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Jackson County Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna Fla
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Sims tagged as 2nd in command

Jackson County native The shift takes effect immediately. handled by Laiamore's office, across
promoted in public Sims will continue to be based out all six counties in the circuit, and will
defender's office where he has been in many other high-pro-
charge of Laramore's file murder cases.
From staff report office there for some A 1985 graduate
time, but will also be of Marianna High
Jackson County resident and well- taking on administra- Sqhool, Sims said he
known assistant public defender tive duties that will felt honored to be PHOTOSBYVALERIA ROBERTS/FLORIDAN
Mark Sims has been promoted. to Sims have him traveling Jewell selected as second in Bank of Jackson County branches in Graceville and Marianna
serve as Deputy Public Defender for more often through- command. (shown) will reopen Thursday, Oct. 31, as First Federal Bank of
the 14th Judicial Circuit. His boss, out the circuit. Laramore will con- "I'm very glad that he has confi- Florida branches. Temporary transition hours for the lobbies
Public Defender Herman Laramore, sut Sims on issues such as resource dence in me, that I've been able to and drive-through will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
announced the decision this week. allocations in the budget and per- prove myworth tohim. I hope to be st ea an
Sims is moving into a long-vacant sonnel decisions. an even #nore valuable asset in this
slot previously held by lawyer Walter Sims will continue to be the lead new role," Sims said.
Smith, who resigned the post in July or co-lead defense council in all or F ori a air Ban
2011 to focuson his private practice. most of the. capital murder cases See PROMOTION, Page 7A

9 T Branch transition hours set
Cha.. of Jackson Counrt
for Marianna, Graceville
From staff report First Federal press release,
the terms of the transac-
First. Federal Bank of tion will be released at a
Florida has announced the' fiture date.
purchase of certain assets FirstFederal aofFlor-
and assumption of certain ida acquired all deposits of
liabilities of Bank of Jack- Bank of Jacksd'n County
son County in' Graceville through a purchase and
and Marianna. The trans- assumption .agreement
action closed Wednesday,
Oct. 30. According to a See BANI,'Page 7A

BCF graduate, friends to

be featured on'Church

Rescue' TV series

Show begins Nov. 11
.From staff report
Billing themselves as the
"Church Hoppers," three
friends are getting national
attention for their work
to revitalize struggling
When students of The
Baptist College of Florida
in Graceville graduate
and launch out into areas
of ministry and service,
manyof theventure into :TSUBMITTED PHOTO
The urh Hoppers BCF
iniquevocationalministry graduate Jerry "Doc" Bentley
positions or proceed to the and friends Kevin Annas and
mission field. Anthony Lockhart will be
BCF graduate Jerry "Doc" featured on the new National
Bentley,.a 1993 graduate, is Geographic Channel series
one of many BCF alumni "Church Rescue:'
who have cultivated a pas-
sion to make a difference freshvisin for their jilis-
in the world., try and clarifying their pro-
Bentley has teamed up cesses. Some churchesthey
with two of his best friends, visit struggle with finances
Kevin "Rev Kev" ,Annas while others contend with
and Anthony"Gladannere" decreased attendance arind
Lockhart, to bring new life lack of motivation.
to churches looking to in- Thebusiness-mindedtrio
spiretheircongregations. helps struggling churches
Director Milli Bwi (rig) ANGIECOK/FLORIDAN Billing themselves as the make changes for the bet-
Marianna Health and Rehabilitation Ce~iter Activities Director Millie Bowling (right)donning a spooky mask, poses "Church Hoppers," the tersothatthey canreach
for a photo witha couple of Halloween "helpers" and just some of the 9,000 treats that were individually wrapped by trio travels throughout the community around
residents in anticipation of the facility's haunted house and candy giveaway. Bowling said the event, a resident favorite, the United States helping them more effectively.
has in recent years seen roughly 400 kids come through for a fright and a sweet. All trick-or-treaters are welcome to hU es en ing
stop by 4295 Fifth Ave. at 6:30 p.m. tonight. Use the main MHRC entrance if you dare! churches by encouraging
them and giving them a See BCF, Page 7A

Two Jackson County residents,
Sandy Hascher(ieft) and Diane Localwins Clara Barton Award
Blakely, won top honors this
year from the Central Panhandle
Chapter of the American Red 'Another JaCkson County residentalso disaster scenes, manned
Cross. They are shown here honored by American Red Cross shelters and helped hom-
together shortly after their by eowners assess the dam-
awards were presented at and cold for the cause of age to their property in the
an annual banquet in Panama BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER helping others through wake of floods, hurricanes
City. Hascher is this year's the American Red Cross. and tornadoes. She's trav-
winner of the organization's She's distributed food to eled into Alabama, Loui-
coveted Clara Barton Meritorious Sandy Hascher has thousands of people a siana and New York to do
Leadership Award. Blakely was slogged through mud, day, comforted individu- these things.
ARC Volunteer ofa the Countyea battled mosquitoes, en- als, driven emergency
ASUBMITEDPHOTO dured extreme heat, rain response vehicles into See AWARD, Page 7A

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24 hours 0.00" Year to date 57.68"
Month to date 1.85" Normal YTD 50.21"
Normal MTD 3.21" Normal for year 59.26"
Thursday Friday
Scattered PM Showers & Clearing & Mild.
Storms. Panama City Low- 4:00 AM High 8:10 PM
Apalachicola Low 8:50 AM High 1:42 AM 0-2 Low, 3-5 Moderate, 6-7 High 8-10 Very High, 11+ Extreme
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High 70High 72 Pensacola Low 5:50 PM High 9:49 PM
Low 470 Low 570
S urday unday RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage Sunrise 6:55 AM
Saturday Woodruff 40.37 ft. 66.0 ft. Sunset 5:53 PM
Sunny & Cooler. Mostly Sunny & Mild. Bloun tswn 2.60 ft. 15.0 ft. Moonrise 3:55 AM Nov Nov. Nov. Nov
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JACKSON COUNTY Conuntu y Calendar,

F L O R ID A N THURSDAY, OCT. College. Buttiare $20 Call 82375 to purchase :Juniors nd Senio .3 p.m. Beef OBradys. Free.
i Trick orTreat 5:30 p.m. 8 p;m. Clinto ticket. .L.. nabout scholasfip opportunit es atFAM.
Publisher Valeria Roberts St., Marianna. Trick or treating, carnival games, Book signing for Loyd Gilbert Gilley- lp.m. Ein i 26 :I i -graVeyard tour and free food.:Parking not allopied -o 33p.m. Chipola River;Bdbok p Te, 4402 Lafayette:. n 'e Ep lm ; i
Clinton St. Sponsored by: First Methodist Church,- St, Marianna. Author of: e of My Memory- icohollcs riueyms Open Meeting 4:0-
Circulation Manage Dena Oberski 'First Baptist Church, St. Luke's Epilcopal Chdrch and More R ecious Mei~ies. 5:30 p.m. inthe AA room of First U ited Methodist First Presbyterian Church and First Assemoblyt. of t~ Churh, 2901Calledonia Marianna. .
JkGod Church.Cn .i .-P 271840 i B d h Wak 6:30uet pm .
OGTAC d Church. 9:3t pm.atBeIlamyldjdge in Marianna. Sister iBeilamy Bri deGhost Walks 6:30 p.m
a Haunted House 6:30 p.m.'Marianna Health & Anne Bellarriy yices howtwo sisters married two 9:30 P:.rfiat BellaryBridge in Marianna.Alive
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Rehabilitation Center, 4195 5th Ave:, Marianna. brothers 'nd the comple farily lives. /2 mile walk paraiorfal.investigatibhow ile w or
.- FAX: 850-482-4478 c Totapplics tions Arh l f; : or tanorSprtztion provided byJTrans $2 eaving transpdrtation fpr 'idd l yTr ah$ l vin om
y. o. tots appc.ions nc.orage. frOm itfizens Lodge n Marianna -Rbservations Citizens Lodge in Marianna, Reserv jo 's r`equi'ed
Email: Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- ie e bs seat il Jackson. County to reserve a bus ea Call so '
StreetAddress: plications.will be taken until noon on Dec26. All tos oreqU re fisoevelabentC iii 82-06 email De entrunl A482 eor :ailiefo@-
o'- Tourist DevmelopmntCoiuricjl. 4828061or email Developmentb~undil _482-?01 o ail-info@'
4403 Constitution Lane will be dsributed on ec.1star ati ifo@visitjacksoncbhtyflaom. visitjacksoncMurit !ac6
Marianna, FL32448 3 St. Anne Thrift Store -9 a.n. -1 p.m. StAnie's Celebrate ,eco Evangel Worship a Chipola Men'sL asketball I asic- 8p.m:
Catholic Church, 3009 5th St. Marianna. Ca, 482- ranef l heon Cfn "' -
Office Hours: c Cuh, h St., Maiann Call enter, 2645 P, bble Hil. l Rod in Marianna. Adult,. Chipola plays.: .
Weekdays, 8 5 p.m. t 3734 mteetings tb"overcomnehurts, habits and 4 '
; Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oakst h i'g-ups" Dinner: 6p.m. Childcare available. Call S. INAYNO
MISS YOUR PAPfER? t Restaurant ,U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus 209-7856-573-1131. V. A Toys frTots apicaton. Anc ge
S S is the local community, "Community, Children & hil Men's Basketball C lasi 8 p.m Children's Home 4452 Clintn S. Mariana Ap-
You should receive your newspaper no later Character.' Call 526-3142. iCdhipolays: .ii'tinn wiiio 2twnn mii nonn n Dec. All
than 6 a.m. If'it does not arrive, call Circula- )) Fall Festival -5-p.m.- 7 p.m. Healthy Families B Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- 8-9 toys will be distributed on Dec.21 starting at
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to of North Florida, 4440 Putnam St., Marianna..No p.m. in the AA room of First'United Methodist 10 a.m.
Friday, and 7 a.m. to lla.m. on Sunday. The chae. Asking foron-perihable item for Chipola hurch2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Chipola College Spring registriti n ..
271-840) Ministries Food Bank. Chuch 20Ce.Chipola ege Spring registratl6n -8 8a.rn.t6
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Hallw Him 3 p.m. For current students with 30 plus hours. Call
is published Tuesday through Friday and ))Hallow Him 5:30 p.m.- 8 p.m. at Marianna SATURDAY, NOV.2 718-2211.
FSrunddayay m ai First Baptist Church, 2897 green St., Marianna.
Sunday moings. Periodical postage paid Games, food, family fun. Everyone welcome. Free. Toys fdr Tots applications Anchorage Book signing forLoyd Gilbert Gilley- 1:p.m.
at Marianna, FL. Sponsored by: Deliverance Baptist, Eastside Baptist; Children'sHome, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- 4 p.m. Sunday Afternoon with the Arts Chipola
First Baptist and Trinity Baptist. Cal 526-4200.. plications will be takeh until noon on Dec. 6. All toys College in the CulturalCenter. Authorof:' Backfield
SUBSCRPION RATES Sneads High School Project Graduation will be distributed on Dec: 21 starting at 10 a.m. of My Memory" and "More Precious Memories:.
Home deliver: $11.23 per month; $32.83 Wright's Halloween haunt "13".- 6-10 p.m. 2012' ) Syrip making class -6 a.m. Panhandle Pioneer' Christmas Open House- ip.m 5 p. Artistic
for three months $62 for x months; Wilson Ave., Grand Ridge. $3 per person. Ages and Settlement, 17869 NW Pioneer Settlement Rd,, Designs Unlimited, 2911Jefferson St, Marianna.:.
$62.0under free. Blountstown. All day class. From cane field to the Ribbon Cutting Ceernmony of newly tenovated build-
and $123.45 for one year.All prices include bottling of the syrup. Cost $50 requires a $25 inglpm.
applicable state and cales.Mail )) Marianna Health & Rehabilitation Center c o e i Acohbicos isc sin.
applicablehanding out candy 6:30 p.m. Manriann'aHealth & eposit. Cal 674-2777. Acoh1icsAonymous Closed Dicusin
subscriptions mustbe paid in advance. Mail Rehab., 4295 Fifth Ave., Marianna. Please use front Elk' 9Lodge yard sale 7 a.m.Marianna Elks : -6:30 ep.r in AA roofifoffirst United Methodist
subscriptions are: $46.12for three months; door entrance. Lodge #1516,4607 U.S. 90, Marianna. Arts and Church,2901Caledinia Marianna .-Attendance
$92.24for six months; and.$184.47 for one Bellamy Bridge Ghost Walks 6:30 p.m crafts vendorswelcome: Vendor space $10. Vendor :liri6ited to persons with a blesireto stp drinking.
o t ll responsible for chairs;tables and can y. Open to
year. -9:30 p.m. at Bellamy Bridge in Marianna. Elizabeth respnbic Casl 573 a : Alcoholics nony tous M ting pfi
Bellamy dons her wedding dress to tell the story of p ublic. Call 573-435 t board room of Ca mpbellton-Graceville Hospital,
ADVERTISING her life. / milewalk or transportation provided by. Jacksoh County Master Gardners Bat 542 College Drive, aceyille.
JTrans $2 leaving from Citizens Lodge in Maiinna. houses, Bat Conservat p, and Attracting i
The advertiser agrees that the publisher Reserations required to reserve a bus seat. Call Birds Worlshop 8 a. to3p.m The Jackson MO
shall not be liable for damages arising Jackson County Tourist Development Council 482- County- xterision Service 2741Pennsylvania .
out of errors and advertisements beyond 8061 r email infovisitjacksoncountyfa.c Ave., Marianna. Registrationutoff: Oct. 2. ~ Toypp l cati Anchrage
I are avilbl at tae Foia Chilcren's-------------Clint-
) the.nount paid for the space actually n Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, Fee $50Register: robtrawickufdu orcalApp ns wiChidrtaenme 442linti~ rn on ec raiann l
Pt p482s -9620.- 't AeplfcagtioodSwilq:takeniiitil aind on IDeci. XAll
occupied by that portion of the advertise- 8-9.p.m. First United Methodist Church, 2901 toy Will be distributed on Dec.21stsrtihg at':
ments in wich the error .CaledoniaSt., Marianna,'in the AA room.Atterdance Third Annual UF/IFAS Beekeepers Fld Day 10 ar; .
ments in which the negligencerror occurred, whethe limited to persons with a desireto stop driiking; Trae Show- 8:30 am. to 2:30 p.m. Washington -
such eror is due to the negligence of the papers ill not be signed. a County Extension Office,1424 Jackson Ave.,Chipley. 'Chpoa Ci.lege Spring regista~l-ng.8 a.m. to
publisher's employees or otherwise, and "Registratioh: $15 additional family member $10. 3 p.m. For current dehts with 30 plutiours Call
there shall be not liability for non-inser- FRIDAY, NOV. 1 Lunch and refreshments included. Call your lcal 718-2211.e c e
tion of any advertisement beyondthe Couhty Extensio Office to egister no laterthan r Jackson ounty iltersGuild Meeting
onbeyond the Toys for Tots applications Anchorage Oct. 25. 5:30-7:30 p.rfi. at Ascension Lutheran-Church,
amount paid for such advertisement. This Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St.. Marianna. Ap- ) Toys for Tots Bike Ride 10 a.m. Beef 0 3975 U.S. 90 West Marianna. Business meetiorgs
newspaper will not knowingly accept or plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys 'Brady's, across from Walmart plaza. Bikes are fourth Mondays other Mondaysare for projects,
^^.material of any kindo Advertis- will be one sinat 10m adep t,71 across from Walmart plaza. Bikes ar d aysher Mond roje,
publish illegalbe distributed on Dec. 21starting at 0 a.m deprt at :15 a.m.for escorted 80 mile run ending lessons, help. All quilters welcome Call 209-7638.
ing-which expresses preference based on a Chipola College Spring Registration 8a.m. at Madison Park. Food and refreshments furnished B Council Meeting- 6 the Jacob City Hall
legally protected personal characteristics is to63 p.m. For current studehts with 45 plus hours. by Madison's Restaurant. Music by CedarMountain in the City of Jacob.
not acceptable. Call 718-2211; a Bank-at 1 p.m. Donation; $15 toy for rider and pas- i Woodmen of the World Lodge 65 monthly
) Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at the Jackson senger. Cash and check donations also accepted. meeting 6:30 p.m. Dellwood Voluriteer Fire
HOW TO GET YOUR County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and a Book signing for Loyd Gilbert 11 a.m.-to 5 Department, Dellwood. All members encouraged to
experienced hand crafters welcome to create, share, p.m. The Oaks Restaurant 4727 U. S.90, Marianna. attend and bring a friend. Bring a covered dish. Call
NEWS PUBLISHED learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. Author of:" Backfield of My Memory" and "More 482-5255.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish Scholarship Boston butt Fundraiser noon Precious Memories:' a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
news of general interest free of charge. 6 p.m. Madison Street Park. Families of late Teddy ) North West Florida Chapter of FAMU Alumni p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Submit your news or Community Calendar Jeter, Bo McClamma and Brandon Hobbs are selling. Association sponsoring dinner for high school ChurCh, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. Boston butts to fund three scholarships to Chipola
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, 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,
anniversary and birth announcements. email editorial@jcfloridan.comn, fax 850-482-4478 or.bring iteins to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good quality and .Police Rounr dup
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the
right to edit all submissions. Marianna Police Jacksoi County alarms, one panic alarm, five B Benjamin Seganrra, 29, 2550
ING IT RIGHT Departnent Sheriff's Offces traffic stops, one criminal mis- Lakeshore Drive, Marianna,
GETING IT RIGHT chief complaint, one civil dis- possession of marijuana-less
The Jackson County Floridan's policy The Marianna Police De- The Jackson County Sheriff's' pute, one trespass complaint, than 20 grams, tampering with
is to correct mistakes promptly. To partment listed the following Office and county fire/rescue one animal complaint, one car evideice.
report an error, please call 526-3614 incidents for Oct. 29, the latest reported the in ditch, 14 property checks, D Joseph Dickens; 41, 700 Tni-
Monday-Friday. available report: Three aban- following incidents for Oct. 29, two assists of motorists or pe- man Ave., Pensacola, sentenced
doned vehicles, two suspi- the latest avail- destrians, three assists of other to 180 days.
cious persons,.one escort, one able report: One agencies, B Connith Harris, 39, 7066 Old
report ofillness, one physical o- accident, three one Baker Act transport and Spanish Trail, Grand Ridge,
": : disturbance, one panic alarm, Fr t ME abandoned one 911 hang-up. violation of drug offender traffic stops, one crimi- 'vehicles, one probation, driving under the
'nal mischief complaint, one reckless driver, influence.
civil.dispute, two juvenile com- six suspicious vehicles, two JakSof County
Splaints, four animal complaints, suspicious persons, one escort, CorrCtional Facility JaIl Population: 205
eight property checks, one one physical disturbance, one The .followin ersonsTo report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
retail theft, one welfare check, strong- P eon r at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
one 911 hang-up and 10 home arm robbery, 25 medical calls, booked into the county jail dur- agency.To report a wildlifeviolation, call
S.JCFLOREnDAAN .COM security checks. one traffic crash, four burglar ing the latest reporting periods: 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


Chipola Area Board of Realtors hold annual fall meeting
Special to the Flordan The 2013 president, Realty in Marianna and Cloud, and Mary Beth
Cresh Harrison, thanked First runner-up Sheila Kaminski. Officers that
The Chipola Area Board everyone for coming and Barbee with ERA Chipola have already been voted
of Realtors and Affiliates kicked the evening Realty, Chipley Office. in for 2014 are Pat Furr
gathered the night of off by announcing they The festivities continued President, Cresh Har-
Oct. 17 for its annual fall would be having a moonlit with entertainment pro- rison Past President,
meeting. This is one of hayride through the vided by Robert Williams and continuing Directors
the favorite events of the several hundred acres of with "Karaoke by Am- Sheila Barbee, Stacy
year and all were looking farmland. Afterwards, the brose." A delicious potluck Borges, Jim Palmer, and
forward to it. winners of the chili cook- dinner, including all the Bettie Slay.
SThe event was held off were named. chili entries, was enjoyed The CABR wants to
at the Milton Farm in The chili judges were by all. thank the Affiliate mem-
B Marianna, thanks to Kathy Melanie Davis and Shortly after dinner the bers who joined them:
and Albert Milton as the Georgeann Adkison 2014 board officers were Regions Bank, Milton
.gracious hosts. This year, from Regions Bank, named: Laureri Lyons Insurance, Oceanside
it was centered around a Robert Milton, and Bob President-elect, Kathy Title, Inc., and A. Clay
SUBMITTED PHOTO chili cook-off and naming Eskuchen. They named Milton Secretary/Trea- Milton, PL for helping
Chili cook-off winners: Kathy Milton, winner and Sheila Barbee, their new 2014 board of- the winner Kathy Mil- surer, and directors to make it such a great
first runner-up. ficers and directors. ton with ERA Chipola Cindy Birge, Edwina evening.


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Secently theMarianna Rotary Club
S donated 207 dictionaries to Riverside
.Le Elementary School. They have donated
and distribUted rmore ihan 600 dictionari s to
other schools throughout the county. Pic-
tured are: Riverside school employees Cindy
James, Chris Franklin and Marcia Sewell as
SUBMITTED PHOTOS we as Rtary embers YongRoberts,
Pictured is the historic Bellamy Bridge.. .Twel as Rotary members John Young Roberts,
SScott P ramore, Eddie Hopkins, JimWatts and
ale Cox was th.e Earl Paramore.
I speaker for the The Marianna Duplicate Bridge Club
SP"Marianna Gar- results announced
den Clubat Bellamy Special to the Floridan ces Subalesky Zillah
Bridge with stories of Fossum
,rice farms, pine forest .The Marianna Duplicate l Third place Mary.
and of course a guide Bridge Club announces Lou Miller Sharon
to the other world of winners of Oct. 28's game: Morgan
North-South The Marianna Bridge
ghosts andspirits, First place Douglas Club is sanctioned by
Nineteen garden club Parker Kurt Opfermanin the American Contract
members walked half- ))Second place Bridge League. The game
m Lois Stanwaity Betty is held every Monday at 1
mile as Mr. Cox told Brendemuehl:'.. p.m.,at St. Luke's Episco-
the history of Bellamy ))Third place Linda pal Church in Marianna
Bridge. He will give Hddges Bobbie Fenster at 4362 Lafayette Street.
tourson Halloween Anyone is
East-West come and play or observe.
andNov. 1 and 2 free of ))First place -Bill Lies For more information and
charge every half-hour Dale Clks with he arden Club Doris Ottingert partners call LibbyHutto
c eDale Cox talks with the Garden Club.
n)Second place -Fran- at 526-3162.
H oui i A I 'Online, all the tin*! 1
oHspital Auolar
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holds erly meeting (M) : Phi
The fourth quarterly T ()
meeting of the Jackson Wed (E) 10/0 8-0- 63 Noaa
Hospital Auxiliary was
held in the Hudnall build-hus (4
ing on Oct. 2. Vice Presi-
dent Marilyn .Mabardy F O 7 483
called the meeting to order
and Welcomed guests and
members. A delicious meal Sat () IN STORE:.
was served the hospital.
wstaff. t SUBMITTEDPHOTO () 1 Ring Sizing, Watch
Winniers of the Jackson Hospital Auxiliary floral arrangements Repair, Custom Design;
Marilyn introduced the were Ella Mae Harris, Sharon Bannerman, Yvonne Hill and n 24Pearl Re-stringing,'
guest speakers, Robin Catt, Dorothy Peters. E na i i d Restoration
Director of Nurses and 'Free Jewelry Cleaning
Connie Swearingen, Su- A short business session den; Treasurer, Brenda Layaway
pervisor of the Maternity followed. Barbara Jones, Peacock. Saturday 10/26 463 49 5
Department. They.showved Chairman of Nominating -Winners of the Jackson Wednesday ,0/30 ot.'b'Est 1971 -
a film with the focus on Committee,, announced- Hospital Auxiliary floral' i a tson
"quality care for the pa- the following slate of of- arrangements were Ella t1- 062549x
tients." Jackson Hospital ficers for 2014. President, Mae Harris, Sharon Ban- cSaeoro2r
strives to have the best Daikie Schoultheis; Vice nerman, Yvonne Hill and Wedesa 1 N'b850.482.4037
health care of a commu- President, Ellie Green; Dorothy Peters. The meet- F yino850.4827.403
nityhospitalin the nation, Secretary, Sandra Dur- ing was adjourned.

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Earth-size planet found with rocky core likeours Local author
Loyd Gilbert
The Associated Press They measured the plan- ing, Astonomically speak-
et's mass to determine its ing,jis short. Gilley to hold
CAPE .CANAVERAL-- density and content. More than 1,000 exo-
Scientists have found a It's actually a little plai words outside book igl ngs
planet way out in the cos- bigger than Earth and our ,olar sstem have j
mos that's close in size nearly double its mass, or been confipmed so far. :Special to the Floridan
and content to Earth an weight. NASA's. 'epler Space
astronomical first. Kepler-78b ,is located Telescope, used to discov- Jackson County author
But hold off on the travel in the Cygnus constella- er Keplekr78b, has identi- Loyd Gilbert Gilley will be
plans. This rocky world is tion hundreds of light- fied 3,56 more potential conducting book signings
so close to its sun that it's years away. Incredibly, it carnidatg. The telescope on Nov. 1 at Chipola River
at least 2,000 degrees hot- orbits its sun every 8/2 lost its.precise pointing ok Book and Tea, 440 Lafay-
ter than here, almost cer- hours, a mystery to as- ability earlier this year, ette St., Marianna 1 p.m.
tainly too hot for life. tronomers who. doubt anc .NASA has given up 3 p.m., Nov. 2 atThe Oaks
Astrophysicists re- it could have formed or tr fft fixi ). m Restaurant, ,4727 U.1 S. 90,
ported Wednesday in the moved that close 'to a Scinacitea A.he THEASSATERESS 'Mrianna 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
journal Nature that the star. They agree the plan- United States anrd tS it- This artist's rendering provided by the Harvard-Snithson- iad Nov.3 at SundayAfter-
exoplanet Kepler-78b ap- et will be sucked up by zerland used ground ob- ian Center for Astrophysics on Wednesday, Oct. 30 shows a nooi withthe Arts Chipola
pears to be made of rock the sun in a few billion servatories to measure comparison between the Earth and planet Kepler 78b which is College in the Cultural
and iron .just like Earth. years, so its time remain- Kepler-78b. located in the Cygnus constellation. Center 1 p.m. -4 p.m.
"I was born and raised on
a one mule, 40 acre farm in
the quarters of East Jack-
Suspended Fla. sheriff defends his action to jury e didonot get2electric-
ity until 1951. We drew our
TheAssociated Press Tallahassee, is expected to his pocket without a con- testified. the stand two top officials water from an open.well.
BRISTOL Suspended go to a jury on Thursday. cealed weapons permit. Finch also called arrest- with the Liberty County Mama cooked on a wood
Liberty County sheriff Finch, who was at times Finch released Parrish ing people for not having Sheriff's Office who said stove and sewed many of
Nick Finch took the stand combative with the lead from jail a few hours later. proper permits impracti- that they were never told our clothes from flour sack
on Wednesday and told prosecutor handling the Finch repeated his as- calinlibertyCounty. by Finch to stop charg- material. Other clothes
jurors he had done noth- case, repeatedly insisted sertions that the rbason he "If I arrested everyone in ing people on concealed were ordered from Sears &
ing wrong'whenhe inter- that he had not destroyed let Parrish go was because Liberty County who had a weapons offenses. Roebuck by mail.
vened in a gun case earlier or altered records related he did not believe that the gun in the car, we are go- Gov. Rick Scott suspendr Our lighting was from
this year. to the arrest of Floyd Eu- state's qoncealed weapons ing to have to build a big- ed Finch from office this kerosene lamps. Daddy
Finch's decision to testify gene Parrish. Prosecutors law should trump the 2nd ger jail," he said. past summer. The case plowed the farm with a
on his behalf came in the contend Finch destroyed Amendment of the U.S. Assistant State Attorney has attracted attention mule; we bought basic
closing moments of his records in order to cover Constitution. He called it Jack 'Campbell, disputed among gun rights activists groceries from the rolling
trial on charges of official up his actions. the "supreme law of the Finch's handling of the ,and conservative media store. The ice man came by
misc6nduct and falsifying Parrish was arrested in land." case and said he released and prompted some Flo- two times a week. Trips to
public records. The case, March'following a traffic "I think the Constitution Parrish because members ridians to email Scott and town to see a doctor were
which has divided this stop where he was discov- has to mean something of his family were politi- demand that he. reiistate on Granddaddy's .mule
small rural county west of ered carrying a pistol in at some point," Finch cal supporters. He put on Finch. drawn wagon.
My .first public'job was
in 1957 at the Jitneyfungle
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Sd na Up until then I picked
..:' that cotton and hoed the
arit no ''Associated Pres- shutdown of our nation's govern- While election, officials have yet Rick Scott. She had been mulling peanuts.
ment." She painted herself as a to set a date for the special elec- another campaign for the gover- I remember a good life
MIAMI Alex Sink, the state's bipartisan problem solver, citing tion, the race is being watched nor's office but decided against a and have precious memo-
former chief financial officer, her term as the state's CFO and closely as a potential bellwether run last month. On Wednesday, ries of Jackson County and.
announced Wednesday she will her experience running Bank of of the national mood heading Sink said she would move into the the good folks who live
mount a campaign to succeed the America's Florida operations. into the 2014 midterm elections. 13th Congressional District from there."
late Republican Rep. Bill Young, "I never let politics, finger- The Pinellas County seat is lo- her east Hillsborough home.
Florida's longest-serving member pointing or name-calling stand in cated in a swing-voting district Republicans in Florida and
of Congress who died earlier this the way of getting results for the' that President Barack Obama car- Washington criticized Sink's re-
month. people I represent, and it's these ried in 2008 and 2012. President cord as Florida's thief financial '
In a statement, the Democrat results-orientedvalues that Iwant George W. Bush won the district officer, tying her to the state's sour
said she was responding to "a to bring to Washington," she said in 2004. economy and increasing debt
deep frustration with the dys- in a statement. "For the sake of For Democrats, Sink brings during the recession.
unctional 'and reckles ,polti.,s ,9u t e oy, our usinesses and- wide name recognition. She was Sink will face at least one Dem-
ofWashington that was respon- our falies,we have to restore the party's gubernatorial nomi- ocraticchallenger. Jessica Ehrlich,
sible for the painful, irresponsible r nee in 2010, losing narrowly to whotlost to Young last year. ;.


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Spirit Airlines

mulls tying fees

to flight demand
S. The Associated Press "This is something
we've been thinking about
- NEWYORK-- Thecom- for a while," Baldanza
plex world of airlines fees said. "It's not a foregone
might soon get even more conclusion."
confusing. The low-cost carrier
The fees fliers pay to based in Miramar, Fla., is
check a suitcase or pick a one of the few airlinesthat
more desirable seat might charge a fee to select any
soon become much more seat window, middle
complicated and costly. or aisle in advance. It
Spirit Airlines is con- also charges extra for wa-
sidering tying the fees ter, to place a bag in the
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS, passengers pay to check overhead bin and to have
Pedestrians pass Barneys New York department store in New York. Rap artist Jay-Z has said he's been unfairly "demonized" a suitcase or pick a more an agent print a boarding
because he hasn't backed out of his collaboration with Barneys New York, accused of racially profiling two black customers. desirable seat to demand. pass at the airport.
SOn a peak travel day, for Baldanza said lower
instance, the fees could be prices for seat assign-
CelebrhstNore Acparo nersapl s run risks much higher. Passengers ments on a slow daymight
who booked a Spirit flight induce more people to
The Associated Press and companies team up. sured by some customers spanned from pots to TV for this holiday season buy. It will also make the
The deals are lucrative: to dump real estate mogul shows, began to unravel can relax, however, for the online seat map appear
NEWYORK-When big- Companies DonaldTrump'slineof$65' in June, within days of the changes are months away, fuller, causing more pas-
name celebrities pair up like having power ties after the billion- public disclosure ofa legal if they happen at all. sengers to pay extra to
with big businesses, cus- big names aire verbally attacked'Pres- deposition in which she The changes could ben- avoid middle seats near
tomers often believe the on their ident Barack Obama on admitted under oath to us- efit passengers as well. the back. "If you look at
adage: You are the com- roster and social media following his ing the N-word to describe Someone flying on a slow a seat map that is empty,
pany you keep. celebrities re-election. One customer black employees. In addi- Tuesday afternoon, for you are less likely to buy,"
Rap artist Jay-Z is learn- are always collected close to 700,000 tion to losingTVshows and example, might catch a Baldanza noted. The price
ing that firsthand. He has Jay-Z o o k i n g signatures on a petition book deals, Deenlost valu- break on price. Spirit did might be lower but Spirit
complained this week that to expand website Macy's able partnerships when not say how much the could ultimately take
he's been unfairly "demon- their brand. Revenue in stood by Trump. Target and other retailers fees could change. in more revenue with a
ized" because he hasn't North America from ce- Another example: home said they'd no longer sell Spirit's bag fees already higher volume of sales.
backed out of his col- lebrity merchandise lines, maven Martha Stewart. her products. vary in price depending Airlines have priced
laboration with Barneys excluding products linked After being convicted on Until now, Michael on how early customers tickets this way for the
New York after the luxury to athletes, reached $78 federal' criminal charges of Stone, CEO of brand li- choose to pay:$30 for the past three decades. The
retailer was accused of ra- billion last yea, according lying to prosecutors about censing agency Beanstalk, first bag when buying a more demand for apartic-
cially profiling two black to figures available from a stock sale, she served a says it's been the norm ticket online or before ular flight, the higher the
customers. trade publication Licens- five-month prison sen- for personalities to have check-in, $35 starting 24 price will be. United Air-
Jay-Z, whose real name is ing Letter. tence that ended in 2005. moral clauses in contracts hours before the flight at lines and Delta Air Lines
Shawn Carter, has said he's But when' either side is -Kmart, which sold her tow- that let merchants back online check-in or $45 at already price some seats
waiting to hear all the facts. accused of. wrongdoing, els and kitchen accessories out. But Stone, who has re- the airport, with extra legroom'at dif-
Meanwhile, Barneys said the negative publicity can until 2009, continued to viewed 100 celebrity con- CEO Ben Baldanza told ferentlevels based on the
on Tuesday that its' initial cause damage to the part- carry her line. tracts, says he hasn't seen The Associated Press in demand for that flight. No
investigation showed no ner's reputation. But experts say that the it the otherway. an interview Wednesday airline'currently does that
employees were at fault in "It literally shows you subject of race can stir For Jay-Z's part, it's not that during peak days, withluggage fees.
the two incidents in which how vulnerable the celeb- tip even more emotions, clear what he'll do as he there sometimes isn't Baldanza said his com-
customers complained rity business is on both so there's less tolerance faces pressure from an on- enough room in the belly pany needs time, if it
that they were detained by sides of the equation," said for slip-ups. "Everybody line petition and Twitter of the plane for all the moves forward with the
police after making expen- Marshal Cohen, chief retail wants to be fair minded messages from fans. bags. Other days, there are changes, to update its
sive purchases. analyst at The NPD Group, and not make generaliza- Barneys is expectdd to only two or three checked technology and inform
The New York Police a market research group. tions about a group," said start selling items next suitcases. Clearly, he said, passengers. "It's not just
Department disputes the More often, it's the ce- Marty Brochstein of the month by top designers, that shows the airline isn't something we can snap
store's account and said it lebrities not the stores International Licensing inspired by Jay-Z, with pricing its extra services our fingers and do tomor-
was alerted by Barneys. who are accused of bad Industry Merchandisers' some of the proceeds go- correctly row," he said.
The controversy illus- behavior. Association, a trade group. ing to his charity. Jay-Z is
trates the problems that Late, last year, for in- Celebrity chef Paula also working on Barneys'
can arise when celebrities stance, Macy's was pres- Deen's empire, which holiday window display

iPads face toughest

holiday competition yet
The Associated Press the iPad has been losing
market share to quality
NEWYORK- Apple --and often cheaper-
CEO Tim took believes alternatives that run
Santa's sleigh will be Google's Android operat-
loaded with iPads this ing system.
Christmas, but a variety According to market
of competing tablets are research firm IDC on
sure to be along for the Wednesday, iPads ac-
ride, too. counted for about 30
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS Apple's iPad Air, a percentof the tablets
Richard Scardino (center) works with fellw traders on the Apple's iPad Air, a percentofthe tablets
floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday. thinner, lighter and shipped in the July-Sep-
faster-runnilg version of tember quarter, down
tocks fall after Fed ays its previous large tablet from about 40 percent in
Sfa Fed omputers, goes, on sale the same period last year.
1 Friday with a start- Tom Mainelli, IDC's
S still needs support iig price of $499. The. research director for
company unveiled an up- tablets, noted that Apple
The Associated Press However, Ben Bernanke's dated version of its iPad faced tough year-ago
term as Fed chairman Mini recently, which goes comparisons because it
NEW YORK The stock en'rs in February and his on sale in November. released a new iPad dur-
market retreated from all- successor, Janet Yellen, has Apple is expecting ing the second quarter
time highs Wednesday yet to be confirmed by the strong sales of both of.2012, which caused its
after the Federal Reserve Senate. It is seen as un- models, so much so that sales to spike in both the 'o enb llt
said the U.S. economy still likely Bernanke would take Cook told analysts in the second and third quar-
needed help from its stim- on such a large project like company's most recent ters of that year.
ulus program, pulling back on the bond- earnings call that "this Meanwhile, Samsung
In its latest policy state- buying program when he is going to be an iPad Electronics, Apple's clos-
ment, the nation's central only has months left ii the Christmas," predicting est rival, saw its market
bank said it will continue position. year-over-year growth, share jump to 20 percent
buying $85 billion in bonds "We're looking at March But this year theliPad from 12 percent a year
every month and keep its of next year at the earliest" faces its stiffest holiday ago. Smaller tablet mak-
benchmark short-term in- before the Fed will start to season competition since ers such as Asus, Lenovo On November 10, 2013 the
terest rate near zero. The pull back, said Wells Fargo its 2010 introduction, and Acer also saw big
bond purchases are de- Private Bank investment WhileApple still holds increases, though their Jackson County Floridan
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costs low to encourage hir- On-Wednesday, the Dow growing tablet market, in the single digits.
ing and investment. Jones industrial average
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One Year Later

Sandy remembered along East Coast

The Associated Press noon, cutting pieces of home was also destroyed
tile and molding on power when Sandy struck.
NEW YORK Some lit saws in the driveway and
candles in commemora- garage of the split-level When Sandy darkened
tion, others marched to ranch they were helping much of the city, some New
remember. "Lights out" repair. Yorkers were only hours
parties were held and vol- The volunteers are part old. Others weren't even
unteers fixed still-dam- I of the Samaritan's Purse born.
aged homes. organization, a charitable On Tuesday, babies
Up and down the East group founded by the filled a Manhattan hospi-
Coast, survivors of Super- Rev. Franklin Graham that tal room to celebrate their
.storm Sandy remembered helps with disaster relief first birthdays and their
the day, one year ago, when throughout the country. survival. Their parents
floodwaters poured across Samaritan's Purse su- and hospital staff lighted
the densely populated bar- pervisor Kevin Vallas said candles atop cupcakes and
rier islands of Long Island volunteers have been on sang, "Happy birthday,
and the Jersey shore. Long Island since-the days dear babies."
Sandy smacked into the following Sandy. He said Kenneth Hulett III
East Coast, sending water the group has rebuilt four weighed only 2 pounds
surging into homes and homes and assisted with when emergency medical
businesses and even cleaning out and repairs workers rushed him out of
taking lives. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS on dozens of others in New the New York Hospital in-
The storm was blamed Felicita Henry, of Coney Island, holds her daughter, Concetta Martinez, 8, as they read a prayer York and New Jersey. tensive care unit and down
for at least 182 deaths in with others near the Coney Island Pier on Tuesday to mark the first anniversary of Superstorm "We're commanded to the stairs while hooked
the U.S. including 68 in Sandy and its landfall in NewYork. be the hands and feet of' up to an oxygen tank. His
New York and 71 in New storm Sandy. said owner Lee Holin. "It's causing massive power Jesus," said David Ray, of mother, Emily Blatt, says
SJersey and property Among them wasVeroni- not going anywhere." outages. Chillicothe, Ohio. "What her faith sustained her as
damage estimated at $65 ca Bifalco, who only moved Still, Holin's mood wasn't "It was completely dark, we're showing people here she was evacuated on an
billion. back into her storm-dam- festive. "I don't just want it was unreal," he said is love." orange sled.
On Tuesday, a crisp but aged home last month. to be the bar that survived Tuesday, joining a couple That day, more than 40
clear day exactly one year Some set their lights Sandy," he said. of dozen others at Brook- Beatrice Spagnuolo was babies were moved safely
after the storm struck, afloat and others planrited Meade's bar gained a loy- lyn Bridge Park to mark the one of 23 people on Staten to other facilities.
manytooketockofhowfar them in the sand. Bifalco al following by being one anniversary. Island who died when Su-
things have come. For oth- said she remains optimis- of the first bitsinesses, to Mandelbaum and his perstorm Sandy struck. Myra Camacho's home in
ers, there's still a long road tic, even though her house open after the storm. But wife, who live on the 12th The 79-year-old woman the Rockaways still has no
ahead and much work to still lacks insulation andt storefronts that went dark floor of a building at the was killed when-her Mid- electricity.
be done. And for those drywall. for months are starting to water's edge, didn't evacu- land Beach home flooded. She spent nearly two
who lost loved ones, the "We're ;going to get get new retail tenants will- ate and spent days without On Tuesday, her son months after Sandy try-
grief remains. through this," said Bifalco. ing to pay higher rents and power, using the stairs to Vincent Spagnuolo joined ing to survive in her frigid,
Here is a look at anniver- "You know that, right?" charging customers more get from their home to the about 200 others who powerless home with her
sary observances: in his eyes, bad news for street. marched on a Midland boyfriend, Walter Negron.
At Meade's bar n the the diehard locals. "There were 240 steps," Beach boardwalk to honor "We wrapped pqWelves
At a beachslde park on South Street Seaport, a Susie Mandelbaum said. "J the memory of those who in blankets. We ate out
Staten island, more than "lights out". Sandy party Ken Mandelbaum remem- counted them." died on Staten Island. of the churches," Negron
1,000. people walked was planned for Tues- bered looking out of his. As bagpipers played said.
-heross :the sand holding day night to observe the Brooklyn apartment win- A group of volunteers 'Amazing Grace," Vin- They moved out after
mashlights, glow sticks and historic .neighborhood's dow at the lower part of in neon orange T-shirts cent Spagnuolo said he Camatho had a heart at-
candles-to the water's edge recovery. Manhattan and not being was busy at work outside still hadn't gotten over his tack. She moved in with
to commemorate the one- "Theneighbohood'sbeen able to see a single thing, a Freeport, Long Island, mother's death. Spagnu- relatives. He's been staying
year anniversary of Super- here hundreds, of years," Sandy's surging waters home on' Tuesday after- olo's own- Staten Island elsewhere.,

Social Security benefits to goup by 1.5 p ercent
The Associated Press sumer prices haven't gone times falls short, especially tration. He said his federal Social Security pays re- TODAY!!!
up much in the past year. for people with high inedi- pension and Social Secu- tired workers an average of WithEZ pay, your bill is
WASHINGTON Social The annual cost-of-liv- cal costs. ritybenefits are affected by $1,272 a month. A 1.5 per- automatically paid'each
Security benefits will rise ing adjustment, or -COLA, Michael Hartzog of the COLA cent raise comes to about month from your checking
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1percent i Januay, gi- is'bsed.on a government Charleston, S.C., said the .The COLA affects ben- $19. account or creditcard
iingmillions of retired and measure of inflation that small COLA will make it efits for more than one- Benefits are based on eliminating the need for
disabled workers an aver- was releasedWednesday. difficult to keep up with fffth of the country: nearly lifetime earnings. The paper bills, statements
age raise of '$19 a month Aitnmaatic COLAs were his wife's medical bills. 58 million Social Security more you make, the higher and stamps.
t keep up with the cost of adopted in 1975 so that "We'll probably need to recipients, as well as ben- your benefit -to a point. CoN.
living: benefits for people on reduce our spending even efits for millions -of dis- For someone who retired li lDA
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the smallest since auto- pace with rising prices. dont know exactly how." retirees and people who maxium monthly ben- EZ Pay call us at
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New security issues surface for health website
,l 4 hobAssociated Press Obama urderscored the The Associated Press, said operate," is of a temporary
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'Boobies' bracelet fight could go to Supreme Court Promotion

The Associated Press said Tuesday night the From Page 1A
school had been hinting.
EASTON, Pa. The that it would petition the Sims wouldn't speak to the
court battle between two Supreme Court. specific idea of consider-
girls and their Pennsylva- "I'm just really surprised ing a run for the top spot
nia school over "I (heart) that they're so determined if his boss should retire at
Boobies!" bracelets could to fight this speech case some point and decline a
be settled by the U.S. Su- of all speech cases," said re-election bid. But he did
preme Court. Mapry Catherine Roper. acknowledge that he felt
The Easton Area School "(The bracelets) didn't his new job would pro-
District board voted 7-1 cause any problems in the vide "good experience for
Tuesday night to appeal school." opportunities down the
a federal appeals court's School district so- road." He further acknowl-
decision that rejected licitor John Freund said edged that the job could
its claim the bracelets the district had the "hopefully prepare me for
are lewd and should be backing of the National the future." When pressed,
banned from school. School Boards Associa- he saidhe "might be able to
The case started in 2010 tion and the Pennsylva- put the experience to good
when two girls, then ages nia School Board Asso- use should (Laramore's)
12 and 13, challenged ciation. He said they and position come open in
the school's ban on the other organizations are time."
bracelets designed to THEASSOCIATEDPRESS "concerned about the Sims earned his AA de-
promote breast cancer In this Feb.20 photo, Easton Area School District students Brianna Hawk, 15, (left) and Kayla implications of a hyper- gree from Chipola College,
awareness among young Martinez, 14, display their "I (heart) Boobies!" bracelets for photographers outside the U.S. sexualized environ- his BS degree in economics
people. Courthouse in Philadelphia. The Easton Area School District says it will take its fight against ment," The Express-Times from Florida State Univer-
The students, Brianna "I (heart) Boobies!" bracelets to the U.S. Supreme Court. reported. sityandhislawdegreefrom
Hawk and Kayla Mar- The lone board mem- the University of Miami.
tinez, said they merely In August, the 3rd U.S. Reinhart told The Express- In court sessions, Rein- ber to vote against the Admitted to the Florida bar
hoped to promote aware- Circuit Court of Appeals Times of Easton he sup- hart had called the brace- appeal said the district in 1995, he began his law
ness of the disease at their upheld a lower court's ports the board's decision, lets "cause-based market- should just drop the career as an assistant state
middle school. They filed decision in favor of "The Third Circuit Court ing energized by sexual matter, attorney that same year. He
suit when they were the girls, saying also has comproriised ad- double-entendres." "I think we should be, had risen to a leadership
suspended for defying that the district didn't mifiistrators' abilities to An attorney for the done with it. Let it go. We position there, and before
the ban on their school's prove the bracelets are intervene in what is and American Civil Liberties lost 20, 30 times, I don't he left to work on the other
Breast Cancer Awareness disruptive. what is not appropriate in Union, which helped the even know anymore," side of the aisle in 2009,
Day., Superintendent John school," he said. girls challenge the rule, Frank Pintabone said. was managing the state at-
torney's offices in Jackson
and Calhoun counties.

NTSB probes plane crash undiscovered for hours In ition to Sms' pro
motion, Laramore also
elevated another mem-
The Associated Press CDT Tuesday at Nashville He said investigators The Transport Canada She said he was not ber of his team this week.
International Airport. plan to listen to air traf- website shows the plane married and had no Kimberly Jewell has been
NASHVILLE, Tenn. But the crash apparently fic control tapes to de- was last registered to the children. She. said the promoted to become the
- The National Transpor- wasn't reported until a pi- termine whether there Windsor Flying Club in family doesn't know how circuit's Chief of the Capi-
tation Safety Board said lot in another plane saw was any communia- Ontario, Canada. he ended up in Nashville, tal Division. Jewell primar-
Wednesday it is investi- the wreckage around 8:45 tion between the control WTVF-TV in Nash- and that they're in a state ily serves in the Bay Coun-
gating whether dense fog a.m., NTSB officials have tower and the pilot, who ville spoke to Callan's ofshock. ty branch of Laramore's
played a role in the deadly said. was the only one aboard sister, Jody Quennev- Neylon said the inves- office, but in her new role
crash of a small plane Air safety investigator the plane. A medical ex- ille, by phone from her tigation will also look will be in charge of the
at a Tennessee airport, Jay Neylon told reporters aminer has confirmed that home in Ontario on into the pilot's experi- Capital Division, working
where the wrecklage went at a news conference on Michael Callan was the Wednesday. ence, including wheth- with Sims in handling cap-
undiscovered for several' Wednesday that the fog pilot, according to Metro- "He was an aspiring pilot er he was trained to fly ital murder cases across all
hours. was very dense around politan Nashville Airport who loved to fly," Quenn- using only instruments, six counties.
The Cessna 172 single- that time, "and that's Authority spokeswoman eville said. "We only just which probably would She earned herBS degree
engine plane crashed one thing we will look at Shannon Sumrall, who learned from authorities have been necessary in in information processing
sometime after 3 a.m. closely." had no other details. that he died." the dense fog. systems from Oklahoma
State University, and then
her law degree from that
County to the First Federal officials say they are cor- institution in 1999. She was
SBankofiloridafamily.Rec- mitted to keeping custom- an assistant public defend-
B a nk ognizing the importance ers informed of all signifi- er in the 12th judicial cir-
From Page lA of ensuring a smooth tran- cant changes before they cult in Sarasota from 2000
sition, we have deployed happen. to 2003, and then moved
with the Federal Deposit. FFBF ,associates to the The acquisition of Bank here to work in the felony
Insurance Corporation. former Bank of Jackson of Jackson County will division of Laramore's Bay
As a result of the transac- I County branches to as- make the second acquisi- County office. She trained
tion, First Federal Bank Bank Jackson sist in the resolution pro- tion for First Federal Bank with Smith in the defense
of Florida acquired sub- aanna Offla cess, We are proud of our this year. Earlier this year, of capital cases, and is de-
stantially all of the assets small town, north Flor- FirstFederalBankacquired scribed by Laramore as a
and liabilities, including ida roots and have Chipola Community Bank highly-regarded defense
all insured and uninsured worked hard to earn our and gained one branch at attorney..
deposit accounts and all customers' and em- 4701 Highway 90 in Mari-
loans of Bank of Jackson ployees' trust and offer anna. That made First Fed-
County. them exceptional finan- eralBank'sfdurthbranchin B
Until notified otherwise, cial services and oppor- thearea, with other branch
customers should contin- tunities. We are being locations at 1012 Main St. From Page 1A
ue to make payments as deliberate in our acquisi- in Chipley, 4215 Lafay- Fm P
they have in the past. tion and transition. We ette St. in Marianna, and Now, the work of Bentley
The Bank of Jackson will take the time neces- at 300 N. Waukesha St. in and his friends has caught
County branches in sary to transition the bank Bonifay. the eye of reality television
Graceville and Marianna to put our customers' For more information producers. The National
will reopen Thursday, Oct. VALERAROBERTS/FLORIDAN interests first, and sat- about the acquisition, Geographic Channel will
31, as First Federal Bank isfy their financial needs customers can call the feature the adventures of
of Florida branches. Tem- mortgage and personal talized," and earned and'help them succeed Customer Care Center the Church Hoppers in a
porary transition hours deposits, serves around a :'5-star, Superior Fi- financially." toll-free at 877-209-1626 new series called "Church
for the lobbies and drive- 60,000 customers, and nancial Stability" Former Bank of Jack- or the former Bank of Jack- Rescue," which will air at 9
through will be 10 a.m. to employs around 400 rating from Bauer Finan- son County customers son County branches at p.m. on Nov. 11.
4 p.m. people. According to the cial Inc. should continue banking 263-3225 in Graceville and For more information on
First Federal Bank press release, First Federal Keith C. Leibfried, presi- as they do today using 526-3070 in Marianna. the show, visit www.nat-
opened in 1962 as a Sav- Bank is examined by dent and CEO of First Fed- the same bank accounts, Additional acquisition
ings and Loan in Live Oak. the Office of the Comp- eral, was quoted as saying, payment coupons, on- information can also be
Today the bank manages troller of the Currency, "We welcome the cus- line sign-on, debit cards found on first Federal's
a portfolio of business, ranked ,as "Well Capi- tomers of Bank of Jackson and checks. First Federal website, Obituaries
. .Marianna Chapel
Awiard behalf of victims who re- her award collection, and 2 a.m., go out to a house each encourage their fel- Funeral Home
ceived food, clothing and Hascher holds it in high fire and give a family back low Jackson County resi- 3960 Lafayette Street
From Page 1A lodging in times of great regard. a little of its hope. Their dents to seriously consider Marianna, Florida 32446
From Page 1A distress. She said it means some- house is gone, all their be- volunteeringwith the ARC. Phone 850-526-5059
Her hardworkhas never Hashe said she was thing special; it means longingsaredestroyedand Thereareonlyabout eight ordaneigh
come with financial re- shocked when her name that her devotion has been they're in a state of shock. ARC volunteers here now;
wards, but a few nights was called as this year's re- recognized and appreci- They don't know where to both say that's not enough. Zielenski
ago, it helped her earn cipient of the Clara Barton ated. That's worth more go, what to do in that first "It's a wonderful thing to
a once-in-a-lifetime Meritorious Leadership than any monetary reward horrible time. When we do," Blakely said."We have A celebration of life serv-
award, the highest honor Award. No one can win' could ever amount to, she can get them settled in a a handful of volunteers; ice for Jordan Zielenski will
that the American Red the award more than once, said. motel room, when we can but we could use another be held at 1:00 P.M. today
Cross can bestow on its and it isa coveted honor in Hascher was, happy to get them funds for food handful or two." in the Christian Center
volunteers. the organization and the share the evening's spot- and clothing for the next Both women urge any- Church with Pastor David
Dressed in red and white only award named for the light with her ARC buddy, few days, it helps them get one considering the idea Amason officiating.
from head to toe to honor founder of the ARC. fellow Jackson County res- grounded again. We just to attend two community al Home is charge of auner-
the colors of the organiza- Hascher said she remem- ident Diane Blakely. do emergency help; it's events where the ARC will rangements.
tion, Hascher headed to bershearing the award an- Of Greenwood, Blakely not long term, just a few have information booths
theARCannualbanquetin nouncer say something has beenanARCvolunteer days worth of assistance, andpeopletotalkto about *
Panama City that evening, about her willingness to for several years. This is but it's a very good feeling how the program works. FOrlSts
not knowing what was in step in and help no mat- the second time she's been to be part of relaxing the ARC will be at the United
store. And getting there ter what the task, and in named Jackson County's teision in those unfortu- WayChiliCook-OffonNov. Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc.
wasn't easy that evening, multiple deployments ARCVolunteer ofthe Year. nate people to even that 9 at Citizens Lodge. The Your Local Floiist and Gifts
Having just had foot re- over the past year. The She said she appreciated small degree. They'll have event will be held from 2- 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna
construction surgery, she award will go on a wall of the acknowledgement, but a long way yet to go, but'at 7 p.m., providing several 850-372-4456
hobbled into the banquet her home where many also said that being able least they know that they hours available for people
hall wearing one red shoe other lesser ARC awards to help others in a time of have somewhere to go and to drop in and talk with the"
and one red. sock, a bright hang. The pin that ac- extreme stress is very re- something to eat and wear ARC booth crew.
red suit and a big red hat. companied the plaque warding in itself. while they try to get things On Nov. 16, the ARC will
She was ready to celebrate has'already been affixed to "The reason why I still going. I like being part of have a booth at the Malo-
the organization's year one of her ARC caps. This do this is the feeling I get that." ne Pecan Festival through-
of accomplishments on is the crowning piece of when I'm able to get up at Blakely and Hascher out the day's event.

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Congo army takes M23 rebel stronghold

The Associated Press skirmishes, however, con- for the Congolese military,
tinuedandthegovernment whose soldiers were seen
BUNAGANA, Congo finally secured control of running away from .the
The Congolese army the town by midday, army front line.
retook one of the last re- spokesman Lt. Col. Olivier The events of the last
maining strongholds of e Hamuli said by telephone few days mark a stunning
the M23 rebels Wednes- to The Associated Press. turnaround for the Con-
day with fighters running "We are now securing golese troops, who have
for the hills as the military the city after the rebels long been plagued by in-
sought to extinguish the fled," he said. "We have discipline and corruption
18-month-old insurrec- found a lot of weapons among their ranks, mak-
tion, officials said. that they abandoned here. ing them no match for
As the army retook the Their political leaders groups like M23, which
town of Bunagana, leaving have crossed the border until recently was alleged-
the M23 with a small sliver and about 40 fighters are ly backed by neighboring
of territory, the civilian headed toward Runyonyi Rwanda.
leader of the rebel move- and we are tracking them M23 launched its move-
ment fled Congo, crossing down." ment in April 2012, be-
the border into Uganda M23 political head Ber- coming the latest rein-
and prompting calls for his trand Bisimwa was among carnation of an ethnic
extradition. A those who crossed into Tutsi rebel group dissat-
The recapture of Buna- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS Uganda and headed to- isfied with the Congo-
gana comes just days after A Congolese army soldier cools down in Jomba, Congo, during the army's advance toward ward the capital ofKampa- lese government. Neigh-
the U.N. special represen- Bunagana through rebel-held territory.Wednesday, Oct.30.The Congolese army retook one of la, officials in both coun- bPoring Rwanda, whose
tative said: "We are wit- the last remaining strongholds of the M23 rebels Wednesday, with fighters heading for thehills tries said. Congo called for president is also an eth-
nessing the military end of as the military sought to extinguish the 18-month insurrection, officials said. him to be returned home nic Tutsi, provided weap-
the M23." amid reports he left the ons,' recruits and training
In an address to the na- my call to the mem- do so will 'leave us with Bunagana saw the sol- country in vehicles that to the M23, according to
tion late Wednesday, Con- bers of this armed group no option but to force diers fan out as they stolen during M23's siege a report by U.N experts.
golese President Joseph who have just been them to do by force." entered th town in or- of Goma one year ago, the Rwanda's government de-
Kabila warned the re- flushed out of our ter- isAn .Associated Press der to do house-tohouse provincial capital of east- nies the allegations, say-
maining members of the ritory .... to demobiliz e reporter who accom- searches. M23 fight- ernCongowhosefalltothe ing Congo's government
M23 to turn themselves themselves voluntarily', panied the Congolese ers could be seen run- rebels marked one of the has failed to police its
in, saying: "I reiterate Kabila said "Failure to troops as they took ning away up a hill. Small most humiliating defeats territory.

Israel plans to build more than Suicide bomber hits Tnisia resort, no other hurt
The Associated Press extremist:, group, the ing the Riadh Palm ho-
500 new settlement hom s attacks could signal tel in. Sousse, a resort
TUNIS, Tunisia A the adoption of more city 90 miles south of the
suicide bomber and a deadly tactics by Tunisia's capital, Tunis, then
The Associated Press teenager carrying a back- Islamic extremists, in- chased him to a beach
Spack loaded with explo- cluding ones aimed at where he blew himself
JERUSALEM Israel an- ,sives attacked two sites tourists ~~ up, the Interior Ministry
nounced plansWednesday .popular with tour- The extremists have ex- said.
S'ild, more than 1,500. ists Wednesday, raising perienced a resurgence The ministry said the
S~4 Jewish 'settle- fears that Tunisia's Is-' since Tunisia kicked off bomber wore. an explo-
ts in east Jerusalem laist extremists maybe theArab Springi n 2011 by sive belt. The city is be-
and the West Bank, deal- adopting more violent overthrowing its authori- g searched for possible
ing a setback to newly tactics. tarian resident. accomplices, inistry
relaunched peace efforts No onewas killed other In what may hare spokesman Mohammed
hours after it had freed a than the suicide bomb- been the first suicide at- Ali Aroui said. He' later
group of long-serving Pal- er, but with the Interior tack in Tunisia, hotel se- added that six suspects
estinian prisoners. Ministry sayingboth men curity guards. stopped had been arrested for be-
The construction plans belonged to the same the bomber from enter- ingpossible accomplices.
drew angry condemna-
tions from Palestinian offi- THEASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
cials, who accused Israel of In this 2009 photo, an Israeli flag is seen in front of the West
undermining the U.S.-led Bank Jewish settlement of MaalehliAdumim on the outskirts of
talks by expanding settle- Jerusalem. Israel on Wednsday, Oct. 30, announced, plans to
ments on the lands where build 1,500 new homes in east Jerusalem.
they hope to establish an
independent state. U.N. from Prime Minister Ben-, tlement plans, saying they
chief Ban Ki-moon. also jamin Netanyahu's Likud were "destructive to. the
condemned the Israeli Party, said construction peace efforts and will only
decision, and Washington also had been approved lead to more tensions."
said it would not create a for several West Bank:' "It's a message to the in-
"positive environment" for settlements. ternational community
the negotiations. "The building in Judea that Israel is a state that
Israel had freed the 26 and Samaria will' continue doesn't abide by interna-
Palestinian prisoners as and be intensified," said tional law and continues
part of a U.S.-brokered Akunis, using the biblical to put obstacles in the way
agreement to restart the term for the West Bank. of peace," he said.
talks. The construction was In addition, he told par- In Washington, State De-
meant to blunt anger over liament that Netanyahu partment spokeswoman
he release of the prison- had given orders to "ad- Jen Psaki said, "We do not
s, all of whom had been vance plans" for more than -consider continued settle-
convicted of murder in the 2,000 homes in alonger list ment activity or East Jeru-
deaths of Israelis. of settlements across. the alem construction to be
Israel's Interior Minis- West Bank.l steps that create a posi-
try said 1,500 apartrdents While these projects still tive environment for the
would be built in Ramat need- additional bureau- negotiations."
Shlomo, a large settle- cratic approvals, they are U.N. spokesman Martin
ment in east Jerusalem, especially provocative be-. Nesirky said the secretary-
the section of the holy city cause several of the settle- general "deplores" the Is-
claimed by the Pale'stinians ments are deep inside the raeli announcement.
as their capital. It also an- West Bank and almost "Settlement activity ,is
nounced plans for archae- certainly would have to contrary to international
ology and tourism projects be dismantled as part of a: law and 'cnstitutes an Pan handle T actor, nc
near the Old City, home to peace deal obstacle, to peace," Ne-
JeruSalem's most sensitive Israel captured east Jeru- sirky said. 'Any measures 5003 Hwy. 90
holy sites. salem, along withthe West that prejudge final status Marianna;FL 32446
,Israel first announced Bank and Gaza Strip, in issues will not be recog-
the Ramat Shlomo plan in the 1967 Mideast war. The nized by the international (850) 526-2257
2010'during avisit to Israel Palestinians seek all three community."
by U.S. Vice President Joe areas for a future state. The previous round of
Biden, sparking a diplo- The Palestinians, along peace talks broke down on. 0%APR..nanon to.altooov, opoao a..otX.8 L.M. RTV(eding RX
matic rift with Washington with virtually all of the in- 'in late 2008 and remained looao,yto0 eao.,h1 o, nHo,0, M eo t,,t ,ep, ae aoA.
that took months to mend. ternational community, frozen for nearly five years, ,o "i"ang rI. ,,,.' ota"a = .o ay .o .o ,,oo ..
la geInclusio of ineligible equipment may result in a hlghpr blended A.PR. Not available for Rent0 National Accounts or
Wednesday's decision is consider the settlements in large part because of Gonn telons,e.. O-P.and walefingaynotbe atMtrstoerinstantrebateo.
the final approval needed, to be illegal or illegitimate. Palestinian objections to oponsrat e go.boacon tooa e r at so eandherloaIboaTaotCoi203
and construction can be- Nabil Abu Rdeneh, a settlement construction.
gin immediately, officials spokesman for Palestinian
said. President Mahmoud Ab-
Ofir Akunis, a lawmaker bas, condemned the set-

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Foal Eagles aim for perfect soccer season
a Friday Cottondale at
Gracevill, 7p.m.; Vernon at. BY SHELIA MADER Jorrian Weshley came close to just been awesome all year," contributed to an outstanding
Sneads,7 p.m.; Marianna at Floridan Correspondent matching them with a hat trick Bosland said. "They have season."
Florida High, 6:30 p.m. of his own but fell short, notch- played their hearts out every The Eagles were scheduled
It was a perfect night at Opti- ing two goals on the evening. A game, no matter who our com- to take on .the, Giants at 5:30
Chipola MenCls mist Park for the Pee Wee Eagles shot from Larry.Williams that petition was. They played as a Wednesday evening while the
Baskall as they advanced one step closer nearly covered the field account- team and always had each oth- Storm will be facing off against
.to a flawless season Tuesday ed for the ninth goal. er's back. If one of our key play- the Sharks on another field at
:,The Iians wil oen tnight with a 9-1 win over the Following the celebration of ers had a bad night, the team. 5:30. The winners, of both games
reguar season up Fidaat Chaos. In a rare event, the Eagles one more victory in the quest was there to pick him'up. That's will go head to head on Friday at
home againt East Georgia at had two players turn a hat trick for a perfect season, Coach what championship teams are 5:30 for the city championship.
8 p.m. with Gabe Carver and Bishop Nick Bosland couldn't have made of. Iam very proud of ev- Wednesday results were. not
SBosland showcasing their skills. been happier. "This team has ery onei on this team, they all available as of press time.
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Lastweek, the Marianna Bull- over the WaMariannaon Braves. Gadsden knock off Walton on Mariannahadaecreatweekoff fl-
Department will offer two,
tackle fofotbaretb 16asaes and
,-,this e'ar, Regisrtion fo

throughdogs suffered one of their most That victory kept the Bulldogs F.m.rida lo wing that loss ar responded

forgettable defeats of the sea- in the huntfor a playoff berth I the event of a Walton upset by dominating Walton in
son, falling to the A Trenton and made Friday's road trip to over East Gadsden, the Bll- game the Bulldogs had to win

'. Tigers 49-27 at home in a game Tallahassee to face the Florida dogs could punch their ticket to keep alive their hopes of a
that featured a running clockin High Seminoles so significant to the playoffs with a victoy rtur to the postseason after a
is in the fourthf quarter. oIf M iannaan awin Friday, over theo Seminoles, who come four-year absence.

It was a humbling loss for a then it will force a three-way tie .in 2-0 in league play.
Marianna team that was com- for first place in theDistrict 1- The Bulldogs are 1-1 in dis-b See 'DAWS, Page 2B

S' ''.o y College- botbalu
paid with a cek or No. 3 FSU

S TheAssociated Press absolute" priority for .them this -
orde no cash weekend.will be ac
CORALGABLES,Fla.- Jameis "He'sbeyond his years," said

Winiston's numbers are just ridic- Miami coach Al Golden, whose
ip.cin/y s game. Multiple touch- him about oWinston's game.
,7 down throws in every outing so "He's talented; He's mature with
af this season. the football. Strong arm, can
tt'show aredshirt freshman move his feet, can create from

*~n- .nner. he's excellent. Regardless of his
That's also why the Florida age or year in school, he's ex-
Grand idState quarterback has Miami's cellent. H's playing really wellline
hosti ttention. and they're executing at a high
or BY DUSTIN KENT have tried, allve best 4A standings and a thee-team tit ompetition, with the loss

A pl '~ r' turn to figure out a way to solve 27 outing at Pittsburgh.
Sen rswho will lead No. 3 Florida State much since opening night.
oAlelds and cher e(720, 4-0 Atlantic e Coast Con- His 23 touchdown passes tie
sp os re ferende) against the seventh- him for third-most in' the na-
n es p r ranked Hurricanes (7-0, 3-0) in tion. His touchdown percent-
'JacttendTal lahassee, Fla.l on 'Saturdaye. 'age rate of 12.6 leads the nation.
d o ,te m d the Hurricanes are making His yards per attempt, yards per .. THE ASSOCIATE PRESS
324 ono secret of the fact that at least With 2,t177 yards and 23 touchdowns through the air, Florida State's Jameis
slowing Winston down is an See WINSTON, Page 2B Winston is a Heisman Trophy frontrunner as a freshman. L
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College Football w game, with junior quar-
Daw s terback Ronnie .Harri-
Spread makng wavesaccounting for 1,482
Spread m a ngFrom Page 1B yards of total offense and
pThe.'Dawgs will face 16 touchdowns six
another desperate sce- passing, 10 rushing.
TheAssociated Press nario Friday, as a loss Senior Jay Robinson
will mean that they will leads the Seminoles in
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. Gus Mal- l need Walton to pull the rushing with 600 yards.
zahn and his no-huddle offense have upset for East Gadsden and six TDs on over 6
faced more than their fair share of just to force a three-way yards percarry.
doubters and critics over the years, shootout for second Marianna offense has
dating back to his days as a high place. been'more run-oriented,
school coach in Arkansas. It will -not- be easy with junior bhcks Tommy
That debate has followed Malzahn against a Florida High White and Teon Long ac-
all the way to the Southeastern Con- r squad that had won five counting for 1,600 of the
ference, once thought of as the place games in a row before team's 1,836 rushingyards
creative offenses went to die. last week's loss to 5A this season.
No more. powerhouse Godby in a However, sophomore
Led by an influx of new, offensive- game that the Seminoles quarterback Herman Wil-
minded coaches including Mal- led 14-7 at halftime and liams set a season-high
zahn, now the head coach at Auburn trailed just 19-14 before with four touchdown
the SEC has joined the rest of col- the Cougars reeled off 22 passes and 234 yards in
lege football by embracing the age of points in the final period the loss to Trenton.
the lightning-fast spread. for a 41-21 win. The Bulldogs will fin-
It's a trend highlighted by the suc- The Seminoles sport a ish the regular season out
cess of schools like. Auburn, Texas talented and versatile bf- Nov. 8 with a road game
A&M, Missouri and Ole Miss, though fense that averages right against the Rutherford
not all of theleague led by defend- THE ASSOCIATD PRESS at 400 total yards per Rams.
ing national champion Alabama Spread offenses like the one that helped make Johnny Manziel a star at Texas A&M
Shas let go of its running and de- are all the rage around the country, and especially in the SEC.
fensive roots.
The differences in style and tempo eability to play at the next level, I re- the league, including Texas A&M's think hes doing an.unbeievabejob. Oviously,
have played out beyofid the field. ally believe that over the course of KevinSumlin, Ole Miss' Hugh Freeze itgpre hardf defene to ttop him.akno
They've led to debate about player time, the pro-style offense is going and Missouri's Gary Pinkel. our defse isgo ngto have a tough time. re
safety among coaches and increased out for that exact reason." Entering this weekend's games,
salesmanship in recruiting battles Bielemahas been atthe forefront of Texas A&M, Auburn and. Missouri a great offnsive tean Jameis hadone a lot-of
largely focus6ed on:. the spread's a debate about up-tempooffenses ii' lead the total offense, and great things. He's having an unbelievable season.
appeal to l playe t skill e college game. He 9onterids that- they have e a combined 20-4 record Stephen Moris,
the NFL. more plays and less tiim for substi- behind their fast-break ffenses. Miami quarterback, on Florida State freshman Jameis Winston
"The greatest thing that can help tutions leads to more injsries. "I think the thing that helps most
us in our recruiting department is It's a pointthe usually reserved Mal- with recruiting is winning and oig a touchdowns in their last
the more failure the Philadelphia zahin reacted to at SEC media days in well on offense," Missouri 'offensiire o I 13 games against the Hur-
Eagles have," Arkansas coach Bret July, saying he thought it was "a joke." coordinator Josh Henson said. "But ricanes. Miami's defense
Bielema said; noting the struggles of Early in Malzahn's career, while I think that stigma, 'Well, siread of- From Page 1B this year has given up only
the up-tempo offense runby former coaching in the smallest high school fenses cant win in the SEC; you can't completion and passer six passing touchdowns,
Oregon coach Chip Kelly during his classification in Arkansas, his Shiloh move the ball,' I think some of those rating all:rank No. 2 na- tied for third-fewest in the
first the NFL. Christian team famously won a play- things are going away from a recruit- tionally so far this season. nation. .
Bielema's answer came after a off game 70-64. It was an offensive ing standpoint." And if swagger could be But Winston, so far, has
question about the perception that shootout that caused one coach in the Freeze, who has also run an up- 'measured, he might.lead seemed unfazed by Heis-
the spread might be more fun than state'slargest classification- onewho tempo offense dating to his days as the nation in that, too -- a manmania and every-
his more traditional, balanced ap- ran the traditional wing offense to a high school coach, admitted that lip of him telling team- thing else thrown his way.
proach to offense. The fornet Wis- react bysaying "that will never work in running a spread offense might not mates "We aint leavin The Seminoles hope he
consin coach, who led the Badgers to big-time" high school football. hold. much appeal to running back without a victory" before handles Miami's defense
threeRose Bowl berths in seven sea- The doubts about the spread were and offensive linemen recruits. the blow out win at Clem- with the same poise this
sons there, said recruits find his style also there in the SEC. At least, they Still, the emergence. of the spread son hasr been. replayed weekend.
enjoyable. He also said the Arkansas were before Malzahn -- then the at the high school level has made it a coutless times. _"How he's gotten there
offense is what "the NFL is running." Tigers offensive coordinator and popular choice in college with some He backed those words is the thing I think he's
"Every kid that plays offense and quarterback Cam Newton helped players. up, too. Winston threw for got to. remember, and I
defense and special teams' football lead Auburn to a national' champi- "This is the offense I grew up hiias 444 yards against a Tiger think he's doing a great
in college wants to play in the NFL," onship durirfg the 2010 season while a kid, even in high school we had a defense that was allowing job of that," Florida State
Bielema said. "He wants to play in using the spread. It was the start of a no-huddle offense, so I love it," Au- 186.5 per game. coach Jimbo. Fisher said.
a system that's going to benefit his wave of up-tempo coaches entering burn tight end C.J. zamah said. "He's a great player," "Who was 'I before ev-
-l Miami liebacker Jimmy -eryone knew me? I'm the
SGaines said of Winst n. same guy And I think he
N % "He can make all the does that. AndI think our
"throws. He can make all' team respects :that from'
Slumpiingi Dolphins stplace as you can him. He's one of the guys,.
m 'rDIlaea ll see he's a competi- but at the same time, they
Sp tor. He's really a competi- have tremendous- espect
The Associated Press. "We are in a tqogh spot, Speedy Marvin Jones set .sacks., Mike :Wallace, the torf, so'I nmean, it's going for him. He seems like the
obviously, comirig off four a' Bengals record, against Dolphins' $60 :million to -be'a great challenge same guy to me."'
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. losses," Tannehill said. "At the Jets last'week with four newcomer, is on pace fpr for us as a defense just to For obvious reasons, Mi-
Energing from the Mi- home, short week, a very touchdown atches, which career lows in yards'receiv- go against him and play ami quarterback Stephen
ami Dolphins' complex good opponent it's a big i four times the number he ing And ttichdowns, with ,against hii. I'm excited Morris is studying Fibrida
through a back door, :Ryan game for us." totaled as a rookie last yeai. only oe, score this year. o it:'. State's defense tis aeek,
Tannehill wrinkled his The Behgals are happily Itwas a breakout perfor- It's i coi ncidence the :So e, s not his ntemporar on
nose ashe walked past a heading in the opposite di- mance:bythe former fifth- bet s'etchi'bfDalton's ca- 'iubers are silly. the other side of the ball.
"stack of fertilizer for: the rection with: four consecu- found draft pick. reer 's come during the Thn again, this is Mi- ut eMoi s is aware
pr ti'ce fields. tive wins. Aniother victory 'I love playing this game Bengilswinning streak. i-Florid State. Ntin- of the lighlight-reel sea-
-lh t smells like su u ld give them a three- for that reason on any The -thid-year pro has bers against other teams son Winston is putting
r," Tanehill said: game lead, which would be given Siday,anyhing can nstarted to piay like a fran- arn't- a iys the best in- together.
The Dolphins' aroma is 'the bigget in any division. happ'en" Dolpis defen- chise qlarterback, setting c iatr df What happens .In fact, Morris even ba-
becoming tough to ignore.' "It's a lot of fun to come sive end Cameron Wake a franchise record for a in'ti is rivaliy game. Take sically acknowledged that
Aftera3-0 start, Miami (3-4) out and play the'way we've said. "You have guys who three-game span with 11- the story of former .FSU he's a bit ofa Winston fan.
has lost four straight games, been doing," quarterback step up and make plays who touchdown passes, includ- quarterback Chris Rix, for "I think he's doing an
with each defeat more pun- Andy Dalton said. "It has you may not have heard ing a career-high fiVe last example. In games where unbelievable job," Morris
gent than the last. been a'lot of fun for the about. Obviously he's got week. His three consecu- he threw a pass against said. "Obviouslyit's pretty
Especially odoriferous fans and everybody that's thehothandrightnow." tive 300-yard games tie anyone -besides Miami, hard for defenses to stop
was the latest loss, when in Cincinnati that is 'root- Jones' emergence en- the team record set by Ken the Seminoles went 30-9. him. I know our defense
the Dolphins blew a two- ing for us There's a lot of suresadditionalheadaches Anderson, whose No. 14 is When Rix played against is going to have a tough
touchdown lead in the sec- pride about our team, and' for a defehihse that must 'worn by Dalton. Miami, the Seminoles time. They're a great of-
ond half at New England. there's a lot of pride in this also contend with Bengals Likewise, Tannehill's for- went 0-5. fensive team. Jameis has
With little time to regroup, .city. If we can keep deliver- All-Pro receiver AJ. Green. tunes lately parallel those And that's just part of .done a lot of great things.
they'll try to revive fading ing and we can keep play- Tannehill, meanwhile, oftheDolphins. Inthe past Miami's historyofthwart- He's having an unbeliev-
playoff hopes Thursday ing like we have been, I hashadtroublefinding an four games he has seven ing Florida State quar- ableseason, I wishhimall
against AFC North leader think there will be a lot of open target, which helps' interceptions, 18 sacks and terbacks. The Seminoles the best and I'm excited to
Cincinnati (6-2). happy people." explain his NFL-high 32 a passer rating of 69.2. have passed for only 11 see him play."



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Attendance still a struggle for ACC

The Associated Press
It's been tough for At-
lantic Coast Conference
schools to fill their stadi-
ums even during one of
the league's best seasons
on the field in years.
ACC stadiums have been
less than 85 percent full
this season, according
to STATS LLC. That's the
smallest number since the
league expanded in 2004,
and that's despite having
three teams in the top 10
in the rankings.
"It takes a great fan to
come to games now," said
Wake Forest coach Jim
Grobe, whose team lost
at Miami last week before
thousands of vacant or-
ange seats. "Everywhere
we go, we see empty
Attendance ion the. ACC.
has been declining every
year since 2007, when the
stadiums were 93 percent THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
full. Miami quarterback Stephen Morris warms up prior to a game against North Carolinaaset week in ChapeHill, N.C.It's been tough for Atlantic Coast Coference
That number dipped to schools to fill their stadiums even during one of the league'sbest seasons on the field in years Attendance as measured as a percentage of stadium capacity
88 percent in 2010 and fell has declined steadily every year in the ACC since 2007.
to 85 percent last year, ac-
cording to STATS. big crowds to the stadium. plus a count of students fans to antiquated Wallace is yelling at us,' Harold "I thought that. Miami's
The ACC can expect a That's why North Card- that show up: And North. Wade Stadium has always said. "I mean, they're our stadium would be a lot
couple of sellouts in in- lina senior associate athy Carolina's announced at- been a challenge, atten- fans. It's like they're for the more full," Demon Dea-
state rivalry games this letic director Rick Stein- tendance is merely an es- dance is down 14.5 per- other team. And that all cons quarterback Tanner
weekend: No. 3 Florida bacher says the challenge tirpate from the press box. cent the biggest drop in comes in play to winning Price said. "It inight be be-
State hosts No. 7 Miami, is to "try to make that Looking at individual theleague. ... When you hear things; cause they were just play-
and North Carolina visits in-stadium experience as. schools year by year, at- UNC has attracted an av- it -causes a cancer and ing s."
N.C. State. unique and as special and tendance is dbwn at six'of erage of nearly 1i500 more causes you to act a certain The ACC's newest teams,
,"It's going to be a real as exciting as it can pos- them. fans'-- but oh. a perfect way." Pittsburgh arid Syracuse,
good feeling just having -sibly be' so it's harder to No. 8 Clemson and Vir- autumn day for last week's There have been. some are filling their venues to
85,000 people on your choose to stayhome than ginia Tedh, the 'league's game against Boston Col success stories. Maryland; roughly 75 percent capac-
side this time," said Semi- come to the game. leaders in attendance, lege, one upper-deck side- which had. its best ..start ity below the. league
noles quarterback Jameis "Give the fans something 'are experiencing declines line sectionhad just seven since 2001, isdrawing -average, but better othan
Winston, coimparing it to unique and make them this year, though the Ti- people. nearly5000 more fans per what they drew during
a victory two weeks ago at feel part of something gers 'drop barely counts. Virginia hasn't sold game in its final season in their final year inthe Big
Clemson. when they're in the. stadi- The 're only down 67 fans out Scott Stadium since the ACC. East.
But those appear to be um in a way that you don't per game -a dip of only a Southern California vis- Andunbeaten Miamihas As it always does, the
the exceptions to the gen- when you're at home," he fraction of onepercent. ited in 2008 and was 3,000 made some progress. The schedule helped: Pitt
eral trend of empty seats, said. It's a little more notice- shy of capacity for a Sep- Hurricanes have pulled in sold out its league open-
which Grobe calls "kind of While it's obvious dur- able for the Hokies, whose tember game against No. nearly 10,000 more- fans er against. Florida State
a nationalthing now. ing-games that attendance 93-game sellout streak at 2 Oregon.' p er game to the cavern- -- and. has another sell-
"There's a lot. of tickets is down, few ACC schools Lane Stadium ended last Its loss to Ball State came -ous 74,916-seat stadium out coming next week
sold now," he added, "but count it the same way. month when there were before its' smallest home they share with the NFLs when Notre Dame visits
I guess.a lot of people'stay Florida State, Miami, some 4,000empty seats for 'crowd since 2010, a gath- Dolphins. the oversized tadiumn the
in parking lots." Georgia' Tech and'. N.C. their home opener against ering of 38,228 that defen- Yettlheannouncedcrowd ,Panthers share with the
One reason is obvious: State all go'by the number Western Carolina. They're sive end Eli Harold said of 66,6 for last wek's :NFLs Steelers while the
Haoving so meany games of tickets sIod and distrib- draing abut 2,000,fewer turned against the slump 24-21 win over Wake For- Oa,.gesbesthme criwd
available on television uted. Wake Forest uses the fans per home game. ing Cavaliers. est certiily eemed a lot c earlier:this monthin
makes it tough to attract number oftickets scanned. At Duke, where luring "The crowd. behind us sma ller. a i sit from Clemson.

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Pistorius fces 2 more gun charges

The Associated Press The Associated Press. Pretoria. W. as drivihg with a former
Pistorius' lawyers failed "The National Director girlfriend. and another
CAPE TOWN, South Af- in an initial application has indeed given them at a restaurant in Johan-:
rica- Prosecutors accus: opposing the inclusion. .(prosecutors) that author- nesbujg when he appar-.
ingOscar Pistorius of pre- of the two charges in his ity and they will be add-. ently accidentally fired' a
meditated murderwilladd murder trial but can "take ed," Mncube said. ."They friend's gun. under a table
,two morecharges believed the matter up" again, Mn- are not new charges, they while admiring it. i i
to relate to firing guns in cube said. were charges that already Pistorius spokeswoman ou. bIe. chaeNG HEADQUARTERS
public to the indictment Mncube said the addi-, existed. Theywere just in a Anneliese Burgess told the LOWEST PIE & MSB T SRVIC GUAANTEED
against him, apparently to tional charges were not different jurisdiction." AP that the Pistorius. fam-
show another side to the in the original indictment "Pistorius' murder trial is ily did" not want to6 com-
inspiring double-amputee because they are. alleged due to start Mar. 3 and the ment on "legal aspects" of '
Olympian: Reckless and to hate occurred in the Jo- 26-year-old disabled' run- the case. .
trigger-happy. hannesburg region,'a dif- ner faces a life sentence Buit Mncube said "Pis-
Pistorius now faces ferent court jurisdiction with a minimum of 25 torius' lawyers had ar-
charges of murder, illegal to Pistorius' fatal shooting. years in prison ifhe is con- gued against him' being
possession of ammuni- of girlfriend Reeva Steen- victed on the main charge charged and tried .ini a :a 1
tion and two other counts kamp at his villa in a gated of premeditated murder in Pretoria court for alleged ',..Z9ed2
of breaking South Africa's estate in the South African the killing of Steenkamp offenses that occurred in
firearms laws in his capital, Pretoria,. in the onValentine's Day. Johannesburg. CHECK OUTOUR HUNTING & FISHING EARI
March; pre-dawn hours of Feb. Mnclbe declined to de- "They are not saying he .
Pistorius' lawyers re- 14. tail the charges being add- can't be charged for those,
ceived a letter on Tuesday 'Prosecutors had to seek ed, only saying there were they are saying he can't be
advising them that the two permission from South two counts and they cov- charged in a different ju-a -" "WVH .
charges, already raised Africa's new ,National Di- ered "the contravention of risdiction," Mncubesaid. """" ROwMNG
against Pistorius, vould rector of Public Prosecu- the firearms control act." Mncube's National Pros- '
be added to the indict- tionsto "9entralize" all the TheSouthAfrican media ecutiing Authority would
mentserved on the athlete' charges, Mncube said, so has reported that Pistorius not comment on any of
in August, National Pros- they all could be heard in has twice shot a gun in a the details surround-
ecuting Authority spokes- the same trial at' the North public place: One time out ing the two charges to be RETTA
man NathiMncube 'told Gauteng High Court in of.a moving car when he added. .

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Call LaVerne at 850-594-3000 and 50 693-462 price $560 Asking $275 Call 850-557-1629 shelled peanuts
Be your own boss and partner with the Motorcycle Seat: Orginal Seat for 2013 Harley 850-352-2199
CEMETER LOT & REL D world's largest commercial Road Glide Ultra $150 850-209-7298 3pm-8pm 23322
icleaning franchise $20Kl Motorcycle Seat: Ultimate seat w/backrest for 322 or 850 6594
Family Plots of 4 in Memory Hill Cemetery equimentppli, tring and $5,000. 1800 Honda Goldwing $500Call 850-209-7298 4128 H 231
"Garden of Chimes" $800. Ea., 334-899-8564 in montl uster inlu Wood Heater $60., 1978 CHIJUCO annual; $20.,
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1-888-273-5264 Yard Sale Friday, October 25 and Sat October 26,2013,7 am- noon. 5177Fort Rd. Greenwood l Fall peasReady
Family Yard Sale4731 Corn e block building behind the grocery store. A little
Family Yard Sale. 4731 Cornerstone .n. bit of something for everyone for more info call shelled or unshelled,
Sat. Nov. 2nd. Girls clothes size 12-14, Juniors 6850-7186258 ever s
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Dryer, Some small furniture and more. anitorial Business for sale R
Equipment, training and 60K ypress& Grand Ridge
HUGE GARAGE SALE annual gross $19,500 C on Mayo Rd.
(In Warehouse on Market St. between Madison o M .
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Crystal, glassware, cookware, tools, sporting itter trained, male& female. 850-272-4908 or 850-899-8709
goods and much much more !!!! 'iW f
HWY #71 and Rocky Creek Road, Marianna e
Across from Chevron Station HEALT PR__ODUCTS,__.
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Saturday November 2nd (7-?) No Early Birds! UN PIRDB S AKo ee ol n D
Baby clothes; toys,adult clothing, furniture, UNEXPIRED BOXES AKC Yorkies-11 weeks old for sale in Dothan,
Baby clothes, toys,adult clothing, furniture, AL. $400 $800 Shots and worming. -Parents on
H/H, home decor and much more! CALL BOB (334) 219-4697 premises Healthy and playful. 334-796-4662
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Diamonds, nsAnd Tools Golden 27 Cane Mill,
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Doctors Buggy with borse and harness
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tainment Center & Freezer. S/S Refrigerator,: YOUR TOWING NEEDS!
Beautiful Graceville FL home and farm 2005 Cobra Boat 16'-60 hp merc. anchor mates, Washer/Dryer, Separate Ice Make, 95,000
4 bedrooms, 3 11 baths custom built home on depth/fish finder, aerated live well, sump Miles, Good Tires, $45,000. Includes 2002 PT
239 acres. Can divide. 175 acres plowable for pump, trolling mtr, stick steering, life jackets Cruiser Tow Car. 850-557-3455 AUTOiBODY & RECYCLING
corn, soybeans, cotton. Large free standing, included. 334-794-3249 2002 Winnabago 34' 2 slides, 5500 ONAN Gen, PAYINOTOP DOLLARgFOR atNK CARS
building. 3 wells. Joe Farris, Land and Stand lots of upgrades, excellent condition, 29000 Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624
Properties. 850-387-5517 4S ms TRVELS miles$32,000. Honda 2006 CRV: 44600 miles,
HOMES FOR S 2006 Forest River Wildwood LE Mo del #31QBSS ready to tow w/blue ox tow bar
31' Dry wt 10280 Ibs., slide, 4 bunk beds, system, excellent condition $13,000. Both CALL FOR TOP PRI
SLarge Brick Home 3/2 with 10 acres, country Booth dinette, Center kitchen & LR, Jackknife Vehicles for $43,000. Call 334692-3337 or 334-FOJUKV IC
secluded area $160,000 $25,000 down & sofa, Front Q bed, Side aisle bath w/ shower & 796-421 FOR JUNK VEHICLES
$700. mo. Owner Fin. Avail. 850-526-4283. roof vent, Dbl. door Frig., Gas/Elec. water heat- I ALSO SELL USED PARTS
er, microwave, Gas stove top/oven & furnace, 24HOURTOWING 334-792-8664
di SW O k8 A *' d Duct A/C /Heat, AM/FM Stereo, Front & rear 24 HOUR TOWING 3-92-8664
stabilizer jacks, $9,000.00 334-790-4612 ATSmu FORi LEI" 0'
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Chrysler 2004 PT Cruiser,
automatic, 4 cylinder, We'll be your Junker!
cold air, loaded, 76,000 We buy wrecked cars
miles, excellent condi- and Farm Equip. at a
.ton. $5200. Call 790-7959 fair and honest price!
Honda 2000 Odyssey: Runs perfect 3 year/3600 $250 & t Complete Cars :
mile warranty on transmission. $6,500. CALL 334-714-6285
Call 334-693-9360 L:n-m
Hyundal 2006 Elantra GT, Looking for VW Van
loaded, leather, sunroof, sold in Enterprise, AL
4 cylinder, automatic, 5 in 1983. If you have
door hatchback, 69,000 seen this vehicle please
miles, $7500. 790-7959 contact me @
Hyundai 2011 Elantra touring 32,900 miles,
Silver in color, great car like new. $11,000 -- ---
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Mercury 2005 Monterey Van: tan with tan inte- R
rior, fully loaded, 74k miles, 2 owner, excellent
shape, good gas mileage. Asking $8000 Call 6 __34__91
Nissan 2005 Altima 132,000 miles, black in color
new tires, great car. $4000. 850-209-8449.
MUST-SELL Regardless of year, make, model, we have
Nissan 2012Altima, low miles, must sell, $200 your curent vehic
down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714-
Nissan 2012 Versa, GAS SAVER, well equipped,isal
still under factory warranty, $250 down, $250
pe monthI Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243.
Toyota 2011 Camry, Great family car, great gas
mileage, pwr windows, door lock, Am/FM, CD,
$30Q down, $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher
334-791-8243. LG,
Toyota 2011,Corolla, 4 door, like new, under
warranty, $200Adown, $279'per month. Call Ron ILF160290
Notice is given pursuant to the Self Storage
2007, Poloris Vidtory Jackpot, 40K miles, 1634cc, Facility Act, Florida Statutes Chapter 83, Part
100 cu. in., 106 stroker kit, many extras, custom IV, that Alternative Storage, a self storage'
pegs; mirrors & windshield. 2 seater & f solo facility, will have elligible for sell the contents
seat, lostjob need to sell $8500. 334-432-3249. of the following, units:
H'arley Davidson 2009 Sporster XL 1200C, red, UNIT C17 Sheler Swilley- 2853 Orange St,
rley Davidson2009 Spors XL 1200C, red, Marianna
excellent condition- 6300 mileL, $7695. UNIT C8 Tamathia Beny 3224 Pine St,
S ere, right now, 334-671-8671 or 334-791-0984. Lots of Extras. Cottondale
Rig t hrL I1 fUNIT-C4 Sammy Clayton 1253 Boone Lane,
all ofthe time. Grand Ridge, Fl
S201Nissan Pathfinder :,one owner, excellegt UNITB25 Stacy Kenner 4225 Viilagect,
condition, low mileage, super clean, $19, 950, Marianna. ill e ct
,Phone 334-796-5036 'The Auction 4of conteritS will be held on' Novem,
ber 9th at 9 am..Owner reserves the right to re-
Lexus 2010 RX350: l.oaded car in excellent fuse any and all bids.
condition. White with tan leather interior.
Just completed 59,000 mile service. $29,900.
Cell 334-701-2642.
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Ford 2010 FI50 FX4 4-door, completely loaded,
excellent condition, 158K miles, $18,900
FORKLIFT-TOYOTA 2000 Model; 3300 Ib, lift
cap., excellent condition, $4,700 205-902-4212
GMC 1997 Sierra 2500
128K miles on new
/ engine, exc. cond. black
& silver in color. NEW
tires, cold air, long
Swheel base, runs great
& very clean Reduced To $3500. OBO
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UStreeter Leckm/ETTYIMAGES
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increase your chances of knowing
It looks like we now know the real reason Kevin Harvick, who issued an apology to Childress & the capita of North Carolina.
Harvick decided to abandon Richard Childress Rac- Co. on Sunday, finished sixth in the Martinsville
ing at the end of the 2013 season. Cup race.
Apparently, he doesn't like the fact that Childress Canr't wealjust gt alon
is giving his two grandsons, Austin and Ty Dillon, JUST WIN, BABY Thankfully, no. NASCAR'smodern-
the chance to work their way through the organiza- Matt Kenseth and Jimmie Johnson are tied in the era success was built largely on
tion. points with three races left. Kenseth has seven wins confrontation, and while Talladega
odd Warshaw/GETTY IMAGEs Harvick has been Childress' flagship driver for to Johnson's five. This is feeling a lot like 2011, when was abnormally calm, littl ol' Mar-
f K n and Rhard 13 years in the Sprint Cup Series. He tool.over for Tony Stewart beat Carl Edwards on the tiebreaker tinsvillebecame a promoter dream.
If Kevin an Richard Dale Earnhardt, who died from injuries suffered numberof wins. "It's going to be a dogfight to the The biggest news in a long-term
take off the shades, in the 2001 Daytona 500. Harvick has his bags end," Johnson said. Johnson has six career wins at sense wasDarrell Wallace's wi
run forcover. packed for Stewart-Haas Racing in 2014. the last three tracks (but none at Homestead). Kens- Saturday in the Truck Series,but for
SHarvick and Ty Dillon crashed out of Saturday's eth has won races at all the remaining tracks. pure entertinment, there wasKein
Harvick vs. Childress: Camping World Truck Series race, and that ex- +a Harvicks gi-away gift (in the form
Who ya like? posed Harvick's displeasure with the Dillon boys. PLAYOFF AWARENESS long-awaited detonation) for
GODSPEAk: If Ch Dil lon showed his disgust of Harvick by bg- When Clint Bowyer wasbattling with Matt Kens- Rich ldress andhis bel
dress is looking at you ing into Harvick's truck several times during the When battling th ndo :i ns, i there wasGeg Biffle
funny, then hands some- yellow flag, apparently at the request of Grand eth for position at Martinsville, he krew he could threateningJimmie Johnson and, in
funny then hands some- yelow iag, apparently at the request o Grandpa not push the issue. "As a fellow Toyota driver, we ,%medicalA trarfl pw^^ ^^
body hislwristwatch, Childress. not push the issue. "Asa fellow Toyota driver, we -mrriedical news, B~rad Keselwski going
un fastr than a rd "(Dillon) just dumped me," Harvick said about we it teach other to o tha nd old-sho an tri to shoo away
'run faster than a Ford ( n sdme ecertainly it wasn't for the wini" ':h docto--r rdts' '. ,
Prototype at Daytona. the crash. 'Exactly the reason why I'm leaving Boer said."f itwas forthe
.KEN'S CALL:Harvick RCR because you've'got those kids coming up, w in he would have probably r thii~l ar
N'Swin, he would have probably .
in the short term, but and they've got no respect for what they do in got out of the way because He believes he is, and thats the
.Childress by sundown, this sport, and they've had everything fed to gt I p uetty hugry. But poih NSCAR hasa anino ned dit'
Does Darrell Wallace them with a spoon." that wasn't a big deal. institute baseline teting for potential
Dillon had a few things to say about the (N wreckin Knseth) concussiosy
poe Iihe needle? ttoareo doh ih (Not wrecking Kenseth) c concussion, syndromes, but Kesel-
S mattr,too, after he dropped to third in th was certainly onmy owskidoe't like the possibility of
GODSPEAK: When Truck Series, points, mind, yeah" : a doctortelling~'im he can't race if
Wallace and Danica "I'm pretty disappointed in the things that he'shad his egg scrambled. Junior
Patrick are fighting for went down," Dillon told "I .~Erhn hatd a adoubledose
.the lead on the last lap used to look uptto that guy:" a' c ncussionh ltyear, isin ro
of the Daytona 500, This was a teeth-grinding moment for testig and t ells Kez not to be'afraid.
the needle will pqp the Childress, who said Harvick will continue"Is a tst that really gives you an
balloon. to get outstanding Cup equipment for the image of how someone thinks, how
KEN'S CALL: Nope, last three races of the season. quickly they make decisions. It's not
not yet, As Billy Graham "I've got too much class to spy what Irelyte hat the capitof
: North Carolina?'"
ould,,tellyou, nobody w antto say right now," Childress told Sport- Nna?' -
~esabout Saturday; ing News. "When I say it, I will say it to his
you gotta eventually do face."
it on Sunday. No, Raleigh.
Justin Edmonds
SAfter playing nice all Ken Wills has been covering
NASCAR for The Daytona Beach
SPRINT CUP: AAA Texas year, Kevin Harvickis Ndws-Journal for 27 years. Reach
500 : :. tossing haymakers on hi at ken:
SITE: Fort Worth, Texas his way toward RCR's
SCHEDULE: Friday, prac- exit ramp.
tice (Fox Sports 1,,12:30 FEUD,0F THE WEEK
p.m.), qualifying (ESPN2,
4:40 p.m.); Saturday, prac-
-ice (Fox Sports 2, 11 al. They've had everything fed to them
-and 2. p.m,). Sunday, race
(ESPN, coverage starts at with a spoon.... It's a shame you've
2 p.m., green fla'at36': 1
m.p g n fa at 3: got to get taken out by some rich kid /
NATIONWIDE: O'Reilly like that."
Auto Parts Challenge '
SITE: Fort Worth, Texas Kevin Haiick E 'JIMMIE
SCHEDULE: Saturday, -on Richard Childress' grandsons, BIFFLE JOHNSON
'race (ESPN2, 3:30 p.m.) Austin and Ty Dillon- reg.iffeeimhmie :o hson :iff
:CAMPING WORLD Grg i .Jimi ohnon .... le
CAMPING W oRLD accused Johnson of ripping off his rear
TRUCKS:WinStar WorldGODWIN'S TEXAS PICKS bumper at Martinsviland ght ut
SITE: Fort Worth, Texas KiFiie Time.t
IHED, Fid, Gra Godwin Kelly is the Daytona Win Jeff : Hamli Godwin Ke g his take"It's
rt a 1, 8:30 p.m.) s 'Rest of the top five: Greg First one out: Michael McDowell re go y ri t
covered'NASCAR for 30 Biffle, Carl Edwards, Jimmie Don't be surprised if: Gordon would ever come to blows, itwould
years Reach him at godin. Johnson, Matt Kenseth has found his groove and il o, Dark hore Jeff Burton continues topress Johnsonr"

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9. Kurt Busch -75
10. Carl Edwards -76
2. Ryan 'Newman -106
S13 KaseyKahne -124
14: Jamie McMurray -1,341
15. Brad KeselowSki -1,;365'
16. Martin Truex Jr. -1,402 `
17. Paul Menard -1.407
18 AricAtmirolia -1,451
19. Jeffit urton -1,456
20. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. -1,467
21. Marcos Ambrose -1,481
22. Juan Montoya 1,488
23. Casey Mears -1,619
24. Denny Hamlin -1642
25. David Ragan -1,689
26. Tony Stewart -1,700.
27. David Gilliland -1,702A
27 Danica Patrick -1,702
29. Mark Martin -1,732
30. Dave Blaney -1,797
31. Travis Kvapil -1,820
32. JJYeley -1,863 2961 Penn. Ave. Marianna FL (850) 526-3511
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