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Vol. 90 No. 257


Graceville

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Improved math performance noted

Special to the Floridan percent in science.
A press release from
Graceville High School GHS Prinrecently received a hand- cipal Larry
,written note from Gov. Moore this
Rick Sdott congratulat- week said,
ing the teachers and "Graceville
students for improved High/Midmath performance from dle School
the 2011-2012 school year Moor is fortunate
to the 2012-13 school to have a
year. great group of stuGHS showed an 11 per- dents and teachers and cent increase in math this recognition is eviscores, ranking 137th dence of the equality out of 3,053 all schools instruction being provided and 13th out of 294 com- at Graceville High Schoolk bination schools (middle/ All Graceville High School high schools); 55 percent teachers and students of the students scored are to be commended fot satisfactory or higher in their efforts, especially the reading and math and 49 mathematics teachers."
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Damage to this Fort Road honie was caused by a fire that started in the chimney, Wednesday, Dec. 11, in Greenwood.
Homes damaged or -WATER TOWER

destroyed in Graceville,

GOING UP
Cottondale, Greenwood i G

fighters out of Malone,
BY ANGIE COOK used approximately
acook@jcfloridan.com 1,000 gallons of water to extinguish flames
Area families are re- that originated in tthe SUBMITTEQ PHOTO
covering after a series of chimney of a Fort Road Rubble remains after a mobile home was destroyed by unrelated house fires in home. fire Sunday, Dec.8, in Cottondale.
Jackson County. Some of the residents
The call for help were home at the time to its electrical system Everyone got out safewith the most re- the fire broke out, so means thehouse will be ly, and asofWednesday cent residential blaze emergency .responders, without power until re- night, the two families came from Greenwood were able to stop the fire pairs are made four adults and five fighters oute fouraduls an fiv




around 10 a.m.Wednes- before damage spread Arroyo said it appear young children who day morning, beyond the interior and the age and condition of live in the house were
According to Assistaht exterior areas near the the chimney may have in an area hotel, thanks Fire Chief Wilfredo Ar- chimney, but the older, contributed to the fire, to assistance provided royo, Jackson County wood-frame structure noting that heat ind em- by local volunteers with Fire Rescue, with sup- sustained smoke dam- bers can travel through port from volunteer fire- age and the damage cracks in old bricks. See FIRES, Page 7A


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Teacher Workshop set at Chipola



Special to the Floridan
The Chipola College Future Educators Club will host its 6th annual Teacher Workshop, Saturday Feb. 8, from 8a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Teachers and students interested in a career in education are invited to attend. Future educators currently enrolled at Chipola with the assistance of the education faculty, staff, and education graduates will present the free workshop for area educators and education students. The ANGECOOK/FLORIDAN
day will include various sessions rews work on the elevated water tank
for elementary, middle, and high VI bigcntuted offInutilPr
school teachers. The students will being constructed f Industrial Park
present hands-on activities that can Drive, Wednesday, Dec. 11, in Marianbe used in the classroom along with samples for teachers and education na. Greg Burgess, field foreman with Phoenix
majors to take and use in their own .SUBMITTEDPHOTO Fabricators and Erectors Inc., said work on
class oos. In this photo provided by Chipola College, Nina Patel and other attendees
Thassrooms participate in group learning activities during the fifth annual Teacher Workshop the city project, which started a month ago, is
to pr a t eie inMth pS- presented by the Future Educat6rs Club. expected to be complete in mid-January. On
cialStudies, Science, ESOLReading ing Art-Grades K-2; Using Graphic 3-5; Hands on with The Senses-Sci- Wednesday morning, sparks could be seen andEnglish. Sessionsinclude:Moti- Novels- Grades 4-6; Coming Soon ence 3-5; Constructive Movement flying from the upper and base cones as weldvation and Feedback alongwith ELL To A Theatre NearYou-English 6- 12; Strategies Grades K-2; Incorporat- Using Math Manipulatives-Grades See TEACH Page 7A ers secured the panels that comprise the tank.
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FYLO R I N THURSDAY, DEC. 12 Dinner/Dance -5:30 p.m. at Jim's Buffet& Grill, Grinch-1 p.m. to 5p.m. at the Chamber of Com)) Senior's Breakfast-8:30 a.m. Senior Center Lafayette Street, Marianna. Live music, prizes.; merce. Free event. Publisher Valeria Roberts 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna home cooked break- Public welcome. Donations accepted non- profit )) Capital Chordsmen Barbershop Harmony
vroberts@jcfloridan.com fast. Donations accepted. organization which will benefit Mark Skinner, Chorus Concert-4 p.m. at St. Luke's Episcopal
photographer of Jackson County Floridan, who is church in downtown Marianna. Quartets will step St. Anne Thrift Store Sale- 9 a.m. TO 1 P.m- St. battling cancer. Call 526-4561. out of the chorus. Thesequartets include women in
Circulation Manager- Dena Oberski Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. All
doberski@jcfloridan.com clothing buy one and get second item of equal or )) Three Rivers State Park 10th Annual Com- "Revised Edition". A "Meet the Artist" reception will*
less value for half price. Half price on all toys and unity Christmas Light Show-6 p.m. to 8 p.m. follow the concert. The whole community is invited. CONTACT US Christmas Decorations. Call 482-3734. Three Rivers State Park in Sneads. Will be accept- Donations are accepted for the FireArts Series.
ing pet food and other items for pets. Donations Contact person Lois Jones 482-7671. Telephone: 850-526-3614 ) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The accepted for future light shows. All families, groups, ) Three Rivers State Park 10th AnnualComFAX: 850-482-4478 Oaks Restaurant U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's organizations, churches and business interested in munity Christmas Light Show-6 p.m. to 9 pm.
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com focus is the local community, "Community, Children setting up a display contact part for further infor- Three Rivers State Park in Sneads. Will be accept& Character." Call 526-3142. mation 482-9006. Free admission. ing pet food and other items for pets. Donations
Street Address: ) mlyblt okhp2pm ainaOeigptfo n te tm o es oain
4403 Constitution Lane S Employability Workshop-2 p.m. Marianna One Chess Club -6 p.m. to 8 p.m. First United accepted for future light shows. All families, groups,
ianStop Career Center. Certified motivational career Methodist Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. organizations, churches and business interested in
Marianna, FL 32448 coach will be teaching "Tools for a successful Job Sponsored by Marianna Optimist Club, for students setting up a display contact part for further inforOffice Hours: Search" Open to public and free of charge. for students,8 18 years of age in Jackson County. mation 482-9006. Free admission.
Weekdays. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. )) Grand Ridge council meeting-6 p.m. at the All students and their parents are welcome. Players ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion Grand Ridge Town Hall. Public invited. Call 592- of all skill levels including beginners are welcome. 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist MISS YOUR PAPER? 4621. Call 693-0473. Church,2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.Atten)) Jackson County Branch of the NAACP month- )) Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship dance limited to persons with a desire to stop You should receive your newspaper no later ly meeting 6 p. m. St. James AME Church. Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult, drinking. than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- )) Marianna High Christmas Concert-6:30 teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and )) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting.- 8 p.m. in tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to p.m. Marianna High SchoolAuditorium featuring hang-ups:' Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The Marianna High School Jazz Band and Symphonhic 209-7856, 573-113-1. 5429 College Drive, Graceville.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Band under the direction of Mackenzie Lane, Band )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8 is published Tuesday through Friday and Director. Marianna Middle School Band will join the to 9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist MONDAY, DEC. 16 Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid stage and play "Feliz Navidad." Admission: $3 or one Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
non-perishable food item. All food items s will be )) Marianna Middle School Stdent Art Show-8
at Marianna, FL. donated to the Chipola Family Ministries. SATURDAY DEC. 14 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. at Marianna Middle School.
C e 1n Senior Fellowship Association meeting-Noon
S Alcoholics Anonymous t Closed discussion 8 )) Women of the Moose Chapter 1286 Fall in the Youth Center of First United Methodist SUBSCRIPTION RATES to 9 p~m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- Bazaar 8 am. to 1 p.m. in Moose Lodge (old Church. The Songsters, a 25 voice chorus, will
Home delivery: $11.23 permonth: $32.83 donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance Tony's Restaurant) parking lot in Marianna. Bring present the program. Please bring extra food as the for three months; $62.05 fA'r si months; limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; your handmade goods and join the cause. $5 if you singers will be fed. First Commerce Credit Union and $123.45 for one year. All prices include, bring your table. $10 if Moose furnishes table. Call will be spotlighted as business of the month and will
applicable state and local taxes. Mail 526-1026after 4p.m. furnish door prizes. All seniors are welcome.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail FRIDAY, DEC. 13 ))Second annual Christmas Festival by the ) Employability Workshop-2 p.m. Marianna
subscriptions austre: $46.12 navan. for thre Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson Lake-8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Sheads. Proceeds go to One Stop Career Center. Certified motivational
subscriptions are: $46.12 forthree months; County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and Sneads High School Project Graduation. career coach will be teaching "Using Social Media in $92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one experienced hand rafters welcome to create, ) Alford Community Health Clinic Hours 10 your Job Search Open to public and free of charge. year, share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482- a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in )) Ninth Annual.Ornament Day-4 p.m. to 7:30
9631.' Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients p.m. Jackson County Public Library, 5314 Brown St.
ADVERTISING )) City of Marianna selling Brunswick stew for without medical insurance treats short-term in Graceville. Stop by anytime during the appointed
The advertiser agrees that the publisher Toys for Tots-11 a.,m. to 1 p.m. in the parking lot illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments time. All parents and children are invited. For more between City Hall and the Police Station. $4 for 16 available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-iris info call 482-9631. shall not be liable for damages arising oz. cup with crackers. Will make local deliveries for welcome. Sign in before noon. out of errors and advertisements beyond. an order of five or more plates. To place orders call Christmas Festival-2 p.m. 4 p.m. in Cotton- to 7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, 3975
the amount paid for the space actually 718-1001 or 482-4353. dale on Front Street. Free event. U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings are
occupied by that portion of the advertise- )) Which eReader is Right for You?-3 p.m. )) Christmas Parade "-4 p.m. in Sneads. fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, ments in which the error occurred, whether and 5:30 p.m. at the Jackson County PubliclesnhlAlqitrwlcm.Ci20-3.
Library, Marianna. We have added a second class! )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30 lesnhp.Alqitrwlcm.Cl20-68 such error is due to the negligence of the This informative class on eReaders will help you 'o53 ~.i h AA room of First United Method- )) Capt. Luke Lott's Calhoun Guard, Camp 2212 publisher's employees or otherwise, and learn the differences between Nooks, Kindles and ist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna, Sons of Confederate Veterans meeting-6 p.m., there shall be not liability for non-inser- tablets. Find the right fit for you!. Call Ann, )) Three Rivers State Park 10th Annual Coin- Altha community Center. Anyone who is interested tion of any advertisement beyond the 482-9631. munity Christmas Light Show-6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Southern and Confederate heritage, men, women
amount paid for such advertisement. This )) Christmas Parade and Festiva-4 p.mn. in Grand Three Rivers State Park in Sneads. Will be accept- and children, are welcome and encouraged to newspaper will not knowinglyaccept or Ridge. Line-up at 3 p.m. A festival will immediate ing pet food and other items for pets, Donations attend.
pubis ilegl mteia ofan kid.Advrt~- follow with pony and train rides, games, prizes, accepted for future light shows. All families, groups, )) Alford Community Organization Meeting 6
pubis ilealmatril f nykin. dvrtp- visit from Santa and hot dog and chili. Free to organizations, churches and business interested in p~m. in the Alford Community Center. New memeing which epsespreference based on pbi setting Up a display contact part foe further infor- bers from Aiford, surrounding communities invited
legally protected personal characteristics is' Fi~h Dinner-4 p.m,-7p.m. Bascom Town Hall, 'ain4290.Fe disot jo Calhlc Anonymous Open0 Meein 57 93
not acceptable. 'Bascom. $8 per plate. Raffle for a queen size quilt SNDAlDC.o5hpm.inc Anronm o s OpUied Methist-$1 each or 6 for $5. Call 569-1128.SUDYDE.1 mnteAAroofir ntdMthis
HOW TO GETYOUR )) Marlanna's Gathering Place Foundation )) Children's pictures taken with Santa and the Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
NEWS PUBLISHED The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
The Jackson County Floridan will publish email editorial~jcfioridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
news of general interest free of charge.
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events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. Police Roundup
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement,edtheabno dvhilsoesup-Jc onC ny
anniversary and birth announcements. ed;naPlieDprmet ,u theinc d ed vecles ton suspi-u Jarrcsona cnty,
Forms are available at the Floridan offices, MapnaPlc earm n iu ni ent olain te; o ne~iiU CretoalFclt
Photographs must be of good quality and The Marianna Police Department listed pers cohns, reported; onehi- hfolwnpe leerbokdnt
sialfo rnTeFoiareevste the following incidents for Dec. 10, the cltigecr; n ih h oloigpolwr okdit
suitablefor prit. The loridanreserve the latst avaiable"reort: Onadeadbprsonction.rwayobstructonerepoted;. teicountyja ng duinglthelatestpeportin
rigt o eitallsumisios.. physical disturbance period:
report; neabndoedvehcl rpored u r~4~ complaint; one verbal )) Michael Carroll, 55, 3437 Caverns Rd.,
GETTING IT RIGHT one suspicious vehicle reported; two 'disturbance; onie pedes- Marianna, violation of state probation.
The Jackson County Floridan's policy information calls; one prowler complaint; trian/hitchhiker reported; )) Kasey Grant, 24, 1607 NWreddy Bear
is to correct mistakes promptly. To nine traffic stops; one trespass complaint; 18 medical calls; three traffic crashes; five Lane, Bristol, aggravated battery with report an~error, please call 526-3614 one animal complaint; five calls to assist ,burglary alarm checks; one power line re- deadly weapon. Monday-Friday. other agencies; one public service call; one ported down; two traffic stops; one larceny; )) Lasha Leonard, 24, 2925 Albert St., Man911 hang-up call; one fingerprinting; two one criminal mischief; two civil dispute anna, exploitation of elderly person and
welfare checks; one threat/harassment complaints; one trespass; two follow up fraudulent use of personal identification.
complaint;.and eight home security checks, investigations; one juvenile complaint; one )) Jacob Rogers, 30, 1941 Cypress Grove
noise disturbance complaint; one fraud Rd., Chipley, driving with suspended or
I!; /i Liii(-'Jackson County Sheriff's Offices complaint; 18 property/building checks; revoked license (habitual).
two assisting motorist'/pedestrian; one call )) Bryan Harris, 27, 2495 Sixth Ayle., Alford,
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and to assist another agency; one child abuse violation of state probation.

;' incidents for Dec. 10, the latest available criminal registration; too transports; two ToJ report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
~report: One accident with no injury; one Baker Act/transports; and one threats or local law enforcement agency.To report a wildlife violation,
JCFLOR I DAN .tOM, hospice death; five stolen vehicles report- harassments complaints, call 1b888-404-FWCC (3922)





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CHIPOLA FORD MAKES FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES

DONATION TO TOYS FOR TOTS MAKES DONATION


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ecentlyChipola Ford made a generous donation to Toys for SUMITTEDPHOTO
Tots, a program that helps children have a brighter Christ- r ictured is Lynwood Tanner, Operations Manager of Florida
JL mas that otherwise would not. These generous donations Public Utilities making an $800 donation to Tom Perry, Coorhelp put smiles on children's faces come Christmas morning. Shown dinator for Toys for Tots. Toys for Tots is a charitable program
here making the donation of $2,500 to Tom Perry (center) and Will to help children have a happier Christmas. These children might not
Rogers, (left) coordinators for Toys for Tots is Scott Quigley (right) of have one if it was not for the wonderful volunteers and donations of Chipola Ford. the generous public.



A FFACONTIUES TO Marianna Bridge Club

SUPPORT THE COMMUNI TY
announces winners
Specialtothe Floridan place tied-Kurt Opfer- Bridge League.The mann -Douglas game is held every"
.The Marianna Dupli- Parker. Monday at 1 p.m. at St.
cate Bridge Club an- a Second and Third Luke's Episcopal Church
nounces winners of the place tied-porothy in Marianna at 4362 Dec. 9 game. They are as Baxter Jane Sangaree Lafayette Street. Anyone follows: a Fourth place- Bill is welcome to come and
a First place- Sharon Lies John Selfe. play or observe. For Morgan Mary Lou The Marianna Bridge more information and
Miller. Club is sanctioned by partners call Libby
a Second and Third the American Contract Hutto at 526-3162.




Gov. Scott wants to cut

auto registration fees


SUBMITTEDPHOTO- TheAssociatedPress time he has spelled out to propose cuts in everyictured are chapter members who collected toys for Toys for TE which taxes and fees he thing from business taxes
r asTA ASSEE In a* would target to cut. on electricity to sales taxes Tots. Students pictured (from left) are: Back row: Cole Hamil- move that could help in In a white paper de- on commercial leases.
ton, Erick McWhite, Orion Douthit, Destinee Douthit, Ashleigh a tough re-election fight, scribing the proposal, The governor has
Van, Jacob Brown ndoeMac Scott; (front row) Trent Whittington, Florida Gov. Rick Scott the Scott administration sought tax cuts every
arn, and JoeMac wants to roll back. the contends that a projected year he has been in office,
Dustin Alekander, Cade Hewett, Hailey McDaniel, Casey Robinson, fees that motorists pay to budget surplus for next but his initial efforts enShelby Johnson and Ketsia Tshimbalanga. register their cars. year should be used to countered stiff resistance
During a Thursday ap- .undo the auto registration from his fellow Republi"___"pearance in Tampa, Scott fee hike. cans in the Legislature.
Col. will wheel out a proposal Florida economists last Shortly after he was inSe to cut auto registra- week concluded that the augurated ir -2011, Scott
.tt.ep...t v M vr" Col y neyt year. The governor's tions would grow by 3.8 $4 billion over a two-year
o i ends DTlT1[ office estimates the cut percent over the current period.
C mmend DEP an1d FW which would kick in. fiscal year and another 4.9
nfon Sept. 1, 2014 would percent by the middle of on announced ent of projects result in a decrease of 2015, bringing the total.to
more than $25 for most $27.5 billion This means 3
motorists. that 'dotand state -legSpecial to the Floridan projects in Bay County and "This' funding will The Republican-con- islators next spring could eight proposed projects in provide the Panhan- trolled FloridaLegislature. have a budget surplus in The Florida Depart- Walton County. dle several- restoration increased autdofees in 2009 excess of $1 billion even
ment of Environmental The Deepwater Hor- projects for our beaches as part ofanoverallpack- after paying for enrollProtection and the Florida zon oil spill greatly in- and waterways affected age of tax and fee hikes mentgrowthi for schools Fish and Wildlife Conser- peded the public's access by the 2010 BP Oil Spill. to help balance the state and programs such 'as. nation Commission re- to their natural resources I am eager to see the budget. Then-Gov. Charlie Medicai cently announced several along the Panhandle's completion of the proj- Crist -who was a Repub- When Scott' first anearly restoration proj- coast. These proposed ects and am pleased lican at the time- signed nounced his plan to cut ,'Y ., ects identified by the recreational use projects that my constituents will the fee hike into law. Crist taxes and fees heheld, a Natural Resource Dam- will boost the public's use have access to new as well is now running against series of public meetings age Assessment in the and enjoyment of those as improved piers, parks, Scott as a Dermocrat. with business owners and Panhandle. natural resources. The an- docks, and the other en- Scott had already said residents to discuss po- "
Many of .these projects nouncement comprises 28 hancements this funding he wants to cut $500 thil- tential areas for cuts. That '. t will impact House District proposed projects totaling will bring," said Fla. Rep. lion ini taxes and fees next created a push by groups SOH 5, including six proposed nearly $88 million. Marti Coley. year. But this is the first and business interests, M'MBS
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Festivus pole put up



at Capitol in protest

The Associated Press

TALLAHASSEE Talk
about an airing of
grievances.
In protest of a Nativity
scene at the Florida Capitol, Chaz Stevens has put
up a Festivus pole with
beer cans around it. Sound ridiculous? Ste-m-d vens agrees, but he did
drive about 450 miles from
the Fort Lauderdale area
just to put up the pole. THEASSOCIATED PESS
"What's the point? There
"Whais no point. It's the point? Thereidiculous. Chaz Stevens talks with reporters after setting up his Festivus
pis no point. It's ridiculous ole made out of beer cans at the Florida Capitol building in This is the most ridicu- Tallahassee on Wednesday. Stevens placed the 6-foot pole lous thing I could come across from a Nativity scene. up with," said ,Stevens, an
atheist. "This is about the vision show "Seinfeld." Olsen, who organized the separation of church and George Costanza's father, Nativity scene. state." Frank, made up Festivus "I believe, in prayer and
SBecause Florida consid- after becoming fed up you know what? I've been ers the Statehouse rotmun- with the commercialism .praying for you. I mean da to be a public forum, of Christmas. The celebra- that sincerely, Chaz," O1people can use the space tion includes the airing spn said. 'As a Christian, I to express themselves or of grievances during din- have the Nativity, because protest, as long as they first, ner followed, by "feats of it's Christ in Christmas. apply with a state agency. strength" in which a guest And you have the tight to Along with the Nativity must pin the host before have the beer cans here."
scene and 6-foot Festivus the party ends. Instead of Stekrens laughed. A theo- a pole, the Wisconsin-based a Christmas tree, Frank logicaldiscussionfollowed, Freedom From Religion Costanza' put up a plain with Olsen talking about Foundation has put up a auminum pole -- with no her faith and stevens saybanner advocating for the ornaments. ing Jesus might asiwell be
separation of government At the Florida Capitol Santa Claus or the Easter and religion. A Festivus last week, several dozen" Bunny. pole is also on display at people gathered for the "'You know what I'm, the Wisconsin Capitol, Nativity -celebration, in- praying for next year? I'm along with other displays. cluding a children's choir. going to pray that they get "Festivus for the rest of The only people there for rid of that thing," Stevens us" is a non-secular holi- the, Festivus pole installa- said,gesturing to the mIhnday made up by the tele- tion were media and Pam ger scene.


Brief
One suspect in Miami-Dade and stole his police cruiser. The car was '
police manhunt identified abandoned in Hialeah where he arid a second suspect got into another car,
MIAMI Miami-Dade Police have firing at officers pursuing them as part of identified one suspect who was shot and the countywide manhunt. killed by officers during a countywide Montesano was shot and killed by ofmanhunt. ficers. He died at the scene. The second 1
Police identified the suspect on suspect died at the hospital. That person Wednesday as 27-year-old Adrian has not yet been identified by police.
Montesano. Two officers shot in the exchange were
Authorities say Tuesday's manhunt not seriously injured. A third, Saul Rodristarted when Montesano robbed a guez, underwent surgery after being shot
drugstore. When officers responded to in the abdomen. the scene, Montesano fired at one officer The Associated Press




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Florida leads enrollment in federal marketplace
The Associated'Press dismal 3,500 in October deadline, at the beginning of Oc- set the costs of paying for director for the Centers for
when sign-ups were ham- The Obama administra- tober, 281,517 Floridians older, sicker consumers. Medicare and Medicaid FORT LAUDERDALE pered by technical glitches tion projected 7 million have taken the first step The federal health law is Services.
More Floridians are sign- with healthcare.gov. But consumers would sign up in applying for coverage facing several hurdles in But many navigators ing up for the new federal it's still.far less than what for coverage during the and 75,480 are eligible for' the wake of the botched fear it will be difficult to health insurance program officials had originally first year, including about a subsidy to help pay for website rollout. The ad- complete the enrollment than residents in any other projected for Florida and 477,000 in Florida. it, according to, federal ministration must find process before the Dec. state relying on the fed- nationwide. Experts have been work- health officials. But the a way to lure frustrated 23 deadline, Which allow
eral exchange, with nearly Wednesday's enrollment itig around the clock to enrollment data was not consumers back to the consumers to start get18,000 registering over statistics showed that fix the troubled website, broken down into detailed improved website, which ting health coverage in the last two 'months, ac- 364,682 people nation-i and federal health officials demographic information. now includes a reset but- January. wording to figures released wide have signed up for have said lhe site is now Ray said Florida applicants ton so consumers can start Navigator Allie Stern sat Wednesday. private coverage as of Nov. working for the vast major- don't fit a particular pro- their bungled applica- alone in her South Florida
Nearly 14,500 Floridians 30. That figure is less than ity of users .''' fie, so far., tions from scratch. Federal office last week waiting on
signedupundertheAfford- one-third of the 1.2 million Jodi Ray, who oversees "They're not,'necessarily health officials are also giv- a no-show appointment. able Care Act in November. people officials had' origi- the navigators for the Uni- the sickly. They're' not nec- ing priority to those who Most counselors were unThat compares to about nally projected would en- versity of South Florida, essarily the poor. They're 'visited the site in the past able to enroll consumers 11,000 in Texas another roll nationwide by the end recently sat down with a not necessarilythewhito or two months, but couldn't on the spot in October and populous state that's using of November. family and completed one Hispanic. They are a whole complete their applica- November because of the
the federal government's Federal health officials application' through the range of demographics," tion' because of technical website glitches and inwebsite, according to en- said during a conference website and another for she'said. problems. stead scheduled follow-up
rollment statistics from call with the media Tues- the children's Medicaid The Obama administra- Many consumers are appointments for when the Health and Human day night that they ex- program in less than an tionandinsurersarework- receiving an email invit- the site was functioning
Services Department pect the numbers to grow hour. ing desperately to target ing them back to the site more smoothly.
Florida's November en-, in the 'coming months, "It worked that fast. It healthy, young adults as and the response has "People make appointrollment figures are coqn-, with a likely surge close was that easy," she said. they need them to enroll been strong, said Julie Ba- -ments and they don't show sid erably higher than the to the March enrollment Since the site launched in the marketplace to off- taille, communications up," she said.



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1111 ~ State: 'No plans to remove boat wreckage
The Associated Press DESTIN State officials say they have no plans to
The associated Press remove the wreckage of a boat crash that killed three
CAPE CANAVERAL It's timefor .people in the Florida Panhandle.
CAPE CANAVERAL It's timefor Last week's crash under a Destin bridge killed
the December sky show.
The annual Geminids meteor Jamila Beltz, Taylor Evanbff and Robert Williams, all
of Niceville.
shower the most intense of ofNiceville
thoer-- tea m Fo i t oFlorida Fish andWildlife Conservation CommisBut the best viewingll peak Friday ghtbe early sion spokesman Stan Kirkland tells the Northwest
But the best viewing may be early Florida Daily News that since authorities know what
Saturday, orice the moon sets. Be- caused the accident, the agency won't pay to have
tween 100 and 120 meteors are expected everyhour at peak time. But the wreckage removed.'
pected everyhour at peak time. But If the Coast Guard does not remove the wreckage,
scienterfereists say the bght moon willumber it might remain in the water. Kirkland says it's not a
interfere ad reduce the numberhazard to other boats. of visible meteors by half. That's hazard t other boats.
why the best shot for viewing will 'The Asociated Press
be closer to dawn on Saturday.
The Geminids come from a small
asteroid named '3200 Phyethon,
which passes quite close to the sun. Its fratl of dust and debris
is W a makes up the Geminids.
passes through this stream
of debris every December.
The meteor shower extends from
Thursday through Monday THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ILE
A meteor streaks across the sky during the annual Geminid meteor shower over )ie Springville, Ala., on Dec. 13, 2012. The annual Geminids meteor shower the most d a
NASA: http://www.nasa.gov/connect/ intense of the year will peak Friday night, but the best viewing might be early chat/geminids 2013.html Saturday, once the moon sets. e




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Pilot who crashed at SF0 worried about landing

The Associated Press told investigators that he has tried to emphasize that
was not sure if the trainee safety should come first.
WASHINGTON The captain was making nor- The case will probably
pilot of the jet that crash- 'mal progress and that he force foreign airlines to
landed at San Francisco's did not perform well dur- examine their cockpit culairport last summer wor- ing a trip two days before ture, said Tom Anthony, dinied privately before take- the accident. That captain rector of the aviation safety
off about handling the, described Lee as "not well program at the University
Boeing 777, especially be- organized or prepared," of Southern California,
cause runway construc- according to the investiga- The U.S. went through
tion meant he would have tive report. that process decades ago
to land without any help "This pilot should never and shook off a "captain-'
from a common type of have taken off," said at- as-overlord" culture, he
guidance system. tomey Ilyas Akbari, whose said, and now some Asian
And neither the trainee firm represents 14 of the airlines 'will have to make
nor an instructor pilot in passengers. "The fat that sure their training encourthe cockpit said anything the pilot was stressed and ages even junior pilots to
when the first officer raised nervous is a testament to speak up.
concerns four times about the inadequate training Asiana representatives at
the plane's rapid descent: THEASSOCIATED PRESS he received, and those re- the hearing did not immeAfter the July 6 accident, Capt. Seung-young Kim (right) executive vice president of flight operations for Aslana Airlines, sponsible for his training diately respond to queswhich killed three people speaks during, a National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigative hearing at the and for certifying his com- tions from The Associated and injured more than NTSB in Washington, Wednesday, Dec. 11, on the crash landing of Asiana Airlines Flight 214. petency bear some of the Press. 200, Lee Kang Kuk told Na- culpability." Lee insisted in interviews
tionalTransportation Safe-, Bill English. signs of confusion about ing numerous other cues, There were other indi- that he had been blinded
ty Board investigators that So far, the investigation the 777's elaborate com- rather than relying on a cations that a culture of. during a critical instant he had been concerned he has not found any me- puter systems and an ap- radio-based system called not acknowledging weak- before the botched landmight "fail his flight and chanical problems with parent lack of communi- a glide-slope, indicator ness and of deferring ing by a piercing light from would be embarrassed." the 777 prior to impact, al- cation in the cockpit. that guides aircraft to the to a higher-ranking col- outside the aircraft. NTSB Lee's backstory emerged though testing. is ongoing, Documents released runway. league contributed to investigators repeatedly
Wednesday in documents English said. Wednesday cataloged a' Lee said the fact that he the crash. asked about the light, but
released at an NTSB hear- That focused attention series of problems that, would be doing a visual Lee told NTSB investiga- he was unable to pinpoint ing called to answer lin- on .Lee, who did not speak taken together, could have approach in a jet as big as tors thathe did not imme- its origin or how it precisegering questions about the at the hearing but whose been factors in the crash. a 777 particularly troubled diately move to abort the ly affected-him. crash of Asiana Flight 214. actions and failure to The 46-year-old pilot him. landing and perform a "go Asked whether he -wore
Though Lee was an expe- act were a major part of told investigators he had But he didnt speak up, around' as the'plane came sunglasses in the cockpit, rienced pilot with the Ko- the daylong meeting. been "very concerned" because others had been in too low and too 'slowbe- Lee said he did not "berea-based airline, he was a The NTSB's 'chair- about attempting a safely landing at San Fran-. cause he felt that only the cause it would have been trainee captain in the 777, man, Deborah Hersman, visual 'approach without cisco under the same con- instructor pilot had 'the considered impolite to with less than 45 hours in stressed during a news instrument landing aids, ditions. As, a result, he told authority -to initiate that wear them when he. was the jet. He-had not piloted conference that the agen- which were turned off. A investigators, "he could emergency move flying with his" instructor.. an airliner into San Fran- cy has not yet .concluded visual 'approach- involves not sayhe could not do the A reluctance of junior of- The instructor pilot told cisco's notoriously tricky what caused the crash. lining the jet up for land- visual approach.". ficers to speak up has been investigators. he never saw airport since 2004, accord- But she acknowledged that ing by looking through Another Asiana pilot an issue in past accidents, a bright, light outside the irg to NTSB investigator the agency was examining the windshield and us- who recently flew with Lee though industry training aircraft.

NASA: Coolingpumpon space station shuts down



The Associated Press Vuree Russian cosmonauts
and a Japanese astronaut
WASHINGTON NASA were preparing to go to
h V' said Wednesday it was bed as normal, while engilooking into a problem neers on the ground tried
with a malfunction- to troubleshoot the probing cooling pump on lem. The faulty pump and
the International Space, cooling loop did start up
Station, but there was again, he said.
no immediate danger Humphries said it was
to the six crewmen on too early to speculate
board. whether a spacewalks
A valve on a pump on would be needed to fix the
THE ASSOCIAEPRESS one of the station's two problem.
In this Friday, Sept. 27, photo, a tablet of flibanserin sits on external cooling loops The station commander
a brochure for Sprout Pharmaceuticals,in the company's shut down because it was THE ASSOCIATED PRESS is cosmonaut Oleg KoRaleigh, N.C., headquarters on Sept. 27.suZonbcuei a HA$OITDR$ scsoatOe o
too cool Wednesday af- In this frame grab from video provided by NASA, two Russian tov. Americans Rick Masternoon, NASA spokes- flight engineers perform maintenance on the International tracchio and Michael F em ale libido dru g man Bob Jacobs said. Space Station, Monday, June 24. NASA said Dec. 11, it is look- Hopkins, Russians Mikhail
He said that at no time ing into a problem with a malfunctioning cooling pump. Tyurin and Sergey Rywas the crew at risk. But azanaskiy, and Japanese
some non-critical equip-' Kelly Humphries said. monia outside the station astronaut Koichi Wakata S m l bment of the massive orbit- Engineers suspect a to keep equipment inside are aboard. The orbital
al outpost were powered valve inside the pump was and outside cool. outpost, the size of a footThe Associated Press causes doctors must con- down. faulty and ground control- "The station wasn't ever ball field and weighing
sider before diagnosing "It could be a serious lers moved electrical pow- in any danger," -Jacobs nearly 1 million pounds,
WASHINGTON The female 'sexual desire dis- problem, but it's not an er supplies to the other said. has been in orbit more
multi-decade search for orders, including relation- emergency," Johnson cooling loop, Jacobs said. Jacbbs said the crew of than 220 miles above a pill that boosts sexual -ship problems, hormone Space Center spokesman These loops circulate am- two American astronauts, Earth since 1998. desire in women has hit disorders, depression and
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cals said Wednesday it has because of how poorly NEW ORLEANS A 'Leaving the courthouse judge they were struggling following his indictment.
reached an impasse with we understand the. root former New Orleans po- a free man, Warren, 50, to reach' a unanimous On the other side of the
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Year after Newtown, gun Prosecutor: No domestic charges

control groups keep hope against zimmerman
The Associated Press If convicted ofthe felony
assault charge, ZimmerThe Associated Press action, privately lobbying MIAMI George Zim- man could have gotten a
members of Congress for mermah will not face do- maximum of five years in
NEWTOWN, Conn. changes. New York Mayor mestic -violence charges prison. He had been free
Having already lost her Michael Bloomberg's orga- because -his girlfriend on $9,000 bail prior to
6-year-old son, Nicole nitation, Mayors Against did not wish to pursue Archer's announcement
Hockley insists she won't Illegal :Guns, has spent the case and there was and had been ordered to
lose the fight to reduce gun roughly $15 million this scant evidence of a crime, stay away from Scheibe's
violence no matter how' year on advertising to in- a state prosecutor said house in Apopka.
long it takes. fluence the debate. And Wednesday. Zimmerman's attorney,
She is among a group of former Arizona Rep.Gabri- Samantha Scheibe's Jayne Weintraub, filed a
"accidental activist" par- elle Giffords, who was shot decision not to cooper- motion earlier this week
ents brought together one in the head while meeting ate and the lack of other asking that the no-contact
year ago by almost un- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS with constituents in 2011, corroborating evidence order be lifted. That mothinkable grief after the This April 30 photo shows Nicole Hockley, mother of 6-year- launched a national tour would have made the tion included Scheibe's Newtownschoolmassacre. old Dylan Hockley who was killed during the school shooting calling wfor background case difficult to prove, affidavit stating she did The shootings were so hor- in Newtown, Conn., talking to the media. checks. State Attorney Phil Archer not want the prosecution
rific that many predicted 'Yet Congress has enacted in Seminole County said to go forward.
they would force Congress suffering and political President.. Joe Biden this no new gun curbs since the in a statement. "I am pleased that I was to approve, long-stalled frustration, Hockley and week. "No Nmatter how Newtown shooting. "There is no reasonable able to present credible
legislation o tighten the other Newtown parents are much tragedy affects you; The inaction inWashing- likelihood of a success- evidenceto reasonable nation's gun laws.' fighting to stay optimistic you have to find a way for- ton underscores the ongo- ful prosecution," Archer prosecutors who took the
They did not, as their effort builds a na- ward. You have'to invest in ing potency of the NRA and said. timetolistenandthat jusA divided Congress de- tio'inal operationbacked by life." other gun rights groups, Zimmerman, 30, had ticeprevailed,"Weintraub
nied President Barack an alliance of wellfund- Hockley's son Dylan was opposition from most Re- faced charges of aggra- said in an email. "This Obama's calls for changes. ed organizations work- among I 26 people shot puiblicans and the reluc- vated assault, battery demonstrates how great The national gun lobby, ing to pressure Congress to death including 20 tance of many Democrats and' criminal mischief our systemis." led by the National Rifle ahead of, next fall's ele- first-graders last Dec. from GOP-leaning states following a Nov. 18 con- The arrest was one of a Association, is arguably' 'tions. The groups are 14 inside Sandy Hook El- to anger voters by further frontation at the central string of legal problems stronger than ever. And sending dozens .of paid etnentary. The shooter, 20- restricting firearms. Florida house he shared for Zimmerman since he surveys suggest that sup- staff into key states, enlist- year-old Adam Lanza used Nearly ,eight months with Scheibe. She initially was acquitted last sumport for new gun laws is ing thousands of volunteer a military-style assault rifle since the Senate rejected told .police Zimmerman mer of murder in the fatal slipping as the Newtown activists and preparing to in the Friday morning at- expanded background pointed a shotgun at her shooting of 17-year-old memory fades. spend tens ofmillions of tack that ended when he checks for gun, buyers face during an argument, Trayvon Martin. ZimmerA new Associated Press- dollars against politicians killed himself. --the' year's foremost leg- smashed her coffee table man, who was a neighGfK poll finds that 52 per- who stand in the way of The shootings profound- islative effort on the issue and pushed her out of the borhood watch volunteer, cent of Ainricans favor their goals. ly changed this small Con- Majority Leader Harry house, saidhe shotthe unarmed,
stricter gun laws, while 31. It may well take time, necticut community and Reid, D-Nev., hasn't found She recanted much of black teenager in self-depercent want them left as they say, to counter the thrust gun violence back the five votes he would that in an affidavit filed fense during a confrontatheyare and 15~percentsay influence of the NRA on into the national debate. need to revive the mea- this week in which she re- tion in February 2012 inthey should 'be loosened. Capitol Hill. Led by Obama, gun con- sure. He has said he won't ferred tO Zimmerman as side a gated community
But the strength of, the "I know it's not a mat-' trol advocates called for revisit the bill until he has "my boyfriend" and said in Sanford, just outside support for tighter<'ontrols ter of if it happens. It's a background checks for all the 60 votes he would need she wanted him back. Orlando. has dropped since January, matter of when. This ab- gun purchasers and a ban to prevail. when 58 percent said gun solutely keeps me going," on assault weapons and Says Connecticut Gov. laws should, be tightened says Hockley, who joined high-capacity ammuni- Dan Malloy: "I. was re- ir to extinguish the flames
and just percent felt they a handful of Newtown tion magazines. pulsed by the inability of iresand keep the fire from
were too strong. parents in a private White Hockley and other New- the Congress of the United spreading.
After a year of personal House meeting with Vice town parents hastened into States to deal irith reality." FromPagelA The family at that home
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Supervisor. Kenneth at- was raised in Sylavauaga, along-time resident of Tal- there. JCFR crews arrived shelter and giving refertended Lovedale Baptist T eS. AL, where he resided until lahassee, FL, a deacon at at that blaze around 3:30 rals to area agencies that
Church and a member of ln he married Mary Ellenisto Bible Believers' Fellowship p.m., but Arroyo said the canhelp withlonger-term
Greenwood Uriited Meth- William Abernathy from Anniston, Church, and' an employee fire extingui
AL. Together they began of the Department of ith Floidaushed itself, support.
Kenneth is preceded in Melton pastoring churches in Trarnsportation for over 25 with Florida Public utili Tomake a donation to
death by his wife, Dorothy Semmes, AL, Lincoln, AL, years. ties stepping in to cut the the American Red Cross,
Cornelia Davis; parents, Mr. James William Mel- Phenix City, AL, then He s preceded in death power to the house. the CentralI Panhandle
Andrew Neal Davis and ton, age 72, of Altha, FL Semmes, AL a second time. by his parents, Jesse and On Sunday night, an- Chapter can be reached Mellie Ray Davis. passed away Monday, De- After that, they pastored in Arnettie Whitehead, and an other Cottondale fire, this at 850-763-6587.
Survivors include two cember 10, 2013 at' his Orme Mountain, St. Pitts- older sister, Johnnie Myrle one near the intersection For those interested in sons, Stephen Craig Shuler home. James was born on burg, TN, Sumiton, AL, Deese. of Faney and Magnolia providing hands-on help,
and wife, Vicki, of Bristol, January 22, 1941' in Alta Luvernie, AL, 'and then 'to He is survived by his streets, destroyed a mo- free Workshops for new Ray Lowery Davis and wife, and had lived there all of Jackson County, FL: In wife, Katrmna Whitehead; bile home. Arroyo said volunteers to help diCrystal, of Pensacola; two his life. He was a retired Jackson County, they son, Anthony Whitehead, wen JCFR arrived on the saster victims in Jackson daughters Dawyn Dumas Dredge Boat Captain and pastored El Bethel Assem- and his wife, Alicia of w
and husband, Richard, of member of the Protestant bly of God for 13 years, Fishersville, Virginia; three scene at roughly 11 p.m., County are scheduled Canton, GA, Parsha Davis Faith. Page Pond Assembly of brothers: Joe Whitehead the fire was fully involved to begin after the first of
Byrd of Greenwood; six Survivors include: two God, Shady Grove Pente- and wife, Shirley, of and roughly 4,000 gal- the year. Call the chapter brothers, Lamar Davis of sons, Jason Melton and Jer- costal Church, aAd Live Crawfordville, FL; William' lions of water were used office for details. Wewahitchka, Harold Da- ry Melton both ofAltha, FL; Oak Assembly of God in Whitehead and wife, vis of Greenwood, Gerald two daughters, Julie O'Bry- Holmes CoUnty. Lastly, he Teena, of Cottondale, FL; Davis of Youngstown, an and her husband, Randy founded United Believers Don Whitehead of Tampa, Teach cation); and OutstandDuane Davis of Lovedale, of Marianna, FL, Jahnie Worship Center in Sneads FL; and one sister,. Lola ing Math Guides (Math
MaxDavis ofCrawfordville, Economou and her hus- where he retired after 37 Whitehead of Grand Ridge, Foldables). At noon the
and Norman Davis of band, Alex of Live Oak, FL; years of pastoring. His last. FL Froom Page lAc e t o the
Lovedale; 15 grandchildren one brother, Rubin Melton three years on earth he re- A. viewing will be held and M A current Flonrda Teacher of and 20 great grandchildren of Greenwood, FL; two sis- mained in the Marianna Thursday, December 12, an Music-Grades K-2 the year will speak Funeral services will be ters, Jimmie Boggs of Ma- Health and Rehab Center, 2013 from 6' pm' to 8 pm at Integrating Social Stud- The workshop will be held at 2 p.m.' Thursday rianna, FL and Ann Gilley Survivors include his Faith FuneralHome in Ha- ies-Grades 2-4; Dysto- held in the Literature/ December 12, 2013 at of Altha, FL; 9 grandchil- wife, Mary E. Walker of vana, FL. Funeral services pian Literature-Grades Language (Building Z) on
Greenwood Baptist Church dren and 2 great-grand- Grand Ridge; one son, Tho- will be Friday, 'December 2-4; and Groundwater- the Chipola campus. Regwith 'Dr. Steve Canada, children mas Jesse Walker of 13, 2013 at 11 at Bible Be- Science 7-9.In addition to istration will begin at 8
Revs. John Kramer a'd Funeral services will be Kennesaw, GA.; one daugh levers 'Fellowship Church. the student-led sessions, a.m., with the first session Fred Fitzgerald officiating. held Saturday, December ter, Melissa Walker Benton in Tallahassee, FL,. with 11 a.m. is guest speaker at 8:15 a.m. rditaldwl follow ing 14, 2013 at 11:00 am (CT) of Tuscaloosa, AL; two graveside service to follow hour, including: Deanna Note: PAEC will not be wood United 'Methodist aPav'FnrlH ebrtesGereadJh;tTlaaseMmoy Golden presenting a ses- able to offer' i-service~
Church Cemetery with Chapel with Dr. Charlie one sister, Sue Dobbs; tWo Gardens. Gondeonpreaching a s for partic e
James and Sikes Funeral Fowler officiating. Memo- grandchildren, Madison Flowers are welcome, sion on Teachung Math pomts for participating
Home Maddox Chapel di- rialization will be by cre- and Hannah Benton. but donations to theAmer- K-i; Dee and Taura Brock teachers this year. So inrecting mation. Funeral services will be ican Lung Association presenting a session on stead there will be even
Family will receive The family will receive at 10 am, Friday, December would also be appreciated classroom learning; Peg- more food, guests, door friends one hour prior to friend Saturday, Decdmber 13, 2013 at El' Bethel As- gy Reihnhan presenig prizes and freebie
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Black and white, thousands bid farewell to Mandela
TheAssociatedPress U2 frontman Bono also equipment and even an songs from the struggle
paid his respects, as did alleged impostor who, against the apartheid rePRETORIA, South Africa EW. de Klerk, the last pres- acting as an interpreter gime and calling out fare- Black and white, old ident of white rule who for the deaf, spouted non- wells to Mandela.
and young, South Africans "shared a Nobel Peace Prize sense rather than translat- Army helicopters circled
by the thousands paid final with Mandela for ending ing speeches by President overhead, but a sudden
tribute Wednesday to their apartheid. Barack Obama and other quiet fell over the ambeloved Nelson Mandela. "I hope that hisfocus on statesmen. phitheater as the hearse
In silence or murmuring, lasting reconciliation will The half-empty stands arrived. Eight warrant ofthey filed past the coffin. live and bloom in South at that event led some to ficers representing the
Some glanced back, as if Africa," de KIerk said. think the public had be- services and divisions of
clinging to the sight, a mo- South Sudan's president, come apathetic, but the the South African military
ment in history. Salva Kiir Mayardit, stood overwhelming response carried the casket, led by
One man raised his fist, transfixed before remov- Wednesday showed South a military chaplain in a
the potent gesture of the ing his trademark black Africans' thirst for a simple purple stole. The officers
struggle against white rule THEASSOCIATEDPRESS cowboy hat and crossing way to say goodbye. set down the coffin and rethat Mandela led from South African President Jacob Zuma pays his respects'to himself. On Wednesay morn- moved theflag.
prison. A woman fainted former South African President Nelson Mandela during the The orderly proceedings ing, police on motorcycles Mandela's body is to be on the steps, and was lying in state at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, South Africa,. were in contrast to a large- escorted a hearse bearing flown Saturday to Quminu, helped into a wheelchair. Wednesday, Dec. 11- scale celebration Tuesday'- Mandela's flag-draped cof- his rural childhood village
They had only a few sec- that went somewhat awry fin from a military hospital in Eastern Cape Province,
onds to look at the man reminiscent of the miles- thisman?" because of poor transport outsidePretoria.Hundreds where he will be buried
manycalled"tata"-father long queues of voters who "I'm lost. My mind is planning, faulty sound lined the streets, singing Sunday
in his native Xhosa his waited patiently to cast lost," he said after passing
face and upper body vis- their ballots during South the casket.
ible through a clear bubble Africa's first all-race elec- Police officers stood atop the casket, dressed in tionsin 1994 that saw Man- nearby, one holding a box
a black-and-yellow shirt dela become the country's of tissues.
of the kind he favored as a first black president. Mandela was lying in statesman At a parking lot where state in the same hilltop
"I wish I can say to him, buses ferried people to building where he made a
'Wake up and don't leave the viewing, the mood stirring inaugural address
us,'" said Mary Kgobe, -a was cheerful. When a bus that marked the birth of
52-year-old teacher, after carrying supporters of the South Africa's democracy viewing the casket at the ANC made a wrong turn an irony that was not
century-old Union Build- and drove away from the lost on the throngs.
ings, a sandstone govern- Union Buildings, one man "It's amazing to think ment complex overlooking joked: "Do they think we that 19 years ago he was the capital, Pretoria, that will steal the body?" inaugurated -there, and was once the seat of white There was order and now he's lying there," said power. respect once they disem- another viewer, Paul LetaWearing the black, green barked at the foot of steps geng. "If he was not here,
and gold of the African Na- leading to a marquee that we would not have had
tional Congress, the ruling sheltered Mandela's cas- peace in South Africa."
party Mandela once led, ket. Signs on the wall said The mourners were she was among the multi- no firearms were allowed, joined by world leaders tude who endured hours Some people shielded and Mandela family memin the sun to 'say good- themselves from' the sun bers; who walked silently bye to the'man they call with squares of cardboard past the casketat a special their father, liberator and plastered with large im- morning viewing, Mandepeacemaker. ages of Mandela. la's widow, Graca Machel,
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95, was like losing a part of ... I had to see him for my- among them.
herself. self even if I couldn't speak By the. afternoon, long
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The Associated Press the corridor leading to Aleppo, once a main route
BEIRUT Major in- for journalists going into
ternational news orga- Syria.
nizations sent a letter "As long as kidnappings to the leadership of the are permitted to continue armed opposition in unabated, journalists will Syria Wednesday, calling not be willing to undertake for urgent action against assignments inside Syria,
rebe groups increasingly and they will no longer be *r* *
targeting, journalists for able to serve as witnesses
kidnappings. to the events taking place
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news organizations includ- letter said.,,
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in the kidnapping of jour- Presse, Reuters, BBC, On Wednesday, December 25, 2013, the Floridan will
nalists while on assign- The New York Times, The
meantt in opposition-held Washington Post, The Wall publish its annual InLoving Memory page.
areas in northern Syria. Street Journal, Atlantic Me- If you would like to pay tribute to a loved one who
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dented and has so far been Los Angeles Times, The
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Williams leads Bulldogs past Pirates

*v the bench during an altercation The lead was eight going into other bucket moments later to
M aranna stays in the team's game against Port the fourth, and the Pirates got increase the margin to 11 with
St. Joe on Saturday. back to within.five when Darius 3:18 to play.
undefeated after Despite missing two rotation Williams was fouled on a three- The Pirates couldn't get back
Players, the winless Pirates point shot and made all into single digits after that and
69-55 victory appeared sharper than. three free throws to make are still in search of their first
BYDUSTIN KENT usual in the early .go- it 48-43. win of the season after falling
dkent@jcfloridan.com ing, keeping pace with .But four straight points to 0-6.
the undefeated Bulldogs' byJamelJohnsonandtwo Herman Williams had 27
SNEADS With both Mari- thanks to Darius Williams free throws from Herman points to lead all scorers, with
anna and Sneads missing key and Devonte Pettus, who com- Williams pushed the margin to Trey Clemmons and Johnson players, it was the Bulldogs who bined for 17 of the team's 25 11 forMHS. each adding 12 points for the
were able to overcome the lack first-half points to keep SHS Sneads had one more big run Bulldogs, while Darius Williams of a full complement Tuesday to within four at the halftime in store, however, with Darius led the Pirates with 20. night ,to take a 69-55 win over break. Williams knocking in another JeremyWert also had 15 points
the Pirates and remain unbeat- The Pirates got to within two triple, followed by a bank shot for SIHS, and Pettus added 12. en on the season. at 32-30 early in the second half from Grey Basford, and a layup Sneads will next be in action SUBMITTED PHOTO/HALEY BOGGS
Marianna was without start- after Williams' fourth 3-pointer from Pettus after a blocked shot Friday on the road for a big dis- Cottondale's Dakota Haddock fights. ing point guard Shaquarious of the night, but the Bulldogs at the other end by Darius Wil- trict contest against the Cotton- to get closer to the basket during a Berh was but irs~iig nswered with a 10-2 run, liams to make it 54-50. dale Hornets. game earlier this season.
cf iijury, while Seadsd wak 6tedwithadunkb y derrick But it was Herman who had Marianna also has abig league missing starting forward AlI- Copeland, and finished with'a the last say in the battle of the game Friday night, as the Bullphonso Brown and reserve big breakaway dunk by Herman Williams, answering with seven dogs face their toughest test of Hr e
man Kyle Commodore, who Williams after an SHS turnover straight points starting with the season against the defendwere serving the first of a two-, to ,go p 42-32 with 2:24 in the a three to make it 57-50, and ing district champion Pensacogame sspension for leayii ,,g tl. then a steal and layup and an- la Catholic Crusadersu
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DWDLE SCHOOL Dnmdominate



ONE STEP CLOSER Tigers

A -dkent@jcfloridan.com
The Cottondale Hornets
BU p bounced back from a. disappointing loss to Graceville last
win afr week with a dominating 67-44
w na- ,home victory over the Blount- '.stown Tigers on Tuesday night.
perfect season With the win, Cottondale imp, .. ectse so v proved-to 3-4 overall went to 2-1
BY 0liTIN KENT in District 2competition.
dli@jcfloridan.com ,The Hornets were coming off
The Marianna Middle School of -a road loss to Graceville in
Bullpups moved one step closer which they gave up an .11-lpoint
to a perfect season Tuesday night, first-half* lead and eventually
kAocking off the Honeysuckle Hor- lost 55-41 to their archrivals,
nets 44-28 to improve to 15-0 on But the return home was just
the season. what the doctor ordered for the
Werlean Pollock scored 11 points Hornets, who outscored the Tito lead the Bullpups, while Jabari I.gers 39-14 over the second and
Kirkland added 10 points, Marke third quarters to blow the game
Sims seven and Maleak Wimes six. open.
The Bullpups took control of the Kadeem Webb had 17 points
g me in the second quarter, out- "to'lead CHS, with Tre Lee adding
scoring the Hornets 12-2 to take a 16 and Tristan Braxton 10.
25-8 lead into the halftime break .Cottondale led by four after
Honeysuckle cut into the margin "the first quarter but dominated
in the third period and got it down the second period 19-7 to'take a
to 12 at 32-20 going into the fourth, 34-18 halftime lead.
but the Hornets could never get The momentum carried into
closer than 12 in the final quarter. the third with the Hornets out"We didn't play our best, but scoring BHS 20-7.to go up by 29
we did what we needed to do," points in the fourth period.
Marianna, coach Tyler Wilson said. "We had some good runs in
"We've got one more game, and the second and third quarters
hopefully we. can finish out our that helped us out," Cottondale
great season." coach Chris Obert said after the
The Bullpups will take on Honey- game. "We were able to hit a few
suckle again today in Dothan at 5 shots, but we were also able to
p.m. in the season finale. move the ball pretty well and do
Wilson said he and his players are a pretty good job of taking care
eager to get back on the court and of the ball against their pressure,
try to complete a perfect season. which was encouraging. Blount"The kids are real excited. It's all -stown is always a team that's gothey're talking about," the coach ing to pressure you and get after
said. "It's very difficult to do. There you and play hard."
are a bunch of good teams in the It's the third win in the last
area. We're not in a conference, so four games for Cottondale after'
our goal is to go undefeated. If we an 0-3 start to the year, and the
do it, we'll put their names on the Hlornets will look to sustain that
wall and give them a banner. positive momentum to finish
"This has been a great year. We've the week with big district games
got great kids who work real hard. I SUBMITTEDPHOTO/LORIENABLE against Vernon tonight on the
can't ask for anything better." Marianna's Werlean Pollock drives down the lane during a game Monday night. road and Sneads on Friday at
home.


MOSLEY BEATS MARIANNA GHS wallops Wewa in road game

Tigers reach 4-0 in many shots in the first half and Mlone won both games in
Seem to make more in the sec- last season's rhatchups by 26
strict competition ond half. We got some great and 25 points and comes into
stct shots in the first half but they tonight's meeting at 8-2 on the
BY DUSTIN' KENT didn't go in. We started making year.
dkent@jcfloridan.com some of those wide open shots "They're an outstanding in the second half. team," Anderson said of MaloThe Graceville Tigers in- "We also changed our (defen- ne. "They can put points on proved to 4-0 in District 2 con- sive) pressure a little bit, which the board in such a hurry and petition with a 66-26 road win they had some problems with, -they're just hard to stop. That's Tuesday night over the WewaL and I think fatigue set in a little one of the things we struggle hitchka Gators. bit for them." with putting points on the
Jalen Lawson scored 15 points Tuesday's win combined with board, so it's a huge challenge for Graceville, with Marquavi- Veron's loss to Altha makes to keep them down at the scorous Johnson adding 14 points, Graceville the only remaining ing level we need to have a and Rashard McKinnie 11, as undefeated team in District 2. chance." every Tigers player scored on The season is still relatively Graceville will follow that the night. young, but Anderson said the matchup with a road game
The Tigers overcame a slug- hot start in league play was still against the top-ranked Chipley gish first-half performance that significant for the Tigers. Tigers on Friday, making it two saw them score just 19 points, "It's huge because the district games in two nights against the though they still led by, seven at is so even, so to get out of the No. 5 and No. 1 teams in Class the break over the still winless gate strong is very important. lA. in district Gators. It gives our kids some confi- "It will be the ultimate chalBut Graceville exploded for dence," he said. "I certainly lenge to stay in either or both 26 points in the third quarter don't expect to run the table, games, but we'll see where we and 21 in the fourth to blow but it's nice to be out in front to are and where we need to get the game open and cruise to an start with." to with this young group," Aneasy win. The Tigers (5-3) will next play derson said. "They say what
"In the second half, we started host to Malone tonight at 7 doesn't break you makes you SUBMITTED PHOTO/BILL BRAXTON hitting a few shots," GHS coach p.m. with hopes of atoning for stronger, so we'll either be real Marianna's Bri Johnson puts up a shot against Mosley on Tuesday night. Matt Anderson said. "That's a pair of lopsided losses in last strong or broken down badly Mosley defeated the Bulldogs 46-37. been our M.O.; we don't make year's series. after Friday night." L






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Malone boys


win big; girls'


streak snapped

BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
7 The Malone Tigers cruised to their eighth victory of
the season Tuesday night in Poplar Springs, beating
the Atomics 64-15 to get back in the win column after
falling to Paxton on Monday night.
T: Antwain Johnson scored 17 points to lead the Tigers,
who are now 8-2 on the season, followed by Chai Baker
with 13 points, Xavier Gray with 10 and Savon Armstead with eight.
Malone jumped out to a 26-4 lead to start the game
and took a 35-point lead into the half*time break.
The Tigers will next hit the road to play
Graceville tonight at 7 p.m.
Despite winning last year's two matchups by 26 and 25 points, Malone coach
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS StevenWelch said he anticipates a tough
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, a Heisman Trophy favorite, was voted player of the year by ACC coaches. game tonight.
"I haven't seen, (Graceville) yet, but I know they're
Wn vd A athletic and well-coached obviously, and it's always ast a challenge playing over there," he said. "It's a good
o county road game. We're excited about it. Hopefully we
don't have any overconfidence (because of last year's
The Associated Press, quarterback by the coaches. for their own players, and first-team wins).
They picked Pittsburgh defensive votes were worth three points, sec- "Obviously we want to go play well and expect good GREENSBORO, N.C. The Atlan- tackle Aaron Donald as the defen- Ond-team selections worth two and things, but we can't rest on anything that 'hashap' tic Coast Conference's coaches have sive player of the year and Virginia third-team picks worth one. pened in the past. We'll try to go play well, take it one selected Florida State quarterback Tech cornerback Kendall Fuller as Winston is one of seven Seminoles play at a time, and hopefully we'll be able to do some Jameis Winston as the league's play- the defensive rookie of the year. on the first team and a league-high good things." er of the year and Duke's David Cut- Winston and No. 1 Florida- State 17 Florida State players on the three cliffe as the coach of the year. beat Duke 45-7 in the league title teams. Clemson and Duke each had tadyAtomics
The ACC announced the results of game and will play No. 2 Auburn in 10 players picked to the teams, while SWaep asom cs sthe coaches' vote Wednesday, one the BCS title game. Miami and Virginia Tech had nine e
week after the voting media selected Winston and Boston College run- apiece. The Poplar Springs Lady Atomics won their second
its award winners. ning back Andre Williams both Winston received 10 votes for play- straight matchup with the Malone Lady Tigers on
Winston, a Heisman Trophy favor- Heisman finalists each received er of the year to four for Williams. Tuesday night at home, winning 47-43 to sweep the ite, also was voted the league's rookie the maximum 39 voting points in Cutcliffe had 11 votes for the coach season series. of the year, the offensive player of all-ACC team voting, of the year award, and Florida StateWs The first matchup took place in Malone on Nov.
the year and the first-team all-ACC Coaches were not allowed to vote Jiihbo Fisher had three. 19 with Poplar winning 34-27, and the Lady Atom_ ics won the rematch by overcoming a 23-14 halftime
f B eVdeficit. Si rt DMalone led by nine at the break after a 16-6 second
High School quarter effort and maintained a 35-33 edge at the end
BOYS Betall of three quarters.
'.' But in the final period, the LadyAtomics took control
Thursday: Malone of their own destiny in the race for the top seed in the
at ..raceville 5:30p m..District 1 tournament.
\and 7 p.m'., ottondale "It was just a tale of two halves," Malone coach Presat eon4 p.m. and 7 ton Roberts said. "They outplayed us for three quarp.m.; ters, and we only outplayed them for one. We played
Frday-. Sneads at really hard in the second quarter, but the third quarter
CotIondale,,5:30 p.m. was horrible and we ran out of gas in the fourth. But
a d 7 p.m.Graceville you have to give Poplar credit. They were ready to play
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Alabama Ole Miss

Rebels' Freeze gets


extension, raise
The Associated Press two seasons after taking
over a program that finOXFORD, Miss. Mis-' ished 2-10 in 2011.
sissippi football coach Ol Miss added one of Hugh Freeze has a new the nation's top recruitcontract that includes ing classes in February.
a one-year extension Several of those players through 2017 and a raise including defensive
to $3 million per season.' lineman Robert NkemThe. school announced diche, receiver Laquon
the termsTuesday. Freeze's Treadwell, offensive tackle
four-year contract is the Laremy Tunsil and safety longest allowed, by Mis- Tony Connor were masissippi state law. His base jor contributors this fall.
salary was $2 million this Ole Miss also is in the
season. midst of a major fundrais* Ole Miss has a 7-5 re- ingproject that includes a cord and accepted an in- $12.5 million renovation
vitation to the Music City for the programs Manning Bowl in Nashville, Tenn., Practice Facility. Future. THEASSOCIATEDPRESS where it will play Georgia plans call for more seatAlabama quarterback AJ McCarron is a finalist for the Heisman Trophy. Tech on Dec. 30.. ing in Vaught-Hemingway
Freeze's new contract. Stadium's north end zone
includes an automatic 'and other renovations.
MicCarron, keeps pledge e vith INYC trip $150,000 raise for each "In just twoshort years,
upcoming season. lso, coach Freeze and his staff The Associated Press Alabama quarterbacks, a yard, last-play return of a man ceremony, Parents the salary pool for the Ole have placed Ole Miss group that includes Joe missed field goal. He'll fin- Dee Dee Bonner and Tony Miss football staff will in- among college football's TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -AJ Namath, Bart Starr. and ish his career in the Sugar McCarron were more crease by $400,000. top rising programs," athMcCarron has helped Ala- Ken Stabler. Bowl against Oklahoma emotional. "We are continuing to letic director Ross Bjork
bama reach several prime McCarron is 36-3 with instead of a return trip to "They, were pretty ec- take steps in our journey, said. I'Their hard work and destinations,. from New two national titles as a 'Pasadena, Calif. static," 'McCarron said. and our staff remains devotion in all :facets of Orleans to Miami and starter and three during McCarron isn't fretting "Mom and Dad were fully committed to the the program have resulted Southern California. his, five years'on campus., over the way the regular both crying. Just happy. ultimate goal of return- in postseason berths, elite
Now the third-ranked He holds Alabama's career season ended. It's a dream come true for ing championships to Ole recruiting success, perCrimson Tide's quarter- marks for passing touch- "I know this state and them. That's the best part 'Miss," Freeze said in a sonal development of our back, known for national downs and yards and total, the South. itself is a little for me, that's the most statement. student-athletes and a retitles andwinning 12 times offense.. crazy about football, but I fulfilling part is watching Freeze has a 14-11 re- newed energy throughout
for every loss, gets to see "I don't think I need to feel like I keep it in a good my little brother and ev- cord with the Rebels over 'Rebel-Nation." NewYork for the first time state my own case,". Mc- perspective. It's a game," erybody live their dreams
-just the way he wanted. Carron said.: "I think if he said. "'When it's over through me. That's what I, ."I'm a huge Yankees fan, you look at my play over and done with, I know like most. I could care less and I said I would never three years, I feel like no what I left out on the field about myself." go to New York unless I quarterback in the: SEC and I feel like I played one He hasn't spent., much was invited for the Heis- or the country has played of my hardest games. We time watching football man or for draft day," Mc- as consistent as I have. I just fell short.. Nothing since the. regular season Carron said. "So one of think the numbers do the you can do. You've got to finale. McCarron' said he those dreams came true., talking. When you look move on and live life and saw much of the first half It's just a cool moment to at my stats against Top 'be happy, because life's of the .Southeastern Conbe a part of." 10-ranked teams, I don't way too short to sit back ference championship
TheONFL draft remains think anybody'9 stats. and think about what you game between Missouri months away, but Mc- compare to mine. I just let should have done and be and Auburn, before headCarronis one of six Heis- my stats and play do the' mad about it." ing to the mall with Webb man. Trophy finalists in- talking and sit by the side. He's at least New York for Christmas shopping. 7
vited to Saturday night's I guess." bound, along with his par- He said the only time
ceremony. 'As a senior, McCar- ents, girlfriend Katherine he has seen Winston, the
-McCarron will be joined ron has thrown for 2,676 Webb, younger brother Heisman front-runner, by fellow quarterbacks Ja- yards with 26 touchdowns and teammate Corey and playwas when Corey Mcmeis Winston of Florida against five interceptions, an uncle and cousin. Carron'sSpanishFortteam State, Johnny Manziel of while completing a ca- Pretty much the usual beat Hueytown in the 2010 Texas A&M and Jordan reer-best 67.6 percent of crew that are there to greet state quarterfinals. Lynch of Northern Illinois. his passes. He won the him after every game, win "I hate watching footAuburn tailback Tre Ma- Johnny Unitas Award as or, less often, lose. McCar- ball, to be honest with son and Boston College the nation's top senior ron said he'd have some- you, unless I'm getting tailback Andre Williams quarterback. day gone to NewYork oth- ready to play, watching .
are also finalists. McCarron and the Tide erwise, but only when he film on somebody," Mc- I'
McCarron is the one fell short of another title could foot his own bill. Carron said. "All it does is L
candidate largely judged shot with a 34-28 loss to McCarron said he just it really ticks you off and THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
by a career that stands as Auburn in the Iron Bowl smiled when he found out makes you want to go get Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze was given a contract extension perhaps the best among on Chris Davis' 109- he was invited to the Heis- better, really." through 2017 and a raise to $3 million per season Tuesday.


SEC


Alabama places 9 players on coaches All-SEC teams

The Associated Press The third-ranked Crim- conference teams.
son Tide, which will play Texas A&M quarterback BIRMINGHAM, Ala. Oklahoma. in the Sugar Johnny Manziel was a
- Alabama placed nine Bowl, placed a league-high first-teamer while fellow players on the coaches All- five players on the first Heisman Trophy finalist AJ Texas A&M quarterback
Southeastern Conference team. Texas A&M had four McCarron of Alabama is a Johnny Manziel answers
teams and LSU had eight. first-teamers while Geor- second-teamer. 'questions dlurinlg a media
The league .released its gia and SEC Champion The league released ,in- availability prior'to the"
AIl-S.EC teams chosen by Auburn each placed three dividual award winners .College Football Awards
league head coaches on on the first team. Wednesday and the SEC show Wednesday in Lake
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AKC reg. boxer puppies. Cedar Creek Apartments 1BR/1BA $500 Im
1 fawn female & 1 brindle HE.A L Appliances, lawn care & pest control included. C & L AILE
female. Born 10-16-13. Must be 62 or older or disabled. Call 850-352- ---___________________Ready 11-30-13. $600. 3878 or email cedarcreek@nchousing.net Jaco 2008 Jay Flight G2 series, travel trailer
Desiree at 334-80.-7352 D L E TRIPLEXES, QUD, 22 ft. Bunk House, lots of storage,TV with.
ASDR Mini Aussies. $450. born 10/18. Merles, surround sound & DVD, microwave, gas or
Tn sandBi sThee pps wll e rady 2/1 -'elec. electric awning/lift, sleeps
Tri's and Bi's. These pups will be ready 12/14 Life Management Center Huge 6BR/4BA Home for rent in Marianna, excellent condition. $9500. Call anytime
just in time for Christmas. See 'at, oawsml GREAT HOME FOR MULTI FAMILIES : 2 kitch- ecletcodto.$50.Cl ntm
facebook.com/huntsminiaussies. 706-761-3024 es 2 dining, 3 l GREnT HM stch- 850-638-9363 or 850-326-0124
Now T lt Deposit W WIbarn,huge fenced pool.Will consider separatSSuMixesand Bachelor's Level Case Managers ing into individual apartments. No Contract.
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........4b xt. 3W7184M' ---4--- Child or Adult Services -Mr ,5054040I*A 1/4 Mile From WalMr 4805404 WHEE DRIVE___________West Highland White Terriers puppies Jackson County, FL
CKC registered. Will Have 1st shots. $200. H...E UNFURNISHED Jeep 2000 Wrangler Sport. Red. four wheel
Call 334-692-3662 or 334-718-0211 drive with air conditioning, roll cage, aluminum
Job details, benefits & application I & 2BR Apartments In Marianna wheels, hard top and soft top. Frame for soft
information is available on-line: 2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own top is installed. 140,000 miles but vehicle is in
www.imccares.org Lot rent included. For details great shape for age and miles. $5,200.
--. ] Pre-employment Drug & Background n 850-5574432 or 850-814-6515 4 334-494-2430.
screening required 2BR 1BA House in quiet neighborhood in Jeep 2008 Wrangler Sahara Unlimited: fully,
EOE/Drug Free Workplace Marianna, very nice, large lot, Ready Jan. 3rd loaded, black, 2 door, 62k miles. KBB $22,000.
GREEN FROZEN Accommodations will be provided to $650 Mo. + Dep. (850) 573-1232 Asking $18,000. Call 334-894-0520
persons with disabilities if requested at least 5 Afford 3/2 H -A
PEAN UTS days in advance 2 ca gara rne and oerd porch Mo.
PEANUS De.Approved crdit and in e amust Avl, 2000 Honda Odyssey Van -3rd row seating mini
~ We also have [ -=I "_l1 0 van, Runs perfect, Asking $4995 Please call
shelled peanuts Austin Tyler & Co 334-693-9360 for more information.
850-352-4423 SUBSTANCE ABUSE Quality Homes & Apartments z20 Hyndai Genesis
85009322 or 80- 94 COUNSELOR & 850- 526-3355 or stintlerco.com Coupe Grand Touring
W 6"PLr peltyManagement Is Our ONLY Business" V-6. 28,880 miles. Interior
4128 HWY 231 We are looking for a counselor who wants to, Convenience! (W. Dothan & exterior in excellent conmake a difference in the lives of our clients. &AM Just off Main/Westgate! dition. Saddle brown leather power & heated
Counselor duties include providing substance 3/2, 1600 SF, large fenced seats, automatic transmission, Infinity sound
Satsu SAM, abuse treatment including psychosocial yard. $900. 334-596-0461 system with touch-screen navigation system,
$10.00 per bag or $20.00 per box evaluation, treatment planning, individual, keyless start, power moon roof, carpeted floor
Bar- Ranch Hwy 73 south ahd Laramore Rd. and group counseling. CARE is one of M I FO R RENT mats, and ice cold air conditioning. 18" alloy
Marianna, FL or Ca1 850-209-5506 Florida's leading substance abuse agencies, wheels, rear parking sensors, window tint.
and we have been providing services to our 2/1 MH in Alford $380. mo. $380. dep. $21,000. Contact Craig 334-798-1407. community for over 35 years and we have an 850-579-8882/850-209-1664/850-573-1851 Cadillac 2003 Deville financing available
opening at our Jackson County office. silver in color, like new condition, low mils.
I IT Potential counselors must have strong 2& 3 bedroom mobile Homes 'In Cottondale. 334-585-3236. $5500.
counseling skills, and the ability to $500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer Included. communicate and document substance http:// www.charloscountrylivng.com. Chrysler 2004 PT Cruiser
abuse treatment modalities. 850-209-847 i GT Turbo, leather, sunBachelors Degree required, Masters Degree1- roof, loaded, clean,
preferred. Salary range $26,893 $34.406 2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. $5595. 334-790-7959.
D.O.E. + FULL BENEFITS PACKAGE NO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month
(including 15 days vacation, 15 day sick Please call 850-258-1594 or
leave, 10 paid holidays, health & dental 850-638-8570 Leave Message Corvette 2001 silver with black interior, new
insurance, retirement program with tires, Z06 brakes, low miles, many extras,
401Koptionandre n pmore). BMobileHomes great condition. $14,500. 0B0 334-585-5396.
Send resume and cover letter to CARE, Attn: in Marianna & Sneads 850 209-8595 I GOT BAD CREDIT?
Delbert Horton, 4000 E. 3rd St, Panama City, --- 0 Down/Ist Payment,
Fla. 32404 EEO/DFWP/Drug Screening. Tax, Tag &Title Pass
Repo pass bankruptcy
HOME GROWN, FRESH SLOW CREDIT OK
H m gr w To aosAsk About $1000. off at time of purchase.
$10. per box&Speciaist HOMESFORI CallStevePope 334-803-9550
AF F [ LA iTE D Honda,2009 Accord, 4 door, Super Sharp! Like
Oter Freshables! ....gemntSyte new, $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis
AnFm rsh, I^UCTIONS. 334-714-0028.
II 'n oMazda 2004 Tribute: Red,
220 W. Hwy 52 Malvern P automatic, 3.0V6, Leather,
-,,Dn-m93-6690 7 Open House Friday Dec. 13th power seats, remote locks.
S.00 pm-4:00 pm and 7 Looks, drives and runs
good. $3,750. 334-671-3059
*:-;v 1 % h-lwe will Sunday, Dei 15th at 11 0 am Mercury 2003 Gran4 Marquis G/S 60K miles,
sttwe will be auctioning the Real loaded, light blue in color, exc cond. like new Estate, and estate contents at Michelin tires. $6250. OBO 334-618-7682
3805 Longford Drive Tallahassee, Fl Call before 9pm
BULK W HE TSubaru Pressure Washer, great mid-Century
Furniture, Ladro, Swarovskl, Fenton, Blenko, Nissan 2009 Altima. Good family car, great gas
for Sale I L Coins, Gold, Silver Bars and Bullion, VW mileage, fully loaded, pwr windows, cruise, AT,
Cabrio, Jewelry, Tools, and Equipment, WWII AM-FM, CD. $250 down, $250 per month. Call $9.00 per bussell bring-back items: Luftshutz flag, partial P38, Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243.
1* 229-246-1340 40 and many more Items. Vlsit our website. Nissan Altima 2013, low miles, Must Sell!! $200
.4k, www.affillatedaudions.com down, $279 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714Lic#AB2286 & AU3103 0028.
MADDOX FARMS Stephen Pike 850-445-3212 Pontiac 1999 Bonneville: cold AC, warm heat,
Beautiful Bermuda Coastal Hay and Mark Whltworth 850-284-4305 dependable, nice car, 151k miles, $2,995.
Round Rolls $50 no Square $5 Call 334-792-8018
Cal 334-791-0023 -'L]SSIF D Rr[G Suzuld 2006 Forenza: White, 4-doorsedan.
1/1 near Blue Springs $525/month;UVE TI 114,000 miles. New AC. Almost new tires. No
1/1 apt. near Your forng $""' an wrecks Body in good condition, only a couple,
RoP afaP en H $400/deposft Call Joanne 850-693-0570. Your source for selling and buying! wrecks. $320 Qboo 334-790-0379
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www.JCFLORIDAN.com CLASSIFIEDS Jackson County Floridan Thursday, December 12, 2013-7 B

PUBLICATION NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEPOSITORS OF
On ctbe 3, 01 (te Clsig at") th FordaOfic o FianiaARguatoncloedTAhrslrO00 The Bank of Jackson County Graceville, FL i )
The Bank of Jackson County, 5381 Cliff Street of Graceville, Florida 32440 (the "Failed Institutio- AUO FO SAonLEouty orig
n") and appointed the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as Receiver (the "Receiver") to tlCherry red wgray interior.
handle all matters relating to the Failed Institution. Toyota 2011 Caniry SE, Prices Are Out of Sight Automatic, power doors,
TO THE CREDITORS OF THE FAILED INSTITUTION Roof, wheels, pwr seat, pwr windows, AT, windows & locks, clean, very dependabl Cold
All creditors having claims against the Failed Institution must submit their claims in writing, AM/FM/CD, Great gas mileage. $300 down, AC. Smoke free. 137K. Great family car! $3,750
together with proof of the claims, to the Receiver on or before February 5, 2014 (the "Claims $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791- Call 334-803-0724
Bar Date"). Claims may be submitted via the Internet on the FDIC web site, by fax, or by mail to 8243. *
the following address: FDIC as Receiver of The Bank of Jackson County8800 Baymeadows Way Toyota 2012 Rav4 only 5000, miles, red with WANTED__________AUTOS ____West, Jacksonville, FL 32256, Attention: Claims Agent gray int. blue tooth ready, Lg. cargo. exc. dond.
You can obtain an official Proof of Claim form and instructions at www.fdic.gov or by calling $2,0 5-5-84IST PEACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF
(904) 256-3925. $2, 0805780.YOUR TOWING NEEDS!
Under federal law, failure to file a claim on or before the Claims Bar Date will result in disallow- Volkswagon 2000 Jetta runs good, looks good, .0R A" L
ance of the claim by the Receiver. The disallowance will be final. 12 U.S.C. Section automatic, 166K miles, green in color, power W F4 ~ n
1821(d)(5)(C). window and doors locks, good tires
NOTE TO CLASS CLAIMANTS: By law, the Receiver will not accept a claim filed on behalf of a $1500. OBO 205-73-1526 AUTO BODY & RECYCLING
proposed class of individuals or entities or a class of individuals or entities certified by a court. --PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR JUNK CARS
EACH individual or entity must file a separate claim with the Receiver. MOTRCYLE Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624
TTHE DEPOSITORS OF THE FAILED INSTITUTION
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (the "FDIC"), which insures your deposits in its cor- 1981 BMW Motorcycle R10ORS 1000cc Redr iniifnn
porate capacity, arranged for the transfer of all deposits ("Deposits") including the uninsured Smoke. Perfect condition, Many extras. $499. Got a Clunker
amounts at the Failed Institution to another insured depository institution, First Federal Bank Call 334-470-1972 or 470-1971. We'll be your Junker!d
of Florida, 4705 West US Highway 90 Lake City, Florida 32055 (the "New Institution"). This ar- 2005 Honda Gold Wing 1800 Trike 2400 miles, :We buy wrecked cars:
rangendent should minimize any inconvenience from the closing of the Failed Institution. You Slesoro laE tesqlr u- :adFr qi.a
may leave your Deposits in the New Institution, but you must take action to claim ownership of gagvera, fwro ls.$1,50 334-673-9990. -, fai and honmEstipprice!
your Deposits.Igaercfglgt.$95033-7-90faradhnspie!k
Federal law, 12 U.S.C. Section 1822(e), requires you to claim ownership of ("claim"') your 2008-High Booster 1300 GSX Motorcycle Navy M. $&Q &t Complete Cars
Deposits at the New Institution by taking any of the following actions within 18 months from Blue w/pipes baffled out and jet pipes. Nice, NCALL 334-714-6285j
the Closing Date. If you have more than one account, your action in claiming your Deposit in, Only 7745 Miles. $7000. 850-573-4630.L.... ........'..
one account will automatically claim your Deposits in all of your accounts. y2009 Yamaha Raider ON LY r ---- ---1. Make a deposit to or withdrawal from your account(s). This includes writing a check on any : 1e 960 Miesr90cc(3i
account, having an automated direct deposit credited to or an automated withdrawal debited 1,6 Mie.10- 13l dVhce
from any account or closing the account; ...motor. Black. Garage kept. Runn o-o
2. Execute a new signature card on your account(s), enter into a new deposit agreement with Not a single scratch or dent.,
th e ntttochange the ownership on your account(s), or renegotiate the terms of your Never seen rain. 5" Forward
certificate of deposit account(s) (if any); Controls'. Hard Krome Strip3. Provide the New Institution with a completed ch ange of address form; or .pers Exhaust. $9,000 OBO.
'4 Writeto the New Institution and notify it that you wish to keep your account(s) active with Spare front tire, and factory foot controls if W ILBYY U A
the-New Institution. Please be sure to include the name of the account(s), the account needed. Building home, so it HAS TO GO.OURG T.
number(s), the signature of an authorized signer on the account(s) and a name and address.. 256-335-1354 Call with your name and leave
Please be advised that Official Items issued by the Failed Institution, e.g., cashier's checks, message. R rls fyamkmdl ehv
dividend checks, interest checks, expense checks, and money orders are all considered to bemilosfdlaronhdtopyougd
Deposits and must be claimed within 18 months from the Closing Date. SPR TLT0oe oryu uetvhce
If you do not claim ownership of your Deposits at the New Institution within 18 months from W r nTeCatBtWrhTeDi
the Closing Date, federal law requires the New Institution to return your Deposits to the FDIC, Ford 1987 Bronco 4x4&reual,&wcngieyuafrpie
which may be required to deliver them as unclaimed property to the State indicated in your RUNS 9REAT" Good tires.apisln15mut.
address on the Failed Institution's records. 12 U.S.C. Section 1822(e). If your address is outside New Sears battery rearfr ~pit 4 elr 774777
of the United States, the FDIC may be required to deliver the Deposits to the State in which the "window motor, fuel gauge.
Failed Institution had its main office. If the State accepts custody of your Deposits, you will Brakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k
have 10 years from the date of delivery to claim your Deposits from the State. After 10 years, miles on major tune-up (including distributor, you will be permanently barred from claiming your Deposits. plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used a
If the State does not take custody of your Deposits after the 18-month period, you may claim my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking _____________________your Deposits from the FDIC until the receivership of the Failed Institution is terminated. LEGAL033NOTI-CES
A receivership may be terminated at any time. Once the receivership terminates, you will not F102 INTECRUTOR,
be able to claim your Deposits. 14 - L 4 1 602 NTECRUTCUT
If you have a loan with the Failed Institution, and you Would like to discuss offsetting yourFORENHJDCACIUT
insured and/or uninsured deposit(s) against the loan, you must contact the'FDIC immediately. .Ford 1973 F-100 Explorer, IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
In the event you disagree with the FDIC's determination of your insurance coverage as. repre- pick-up restored, like CITY OF MARIANNA,sented by the account(s) made available at the New Institution, you may seek a review of the ew condtion 5. V- a Florida municipal corporation,
FDIC's determination in the United States District Court for the federal judicialdistrict where automatic, LWB, $4000.
the principal place of business of the Failed Institution was located. You must file your request 334-790-7959. vs. CaeNo. 13-715 CA
for this review no later than 60 days' after the date on which your deposit(s) became available BESSIE W. HIGHTOWER, A/K/A BESSIE'
to you at the New Institution. Filing a request for review will not prevent you from using the IOord F-250 Super Duty crew cab 2001 4-wheel WILKERSONHIGHTOWER, IF ALIVE, AND, IF
* fuhds in your new account. drive, 5.4. gas engine, 12 1K miles, tool box DEAD, HER UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
THE BANK OF JACKSON COUNTY, GRACEVILLE, FL .& chrome brush gaurd. $10,500 Super Clean DEVISEES, GRANTEES, CREDITORS, AND ALL
334-791-1069. OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST HER; AND ALL UNKNOWN
NATURAL PERSONS, IF ALIVE, AND IF DEAD OR
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, THEIR
SEVERAL AND RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN SPOUSe, ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AND
r CREDITORS, OR OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY,

RAL PERSONS; AND THE SEVERAL AND RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN ASSIGNS, SUCCESSORS IN
INTEREST, TRUSTEES, OR ANY OTHER. PERSON
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, OR UNDER OR
a AGAINST ANY CORPORATION OR OTHER LEGAL
S S 0 'ENTITY NAMED AS A DEFENDANT; AND ALL CLAIMANTS, PERSONS OR PARTIES, NATURAL
OR CORPORATE, OR WHOSE EXACT LEGAL
STATUS IS UNKNOWN, CLAIMING UNDER ANY
OF THE ABOVE NAMED OR DESCRIBED
DEFENDANTS OR PARTIES OR
CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR
a INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY OWNED BY HER
4 1 Defendants.
1A AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: BESSIE W. HIGHTOWER, a/k/a BESSIE
WILKERSON HIGHTOWER, and all others having
an interest in the subject property:

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Complaint seeking to
foreclose an. Assessment Lien with respect to
the following described property, to-wit:

V N'.Begin 108 1/3 feet W of NE corner of Lot 152, go
W 108 1/3 feet, S 90 feet, E 108 1/3 feet, N 90
feet, bein Ig the center 1/3 of N Y2 of Lot 152,
Plan of Marianna.
{Parcel Identification No. 03-4N-10-0346-000015231

Street Address of Property:
4493 Jackson.Street
Marianna, Florida 32448

has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written defenses to it, if any, on.Plaintiffs Attorne!y,
Frank E. Bondurant, whose address is Post Office Box 1508, Marianna, Florida 32447, on or
before 30 days from the first date of publica~ ;W defenses with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,

Jackson County Courthouse, 445 Lafayette






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QUESTIONS & ATTITUDE
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"and maybe afew actual answers







SPEED FREAKS 4 7
A couple questions we
had to ask ourselves

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Too bad, but this trophy,
doesn't come with ett y tesliS UWA
confetti and poits When he starts getting the -slin~gs
points. and arrows that all broadcasters
Earnhardt Jr.'s "Most get, he'll need this uniform
Popular Driver" streak again.
is now at 11 years. How
long will it last? OK, when do we start hating
GODSPEAK: It depends on Jeff Burton?
Danica Patrick. If she can Best guess: Sometime around
get more competitive, win Labor Day in 2015 By then NBC
a race and continue the will be well into its large portion
charm offensive, Junior's.- of NASCAR coverage in its first
streak would be in jeop- season back as a network broadcast
ardy. partner. One of NBC's first on-air
SKEN'S CALL:Maybe until personnel moves was the hiring of
there's a Dale Earnhardt 111. Burton as a color commentator. The
Somewhere, Frank Sinatra longtime racer plans to run a limited
Jr. is wondering why he schedule next year, then slip into-his
never sold more records. fire-retardant sportcoat and grab~a
microphone full time. in 2015.
How do :you think Jeff.;.:'. ,-...:
Burton will do in the
broadcast booth? Why is it inevitable that he'il get
GODSPEAK: Burton will on our nerves?
bring fresh perspective to Because they ALL do eventuthe broadcast booth, and, ally. Well,OK, not all of us will find
NBC has ayear to coach something to hate about Burton, but
him up, so all that is in his S Ge ImagesnTODDWARSW e -ough viewers Will stat .iomplainfavor. ing, you'll think the guy wentpubicKEN'S CALL: Frankly, This was the scene much of the day at Fontana, where Kyle Busch put everyone in his rearview with his dislike of grits and iard
when I saw the headline, mirror. At the end, though, that No. 22 car got in front ... briefly. Petty. Chances are, Burton hasn't
"NBC hires Burton," I was Editor's note: We're count- really thought this through, but it's
praying it was Ward. Aside ing down the topfive races of true: The quickest Way to irritate
from possibly needing the 2013 Sprint Cup season. a nsiechutk of sports-vieWing
closed-captioning, that Today iNo. 3, theMarch24 Americans is to take a microphone
would've been much more To Cu 400 at to chub and start talking about what every
entertaining. Auto Club 400 at Auto Club one is watching.
Speedway.
"other" award from the Fontana, Calif., does not have,
annual Banquet Week? a reputation for producing We're guessing the network-si e
GODSPEAK: It's always dramatic Sprint Cup races. treasury will supply just enugt
been the "MAHLE Clevite Historically, one stock car is salve on payday to make it north
Engine Builder of the Year superior and runs away from his while. Of course, the majority of
Award." Who has Clevite the field. viewers will probably be perfectly
this year? Scott Fox from But the 2-mile oval broke fine with Burton, but those folks
the No. 48 Hendrick Motor- out of its yawn mode thanks don't make much noise.
sports Chevy. in part to an early season feud
KEN'S CALL: The "MOOG between drivers Joey Logano How did Kasey Kahne make the
Steering & Suspension and Denny Hamlin. popularity quineuia?
Problem Solver of the Year Hamlin earned pole honors, V
Award." It went to Matt but was quickly overtaken on erygohquesi. J o
Borland, by the way. the first lap by Matt Kenseth, Papnha inning the annal Mo
his temmatePopular Driver" award is hardly at JoeaGibbs surprising, since he's now donxit11"
KEY DATES Racing. AP/REED SAXON straight years. But according "to vote
a -10 Datn swvrr Busch's No. 18 went back to the front while Denny Hamlin's counters, Kahne finished scond.'
...... .. 9-0 Datn PrsaooeeWe realize h ae th e 8-o25
Thunder testing (Sprint Cup) it was soon season met avery big roadblock. Also wrecked was whatever he carre:t,. ,,o,
FONANAfemale demogrpi bladlide
hJan. 11-12: Daytona, Preseason apparent that remained of the Hamlin-Logano relationship. female.demographic by landi
. ... .~~m rg ns b ut. . ... : it's h arfd to im a gin
Thunder testing (Nationwide) MARCH 24 the stock car Ierig, ito
Jan. 13-14: Daytona Preseason to beat was Emotions were high since ing, Im not sure," Busch said. them voting in such numbers to
Thuner estng truk sries thpthrdKibbh-e scnoly to Jpinior. Thunder testing (truck series) the third Gibbs Racing entry, thbse two drivers had been. "Man, feels so good to nlly put Kahne second only to ni
Jan.29: ASCR Hal o finlly Nothing personal against Kasey;he's
Fame. 2014 inAduction, wheeled by Kyle Busch, Who ,biCkering andcomplaining win. We weren't going to win if one of the most inoffensive top-flight
Charlotte, N.C. was in and out of the lead from about each other for weeks. it wasn't for those two battling. racers to come along in many years.
Feb. 15: The Sprint Unlimited the opening to closing laps. I Their dispute came to a head If they would have been single "But the popularity'Fmust stem from
Feb. 16: Daytona 500 As the laps wound down, on the final lap. The two driv- file'and just racing, it would his boyish looks, because he's no
qualifying Busch was in control. He led 48 ers made contact while batfling hare went down in order' ball o' fire. Frankly, he makes Matt
Feb. 18:,UNOH Battle At The consecutive laps before Clint:: for the lead, sending Hamlin's The hit was so violent that Kenseth looklike.Shecky Greene.,
Beach (K&N Pro East Whelen Bowyer spun his No.15 Toyota car hard into an inside retain- Hamlin fractured his Li verte- .::: ." ..:i:::, Feb. 20: Bdfidsludweiser Duel on Lap 186 of the 2.00-lap1 race. -ing wall. The crash opened the bra and spent the night in theh,,, h? '.:' '
Feb. 21: N1extEra Energ' With the field tightened UP door to a Busch victory. hospital. He missed four races Shkywo
Resources 250 after the Lap 190 restart, Busch ,I put my foot to it and drove and had a miserable season, Oops, forgdt. Shecky probably./
Feb. 22: DRIVE4COPD 300 was overtaken by Logano, driv- around the outside of them including eight DNFs, until didn't wor, the Wamer Rotins night'Feb. 23: Daytona 5090 ing the No. 22 Pen~ske Racing before they started crashing winning the season finale at club scene much. S!i0uld'vegone Ford, and Hamnlin. or maybe as they were crash- Homestead in November. with Jerry Clower instead.. .. -.
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2013 Sprint Cup results
Feb. 24 -Daytona 500 (Johnson) -<. A-IMarch 3 -Subway Fresh Fit 500 (Edwards) *.'March 10 Kobalt Tools 400 (Kenseth)
March 17 Food City 500 (Kahne)
March 24 Auto club 400 (Ky. Busch)
April 7 STP Gas' Booster 500
(Johnson) "
April 13 NRA 500 ('Ky. Busch)
April 21 STP 400 (Kenseth)
(Harvick) ,
May 5 Aaron's 499 (Ragan)
May 11 Bolangles' southern 500
(Kenseth)
May 26 Coca-Cola 600 (Hlarvick)
June 2 Dover 400 (Stewart)
June 9 Pocono 400 (Johnson) I *
June 16 Quicken Loans 400 (Biffie)
June 23 Toyota/Save Mart 350
('f'uex Jr.)
June 30 Quaker state 400 (Kenseth)
July 6 Coke Zero 400 (Johnson).
July 14 Camping World RV Sales
301 (Vickers)
July 28 Your Hero's Name Here 400
(Newman) ,
Aug. 4 Goeowling.com 400 (Kahne) Aug. 11 cheez-lt 355 (Ky. Busch) Aug. 18 -Pure Michigan 400 (Logano)
Aug. 24 Irwin Tools Night Race
(Kenseth)
Sept 1 AdvoCare 500 (Ky. Busch) Sept. 7 Federated Auto Parts 400
(Edwards) .
Sept. 15 GEICO 400 (Keriseth)
Sept. 22 Sylvania 300 (Kenseth)
Sept. 29 AMA 400 (Johnlson)
(Harvick)
,Oct. 12 Bank of America 500 ... .
(Keselowski) n ,( S )5 6 3 1
'IC. 20 .- Camping World RV Sales
Oc.7~GoysHaah eif2961 Penn, Ave., Marianna FL ( 5 )5 6 3 1
Shot 500 (Gordon)
Nov. 3 AAA Texas 500 (Johnson) ,.u . ,U '=. L_ We,'U-"
NOV. 10 Advocare 500 (Harvick)
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