. Runs, looks & drives good. Lots of dividend checks, interest checks, expense checks, and money orders are all considered to be
power. New headlights, bakery, wiper blades. AUrO'BODY & REYCS + .....
Y TDeposits and must be claimed:within 18 months from the Closing Date.
NADA $4,500. Reduced to $3,995. 671-3059. PAYIITOP DOLLAP FOR JUNK CARS If you dolnot claim ownership of your Deposits at the New Institution within 18 months from
Chrysler 2004 PT Cruiser, Contact Jason Harger at 334-791"2624 the Closing Date" federal law requires the New Institution to return your Deposits to the FDIC,
automatic, 4 cylinder, I Which may be required to deliverthem as unclaimed property to theState indicated in yourlcold air, loaded, 76,000 ad CALL FORTOP PRICE. address on the Failed Institution's records. 12 U.S.C. Section 1822(e). If your address is outside
miles, excellent condi- of the United States, th:FDIC may be required to deliver the Deposits to the State in which the
tion. $5200. Call 790-7959 1 Failed Institution had its main office. If the State accepts custody of your Deposits,.you will
G:FOR JUNK EHICLES, have 10 ye7rs frofithe date otfdelivery to claim your Deposits from theState. After 10 years,
GOT BAD CREDIT?. you will be permanentlY barred.from claiming your Deposits.
4 $0 Down/Ist Payniet,. I ALSO SELL USES PARTS If the StAte does not tike cust6d9 of you rDeposits after the 18-month period; you may claim
-Tax, Tag & Title Pass your Deposits fromh the FDCuntil the receivership of the Failed Institution is terminated.
XRepog & apass bankruptcy L A receivership may beterminated.atany time. Once the receivership terminates, you will not
SLOW T tm o purchase. Looking for VW.Van be able to claim your Deposits.,.
Ask About 1000. off at timeof purchase.in Enterprise i AL I If you have a'loan with the Failed Institution, and you would like to discuss offsetting your
4 Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 -in 1983. If you have insured and/or uninsured deposit(s) against the loan, you must contact the FDIC immediately.
seen this vehicle In the event you disagree with the FDIC's determination of your insurance coverage as reprepeoe 4 seated by the account(s) made.available at the New Institution, you may seek a review of the mindall 2000 Odse3 runs perfect 3yw00. contact me @FDIC's-determination in the United States District Court for the federal judicial district where

Call 334-693-9360 swtcrafthotmailcom the principal place of business of the Failed Institution was located. You must file your request
Mercury 2005 Monterey Van: tan with tan inte- (LASS IjD A 1 RT IING for this review no later than 60 days after the date on which your deposit(s) became available
rior, fully loaded, 74k miles, 2 owner, excellent J-J IFIEJ ADVE II NG to you at the New Institution. Filing a request for review will not prevent you from using the
shape, good gas mileage. Asking $8000 Call Your source for selling and buying! funds in your new account
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MAGIC MARK?
AP/BRANDON WADE
The Mark Martin magic has not come empty seats at Texas. You can't accuse Jimmie Johnson of
through since he took the wheel of the No. 14 "We're thrilled that NASCAR fans have once Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet. Tony Stewart again chosen to attend the AdvoCare 500, and being "all hat and....cattle," broke his leg in a sprint-car Crash in August we are all looking forward to another wonderful and hired Martin away from Michael Waltrip and exciting race weekend," Phoenix President Time to call in the dogs and put out Racing to finish out the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Bryan R. Sperber said. "We recognize that fans the fire? Cup Series. have a number of choices as they decide where
AP/TIM SHARP Martin made his 10th start in the No. 14 entry togo, and we're honored that they have chosen Are you kidding? Nt even close.
If he could outrun the at Texas Motor Speedway'and produced an to support Phoenix." You can still get a "seat" Everyone who saw Jimmie Johnson's
11th-place finish. The 54-year-old wonder has for the race by purchasing a ticket for neigh- performance at Texas is ready to clear guy in his own shop, scored only one top-lO since he grabbed the boring "Rattlesnake Hill."Good luck with that. his seat at the head banquet table. But
he'd be in good shape, wheel at Bristol on Aug. 24. as Santa Anna could tell you, a TexasWould you rather be His average finish in the No. 14 is 22.4. ROUSH POWER? bulletproof.sized confidenceoesn'tmakeyou.
Johnson or Kenseth And before heading over to help Stewart, he Ironically, John Force captured the NHRA his Texas dominarce and pack it irfVie'
right now? had led 98 Cup Series laps and earned a pole Funny Car championship Sunday thanks to the hauler alongside the shocks, springs and
under the Waltrip banner. He started 33rd at horsepower produced with help from the shops Cheez-lts, he'd be in Wonderful shape. GODSPEAK: Sometimes Texas on Sunday. of Roush Yates Racing. Meanwhile, at Texas Butagain, in racing, momenttrr isonly
it is better to bethe Martin, who carries a gigantic constructive Motor Speedway, Ford's top Cup Series driver, as strong as your moext set of Goodyears
guy chasing. Jimmie's attitude on his small, muscular frame, spun a Carl Edwards, made an early exit when his a s a
small lead is enough positive opinion of his Lone Star State run. RYR motor went up in smoke after 187 of 334 The old "lug nut rule". is in play?.
squeeze his helmet. "A great, great effort today by this Bass Pro scheduled laps. Just for the record, Force won When you're talking about a mere
KEN'S CALL: Raise your Shops/Mobil 1 team," Martin said. "The the Las Vegas final Wvith a monster seven-pointlead With 579 laps of racing'
hand if you said Kenseth. car was really good all day. It's a pretty run of 310.630 mph. "Man we're remaining atPhoenix and Homestead,
That's what I thought. good piece, and hopefully we'll get it having fun," Force said. Edwards all it takes is one bad lug nut to make
turned around for Homestead. I'm was not so happy with his Matt Kenseth the new leader. Let's
Junior was close so proud of the effort these guys Roush Yates power plant. amend that: All it takes is one bad
again; can he grab a put in and am very thankful for thread on one lug nut.
win in 2013? all of their hard work all weekend Getty Images/JERRY MARKLAND So you like Kenseth's. position?GODSPEAK: I really want long." You'd rather be up at uchdown than
to say "Yes!" But my The team said Martin had to deal Yes, we assume the team
head says, "Junior, 2014 with a "loose-handling condition" seamstress did some down a touchdown.but Kensetl ps ihemming on Tony's old tion is enviable because there'si'o outDaytona 500 champion." that "plagued the No. 14 Chevrolet side pressure. Jimmie is like the favored
KEN'S CALL: I'd lik6 his from the start of practice Friday." uniform. football team that's up seven, with the
chances if he entered The car stayed loose ir time trials. ball, withabout three minutes toplay.
Pensacola's Snowball ."It wasn't until the last 15 minutes of You have to move the chains one or two
Derby later this month. final practice Saturday that the team more times. And this less-than-subtlefound a setup that suited Martin's reminder A year ago, after Texas, Jimdriving style," the team said in mie led Brad Keselowski by how many
ONLINE EXTRAS a post-race release. points? Yep, seven.
Still, Martin has not
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